Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes November 19, 1986

1 REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
NOVEMBER 19, 1986
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember ·Garrett

MINUTES
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
November 5, 1986 -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:
Erin Scanlon, WHTHW/NKO
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Robert &Joan Kent appeared this evening to give Council an
overall preview of their future plans for some newly acquired
property east of the golf course, and; intentions of seeking
annexation to the Village, of that property. Mr. Kent said he
had enough signatures from property owners east of Broadway who ·
are interested in annexing to the Village in addition to his own, to meet petition for annexation requirements.
The Kent' s reviewed to those present a preliminary sketch of
a housing development planned for their property. Mr. Kent said
he anticipates no problems with the project and plans to start
working with the Village Manager, the Village' s engineer,
the Water &Wastewater Superintendent and the Development
Commission to determine what will be needed to proceed with this
project. Mr. Kent said he would' return before too long with more information. His plans are, to present a complete proposal for everything: annexation, zoning, development planu,'tilities,
etc.,so that review and approval of his plan can get started 'in anticipation of a spring *tart-up of his project.
A brief question and answer session followed. Mayor Gallant
thanked Mr. &Mrs. Kent for coming to the meeting and explaining their plans with Council. 1
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Village of Granville
November 19, 1986
Page 2
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of October was presented and
reviewed. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of
these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of October was presented.
Following review of the report Councilmember Rader moved that
the report be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Eisenberg. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby
attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORT
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery commented that Mr.
Kent was present at the Commission' s meeting of November 13, and
has reviewed with Council this evening most of what he was going
to report on this evening. In addition to hearing Mr. Kent' s
presentation, the Commission granted Architectural Review
approval on an application for a temporary carport which will be
replaced later with a permanent garage.
I ,
OLD BUSINESS
Granville Exempted School District-School Bus Garage- Sewer
Capacity Fees.
Manager Plunkett brought to Council' s attention a letter he
received from Dan Douglas, School Superintendent, requesting
Council' s consideration to refund the $1,912. 50 sewer capacity
fee paid by the School Board for the School Bus Garage.
Following discussion among members, the consensus was that
Council had compromised at the time this matter was brought up,
and had waived the water capacity fee but would not waive the
sewer capacity fees. Members felt the matter had been resolved at
that time.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 24-86, "An Ordinance To Amend Sections 171. 10 And
171. 19 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By
Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax Paid In Another Municipality
As Of January 1, 1987, And Modifying The Collection At Source
Provisions As Of January 1, 1987",was introduced and title read
in its entirety by Councilmember Garrett. 1
1 Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
November 19, 1986
Page 3
A public hearing for this ordinance was scheduled for
December 3, 1986, at 7: 30 p.m..Village Law Director, Rob Drake,
recommended to Council that they pass this ordinance as an
emergency so that the ordinance can be effected by January 1,
1987.
Ordinance No. 25-86, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 23-85
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1986 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses", was introduced
and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery.
A public hearing for this ordinance was scheduled for
December 3, 1986, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 86-27, "To Award The Bid For The Purchase Of
Water And Sewage Treatment Chemicals",was introduced and read
in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Following a brief discussion of bids received, Councilmember
Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 86-27.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution
No. 86-27 duly passed.
Resolution No. 86-28, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter
Into A Legal Service Contract With Bill Slocum", was introduced
and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison. Members briefly
discussed the proposed contract which would allow the transfer
of any criminal cases that the Village might have to Mr. Slocum
rather than to Mr. Drake. Mr. Drake commented at the time that he
was not a criminal lawyer and would prefer not to handle these
type cases. He has offered to have his salary cut so that funds
would be available for this.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No.
86-28. Motion seconded by Councilmember Garrett. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 86-28 duly passed.
Resolution No. 86-29, "A Resolution To Establish The Time And
Place Of A Public Hearing For The 1987 Municipal Budget",was
introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Eisenberg.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for passage of Resolution No.
86-29. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried,
Resolution No. 86-29 duly passed.
Resolution No. 86-30, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Sign
An Annexation Petition On Behalf Of The Village Of Granville",
was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Rader.
Councilmember Rader moved for passage of Resolution No.
86-30. Motion seconded by Councilmember Garrett. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 86-30 duly passed.
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Village of Granville
November 19, 1986
Page 4
Beechwood/ Thornewood -Councilmember Rader asked what the status
was on the Beechwood/ Thornewood detachment. Manager Plunkett
responded and said the County Commissioners voted on the issue
and that it is now. in the hands of the County Auditor, who will
determine whether or not the Village owes the residents any
mon ey or H* tt-re-34/ 4s*gewe-s*ther-a-p*art-¥0-wa.ef*M .r. Plunkett
said it was just a matter of waitjng until Mr. Buchanan completes
his portion of the process. XC l/t.Z,AL•U* -2.
Christmas Parade -The annual Merchant' s Association Christmas
Parade has been scheduled for December 6 this year at 3: 00 p.m..
Two members stated that they would be willing to ride in the
parade.
Bike-A-Thon -Manager Plunkett commented that the Mayor of
Newark has challenged Mayor Gallant to a match. Proceeds from
pledges made to bikers will benefit the YWCA. Members were
asked if they would like to make pledges on the match.
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Garrett. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 38 p.m..
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Clerk of Cbuncil
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Mr. Douglas E.Plunkett
Village Manager
118 South Main Street
Granville,Ohio 43023
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
P.0.Box 483 •GRANVILLE,OHIO 43023
November 24, 1986
This is a request for the Village of Granville to continue its support of the Granville Recreation
Commission (GRC) in the 1987 budget in spite of the loss of federal revenue dollars. Many
communities the size of Granville have a Parks and Recreation Department with operational
costs much more than the village' s current level of support of the GRC. The GRC performs
a valuable service for Granville citizens of all ages. We are able to provide this service in an
extremely cost-effective manner because much of the work of the GRC is performed by eighteen
commissioners and several dozen community volunteers. Our service touches the lives of almost
every Granville family because of the wide range of our activities: summer concerts, Wi Idwood
Park, sports programs, leisure learning and recreational opportunities, special programs for
high school and middle school youth, assistance for a summer theatre program, etc. Granville
is a much more attractive place to live and work because of the GRC.
This request, however, goes beyond a continuation of the same level of funding. The GRC
will also lose revenue sharing dollars provided by our township government. I have been told
that there is no way that the township will be able to replace the $2500 in annual support of
the GRC from other sources. This comes at a particularly awkward time for the GRC because
the scope of GRC activities has been rapidly increasing in response to the recreational needs
of our citizens. Wildwood Park is being developed at a cost of several thousand dollars. The
park was heavily used this autumn as the new soccer field became available. Use of the park
will continue to increase because Denison University's athletic fields are no longer available
to the GRC as the result of heavy student use and an increased number of summer campus programs.
When the GRC lost its lease of the Coffee House in 1984, we began to incur additional
expenses. It is now necessary to rent storage space (about $2000 annually) for storage of GRC
out-of-season sports equipment and Granville Players props and materials. It is also necessary
to find space for our enhanced programs for middle school students and high school students.
The quality of the summer concerts have increased but so has the expense of hiring high qual ity
bands.
Unfortunately, at the same time that these new and additional expenses were occurring,
the income produced from the GRC tax levy has remained stable. This was not a serious problem
earlier because the GRC had a substantial free balance to carry over from one year to the next.
The commissioners felt it was not in the long-range public interest to perpetuate a large free
balance each year. The free balance has been allowed to diminish (annual expenses have exceeded
revenues).Our best estimate is that the GRO will carry over a free balance of about $15,000
continuedMr.
Douglas Plunkett
age Two
into 1987, the beginning of our next fiscal year. At the end of 1987, however, the GRC estimates
that the free balance, with a continuation of village support at the $3000 level, will be reduced
to only about $6300. The $6300 is the lowest level to which we can allow the free balance to
fall to avoid cash flow problems. Without an increase in revenue, the GRC will be forced to
substantially raise users' fees and cut services. Non-revenue producing programs will be the
first to be reduced or eliminated: the GRC subsidy (through the rental of storage space) to
the Granville Players, the summer concerts,and the high school and middle school programs.
The commissioners wish to avoid curtailing these activities which add so much to the quality
of life of Granville citizens. Consequently, I am requesting that the village council not only
continue support of the GRC at the current level but also raise the level of support to $5500
for 1987 and substantially more in 1988. I do not think, however, it wise or necessary for the
village to commit to a greatly increased level of long-term support of the GRC beyond 1988.
The GRC has an active long-range planning committee (chaired by John Stephens) which, as
its first charge, is investigating alternative solutions to our fiscal problems. I expect that the
committee will probably recommend that the Granville voters decide whether or not the GRC
deserves a higher level of support not later than when the current tax levy expires in 1988.
Granville citizens have shown that when the village, the school system, the township, and the
GRC have made a strong case for increased support, additional taxes will be voted in. I expect
that the need for additional support from the village will be short-term and that the voters
will be willing to accept slightly higher taxes in order to support the GRC when asked to do
o. I will be very appreciative if you will bring this matter to the attention of the Village Council
or consideration at an early date.
PRTje/s
cc: Dr. Thomas F. Gallant, Mayor
Sincerely,
Paul R. Treece, President
Granville Recreation Commission
rdA/
GRANVILLE RECREATION COMMISSION PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 1987
1986 CARRYOVER
GRANVILLE TAX LEVY
GRANVILLE VGE. REV.
SHIRTS/ALES
PROGRAMS*
BASEBALL*
M.S. YOUTH ACT.*
M.S. SUP. CONTR.*
H.S. ACTIVITIES*
CONCERT ON THE GREEN*
4TH OF JULY
CK. INTEREST
MONEY MARKET INTEREST.
ADMINC/ONTRACT
PUBLICATIONS
ACCOUNTING
PHONE
POSTAGE
PUBLICITY
INSURANCE
MISC
STORAGE
LONG RANGE PLANNING*
GROUNDS, FACILITIESM/AINT*
DEVEL*
PUBLICITY*
SPORTS*
1987 CARRYOVER
RECEIPTS
15,000
21,000
3,000
540
5,000
7,000
1,600
1,200
150
650
4,900
60,040
1987 FIGURES WITHOUT CARRYOVER INCLUDED
PROJECTED INCOME
PROJECTED EXPENSES
NET
45,040.00
53,750.00
8,710.00)
DISBURSEMENTS
525
5,500
6,500
2,300
200
1, 000
3,200
50
11, 100
150
750
500
600
2,500
3,500
50
2,000
50
7,700
4,900
250
425
6,290
60,040
DENOTES SUBMITTED REQUEST BY COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON
NET
15,000
21, 000
3,000
15
500)
500
700)
200)
1, 000)
2,000)
50)
150
650
11, 100)
150)
750)
500)
600)
2,500)
3, 500)
50)
2,000)
50)
7,700)
250)
425)
6,290)
00
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Mayor's Court Monthly Report
October 1986
MONTH
September 1986 October 1985
Page 1 of 3 Pages.
MONTH MONTH
Ip¢IAL STATEMENT 11
1520.00 0.00
9258.00 4310.00
1670.00 702.00
11
1734.00 300.00
Total paid in refunds/overpayments: 6900.00 3687.00
Total paid to General Fund:
Balance of Bond Money remaining in Account:
PROCESSED CASES
Parking Tickets issued:
Criminal Complaints processedi
TRAFFIC CITATIONS
m=====m==============
1
i 070.00
ce of Bond Money from last month:
6001.00
Money collected for this month:
rotal paid to State(RRF& GRF):
904.00
516.00
4013.00
1638.00 1070.00 802.00
96 II8 49
rraffic Citations issued:
176 132 113
20 I 2 9
m=====
33 23 27
Excessive Speed/ Assured Clear Distance: 6 16 1
Disregard Traffic Control Device(Red Signal):
Diegard Traffic Control Device(Stop Sign): 1 l 6 2
Digard Traffic Control Device(all others): 3 1 0
2 3 3
Pibited Right Turn on Red Signal:
OMVI (Alcohol/Drugs):
5 8 1
0 0 0
Open Container/Liquor Consumption: 0 0 0
Qpn Willful/Wanton disregard for Safety: 1
0
Opn without Reasonable Control:
Fleeing a Police Officer:
0 0 0
0 2 0
Squealing Tires/Peeling/ Cracking Exhaust: 0 4 2
Permitting/or Riding/ Hanging outside vehicle: 9 8 0
U-Turn (Opposite direction/ enter parking place:
failure to Yield:
2 3 1
Equipment Violation:
3 2 0
Pedestrian Violation:
0 0 0
No Operators/ Chauffers License:
2 2 2
Opn under Suspension/ Revocation:
3 3 0
4 6 0
No otorcycle Endorsement:
0 5 1
R riction Violation:
October 1986 September 1986 October 1986
MONTH MONTH MONTH
Page 2 of 3 Pages
TRAFFIC CITATIONS(con't)
rotal Juvenile Cases referred to LCJC:
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS
8 4 2
Fa ure to File Annual Registration:
1 2 0
D lay of Illegal Plates:
1 4 0
A ther Plate/Registration Violations:
ure to stop for school bus unloading: 5 3 0
Failure to provide O.L. upon demand: 0 1 0
Prohibited thru trucks on local streets: 0 0
Failure to stop after accident involving realty: 0 0
8 4 4
Jffenses against Persons(537):
Disorderly Conduct(509):
Resisting Arrest(525.09):
lirbing the Peace(509):
7 5 0
urAbuse Control (513): Property Offenses(541):
rheft/Fraud(545): 1
dealth,Safety,Sanitation(521):
3
Obscenity/Sex Offenses(533):
Gambling Offenses(517):
Animal Offenses(505):
Weapons/ Explosives(549):
Liquor Control(529): 8 5
Weeds(551):
Obstructing Official Business: 1
1
Unruly Child (Curfew): 1
SUPPLEMENTAL NOTES
October 1986 September 1986
MONTH ==MONTH MONIll
Page 3 of 3 Pages
PARKING TICKETS
m======
V .ation#1-Double Parking:
0 0
0 2
V ation#2-Fire Hydrant Parking
26 32
V ation#3-Parking Facing Wrong Direction:
94 57
Violation#4-Parking in No Parking Zone:
Violation#5-Parking on Crosswalk: 4 2
7 4
Violation#6-Overtime Parking:
2I I 7
Violation#7-Parking 20' of Intersection:
I 0 2
Violation#8-Blocking Driveway:
Violation#9-Parking on Lawn(Sidewalk/ Curb): 1 0
Violation#10-Parked too far from Curb: 2 2
Violation#11-Parked on Sidewalk: 6 I 3
3 1
Violation#12-Parked over Diagonal lines:
0 0
Violation#13-Parked Opposite Excavation:
1 0
72 Hour Ordinance:
Handicap Parking:
0
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced (MC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
MANAGER' S REPORT
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:
1' IG )
MGD)
Oct. 1986
30. 711
0. 991
25
14. 735
0. 475
0. 018
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Sept. 1986 Oct, 1985
30. 050
1. 002
10. 198
0. 340
0. 018
29. 726
0. 959
12. 400(Est)
0. 400 (Est)
15 18 4
3 3 0
2 9 8
13 27 11
Manager' s Report
Page III
ERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance(Hot Mix-Tons)
Streets Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads)
Leaf Pickup (Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons) E
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
lfare (Hours) all Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Signs
Special Interest Items
Oct. 1986
Amount Manhours
10
3
26
1
12
14
28
2
53
240
27
40
43
443
215
1-Home )
1-Garage)
3-( 1-Addit )
1
0
2
3
Se t. 1986
Amount Manhours
2
0
n
22
Qqt. 1985 . .
Amount Manhours
1-Storage)
Shed & )
2-D(riveway )
16 7 6 0 0
3 4 6
3
8
1
1
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DATE
OCTOBER
1986
01
02
03.
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
2
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14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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24
25
26
27
28
29
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TOT.
AVG.
MAX.
IN.
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PLANT TAP OCTC MGD PERCENT OF
FLOWM-GD FLOWM-GD TOTAL FLOW
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50050 50050 P50050
0.958
1. 027
1.056
0.998
1.087
1.042
0.989
1.024
0.990
1.004
1. 062
0.941
0.990
0.970
0.963
0.940
0.907
0.914
0.929
0.984
1.011
1. 011
0.968
1.002
1.011
0.958
1.002
0.978
1. 018
1.004
0.973
30.71!
0.991
1.087
0.907
0.333
0.387
0.388
0.357
0.355
0.334
0.337
0.333
0.330
0.311
0.307
0.304
0.322
0.313
0.339
0.343
0.279
0.270
0.270
0.313
0.291
0.305
0.300
0.305
0.290
0.296
0.304
0.306
0.317
0.294
0.300
9.833
0.317
0.388
0.270
992.29
32. 01
37. 68
28.68
34.76
37.68
36.74
35.77
32.66
32.05
34.07
32.52
33.33
30.98
28.91
32.31
32.53
32.27
35.20
36.49
30.76
29.54
29.06
31. 81
28.78
30. 17
30.99
30.44
28.68
30.90
30.34
31. 29
314.!
29.28
30.83
GRANVILLE WATER CONSUMPTION
GRANVILLE DEF"T'.OF UT'ILITIES
OCTOBER 1986
DATE PRINTED 11-03-86
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P)L ACTIVITIES
01,cke£ 8 I
6 dic CUation* Illiduc
Stops Tkah#ic Vikection
Velliete Checlu
110u,8 e Check8
Suepiciou.8 pe/Mon.8
Eme44. 8 F.Ote A881*8$
O,Uter Vept. A88,0,( 8
Impoundl 6 rowing
Foot pakAOJE6,
U,uecu/ ted Buitdin48
Moto, 11.8,t A881618
pattot Timellfouu I
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
VEHICLE MILEAGE,
rUEL UTILIZED,
1
1985 CELEBRITY
1 Vehicle 1
1983 IMPALA
1 Yehictel
371. 6 GaUon8
GRMNVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
00*Mont#tty Managet,4 Repobtii*
Monh,(t SEPTEMBER |986
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pakking lickt( 8
0,h(eA Vept. A- &81«8kd
Impoundd 0 louting
Foot Vattot6-
Unjecuked Buted1£94,
Motohiat A881$8 /
rathot Time (HOU,u 1 .
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
Ad1,0, 1S.p/eclat Vetald 544
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Matt 19
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65180
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Month: OCTOBER 1985
PATROL ACTIVITIES
pak/Ung llchet&
1a-*ddic Citatio,18
Thaddic Stop8
1*a6 dic Virection
Vehicle Checks
110(Ue Checlu
St{8 ,Piclou6, Pe80*na
Emerg. 0 FULe A888£,8(
0#ta Vent. A88,6848
Impounda 8 Touting
Foot pothob
Undecuked Butedin48
Motomt A888£8£
Pattot U.me 1 Houb,8 1
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
iniuky Acciden8£
Non-In lux,/Accidenti
Inve,S,Unation8 1
1953
1 Miful
1490
1 Mde,6 1
113
49
27
193
44 1
598
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189
23
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176 132
96 Thad dic Citation8 118
55 Tkaddic S.top* 41
151 14,1&6ic Vueetion 127
4
74 Ve#ticte Chec/u 72 2
549 1(ot{8e Chec/ 18 665
11 StuvicO.(1(8 ret{801,8 20
9. Emerq. 6 F.Ute A881$ 28 I 4
5 2
3 3
171 173
27 24
54 45
360 316 357
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Non-Injur¥Accldent8 8 Non-lnjuk#Accidents 12 5
Inve8tlqation,81 Inve61£4* Uonsi
Comptainta 216 Comptaint8 208 Comptab8l£ 85
06*enSed 32 O d densU 39 0d henju 22
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reCon[/ Fe, Conq 0 feto,ty 2
Mis demeanok 5 Mudemeano/ l 12 Mademeanor 5
qu Filed: (33) Chakeu Faedt (24) Chabgea Filed, (10)
retonu 0 felony 0 Felonv 2
818£demeanok 27 Mi8 demeanok 14 818£denleanok 11
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES AVMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
AdminS.p/eciat VetaiLB 490 AdminS.p/eciat Veta8i£470
SekviCut Se* vical
Mttit I 6 Mad 41
tfand VeUveked Matt . 41 ffand Ve.Uveked Matt 39 fland Vetiveked Mate 35
funebat E6coh8,( 2 Funexat E&cob8,( 3 Funea*t E&Cot8,(
Bank Edco,418 0 Bank E8 0£48( 2 Bank Eacoh8,( 9
FUND
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
REVENUE SHAR I NG
PEISSIVE TAX
SERVICE
SEWER CONST. FUND
SEWER REPL &IMPVT
FEDERAL GRANT
WATER
SEWER
WATER CAP IMPVT
SEWER CAP IMPVT
EQUIPMENT RSVE
HILENGREEN ESCROW
SPEL ASSESSMENTS
ALL FUNDS
BALANCE
1/1/86
1111, 219
10, 391
216
16,405
0
12,326
370,342
39,331
31, 419
508)
37, 115
14,008
12, 422
117,976
6,000
16, 636
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
YTD 1986
RECEIPTS DISBURSEMENTS
520, 995 539,765
27,867 23,784
2,259 2, 402
42,541 39,463
20,913 20, 913
121,389 119,064
47, 080 413,740
29,631) 0
0 31, 419
366,393 298, 708
158,420 182,395
25,000 11, 424
0 1, 943
14, 581 45,214
237 0
18, 149 4, 611
BALANCE
10/31/86
YD lo
OJ N
92, 449
14, 475
74
19,484
0
14, 650
3,682
9,700
0
67, 177
13, 140
27, 584
10, 479
127, 344
6,237
30, 173
795,298 1., 336,195 1, 694, 845 436,649
REPORT NO.
PAGE 1
DATE. . .. -_ .
MONTH OF
RECEIPTS
107,427.99 49,435.91
13.138.65 2.922.68
J-2.=5 0 71.87 - 7 236.97
11,750.73 7,733.00
17,971.74 00
14,415.48 10,824.89
4,447.78 655.25
7r372.55 r326.98
00 .00
STATE
DEPARTMENT
DIVISION
1 CITY 6 GRANVILLE
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
4
1, ACCOUNT BALANCE
FUND DESCRIPTION AT BEGINNING 1,
i,36-
4.7. 1,-3,j-; Z. EE..S
A 1 GENERAL
B 1 STREET
J fRI 1''8 6 MISHWAY4>->-' )>41-·4-4,{- 1£4--..4 f.
B 7 REVENUE SHARING
9 8 PERMISSTVE TAX
,€: >44-IU ».-. O -]-j-- -]2, - 6 C 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND 3=
C 3 RFWAR REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT
I
E 1 WATER
F 2 SEWER
j * E.P' l WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
65 HILENGREEN ESCROW
ju
J -844
JM
51:
6.
E92 SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
F 2 EQUIPMENT RESERVE
H 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
4»GR*AN*D TOTALS4 4.*.
61,824.78
19,270.88
37,806.41
12,421.65
127,343.64
6,237.17
30,173.39
32.591.75
13.930.91
00
00
00
00
R 13
OPER 0
10/ 31/86
OCTOBER
BALANCE
DISBURSO_A..T MONTH END
64,415.18
1,586.49
234.79
00
17. 971* ZA
10'590.10
19423.80
00
00
92,448.72
14,474.84
74.05
19,483.73
00
14.650.27
3,682.23
9,699.53
00
27,239.88 67,176.65
209061.42 13.140.37
109222.15 Z7,584.26
1,942.50 10,479.15
00 127, 343.64
00 6.237.17
00 30.173.39
471,674.71 * 120,661.34 * 155,688.05 •
ENCUMBERED_
5.181.54 87,267.18
1,817.91 -1246569.3.
74.05 - 0
750.00 18,733.73
00 00 _
000 14,650.27 5 0
19,179.91
1,412.70
3,061.25
4,057.50
00
00
00 3,682.23 N .. 1
00 9 0 699.Ix
00 00
47,996.74
3
114727.67 -
24,523.01
6,421.65
127,343.
6,237.17 J
00 309173.39
436,648.00 • 35,460.81 • 401,187.19 -
00

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