Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes 6/17/98

 CALL TO ORDER

 Mayor Bellman convened the meeting at 7:32p.m. 

ROLL CALL

Those responding to the roll call were: Councilmember McGowan Councilmember Lucier Mayor Bellman Councilmember Rader Law Director Hurst Councilmember Freytag Manager Hickman Councilmember Rader made a motion to excuse Councilmembers Robertson and Wernet. Second by Councilmember Freytag.

REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 The minutes of the regularly scheduled meeting of June 3, 1998 were presented for review. Councilmember Rader moved to approve the minutes. Seconded by Councilmember Freytag. Motion carried. MAYOR’S REPORT 

 The Mayor’s Court Report for the month of May was presented for review.

Mayor Bellman directed the clerk to file the report. A copy of that report is attached as part of these minutes. MANAGER’S REPORT

 The Manager’s Report for the month of May was presented for review. 

Councilmember Rader moved to accept the Manager’s Report. Vice Mayor McGowan seconded. Motion carried. A copy of said report is attached as part of these minutes.

CITIZENS COMMENTS

Those signing the register were: Kent Mallot Scott Rawdon Eloise DeZwarte

Bethany McLeish, a reporter from WNKO, announced that this would be her last Council meeting. She expressed her appreciation and thanked Council for their respect and kindness. 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Councilmember McGowan advised that the Personnel Committee would meet in Village Hall on June 30th, 1998 at 9:00am.

Councilmember Freytag reported that the Cemetery Board is trying to work out an agreement with Ladd Michael regarding cemetery lot lines adjacent to his property. Mr. Freytag noted that a survey is needed before an agreement can be considered. Manager Hickman advised that a survey was in the process. Mr. Freytag added that as there are several issues involved in the situation and the Board would welcome input for resolution to this situation.

 Councilmember McGowan noted that a meeting of the Lighting Committee was intended for early July to consider using replaced lights in other areas of the Village which are in need of additional street lighting.

OLD BUSINESS There was no Old Business to discuss. NEW BUSINESS

Resolution No. 98-22, A Resolution To Adopt The 1999 County Tax Budget As Proposed And To Direct The Village Manager To Submit It To The County Auditor, was introduced read in full by Councilmember McGowan. Second by Councilmember Rader. Manager Hickman briefly explained the changes to the budget for 1999. He noted a possible combination of bonding and reapplying for grant funding to finance improvements to Cherry Valley Road and South Main Street. He advised that the proposed budget for 1999 does not reflect these figures.

Motion carried. Resolution No. 98-22 was adopted.

Resolution No. 98-24, A Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With General Insurance Agency For Property, Casualty, And Liability Insurance For the Period of June 30, 1998 To July 1, 2001, was introduced and read in full by Councilmember Rader. Second by Councilmember Freytag. Motion carried. Resolution No. 98-24 was adopted.

Resolution No. 98-25, A Resolution To Appoint A Member To Fill An Unexpired Term On The Granville Tree And Landscape Commission, was introduced and read in full by Councilmember Bellman. Second by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. Resolution No. 98-25 was adopted. ANNOUNCEMENTS

Due to the July 4th festivities in the Village, it was decided that there would not be a Council meeting scheduled for July 1, 1998 unless otherwise noted by the manager.

Mayor Bellman noted he would not be attending the July 15, 1998 meeting.

Dow Location

 Council discussed the water situation at the Dow location. It was noted that there is a potential tenant that would like the Village to operate the water treatment plant at that location. There were several issues of concern: 1) Who is potential buyer? 2) The deal is only for the purchase of one building on this site. What would happen if other purchasers did not wish to use a water facility operated by the Village? 3) Capital costs. What will happen when/if the tenant leaves? 4) Environmental liability. Who covers the cost? 

Councilmember Freytag feels that Southwest Licking Water District should be contacted to discuss their intentions and whether they plan to run water lines within the Granville School District boundaries.

 Manager Hickman will initiate contact with Southwest Licking Water District in an effort to communicate Granville’s concerns and needs at the Dow location.

Transportation Improvement District

 It was suggested that consideration be made for the appointment of one councilmember and one citizen to the TID Board. This will be further discussed at the July 15th meeting.

Community Service District Law Director Hurst addressed the issue of the Community Service District ordinance, noting that this particular ordinance does not "spell out" the uses. He added the fact that this ordinance had not been reviewed for some time and may need to be updated to make it coincide with the rest of the ordinances. He noted that in the past Council has been adament about what is to be permitted and what is to be excluded. He noted for instance that a day care center is not specified in this section. He noted that as development has increased in the Community Service District it may be time to review this section to consider and suggest changes.

 Vice Mayor McGowan asked Manager Hickman to make note of the uncut grass situation at the "Old Middle School".

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Councilmember Rader made a motion to move to Executive Session for the purpose of discussing land acquisition issues. Second by Councilmember Freytag.

Roll call vote: Mcgowan yes, Lucier yes, Rader yes, Freyag yes, Bellman yes.

Time in: 8:28p.m. Councilmember Freytag made a motion to adjourn from Executive Session. Second by Vice Mayor McGowan.

Roll call vote: Mcgowan yes, Lucier yes, Rader yes, Freyag yes, Bellman yes.

 Time out: 9:00p.m.

ADJOURNMENT

 Councilmember Freytag moved to adjourn the meeting at 9:00p.m. Councilmember Rader second. Motion Carried. 

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