Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes July 17, 1996

VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
COUNCIL MEETING MINUIES
JULY 17,1996
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Marshall convened the meeting at 7:05 p.m.
ROLL CALL
Those responding to the roll call were:
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember McGowan
Councilmember Montgomery
Vice Mayor Freytag
Mayor Marshall
Law Director Hurst
Manager Plunkett
Councilmember Eisenberg moved to excuse absentee Councilmember Bellman.
Seconded by Vice Mayor Freytag. Motion carried.
It was noted that Councilmember Bennett would be late.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
A public hearing was held on Ordinance No. 159- 6,A "n Ordinance To Amend
Section 1137.01 OfThe Codified Ordinances OfThe Village OfGranville."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 15-96. The public hearing closed at 7:05 p.m.
A public hearing was held on Ordinance No. 16-96,A "n Ordinance To Amend
Section 1139.05 OfThe Codified Ordinances OfThe Village Of Granville."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 16-96. The public hearing closed at 7:06 p.m.
A public hearing was held on Ordinance No. 179- 6,A "n Ordinance For Establishing
A Six 6( )Month Moratorium On The Issuance Of Certain Building Permits,With Possible Renewal OfSix 6( )Additional Months IfNecessary,Providing For The Review OfThe Comprehensive Plan OfThe Village."
Sara Goss Norman,an attorney from Cleveland,Ohio,spoke on behalf of Ordinance No. 179-6. She stated that the ordinance is not stopping development,it is putting it off until the master plan can be addressed. She stated that moratoriums have been successful in several cities in Ohio,including Bexley twice,which has not been challenged. She stated that Granville has unique qualities which deserves attention,and she encouraged Council to support the ordinance.
Councilmember Eisenberg stated that he had asked Ms. Norman on June 19 who was paying her attorney fees and she had been unable to answer. He asked if she could reveal that information at this time.
Ms. Norman responded that payment offees does not constitute an attorneyc/lient relationship,and that she had talked to several residents ofthe Village. She stated that Steve Larson was paying her fees.
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Dorothy Garrett of Donald Ross Drive stated that she was to opposed the Ordinance.
She stated that the Comprehensive Plan was adopted in December of 1990 following months
of discussion. She stated that since that time,the zoning code has been strengthened and the
sign code has been rewritten after months of work. She stated that a number of property
owners had asked for the rezoning of property on Cherry Valley Road and after careful
consideration,the request had been granted. During that time there were public hearings on
the issue. Council held joint meetings with the township well before the Keny annexation
issue was brought up. She stated that anyone who has built in Granville will agree that the
process is not done in haste. She stated that if residents did not participate in the Compressive
Plan in 1990,why not?She stated that if people have just moved to the community,why
didn't they read and participate to get an understanding ofthe zoning ordinances. She stated
that a moratorium would leave the village open to law suits.
Art Morrow of Mt. Parnassus stated that he was speaking on behalf of Herb and Frank
Murphy ofNorthtowne Properties. He stated that he had served on Council for four years and
was on Council in 1989 when east Granville was annexed. He stated that at the time,when
east Granville was annexed,the City of Newark was proposing to annex that same portion of
land. The citizens of east Granville came to Council and asked Granville to take them in. The
annexation was approved. During that time period,the Murphys were the largest land and they had the option owners, of going to Granville or Newark. After the annexation,the public
wanted Granville's 1964 Comprehensive Plan updated. The Murphys'took on a self imposed
moratorium and took no action to develop their land for a year and a half,to allow the Village
time to come up with a development plan for the area. He stated that the Murphys have
followed Granville's Plan and have spent thousands of dollars to expand the sewer and water lines. They have been good corporate clients and cooperated with the Village. The Murphys
did not develop to the full density in the areas on Newark- Granville Road. He stated that he
realized the citizens were sincere in their request for no growth,however if that was the
attitude Granville had,alot ofthe residents in favor of the moratorium wouldn't be here today.
He stated that in his opinion,the legislation is invalid,unconstitutional,wrong and offensive.
He stated that Council could appoint a committee to discuss the comprehensive plan but should wait until after the merger issue is resolved.
Clifton Crais of 234 North Pearl Street stated that the people behind the moratorium
are the 600 plus people who signed the petition that had been presented to Council. He stated that in his opinion,the Comprehensive Plan is no longer a living document. He stated that he finds it ironic that developers are now turning to the Comprehensive Plan as their guide and bible.
Carl Wilkenfeld stated that he moved here in 1980 with his wife and daughter. Since that time,his wife passed away and is now buried in the Maple Grove Cemetery. He stated that he plans to be in Granville now and until the planet explodes. He stated that he is the one who started the moratorium and not Steve Larson. He stated that everything being said about Steve Larson is a bunch ofgas,and people should not be demonized.
Mr.Wilkenfeld became very emotional and was asked by Council not to shout. After a brief argument,Mr. Wilkenfeld took a seat and spoke no more.
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Julia Brody of Burg Street stated that she would like to underscore Mr. Crais's
comments. She stated that she supported the comments of Mr. Wilkenfeld,but in a more
peaceful way. She stated that the citizens are not trying to deprive developers but are asking
for a little time for village input.
Fleur Metzger of 81 Maplewood Drive,read a section out of a travelers guide about
Granville. She stated that she has passed petitions and is concerned with where Granville is
headed.
Nancy Recchie stated that she has worked for 20 years full time in historic
preservation,and that she did attend the comprehensive plan meetings. She stated that in her
opinion,the master plan is a general guideline and perhaps it's time for a serious relook. She
stated that the moratorium would allow time for development of constructive,positive
guidelines and would not hurt developers.
Tom Mitchell of Maplewood Drive stated that he was concerned from an
environmental view. He stated that the environmental impact after building is a concern. He
stated that the issues of adequate capacities need to be addressed because of the need to
prepare and look at the future of the community. He stated look that Council should stop and take a at those issues.
Judith Thomas apologized to Council,past and present,because she was a"sleep at the
wheel". She stated that she was concerned there was a possibility that Council may feel
supporting the moratorium was a criticism of the job Council has done but,it is not intended
that way. She stated that people who serve on commissions and Council are very dedicated
people. She stated that lately,events in Granville have been moving very quickly. She stated
she supports the moratorium not because she doesn't want to see growth or development,but
to make sure Granville gets what it wants. She stated that she wanted to see Granville kept a friendly place for pedestrians and in her opinion,this was an opportunity to stop and think and work with everyone who has a concern. She stated too,that dumping on people was not a useful way to operate.
Keith Newhouse stated that he was against the moratorium and that Cherry Valley Road was a busy street that should have development to get money for the schools. He stated that everyone eats at Bob Evans and that Bob Evans has bent over backwards trying to come up with an acceptable plan for Granville. He stated that many people have been talking about a"New Englands"tyle but every house in New England was different. He stated that he agreed with Art Morrow's comments.
Ed Vance of 248 Thomwood Drive stated that the area in question e (ast Granvillei)s, dedicated commercial. He stated that the main question was the style,quality,an overall layout ofthe possible development in the area. He stated that there are approximately ten proposals for the area and very few are for allowable uses. Cindy Cort ofNewark Granville Road stated that she lived in the township and would ilnikpeutto. see the village postpone the issues long enough to give township residents time for
Charles Metzger of 81 Maplewood Drive,stated that he felt that if something was not done right,you should go back and correct it. He stated that the Murphys have done a good job but any more development would add to the traffic atWendys C(herry Valley Road)H.e
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stated that the moratorium was not trying to hold back the inevitable,but was tying to make
sure it is the right development for Granville.
Lyn Robertson stated that she has worked with the zoning code and the master plan at
great length. She stated that at times,there are two conflicting positions. She stated that she
felt the master plan and zoning ordinances need to be looked at to see that they conform with
one another.
Constance Barsky stated currently Disney is spending millions of dollars to build a
community similar to Granville. She stated that the community would like time to look at the
comprehensive plan and find out what Granville needs. She stated that the legal issues will
always be with us and we should just do the best we can with it.
The public hearing closed at 7:50 p.m.
A public hearing was held on Ordinance No. 18-96,A "n Ordinance To Amend
Section 509.02c( )5,09.03 a( )1(),a ()2()A,nd a( )5()5,09.03 e( )5,09.05 c( )5,09.09 b( )5,21. 08
g), and 529.07 (d)Of The Codified Ordinances OfThe Village Of Granville."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 18-96. The public hearing
closed at 7:51 p.m.
A public hearing was held on Ordinance No. 199- 6,A "n Ordinance To Amend
Ordinance No. 37-95 Providing For Adjustments OfThe Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year
1996 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 19-96. The public hearing
closed at 7:52 p.m.
REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES
The minutes ofthe regularly scheduled meeting of July 3, 1996,were presented for
review. Councilmember Bennett moved to approve the minutes as corrected. Seconded by Vice Mayor Freytag. Motion carried.
MAYOR'S REPORT
The Mayor's Report for the month ofJune was presented for review.
Mayor Marshall directed the clerk to file the report. A copy ofthat report is attached as part ofthese minutes.
MANAGER'S REPORT
The Manager's Report for the month ofJune was presented for review. Councilmember Eisenberg moved to accept the report. Seconded by Vice Mayor Freytag. Motion carried. A copy ofthat report is attached as part of these minutes.
CITIZENS COMMENTS
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Those signing the register were:
See attached list.
No questions,comments or concerns were voiced at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Councilmember Montgomery reported on the Planning Commission meeting of July
15. At that meeting,the Granville Board of Education submitted a plan for a sign to be placed
at Granville High School,however the school does not need approval from the commission.
The Commission made three recommendations to the school. The commission approved sign for the Murphy a Group,approved an architectural review applications for 121 Maple
Street,and 401 N. Pearl Street,and approved a fence request at 201 N. Pearl Street. A
worksession was held on the Hersham property and the commission asked for a resolution of appreciation for Doug Tailford.
Councilmember Eisenberg reported on the July 10 Utilities Committee meeting. Two
issues were reviewed. Bob Evans Farms and SuperAmerica requested to be relieved of some of the cost for installing sewer across State Route 16. They were basically asking to recoup the cost of installing the bigger sewer line in order to accommodate all properties in the area. The committee recommends denying that request to recoup costs. He stated that Council has
not done anything like that before and should not start now. The committee further decided
that installing a21 inch sewer rather than a 10 inch sewer with the village absorbing the additional cost would be in order. The Village would then be able to service the Keny
property or other properties that may come as a result of annexation or development.
The Utilities Committee discussed an application submitted by Robert Hersham who would like to develop on West Broadway. Mr. Hersham's sewer plan involved a private
sewer system which would not meet the requirements of Granville's ordinances. Councilmember Eisenberg stated that Mr. Hershem's request would not serve attributary
ipnrcohperties either,as required. He stated that the plan proposed to continue using the existing 8 sewer to service the first lot in the development plan.
Councilmember McGowan reported on the Lighting Committee meeting. The committee will have a recommendation for Council August 7. The plan will basically be a AfivEePyear plan to meet AEP requirements. Currently there are 76 lights in the Village which cannot service. He stated that he had found out that Bexley had had a four month moratorium because of their street light issue.
OLD BUSINESS
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Ordinance No. 159- 6,A "n Ordinance To Amend Section 1137.01 Of The Codified
Ordinances OfThe Village OfGranvillew,"as reintroduced,its title read,and moved for
adoption by Councilmember Eisenberg. Seconded by Councilmember Montgomery.
Roll call vote: Eisenberg yes,McGowan yes,Bellman absent,Montgomery yes,
Bennett yes,Freytag yes,Marshall yes. Six yes votes. Ordinance No. 15-96 was adopted.
Ordinance No. 169- 6,A "n Ordinance To Amend Section 1139.05 Of The Codified
Ordinances OfThe Village OfGranvillew,"as reintroduced,its title read,and moved for
adoption by Councilmember Montgomery. Seconded by Councilmember Bennett.
Roll call vote: Eisenberg yes,McGowan yes,Bellman absent,Montgomery yes, Bennett yes,Freytag yes,Marshall yes. Six yes votes. Ordinance No. 16-96 was adopted.
Ordinance No. 179- 6,A "n Ordinance For Establishing A Six 6( )Month Moratorium
On The Issuance Of Certain Building Permits,With Possible Renewal Of Six (6)Additional
Months If Necessary,Providing For The Review Of The Comprehensive Plan Of The
Villagew,"as reintroduced,its title read by Councilmember McGowan.
Councilmember McGowan stated that he would like to see the ordinance tabled for
two more weeks in order to look more closely at the issue. He stated that currently he felt the
ordinance did not have Council's support and he didn't want to see the ordinance defeated.
He stated that the Law Director could look more closely at the legal issues.
Councilmember Bennett asked if the Law Director needed further time to determine
the validity of the ordinance
Law Director Hurst answered no.
Councilmember MeGowan moved for adoption of Ordinance no. 17-96. Seconded by Vice Mayor Freytag.
Law Director Hurst stated that he believed the legislation as prepared assumed as fact
matters that are speculative. He stated that he is ofthe opinion that the legislation is inconsistent with the laws ofthe State of Ohio and is unconstitutional. He stated that he is
totally unsupportative ofthe legislation. Mr. Hurst pointed out a few ofthe areas in the ordinance he felt were speculative.
Councilmember McGowan stated that the ordinance was presented to him from petitioners. He stated that he had concerns with the merger currently being studied,and the fact that the village currently does not have a planner. He stated that the meeting scheduled for September will be helpful to Granville. He stated that he felt the zoning codes in Granville needed to be reinforced.
Councilmember Eisenberg stated that he had a number ofthoughts on the issue. He stated that he can't disagree that it may be time to revisit the master plan in light of current events. He stated that be believed the conditions ofmerger include doing that. He stated that the area at Cherry Valley Road and SR 16 is zoned commercial and is the only commercially zoned area in Granville. He stated that peoples fears ofGranville looking like a Rt. 79 or 21 st Street are not possible because the area is not large enough for that to happen. He stated that that area is an appropriate place in the Village for commercial development. He stated that he would suggest that the revision ofthe comprehensive plan not happen until after the election 1
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in November because of the merger issues. He stated that a this time,he could not support the
moratorium.
Councilmember Montgomery stated that this was a tough issue. She stated that she has
heard a number of citizens saying alot of different things. She stated that the Planning
Commission,the BZBA,and the Council have tried to do their job and follow the master plan
as best as possible. She stated that they have to listen to both sides of each issue,and have
required developers to jump through all the hoops. She stated that she has lived in Granville
all her life and earlier in the evening she had discussed all the developments that have
occurred. She stated that Granville has had lots and lots of growth but has never experienced
commercial growth. She stated that the master plan states reasons for commercial growth like
tax revenues for the school system. She stated that Council,Planning Commission,and the
BZBA can't vote against something simply because they do not like it,they must follow the
codes. She stated that the comprehensive plan needs to be reviewed but should wait until after
the merger issue is decided. She stated that she couldn't support the moratorium.
Councilmember Bennett stated that the comprehensive plan needed strengthening,but
the threshold issue is the legal issue. He stated that in his opinion, it was highly irresponsible
for any Councilmember to vote for the ordinance when the law director says the ordinance is
invalid. He stated that at this point,supporting the ordinance would be pandering to popular opinion.
Vice Mayor Freytag stated that he shared many of the goals of the ordinance. He stated
that he had personal reservations about its legality but,was trying to find a way to support the
ordinance. He stated that he had originally planned to vote against the ordinance but has since
changed his mind because Bexley has successfully done it and that is encouraging. He stated
that many ofthe people who voted for him were for the issues therein,and he was elected to represent them.
Mayor Marshall stated that he does not support the ordinance and his opinion on the
matter was similar to Councilmember Bennett's. He stated the ordinance that if the law director's opinion is is insufficient,it should not be passed.
Roll call vote: Eisenberg no,McGowan yes,Bellman absent,Montgomery no, Bennett no,Freytag yes,Marshall no. Four no votes,two yes votes. Ordinance No. 179-6 was defeated.
Ordinance No. 18-96,A "n Ordinance To Amend Section 509.02c( )5,09.03 (a)1(),
a2)()A,nd a( 5)()5,09.03 e( )5,09.05 c( )5,09.09 b( )5,21.08 g( )a,nd 529.07 d( )OfThe Codified Ordinances OfThe Village OfGranvillew,a"s reintroduced,its title read,and moved for adoption by Mayor Marshall. Seconded by Councilmember Montgomery. word After a brief discussion,Vice Mayor Freytag moved to amend Section IV to add the Recklessly"to the first sentence and to amend Section V of the ordinance,changing the distance from the boundaries ofany school from 1,000 to 500 feet. Seconded by Councilmember MeGowan.
Roll call vote: Eisenberg yes,McGowan yes,Bellman absent,Montgomery yes, Bennett yes,Freytag yes,Marshall yes. Six yes votes. Ordinance No. 18-96 was adopted.
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Ordinance No. 199- 6,A "n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 379-5 Providing For
Adjustments OfThe Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1996 And Revising Sums For
Operating Expensesw,"as reintroduced,its title read,and moved for adoption by
Councilmember Montgomery. Seconded by Vice Mayor Freytag.
Roll call vote: Eisenberg yes,MeGowan yes,Bellman absent,Montgomery yes,
Bennett yes,Freytag yes,Marshall yes. Six yes votes. Ordinance No. 19-96 was adopted.
Bob Evans Farms
Larry Wills of Bob Evans Farms stated that Bob Evans owned 4.6 acres on the corner
of Cherry Valley Road and SR 16. He stated that they planned to build a restaurant and a
motel,however there are no plans currently for the hotel. He stated that Bob Evans Farms
began worksessions back in March of 1995 with the Planning Commission. He
complimented the work of the Planning Commission and stated that Bob Evans has worked
with them,and many changes had been made since the first plan was submitted. Mr. Wills
gave a brief history of changes that had been made to the plan. He stated that at the last
Planning Commission meeting,the commission had denied their development plan for three
reasons: the two signs on the building exceeded the maximum allowable size,the proposal
would position parking in the front of the building where it is prohibited,and the proposal is 7
feet between parking and the building where a minimum if 10 is required.
Mr. Wills explained to council that Bob Evans had done away with their monument sign and was asking for two signs for the front and west side of the building,totaling 88
square feet. He stated that if Council wishes not to have the parking in the front ofthe
building,they would push the building closer to the road and eliminate it however,that would
not be convenient to customers or convenient for emergency access. He stated that they could adhere to the ten feet between parking and the building by adding three foot of landscaping to the plan. He stated that they are not requesting to do that,but could,ifCouncil wished. He stated that Bob Evans was very interested in becoming a part ofGranville and was asking for approval oftheir development plan.
Lyn Robertson,Planning Commission chair,presented her reasons for denying the application as outlined in the finding of fact submitted to Council. Richard Salvage,Planning Commission member,presented Council the view point ofthe two Planning Commission members who voted in favor ofthe Bob Evans proposal. He stated that he felt the plan was denied on architectural grounds aspect and the planning commission did not have the authority to do so.
Tom Mitchell asked several questions ofBob Evans representatives regarding sewers. Dave Britton of 1117 Cherry Valley Road stated that his property was right beside the Bob Evans property,and that he was glad to see Bob Evans come to the neighborhood.
Bob Evans had an outstanding track record. He stated that they are a business to be proud of
Guy Martin stated that he had no connection with Bob Evans what so ever and felt that
and that 99%ofthe people who are complaining ofthem developing will probably be customers ofBob Evans the first week they move in.
Charles O'keefe of 4 Samson Place,stated that he has lived in the Village 20 years and has never heard anyone say they came to Granville for low taxes. He stated that people
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move to Granville for the quality of life. He stated that a majority ofthe Planning Commission
found that the Bob Evans Farms architectural style is not in character with Granville.
Constance Barsky stated that she supported the tax base issues but a majority of school
levies are not passed because of the issue of management,and not because people don't want
to support the schools. She stated that traffic issues were also a problem,and that at the last
Council meeting,there had been discussion of the traffic patterns on Cherry Valley and SR
16,and now Bob Evans is talking about widening the road. She stated that she is confused
about the order of how things are happening.
Councilmember MeGowan suggested sending the Bob Evans plan back to the
Planning Commission for further review.
Law Director Hurst stated that the hearing falls under Chapter 1143 of the codified
ordinances dealing with amendments to zoning ordinances. The hearing is under 1143.04
because the property is zoned PCD,and all such applications are considered an amendment to the zoning code.
Law Director Hurst stated that the comprehensive plan does not have the force and
effect of law within the Village. He stated that if the zoning ordinances direct attention to the
plan for guidance,they do,but,the village has never chosen to say the Comprehensive Plan
has the force and effect of law. He stated that Council has 15 days from the date ofthe
hearing to adopt,adopt with modifications,or deny the recommendation of the Planning
Commission. He stated that the decision will be reduced to written ordinance form.
Council discussed the issue of denying the proposal based on aesthetics at length.
Councilmember Montgomery stated that the Planning Commission briefly discussed
changing the red roof to gray,to which Bob Evans indicated that was possible. However,the
gray color ofthe roof is not in the application.
Councilmember Eisenberg stated that he could see a possible modification if of the plan a few things were worked out. After a discussion,Councilmember Eisenberg moved to accept the application of Bob Evans Farms with the modifications that the minimum of 10 foot clearance between parking and the building was met by adding three more feet of landscaping,providing that the roof of the building be gray,that the parking in front ofthe building be permitted,and allowing two signs on the building not exceeding a maximum of 88 total square foot. Seconded by Councilmember Montgomery.
Roll call Vote: Eisenberg yes,MeGowan no,Montgomery yes,Bennett yes,Freytag mnoo,dMifaicrsahtaiollnyse.s .(Four yes votes,two no votes. The development plan was approved with Ordinance No. 21-96)
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 964- 2,A "Resolution To Award The Bid For The 1996 Milling And Paving Improvements,As Per Specifications,To The Shelly Company And To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into An Agreement Thereforew,a"s introduced,read in full and moved for adoption by Councilmember Montgomery. Seconded by Councilmember Bennett, Motion carried. Resolution No. 96-42 was adopted.
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Resolution No. 964- 3A."Resolution To Adopt The 1997 County Tax Budget As
Proposed And To Direct The Village Manager To Submit It To The County Auditorw,"as
introduced,read in full and moved for adoption by Councilmember Eisenberg. Seconded by
Councilmember McGowan. Motion carried. Resolution No. 96-43 was adopted.
Resolution No. 964- 4A,"Resolution To Allow For The Donation Of Two Surplus
Light Bars To The Central Ohio Technical College Law Enforcement Officer Training
Programw,"as introduced,read in full and moved for adoption by Councilmember
McGowan. Seconded by Vice Mayor Freytag. Motion carried. Resolution No. 96-44 was
adopted.
Resolution No. 96-45,A "Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter
Into An Easement Agreement With The TJ Evans Foundationw,"as introduced,read in full
and moved for adoption by Vice Mayor Freytag. Seconded by Councilmember McGowan.
Law Director Hurst stated that the easement agreement is between four parties: the
Village of Granville,The TJ Evans Foundation,Harold Atteberry,and Granville Milling
Company. He stated that if the other parties do not sign the easement,it will not be binding.
After a brief discussion,Resolution No. 96-45 was adopted.
Resolution No. 964- 6,A<R'esolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Request
Proposals For Design Review Standardsw,"as introduced,read in full and moved for
adoption by Councilmember McGowan. Seconded by Vice Mayor Freytag.
Ordinance No. 209- 6,A "n Ordinance To Create The Fanchion R. And Raymond J.
Lewis Ty Tawel Farm Memorial Park Fundw,"as introduced by Councilmember Montgomery.
Mayor Marshall set the public hearing on Ordinance No. 209-6 for August 7, 1996,at 7:00 p.m.
Councilmember Montgomery requested a resolution of appreciation to Doug Tailford for his services with the Village. That resolution will appear on the next agenda.
ADJOURNMENT
Councilmember Freytag moved to adjoum the meeting at 10:45 p.m. Seconded by Councilmember Bennett. Motion carried.

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