Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes May 16, 1990

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CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 16, 1990
The meeting was convened at 7: 30 p.m.,by Vice Mayor Morrow in
the sanctuary of the Granville First Baptist Church. Mr. Morrow
made a brief statement on how the meeting would proceed regarding
the public hearing on the proposed Comprehensive Plan.
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Ormond
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Marshall
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember
Vice Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Rader
Morrow
Hurst
Plunkett
Councilmember Rader moved to excuse absentee member Eisenberg.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held on the following legislation:
Ordinance No. 8-90 -An Ordinance To Amend Section 303. 99 Of The
Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville, Which
Establishes Increased Penalties For Habitual Traffic Offenders, With Language Clarifying The Intent Of This Ordinance And
Declaring An Emergency.
Jim Kennedy, 152 Kenbroke, N.E,,asked for an interpretation
of the ordinance. Mr. Morrow responded and said that the
ordinance was a housekeeping item to close up loopholes Village the might have in its traffic laws. Public hearing closed at 7: 40 p.m..Action on this ordinance was held for old business.
Ordinance No. 9-90 -An Ordinance To Adopt The Council Of American Building Officials' One And Two Family Dwelling Code As It Pertains To New Construction Of Such Facilities, And To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With The City Of Newark, Division Of Code Administration, For Inspection And Enforcement Services Related Thereto.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 9-90. Public hearing closed at 7:42 p.m.A. ction on this ordinance was held for old business.
Ordinance No. 109- 0 -An 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.
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No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance.
Public hearing closed at 7:43 p.m.,Action on this ordinance was
held for old business.
Proposed Comprehensive Plan With Modifications As Recommended By
The Comprehensive Planning Committee, And As It Pertains To The
Village Of Granville.
Vice Mayor Morrow announced the public hearing on the
proposed comprehensive plan would be deferred until the end of
the meeting. He said the agenda was relatively short and Council
would like to attend to those items before holding the public
hearing on the proposed Comprehensive Plan.
MINUTES
May 4. 1990 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Rader moved
that the minutes be approved as submitted. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Marshall. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Please see attached attendance sheet.
Vice Mayor Morrow asked if any citizens in attendance had
comments, questions or concerns to express other than those on
the Comprehensive Plan. Hearing none, Mr. Morrow continued with
the next order of business.
MAYOR'S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of April was presented and reviewed. Following review, the clerk was directed to file the report.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of April reviewed. Following review, Councilmember was presented and Marshall moved that the MMaanlacgueitr.' s Report be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Motion carried. 1
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COMMITTEE REPORTS
Planning Commission -Councilmember Marshall reported on the
meeting of May 3, 1990. At that meeting the Commission approved
The Central TrustW/elsh Hills Travel Agency' s proposal to repaint
the overhead wall mounted signs to denote the two business set
apart by different colors and design; a new awning, and; a
brackeht/anger type smaller sign mounted on the face of the
building for the Welsh Hills Travel Agency. Their plan included
repainting the face of the building as well. Mr. Marshall noted
that there was some discussion of the Farmington Subdivision
proposal, mostly informational. The public hearing on the
Farmington Subdivision proposal was set for May 17, 1990, at 7: 30
p.m.,in the Baptist Church Sanctuary at the corner of West
Broadway and South Main Street.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 8-90, " An Ordinance To Amend Section 303.99 Of The
Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville, Which
Establishes Increased Penalties For Habitual Traffic Offenders,
With Language Clarifying The Intent Of This Ordinance And
Declaring An Emergency."
Councilmember Marshall moved that Ordinance No. 8-90 be
amended by removing the Emergency Clause both in the title and
Section II. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Roll call
vote: Marshall- yes, Hughes- yes, Malcuit- yes, Ormond- yes, Raderyes,
Morrow- yes, Eisenberg- absent. Six yes votes, one member
absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 8-90 amended.
Councilmember Hughes moved to adopt Ordinance No. 8-90 as
amended. Motion seconded by Councilmember Ormond. Roll call vote:
Hughesy-es, Ormondy-es, Malcuity-es, Marshally-es, Radery-es,
Morrow- yes, Eisenberg- absent. Six yes votes, one member absent.
Motion carried. Ordinance No. 8-90 as amended duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 9-90, A"n Ordinance To Adopt The Council Of American Building Officials' One And Two Family Dwelling Code As It Pertains To New Construction Of Such Facilities, And To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With The City Of Newark, Division Of Code Administration, For Inspection And Enforcement Services Related Thereto."
Discussion: Councilmember Hughes noted that after further review of Ordinance No. 9-90 he was not sure the Village needed
an ordinance of this nature at this time. Following further discussion, Councilmember Marshall moved to table Ordinance No. 9-90 until the June 6th meeting. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried. 1
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Ordinance No. 10-90, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 41-89
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For the Fiscal
Year 1990 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as moved
for adoption by Councilmember Marshall. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Ormond. Discussion: Members discussed the $5,000
designated for the grading and paving of the salt storage
facility and surrounding area, and Manager Plunkett stated that
the bids will have to come in $5, 000 or under. Mr. Morrow. asked
Street Committee Chairman Ben Rader if his committee was in favor
of this work to be done. Mr. Rader said yes.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 11-90, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 41-89
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
year 1990 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as
introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember
Ormond. Public hearing on this ordinance was set for June 6,
1990, at 7: 30 p.m..
Certified Oil Cl/C2 Liquor License -Manager Plunkett noted that
he received notice from the State of Ohio Department of Liquor
Control that Certified Oil' s request for a new Cl/ C2 Class Liquor
License has been approved, and that the legislative body has
thirty days in which to respond to the liquor board if they wish
to appeal.
Councilmember Malcuit stated that she had hoped that Council
would make an appeal, noting that such a license served as a
mixed message selling beer and wine where one gets gasoline.
Vice Mayor Morrow stated that there were very few reasons a legislative body can use to request an appeal, and that there are
more reasons to allow a liquor license than there are to deny
one. Further, when the hearing on this issue was held, the hearing officer did not find the reasons stated by the
legislative body and others adequate to deny the application.
PUBLIC HEARING ON THE DRAFT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
Vice Mayor Morrow read notes he had compiled on how he wanted the public hearing to proceed (a copy of those notes are hereby attached as part of these minutes)H.e then opened the hearing to public comments for or against the plan or things they felt should be added or addressed.
1 Those who spoke to the proposed Comprehensive Plan were:
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Harrison Smith, Attorney for Bill Wright -Mr. Smith told
how the plan would affect his client' s property. He stated that
the plan was exclusionary and discriminatory, arbitrary and
capricious, and a taking of land.
Richard Salvage, 73 Berline Court -no plan for commercial or
light industry. Anything proposed for development is being
obstructed.
Jurgen Pape, Granville Planning Commission member, 430 E.
Broadway -original Master Plan obviously outdated, and a lot of
time, effort, and money has been devoted to a new comprehensive
plan. He didn' t feel the new plan would restrict growth, and
recommended that it be approved as the Comprehensive Planning
Commission recommended, with modifications.
Keith Ward, 121 Shepardson Court -thanked Council for holding public hearing a on the plan to allow for public input. He felt the
proposed plan would control growth more than it is presently. He
asked that Council keep in mind the clear message from its
citizens on how the Village should grow.
Rick Kirk, 1625 Castle, Bexley, Ohio - Expressed concern that
the proposed comprehensive plan did not include architectural
character and guidelines for corridors leading into the Village.
Donna Alvarado, Quest International -Ms. Alvarado spoke mostly
about the property recently purchased by Quest International
immediately south of the Mansion and adjacent to Mr. Wright' s property, asking that whatever land use is considered for this
corridor, that Quest International be given equitable zoning. She
noted, that Quest should not be treated unfairly. Quest is a non- profit organization.
Tim Dennison, 1324 Newark- Granville Road -Mr. Dennison noted
that he was a Township resident, but that his property was immediately south of the proposed Farmington Subdivision. Mr. Dennison expressed a concern that if Village Council doesn' t pass the Comprehensive Plan as recommended by the Comprehensive
Planning Commission soon, developers will soon be submitting their plans for development. He said Council has heard from the public, and they wish to retain their rural standa«rd of living. If the Farmington Subdivision proposal is approved as proposed, then it would be like a domino effect. He stated that one can' t look at just one development plan.
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Barbara Roidl, 121 Shepardson Court, spoke on the democratic way
in America, noting that she has only been a resident for three
years and is not yet a citizen of the United States. She said
that the process this evening and of other town meetings on the
Comprehensive Plan was reflective of that democratic process and
asked that Council respect the time and effort of the community
and adopt the proposed Comprehensive Plan as recommended by its
Committee.
Brenda Mix, 1480 NewarkG- ranville Road -Ms. Mix stated that the
proposed Comprehensive Plan has some good points and she guessed
that one must learn from experience. She stated that she was not
against development, but was concerned with the inevitable
traffic congestion problem in the future with all the proposed
development.
Dan Pallante, 1462 Newark Road -recommended that the proposed
Comprehensive Plan be approved. He urged Village Council to hear
the heartbeat of the community. He too expressed a concern about
traffic congestion on Newark- Granville Road.
Jim Kennedy, 152 Kenbroke, N.E. -Opposed to the adoption of the
proposed Comprehensive Plan.
Public hearing closed at 9: 10 p.m..
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment, seconded by Councilmember Marshall. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9:11 p.m.. 0
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PARKING TICKETS PROCESSED
VIO #1-PARKING ON SIDEWALK/CURB LAWN:
VIO #2-BLOCKING PUBLIC/PRIVATE DRIVE:
VIO #3-PARKED W/IN 2OFT OF INTERSECT:
VIO #4-PARKED ON A CROSSWALK:
VIO #5-PARKED IN A NO PARKING ZONE:__
VIO #6-PARKED TOO FAR FROM CURB:
VIO #7-PARKED IN SAHE SPOT >72 HRS:
VIO #8-OVERTIME PARKING:
VIO #9-PARKED FACING WRONG DIRECTION:
VIO #10-PARKED OUTSIDE OF MARKED ZONE
VIO #11-IN HANDICAP ZONE W/0 PLACARD:
VIO #12-DOUBLE PARKED:
VIO #13-PARKED UPON BRIDGE/OVERPASS:
VIO #14-PARKED IN ROADWAY -HAZARD:
VIO #15-PARKED W/IN 1OFT OF FIRE HYD:
SUMMONS ISSUED FOR FAILURE TO PAY:
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FIREWORKS VIOLATIONS:
ALL OTHER VIOLATIONS:
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WATER DEPARTMENT
MANAGER' S REPORT
Total Produced (MC)
Dally Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (DT)
April 1990
23. 604
787
16. 581
553
March 1990
23. 558
760
14.279
461
9. 0
N/blqo
April · 1989
22.360
745
22.190
740
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
1) oRnelpyaisrelidgh1t-6"main break, 2-1-1/2" main breaks, and 6-34/ " service leaks - gains in water loss.
2) Most of the engineering problems associated to the Burg Street Booster Station have been corrected. However, some residents on Chapin Place and Sunset complain of high water pressure: ( Max psi-135)
3) OCTC pumpage slightly higher 5.43 MG-1990 to 5.07 MG-1989.
4) A5p5r3ilM1G1D, 2(19.290inFclhowesat WWTP 1.071 MGD, nearlv twice the daily average of of rain on April 10, 1990)
Note:
1-Fi51 -
MGD) -
DT) -
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day Dry Tons
4 0 2
29 40 23
0 0 3
9 18 26
9 1 14
8. 1 2.3
Signs Replaced
New Signs
Street Maintenance
Hot Mix -Tons)
Streets Swept
Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
TOPS)
Inlets cleaned
Inside)
Storm lines cleaned
Jet Truck)
Inlets Repaired,
adjusted, or rebuilt
Grass Mowed
acres)
Brush pick up
and Chipped (Loads)
Leaf Pickup
Loads)
Snow Removal
Road Salt.
Tons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment)
Call Out
ZQNING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
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MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
APRIL 1990 MARCH 1990 APRIL 1989
Amu¤nLManhnurn AmnunL.Manhaurn AmnunLManhnuna
5
3
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0
0
19
773
2
31
152
52
SPECIALI-N- TERESL. ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance -
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
10
7
9
12
12
24
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2
2
30
7. 5
3
20
13
4
2
27
160
10
8
4
104
955
7. 5
7. 5
168 Hrs.
124 Hrs.
45 Hrs.
52
32
6
18
1. 5
120
2
18
10
26
42
11
6
28
43
17
21
105
52
637
7
80
63
9
5
4 5
1 3
0 0
0 0
0 0
OTHER PROJECTS APRIL 1990
1) Worked on storm sewer on Newark-Granville Road
2) Cleaned storm water ditch on Fern Hill
3) Pruned and removed trees on East Broadway t
4) Picked up 1 ton of topsoil for Imp. Board
5) Reviewed C. D. L. tapes and one employee took exam
6) Performed tree work in cemetery
7) Painted detour signs for St. Rt. 16 construction
8) Cleared bike path for mowing
9) Performed ditch work on Munson
10) Performed misc. concrete work around town
11) Picked up gravel and misc. material
12) Seed and straw misc areas around town
13) Assisted in closing Cherry Valley and St. Rt. 16
14) Installed storm sewer on East Maple
15) Straighten up donated guardrail post
16) Installed storm sewer on W. Broadway by Wildwood
17) Began Fixup/ Cleanup week 2-30 yd pulls
Total
149 Hrs.
31 Hrs.
68 Hrs.
3 Hrs.
32 Hrs.
126 Hrs.
37 Hrs.
18 Hrs.
19 Hrs.
98 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
12 Hrs.
22 Hrs.
66 Hrs.
28 Hrs.
10 Hrs.
42 Hrs.
773 Hrs.
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APRIL 1990
PIIIROL ACTIVITIES
V/ Miles Driven:
Parking Tickets:
Citations:
Traffic Stops:
Radar:
Traffic Details:
Motorist Assists:
Impounded Vehicles:
Vehicle Checks:
Record Checks:
Person Checks:
Foot Patrols:
Other Dept. Assists:
Fire Dept. Assists:
House Checks:
Escorts:
Patrol Time:
TOTAL PATROL:
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Nou- Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
plaints Invstgtd:
ffenses Invstgtd:
Follow-up Invstgtns:
Misdemeanor Arrests:
Misdemeanor Charges:
Felony Arrests:
Felony Charges:
TOTAL COMPLAINT:
ADMIN. ACTIVITIES
Meals:
Breaks:
Equipment Maint.:
Refuels:
Special Details:
Admin. Details:
Mail:
Hand Delivered Mail:
Summons/ Papers:
Briefings:
TOTAL ADMIN:
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
MONTHLY REPORT***
APRIL 1990 MARCH 1990 APRIL 1989
Quantity Time Quantity Time Quantity Time
6003
54
98
45
105
40
28
6
959
229
81
139
33
19
609
20
8464
92
17
48
70
50
166
0
62
19
202
726
14
5
246
41
242
33
28
0
0
609
3. 03
16. 77
4. 51
20. 55
10. 37
1. 78
1. 63
3. 33
1. 23
2. 21
31. 60
10. 57
3. 36
29. 90
2. 21
515. 43
758. 55
11
3. 48
87. 57
35. 77
374. 76
11. 41
4. 91
0
0
528. 90
44. 60
3. 95
19. 15
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GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT APRIL 1990
MONTHLY REPORT***
APRIL 1990
FT USAGE
v' .Fuel Utilized: 604. 50
Total Mileage: 6220
VEHICLE:
87 Ford LTD
88 Ford LTD
89 Ford LTD
92- eve Cartnal
Chief of Police
Odometer
85436
16913
45350
MARCH 1990
633. 70
6362
Miles
636
1930
3654
APRIL 1989
387. 10
4059
1
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STATE
REP,. R 13
DEPAR PA OPER 0
DIVISION DATE 04/30/90
rTTy ARS M 9 71 1 F MONTH OF APPIL
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
ACCOUNT BALANCE BALANCE
FUND DESCRIPTION AT BEGINNING RECEIPTS DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
1
U
A 1 AFNFRAI 449 ATA 77 1 99, 579 81 1,7176356.1- 1105 RQi,0_17 391, 721-
A 2 MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESERVE 100,000.00 i I 00 00 100,000.00 00 100, 000. 00
2 A 3 COMPRENHESIVE PLANNING 12,003.74 48.43 00 12,052. 17 00 12,052. 17
R 1 RTRFFT
A 1 951( 2- 7 or)Q C.1 1 Al-44 a-2,-80- 10 6 -n-A'
B 2 HIGHWAY 632.48 263.64 283.24 612.88 0 612.88
1 B 6 RECYCLE GRANT 2,980.80 00 OC, 980.80 00 2,980.80
R A PARMTSFTVF TAX An n<h f-, 0 Ar 1
nn An
1 C 1 DEBT SERVICE 73.053.63 8.058.02 10, 106.67 70, 944. 98 OC) 70,944.98
C 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND .' 34,205.08 251. 50 00 34,456.58 12,695.60 21,760.98
r :VAAFF' RFP; arTMENT 1 T MPRnUFMWIIT 1 AA 7 6:> 01 00 1ngr-l-810-1. OCL4D--S-™4--810---
D 3 OWDA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 00 0 9,1.0. 00 9, 130.00-
E 1 WATER 31. 021. 09 30,041. 55 35.276.88 25,785.76 15, 184.44 10,601.32
11-9- 1-2- --46-- ---
r4;44. --- -988-L, : 64/ 4*1.6, =-
i E 6 SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND 58,545. 13 10,469.47 00 69, 014.60 00 69, 014.00
E 7. SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND 141, 339.96 3.19 0() 141, 343.15 00 141, 343.1-,
FQI VATFA' COPTTA' TMPROE:;ME!I,T 22, 279. 11 00 3,872.00 18,407.41 7-2,72.0- 01-1-,1-35-.- -
4
4 F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE 217,675.80 0 610.00 217,065.80 39,502.00 177,563.80
6 5 HiLENGREEN ESCROW 7,871.28 00 00 7,871.28 00 7,871.28
u 1 SprrTA, AC:CCSCMENTC 29. 697. 29 00 00 29. 697

20 00 29,6--
GRAND TOTALS **1*,*3 2 5 ",5"53.93 * 226,897.05 * 182,394.19 *1,370,056.79 * 210,276.71 1, 159,780.08 *

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