Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes June 17, 1987

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 17, 1987
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Rader
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
plunkett
Councilmember Rader moved to excuse absentee member Garrett.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
Ordinance No. 12-87 "An Ordinance Accepting An Application For
Annexation Of Territory And Establishing Certain Zoning Districts."
Those who spoke during the public hearing on this ordinance were:
t:2. *' 6*&3£LLHarold
Attebery Rebet *Treneff
Bill Wernet Jack Feid
Robert Treneff, Morrow, Gordon &Byrd, spoke on behalf of his
client, Harold Attebery. He stated that his client has a concern
with the Suburban Business District, proposed for his property being annexed, believing that it would limit and cause some
problems for the existing structures. He asked Council if his
client might have some additional time before an actual ruling is
made on the annexation as far as acceptance goes, so that he
might explore some other alternatives. He stated that it appears that there may be some problems with the proposed zoning.
Mr. Attebery stated that he had no major qualms about the IGA and associated buildings being zoned Suburban Business District, but felt that by zoning his other property with this new dis- trict, it would eliminate many potential lessees, and asked that it be zoned Community Service District.
Mayor Gallant asked if members of the Development Commission who submitted this to Council wanted to say anything about the intent of zoning this parcel Suburban Business District.
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Bill Wernet said it was not the intent of the Development
Commission to cause any difficulties for construction that
currently exists, but more of an interest in trying to ensure
it becomes a valuable and helpful area to the Village. The
Commission intended no difficulty for Mr. Attebery.
Mr. Avery felt that the Development Commission was trying to
keep the corridor more in concert with business and light
manufacturing use and to get away from heavy industrial, storage,
silos, and things like that, and to get some continuity in the
area.
Councilmember Schnaidt commented that he didn' t know what Mr.
Attebery had in mind, but to him a lot of things that are light
manufacturing are really business. For example, Frenier Metal
Shop, this type of thing, they' re fabricating but selling as
well: it would still be a business. He asked why that would
not fit in the Suburban Business District.
Rob Drake stated that it was not permitted,
use, either.
nor a conditional
Mayor Gallant then read the permitted uses in the Suburban
Business District, which are: Retail outlets. examples: food,
drug and beverage. Specialty shops, service and recreation,
examples: laundromat, dry cleaning, laundry pick-up, business and
professional offices, banks, finance and utility company offices,
and accessory uses or buildings.
Councilmember Schhaidt asked if there would be any place in
the Village where one would be permitted to have for example, a
body shop or an automobile repair shop?
Response to Mr. Schnaidt was, presently only in the Community
Service District.
Mr. Wernet said the only area within the Village suitable for
Community Service District is what currently exists, and that is
not being changed at all.
Mr. Attebery commented that the Development Commission is
restricting any further extension of that Community Service
District, and questioned whether they were making a mistake by making it so restrictive.
Jack Feid commented that either way, requesting being annexation or caught up in annexation, this move to the south has an
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effect ramifications on people like him further south. He
said as he goes down the road and looks out, he sees Shurtz with
mini storage, the Village with their service building, a pest
control company, a Granville Builders Supply, Mid-Ohio Industrial
which is contracting and fabrication), contracting and commercial
on his own property, a fabrication shop, machine shop,
heavy equipment etc..He said that the present use of this land
further south is heavier than permitted in the Suburban Business
District, and wondered as the Village goes further out, if all
new annexed area on the main thoroughfare on 37 and 16 is to be
Suburban Business District?
No response to Mr. Feid' s question was offered at this time.
Public hearing on Ordinance No. 12-87 closed, and action on this
ordinance was held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 13-87 "An Ordinance To Amend Section 351. 15 Of The
Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville And Establishing
A No-Parking Zone In The Two Hundred Block Of Thresher Street."
Manager Plunkett explained that the area between College Street
and Burg Street on Thresher, has no berms or curbs. The area that
this ordinance speaks to, winds, and parking there is dangerous. very He explained that this area has never been posted
before, and this year some students who came back after spring
break decided to park there. Mr. Plunkett said this created a very dangerous situation, and felt that Council would want to
preclude parking this area for the future.
Steven Katz commented that he lived in the Hoffman house
right off of Thresher, and attested that this area is very dangerous.
Public hearing closed on Ordinance No. 12-87. Action on this ordinance was held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 14-87, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 303. 99 Of The Code Of ordinances of The Village Of Granville Establishing Increased Penalties For Habitual Traffic Offenders."
Mayor Gallant explained that our present ordinance' permits a violator or alleged violator of a moving traffic ordinances to be classified as a fourth degree misdemeanor rather than a minor misdemeanor, only if that person has also been previously convicted within twelve months in violation of Granville' s ordinances.
This ordinance would allow the inclusion of any violation of laws of other municipalities or governmental authorities as well in consideration of penalty.
Mr. Gallant said this doesn' t increase the penalties, it merely means that if such a violation occurs outside Granville, then that violation can also be counted as a previous violation. Public hearing closed on Ordinance No. 14-87. Action on
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this ordinance was held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 15-87, "An Ordinance Establishing Procedures To Be
Implemented In Dealing With Disasters And Emergencies, Known As
The Village Of Granville EmergencyD/isaster Plan."
Manager Plunkett gave a brief summary of how the Emergency/
Disaster Plan for the Village of Granville got started and
progressed to this point.
Steven Katz, 221 East Elm Street, stated that he believed the
ordinance to be insufficient in consideration given the probability
of a communications emergency, and commented that he would
like to propose an additional attachment to the ordinance that
would address this issue. He presented members of Council with
copies of the proposed attachment (B) dealing with Amateur Radio
Communications. Mr. Katz reviewed the proposal with Council, and
offered to answer any questions.
During a question and answer session, Mr. Katz was asked if
the Amateur Radio Opdrators were willing to be a secondary
backup type of crew, and basically to play by the Village' s rules
rather than their own.
Mr. Katz responded yes, adding that the only time the group
would even be called into play as a secondary group, would be if the telephone and local communications (police, fire or whatever),
break down. Mr. Katz said that they would merely be
providing a communications service and by so doing, hope to
reduce the kind of problems described in the Amateur Radio Communications attachment B.
A question as to what equipment would be necessary to set up a net control here at Village Hall, and what would it cost
the Village. Mr. Katz said about $50-1$00, for an antenna and
lead in wire. The amateur radio operators would furnish their own radio equipment.
Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. Katz and commented that he thought this
extremely hel
information.
of these minu
MINUTES
was a good example of when a public hearing can be
pful in terms of getting additional suggestions and
Atesco.py of that attachment is hereto attached as part
June 3, 1987 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Eisenberg moved that the minutes be approved as corrected. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
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CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
C. K. Barsky
C. Arthur Morrow
Harold C. Attebery
J. T. Feid
Bill Wernet
No comments, questions,
MAYOR' S REPORT
S. G. Katz
A. Terrance Treneff
Ann Munro
Harvey Shapiro
Tim Hughes
or concerns were voiced at this time.
The Mayor' s Report for the month of May was presented. Mayor
Gallant asked if there were any questions. Councilmember
Eisenberg wanted to know why there was such a large amount of
court revenue in May? Mayor Gallant reviewed the types of cases
that could have increased the amount for May. Parking tickets
have increased which could make the difference, and there were
citations for disturbing the peace.
A brief discussion followed with regard to the Town &Gown
relations.
Manager Plunkett pointed out that the University did help
out a good deal this year, and they made it perfectly clear to
the students at their· orientation session, that disturbing· the
peace and other nuisances would not be tolerated.
Mayor Gallant said this spring the University required that
anyone who wanted to be eligible for the off-campus lottery had
to go to one of the meetings. When asked if this was now the
University' s policy, Mayor Gallant said he thought so, and
Manager Plunkett commented that he has already been invited to the up campus this fall to speak to some of the groups again. A
copy of the Mayor' s Report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of May was presented. Follow- ing a brief review, vice Mayor Davison moved that the report be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. mA icnouptyeso. f that report is hereby attached as part of these
COMMITTEE REPORTS -None
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OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 12-87, "An Ordinance Accepting An Application For
Annexation Of Territory And Establishing Certain Zoning Districts",
was moved for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Mayor Gallant noted at this time, that this ordinahce has to be
acted upon within a period of fifteen days, or no later than the
next meeting. However, it could be tabled until the next meeting
if members so desire.
Councilmember Avery commented at this time that he believed the
reason the Development Commission got to where they were in
recommending that this area be classified as Suburban Business
District was, it' s what many people first see as they enter the
Village. They did not want to impose any hardship on Mr. Attebery
or anyone else, and they did not want to change existing buildings.
The Development Commission believes that we have something
unique in Granville, and that while they couldn' t change what' s
already there, they could try to change what goes in from this
day forward. He said at some point you have to make a change, and
we' re doing it here, and that' s the feeling of the Development
Commission. The Commission feels that they would like the
character to change somewhat in that area. He said if you don' t
like what you see, what would you like to change about it, and
how do you want to change it? It' s something each member has to
come to a decision about. This was the Development Commission
recommendation as their answer to that question.
Mayor Gallant was in favor of at least zoning a portion of it
Community Service District, excluding the IGA, etc.,and letting
that remain as what would become the Suburban Business District.
He said it didn' t seem logical to him Denison to zone the warehouse and Steam Plant and the Waste Water Plant Suburban Business
District. Also, it would limit the potential use of the land beyond the IGA for any use other than rather restricted sorts of business shops and things of this nature.
Councilmember Eisenberg said thinking back to the Financial
Resources Study Commission meetings, a great deal of thought was given to the possible future growth and business and financial growth, controlled growth, within the village. After a great deal of discussion and thought, the Commission' s conclusion was that the only logical place for that type of growth was annexation to
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many people would put a manufacturing plant in a 1000 foot
frontage lot along the road. Regarding what happened twenty years
ago, Mr. Attebery said when he bought that land in 1960, it was a
swamp.
Councilmember Schnaidt said either way, Mr. Attebery is not in a
100% win situation. He has to make a decision. If we asked what
do you want us to do tonight, either way he has limited himself
to some extent. If he says, go Community Service District,
he can put business in the warehouse, and close the
door for putting an office somewhere else on- his property. Mr.
Schnaidt asked Mr. Attebery if he understood that.
Mr. Attebery responded and said he did now, and then asked
Council to hold off for a couple of weeks to give him a chance to
explore other avenues before this annexation is accepted.
Following more discussion on the matter, Mayor Gallant advised
members to table this ordinance until the next regular meeting.
He said it becomes more evident that Council may need more time
to consider the matter, and to look at its various ramifications
of this zoning. He did not feel he was ready at this
point, to make a final decision on the matter. He suggested that
each member familiarize himself as much as possible with both
of the districts.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved to table Ordinance No. 12-87 until
the July ist meeting. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Motion carried.
Mr. Eisenberg commented that unless members somehow find
an opportunity to further discuss. this issue, they won' t be any better prepared two weeks from now.
Ordinance No. 13-87, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 351. 15 Of
The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville And Establishing
A No-Parking Zone In The Two Hundred Block Of Thresher
Street", was moved for adoption by Councilmember Rader. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Rader-yes, Avery-yes, Eisenberg-yes, Schnaidt- yes, Davison- Garretta-bsent. Six yes, Gallanty-es, Ordinance yes votes, one member absent. Motion carried. No. 13-87 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 148- 7, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 303. 99 Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Increased Penalties For Habitual Traffic Offenders"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Eisenbergy-es, Schnaidt- yes, Avery- yes, Rader- yes, Davison- yes, Gallant-yes, Garrett-
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the south, exactly the area being zoned now, and that' s still
valid. Some light industry, light manufacturing, etc.,that type
of growth and this was the logical area. He said he would favor
the zoning of the area as Community Service District, which would
include business opportunity.
Councilmember Schnaidt commented that he has heard what you can' t
do in Suburban Business District, and wanted to know what, if
any, restrictions were in the Community Service District.
Manager Plunkett responded and said the Community Service
District has some conditional uses, and some permitted uses that
are not available in the Suburban Business District. Light
manufacturing, industrial assembly operation, movers and moving
equipment, with temporary limited storage of moved goods,
business tools, machinery used in construction, repair services,
farm and garden operations.
Councilmember Avery wanted members to look beyond today and this
one annexation.
Councilmember Eisenberg commented that the trouble with that is,
as time goes by, the entryway is going to move further and
further, where does it stop?
Councilmember Rader felt that a property owner wouldn' t put a
industrial or manufacturing building right to the front: they
would put that type of thing back, and put antique shops, etc.,
to the front.
Mayor Gallant commented that light manufacturing, automobile, and
retail sales are conditional uses, which means the Development
Commission would have to review each, on a case-by-case basis,
as to whether it would be acceptable or not.
Bill Wernet commented on a question Councilmember Schnaidt
brought up, and reviewed what types of business would be per- mitted in the Suburban Business .District not permitted under the
current zoning, and gave examples. Mr. Wernet said if somebody
twenty years ago had made a decision about the way that would be, there would area not be a problem right now. He felt that
one has to look at the long term, and not just this current extension, and think about where in the village area we ultimate- ly want that sort of construction to be located. Mr. Wernet felt that what Council does here is critical for the future.
Harold Attebery felt that if the zoning is made too restrictive, it would hold back requests for annexation of other areas. Commenting on the basic law of economics, he didn' t feel that
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absent. Six yes votes, one member absent. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 14-87 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 15-87, "An Ordinance Establishing Procedures To Be
Implemented In Dealing With Disasters And Emergencies, Known As
The Village of Granville EmergencyD/isaster Plan"w,as moved for
adoption by Councilmember Schnaidt. Mr. Schnaidt stated that it
is his intent that the Amateur Radio Communications attachment as
presented this evening be part of Exhibit "A" of this ordinance.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Schnaidtyes,
Rader-yes, Avery- yes, Eisenberg-yes, Davison-yes, Gallantyes,
Garrett-absent. Six yes votes, one member abs*nt. Motion
carried. Ordinance No. 15-87 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 16-87, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 27-86
And Appropriate Funds For Operating Expenses In The General
Fund", was introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice
Mayor Davison. A public hearing for this ordinance was scheduled
for July 1, 1987, at 7: 30 p.m..
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
June 24, 1987 -Council Worksession -7: 30 P. M. -Discussion of
the zoning for the Attebery annexation.
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 11 p.m..
May*£
ttest:
NLy A. Clerk of Couhcil
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor's Court Monthly Report
' · ,. :· {'.May 1987
I*IAL STATEMENT _
Bhlance of Bond Money from Last Month:
Total Money Collected for this Month:
Total Paid to State (RRF&GRF):
rotal Paid in Refunds/Overpayments:
Total Paid to General Fund:
Balance of Bond Money Remaining;. in Account:
MONTH
652. 00
8009. 00
946. 00
1489.00
5574. 00
652. 00
April 1987
MONTH
May 1986
HONTIV-
1120. 00 ii20. 00
4825. 00 2668. 00
832. 00 650. 00
243. 00 524. 00
4218.00 2604. 00
652. 00 662. 00
ENERATED CASES BY THE GRANVILLE· POLICE DEPARTMENT
Parking Tickets:
Criminal Complaints:
ASES PROCESSED IN MAYOR'S COURT'.
Guilty Waivers (payments out of court):
Cases Appearing in Court:
ASES TRANSFERRED FROM MAYOR'S _COURT
RAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED:
Disregarding Red Signal:
Disregarding Stop Sign:
Disregarding All Other Traffic Control Devices:
P ibited Right Turn on Red Signal:
Alcohol/Drugs):
01 C/ontainerL/ iquor Consumption:
Opn Willful/Wanton Disregard for Safety:
Opn without Reasonable Control: 1
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64 59
fraffic Citationst
160 89
I 6 11
59 49 50
Traffic Gitations:
152 84 120
ng Tickets:
16 11 I 0
Crnal Complaints:
Cas 4 5 Dismissed: 28 20
43 35
2
To Licking County Municipal Court:
2 2 2
To Juvenile Court:
1
15 I 4 27
Excessive Speed:
0 1 1
Assured Clear Distance:
7 6 3
5 4 3
0 0 0
2 0 3
4 2
3 0 0
0 0
1
1
0
May 1987
MONTH
0
2
April 1987 May 1986
MONTH MONTH
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RAFFIC CITATIONS_PROCESSEDc _o(n'L)_
1
0 0
Fng*a Police Officer:
0 0
Sq ling Tires/feeling/Cracking Exhaust:
peN' llittingo/ r:R· idingH/ anging ·Outside, Vehicle: 2 3
U-Turn (Opposite Direction/Enter Parking Place): 6 8 0
0 0 0
Failure to Yidld:
Equipment Violation: 4 0 0
0 0 0
Pedestrian Violation:
No Operators/Chauffers License: 0 1 0
opn Under Suspension/Revocation: 1 1 2
0 0 0
No Motorcycle Endorsement:
0 0
Restriction Violation:
5 4 3
Registration/Title Violation: f
Leaving the Scene of an Accident: 1 i 0
Failure to Stop for School Bus Unloading/Loading: 0 0
Improper Passing: 0 1 0
0 2 1
All Others:
RIAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
Anl Offenses: 1 0 0
Disorderly Conduct/Public Intoxication: 1 0 0
Disturbing the Pedce: 6 1 2
Drug Abuse/Possession:
Gambling Offenses:
1 Littering:
Falsification:
Failure to Report a Crime:.
Obstructing Official Business:
Failure to Aid a Police Officer:
Obstructing Justice:
Resisting Arrest:
Sale of Alcohol to a Minor:
Misrepresentationt 2
Open Container in a Public Place: 3 7 1
Sel Imposition:
P,Iic Indecency:
Vourism:
Importuning:
Assault: 1
1
RIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED ( con' t)
Aggravated Menhcing/ Menacing:
Engering Children:
Thone Harrassmeht:
Dolllhtic Violence:
Arson:
May 1987
MON 'r li
April 1987
MONTH
May 1986
MONTH
1
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Criminal Damaging:
Criminal Mischief:
1
Criminal Trespass:
Petty Theft:
Unauthorized use of Property/Vehicle: 1
Passing Bad Checks: 4 5
Receiving Stolen Property: 1
Carrying a Conceiled Weapont
Improperly Handling Firearm in Motor Vehicle:
Discharging Weapons:
Fireworks Violations:
All Others:
In
ARKING TICKETS
Violation #1-Double Parking: 0 0 0
Violation 2-Fire Hydrant Parking: 0 0 2
Violation #3-Parking Facihg the Wrong Direction: 4 l 6 25
Violation #4-Parking in a No Parking Zone: 9 38 52
Violation #5-Parking on Crosswalk: 0 1 0
Violation #6-Overtime Parking: 4I 5 7
Violation #7-Parking 20' of Intersectiont 0 1 I 8
liolation #8-Blocking Dtiveway: 2 7 0
liolation #9-Parking on Lawn (Sidewalk/ Curb): 0 2 2
Tiolation #10-Parkdd too Far from Curb: 3 6 i
violation #ll-Parked on Sidewalk: 1 4 7
irlon #12- Parked over Diagonal Lines: 1 2 2
iation #13-Parked Opposite Excavation: 0 0 0
2ur Ordinance: 0 1 4
andicapped Parking: 0 1 0
ummons Issued for Failure to Pay: 9 I 5
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May 1981
JSVISED BARKiNG TICKET (5/11/87)
IO #1-Parking on Sidewalk or Curb Lawn:
8 1
TIO #2-Blocking' Public or Private Driveway:
11 3-Parkdd within 20 ft of an intersection:
2
I4-Parked on a Crosswalk:
10 36
5-Parked in a No Parking Zone:
IO #6-Parked Too Far from Curb (Ift or more):
6
TIO #7-Parked in Same Spot in Excess of 72 Hours: 4
13
IO #8-Overtime Parking:
IO #9-Parked Facing in Wrong Direction: I 3
4
TIO #10-Parked Outside of Marked Parking Space:
0
IO #ll-In Handicapped Zone w/0 Proper Tags/Placard:
TIO #12-Double Parked:
0 IO #13-Parked Upon a Bridge or Overpass:
TIO '#14-Parked in Roadway Creating aTraffic Hazard: 0
110 #15-Parked within 10 ft of a Fire Hydrant:
iummons issued for Failure to Pay:
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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) -
May 1987
27.1490
0.8758
15.5959
0.5031
27
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0.00
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
April 1987
24.8640
0.8288
16.7381
0.5579
0.049
May 1986
38.030
1. 227
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11. 569
0.373
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987 1 HEIDI ( MGD 1 1 MGD )
50050 50050 P50050
01 0.808
02 0.814
03 0.788
04 0.881
05 0.910
06 0.874
07 0.841
08 0.897
09 0.870
10 0.889
11 0.945
12 0.892
0.961
1.052
0.879
17 0.909
18 0.881
19 0.888
20 0.670
21 0.918
22 1.049
23 0.911
24 0.800
25 0.835
26 0.832
27 0.811
28 0.805
29 0.833
30 0.804
31 0.780
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27.1490
0.8758
1.0520
0.7800
0.0657
0.250
0.230
0.270
0.280
0.270
0.280
0.290
0.270
0.250
0.270
0.280
0.270
0.270
0.440
0.290
0.250
0.280
0.260
0.260
0.290
0.240
0.450
0.280
0.240
0.250
0.260
0.260
0.280
0.280
0.240
0.240
8.5700
0.2765
0.4500
0.2300
0.0472
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GRANVILLE WATER CONSUMPTION
GRANVILLE DEPT. OF UTILITIES
MAY, :''.1! 1987
30.94
28.26
34.26
31.78
29.67
32.04
34.48
30.10
28.74
30.37
29.63
30.27
28.10
41.83
31.45
28.44
30.80
29.51
29.28
33.33
26.14
42.90
30.74
30.00
29.94
31.25
32.06
34.78
33.61
29.85
30.77
975.32
31.46
42.90
26.14
3.45
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Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street
Maintenance
Hot-Mix-Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Top
Cleaned)
Inlets Cleaned
Inside)
Storm Lines
Cleaned (Jet
Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
Adjusted ol:
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
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
May 1987 April 1987
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours Amount
888***
4 Acres
14 Loads
33
81
1-Parking area)
1-4 Un Condo )
4-2(-Homes )
5
0
1
n
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Vehicle Maintenance
Welfare 4 People
Community Service
13,000
160 hr.
102 hr.
50 hr.
to
3
134
3
0 ***
May 1986
lanhours
12
8
6.5
62
9
124
7 8 6 4
6 1U 6 4
11 50 7 40
32 16 42
60 il 16
90 18 1 8
2 4
3 5
2 16
1 4 1
46 4 11 10
64 30 17 88
73
3
1 4 8
81 77
4 73
2
2 2
0 0
0 0
1
OTHER PROJECTS
Set Peace Pole 3hrs.
6IllS--- Planted flowers at Mt. Parnassus62-9-hhrsrs. .
Cut weeds and Sprayed-19-h-rs-.---------
Drilled holes at Elementry12-h-rs-.-----
Staked tree on Prospect6-h-rs-.--------
Trimed tree branches on N. Pearl-2-hrs.
Trimed branches away frome signs 4-Ars.
81 Total Hrs.
81 May 1987
VEflICLE MILEAGE,
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT ; f : ,
00M* onthly Manaou'#R e,po40¢00
195 Cplphrity
I Ve/Lte.Cej
1983 Impala
1 Fehlecej
Gationd F UTILIZED, 31:9
62585
Iqdometer; ,
70799
Udomete41
Month: May 1986
PATROL ACTIVITIES
hutklig licket&
Thattle Citation,8
lAgAfle Stopd
Y.14
306*
Total: 3427
362
1 Micul
fl /ue 6 06 rouc,
Monith: April 1987
V L ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
fc' ttk/ulg 1c/ke8,(. parlting lickto
1 ha 11 4ic cali tiond 14£1116( C Cttatio,18
T*addic Stops Traddic Stop&
14£14&Ic Vikection tradlie Vt'tection
Vehiete Checlu Ve/Ude C/lec/18
1101(8e Chec2/6 I fou8, e Checks
SU.8pielotl8 Peh.80118
Ente44. 0 FLAe A88.i8£8
Oh.ek Vevt. A88.l8,8(
11,tpound 8 Tele.019
toot Vatu6) £
Buecuked Buitd·0118
Alclotat8 *81.88£
paetot Timettiouu I
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES COMPLAINT ACtIVITIES
1,1 jut/g Accident& In U/ A,A/ ccidel8l,( infukv Accide,118
Non-Injuby Accident& Non-Injuky Accldenta Non-In lubt,Ace( deltt6
Inv€Atiqa,U.0,18 1 Invesu, ationd, inveht( flatio,18 1
Comptab6l,( Comptainta Complailitd
0 d de,16 ed OUQUU 0#6018U
18: (28) Auwal (19) Atute818 1 (11)
retail 1/
fetottil i dolt!/
MIA demeanok MOdemeanok Mudemecutok
Ct/ahneA FiLEd: 2(8) Chat'ae*LUed: 1( 9) Clidgu Flted: (11 )
felonu Fetonq Fetoity
M8£demeanok 818£demedl,ok MA8[,denieiutc,4
Bank EdCOAX)
89 120
160
52
64 59
39 55 62
102 8 9 1*al le VOlection 133
58
56 Velticte Chectu 77 i
448
711 605 110iU e Check&
22 9
9 Stupiclou,8 rebso,14 Suppic, lou,8 peMond
9 Enle4'1• 6 Fike l/888£8 12 Emet/q. 0 FD. le Add.6818 1 4
10 0,Ute.Ve¤ t. A641«8£8
8 Ot.heA- Veut. Ad41,8.8(
7
4 Impou,ida 0 louting 3 Impound,8 8 1 outbist 4
165 Foot Pat'lota 149 . Foot Pathou 189
22 U,uecuked Bultdinga 25 tlita ecuked Bltied£ 1148 24
49 Mo.to*1,8£Ads.188£ ' 36 Motatist A868£18: 57
344 rathot Timellfou,U | , ,347 PdAot 11m. e|lfou8* | 394
0 0 0
10 11 7
111 Ill
1
233 t 267 224
48 32 25
1! 1
it'
0
1
7
6 2
lll lll 111
0 2
22 li 8
AVMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES AININIST RATI VE ACTIVITIES AVMINISTRATIVE ACilVITIES
Ad,10, 1S.p/eciat Veta8l£ 484 Ad,hot.S /pectal Vetaita 419 Adnitt, .S/pecial VelaiC.8 497
S CAViCU t Ill SCAVICU 1 111 Se/lviCU I Ill.
MctiC 20 MaiC 23 Ala,iC 20
Ifculd VeUveked Mate 58 fland VeUveked MaLL 52 Ilmid Vtuvered Mate 44
ftutehill E,coLLS 2 fu,1chat EA co/Lt8 0 funebat Edco*18 2
Balik Eacobkh 0 2 Baltit tscom 1
STATE
DEPARTMENT- REPORT NO. R 13
1Z PAGE
1 DIVISION 1 OPER 0 1
131 CITY DATE 05/29/ G R A 111- 1_ 87 3 LLE_ MONIHOF_ MAY
16' MONTHLY FUND REPORT
ACCOUNI
a| FUND DESCRIPTION BALANCE
BALANCE 9
AT BEGINNING RECEIPTS 10
DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED 1 1
12
1' 13
621 A 1 GENERAL
14
1 f 15
113 162,586.31 47,374.49 55,496.07 154, 464.73 15,641.28 138.823.45 16
j,4 B 1 STREET 17
15 14,655.20 18 2, 173.65 1,326.05 15,502.80 1, 569.86 13,932.94 19
16 B
517
2 Al bHWA Y 20
186.93176.23- 231.63132.13. 00132.13 21 22 s B 7 REVENUE SHARING 23
i
6,970. 19 00 1, 170. 11 5,800.08 750.00 5.050.08 Z4
20 B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX
25
21 00 00 00
26
00 00 00 27 12r2r --DEBTS-E-RVICE 28
19,112.85 19,704.72 10,388.50 28,429.07 00 29
28,429.07
30
124
I25 'CC' 32 SSEEWWEERR RCOENPSLTARCUECMTIEONNFTU'I-MN&PDROVEMENT 22634,,869496..046 4_1,19935..217 2- 1-00- 265-894.56. 0026584.56 00. -' 23,939.33 I »-
fl».00f .1 23,939.33 - i' n 28E-I-WA I ER 36
29 58,015. 42 43,727.01 -,383.36 79,359.07 13,651. 78 65,707.29
37
30 E 2 SEWER
38
r
31 14,208.65_22,641. 13 12,059.93 24,789.85 6.087.86 18-701.99
32 S E91 «WATER-CAPITA, IMPROVEMENT S
3 -
41
44--sEWEFP4-
FIPkovEMENT
24,045.41 00 42 1 .00..t' .2.4. ,045.41," .:*3 «, do 24;045.41- 1 -1,, ,' v 43 -
s 44
35 7, 149. 15 00 00 7, 149. 15 727.50 6,421. 65
45
36 F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE
46
47
37 127r43.64. 00 00 127 343.64 400.00 106 - 48
P
n. G St HILENGREEN'ESCROW= -
I
6, 456.07
7 ->X* I. 49
50
39 00 00 6,456.07 00 : 6 , 4 5«6.0.7. 51
0A-T- S-PECIKA--SSESSMENTS 52
41 24,382. 14 00 3,559.82 20,822. TO 00
53
20,822.32
42
55,
56
L 44. S GRAND TOTALS **** 45 753, 657. 46 * 137,085.62 * 106, 614. 87 * 784, 128.21 * 38,828.28 * ,745,299.93' * S9
60
_4-7 6
62
48
63
49 6Z
5C
66
57
68
6'
70
l 54t
71
72
173
175 1
76

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