Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes December 20, 1989

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CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 20, 1989
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Ormond
Councilmember Marshall
Vice Mayor Morrow
Mayor
Law Director
Manger
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Malcuit Ormond moved to excuse absentee members Rader, Moti6n caanrdrieHdu.ghes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Marshall.
Mayor Eisenberg announced that he surmised most of the citizens present this evening are wondering if any action will be taken tonight with regard to Council determining their feelings on density. Mr. Eisenberg stated that no action will be taken until the Master Plan has been presented to Village Council for ainpppurot val. He said however, Council will be happy to listen to regarding this issue under Citizens' Comments.
PUBLIC HEARING
Ordinance No. 408- 9 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 218-8 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses. PublicNo one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. held fohreoalrdingbucslionseesds.at 7: 34 p.m..Action on this ordinance was
Ordinance No. 418- 9 -An Ordinance To Make Appropriations For GCurarrnevnitlleE,xpenses And Other Expenditures Of The Village Of State Of Ohio, During The Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1989.
PublicNo one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. hearing closed at 7: 36 p.m..Action on this ordinance was held for old business.
MINUTES
December 6, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting - moved that the minutes be approved as presented. by Councilmember Marshall. Motion carried.
Vice Mayor Morrow
Motion seconded
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Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
December 20, 1989
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CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
B. E. Mason
Brenda Mix
John Crecca
Betty Grudin
JoAnn Morey
Jurgen Pape
L. E. Larson
Dan Freytag
Marilyn Jung
Marc Shulman
Jean Barnes
Bill Wright
Chuck Coghlan, C. F. Bird &R.J. Bull, Inc.
Kathy Larson
Dawn West, Advocate
Alice Niedner
Jack Feid
Jim &Becky Sarasy
Ruth Ann Wright
First to speak was Harrison Smith, Attorney representing William Wright. Mr. Harrison, stated that he had attended several
meetings of the Comprehensive Planning Committee, meetings and several of large land owners of both Village and Township
property. Mr. Harrison spoke mostly to the issue of the planners' proposed maximum density levels for the PUD in the Village and currently undeveloped land in the Township. He stated that what
was recommended for the Village was totally foreign to what' s existing in the Village presently. He also felt that large land owners should have a say in the process.
Others who spoke to the issue were: Dan Freytag, Alice Niedner, John Crecca, Jack Lucks, Earl Shurtz, Brenda Mix, Jurgen Pape, Tim Dennison, Lee Larson, Jack Feid, and Kathy Larson. This Discussion on the proposed maximum densities for the Village closed.
Ben Mason commented on how well the Service Department crews cleared the snow from the downtown area and expressed the wish that the merchants had cleaned their sidewalks as well.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for November 1989 was presented and reviewed. Following review the Mayor asked the Clerk to file the report. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for November 1989 was presented. Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with those members present. Following review, Vice Mayor Morrow moved that the Manager' s Report be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Marshall. Mofottihoensecamrriineudte. sA. copy of that report is hereby ,attached as part
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
December 20, 1989
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COMMITTEE REPORTS
Planning Commission -Councilmember Marshall reported that the
Commission received a revised application from Bernard Williams
to install a five (5) foot dense wood lattice fence between his
parking lot area and the property which houses Dr. Wagner' s
Veterinary Clinic on South Main Street. The Commission has
directed a question to the Village Law Director as to how far the
fence will need to be from the sidewalk. Action on this
application was held until the next scheduled meeting.
Mr. Marshall also stated that the Planning Commission would
like a joint worksession with Village Council January 17, 1990,
at 6: 30 p.m.,prior to Councils regularly scheduled meeting.
Ann Munro, Village Law Director, asked if a replacement for
Bob Erhard had been picked.
Response to Ms. Munro was that the School Board was still
soliciting for a person to fill that position.
Members also discussed with Ms. Munro clarification on
voting rights of Councils representative to the Planning
Commission. Ms. Munro pointed out that the Ex-Officio attached to
the representative for Council doesn' t mean that they wouldn' t be
entitled to vote, the question that presents a problem would it
be appropriate for Councils representative to vote on the
Planning Commission level as well as at the Council level on the
same issue. Following much discussion, consensus of Council was
that Councils' representative on the Planning Commission would
not vote at the Planning Commission level. However, it would be
up to the representative on which level he/ she decided to vote
on.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 40-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses", was moved
for adoption by Councilmember Ormond. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Marshall
Vice Mayor Morrow moved to amend Ordinance No. 40-89 as
follows: Section II, Account No. Al-7-A-212 change the add amount
to $496. 00. Motion seconded by Councilmember Ormond. Roll call
vote: Morrow- yes, Ormond- yes, Marshall-yes, Eisenberg- yes, Raderabsent,
Malcuit-absent, Hughes- absent. Four yes votes, three
members absent. Motion carried. Amendment to Ordinance No. 40-89
duly passed.
Roll call vote on the motion for passage as amended: Ormondyes,
Marshall-yes, Morrow- yes, Eisenberg- yes, Rader- absent,
Malcuit-absent, Hughes- absent. Four yes votes, three members
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December 20, 1989
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absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 4-89 as amended duly
adopted.
Ordinance No. 41-89, "An Ordinance To Make Appropriations For
Current Expenses And Other Expenditures Of The Village Of
Granville, State Of Ohio, During The Fiscal Year Ending December
31, 1989",was moved for adoption by Councilmember Marshall.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Ormond.
Vice Mayor Morrow moved to amend Ordinance No. 41-89 as
follows: Section II, PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES add
Account Al-5-D Basic Utility Services/ 250 Capital Outlay
42, 000. 00, increasing TOTAL PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES
to $63, 710; PROGRAM VII -GENERAL GOVERNMENT -ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICES Account Al-7-A increase 211 SalariesW/ages to $108, 150,
and 212 Employee Benefits to $51, 189, increasing the TOTAL
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES to $178, 810, the TOTAL PROGRAM VII -
GENERAL GOVERNMENT to $383, 263, making the GRAND TOTAL GENERAL
FUND APPROPRIATIONS $1, 306, 138. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Ormond. Roll call vote: Morrowy-es, Ormondy-es, Marshally-es, Eisenberg- yes, Rader- absent, Malcuit-absent, Hughes-absent. Four
yes votes, three members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No.
41-89 duly amended.
Roll call vote on passage of Ordinance No. 41-89 as amended:
Marshall-yes, Ormond- yes, Morrow- yes, Eisenberg- yes, Raderabsent,
Malcuit-absent, Hughes- absent. Four yes votes, three
members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 41-89 as amended
duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Granville East Water Proposal/Chuck Coqhlan -Chuck Coghlan of
C. F.Bird &R.J.Bull, Inc.,introduced himself to the new members of Council. He then gave an update of the East Granville Water
Study his company is currently doing for the Village.
Ordinance No. 428- 9, A"n Ordinance To Establish The Manager' s Salary For 1990"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Morrow.
A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for January 3, 1990, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 895- 3, "To Award The Bid For The Purchase Of Water And Sewage Treatment Chemicals"w,as introduced, read in its entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember Marshall. Motion seconded by Councilmember Ormond. Motion carried. Resolution No. 1 895-3 duly passed.
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Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
December 20, 1989
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Fuller' s Market\ Dl Liquor notice License Request -The Village received from the Ohio Department of Liquor Control that Powell & Powell Enterprises A Partnership DBA Fullers Market, 128 East Broadway, are seeking a Dl Liquor License to permit them to serve beer on the premises. Members of Council discussed this request and general consensus was that they objected for the following reasons: location, health s&a.fety, and design of building. Councilmember Ormond moved that the Clerk respond to the Ohio Department of Liquor Control that the Village requests a hearing to be held in the county seat of the county in which the permit premises is to be located. Motion seconded by Councilmember Marshall. Motion carried.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Village Council Meeting 1/3/90, 7: 30 p.m..
Planning Commission, 1/10/90, 7: 30 p.m..
V6:il3l0age CouncilP/ lanning Commission Joint Worksession -1/179/0, p.m..
Village Council &Village Manager Facilities -12/ 09/0 Saturday),9: 00 a. m. Village Hall.
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Marshall moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilmember Ormond. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 10 p.m..
Clerk of Council
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CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED (CON' T)
PARKING TICKETS PROCESSED
VIO #1-PAIKING ON SIDEWALK/CURB LAWN:
VIO #2-BLOCKING PUBLIC/PRIVAIE DRIVE:
VIO #3-PARKED W/ll 20FT OF INTERSECT:
VIO #1-PARKED ON A CROSSWALK:
VIO 145- PARKED IN A NO PARKING ZONE:
VIO 6-PARKED 100 FAR FROM CURB:
VIO Ul-PARKED IN SAHE SPOT >72 HRS:
VIO #8-OVER+1HE PARKING:
VIO #7-PARKED FACING WRONG DIRECr ION:
VIU #10-PARKED OUTSIDE OF HARKED ZONE
VIO 011-IN HANDICAP ZONE W/0 FLACARD:
VIO #12-DOUBLE PARKEDn
VIO #13-PARKED UPON BRIDGE/OVERPASS:
VIO U 14-PARKED IN ROADWAY -HAZARD:
VIO #15-PARKED W/IN 10FT OF FIRE HYD:
SUHHONS ISSUED FOR FAILURE TO PAY:
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FIREWORKS VIOLATIONS:
ALL UIHER VIOLATIONS:
Failed to Appear
Contrlbuting to Delinquency-
Consumption of Alcohol
Unwanted Solicitor
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3
3
1
1
3
9
1
2
2
2
13
4
8
10
3
1
4
26
4
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18
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MANAGER' S. REPORT
WATER DEPARTMENT
Nov. 1989
Total Produced (MC) 22. 240
Daily Average (MGD) 741
New Meter Install. 2
Cust. Svce. Requests 68
Meters Repaired 0
Meters Replaced 2
Final Readings 15
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
11. 918
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
397
Oct· 1989
25.320
11. 812
10.0
817
7
55
0
381
November 1988
25. 108
837
1
10
8
3
9. 772
126
14. 2
Flushed hydrants/ exercised all valving Uncovered in system. two buried water valves in Denison University area. OCTC overall pumpage is down approximately 28%for the year. Although OCTC pumped the same amount of water in November 1988 and November 1989 -The WTP produced nearly 3 million gallons less in comparison to the Nloosvsem. ber 1988 and November 1989. This is a small but clear gain on the water
Note:
MG) -
MGD) -
DT) -
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
5
6 11
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS)
Inlets cleaned
Inside)
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads)
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment)
Call Out
ZQNING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
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7
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MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
November 1989 October 1989 November 1988
AmnunLManhauna Amnunl.Manhu¤rn AmnunLManhaurn
61
10
45
2. 5
150
60
1
1
212
13
35
80
88
667
52
30
56
34
14
4
24
30
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
115
45
57
7
1
398
28
120
72
400
52
136 Hrs.
97 Hrs.
54 Hrs.
158
39
21
16
16
14
1
5
75
30
2
72. 5
2000
3
113
3
8
24
8
575
51
10
12
16
4
5
5
3
15
50
8
8
1 4 2
0 1 3
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 1
8
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OTHER PROJECTS NOVEMBER 1989
1) Organized items in Service Dept. Yard
2) Cut up limbs and removed tree from wind storm
3) Assisted in building salt storage building
4) Worked in Shop getting snow equipment ready
5) Pushed back dumping area
6) Applied brine water on berms in Chapin Place
7) Removed tree on Granger Street
8) Began working on standing water near the bike path_
20 Hrs.
44 Hrs.
50 Hrs.
16 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
56 Hrs.
6 Hrs.
Rk1 - Kix b-s .
November 1989
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PATROL ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Hotorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Recot-d Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot
Other Dept.
Fire Dept.
Patrols:
Assists:
Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Non-Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses Invstgtd:
Follow-up Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Fel oriy 3(1,a,-g-es m
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Del i vered Mail:
Summons/Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
MONTHLY REPORT***
November 1989 October 1989 November 1988
Quantity Time Quantity Time Quantity Time
4785
30
86
29
69
40
34
4
667
198
55
67
AL
670
1
6799
82
9
45
64
61
115
1
63
8
115
593
11
202
43
113
13
19
1
408
1. 28
14. 10
3.45
14.80
16. 81
2. 28
53
2. 48
50
1. 11
15.21
12. 10
5.50
29. 70
1. 40
436. 88
558. 13
6. 45
3.30
40. 20
14.95
118.33
3.08
2. 23
66
1. 56
190. 76
39. 58
2
16. 96
7.01
254.08
08
5.05
1. 08
28. 58
376.75
6261
77
98
53
132
49
rc
8
780
253
56
148
r -r
17
560
9
8569
95
20
58
71
40
168
0
95
1
178
732
14
234
43
95
26
36
1
1
453
3.43
15.60
5.75
37. 97
15.31
2.78
2. 78
2.08
51
66
37.71
11. 61
4.31
31. 96
1. 90
608.21
782.57
6.95
1. 90
53.95
18. 16
63.48
1 7 9
D u 0.. .-·
5. 80
50
50
154.57
47.08
4.95
21„ 15
7.76
12.61
282.15
0
10.21
1. 31
30. 09
417.31
4120
40
85
77
50
37
72
504
181
72
156
28
26
654
1
6106
63
9
34
43
53
76
59
12
157
509
11
0
204
21
6B
11
11
1
0
330
1. 53
13.25
4..40
12. 67
10.28
2. 57
45
1. 60
1. 22
1. 38
1 , 1 7,-
0 0 L.0
7. 18
24. 30
0
411. 55
519. 05
4.65
0
41. 78
12. 12
51. 18
1. 02
17
17
113.13
33. 75
3. 07
12.58
3.65
11. 30
52.63
08
2.23
2. 18
41_U. 4-4-
147.70
November 1989
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FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized:
Total Mileage:
VEI-I I C.LE:
87 Ford LTD
88 Ford LTD
89 Ford LTD
L69£eve Car-tnal
Chief of Police
GRAbIVILLE F'OLICE DEPARTMENT
MONTHLY REPORT AM*
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Council Minutes December 6, 1989

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 6, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Ormond Vice Mayor Morrow
Councilmember Marshall Mayor Eisenberg
Councilmember Malcuit Manager Plunkett
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Malcuit moved to excuse absentee member Rader and
Law Director Munro. Motion seconded by Councilmember Ormond.
Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
Proposed 1990 Municipal Budget Hearing -No one appeared to speak
for or against the proposed 1990 budget. Public hearing closed at
7: 35 p.m..
Ordinance No. 36-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of TheCode
Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Water
Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The
Code Of Ordinances.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance.
Public hearing closed at 7: 37 p.m..Action on this ordinance was held for old business.
Ordinance No. 37-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code
Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Sewer
Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The
Code Of Ordinances.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 37-89.
Public hearing closed at 7: 39 p.m..Action held for old business. on this ordinance was
Ordinance No. 38-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Section 1187. 03 (b) Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio. No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance.
Public hearing closed at 7: 40 p.m..Action on this ordinance was held for old business.
Ordinance No. 39-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Section 1159. 03 (b) Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville And To Repeal Existing Section 1159. 03 (b) Of Said Ordinance.
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December 6, 1989
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No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance.
Public hearing closed at 7: 42 p.m..Action on this ordinance was
held for old business.
MINUTES
November 15, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Morrow
moved that the minutes be approved as distributed. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Marshall. Motion carried.
December 1, 1989 -Special Organization Meeting -Vice Mayor
Morrow moved that the minutes be approved as corrected. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
B. E. Mason Brenda Mix
Mary Fellabaum Lon Herman
Dawn Tettit West, Advocate
Ben Mason, 37 Donald Ross Drive, voiced his concerns regarding
emergency and traffic access on Pinehurst Drive and Pinehurst
Circle during the "Holiday Parade of Homes". His concern was that
during the event cars parked on both sides of Pinehurst Drive and
on the circle making it very difficult for traffic to travel much
less emergency vehicles. He commented that he was glad the fire
run this evening didn' t have to go up Pinehurst. Mr. Mason also
cited North Pearl and Cedar Street as another area during this
particular event that is quite congested and makes visibility the on corner of Cedar and Pearl Streets impossible.
Manager Plunkett stated that temporary "no parking" signs
were installed on one side of Pinehurst for this event, but
apparently they were not working. Mayor Eisenberg said it will be interesting to see how many parking citations will be issued for this area. Manager Plunkett felt the only solution to the problem would be to permanently post no parking signs on one side of Pinehurst Drive.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Comprehensive Planning Committee -Vice Mayor Morrow announced that the Comprehensive Planning Committee will be meeting Sunday, December loth, at 6 p.m.,at Village Hall. The Committee took down all comments made at the last Town Meeting, and they plan to simulate those comments with the Planners this coming Sunday. The next step will be the draft of the Comprehensive Plan.
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December 6, 1989
Page 3
Mary Ann Malcuit commented that Bob Malcuit, Chris Kenah,
and Ted Frolking would be happy to define the aquifer, to
determine its limits by outlining the edge of glacial gravel fill
vs. the bedrock in Raccoon Creek valley, and give this
information to the planners.
Council Committee Assignments -Mayor Eisenberg made the
following Council Committee Assignments:
1988-1991 COUNCIL COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
IMPROVEMENT BOARD -Morrow
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS -Malcuit, Chairman, Ormond, Marshall
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE -Eisenberg, Chairman, Rader, Morrow
PLANNING COMMISSION -Marshall
RECREATION COMMISSION -Hughes
SAFETY &HEALTH -Malcuit, Chairman; Ormond
STREETS &SIDEWALKS -Rader, Chairman, Malcuit, Marshall
UTILITIES -Morrow, Chairman; Rader; Hughes
WAYS &MEANS -Hughes, Chairman, Eisenberg, Morrow
GRANVILLE FOUNDATION -Carl Frazier (Volunteer)
LICKING COUNTY TRADE &VISITORS -Gloria Hoover (Volunteer)
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 36-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code
Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Water
Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The
Code Of Ordinances", was moved for adoption by Councilmember
Hughes. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Morrow. Roll call vote:
Hughes- yes, Morrow- yes, Malcuit-yes, Ormond- yes, Marshall-yes,
Eisenberg-yes, Rader-absent. Six yes votes, one member absent.
Motion carried. Ordinance No. 36-89 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 37-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code
Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Sewer
Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The
Code Of Ordinances", was moved for adoption by Vice Mayor Morrow and seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Discussion: Manager Plunkett explained to members of Council his rationale for recommending that this ordinance be defeated.
Roll call vote on the motion: Morrow- no, Hughes-no, Malcuit- Marshalln-o, Ormond- no, no, Eisenberg-no, Rader-absent. Six no votes, one member absent. Ordinance No. 37-89 defeated.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
December 6, 1989
Page 4
Ordinance No. 38-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 1187. 03 (b)
Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio",
was moved for adoption by Councilmember Malcuit.
Vice Mayor Morrow stated that he did not feel comfortable
about the ordinance at this time, and asked Councilmember Malcuit
if the Planning Commission had spent a lot of time on the
proposed fence ordinance amendment. Ms. Malcuit responded and
said no. Following a brief discussion, consensus of Council was
to table this ordinance and return to the Planning Commission for
further study.
Ordinance No. 39-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 1159. 03 (b)
Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville And To
Repeal Existing Section 1159. 03 (b) Of Said Ordinance",was moved
for adoption by Councilmember Hughes. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Malcuit. Roll call vote: Hughes- yes, Malcuit-yes,
Morrow- yes, Ormond- yes, Marshall-yes, Eisenberg-yes, Raderabsent.
Motion carried. Ordinance No. 39-89 duly adopted.
Vice Mayor Morrow opened the discussion in regards to a proposal
submitted by Chuck Coghlan of C. F. Bird &R. J. Bull, Inc.,for
engineering fees on Phase I of the Granville East Water Project.
The price quoted was $42, 000. Members discussed whether the
engineering cost for this work should be included in the 1990
budget or to wait until application for State Issue 2 monies is
made in March of 1990 and include the engineering cost as part of the 50%reimbursable project cost. Vice Mayor Morrow said he
would like to see the proposed 1990 budget amended to include the
engineering fees rather than waiting to avoid any delays.
Following more discussion, consensus of Council was to this look, at again during discussion of the budget appropriation
ordinance prior to passage on December 20th.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 40-89, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember
Ormond. A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for December 20, 1 989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 418- 9, A"n Ordinance To Make Appropriations For Current Expenses And Other Expenditures Of The Village of Granville, State Of Ohio, During The Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1990"w,as intr6duced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Marshall. A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for December 20, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
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December 6, 1989
Page 5
Resolution No. 89-52, "A Resolution To Amend Pay Classifications
And Salary Rates For the Several Departments Of The Village Of
Granville", was introduced, read in its entirety and moved for
passage by Vice Mayor Morrow. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Malcuit. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-52 duly passed.
Councilmember Malcuit voiced a concern about procedures in making
appointments to Boards &Commissions and asked if the Manager
might write an article for the Sentinel announcing that there are
vacancies. She suggested that the article might include who now
serves on each Commission or Board, and the importance of each,
and to submit their letters of interest to Village Council.
Manager Plunkett said he would include this request in his next
article.
Manager Plunkett advised Village Council that he received a call
from Ohio EPa in regards to a proposal submitted by Hallmark
Builders install a sewer package treatment plant to service a
development of apartments and commercial units on approximately
92 acres at the southwest juncture of State Routes 16 &161 in
Granville Township (the old Quisenberry property),across from
Spring Valley Pool. EPA wanted to know how Village Council viewed
that proposal.
Following a lengthy discussion, Vice Mayor Morrow
recommended that Council go on record that they opposed this
proposal to install a sewer package treatment plant for the
following reasons: a) the area proposed is unable to accept onsite
sewage in studies previously conducted by Ohio EPA, b)
Raccoon Creek, an alternate supply of water for the Village would
likely be the receiving stream of the effluent from the proposed
package sewage treatment plant, c) probable delays in building
the sewers necessary to solve an already existing sewage problem
throughout that area, d) the Village' s sewage treatment plant is
currently under-utilized, and was built to accommodate the area
now proposed for a sewage package treatment plant, e) the Village
has completed a sewer lift station and creek crossing that is
less than one mile from the proposed sewage package treatment
plant, f) a package sewage treatment plant, unless manned and maintained by trained sewage treatment and collection staff and modern equipment, would unlikely produce an effluent within limits, NPDES and; g) concerns for the environmental impact of a sewer package treatment plant in a flood plain area. Consensus of Council was that they agreed with Mr. Morrow' s recommendations EanPdA. directed the Village Manager to convey those feelings to Ohio
Council Meeting Minutes
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December 6, 1989
Page 6
Councilmember Ormond moved to go into Executive Session to
conduct the Manager' s annual performance evaluation and the
setting of the Manager' s salary for 1990. Motion seconded by
Vice Mayor Morrow. Motion carried. Time: 9: 00 p.m..
Councilmember Malcuit moved to return to regular session. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried. Time: 9: 55
P.m..
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
December 10, 1989, 6: 00 p.m. -Comprehensive Planning Committee
December 13, 198, 7: 30 p.m.. P-lanning Commission
Vice Mayor Morrow moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 10: 00 p.m..
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Mayor

Council Minutes December 1, 1989

SPECIAL ORGANIZATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 1, 1989
Law Director Munro convened the meeting at 7: 30 a.m..
Ms. Munro said the following persons have been elected members of
Council for a four year term:
Arnold J. Eisenberg, Anne Roberts Ormond, and Peter L. Marshall.
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Ms. Munro administered the oath of office to each of the newly
elected members of Council separately.
APPOINTMENT OF CLERK
Councilmember Eisenberg moved that Catherine M. Miller be
appointed as Clerk of Council for a two-year term. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried.
Ms. Munro administered the oath of office to Catherine M. Miller.
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Ormond
Councilmember Marshall
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
No comments were voiced at this time.
ELECTION OF MAYOR
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Morrow
Law Director Munro
Manager Plunkett
Councilmember Rader moved the nomination of C. Arthur Morrow as
Mayor. Councilmember Morrow declined the nomination.
Councilmember Hughes moved the nomination of Arnold J. Eisenberg
as Mayor. Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion to
close nominations was made by Councilmember Hughes, seconded by
Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Law Director Munro administered the oath of office to Arnold
J. Eisenberg as Mayor for a two-year term.
ELECTION OF VICE MAYOR
Councilmember Malcuit moved the nomination of C. Arthur Morrow as
Vice Mayor. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Councilmember Marshall moved the nomination of Benjamin W. Rader
as Vice Mayor. Motion seconded by Councilmember Ormond.
Special Organizational Council Meeting
Village of Granville
December 1, 1989
Page 2
Councilmember Hughes moved that the nominations be closed. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Malcuit.
Ballots were distributed among members. The Clerk collected
and counted the votes. Six votes for Councilmember Morrow as Vice
Mayor. One vote for Councilmember Rader.
Law Director Munro administered the oath of office to C.
Arthur Morrow as Vice Mayor for a two-year term.
Mayor Eisenberg thanked members for their vote of confidence and
commented that the next few years will be exciting and
challenging.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Vice Mayor Morrow reminded members of the Comprehensive Planning
Town Meeting to be held at the High School cafeteria, Tuesday,
December 5, at 7: 00 p.m..
Vice Mayor Morrow moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 7: 50 a.m..
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Council Minutes November 15, 1989

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
NOVEMBER 15, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Morrow
Councilmember Rader
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
PUBLIC HEARING
Ordinance No. 35-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 35-89.
Public hearing closed at 7: 34 p.m..Action on this ordinance was
held for old business.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
B. E. Mason Brenda Mix
No comments, questions or concerns were voiced at this time.
MINUTES
November 1, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved to approved the minutes as corrected. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of October was presented and
reviewed. Following review of the Mayor' s Report the clerk was
asked to file the report. A copy of that report is hereby
attached as part of these minutes
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
November 1, 1989
Page 2
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of October was presented.
Following a brief review of the report, Councilmember Rader moved
that the Manager' s Report be approved. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried. A copy of that report is
hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Planning Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
meeting of November 8, 1989. At that meeting, the Advocate' s
proposed newspaper tubes were denied, as well as Bernard
William' s proposed six foot chain link fence with colored slates
woven in the fencing. Gib &Allene Blackstone' s request to put up
decorative screening to the rear of the alleyway was approved,
and Federal Express' s Drop Box as proposed, was denied. Mr. &
Mrs. Coffey' s request to replace a gravel driveway with concrete
was approved. The Commission reviewed an application submitted by
the Russells on South Mulberry. Since the Commission had not
received the application in time to review the site, the
application was deferred until Wednesday, November 15th, at 6: 30
p.m.,before their scheduled Joint Worksession with Village
Council. Mr. Russell' s application was approved with
modification.
Ms. Malcuit also reported that Mr. Erhard, School Board
Representative on the Commission will be moving to Granville
Township and another member will need to be appointed.
Personnel Committee
Mayor Eisenberg reported that the Committee met and discussed the
Health Plan benefits for Village Employees. The Committee
recommends to Village Council that they retain current maximum of
200/ month plus 50%of cost over $200. Also, those employees who
choose to go on their spouses health coverage plan will be paid
600 a year which would be paid on a monthly basis. Lowest bidder
was Blue Cross/ Blue Shield. Manager Plunkett commented that the
employees preferred MedBen but the cost for same benefits were
too high.
Comprehensive Planning Committee -Councilmember Morrow reported
that the Committee' s goal is now to finalize the Plan Use Map and
get ready for a town meeting. In an effort to provide for better
citizen input, several stations will be set up throughout the the
High School cafeteria each with a map, and a representative from
Woolpert and from the Comprehensive Planning Committee will be at
each station to write down comments, questions and concerns, and
to answer questions. The meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday,
December 5, 1989, at 7: 00 p.m..
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
November 15, 1989
Page 3
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 35-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses", was moved
for adoption by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Avery.
Councilmember Morrow moved to amend Ordinance No. 35-89,
Section II, and add the following accounts: Account Al-5-C250
Capital Outlay -Water Mains Replacement -Add $76, 753. 00, and;
Account Al-6-A250 Street Construction -Paving -Add $17, 500. 00.
Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Morrowyes,
Schnaidt-yes, Hughes- yes, Malcuit-yes, Rader- yes, Avery-yes,
Eisenberg-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 35-
89 duly amended.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 35-
89 as amended. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call
vote: Schnaidt-yes, Avery-yes, Hughes- yes, Malcuit-yes, Morrowyes,
Rader-yes, Eisenberg- yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 35-89 duly adopted.
East Granville Water Line -Chuck Coghlan, C. F. Bird &R. J. Bull,
Inc.,gave an oral status report on the East Granville Water Line
study. Using a Village topographical map, he pointed out areas to
be extended with water services which were outlined in orange.
The study included a 100 foot dual level water storage facility
somewhere in the vicinity of Milner Road. The bottom portion of
the water storage facility would provide water for the low
service areas and the top portion of the water storage facility
the high service areas. Following a lengthy discussion, Village
Council instructed Mr. Coghlan to set up water line extensions,
storage etc.,in phases, and that their first priority would be
the extension of water service to the east corporation line (Fern
Hill),and out Cherry Valley Road including Westgate.
NEW BUSINESS
Acknowledge Receipt of Manager' s Proposed 1990 Budget
Consensus of Council was, that they had received the Manager' s
proposed 1990 Municipal Budget.
Resolution No. 89-47, "To Award The Bid For The Construction Of
Sanitary Sewers, Storm Sewers And Pavement In South Plum Street,
And For Water Mains, Sanitary Sewers, And Pavement In East Maple
Street And To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A
Contract With Hoskinson Excavating", was introduced, read in its
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
November 15, 1989
Page 4
entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember Rader. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried. Resolution No.
89-47 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-48, "A Resolution To Adopt The Five Year
Capital Improvement Plan For Granville As Recommended By The
Village Manager", was introduced, read in its entirety and moved
for passage by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-48 duly
passed.
Manager Plunkett commended staff members Sam Schwarzkopf,
Joe Hickman, Mark Zarbaugh, and Kay Miller for the work that they
did on the plan which was essential to the Issue 2 application.
Resolution No. 89-49, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Submit
Grant Applications For The 1990 Capital Improvement Projects To
District 17, Ohio Public Works Improvement Commission, For
Funding", was introduced, read in its entirety, and moved for
passage by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-49 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-50, "To Establish The TIme And Place Of A
Public Hearing For The 1990 Municipal Budget As Proposed By The
Village Manager", was introduced, read in its entirety and moved
for passage by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-50 duly
passed.
Resolution No. 89-51, "To Reject All Bids For The Purchase Of
Water And Wastewater Treatment Chemicals And To Rebid The
Purchase Of Such Chemicals", was introduced, read in its entirety
and moved for passage by Councilmember Morrow. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-51 duly
passed.
Ordinance No. 36-89, An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code
Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Water
Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The
Code Of Ordinances", was introduced and title read by
Councilmember Hughes. A public hearing on this ordinance was
scheduled for December 6, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 37-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code
Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Sewer
Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The
Code Of Ordinances", was introduced and title read by
Councilmember Morrow. A public hearing on this ordinance was
scheduled for December 6, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
November 15, 1989
Page 5
Ordinance No. 38-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 1187. 03 (b)
Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio",
was introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember
Malcuit. A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for
December 6, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 39-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 1159. 03 (b)
Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville And To
Repeal Existing Section 1159. 03 (b) Of Said Ordinance", was
introduced and title read by Councilmember Hughes. A public
hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for December 6, 1989, at
7: 30 p.m..
Certified Oil Corporation/Cl&C2 Carry Out Liquor License Request
Councilmember Morrow voiced an objection to such a permit being
issued to a gas station. Councilmember Malcuit concurred and
stated that she wrote to Gene Branstool about beer and wine
carry-out permits being issued so readily to gas stations. Ms.
Malcuit' s point was that while more and more is being stressed
about not drinking while one is driving and the work that Mothers
Against Drunk Drivers are doing, the state is making it too easy
for people to just drive up and get beer and wine by issuing such
permits.
Following further discussion, Councilmember Morrow moved
that the Clerk be directed to responded to the Ohio Department Of
Liquor Control that the Village requests that a hearing and that
the hearing be held in the county seat of the county in which the
permit premises is to be located. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Council Worksession
proposed 1990.
November 29, 1989, 7: 30 p.m. -Review of
Special Organizational Meeting of Council
7: 30 a. m.
Comprehensive Planning Commission -
at Granville High School Cafeteria
Planning Commission
December 1, 1989,
December 5, 1989, 7: 00 p.m.
December 13, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m.
ADJOURNMENT
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
November 15, 1989
Page 6
Councilmember Avery moved to adjourn, seconded )21 Councilmember
Malcuit. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 190
L3%4 *
Rayor
Clerk of Council
1
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAYOR 'S COURT MONTHLY REPORT
BALANCE OF BOND MONEY FROM LAST MONTH
TOTAL COLLECTED FOR THIS MONTH:_
TOTAL PAID TO STATE (RRF &GRF ):
TOTAL PAID IN REFUNDS/OVERPYHTS:
TOTAL PAID 10 GENERAL FUND:_____.
BALANCE OF BOND HONEY IN ACCOUNT:
CASES GENERATED BY GRANVILLE POLICE DEPT.
CASES PROCESSED IN MAYOR' S COURT
CASES TRANSFERRED FROM MAYOR' S COURT
TRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED
EXCESSIVE SPEED:
ASSURED CLEAR DISTANCE:
DISREGARDING RED SIGNAL:
1)ISREGARDING STOP SIGN:__
DISREGARDING OTHER TRAFFIC_C_ON_TR_OL:__, ______
PROHIBITED RIGHT TURN ON RED SIGNAL:
OMVI (ALCOHOL/DRUGS) :
PEN COI1\T A I I\IE:l: /1.1.. (I]l..1. (J,IR CONSMW>TI (1.}4 : ,...,_.
WILLFUL/WANTON DISREGARD FOR SAFETY:_,
OPERATING W/0 REASONABLE CONIROL:
FLEEING A POLICE OFFICER:
SQUEALING TIRES/PEELING/CRACKING EXH:
PERMITTING/RIDING/HANGING OUT OF VEH:
U-TURN (OPP DIRECTION/ENTER PARKING):
OCT8.9'
MONTH
9-1.L-[ 10
9-1.195.0.. .
1-0.Q.- Q0_0. .
5.1-2.6..5..0
2+5_51.- 0.0
4.8
5
I 2
2
2
MONTH
8-6500
OCT8.'8
MONTH
PABF 1
1.2,7--6.. .10-(
1+1100.0.- -
5.0,-.6.0.0-0.
1.8...5..4f.lDTRAFFIC
CITATIONS: LQ 1 10.3
PARKING TICKETS: 76 57
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS: l5 5.1
94
b1
10
TRAFFIC CITATIONS: 96
PARKING TICKETS: 75
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS: l 5
CASES DISMISSED: 12
GUILTY WAIVERS (PYNTS OUT OF COURT ):_.56
CASES APPEARING IN COURT: ZD
90
64
10
47
53
9-3
53
57
8
18.
1.1
TO LICKING COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT: 2
TO JUVENILE COURT: 5 6
35
4
1.3
6
3
11
1
1
3-
46
L0
1.0
9
5
6.
1
2
1
5
QCT. 8'9. SEPT_1.R._9 OCT ;AR
1"I{JI'l Ill 1 N " illl MONTH
AFFIC CI FATIONS F'F<OCESSEDJ N('{,T( )
r:A I LURE 1 1(. Y r ]l.D: 3 1
E.QUIPMENl V[ Ill.Allfli: 3- 5
PEDESCRIAN V] ULAI 11)11:
11\0 01' FRAI 1((}9 /l l<(1')11 1 1 125 2 1 1 C 1: .11( il. : 2
CIF'N Ul'41E) ll fil J'11l:\I'S[.;1 1(,1) 1/·'1'- :1(1. 1 I f 11,1 : 3 2
NO HU 101<CYCLE. UNDOI(OFHENI : 2 1
ES[ Rl C :1-I (J 1' 1 V T f.} 1.A l I f )1,1 :
REG I f,;T I<A 1 1 fJI\1/lilli- Vltll nl 1( 31.1 : 2 6
LEAVING lHE SCHNE OF AN ACCIDCHI :
FAILURE 10 SIOP FOR SCHOOI BUS:
IMPROPER TASS I NO: 1..._._
ALL 01 1 IERS: 4
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
ANIMAL OrrkNSES:
DISORDFRI 'r' CONDUCI/PUBLIC 1NIOX:.
l)ISTUR!{ Il,IG lili: 1' 1· lif: r : 2.
DRUG ADUSFP/ OSF:]SSION: 2
GAMBL 1 NO 01 1 I 14,gl-5.i :
1r.bM-1.f€tHm.*D:EPOSITING of GARBAGE
FALSTFIC'.Allilll: O. L. 5
FAT LUB: 11) 1(11-' 1)1-(1 , f ;r·' 1111 :
ODS[RUClliAG OFF[ CIAI Trll'.illll-5:, ,
FAILURE 10 AID A rill. 11 r nr f ICEk:
JEIS 11IJI.1: T I,1( } 1 ,1] (1]1 (1. :
RESTSIING ARRFSI: 4 .........
11- (Al_E (1-1 A( l 1():11111 1(!A 1111·1111':
H I 131-1(3 1-1-(1- 3!1-1,1 l A i 1 1 }1· 1 1: 5 7
Ill''E:Il (I''l(l<}ill.11 1( [1,1 A 1' 111{ 1 1 13 1' 1 f)1',1 . 1
l;FIXUAL lili 11' 41 1 11) 11:
I' llfil. 1(.: till>It, 11· li:i:
VI)YIEI JA 1 :4 1 n
JNPORTUN] llil:
ASSAill l:
1(3141-f(r4<411- I) I'll liliC lili,,I'll-Il,V.Il,III:
1?141)1'Allflf:F(Tl,Ifi f lili T,1.'1 11:
I [1.-F.1[1 1')11\13 11(11 1' (f, )' ,11'1 ]111 :
L)1(11' [1.1£It, V lili I I .11 1 9:
ARSON:
CRINTHAL I)cill<14; INGN
IRIHII,I<l Ill';( Hlll I :
1.R' [ 11111(I.# 1[(F,, il' fi,.,: 5 . 5
F'E r IY lili:I I:
UX1#J)ill(1}(Ill l) 11il: 111 1' 1(111' 11( l'i/V'I.11[ fill-:
PASS [NG bAD CHF (l H:
1-<FECr:IVTI'4(; 1(11;111'1. I' let} 1' 11( 1' 2:
L,'ARRY T I ,111 0 f 1 11, If «I. fil F l) I· 11 2 <31 '1 )1,1
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D I SCI IANG I NG Wr <W 'C Il Vi:
1
C.'W . .
IMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED (CON' T)
PARKING TICKETS PROCESSED
IO #1-PARKING ON SIDEWALK/CURB LAWN:
VIO #2-BLOCKING PUBLIC/PRIVATE DRIVE:
VIO #3-PARKED W/IN 20FT OF INTERSECT:
VIO #4-PARKED ON A CROSSWALK:
V I (} 5 #1-:>ARIUED I N A 14(]1::A:'F:1(,(I 11\(3 Z (31'I,E : --
VIO #6-PARKED TOO FAR FROM CURB:_____
VIO #7-PARKED IN SANE SPOT >72 HRS:
VIO #8-OVERTIME PARKING:
VIO #9-PARKED FACING WRONG DIRECTION:
VIO #10-PARKED OUTSIDE OF MARKED ZONE
VIO 011-IN HANDICAP ZONE W/0 PLACARD:
VIO #12-DOUBLE PARKED:____.
VIO #13-PARKED UPON BRIDGE,"OVERPASSs_,
VIO #14-PARKED IN ROADWAY -HAZARD:,
VIO #15-PARKED W/IN 1OFT OF FIRE HYD:
SUMMONS ISSUED FOR FAILURE 10 PAY:
OCI.189- S. E.ILL+189
MONTH MONTH
26
4
16
18
0(:T. '88
MONTH
PARK 3
FIREWORKS VIOLATIONS:
ALL OTHER VIOLATIONS:
EAI. l.ELL. t.a_AP..E.EAR_____ ..___
PQ.S. .SES.S.I.ON. e f,.A..LCOH. OL
5
4
2
2
31
5
1
12
1
4
3
3
17
13
1
2
8
1.
2
MANAGER' S REPORT
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Oct. 1989
25.3200
8168
11. 812
381
10.0
Flushed fire hydrants.
Repaired 6" water main break on Mr. Parnassus.
No violations at Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Note:
MG)
MGD) -
DT) -
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
Sept. 1989
24.390
813
12. 08
403
Oct. 1988
27. 702
894
8. 397
271
12. 3
7 2 3
55 43 23
0 0 0
5 10 2
6 31 24
7. 5
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS)
Inlets cleaned
Inside)
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads)
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment)
Call Out
ZQNING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
October 1989
Amnun:L-Manhaura AmnlmL: .Manhaurn AmanaMl-anhaUKEL
57
7
15
50
115
45
1
158
39
21
16
16
400
398
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance -
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
52
28
120
72
16. 5
105
15
6
34
160 Hrs.
97 Hrs.
27 Hrs.
22
120
60
5
24
10
151
0
0
4 2 3
1 1 5
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
1
OTHER PROJECTS OCTOBER 1989
1) Granger Street Storm Sewer
2) Painted Service Department building
3) West Broadway storm sewer
4) Picked up and dropped off barricades
5) Installed Detour signs for antique fair
6) Removed decayed tree on S. Main
7) Equipment Operators went to seminar
Total Hrs.
216 Hrs.
42 Hrs.
54 Hrs.
16 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
36 Hrs.
32 Hrs.
398 Hrs.
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
MPLAINT ACTIVITIES
on-Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses Invstgtd:
Follow- up Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Delivered Mail:
Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
MONTHLY REPORT***
October 1989 September 1989 October 1988
Quantity Time Quantity Time Quantity Time
6261
77
98
53
132
49
35
8
780
253
56
148
33
17
560
9
8554
95
20
58
71
40
168
0
95
7
178
732
14
234
43
95
26
36
1
1
413
3.43
15.60
5.75
37.97
15.31
2.78
2.78
2.08
51
66
37.71
11. 61
431
31. 96
1. 90
608.21
782.65
6.95
1. 90
53.95
18.16
63.48
3.33
5.80
50
50
154.58
47.08
4.95
21. 15
7.76
12.61
282. 15
0
10.21
1.31
30.09
418.15
5093
57
103
23
64
63
47
5
616
176
53
89
28
15
681
9
7122
89
23
77
60
56
163
0
42
21
182
713
10
5
301
66
82
41
66
0
1
572
4.68
17.28
3.05
13.30
19.43
4.76
2.50
2.08
80
80
32.83
11.56
2.61
27.96
1. 96
529.23
674.83
6.48
6.55
61.06
11. 01
51.35
13.38
9.41
0
16
159.40
42.18
5.63
18.41
5.60
18.75
280.31
0
7.05
5.78
40.53
424.24
4255
65
95
103
72
50
67
2
482
184
76
121
29
22
1075
2
6749
6
0
247
27
64
23
6
0
0
373
58
16
42
52
59
70
5
72
4
157
535
2.85
13.80
6.88
14.02
13.92
1.40
60
1
55
1. 58
19.60
3.43
2.40
32.70
38
421.92
537.03
2
0
51. 58
12.48
43.03
5.77
57
0
0
115.43
29.93
4.48
15.68
5.25
21. 80
52.37
13
6.90
25
24.15
160.95
OCTOBER 1989
OCTOBER 1989
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized:
Total Mileage:
VEHICLE:
87 Ford LTD
88 Ford LTD
89 Ford LTD
STEVE CARTNAL
CHIEF OF POLICE
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
MONTHLY REPORT***
October 1989
586
6343
Odometer
77675
10480
22374
September 1989
549.80
5464
Miles
1966
578
3799
October 1988
426.10
4739
STATE REr ur,1 r-r,u. R 13 - < DCIA-' rM:*EN-: ----------------
DIVISION DATE 10/31/89
CITY GRANVILLE .-'. . MONTH OF OCTOBER
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
ACCOUNT
FUND DESCRIPTION
BALANCE
AT BEGINNING
BALANCE
DISBURSED AT MONTH END
A 1 GENERAL 408.656. 99 123.308. 05 79.374. 47 452.590.57 49. 781. 26 402.809.31
A 2 MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESERVE ' 40,000. 00 OC) 00 40. 000.00 00 40.000.00
B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX
C i DEPT ZEFWICE
r
ll. Il
65, 155. 11
227. 933. 74
C 3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT - 11 = 96.708. 11
i-t'IDA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT-' -'--
31 E 1 WATER
E 2 SEWER «
C L SCIVER DEDT SCRVICTU ;ND
E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTC:
2 SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
G 5 HILENGREEN ESCROW ..
T 11 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
163. 714. 31
1.9. 635. 41
1. 039.65
7, 400. 15
327. 29
23. 139.93
951. 09
23. 139. 93
10.267. 92
40. 667. 53
510. 28
188.217. 30
510. 28
00 ' 00
00 63. 108. 70
106. 645. 28 81. 572. 02
2.707.61 ..· 5.645.00 < 93, 770.72 00 93.770.72
00 00 00 210. 778. 00 218,773.00-
7 1 4*1'0 31. 333. 94 56,0/z.6- 13. 104. 01 43. 468. 25
17.525.45
7. 000.00
24.091. 74 28.519.83 6. 860.24
50. 167. 02
163.869. 05
2.900.00 143,735.41
161. 269.80
7.400. 15
163. 869. 05
0 143.735.41
C 1. 139. 05
161, 269. 80
7, 400. 15
36. 171.33
GRAND TOTALS **1*,*501. 059.07 * 230.232.49 * 223, 130.32 *1.508, 161.24 * 426.666.19 *1. 081. 495.05 *
RECEIPTS ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
B 2 HIGHWAY 446. 96 263.97 00
00 00
0.221. 18 53. 108.70
SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND
56. 669. 91
21. 659.59
35.086. 12
17 n.:= .-10. 561. 39 oi 00 50. 167. 02
0-
E 7 SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND 154.74 0·
00
F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE 161. 269. 80 00 00 00
0() 00 00
30.171.._·._ 00 00 36. 171. 33 00
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
LICKING COUNTY OHIO
EAST SIDE WATER STUDY
PRELIMINARY COST ESTIMATE
Construction
A -16"Ductile Iron Water Main
4100 L.F.
B -12"Ductile Iron Water Main
6600 L.F.
C -675,000 Gallon Dual Level
Elevated Water Storage Tank
D -Fire Hydrants &Valves
E -Pavement Replacement
Estimated Construction Cost
F -Contingency (15%)
G -Engineering (7%)
Total Project Cost
Note: Price does not include cost for
required, land acquisition.
185,000. 00
200,000.00
575,000.00
25,000.00
50,000. 00
1,035,000.00
155,000. 00
75,000. 00
1,265,000.00
rock excavation if

Council Minutes November 1, 1989

CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
NOVEMBER 1989
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Morrow
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Rader
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Rader moved to excuse absentee member Avery. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried.
MINUTES
October 18, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved that the minutes be approved as submitted. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Dawn West, Advocate
Sam Schwarzkopf
Mark Zarbaugh
Daniel Freytag
Peter Marshall
No comments were made at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Richard Salvage
Marc Shulman
Brenda Mix
JoAnn Morey
Improvement Board -Marc Brockman -talked about a tree
inventory/survey the Improvement Board is doing along with
several volunteers. The group plan to log each tree in the
village, its condition, etc..This survey is hoped to get a
better handle on all the trees to enable the Improvement Board to
set up a more efficient tree maintenance and replacement program.
Council Meeting Minutes
village of Granville
November 1, 1989
page 2
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
Commission' s meeting of October 25th. At that meeting the
Commission approved Dr. Wagner' s request to revise an already
approved application to install clapboard on the 216 South Main
Street building to aluminum siding. The newspaper tube issue was
also discussed. Consensus of the Commission was that they needed
more clarification from the Law Director on the newspaper tube
issue. The Commission reviewed and approved an amendment to
Section 1187. 03 (b) of the Codified Zoning ordinance dealing with
fences and plan to submit it to village Council for their
consideration.
Concerns were also expressed about the grass yard at 220 South
Main Street being dug up and replaced with gravel. The Commission
would also like to meet with village Council in a joint
worksession November 8th.
Following a brief discussion among members of Council, it
was found that many could not meet on the 8th of November.
November 15, 1989, at 6: 30 p.m.,was suggested and tentatively
set to meet with the Development Commission.
Personnel Committee -Mayor Eisenberg reported that the Personnel
Committee met and discussed group health insurance benefits for
Village employees for 1990. Mr. Eisenberg said the whole question
with group health insurance is how to deal with the high cost of
providing this benefit. Mr. Eisenberg suggested that the
Committee defer their recommendations until they' ve met once more
and discussed the issue further.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 35-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses", was
introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Schnaidt.
public hearing on this ordinance was set for November 15,
1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 89-46, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter
into A Reformed Lease Agreement With The Thomas J. Evans
Foundation", was introduced, read in its entirety and moved for
passage by Councilmember Rader. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Morrow. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-46 duly passed.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
November 1, 1989
page 3
Proposed 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan -Joe Hickman, Utilities
Director, Mark Zarbaugh, Service Director, and Sam Schwarzkopf,
Zoning Inspector/ Administrative Assistant, presented their
proposal for the Villages updated 5-year Capital Improvement
Plan. The proposal was presented orally and outlined on an easel
for members of Council to view. Following review of the proposal,
the Department Heads plan to finalize the proposed 5-Year Capital
Improvement Plan and submit it to Council at their next regular
meeting for consideration. If the plan is approved by Council it
will then be used for the basis of application for a portion of
Issue 2 monies.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Development Commission Meeting -November 8, 1989, 7: 30 p.m.
Village CounciDl/evelopment Commission Joint Worksession -
November 15, 1989, at 6: 30 p.m.
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 34 p.m..
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Mayor

Council Minutes October 18, 1989

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 18, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Morrow
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Morrow moved to excuse absentee member Rader.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
MINUTES
October 4. 1989 -Reqular Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery
moved that the minutes be approved as corrected. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Brenda Mix
Rick Bline
Dan Freytag
Pete Marshall
Orville Orr
No comments, questions
MAYOR' S REPORT
Larry Lafferre
Marc Shulman
Richard Salvage
Rose Wingert
or concerns were voiced at this time.
The Mayor' s Report for the month of September was presented and
reviewed. Mayor Eisenberg noted that Steve Cartnal, Police Chief,
compiled some statistics on alcohol and alcohol related arrests
and charges in the Village from 1985 to present.
Following review of the Mayor' s Report the Clerk was directed to file the report. A copy of that report is hereby
attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the
Manager Plunkett reviewed the
month of September was presented.
report with members.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
October 18, 1989
Page 2
Councilmember Morrow asked Manager Plunkett if he had
scheduled any repairs for Thresher and Burg Streets. Mr. Plunkett
responded and said no but was considering item these two streets as a for next years capital improvements.
Following review and discussion, Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved
that the Manager' s Report be approved. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. A copy of that report is
hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
meeting of October 11th. Ms. Malcuit did not elaborate on the one application reviewed at that meeting. She did however report that
the Commission talked about the proposed newspaper tubes the
Advocate wishes to install on rural mail box posts within the
Village limits, and whether "The Advocate" printed on the
newspaper tubes constitutes an advertising sign. Consensus of the
Development Commission was to request that the Village Law Director look into this issue.
Ann Munro, Village Law Director, responded at this time and
stated that the newspaper tubes as proposed would be within the definition of a sign, and would prepare a written opinion for the
Development Commission.
Ms. Malcuit reported that the Commission talked about fences
and landscaping regulations and hope to have something prepared
soon to present to Village Council. Also, Chairman Al Davison
recommended a future joint worksession with Village Council.
Comprehensive Planning Committee -Councilmember Morrow reported
that Woolpert Consultants presented the Committee with a map identifying existing land uses in the community. Members were to
review the map and note any corrections needed on the map. Mr.
Morrow commented that there were numerous errors on the map. He
said the map will only be at the Village Hall for a limited time
and asked members to stop by the Village Hall and look at the map and make any notations, corrections, etc.,on it and to please initial it. Mr. Morrow said the map was to be overlaid with proposed uses.
OLD BUSINESS
Refuse Collection/Recycling -Members discussed the proposal
submitted by Johnson Disposal for an exclusive franchise for residential waste removal and recycling program.
Discussion centered on whether the Village really wanted to grant an exclusive franchise for hauling trash at this time.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
October 18, 1989
Page 3
Councilmember Morrow was against eliminating competition and
stated that he would like to set a public hearing on this issue
to solicit public opinion.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt said he would like to see a survey
distributed in the water bills to see what the public thinks
about such a proposal.
Law Director Munro noted that there are many people now in
the Village who are not on the public water system.
Councilmember Hughes liked the idea of a truck once a week
collecting trash instead of five days a week. He also like the
recycling component and felt that this would be a good
opportunity to get people in a recycling frame of mind.
Councilmember Avery stated that he would like to see what' s
out there with a recycling component.
Johnson Disposal representatives Eric DeHays, and Mark
Finney were on hand to answer any questions Council may have.
Consensus of Council was to request proposals from other
interested companies with a recycling component and costs, and to
get a survey out to the community before making a decision.
NEW BUSINESS
Ormond Appeal -Council received a written letter of appeal from
the Ormonds on the Development Commission' s decision that their
application for a Zoning Amendment be denied.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for November 15,
1989, at 7: 30 p.m.,on the Ormond' s appeal.
Resolution No. 89-45, "To Award The Bid For The Reconstruction Or
Relining Of Sanitary Sewers In Chapin Place",was introduced,
read in its entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember Morrow.
A brief explanation of the insituform process was explained
by Mayor Eisenberg. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-45 duly passed.
Mayor Eisenberg noted that from time to time the Village receives
donations. He said the issue has been brought up that when donation is made to a a specific department such as the Police
Department, should the donation go into the Police Fund or should it go into the General Fund.
Consensus of Council that all donations should go into the General Fund.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
October 25. 1989. at 7: 30 p.m. Development Commission Meeting
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
October 18, 1989
Page 4
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Morrow moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilmember
Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8:20 p.m..
Atest:
1-420-5588C#i2/:314264&6 Clerk of Council Af Mayor
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAYOR' 9 COURT MONTHLY REPORT
BALANCE OF BOND MONEY FROM LABI HON1H
TOTAL COLLECTED FOR 11 1 I !3 1-111.'}1 111 : - ... ___.
TOTAL PAID TO STATE (RRF &ORF ):.___._.
TOTAL PAID IN REFUNDS/OVERPYHTS:_.____
TOTAL PA ID 10 GENERAL FUND:_. __
BALANCE OF BOND HOHEY IN ACCOUNI:
CASES GENERATED BY GRANVILLE POLICE DEPT.
CASES PROCESSED IN MAYOR' S COURT
CASES TRANSFERRED FROM MAYOR' S COURT
TRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED
EXCESS I VE SPI.I[ED: - - .___... .. .
ASSURED CLEAR DISTANCE:
DISREGARDING RED SIGNAL:____.
DISREGARDING STOP SIGH:
DISREGARDING OTHER TRAFFIC CONTROL:
PROHIBITED RIGHT TURN ON RED SIGNAL:_
ONVI (ALCOI IOL/DRUGS ) :
OPEN CONTAINER/LIQUOR CONSUMPTION:
WILLFUL/WANTON DISREGARD FOR SAFETY:
OPERATING W/0 REASONABLE CONTROL:____.
FLEEING A POLICE OFFICER:___.
SQl.IEE1( ,.I. I'I·G '1 1 REF.9 1/:7:I.:il Ill(3 /3 1(: 1Al l.I: ·:111\(3 li. X 1 1 :
PERMITTING/RIDING/HANGING OUT OF VEH:
ULTURN (OPP DIRECTION/ENTER PARKING):
SePL.1. 89
MONIN
865. 00
190. 00
2, 3 0 2. 00.
7.,787. 5
9-55. 00
4
1-----
L.--.-
Aug1.- 81-
MONTH
Sept.8'8
MONTH
1, 028. 00
5, 882. 00
952. 00
248. 00
4, 942. 00
768. 00
PAGE 1
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
45
8
64
17
2, 132. 00
9, 285. 00
2, 082. 00
2, 988. 00
5.L48-.2100
865. 00
11
47
8
TRAFFIC CIIATIONS: 103 153
PARKING TICKETS:
57 52
52 30
CRIMINAL COMPLAINl S:
142
52
30
8
66
46
73
93
TRAFFIC CITATIONS:
PARKING TICKETS:
57
CRIMINAL COHPLAINTS:
8
CASES DISMISSED:
GUILTY WA I VEI:;1: 3 (PYI'l , (.11.11 (2)1:: 3 1(.IR'(I )R
38
CASES APPEARING IN COURT:-
79
TO LICKING COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT: 1
TO JUVENILE COURT:
36
2
3
3
61
4
20
10
5
8
3
l
I 2
1, 1
Sept. 1.8.9 - Ang.8'9':"' Rept.8'8
1., 11 11,1 Ill Ill)NI111:'41 " MONTH
TRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED (CON' T)
FAILURE TU YFILD: 3
EQUIPMEN 1 VI (1.1.Al l (1.11: 5 8 3
PEDIESTR I AN V ]l}l .A 1 1 1 11\1 :
NO OPERATORS/CHAUFFI RS LICENSE: 2
OPN UNDER SUSPENSION/ PI-VOCA[ ri4: 2
NO MUTORCYCLE. ENDOI(GE. HI-NI: 2 2
RES IRICTI 01'1 VI IJL A I I UN:
REGISTRATTIJN,r l Illl: VIl 11.< 11( 11.1: 2 6
LEAVINO TllIE 81:ENI€ IJF AI'l ALCII)El·It:
FAI LURE 10 Slor r Ok SCHOOL DUS :
IMPROPER rASS ING, 2
ALL 0 11 IERS: 3
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
ANIMAL UrrhNSES:
DISORDEP,1-7' CONDUCl/PUDLZG ]NINX: 6
DISTURBING 1 HF PFACF: 2 6
DRUG ABUSE/r'lle;HIE:gE;ION: 2
GAMBLING OFF r.1-1911{4 :
6*E*R**NG: Depositing of Garbage J...
FALSIFICATTON: 5.-
FA I LURE TO kb POR 1 0 1,711 HI :
OBSCRUC1 TNG OFFICIAl DUSINFSS:
FAIl URE 1(-}Ar I) A 1-1'(1.I-l, r 1)1 r Ic; I·l.·::
OBSIRUCIING JUS11(: 1-:
RESIGl ING AkkE.141 : 4
SALE 01 Al COHOL 10 A HI HOR u
I·IT St-F(Er-1'-1( 51:1·ll i')I 11) 1·1 : 7 2
l]F' E?14 l ().1'' 1 I n l l.11 1 ( 1 ,1[ <-I) '1 1 131. 1 t.,1 1 tif 2 1%. : 11 8
GF.XIIi'W. lili f}'. ill lf)1' 1.
PUBLTC [HF 1.INCY :
VOYEl JR 1 1 :I'l :
IMPORIUN] illi:
ASSAUI T :
A(fl;tlfVAIL T) 1'11 -1, 11 1{ lilli:I ll I'l,V, l Idf ; :
F.1,11A)(l'1' 19F:r:Tl.111 1-,lili T)lkl ll:
1 El.Er.l If.N}E 11(Oll'I U)9'31 IF Ill:
1J)I('llS 1 I l.J '2 1 111.1 11\ (t- :
ARSON:
CRIN INAL DAMAC ; ]NO
CllII·1Ill<11 1·11$ 11; 111[ 1 :
CRIH] NAL 1RFSPASS: 2 4
PE. IlY IHErl:
UNAU111(11-(I71:1) 1!S;li 111' r' 1(f Ir' 1-11 y /vi i II i :1 1-
PASSING BAD 1(I:r CT S: 3
REL'1. '.IVINCi (3 I I(L..1 14 1 '1 41 11' 1 -1<l 'c':- ..
CARRP T NO A CONCEnl r D Ell APON n
IMPROPFILI.r ' HANDLING rliff-c )1 ,1'1 ZN HV:
DISCHANG[1,Ill WE Al '(Il J'6 :
r ' 1< [ # 2 '
RIMINAL COMPLAIN'TB PROCESSED (CON 'T )
PARKING TICKETS PROCESSED
VIO #1-PARKING ON SIDEWALK/CURB LAWN:
VIO #2-BLOCKING PUBLIC/PRIVATE DRIVE:
VIO #3-PARKED W/IN 2OFT OF INTERSECT:
VIO #4 -PARKED ON A CROSSWALK:
VIO #5-PARKED IN A NO PARKING ZONE:__
VIO #6 -PARKED TOO FAR FROM CURB:
VIO #7-PARKED IN SAHE SPOT >72 HRS:
VIO #8-OVERTIME PARKING:
VIO #9-PARKED FACING WRONG DIRECTION:
VIO #10 -PARKED OUTSIDE OF MARKED ZONE
VIO #11-IN HANDICAP ZONE W/0 PLACARD:
V I 0 1#2 -D-Ol.1Bl .EE PAP,I :ZE I) : ,........_.
VIO #13P-ARKED UPON BRIDG._EO/..V.E R..P.A.S..S.M.._ , .._.
VIO #14-PARKED IN ROADWAY "-1·IAZAFRD: .._
VIO #15-PARKED W/IN 1OFT OF FIRE HYD:
SUMMONS ISSUED FOR FAILURE TO PAY:
1.1
13
2
8
MONTH
1 9,„S>l'l..ti:!.>2·.·· ·
Aug. '89if,]Sept:8'8 Atif:1{, .
MONI1,9,i*{{% :' j , MONT.H L
3: " t.i
1/ 4 L\9,'.i
PAGE 3
1,
FIREWORKS VIOLATIONS:
ALL :OTHER VIOLATIONS:
Failed to Appear
Possession of Alcohol
5
3
1
I 3
I 4
5
R
24
I 3
2
4
3
3
2
Q
1
2
2
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Alcohol and Alcohol- Related Arrests/Charges***
Alcohol Offenses:
Offense
OMVI
Open Container
Misrepresentation
Disorderly Conduct/
Public Intoxication
False ID Offenses
1985 1986
6 45
3 21
14
Undera-ged Posession,
Purchasing, Drinking 1 12
Total Alcohol Offense 37
Charges
Total Persons Charged
with all Offenses
Alcohol Offense
Charges
9 161
42%
Alcohol- Related Offenses:
53%
1987
47
30
7
201
1988
60
19
14
7 116
48%
242
48%
1989(Sept.)
43
36
16
160
214
75%
An alcohol related offense would be an offense which was
committed because the offender was under the influence at the
time of the offense or any offense which was committed
because of a direct relationship to alcohol use or abuse. For
example, we see many minor offenses, such as criminal
trespass, committed every year where the offenders are
obviously under the influence. In many such cases, one could
safely speculate that the offense would not have been
committed had the person' s judgement and ability to make
sound decisions not been clouded by the effects of alcohol.
There are other cases where the offender was definitely under
the influence of alcohol, but it appears from the
circumstances that the offense would have been committed
anyway if this were not the case. However, this is, again,
speculation. Because of this, it is difficult to come up with accurate figures on alcohol-related offenses.
1
Y
2
6 4 4 0 8
0 0 1 1 9
8 22 48
86 9
8
Based on speculation and an educated guess, a police
administrator should be able to give a fairly accurate
estimation of the number of offenses which are alcoholrelated,
though. By subtracting the alcohol offenses broken
down above from the total offenses for each year, looking at
what other charges were filed, and taking into account the
nature of calls where different charges are usually filed, I
have come up with a conservative estimate of alcohol related
offenses of about 25%. That means one out of every four
persons charged with an offense other than an alcohol offense
were charged because a direct relationship to alcohol use or
abuse. Offenses like Disturbing the Peace, Vandalism,
Criminal Damaging, Criminal Mischief, Assault, and Resisting
Arrest are almost always alcohol- related offenses in
Granville. On the other hand, offenses like Theft, Burglary,
Robbery, Passing Bad Checks, and Permitting Dogs to Run At
Large are rarely, if ever, alcohol-related.
Persons Charged w/
All offenses
Persons Charged w/
Alcohol Offenses
Persons Charged w/
non- Alcohol Offenses
25%of non- Alcohol
Offenses
Total Offenses not
Alcohol or Alcohol-
Related
not Alcohol or
Alcohol- Related
Which are Alcohol
or Alcohol- Related
1985 1986 1987
89 161
43%
57%
201
5 104
35%
65%
1988 1989(Sept.)
242
7 116
39%
61%
126
214
160
39% 19%
61% 81%
The figures on the percentage of alcohol and alcohol- related
offenses vary quite a bit from year to year, with this year
obviously being the worst in the last five. This year alone,
81%fewer people would have been arrested and/ or charged, appeared in court, payed f ines, spent time in jail, and
created criminal histories for themselves that may haunt them the rest of their lives, had alcohol not been available.
That's 174 people in one small town only in one year, which is 3/4 over, who would not have had the problems they did
t
37 86 9
52 7 54
13 19 26 32 14
39 56 78 94 40
if it were not for alcohol use. If alcohol is always
available, but people start learning to use it more
responsibly and it becomes less "socially acceptable" to "tie
one on",we could drop these figures drastically.
Steve Cartnal
Chief of Police
t
WATER DEPARTMENT
MANAGER' S
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Sept. 1989
24. 39
813
2
12. 08
403
7. 5
M# '
.Ilg:t' '
REPORT
Aug. 1989
22. 221
717
8, 906
287
6. 5
Sept. 1988
26. 892
896
4
10. 051
335
5. 3
Fixed 4" main break at Denison. -
Denison University broke and repaired 3" water service line.
No permit violations at Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Conducted smoke test on West College and determined storm sewers on
Thresher Street and Burg Street empty into sanitary, sewers.
Fixed water service break on West Broadway.
Note:
MG) -
MGD) -
DT) ·-
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
i
43 63 26
0 1 0
10 7 3
31 34 46
1 New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Hot' Mix -Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS)
Inlets cleaned
Inside)
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
And Chipped (Loads)
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment)
Call Out
ZQNINQ
16
12
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
September 1989 August 1989
4%4"46
1 'it'.
.."i:,/':{ 'i.''
ff"it:21:*' 4:.,
17 211f*.,,·.· "
September 1988
Amount Manhoura Amount Manhoura Amount Manhours
2 4 12 t '*
5 8 24 2
1
All
16. 5 103
32
105 34
15
30
120
52
2
123
590
24. 5
4
120
1 1
all
7
Building Permits 2 10
Remodeling Permits 1 2
Sidewalk Permits 0 0
Demolition Permits 0 0
Sign Permits 0 4
aPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
16
1
18
40
22
32
25
748
3
6
208
104
52
168 Hrs.
34 Hrs.
35 Hrs.
20
144
75
0 4 I;
6
60
29
32
16
16 1
4
12
66
35
50
2
1
All
4
42
9
2 16
20 56
10 15
11 283
8 84
8
2
0
0
1
Mt' :
1
OTHER PROJECTS SEPTEMBER 1989
1) Power washed and painted outside of Service
Department Building
2) Set out and picked up barricades
3) Removed down limbs from storm
4) Worked on West Broadway storm sewer
5) Removed tree at 203 N. Plum &212 E. Elm
6) Hauled Gravel for stockpile
7) Removed deadwood in tree at College &Granger
8) Pushed back dump site
9) Marked parking spaces to repaint
10) removed stump and repaired walk at 212 E. Elm
11) Misc. concrete work
12) Seed and Strawed Misc. areas
13) Looked at wiring on traffic signal
14) Put out and picked up hoses in middle of town
15) Worked on Granger storm sewer
16) Assisted BPS with traffic control to
install ralumac
Total Hrs
94' Hrs
12 Hrs
16 Hrs
232 Hr£3
66 Hrs
6 Hrs
4 Hrs
4 Hrs
12 Hrs
24 Hrs
34 Hrs
16 Hrs
2 Hrs
1 Hr
24 Hrs
43 Hrs
590 Hrs.
1,
11
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
OMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Non- Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses 'Invstgtd:
Follow- up Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Delivered Mail: Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
VI/ TOTAL ADMIN:
10
5
301
66
82
41
66
0
1
572
Granville Police Department
Monthly Report***
September 1989
Quantity Time
5093
57
103
23
64
63
47
5
616
176
53
B9
28
15
681
9
7122
89
23
77
60
56
163
0
42
21
182
713
4.68
17.28
3.05
13.30
19.43
4.76
2.50
2.08
80
80
32.83
11.56
2.61
27.96
1.96
529.23
674.83
6.48
6.55
61.06
11.01
51.35
13.38
9.41
0
16
159.40
42.18
5.63
18.41
5.60
18.75
280.31
0
7.05
5.78
40.53
424.24
September. 1989
August 1989 September
Quantity Time Quantity
6478
53
153
84
102
27
36
3
697
199
78
119
16
11
1077
20
9153
11
1
225
36
51
22
108
24
77
78
87
B6
2
61
8
156
687
43
0
1
390
2.62
25.50
12.78
18.50
9.17
4.22
33
3.02
62
92
37.35
8.93
2.77
37.28
1.98
495.95
661.93
6.95
0
51.62
12.85
27.53
8.72
5. 17
0
17
113
39.87
5.75
13.15
6.27
23.67
186.20
2.42
4.42
1.55
40.85
324.13
3030
47
77
47
56
55
62
3
344
110
56
130
20
15
1038
5
5095
7
1
207
23
83
13
6
0
5
345
52
6
43
37
79
84
4
98
5
153
561
1988
Time
2.52
11.25
3.98
15.70
14.25
2.50
1.25
1.23
70
1.82
23.10
1.73
2.15
31.27
25
383.93
497.63
2.97
83
34.25
12.08
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1.70
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102.95
29.32
1.83
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3.58
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62.73
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6.77
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26.32
166.80
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized:
Total Mileage:
VEHICLE:
87 Ford LTD
88 Ford LTD
89 Ford LTD
Steve Cartnal
Chief of Police
Granville Police Department
Monthly Report***
September
549.80
5464
1989
Odometer
75709
9902
18575
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661
7276
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September 1989
1989 September 1988
Miles
1254
767
3443
334.80
3030
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DIVISION DATE 09/30/89
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B 1 STREET 8,263.48 5,197.81 3,195.77 10,265.52 2,063.31- 8,202.21-
c B .1 HibHWAY 676.44 24.02 250. 10 442.96 00 446.96
B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX 00 00 00 00 25,980.00 25.980.00-
C 1 DEBT SERVICE 65,458.19 9,965.17 10,267.92 65, 155.44 00 65, 155.44
L 2 SEWER LUNSIKULllUN HUND 226,900.76 1. 032.98 JO 227, 933.74 95.529.47 132,404.27
C 3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT 93.986. 19 iz.1.92 00 96.708.11 6,000.00 90,708.11
D 3 OWDA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 00 00 00 00 248,778.00 248,778.00-
A I ER 48, 991. 16 34.265.05 20,582.30 56,669. 91 12.555.35 44, 114.56
E 2 SEWER 30.690. 17 18,809.24 14, 413.29 35,086. 12 16.455.45 18.630.67
E 6 SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND 37,414.09 10,491.54 00 47.905.63 00 47,905.63
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E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 7, 035.41 132.600.00 00 139. 635.41 00 139,635.41
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Council Minutes October 4, 1989

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 4, 1989
CALL TIL ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meefing to order at 7: 30 p. m..
R1[LLC_ALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Morrow,
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager-Plunkett
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
EUBLIC_HEARING
Ordinance No. 31-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Section 505. 01 (b)
Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By
Amending The Required Control Of Dogs.
Larry Heuy spoke in opposition to Ordinance No. 31-89. He felt
that if the existing ordinance was enforced then new legislation
would not be necessary.
Ralph Baker spoke in favor of the ordinance, and felt that
the only way to control a dog was by using a leash.
Public hearing closed at 7: 40 p. m..Action on this ordinance
was held for old business.
Ordinance No. 32-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code
Of Ordinances Of. The Village Of Granville Establishing Skateboard Regulations.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public
hearing closed at 7: 42 p.m..Action on this ordinance was also held for old' business.
Ordinance no. 34-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88 And Appropriate Funds In The Water Capital Improvement Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 34-89. Public hearing closed at 7: 44 p.m..Action on this ordinance was held for old business as ,well.
MINUIES
Regular Council -Meeting September 20. 1989 -
Morrow moved that the minutes be
seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Councilmember
approved as presented. Motion
Motion carried.
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October 4, 1989
Page 2
CITIZENS- COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Randy Hammond
Mark Fenney
Larry Heuy
Marc Shulman
Richard Salvage
L. Hurwitz
Brenda Mix
Dan Freytag
Pete Marshall
Eve Deibel appeared before Council to speak on the subject of
child abuse and child pornography. Material was distributed
among members. She asked Mayor Eisenberg if he would proclaim
October 29, 1989 through November 5, 1989 as "Pornography Awareness
Week",and if Council would take a stand against these
issues by wearing a white ribbon during this time. Ms. Deibel
stated that she had talked with Chief Cartnal and he agreed to
wear the white ribbons and had no problem with putting the
ribbons on the police cruisers.
During discussion, Mayor Eisenberg stated that he would not
support ribbons on the Village Hall or the Police forcs or
cruisers. He would however, be in favor of a proclamation.
Councilmember Morrow stated that he would be in favor of a
proclamation as well, and noted that in one of the samples
given to Council for review it urges citizens to wear a white
ribbon during that week to show support.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt stated that the group Eve Deibel is
involved with can demonstrate in the Opera House Park that week.
He felt Council should offer that as they have for others, but
felt that was a far as Council should go.
Consensus of Council was in support of a proclamation.
Ms. Deibel thank Council for their support.
COMMJ TTEE REEQETS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
Development Commission meeting of September 27th. At that
meeting, the Commission request to held a public hearing on the Ormond' s rezone the property known as 130 North Main Street
from Village Residential District to Village Business District. Ms. Malcuit said the Development Commission recommends that the application to rezone the property be denied.
Mr. Kent s application for a sign was approved. The sign will be 18 feet from the road. Larry Heuy' s application for fencing was approved as well.
Ms. Malcuit said members discussed after-the-fact applica- tions again, and a notice was drafted that could be passed out by realtors to buyers.
Mayor Eisenberg commented that that was an excellent idea.
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October 4, 1989
Page 3
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Hughes reported that the
Commission met October Brd. The Wildwood Park shelter house was
coming along but had to be moved closer to the road to hook up
to the gravity feed sewer system. He recommended that a fence be
installed along West Broadway in front of the shelter house
because its so close to the road.
C.Qmpizellen.ely,e Planning Committee -Councilmember Morrow reported
that the Comprehensive Planning Committee met yesterday. The
Committee still found a lot of questions that had not been
answered and will have to wait and see what is going to be
presented by Woolpert Consultants in the next few weeks when a
draft will be presented to the Committee.
Councilmember Hughes asked that Mr. Morrow keep members
posted when the next meeting will take place.
QIiDBILSINESS
Ordinance No. 31-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 505. 01 (b)
Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By
Amending The Required Control Of Dogs",was moved for adoption
by Councilmember Rader, seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Discussion: Vice Mayor Schnaidt wanted to known what the
Village does now to keep dogs under control.
an/1,£1isente1f 31:32. that in t>+7 years he has yet to see Manager Plunkett stated that the Village Police Department
have not been sent out to pick up stray dogs. In the past, the
humane agent was called or the dog pound. Since the county no
longer has a humane agent, the only one to call now is the dog
pound, and in many cases when they get here the dog is no longer
around.
Roll call vote on the motion: Rader-yes, Hughes-no, Morrowno,
Malcuit-yes, Avery-no, Schnaidtn-o, Eisenbergn-o. Two yes votes, five no votes. Motion failed to carry. Ordinance No.
31-89 defeated.
Ordinance No. 32-89. "An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Skateboard Regulations",was moved for adoption by Councilmember Rader. No
second was offered. Ordinance failed for lack of a second.
kd.inan.ce N.01_4--8+8, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88 And Appropriate Funds In The Water Capital Improvement Fund", was moved for adoption by Councilmember Morrow. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Morrowy-es, Schnaidty-es, Hughes-yes, Malcuit-yes, Avery-yes, Radery-es, Eisenbergy-es. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 348-9 duly adopted.
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Village of Granville
October 4, 1989
Page 4
IlaINESS
Ormond Zoning Amendment Appeal -The Ormonds had verbally
relayed to Manager Plunkett that they wished to appeal the
Development Commission' s ruling on their application to rezone
the property known as 130 North Main Street from Village Residential
District to Village Business District.
Ann Munro, Village Law Director, stated that an appeal must
be received by Village Council in written form, and that no
public hearing can be scheduled by Village Council until that
requirement is met.
Solid Waste/Recycling -Randy Hammond, Account Representative,
and Mark Finney, Recycling Coordinator, Johnson Disposal,
presented Village Council with a franchise proposal to provide
the Village with a combination solid waste and recycling service.
Mr. Hammond distributed a brochure outlining their proposal, brief history a of the company, and areas that they now serve. Mr.
Finney talked about the recycling portion of the proposal. They
then offered to answer questions.
Following a lengthy question and answer session Mayor
Eisenberg thank Mr. Hammond for the presentation.
Council will continue the discussion on the refuse disposal/
recycling proposal at the next meeting.
Newspaper Tubes -Manager Plunkett stated that he received a request by phone from the Newark Advocate to install newspaper tubes on subscribers mailing posts on rural deliveries in the
Village. He explained that he had given the okay, and later some people objected. He called the Ailvocate back and told them to wait after hearing some opposition to the tubes. The tubes have the Advocate printed on them.
Following discussion among members of Council it was decided to turn this matter over to the Development Commission to determine if this would be a form of advertising. If no violation is found by the Development Commission then it would be up to each homeowner whether they wanted a newspaper tube installed.
Beggars ' Nigllt -Beggars night for the Village was set for COoctuonbceirl. 30th from 5: 30 p. m. to 7: 00 p.m.,by consensus of
ARdevseorlutitsioen No. 89-44, "To Authorize The Village Manager To For Bids For The Construction Of Sanitary Sewers, Storm Sewers And Pavement In South Plum Street And For Water Mains, Sanitary Sewers And Pavement In East Maple Street"w,as introduced, read in its entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember Morrow. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader.
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Village of Granville
October 4, 1989
Page 5
Discussion: Chuck Coghlan. Engineer, C. F. Bird &R. J.
Bull, Inc.,was on hand to explain his theory on why no bids were
received on these two projects, and why he felt the Village
should seek bids right away. Following a brief discussion among
members of Council, Manager Plunkett and Mr. Coghlan, the motion
carried. Resolution No. 89-44 duly passed.
Ordinance No, 33-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 371. 01 Of
The Granville Codified Ordinances And To Enact Section 313. 10 Of
The Granville Codified Ordinances Requiring Drivers Approaching
Intersections With Malfunctioning Signals To Come To A Complete
Stop And Yield Right-Of-Way And Declaring An Emergency", was
introduced and titled read in its entirety by Councilmember
Morrow.
Councilmember Morrow moved for passage of the Emergency
Clause and read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Malcuit. Roll call vote: Morrow-yes, Rader-yes,
Malcuit-yes, Avery-yes, Hughes-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Emergency Clause passed.
Councilmember Morrow moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
33-89. Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Roll call vote:
Morrow-yes, Malcuit-yes, Avery-yes, Rader-yes, Hughes-yes,
Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 33-89 duly adopted.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Development Commission -
ADJQ-URNMENT
October 11. 1989. 7: 30 p. m..
Councilmember Rader moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried. :
Meeting adjourned at 8: 56 p. m..
'K@est: _
ACLAULL,0 . <4:.- Clerk of Council J
Mayor
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Council Minutes September 20, 1989

1
1 REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
SEPTEMBER 20, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Morrow
PUBLIC HEARING
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Ordinance No. 29-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 29-89.
Public heating closed at 7: 33 p.m..Action on this ordinance was
held for old business.
MINUTES
August 16, 1989 -Council/ Development Commission Joint
Worksession -Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved that the minutes be
approved as distributed. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Malcuit. Motion carried.
October 6, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved that the minutes be approved as presented. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Pete Marshall
Marc Shulman
Richard Salvage
Liesha Hurwitz
Brenda Mix
No comments, questions
Orville Orr
David Leavell
Daniel Freytag
John G. Manns
Dorsey Moore
or concerns were voiced at this time.
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Village of Granville
September 20, 1989
Page 2
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
meeting of August 13th. At that meeting a public hearing was held
on Jim and Ann Ormond' s application to rezone the property known
as 130 North Main Street from Village Residential District to
Village Business District. Concerns voiced at the hearing
centered on the shortage of off-street parking and spot zoning.
Action on the application was tabled until the next regular
meeting of the Development Commission. Members of the Development
Commission wanted to hold their decision on the application
until the next Comprehensive Planning Committee' s meeting with
Woolpert Consultants to see if any concerns voiced at the
Ormond public hearing are addressed at that time. Other applications
reviewed and acted upon were as follows: Gib &Allene
Blackstone dba The Butcher Block, submitted an application
to install a wooden trellis in the alleyway entrance between
their business and Fuller' s Market; Peter Klein, 344 Summit
Street, to install a deck, hot tub, and fencing, and; JoAnn
Morey' s application to replace four kitchen windows at 326 West
College were all approved. The portion of Bob Kent' s sign
application tabled at the last meeting for lack of a clear
definition of a public right-of-way was also discussed. Ms.
Malcuit read the definition: If there is doubt where the' public
right-of-way is, then one must measure 12 feet from the pavement.
Mr. Kent will resubmit his application for this particular sign.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt asked Ms. Malcuit if anyone had checked
the fire regulations when reviewing the wooden trellis application
submitted by the Blackstones. Response to Mr. Schnaidt was
yes and was checked out by the fire department.
Comprehensive Planning Committee
Councilmember Morrow reported that the next meeting of the
Comprehensive Planning Committee has been scheduled for Tuesday,
October 3, 1989, at 4: 00 p.m.a.t,the Old Academy building. Mr.
Morrow encouraged all members to attend this meeting, and
stated that he wasn' t sure what direction the Comprehensive
Study was taking. He pointed out that we' re getting down to the
end, and what is done' now will affect both the Village and the
Township. Time for completion of the Comprehensive Plan is mid
November and the Planners are at least a month behind. He
encouraged everyone to follow closely from here on out.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of August was presented and
reviewed. Following review the Clerk was directed to file the
report. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
September 20, 1989
Page 3
these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of August was presented.
Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members. Discussion
centered on the new wastewater treatment facility and its
performance since the return of Denison students. It was noted
that the sewers on campus were flushed out prior to the students
return. Manager Plunkett also commented that it seems as though
the bugs in the system a year ago have been worked out.
Mayor Eisenberg asked about the final outcome on payment to
Poggemeyer Design Group, engineers for the new wastewater
facility. Manager Plunkett stated that everything was paid up
and no money due and payable.
Following review on other portions of the report, Councilmember
Rader moved that the Manager' s Report be approved. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried. A copy of that
report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 29-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses."
Councilmember Morrow moved to amend Ordinance No. 29-89 to
appropriate an additional $1,000 in Legal Contractual Services,
Account Al-7-K-230 to cover the cost of prosecutions for cases
transferred to municipal court. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Rader. Roll call vote: Morrow- yes, Rader-yes, Malcuit-yes,
Hughes- yes, Avery-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg- yes. Seven yes
votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 29-89 amended.
Councilmember Rader moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
29-89 as amended. Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Roll
call vote: Rader- yes, Morrow- yes, Malcuit-yes, Hughes-yes,
Avery- yes, Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg- yes. Seven yes votes. Motion
carried. Ordinance No. 29-89 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Lawn Chemicals
Discussion of this issue, one of great concern to many citizens
was initiated by Councilmember Malcuit. Ms. Malcuit was very
concerned about lawn chemicals and their affect on the ground
water. She first introduced her guest speakers (pro and con) on
the subject of lawn and side farm chemicals. She then read a
prepared statement. A copy of that statement will be attached at
a later date.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
September 20, 1989
Page 4
Guest Speakers on the subject of lawn chemicals and agriculture
pesticides were:
Mr. Rimelstach, Chem Lawn
Howard Siegrist, County Agent Agricultural from the
Licking County Cooperative Extension Office
Sandy Buchanan, Ohio Citizens' Action Group
Mr. Rimelstach, Chem Lawn, gave a talk on what his company was
all about, and brought brochures and printed material for people
to read. Mr. Rimelstach stated that his company really wants to
work with everyone and that they are more than willing to notify
adjacent property owners of any scheduled applications, if they
write a letter or notify them in advance that they wish to be
notified.
Ms. Malcuit felt that this was not enough. She felt that
Chem Lawn should be required to automatically notify abutting
property owners that they plan to apply chemicals to their
neighbors lawn.
Mr. Siegrist, County Agent-Agricultural, from the Licking
County Cooperative Extension Office, was next to speak and gave a
talk on farm pesticides. He noted that nitrate fertilizers were
the greatest risk. He said in most cases when they use pesticides
it' s less than 1/2%pesticide and 90%water. Mr. Siegrist also
noted that farmers have to go through a training program and be
licensed to use certain chemicals. This license has to be renewed
every three years at a cost of $30. 00. He also talked about a
pilot program still used in Licking County where they hire
scouts at minimum wage to go out on the farms and see what pests
are tolerable and what is the most damaging. He commented that
there has been a problem in keeping good scouts because of the
low rate of pay.
Last to speak was Sandy Buckanan, Ohio Citizens' Action
Group. Ms. Buchanan presented her facts on lawn and other
chemicals and supported her statements with printed material.
Following a lengthy question and answer session among
members of Council and several citizens, discussion on chemicals
closed. Ms. Malcuit thanked her guests for coming to the meeting.
Material passed out during the chemical discussion is
hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Resolution No. 89-41, "Resolution Accepting The Amounts And
Rates As Determined By The Budget Commission And Authorizing The
Necessary Tax Levies And Certifying Them To the County Auditor",
was introduced, read in its entirety and moved for adoption by
Councilmember Morrow. Motions seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Roll call vote: Morrow- yes, Rader-yes, Hughes- yes, Malcuit-yes,
Avery-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion
carried. Resolution No. 89-41 duly adopted.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
September 20, 1989
Page 5
Resolution No. 89-42, "A Resolution To Appoint A Member To The
Granville Improvement Board To Fill The Vacancy Created By The
Death Of Williams D. Chambers", was introduced, read in its
entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried. Resolution No.
89-42 duly passed. (New member: Harold Greten)
Resolution No. 89-43, "A Resolution To Accept The Resignation Of
Roger Roth From The Board Of Zoning And Building Appeals, And To
Fill The Vacancy Created By That Resignation", was introduced,
read in its entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember
Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 89-43 duly passed. (New member: Lyn Robertson)
Ordinance No. 31-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 505.01( b) Of
The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Amending
The Required Control Of Dogs", was introduced and title read in
its entirety by Councilmember Rader. Public hearing on this
ordinance was set for October 4, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 32-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code
Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Skateboard
Regulations", was introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Rader. Public hearing on this ordinance was also
set for October 4, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 34-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
And Appropriate Funds In The Water Capital Improvement Fund",
was introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember
Morrow. A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for
October 4, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
September 27, 1989, 7: 30 p.m. Development Commission Meeting
October 3, 1989, 4: 00 p.m. -Comprehensive Planning Committee/
Woolpert Consultants -Old Academy Building (Corner South Main
and West Elm Streets
EXECUTIVE SESSION
Councilmember Rader moved to go into Executive Session to
discuss legal matters. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Motion carried. Time 9: 00 p.m..
Councilmember Rader moved to return to regular session. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried. Time 9: 23
P.m..
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
September 20, 1989
Page 6
Motion for adjourned was made by Vice Mayor Schnaidt and seconded
by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 24 p.m..
test: -
Clerk of Council
Mayor <
To Members of Council:
Along with many others, I became concerned about the use of lawn
chemicals when I noticed that more and more people in this village are using
the services of lawn care companies who use chemicals that are potential
health risks and may very well contaminate our ground water. I hope you read
the information sent in your packet: I would like for you to refer to an
article entitled "Beware of Lawn Chemicals" in May-July, 1989 issue of Toxic
Watch with a chart "indicating short-term (acute) and long-term (chronic)
health effects of the most commonly used lawn care chemicals. I would like to
read that section:
Public Citizen, has compiled this chart indicating short-term
acute) and long-term (chronic) health effects of the most
commonly used lawn care chemicals. Acute effects may occur soon
after exposure to a pesticide and can include irritation to the
skin, eyes or respiratory tract, ando/r flu-like symptoms.
Chronic effects typically appear many years after exposure to a
hazardous pesticide and can include the development of cancer,
birth defects, gene mutations or damage to the liver, kidneys, and
nervous system.
For mutagens and carcinogens, there is no safe dose because injuries
from exposure are cumulative throughout life. One molecule can
theoretically trigger the beginning of cancer, or damage genes of
a future generation. Neurotoxins are designed to damage insects
by disrupting nerve impulses. Unfortunately, they can result in
nerve damage to humans.
Susceptibility to pesticide hazards vary. As many as 15 percent
of the population suffers from an increased sensitivity to various
chemical exposures, including pesticides, according to the
National Academy of Sciences. These people, known as environmentally ill or chemically sensitive, suffer harmful
effects when exposed to even small amount of pesticides.
The health information listed below is based on the active ingredients
listed in parenthesis after the trade name of each pesticide.
Only one of the pesticides listed has been completely tested for
its full range of health effects. Therefore, a blank cell on the
chart may mean that the health effects are unknown.
see the attached chart)
I wrote to Laura Weisst-h-e author of that articles-h-e is a Policy
Analyst for Public Citizen' s Congresswatch. I requested more information. I
received a copy of the report: Keep Off the Grass, Part II: An Analysis of
State Regulations Governing the Commercial Lawn Care Industry. As you can imagine, some states do have regulations, some don't. In this particular
report there is a chart entitled "Summary of State Laws and Regulations
Governing the Commercial Lawn Care Industry".I was anxious to see how Ohio compared with other states and I'm sorry to report that according to this
report, published in April, 1989, we are not doing too well.
I then called State Representative Marc Guthrie's office. and talked with
his assistant, Barbara Gilke, who is from Granville and is a Denison
graduate. She was able to get more information for me and sent me a copy of
the Ohio Administrative Rules, adopted May, 1989, Section 901 Department of
Agriculture with "requirements for notice for lawn pesticide applicators"
Section 901: 5-11-09. I' ll read those to you:
I' ve attached a copy of the section I read)
Okay, so now we have some regulations and that's good. I am bothered by
the fact that: if the chemicals are so safe, why do we have to post a sign
that states that children and pets should stay off the treated lawn for
anywhere from 24-48 hours. I worry about the people who live near those lawns
that are being treated. Do they not have the right to know that their
neighbor's lawns are being treated with chemicals?What if they have allergies
to the chemicals being used on the lawns next door?What about the customers--
do they really know what chemicals are being used and what effect these
chemicals will have on them, their children, their neighbors, and animals and
birds? The general publict-h-e customeris-- not a chemist and even if given
the names of the chemicals, as the new regulations suggest, do not have any
idea what effect the chemicals will have on them. I worry, too, about the
applicatorsth--ose people working for the lawn chemical companies who do the
spraying of these chemicals day after dayt-h-e cumulative effects of some of
these chemicals.
I feel it is our responsibility as members of Council to be concerned
about our ground water and about the effects of lawn chemicals on the
citizens of our Village. I don't believe the regulations went far enough. I
would like to see an ordinance that would require that neighbors of those
having their lawns treated be notifed in advanceth--eir RIGHT TO KNOW. The
responsiblity for that notification should be with the lawn care company along
with the customer and not have to be initiated by the neighbor, as stated in
section b. of the regulations. (I will read the regulations-e-e the attached).
What about those people who work during the day, they have no idea when the
lawn chemical company treated the neighbor's lawn? By regulation, the sign is
placed on the treated yard but how many return home late in the evening and
not have the opportunity to see the warning sign? It should be the
responsibility of the lawn chemical company to warn well in advance the
neighbors abutting the property of the lawn to be treated .
Regarding ground water contamination, I am particularly concerned about
the chemical Diazanoni-t- is used as an insecticide, it can cause irritation
to the skin, eyes, and throat; it causes flu-like symptoms and is a neurotoxin-- it affects the nervous system. In some states Diazanon is banned
on golf courses because of its potential for being a ground water contaminant. According to all of the material I have read, not enough research has been
done in this area so I'm not going to listen to someone tell me that it isn' t
a ground water contaminent until there is more research done in this area. Chemicals are a quick fix-we- need to think of safer ways.
Better living through chemistry" is not always true.
We have some guests that I would like to introduce: Sandy Buchanan from the Ohio Citizens Action group; Mr. Howard Siegrist from Licking County
Extension Service who will talk to us about agricultural pesticides and the
IPM program which is the Integrated Pest Management program that many areas
are using; and a Mr. Riemelspach from the Chemlawn Company. Mr. Siegrist
will speak first, followed by Mr. Riemelspach and then Sandy Buchanan. I
thank all of you for coming this evening.
Mary Ann Malcuit
3
1
TOXIC WATCH MAY-JULY, 1989
GUEST COLUMN
Beware ofLawn Chemicals
y 1-aura Weiss
In 1987, approximiitely 7.4 inillion Aitierian
households hired professional lawn care
onipanics to keep theirlawns green and weed
ree. To create the picture perfect lawn, these
com panics rely heavilyon chemkal pesticides.
Homeowners may be paying a high price in
potential health daniage due ic, routine exposure
to these chemicals. Of the forly pesticides
thai emprise over 95%of those cheinicals
used forcommercial lawn care.Public Citizen
has found that:
13 have been shown to cause cancer in lab
animals. 1 (2,4-D) has been linked to an
increase in hunian cancers. Nilie <1' ,cliese are
classified by the EPA as possible or probable
human carcinogens.
2 I have been shown to cause serious long
tertii health effects in animals or hua„n,s
including birth defects, gene mutati(ins, dermutitis,
or daitiage to the liver, kidneys, or
nervous syste,ii.
3(,havebeenshowntoproducea varietyof
shon term heakh effects in animals or hunians
including eye, skin or throat irritation or Ilulike
symptoms; and
only one has been completely tested for its
full range of health effects.
To better protect the public against the
hazards of these chemical pesticides, Public
Citizen recommends that people first consider
Aimonchemical alternatives for lawn care. Citinsshould
urge theirCongressional represen- tives to:
Insert a right-to-know provision in tlie Fed- vural insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide
Act (FIFRA)to require lawn care companies
to provide customers with information regarding
all known or potential short und long term
health effects of the pesticides used.
2. Amend FIFRA to include a health based
standard fur evaluating the risks associated
with pesticides used for ws,netic purposes;
3. Give the Iii'A the authi}rity to act against
Iiii.leading salety claitiix made by lawn care
companies and pri,hibil the use of more than
olie pesticide at one time; and
4. Appropriate additional io„nies fur EPA' s
Ii,teyrilled l'ev M.lit,ige!ie, ,11 (11'M) unit Ici
pri,itiote the use 01' non-clienlical pest control niethods.
1-aura Weiss is a Policy Analyst fur Public
C"ifizen's Ccingresswah·h, a rimsumer and
en,ir·onniental advocan'organizatiin, based in
it': ishingft,n.D.C'.Ft,r mt,re in/i,n,1,fi,in ah,iuf
mn henlical h7.,4·n c.i·rca/e/m,In #e·s,sm,e regu/,
f·ic,m..ot /,H·'n, care L·n(y,)I,n·ies, cir ht'1.t/h
i'/i·i/·rs c,p/e'stici'/es wrire t) it/h'/ie Citizen s'
c c' ,i/rri·xs,i·arc'h. 2/3 Penn.i.i.ii,,·i /.,1,· .c$·' .S, E, i#Li.h, ie„fc-,n, /I )2.(1((1.)2 (
Public Citizen, has compiled this chart indicating short-term (acute)and long-terti, c(hronic)health
eflectsol the most coninic,nly used lawn care ellenii ca Is. Acute effects may occursoon after exposure to a
pesticide and can include irritation to the skin, eyes or respiratory tract, and/or flu-like symptoms. Chrc)nic effects typically appear muny years after exposure to a hazardous pesticide and can include the
develc,pn,ent 4,f cancer,birth defects.gene mutationsordamage tothe liver,kidneys, and nervous system.
For nilit,igens and carcimigens, there is no safe dose because injuries from exposure are cumulative
throighc,ut Iiie. une mcilecule can theoretically trigger the beginning of cancer, or damage genes of a litture generation. Neurcili,xins are designed todamage insects by dist·upting nerve impulses.Unfortunately
they can result ii, nerve dan,age tu huinans.
Susceptibility to pesticide hazards vary. As niany as 15 percent f(,the population suffers from an increased sensitivity to various chemical exposures, including pesticides, according to the National
Acaden,y ol'Sciences. 7'liese people,known as environmentally ill orchemically sensitive,suffer harmful
effects when exposed to even small ainounts of pesticides.
1'he healiii iii fc,rtiiation listed below is based on the active ingredient listed in parenthesis alter the trade Af
hnaemaltehoeffleeaccths.pTehsetirceidfce,. Only one of the pesticides listed has been completely tested fur its lull range of I,fl re, a blank cell on the chart may mean that the health effects are unkm,wn. .A
t(I,„ U=•, = toirl:4, .• =, =
Othe,Kle0,0,Pots,tial
0,Th0, 1. _ CaF,*-.
Health Eects , ments
Aatrax (Aliazine) 11 X X
Accia1' 8e (n[oxip£9290311- . H ' 1
Banvel (Dicamba) H X
X
X
F .lungi
Restricted use in Calitoinia
High potential lot groundwaler
coiltamination
Barined on golf couises and
rotoxin sod farms: High potential for
Al health tests completed and u U,z» ,« v RY
Restricled use
In California
VANft,q, 2, -=r.'= -,
T,ade name lot some pesticides wer4e1-availatle v Y
X birth defects
X liver &kidney damage
ide 1 =Insecticide mijaWNwmk#m* i%ll**& 1MAMMU
3
skin allergies. congestion , Groundwaler contaminant ot lung,liver and kidneys
bith detects
Increased chance ol Restricted use in Calitornia, High potential
miscarriage lor groundwater contamination
Benlate (Benomyl) F
Belasan (BerideL H,---
Diphenamid H
DSMA. H X X
reurotoxin Groundwater contaminant
Kerb (Pronamide) H X High potential for groundwater contamination Malathion I
MCPA H X
Me<gpYj[ ,L(IH*- ] X
Restricted use in Calitornia
MSMA H X
Oflanot <Isolenphosl H X
Orthene (Acephale) 1 X X X High potential loT groundwater
Pie·M (PIi,id41[,jm} H -X '
Ull|dll)Irldl,O,1
Ronstal (O,adia,roill H X X
Aojnd-up (Gp!h,osale) H.
Sevin (Carbaryll X X kidney damage:mulagen
neuroloxin
Specllicide (Diazinon) X X neu
Subdue IMetalaxyl) F X
Surilan <Oinalift) 11 X
Irichlorton I X
Trimec 12, 4-01 H X
KEY· 11 -1 [i!!,ir:i,le
Baygon Itropoxurl I X X X neulotoxin High potential for groundwaler
contamination
X X X mutagen
X
Chipco (lprodione) mutagen
Dacthal (DCPA) X liver damage:dermalitis
Daconil (Chlorothalinol) F X X kidney damage
F
Groundwaler contammant
High potential for groundwater contamination: Implicated
in the death 01 Lt. George Prior
liver &thyroid damage High potential for groundwater contamination
X
X neurotoxin
X dermatilis
X del' !a!ll!S!:mt4!gen
X
X
1
OHIO ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
Adopted May 1989
901
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
901:5
Division of Plant Industry
Promulgated pursuant to RC Ch 119
901:5-11-09 Requirements for notice for lawn pesticide applicators
A)After the effective date of this rule,no licensee shall:
1)Apply any lawn pesticides to residential ipal lawns in any munic- corporation or subdivided area of a township unless:
a)They have left the following information in writing with the
person on whose property the chemical is applied:
i)The brand or common name of each lawn pesticide applied;
ii)The chemical type (fungicide, herbicide, or insecticide);
iii)The maximum concentration of end-use product applied to the lawn and rate of application;
iv)Any special instruction on the label of the lawn care pesti- cide product applicable to the customer;
tor' v)The company name and telephone number of the applica- s employer;
vi)The date and time of the application;
vii)Any other pertinent information as required by the depart- ment of agriculture.
b)They have made a reasonable attempt to provide, on the previous business day or before, both the approximate time of application and their company name and telephone number to any occupant of a residence whose property abuts to the property on which lawn pesticide is to be applied who has notified the licensee in writing, providing their name. address and telephone number, that hes/he wishes to receive prior notification of lawn pesticide applications.The license holder must make available either by tele- phone or in writing all information listed in paragraphs A( XIXa)i() to (A)( IXa*vii) of this rule to an abutting properly owner who
rceoqnutaecsttsingthe license holder following a lawn chemical application this information.
c)They have notified the customer in writing that signs posted in accordance with this rule must remain in place for twentyf-our hours following lawn application.
d)They have placed at conspicuous points, including, but not limited o[ , common access points on the property to which lawn pesticides have been applied, one or more signs:
i)After the effective date of this rule and until December 31, 1989, the sign shall be of any size and construction determined by ltahwe napplicator which is reasonably calculated to provide notice of chemical applications to passers-by.
ii)After January 31, 1990,the sign shall measure at least five inches by four inches on adjacent sides and be attached to the upper portion of a dowel or other supporting device. The bottom edge of the sign must be at least fourteen inches from the ground and the sign must be weather- proof for twenty-four hours.
symTbhoel islliugnstsrahtaelldb:e in the form and carry the wording and warning
Vertical line in margin denotes emergency rule. sec the User's Guide.
1099
The required warning symbol and lettering on the sign shall be in
the same proportion as the wording and warning symbol illustrated herein.No company logos or other advertising graphics may appear
woniththine ffiavcee foeeftthe sign. The signs posted at access points must be of the access point.
2)Apply any lawn pesticides to commercial lawns in any muncipal [sic]corporation or subdivided area of a township unless:
a)They have provided the information required in paragraph AX I Xa)of this rule and the approximate time of application with the individual on site who is responsible for administration of the property on which the lawn pesticide is applied.
b) They have posted the signs required under paragraph A)1(Xd)of this rule in the manner prescribed therein.
3)Apply any lawn pesticides to public lawns in any municipal
corporation or subdivided area of a township unless:
a)They have provided the information required in paragraph AX I Xa)of this rule and the approximate time of application to the individual on site who is responsible for administration of the prop- erty on which the lawn pesticide is applied.
b)They have either posted the signs required under paragraph AX'Xd)of this rule in the manner prescribed therein or they have permanently placed at common access points to the properly a sign no less than eight inches by ten inches with the legend:P "ERIODIC APPLICATION OF LAWN PESTICIDEINSQ-UIRE AT: l(oca- tion where information may be obtained)"
c)The information in paragraphs A(X I Xaxi)to A(X I Xaxvii)of this rule must be made available to the public upon request at the designated information location noted on the permanent sign. B)No licensee shall bear liability for the removal by unautho- rized persons of the signs required by this rule except that no licensee or his employee shall remove the signs prior to twenty-four hours following lawn pesticide application.
C)Paragraphs A( X l), A(X2)and A( X3)of this rule do not apply to any licensee while making the following pesticide applications: 1)Any application to any property that is an agricultural dis- trict or that would meet the eligibility requirements established for
an agricultural district under Chapter 929.of the Revised Code, on which agricultural commodities are or will be produced: 2)Any termite application:
3)Any application for the purpose of the maintenance, opera- tion or construction of a public utility;
May 1989
WMMM
LAWN CHEMICAL
APPLICATION
ABUrTING RESIDENTS
MAY RECEIVE
ADVANCE NOTICE
COMPANYNAMEP H&ONE NUMBER)
fill ...,
JRAFFIC,. CITATIONS PROCESSED:
Excessive Speed:
Assured Clear Distance:
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor's Court Monthly Report
August 1989 July 1989
HUNTIF-A U H I ll -.
Augus,t-1988
Fluil'ilf--/
rage 1.
NCIAL STATEMENT 1-anc-e -of-Bo-nd-Mo-tley from Last Month:
at Motley Collected for this Montli :
total Paid to State (RRF&GRF):
CASES PROCESSED IN FlAYOR'S COURT .'.:
CASES TRANSFERRED FROM MAYOR'S COURT
1 ro Licking County Multiclpal Court: - 2
4 3 To Juvenile Court: 2
opn Willful/Wat,ton Disregard for Safety:
lopn without Reasonable Control:
2132.00 1196.00 1721. 00
9285.00 8345.00 6704.00
2082.00 1737.00 743.00
otal Paid 2988.00 294.00 652.00 it, Refunds/Overpayments:
Total Paid to General Fund: 5482.00 5378.00 6002.00
Balance of Bond Motiey Remalt,ing,tin Account: 865.00 2132.00 1028.00
GENERATED CASES BY THE GRANVILLE .POLICE -DEPARTMENT
Traffic Cltationst 153 140 41
52 21 43
Farking Tickets:
Criminal Complaints: 30 8 6
Traffic Oltations: 142 135 40
Parking Tickets: 52 21 40
30 8 minal Complaints: 6
es Dismissed: 1-' REPAIRS MADE -7 8 3
66
45
Guilty Waivers (payments out of court):
66
Cases Appearing in Court:
46
22
24
61 82/4 28-
4 2
Ulsregarding Red Signal: 20, 12 1
10 5 1Ularegarding Stop Sign: 3
Uloregarding All Other Trafflc Control Devices: 0 0 0
nal: 1 0 0
I (Alcol,01/Drugs): 5 6' 1
en Contaltier/Liquor Cousumption: 8 1 Q
1 0 0
3 1 0 0
August 1989
MON 111
0
July 1989
MON'111
August 1988
MUNlit
1B[AF1,4C_ITATIONS PROCESSED c( on't)
eeing a Police Officer:
uealing Tires/feeling/Cracking Exhaust:
Fermitting/Or: Riding/Hanging Outside Vehicle;
U-Turn (Opposite Direction/Enter Parking Place):
Failure to Yiald:
Equipment Violation:
Pedestrian Violation:
Failure to Report a Crime:
Obstructing Official Business:
Failure to Aid a Police Officer:
1
0 0
0 1 0
0 0 0
13 6 2
0 3 1
8 3 2
0 0 0
2 5 0
No Operators/Chauffers License:
2 3 0
Opn Under Suspension/Revocation:
2 0 0
No Motorcycle Endorsement:
Restriction Violation: 0 0 0
Registration/Title Violation: 2 1. 2
Leaving 0 0 0 the Scene o f an Accident:
Failure 0 0 0 to Stop for School Bus Unloading/Loading:
0 0 0
Improper Passing:
0 1 1
All Others:
MINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
nlmal Offenses: 1
Disorderly Conduct/Public Intoxication:
6 IDisturbing the Petice:
Drug Abuse/PosseSSion: 2
Gambling Offenses:
Littering:
Falsification: 1 1
Obstructiug Justice:
Resisting Arrest:
auggf8*#4#8A13[ *1%8%X#MU)[P*ossession of Alcohol 6
Misrepresentationt 2 1 3
pen Contaitier in a Public Place: 8 1
exual Impooltion:
ubllc Itidecency:
Voyeurlsm:.
Importuning:
Assault:
RbviSED PARKING 11(kEI (5/11/8/)
V10 # 1-Parkitig on Sidewalk or Curb Lawu:
Auguit 1989 July 1989
11011' T lHtU- NT-II
0 #13 P-arked U oti a Brldgs_g_r_uverass :_ -1 V10 #14-Parked it, Roadway Creatlt,r,aTraffic [lazard: 2
SILuLlqU!2!!-I9SL.IPl_arked-willLLL_LLILiLLlitre_1!ydratit: I i 22M. ed2_-LL£gl-lute to Pay: 1.___1_______
11 -
August 1988
HONTIF--
4
FRiMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED (con't)
Aggravated Menacing/ Menacing:
dangering Children:
elephone Harrassmebt:
Illomestic Violence:
Criminal Trespass:
Petty Theft:
Unauthorized use of Property/Vehicle:
Passing Bad Checks:
Receiving Stolen Property:
Carrying a Concealed Weapon:
Improperly Handling Firearm in Motor Vehicle:
Discharging Weapons:
Fireworks Violations:
CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINAUENCY 1
5
6
VIO #2-Blocking rublic or Frlvate Driveway: 1
Vio #3-Parkid within 20 ft of ati intersection: 1 2
VIO #4-Parked on a Crosswalk: 1
VIO #5-Parked in a No Parking Zone: . 8 15 9
VIO #6-Far13ed Too Far from Curb (Ift or nioreL: 10
910 #1-Pared itt Same Spot in Excess of 72 Hours: 1
VIO #8-Oveftlme Parklug: 24
Vlo #9-Parked Facitig lt, Wroug Direction: 1 13 4 6
VIO #10-Parked Outside of Marked Parklug Space: 1 1 1
0 #Il-In Haidlca ed Zone w/0 rto er Ta s/Placard: _ 1
12-Double Parked: 1
1
Arson:
Criminal Damaging:
Criminal Mischief:
2
1 1
All Others:
ETHNIC INTIMIDATION 2
ICTITIOUS LICENSE 1
AILED TO APPEAR 2 1
2
MANAGER' S REPORT
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
Auguit_198
22.221
717
1
63
1
7
8. 906
287
6. 5
July 1989
21. 962
708
5
41
15
5
9.31
August 1988
23.74
77
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Completed annual maintenance of settling, mixing, C02 Tanks.
Repaired 1-1/4" water main at Burg &West College Streets.
Eliminated two leaking abandoned water services at Burg and Sheppard Place.
Cleaned Denison sewers in preparation for students return.
Painted fire hydrants in Bryn Du Woods &Pinehurst.
Wastewater plant has had no permit violations in 1989.
Note:
MG) -
MGD) -
DT) -
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
7. 49
4
26
1
4
24
3.9
34 19 59
30
5. 6
NSeigwnsSigRnesplaced
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS)
Inlets cleaned
Inside)
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads)
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment)
Call Out
ZQNINQ
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
40
15
1
18
748
3
22
32
25
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
August 1989 AilguntligaL
AmnunLManhauna AmnunLManhgluil AmaunLManhnian
120
1
all
7
52
20
144
75
6
208
104
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
13
104 Hrs.
0-Hrs.
51 Hrs.
90
15
2
all
4
21
32
12
4
19
146
28
47
4
4 3 24
14 40
275 243
17 231
2 4 3 3
2 4 4 4
4 30 3
3
6 84
6
0
10 7 2
2 1 3
0 0 0
0 0 0
4 0 1
OTHER PROJECTS AUGUST 1989
1) Storm Sewer work at 222 South Main. 20
2) Storm sewer work on West Broadway. 154
3) Trimmed back branches and deadwood on Milner Road._110
4) Worked on Schaffer-Newhouse ditch. 48
5) Repaired drain tile at 451 Granger. 12
6) Set out barricades. 2
7) Cleaned Misc. open ditches around town. 36
8) Installed water pump on backhoe. 8
9) Repaired sidewalk and curb in misc. areas around town. 69
10) Removed Misc. deadwood and trees around town 172
11) Berm work at Newark-Granville and Cherry Valley Rd. 36
12) Worked on chipper. 21
13) Worked on flashing school light on North Pearl. 3
14) Worked in Chapin Place. 33
15) Power washed outside of Service Department building to prepare for painting. 24
TOTAL HOURS
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
Hrs.
748 Hrs.
August 1989
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
MPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Mon-Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidnts:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses Invstgtd:
Follow- up Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Delivered Mail:
SummonsP/apers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
Granville Police Department
Monthly Report***
August 1989
Quantity Time
6478
53
153
84
102
27
36
3
697
199
78
119
16
11
1077
20
9153
11
1
225
36
51
22
43
0
1
390
108
24
77
78
87
86
2
61
8
156
687
2.62
25.50
12.78
18.50
9.17
4.22
33
3.02
62
92
37.35
8.93
2.77
37.28
1.98
495.95
661.93
6.95
0
51. 62
12.85
27.53
8.72
5. 17
0
17
113
39.87
5.75
13.15
6.27
23.67
186.20
2.42
4.42
1. 55
40.85
324.13
July 1989 August 1988
Quantity Time Quantity Time
6884
21
137
50
159
21
67
4
563
159
25
132
31
24
907
01
9215
9
1
274
19
74
10
8
1
0
396
93
27
66
81
65
100
2
48
1
188
671
87
22.02
7.85
27.52
16. 17
5.25
63
3.03
1. 68
1.22
47.93
11.53
4.28
27.20
4.25
588.23
769.67
4.58
2.22
46.92
5-80
58.63
1.90
1. 42
1. 13
0
122.60
45.93
6.62
14.27
8.30
22.87
66.12
03
4.08
08
40.22
208.52
3804
43
41
55
66
21
64
6
380
96
70
160
19
27
1688
6
6546
9
1
198
12
78
6
10
1
4
319
59
8
38
40
77
52
5
42
9
180
510
2.53
7.25
4.67
19.22
3.75
2.93
67
1.47
65
2.23
30.08
2.08
3.93
46.08
53
369.68
497-77
5.25
32
33.82
7.23
48.92
2.98
2.53
10
0
101. 15
33.13
2.58
9.83
3.37
15.33
34.98
17
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Council Minutes September 6, 1989

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
SEPTEMBER 6, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Councilmember Morrow
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Avery
PUBLIC HEARING
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Ordinance No. 25-89 -An Ordinance Establishing A Law Enforcement
Trust Fund In Accordance With Ohio Revised Code Section 2933. 33.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public
hearing closed at 7: 34 p.m..Action on Ordinancd No. 25-89 was
held for old business.
Ordinance No. 27-89 -
Excrement.
An Ordinance To Require The Removal of Dog
Those who spoke in favor of this ordinance were: Ralph Baker,
Peter Marshall, Gene Davis. Larry Huey was opposed to the
ordinance. Public hearing closed at 7: 40 p.m..Action on
Ordinance 27-89 was held for old business.
MINUTES
August 16, 1989 -Council/ Development Commission Joint Worksession
-Approval of these minutes were held for the September
20th Council Meeting.
August 16, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved to approve the minutes as distributed. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Councilmember Rader asked for and received a brief review
of the statistics on citations issued in the Village discussed at the August 16, 1989 meeting.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Brenda Mix
B. E. Mason
C. Huey
Leisha Hurwitz
P. L. Marshall
Mark Zarbaugh
Larry Huey
Marc Shulman
JoAnn Morey
Richard Salvage
Steven Cartnal
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September 6, 1989
Page 2
Larry Huey, 129 West College Street, requested that something be
done officially about the traffic on West College Street. He
contended that the speeds on West College Street were
outrageous nd that something had to be done. Mr. Huey did not
feel that this was a student problem, but rather the street
seems to encourage people to speed.
Mayor Eisenberg asked Manager Plunkett how the request
could be dealt with in an official manner.
Manager Plunkett said that the Police Department have
patrolled the area more than once a month. Chief Cartnal stated
that no matter where the police cruiser is parked it is in plain
sight which automatically slows people down. Mr. Plunkett
stated that ODOT' s traffic rules dictate that stop signs cannot
be used to regulate the speed of traffic. Mr. Plunkett also
reported that speed signs have been ordered for this area.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt stated that he would be in favor of a
stop sign perhaps on a trial basis.
Councilmember Hughes stated he would rather see optional
speed signs first.
Mayor Eisenberg suggested that the speed signs be given a
thirty day trial and if that' s not successful then Council will
consider other measures.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
August 23, 1989 meeting. At that meeting the Commission debated.
the Granville Golf Course request for four signs. Two of the
signs were stone piers, which were approved. Approval of the sign
for the old clubhouse was contingent upon a zoning change.
Approval of the fourth sign (four foot from the sidewalk),
was tabled until an accurate definition of a public right-of-way
could be presented.
Drew McFarland' s application to install a sign for his law
practice, at 120-1/2 East Broadway was approved, and an application
submitted by Ann Schellens, to install a wrought iron
railing at 136-1/2 N. Mulberry was also approved.
Improvement Board -
Bill Chambers
Discussion of an Appropriate Memorial for
Members of the Improvement Board presented their suggestions for
an appropriate memorial for Bill Chambers. Marc Brockman said
there were two areas pf great interest to Mr. Chambers. They
were: Old Colony Burial grounds, and the area on East College
street currently vacant. He suggested something more than just planting a tree in this area.
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Mayor Eisenberg commented that several persons have
suggested renaming the Opera House Park to the Bill Chambers
Memorial Park. Members of the Improvement Board had discussed
this suggestion, but felt that the Opera House Park would always
be remembered as the Opera House Park and felt that Bill' s
memorial should be something new, more of a quite reminder of
Bill.
Following discussion, Mayor Eisenberg asked members of the
Improvement Board if they would further discuss this matter and
come back to Council with their best recommendation. He then
thanked the members for coming to the meeting to present their
ideas.
Granville Recreation Commission -Councilmember Hughes reported
that he talked with Rod &Debby McPeek in regards to how the
Recreation Commission felt about the Licking County Park
District. At the meeting there were ten members -present, and the
matter was put to a vote. The vote was as follows: two members
abstained from voting, two voted for it, and six members were
opposed. Mr. Hughes said the main reason for voting this issue
down was the vagueness of what the Licking County Park District
was all about and the financing of such a district.
Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Morrow moved
that the Village Manager be directed to inform Judge Moore that
the Village Council would request not to be included in a County
wide Park District. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt.
Motion carried. This motion will be put into resolution form and
assigned a number. Please see Resolution No. 89-40.
OLD BUSINESS
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Ordinance No. Trust Fund In A2c5co8-rd9a,n cA"en WOridthinaOnhcieo REesvtaisbeldishCiondge ASeLcawtioEn n=2f9o2-r-2c-4e.m2 e,nt33
was moved for adoption by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Morrow. Following discussion, a roll call vote
on the motion for adoption was conducted: Malcuit-yes, Morrow- yes,
Rader-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Avery-yes, Hughes-yes, Eisenbergyes.
Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 25-89 duly
adopted.
Ordinance No. 27-89, "An Ordinance To Require The Removal Of Dog
Excrement", was moved for adoption by Councilmember Hughes.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Roll call vote on the
motion for adoption: Hughes-yes, Morrow- yes, Malcuit-yes,
Avery-yes, Rader-no, Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg- yes. Six yes votes,
one no vote. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 27-89 duly adopted. 1
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September 6, 1989
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Stoner' s Fruit Stand
At the meeting of August 2, 1989, Council discussed the matter
of Andrew Stoner dba Stoner' s Fruit Stand, Newark-Granville
Road (between Jones Road and Cherry Valley Road).Since the area
in question is zoned residential, the Village' s Zoning Inspector
issued a notice to Mr. Stoner that he was in violation of the
Zoning Ordinance and that he would have to cease operation of
his business at that location. Mr. Stoner appeared at the August
2, 1989 meeting and requested permission to continue his operations
for the season. Village Council at that time put Mr.
Zarbaugh' s notice on hold until the matter could be further
discussed.
Continuing the discussion of Mr. Stoner' s Fruit Stand,
Village Council further debated the. issue. Members discussed
their feelings on the matter. Finally, Councilmember Morrow
moved that Mr. Stoner be given ten days to ceasd operation of
his fruit stand at the Newark-Granville Road location. Motion
seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Morrow- yes,
Schnaidt- yes, Hughes-no, Malcuit no, Avery-no, Rader-no,
Eisenberg-yes. Three yes votes, four no votes. Motion defeated.
Councilmember Hughes moved that Mr. Stoner be given thirty
days to cease operation of his fruit stand at the Newark-
Granville Road location. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery.
Roll call vote: Hughes-yes, Avery- yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuit
yes, Morrow- no, Rader-no, Eisenberg-no. Four yes votes, three no
votes. Motion carried.
Sharon Joseph, 104 Chapin Place Ms. Joseph presented members
of Council with copies of her written account of a disagreement
between the Village Manager, the Service Department and herself
in regards to replacing her ground cover «E(llonymo_us ) ,which was
destroyed when the Service Department did some drainage work in
the Chapin Place area. Ms. Joseph claimed that the euonymous was
planted in the right-of-way asf,a and the slope area of her front
yard. She produced before and after photographs of the area in
question. Ms. Joseph said she was not happy with what had been
done so far and stated tha't shew 'a-s promised that this area would
be restored as it was before the drainage work was done. She also
presented a statement of personal and financial loss of what it
would cost for her to restore this area, amounted to $1,274.00.
Mark Zarbaugh, Service Director, presented his account of
the event, and what his department did to restore the area.
Discussion followe8 among members of Council. Consensus of
Council was that the Village had done everything they could to
restore Ms. Joseph' s yard and did not feel they had an obligation
to do more. The area whichw-as public right-of-way, Ms. Joseph would have the choice of grass or gravel.
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September 6, 1989
Page 5
Carrie Fontaine, 117 Thresher Street
Joe Hickman, Granville Utilities Director, was present this
evening to review with Council some new information in regards
to the mysterious loss of water at Ms. Fontaine' s residence. A
pipe was discovered in Ms. Fontaine' s basement that lead to the:
outside but not to the outside water spigot. With this new
information any action to turn Ms. Fontaine' s water off was
postponed until more information is available.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 89-36, "A Resolution Authorizing The Village
Manager To File An Application And Enter Into Agreement With The
Ohio Department Of Natural Resources For The Purpose Of Acquiring
Funds Through The Litter Prevention And Recycling Program
Pursuant To the Ohio Litter Control Act Of 1980;And Declaring An
Emergency"w,as introduced, read in its entirety, and moved for
passage by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Avery. Following a brief discussion, the motion carried.
Resolution No. 89-36 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-37, "To Reject The Bid Received For The
Construction Of A Salt Storage Facilityw"a„s introduced, read
in its entirety, and moved for passage by Vice Mayor Schnaidt.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried. Resolution
No. 89-37 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-38, "To Authorize The Village Manager To
Advertise For Bids For Reconstruction Or Relining Of Sanitary
Sewers In Chapin Place", was introduced, read in its entirety,
and moved for passage by Councilmember Hughes. Motion seconded
Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-37 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-39, "A Resolution To Ratify The Action Of The
Board Of Licking County Commissioners In Adjusting The Formula By Which Local Government Revenue Assistance Fund Monies Are
Distributed Among Villages",was introduced, read in its
entirety, and moved for passage by Councilmember Morrow. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Ordinance No. 28-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No.26-89,
To Authorize The Licking County Board Of Elections To Submit The Question "Shall The Charter Of The Village Of Granville Be Amended As Recommended By The Village Council"T,o The Electors Of The Village On The November 1989 Ballot, And Declaring An
Emergency"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by
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Page 6
Councilmember Avery. Councilmember Avery moved for passage of
the emergency clause and read this section in its entirety.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Roll call vote: Averyyes,
Morrow- yes, Rader-yes, Hughes-yes, Malcuit-yes, Schnaidtyes,
Eisenberg-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Emergency
clause duly passed.
Councilmember Avery moved for adoption of Ordinance no.
28-89. Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Roll call vote:
Avery-yes, Morrow- yes, Rader-yes, Hughes- yes, Malcuit-yes,
Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 28-89 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 29-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses", was introduced
and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Rader. A
public hearing on this ordinance was set for September 20, 1989,
at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 30-89, "An Ordinance Providing For The Issuance Of
132,600 Of Notes By The Village Of Granville, Ohio, In Anticipation
Of The Issuance Of Bonds, For The Purpose Of Constructing
Improvements To The Municipal Water System, And Declaring An
Emergency", was introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Morrow.
Councilmember Morrow moved for passage of the emergency
clause and read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded by
Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Morrow- yes, Schnaidt-yes,
Rader-yes, Malcuit-yes, Avery-yes, Hughes- yes, Eisenberg- yes.
Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Emergency Clause passed.
Councilmember Morrow moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
30-89. Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Roll call vote:
Morrow- yes, Malcuit-yes, Rader-yes, Avery-yes, Schnaidt-yes,
Hughes- yes, Eisenberg-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 30-89 duly adopted.
Mr. Joe Magdisch, Seasongood &Mayer was present to answer
any questions Council may have on this ordinance.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Development Commission Meeting
P.m..
Wednesday, September 13th, 7: 30
Comprehensive Planning Town Meeting -Thursday, September 14th,
at the Granville high school, 7: 30 p.m..
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September 6, 1989
Page 7
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment, seconded by Councilmember
Malcuit. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 48 p.m..
Attest:
erk of Cou'nci
53: Mayor

Council Minutes August 16, 1989

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CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
AUGUST 16, 1989
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Morrow
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Avery
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Avery moved to excuse absentee member Rader. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
Manager Plunkett noted at this time that the "Notice of Public
Hearing" for Ordinance No. 25-89 failed to meet requirements for
being advertised in the local paper. Due to this error the
public hearing for Ordinance 25-89 has been extended to
September 6, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
MINUTES
August 2, 1989 -Council/ Development Commission Joint Worksession
Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved that the worksession minutes be
approved as corrected. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Motion carried.
August 2, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved that the minutes be approved as distributed. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
CITIZENS COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
B. E. Mason
L. Hurwitz, Booster
Brenda Mix
No comments, questions or concerns were voiced at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of July was presented and
reviewed. Discussion centered ions at the Cherry Valley on the increase n traffic citat- and State Route 16 intersection. Mayor Eisenberg strongly supported the Village Police Officers monitoring
this section. Following review of the report, the Clerk was directed to file the report. A copy of that report is attached hereto as part of these minutes.
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August 16, 1989
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MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of July was presented.
Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members of Council.
Joe Hickman, Utilities Director, was on hand to answer any
questions Council might have in regards to the Water &Sewer
portion of the Manager' s Report. Members asked Mr. Hickman how
his survey was coming along to locate water leaks. Mr. Hickman
stated that nothing significant had materialized as a result of
the survey. Leaks that were located have made only a small dent
in the water l'oss. Even with the leak locators and other methods,
they can' t seem to find the big leaks. Mr. Hickman passed around
an old galvanized piece of pipe taken from a recent water line
repair. Light could be seen coming through the sides of the old
pipe. Mr. Hickman commented that the Village will be plagued with
this type of problem until all of the old lines are replaced.
Following review and discussion, Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved for
approval of the Manager' s Report. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Malcuit. Motion carried. A copy of that report is attached
hereto as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
Commission' s meeting of August 9th. At that meeting a sign
permit for Libby Smith for her home occupation was approved. Bob
Kent' s application for four signs was tabled. Louise Daniel' s
application for vinyl siding was approved. The Commission also
received an application to rezone a piece of property located on
North Main Street from Village Residential District to Village
Business District submitted by Mr. &Mrs. Jim Ormond, to relocate
the "Sampler" shop. A public hearing on the Ormonds rezoning
request was scheduled for September 13, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
OLD BUSINESS
Water Booster Bids -Chuck Coghlan of C.F.Bird &R. J.Bull, Ltd.,
was on hand to explain to members of Council why he felt the bids
for the Burg Street Water Booster Station came in so high.
The original estimate for the job was $120,000 and was later
reduced to $95,000. The bid criteria, requiring a larger fire
pump specified by the Fire Department, a structure above ground,
and an exterior finish desired by Denison University, jumped the
price up considerably. Mr. Coghlan also stated that there wasn' t
an overwhelming interest in this project, perhaps because of so
much work available for contractors this year.
Manager Plunkett explained why the decision was made to go
with an above ground structure rather than with an underground
structure: 1) Ease of maintenance, 2) safety to employees, and;
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3) a standard the Village applies to developers when their
projects require a water booster facility.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 26-89, "An Ordinance To Authorize The Licking
County Board Of Elections To Submit The Question "Shall The
Charter Of The Village Of Granville Be Amended As Recommended By
The Village Council" To The Electors Of The Village On The
November 1989 Ballot, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced,
and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Hughes.
Councilmember Hughes moved for passage of the Emergency
Clause Section II, and read the title and Section II in its
entirety. Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Roll call
vote: Hughes-yes, Morrow- yes, Malcuit-yes, Avery-yes, Schnaidtyes,
Eisenberg- yes, Rader-absent. Six yes votes, one member
absent. Emergency Clause, Section II, duly passed.
Law Director Munro asked members to read the ordinance over
carefully and be sure that the ordinance says what they want it
to say. Following a thorough review and discussion, consensus of
those members present was to amend Ordinance 26-89 as follows:
Section I, (B) Section 8.01 e titled Planning Commission instead
of Development Commission in title as well as in the text
following; delete the last sentence in paragraph which spells
out a compensation rate of $5.00 per month, and; in Section I,
C) Section 8.02, deleting the last sentence in that paragraph
which spells out a compensation rate of $5.00 per month.
Councilmember Hughes moved that Ordinance No. 26-89 be
amended as outlined in the preceding paragraph. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Morrow. Roll call vote: Hughes- yes, Morrow-yes,
Avery-yes, Malcuit, Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg-yes, Rader-absent.
Six yes votes, one member absent. Motion carried. Amendment to
Ordinance No. 26-89 duly passed.
Councilmember Hughes moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
26-89 as amended. Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Roll
call vote: Hughes-yes, Malcuit-yes, Avery-yes, Morrow- yes,
Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg- yes, Rader-absent. Six yes votes, one
member absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 26-89 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 27-89, An Ordinance To Require The Removal Of Dog
Excrement", was introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Hughes. A public hearing for this ordinance was
scheduled for September 6, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 89-32, "To Award The Bid For The Installation Of
A New Water Booster Station Subject To Financing The Project
With A One-year General Obligation Note", was introduced and
read in its entirety, and moved for passage by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Avery.
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August 16, 1989
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Discussion:
proposal for fina
obligation note.
passage of Resolu
duly passed.
Manager Plunkett explained to members his
ncing the project with a one-year general
Following review and discussion, the motion for
tion No. 89-32 carried. Resolution No. 89-32
Resolution No. 89-33, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter
Into An Initial Underwriting Agreement With Seasongood &Mayer
For The Sale Of A General Obligation Note In The Amount Of
132, 600 For The Construction Of A New Water Booster Station",
was introduced, read in its entirety, and moved for passage by
Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow.
Discussion: Councilmember Morrow asked Manager Plunkett how
the bond fee and legal counsel would be paid. Manager Plunkett
explained that this would be paid from available funds of water
revenues. Seasongood &Mayer would finance the $132,600, buy the
notes from the village at 6.2%,and sell at 6.5%.Following more
discussion, motion on passage of Resolution No. 89-33 carried.
Resolution No. 89-33 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-34, "To Authorize The Village Manager To
Advertise For Bids For The Construction Of Sanitary And Storm
Sewers In South Plum Street", was introduced and read in its
entirety, and moved for passage by Councilmember Malcuit.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow.
Discussion: Chuck Coghlan explained to members of Council
the criteria for this project along with the project depicted in
Resolution No. 89-35. He said the time frame for completion of
this work will be crucial and hoped that the weather holds so
that the street paving can be completed as well. Mr. Coghlan
explained that the there would be inlets sticking up that
potentially could be hit if paving is not done after the utility
work has been completed. If not, then barricades would have to be
placed at the inlets to protect them until the work could be done
in the spring. This information led to a lengthy discussion among
members of Council about trying to speed the process by adding
street paving to both projects, and perhaps combining both the
South Plum Street Bids and the East Maple Street bids to
encourage more bidders. Mr. Coghlan suggested that the South Plum
Street and East Maple Street projects be bid separately and
explained his reasoning for that suggestion.
Following further discussion, Councilmember Malcuit moved to amend Resolution No. 89-34 by adding pavement to the title: " Authorize The Village To Manager To Advertise For Bids For The
Construction Of Sanitary Sewers, Storm Sewers And Pavement In South Plum Street"M. otion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried. Motion for passage of Resolution No. 89-34 as amended carried. Resolution No. 89-34 duly passed.
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Resolution No. 89-35, "To Authorize The Village Manager To
Advertise For Bids For The Construction Of Water Mains And
Sanitary Sewers In East Maple Street",was introduced and read in
its entirety by Councilmember Morrow. Motion seconded by Vice
Mayor Schnaidt.
Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Morrow moved to
amend Resolution No. 89-35 by adding pavement to the title "To
Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The
Construction Of Water Mains, Sanitary Sewers And Pavement In
East Maple Street".Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt.
Motion carried. Motion for passage of Resolution No. 89-34 as
amended carried. Resolution No. 89-35 duly passed.
Ordinance No. 27-89, "An Ordinance To Require The Removal Of Dog
Excrement", was introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Hughes.
A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for
September 6, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Council noted that Mr. Stoner, dba Stoner' s Fruit Stand, had been
present at the meeting earlier, but left. Manager Plunkett
was directed to write to Mr. Stoner and ask him to meet with
Village Council at their September 6th meeting.
A brief discussion regarding results of the second bidding on a
salt storage facility with one bay was conducted. One bid was
received and that was for $22,000. Consensus of Council was to
send this issue back to the Street Committee for more discussion
and a recommendation to Village Council at the September 16th
meeting.
Councilmember Malcuit stated that she would have someone from
the Department of Agriculture give a presentation on lawn
chemicals for the September 6th meeting. Ms. Malcuit said she
would get more information on this subject to members prior to
that meeting.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
August 23, 1989 -Development Commission Meeting, 7: 30 p.m..
September 6, 1989 -Regularly Scheduled Council Meeting, 7: 30
P.m..
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Councilmember Morrow moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by Malcuit. Motion carried.
1 Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
August 16, 1989
Page 6
Meeting adjourned at 9: 05 p.m..
Attest:
p*j3*1AA*J0 , L- eferk of Council
ayor
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor's Court Monthly Report
July 89
MON'lit
June 89
MON 111 Lulijill'Pl, '
FliCIAL STATEMENT
0nce of Bond Money from Last Month:
1 Money Collected for this Montli:
Total Paid to State (RRF&GRF):
Balance of Bond Money Remaining/. in Account:
FENERATED CASES BY THE GRANVILLE ·POLICE DEPARTMENT
CASES PROCESSED IN MAYOR'S COURT .'..'
Parking Tickets:
C nat Complaints:
C Dismissed:
GuTTty Waivers (payments out of court):
Cases Appearing in Court:
CASES TRANSFERRED FROM MAYORS COURT
Ulsregatding Red Signal:
Ularegarding Stop Sign:
Disregarding All Other Traffic Control Devices:
Piblted Right Turn on Red Signal:
Alcohol/Drugs):
0Contalner/Liquor Consumption:
Opn Willful/Watiton Disregard for Safety:
Opn without Reasonable Control: 1
rage I.
1, 196. 00 1, 196. 00 1. 421. 00
8, 345. nO 5, 91 1. ho 4, 491. 00
1, 737. 00 1. 118. 00 574. 00
Total Paid in Refunds/Overpayments: 294. 0-0- 468. 00
Total Paid to General Fund: 5, 378. 00 4, 140. 00 3. 617. 00
2, 132. 00 1. 196. 00 1. 721·.00
Traffic Citationsi 140 133 36
Parking Tickets: 21 19 20
Criminal Complaints: 8 6 0
Traffic Citations: 135 177 3!
21 18 20
8 6 n
3 3
18
13 1
62
14.
66
45
To Licking County Municipal Court: 2 0
To Juvenile Court: 3 6 0
JRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED:
1
Excessive Speed: 82 70 ' 16-
Assured Clear Distance: 2 1 0
12 , F6
5 1 3
1
6 8' 1
2
rage 2.
Tulv 89
MON'111
Tlin p Rq
MON'111
July 88
MON 111
TRAFFICC_ITATIONS PROCESSED c(on't)
ing a Police Officer:
aling Tires/Feeling/Cracking Exhaust:
itting/or: Riding/ Hanging Outside Vehicle:
U-Turn (Opposite Direction/Enter Parking Place):
Failure to Yidld:
Equipment Violation:
Pedestrian Violation:
Disorderly Conduct/Public Intoxication:
Disturbing the Pedce:
Drug Abuse/Possession:
Gambling Offenses:
Littering:
Falsification:
1
1:
1
1 1
6 6 2
3
3 2
No Operators/Chauffers License: 5 2
opn Under Suspension/Revocation: 3 1 4
No Motorcycle Endorsement:
Restriction Violation:
Registration/Title Violation: 1· 2
Leaving the Scene of an Accident: 1
Failure to Stop for School Bus Unloading/Loading:
Improper Passing: 2
All Others: Unsafe Lane ChanRe 1
NAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
at Offenses:
1
Failure to Report a Crime:
Obstructing Official Business:
Failure to Aid a Police Officer:
obstructing Justice:
Resisting Arrest:
Sale of Alcohol to a Minor:
1
Misrepresentation!
n Container in a Public Place:
ual Imposition:
llc Indecency:
yeurism:
Importuning:
Assault:
RbvlbED PARKING 11(KEI (5/11/8/)
VIO # 1-Parking on Sidewalk or Curb Lawn:
July 89
MONTH
1
VIO #2-Blocking Public or Private Driveway:
VIO #3-Parkdd within 20 ft of an intersection:
VIO #4-Parked on a Crosswalk:
VIO #5-Parked in a No Parking Zone:
VIO #6-Parked Too Far from Curb (lft or more):
VIO #7-Parked in Same Spot in Excess of 72 Hours:
VIO #8-Overtime Parking:-
VIO #9-Parked Facing in Wrong Direction:
IO #10-Parked Outside of Marked Parking Space:
#11-In Handlcapped Zone w/0 Proper Tags/ Placard:
12-Double Parked:
13-Parked Upon a Bridge or Overpass:
IV10 #14-Parked in Roadway Creating a Traffic Hazard:
1- 110 #15-Parked within 10 ft of a Fire Hydrant:
Summons issued for Failure tofay:
June 89
MON'ill
Ti,1 v 88
MONTH
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED (con' t)
Aggravated Menacing/ Menacing:
dangering Children:
elephone Harrassmeht:
mestic Violence:
Arson:
Criminal Damaging:
Criminal Mischief:
Criminal Trespass:
Petty Theft:
Unauthorized use of Property/Vehicle:
Passing Bad Checks:
Receiving Stolen Property:
Carrying a Concealed Weapon:
Improperly Handling Firearm in Motor Vehicle:
Discharging Weapons:
Fireworks Violations:
3
1
3
I 5 4
8
5
2 3
4 3 3
1
1
1
1
1
All Others:
Fictitous Lic. 1
Failed to Appear
Contributing to Delinquency 2
1
MANAGER' S
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
July 1989
21. 962
708
9. 31
5. 6
June 1989
21.112
704
13. 65
2.9
lialy 1 988
23. 77
77
0
33
1
6. 16
4. 7
Replaced two leaking 4" main valves and repaired one leaking 4" main valve.
Replaced one broken fire hydrant/
Fixed three service line leaks.
Note:
MG) -
MGD) -
DT) -
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
REPORT
5 8
41 37
15 1
5 10 4
19 38 45
30 46 20
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS)
Inlets cleaned
Inside)
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads)
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment)
Call Out
ZQHING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Julv 1989 June 1989 Julv 1988
Amntmt_ManhQ11Ka AmnmL.Manhnum AmntmlManhnua
7
13
10
330
16
2
120
30
2
all
6
537
6
104
10
284
6
44
30
36
35
5
24
179
84
11
7
90
15
all
13. 5
31. 5
30
26
1
SPECIAL INTERESLTT-EMS Vehicle Maintenance -
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
37
252
6
792
3
56
32
41
11
262
123
28
52
160 Hrs
61 Hrs
44 Hrs
2
60
60
3
all
9
2. 5
5
50
14
4
20
20
4
127
454
30
73
24
8
32
2
10
72
10
2
7 5
n 1 3
n 0 0
n 0 0
1= 0 0
OTHER PROJECTS JULY 1989
1) Trimmed low lying branches around town
2) Misc. work for 4th of July celebration
3) Scrapped &painted flashing light located at
cross walk in middle of town
4) Cleaned ditch in front. of NAPA &installed
gravel in manhole at Spellman &N. Pearl
5) Took truck to Ace Truck Body
6) Trimmed trees on Main &Newark- Granville Rd
7) Worked on storm sewer on S. Main
8) Cracked sealed on S. Main, S. Cherry
E. College
56 Hrs.
34 Hrs.
16 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
96 Hrs.
156 Hrs.
9) Hauled gravel &sand 16 Hrs.
10) Water proofed bridge decks 39 Hrs.
11) Removed bushes from elementary School 20 Hrs.
12) Repaired guardrail at E. Maple and Prospect 4 Hrs.
13) Placed rip-rap in Schaffer-Newhouse ditch 46 Hrs.
14) Cleaned up St. Rt. 16 in order to mow 4 Hrs.
15) Special brush pick up at 493 welsh Hills Rd. 10 Hrs.
16) Dug out and poured concrete at E. Elm &Granger 16 Hrs.
537 TOTAL HOURS
1
July 1989
PATROL. ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
OMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
on-Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses Invstgtd:
Followu-p Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Delivered Mail:
Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
31
24
907
31
Granville Police Department
Monthly Report***
July 1989 June 1989 July 1988
Quantity Time Quantity Time Quantity Time
6884
21
137
50
159
21
67
4
563
159
25
132
9215
93
27
66
81
65
100
2
48
1
188
671
9
1
274
19
74
10
8
1
0
396
87
22.02
7.85
27.52
16.17
5.25
63
3.03
1.68
1.22
47.93
11.53
4.28
27.20
4.25
588.23
769.67
4.58
2.22
46.92
5.80
58.63
1.90
1.42
1. 13
0
122.60
45.93
6.62
14.27
8.30
22.87
66. 12
03
4.08
08
40.22
208.52
4896
19
133
40
129
23
65
3
422
132
35
122
26
19
399
7
6470
8
1
215
29
112
8
19
0
3
395
79
16
56
51
59
120
8
50
1
159
605
75
17.92
4.33
18
4.95
3.75
1
3.68
97
80
33.95
6.22
4.17
16.10
90
322.32
439.77
4.07
0
53.90
23.82
78.47
5.23
2.25
67
0
168.40
43.15
4.52
12.52
4.42
24.20
113.13
38
4.37
1.02
40.37
248.07
3847
20
37
67
41
32
95
6
370
102
39
152
24
35
1778
1
6646
56
6
45
45
55
50
2
69
0
181
509
6
0
177
12
97
9
5
0
0
306
73
8.23
5.05
14.25
7.98
3.35
53
1.60
68
2.33
37.78
4.15
5.02
42.43
08
405.05
134.22
2.45
0
30.57
8.02
44.45
6.75
0
0
0
92.23
31.73
2.22
13.27
4.57
16.48
28.73
03 ,
5.30
0
36.50
138.83
1 Granville Police Department
Monthly Report***
July 1989
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized: 697.60
Total Mileage: 7581
VEHICLE:
87 Ford LTD
88 Ford LTD
89Eord LTD
Steve Cartnal
Chief of Police
Odometer
72503
8654
10203
June 1989
560
5996
Miles
2037
734
4810
July 1988
344.10
3847
July 1989
STATE
REPORT NO. R 13 - - DEARTMANT PAGE 1 OPER 0
DIVISION 1\
DATE 07/31/89
CITY C
Ti
GRANVILLE MONTH OF JULY 3,
4,
51
MONTHLY FUND REPORT T
71
Arrn INT RAI ANrF RAI ANrm
31
FUND DESCRIPTION AT BEGINNING
9I
RECEIPTS DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
1_!
121
11!
A 1 GENERAL 14
389.798.36 93. 143. 62 83.337. 18 399.604.80 56. 140.54 343.464.26
A 2 MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESERVE 40,000.00 00 00 40.000.00 00 , 1 -40.000.00
131
a
91
B 1 STRFFI 17. 671. 34 4. 357. AA 10 334 -08 6. 689. 94 1. A °3. 44 4 -AAA. 50 2-
B 2 HIGHWAY 428.82 4-0 /6.m ._,
J 258.00 453. 17 00 453. 17
2-1
B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX , 00 00 00 25.980.00 25.980.00- 2€'
2-
C 1 DFRT EFRVTrF 66. 380 -OA 11. 457- 36 10 -067 -99 A7. 549.57 00 67- 569 57 2El
Cl C 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND 0--' 657. 22 768.05 00 233.425.27 102. 907.24 1,0.518.0, 3,
32
C 3 SEWER-REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT 3Z
88.723.14 2,598.68 00 91.321.82 6,000.00 85,321. 82
D 3 OWDA A(-PTTA! TMPPOVFMFNT 00 4AT 77A (-)(-) 74A, 77A 00-
37
3E E 1 WATER
61. 903.91 36. 016. 95 50.724. 70 47, 196. 16 17.947. 65 29,248.51 351
C'
E 2 SEWER 41
22. 124.86 26,365.38 34.087. 15 23.022:29 11,064.86
4:1
F A 04W:,A#nFRT QFRVTrF Fi INn 16, AiA 91 1 0 5-1 1 -'- An 7 n 10 03 r,r, 7 Aln 0' : 4.
461 E 7 SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND 162. 158.24 1 91 00 162, 292. 15 00 162.292. 15 47,
4E1
E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 49
8,520.05 00 00
°W ,J=20.05 1. 484.64 7,035.41 EC
E.92 SFWFR rAPTTAI TMPRnVFMFNT A .9A Ai An 0 4 11- 5( An 4 SA1'- AS CIA 1 An A, n22.65 5 2,
F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE
S••',
164.219.80 00 00 164.219.80 3.000.00 161, 219.80 SE:
5E,
G 5 HILENGREEN ESCROW 7,400. 15 00 00 7,400.15 00 7, 400. 15 5 El
591
31SPEr.TAI AcicifqSMFNTQ 70, 651 67 An no 17, Ar,1 A-7 An 0-1 657 A-7
6 '1
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64
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GRAND TOTALS ***1*. 319. 483.01 * 181. 229.98 * 183,687.46 *1, 317.025.53 * 487, 644.80 * 829. 380.73 *
7I
17-
11151,
Granville Village Council:
Friday, July 28, 1989
Impending changes in street lighting have spurred
interest in considering post lamps in a style more
consistent with the building periods represented in our
historic business district. The Boird of The Granville
Merchant' s Association is asking that you delay
commitment until styles, costs, and methods Of 'funding
be explored.
Thank you for your ycobsideration.
Sincerely,
Karen Burger
Merchant Board Representative
COPY
OATII OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT I Will SUPPORT THE CONSIllUTION
Or TIIE UNITED SIATES Alll) TIIAT OF 11IE STATE OF 01110 / lili) Wil.L 1)11EY
TIIE LAWS TIIEREOF, AND TIIAT 1 WILL, Ill ALL ItESPEC15, Ul'll(Ill) Alll) Ell-
FORCE TIIE PROV1510115 (r} TIIE CIIARTEIZ Al{D ORL}Ill/\1{CES OF 11115 11U11 IC!-
PALITY, AND WILL FA[ llIFULI.Y DISCIIAllf;E TIIE IJUTIES OF POLICE
SERGEANT Ul'OIl WHICII I AM ADOUr TO ENTER."
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SIGNED rcrrwxg.
Sgt. David S. Baer
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFOIZE I·IE TIllS 2nd
AURust A. D. 1989_.
Ulec-j 1 211.1-,A.
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Arnold J. Eisenberg <
DAY oF
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MaYor Arnold Eisenberg
Village of Granville
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Mayor Eisenberg:
June 27, 1989
We the Troop Committee of Boy Scout Troop 18 of Granville
are pleased to announce that we have two new Eagle Scouts
among our ranks. We are asking that you on behalf of the
Village of Granville send them sode kind of recognition.
Both scouts served Granville for their Eagle Projects. Mike
Pratt served the Senior Citizens 'of Granville by shoveling
the snow from their walks and running errands for them. Justin
Spicer served the Village by paintihg the fire hydrants for
you.
We are proud of these boys.
and
Mike Pratt
2202 Lancaster Road
Granville, Ohio 43023
Justin Spicer
3700 Riley Road
Johnstown, Ohio 43031
Anything you can send these boys will be appreciated.
Yours in Scouti g,
Be Prepared"
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Mayor Arnold Eisenberg
Village of Granville
118 South Main Street
Granville,Ohio 43023
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OFFICEOF MANAGER
July 18, 1989
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Mike Pratt
2202 Lancaster Road
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Mike:
118 SOUTH MAIN STREET
P.O. BOX 514
GRANVILLE, OHIO
43023 -0514
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Vd'2-4-Zi
PHONE 587-0707
Congratulations on becoming an Eagle Scout. You and your
family can be proud that you have joined the ranks of the select
few who have attained this high honor.
Thank you on behalf 6f the Village of Granville for the
community service which you performed as part of your Eagle
Scout Project. We would be happy to have you join us at the next
Council Meeting on August 2nd as we formally commend you on your
fine achievement.
Sincerely,
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Arhola A. Eisl nberg, Mayor
Village of Graville
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cc: Terry Pratt
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IOFFICE OF MANAGER
July 18, 1989
C-Vl[ Ca,9E Of 9
Justin Spicer
3700 Riley Road
Johnstown, Ohio 43031
Dear Justin:
118 SOUTH MAIN STREET
P.O. BOX 514
GRANVILLE, OHIO
43023 -0514
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ta/20-iLLE
PHONE 587-0707
Congratulations on becoming an Eagle Scout. You and your
family can be proud that you have joined the ranks of the select
few who have attained this high honor.
Thank you on behalf of the Village of Granville for the
community service which you performed as part of your Eagle
Scout Project. ,We would be happy to have you join us at the next
Council Meeting on August 2nd as we formally commend you on your
fine achievement.
Sinceely,
432 1*7.4Mi/AJ Arnold Jt Eisenb g, Mayor
Village of Gran ille
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CC: Terry Pratt
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Council Minutes August 2, 1989

1
1
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
AUGUST 2, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Morrow
Mayor
Vice Mayor
Law Director
Manager /
Eisenberg
Schnaidt
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Morrow moved to excuse Councilmember Rader. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
OATH OF OFFICE
Mayor Eisenberg administered the Oath of Office to David Scott
Baer who was recently promoted to Police Sergeant. He congratulated
Sergeant Baer then presented to him his Sergeant' s badge.
Those in attendance responded with a loud round of applause and
congratulations to Sergeant Baer.
Sergeant Baer thanked everyone.
MINUTES
July 19, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Schnaidt
moved to approve the minutes as distributed. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Brenda Mix
Sally MacPhail
David Pratt
David Baer
Roger Card
Andrew Stoner
Terry Pratt
Liesha Hurwitz
B. E. Mason
Michael Pratt
Steve Cartnal
Mayor Eisenberg acknowledged Mike Pratt (in attendance with
his parents),and Justin Spicer (unable to appear this evening),
on recently becoming Eagle Scouts. The young men earned this
high rank by performing community services as part of their
Eagle Scout project. Mayor Eisenberg commended their the young men on fine achievement.
1
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
August 2, 1989
Page 2
Next to speak was Andrew Stoner dba Stoner' s Fruit &Vegetable
Stand, located on a vacant piece of property off of Newark-
Granville Road between Jones Road and Cherry Valley Road. Mr.
Stoner explained that he leased the property from William Wright
for two years. Last year (prior to the property being annexed
into the Village),he was unable to operate his stand due to the
drought. He asked Village Council to allow him to continue his
business this season. Mr. Stoner stated many people from the
Village and township have expressed their support on his behalf
to continue his operation of the fruit and vegetable stand at
that location. Mr. Stoner said he would look for a more suitable
location for next season.
Discussion followed among members of Council. Consensus of
Council was to put the notice from Zoning Inspector Mark
Zarbaugh to Mr. Stoner on hold, and make a decision on this
matter by the next Village Council Meeting.
Brenda Mix commented that she has noticed how hard the
Stoner' s have worked on the property. She made the suggestion
that if a seasonal permit is issued to Mr. Stoner, then a
photograph be taken about what is there at that location and
require a statement from Mr. Stoner on what kind of an operation
it is that he is operating.
Next to speak was Karen Burger of Burger &Rector Real Estate.
Speaking. on behalf of the Granville Merchants' Association, she
asked that Council not do anything about the present lighting
system in the downtown area until the Merchants' Association have
done some research on' lighting, and explored alternate options to
Ohio Power' s recent proposal. Ms. Burger said she has gathered
some material regarding little town lights, perhaps more fitting
for a New England style town. She explained that the Merchants'
Association is interested in working with Council on this matter,
and a fund raiser was mentioned as a possible way to soften the
cost of such a project.
Mayor Eisenberg assured Ms. Burger that Council will not be
making any hasty movement in that area, and that a lot of
c6mmunity input will be sought before any decision will be made in regards to changing lights in the Village.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commissi6n -Councilmember Malcuit Development reported on the Commission meeting of July 26, 1989.
the following applications
Stoner Fruit and Vegetable
reached to allow Mr. Stoner
with the condition that he
egress.
At that meeting,
were reviewed and acted upon: the
Stand was reviewed and an agreement
a temporary permit for this season
put in a drive showing ingress and
Kay &Ed Vance purchased the building which housed the
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Village of Granville
August 2, 1989
Page 3
Granville Sampler, and their proposed improvements for that
building along with a new business sign "The Crown &Cushion" was
approved. Gloria Hoover' s application to have vinyl siding
installed on her house was approved, as well as the Sentinel 's
request to move their business sign to its new location on East
Elm Street at the Raker/ Karaffa Commercial Complex. Dr. Wagner' s
application for his S. Main Street Veterinarian Clinic to remove
an existing rear basement and rebuild a new foundation with an
addition upstairs to allow for indoor dog runs, was approved. The
new video store at 113 North Prospect put in a request for a sign
using an existing pole and light, and an air conditioning unit.
This was also approved.
Granville Recreation Commission -Councilmember Hughes reported
on the meeting of Tuesday, August 1, 1989. At that meeting, Brad
Westall from the Park District Committee spoke on the development
of a County Park District. Mr. Hughes ,commended Mr. Westall on a
very nice presentation. Their main tpic funding. for that evening was Mr. Hughes said it was still unclear about what the
County Park District was all aboutt,h|e funding, district it
covers, and; whether it would conflict with the funding for
Granville' s Recreation Commission. Jujdge Moore has asked that
Granville make a decision by September<13th on whether it wishes
to join the Licking County Parks Dstrict. The Recreation
Commission' s next meeting will be September 5th, and at that
time will make a recommendation on this issue.
On another note, the bid for the Wildwood Park Shelter was
awarded to Mike Hannahs. The bid included plumbing and electric
to be roughed in to allow for future completion. Anticipated
completion of the shelter house is dxpected sometime this fall.
OLD BUSINESS
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 258- 9A,n" Ordinance Establishing A Law Enforcement
Trust Fund In Accordance With Ohio Revised Code Section 2933.33",
was introduced, and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Malcuit.
A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for August 16, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..Council asked that Steve Cartnal attend the hearing to answer any questions they may have on this subject.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS None
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Village of Granville
August 2, 1989
Page 4
A motion to go into Executive Session to discuss the acquisition
of property was made by Vice Mayor Schnaidt, seconded by Councilmember
Malcuit. Motion carried. Time: 7: 58 p.m..
Motion to return to regular session was made by Councilmember
Hughes, seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried. Time:
9: 20 p.m..
ADJOURNMENT
Motion to adjourn was made by Councilmember Morrow, seconded by
Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 21 p.m..
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Mayor
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Council Minutes July 19, 1989

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JULY 19, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Schnaidt
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Rader moved to excuse absentee members Malcuit,
Avery, and Morrow. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Motion carried.
MINUTES
July 5, 1989 -Regular Council Meetin -Councilmember Rader
moved to approve the minutes as distributed. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Schnaidt.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who sign the register were:
B. E. Mason
A. MacPhail
JoAnn Morey
Brenda Mix
Roger CareL
Mark Zarbaugh
No comments, questions, or concerns were voiced at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of June was presented and
reviewed. Mayor Eisenberg stated that it may be hold necessary to Court weekly instead of every other week due an increase in
Court cases. He felt that the increase in court cases was due to the additional manpower in the Police Department allowing for
more patrol hours. Discussion then centered on the fact that the Granville Police Department were patrolling the stretch of State Route 16 now in the Village. Councilmember Hughes was concerned that the Granville Police would get a reputation of hiding in places trying to trap people. Councilmember Rader was very concerned about the Granville Police patrolling the expressway, and felt that this area should be left to the Highway Patrol, and the Granville Police to patrolling more Village streets. Vice Mayor Schnaidt said most of the citations issued in this area were at the intersection of Cherry Valley Road and State Route
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Village of Granville
July 19, 1989
Page 2
16, known to be one of the most dangerous intersections in the
county. Mayor Eisenberg was concerned with keeping that intersection
safe. Following review of the Mayor' s Report, the Clerk
was handed the report for filing.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of June was presented.
Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members of Council.
During review, Councilmember Schnaidt stated that it was brought
to his attention that some trimming work was needed at the corner
of Spellman &Pearl Streets. Councilmember Rader asked how the
search for water leaks was coming along. Manger Plunkett responded
and said some leaks have been located, but not enough. Other
items mentioned was off-premise yard sale and realtor signs. It
was suggested to Mr. Plunkett that he might mention in his weekly
column that off-premise signs are illegal in the Village.
Councilmember Hughes felt it was time Granville thought
about an ordinance to fine people who do not curb their dogs.
He stated that he has had complaints about this issue. Mayor
Eisenberg suggested that this item be turned over to the Street &
Sidewalk Committee for further study.
Following review of the Manager' s Report, Councilmember
Rader moved that the report be approved. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -None.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt asked was happening in regards to the
six people being seen going into Orville Orr' s place on S. Pearl
Street. Manager Plunkett responded and said a citation for this
violation was being prepared.
Improvement Board -Manager Plunkett mentioned Jim Siegel' s
letter requesting that the Village install a sprinkler system in
the medium areas.
Mayor Eisenberg asked if this would be at Village expense.
Manager Plunkett responded yes. Mayor Eisenberg then asked
members if they had any thoughts on this request. Vice Mayor
Schnaidt suggested that they try the Robinson Foundation and a
few others for contributions, and the Village would match funds they get any from these groups.
Mayor Eisenberg commented that the flower beds are an asset
to the Village. He recommended that letters of appreciation be sent to the Improvement Board and Gran Flora. He complemented
the groups on how beautiful the Village has looked this spring and summer.
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Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
July 19, 1989
Page 3
Manager Plunkett noted at this time that Alice Vockel and '
Randy will be leaving and moving to North Carolina soon.
OLD BUSINESS -None
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 89-31, "To Reject The Bid Received For The
Construction Of A Salt Storage Facility And To Authorize The
Village Manager To Re-Advertise For Bids For The Construction Of
Such A Facility With Modified Specifications" was introduced,
read in its entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember
Rader. Discussion: A lengthy question and answer session in '
regards to the modified salt storage facility specifications was
conducted among members of Council and Manager Plunkett. When
asked if he had seen the modified specifications, Manager ,
Plunkett responded and said yes, but had not reviewed them in
detail, just the overall size and base. The new specifications
have just the bare essentials, and the facility was reduced to
one bay. Members considered approving the resolution subject to
final approval of the specifications prior to advertising, when
Manager Plunkett offered to call Mark Zarbaugh and ask him to
come in to review the specifications with Council. Council
agreed, and Mr. Zarbaugh did join the meeting. Following review
of the specifications, Motion to pass Resolution No. 89-31 was
seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No.
89-31 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS -None
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment, motion seconded by
Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 21 p.m..
Attest:
OVITqk,)o,61/kjAA)
Clerk ofC-"ouncil
C ayor
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VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor's Court Monthly Report
June '89
ElijT" il--
May '89
HUNT"
June '. 88
110/ 1'1'ifi.
rog ° 1.
NCIAL STATEMENT
ance of Bond Money from Last Month:
Total Money Collected for this Month:
Total Paid to State (RRF&GRF):
Balance of Botid Money Remaltilng·'1.11 Account:
GENERATED CASES BY THE GRANVILLE .FOLICE DEPARTMENT
CASES PROCESSED IN MAYOR' S COURT :r
j:ASES TRANSFERRED FROM MAYOR'S COURT
to Licking Coutity Municipal Court:
Io Juvenile Court:
IRAFFIC .CITATIONS PROCESSED:
Excessive Speed:
Assured Clear Distance:
Ulsregarding Red
Ulsregarding Stop Sign:
Ulsregarding All Other Traffic Control Devices:
ohiblted Right Turn on Red Slittial:
VI (Alcohol/Drugs):
en Container/Liquor Consumption:
Opn Willful/Watiton Disregard for Safety:
Upn without Reasonable Control:
1, 196. 00 1, 296. 00 2. 064.. 00
5, 511. 00 7, 453:67 3, 298. 00
1, 118. 00 986. 00 514. 00
total Paid in Refunds/Overpayments: 468. 00 1, 196. 00 980. 00
Total Fald to General Fund: 4, 140. 00 5, 371: 67 2, 682. 00
1, 196. 00 1, 196. 00 1, 421..00
Traffic Citationsi 133 48 47
Farking Tickets: 1.9 1 18 29
Criminal Complaints: 7 4
Traffic Gltations: 122 44 37
Parking Tickets: 18 17 21
minal Complaints: 6 7 3
es Dismissed: 3 1 7
Guilty Waivers (payments out of court): 62
Cases Appearlig lit Court: 14
21
18
20
14 -
6 3 1
1
70 3n 26
2
3
3 2
1
1 1
8 2' 1
2 1 1
rnge 2.
lune- L._an_ May '89
MON 111
Ill.ng _ 181
MON 111
MON ll
TRAKFICCITATIONS-PROCESSED c(on' t)
eing a Police Officer:
eating Tires/feeling/Cracking Exhaust:
mittingb/ r: Ridingla/|nging Outside Vehicle:
U-Turn (Opposite Direction/Enter Parking Place):
Failure to Ytald:
MINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
1
9:
1
6
1 7
Equipment Violation: 2
Pedestrian Violation:
No Operators/Chauffers License: 2
opit Under Suspension/Revocation: 1
No Motorcycle Endorsement:
Restriction Violation:
Registration/Title Violation: 1
Leaving the Scene of an Accident: 1
Failure to Stop for School Bus Unloading/Loading:
Improper Passing: 2
1
All Others: Following too Closely
imal Offenses:
1
Disorderly Cotiduct/Public Intoxication:
Ulaturbltig tile Pedce:
1
Drug Abuse/rossession:
Gambling Offenses:
Lltterlng:
Falslfication:
Failure to Report a Crime:
Obstructing Official Busliess:
Failure to Aid a Police Officer:
Obstructing Justice:
Resisting Arrest:
Sate of Alcohol to a Minor: 2
Mistepreseutationt 1
pen Contaitter in a Public Place: 7
exual Imposition:
ublic Indecency:
Voyeurlsm:.
Importuning:
Assault:
REviSED l'ARKING 11(kEI (5/11/8/)
Ju_ne '89
HONTII
VIO #5-Parked li a No Parkitig Zone: 4
VIO #6-Parked Too Far from Curb (Ift or more):
VIO #77Parked in Same Spot in Excess of 72 Hours: 1
V10 #8-Overtime Parkill.a: 2
110 #9-Parked Facing in Wrong Direction: ' 3
VIO #10-Parked Outside of Marlifd Parking Space: _
b-i-ii-DoIulabildefai-crake-edd-_:ne w0/ Properragef/lacard: - #13-Parked Upon a BrldKe or Overpass:
viD #14-Parked in Roadway CreatingaTraffic Hazard: i
VIO #15-Parked within 10 ft of a Fire Hydratit: ,
Summons issued for Failure to Pay:
Mav '89
MoN 111
June '88
PRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED ( con'4)
Aggravated Menacing/ Menacing:
dangering Children:
ephone Harrassmebt:
estic Violence:
Arson:
Criminal Damaging:
Criminal Mischief:
Criminal Trespass:
Petty Theft:
Unauthorized use of Property/Vehicle:
Passing Bad Checks:
Receiving Stolen Property:
Carrying a Concealed Weapon:
Improperly Handling Firearm in Motor Vehicle:
Discharging Weapons:
Fireworks Violations:
VIO # 1-Parking ott Sidewalk or Curb Lawn: 3
VIO #2-Blocking Public or Private. Driveway: 2
Vlo #3-Parkdd within 20 ft of an intersection: 3 2
VIO #4-Parked on a Crosswalk:
4 7
3
10
4 7
2
1 I
1
1
3
lizziE
4*,t·- ,
1
All Others:
Failed to Appear
7
1
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
June 1989
21. 112
704
13. 654
455
May 1989
20.894
674
19. 921
643
4. 9
junp 19RA
26.323
877
0
25
0
5
5. 234
174
7. 7
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Fixed small service line leak on East Elm Street.
Conducted overnight water shut-off program -no significant results -however,
five small leaks were located and are now being scheduled for repairs.
Note:
MG)
MGD) -
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
MANAGER' S REPORT
8 2
37 16
1 2
10 33
38 46 47
2. 9
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
June 1989 May 1989 June 1988
AmnunLManhnurn AmnunLManhnun A. Qunt- Manhaund
28
56
32
41
11
New Signs 11
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons) 7
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS) 90
Inlets cleaned
Inside) 15
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt. ***
Grass Mowed
acres) All
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads) 13. 5
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days) 31. 5
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel) 30
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment) 26 792
Call Out 1 3
ZQMINQ
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
262
123
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
37
252
6
52
12
150
30
20
2
1
All
6
15
176 Hrs.
0-Hrs.
87 Hrs.
8
120
2
54
64
45
8
44
183._
80
697. 5
10
3
1
11
10
24
65
35
8
4
2
4
7 5 8
1 1 4
n 0 0
n 0 0
n 1 1
1
OTHER PROJECTS JUNE 1989
1) Cleaned brush behind Schaffer' s,.started
placing rip rap
2) Seeded and strawed Misc. storm water jobs (23 tons)_
3) Picked flowers and mulch for Imp. Board
4) Scraped &painted sign post &painted curbs
5) Made and painted barricades, also painted cones
6) Hauled gravel and limestone
7) Staked Misc. Trees
8) Repaired Pearl street walking bridge
9) Repaired S. Main Street storm sewer By the Mill
10) Repaired sidewalk at Thresher and Broadway
11) Loaded bad crack filling material to be returned
12) Installed three street sign post
13) Crossed trained employee on street sweeper
58 Hrs.
56 Hrs.
6 Hrs.
40 Hrs.
46 Hrs.
16 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
38 Hrs.
162 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
6 Hrs.
24 Hrs.
14) Cleaned &waxed trucks &cruisers &painted truck bed 62 Hrs.
15) Trimmed low branches over sidewalks &signs
16) Built ladder rack for #43
17) Die tested W. Broadway storm sewer
18) Worked on traffic light at College &Granger
19) Distributed &picked up barricades and signs
20) Assisted Imp. Board in planting flowers
21) Trimmed behind curbs that need painted
22) Installed limestone sand on Jones Rd. (tar bleeding)
23) Removed decayed tree at 117 E. College
24) Changed red signal at College and Granger
40 Hrs.
9 Hrs.
9 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
22 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
72 Hrs.
10 Hrs.
44 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
Page 2
25) Temporally repaired Manhole at Spellman and Pearl 6 Hrs.
26) Set out signs and barricades for the 4th of July 24 Hrs.
Total Hrs 792 Hrs.
June 1989
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
OMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Non- Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses Invstgtd:
Followu-p Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Delivered Mail:
Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthly Report***
June 1989 May 1989 June 1988
Quantity Time Quantity Time Quantity Time
4896
19
133
40
129
23
65
3
422
132
35
122
26
19
399
7
6470
8
1
215
29
112
8
19
0
3
395
79
16
56
51
59
120
8
50
7
159
605
75
17.92
4.33
18
4.95
3.75
1
3.68
97
80
33.95
6.22
4.17
16.10
90
322.32
439.77
4.07
0
53.90
23.82
78.47
5.23
2.25
67
0
168.40
43.15
4.52
12.52
4.42
24.20
113.13
38
4.37
1. 02
40.37
248.07
4117
18
48
18
36
55
37
2
280
81
44
127
21
21
329
6
6156
73
14
72
40
36
93
0
69
4
158
559
10
1
192
22
94
4
5
0
0
328
48
4.45
2.42
5.78
29.50
2.45
48
2.52
55
1.62
30.68
7.65
85
12.65
1.47
358.82
461.70
2.38
2.77
43.67
5.50
54.25
2.27
42
0
0
111.25
38.23
3.45
19.27
3.68
16.60
116.85
0
6.35
68
42.25
247.37
3841
39
43
74
54
28
45
2
297
121
35
161
19
18
1450
2
6386
4
1
137
8
52
2
4
0
1
209
56
16
47
56
35
83
18
56
14
169
550
80
7.18
6.77
12.65
4.20
1. 15
67
2.07
73
77
26.70
4.60
1.63
39.78
1.08
431.95
542.73
1.75
2.22
27.58
5.53
29.10
1.25
90
0
0
68.33
31.52
5
14.28
5.17
12.70
55
82
5.40
2.20
34.28
166.37
June 1989
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized:
Total Mileage:
VEHICLE:
1987 Ford LTD
1988 Ford LTD
1989 Ford LTD
Steve Cartnal
Chief of Police
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthly Report***
June 1989
560
5996
Odometer
70466
7920
5393
May 1989
387.10
4059
Miles
1090
809
4097
June 1988
425.40
3841
1 ': r
STATE
DEPARTMENT- --- --- ------ ----
DIVISION
CITY - GRANVILLE
I - I-- I -
ACCOUNT-----
FUND DESCRIPTION
A 1 GENERAL
A 2 MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESERVE
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
8 8 PERMISSIVE TAX
G1-D.E-BT -SERV-ICE - .
C 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND
C 3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT
0·3-O-WDA-C- APITAL -IMPROVEMENT --
E 1 WATER
E 2 SEWER
8·-6-SEWERD-EBTS--ERVICE FUND ------ ---·
E 7 SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND
E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
592S-EWERG- APIT- ALIM- PROVEMENT---- ---- ---
F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE
G 5 HILENGREEN ESCROW
H1--S-·PEHAI:r-ASSESSMENTS
BALANCE
AT BEGINNING
373. 106.56
40.000.00
10-1-9-7.58-
261. 64
10
69.204.68
231. 243.47
REPORT NO.
PAG4E-- -·-
DATE
MONTH OF
86.019. 86
58. 964. 52
39. 641. 99
e,4·.893.-50···--·
154 p,7 76
8.520.05
982:65
164.219. 80
7. 400. 15
652. 67
RECEIPTS
72. 372.23
R 13
OF'ER 0
06/30/89
JUNE
BALANCE
DISBURSED AT MONTH END
61. 180. 43
00 00
5.5979 -7--_3...1-2_4.2-- - 1. ---
390. 66 223.48
8.2543..
1. 413. 75
7. 834. 48
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11. 078 93
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2. 703.28
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26. 707.36
18.076. 48
10.702.91-
00
00
23.767. 97
19.390.80
58.937<50
0
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00
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389.798. 36
40.OCH0)0.
12.671_34.
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88.723. 14
61. 903. 91
38. 327. 67
16.658.91
162. 158. 24
8.520.05
6. 982.65
164. 219.80
7.400. 15
652.67
ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
64. 054.95
00
23. 039-5.
00
0 25.980.00
no
2 102.907. 24
00
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15. 803.64
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1. 484. 64
561. 00
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325.743.41
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428.82
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129. 749. 98
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25.869. 09
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162. 158.24
7.035.41
6.42 t.65
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GRAND TOTALS **** 1.34
Mr. Douglas E.Plunkett
Village Manager
Village of Granville
P.O. Box 514
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Doug:
O c Vilictyg g-15i/c't,LULLLE
118 SOUIH MAINS!11EEr
PO, BOX 514
GRANVILLE,OHIO
43023- 0514
June 19, 1989
Mary Ann Malcuit' s report at the last council meeting on the activities of the Granville Development Commission cause me some concern. My comments
follow. Please share them with Council as you deem appropriate.
1. The Kent PUD Modification.
Mary Ann reported that Bob Kent had submitted a request for a modification
of the development plan for the next phase of the golf course development. The modification proposed that 28 single family "cluster"houses be built in lieu of the 40 multif-amily condominium units originally proposed. The Development Commission approved the modification on the grounds that it was a minor modification within their jurisdiction under the Zoning Ordinance.
Section 1171.04(a)6() of
Development Districts provides
Commission,
the Granville Zoning Ordinance: Planned
that, with the approval of the Development
and without fukther action by council,
minor modifications of the approved development plan may be made. Such modification shall not increase the
overall density (for PUD) on the lot or change the essential character of the original approved plan." Emphasis added.)
The initial hurdle which an applicant for a modification must get over is a determination by the Development Commission that the modification is m" inor". If the Development Commission determines that modification will result in an increase in density or that if changes ". .t h.e essential character of the original approved plan . . t.h"e,plan must be resubmitted to Council for approval. The Development Commission has no jurisdiction over modifications to Planned Development Districts unless the modification is a minor one. However, the Zoning Ordinance gives the Development Commission the responsibility for making the determination with respect to the scope of changes which may be as mmuinsot rbemoredfiefircraetdions. Any modification which proposes an increase in density to Council.
Mr. Douglas E. Plunkett
June 19, 1989
Page 2
In this case, as I understand Mary Ann's report, the Development
Commission determined that because the density was reduced, the change was
minor and therefore could be approved by the Development Commission. However,
I don't believe the Development Commission reached the second part of the
determination required in order for that body to have jurisdiction over minor
modifications. That is, the Development Commission did not evaluate the
proposed modification to determine whether it would ch"an g e.th.e.
essential character of the original approved plan." In fact, the proposed modification changes the original approved plan in two significant ways:
1. This phase of the development is changed from multi-family
residences to single family residences;
2. The proposed modification will consist of single family housing
with significantly smaller lot sizes, side and rear yards and front
setbacks than in other part of this development and smaller than in
any other place in the Village.
We could discuss the meaning of "essential character" for days and probably not have any clear cut definition of that term. However, it is my opinion that this is a change in the essential character of the development.
It was originally approved as a development with single family housing on very large lots combined with multi-family residences. It has now been modified to
a development of multif-amily residences, single family homes on very large lots and single family homes on very small lots. The fact that the
modification results in less density than the original proposal does not change my opinion. This modification is a significant and essential change in the character of the development. Furthermore, it is a significant decision which will affect the lot size in every other residential development which occurs in the Village in the future.
While Council is not required to accept my opinion on this issue, I think it would be appropriate for Council and the Development Commission to discuss the parameters of the Development Commission's responsibility and jurisdiction with respect to modifications of approved Development Plans.
2. The Burkett Matter.
Some time ago, Tommy Burkett wrote to the Development Commission requesting permission to sell his house on Burg Street as a twof-amily residence. His property had been listed for more than one year and he had been advised that he would have better luck selling it as a twof-amily house. A member of the Development Commission is the listing realtor. While Mr. Burkett's request can and should be resolved as a factual matter, it is my opinion that the participation of the realtor in any decision or discussion with respect to Mr. Burkett' s request is inappropriate. Her business ares lationship with him creates a conflict of interest with her responsibilities a member of the Development Commission. This conflict prevents her from prealarttiecdipatotinigt.in any discussion about his application or voting on an issue My opinion is based on Revised Code Section 102.03(D). I have attached a copy of that section of the Ohio Revised Code and a reference to an opinion of the Ohio Attorney General which is on point.
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Mr. Douglas E. Plunkett
June 19, 1989
Page 3
If you have questions about the issues I am raising in this letter, please
call me. By copy of this letter, I am letting Arny know about my concerns. I
am also sending a copy to Al Davison so that we can discuss both issues more
completely.
ACM/ kac
cc: Albert W. Davison, Jr.
Arnold Eisenberg
Very truly yours,
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
04·€•
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BY: GUlV/o
Ann C. Munro
Law Director
rcnA. 41- 29 1988 SUPPLEMENT § 102.03
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9, as to manifest a substantial and imptopet influence not of such a charactel as to manifest a substantial
upon him with respect to his duties, and imptoper influence upon him [with]iespect to
F)No peison shall plomise or give to a public his duties The house of tepiesentatives and senate,
official 01 employee anything of value that is of m theit tespective codes of ethics, and the Ohio ethsuch
a diaracter as to manifest a substantial and ics commission, under section 111 15 of the Revised
imptoper influence upon him with tespect to his Code, may adopt rules setting standaids and condiduties
tions foi the furnishing and acceptance of such tia-
G) In the absence of bribery or anothet offense vel, meals, and lodging, expenses; or reimbuise- 7
under tlie Revised Code 0, a purpose to defi aud, ment. 2
conti ibutions, as defined in section 3517 01 of the A peison who acts in compliance with this divi-
Revised Code, made to a campaign committee, po- sion and any applicable rules adopted under it, or p
litical pat ty, ot political action committee on be- any applicable, similar rules adopted by the suhalf
of an elected public omce,m othet public om- preme couit gove,ning judicial officers and eincial
or employee who seeks elective office sliall be ployees, does not violate division D( ),E ()o, r (F)of '
21.' '' consideted to accrue 01 clinatily to the public offi- this section This division does not pleclude any 1
cial ot employee fol the pulposes of divisions (D), peison ftom seeking an advisory opinion flom the
E),and (F)of tlits section apptopitate ethics commission under section 102 08
II)Divisions (D),E ()a,nd (F)of tlits section do ofthe Revised Code
not piohibit a public official 0, employee fiom so- 1 *1S! TORY: 141 v I!300 E( ff 9-178- 6)1;42 v H 592 Eff 6 24-
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liciting or accepting 01 piohibit a peison ftom 88
r plomising 01 giving to a public official 01 employee Cross-References to Related Sections
an honotatium 01 similat fee for making a peisonal
Anything of value defined, RC § 1 03
appealance or speech, 01 soliciting, accepting,
ptomising, or giving piepayment 01 le,mbuisement Soliciting or receiving improper compensation, RC §
Ethics commission, RC § 102 06
of tinvel, meal, and lodging expenses incuited in 2921 43
connection with the pet sonal tippeaiance 01 speecli Statistical abstract preparation to protect confidential inif
eitlier division (II)( 1)0, ( 2)of this section ap- fortnation of commodity handlers, RC § 926 06
r.'' plies.
1) 711eptiblic official 0, employee is Icquited to CASE NOTES AND OAG
file a Anancial disclosuie statenient ut,det sectic,n NDEX
102 02 of the Revised Code coveting the time pe- Accepting n thing of valic, 36 38,45, 46, 48
i iod in which he accepts payment; ne,lhet the hon- Activitits not piohibitill, 3, 16 M , ora!ium or similar fee not tile plepald 01 teltn- Dis.losing conildentint|information, 55 2,. f buised expenses me paid by any poison ot othet Public moneys, 1
t , entity, or any repicscntative 01 association of sucli Reptesenting ptivate client bf:o:e·ptiblic agency,2, 5-8, 10, 25-28,
30, 39 41, 44
4. persons or entities, tlint is tegulated by, doing busi- Using offlcl.1,position to secitivathing ofvolue.4. 9. 11-15, 172- 4, 1
ness with, or seeking to do business with the de- 29, 31 35, 42J 43, 47, 49-54, 56 58
partment, division, instittition, boaid, commission,
authotity, buteau, 01 othet instiumentality of the
1. (1983) Moneys gratuitously given a mayor of a non-
1
govei nmental entity with which the public official charterell city for t]e solemnization of a marriage are re- bour iseeindpldooyeneosteerxvceese; danthdethaecteuxaplecnossets opfaiitdem01s aaecitmu-- ce,ved dnder color |of ofilce and are, therefore, public
mmieys witliln the terms of liC § 117 10, and records of
ally fuinished;
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finandal transactions involving such moneys must be
2)The honoiatium, expenses, 01 both wele paid maintained 1,1 accordance with RC §§ 117 05 1 and
Dk '' in recognition of demonstiall,e business, piofes- 117 08 OAG No 83-068
sional, 01 estlietic intelests of tlie public official 01 2 (1983)l h' e Ohio Ethics Law and related statutes do
employee that exist apait fiom his public ofilce 01 not prohibit a cou,ity prosecutor from representing a joint
employment, including, but not limited to, such a
ambulance district in his private capacity, provided that
demonstiable intetest in public speaking and wete
the representation is not before agencies of the county,and
not paid by any peison 01 othet entity, 01 by any
not on a matter in which he personally participated as a
public omcial, Ohio Ethics Commission, Advisory Opin-
8- t . repiesentative 01 association of such persons 01 en- ion No 83-009
titles, that is iegi,lated by, doing business with, oi 3. (1984)The Ohio Ethics Law and related statutes do
4 seeking to do business with the depal tinent, divt- not prohibit a city fire chief or other city omcial or em- sion, institution, boatd, commission, authotity,bu- ployee from serving on the board of a non-pr,ft corporareau,
or othet instiumentality of the goveinmental tion created by the city and other Jurisdictions to provide
entity witli which the pulI,tc offlci.1 ,01 employee contract paramedic services, provided that he is serving in
serves his official capacity as designated by city council, and that
I)A public official 0, employee may accept tra- no otlier conflict of interest exists: Ohio Ethics Commis-
2, , sion,Advisory Opinion No 84-001. vel, meals, and lodging 01 expenses ot ieimbuise-
4. (1984)Tlie Ohio Ethics Law and related statutes do 3 ment of expenses for tiavel, meals, and lodging in not prohibit a township from acquiring, either by direct
4 ' ceovennntesctrieolnatewdith conferences, seminms, and similar purchase or eminent domain proceeditig, real property to his official duties if the travel, owned by the wife ofa township trustee,provided that the
meals, and lodging, expenses, or leimbuisenient is township trustee does not participate in discussions, delibt
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§ 102.03 PAGE'S OHIO REVISED CODE ANNOTATED 28 J
b)Any candidate for the offlce of governor, at- informal appeannce before, or arty written or ornl
19 - torne general, secretar>of state, treasurer of state, communication with, any public agency on behalf
auditor of state, member of the senate or house of of any person. Nothing contained in this division
representatives of the general assembly, or to the shall prohibit, during such period, a former public
campaign committee of any such candidate. offlcial or employee from being retained or em-
3)The month, day, and year in which the con- ployed to represent, assist, or act in a representative
tribution was made; capacity for the public agency by which he was
4)The full name and addiess of each person, employed or on which he served. This division shall :i
political party,or campaign committee to which a not be construed to prohibit the performance of : '
contribution was made; ministeripl functions, including, but not limited to, 1
5)The value in dollars and cents of the contri- the filing or amendment of tax returns, applica- 1"
bution. tions for permits and licenses, Incorporation pn- :
17 B)No person shall knowingly fail to file a state- pers,and other similar documents.
ment that is required by this section. B)No present or former public ofAcial or em-
2 C)No person shall knowingly make a false ployee shall disclose or use, without appropriate
statement in n statement that is required to be nled authorization, any information acquired by him in
under this section. the course of his official duties which is conflden- .,
HISTORY, 142 v S t. Eff 11-28-88. Ual because of statutory provisions, or which ha, 5
been clearly designated to him as confidential ,
Cross-References to Related Sections when such confidential designation is warranted,
Penalty,RC § 102.99 because of the status of the proceedings or the ciri'
. Prohibitions,RC § 4503 03 cumstances under which the information was re-
2, ceived and preserving its confidentiality is necessary
to the proper conduct of government business.
§ 102.03 Public official or employee re- C ()No public official or employee shall partld- 1 strictions. pate within the scope of his duties as a public om-
4.. A)No present or former public omcial or em- cial or employee, except through ministerial func- 6
6.i:.,
ployee shall, during his public employment or serv- tions as defined in division (A)of this section, in t
ice or for twelve months thereafter,represent a eli- any license or rate-making proceeding that directly L
ent or act in a representative capacity for any afrects the license or rates of any person, partner- 1
person on any matter in which he personally par- ship, trust, business trust, corporation, or associa- i
4•.' ticipated as a public official or employee through tion in which the public official or employee or his ;
decision, approval, disappioval, recommendation, immediate family o*ms or controls more than five ,
f. the rendering of advice, investigation, or other sub- per cent. No public official or employee shall parstantial
exercise of administrative discretion. For ticipate within the scope of his duties as a public ;
twenty-four months after the conclusion of his serv- official or employee, except through ministerial
F4 ice, a former commissioner or attorney examiner of functions as defined in division (A)of this section,
the public utilities commission may not represent a in any license or rate-making proceeding that di-
1 public utility,as defined in section 4905 02 of the rectly affects the license or rates of any person to
Revised Code, or act in a representative capacity on whom the public official or employee or his immebehalf
of such a utility before any state board,com- diate family,or a partnership, trust,business trust,
mission, or agency. For twenty-four months after corporation, or association of which he or his imthe
conclusion of his service, no former public offl- mediate family owns or controls more than five per
cial or employee who participated as a public ofB- cent, has sold goods or services totaling more than
cial or employee through decision, approval, disap- one tliousand dollars during the preceding year,unproval,
recommendation, the rendering of advice, less the public official or employee has filed a writthe
development or adoption of solid waste man. ten statement acknowledging such sale with the
1 agement plans, investigation, inspection, or other clerk or secretary of the public agency and the
substantial exercise of administrative discretion un- statement is entered in any public record of the
der Chapter 343. or 3734. of the Revised Code shall agency's proceedings. This division shall not be
41- represent a person who is the owner or operator of construed to require the disclosure of clients of ata
facility, as deflned in section 3734 01 of the Re- torneys or persons licensed under section 4732 12 or
i·' vised Code, or who is an applicant for a permit or 4732.15 of the Revised Code, or patients of persons
license for a facility under that chapter,or shall act certifled under section 4731.14 of the Revised Code.
In a representative capacity on behalf of any such D)No public official or employee shall use or 5
person before any board, commission, or agency of authorize the use of the authority or influence of
the state or a political qubdivision. As used in this his ofilce or employment to secure anything of
f , division, m "atter"includes any case, proceeding, value or the promise or offer of anything of value
L -; , { application, determination, issue, or question, but that is of such a character as to manifest a substandoes
not include the proposal, consideration, or en- tia]and impiopet influence upon him with respect
actment of statutes, rules, ordinances, resolutions, to his duties
or charter or constitutional amendments. As used E)No public official or employee shall solicit or t 0. in this division, represent"includes any formal or accept anything of value that is of such a cha!acte,
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i. § 102.03 STATE GOVERNMENT 126
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I eligineer frotil re,iewing private engitieering work m a represe,italive capacity for a tranrportation company , pliert1i9,nerer,cipl llii,)e1>,1d,1·1 1r (1(11,)0,E#oltlhiiecrimCeo,1t,1im1c,irsssoiofntl,icAfdirvmisolriyy wOhpicinli- in wlitcli hc 15 a Imrtlier,I,efc,re llic 1«11, (31 cliftrict l„ 1„11* loti No 82 001 lie k einl)v!e(d,,on anv matter iii n lilch lie 19 dircrth con• „ , cerned and pergonally parlic,pates I}y a substantial and ,', ,' co2lit1ic il (1m9e8t0nb)Rereiflrgoemd Code § 102 03(D) prohibilf a cilv material erercise of adininistratie cliscretion In |111 capad1· '7 1 participatilig Iii (lismissions or votilig ty witli tlie scllool district Ohio Ethics Con,miusion, Ad1. i', on council matters regar(litig a downtown revital,zation vicory Opinion No 78 002 Cprooijnemctiswsioli,nc,liAduvoistioldrv IO,epnicnfiiotnhiNsop8ro0p-0e0r7ty· Ohio Ethics 32, 1( 978)As used in Revised Code 4 102 03(A)t,he , - 22 (1979)Ilevised Code § 102 03(D) prollibits phrase "represent or act in a representative capaclif cotilittl meinlw,r frotn ioting 0,1 a city incli,des any formal or informal appearance or u ritten oft real a zonlilg cliange affecting oral com,nu,ilcation Ollio Ethics Commission, Ad,turyl /, A(1,prc,c!r,tv o,vned I,y lils wife Olti)Elltic.9 Coininlision, 01i,nlo,i No 78 002 19)rv 01), nion No 79-008 33 (1977) Reilsed Cocle § 102 03(A)doef not prol,Iblt I , 231.9(79) 113( tic(l C(ide § 102 03(D)pr{11,111)19 a city an attorncy, wlio scrrecl as a hearing ern,ni,ier fcir thel criuticil ilie,111}r( fri,m vi,litig 1(,ni,i}rove lil:ilq and litalis Slate e !r'sJimd Bca, rd nf Review li,icler ali InclI('ri,l(ent 1 , hkh lic hac drafted frir ce)1,,11t(i·c:t,in!1, Iii Ills c.ipacitv as cc,ntract, fr(m, represcnlitig pripate clients lifffire Ihej ' n privalt,e!g,ltic er *111(1 filric)i,r (11)1(1)Ctitles C(in, ,l!iffic,n, Board willi!1,twelie months f„tile ter,nitialic,1 1,1 hhcrm t Acl,iwirv 01i„,ic,i, No 7[)01)7 I , tract with tlie Iloatcl Ohio Ethics C(initi,ininti, Achi:oryl ,° 5,, '' 2,1 1((179) llc,Iscrl , c(l:e § 102 03(D) Iircilill,Its a Opitilo,1 No 77-18(* 4m,e,11e|r, of n ti,u,15|lip 7011|lig ccililiniqsi|n( fri,in iolitig ti) 34 1(977) Reited Cock, § 102 03(A) i,rohibit I' ' SS lie1h,r.o,e a 70!tilig ellange or Knriance for prcil,erty in Wilic|! melnber of the rcli,11!litation Reniccs cominission rilitilia , ,:, Etlik1s4. ak(¥ tm[,i,(i,ittstiilms<Lcin!AIlhitcA'reRst .Ci )i.,,ir,mi':1 ,Nc4,t,I7le)a00g3<Ii't' 1(11)1( I1ll1,e,ytic,11,1, frcim rc lirescilling n 111, 11i£t ! c, |0, 1 a tlit !11 Of, r ... re 11,11li„tatic,n services ex)11,tilissic)11 01) an, matter x1 1 25 1(!17i() 11(ie·,cl (cle:,§) 102 (13(D) i r[cihilitls a city bc,f,re the ccitnlit,Guiti 1 1(,1},Elliics0 1(1:1,coll lici|1!1,1,1 frrmi icillg„,iffirlI„ti,velj f,ir tlic titv f a( 1(1,1- Chi)ln,,7 N0 77 001 11,991111,Adilwry ,'' 1
stlic,1, c,f a 91c(i'fic 1)ir,cel of prfil)r(t' if Ille exiti,c!,111,7,1 19 35 (1976)Revised Code § 102 03(A)prcillibitq a fc,rmer 1>1" k1m1#lkip,t iM:, 1t1|1w,1s.tt,mn elif 1|irt(ic'c )1,1itc(9,'f1|tlh,lit t1h,1r,rfiillll,er cif tlie prcil,crti in me,nl,er of tlic 1(11)0 13i,r)d, <fla, x al,licalq, fc,r a lieritxiof , cilii,mglmsi,ic,cs enterl,rise Ohic, Fil,is{1·,rice 1,1 thu (r,u„ I welve moiillis after hr leaves office, from r{p'rcittit!11%a 1 i'w! n (4„ti,i(n No 76 0(5} ics i()1:,,1,ilvic)1,, Ad ethloleic,it iln,caftolererftlwicithbowahricdhf „ttaher aml,clieinalliser0,,d11it>rwinigtlihricegard lo " tenice
m thrlioard, wac clirectl>concerne(I ntid iii i,hic],liepir i
1,1/2') Reprefclitilig private client liefore pil!li,c age,icv 26 1(982)Ilci Gotinllv parlicil}aled by a ful}stantial ariel material c,prcir - mmi,Ii,er fo, the Issttnilel a(tcic:leli(tc§,ir102 3( 3(A)lir(1)111ts),a fc}m, er cif adminiftrative discretion 0111(E, llics Coti,mission. Ad ' 4" 9 (ff,icr frotti r(I}r<filititig a visory Opinicin No 76-008 cit, 10, h„ic 1, he if now 1<11„1ir„d, befc,re tile Wate 36 1(975)A foritier clel]it,5 adininistrati,r of the Imreau 7 . 4: miclilfir s office M :i,11 itiatter iii h„ich lie i,er501,.illy par- of elitplf}j merit fervices IR I,rcihililted, frir tu elve I,iotithi, ti ticilintel( l„ille elit[1,(rd byllic,st:l,e aticlit(ir· 0111<E,thics froin rel}rese,iling a client (111 a matter before the 11,,re,111,If i; 'f Ci,it)iii<sic,n, Ad%ig,ir> 1 (1,t!i,,1 Nci 82-Of2} 1Ihile 27 (1981)Re;s :e,1 0,cle § 1(12 1)3(A)lirt,1,11,115 scri InK as del}zitv ad,1,Inistratcir of tlic litircoit he ,+ Valc• cli,plf}e,r frcirit ri,iri's 1)11111:a l,r!, Ic*· c, lt(1a'1f1c,r1nfo,ie(le'r was directi)c,ollcerne<l nild per90nnlly p,irticipaticl Iii a a,1,11,1,lic agc 11(m, a m.I,ll r !11 11 IIi(1-1 1.(1'( r'[fim.ill\,par- t9io,1n,tawtiitlhtrirle .ignadrdmtaotethrieal crercise of adint,ilfir,111d,(lf,re Aticil,ipalid as .1 41.Ile £1, 1,.1,e„e 1(11)0 11-(,c!s C<11),1,1.Gfion, matter 011,0 Ettlicf Collitilll«in, ts,ir, 01,ittioti Nci 81 (2){)
Adc,o!ry Oi,Inlon No 75-014
ft,i2t8c ((1'980)Ile,iqed Cocle § 11)2 09(A)prcil,il,its a ffiritier Using official position to secure a Illing of vallie 1111}Iri,ee 1(,1. .It Icirticv) fici,11 r(p'r<fe, itil,ig 41 1 irti'i.le 17 (Ic)83)Rei ised Code § 102 03(1)p)rcilill,! clli'lit ,11)3 11a)f,ter 1,1 h, icl, lie liersoliall>pdrlicqmled ni n 19 itisptr / fl,IN· i,1[1,,1,(,fi(,r· ,,,1,(rifid f„lifilic tcirg mid other ci,iplovees of the Boarcl of Costnelc,108$ 10: 1,1l(i,llif .lAi lie frtilit k|litig eY,41,1(1',1)(ig& 1,r(1,1(,-19 1(1 f.1,(1,19 tlitit tlici In , Ot1itiiso,(n1'.N11o0 8se0n -i0c8(e) Ohb Elltits Ctiti]1,1iq9111, A(Ii is(rv) fpect cir (illier, vise rigi,late 01110 Ell,ics Cot,imiwir,n, Ad ,
2,9 (1(8]0)11vigel CN,ick, 4 102 03(A) visc,rv Ol,ttiin„ Ni, 83-0(7} Iniard meitiber froin i,1,11„11 .s,clicw,1 repri,senltiig or acling iii a ri prisr'11-
38 (1(8)3) Ilic Ohic, Et.lii<9 1,t•w ni,1(rc,laird statillps ,
Inli,c c,ilincilj fcir tlie ailt(n,ic,litle denlership 1,3 wli,ch he prolill)t!a city e,1!11) z(e,e from receiving a ferlerall,filliclcd ,,
19 enitile(c„] licfc,re tlie school l(istit(t, on any matter in Ir1)11,or grant fro,11 ilic cit>clivificit,1,f c,1)1111, 1,nit,de,rl<p,
3 u litch lie is clirectlj concer,ircl mci in uhlch he percm,allv moil Ii(in) Etl,ics Co,ii,nicsim, Adisor> Cl)iinion , No 83-005 P.Irtkip,ties 1„a 9,11s) taritin| atid i,n}terial everclic of a(1
111 1,11 st r.111,e c|Iscritic,1, in |1 5, rapacity cm t|ic fc]0,01 lic)nrd 39 (1982)Revifecl Code § 10203(D)prohibits n cit) Ohic, EI.hicf (Ii:!(1,,f}f!i(i,,!AciviGIr,b 01,1111(111 NA} 80 003 rotincil nic:Tilier from reci·v,ing free calile televition ftri ki ,
30 7((J])(l)lc,i,c cl c(,c:le § 1(2}03(A)lic,Ii,1,its a citv frilt„a c <r,ix,rati,in tliat lic,c]ls a enlile tele,v,91,11 frn,1(hile
111,1(1 ,1111(1' 1!il r i,110 19 nli C 1,4111r( '(:1'11( fillit-u,r, fr(11,1 grantrcl b) the citv Ohio Etliles CoinilliSSic1},, Ail,irrin
rel,rf·c.tilitig n I iririte clic rit fil ailing m a ripresela„l tre
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Council Minutes July 5, 1989

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JULY 5, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Morrow
Councilmember Hughes
Also Present:
Mark Zarbaugh, Service Director
Joe Hickman, Utilities Director
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Rader moved to excuse absentee member Malcuit.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
County Tax Budget -No one appeared to speak for or against the
Manager' s proposed 1990 County Tax Budget. Public hearing closed
at 7: 34 p.m..Action on the budget was held for old business.
Ordinance No. 24-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses".
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance.
Public hearing closed at 7: 38 p.m..Action on this ordinance was
held for old business.
MINUTES
June 21, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Schnaidt
moved that the minutes be approved as distributed. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Carrie Fontaine
B. E. Mason
Brenda Mix
jeff VanDine, Ohio Power
David Stewart, Advocate
Barbara Flavin
Roger Card
Liesha Hurwitz, Booster
Richard Daugherty, Ohio Power
Angus MacPhail, Sentinel
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July 5, 1989
Page 2
No comments, questions or
this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
concerns were expressed by citizens' at
Comprehensive Planning Committee -Councilmember Morrow announced
the following two scheduled meetings: July 11, 1989, at 7: 30
p.m.,will be a Town Meeting, and will be held at the Granville
high school cafeteria. The agenda for this meeting will include
the survey results and a plan outline; the second meeting will be
held at the Village Hall, July 18, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m.,in Village
Council Chambers. Mr. Morrow commented that Woolpert Consultants
are a bit behind on their schedule.
OLD BUSINESS
Resolution No. 89-29, "A Resolution To Adopt The 1990 Tax Budget
As Proposed And To Direct The Village Manager To Submit It To The
County Auditor",was introduced, read and moved for passage by
Councilmember Morrow. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery.
Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 24-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses", was moved
for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Morrow.
Discussion: A lengthy debate was conducted by members of
Council in regards to Section I of this ordinance appropriating
8, 000, to provide additional monies for the construction of a
salt storage facility. The issue of the salt storage facility
costing approximately 50% more than what was estimated disturbed
Council and they wanted to discuss this issue further. All was
in agreement to go back to the drawing board on this item.
Section II, of Ordinance No. 24-89 was then discussed. This
appropriation would provide $3, 000 to purchase a new riding mower
for the Utilities Department. Mr. Hickman, Utilities Director,
was present to answer any questions Council might have on the
Capital Outlay item. He gave details of the commercial type mower
he had selected. Following a brief discussion, the following
motion was made:
Councilmember Avery moved to amend Ordinance No. 24-89 by
deleting Section I, appropriating $8,000. The $3, 000 appropriation
for a riding mower would stand. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Morrow. Roll call vote: Avery-yes, Morrow-yes, Rader-yes,
Hughes-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg-yes, Malcuit-absent. Six yes
votes, one member absent. Motion carried. Amendment to Ordinance
No. 24-89 duly passed.
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July 5, 1989
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Roll call vote on adoption of Ordinance No. 24-89 as
amended: Avery-yes, Morrow- yes, Rader-yes, Hughes-yes, Schnaidtyes,
Eisenberg-yes, Malcuit-absent. Six yes votes, one member
absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 24-89 duly adopted.
Carrie Fontaine' s Water Bill/117 Thresher Street
Members of Council conducted a lengthy discussion on Ms.
Fontaine' s outstanding water bill of $934. 76. Mayor Eisenberg
asked members for their view on the matter. Consensus of that
review indicated that all of the members sympathized with Ms.
Fontaine in owing such an extremely large utility bill, however,
from the report of the Badger Meter Company, it was clear that no
fault could be found with the water meter taken from 117 Thresher
Street where Ms. Fontaine resides, nor, by the Village Utility
Department. Therefore, if the Village were to waive or adjust Ms.
Fontaine' s water &sewer bill, Council would be required to
change existing Village policy regarding leak adjustments.
None were willing to change the policy, with the exception of
one member. Therefore, it was the consensus of Council that Ms.
Fontaine would have to pay the $934. 76 utility bill. It was noted
to Ms. Fontaine that she would not have to pay the bill in a lump
sum, but could make time payments worked out with the Village
Manager if she wished.
A copy of the letter sent by Badger Meter Company in regards
to the above mentioned meter is hereby attached as part of these
minutes.
Alexandria Water Bill -Manager Plunkett gave an update report
on Alexandria and their past due water bill. Mr. Plunkett said
that he spoke with Audrea Allen, Alexandria Council Member, and
Mayor Reese. Alexandria Village Council have agreed to pay their
current bill by the 15th of each each month, and $500 by the 30th of month on their back bill.
NEW BUSINESS
Ohio Power Company -Richard Daugherty and Jeff VanDine from Ohio
Power Company appeared this evening to discussed with Council Ohio Power' s proposal to phase out incandescent street lights in the Village to the mercury vapor type. The present incandescent lights are getting harder to repair because of a lack of parts. Plans are to replace 77 incandescent lights with 123 of the mercury vapor ones. Mr. Daugherty distributed a map of the Village which was color coded to represent different zones in the Village. One zone would be done at a time, and the initial changeo-ver would be no cost to the Village. Ohio Power plans to begin work on Zone I in about two months.
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July 5, 1989
Page 4
During discussion, Manager Plunkett commented that he
wasn' t sure that people in the Village were ready for more
lights, and asked if it wouldn' t be possible to reduce the
number of Mercury Vapor street lights to reduce the level of
lighting to that which now exists in the Village. Mr. Daugherty
indicated this was something that could be negotiated.
Following discussion, Mayor Eisenberg thanked Mr. Daugherty
and Mr. VanDine for their presentation. Consensus of Council was
that this issue will need further discussion. A copy of Ohio
Power' s color coded map indicating the different zones that will
be replaced with the new lights is hereby attached as part of
these minutes.
Resolution No. 89-30, "To Award The Bid For The Purchase Of A
Portable Generator And To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter
Into A Contract With Buckeye Power Sales Company Therefor",was
introduced, read in its entirety and moved for passage by
Councilmember Rader. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-30 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Council Worksession, July 5, 1989 - Immediately following
tonight' s meeting -Subject: Salt Storage Facility.
July 11, 1989 -Comprehensive Planning/Town Meeting with
Woolpert Consultants, 8: 00 p.m.,at the Granville High School
Cafeteria.
July 12, 1989 -Development Commission Meeting, 7: 30 p.m.
July 13, 1989 -Comprehensive Planning Committee Meeting, 7: 30
p.m.,Village Council Chambers
Members discussed a possible joint worksession with the Development
Commission to discuss the status of the and Brun Du Woods PUD, the parameters of the Development Commission' s responsibility and jurisdiction with respect to modifications of approved Development Plans. No definite date could be scheduled at this time due to prior committments and conflicting schedules. A meeting will be scheduled in the near future.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved
discuss the possible
Councilmember Rader.
Motion to return
Schnaidt,
10: 03 p.m..
to go into executive session to
acquisition of property. Motion seconded by Motion carried. Time: 9: 34 p.m..
to regular session was seconded by Councilmember Rader.
made by Vice Mayor
Motion carried. Time:
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July 5, 1989
Page 5
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 10: 04 p.m..
Mayor
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Clerk of Council

Council Minutes June 21, 1989

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1 REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 21, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Vice Mayor Schnaidt convened the meeting at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Rader
Vice Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Rader moved to excuse absentee members Eisenberg
and Morrow. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion
carried.
MINUTES
June 7, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Malcuit
moved to approved the minutes as distributed. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried. ,
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Roger Card
B. E. Mason
Ann Wright
Mark Zarbaugh
No commentsq,.uestions or concerns
MAYOR' S REPORT
David Stewart -Advocate
Brenda Mix
were expressed at this time.
The Mayor' s Report for the month of May was presented and
reviewed. During review Councilmember Rader questioned what
would warrant being cited for "Failure to Aid a Police Officer"
listed on page two of the Mayor' s Court Report. Manager Plunkett
said he would asked Chief Cartnal and get back with him on the
answer. Following review the Clerk was asked to file the report.
A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these
minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of May was presented and
reviewed. Following review Councilmember Rader moved to approve
the report. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion
carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of
these minutes.
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June 21, 1989
Page 2
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
meeting of June 14th. At that meeting the Commission approved
applications for air conditioners and fences.
The Commission also talked about sandwich board signs and
after-the-fact applications. Chairman Al Davison proposed that
a surcharge be applied to any application that was submitted
after a project was completed, and recommended that the Commission
get together with Manager Plunkett to draft legislation
that would address after-the-fact applications and submit to
Village Council for review and consideration.
It was suggested that perhaps this would be something the
Village' s Law Director might look into. Ms. Munro responded and
said that this sort of issue could be addressed by the Development
Commission as a policy matter.
OLD BUSINESS
Carrie Fontaine, 117 Thresher Street -
Continuance
Outstanding Water Bill
Ms. Fontaine who rents 117 Thresher Street, was not present at
the June 6th meeting when the outstanding water bill for this
property was discussed and a resolution off the matter was
determined by Village Council at that time.
Ms. Fontaine wanted to present her side of the issue and was
first to speak this evening. She presented what facts, figures
and findings she had collected regarding any and everything she
could find regarding the mechanics of water, water pressure,
leaks, water meters, etc.,in an effort to keep her hysteria to a
minimum as a result of the enormously h-igh utility bill of
934. 76 (representing a water usage of 157,000 gallons over a two
month period).She placed several large drawings of each room of
her house pointing out areas that had plumbing, and how steps and/ many or paces it took to reach each room, and the amount of
water that could flow from each connection for a certain amount
of time. She felt that if a plumbing problem existed at the time
all this water was used she would have had some warning, like
puddles, the sound of running water or drips. She claimed there
were no clues. She then went over each of the facts she had
mustered up, stating that people at Badger Meter Company told her that a vacuum or bubble in the line could possibly show a wrong reading or possibly a pebble in the water could get lodged in the meter. Ms. Fontaine did not dispute the meter reading, but pnoiniented out that in that period she and her son were away for days. Also, no water leaks were found by the Village, the building' s maintenance man or by her, and no evidence of any
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leaks. In addition, her normal consumption was on the average
5, 000 to 7,000 gallons for a two month period. She was very
concerned about this type of thing happening again, since no one
has been able to assure her that it would not happen again, and
no one could explain where all the water went. Ms. Fontaine also
wanted to know why her meter was replaced if nothing was wrong
with it.
Joe Hickman, Utilities Director for the Village of Granville
was also present and stated that the meter at Ms. Fontaine' s was
tested and found to be slow. In regards to a vacuum in the line,
no hydrants were flushed in that vicinity, and no record of any
fire exists. In addition, he could not believe that having a
bubble in the line could cause a meter to advance or jump. The
meter comes installed with a screen which would rule out having a
pebble in the meter. Mr. Hickman did confirm that a faulty
toilet, leaking at two gallons a minute could account for that
much water in a two month period, and that a silent water leak in
a toilet cannot be detected so easily, unless the tank is
inspected.
Mr. Hickman stated that the Village has a meter replacement
program in which older meters are being replaced with the more
up-to-date remote touch read meters.
Jeff Moore, a sales representative from Badger Meters, said
that the meter itself has a mechanical device installed which
won' t allow itself to advance, noting that 40 PSI would have
shattered the meter under erratic pressure.
Following a lengthy discussion among members of Council a
resolution was proposed to waive sewer and sewer debt charges on
Ms. Fontaine' s utility bill which would eliminate two-thirds of
the bill. Ms. Fontaine said she did not want to sound ungrateful,
and appreciated Council' s proposal to waive two-thirds of the
bill, but she was still uncomfortable with the possibility of
this sort of thing happening again, especially, since no one has
been able to determine how the water was used.
Again, members of Council discussed the issue. Some felt
that waiving two-thirds of the bill was all that they could
do since the meter could not be faulted when tested by 'the Village' s Utility Department. Others were still uncomfortable
with the thought that there might be something wrong with the
meter mechanically, and still there was the mystery of how that
much water could be used in a two month period with no signs of
any leaks or faulty plumbing.
Consensus of Council was to send the meter taken out
of Ms. Fontaine' s residence at 117 Thresher Street to Badger
Meter Company, and have them take the meter might apart to see if there be something mechanically or structurally wrong with it. When the results of their findings are received, the issue will then be taken up by Council and resolved.
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Ms. Munro proposed that Ms. Fontaine might want to share her
research papers with Mr. Hickman so that the same material is not
researched twice, thereby saving some time. Ms. Fontaine agreed.
All letters, memos, etc.,distributed on this matter to
date, are hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Alexandria Water -At a previous meeting, Audrea Allen, Councilwoman
for the Village of Alexandria asked Council if the Village
would consider providing distribution and billing service to the
Village of Alexandria. Council asked Joe Hickman, Utilities
Director, to run an analysis of costs to provide such service to
Alexandria. Mr. Hickman presented his cost analysis as requested.
Upon review of Mr. Hickman' s findings, it was consensus of
Council that such service to Alexandria would be cost prohibitive
and that Alexandria' s water needs be provided on the same basis
that is currently in effect. Manager Plunkett was directed to
notify Alexandria Village Council of their consensus.
A copy of Mr. Hickman' s analysis on the above matter is
hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Current Legal Matters
Gurcarkowski Case Vs. McPeek Funeral Home -Village Law Director
Ann Munro, gave an update report on the GurcarkowskMi/cPeek Case
in which the Village was joined into the suit with the McPeeks,
as a co-defendant. John C. Nemeth, Attorney for Erie Insurance
Co.,the Village' s insurance carrier, has been representing the
Village in this matter. Ms. Munro commented that they' ve have
done a good job on the Village' s behalf and may get the Village
out as a co-defendant.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 24-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses" was introduced, and title read in its entirety by Councilmember
Avery. A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for July 5, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Acknowledge Receipt of The Manager' s Proposed 1990 County Tax Budget -By consensus of Council, acknowledgement of the
Manager' s proposed 1990 County Tax Budget was made.
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Acknowledgement of Recycling Center' s Contribution to the
Village Tree Fund -Council acknowledged receipt of the Recycling
Center' s contribution of $500 to the Village' s Tree Fund, and
directed the Manager to convey their thanks to the Recycling
Center and the many volunteers who work at the center.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
June 28, 1989, 7: 30 p.m.
July 5, 1989, 7: 30 p.m. -
Granville Development Commission
Regular Council Meeting
July 11, 1989, 7: 30 p.m. Granville High School Cafeteria -
Meeting with the Planners: Woolpert Consultants
Councilmember Malcuit announced that she would not be at the
July 5th and July 19th meeting. Councilmember Avery said he
would not be at the July 19th meeting. Manager Plunkett announced
thdt he would be on vacation the week of July 10th.
Manager Plunkett asked members to let him know if they plan to
ride in the 4th of July Parade. Breakfast for Councilmembers
will be at the Granville Inn, 9: 00 a.m.,on the 4th.
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Hughes moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 10 p.m..
t est:
Clerk of Co#dncil
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VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor' s Court Monthly Report
MAY: 1989
1\ MONTit NCIAL STATEMENT
ance of Bond Motiey from Last Month : al Money Collected for this Month:
Total paid to State (RRF&GRF):
Total Paid in Refunds/Overpayments:
Total Paid to General Fund:
APRIL 1989. MAY1.;9·.89
MONTH HON.1'Irrage
I.
GENERATED CASES BY TtlE GRANVILLE .POLICE DEPARTMENT
CASES PROCESSED IN MAYOR'S COURT .''
Parking Tickets: 17
mlnal Complaints: 7
es Dismissed:
Guilty Waivers (payments out of court): 20
Cases Appearing in Court:
3:ASES TRANSFERRED FROM FLAYOR'S COURT
3 RAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED:
Excessive Speed:
Assured Clear Distance:
1.,296. 00 100. 00 5, 129:00
7, 453. 67 8.,176. 00 7, 028. 90
986. 00 686. 00 1, 175 00
1, 196. 00 1. 637. 00 786. nn-
5, 371 67 4. 557. 00 5, 943. 90
Balance of Bond Money Remainitig'tin Account: 1, 196. On 1. 996 00 5. 043. 00.
Traffic Citationsi 48 54 76
Parking Tickets: 18 51 39
Criminal Complaints: 7 24 20
Traffic Citations: 44 5n 7A
48 37
74 n
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14 76
14 25- 74
To Licking County Municipal Court: 0 1
To Juvenile Court: 3 4 7
30 8 ' 19
Disregarding Red Signal: L
Disregarding Stop Sign: 3 5 6
Ulsregarding All Other Traffic Control Devices:
Plbited Right Turn on Red Signal:
I (Alcohol/Drugs): 2 9 11
Illfn Container/Liquor Consumption: 2 5 0
Opn Willful/Wanton Disregard for Safety:
Opn without Reasonable Control: 2

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MAY 1989
MON 111
APRIL 1989 M _AL1-9-89- -
MONTII MONill
rage 2.
FFIC-_ CITATIONS PROCESSED (con' t)
eeing a Police Officer:
uealing Tires/feeling/Cracking Exhaust:
rmitting/Or: Riding/Hanging Outside Vehicle:
U-Turn (Opposite Direction/Enter Parking Place):
Failure to Yidld:
Disorderly Conduct/Public Intoxication:
IDisturbing the Peace:
Drug Abuse/Possession:
Gambling Offenses:
Littering:
Falsification:
1 1
8 7
2 2
Equipment Violation: 1
Pedestrian Violation:
No Operators/Chauffers License: 4
Opit Under Suspension/Revocation: 3
No Motorcycle Endorsement: 1
Restriction Violation:
Registration/Title Violation: 2 ' 4
Leaving the Scene of an Accident: 2
Failure to Stop for School Bus Unloading/Loading:
Improper Passing: 2
All Others: Following Too Closely
5
MINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
ilmal Offenses:
1 7
1
1
Failure to Report a Crime:
Obstructing Official Business:
Failure to Aid a Police Officer:
Obstructing Justice: 1
Resisting Arrest: 1
Sate of Alcohol to a Minor: 2
Misrepresentationt 1 1
llen Container in a Public Place: 2 4 5
xual Imposition:
blic Indecency:
Voyeurism:
Importuning:
Assault:
141!.viSED PARKING 'tiCkEt (5/11/8/)
Vlo #1-Parking on Sidewalk or Curb Lawn:
VIO #2-Blocking Public or Private Driveway:
VIO #3-Parkdd within 20 ft of an intersection:
VIO #4-Parked on a Crosswalk:
MAY 1989
MONTH
VIO #5-Parked in a No Parking_Zone: jili §=Partd Too Far fro'CM-rb (Ift or_more): -- VIO #7-Parked in Same Spotin Excess o f 72 Ilours:
VIO #8-overtime _ P_alking:
VIO #9-Parked Facingin Wrong Direction:
VIO #10-Parked Outside V# of Marked Parking Spgce: _ 11-In Handicapped Zone 3/0 Proper Tags/Plps-ard.:
#13-Parked Upon a Brid e or Over ass: !
UN11-5P-arkedw-ith-AL191_1R.I-L_E.iLL!1drant :
VIO #14-Parked in Roadway Creating aTraffic Hazard:
Summons issued for Failure- t 9_-Lay:
I.-
APRTT 1989 MA
MONT11 1ION1T9I8t 9
4 14 21
1 6 1
4 8 2
2
3 2
1
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CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED (con't)
Aggravated Menacing/Menacing:
ndangering Children:
lephone Harrassmebt:
mestic Violence:
Criminal Trespass:
Petty Theft:
Unauthorized use of Property/Vehicle: 1
Passing Bad Checks:
Receiving Stolen Property:
Carrying a Concealed Weapon:
Improperly Handling Firearm in Motor Vehicle:
Discharging Weapons:
Fireworks Violations:
10 2
2 4 5
2 2 6
Arson:
Criminal Damaging:
Criminal Mischief:
8
3
1
All Others: 4
Failure to Answer Summons 2
Follow up on LAPP 2
Failed to Appear 2
698
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MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Max1_28P Aoril 1989 M_ay 1988
AmnunLnanhnuna amnunLhannQua AmgunL.hannauna
New Signs Signs Replaced 1
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons) 12
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS) 150
Inlets cleaned
Inside) 30
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt ***
Grass Mowed
acres) 10
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads) 6
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days) 15
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment) 19
Call Out 2
ZQNINM
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
8
120
44
54
64
45
8
183
80
2
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
2
2
18
32
6
1. 5
120
10
26
19
41
11
7 '
80
63
17
21
105
6
28
43
637
176 Hrs.
123 Hrs.
91 Hrs.
52
1
30
90
6
17
12
2
275
3
33
8
24
4
18 '
30
170
6
5 5 9
1 3 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 0 1
OTHER PROJECTS MAY 1989
1) Replaced bulbs in signal heads at Granger
Summit, College &Granger, Prospect &Broadway
and Main &Broadway
2) Fix-up Clean-up week, 17 loads costing $4, 710. 00
3) Power out at signal on Main &Broadway
4) Repair end of culvert at Spellman &Granger
5) Began to prepare for crackfilling
6) Reinstalled fence, seeded &strawed at
Sunrise &College
7) Picked up paint machine from Xenia
8) Built and painted cabinet in tool room
9) Cut down tree on East Maple
10) Removed flower box at Lumber Yard
11) Installed 8. 5 ton of B-19 at the end of Sunrise
12) Removed deadwood in trees on Newark- Granville Rd.
13) Dug out, concreted, &blacktopped excavated
water &storm line repairs
14) Worked on signal at St. Route 16 &Cherry Valley_
15) Trimmed branches from traffic signals &signs
16) Changed all bulbs in traffic signals in
downtown area
17) Seeded and strawed Thresher sidewalk
18) Repainted street sign (profanity on it)
19) Made barricades and worked in shop
Total Hrs
10 Hrs.
190 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
6 Hrs.
16 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
38 Hrs.
36 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
20 Hrs.
138 Hrs.
36 Hrs.
40 Hrs.
28 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
2 Hrs.
94 Hrs.
698 Hrs.
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
May 1989
20.894
674
19. 921
643
4. 9
April 1989
22. 360
745
2
23
3
16. 409
529
Flushed all fire hydrants.
Replaced cracked sewer tile on Chapin Place.
Raised three sewer manhole covers buried under blacktop.
Note:
MG) -
MGD) -
DT) -
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
6. 4
May 1988
29. 175
941
2
17
1
4
9. 003
166
7.4
MANAGER' S REPORT
2
16
2
33 26
46 14 27
May 1989
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
MPLAINT ACTIVITIES
n-Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses Invstgtd:
Followu-p Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
and Delivered Mail: Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
0
69
4
158
559
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthly Report***
May 1989 April 1989 May 1988
Quantity Time Quantity Time Quantity Time
4117
18
48
18
36
55
37
2
280
B1
44
127
21
21
329
6
6156
10
1
192
22
94
4
5
0
0
328
73
14
72
40
36
93
48
4.45
2.42
5.78
29.50
2.45
48
2.52
55
1.62
30.68
7.65
85
12.65
1. 47
358.82
461.70
2.38
2.77
43.67
5.50
54.25
2.27
42
0
0
111.25
38.23
3.45
19.27
3.68
16.60
116.85
0
6.35
68
42.25
247.37
2889
54
51
35
14
30
60
7
312
109
65
95
18
14
486
6
4245
13
4
266
49
81
31
61
1
0
506
60
4
128
417
47
6
28
40
31
71
2
2.17
7.78
2.73
2.42
7.70
3.38
1. 40
2.50
25
1.45
28.08
4.53
1. 67
17.68
1.77
294.43
461.30
3.03
3.57
48.92
8.85
55.33
11. 98
1.25
33
0
133.27
25.63
1. 77
8.17
3.63
6.98
66.73
08
4.78
13
27.15
145.07
3930
36
65
B4
42
55
44
9
191
144
38
107
13
18
763
0
5567
40
24
36
52
47
113
22
75
13
174
596
16
0
247
51
53
21
38
1
434
1.43
11.65
5.BO
10.28
14.63
2
1.88
1.33
73
10
18.02
3.43
2.45
26.88
0
446.38
547.02
8.05
0
54.57
16.85
35.90
8.65
5. 10
42
0
131.20
23.10
8. 43
10.53
4.92
11.77
77.53
88
3.97
1.20
29.42
171.75
May 1989
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized:
Total Mileage:
VEHICLE:
1987 Ford LTD
1988 Ford LTD
1989 Ford LTD
352--
Steve Cartnal
Chief of Police
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Monthly Report***
May 1989
500-40
5033
Odometer
69376
7111
1296
April 1989
387.10
4059
Miles
3206
540
1287
May 1988
399.50
3930
STATE
DEPARTMENT
DIVISION
L. 1r GRANVI'
ACCOUNT
FUND DESCRIPTION
A 1 GENERAL
A 2 MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESERVE
8 1 STREET
8- FrIGHWAY----
B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
C 1. DEBT SERVICE
C S-E-WERC-O-NSTRUCTION FUND -'--------
C 3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT
D 3 OWDA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
E7- WATER--- ---
E 2 SEWER
E 6 SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND
E 7-SEWERDEST -SERVICE RESERVE FUND--- -
E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
E92 SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
F72EQOT PMENTR-E- SERVE---- ----
G.LMILENGREEN ESCROW
H 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
BALANCE
AT BEGINNING
40.000.00
11. 511. 08
18 2/ .(.)
6/6085
83,500. 47
b6.2/8. 15
39, 735. 07
54. 286.77
154.222.56
8.520.05
6.982.65
1 4/7348IZZ;
7. 107. 11
25. 493.77
REFUKi NU.
PAGE 1
DATE
MONTH UE
4. 251. 38
15. 838. 27
9, 4 82. 62
2. 519. 39
3.346. 00
41. ·tS:·Z. 6 1
29. 888.61
10.606. 73
-- -101-r 20
00
00
48:879:00
293.04
K 1.3
OPER 0
05/31/89
MAY
BALANCE
DISBURSED AT MONTH END
5.564. 88
10.267. 92 69
00-4-----
00 86
3.346.00
2,b ,VVe:, 4 .4
29.981. 69
00
2#00
C)C)
59, c.0) 8/4.
00
00 2. 841. 10
10. 197.58
204.68
243-47-
019. 86
38.964.- 52
25.980. 00
811. 01
1027907724- -
00
0 248. 778.00
39. 641. 99
64.893. 50
154.323.76
8.520.05
6. 982. 65
7. 400. 15
22.652.67
171:-693: 9--
15.056.37
00
1. 484.64
7. 961. 86
261.64
25.980.00-
68. 393.67
3.213, O©..u..
86.019.86
248.778.00-
415795:
24.585.62
64. 893.50
154-. 323-76
7.035.41
561. 00 - 6. 421. 65
1 64.219.80
00 7. 400- 15
22.652.67
GRAND TOTALS ***1*.4004.6..77 * 265.218.37 * 255.938.26 *1.342.632.88 * 482.024.31 * 860.606.57 *
LE
ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
385.4H4.0/ 98.1- 6-.00 1 4.3) 1 .5/.(b_1 ). 0/b.100.36 6 U/•4.[1- '94 01 1.1.e, >6=2;.
00 C)0 40.000.00 00 40.000.00
OL2). ·2,Z.. ZZLS.1=IW Lb l. 64 00
C)C) 00 00
00 0
0
1641.9-. 80 t-,
C)0
RECEIPTS
FUND
GENERAL
MUNI BLDG RSVE
STREET
HIGHWAY
PERMISSIVE TAX
T SERVICE
ER CONST. FUND
MilER REPL &IMPVT
OWDA CAPITAL IMPVT
WATER
SEWER
SWR DEBT SVC FUND
SWR DEBT SVC RSVE FD
WATER CAP IMPVT
SEWER CAP IMPVT
EQUIPMENT RSVE
HILENGREEN ESCROW
CIAL ASSESSMENTS
BALANCE
1/1/89
381, 159
20, 000
10, 425
305
0
72, 963
216, 409
73, 199
0
51, 694
25, 297
12, 674
152, 736
8, 520
6, 983
189, 349
7, 107
17, 925
YTD
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
1989
RECEIPTS
461, 867
20, 000
20, 333
1, 279
8, 500
60, 527
14, 834
12, 821
3, 346
162, 189
117, 202
52, 219
1, 588
0
0
48, 879
293
7, 803
DISBURSEMENTS
464, 920
0
20, 560
1, 322
8, 500
64, 285
0
0
3, 346
154, 919
102, 857
0
0
0
0
74, 008
0
3, 075
BALANCE
5/31/89
378, 107
40, 000
10, 197
262
0
69, 205
231, 243
86, 020
0
58, 965
39, 642
64, 893
154, 324
8, 520
6, 983
164, 220
7, 400
22, 653
1, 246, 745 993, 679 897, 792 $1, 342, 632
AL ALL FUNDS
Jun 1, 1989 WATER
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
AVERAGE
net chg fm
prev year
AL
IMUM
XIMUM
MILLION
GALLONS
PRODUCED
22. 60
21. 16
23. 00
22. 36
20. 89
22. 00
13. 19%
110. 02
20. 89
23. 00
METERED
CONSUMPTION
12. 97
17. 38
12. 17
18. 88
13. 34
14. 95
15. 85%
74. 75
12. 17
18. 88
LOSS
RATIO
RECEIPTS
RATES FEES
42. 61%3 5$, 746
17. 83%2 2$, 367
47. 08%3 9$, 300
15. 59%2 0$, 728
36. 15%4 1$, 161
31. 85%3 1$, 860
6. 84% 4. 05%
159, 302
15. 59%2 0$, 728
47. 08%4 1$, 161
Cost per 1000 gallons (production)
Revenue (from rates) per 1000 gallons produced
Cost per 1000 gallons (consumption)
Revenue (from rates) per 1000 gallons consumed
604
12
619
1, 430
222
TOTAL
36, 350
22, 379
39, 919
22, 158
41, 383
EXPENSES
29, 835
27, 992
26, 091
32, 005
38, 996
577 32, 438 $30, 984
30. 44% 4. 69% 12. 24%
2, 887 $162, 189 $154, 919
12
1, 430
22, 158
41, 383
26, 091
38, 996
1. 41
1. 45
2. 07
2. 13
Jun 8. 1989
1989
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
AVERAGE
net chg fm
prev year
TOTAL
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
MILLION
GALLONS
16. 41
14. 96
17. 00
22. 19
19. 92
18. 096
86. 18%
90. 480
14. 963
22. 190
SEWER USER/EVENUESE/XPENSES
RECEIPTS
SEWER FND
OM &R cost/1000 gallons
OM &R revenue1/000 gallons
DS cost/1000 gallons
DS revenue/ 1000 gallons
27, 890
15, 493
27, 803
15, 628
29, 889
23, 340
14. 94%
116, 702
15, 493
29, 889
DEBT SVCE
14, 519
7, 931
14, 732
7, 507
15, 838
12, 105
6. 66%
60, 527
7, 507
15, 838
1. 14
1. 29
71
67
EXPENSES
SEWER FND
14, 837
17, 359
22, 312
18, 367
29, 982
20, 571
1. 52%
102, 857
14, 837
29, 982
DEBT SVCE
20, 536
12, 268
10, 946
10, 268
10, 268
12, 857
33. 36%
64, 285
10, 268
20, 536

Council Minutes June 7, 1989

1 REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 7, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting-to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Morrow
Vice Mayor Schnaidt
Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved to
Rader.
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
excuse absentee
Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
PUBLIC HEARING
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
members Avery and
Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 12-89 -An Ordinance Vacating The Unimproved
Portion Of A Public Street And Declaring An Emergency.
Many residents of Fern Hill appeared this evening, and several
spoke in favor of this ordinance. They were: Bob Springs, Dan,
Carlisle, Jim McCarthy, Gene Murphy, Karen Reinhard, and Gloria
McCarthy. They cited their reasons and concerns if this ordinance
would not pass. They were: a) overall character of the neighborhood
would be altered if the area becomes an open thoroughfare,
safety of the children in the neighborhood with the added
traffic, and; because of the sharp curve and steepness of the
hill vehicular travel in the winter would be even more dangerous
with the added traffic. Each of those who spoke, strongly
recommended vacation of the unimproved portion of the public street.
Ordinance No. 22-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 1135. 01( Of The Codified Ordinances Of a) The Village Of Granville By Adding
The Definition Of "Bed atid Breakfast" And By Renumbering Sub- sections Thereof.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance.
Ordinance No. 23-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 1189. 04( k) Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By ADmisentdriincgt. The Limitations For Sandwich Board Signs In The Business
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance.
Public hearing closed at 7: 40 p.m..Action on the above legisla- tion was held for old business.
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MINUTES
May 17, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved that the minutes be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Hughes. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
B. E. Mason Nancy Carlisle
Donald Carlisle Bob Spring
Gene Murphy Jerry Krebs
Bob Kent Richard Salvage Eloise DeZwarte Mary Fellabaum
Roger Card Marsha Vachio
J. M Morey David Stewart, Advocate
Louise King, Royalty Enterprises, Inc. Mark Zarbaugh
No comments, concerns or questions were voiced at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit Commission' reported on the s meeting of 5/24/ 89. At that meeting the Commission reviewed Robert Kent' s proposal to change his Bryn Du Subdivision
plans in regards to the approved 40 condominiums to 28 cluster homes. The Commission approved the modification and were pleased with the reduced density.
Mr. Kent also requested eleven parking spaces closer to the old Golf Course Club House, which he plans to rent. This was approved as well.
John Grosell' s request to remove a window air conditioner
on the second floor and replace some window, and Roger Card' s application to build a cement patio were also approved. The Commission continued their discussions on sandwich board signs and bed &breakfast. They were concerned about whether sleeping room and bed &breakfast in Chapter 1135 - Definitions, were described accurately.
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Hughes reported that he had a copy of the Recreation Commission' s Summer Program. They are finalizing their plans for the 4th of July celebration. The sCwoimmmmiinssgion will be in charge of the bingo and other games. A party for the Middle School students was held last Sunday. The first Concert on the Green started May 28th, six more concerts are slated for this summer. The Recreation Commission contributed $500 to the Comprehensive Plan Fund.
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OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 12-89, "An Ordinance Vacating The Unimproved
Portion Of A Public Street And Declaring An Emergency."
Councilmember Morrow moved for passage of the Emergency
Clause, and read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded
by Vice Mayor Schnaidt.
Note: Several property owners in the Fern Hill Addition
appeared in support of this ordinance and expressed concerns in
regards to the safety and welfare of the residents who live in
the area if this ordinance is not passed. The Village' s engineer
inspected the area and the unimproved portion of the street and
found it to be inadequate for a thoroughfare. Earlier, when
meetings were conducted on the possibility of a merger with the
Township, the Township Trustees originally proposed this area to
be platted as an unimproved drive. The Commissioners didn' t see
it that way and approved this area as an unimproved portion of
a public street. For these reasons, the residents of the area
were in favor of this ordinance.
Also noted at this time was the fact that the legal notice
proposing vacation of the unimproved portion of the street was
advertised in the legal section of the Granville Sentinel for six
weeks as required by law.
Roll call on the motion to pass the Emergency Clause of
Ordinance No. 12-89: Morrow-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuit- Hughes- yes, yes, Eisenbergy-es, Averya-bsent, Radera- bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent.
Councilmember Morrow moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 12-89. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Roll call vote:
Morrow- yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuit-yes, Hughes-yes, Eisenberg- yes, Avery-absent, Rader-absent. Five yes votes, two members
absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 12-89 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 22-89, A"n Ordinance To Amend Chapter 1135. 01(a) Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Adding The Definition Of "Bed and Breakfast" And By Renumbering Sub- sections Thereof"w, as moved for adoption by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Roll call vote: Malcuity-es, Hughesy-es, Morrow=yes, Schnaidty-es, Eisenbergy-es, Radera-bsent, Averya-bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 22-89 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 238-9, An Ordinance
Of The Codified Ordinances
To Amend Chapter 1189.04( k)
Of The Village Of Granville By Amending The Limitations For Sandwich Board Signs In The Business District"w,as moved for adoption by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Roll call vote: Schnaidt-yes,
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Morrow- yes, Malcuit-yes, Hughes-yes, Eisenberg- yes, Rader-absent,
Avery-absent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 23-89 duly adopted.
Louise King, Royalty Enterprises -Ms. King of Royalty Enterprises
(supplier of liquid Chloride),appeared this evening make
a presentation of the pros and cons of salt water (liquid
chloride),vs. rock salt. Following a lengthy presentation of
figures, percentages, and some documented facts, Mark Zarbaugh,
Service Director presented his facts and repeated his recommendation
to Village Council that the Village switch from salt water
liquid chloride),to rock salt.
In an effort to persuade Council to reverse their decision
and remain with salt water (liquid chloride), Ms. King repeatedly
tried to speak again. Consensus of Council was that Ms. King had
been given ample time to present her case.
Councilmember Morrow stated that the Street Committee met
with Mr. Zarbaugh and cross examined him on the conversion of
salt water (liquid chloride) to rock salt. He said the Street
Committee' s decision was not made arbitrarily, and felt it was best for the Village to convert at this time.
Mayor Eisenberg stated that Council accepted Mr. Plunkett
and Mr. Zarbaugh' s findings and recommendation, and are not
inclined to overrule them.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 89-28, "A Resolution Of Appreciation To Richard
E. Stevens",was introduced, read in its entirety, and moved for
passage by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Morrow. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-28.
Granville Golf Course CompanyD/ -5 Liquor License -A notice was received from the State of Ohio Liquor Board Control requesting Village Council to respond to a request they received to transfer
a D-5 Liquor License Permit from one location to another: from the old Granville Golf Course Club House to the new club house. Mr. Robert Kent, President of the Granville Golf Course Company
was present to answer any questions Council might have. Following a brief discussion, consensus of Council was to direct the Clerk to respond as follows: that Council does not request a hearing on the matter.
Water Bill Resolution -117 Thresher Street
Carrie Fontaine, who resides at 117 Thresher Street, wrote a letter to Manager Plunkett stating her concerns about her outstanding water bill of $934. 76 for 157,000 gallons of water used in a two month period. Her letter explains that she had
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been away on vacation for a period of nine days during this
period, and that she and her son have been found to use less
than the average 100 gallons per day, per person. She claims that
no leaks were found by her nor the property maintenance man.
Joe Hickman, Utilities Director, and Ann Wright, Accounting
Clerk, wrote a memo to Manager Plunkett outlining Ms. Fontaine' s
water consumption over the past eight months: 157, 000 gallons
passed through the meter at 117 Thresher Street in a two month
period from Feb. 1 -April 3. Mr. Hickman stated that the water
meter was tested for accuracy and found to be .33% slow. Ms.
Fontaine' s usage has returned to normalcy although no plumbing
repairs were made, and no leaks were found.
Mr. Hickman also stated that all property owners are
obligated to keep their plumbing in order.
Following a brief discussion, consensus of Council was that
if the meter could not be faulted, then payment for the water used is owed. Ms. Fontaine may work out a payment plan with the Village' s WaterS/ewer Billing Department to reduce the outstanding
bill over a period agreed upon by the proper municipal
authority. A copy of Ms. Fontaine' s letter with attachments, and
Mr.HickmanA/nn Wright' s Memo, are hereby attached as part of these minutes.
OTHER ITEMS MENTIONED BUT NOT ON AGENDA
CMoannfaegreerncePlunkett will be attending the Ohio City Manager' s next week.
OML Legal Advocacy Fund -Councilmember Morrow commented on the notice received from the Ohio Municipal League, and recommended that the Village subscribed to the OML Legal Advocacy Fund. Consensus of Council agreed, and directed Manager Plunkett to subscribe to the OML Legal Advocacy Fund.
A letter of thanks was received from Jill Bowman addressed to Steve Cartnal, Chief of Police. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Another letter was received from David Schinke, Welsh Hills Road. Mr. Schinke felt there is a need for a commuter parking lot in the Village. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes. A copy of this letter will also be sent to Woolpert Consultants.
Mr. Zarbaugh gave an update report on the traffic light at the Cherry ValleyR/oute 16 intersection.
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MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Development Commission June 14, 1989 -
Village Council Meeting June 21, 1989
ADJOURNMENT
7: 30 p.m..
7: 30 p.m.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Morrow. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 38 p.m..
Attest:
CEi2.62*57S7t,*
CTr''*k of Counctl
Vige_MayorRc_iUtL

Council Minutes May 17, 1989

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CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 17, 1989
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Morrow
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Hughes
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Also present:
Joe Hickman, Utilities Director, filling in for Manager Plunkett.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved to
Rader,
Morrow.
excuse absentee members Avery and
and Manager Plunkett. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
Ordinance No. 21-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing .For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses.
No one appeared to speak for
hearing closed at 7: 35 p.m..
for Old Business.
MINUTES
or against this ordinance. Public
Action on this ordinance was held
May 3, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Schnaidt
moved that the minutes be approved as corrected. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
May 9, 1989 -Special Council Meeting -Councilmember Malcuit
moved that the minutes be approved as amended. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the
Brenda Mix
Audrea J.
register were:
Allen, Councilwoman (Village of Alexandria, Ohio)
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Audrea Allen appeared this evening to obtain first hand information
on the disposition of Alexandria' s water bill, to seek
first hand notice if bills are not paid, and; a copy be sent to
her of any letters that might be sent to Alexandria' s Administrator.
She also asked if Council would consider the possibility
of the Village of Granville performing the water meter reading: billing and distribution z system maintenance for Alexandria.
Consensus of Council was to turn this over to the Village
Manager and Utilities Director to determine the cost of providing
such services.
MAYOR' S REPORT -The Mayor' s Report for the month of April was
presented and reviewed. Following review the Clerk was directed
to file the report. A copy of that report is hereby attached as
part of these minutes
MANAGER' S REPORT -The Manager' s Report for the month of April
was presented. Review of the report centered on the Water Report
portion. Joe Hickman, Utilities Director talked with Council on
ways the Water Department has found water leaks through leak
locators, pressure testing of water mains, and general observations
where water mains are located. While these have helped
some, Mr«. .Hickman felt that these methods have not solved the
problem, and that more diversified methods should be considered
to tighten up the system' s water loss. Mr. Hickman reviewed
with Council his written proposal to shut down water mains a
section at a time in the Village during the hours of 1: 00 a.m. to
4: 00 a.m..He assured Council that only a section would be shut
down at a time, people affected would be notified, and that an
employee would be constantly monitoring the isolated area in case
of fire, in which case the water would be turned on immediately.
Mr. Hickman said he would like to start June 5th and end June
30th, depending on test results.
Consensus of Council was that they approved of Mr. Hickman' s
proposal.
Mr. Hickman also announced that his department would be
doing the initial hydrant flushing, and that the Fire Department would still be doing their flow tests.
Following review of the balance of the Manager' s Report, a motion was made by Councilmember Morrow, seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt to approve the Manager' s Report for April, 1989. Motion
carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes
1 Council Meeting Minutes am Village of Granville 3 1,e \VI May 17, 1989 Page 3 la41
COMMITTEE REPORTS q
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
Commission' s meeting ofMay 10th. At that meeting, the Commission
reviewed a letter from Tommy Burkett stating that he has been
trying to sell his housd on Burg Street. The property has been 04
the market as a single family residence but he would like to sell
it as a duplex, since the structure was used by him as a twofamily.
The Commission decided to request an opinion by the
Village' s Law Director on several questions brought up by its
members during review of this item and to determine who should
handle Mr. Burkett' s request: the Board of Zoning and Building
Appeals or the Development Commission.
Also, the Commission plans to work on a draft ordinance to
implement a landscaping plan for the Village and present it to
Council for consideration.
Ms. Malcuit said there was some discussion on the condition
of Village sidewalks.
Councilmember Hughes reported that he attended the meeting
scheduled by Jim Knapp at the Elementary School regarding the
elementary school and its plan for the next ten years. At
the meeting they talked about the "needs assessment" survey. They
asked that Village Council and Manager Plunkett fill out their
surveys so that they can have some feed back from Community
Leaders as well.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 21-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses".
Councilmember Morrow moved that Ordinance No. 21-89 be
amended as recommended by the Village Manager. (The amendment
would add $6, 000 in the Sewer Replacement & Improvement Fund;
2, 400 in the Sewer Capital Improvement Fund, and; $20, 000 in
the General Fund).Motion on the amendment to Ordinance No.
21-89 was seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Roll call vote:
Morrow- yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuit-yes, Hughes-yes, Eisenberg-yes,
Avery-absent, Rader-absent. Five yes votes, two members absent.
Motion carried. Amendment passed.
Councilmember Morrow moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
21-89 as amended. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt.
Morrowy-es, Schnaidty-es, Hughesy-es, Malcuity-es, Eisenbergy-es, Rader-absent, Avery-absent. Five yes votes, two members absent.
Motion carried. Ordinance No. 21-89 duly adopted. 1
1 Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
May 17, 1989
Page 4
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 22-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 1135. 01( a) Of
The Codified' Ordinances By Adding The Definition Of Bed And
Breakfast And By Renumbering The Sub-Sections Thereof",was
introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember
Malcuit. Public hearing on this ordinance was set for June 7,
1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 23-89, " An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 1189. 04 (k) Of
The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Amending
The Limitations For Sandwich Board Signs In The Business
District",was introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice
Mayor Schnaidt. Public hearing on this ordinance was also set
for June 7, 1989, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 89-25, "To Authorize The Village Manager To
Advertise For Bids For The Purchase Of A Portable Generator For
The Sewer Utility",was introduced, read in its entirety and
moved for passage by Councilmember Hughes. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-25 duly
passed. .
Resolution No. 89-26, "To Authorize The Village Manager To
Advertise For Bids For The Construction Of A Salt Storage
Facility At The Service Department", was introduced, read in its
entirety, and moved for passage by Councilmember Morrow. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried. Resolution
No. 89-26 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-27, "A Resolution To endorse A Change In Postal
Services For Addressees In Recently Annexed Territory",was introduced, read in its entirety, and moved for passage by
Councilmember Hughes. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Schnaidt.
Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-27 duly passed.
Kiwanis Request/ Annual 4th Of July Celebration -Consensus of Council -approved.
Granville Memorial Day Program -Those members of Council who
can participate will meet for breakfast at the Methodist Church,
then gather in front of Park National Bank for the procession.
The Clerk was directed to get particulars on specific relay times and 1 to members of Council.
1 Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
May 17, 1989
Page 5
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
May 24, 1989 -Development Commission Meeting
June 7, 1989-Village Council Meeting
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Morrow moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 55 p.m..
A-SAPst:
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rte'rk of Council
Mayor
1
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor' s Court Monthly Report
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1-- - - --- CIAL STATEMENT
nce of Bond Motley from Last Month:
1 Money Collected for this Month:
Total Paid to State (RRF&GRF):
Balance of Bond Money Remainitig'tin Account:
GENERATED CASES -BY :IllE -GRANVILLE ·TOLICE DEPARTMENT
CASES PROCESSED IN FLAYOR'S COURT 9 .:
Parking Tickets:
inal Complaints:
Dismissed:
18
CASES TRANSFERRED FROM FIAXOR'S COURT
TRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED:
1 ·
xcesslve Speed:
Assured Clear Distance:
Ulsregarding Red Signal:
Ularegarding Stop Sign:
Ulsregarding All Other Traffic Control Devicest
ilbited Right Turn on Red Slgual:
Alcohol/Druge): 9 1
ContainerL/ l uor Cousum tion: 5 ___ ___3 L_ __
Opn Willful/Watiton Disregard for Safety:
Upn without Reasottable Coutrol:
1. 793. nn inn nn 9 R ?0- no
8, 176. 00 4,·014. 00 5, 947. 00
686. 00 564. 00 700. 00
Total Paid in Refunds/ Overpayments: 1, 637. 60 76. 00 676. 00
Total Paid to General Fund: 4, 557. 00 2. 181. 83 3. 554. 00
1. 296. 00 1. 293. 00 5. 129. 00
traffic Citations! 54 40 80
Parking Tickets: 5I 47 43
Criminal Complaints: 9 4 I 7 73
Iraffic Oltations: 50 40 68
48 43 35
24 17 IR
1
24
27
Guilty Waivers (payments out of court): 14
Cases Appearing in Court: 25 13
fo Licking County Municipal Court: 2 3
To Juvenile Court: 4 3 5
8 16 28 -
3
1 , 9
5 5 I 2
17
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ADr.8'9
FION 111
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TRAFflgC_ITATIONS PROCESSED c(on't)
Illeing a Folice Officer:
illlhaling Tires/feeling/Cracking Exhaustt
Ilfmitting/br: Riding/Hanging Outside Vehicle:
U-Turn (Opposite Direction/Enter Farking Place):
Failure to Yiald:
Disorderly Conduct/Public Intoxication:
Disturbing the Pedce:
Drug Abuse/Fossession:
Gambling Offenbes:
Littering:
1
8 8 A
2
Equipment Violation:
Pedestrian Violation:
No Operators/Chauffers License: 1 2
Opn Under Suspension/Revocation: 1
No Motorcycle Endorsement: 1
Restriction Violation:
Registration/Title Violation: 2 1
Leaving the Scene of an Accident:
Failure to Stop for School Bus Unloading/Loading:
Improper Passing: 2
All Others:
11NAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
ilmal Offenses:
2
Il-i-l-------I-l.I---i-----------------
Falsiflcation: 1 2
Failure to Report a Crime:
Obstructitig Official Busltiesm:
Failure to Aid a Police Officer:
Obstructing Justic.e: 1
Restating Arrest:
Sate of Alcohol to a Mitior: 1 1
Misrepreset,tatio:,1 1 7 7
Jben Container in a Public Place: 4 3 3
Ual Imposition:
blic Indecency: Voyeurlsm:.
importui„ng:
Assault:
RbvliED PARKING tICKEt (5/11/8/)
Anr '80 March' 89
*RONTliONITIII- -
VIO # 1-Parking on Sidewalk or Curb Lawn:
VIO #2-Blocking Public or Private Driveway:
VIO #3-Parkid within 20 ft of an intersection:
VIO #4-Parked on a Crosswalk:
VIO #5-Parked in a No Parking
VIO #6-Parked Too Far from Curb (lft or more):
VIO #7-Parked in Same Spot in Excess of 72 Hours:
VV1IO0 ##98--POavrekretidmeFaPcinag rinkiWnrogng: D-irection: '
VIO #10-Parked Outside of Marked Parking Space:
V #11-In Handicapped Zone w/0 Proper Tags/ Placardi
12-Double Parked:
#13P-arked Upon a Bridle or Overpass: VI0[- #14P- arked itt Roadwa Creating a Traffic Ilazard_:
VIO #15-Parked within 10 ft of a Fire Hydratit:
Summons issued for Failure to Pay:
1-
I 3
h
FRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED (con' t)
Aggravated Menhcing/ Menacing:
angering Children:
ephone Harrassmebt:
estic Violence:
Criminal Trespass:
Petty Theft:
Unauthorized use of Property/Vehicle:
Passing Bad Checks:
Receiving Stolen Property:
Carrying a Conceiled Weapon:
Improperly Handling Firearm in Motor Vehicle:
Discharging Weapons:
Fireworks Violations:
I 0 4 3
4 4 3
2 3 4
1
1/
1 I 1
6 S
h 7
A 5 8
1
2 2
9
1 1
1
Arson:
Criminal Damaging:
Criminal Mischief:
8 3 8
1
1
3 3 2
All Others:
Follow up on LAPP 2
1
1
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters, Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
April 1989
22. 360
745
22. 19
740
2. 3
March 1989
23. 004
742
16. 409
529
6. 4
April 1988
26. 518
884
24
13. 11
Wet weather again forced extensive use of spare aeration tank for sludge
storage.
No permit violations at WWTP
7 1
437
Fire Department flushed fire hydrants -caused water outages due to improper
flushing procedures -Utilities Department personnel will flush hydrants in
the future.
Note:
MG) Million Gallons
MGD) - Million Gallons Per Day
DT) Dry Tons
MANAGER' S REPORT
2 0 0
23 24 22
3 4 2
26 40 19
14 8
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS)
Inlets cleaned
Inside)
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads)
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment)
Call Out
ZQNINM
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
32
6
42
11
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
1. 5
120
2
4
18
10
26
18
6
28
43
17
21
105
7
80
63
52
637
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
12
10
3. 5
150
4
7
46. 000
59
9
121
10
3
Avril 1989 March 1989
AmnunLManhglubil Ami¤nk_Manhnurn AmnunLManhman
15
5
32
35
32
51
84
6
72
162
160 Hrs
35 Hrs -
124 Hrs
199
24
5
9
5 0 0
3 1 3
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 1 0
1
OTHER PROJECTS APRIL 1989
1) Trimmed branched from side of road on:
New Burg, Burg, Jones, and Milner Road
2) Hauled gravel
3) Repaired storm sewer on Granger &Cedar
4) Repaired storm sewer on Mt. Parnassus
5) Picked up trash by hand on Newark-Granville Road_
6) Removed tires in ditch on New Burg
7) Installed new knives in chipper
8) Leveled out chips at Cherry Street Bridge
9) Hauled away large limbs where we trimmed
10) Ditching on Newark-Granville and Welsh Hills Road
11) Picked up leaves from ditch on Thornwood
12) Pushed back dumping area
13) Picked up leafer from repair shOD
14) Hauled rip rap to job site
15) Removed and stored snow removal equipment
16) Cleaned piles of gravel and dirt on road
due to a severe rain storm
17) Picked unchippable brush
18) Unloaded crack filling material
241 Hrs.
10 Hrs.
16 Hrs.
20 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
17 Hrs.
82 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
9 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
87 Hrs.
6 Hrs.
22 Hrs.
86 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
TOTAL HOURS 637 HRS.
STATE
DEEARIMENT
DIVISION .
CITY GRANVILLE
ACCOUNT
FUND DESCRIPTION
A 1 GENERAL
REPORT NO.
PAGE 1
DATE
MONTH OF
BALANCE
AT BEGINNING RECEIPTS
162.203.30
163.20
00
7.506.60
1. 479.80
336.192.01
A 2 MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESERVE 40.000.00 00
BLLSIREET
14.832.81 «- 2.819.16
B 2 HIGHWAY 246.79
B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX 00
C- 1' nEEIS_ ERMICE_____66_.39_5.6_5 ______-__---_---------
C 2' SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND 220.281. 05
C 3. SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT 80.962.41
D 3 'OWDA CAP,ITAL IMPROVEMENT 00
E 1 WATER .
66. 424.64
E '2 SEWER
E 6 SEWER DEBT SEEVICE FUND
E 7 SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND
E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
E92 SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE
G 5 HILENGREEN ESCROW
H 1 SEECIAL_ASSESSMENTS
42.473.76
43.792. 48
154.139.63
8.520. 05
6 2222.65
174.348.64
R 13
nPFR 0
04/30/89
APRIL
BALANCE
DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
112.911.24
00
6. 140.89
222.79
00
10. 267.92
00
2.538.06 . 00
00
22, 158. 43 32.004.92
15.627.85
10.494. 29
82.93
00
00
7.107.11 00
17.924.86 7.802.99
GRAND TOTALS ***1.*280.624.54 * 232.876.61 *
18.366.54
00
234.08
00
00
00
385.484.07 40. 822.38
40.000.00 00
11. 511. 08 5.466.52
187.20 00
344.661. 69
40.000.00
6.044.56
187. 20
00 25.980. 00 25.980.00-
63.634.33 00 63.634.33
221.760.85 00 221. 760.85
83.500.47
00
56.578. 15
39.735.07
54286.77
154.222.56
00 83.500.47
252. 124.00 252. 124.00-
27.382.04 29. 196.11
16.338.46 23.396.61
00 54.286.77
00 154.5 6*-*.
1,484.64
561. 00
59.070.00
8.520.05
4-982.65
174.348.64
0 7.107.11
25.493.77
180.148.38 *1,333,352.77 *
7.035.41
6 421.65
115.278.64
00 7. 107.11
00 25.493.77
429,229.04 * 904.123.73 *
1
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
0
- I - - I - - - -----------
BALANCE
FUND 11/ 8/9
GENERAL 381, 159
MUNI BLDG RSVE 20, 000
STREET $10, 425
HIGHWAY 305
PERMISSIVE TAX $0
DEBT SERVICE 72, 963
9IER CONST. FUND 216, 409
SEWER REPL &IMPVT 73, 199
OWDA CAPITAL IMPVT 0
WATER 51, 694
SEWER 25, 297
SWR DEBT SVC FUND 12, 674
SWR DEBT SVC RSVE FD 152, 736
WATER CAP IMPVT 8, 520
SEWER CAP IMPVT 6, 983
EQUIPMENT RSVE 189, 349
HILENGREEN ESCROW 7, 107
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 17, 925
AL ALL FUNDS 1, 246, 745
YTD
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
1989
RECEIPTS
363, 541
20, 000
16, 081
976
8, 500
44, 688
5, 351
10, 302
0
120, 806
87, 313
41, 612
1, 487
0
0
0
0
7, 803
DISBURSEMENTS
359, 216
0
14, 996
1, 093
8, 500
54, 017
0
0
0
115, 922
72, 875
0
0
0
0
15, 000
0
234
BALANCE
4/30/89
385, 484
40, 000
11, 511
187
0
63, 634
221, 761
83, 500
0
56, 578
39, 735
54, 287
154, 223
8, 520
6, 983
174, 349
7, 107
25, 494
728, 461 641, 854, 1, 333, 352
C
D
April 1989
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
MPLAINT ACTIVITIES
on-Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses Invstgtd:
Follow- up Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Delivered Mail:
Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthly Report***
April 1989 March 1989 April 1988
Quantity Time Quantity Time Quantity Time
2889
54
51
35
14
30
60
7
312
109
65
95
18
14
486
6
4245
47
6
28
40
31
71
2
60
4
12B
417
13
4
266
49
81
31
61
1
0
506
2.17
7.78
2.73
2.42
7.70
3.38
1.40
2.50
25
1.45
28.08
4.53
1.67
17.68
1.77
294.43
461.30
3.03
3.57
48.92
8.85
55.33
11.98
1.25
33
0
133.27
25.63
1.77
8. 17
3.63
6.98
66.73
08
4.78
13
27.15
145.07
3334
47
43
25
15
44
38
0
282
83
22
60
19
21
762
2
4797
104
14
24
40
71
190
6
28
13
179
669
2
1
171
21
93
9
16
0
0
313
2.02
6.72
2.17
3.27
11. 15
2.62
0
95
27
37
15.55
5.80
4.60
29.68
60
331.80
417.55
1.12
1.65
33.92
12.70
74.38
2.58
3.70
0
1
131.05
42.28
3.67
9.18
3.75
21.98
82.08
1.35
4.57
2.38
33.17
204.42
3619
44
98
86
36
58
50
4
149
127
36
113
19
27
989
1
5456
36
31
33
58
48
99
20
49
7
184
565
4
1
190
32
57
31
32
1
2
350
1.57
15.40
6.83
7.08
15.63
1.60
1.62
1.02
88
22
18.52
1.05
3.38
28.38
02
466.17
569.37
2.82
1. 13
53.18
13.23
30.68
14.53
6.32
13
0
122.03
23.55
10.67
8.50
5.62
17.15
73.33
90
3.10
1.55
36.40
180.77
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT April 1989
Monthly Report***
April 1989 March 1989 April 1988
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized: 387.10 299.80 421.30
Total Mileage: 4059 3338 3619
VEHICLE: Odometer Miles
1987 Ford LTD: 66170 3176
1988 Ford LTD: 6571 883
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Chief of Police

Council Minutes May 9, 1989

1 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 9, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
MEMBERS PRESENT:
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Avery
Also Present:
Fred Zeidman, Woolpert Consultants
Counellmember-
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Manager
MGHt*-
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Plunkett
Summary of meeting: Councilmembers discussed various aspects of
potential development with Mr. Zeidman. Relationships with
citizen groups, land use, historic district preservation,
architectural review, traffic and community atmosphere and
TownshipV/illage issues, were all discussed.
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 30 p.m..
Attest:
Clerk of Council
t 'Mayor

Council Minutes May 3, 1989

1
1 REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 3, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Morrow
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Malcuit
MINUTES
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
April 19, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved that the minutes be approved as amended. Motion ,seconded
by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
4·i·
Robert N. Drake Jim Wendovss David Stewart, Advocate
Robert Drake representing Jim Wendovss, appeared this evening to
speak in favor of Ordinance No. 20-89, to be introduced this
evening under new business. The ordinance would vacate the
unimproved portion of a public street in Fern Hill. Mr. Drake' s
letter with explanations is hereby attached as part of these
minutes.
Alice Vockel, Secretary for Gran Flora, appeared this evening to
recap Gran Flora' s letter requesting that the Village install
or arrange for the installment of a permanent water tap on the
median strip in front of Mon9moy House. The Gran Flora is interested in eventually having four of these hydrants different at intervals in the median strip to provide easy access to . water for the flower beds. Manager Plunkett estimated the cost
for four of these hydrants with reducer valves, street cutting
and repair, and installation at approximately $2400. The group can only afford to pay for one this year. Ms. Vockel said if the Village could possibly see a way to help pay for this hydrant it would be nice. If not, they are prepared to pay the $600. Ms. vockel also asked if it would be possible to have this done by May 10th.
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Following a lengthy discussion among members of Council and
Manager Plunkett, consensus was that Council would waive the
water tap fee, and usage of the water, but Gran Flora would
have to pay for the hydrant, reducer valve, road cutting and
repair, and installation. Manager Plunkett did not feel the
Village could do this work by the group' s desired deadline of
May 10th.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
Commission' s meeting of April 26, 1989. At that meeting the
Commission approved a sign permit, a deck addition, and looked
at a proposal submitted by Greg Frazier for a landscape ordinance.
All indications are that the Commission will recommend a
landscape ordinance to Council for consideration. The Commission
also discussed Adult Bookstores and want to go on record as being
against any possible adult book stores in the Village and
recommend to Village Council that they explore the possibility of
adopting legislation to ban any form of adult book stores in the
Village of Granville.
A brief discussion among members of Council and Ann Munro
was conducted on this subject. Ms. Munro felt there would be
something the Village could do to prohibit the sale of adult
books in the Village, and would check with Heath and Hebron' s Law
Director on how they proceeded with their legislation.
Councilmember Morrow said he would like Ms. Munro to look
into the Criminal Law prohibiting the sale of adult books.
Granville Recreation Commission -Councilmember Hughes reported
that all systems for the summer are a go. The "Mystery Bus Trip"
went over so well, plans are to schedule another one soon.
Concert on the Green has been scheduled for the summer with one
extra program added. The Shelter House plans are proceeding:
Zoning application has been approved, and the Recreation Commission
has applied for a Commercial Permit from Newark to build the
structure (rest rooms for the shelter house will be dependent on finances).
Councilmember Rader mentioned the material enclosed in
the Village Manager' s Memo packet regarding the Licking County
Planning Commission' s Committee Report on Park Districts. Mr.
Rader was concerned that the Committee' s proposal for a permanent
tax levy to support a Licking Park District would compete
for the same tax dollars that support the Granville Recreation
Commission. Mr. Rader also noted that the city parks provide are able to more for the public.
Councilmember Hughes said most people here feel Granville
needs something more accessible locally. He said hopefully with
a better facility more will attend.
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May 3, 1989
Page 3
OLD BUSINESS
Alexandria Water Bill -A brief discussion was conducted in
regards to the Village of Alexandria' s outstanding water bill
amounting to $4, 970. 80. Manager Plunkett stated that the Village
of Alexandria had quite a few water leaks which caused them to
have large water bills, making it hard for them to catch up.
Following discussion Manager Plunkett was directed to contact
Alexandria officials in writing to set up an acceptable payment
plan to address this outstanding bill before the next regular
Council meeting.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 20-89, "An Ordinance Vacating The Unimproved
Portion Of A Public Street, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as
introduced, title read in its entirety by Councilmember Malcuit.
Councilmember Malcuit moved for passage of the Emergency
Clause, Section III, and read in its entirety. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Malcuit-yes, Rader-yes,
Avery- yes, Hughes-yes, Morrow- yes, Schnaidt-yes, Eisenberg- yes.
Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Emergency Clause, Section III,
duly passed.
Councilmember Malcuit moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
20-89. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote:
Malcuit-yes, Rader-yes, Avery- yes, Hughes-yes, Morrow- yes,
Schnaidt- yes, Eisenberg-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 20-89 duly adopted.
Resolution No. 89-22, "To Award The Bid For Pump Station,
Sanitary Sewers And Force Main Improvements And To Authorize The
Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With L. E. King &Son,
Therefor", was introduced, read in its entirety and moved for
passage by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor
Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-22 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-23, "To Authorize The Village Manager To
Advertise For Bid For The Construction Of A Water Booster
Station"w,as introduced,re' ad in its entirety, and moved for
passage by Councilmember Hughes. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Hughes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 89-23 duly passed.
Resolution No. 89-24, "A Resolution To Amend Pay Classifications
And Salary Rates For The Several Departments Of The Village Of
Granville", was introduced, read in its entirety and moved for
passage by Vice Mayor Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Malcuit. Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-24 duly passed.
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May 3, 1989
Page 4
Ordinance No. 21-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses", was introduced
and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Morrow. A
public hearing on this ordinance was set for May 17, 1989, at
7: 30 p.m..
Maintenance Code -Manager Plunkett noted at this time that a
few years ago, an attempt was made to pass legislation governing
abatement of unsafe buildings. At that time, he asked the Fire
Department to handle the enforcement of such regulations and was
turned down. The ordinance was defeated at that time. Vice Mayor
Schnaidt mentioned two vacant properties that were unsafe and
needed to be destroyed before someone gets hurt. The two properties
mentioned were: the Ashbrook house on Shepardson Court
and the one on Newark-Granville Road owned by Bill Wright.
Following a lengthy discussion, consensus of Council was
that the Village needs an ordinance to ensure that all structures
meet minimum safety standards and would pursue legislation to
address this issue.
Mayor Eisenberg suggested that in the interim the Village
pursue the nuisance route to address the two abandoned and
unsafe structures.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
May 9, 1989 -Special Council Meeting -7: 30 p.m. -Council will
be meeting with the Woolpert firm.
May 10, 1989 -Development Commission Meeting -7: 30 p.m.
May 17, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting, 7: 30 p.m.
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Morrow moved for adjournment. Councilmember Motion seconded by Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 32 p.m..
Attest: Mayor Clerk of Council
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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
APRIL 19, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Vice Mayor Schnaidt called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Morrow
Vice Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Rader moved to excuse absentee members Eisenberg
and Malcuit. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion
carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
Ordinance No. 9-89 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public
hearing closed at 7: 35 p.m..Action on this ordinance was held
for old business.
MINUTES
April 5, 1989 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved that the minutes be approved as submitted. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
April 12, 1989 -Special Council Meeting -Councilmember Morrow
moved that the minutes of April 12, 1989 be approved. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
CITIZENS COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were: Q841*1
B. E. Mason Brenda MIx David Stewart, Sen4n*-e-d
Kirsten Pape
No comments, questions, or concerns were voiced at this time.
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MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of March, 1989 was presented
and reviewed. Following review, the Clerk was directed to file
the report. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of
these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of March, 1989 was presented.
Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members Council.
Discussion centered on the water report portion of the Manager' s
Report, and water loss. Following a lengthy discussion, consensus
of Council was to talk with the Village' s Utility Director, Joe
Hickman, and see if he has any ideas as to what additional things
might be done to eliminate the 15% water loss. Manager Plunkett
said Mr. Hickman will be filling in for him at the May 17th
Council meeting and will alert him that Council will want to
discuss this item with him at that time.
Councilmember Morrow moved that the Manager' s Report for
the month of March, 1989 be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Hughes. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby
attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Comprehensive Planning Committee -Councilmember Morrow reported
that a special meeting has been called by Co- Chairmen Lee Larson
and Ben Mason for Sunday, April 23, 1989, at 7:30 p.m..Matters
to be discussed and resolved are as follows: compile an interview
list for the planner Woolpert; discuss ways to get in funding on the project, and; how the community survey should be done.
Granville Improvement Board - Vice Mayor Schnaidt reported that
the Granville Improvement Board and the newly formed Gran Flora
Group met this past Monday. Mr. Schnaidt commented that the
meeting went very well, and everyone was agreeable. Also, the
Gran Flora have no funds for '89, but would like to take on one or two flowering beds this year, through the Improvement Board.
Mr. Chambers feels the Improvement Board and the will work Gran Flora Group out well together, and the Village will benefit in their joint efforts.
Bill Chambers asked for a resolution to appoint an addi- tional member to the Improvement Board. Legislation on this item will be introduced this evening under New Business. 1
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April 19, 1989
Page 3
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 9-89, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 21-88
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses", was moved
for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Morrow. Roll call vote: Avery-yes, Morrow- yes, Rader-yes,
Hughes-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuit-absent, Eisenberg-absent. Five
yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No.
9-89 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 15-89, An Emergency Ordinance Enacted By The
Village Of Granville, Licking County, Ohio, In The Matter Of The
Hereinafter Described Improvement, And To Request Cooperation
From The Director Of Transportation"w,as introduced and title
read in its entirety by Councilmember Morrow.
Councilmember Morrow moved for passage of the Emergency
Clause and read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Morrow- yes, Rader- yes,
Hughes- yes, Avery-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuit-absent, Eisenbergabsent.
Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried.
Emergency Clause duly passed.
Councilmember Morrow moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
15-89. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote:
Morrow- yes, Rader-yes, Avery-yes, Hughes-yes, Schnaidt-yes,
Malcuit-absent, Eisenberg-absent. Five yes votes, two members
absent. Ordinance No. 15-89 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 16-89, "An Emergency Ordinance Enacted By The
Village Of Granville, Licking County, Ohio, In The Matter Of The
Hereinafter Described Improvement, And To Request Cooperation
From The Director Of Transportation"w,as introduced and title
read in its entirety by Councilmember Rader.
Councilmember Rader moved for passage of the Emergency
Clause and read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Radery-es, Averyy-es, Hughes- yes, Morrow- yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuit-absent, Eisenbergabsent.
Five yes votes, two members absent. Emergency Clause duly passed.
Councilmember Rader moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 16-89. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Radery-es, Averyy-es, Morrowy-es, Hughesy-es, Schnaidty-es, Malcuita-bsent, Eisenberga-bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 16-89 duly adopted.
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April 19, 1989
Page 4
Ordinance No. 17-89, An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 2-188
And Transfer Funds With The General Fund And Declaring An
Emergency", was introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Avery.
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of the Emergency
Clause Section II, and read the section in its entirety. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Roll call vote: Averyyes,
Morrow- yes, Rader-yes, Hughes-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuitabsent,
Eisenberg-absent. Five yes votes, two members absent.
Motion carried. Emergency Clause Section II duly passed.
Councilmember Avery moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
17-89. Motion seconded by Councilmember Morrow. Roll call vote:
Avery-yes, Morrow- yes, Hughes-yes, Rader-yes, Schnaidt-yes,
Malcuit-absent, Eisenberg-absent. Five yes votes, two members
absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 17-89 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 18-89, "An Emergency Ordinance Enacted By The
Village Of Granville, Licking County, Ohio, In The Matter Of The
Hereinafter Described Improvement, And To request Cooperation
From The Director Of Transportation"w,as introduced and title
read in its entirety by Councilmember Hughes.
Councilmember Hughes moved for passage of the Emergency
Clause and read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Hughesy-es, Radery-es, Avery- yes, Morrow- yes, Schnaidt-yes, Malcuit-absent, Eisenbergabsent.
Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried.
Emergency Clause duly passed.
Councilmember Hughes moved for adoption of Ordinance No.
18-89. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote:
Hughesy-es, Averyy-es, Morrowy-es, Radery-es, Schnaidty-es, Malcuit-absent, Eisenberg-absent. Five yes votes, two members
absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 18-89 duly adopted.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Comprehensive Planning Committee, Sunday, April 23, 1989, 7: 30 p.m.,at Village Hall -Council Chambers.
Town Meeting with Planners and Comprehensive Planning Committee, Tuesday, April 25, 1989, 7: 30 p.m.,at Granville High School Cafeteria.
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ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 29 p.m..
Clekk of Council
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VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor' s Court Monthly Report
MARCH. '89
HUNT"
FIICIAL STATEMENT
1nce of Bond Motley from Last Mouth:
Iotal Money Collected for this Month:
Total Paid to State (RRF&GRF):
FER '89
AUNTO «18111t· i.L(ik
rn gr! 1.
GENERATED CASES BY IllE .GRANVILLE ·POLICE DEFAR'IMENT
CASES PROCESSED IN LAYOR'S COURT X
ing Tickets:
idal Complaints:
s Dismissed:
Guilty Waivers (payments out of court): 23
Cases Appearit,g lit Court: 26 -
ASES TRANSFERRED FROM FIAYOR' S COURT
100. no 2. 284. 00 1, 464. An
4, 014. 83 3. 074. 50 4, 089. on
56&nn. 481. 00 592 00
total Paid in Refunds/Overpayments: 76. 00' 7, 787 nA lin no
Total Paid to General Futid: 2, 181. 83 2, 459. 00 1519. An
Balance of Bond Money Remaltilig'tin Account: 1. 293. 00 100. 00 3 89?n·n
Traffic Citationsi 40 50 4 3
Parking Tickets: 47 29 39
Criminal Complaints: 17 7 4
40
47 40
43 28 36
Traffic Oltations:
4
0
I 6
21
17 2
3
I 8
13
ro Licking Couity Nulticipal Court:
To Juvenile Court:
2
3 1 3
IRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED: 1
:
xce-ssive Speed: 16 7S 7 1/
Assured Clear Distance: 1
Ulsregarding Red Signal: 2 , 2 8
Ularegarding Stop Sign: 5 2 7
Ulsre ardln All Other Traffic Coutrol Devices:
hibited Right Turn on Red Stgual: 1
I (Alcohol/Dru s): 3 4 '
3
et, Contaltier/Liquor Consumption:
Upti Willful/Wat,ton Disregard for Safety: 2
Opn without Reasonable Control:
MARCH' 89
MON 111
311,. 1.8.9
MON 111
MAR. C11 LaL
MON 111
rn:p. e 2.
No Operators/Chouffers License:
Opu Under Suspension/Revocation:
No Motorcycle Et,dorsemetit:
Restriction Violation:
Registration/Title Violation:
Leaving the Scene of an Accident:
Failure to Stop for School Bus Unloading/Loaditig:
improper Passing:
All Others: Follow un on LAPP
imal Offeuses:
Dlsorderly Conduct/Public Intoxication:
Disturbitig tile Peace:
Drug Abuse/Possession:
Gambling Offenses:
Littering:
Falslfication:
luEFICCITATIONS PROCESSED c(on' t)
eing a Police Officer:
ealing Tires/Feeling/Cracking Exhaustt
75rmitting/or: Riding/Ilatiging Outside Vehicle: 1
U-Turn (Opposite Direction/Enter Parking Place): 8 5 4
Failure to Yiald:
Equipment Violation: 2 2
Pedestrian Violation:
2 3
1
1 3
MNAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
2
Failure to Report a Crime:
Obstructitig Official Busitiess:
Failure to Aid a Police Officer:
Obstructing Justice:
Reststing Arrest:
Sale of Alcol,01 to a Mitior:
Misrepresentation 1
en Container in a Fublic Place: 3
xual Imposition:
blic Indecency:
Voyeurlsm:.
Importut,lug:
Assault:
FRIMINAL COM_PL_Al_INISP_ROCESSED c(on' t)
Aggravated Menhcing/ Menacing:
Bilibpngering Children:
estic
Violence:
eptione Harrassmetit:
Arson:
KbviSED l'illkiNG '1'1CKEI (5/11/8/)
MARCH. '89
FIONIll-
VIO #1-Parking on Sidewalk or Curb Lawn:
VIO #2-Blocking Public or Private Driveway:
Vlo #3-Parkdd within 20 ft of an intersection: 111113- -Par-ked- oILLSIosswalk: VIU #5-Parked_111_a No Parking Zone:
VIO #6-Parked Too Far from Curb (lft or more): VVIIOO # 7#P-_a-rked in Same Spot iti Excess of 72 liours: 8-O-vertime Parkitul: VIO #9-Parked Facing in Wrong Direction: '
10-Parked Outside of Marked Parking Space:
V #11-Ill Ilattdica ed Zone w0/ Pro er Ta s/Placard: 12-Double Parked:
FEB.8'9
MONTH
4
4
3
13
5
4
5
i.-
13a-r[k'ed U ion a Bridge or Overpass: VIO #14-rarked it, Roadway Creatit,g aTraffic Hazard: 2 VIO #15P- arked within 10 ft of a Fire Hydratit: Summons issued for Failure to Pay: 1-- 1--
MARCI '88
HONTII
1-
Criminal Damaging:
Criminal Mischief:
Criminal Trespass: 3
Petty Theft:
Unauthorized use of Property/Vehicle:
Passing Bad Checks: 3
Receiving Stolen Property:
Carrying a Concealed Weapon:
Improperly Handling Firearm in Motor Vehicle:
Discharging Weapons:
Fireworks Violations:
All Others:
Failure to Answer Summons 1
1
1
3
2
2 1
4
I 2 I 5
6 1
1
4
3
3 5
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Mar. 1989
23. 004
742
16. 997
548
3. 5
Feb. 1989
21. 156
756
16. 409
529
6. 4
Mar. 1988
25. 348
818
13. 530
436
10.
Repaired 6" water main break on South Mulberry Street.
Repaired 1".water main break on West Elm -after repair was made,
one home owner had water service restored to a second floor
bathroom for the first time in 17 years.
Still little or no gain on water loss.
No Wastewater Plant violations -wet weather forced extensive use
of spare aeration tank for sludge storage.
Installed 12" check valve at water plant. Note:
MG) -
MGD) -
DT) ·-
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
MANAGER' S REPORT
0 3 1
24 25 42
4 1 2
40 7 12
8 14 12
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
March 1989 E_abruarx19_-89- _lu a-rghl-eaal--
AmguritihURli/na AmgunMt-anhnua AmnunLManhgun
New Signs 10
Signs Replaced 3
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons) 3. 5
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS) 150
Inlets Cleaned
Inside)
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt 4
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads) 7
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
Trash Pickup
gallons) 46. 000
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days) 9
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel) 121
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment) 12
Call Out 10
ZQHINg
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
15
5
32
35
32
51
84
SPECIAL INTERESTITEMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers -
6
72
162
199
24
59
15
2
3. 5
135
1
3
53. 000
2
55
17
32
35
7
20
213
44
18
2
14
16
74
76. 5
46
184 Hrs.
73. 5 Hrs.
171 Hrs.
4
90
39
53. 000
6. 5
24
12
14
331
46
30
10
52
506
32
2 2
2 2
7
6
6 0 3
1 1 0
0 0 0
1 0 0
n 1 0
OTHER PROJECTS MARCH 1989
1) Cleaned open ditches
2) Set up chairs and cleaned Church
3) Graded dumping area
4) Worked on backhoe in shop
5) Swept Bridges
6) Took equipment in for repair and picked up
miscellaneous items up
7) Repaired overhead sign bracket at Prospect
and Broadway
8) Straighten two sign post
9) Assisted Utilities Department with water leaks
10) Cleaned up large limbs in roadway due to storm
11) Built new basket for backhoe to trim trees and
repair traffic lights
12) Trimmed foliage away from roadways
Total Hrs.
18 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
16 Hrs.
18 Hrs.
8 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
16 Hrs.
33 Hrs.
31 Hrs.
37 Hrs.
199 Hrs.
March 1989
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
IMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Non- Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses Invstgtd:
Followu-p Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Delivered Mail:
Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthly Report***
March 1989 February 1989 March 1988
Quantity Time Quantity Time Quantity Time
3334
47
43
25
15
44
38
0
282
83
22
60
19
21
762
2
4797
104
14
24
40
71
190
6
28
13
179
669
2
1
171
21
93
9
16
0
0
313
2.02
6.72
2.17
3.27
11. 15
2.62
0
95
27
37
15.55
5.80
4.60
29.68
60
331. 80
417.55
1. 12
1.65
77 Or-3
4
12.70
74.38
2.58
3.70
0
1
131. 05
42.28
3.67
9.18
3.75
21.98
82.08
1. 35
4.57
2.38
33.17
204.42
2556
29
50
24
30
43
40
0
343
88
18
68
13
B
761
0
4163
1
0
125
12
69
4
6
1
1
225
81
15
25
29
102
113
1
74
3
148
591
83
7.60
1.65
6.93
10.83
1.45
0
1. 15
72
45
11. 60
2.85
97
23.32
0
291.62
362.02
1.75
0
19.75
4.63
72.47
1.20
17
1.50
95
102.42
28.42
4.95
6.53
2.30
8.15
27.82
08
6.48
47
21. 73
106.93
3884
39
43
59
18
76
43
3
75
78
29
108
15
28
1536
3
6037
47
12
40
56
55
93
23
32
6
185
549
2
3
201
20
59
9
10
5
6
315
1.37
9.43
3.75
5.30
12.35
3.45
58
20
52
40
22.93
1. 60
4.23
39.42
0
390.53
496.07
95
4.87
49.07
18. 17
42.47
5.55
17
4.87
2
128.10
29.55
3.45
10.87
5.48
18.20
59.68
1.48
2.48
1. 15
38.50
170.85
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT March 1989
Monthly Report***
March 1989 February 1989 March 1988
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized: 299.80 377.70 440.30
Total Mileage: 38 2722 3884
VEHICLE: Odometer Miles
1987 Ford LTD: 62994 2805
1988 Ford LTD: 5688 539
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STATE REPORT NO. R 13
DEPARTMENT PAGE 1 OPER 0
1 Zi
1- 3 DIVISION t DATE 03/31/89
CITY GRANVILLE MONTH OF MARCH
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
ACCOUNT BALANCE BALANCE
Li 1-FUND - DESCRIPTION AT BEGINNING RECEIPTS DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED - UNENCUMBERED
0
1
12, A 1 GENERAL 381.777.10 49.661.71 95,246.80 102.01 32.537.03 303.654.98
A 2 MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESERVE 20,000.00 20,000.00 00 40,000.00 00 «
.
40,000.00
St «
5 B 1 STREET 14,647.77 4,447.90 4,262.86 14,832.81 8,106.00 6,726.81
S B 2 HIGHWAY
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01 B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX 00 8,500.00 8,500. 00 00 00 00
C 1 DEBT SERVICE 62,609.36 14, 731.94 10,945.65 66,395.65 00 66,395.65
C 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND 218, 924.19 1, 356.86 00 220.281. 05 0 220,281. 05
26, - C -3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT 78,350.06
i·71
00 80,962.41 00 60,962.41
i D 3 OWDA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 00 00 00 00 J-124.00 252, 124.00-
29
20 E 1 WATER 52.596.57 9 918.78 26.090.71 66.424.64 36-168._ 04 30 56.60 _
1 2:' E 2 SEWER 36,482.90 28.302.81 0-3 311.95 42,473.76 18,837.92 23,635.84
E 6 SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND 33,411.39 10,381. 09 00 43,792.48 00 43,792.46
E 7 SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND 152.941. 44 1. 198. 19 00 154. 130.63 00 154. 1.9.63
123 E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 8,520.05 00 00 8,520.05 1,484.64 7,035.41
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E92 SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 6,982.65 00 00 6,982.65 561-00 6,421.65
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F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE 174,348.64 00 00 174.348.64 59.070.00 115.278.64
GIS HILENGREEN ESCROW 7,107.11 00 00 7,107.11 00 7,107.11
H 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 17,924.86 00 00 17,924.86 00 17,924.86
GRAND TOTALS ***1*,266,822.38 * 181,385.95 * 167,583.79 +1,280,624.54 + 408,888.63 * 571,735.91 +
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J 15
BALANCE
FUND 1/1/89
GENERAL 381, 159
MUNI BLDG RSVE 20, 000
STREET 10, 425
HIGHWAY 305
PERMISSIVE TAX $0
UpT SERVICE 72, 963
SIE.R CONST. FUND 216, 409
SEWER REPL &IMPVT 73, 199
OWDA CAPITAL IMPVT $0
WATER 51, 694
SEWER 25, 297
SWR DEBT SVC FUND 12, 674
SWR DEBT SVC RSVE FD 152, 736
WATER CAP IMPVT 8, 520
SEWER CAP IMPVT 6, 983
EQUIPMENT RSVE 189, 349
HILENGREEN ESCROW 7, 107
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 17, 925
TAL ALL FUNDS 1, 246, 745
YTD
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
1989
RECEIPTS
201, 338
20, 000
13, 262
813
8, 500
37, 182
3, 872
7, 764
0
98, 648
71, 685
31, 118
1, 404
0
0
0
0
0
DISBURSEMENTS
246, 305
0
8, 855
871
8, 500
43, 749
0
0
0
83, 917
54, 508
0
0
0
0
15, 000
0
0
BALANCE
3/31/ 89
336, 192
40, 000
14, 833
247
0
66, 396
220, 281
80, 962
0
66, 425
42, 474
43, 792
154, 140
8, 520
6, 983
174, 349
7, 107
17, 925
495, 584 461, 706 1, 280, 624
Apr 4, 1989 WATER
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
AVERAGE
TOTAL
MINIMUM
MUM
MILLION METERED
GALLONS CONSUMPPRODUCED
TION
25. 12
25. 84
26. 29
24. 86
27. 15
23. 81
25. 63
26. 18
27. 05
28. 39
24. 51
24. 02
25. 737
308. 848
23. 810
28. 386
21. 67
16. 61
21. 33
17. 09
21. 69
15. 73
20. 28
19. 199
134. 396
15. 732
21. 686
LOSS
RATIO
RECEIPTS
RATES FEES
44, 194
27, 810
25, 464
24, 004
40, 267
8. 97%2 6$, 569
35. 18%3 9$, 534
18. 54%2 5$, 355
36. 84%3 2$, 023
23. 60%2 8$, 480
35. 82%3 7$, 828
15. 57%2 7$, 307
24. 932%3 1$, 570
378, 835
8. 975%2 4$, 004
36. 841%4 4$, 194
Cost per 1000 gallons (production)
Revenue (from rates) per 1000 gallons produced
Cost per 1000 gallons (consumption)
Revenue (from rates) per 1000 gallons consumed
1988
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
cember
RAGE
TOTAL
MILLION
GALLONS
PRODUCED
22. 26
26. 20
25. 35
25. 72
29. 18
26. 32
23. 77
23. 74
26. 89
27. 72
25. 11
21. 92
25. 35
304. 18
METERED
CONSUMPTION
14. 38
16. 46
13. 99
21. 47
18. 16
23. 92
15. 95
18. 46
16. 80
21. 60
14. 05
17. 93
17. 76
213. 18
LOSS
RATIO
RECEIPTS
RATES FEES
35. 39%3 6$, 588
37. 16%2 6$, 025
44. 81%3 4$, 029
16. 54%2 4$, 283
37. 77%4 1$, 911
9. 12%3 2$, 198
32. 90%4 4$, 666
22. 27%2 9$, 322
37. 51%3 6$, 071
22. 07%2 8$, 057
44. 05%4 0$, 951
18. 18%2 4$, 360
29. 81%3 3$, 205
398, 460
572
15
25
754
3, 460
56
1, 485
500
25
90
500
1, 763
770
TOTAL
44, 766
27, 825
25, 489
24, 758
43, 727
26, 625
41, 019
25, 855
32, 048
28, 570
38, 328
29, 069
32, 340
EXPENSES
28, 995
14, 996
32, 057
31, 112
22, 383
30, 071
28, 347
33, 267
25, 326
26, 820
45, 745
44, 376
30, 291
9, 244 $388, 079 $363, 496
15 24, 758 14, 996
3, 460 44, 766 45, 745
398
108
1, 175
654
173
823
575
731
2, 345
2, 320
599
60
830
TOTAL
36, 986
26, 133
35, 204
24, 937
42, 084
33, 021
45, 241
30, 052
38, 416
30, 377
41, 550
24, 420
34, 035
1. 18
1. 01
2. 70
2. 82
EXPENSES
22, 686
22, 644
20, 739
37, 247
35, 421
24, 947
31, 459
27, 011
68, 927
22, 615
80, 522
29, 431
35, 304
9, 960 $408, 420 $423, 647
WATER
MUM
MAXIMUM
21. 92
29. 18
13. 99
23. 92
9. 12%2 4$, 283
44. 81%4 4$, 666
Cost per 1000 gallons (production)
Revenue (from rates) per 1000 gallons produced
Cost per 1000 gallons (consumption)
Revenue (from rates) per 1000 gallons consumed
1989
January
February
March
April
May
June
Gully
41aust
itember
0bber
November
December
AVERAGE
TOTAL
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
MILLION
GALLONS
PRODUCED
22. 60
21. 16
23. 00
22. 25
66. 76
21. 16
23. 00
METERED
CONSUMP-LOSS
TION RATIO
12. 97
17. 38
12. 17
14. 18
42. 53
12. 17
17. 38
RECEIPTS
RATES FEES
42. 61%3 5$, 746
17. 83%2 2$, 367
47. 08%3 9$, 300
35. 84%3 2$, 471
97, 413
17. 83%2 2$, 367
47. 08%3 9$, 300
Cost per 1000 gallons (production)
Revenue (from rates) per 1000 gallons produced
Cost per 1000 gallons (consumption)
Revenue (from rates) per 1000 gallons consumed
60 24, 420 $20, 739
2, 345 45, 241 80, 522
TOTAL
604 36, 350
12 22, 379
619 39, 919
412
1, 235
12
619
32, 883
98, 648
22, 379
39, 919
1. 39
1. 31
1. 99
1. 87
EXPENSES
29, 835
27, 992
26, 091
27, 972
83, 917
26, 091
29, 835
1. 26
1. 46
1. 97
2. 29
Apr 4, 1989
Apr 5, 1989
1988
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
AVERAGE
TOTAL
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
MILLION RECEIPTS
GALLONS SEWER FND
8. 74
15. 08
13. 53
13. 11
9. 00
5. 23
6. 17
7. 49
10. 05
8. 40
9. 77
10. 06
9. 720
116. 634
5. 234
15. 078
OM &R cost/ 1000 gallons
OM &R revenue/ 1000 gallons
DS cost/1000 gallons
DS revenue/ 1000 gallons
1989
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
AVERAGE TOTAL
MINIMUM
MILLION
GALLONS
16. 41
14. 96
17. 00
16. 123
48. 369
14. 963
23, 447
13, 883
18, 188
14, 466
29, 478
15, 388
27, 293
17, 904
20, 424
18, 363
28, 342
16, 503
20, 307
243, 679
13, 883
29, 478
RECEIPTS
SEWER FND
27, 890
15, 493
27, 803
23, 728
71, 185
15, 493
DEBT SVCE
18, 047
10, 845
10, 008
7, 700
15, 481
8, 134
13, 614
9, 491
10, 751
8, 657
14, 728
8, 737
11, 350
136, 195
7, 700
18, 047
2. 08
2. 09
99
1. 17
DEBT SVCE
14, 519
7, 931
14, 732
12, 394
37, 182
7, 931
EXPENSES
SEWER FND DEBT SVCE
14, 754
14, 589
19, 794
17, 625
22, 678
16, 878
26, 946
26, 239
19, 121
13, 442
35, 340
15, 756
20, 264
243, 163
13, 442
35, 340
EXPENSES
SEWER FND
14, 837
17, 359
22, 312
18, 169
54, 508
14, 837
11, 008
10, 206
11, 001
10, 206
10, 206
10, 875
10, 206
10, 206
10, 754
10, 206
10, 206
613
9, 641
115, 694
613
11, 008
DEBT SVCE
20, 536
12, 268
10, 946
14, 583
43, 749
10, 946
SEWER USER/EVENUESE/XPENSES
Apr 5, 1989 SEWER USER/EVENUESE/XPENSES
MAXIMUM 16. 997 27, 890 14, 732 22, 312 20, 536
OM &R cost/1000 gallons 1. 13
OM &R revenue/ 1000 gallons 1. 47
DS cost/ 1000 gallons 90
DS revenue/ 1000 gallons 77

Council Minutes April 12, 1989

1 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
APRIL 12, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 00 p.m..
TEMPORARY CLERK
Mayor Eisenberg moved to appoint Mr. Plunkett temporary clerk.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
ROLL CALL
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Morrow
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Hughes
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Hughes moved to excuse absentee members Schnaidt
and Malcuit. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion
carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who sign the register were:
B. E. Mason L. E. Larson
NEW LEGISLATION
Brenda Mix
Resolution No. 89-18, "To Award The Bid For Comprehensive
Planning Service And To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter
Into A Contract With Woolpert Consultants Therefor", was
introduced, read in its entirety, and moved for passage by
Councilmember Morrow. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery.
Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-18 duly passed.
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment. Councilmember Motion seconded by Morrow. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 7: 20 p.m..
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Vice« Mayor
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