Granville Community Calendar

Coucil Minutes January 17,1990

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JANUARY 17, 1990
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Ormond
Councilmember Marshall
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Rader
MINUTES
January 3, 1990 -
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Morrow
Eisenberg
Munro
Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Morrow moved to approve the minutes as submitted. Councilmember Motion seconded by Malcuit. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Brenda Mix
Mike Lafferty
Eric S. Phillips
Sally MacPhail, Sentinel
Dale Dildine, Advocate
Manager Plunkett introduced Eric Phillips, who will be working for the Village as its partt-ime Zoning Inspector. Mr. Phillips is a graduate of Muskingham College; and is now working towards his Master' s degree in Urban and Regional Planning. As part of his graduate work, he will receive credit for his work as the Village' s Zoning Inspector.
time. No other comments, questions or concerns were voiced at this
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for December 1989, was presented and reviewed. Following review the clerk was directed to file the mreipnuotret.s. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for December 1989 was presented. Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members of Council. Following review, Councilmember Malcuit moved that the Manager' s Report be approve. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Mofottihoensecamrriineudte. sA. copy of that report is hereby attached as part
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COMMITTEE REPORTS
Planning Commission -Councilmember Marshall reported on the
Commission' s meeting of January 10, 1990. At that meeting the
Commission approved Russell Adam' s application to enclose parking a area to the rear of his building at 111 North Prospect
Street. Eloise DeZwarte' s application for sign permit was denied
as proposed. The Commission then ruled that the sign would be
permitted if Ms. DeZwarte moves the sign on the alley side of the building at 116 West Broadway.
An application and site plan submitted by Jeffrey 3. Pound,
Spring Hills Baptist Church, to construct a church and other facilities off NewarkG- ranville Road, was reviewed. The Commission approved Phase I of the proposed church and facilities, but ruled that more detailed plans of the structures must be submitted with details on egress and ingress to those structures. Application to the Newark Code Administration for commerciapl/ublic buildings must be completed and approved well. Mr. Pound was also advised that if the church as sign indicating would want a location of the church that too would need approval by the Planning Commission.
Councilmember Ormond reviewed her report on several suggestions she had come up with to shorten rezoning requests and still comply with the present Zoning Ordinance. A copy of Ms. Ormonds suggestions are hereby attached as part of these minutes.
OLD BUSINESS
Certified Oil CorporationC/ lass ClC-2 Liquor Permit -Village Law Director Ann Munro announced that the hearing requested by Village Council, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 14, 1990, at 10: 00 a.m..Vice Mayor Morrow, Councilmember Malcuit, tShteavtehCeaarritnnga.l, Village Police Chief will be giving statements at
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 902- , "A Resolution To Establish The Level Of Municipal Funding Of Group Health Insurance For Village Employees"w,as introduced, read in its entirety and moved for Mpaassrsahgeallb. y Councilmember Rader. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Discussion: Vice Mayor Morrow recommended that Resolution No. 902-, Section II, be amended [in bold] as follows: Employees of the Village of Granville who elect coverage under such group health insurance policies, will be responsible for payment of 50% of monthly health insurance premium cost in excess of two hundred
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dollars, which amount is to be deducted from the employees'
payroll checks. Each employee will be required to acknowledge in
writing that he or she understands that they will be responsible
for paying such amount. Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit.
Motion carried. Motion for passage of Resolution No. 90-2 as
amended carried.
Resolution No. 90-3, "To Authorize The Village Manager To
Advertise For Bids For The Purchase Of A New Police Cruiser", introduced, was read in its entirety and moved for passage by
Councilmember Hughes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Marshall.
Discussion: Vice Mayor Morrow asked the Village Manager how many police cruisers the Village owned, the year of each, and which
cruiser would be traded in. Manager Plunkett said the Village has three cruisers, an '878,8' , and '89. Plans are to trade in the
1987 model. Following discussion, the motion for passage of Resolution No. 90-3 carried.
Resolution No. 904- , A" Resolution To Appoint Members To The Board Of Zoning And Building Appeals"w,as introduced, read in its entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember Marshall leaving the positions to be filled blank. Motion seconded by Councilmember Ormond. Discussion then followed on candidates who have indicated that that would be interested in serving on Boards Commissions. Manager Plunkett stated that Roger Roth who had been serving on the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals has written a letter stating that he would like to be appointed on that Board. Other electors who have indicated a willingness to serve were: Ron Winters, Dr. William Keeler, Michael Snyder, and Samuel Schnaidt. Barbara Martin (BZBA) ,whose term is up has
asked to be reappointed. Susan Lamson (Planning Commission)h,as also asked to be reappointed. There are three seats to be filled
on the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals. Following a lengthy discussion, Barbara Martin and Roger Roth were selected as two of the three to be appointed. The motion for passage of Resolution cNao.rri9e0d4.- with two of the three positions filled as indicated
Resolution No. 905- , "A Resolution To Fill Vacancies On The Planning Commission"w,as introduced, read in its entirety and mthorveeed yfoear radoption (with Susan Lamson' s name inserted to fill the term)b,y Councilmember Malcuit. Motion seconded by Councilmember Marshall. Discussion: Members discussed other willing candidates. The Clerk was asked to give a roll call on the motion: Malcuity-es, Marshally-es, Ormondn-o, Radern-o, Hughesy-es, Morrown-o, Eisenbergn-o. Three yes votes, four no vfaoitleesd. .Motion for passage of Resolution No. 905- as introduced
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Resolution No.
Resolution No.
90-5 was introduced again as follows:
90-5, "A Resolution To Fill Vacancies On The
Planning Commission"w,as introduced, read and moved for passage
with Samuel Schnaidt' s name inserted in to fill the three year
term),by Councilmember Rader. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor
Morrow. Roll call vote: Rader- yes, Morrow- yes, Hughes- no, Ormondno,
Marshall-no, Malcuit-no, Eisenberg- yes. Four no votes, three
yes votes. Motion for passage of Resolution No. 90-5 as
introduced failed.
Consensus of Council at this time was to schedule a Worksession
and invite those candidates who. have indicated an interest in
serving on Village Boards and Commissions to attend. Village
Council will then interview each candidate individually at that
time and make appointments to fill vacancies on Boards and
Commissions at the next regular meeting.
Resolution No. 90-6,
Improvement Board",
Ordinance No. 2-90,
A Resolution To Appoint A Member To The
was not introduced at this time.
An Ordinance To Approve And Adopt Current
Replacement Pages To The Codified Ordinances; And Declaring An
Emergency", was introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice
Mayor Morrow.
Vice Mayor Morrow moved for adoption of the Section III, the
Emergency Clause, and read this section in its entirety. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Roll call vote: Morrow- yes,
Hughes- yes, Rader- yes, Ormond- yes, Marshall-yes, Malcuit-yes, Eisenberg- yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Section III,
Emergency Clause duly adopted.
Vice Mayor Morrow moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 2-90.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Roll call vote: Morrowyes,
Hughes- yes, Rader- yes, Ormond- yes, Malcuit-yes, Marshallyes,
Eisenberg- yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance
No. 2-90 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 3-90, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 418-9 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1990 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 February 7, 1990, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 4-90, A"n Ordinance To Create A Litter Control Recycling Grant Fund And Amend Ordinance No. 418-9 Appropriating Funds For Operating Expenses In The Litter Control Recycling Grant Fund", was introduced and title read in its entirety by
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Councilmember Malcuit. A public hearing on this ordinance was
scheduled for February 7, 1990, at 7: 30 p.m..
Kiwanis Tree Tapping Request - Manager Plunkett noted the letter
received from the Granville Kiwanis requesting permission to tap
Village maple trees again this year, and asked Village Council
how they felt about granting the request. Following a brief
discussion, consensus of Council present had no objection to the
Granville Kiwanis tapping the Village maple trees. A copy of the
Granville Kiwanis letter is hereby attached as part of these
minutes.
Members of Council and Manager Plunkett discussed briefly a
letter received from Granville Kiwanis President Dale H. Gleason.
The letter explains that the Granville Kiwanis plan to shorten
the July 4th celebration from four to three days and would like
to expand the area designated for rides. They have also hired a different Carnival Operator with better equipment. Village
Council suggested that Manager Plunkett canvass residents and the
merchants to garnish their Feelings on expanding the area for
rides. A copy of Mr. Gleason' s letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes. Manager Plunkett commented that he and Eric
Phillips plan to meet with the Granville Business and
Professional Association (formerly the Granville Merchants'
Association), tomorrow and might be a good time to ask the
merchants about this request.
Manager Plunkett also noted the Ohio Municipal League' s Seminar for new Council members and asked those members interested to letting him know.
Manager Plunkett also noted that Kurt Rausch, dba Custom Wood Furniture, has indicated that he is interested in using Street the old Department building to display his furniture. He would like to use one area for a show room and live on the premises in
a small room. Mr. Plunkett explained that the property is zoned Community Service District, which has no provisions for such a pCroompmoissasilo.nHe said the request has been forwarded to the Planning for review.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
January 20, 1990, 9: 00 a.m..
January 24. 1990, 7: 30 p.m..
Facilities Tour -Village Council
Granville Planning Commission
Council Worksession Interview of January 27, 1990, 9: 00 a.m.. - - Candidates to Fill Vacancies on Boards &Commissions.
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ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Malcuit moved for adjournment.
Vice Mayor Morrow. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 10 p.m..
Clerk of Council
Motion seconded by
Mayor
Douglas E. Plunkett
118 S. Main Street
Granville. Ohio 43023
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
E- Wriqi-69$,-*0
3385 Raccoon Valley Road
Granville, Ohio 43023
587-2109 Home'
345-2044 Office
January 5, 1990
On behalf of the Kiwanis Club of Granville. I respectfully seek your assistance with the following:
1. Obtaining the approval and/or consent of the village solons and residents to tap the maple trees in the
village from approximately Saturday February 17th to mid- March.
2. Obtaining the approval of the same parties for the
conduct of the July 4th Street Fair, through from Sunday July 1 Wednesday July 4th. The festival will be considerably changed this year as we have contracted
with a different ride operator (Ken Detty), and we intend a three day festival rather than a four day affair. Setup
will be on Sunday July 1, at about 4PM.
Mr. Detty visited Granville in August, and met with a
group of Kiwanians that he believes included you. At that meeting, he says you discussed expanding the fair
eastward, about a halfb-lock. Specifically, he would like to set up two kiddie rides on the north side of Broadway, just east of Morehart' s golf game. They would not be noisy rides, and could be shut down at 10PM, if
necessary, to make them palatable to local residents. It
seems to me that is not asking for too much.
At the Pataskala Street Fair each August, they have rides
and concessions spread along a half mile of residential street for nearly a week. And it does not appear any effort is made regarding noise abatement. All we are asking is the use of two blocks, for three evenings.
Ntheevebrethtteeler ss, it is extremely difficult to attract one of ride operators to our community when we restrict them to a short festival,
two-thlrds of the street,
which to work.
exclusively by the Llons,
Junior Class, Welsh Hills
local organizations.)
and only give them
along one city block, with
The north side of Broadway is used Sertoma, Kiwanis, Jaycees,
School, and numerous other
Mr. Detty has promised to bring better rides to Granville
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than those to which we are accustomed, and at less cost.
He operates on a coupon basis, with each ride requiring
anywhere from two to four coupons. The slide and kiddie
rides will average about 50 cents two coupons), whereas
adult rides will cost about a dollar (four coupons)W.e
will offer pre-sale ride coupons to the public, prior to
the festival. which will amount to a fifty percent
savings. In addition, on Tuesday July 3rd, from 1PM to
6PM, $5 will buy an unlimited number of rides. We are
excited about the potential afforded by our new
relationship with Mr. Detty, and are. hopeful the
community will be supportive of our efforts.
Your assistance in obtaining local approval for these projects is greatly appreciated.
duly94//2< Dale H. Gleason, Pres.
Granville Kiwanis
WINTER HOME:
5210 Fearnley Road
Lake Worth, FL 33467
Ken Detty, President
Barbara Detty, Secy.T-reas.
Telephone: 407-964-3944
THIS CONTRACT made and entered into this · 4 th day of January 1990 byandbetween FUNTASTIC MIDWAYS, herein represented by Ken Det ty General Agent, who shall hheerreeiinnarfeteprrebseenktneodwn as party of the first part, and WMNNNYIX Granville 4th of July Festival , by D=,1 A clpacion
who shall hereinafter be known as party of the second part:
WITNESSETSHai-d party of the first part being duly organized as an Amusement Corporation, and having exclusive privilege to hold and exhibit the aforesaid Shows, consisting of shows,riding devices and concessionsa, iCnotnhetraCcittyanodf Granvillp County of Licking State o f Oh i o for a period of 3 days, commencing on the 7 nd day of .T,i 1 y 19 90, and closing on the 4 +. h day of July 19 90 inclusive,unless unavoidable accident,railroad embargoes,excessive rates,or inclement weather prevents. riouSsaidshpoawrsty,roidfinthge second part agrees to furnish a suitable and agreeable location for the erection and operation of the vihinethfiersCt iptyarot,f aforesaiddelvoiccaetsio,cnontocebsesioonns aBndrooathderwaattyracStiontsreexheibti ti n-gD,oowwnnetdo,wopnerated orcontrolled by the said party of Granvillp, nhin
requiSreadid party of the second part hereby agrees to furnish said party of the first part with alllicenses and taxes such as may be by law for all shows, riding devices and other attractions,exhibiting,owned,operated or controlled by said party of the first part.
ariseIutnisdefur rththiser agreed and understood that party of first part shall not be held liable for any accident or damage that may contract,caused by fire,cyclone,explosion or any other act of providence over which party of the first part has no control.
In consideration of the aforesaid furnishings and services, party of the first part hereby agrees to pay party of the second part see be11§cent ofthe gross receipts of all shows and riding devices,settlement to be made each day at the close ofbusiness. The party of the first part further agrees to pay party of the second part$35.00 on each and every concession.Settlement to be made on concessions on or before end of the week of the engagement. All shows guaranteed to be clean and moral. and tIhtaist ifufrther understood and agreed by both parties hereto that there are no verbal agreements not covered by this contract, any agreements should become necessary,same shall be placed in writing and attached or inserted in this contract, signed by both parties hereto.
Advance sale party of 2nd part receive 25%if settlement 1 hr prior to opening if not made %will be 15%.All other ticket box receipts will pay 2nd party 20%.Kids day Tues. 3rd. 1 to 6 with $5.00 price. Party of first will Cover) IN WITNESS WHEREOF,we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals this day and year first above written. FUNTASTIC MIDWAYS
Signed
Signed 4 2ve t»part
By ' '*part 6/L./ f f Parties of second part
FUNTASTIC MIDWAYS
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part will furnish 100 posters, and will honor 1 free ride
coupon on Monday night. First party will pay $300.00 to
advertising. First party will provide $10, 000.00 of tickets
for advance sale. Party of 2nd. part will have popcornconfection
trailer, party of 1st part will have other food
trailers. First party will have exclusive on all games.
Party of Ist part will supply 8 torlO rides.
FINANCIAL STATEI'llE!41
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAYOR '9 COURT MONTHLY REPORT
BALANCE OF BOND HONEY FRON LAST MONTH
1[JIAL C (DL.1.l.i.i (I'F. ID. Fl )11 '11 I I !3 111)1,111. 1 .
TOTAL PAID TO STATE (RRF &GRF):
TOTAL PAID IN REFUNDS/OVERPYHTS:
1 0 TA L PA 111 11.)GEH E R A L F U N I)n _ _ _
BALANCE OF BOND HONEY IN ACCOUNT :..., .
CASES GENERATED BY GRANVILLE POLICE DEPT.
CASES PROCES,YED IN rIAYOR' S O[:UR I
CASES TRANSFERRED FROM MAYOR ' S COURT
TRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED
Dec. '89
1'1( )1111. 1
510. 00
10,287. 00
1,436. 90..
644. 00 .
5, 24.6. 00-.
3,471. 00
Nov8.9'
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EXCESSIVE SPEED:
ASSURED CLEAR DISTANCE:
DISREGARDING RED SIGNAL:
DISREGARDING STOP SIGN:-
DISREGARDING OTHER TRAFFIC CONIROL:
PROHIBITED RIGHT TURN ON RED SIGNAL n
ONVI (ALCOI IOL/DRUGS):
OPEN CONTAINER/LIQUOR CONSUMPTION:
WILLFUL/WANTON DISREGARD FOR SAFETY:
OPERATING W/0 REASONABLE CONIROL:
FLEEING. A POLICE OFFICER:1_ 9UEALING TIRE9/PEELING/CRACKING EXHI
PERNI I I ZING/RIDING/HANGING OUT OF VEH:
U-TURN (OPP DIRECTION/ENTER PARKING):
1, 236. 00
3, 266. 00
576. 00
2,696. 00
568. 00
2, 553. 00
Ij.,816.00
1, 739. 00
2,593. 00
9,477. 00
510. 00
IRAFFIC CITATIONS: 104 86
PARKING TICKETS: 47 30
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS: 11 I 6
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TRAFFIC CITATIONS: 101
PARKING TICKETS: 44
CRIHINAL COMPLAINTS: 11
CASES DISHTSSED 4
GUILTY WAIVERS (PYNIS OUT OF COURT) n 52
CASES APPEARING IN COURT: 27
80
28
15
7
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37
34
22
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20
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TO LICKING COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT: 3 1
TO JUVENILE COURT: 2 5 2
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CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED (CON' T)
F'ARKING IICI<ElS F'ROCESSEI)
VII.1 #1-PARKING ON SIDEWALK/CURB LAWN:
VIO 42-BLOCKING PUBLIC/PRIVATE DRIVE:
VIO 03-PARKED W/IN 20FT OF INTERSECT:
V 10 #4-PARKED ON A CROBBWALK:__ __ ..
VIO #5-PARKED IN A NO PARKING ZONE:
VIO #6-PARKED TOO FAR FROM CURB:_____
VIO #7-PARKED IN GAHE SPOT >70 HPq•
VIO #8-OVERlIHE 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/OVERPASS:
VIO #14-PARKED IN ROADWAY -HAZARD:
VIO #15-PARKED W/IN IOFT OF FIRE HYD:
SUNHONS ISSUED FOR FAILURE TO PAY
MEN+rH MONTH
Dec8.'8
MONTH
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FIREWORKS VIOLATIONS:
ALL OTHER VIOLATIONS:
Failure to Answer Summons
Possession of Alcohol
Unwanted Solicitor
1
2
2
3
5
6
17
4
9
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WATER DEPARTMENT
MANAGER' S REPORT
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)
Dec. 1989
22. 193
10.324
333
716
0
6.0
Nov. 1989
22. 240
741
11.812
381
10.0
2
Dec. 1988
21.919
707
10. 061
12. 1
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
1) Repaired broken four inch main on West Broadway.
2) Found three. water main valves that had not been mapped.
3) Located two abandoned, leaking service lines -disconnected.
4) Burg Street Booster Station complete except for the booster pumps. Delivery of pumps may be in March.
5) Granville South Lift Station 95%complete -now awaiting customers.
Note:
MG) -
MGD) -
DT) -
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
325
1
50 68 30
0 0 2
11 2 53
6 15 9
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
December 1989
AmounLManhouna
New Signs 8 10
Signs Replaced 2 4
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS) 210 92
Inlets cleaned
Inside) 60 20
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt 1 8
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads) 1 12
Leaf Pickup
Loads) 1 12
Snow Removal 482
Salt Water
gallons)& Rock Salt 14, 000 &142 Tons
Trash Pickup 36
Shop and Offices
cleaned 74
Backhoe Worked
Days) 10 80
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment) 18 488
Call Out 11 *127
5
150
60
1
3
6
22
ZQNING Out of 482 hours of snow removal,
to call outs for snow removal
Building Permits 2 1
Remodeling Permits 0 0
Sidewalk Permits 0 0
Demolition Permits 0 0
Sign Permits 0 0
SPECIALIN_TERESTIT_EMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
160 Hrs
24 Hrs
54 Hrs
Decemberl_a_BIL
AmounLManhoura
250
0
2
94 0) 0
20
9
51
8
34
1
13 106
127 hours were due
0
34
14
30
35 5
0
5
0
1
0
0
1
OTHER PROJECTS FOR DECEMBER 1989
/1) Finished removing tree on Granger
2) Removed leaf equipment and prepared for snow removal
3) Worked on salt storage building
4) Hauled misc. gravel and grits
5) Installed dry well near bike path at Main Street
6) Removed tree on West Elm and South Pearl
7) Installed and removed temp. no parking signs on Pinehurst
8) Steamed cleaned street sweeper
9) Cleaned leaves up on Mt. Parnassus
10) Trimmed on Milner Road
11) Installed dry well at Nrk-Granville Road &Cherry Valley
12) Worked on Flashing light at crosswalk 13) Worked on East Maple storm sewer
14) Worked on signal at St Rt 16 and Cherry Valley
15) Set up and removed chairs at Baptist Church
16) Removed tree at 38 Brierwood
17) Misc. tree work
18) Installed post near manhole next to road
Total Hrs
27 Hrs.
21 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
19 Hrs.
62 Hrs.
45 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
4 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
145 Hrs.
24 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
32 Hrs.
13 Hrs.
7 Hrs.
36 Hrs.
24 Hrs.
6 Hrs.
488 Hrs.
1
STAT
DFEARTMENT
11 D.IVISION
, ..CITY GRA N V I L. LE·
11 MONTHLY FUND REPORT 51
71
PAAF 1
DATE
MONTH OF ·'
R 13
npr# A
12/31/89
DECEMBER
ACCOUNT BAI ANCF RAI ANrF
FUND DESCRIPTION AT BEGINNING RECEIPTS DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
18··1.. ---
9
A COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING 00 00 00 00 00 00
21
2 ·-. A. 1 GENERAL 411, 613. 19 124,938. 10 69,904.39 466. 646.90 140.926.03 325.720.87
4'A.'''2 MUNICIPAI 'RI'nG. RESERVE- ,· 1.1-_1-4_0-0_00-00 ' .00
A 3 COMPREHENSIVE. PLANNING 10. 329. 54 40.33 . 00 10.369.87 00 10.369. 87
t51
11| - B- 1 STREET '
14 · B - 7 HT AHWAY
2 B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX
24
51· G C 1 DEBT SERVICE , .
7! C 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND
2 C 3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT 30
15. 835.64
68.830.93
140„ R49. 60
96.559.46
J,Z.JA .VA
8.478.65
1. 01 7. 49
2.989. 18
2.927. 06
745.81
47- 7, 4. 99
1, 878.00
18. 160.60 -
API. 77
76. 563.77
94,477. 10
97. 670. 64
77. Rog 09 01 797 21
97. 670.64
D -3 OWDA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 00 236.838. 92 0 .CD D· O
m
7 - r-·r-' 00 9,762. 00 9.762.00-
331 F_1-WATEEA903-17 79-FAX-FiA 48.Z.6.1 04i__3_2A-'79_AcP 22_5.=13_7__111.4-9-1--4--- 34
8 E 2 SEWER - - --
36 .
tl .0/0 -7/ 17. 151. 75 33. 964.46 27. 954. 26 3.093. 97 24. 860. 29
23 E. 6 SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND 69. 084. 06
38
39' 7 FF; i.JFR il,FRT RFRVTIF-' RFRFRVT= Fl ItI\n 1 44. (2-)3. GA
40
11! E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 143. 735. 41
21 ·E92 SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT · 4· ·-,5 65
5 441
65 :F .7 FnliTPMMNT ACRFRVF, · 141 -7691-30 46
33 6 5 HILENGREEN ESCROW 18: n L' ._. 4 » '-'
s1o3l H 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 4...©-'....
Sli
52I
4
GRAND TOTALS ****
55'
25. 530. 19
7 990 lA
83.937.50
14 A;-A "
52.329. 60
10. 676. 75
91. 405.81
00
f-1 f-,
80.270. 40
10. 676. 75
157 A„l '7-4-,
11. 135. 41
00 1. 139. 65 00 00 00
OC' c,O 1,-1 -6>4 = 12.-69S-C-k
00 00 7. 723. 02 .00 7.723. 02
00
1. 456.554.92 * 459.736.80 * 594.782.07 *1.321 509.65 * 330. 173.51 * 991. 336.
778. 12 17.382. 48
561. 49 379. 43 767. 15 r)f-) AOZ 77
00 00 00 00 00
00 76.563.77
1 57 AA 1 74
00
00 23. 329. 93 00 23-329.93
56'
571
FUND
GENERAL
MUNI BLDG RSVE
COMPREHSV. PLNNG
STREET
HIGHWAY
PERMISSIVE TAX
T SERVICE
ER CONST. FUND
SEWER 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
L ALL FUNDS
BALANCE
1/1/89
381, 159
20, 000
0
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
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
1989
RECEIPTS
1, 125, 323
20, 000
10, 370
54, 817
3, 517
31, 640
131, 897
22, 098
31, 995
247, 835
391, 127
260, 573
140, 877
19, 179
139, 600
0
48, 879
616
21, 740
1, 246, 745 2, 702, 082
DISBURSEMENTS
1, 039, 835
0
0
47, 082
3, 198
31, 640
128, 296
143, 880
7, 523
247, 835
405, 396
257, 915
142, 875
14, 854
56, 714
6, 983
76, 958
0
16, 335
BALANCE
12/31/ 89
466, 647
40, 000
10, 370
18, 160
624
0
76, 564
94, 627
97, 671
0
37, 426
27, 954
10, 677
157, 062
91, 406
0
161, 270
7, 723
23, 330
2, 627, 318 $1, 321, 509
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:
i-land Delivered Mail:
Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
GRANV I LLE POL I CE DEPARTMENT
MONTHLY REPORT#**
December 1989 November
Quantity Time Quantitv
6779
47
104
1.9
75
42
58
12
1010
155
Y A
01
54
39
21
660
9148
14
1
221
24
74
18
16
0
0
343
85
14
48
79
100
182
1
66
9
175
759
2.05
16.40
4.96
18
16.18
8. 56
2.50
3.70
95
75
10.43
10. 13
4.95
27.20
1. 85
610. 10
740. 46
5.78
4.
·,-,
48.63
6.85
51. 88
6.33
2.78
0
0
126.61
40.85
3.85
15.21
9.40
30. 13
303.40
05
5. 81
1. 76
36.26
446.60
4785
30
86
29
69
34
4
667
198
5 =-
67
36
7 1
670
6799
11
202
43
113
19
1
408
LJ:-..
Cn
45
64
61
115
1
63
B
145
593
19B9 December 1988
lims. Quantity Time
1 -A
14. 10
3. 15
14.80
16.81
2.28
r
0 -2,
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
110. 33
3.08
n r'1
66
1. 56
190. 76
39.58
16.96
7. 01
1 - n
1.- 1 4 ...,·-
254.08
00
5.05
1. 08
28.58
7 1/ 7-C
0. i J
3686
25
34
75
17
26
1145
0
40
36
61
0
4-
550
161
48
160
6077
10
54
61
4
105
156
528
9
0
148
26
51
10
0
A 1.0.
61
10
30
63
5.42
4. 28
60 .-2 --
7.53
1. 38
27
1. 60
93
1. 07
21. 30
3.88
6.27
31. 22
0
401. 13
493. 13
3.77
0
26.40
11. 97
45
3.88
1. 57
1
0
123.58
32.38
3.80
11. 92
3.92
17. 17
65.02
77
L.•-'
9.77
1. 28
-r- I--
168.82
December 1989
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized:
Total Mileage:
VEHICLE:
87 Ford LTD
88 Ford LTD
89 Ford LTD
SESve Cartnal
Chief of Police
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
MONTHLY REPORTw* *
December 1989
652
6502
Odometer
80867
11458
30199
November 1987
469
5493
Miles
2063
463
1, 7'. /0
December 1788
358
4169
December 1989
G
li
42
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DEPARTMENT
ti, , DIVISION
21 CITY GRANVILLE
4,1
ACCOUNT
FUND DESCRIPTION
A COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
BAI ANCF
AT BEGINNING
PRAF 1
DATE
MONTH OF
RECEIPTS
R 13
npER-
12/31/89
DECEMBER
RAt ANrm
DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED 7!
toi
00
1
31 A-„.„:1 :'G' ENERAL . 411.613. 19 124.938.10 69.904.39 466.646.90 140.926.03 325.720.87
L_0- 0.00 -ooci 4 ¤o-r,r-, nn D ___il-_A_O_0--0-L£-0_D_z..
11€j
13 A 3 COMPREHENSIVE F'LANNING 10. 329.54 40.33 00 10. 369.87 00
t 1 Bt
BETREET 15.835.645.252.022,927.0618.160.60778.12
r. · B 2 HI GHWAY 561. 49 309. 43 067. 19 403 77 00 -.
El B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX 00 00 00 00 C)(-)
12! · C 1 DEBT SERVICE ' - 68.830.93 8.478.65 745. 81 76. 563.77 00
7! ··C· 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND· 140.R49.60 1 -r)17. 49 94.627-1 0 70 AOR 09 47.0-&90
C 3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT 96. 559. 46 2. 989. 18 1. 878. 00 97.670. 64 00
0
iS . D' 3 OWDA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 00 236.838. 92 236. 838. 92 00 9.762.00
23 F 1 WATER 54 -9(-X, .17 09. OA-R A' 4A 7A1 14 I -'= 0 . 00 51703-
2 E 2 SEWER 44.766. 97
26
lul./ 3 33. 964.46 27. 954.26 3.093. 97
11 E 6 SEWER DEBT SERV I CE FUND 69. 084. 06 25. 530. 19 83.937.50 10. 676.75 00
3B
SS
1-'-4.023.06 28-90. lA 1_.4- 8-535.-0 1 E-7 061.7--'- f-)b ,--
4
E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
E92. SEWER CAPITAL. IMPROVEMENT 44
45 · F 0 Fn! IT PMFNT RFSFRVF
G 5 HILENGREEN ESCROW 48
H 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
63;
GRAND TOTALS **** LS.
1. 139.65
23.329.93
OC)
r-ir-,
00
52. 329. 60
1. 139.65
A
00
91. 405. 81
10.369. 87
17.382. 48
00
76.563. 77
01 .19. 7 .. 31.
97.670. 64
9. 762.00-
1.4-94-1- 99'--
24. 860. 29
10.676. 75
1 57 _06714-.
80. 270.40 11. 135.41
00 00. 00
1612-698-0
C)C) 7.723. 02.
00 23.329.9.-
1 4 1 269- 0
7. 723. 02
0 0 0-
1. 456.554.92 *.459. 736.80 * 594.782.07 *1.321. 509.65 * 330.173.51 * 991. 336.
00 00 00 00 00
143.735.41 00
1 A 1 06„AR
00 0

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