Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes August 1, 1990

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF GRANVILLE
EDUCATIONAL BUILDING -MEETING ROOM
AUGUST 1, 1990
The meeting for August 1, 1990 was held at the First Presbyterian
Church of Granville -Educational Building, basement meeting
room.
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Ormond
Councilmember Marshall
Councilmember Rader
PUBLIC HEARINGS
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Morrow
Eisenberg
Hurst
Plunkett
The first public hearing to be held was on Ordinance No. 13-90,
An Ordinance To Adopt The Comprehensive Plan."
Mayor Eisenberg said he didn' t think it would be necessary to put
a severe time limit on those who wished to speak to the
ordinance, as only a couple of people signed up so far to speak.
However, he asked that those who did speak to confine their
comments to the issue: whether or not Council should adopt the
Comprehensive Plan which was development by Woolpert Associates
under the direction of the joint Comprehensive Planning Committee
between the Village and the Township.
The first speaker was Harrison Smith:
Harrison Smith, Attorney, Smith &Hale, representing William
Wright, owner of property immediately east of Bryn Du Woods
Subdivision. Mr. Smith was in favor of the plan being adopted,
but with specific modifications: he felt there wasn' t any
contextual relationship between the goals in the Comprehensive
Plan, the text in the plan, and the density in the land use map.
In terms of density, there was no relationship of a minimum lot
size of an acre and a half and the existing Village. He then went
on to make suggestions on what he felt would bring the base plan
and the land use plan into accord with the goals and the text of
the plan.
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August 1, 1990
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In terms of the language of the plan, Mr. Smith felt there should
be language in the plan suggesting that in an appropriate PUD
application, where circumstances be it existing densities or
whatever, that densities could be greater than those contained or
recommended in the plan and that they could be approved. Thereby
giving Council a range of density, and not committing them to any single one.
The second would be to understand that the plan walks away
from the PUD process, which he felt would be a terrible mistake.
He noted, that PUD was only used in the plan in two places, and
suggested that Council retain to themselves the right by a PUD,
and an appropriate PUD process to vary the strict and absolute
requirements of the land use plan as specified.
Mr. Smith also talked a lot about the grid, and felt that it
ought to be in places where it shows, and that it ought to be
mandated from an architectural standpoint to be as close to the
Village downtown as possible.
Next to speak on Ordinance No. 13-90, was Michael Coleman,
Attorney representing Quest International.
Mr. Coleman concurred that a land use plan should be adopted with modifications. He asked that the existing zoning for the Quest property remain as classified when annexed: office for the
northern portion of the Quest property, and portion PUD for the southern of 32 acres, and explained his reasons at length.
Vice Mayor Morrow asked Mr. Coleman what were Quest' s intentions to develop the polo field. At first Mr. Coleman didn' t feel that was an issue, and said that the property was zoned PUD when they purchased it, and that zoning would affect the value of that asset. He finally responded to Mr. Morrow' s question and . said that they had no intentions at the present time to develop the polo field in any way.
Mayor Eisenberg asked if there was anyone else who wished to speak on Ordinance No. 13-90.
Hearing none, he declared the public hearing on Ordinance No. 13- 90 closed.
Next on the agenda for public hearing was Ordinance No. 149-0, An Ordinance Granting To National Gas And Oil Corporation The Privilege To Maintain Its Present Property And To Lay Pipe And Install And Construct Other Necessary Equipment In And Under The Streets, Avenues, Alleys, And Public Ways In The Village Of Granville, Ohio, For The Purpose Of Conveying, Selling, And Supplying Natural Gas To Consumers Thereof."
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August 1, 1990
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John Dennison, representing National Gas &Oil Corporation,
presented Ordinance No. 14-90 (a franchise ordinance), and
Ordinance No. 15-90 (a rate ordinance). He explained that when
annexation to the east took place last year some of their
properties which were in the Township are now in the Village. The
ordinances outline what rights and privileges the Village National and Gas &Oil Corporation have. It also provides the Village
with a second alternative as far as future gas development. Mr. Dennison then offered to answer any questions.
Vice Mayor Morrow asked if the rates are what is currently in effect in Newark.
Mr. Dennison said yes, and noted that by way of ordinance and provisions established with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, the rates in rural un-incorporated areas in Licking County
are authorized to follow those in the City of Newark, and that these are the rates National Gas are presenting to the Village for consideration.
Hearing no more requests to speak on Ordinance No. 149-0, Mayor Eisenberg declared the public hearing on this ordinance closed.
Next on the schedule for public hearing was Ordinance No. 15-90, An Ordinance Fixing And Regulating The Price That May Be Charged By National Gas And Oil Corporation, Its Successors Or Assigns,
For Gas Service To The Village Of Granville, Ohio And To Its Inhabitants From And After The Effective Date Of This Ordinance."
Other than Mr. Dennison' s comments to both Ordinance No. 149-0 an Ordinance No. 159-0, no one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. The public hearing was declared closed by Mayor Eisenberg.
Last to be publicly heard was Ordinance No. 169- 0, 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."
NPoubolnice appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 169-0. hearing closed.
Mayor Eisenberg stated that Council will discuss and take action aonndthe above ordinances under old business later in the meeting, at that time, Council will not be taking any further comments from the audience. He asked if anyone had any comments on any of pthueblaicbove ordinances before the public hearing was closed to comments.
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August 1, 1990
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Harrison Smith spoke and apologized for not getting in writing
the specific language he was offering in terms of changes to the
Comprehensive Plan. He said he would be happy to present that
language later.
Hearing no more requests to speak, the public hearings on all the
above ordinances were closed.
MINUTES
July 18, 1990 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Morrow moved
that the minutes be approved as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were: please see attached sign-in attendance sheet.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Planning Commission -Councilmember Marshall reported 19th meeting. At that meeting on the July the Commission refused for the
second time a request to rezone the property at 130 North Main
Street. The Commission also reviewed and approved a minor
modification to the Bryn Du Woods Development Plan which involved
an emergency access connector road constructed between Alligator
Mound and Bryn Du Drive. The Fence Ordinance tabled by Village Council and sent back to the Planning Commission for further
study was reviewed, changes made, and has been resubmitted to Village Council for consideration.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 13-90, " An Ordinance To Adopt The Comprehensive
Plan.V"ice Mayor Morrow moved for the adoption of Ordinance No. 13-90. Seconded by Councilmember Malcuit.
During the deliberations by Council on Ordinance No. 139-0 the following proposed modifications to the Comprehensive Plan were discussed and agreed to by Council:
1) The property of Quest International located at the NW corner of the intersection of Jones Road and NewarkG- ranville Road currently used as a polo field and designated on the "Future Land Use Map" on page 10 of the Comprehensive Plan as UniversityIn/ stitutional"c,onsisting of approximately 32 acres be designated "Suburban Residential. "
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2) The property of Quest International located on Jones Road
currently used by it for its corporate offices, commonly referred
to as the "Mansion"and designated on the "Future Land Use Map"
on page 10 as U" niversityI/nstitutional"be designated O" ffice. "
3) The language in the Plan shall be modified, to the extent
necessary, to permit the implementation of its goals and
objectives by the Village, without reliance on the action of the
Township or any governmental entity.
4) The "Summary of Comprehensive Plan Goals" section of the
Comprehensive Plan commencing on page 4 should contain specific
references to those other sections of the Plan, particularly the
Plan Recommendations"which are designed to implement the
Comprehensive Plan Goals." The planners shall be requested to
identify which, and how each of the Recommendations implement each of the Goals.
5) The planners shall remove all references throughout the Plan
to Architectural Review as it relates to the Village. For
example, the referenced Architectural Review guidelines on page 54 of the Plan shall be removed as it relates to the Village. All
reference to the Village and the Township jointly adopting
architectural design guidelines shall be removed from the Plan.
Village Council shall defer further action on Architectural
Review controls until such time as a more definitive zoning
ordinance is prepared governing Architectural Review.
6) The proposed Planned Development Overlay as described on
pages 53 and 54 of the Plan shall be applicable to all zoning
districts with the Village. The planners shall implement, to the
extent possible, the Village' s existing planned unit development concept and expand on the guidelines for the assurance of promoting well-planned development with the Village.
Vice Mayor Morrow move to amend Section I of Ordinance 139-0 to read as follows: Section I: The Comprehensive Plan of Granville and drafted by Woolpert Consultants and as amended by Village Council, then it goes on to say be and hereby is adopted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Marshall. Roll call vote: Morrowy-es, Marshally-es, Hughesy-es, Ormondy-es, Radery-es, Malcuity-es, Eisenbergy-es. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 13- 90 duly amended.
Roll call vote on the motion for passage of Ordinance No. y1e3s9,-0 as amended: Morrowy-es, Malcuity-es, Marshally-es, Hughes- Ormondy-es, Radery-es, Eisenbergy-es. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 13-90 as amended duly adopted.
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Village of Granville
August 1, 1990
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Ordinance No. 14-90, "An Ordinance Granting To National Gas And
Oil Corporation The Privilege To Maintain Its Present Property
And To Lay Pipe And Install And Construct Other Necessary
Equipment In And Under The Streets, Avenues, Alleys, And Public
Ways In The Village Of Granville, Ohio, For The Purpose Of
Conveying, Selling, And Supplying Natural Gas To Consumers
Thereof."
Councilmember Marshall moved for the adoption of Ordinance
No. 14-90. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Roll call
vote: Marshally-es, Hughesy-es, Ormondy-es, Malcuity-es, Raderyes,
Morrow- yes, Eisenberg- yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 14-90 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 15-90, " An Ordinance Fixing And Regulating The Price That May Be Charged By National Gas And Oil Corporation,
Its Successors Or Assigns, For Gas Service To The Village Of Granville, Ohio And To Its Inhabitants From And After The Effective Date Of This Ordinance."
Vice Mayor Morrow moved for the adoption of Ordinance No.
159-0. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote on the motion: Morrowy-es, Radery-es, Hughesy-es, Malcuity-es, Marshally-es, Ormondy-es, Eisenbergy-es. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 15-90 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 169- 0, 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." Councilmember Malcuit moved for the adoption of Ordinance
No. 16490. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Morrow.
Discussion: Manager Plunkett advised Village Council that the appropriation for the North Plum Street Reconstruction in the ordinance will need to be amended from $20,000 to $50,000. Mr. Plunkett explained the Village found deteriorated pavement: what' s proposed is to replace the existing storm sewer for 300 feet and add a catch basin, replace the pavement for twelve feet out from the curb using the Village' s road construction
standards, which will be seven inches of concrete, plus three inches of asphalt, one and half of a leveling course, and one and half of a finish course. Mayor Eisenberg asked if the Village could get an disaster funds for the reconstruction. Manager Plunkett said yes, but not really that much. The Village has applied for those disaster funds and the federal inspectors have been out to look at the road.
Councilmember Malcuit moved to amended Ordinance No. 169-0 by increasing the amount to be appropriated in Account No. Al-6- A2-50 Capital Outlay -North Plum Street Reconstruction to 50, 000, as recommended by the Village Manager. Motion seconded
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August 1, 1990
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by Councilmember Marshall. Roll call vote on the motion to amend
Ordinance No. 169-0: Malcuity-es, Marshally-es, Radery-es, Ormondy-es, Hughesy-es, Morrowy-es, Eisenbergy-es. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Amendment to Ordinance No. 16-90 duly passed.
Roll call vote on the motion to adopt Ordinance No. 16-90 as amended: Malcuity-es, Morrowy-es, Radery-es, Ormondy-es, Hughes- yes, Marshall- yes, Eisenberg- yes. Seven yes votes. Motion
carried. Ordinance No. 16-90 as amended duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 903- 1, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract For The Purchase Of A Used Sewer Jet-Vacuum Truck
For A Maximum Bid Price Of $60,000."
Councilmember Hughes introduced, read in its entirety, and moved for passage Resolution No. 903-1. Motion seconded by Councilmember Ormond. Discussion: a brief discussion was conducted on the cost of the sewer jet/ vacuum truck and the
tradei-n allowance for the old sewevra/ cuum truck. Motion carried. Resolution No. 90-31 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
August 3. 1990 -Granville Planning Commission -
August 8, 1990 -Special Council Meeting
Edward' s Catholic Church.
7:30 p.m.
7: 30 p.m. -St.
August 15. 1990 -Regular Council Meeting -7: 30 D.m.
August 16, 1990 -Granville Planning Commission -7: 30 p.m.
ADJOURNMENT
Vice Mayor Morrow moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 33 p.m..
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