Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes November 7, 1990

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
NOVEMBER 7, 1990
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m.
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Ormond
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Marshall
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Morrow
Eisenberg
Hurst
Plunkett
PUBLIC HEARING
Ordinance No. 21-90 -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.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 21-90. Public hearing closed held at 7: 34 p.m. Action on this ordinance was for old business.
MINUTES
October 17, 1990 -Regularly Scheduled Council Meeting -
Councilmember Malcuit moved to approve the minutes as cdaisrtrrieibdu.ted. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Morrow. Motion
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Ron Winrod, Ohio Power Company
Dotty Beach, Quest
Jim McCord, Superintendent,
Granville Exempted School District
Brenda Mix
Angus MacPhail, Sentinel
Ron Winrod, Ohio Power Company, appeared to speak with Council on rates for electricity service for the Village' s water and sewage disposal systems. He first passed written material for members to review, and explained status of the current contract between the Village and Ohio Power for electricity service. He advised them that the Village was no longer contract eligible and must go with the current PUCO approved rates. The Public Utilities Commission PUCO) has ruled that all public entities are to be using the filed PUCO tariff rates. He went on to note that the increase wouldn' t be all that bad if the village would install capacitors at both the water and wastewater treatment plants, thereby allowing them to use electricity more efficiently. During discussion members questioned why the capacitors weren' t installed at the time of construction at the wastewater plant. Mr. Winrod said that in the past it didn' t
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pay to be efficient with the way tariffs rates were then. A copy
of the material submitted at the meeting on this subject is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Jim McCord, Superintendent of the Granville Exempted Village
School District, appeared seeking a waiver of the Village Water Rule Section 925. 05(a) which states, " No extension of a water main shall be approved for less than the entire frontage application of the and the necessary length from the existing main to that frontage". To help show Council his reasons for the request, Mr. McCord produced a preliminary plat plan painted in color of the new Granville High School and playing fields. If approved, the extension of the existing water line would stop at the proposed stadium rather than to the edge of the property line, a savings for the school of approximately $20, 000. The School Board are in the process of acquiring another 5.+acres from Denison west of the school property. However, there are no immediate plans in the making to seek annexation of that property. He asked for Village Council to consider giving the school a waiver of Water Rule Section 925. 05(a) at the present time.
Members expressed concern about putting undue burdens on those residents to the west of the high school who might want water service sometime in the future. Decision on Mr. McCord' s request for a waiver was deferred until real numbers and costs were determined. Mr. McCord said he would get back with Council when that information is available. Site work will begin March of 1991 and construction should start by May 1, 1991.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Planning Commission -Councilmember Marshall reported on the meeting of October 18th. He stated that several small permits were reviewed and approved. The balance of the meeting covered the public hearing on the Erinwood proposal. Mr. Marshall noted the Planning Commission' s recommendation to Village Council to raepcpormovmeensdeavteiornal parts of the Erinwood proposal (a formal written was sent to Village Council last week).
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Hughes reported on the recent Recreation Commission meeting. The Commission is working roensttheir winter agenda. They have hired a contractor to build lookinrogomfos rat the shelter house, and are in the process of new ball fields.
Councilmember Rader asked about the Recreation Commission' s Budget and Mr. Hughes said he would get him a copy.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 219- 0, A"n 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". MotionCouncilmember Rader moved to adopt Ordinance No. 219-0. seconded by Vice Mayor Morrow.
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Discussion: Manager Plunkett explained his recommended
modifications to Ordinance No. 21-90. Following a brief
discussion,
Councilmember Rader moved to amend Ordinance No. 21-90 as recommended by Manager Plunkett. Motion seconded by Councilmember Malcuit. Roll call vote: Radery-es, Malcuity-es, Ormondy-es, Hughesy-es, Marshally-es, Morrowy-es, Eisenbergy-es. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 21-90 duly amended.
Councilmember Rader moved for the adoption of Ordinance No. 219-0 as amended. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Morrow. Roll call vote: Radery-es, Morrowy-es, Ormondy-es, Hughesy-es, Malcuity-es, Marshally-es, Eisenbergy-es. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 21-90 as amended duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 904- 1, T"o Create A Public Safety Review Commission To Examine The GranvilleD/enison University Security Agreement Of 1979 And To Conduct Meetings Or Hearings And Listen To Testimony As May Be Necessary, To Recommend To The Village Council And To Denison University' s President Its Findings And Recommendations Therefrom"w,as introduced, read in its entirety Canodunmcoilmveedmfboerr passage by Councilmember Hughes. Motion seconded by Malcuit.
During discussion Councilmember Marshall asked if the total membership was satisfactory with Ms. Myers. Manager Plunkett psatastseedd.yes. The motion for passage of Resolution No. 904-1 duly
Next on the agenda was the resolution to authorize the Village Manager to enter into a contract with one of the firms who submitted proposals to rewrite the village' s zoning ordinance to comply with the newly adopted Comprehensive Plan. The resolution wfeasltdeferred until the next regular meeting because most members there wasn' t enough information available to make a decision at the present time. Manager Plunkett was directed to invited the 2re0pthrefsoerntianttievervsieowfsa. ll three firms to the next meeting November
Resolution No. 904-3, To Award The Bid For The Purchase Of Water And Sewage Treatment Chemicals"w,as introduced, read in its entirety, and moved for passage by Councilmember Ormond. Motion 9se0co4-n3deddulybypCasosuendc.ilmember Hughes. Motion carried. Resolution No.
Resolution No. 904- 4, A" Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids To Construct The Replacement Storm eSenwteirreAtyt,The Granville Golf Course"w,as introduced, read in its seconded byandComuonvceildmefmorbeprassage by Councilmember Marshall. Motion Councilmember Hughes. MotioMnarshall. Motion seconded by carried. Resolution No. 90-44 duly passed.
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Vice Mayor Morrow moved that the bid for the repair of the Pearl
Street footbridge be awarded to Nuway Services, Inc.M"o.tion
seconded by Councilmember Marshall. Motion carried. This motion
will be put into resolution form and assigned a number [please
see Resolution No. 90-45].
Members of Council acknowledged receipt of the Planning
Commission' s recommendation to approve the Erinwood preliminary
plat, the approval of Phase I of the development, and the
rezoning of parcels five, seven and eight from Planned Unit
District (PUD) to Suburban Business District (SBD). A public
hearing on this recommendation was set for December 5, 1990, at
7: 30 p.m.,in Council Chambers, 105 South Prospect Street (OBC Building).
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
November 15, 1990 -Planning Commission -7: 30 p.m.
November 20, 1990 -Village Council Special Meeting -7: 30 p.m.
ADJOURNMENT
Vice Mayor Morrow moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 45 p.m..
Cldrk of codncil
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RECOMMENDATION
To:
From:
Date:
Re:
Granville Village Council
Eric S. Phillips, Zoning Inspector
November 2, 1990
Erinwood Subdivision
The Granville Planning Commission has investigated studied and the Erinwood Subdivision proposal at its last two meetings. Herbert J. Murphy and Frank B. Murphy, in submitting
the preliminary plat for Erinwood, have asked for the approval of the preliminary plat (all of the parcels)t,he approval of Phase I of the development (the eastern portion of parcel 2),and have asked for the rezoning of parcels five, seven, and eight from Planned Unit District (PUD) to Suburban Business District (SBD). Parcel Five would be limited to office and professional shops. After a public hearing on October 18, 1990 and after further deliberation on November 1, 1990, the Granville Planning Commission recommends to the Granville Village Council the approval of the Erinwood preliminary plat, the approval of Phase I of the development, and the rezoning of parcels five, seven and eight from Planned Unit District (PUD) to Suburban Business District (SBD).A roll call was taken for each of the three proposals: 1) The approval of the Erinwood Preliminary Plat - five (5) ayes to no (0) nayes; 2) The approval of the Phase I of the devlopment -five (5) ayes to no (0) nayes; and, 3) The rezoning of parcels five, seven, and eight from Planned Unit District (PUD) to Suburban Business District (SBD) f-ive (5) ayes to no (0) nayes.
I will relay to you the minutes of the November 1, 1990, Granville Planning Commission meeting next week. If you have any questions or if you need additional materials, please contact me at the Village Offices. Thank you.
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Zoning Inspector
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Village of Granville
Water &Sewage Disposal Electric Costs
Thousands
1987 1988 1989 1990
I Actual Cost V 1987 Projected Incrs
FIE1 " New Rate No PF Corr New Rate W\PF Corr
2,
65 East Main Street
P. 0. Box 760
Newark. OH 43055-0760
Mr. Douglas Plunkett
Village of Granville, Chio
118 S. Main Street
Granville, aH 43023
September 29, 1987
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
0H0
POWER
In March, 1982, an agreement was signed between the Village
of Granville and Ohio Power Campany cavering electric service for the
water works and sewage disposal systems of the Village. This
agreement was for an initial period of five (5) years fran and after
the lit day of April, 1982, and thereafter for not more than five
5) additional periods of cne (1) year each; provided that either
party may terminate the agreement at the end of the initial period or
any additional period by giving not less than 180 days written notice
to the other party.
During the six years this agreement has been in effect, mlmerous
factors have influenced the cost of operating our business. Through
careful review, we have determined the rates charged to
municipalities under our existing MWWMS/D Agreements do nat
accurately reflect the cost of providing such service.
In order to accurately reflect the cost of providing electrical
service in today's ecanamy, we are in the process of cancelling,
within the terms and conditions of the contract, all/MSD
Agreements and providing service under terms of the appropriate Puco
approved rate.
This letter is to serve as notice of Ohio Power Oampany's irrterrt to
cancel the existing MWWMS/D Agrempnt effective March 31, 1988.
Enclosed is information which explains the estimated effect this
change in rates will have on your annual cost for electric service to
each point presently served under the existing MWWME/D Agreement.
In order to assist the Village, the Campany is proposing the
following phasein- for the accolmt which is expected to increase by
more than $1,000.00 and over 33- 1/ 3%as ccaTpared to the present
annual billing. The increase for the first year will be held to
oneth-ird the difference between the billing based on your present
contract and the appropriate filed PUCO tariff. During the second
year, the increase will be held to twoth-irds of this difference, and
for the third year your billing will be based on the appropriate
filed PU00 tariff.
September 29, 1987
Mr. Douglas Plunkett
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In the near future you will be contacted by Mr. Richard D.
Dougherty, who will explain the specifics of the PU00 approved rates
and answer any questions. Should you have any questions which require
limnediate attention, please contact Mr. Dougherty at 3494-020 or Mr.
Jeffrey W. VanDine at 3494-011.
Sincerely,
P
0644f-r 9-=1 17/ 0- 9 Earl F. Hawkins
Division Manager
EFHJ/WVj 1/0
enclosure
cc: Richard D. Dougherty
Jeffrey W. VanDine
EXISTING
CEIIVERY
POINIS
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
TUrAL
INCREASE
C/FIBENr
REVENUE
28442
27417
218
188
3127
349
260
60001
PROPOSAL TO THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
Rlasein- to Rim filed tariffs.
YEAR ENDING
March 1989
32745
34206
209
175
3770
587
255
71947
19.91%
YEAR ENDING
March 1990
37049
34206
209
175
3770
587
255
76251
5.98%
YEAR ENDING
March 1991
41353
34206
209
175
3770
587
255
80555
5.64%
Not eligible for phasein- .
Note: PUCO filed tariffs are subject to PU00 modification frum time to time.
Below are the projections of billing changes presented to Granville in
1987. Projections were based on electrical consumption over the 12 months
prior to August 1987.
In 1987 Delivery point A was eligible for a three year phase in.
Delivery Point
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Current
Revenue
28, 442
27, 417
218
188
3, 127
349
260
60, 001
Year Ending
March 1989
32,745
34,206
209
175
3,770
587
255
71,947
Year Ending
March 1990
37,049
34,206
209
175
3,770
587
255
76,251
Year Ending
March 1991
41, 353
34, 206
209
175
3,770
587
255
80, 555
Below are the billing changes that will occur due to the Municipal being placed accounts on the PUCO approved tariffs. Projections are based on the
electrical consumption over the past 12 months, ending September 1990.
Delivery
Point
A
Location
Water Treatment
Plant
Waste Water
Plant
Sunset Hill
Newburg St.
Columbus Rd.
Broadway t.,West
Cedar St.
Current
Revenue
23,937
23, 237
308
195
3, 170
775
305
51,927
New Rev.w/ 0
Power Factor
Correction
33, 084
26,224
311
190
3, 641
749
298
64,497
There are four other accounts (2 on NewarkG- ranville Rd 1 on Lancaster Rd.)that are unaffected by this change. revenue for these 4 accounts is $3957.
New Revenue W/
Power Factor
Correction
29,833
24,443
311
190
3, 641
749
298
59,465
1 on Burg St., &
The combined
Th1e2,5e7le1c t(2r2ic.5b%ill)s to the waterse/wage facilities will increase a total of without power factor correction and $7,538 (13.5%)with
power factor correction.
The current projections are significantly lower than the 1987 projects due Wtoataer loPwlaerntu.se of electricity at the Water Treatment Plant and the Waste
B
C
D
E
F
G

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