Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes January 7, 1987

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JANUARY 7, 1987
CALL TO ORDER
Vice Mayor Davison called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call weke:
Councilmember Garrett
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember
Vice Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Eisenberg
Davison
Drake
Plunkett
Also present, ing in economiwcsas. Barbara Jennings, a senior at Denison, major- the Village Ms. Jennings is the J-Term student selected by working Manager to work in the Village' s offices. She will be with the Manager and his staff the month of January.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to excuse Mayor Gallant. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
MINUTES
December 17, 1986 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember sGeacorrnedtetdmoved that the minutes be approved as written. Motion by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Pat Thomas
Fred Ikehorn, National Energy Explorations, Inc.
VreicpeorMtearyor Davison recognized Michelle Carlson, Newark Advocate who will be covering the Village.
Pat Thomas,r.epresenting a group of parents helping with the raising of funds for students going· to Colorado Springs for othfe Chamber of singers appeared this evening to invited members Council, Manager Plunkett, Law Director Drake, and Clerk of GCoraunnvciilll,eCatherine Miller, to participate in the singing at the The singersHigwhilSl chool' s little theatre Friday, January 30, 1987. the varsity baskeptebrafollrm that Friday, at 6:00 p.m.,just before singing until Saturday mgaomrnei,ngthen after the game, and continue to Colorado Springs will need $5a0t0 6i:n00thae.mir ..Each student going from the fund raiser will be put in a pot andacdciovuidnet.dProceeds for each student account.
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Village of Granville
January 7, 1987
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Ms. Thomas ask those who could participate to please let in the program her know.
Fred Ikehorn, President, of the National Energy Explorations,
Inc.,appeared this evening to explain why his company is in need of a right-of-way from the Village. A copy of Mr. Ikehorn' s letter explaining the situation is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Following a lengthy discussion, the consensus of Council Mwar.s,Ikthehaot rnth.ey would look into the matter and get in touch with
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Dfiervsetlopment Commission -Councilmember Avery announced that the meeting of the year for the Development Commission is scheduled for Thursday, January 8. Mr. Avery said there will be one appointed open to the Development Commission on the 31st. He said he would be willing to serve another year on the Commission asservCeouanncoitlh' es r representative, and Penny Sargent is willing to year as the School Board' s representative. It was also mentioned that a position was open with the eBoliagrdibloef Zoning &Building Appeals, since Mrs. Blum. is no longer to serve.
Following a brief discussion, consensus of members was that the Village would run an ad in the two local papers that Council misenst eteokinthgesneambesoaordf sa.ny qualified citizens for possible appoint-
OLD BUSINESS
Village Law Director, Robert N. Drake, reminded Council that btheedperaolptosweidth revisions for the current Zoning Ordinance, should soon.
Vice Mayor Davison asked what the status was on the water storage tanks. Manager Plunkett responded and stated that Chuck Coghlan, C. F. Bird &R. J. Bull, Ltd.,is planning on attending the January 21st meeting, and will give a status report then. NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 871- , "A Resolution To State Village Policy Regarding Services To Be Provided In Territory Proposed For Aennntierxeatytion Upon Annexation, was introduced and read in its by Councilmember Garrett.
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January 7, 1987
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Councilmember Garrett moved for passage of Resolution No.
87-1. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 87-1 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS None
ADJOURNMENT -Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment. Motion
seconded by Avery. Motion carried.·
Meeting adjournment at 8: 01 p.m.
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December 31, 1986
Mr. Douglas E. Plunkett
Village of Granville
Granville, Ohio
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
National Energy Explorations is requesting a right
of way for a gas line from the Village of Granville.
Enclosed is a map showing the proposed right of way.
6f10 7633-309
Columbia Gas of Ohio has a great interest in purchasing
locally produced gas for the Granville area. At the
present time, most of the gas furnished to the Granville
area comes from the Columbia Transmission line.
With local oil and gas exploration and production
being cut back drastically due to the present Mid-East
situation, it would certainly be to your advantage to have
a local producer. Having the extra volume of gas could
help avoid future shortages.
Enclosed also is a copy of an article from the Ohio
Oil and Gas Association Bulletin calling attention to future
production shortages. Most experts in the field of oil and
gas are predicting shortages and much higher prices in the
near future.
I will attend the next Council Meeting and will be
glad to answer any questions you, or members of the Council,
may have.
FI/bg
Enclosures
Very truly yours,
NATIONAL E ERGY EXPLORATIONS, INC. kNUVL
Fred Ikehorn
c President '
D. ECEMBEE; 1986 --OH 0 OIL &GAS ASSOCIAIION PAGE 7
il Demand Increase Likely to
In Price Crisis by 1991, Report Says
aQIL PRICES stay in the range
to $17 a barrel for the next
iyears,the world can expect
roil price crisis within four
weroil price could bring on tcrisis as early as 1989, but it
could materialize even ifoil prices
average $20 from now through
1990. Oil industry production capability
in North America has been
badly damaged.
That is the major conclusion of a
special forecast of world oil and
energy markets from Chase Econoinetrics,
entitled " The Next Oil
Shock:A Planning Guide for World
Energy Markets,1986-2000."
The forecasting report was
directed by Dr.Scott T.Jones,vice
president of Energy Economics at
the Bala Cynwyd, Pa.,forecasting
firm, a subsidiary of The Chase
Manhattan Bank.
Thanks to the recent collapse of
oil prices, world demand for petroleum
and petroleum products
has resumed its upward march,"
said Jones.I f"oil prices stay in the
12 to $15 range, world demand ing shul Inh.e, non-P(E)C producwill
rise as it did in lhe 19605, and tion outlook is leading toward
even ifoil prices average2 $0 a bar- another 1979 style oil crisis. Torel,
demand will grow near a heal- day's oil field economics dictate
thy 2.0 percent per year through that major additions to production
the early 19905" will not occur until after a crisis
The new upsurge in petroleum has dramatically increased oil
demand is most obvious in the Un- prices again "
ited States,s"aid Jones,w "here Jones said forecasts developed
lower gasoline and heating oil by the gwup indicate that the first
prices have already relaxed the chance for a major oil shock to
energy conservation ethic to the malerial,ze is in 1989-90, when the
point that consumption is growing OPEC carlet will supply more than
as fast as 4 to 5 percent per year. 50 percent of the free world's oil
The United States,where an extra needs.
10 gallons of gasoline annually per Since more non-OPEC producdriver
or a three degree change in tion is shut down under the lower
the average thermostat setting, in- price scenario.the crisis will occur
creases annual oil consumption 5.0 sooner under the $12 assumption.
million barrels per year, will con- Higher average prices and the nontribute
more than 50 percent of the OPEC production they support,
industrialized world's increase in will buy us some time," said Jones.
petroleum use over the next few B"ut the clear potential for an i(l,
years." crisis i,present. Considering the
Jones said OPEC has temporari- politic,1 volatility of the Middle
ly lost control of world oil prices. East and the expectations-driven
But as demand increases, that nature of world energy markets,
control will re-assert itself sudden- we estimate that oil prices will /
ly,With more than 50 percent of all reach crisis stage some time before /
exploration and production drill- 1991." OIL DAILY/
E LF INSTITUTE ON RISK MANAGEMENT
kManagement in the Mineral
lqtry, an Eastern Mineral Law
Fdation Special Institute will be
hJanuary 29-30 at the Hyatt Regency
Hotel in Louisville. Designed
to help coal and oil &gas companies
evaluate their risk exposure
and provide suggestions for obtaining
coverage and reducing corporate
liability, the institute will cover
Directors &Officers Liability Insurance,
Reclamation Bonding, Alternatives
to Surety, the Hypothetical
Insurance Policy for Coal and for
Oil &Gas Companies, How to Present
Your Company to Obtain
Coverage, Litigating with Insurors
over Claims, and and Overview of
Recent Litigation.
Speakers include Bruce G. Anderson,
Broadus Anderson/Fred S.
James; William J. Brown, Emens,
Hurd,Kegler&Ritter;Brent R. Clark,
Towers, Parent, Foster &Crosby;
Bruce L. Ferguson, Underwriters
Safety &Claims, Inc.;Thomas J.
Gates, The Chubb Group of Insurance
Companies; Barbara R. Hartung,
Greenebaum Doll &McDonaid;
T. Lawrence Jones, Hunton &
Williams;Robert C. Lee, The OH &
Gas Insurance Co.;Gene E. Mapes,
Mapes &Co.;Thomas S. Shore, Jr.,
Rendigs, Fry, Kiely &Dennis; and
Dean A. Swift, Belden &Blake Corporation.
For more information, contact
Sharon J. Daniels, Executive Director,
Eastern Mineral Law Foundation
304/293-2470),W.V.U. Law Center,
Box 6130, Morgantown, WV 26506-
6130.
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