Granville Community Calendar

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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Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
June 21, 1989
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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
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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
1
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
9
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
10
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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GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
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
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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
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05/31/89
MAY
BALANCE
DISBURSED AT MONTH END
5.564. 88
10.267. 92 69
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00 86
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2,b ,VVe:, 4 .4
29.981. 69
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10. 197.58
204.68
243-47-
019. 86
38.964.- 52
25.980. 00
811. 01
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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 *
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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

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