Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 12-1981

ORDINANCE NO. 12-81
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BY: Harriott
AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH STANDARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION
OF STREETS IN THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary for the preservation of
bhe public hedlth, safety, and welfare, to construct streets in accordance with general accepted engineering practices,
NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: That the Code of Ordinances of the Village of
Granville be and they hereby are amended by
adding Chapter 902, follows: Street Specifications, as
902. 01 DEFINITIONS.
Manager: The term "Manager" as used in this
Chapter means the Municipal Manager, Municipal
Engineer or any other person in the
service of the Municipality who has been
properly designated by the Manager to
exercise authority and represent the Manager
in matters relating to street construction
and replacement.
Arterial Street: A general term denoting a street primarily for through traffic carry- ing heavy loads and large volume or traffic,
usually on a continuous route.
Collector Street: A thoroughfare, whether
within a residential, industrial, commercial,
or other type of area, which primarily
carries traffic from local streets toarterial
streets, including the principal entrance and circulation routes within residential subdivisions.
Local Street: A street primarily for providing
access to residential, commercial, or other
abutting property.
Minor Street: A type of local street, each end
of which terminates at an intersection with the
same arterial or collector street, and whose
principal radius points of the one hundred and eighty (180) degree system of turns are not
more than one thousand (1000) feet from said
arterial or collector street, nor normally more than six hundred (600) feet from each other.
Boulevard: A street containing two (2),twelve 12),foot wide lanes in each direction of travel, separated by a traffic island.
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902. 2 COMPLIANCE.
All public streets constructed or reconstructed
in the Municipality after the effective date of
this Ordinance, shall be constructed or
reconstructed to comply with the specifications
contained herein.
902. 3 CONSTRUCTION
Whenever any person or persons wish to construct
or reconstruct streets within the Municipality,
such construction shall be in accordance with
the requirements of Chapter 1117 of this Code of
Ordinances as determined by the Granville
Development Commission or the Village Council,
whichever is appropriate.
902. 4 SPECIFICATIONS
All streets approved for construction by either
the Development Commission or the Village Council
shall be constructed or reconstructed in accordance
with the specifications attached hereto Exhibit A",and as made a part hereof.
902. 5 ORDINARY REPAIRS
The ordinary repairs of existing streets by the
Municipality shall not be required to becompleted
in accordance with the specifications in Exhibit A.
Section II: That this ordinance shall take effect upon the
earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this 15th
o Council
Approved as to form:
Sci
Law Director
day of July 1981.

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