Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes October 18, 1989

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 18, 1989
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Eisenberg called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Hughes
Councilmember Malcuit
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Morrow
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Schnaidt
Eisenberg
Munro
Plunkett
Councilmember Morrow moved to excuse absentee member Rader.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes. Motion carried.
MINUTES
October 4. 1989 -Reqular Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery
moved that the minutes be approved as corrected. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Malcuit. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Brenda Mix
Rick Bline
Dan Freytag
Pete Marshall
Orville Orr
No comments, questions
MAYOR' S REPORT
Larry Lafferre
Marc Shulman
Richard Salvage
Rose Wingert
or concerns were voiced at this time.
The Mayor' s Report for the month of September was presented and
reviewed. Mayor Eisenberg noted that Steve Cartnal, Police Chief,
compiled some statistics on alcohol and alcohol related arrests
and charges in the Village from 1985 to present.
Following review of the Mayor' s Report the Clerk was directed to file the report. A copy of that report is hereby
attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the
Manager Plunkett reviewed the
month of September was presented.
report with members.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
October 18, 1989
Page 2
Councilmember Morrow asked Manager Plunkett if he had
scheduled any repairs for Thresher and Burg Streets. Mr. Plunkett
responded and said no but was considering item these two streets as a for next years capital improvements.
Following review and discussion, Vice Mayor Schnaidt moved
that the Manager' s Report be approved. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. A copy of that report is
hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Malcuit reported on the
meeting of October 11th. Ms. Malcuit did not elaborate on the one application reviewed at that meeting. She did however report that
the Commission talked about the proposed newspaper tubes the
Advocate wishes to install on rural mail box posts within the
Village limits, and whether "The Advocate" printed on the
newspaper tubes constitutes an advertising sign. Consensus of the
Development Commission was to request that the Village Law Director look into this issue.
Ann Munro, Village Law Director, responded at this time and
stated that the newspaper tubes as proposed would be within the definition of a sign, and would prepare a written opinion for the
Development Commission.
Ms. Malcuit reported that the Commission talked about fences
and landscaping regulations and hope to have something prepared
soon to present to Village Council. Also, Chairman Al Davison
recommended a future joint worksession with Village Council.
Comprehensive Planning Committee -Councilmember Morrow reported
that Woolpert Consultants presented the Committee with a map identifying existing land uses in the community. Members were to
review the map and note any corrections needed on the map. Mr.
Morrow commented that there were numerous errors on the map. He
said the map will only be at the Village Hall for a limited time
and asked members to stop by the Village Hall and look at the map and make any notations, corrections, etc.,on it and to please initial it. Mr. Morrow said the map was to be overlaid with proposed uses.
OLD BUSINESS
Refuse Collection/Recycling -Members discussed the proposal
submitted by Johnson Disposal for an exclusive franchise for residential waste removal and recycling program.
Discussion centered on whether the Village really wanted to grant an exclusive franchise for hauling trash at this time.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
October 18, 1989
Page 3
Councilmember Morrow was against eliminating competition and
stated that he would like to set a public hearing on this issue
to solicit public opinion.
Vice Mayor Schnaidt said he would like to see a survey
distributed in the water bills to see what the public thinks
about such a proposal.
Law Director Munro noted that there are many people now in
the Village who are not on the public water system.
Councilmember Hughes liked the idea of a truck once a week
collecting trash instead of five days a week. He also like the
recycling component and felt that this would be a good
opportunity to get people in a recycling frame of mind.
Councilmember Avery stated that he would like to see what' s
out there with a recycling component.
Johnson Disposal representatives Eric DeHays, and Mark
Finney were on hand to answer any questions Council may have.
Consensus of Council was to request proposals from other
interested companies with a recycling component and costs, and to
get a survey out to the community before making a decision.
NEW BUSINESS
Ormond Appeal -Council received a written letter of appeal from
the Ormonds on the Development Commission' s decision that their
application for a Zoning Amendment be denied.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for November 15,
1989, at 7: 30 p.m.,on the Ormond' s appeal.
Resolution No. 89-45, "To Award The Bid For The Reconstruction Or
Relining Of Sanitary Sewers In Chapin Place",was introduced,
read in its entirety and moved for passage by Councilmember Morrow.
A brief explanation of the insituform process was explained
by Mayor Eisenberg. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hughes.
Motion carried. Resolution No. 89-45 duly passed.
Mayor Eisenberg noted that from time to time the Village receives
donations. He said the issue has been brought up that when donation is made to a a specific department such as the Police
Department, should the donation go into the Police Fund or should it go into the General Fund.
Consensus of Council that all donations should go into the General Fund.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
October 25. 1989. at 7: 30 p.m. Development Commission Meeting
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
October 18, 1989
Page 4
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Morrow moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilmember
Hughes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8:20 p.m..
Atest:
1-420-5588C#i2/:314264&6 Clerk of Council Af Mayor
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAYOR' 9 COURT MONTHLY REPORT
BALANCE OF BOND MONEY FROM LABI HON1H
TOTAL COLLECTED FOR 11 1 I !3 1-111.'}1 111 : - ... ___.
TOTAL PAID TO STATE (RRF &ORF ):.___._.
TOTAL PAID IN REFUNDS/OVERPYHTS:_.____
TOTAL PA ID 10 GENERAL FUND:_. __
BALANCE OF BOND HOHEY IN ACCOUNI:
CASES GENERATED BY GRANVILLE POLICE DEPT.
CASES PROCESSED IN MAYOR' S COURT
CASES TRANSFERRED FROM MAYOR' S COURT
TRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED
EXCESS I VE SPI.I[ED: - - .___... .. .
ASSURED CLEAR DISTANCE:
DISREGARDING RED SIGNAL:____.
DISREGARDING STOP SIGH:
DISREGARDING OTHER TRAFFIC CONTROL:
PROHIBITED RIGHT TURN ON RED SIGNAL:_
ONVI (ALCOI IOL/DRUGS ) :
OPEN CONTAINER/LIQUOR CONSUMPTION:
WILLFUL/WANTON DISREGARD FOR SAFETY:
OPERATING W/0 REASONABLE CONTROL:____.
FLEEING A POLICE OFFICER:___.
SQl.IEE1( ,.I. I'I·G '1 1 REF.9 1/:7:I.:il Ill(3 /3 1(: 1Al l.I: ·:111\(3 li. X 1 1 :
PERMITTING/RIDING/HANGING OUT OF VEH:
ULTURN (OPP DIRECTION/ENTER PARKING):
SePL.1. 89
MONIN
865. 00
190. 00
2, 3 0 2. 00.
7.,787. 5
9-55. 00
4
1-----
L.--.-
Aug1.- 81-
MONTH
Sept.8'8
MONTH
1, 028. 00
5, 882. 00
952. 00
248. 00
4, 942. 00
768. 00
PAGE 1
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
45
8
64
17
2, 132. 00
9, 285. 00
2, 082. 00
2, 988. 00
5.L48-.2100
865. 00
11
47
8
TRAFFIC CIIATIONS: 103 153
PARKING TICKETS:
57 52
52 30
CRIMINAL COMPLAINl S:
142
52
30
8
66
46
73
93
TRAFFIC CITATIONS:
PARKING TICKETS:
57
CRIMINAL COHPLAINTS:
8
CASES DISMISSED:
GUILTY WA I VEI:;1: 3 (PYI'l , (.11.11 (2)1:: 3 1(.IR'(I )R
38
CASES APPEARING IN COURT:-
79
TO LICKING COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT: 1
TO JUVENILE COURT:
36
2
3
3
61
4
20
10
5
8
3
l
I 2
1, 1
Sept. 1.8.9 - Ang.8'9':"' Rept.8'8
1., 11 11,1 Ill Ill)NI111:'41 " MONTH
TRAFFIC CITATIONS PROCESSED (CON' T)
FAILURE TU YFILD: 3
EQUIPMEN 1 VI (1.1.Al l (1.11: 5 8 3
PEDIESTR I AN V ]l}l .A 1 1 1 11\1 :
NO OPERATORS/CHAUFFI RS LICENSE: 2
OPN UNDER SUSPENSION/ PI-VOCA[ ri4: 2
NO MUTORCYCLE. ENDOI(GE. HI-NI: 2 2
RES IRICTI 01'1 VI IJL A I I UN:
REGISTRATTIJN,r l Illl: VIl 11.< 11( 11.1: 2 6
LEAVINO TllIE 81:ENI€ IJF AI'l ALCII)El·It:
FAI LURE 10 Slor r Ok SCHOOL DUS :
IMPROPER rASS ING, 2
ALL 0 11 IERS: 3
CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS PROCESSED
ANIMAL UrrhNSES:
DISORDEP,1-7' CONDUCl/PUDLZG ]NINX: 6
DISTURBING 1 HF PFACF: 2 6
DRUG ABUSE/r'lle;HIE:gE;ION: 2
GAMBLING OFF r.1-1911{4 :
6*E*R**NG: Depositing of Garbage J...
FALSIFICATTON: 5.-
FA I LURE TO kb POR 1 0 1,711 HI :
OBSCRUC1 TNG OFFICIAl DUSINFSS:
FAIl URE 1(-}Ar I) A 1-1'(1.I-l, r 1)1 r Ic; I·l.·::
OBSIRUCIING JUS11(: 1-:
RESIGl ING AkkE.141 : 4
SALE 01 Al COHOL 10 A HI HOR u
I·IT St-F(Er-1'-1( 51:1·ll i')I 11) 1·1 : 7 2
l]F' E?14 l ().1'' 1 I n l l.11 1 ( 1 ,1[ <-I) '1 1 131. 1 t.,1 1 tif 2 1%. : 11 8
GF.XIIi'W. lili f}'. ill lf)1' 1.
PUBLTC [HF 1.INCY :
VOYEl JR 1 1 :I'l :
IMPORIUN] illi:
ASSAUI T :
A(fl;tlfVAIL T) 1'11 -1, 11 1{ lilli:I ll I'l,V, l Idf ; :
F.1,11A)(l'1' 19F:r:Tl.111 1-,lili T)lkl ll:
1 El.Er.l If.N}E 11(Oll'I U)9'31 IF Ill:
1J)I('llS 1 I l.J '2 1 111.1 11\ (t- :
ARSON:
CRIN INAL DAMAC ; ]NO
CllII·1Ill<11 1·11$ 11; 111[ 1 :
CRIH] NAL 1RFSPASS: 2 4
PE. IlY IHErl:
UNAU111(11-(I71:1) 1!S;li 111' r' 1(f Ir' 1-11 y /vi i II i :1 1-
PASSING BAD 1(I:r CT S: 3
REL'1. '.IVINCi (3 I I(L..1 14 1 '1 41 11' 1 -1<l 'c':- ..
CARRP T NO A CONCEnl r D Ell APON n
IMPROPFILI.r ' HANDLING rliff-c )1 ,1'1 ZN HV:
DISCHANG[1,Ill WE Al '(Il J'6 :
r ' 1< [ # 2 '
RIMINAL COMPLAIN'TB PROCESSED (CON 'T )
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:
V I 0 1#2 -D-Ol.1Bl .EE PAP,I :ZE I) : ,........_.
VIO #13P-ARKED UPON BRIDG._EO/..V.E R..P.A.S..S.M.._ , .._.
VIO #14-PARKED IN ROADWAY "-1·IAZAFRD: .._
VIO #15-PARKED W/IN 1OFT OF FIRE HYD:
SUMMONS ISSUED FOR FAILURE TO PAY:
1.1
13
2
8
MONTH
1 9,„S>l'l..ti:!.>2·.·· ·
Aug. '89if,]Sept:8'8 Atif:1{, .
MONI1,9,i*{{% :' j , MONT.H L
3: " t.i
1/ 4 L\9,'.i
PAGE 3
1,
FIREWORKS VIOLATIONS:
ALL :OTHER VIOLATIONS:
Failed to Appear
Possession of Alcohol
5
3
1
I 3
I 4
5
R
24
I 3
2
4
3
3
2
Q
1
2
2
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Alcohol and Alcohol- Related Arrests/Charges***
Alcohol Offenses:
Offense
OMVI
Open Container
Misrepresentation
Disorderly Conduct/
Public Intoxication
False ID Offenses
1985 1986
6 45
3 21
14
Undera-ged Posession,
Purchasing, Drinking 1 12
Total Alcohol Offense 37
Charges
Total Persons Charged
with all Offenses
Alcohol Offense
Charges
9 161
42%
Alcohol- Related Offenses:
53%
1987
47
30
7
201
1988
60
19
14
7 116
48%
242
48%
1989(Sept.)
43
36
16
160
214
75%
An alcohol related offense would be an offense which was
committed because the offender was under the influence at the
time of the offense or any offense which was committed
because of a direct relationship to alcohol use or abuse. For
example, we see many minor offenses, such as criminal
trespass, committed every year where the offenders are
obviously under the influence. In many such cases, one could
safely speculate that the offense would not have been
committed had the person' s judgement and ability to make
sound decisions not been clouded by the effects of alcohol.
There are other cases where the offender was definitely under
the influence of alcohol, but it appears from the
circumstances that the offense would have been committed
anyway if this were not the case. However, this is, again,
speculation. Because of this, it is difficult to come up with accurate figures on alcohol-related offenses.
1
Y
2
6 4 4 0 8
0 0 1 1 9
8 22 48
86 9
8
Based on speculation and an educated guess, a police
administrator should be able to give a fairly accurate
estimation of the number of offenses which are alcoholrelated,
though. By subtracting the alcohol offenses broken
down above from the total offenses for each year, looking at
what other charges were filed, and taking into account the
nature of calls where different charges are usually filed, I
have come up with a conservative estimate of alcohol related
offenses of about 25%. That means one out of every four
persons charged with an offense other than an alcohol offense
were charged because a direct relationship to alcohol use or
abuse. Offenses like Disturbing the Peace, Vandalism,
Criminal Damaging, Criminal Mischief, Assault, and Resisting
Arrest are almost always alcohol- related offenses in
Granville. On the other hand, offenses like Theft, Burglary,
Robbery, Passing Bad Checks, and Permitting Dogs to Run At
Large are rarely, if ever, alcohol-related.
Persons Charged w/
All offenses
Persons Charged w/
Alcohol Offenses
Persons Charged w/
non- Alcohol Offenses
25%of non- Alcohol
Offenses
Total Offenses not
Alcohol or Alcohol-
Related
not Alcohol or
Alcohol- Related
Which are Alcohol
or Alcohol- Related
1985 1986 1987
89 161
43%
57%
201
5 104
35%
65%
1988 1989(Sept.)
242
7 116
39%
61%
126
214
160
39% 19%
61% 81%
The figures on the percentage of alcohol and alcohol- related
offenses vary quite a bit from year to year, with this year
obviously being the worst in the last five. This year alone,
81%fewer people would have been arrested and/ or charged, appeared in court, payed f ines, spent time in jail, and
created criminal histories for themselves that may haunt them the rest of their lives, had alcohol not been available.
That's 174 people in one small town only in one year, which is 3/4 over, who would not have had the problems they did
t
37 86 9
52 7 54
13 19 26 32 14
39 56 78 94 40
if it were not for alcohol use. If alcohol is always
available, but people start learning to use it more
responsibly and it becomes less "socially acceptable" to "tie
one on",we could drop these figures drastically.
Steve Cartnal
Chief of Police
t
WATER DEPARTMENT
MANAGER' S
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 (DT)
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Sept. 1989
24. 39
813
2
12. 08
403
7. 5
M# '
.Ilg:t' '
REPORT
Aug. 1989
22. 221
717
8, 906
287
6. 5
Sept. 1988
26. 892
896
4
10. 051
335
5. 3
Fixed 4" main break at Denison. -
Denison University broke and repaired 3" water service line.
No permit violations at Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Conducted smoke test on West College and determined storm sewers on
Thresher Street and Burg Street empty into sanitary, sewers.
Fixed water service break on West Broadway.
Note:
MG) -
MGD) -
DT) ·-
Million Gallons
Million Gallons Per Day
Dry Tons
i
43 63 26
0 1 0
10 7 3
31 34 46
1 New Signs
Signs Replaced
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
Salt Water
gallons)
Trash Pickup
Shop and Offices
cleaned
Backhoe Worked
Days)
Berm Work (Tons-
Gravel)
Street, Curb, and
Guardrail Painting
Other Projects
See Attachment)
Call Out
ZQNINQ
16
12
MANAGERS REPORT:
PAGE 3 SERVICE DEPARTMENT
September 1989 August 1989
4%4"46
1 'it'.
.."i:,/':{ 'i.''
ff"it:21:*' 4:.,
17 211f*.,,·.· "
September 1988
Amount Manhoura Amount Manhoura Amount Manhours
2 4 12 t '*
5 8 24 2
1
All
16. 5 103
32
105 34
15
30
120
52
2
123
590
24. 5
4
120
1 1
all
7
Building Permits 2 10
Remodeling Permits 1 2
Sidewalk Permits 0 0
Demolition Permits 0 0
Sign Permits 0 4
aPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS Vehicle Maintenance
Community Service -
Welfare Workers-
16
1
18
40
22
32
25
748
3
6
208
104
52
168 Hrs.
34 Hrs.
35 Hrs.
20
144
75
0 4 I;
6
60
29
32
16
16 1
4
12
66
35
50
2
1
All
4
42
9
2 16
20 56
10 15
11 283
8 84
8
2
0
0
1
Mt' :
1
OTHER PROJECTS SEPTEMBER 1989
1) Power washed and painted outside of Service
Department Building
2) Set out and picked up barricades
3) Removed down limbs from storm
4) Worked on West Broadway storm sewer
5) Removed tree at 203 N. Plum &212 E. Elm
6) Hauled Gravel for stockpile
7) Removed deadwood in tree at College &Granger
8) Pushed back dump site
9) Marked parking spaces to repaint
10) removed stump and repaired walk at 212 E. Elm
11) Misc. concrete work
12) Seed and Strawed Misc. areas
13) Looked at wiring on traffic signal
14) Put out and picked up hoses in middle of town
15) Worked on Granger storm sewer
16) Assisted BPS with traffic control to
install ralumac
Total Hrs
94' Hrs
12 Hrs
16 Hrs
232 Hr£3
66 Hrs
6 Hrs
4 Hrs
4 Hrs
12 Hrs
24 Hrs
34 Hrs
16 Hrs
2 Hrs
1 Hr
24 Hrs
43 Hrs
590 Hrs.
1,
11
PATROL ACTIVITIES
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:
OMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Non- Injury Accidents:
Injury Accidents:
Complaints Invstgtd:
Offenses '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:
VI/ TOTAL ADMIN:
10
5
301
66
82
41
66
0
1
572
Granville Police Department
Monthly Report***
September 1989
Quantity Time
5093
57
103
23
64
63
47
5
616
176
53
B9
28
15
681
9
7122
89
23
77
60
56
163
0
42
21
182
713
4.68
17.28
3.05
13.30
19.43
4.76
2.50
2.08
80
80
32.83
11.56
2.61
27.96
1.96
529.23
674.83
6.48
6.55
61.06
11.01
51.35
13.38
9.41
0
16
159.40
42.18
5.63
18.41
5.60
18.75
280.31
0
7.05
5.78
40.53
424.24
September. 1989
August 1989 September
Quantity Time Quantity
6478
53
153
84
102
27
36
3
697
199
78
119
16
11
1077
20
9153
11
1
225
36
51
22
108
24
77
78
87
B6
2
61
8
156
687
43
0
1
390
2.62
25.50
12.78
18.50
9.17
4.22
33
3.02
62
92
37.35
8.93
2.77
37.28
1.98
495.95
661.93
6.95
0
51.62
12.85
27.53
8.72
5. 17
0
17
113
39.87
5.75
13.15
6.27
23.67
186.20
2.42
4.42
1.55
40.85
324.13
3030
47
77
47
56
55
62
3
344
110
56
130
20
15
1038
5
5095
7
1
207
23
83
13
6
0
5
345
52
6
43
37
79
84
4
98
5
153
561
1988
Time
2.52
11.25
3.98
15.70
14.25
2.50
1.25
1.23
70
1.82
23.10
1.73
2.15
31.27
25
383.93
497.63
2.97
83
34.25
12.08
48.02
3.10
1.70
0
0
102.95
29.32
1.83
12.68
3.58
22.62
62.73
08
6.77
87
26.32
166.80
FLEET USAGE
Fuel Utilized:
Total Mileage:
VEHICLE:
87 Ford LTD
88 Ford LTD
89 Ford LTD
Steve Cartnal
Chief of Police
Granville Police Department
Monthly Report***
September
549.80
5464
1989
Odometer
75709
9902
18575
August
661
7276
f, It:
September 1989
1989 September 1988
Miles
1254
767
3443
334.80
3030
1
1
STATEVI R 13
DEPARTMENT PAGE 1 OPER 0
DIVISION DATE 09/30/89
LliY bRANVILLE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER
St MONTHLY FUND REPORT
ACCOUNT BALANCE BALANCE
7 FUND DESCRIPTION AT BEGINNING RECEIPTS DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
St
, H-1 lotIVENAL 6--,1 5, 9.Y4 121, 788·00 76,291.58 408.656.99 50,728.73 357,928.26
5"
A 2 MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESERVE 40.000.00 00 00 40,000.00 00 40,000.00
B 1 STREET 8,263.48 5,197.81 3,195.77 10,265.52 2,063.31- 8,202.21-
c B .1 HibHWAY 676.44 24.02 250. 10 442.96 00 446.96
B 8 PERMISSIVE TAX 00 00 00 00 25,980.00 25.980.00-
C 1 DEBT SERVICE 65,458.19 9,965.17 10,267.92 65, 155.44 00 65, 155.44
L 2 SEWER LUNSIKULllUN HUND 226,900.76 1. 032.98 JO 227, 933.74 95.529.47 132,404.27
C 3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT 93.986. 19 iz.1.92 00 96.708.11 6,000.00 90,708.11
D 3 OWDA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 00 00 00 00 248,778.00 248,778.00-
A I ER 48, 991. 16 34.265.05 20,582.30 56,669. 91 12.555.35 44, 114.56
E 2 SEWER 30.690. 17 18,809.24 14, 413.29 35,086. 12 16.455.45 18.630.67
E 6 SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND 37,414.09 10,491.54 00 47.905.63 00 47,905.63
E--E7bEWER DEBI SERVICE RESERVE 1-UND 162.446.40 1, 267.91 00 163. 714. 31 00 103, 714.31
E91 WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 7, 035.41 132.600.00 00 139. 635.41 00 139,635.41
5 E92 SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 4,039.65 00 00 4,039.65 00 4,039.65
J2 EULI I PMENT RESERVE 161 69.80 00 00 161, 269.80 C)0 161,269.80
3 G 5 HILENGREEN ESCROW 7, 400. 15 00 00 7.400. 15 00 7,400.15
H '1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 22,652.67 13,936.77 418.11 36,171.33 00 - r r .36,171.33
GRAND TOTALS ***1.*280,086.50 * 352,401.64 * 131. 429.07 *1. 501.059.07 * 458,090.31 *1. 042.968.76 *

Employee Payroll / Compensation

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