Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes January 21, 1987

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1 REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JANUARY 21, 1987
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Garrett
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Also present: Barbara Jennings, Denison senior, majoring in
economics and this year' s J-Term student, working in the Village
offices; Tom Galitza, Village Water &Wastewater Director, and;
Byron Miesee, Service Department Director.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to excuse absentee member Avery.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
MINUTES
January 7, 1987 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember
Eisenberg moved that the minutes be approved as submitted.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Garrett. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Harvey Shapiro
Jennifer Robinson
Michelle Carlson, Advocate
Tom Galitza
Byron Miesse
Amy Bates
Paul Goudy
Amy Bates, former Advocate reporter who is now employed Licking by the Memorial Hospital, appeared this evening to introduce
to Council, Jennifer Robinson, a graduate from Indiana, now working on her Masters at Ohio State University in nursing. Ms. Robinson will be attending the next few Council meetings as a requirement in one of her classes in city government.
Harvey Shapiro, Attorney, and village resident, appeared this evening to reaffirm to Council that he is still interested in serving on the Development Commission and would like to be considered for the position which will be open, January 31, 1987. Mr. Shapiro reviewed his qualifications with Council and shared a few of his views and ideas he would like to bring to the Development Commission as a member.
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Paul Goudy, Curator, for the Avery-Hunter-Downer Museum, also
appeared this evening, to let Council know of his interest in
serving on the Development Commission. He too, presented his
qualifications and his interest in preserving the Village' s
historical and aesthetic character.
Council thanked both Mr. Shapiro and Mr. Goudy for attending the
meeting and for expressing an interest in serving. As in the
past, Council will go into executive session to discuss candidates
who have expressed an interest in serving on the Development
Commission and/or the Board" of Zoning and Building Appeals.
Mayor Gallant commented, that if a decision is reached by Council
in the executive session, members may vote on the appointments
this evening.
Mayor Gallant also mentioned, that the Village received letters
and/ or personal contacts from the following persons: Roger Roth,
791 Burg Street, expressed an interest in serving on the Board of
Zoning and Building Appeals; Stephen S. Davis, 448 West College
Street, and; William Stewart, 138 West Maple Street, both
volunteered to serve on either board. Letters received are
hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Granville Merchant' s Association -Paul Goudy, representing the
Granville Merchant' s Association, recapped a letter delivered to
Village Council, this date, requesting the $2,000 bed tax money,
which was appropriated for the printing of a pamphlet to promote
and attract visitors to Granville. Mr. Goudy said the merchant' s
have received a matching amount from the State of Ohio Department
of Development. Mr. Goudy announced that the pamphlet has been designed, and once printed, copies will be distributed to the
State Department, AAA, travel agencies, tour bus agencies,
realtors, etc..Mr. Goudy further mentioned that the Merchant' s
Association would like the village to set aside future bed monies tax for other projects: the merchants are hoping to work on parking solutions and better signage for the Village.
A brief discussion between members of Council, Manager Plunkett, and Mr. Goudy followed.
Mayor Gallant explained to Mr. Goudy that the Village
cannot give the Merchants the $2,000, but the village can, pay the bills up to $2, 000. 00, when received. A copy of the
Merchant' s Association' s letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of December 1986, was presented and reviewed. Mayor Gallant mentioned that court costs have
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increased from $5. 00 to $12. 00. Also, that there will probably be
less DUI transfers to Municipal Court, since Newark will no
longer be handling the diversion program (effective 1/1/87).
Following a brief discussion 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 December 1986, was presented.
Following review, Councilmember Garrett moved that the
Manager' s Report be accepted. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Rader. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached
as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor DaVison
commented that he would like to ask a question of Council
before they disband this committee. He explained, that prior to
the big Elm being cut down, cuttings were taken and nurtured by
Mrs. Denny. Since then, the cuttings have thrived and are healthy. The question is, what to do with them? One proposal to distribute these was healthy cuttings to those who contributed to the park. Or, he asked, "do they belong to the Village"?Following
a brief discussion, the consensus was, that the cuttings be distributed to the various garden clubs in the Village. Mr. Davison said he would forward this information to the Granville Improvement Board.
OLD BUSINESS
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 872- , "A Resolution To Disband The Opera House Park Improvement Committee"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 87-2. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Mayor Gallant suggested that the Manager write a letter to the Chairman, indicating to the membership that Council appreci- ates their efforts in the park' s improvements. Motion for passage carried. Resolution No. 87-2 duly passed.
Cinouthnecilmweaeivtiendg. the next two piecfs of legislation until later on
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January 21, 1987
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Proposed Five Year Capital Improvement Plan -Manager Plunkett
presented copies of a preliminary draft of the updated five year
capital improvement plan and commented, that the proposal is what
he and his department heads see as the basic and the best
proposal. He asked that they read over the material and make
comments and suggestions.
Tom Galitza, Water and Wastewater Director, and Byron
Miesse, Service Department Director, were present to discuss with
Council their proposed Capital Improvements Plan based on today' s
costs, and; what they feel is a pressing need. Mr. Galitza and
Mr. Miesse coordinated their plans, to provide the most efficient
plan and; effective use of funds. They each gave a brief preview
of their proposals and offered to answer any questions Council
may have.
It was decided at this time, that Council would like a
worksession strictly devoted to reviewing and discussing the
proposed capital improvements plans. A February 11, 1987, at 7: 30
p.m.,worksession meeting was scheduled at this· time for this
purpose. Council asked the Manager if he could get for that
meeting, a broad range of alternative financing methods to fund
the proposed capital improvements plan. It was also asked at this
time if the elevated water storage facility would be included in
the capital improvement proposal. Manager Plunkett said no that
it would need to be handled as a separate item. Mr. Plunkett
commented that Chuck Coghlan was scheduled to attend tonight' s
meeting. Unfortunately, he did not receive all the pricing
options he needed and rescheduled his presentation until the next
regular meeting.
1987 Council Priority List/Municipal Goals
The following items were established as ones that Council would
especially like to address in 1987:
February -Financing of Proposed Capital Improvements Plan.
March -Zoning Revisions.
National Energy Explorations, Inc.,Easement
Manager Plunkett asked Council if they had any concrete thoughts
on the granting of an easement to the National Energy Explorations,
Inc.,firm.
It was the consensus of Council that the Manager ask Mr.
Ikehorn to send them a proposal. Items they would like to be
included in that proposal are: the suggested price of $2. 00/rod,
a map, and; a legal description of the easement.
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January 23, 1987
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Kiwanis Annual Tree Tapping Request
Manager Plunkett asked if any of the members were opposed to
the Granville Kiwanis conducting their annual tree tapping?
Consensus of Council was, that they were not opposed to this
annual event.
Mayor Gallant mentioned at this time that Gail Klink, one of the
finalists in the "teacher in space program", asked if the Village
would fly the United States flag at half mast on January 28,
1987, and; that Villagers observe a 73 second period of silence
beginning 11: 38 a.m.,in honor of those lost in the Challenger
disaster.
Mayor Gallant asked the village Manager to see that the
flags were at half mast on this date, and; that the local newspapers
print this news item in their paper so Villagers might
observe this time of remembrance.
Howard Garrett mentioned that four members of Council will be
finished with their term come November, 1987. He suggested that
Council do what they could to get candidates who are interested
in serving to the meetings, so that those who are elected, will
be educated to the process prior to being sworn in.
Licking County Humane Society
Manager Plunkett brought to Councils attention, a letter in their
folders from Fanchion Lewis, .president of the Licking County
Humane Society. In her letter, Ms. Lewis has asked to be on the
February 4th Council agenda, at which time, she plans to ask
Council for an annual contribution.
During discussion, Mr. Garrett asked what were the Village' s
legal obligations? Response to Mr. Garrett was, $5. 00/month. Mr.
Plunkett said he believes that Ms. Lewis will be asking for
50. 00/month. Mr. Schnaidt asked for some numbers, like how does
the Village compare to Granville Township in needing and receiving
the Humane Society' s services?
Manager Plunkett said he would get those figures to Council
as soon as possible.
At this time, Councilmember Rader moved that Council go into
Executive Session to discuss candidates for vacancies on the
Development Commission and the Board of Zoning &Building
Appeals. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Time: 8: 36 p.m..
Councilmember Garrett moved that Council return to, regular
session. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Time 8: 54 p.m..
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Resolution No. 87-3, "A Resolution To Fill Vacancies On The
Development Commission", was introduced and read in its entirety
by Councilmember Eisenberg.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for passage of Resolution No.
87-3. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 87-3 duly passed. Harvey Shapiro was appointed
for a three-year term, Penny Sargent was reappointed as the
School Board' s representative for a one-year term, and Chris
Avery will serve as Council' s representative for a one-year term.
Mayor Gallant congratulated Mr. Shapiro on his appointment.
Resolution No. 87-4, "A Resolution To Fill Vacancies On The
Board Of Zoning &Building Appeals", was introduced and read in
its entirety by Councilmember Garrett.
Councilmember Garrett moved for passage of Resolution No.
87-4. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 87-4 duly passed. Barbara Martin was reappointed
for a three year term, and Roger Roth was appointed to fill the
unexpired term of Carolyn Blum.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
February / 2, 1987 -Regular Council Meeting 7: 30 P. M.
February 11, 1987 -Council Worksession -7: 30 P.M. Capital
Improvements Plan and reviewing financial options for funding.
With no further business to discuss, Vice Mayor Davison moved for adjournment. Motions seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned a't 8: 58 p.m..
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VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor's Court Monthly Report
December 1986 November 1986
MUN'1'It
Page 1 of 3 Pages.
December 1985
MIN't'11
FINANCIAL STATEMENT BR)N'iii.
tal Money collected for this month:
otal paid to State(RRF& GRF):
Total paid in refunds/overvayments:
Total paid to General Fund:
Balance of Bond Money remaining in Account:
PROCESSED CASES
TRAFFIC ClTATIONS
No Operators/Chauffers License:
Opn under Suspension/Revocation:
No Motorcycle Endorsement:
Restriction Violation:
lance of Bond Money from last month: 752.00 1638. 00 602.00
5805.00 4732. 50 3211. 10
1007. 00 734.00 520.00
4.00 1454. 00 0.00
4659.00 3430.50 2566.00
887.00 752. 00 727. 00
60 66 30
t'raffic Citations issued:
66 79 131
parking Tickets issued:
7 I 3 6
Criminal Complaints processed:
28 33 I 4
Excessive Speed/ Assured Clear Distance:
11 3 2
Disregard Traffic Control Device(Red Signal):
11 3 4
Disregard Traffic Control Device(Stop Sign):
0 1 0
Disregard Traffic Control Device(811 others):
0 3 0
ohiblted Right Turn on Red Signal:
4 4 0
VI (Alcohol/Drugs):
0 0 0
en Container/Liquor Consumption:
0 0 0
Opn Willful/Wanton disregard for Safety:
0 0 2
opn without Reasonable Control:
0 0 0
Fleeing a Police Officer:
Squealing Tires/feeling/Cracking Exhaust: 0 0 0
Permitting/or Riding/Hanging outside vehicle: 0 0 0
2 5 0
U-Turn (Opposite direction/enter parking place:
Failure to Yield:
0 0 0
2 3 0
Equipment Violation:
0 0 0
Pedestrian Violation:
0 0 0
1 0 0
0 1 0
0 0 0
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December 1986 November 1986 December 1985
TRAFFIC CITATIONS(con't) MONTH MON'1'11 MONTH
rotal Juvenile Cases referred to LCJC:
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS
ffenses against Persons(537):
Disorderly Conduct(509):
lesisting Arrest(525.09):
Usturbing the Peace(509):.
rug Abuse Control(513):
operty Offenses(541):
ft/Fraud(545):
1th,Safety, Sanitation(521):
Jbscenity/Sex Offenses(533):
iambling Offenses(517):
Animal Offenses(505):
6 6 4
rallure to File Annual Registration:
isplay of Illegal Plates: 0 0 0
1 other Plate/Registration Violations: 0 0 0
proper Lane Usage: 3 0 0
ailure to stop after accident on public street: 1 0 1
Failure to stop for school bus unloading or loadingi 1 3 1
Unlawful removal of vehicle from impound lot: 0 0
5 5 0
1 0
2 1 0
0 1
0 3 0
0 0 0
2 5 0
0 0 5
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
Weapons/Explosives(549): 0 0 0
Liquor Control(529): 3 0
Weeds(551): 0 0 0
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December 1986 November 1986
MONTH MON'1:11 MON'11 1
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00
8RKING TICKETS
VLulation#1-Double Parking:
atiaotinon##32--FPairrekinHgydFraancitngPaWrkroinngg Direction:
Violation#4-Parking in No Parking Zone:
Violation#5-Parking on Crosswalk:
Violation#6-Overtime Parking:
Violation#7-Parking 20' of Intersection:
Violation#8-Blocking Driveway:
Violation#9-Parking on Lawn(Sidewalk/Curb):
Violation#10-Parked too far from Curb:
SUPPLEMENTAL NOTES
Page 3 of 3 Pages
1
0 0
9 I 7
40, 23
1 1
2 9
3 9
3 2
1 0
0 4
Violation#11-Parked on Sidewalk: 2 2
Violation#12-Parked over Diagonal lines: 3 3
Violation#13-Parked Opposite Excavation: 0 0
12 Ilour Ordinance: 1 8
Handicap Parking: 1 1
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 (MG)
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Note:
MG)
MGD)
Dec. 1986
25.828
0.833
5
16.023
0.517
0.040
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
13
5
6
10
Nov. 1986
28.164
0. 939
0
12. 559
0.419
0.090
11
60
20
10
Dec. 1985
27.824
0. 889
1
13. 365
0.445
0-
2
0
5
16
DATE PRINTED 01-02-87
TOT.
AVG.
MAX.
MIN.
DATE
DECEMBER
1986
0l
02
03
04
03
06
07
08
09
10
11
I2
i3
i4
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
2B
29
30
31
WTP
PLANT TAP
FLOWM-GO
1 MGD I
50050
0.830
0.916
0.948
0.926
0.938
0.941
0.931
0.947
0.887
0.893
0.878
0.943
0.904
0.696
0.93!
0.885
0.892
0.859
0.813
0.741
0.765
0.734
0.723
0.718
0.678
0.721
0.709
0.709
0.727
0.721
0.722
25.828
0.833
0.948
0.678
OCTC MGD PERCENT OF
FLONM-GO TOTAL FLOW
1 MeD 1 1 MGD )
50050 P50050
0.253
0.241
0.269
0.252
0.254
0.241
0.246
0.255
0.259
0.246
0.235
0.280
0.280
0.240
0.260
0.250
0.230
0.240
0.240
0.220
0.220
0.200
0.210
0.200
0.190
0.200
0.190
0.200
0.210
0.190
0.220
7.221
0.233
0.280
0.190
30.48
26.31
28.38
27.21
27.08
25.61
26.42
26.93
29.20
27.49
26.77
29.69
30.97
26.79
27.93
28.25
25.78
27.94
29.52
29.69
28.76
27.23
29.03
27.86
28.02
27.74
26.BO
28.21
28.89
26.35
30.47
867.82
27.99
30.97
25.61
GRANVILLE WATER CONSUMPTION
GRANVILLE DEPT. OF UTILITIES
DECEMBER 1986
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DATE PRINTED 01-02- 87
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DATE PRINTED 01-02- 87
OCTC FLOW- MGD
T 0
S
10
5 10
WTP
66
4
FLOW- MGD
15 20
DEC
Ai.J' 31
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1 1 1 1
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street
Maintenance
Cola4)M-' ixT-ons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Top
Cleaned)
Inlets Cleaned
Inside)
Storm Lines
Cleaned (Jet
Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
Adjusted or
Rebuilt
Grass Mowed
Acres)
Brush Picked Up
and Chipped
Loads)
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water
Gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop &Offices
Cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb and
Guard Rail
painting
Other Projects -
See attachment
Call out
ZONING
December 1986 November 1986 December 1985
Amount Man ours Amount Man ours Amount Man ours
5,500
108
9
16
93
2
Building Permits 1-Office2-(unit) Remodeling Permits 1
Sidewalk Permits O
Demolition Permits 0
Sign Permits 1 (Tpmp)
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
646
1-Garao
iT Ri; aj858 9
45 000
Vehicle Maintenance - 160 Manhours
Welfare-6 people -167 Manhours
3-Water leaks dug up for water department
38
104
10
26
29. 5
2 3
2 4
3 35 5
32
72 23 64 24 40
53 85
11 99 3 16
17 275 58 8
28
4 1 4 11 65
2 11 86
0
0
1 0
0 0
OTHER PROJECTS FOR DECEMBER 1986
Remove leaf boxes and install snow plow frames and salt tank
Construct area for sand to be stored inside of shop
Haul out scrap iron from lower building
Remodel work in Tax office at Village. Hall to allow room for Computer
Construct and install iron gate for South Pearl St. dead end
Gravel back section of road on Mt. Parnassus
Place and compact fill dirt in Wildwood Dr. road ditch and behind catch
basins at E. Broadway and N. Pearl and W. Broadway and N. Mulberry
Paint street name signs
108 Manhours
VEIfICLE MILEAGE,
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
00M' onthtM, anagAe *,R' epo1/t. *0 i
lAUd/' - Celphritv
1983 Impala
1 Fe#Uccej
FUEL UTILIZED: 346. 1 Galod .
49137
1 (Idome.teA# ,
66598
lUdometeA;
Month: nErRMRHD 1985
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pdhkug l,lckeli
Thaddic Citatio,16
T4114 4 LC Stop*
1*a6 dic 14Aection
Veltlete Chectu
flotue Check,6
5118 vielou,8 PeA.80,18
EmeAR. 0 FO. te l/888£8£
0;theA Vevt• ABs8£48
Impound8 0 10#14£#
Foot Vathoth
Un8 ecured Bultdinqj
Mctot/i8.C 8*81-88.(
Patwt TtmellfouA,8 | I
3175
IMitul
602
1 MiCe,8 I
liont|L' DECEMBER 1986 Month, NOVEMBER 1986
ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
0 11cket8, 1 l'atking licke,( 8 131
1,1Kl'e.Citationd Tha4 l#e CitationS
30
Traddic S.top8
26
1*adSLe illbecklon 104
Vehlete Chectu 17 ;
flouie chec/ 18 1313.,
7
I 8
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES COMPLANT ACTIVITIES COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Injubg Accidentd 0 1%lux#Ace£dents initVIV Accident,8
NonI-njuky Accldent8 4 NonI-niuA,/Acciden8,( Non-Initut.q Accide,118
Inveatiqutione: lili Invu.Undtional Inveatigation4 1
Comptain8.( 200 Comptainta Comptal,10
20 0 Adens8 / Obbe,ue,8
i/il NUU* h t 19) AUU£81 (9)
recong f cecil!/
7 M8(demeanck 818£demecutor
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lili Chaq*u Uted: 1(9) ChV, [gea LUed: 9( )
1 Fetony FeCO,11/
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AININISt RATIVE ACTIVITIES
Ad1#01S. p/ ectal Vetatid
SCAUCCU I
Maic
Hand VeUve/ted Matt
funeA.at Edco8#(
Bank Ed coA8.(
hief of
ch;lei 06 PO Ci,iCe 44
66 7Q
60· 66
5I 43
Tkad dic Stopa
Tka &4, c Vikection 89 114
Vehicle Chech,8 72 68
flou e Checks 1080 724
I 3
Su,8pletou,8 re,uon,6 S ( 18vidotu re*80,18
Ente44. 6 FA.e( AadiSil I 2 Eme44• 0 FLAe A888£15 I 0
7
12
0,fi(e4 Vevt. A888,I(C8 10 Oiliek Veut. A84488£ 5
4
1111potuidd 0 ToWitq 2 Impound8 0 lowing
163 220
Foot patiou 174 Toot ratlot-6
Uluecuked Bu,Udi,1,18 77 Un8ecuked Buttdknoa 24 23
Aloto.418t A881.818 34 Mokoh1, 8£A886£8* . 52 5I
356 ,
t'attot limelltoUM 1 37* PdAot 14me{Ifouu 1 . 357
2
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188 97
23 I 6
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AUN/ A: (13) llll 111,
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AVMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES AVMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
AdminS. /veclat VetC.O* 494 485 AdminS.p/eelat Vea.(U.8 467
Se* vieu , lili lilli Service,8 1 lili.
81(tiC 15 I 8 Matt 33'
Ilcutd veUveked Matt 26 36. ,, fand Viaveked Malt 26
2 ftutehaC EA co,48.(
4 funehat i?&cok<8
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STATE
DEPARTMENT
DIVISION
CITY GRANVILLE
ACCOUNT
FUND-DESCRIPTION---
A 1 GENERAL
D 1 STRACT
B 2 HIGHWAY
B 7 REVENUE SHARING
D 0 0 rCRMICCIVC TAX
X
2· C 1 DEBT SERVICE
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
BALANCE
AT BEGINNING
Z c 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND
C 3 CCWCR RCrLACCMCNT L IMrnOVCMENT
r'
E 1 WATER
E 2 SEWER
Cl WATCR CArITAL IMrROVCMENT
3 E92 SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE
at
C =IIILINCncol Cccnow
7 H 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
1 1 1 11 CRAND TOTALS-****
88,331.59
10,099.44
204.81
18,383.73
00-
22,696.63
3,697.93
12,034.47
43,914.53
REPORT NO.
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DATE
MONTH OF
RECEIPTS
21,289.69
3,930.98
318.73
00
00
8,935.40
16.36
2,340.48 -
15,670.43
14,685.18 13,284.86
25,004.41 00
8,536.65 00
127,343.64 00
6,2371, 7456-.07 --
16,221.32 00
398,191.52 *-66,243.00 -
R 13
OPER 0
12/ 31/86
DECEMBER
BALANCE
DISBURSED AT MONTH END
40,448.60
2,851.34
198.10
570.10
00
1,080.00
00
00
17,246.28
14,629.56
159.00
00
00
00
00
69,172.68
11,179.08
325.44
17,813.63
00 -
30,552.03
3,714.29
14,374.97
42,338.68
13,340.48
25,645.41
8,536.65
127,343.64
6,693.24
16,221.32
77,182.98 • 387,251.54 •-
ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
9,636.00
1,323.50
00
750.00
00-
00
00
00
4,328.38
464.57
1,600.00
2,115.00
00
00
00
59,536.68
9,855.58
325.44
17,063.63
00 -- -
30,552.03
3,714.29 -)
14,374.
38,010.30
12,875.91 )
24,045.
6,421.65
127,343.64
6,693.
16,221.32
20,217.45 * 367,034.09 *-
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January 19, 1987
Clerk of Council
Granville Village
118 South Main Street
Granville, OH 43023
ROGER W. ROTH
791 Burg Street
Granville,Ohio 43023
I hereby submit my notification of interest in
serving on the Granville Village Board of Zoning
and Building Appeals.
I originally moved to Granville in 1959, and,with
the exception of an eleven year absence on company
business, I have lived here since that time. I
have built two houses jin the Village and one in
Granville township. My wife and I intend to remain
in. Granville in our retirement.
My background is:
Education:
Service:
Employment:
Community:
Personal:
Sierely,A
RogerRoth
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1952
U.S. Army Ordnance Corps, 1953-55
Owens-Corning Fiberglas, 1955-83
Positions: Plant Manager,
Division Vice President
Vice President, Research &Devl.
Rotary International
United Way; 1987 Campaign Chairman
Centenary Methodist Church
OSU Newark Campus Development Trustee
Married, Five grown children
SHP>IR[O
LEGAL CENTER
January 19, 1987
Granville Council
Town Hall
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Council Members:
41 South Third Street
Newark,Ohio 43055
614)345-3411
This letter is to notify you of my desire to serve as a member of
the Development Commission of the Village. I have in the past applied
for this position and have maintained with my interest and enthusiasm
for the Development Commission and the work that it does in the
Village.
Following is a brief outline of some of the activities which I
have been involved in and which, I believe, have afforded me
opportunities and experience that would be beneficial to the
Commission:
Solicitor (Village Attorney) to Pataskala and Kirkersville, Ohio
Former Solicitor to Hanover and Alexandria, Ohio
Prosecuting Attorney, City of Heath, Ohio -1976 to Present
Member: - Old Towne West Society, Historic District, Newark, Ohio
TownF-ranklin Association, Historic District,
Columbus, Ohio
Archeology and TAndmarks Society
Resident and Elector of Granville, Ohio
I appreciate your consideration of my application and look forward
to serving the Village.
il**Shapirop------------
329 East College Street
Harvey
Granville, Ohio 43023
HHSb/g
'.
PAUL
221 Eas
P. 0.
Granville,
Telephone:
Catherine M. Miller,
Clerk of Council
Granville Village Council
118 South Main Street
P. 0. Box 514
Granville, Ohio 43023-0514
A. GOUDY
t Broadway
Box 183
Ohio 43023
614 587 0430
January 20, 1987
Dear Catherine,
I am interested in serving on the Granville Development
Commission. Attached to this letter is a brief resume of my
professional experience and training.
I am interested in serving on the Development Commission
because I have a desire to serve the Village in some meaningful
way as all responsible citizens should from time to time. I am
interested in serving the Village on the Development Commission
because my professional training and experience often overlaps
with those issues and areas dealt with by the Commission. I
believe my training and experience is relevant and useful and
that I could employ my skills to the betterment of the Village.
I have
some time
Commission
been intereste
now and fe
is an area
an
to
time to attend meetings
I would be happy
Council may have.
d in some form of community service for
el that service on the Development
where I can be most useful. I have the
d the support of my employers.
answer any questions that members of
Cordially yours,
143 *
Pau]21 A. ioud
Graduate:
Graduate:
Graduate:
Attended:
Admitted:
Certificate:
Certificate:
Attended:
Attended:
Attended:
Certificate:
BRIEF RESUME
PAUL A. GOUDY
P.O. Box 183
Granville, Ohio 43023
614) 587 0430
EDUCATION
Tuscarawas Valley High School-Zoarville, Ohio
1969
The George Washington University-Washington, D. C.
B. A. in American Thought and Civilization. 1973
The University of London- London, England
M. A. in Early American History. 1975
Studied at for degree requirements:
a) The Institute of United States Studies
b) Kings College London
c) University College London
d) The London School of Economics and Political
Science
The Royal Institute of British Architects course
on Andrea Palladio , 1975
As a Fellow to the Institute for Advanced
Historical Research at the Senate House-London,
1974-1975
National Trust for Historic Preservation,
Community Preservation Workshop , 1980,
a workshop in development planning, local
preservation techniques for fund raising,
tax laws, working with community groups and
management policies.
National Trust for Historic Preservation,
Historic Preservation Maintenance Workshop ,
1978, a workshop in planning preservation
maintenance and in the technical aspects of
preservation.
The Ohio Museums Association, Annual Meeting
Seminar on Museums and The Public , 1978, a
workshop covering public and corporate sectors,
publications design and production, exhibit
design and management.
The Ohio Museums Association, seminar in 1979 on
Museums and Their Visitors .
Editing and Publications Seminar at the
University of Pennsylvania, held at the Western
Pennsylvania Historical Society, 1979.
The American Society of Archivists, a workshop
on Basic Archives , 1980.
form 1/87
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Tour Guide:
Exhibition-
Guide
Administrator/
Coordinator:
Director:
Director:
Lecturer:
Executive Director
Secretary/
Treasurer
Board Member:
Board Member:
President:
Treasurer:
Trustee:
Trustee:
Trustee:
The Warthur Museum, Dover, Ohio 1969
United States Embassy: London,, Guide for
a Bicentennial Exhibition at the
British Museum, 1975
The Tuscarawas County American
Revolution Bicentennial Commission,
1976-1977.
The Tuscarawas County Historical Society,
1977-1980
The Tuscarawas County Historic Buildings
Survey 1976-1980
Kent State University Dept. of Continuing
Education, 1979
The Robbins Hunter Museum, 1981 to date.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
The Ohio Association of Historical
Societies and Museums, 1979-1981.
The Ohio Preservation Alliance 1984 to
1986.
Licking County Convention and Visitors
Bureau 1984 to date
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Arts Council Tuscarawas, 1976-1979.
Arts Council Tuscarawas, 1979-1980.
The Ohio Baseball Hall of Fame &
The Cy Young Museum, 1977-1980.
Tuscarawas County Chapter of the
American Red Cross, 1977-1978.
The Tuscarawas County Chapter of
Big Brothers/Big Sisters, 1979-1980.
PUBLICATIONS
Book: Zoar Furniture 1817-1898 in association
with Tricia and Gi Snyder 1979
Broadside History: The Silver Ribbon: A History of the Ohio
and Erie Canal in the Tuscarawas Valley
of Ohio , The Times- Reporter 1977 Book Reviews: Two reviews published in the Journal of
The Western Pennsylvania Historical Society
A) July 1977: Fort Laurens, 1778-79 by
Pieper and Gidney
B) July 1979: Fort Laurens, The
A.4 - M
Co-Author of:
Editor:
Author:
Archaeological Record by R. M. Gramley
In association with J. D. Brown)
A Teaching Unit on The History of
Tuscarawas County for the Schools
published by the Tuscarawas County Board of
Education.
The Directory of Museums, Historical
Societies and Associated Organizations
in Ohio, 17th Edition : 1981.
Published by the Ohio Association of
Historical Societies and Museums.
For the WTOF radio network (10 stations)
100 radio scripts on Our Ohio Heritage
for the Bicentennial.
Blue Cross
of Central Ohio
January 21, 1987
VA.
Clerk of Council
Granville Village Office
118 S. Main Street
P.O. Box 514
Granville, Ohio 43023
Gentlemen:
P.O. Box 16526
Columbus, Ohio 43216
I am interested in serving our community on either the
Development Commission or the Board of Zoning and Building
Appeals.
Stephen S. Davis
448 W. College Street
Granville Resident: 9/76-Present
Education: Bowling Green, Ohio State -B.S. Business
Business Experience:
Developed and set up the formation of two
successful life insurance companies.
Directed the operations and sales effort
estimated annual income of $12,000,000.
Director of Sales at Blue Cross currently.
Directing the Sales and Marketing throughout Ohio
with offices in Columbus, Newark, Athens, Marion,
Chillicothe, Cincinnati and Canton, Ohio.
Charged with training, budgeting, promotion and reporting of all sales activities.
I have lived in Granville for over 10 years and believe contribute I can a great deal to the community using both my education and business experience.
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Stephen S. Davis
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GRANVILLE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
January 21, 1987
GRANVILLE, OHIO 43023
Village Council
118 South Main
Granville, Ohio 43023
Attention: Mayor Thomas Gallant
Dear Tom,
The Granville Merchant Association would like to request
the $2, 000.00 bed tax money that was appropriated for the
printing of a pamphlet promoting Granville,
The $2, 000.00 grant from the Ohio Department of Development
has been received.
If you have any questions regarding this, Paul Goudy is
our representative and can answer your questions.
Sinc1r1r e .4ly MX1[h1\ u1rsJ,__--
C-3»4E.-L A-Y'f' W/ eot# j
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Gib Blackstone
President
Granville Merchants Association
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716{ UCKIA9O U(NIY 11A{iWE SOCIfly
7.0. BOX 933
NWA(RK,OHIO 43055
Mr. Douglas Plunkett, Manager
Village of Granville
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
The Humane Society in Licking County is a non- profit organization dedicated
to the enforcement of laws for the prevention of cruelty, especially to
children and animals. " O (hio Revised Code, Section 1717.02)
The Society must rely on bequests, gifts and membership dues primarily to
support its activities for the benefit of the citizens of this County, its
villages, townships and cities. Income from other sources is $1300 we recieve
annually from the County Commissioners,3 $00 of this as required by
Section 1717.07 of the Revised Code, and the remaining $1000 to be used for
gasoline and maintenance of the discarded cruiser which they furnish us from
the Sheriff' s Department. The Village of Johnstown pays us 850 per month,
not only to care for the injured, neglected or abused animals, but also to
pick up strays in that area. Stray animals are really the resoonsibility of
the County Dog Wardens, but they work a 40- hour week and are not alway available
especially on weekends, at night and on holidays. The Humane Agent is on call
24 hours a day. The ·City of Newark pays us $20 per month, the minimum under
the Code, for calls made in that city. They have a Dog 1Varden, but here again,
he works a 40- hour week and is not available at all times.
The enclosed breakdown will show you the calls that are made by the Humane Agent.
You will note that Granville leads the list after Newark. Ve feel that there
should be some contribution from the village for this service as provided in
Section 1717.07 of the Revised Code.
Prior to 1984 the salary of the Humane Agent and the maintenance of a vehicle
were paid for by the County, but since then we have had to assume this expense.
If the County is to have a Humane Agent we must get help from the areas served
or, most regretfully, we shall have to discontinue aiding the citizens of these
communities. That means that injured, neglected and abused animals will be allowed
to suffer and eventually die and that no investigation will be made of
such conditions regarding animals or children.
Enclosed is a summary of the Treasurer's Report for January 1 through November
18, 1986. You can readily see that this drain on our capital resources cannot
continue without facing bankruptcy. The income from the Animal Shelter with the
income from investment of capital will enable us to operate, but we cannot carry
the entire cost of the Humane Agent as well.
I think that it is an accepted fact that the Humane Society and a Humane Agent
furnish a much-needed service to the people of the County, but in order to continue
this service we need the support of the villages, townships and .the cities
of the entire County.
Fanchion R. Lewis, President
Licking County Humane Socie ty
January 19, 1987
NOTES:
AREA 1985
NEWARK
GRANVILLE
HEATH
BUCKEYE LAKE- HEBRON
PASTASKALA
JOHNSTOWN
ST. LOUISVILLE
HANOVER
MARNE
UTICA
ALEXANDRIA
GRATIOT
KIRKERSVILLE
OTHER L. C.
267
97
47
46
46
34
23
10
18
7
3
TOTAL 634
Ten months of 1986
1986*
229
91
68
55
50
20
21
29
7
3
4
3
16
596
1. Approximately 80%of calls concern abused or neglected
animals. Most of these complaints are from private citizens.
Usually the Humane Agent gives 24-72 hours for the correction
to be made. Follow- up is sometimes necessary but only a
small number require legal action.
2. The other 20%of calls include Injuries, abandoned pets,
etc.
3. It should also be noted that the Humane Agent takes some
calls for the Dog Wardens when they' are unavailable to
respond to calls.
HUMANE AGENT CALLS IN LICKING COUNTY
36
UMANE SOCIETY OF LICKING COUNTY
SUMMARY OF TREASURER' S REPORTS1 -9-86
ITEM 01/01 02/19 03/19 04/16 05/21 07/16 09/17 10/21
RECEIPTS
MEMBERSHIP
DOG RECEIPTS
CAT RECEIPTS
MCMT
DONATIONS
ANIMAL FOOD DONATION
T-SHIRTS
UNITED WAY
COMMISSIONER' S ANNUAL FEE
RUMMAGE SALES
TRUSTS
INTEREST
MISCELLANEOUS
TALS
EXPENSES
HUMANE AGENT
SHELTER VORKERS
FED. &STATE TAXES (WH)
HUMANE AGENT GAS
HUMANE AGENT CAR REPAIR
HUMANE AGENT UNIFORMS
HUMANE AGENT MISCELLANEOUS
ANIMAL FOOD
SHELTER SUPPLIES
SHELTER MAINTENANCE
OHIO POWER
TELEPHONE
VETERINARIANS
INSURANCE
ADVERTISING
PETTY CASH
T-SHIRTS
ISCELLANEOUS
OTALS
BUILDING ADDITION
GRAND TOTALS
550. 00 55. 00
745. 00 345. 00
460. 00 40. 00
141. 30 124. 48
170. 00 55. 00
0. 00 35. 62
30. 00 207. 00
0. 00 114. 21
0. 00 0. 00
0. 00 0. 00
0. 00 0. 00
0. 00 0. 00
49. 15 13. 00
28. 00
615. 00
120. 00
126. 59
518. 00
0. 00
5. 00
46. 80
1000. 00
0. 00
74. 49
140.06
10.00
0. 00 10. 00
460. 00 860. 00
40. 00 210. 00
125.04 239. 79
1005. 00 275.00
29. 68 14. 84
0.00 86. 50
0. 00 0. 00
0. 00 0. 00
0.00 336. 40
0. 00 0. 00
150. 77 135. 86
85. 00 0.00
25. 00 10. 00
415. 00 120. 00
240. 00 20. 00
235. 01 98. 01
90. 00 1039. 00
161. 00 38. 00
131. 75 5. 25
0. 00 0. 00
0. 00 0. 00
151. 20 0. 00
0. 00 145.36
465. 59 202. 80
48. 84 0. 00
10. 00
360. 00
0. 00
108. 41
65. 00
42. 00
130. 75
0. 00
0. 00
0. 00
0. 00
200. 60
0. 00
2145. 45 989. 31 2683. 94 1895. 49 2168. 39 1963. 39 1678. 42 916. 76
1596. 34
1570. 97
0. 00
400. 00
167. 44
0. 00
0. 00
381. 16
52. 76
30. 00
191. 90
124. 26
571. 50
336. 00
37. 26
133. 49
0. 00
68. 52
642. 24
670. 60
0. 00
200. 00
0. 00
94. 50
0. 00
42. 10
22. 85
500. 00
0. 00
46. 93
642. 24
693. 15
0.00
200. 00
0. 00
0. 00
0.00
87. 98
54. 00
615.00
110. 91
113. 84
634. 00 242. 00
0. 00
0.00
84. 60
0. 00
0. 00
0. 00
0. 00
147. 30
0. 00
76. 00
642. 24
714. 90
0. 00
400. 00
0. 00
0. 00
0. 00
86.39
37. 40
0. 00
49. 54
193. 82
1284. 48
1358. 49
0. 00
500. 00
0. 00
0. 00
156. 74
191. 72
57. 60
0. 00
82. 94
164. 25
518.00 1972. 50
0. 00
0. 00
116. 34
0. 00
0.00
0. 00
0. 00
71. 55
0. 00
0. 00
1926. 72
1898. 73
127. 92
700. 00
320.08
0. 00
0.00
152. 92
152. 90
0. 00
72. 96
148. 41
642. 24
703. 16
0. 00
200. 00
0. 00
0. 00
0.00
256.95
144. 21
80. 00
76. 95
116.54
654. 50 1593. 50
0. 00
50. 00
166.90
547.60
0.00
336. 00
0. 00
44. 69
0. 00
0. 00
642. 24
687. 02
1116. 74
300. 00
0. 00
0.00
0. 00
102. 65
42. 28
30. 00
65. 49
78. 97
445. 00
5661. 60 2937. 82 2982. 42 2758. 63 5840. 27 6919. 64 4194. 24 3643. 02
0. 00
0. 00
43. 94
0. 00
88. 69
6000. 00 8000. 00 0.00 0. 00 0.00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00
11661. 60 10937. 82 2982.42 2758. 63 5840. 27 6919. 64 4194. 24 3643. 02
11/19 12/16 TOTAL
688. 00
3920. 00
1130. 00
1198. 63
3217. 00
321. 14
596. 25
161. 01
1000. 00
487. 60
219. 85
1295. 68
205. 99
14441. 15
8018. 74
8297. 02
1244. 66
2900. 00
487. 52
94. 50
156. 74
1301. 87
564. 00
1255. 00
650. 69
987. 02
6631. 00
672. 00
87. 26
808. 81
547. 60
233. 21
34937. 64
14000. 00
48937. 64
HUMANE SOCIETY OF LICKING COUNTY
SUMMARY OF TREASURER' S REPORTS
Jan 1 through Nov 18)
ITEM
RECEIPTS
MEMBERSHIP
DOG RECEIPTS
CAT RECEIPTS
MCMT
DONATIONS
ANIMAL FOOD DONATION
T-SHIRTS
UNITED WAY
COMMISSIONER'S ANNUAL FEE
RUMMAGE SALES
TRUSTS
INTEREST
MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL
EXPENSES
HUMANE AGENT
SHELTER WORKERS
FED. &STATE TAXES (WH)
HUMANE AGENT GAS
HUMANE AGENT CAR REPAIR
HUMANE AGENT UNIFORMS
HUMANE AGENT MISCELLANEOUS
ANIMAL FOOD
SHELTER SUPPLIES
SHELTER MAINTENANCE
OHIO POWER
TELEPHONE
VETERINARIANS
INSURANCE
ADVERTISING
PETTY CASH
T-SHIRTS
MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL
BUILDING ADDITION
GRAND TOTAL
1986
AMOUNT
688. 00
3920. 00
1130. 00
1198. 63
3217. 00
321. 14
596. 25
161. 01
1000. 00
487. 60
219. 85
1295. 68
205. 99
14441. 15
8018. 74
8297. 02
1244. 66
2900. 00
487. 52 -
94. 50
156. 74
1301. 87
564. 00
1255. 00
650. 69
987. 02
6631. 00
672. 00,
87. 26
808. 81
547. 60
233. 21
34937. 64
14000. 00
48937. 64

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