Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance-41

ORDINANCES -1982
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5-8.-2
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9-82
10-82.
11-82
12-82
13-82
14-82
An Ordinance Accepting The Proposal Of Ohio Power
Company For Furnishing The Electric Energy For The
Operations Of The Water Works And Sewage Disposal
Systems Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio, And
Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract.
An Ordianace To Amend Sections Of The Code Of .·
Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing
Water Rates And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The
Code Of Ordinances.
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures. (Street Improvements)
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste
Water Capital Improvements Fund And Declaring An
Emergency. (Probable Collapse of San. Sewer On Pearl St)
An Ordinance Amending The Granville Zoning Ordinance
And Accompanying Map Thereto, Known As Ordinance No.
16-76, Passed February 2, 1977, By Changing The
Classification Of The Zoning Districts For A Certain
Parcel Of Land Described Herein And Located At The
Northwest Corner Of The Intersection Of East Broadway
And North Pearl Streets From VRD-Village Residential
District To VBD-Village Business District.
The Denune and Dr. Keeler Properties)
An Ordinance Determining To Proceed With The Improvement
Of Wildwood Drive Between Certain Termini By
Grading, Constructing A New Base And Drainage Ditches,
Paving With Asphalt, Together With Necessary Appurtenances
Thereto, And Declaring An Emergency.
Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance.
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appro- priate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Sewer
Fund And Declaring An Emergency.
Failure Of the High School Sewer Lift Station)
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appro- priate Funds For Capital Expenditures.
Street Improvements)
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appro- priate Funds To The Sewer Fund.
Sewer Improvements)
An Ordinance Accepting An Application For Annexation
Of Territory And Establishing A Certain Zoning District. Wright' s -rest of Golf Course)
An Ordinance Appropriating Sums From The Federal
General Revenue Sharing Trust Fund.
2, 500 =Fire Department Roof)
An Ordinance To Provide For The Issuance Of Notes In Anticipation Of The Issuance Of Bonds To Pay The Property Ownerst Portion, In Anticipation Of The Levy And Collection Of Special Assessments, Of The Cost Of Improv- ing Wildwood Drive Between Certain Termini By Grading, Constructing A New Base And Drainage Ditches, Paving With Asphalt, Together With Necessary Appurtenances, And Declaring An Emergency.
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appro- priate Funds For Capital Expenditures And Declaring An Emergency.
Water Mains On Pearl Street)
ORDINANCE - 1982
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26-82
An Ord.ina.nce, To © Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For State Examiner' s Fees.
An Ordinance Accepting An Application For Annexation Of Territory And Establishing Certain V Zoning Districts.
Board of Education/Granville Exempted School/Denison
University land) High School &Denison Property.
An Ordinance To Establish A Personnel Appeals Board
Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio, And Declaring An
Emergency.
Members Gary E. Hamilton, Richard H. Mahard &
Harold J. Dunham)
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General
Fund.
Obligations Arising From Wildwood Drive Street And
Storm Sewer Improvements)
An Ordinance To Amend Sections 171. 03, 171. 07 And
171. 10 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village To
Provide For An Additional One-Quarter Of One Percent
0. 25%)Tax On Earnings, Income And Net Profits Subject
To The Municipal Income Tax Beginning January 1,
1983 And Thereafter For The Purpose Of General
Municipal Operations, Maintenance New Equipment,
Extensions And Enlargement Of Municipal Services And
Facilities And Capital Improvements Of The Municipality,
And Declaring An Emergency.
An Ordinance To Repeal Article 43 Of Ordinance No. 17-2,
And To Amend Ordinance No. 16-76.
Sign Code)
An Ordinance Declaring The Necessity Of An Election On
The Question Of Approving The Enactment Of An Ordinance
To Amend Sections 171. 03, 171. 07 and 171. 10 Of The
Codified Ordinances Of The Village To Provide For An
Additional One-Quarter Of One Percent Tax (With Respect
To Which No Credit Shall Be Granted For Tax Paid To
Another Municipality) Beginning January 1, 1983 And
Thereafter On Earnings, Income And Net Profits Subject
To Municipal Income Tax For The Purpose Of General
Municipal Operations, Maintenance, New Equipment,
Extensions And Enlargement Of Municipal Services And
Facilities And Capital Improvements Of The Municipality,
And Declaring An Emergency.
An Ordinance To Amend Section *71. 19 Of The Codified
Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The
Credit Allowed For Tax Paid In Another Municipality As Of January 1, 1983.
An Ordinance Pursuant To Section 5705. 19, Revised Code
Submitting To The Electors The Question Of An Additional
Tax Levy For The Purpose Of Construction, Reconstruction, And Resurfacing Of Streets, Roads And Bridges, And Declaring An Emergency.
An Ordinance To Amend Section 171. 19 Of The Codified
Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax Paid In Another Municipality As Of January 1, 1983.
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appro- priate Funds For Engineering Design Of Beechwood And Thornewood Drives. (5$, 000 Acct. AI-6-8250)
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appro- priate Funds For Payment Of Non-Exempted Property Taxes. This ordinance was never introduced, never on agenda)
ORDINANCES - 1982
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32-82
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38-82
39-82
40-82
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds To The Sewer Fund, And Declaring an
Emergency. 2(0$, 000 from the Sewer Fund To Acct.
E2-5-H-270 "Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund")
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste
Water Capital Improvements Fund, And Declaring An
Emergency. 2(0$, 000 approriated to Acct. E2-5-19-250,
Entitled South Pearl Street Sewer Resident Inpsection)
An Ordinance To Authorize The Village Manager To
Execute A Release In Favor Of Philip L.
For The Pearl Street Sewer Replacement,
An Emergency.
Skinner, Inc.,
And Declaring
An Ordinance To Authorize The Village ManageTro\ Enter
Into A Contract With Concrete Construction Copany, Inc.,
Without Competitive Bidding To Complete Construction
On The Peatl Street Sewer Replacement, Detlaring A
Public Disaster And Detlaring An Emergency.
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste
Water Capital Improvements Fund.P(earl St. Sewer)
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Legal Expenses In The General Fund.
Legal Bills)
An Ordinance To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter
Into An Contract With Concrete Construction Company,
Inc.,Without Competitive Bidding To Reconstruct Two
Hundred Feet Of Storm Sewer On Pearl Street In Conjunction
With The Pearl Street Sewer Replacement, Declaring
A Public Disaster And Declaring An Emergency.
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Storm Sewers In The Revenue Sharing
Fund.
4, 500 Acct. No. 87-5-F250 entitled, "Storm Sewers in
the Revenue Sharing Fund).
An Ordinance Setting Forth A General Plan For Financing
Improvements To The Municipal Sewer Utility Through The
Issuance Of General Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes,
Which Notes Will Be Retired And Further Improvements
Financed By The Issuance Of Mortgage Revenue Bonds Of
The Village, And Declaring An Emergency.
Providing For The Issuance Of $179, 000 Sewer Utility
Improvement Notes In Anticipation Of The Issuance Of
Bonds For The Purpose Of Improving The Municipal Wastewater
Treatment And Collection System By Constructing
A New Wastewater Treatment Plant And Necessary Appurtenances
Including Control, Laboratory And Standby
Power Facilities, And By Reconstructing And Rehabilitating
Sanitary Sewers Together With Necessary Appurtenances,
And Declaring An Emergency.
An Ordinance To Amend Article 4 of Ordinance No. 16-76 *" Of The Village Of Granville By Amending The Definition Of "Family". Defeated-
An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 15-81 Providing
For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1982 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses.
An Ordinance To Establish The Manager' s Salary For 1983.
An Ordinance To Make Appropriations For Current Expenses
And Other Expenditures Of The Village of Granville,
State Of Ohio, During The Fiscal Year Ending

Ordinance 40-1982

Davison
AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT EXPENSES AND OTHER
EXPENDITURES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, STATE OF OHIO, DURING
THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1983.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of
the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is
authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning
January 1, 1983, and ending December 31, 1983, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has submitted a proposed budget with estimates
and explanatory data, and
WHEREAS, a public hearing has been held on said budget with estimates
as required by Section 6. 06 of Article VI of the Charter.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, a
majority of the members elected thereto herein concurring that, to provide
for the current expenses and other expenditures of said Village of
Granville during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1983, the following
sums be and they are hereby set aside and appropriated as follows, viz:
Section
Section
Al-1-A
Al-1-C
Al-2-B
I: The annual budget submitted by the Manager in accordance
with the provisions of Section 6. 05, Article VI, of the
Charter, be and the same hereby is adopted.
II: That there be appropriated from the GENERAL FUND:
PROGRAM I -SECURITY OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY
POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT
210 Personal Service
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
TOTAL POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT
STREET LIGHTING
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL STREET LIGHTING
TOTAL PROGRAM I -
AND PROPERTY
112,916
31,070
8,487
22,850
3,000
1,000
13,800
SECURITY OF PERSONS AND
PROGRAM II -PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE
COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT
230 Contractual Services $ 4,000
TOTAL PROGRAM II -PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE
179,323
13,800
193,123
4,000
ORDINANCE NO. 40-82
BY:
1
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Ordinance No. 40-82
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Al-4-F
Al-6-A
Al-6-B
Al-6-D
Al-6-G
Al-7-A
PROGRAM III -LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES -N/A
PROGRAM IV -COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT
COMMUNITY SERVICES
230 Contractual Services $ 1,960
240 Supplies &Materials 1, 900
250 Capital Outlay 100
TOTAL PROGRAM IV -COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES -N/A
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
STREET CONSTRUCTION &RECONSTRUCTION
250 Capital Outlay 30,000
270 Transfers 13,580
TOTAL STREET CONSTUCTION &RECONSTRUCTION
STREET MAINTENANCE &REPAIR
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
TOTAL STREET MAINTENANCE &REPAIR
STORM SEWER &DRAINS
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL STORM SEWER &DRAINS
SIDEWALKS
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL SIDEWALKS
TOTAL PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
PROGRAM VII -GENERAL GOVERNMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
84,624
23,854
1,000
1,000
76,758
36,290
9,443
7,290
600
3,960
43, 580
108,478
1,000
1,000
154,058
130,381
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Al-7-8
Al-7-C
Al-7-D
Al-7-E
Al-7-F
Al-7-G
PROGRAM VII -GENERAL GOVERNMENT CONTINUED
LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES
MAYOR' S COURT
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL MAYOR' S COURT
INCOME TAX
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
280 Refunds
TOTAL INCOME TAX
LANDS AND BUILDINGS
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL LANDS AND BUILDINGS
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
1, 500
80
3,525
1,055
8,433
2,202
2,383
1, 269
7,313
2, 130
728
2,122
3,000
2,490
25,907
1, 000
200
COUNTY AUDITOR' S AND TREASURER' S FEES
230 Contractual Services $ 500
TOTAL COUNTY AUDITOR' S AND TREASURER' S FEES
600
90
6,160
14,287
15,293
29,087
1,200
500
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Al-7-H
Al-7-J
Al-7-K
PROGRAM VII -GENERAL GOVERNMENT CONTINUED
TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
230 Contractual Services $ 50
TOTAL TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
ELECTION
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL ELECTION
LAW
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL LAW
850
5,670
792
TOTAL PROGRAM VII -GENERAL GOVERNMENT
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATION
1,000
Section III: That there be appropriated from the following
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS:
Bl-6-B
Section
82-6-B
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
Bl-STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
230 Contractual Services $ 8,051
240 Supplies &Materials 23,150
TOTAL FOR Bl-STREET CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE AND
REPAIR FUND -PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
IV: That there be appropriated from the following
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS:
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
82-STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND
STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
230 Contractual Services $ 3,000
TOTAL FOR 82 STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
850
7,462
205,270
560,411
31,201
3,000
50
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Section
87-4-8230
87-4-C230
87-4-E230
87-5-F250
87-6-D250
87-7-A230
87-7-A250
Section
El-5-E
El-5-F
V: That there be appropriated from the following
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS:
Recreation Commission $ 3,000
Granville Fellowship 3,900
Tree Maintenance 5,000
Storm Sewer Improvements 1,000
Street Improvements 27,000
Advertising 200
Computer 10,000
TOTAL FOR 87 -FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS
VI: That there be appropriated from the following
ENTERPRISE FUNDS:
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES
El-WATER FUND
PUMPING
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
260 Debt Service
270 Transfers
280 Refunds
TOTAL PUMPING
DISTRIBUTION
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
TOTAL DISTRIBUTION
100,154
20,927
46,054
43,070
66,500
55,890
45,356
200
11,755
2,588
676
4,310
2,000
10,000
TOTAL FOR El-WATER FUND APPROPRIATION
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES
50,100
378,151
31,329
409,480
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E2-5-G
E2-5-H
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES CONTINUED
E2 -SEWAGE
SEWAGE TREATMENT
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
260 Debt Service
270 Transfers
280 Refunds
TOTAL SEWAGE TREATMENT
SEWAGE COLLECTION
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
36,844
8,766
11,118
8,315
10,500
2,135
23,440
160
12,312
2,771
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
TOTAL SEWAGE COLLECTION
TOTAL EOR E2-SEWER FUND APPROPRIATION
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES
Section VII: That there be appropriated from the
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND:
Hl-1-A
Hl-1-B
Hl-1-C
Hl-2-A
Hl-2-B
Hl-2-C
5,600
1,975
5,000
Hl -SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND RETIREMENT FUND
Hl-1 -WEST BROADWAY WATER LINE
Incidental Expenses
Redemption of Principal
Interest Paid
TOTAL Hl-1 -WEST BROADWAY WATER LINE
Hl-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER
Incidental Expenses
Principal
Interest
TOTAL Hl-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER
101, 278
27,658
128,936
345
3,000
2,942
6,102
440
20
75
160
Ordinance No. 40-82
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Hl-3-A
Hl-3-8
Hl-3-C
Hl -SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND RETIREMENT FUND CONTINUED
Hl-3 -W.BROADWAY/ WILDWOOD SEWER
Incidential Expenses
Principal
Interest
TOTAL Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAYW/ ILDWOOD SEWER
TOTAL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND RETIREMENT FUND
Section VIII: There is hereby established a Capital Improvement
Reserve Fund in accordance with Section 6. 12 Article
VI, of the Charter, for the purpose of transferring
funds to be held in reserve for the purchase of
equipment. This fund shall be titled "Fl-Capital
Improvement Reserve Fund".
Section
Section
Passed this
232
4,000
3,576
7,808
14,350
IX: Sums expended from the above appropriation which are
proper charges against any other department or against
any firm, person, or corporation, if repaid within the
period covered by such appropriation, shall be considered
reappropriated for such original purposes, provided
that the net total of expenditures under any appropriation
shall not exceed the original total.
X: That this ordinance therefore shall become effective as of January 1, 1983, for the purpose of effecting expen- ditures within the limitations herein set forth, during the fiscal year extending from that date to December 31,
1983. This appropriation ordinance shall become
effective as provided in Section 6. 07, Article VI of the
Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, and shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date
allowed by law.
15th
Ae*s*t:
48,49*924£-
t-rerK of Council
Approved as to f m: 240
Law Director
day of December
Mayolt../ C
1982.

Ordinance 39-1982

Miller
AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE MANAGER' S SALARY FOR 1983.
WHEREAS, Article II, Section 2. 08 of the Charter of Granville, Ohio,
provides that the Council shall fix the salary of the Village Manager by
Ordinance, and
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 24-31, that established the salary of the
Manager for the period of January 1, 1982 to December 31, 1982, will
expire on December 31, 1982.
that:
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio,
Section I: The salary of the Village Manager for the calendar
year 1983 shall be $30,000, payable bi-weekly in
the amount of 1/26 of the total annual amount.
Section II: The Manager be granted two weeks of paid vacation
leave during the calendar year 1983.
Section III: This ordinance shall be in effect at date of passage.
Passed this
At est:
1-046
TTerk of Council
Approved as to form·
15th
1.011 ju
1 »Sluu= Law Director
day of December
01LS-- Mayor
1982.
ORDINANCE NO. 39-82

Ordinance 38-1982

Bartlett
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25-81 PROVIDING FOR ADJUSTMENTS
OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1982 AND REVISING SUMS FOR
OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the
Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized
to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1982
and ending December 31, 1982, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement viously made appropriations, prethat:
Section
Section
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio,
Account Number
Al-1-C-230
Al-2-8-230
Al-6-8-212
Al-7-A-230
Al-7-C-212
Al-7-D-212
Al-7-G-230
Al-7-K-230
Section III:
Account Number
81-6-8-240
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as
established by Ordinance No. 25-81, be amended by
the Council, as recommended by the Manager, and is
hereby adopted.
To provide operating expenditures for the General
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1982,
the following appropriations are hereby made in the
General Fund:
Account
Street Lighting-Contractual Services
County Health District-Contractual
Services
Street Maintenance-Personal Services/
Employee Benefits
Administration-Contractual Services
Mayor' s Court-Personal Services/
Employee Benefits
Income Tax-Personal Services/ Employee
Benefits
County Auditor &Treasurer' s Fees-
Contractual Services
Law-Contractual Services
To provide operating expenditures for the Street
Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1982, the following appropriation
is hereby made in the Street Fund:
Account
Street Maintenance &Repair-Supplies & Materials
Add
130
270
1,500
100
200
110
Add
1, 125
ORDINANCE NO. 38-82
BY
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Section
Account Number
El-5-E-211
El-5-E-230
El-5-E-240
El-5-F-240
Section
Account Number
E2-5-G-211
E2-5-G-212
Section
Account Number
Hl-2
Section VII:
Passed this
To provide operating expenditures for the Water
System operation during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1982, the following appropriation
is hereby made in the Water Fund:
Account
Water Pumping-Salaries &Wages/
Personal Services
Water Pumping-Contractual Services
Water Pumping-Supplies &Materials
Water Distribution-Supplies &Materials
To provide operating expenditures for the Waste
Water System operations during the fiscal year
ending December 31, 1982, the following
appropriations are hereby made in the Waste Water Fund:
Account
Sewage Treatment-Salaries &Wages
Sewage Treatment-Personal Services/
Employee Benefits
To provide operating expenditures for the
funding of Special Assessments during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1982, the
following appropriation is hereby made in the Special Assessment Fund:
Account
Cedar Street Sanitary Sewer- Assessment
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
15th
Attest:
44&
1
S <16 Clerk of Council
Approved as to form·
day of December
Add
2,200
10,700
9,300
Add
1,950
950
Mayor
Add
1982.

Ordinance 37-1982

Schnaidt
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ARTICLE 4 OF ORDINANCE THE NO. 16-76 OF VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE BY AMENDING THE DEFINITION OF FAMILY".
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that:
Section I: Article 4 of Ordinance No. 16-76 is hereby amended to read as follows:
ARTICLE 4
DEFINITIONS
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4
INTERPRETATION OF LANGUAGE: Unless the context otherwise requires, the follow- ing definition shall be used in the interpretation and construction of the Ordinance. Words used in the present tense shall include the future; the singular number shall include the plural, and the plural the singular; the word used" shall include a"rranged, designed, constructed, altered, converted, nreont teddir,ecletoasrye.d" or "intended to be used"a,nd the word "shall" is mandatory and
ACCESSORY USE OR STRUCTURE: A use or structure subordinate to the principal luosetsof a building or to the principal use of land which is located on the same buildisnegrving a purpose customarily incidental to the use of the principal or land use.
AGRICULTURE: The use of land for agricultural purposes, including farming, dairying, pasturage, agriculture, horticulture, floriculture, viticulture, and animal and poultry husbandry and the necessary accessory uses for packing, treating or storing the produce; provided, however, that the operation of any such accessory uses shall be secondary to that of normal agricultural activities aonfdgaprrboavgideed further that the above uses shall not include the commercial feeding or offal to swine or other animals.
ALLEY OR LANE: A public or private way not more than 30 feet wide affording only secondary means of access to abutting property.
APARTMENT: See Dwelling, Multi-Family.
APARTMENT HOUSE: See Dwelling, Multi-Family.
AUTOMOBILE OR TRAILER SALES AREA: An open area, other than a street, used for the display, sale or rental of new or used motor vehicles or trailers in operable mcoontodritcioycnleasn,d where no repair work is done, including farm implements, boats, bicycles, law mowers, etc..
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE STATION OR FILLING STATION: A building or other structure or Oa iltract of land where gasoline, kerosene or any other motor fuel or lubricating motoor rvgerheiacslees.for operating motor vehicles is dispensed directly to users of
AdUeTvOicMeOsBILE WASH OR AUTOMATIC CAR WASH: A building or structure where mechanical are employed for the purpose of washing motor vehicles.
AUTOMOBILE SERVICES: The repair, rebuilding, or reconditioning of motor vehicles voer hpicalretss. thereof, including collision service, painting and steam cleaning of
ORDINANCE NO. 37-82
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BASEMENT: A story whose whose floor line is below grade at any entrance or exit and exit. ceiling is not more than 5 feet above grade at any such entrance or
BEGINNING OF CONSTRUCTION: The excavation ando/r the incorporation of labor and material within the walls of the building or buildings.
BLOCK: In describing the boundaries of a district the word "block" refers to legal description. In all other cases the word "block" refers to the property abutting on one side of a street between two intersecting streets or a street and a railroad right-of-way or watercourse.
BOARD:
Ohio. The Board of Zoning And Building Appeals of the Village of Granville,
BOARDING OR LODGING HOUSE: A dwelling or part thereof occupied by a single housekeeping unit where meals and lodging are provided for 3 or more persons for compensation by previous arrangement, where no cooking or dining facilities are provided in individual rooms.
BUILDING: Any structure having a roof supported by columns or walls, used or intended to be used for the shelter or enclosure of persons, animals or property. When such a structure is divided into separate parts by one or more unpierced walls extending from the ground up, each part is deemed a separate building, except as regards minimum si deyard requirements as hereinafter pro- vided.
BUILDING, HEIGHT OF: The vertical distance from the average contact with ground level at the front wall of the building to the highest point of the roof.
BUILDING LINE: The frontyard setback; a line established by this Zoning Ordinance, generally parallel with and measured perpendicularly from the front lot line, defining the limits of a front yard in which no building or structure
may be located except as may be provided by this ordinance or district regula- tion, or as established by the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals.
BUSINESS C( OMMERCIAL):A concentration of a wide variety of offices and retail establishments located on or at the intersection of arterial streets as specified by the Master Plan.
CEMETERY: Land used or intended to be used for the burial of the human dead and dedicated for cemetery purposes, including columbariums, crematories, mausoleums and mortuaries if operated in connection with, and within the boundaries of, such cemetery.
CITY/ VILLAGE: The municipal corporation of Granville, Licking County, Ohio.
CITY BUILDING INSPECTOR: The Building Inspector of the Village of Granville who is also the Zoning Inspector for purposes of this ordinance.
CLINIC: A place used for the care, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing, infirm and injured persons and those who are in need of medical or surgical attention, but who are not provided with board or room nor kept overnight on the premises.
CONDITIONAL USE: A use which more intensely affects the surrounding area in which it is located than permitted uses in the same zoning district. A conditional use permit shall be granted if upon review of the site plan the Development Commission determines that all criteria stated in Article 13 of this ordinance have been met.
COMMISSION: The Development Commission of the Village of Granville, Ohio.
CONVALESCENT HOME: A home designed for the care of patients after they leave the hospital but before they are released from observation and treatment.
COUNCIL: The Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio.
COURT: An open unoccupied and unobstructed space, other than a yard, on the same lot with a building or group of buildings.
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DENSITY: A unit of measurement; the number of dwelling units per acre of land.
a) Gross Density -The number of dwelling units per acre of land
to be developed; that is, including that area in publicly
dedicated land.
b) Net Density The number of dwelling units per acre of land
exclusive of that area in publicly dedicated land.
DISTRICT: All properties of the same use, height and area classification
which adjoin or are continuous without intervening property or another classification and regardless of any street, alley, easement or reserve that
may intervene, shall constitute a "district".Separate districts include the
Village District, the Community Service District, the Suburban Residential
District, the Open Space District, the University District and the Planned
Districts as indicated by the official zoning map. For detailed definition,
see the statement of purpose of each respective district.
DWELLING UNIT: Space, within a building, comprising living, dining, sleeping
room or rooms, storage closets, as well as space and equipment bathing, for cooking, and toilet facilities, all used by only one family and its household employees.
DWELLING, SINGLEF- AMILY: A building consisting of a single dwelling unitonly, separated from other dwelling units by open space.
DWELLING, TWOF-AMILY: A building consisting of two dwelling units which may be either attached side by side or one above the other, and each unit having either a separate or combined entrance or entrances.
DWELLING, MULTI-FAMILY: A building consisting of three or more dwelling units including condominiums with varying arrangements of entrances and party walls.
Multi-family housing may include public housing and industrialized units.
DWELLING, INDUSTRIALIZED UNIT: An assembly of materials or products compris- ing' all or part of a total structure which, when constructed, is selfsufficient
or substantially self-sufficient and when installed, constitutes a dwelling unit, except for necessary preparations for its placement.
DWELLING, MOBILE HOME: A detached dwelling unit designed to be transported on highways, and when arriving at the site for placement involving only minor and incidental unpacking, assembling, and connection operations, but which involves no substantial reconstruction which would render the unit unfit as a csoucnhveyraenccoensotnrutchteionhigihswuanyd. erTtahkeeun.nit shall be considered as real property if
EASEMENT: An interest in land owned by another that entitles its holder to a specific limited use or enjoyment.
ESSENTIAL SERVICES: The erection, construction, alteration or maintenance, by public utilities or municipal or other government agencies, of underground surface or overhead gas, electrical, steam or water transmission or distribu- tion systems, collection, communications, supply or disposal systems, including poles, wires, mains, drains, sewers, pipes, conduits, cables, fire alarm boxes, police call boxes, traffic signals, hydrants, and other similar equipment and accessories in connection therewith, reasonably necessary for the furnishing of adequate service by such public utilities or municipal or other governmental agencies or for the public health or safety or general welfare, but not includ- ing buildings.
FAMILY: One or more persons related by blood, adoption, or marriage, living ando/r cooking together as a single housekeeping unit, exclusive of household servants. A number of persons but not exceeding two (2) living ando/r cooking together as a single housekeeping unit though not related by blood, adoption, or marriage shall be deemed to constitute a family.
FLOOD PLAIN: That land, includjng the floodway fringe and the floodway, subject to inundation by the regional or "100-year" flood.
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FLOOD: "Refer to Flood Plain Regulations".
FLOODWAY FRINGE: "Refer to Flood Plain Regulations".
FLOODWAY: Refer to Flood Plain Regulations".
GARAGE OR CARPORT, PRIVATE: A detached principal building accessory building or a portion of the self- used by the occupants of the premises for the storage of propelled vehicles or trailers.
GARAGE, PUBLIC: A structure or portion thereof, other than a private garage, used for the storage, sale, hire, care, repair or refinishing of self-pro- pelled vehicles or trailers.
HOME OCCUPATION: Any home occupation conducted in a dwelling unit by aresident occupant. (Refer to Home Occupation Regulations).
HOSPITAL:
infirm, or
attention,
premises.
A place used for the care, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing, injured persons, and those who are in need of medical and surgical but who are provided with board or room or kept overnight on the
HOTEL MOTEL AND APARTMENT HOTEL: A building in which lodging or boarding and lodging are provided and offered to the public for compensation. As such it is open to the public in contradistinction to a boarding house, roominghouse, lodging house, fraternity, sorority, or dormitory which is separately defined.
INDUSTRY: Storage, repair, manufacture, preparation or treatment of any article, substance or commodity.
JUNK OR SALVAGE YARD: A place where waste, discarded or salvaged materials are bought, sold, exchanged, baled, packed, disassembled or handled, including auto wrecking yards, house wrecking yards, used lumber yards and places oryards for storage of salvaged house wrecking and structural steel materials and equip- ment; but not including such places where such uses are conducted entirely within a completely enclosed building, and not including pawn shops and estab- lishments for the sale, purchase or storage of used furniture and household equipment, used cars in operable condition, or salvaged materials incidental to manufacturing operations.
KENNEL OR CATTERY: Any lot or premises on which four (4) or more domesticated abnreimda, lsbomarodreedt,han four (4) months of age are either commercially housed, groomed, trained or sold.
LAND USE PLAN: The long-range plan for the desirable use of land in the Village of Granville as officially adopted and as amended from time to time by the Village Development Commission; the purpose of such plan being, among other things, to serve as a guide in the zoning and progressive changes in the zoning of land to meet the changing needs, in the subdividing and use of undeveloped land, and in the acquisition of rightso- f-way or sites for public purpose such as streets, parks, schools and public buildings.
LIGHT INDUSTRIAL: Industrial activities which are generally free of nuisance from noise, dust, smoke, odor, or vibration.
PLANNED INDUSTRIAL: Coordination and integration of industrial uses designed as separate elements of one specific site layout.
LOADING SPACE: An off-street space or berth on the same lot with a building or contiguous to a group of buildings for temporary parking of a commercial vehicle while loading or unloading merchandise or materials.
LOT: A division of land separated from other divisions for purpose of sale, Tanedas-eboounr dsse. parate use, described on a recorded subdivision plat, or by metes
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LOT, CORNER: A lot located at the intersection of two or more streets. A lot
abutting on a curved street or streets or streets shall be considered a corner
lot if the side lot lines to the foremost depth of the lot meet at an interior
angle of less than 135 degrees. Irrespective of building orientation, on a
corner lot the setback for the front yard for that use shall apply to all sides
of a lot having a frontage on publicly-dedicated right-of-ways.
LOT COVERAGE: The ratio of enclosed ground floor area of all buildings lot to the horizontally on a projected area of the lot, expressed as a percentage.
FRONT, LOT LINE: The lot line separating an interior lot from the street
right-of-way upon which it abuts or the shortest lot line of a corner lot which
abuts upon a street right-of-way. Unless the context clearly indicates the
contrary, it shall be construed as synonymous with street right-of-way line.
LOT MEASUREMENT:
LOT, MINIMUM ARE
subdivision reco
described by met
LOT LINE, REAR:
front lot line.
a) Lot Depth-The mean horizontal distance of a lot
measured between the front and rear lot lines.
b) Lot Width -The width of a lot at the building setback
line measured at right angles to its depth.
A OF: A lot which is part of the original Village Plat or a rded in the office of the county recorder, or a lot or parcel
es and bounds, the description of which has been so recorded.
That lot line which is opposite and furthest removed from the
In such a lot where the side lot lines meet to the rear of
the lot, or where the rear lot line is less than ten (10) feet, the minimum
rear yard shall be computed from the point of intersection of the side lot
lines on an imaginary line that is at equal angles from each side lot line.
In the case of a corner lot, the rear lot line is opposite and most further
removed from the front lot line of least dimension.
MANUFACTURING: See Industrial.
MINERIAL: Any material quarried, mined or otherwise extracted from the earth
which is intended to be used as a commercial product.
MOBILE HOME: See Dwelling, Mobile Home.
MOBILE HOME PARK: Any site, or tract of land under single ownership, upon which two or more mobile homes used for habitation are parked, either free of charge or for revenue purposes; including any roadway, building, structure, vehicle, or enclosure used or intended for use as a part of the facilities of such park.
NONC-ONFORMING USE: The use of land or a building, or a portion thereof, which does not conform with the use regulations of the district in which it is
situated (see Section 1 of Non-Conforming Uses).
NURSERY (PLANT MATERIAL):
for the growing of storage
be 6ffered for retail sale
gardening or landscaping.
A space including accessory buildings or structures
of live trees, shrubs, or plant materials which may
on the premises, including products used for
NURSERY D( AY CARE CENTER):A facility which temporarily assumes responsibility for children in their parent' s absence.
NURSING HOME: To include convalescent and extended care facilities, an estab- lishment which specializes in providing necessary services to those unable to be responsible for themselves.
OPEN SPACE: That part of a zoning lot, including courts or yards, which is open and unobstructed from its lowest level to the sky, accessible to all tenants upon the zoning lot. Open space shall also mean unique, natural scenic land areas and land areas that are characterized by a rural quality having an absence of development or as defined by surrounding development.
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PARKING AREA, PRIVATE: An open area for the same uses as private garage.
PARKING AREA, PUBLIC: An open area, other than a street or other used public way, for the parking of automobiles and available to the public whether for a fee, free or as an accommodation for clients or customers.
PARKING SPACE: A permanently surfaced area not less than 200 square feet,
either within a structure or in the open, exclusive of driveways or access drives, for the parking of one motor vehicle.
PERMITTED USE: A class of specific uses of land ando/r structures which is allowed by right within a designed zoning district, given conformance to site
development and other criteria as specified within this Ordinance.
RECREATIONAL VEHICLES SALES AREA: See Automobile Sales Area.
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES: Research, development and testing related to such fields
as chemical, pharmaceutical, medical, electrical, transportation, and engineer- ing. All research, testing and development shall be carried on within entirely
enclosed buildings, and no noise, smoke, glare, vibration, or odor shall be
detected outside of said building.
ROOMING HOUSE: A dwelling occupied by an owner or a duly authorized agent of
an owner and three or more rent-paying persons.
SCHOOL, ELEMENTARY AND HIGH: An institution of learning which offers instruc- tions in the several branches of learning and study required to be taught in the schools by the applicable laws of the State of Ohio. High Schools include junior and senior grades.
SIGN: Any device designated to inform or attract the attention of persons not onthe premises on which such device is located. (See "Sign Regulations" herein contained).
STABLE, COMMERCIAL: A stable for horses, donkeys, mules or ponies which are let, hired, used or boarded on a commercial basis and for compensation.
STABLE, PRIVATE: An accessory building for the keeping of horses, donkeys,
mules, or ponies owned by the occupant of the premises and not kept for remuneration, hire or sale.
STANDARD, PERFORMANCE: A criterion established in the interest of protecting the public health and safety for the control of noise, odor, smoke, noxious
ginases and other objectionable or dangerous elements generated by and inherent or incidental to land use.
STORY: That portion of a building, included between the surface of any floor and the surface of the floor next above it, or, i f there be no floor above it, then the space between the floor and the ceiling next above it.
STREETT/HOROUGHFARE: A public or private way for the purposes of vehicular travel, including the entire area within the right-of-way.
STRUCTURE: Anything constructed, the use of wich requires permanent location
gonrouthned.ground, or attachment to something having a permanent location on the
STRUCTURAL ALTERATION:
such as walls, columns,
Any change in the structural members of a building,
beams or girders.
YARD: A required open space other than a court unoccupied and unobstructed by any structure or portion of a structure from three (3) feet above the general ground level of the graded lot upward; provided, accessories, orna- ments and furniture may be permitted in any yard, subject to height limita- tions and requirements limiting obstruction of visibility.
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YARD,FRONT: A yard extending between side lot lines across the
front lot line to the front of the principal building.
YARD,REAR: A yard extending between side lot lines across the
rear of a lot and from the rear lot line to the rear of the
principal building.
YARD,SIDE: A yard extending from the principal building to the
side lot line on both sides of the principal building lines between the establishing the front and rear yards.
ZONING INSPECTOR: The Zoning or Building Inspector of the Village of Granville, or his authorized representative.
ZONING MAP: The Zoning Map of the Village of Granville, together with all amendments subsequently adopted.
ZONING CERTIFICATE: A document issued by the Village Manager authorizing buildings, structures or uses consistent with the terms of this Ordinance and for the purpose of carrying out anf enforcing its provisions.
Section II:
Section III:
Section IV:
Passed this
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Existing Article 4 of Ordinance No. 16-76 is hereby repealed.
It is found and determined that all formal actions of this
Council concerning and relating to the adoption of this
Ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of this Council,
and that all deliberations of this Council and of any of
its committees that resulted in such formal action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all
legal requirements including Section 2. 09 of the Granville Village Charter.
This Ordinance shall be effective from and after the
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ORDINANCE NO. 36-82
Harriott
PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $179,000 SEWER UTILITY
IMPROVEMENT NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF
BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING THE MUNICIPAL
WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND COLLECTION SYSTEM BY
CONSTRUCTING A NEW WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AND
NECESSARY APPURTENANCES INCLUDING CONTROL,
LABORATORY AND STANDBY POWER FACILITIES, AND BY
RECONSTRUCTING AND REHABILITATING SANITARY SEWERS
TOGETHER WITH NECESSARY APPURTENANCES, AND DECLARING
AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, this Council has pursuant to Ordinance No. 35-82 ,
adopted November 3, 1982, set forth a general plan for financing improvements
to the municipal sewer utility which contemplates the financing of the
improvements by the issuance of general obligation bond anticipation notes and
mortgage revenue bonds; and
WHEREAS, the presently estimated local share of the cost of the
improvements is approximately $910,000; and
WHEREAS, it is now necessary to proceed with the financing of the
first phase of the improvements by the issuance of the general obligation bond
anticipation notes; and
WHEREAS, the Director of Finance, as fiscal officer, has certified to
this Council that the estimated life of the improvements described in this
ordinance is at least 5 years, that the maximum maturity of the bonds referred
to herein is 40 years, and that the maximum maturity of the notes referred to
herein, to be issued in anticipation of the bonds, is ten years, if sold
publicly or one year if sold privately;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of
Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I.
Section II.
It is declared necessary to issue bonds of the Village of
Granville in the aggregate principal amount of $179,000 (the
Bonds) for the purpose of improving the municipal wastewater
treatment and collection system by constructing a new
wastewater treatment plant and necessary appurtenances
including control, laboratory and standby power facilities,
and by reconstructing and rehabilitating sanitary sewers
together with necessary appurtenances.
The Bonds shall be dated approximately December 1, 1983, shall
bear interest at the estimated rate of 10-1/2%per annum,
payable semi- annually, until the principal sum is paid, and
shall mature in 25 annual installments.
Section III. It is necessary to issue and this Council determines that
notes in the aggregate principal amount of $179,000 (the
Notes) shall be issued in anticipation of the Bonds. The
Notes shall be dated the date of issuance, shall bear interest
at the rate of 7.75 %per annum, payable at maturity, with
provision that after maturity such notes shall bear interest
at 13.0 %per annum, until the principal sum is paid, and
shall be issued in such numbers and denominations as may be
requested by the original purchaser. The principal of and
interest on the Notes shall be payable in lawful money of the
United States of America at the Granville, Ohio office of Park
National Bank, or if requested by the original purchaser, the option of at the holder at some other bank or trust company mutually agreed to by the Director of Finance and the original
BY:
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Section IV.
Section V.
Section VI.
purchaser, and in Federal Reserve funds if requested by the
original purchaser of the Notes. The Notes shall mature one
year from date. The requests of the original purchaser
provided for in this section are subject to the approval of
the Director of Finance prior to the issuance of the Notes.
The Notes shall not have coupons attached, shall be executed
by the Mayor and the Director of Finance, provided that one of
such signatures may be a facsimile signature, bear the seal of
the municipal corporation or a facsimile thereof, and express
upon their faces the purpose for which they are issued and
that they are issued pursuant to this ordinance.
Subject to the rejection of the Notes by the officer in charge
of the Bond Retirement Fund for investment in that fund, the
Notes are awarded and sold to Seasongood &Mayer, Cincinnati,
Ohio (the original purchaser) at not less' than par value and
accrued interest. The Director of Finance is hereby
authorized and directed to deliver the Notes, when executed,
to the original purchaser upon payment of the purchase price.
The proceeds from the sale of the Notes, except any premium
and accrued interest, shall be paid into the proper fund and
used for the purpose for which the Notes are being issued
under the provisions of this ordinance. Any premium and
accrued interest received from the sale shall be transferred
to the Bond Retirement Fund to be applied to the payment of
the principal of and interest on the Notes in the manner
provided by law.
The Village convenants that it will restrict the use of the
proceeds of the Notes in such manner and to such extent, if
any, as may be necessary, after taking into account reasonable
expectations at the time the debt evidenced by the Notes is
incurred, so that the Notes will not constitute arbitrage
bonds under Section 103(c) of the Internal Revenue Code and
the regulations prescribed under that section. The fiscal
officer or any other officer, including the Clerk of Council,
having responsibility with respect to the issuance of the
Notes is authorized and directed to give an appropriate
certificate on behalf of the Village, for inclusion in the
transcript of proceedings, setting forth the facts, estimates
and circumstances and reasonable expectations regarding the
amount and use of the proceeds of the Notes pursuant to
Section 103(c) and regulations thereunder.
Section VII. During the years while the Notes run there shall be levied all the taxable on property in the Village, in addition to all
other taxes, a direct tax annually not less than that which would have been levied if the Bonds had been issued without
the prior issuance of the Notes. The tax shall be and is
ordered computed, certified, and extended upon the tax
duplicate and collected by the same officers, in the same
manner, and at the same time that taxes for general purposes for each of said years are certified, levied, extended and
collected. The tax shall be placed before and in preference
to all other items and for the full amount thereof. The funds
derived from the tax shall be placed in a separate fund,
which, together with all interest collected on the same, shall be irrevocably pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on the Notes or Bonds when and as the same fall due; provided, however, that in each year to the extent that income from the sanitary sewer system is available for the payment of interest on and principal of the Notes or the Bonds and is
appropriated for such purpose, the amount of such tax shall be reduced by the amount of such income so available and so appropriated.
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Section VIII. The Notes shall be the full general obligations of the Village
and the full faith, credit and revenue of the Village are
pledged for the prompt payment of the same. The par value to
be received from the sale of the Bonds and any excess funds
resulting from the issuance of the Notes shall, to the extent
necessary, be used for the retirement of the Notes at
maturity, together with interest thereon, and are pledged for
such purpose.
Section IX.
Section X.
Section XI.
Section XII.
Passed:
It is determined that all acts, conditions and things required
to be done or to exist precedent to and in the issuing of the
Notes, in order to make them legal, valid and binding
obligations of the Village have happened, been done and
performed in regular and due form as required by law, and that
no limitation of indebtedness or taxation, either statutory or
constitutional, will have been exceeded in the issuance of the
Notes.
The Clerk of Council is directed to forward a certified copy
of this ordinance to the Auditor of Licking County.
It is determined that all formal actions of this Council
concerning and relating to the passage of this ordinance were
adopted in an open meeting of this Council, and that all
deliberations of this Council and of any of its committees
that resulted in such formal action were in meetings open to
the public in compliance with all legal requirements,
including Section 121.22, Ohio Revised Code.
This ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure
necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace,
safety, health, morals and welfare of this Village, and for
the further reason that the immediate issuance and sale of the
Notes is necessary to provide funds to enable the Village to
promptly proceed with the construction design and engineering
required for the improvements in order to maintain the time
schedule applicable to the federal grant it has received for
the improvements which must be constructed in order to improve
the quality of waste water treatment; and provided this
ordinance receives the affirmative vote of five members
elected or appointed to Council, it shall be in full force and
effect from and immediately after its passage; otherwise, the earliest date on

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Bartlett
AN ORDINANCE SETTING FORTH A GENERAL PLAN FOR
FINANCING IMPROVEMENTS TO THE MUNICIPAL SEWER
UTILITY THROUGH THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION
BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES, WHICH NOTES WILL BE RETIRED
AND FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS FINANCED BY THE ISSUANCE OF
MORTGAGE REVENUE BONDS OF THE VILLAGE, AND DECLARING
AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Village of Granville now owns and operates as a public
utility a municipal sewer system (hereinafter sometimes referred to as the
Utility"th)e, product and services of which are, and are to be supplied to
persons and corporations within and without the corporate limits of the
Village; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to reports to the Village by its Consulting
Engineers and in accordance with water pollution control requirements and
regulations, this Council has determined it to be essential to make certain
improvements to the Utility so as to provide adequate service to present and
prospective customers thereof, such improvements consisting of constructing a
new wastewater treatment plant and necessary appurtenances including control
laboratory and standby power facilities, and by reconstructing and
rehabilitating sanitary sewers together with necessary appurtenances (being hereinafter collectively called the "Project"an)d;
WHEREAS, the Village has received a_federal grant with respect to a portion of the cost of the Project and this Council finds and determines that
it is necessary to now make provision for the financing of the Project; and
WHEREAS, this Council finds and determines that the permanent
financing for the Project should be through the issuance of mortgage revenue bonds issued pursuant to Section 12 of Article XVIII, Ohio Constitution, in
order to preserve the borrowing capability of the Village for improvements
which cannot be financed with mortgage revenue bonds; and
WHEREAS, this Council finds and determines that the first phase of the Project should be financed under Chapter 133, Ohio Revised Code, and
particularly Section 133.23 thereof, by the issuance of general obligation
bond anticipation notes, which notes are anticipated to be retired from the
proceeds of the mortgage revenue bonds and other funds which may be available for that purpose;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I.
Section II.
Section III.
This Council hereby declares that it is necessary to improve
the Utility by the construction of the Project and that it is
necessary to issue and sell mortgage revenue bonds pursuant to Section 12 of Article XVIII, Ohio Constitution, to provide funds for such purpose.
This Council hereby finds and determines that the Project shall be financed in phases, that the first phase shall be
initially and temporarily financed through the issuance of general obligation bond anticipation notes which shall be
retired, pursuant to Section 133.23, Ohio Revised Code, from
the proceeds of mortgage revenue bonds issued pursuant to Section 12 of Article XVIII, Ohio Constitution, and that it is
now anticipated that such mortgage revenue bonds will provide the permanent financing for the Project.
The mortgage revenue bonds will be payable solely from the
revenues and properties of the Utility and will be secured by
a mortgage constituting a lien upon said revenues or property after provision for the reasonable operation and maintenance
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BY:
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Section IV.
Section V.
Section VI.
expenses of the Utility. Neither the general resources of the
Village will be required to be used nor the general credit of
the Village pledged for the performance of any duty under any
mortgage given or the ordinance providing for the issuance of
the mortgage revenue bonds.
The Village will, upon the issuance of any mortgage revenue
bonds, covenant with the holders of such bonds and with any
trustee designated in the ordinance authorizing such bonds and
to which such mortgage will be granted for the benefit of the
holders of any mortgage revenue bonds that: (a) it will at
all times prescribe and charge such rates for the service of
the Utility and will so restrict the operation and maintenance
expenses of the Utility, as shall result in revenues at least
adequate after meeting such operation and maintenance expenses
to provide for (1) the payments required by any mortgage
revenue bond ordinance to be made into the debt service fund,
debt service reserve fund, or other special funds, (2) proper
improvement and replacement reserves, and (3) sufficient
earnings coverage to permit the issuance of any additional
mortgage revenue bonds to be issued on a parity with any such
originally issued mortgage revenue bonds required for the
construction of necessary or advisable extensions or
improvements, and (b) the Village will observe and perform all
of its agreements and obligations provided for by any such
mortgage revenue bonds, the ordinance authorizing such bonds
and any mortgage given to secure such bonds.
Any general obligation bond anticipation notes to be issued
for the interim financing of the Project shall bear such
designation as may be necessary to distinguish them from any
mortgage revenue bonds issued to retire such notes, and will
be subject to all other provisions as provided in the
ordinance authorizing their issuance, including provisions
that the full faith, credit and revenue of the Village will be
irrevocably pledged for the prompt payment of the principal
and interest thereof at maturity. It is presently
contemplated that such general obligation bond anticipation
notes will be retired through the issuance of bonds, mortgage revenue pursuant to Section 12 of Article XVIII, Ohio
Constitution.
It is hereby found and determined that all formal actions of
this Council concerning and relating to the adoption of this
ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of this Council, and
that all deliberations of this Council and of any of its
committees that resulted in such formal action, were in
meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal
requirements including Section 121.22, Ohio Revised Code.
Section VII. That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public
peace, health and safety of this Village, and for the further
reason that the immediate effectiveness of this ordinance is
necessary so that the contemplated general plan for financing the Project will have been established prior to the passage of the note ordinance for the -first phase of the financing of the Project; and provided this ordinance receives the affirmative
vote of five members elected or appointed to Council, it shall be in full force and effect from and immediately after its
passage; otherwise, on the earliest date permitted by the

Ordinance 34-1982

Y: Schnaidt
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25-81 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR STORM SEWERS IN THE REVENUE SHARING FUND.
Providing For Adjustent Of The Annual Budget For The Provide Fiscal Year 1982 And To Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From Storm Sewer Reconstruction.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08,of Article II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1982, and ending December 31, 1982. amd
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1982 but did not include
provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter indicated:
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: That the sum of $4500 be and hereby is appropriated
to Atcount No. 87-5-F250 entitled, "Storm Sewers in
the Revenue Sharing Fund.
Section II: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in fOrce
from and after the earliest date allowed by la.v-.
Passed this 15th
Attest:
Y A -/ 3C n -
7.lerk of Council
Approved ill° 97m:
Law Director
day of December
Lf·f*t Mayork-/
1982.
ORDINANCE NO. 31 ·82

Ordinance 33-1982

: Avery
AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A
CONTRACT WITH CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.,WITHOUT
COMPETITIVE 3 IDDING TO RECONSTRUCT TWO HUNDRED FEET OF STORM
SEWER ON PEARL STREET IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PEARL STREET
SEWER REPLACEMENT, DECLARING A PUBLIC DISASTERAND DECLARING
AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, in the course of the Pearl Street Sewer Contruction Project
the storm sewer has been found to be in gross disrepair, and;
WHEREAS, failure to replace the storm sewer while Pearl Street is
open would incur s;gnificant additional expense and public inconvenience, and;
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 5. 05 of Article V of
the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, purchases may be made in the
open market without competition in the case of a public disaster,
that:
Section
Section
Section III:
Passed this
NOW, THEREFORE, be i.t ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio,
I: A public disaster is hereby declared to exist by at least five sevenths vote of Council, in that failure to
immediately reconstruct the Pearl Street storm sewer could
cause a menace to the public health.
II: The Manager should te and he is hereby authorized and
directed on behalf of the Village of Granville, to enter
into a contract with Concrete Construction Company, Inc., without competitive bidding, for the completion of the
said project, which is attached hereto, marked exhibit A".
This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the preservation of the public
health and safety, and thet'-efore shall take effect immediately.
upon passage.
3rd
Atts j 114u t - _· _LS- Temp.Clerl<tt-l-b·ouncil
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of November
S d/1/ja »
Maydr-/
1982.
ORDINANCE NO. 33-82

Ordinance 32-1982

Schndidt
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25-81 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR LEGAL EXPENSES IN THE GENERAL FUND.
Providing For Adjustment Of The Annual Budget For The To Provide Fiscal Year 1982 And Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From Legal Bills.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1982, and ending December 31, 1982, and
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1982 but did not include provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter jndicated:
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: That the sum of $2,140 be and hereby is appropriated to Account No. Al-7-K230 entitled, "Contractural
Services, Law", in the General Fund.
Section II: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force
from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this 20th ,
Atest:
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of October
2&t_z«=- - Mayot,/ 1
1982.
ORDINANCE NO. 32-82

Ordinance 31-1982

BY: Harriott
ORDINANCE NO. 31-82
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25-81 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES IN THE WASTE WATER CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS FUND.
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal To Provide Year 1982 And Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From A Probable Sanitary Sewer Collapse On South Pearl Street, And The Need To Excavate And Repair Said Sanitary, Sewer.
WHEREAS, pursuant td the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1982 and ending December 31, 1982, and;
WHEREAS, such, a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1982 but did not
include provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter indicated, and;
WHEREAS, resident inspection of the Pearl Street Sanitary Sewer Construction has been deemed to be a necessity. Y
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: The sum of $85,000 be and hereby is appropriated to Account E2-5-I8-250 entitled "South Pearl Street
Sewer Construction", in the Waste Water Capital
Improvements Fund to provide for Construction of the
South Pearl Street Sanitary Sewer.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in force
from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this 20th
tes1t-: -- -- 2,0€1j« CTerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of October 1982

Ordinance 30-1982

Miller
AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A
CONTRACT WITH CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.,WITHOUT
COMPETITIVE BIDDING TO COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION ON THE PEARL
STREET SEWER REPLACEMENT, DECLARING A PUBLIC DISASTER AND DE- CLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, Philip L. Skinner, Inc.,has failed the Pearl Street Sewer to complete the work required by Replacement contract, and;
WHEREAS, Philip L. Skinner, Inc.,agreed to pay $84,926.39, to the Villageof Granville to provide necessary funds for completion of the said project, and;
WHEREAS, Concrete Construction Company, Inc.,has agreed to complete the said project for the sum of $232,682, and;
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 5. 05 of Article V of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, purchases may be made in the open market without competition in the case of a public disaster,
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section
Section
Section III:
Passed this
I: A public disaster is hereby declared to exist by at least five sevenths vote of Council, in that failure to
immediately complete construction of the Pearl Street
Sewer Replacement could cause a menace to the public health.
II: The Manager should be and he is hereby authorized and
directed on behalf of the Village of Granville, to enter into a contract with Concrete Construction Company, Inc., without competitive bidding, for the completion of the said project, which is attached hereto, marked exhibit A".
This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure. Necessary for the preservation of the public

Ordinance 29-1982

Bartlett
AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO EXECUTE A
RELEASE IN FAVOR OF PHILIP L. SKINNER, INC.,FOR THE PEARL
STREET SEWER REPLACEMENT, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, Philip L. Skinner, Inc.,has the Pearl failed to complete the work required by Street Sewer Replacement Contract, and;
WHEREAS, Philip L. Skinner, Inc.,has proposed payment to the Village of Granville of $84,926. 39, to provide necessary funds for the completion of the project;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: The Manager should be, and he is hereby, directed and
authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville, to
execute a release in favor of Philip L. Skinner, Inc., which is attached hereto, marked "Exhibit A".
Section II: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the preservation of the· public
health and safety, and therefore shall take effect immediately upon passage.
Passed this 2lst
erk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day Of September
Mayof_ j
1982.
I, Catherine M. Mi-ller, Clerk of Council,
of the Village of Granville, Ohio, do
hereby certify, that the foregoing
ordinance is a true and exact copy of Ordinance No. 29-82.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
ORDINANCE NO. 29-82

Ordinance 28-1982

BY: Schnaidt
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25-81 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES IN THE WASTE WATER CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS FUND, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1982 And
To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From A Probable Sanitary
Sewer Collapse On South Pearl Street, And The Need To Excavate And Repair
Said Sanitary Sewer.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the
Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized
to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1982
and ending December 31, 1982, and;
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1982 but did
not include provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter indicated, and;
WHEREAS, resident inspection of the Pearl Street Sanitary Sewer Construction
has been deemed to be a necessity,
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section
Section
I: The sum of $20,000 be and hereby is appropriated
to Account E2-5-19-250 entitled "South Pearl
Street Sewer Resident Inspection", in the Waste
Water Capital Improvements Fund to provide for
Engineering Supervision of the South Pearl
Street Sanitary Sewer Construction .
II: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure, necessary for the preservation
of the public health and safety, and therefore
shall take effect immediately upon passage.
Passed this
Attest:
6814/11«3-
c€erk*of Coun-cil
15th
Aprpoved as to for -
day of September

44 4 4149 Maydr -
1982.
Law Director
ORDINANCE NO. 28-82

Ordinance 27-1982

BY: Davison
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25-81 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS TO THE SEWER FUND, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1982 And
To Provide Sums To Meet. - Current Obligations Arising From Sewer Improvements.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the
Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authotized
to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1982,
and ending December 31, 1982, and
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1982 but did
not include provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter indicated:
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: That the sum of $20,000 be and hereby is appropriated
from the Sewer Fund To Account No. E2-5-H-270 entitled,
Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund".
Section II: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure, necessary for the preservation of the public
health and safety, and therefore shall take effect
immediately upon passage.
Passed this 15th
002,3 4 .ok, A o A.:
erk df-tbuncy 1
Approved as to forn:
day of September
1D -V tA ,-.4<S- - -TfIIlTJ#ivJ1,
Mayor 1-/
19

Ordinance 26-1982

l
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25-81 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR PAYMENT OF NON-EXEMPTED PROPERTY TAXES.
4'
Providing For Adjustment Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1982 And
To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From Non,Exempted Property Taxation.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the
Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1982
and ending December 31, 1982, and
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal include provisions for expenditures year 1982 but did not for sums hereafter indicated:
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: That the sums of be and hereby is
appropriated to Account Al-7-E-240,
entitled "Lands &Buildings",in the
General Fund.
Section II: That this ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after the earliest
date allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of
Mayor
1982.
ORDINANCE NO. 26-82

Ordinance 24-1982

Y: Miller
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25-81 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN OF BEECHWOOD AND THORNEWOOD
DRIVES.
Providing For Adjustment Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1982 And
To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations For Engineering Services.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the
Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized
to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1982 and ending December 31, 1982, and
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal include provisions for expenditures year 1982 but did not for sums hereafter indicated:
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I:
Section II:
Passed this
Clerk of Council
That the sum of $5,000 be and hereby is
appropriated to Account AI-6-8250,
entitled "Beechwood &Thornewood
Reconstruction"in, the General Fund.
That this ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from and after the
earliest date allowed by law.
Approved as to form
Law Director
eAD
day of October 1982.
or
ORDINANCE NO. 25-82

Ordinance 23-1982

Davison
AN ORDINANCE PURSUANT TO SECTION 5705.19, REVISED CODE
SUBMITTING TO THE ELECTORS THE QUESTION OF AN
ADDITIONAL TAX LEVY FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
RECONSTRUCTION, AND RESURFACING OF STREETS, ROADS AND
BRIDGES, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BE IT ORDAINED, by the Council of the Village of Granville, State of Ohio,
five- sevenths of all the membdrs elected thereto concurring:
Section I: It is hereby found, determined and declared that the amount of
taxes which may be raised by the Village of Granville within
the tenm- ill limitation will be insufficient to provide for the
necessary requirements of the Village, and that it is necessary
to levy a tax in excess of such limitation for the purpose of
construction, reconstruction, and resurfacing of streets, roads
and bridges in the amount of one (1) mill for a period of five
5) years.
Section II: The question of an additional levy of one (1) mill for the
purpose of construction, reconstruction, and resurfacing
streets, roads and bridges for a period of five (5) years
beginning with the tax list and duplicate for the year 1982,
the proceeds of which levy first would be ayailable to the
Village of Granville in the calendar year 1983, be submitted
under the provisions of division F( ) o 'f Section 5705.19,
Revised Code, to the electors of the Village of Granville at an election to be held therein on the 2nd day of November, 1982,
as authorized by law. Said election shall be held at the
regular places of voting in said Village as established by the
Board of Elections of Licking County, or otherwise, within the
times provided by law and shall be conducted, canvassed and
certified in the manner provided by law.
Section III: The form of the ballot to be cast at the election on the
question of this tax levy shall be substantially as follows:
PROPOSED TAX LEVY (ADDITIONAL)
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
A majority affirmative vote is necessary for passage.
An additional tax for the benefit of the Village of
Granville for the purpose of tonstruction,
reconstruction, and resurfacing of streets, roads and
bridges at a rate not exceeding one (1) mill for each
one dollar of valuation, which amounts to ten (10)
cents for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for
a period of five (5)years.
FOR THE TAX LEVY
AGAINST THE TAX LEVY
Section IV: The Clerk of Council be and is hereby authorized and directed
to give or cause to be given notice of said election as provided by law.
ORDINANCE NO. 23-82
BY:
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Section V: The Clerk of Council be and is hereby directed to certify
immediately a copy of this ordinance to the Board of Elections
of Licking County, Ohio.
Section VI: It is found and determined that all formal actions of this
Council concerning and relating to the adoption of this
ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of this Council, and
that all deliberations of this Council and of any of its
committees that resulted in such formal action, were in
meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal
requirements including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
Section VII: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure
necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health peace, and safety of the Village and for the further reason that this ordinance must be filed with the Board of Elections
of Licking County at least seventyfi-ve days before the day of
the election provided for in Section II hereof; wherefore, this
ordinance shall take effect and be in force immediately

Ordinance 21-1982

Miller
ORDINANCE NO. 21-82
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE NECESSITY OF AN ELECTION ON
THE QUESTION OF APPROVING THE ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE
TO AMEND SECTIONS 171.03, 171.07 and 171.10 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE TO PROVIDE FOR AN
ADDITIONAL ONEQ-UARTER OF ONE PERCENT TAX W( ITH RESPECT
TO WHICH NO CREDIT SHALL BE GRANTED FOR TAX PAID TO
ANOTHER MUNICIPALITY) BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 1983 AND
THEREAFTER ON EARNINGS, INCOME AND NET PROFITS SUBJECT TO
THE MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX FOR THE PURPOSE OF GENERAL
MUNICIPAL OPERTAIONS, MAINTENANCE, NEW EQUIPMENT,
EXTENSIONS AND ENLARGEMENT OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES AND
FACILITIES AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS OF THE MUNICIPALITY,
AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville, State of Ohio, five- sevenths of all members elected thereto concurring:
Section I: That this Council hereby authorizes and directs the submission
to the electors of the Village of Granville, Ohio, at the
general election to be held at the usual places of voting in
said Village on Tuesday, November 2, 1982, between the hours of
6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. of said day, of the question of
approving the enactment of an ordinance to amend Section
171.03, Section 171.07 and Section 171.10 of the Codified
Ordinances of the Village to provide for an additional
one- quarter of one percent tax (with respect to which no credit
shall be granted for tax paid to another municipality)
beginning January 1, 1983 and thereafter on earnings, income
and net profits subject to the municipal income tax for the
purpose of general municipal operations, maintenance, new equipment, extensions and enlargement of municipal services and
facilities and capital improvements of the municipality, which ordinance is identified in Section II hereof.
Section II: That the proposed ordinance to be submitted to the electors of the Village for their approval shall be as attached hereto as attachment A.
Section III: That the form of ballot to be used at the election on the
question shall be as follows:
Shall the Ordinance [No. 19-82 providing for
an additional one- quarter of one percent tax (with
respect to which no credit shall be granted for tax paid to another municipality)beginning January 1, 1983 and thereafter on earnings, income and net profits subject to the municipal income tax for the
purpose of general municipal operations, maintenance,
new equipment, extensions and enlargement of
municipal services and facilities and capital
improvements of the municipality, be passed?
FOR THE INCOME TAX
AGAINST THE INCOME TAX
Section IV: The Clerk of Council be and is hereby directed to certify immediately a copy of this ordinance to the Board of Elections of Licking County, Ohio.
re
BY:
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Section V: It is determined that all formal actions of this Council
concerning and relating to the passage of this ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of this Council, and that all
deliberations of this Council and of any of its committees that
resulted in such formal action were in meetings open to the
public in compliance with all legal requirements, including
Section 121.22, Ohio Revised Code. c
Section VI: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure
necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health and safety of the Village peace, and for the further reason
that the additional one- quarter of one percent tax provided for
herein should be effective as of January 1, 1983 in order to provide additional revenue for the purpose for which such
additional tax is being levied and this ordinance must be filed
with the Board of Elections of Licking County at least
seventyfi-ve days before the day of the election provided for
in Section I hereof; wherefore, this ordinance shall take

Ordinance 20-1982

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Avery
AN NO.ORDINANCE TO REPEAL ARTICLE 43 OF ORDINANCE NO. 17-2, AND TO AMEND ORDINANCE 16-76.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I:
Section II:
Article 43 of Ordinance No. 17-2 is hereby repealed.
Ordinance No. 16-76 is hereby amended by adding thereto the following Article 33:
1. Purpose and Intent
SIGN CODE
Signs are a means of communication to the general public as well as a design element that can be a vital contribution to the unique and historic character of the Village. It is recognized that signs are as much subject to control as noise, odors, and debris which, if not otherwise controlled and regulated, may become a nuisance to adjacent properties or to the community i'n general. It is, there- fthoere, the purpose and intent of these sign regulations to accomplish following:
a. Protect the general health, safety, and welfare.
b. Provide for attractive ·and brderly appearances. c. Encourage compatible and well planned graphics.
2. Definitions
a. Sign: A name, identification, description, display or illustra- tion which is affixed to, painted or represented, directly or indirectly upon a building, structure, parcel or lot and which directs attention to an object, product, place, activity,
person, institution, organization or business. The word sign (s) as used throughout this ordinance shall mean sign (s) that is visible from adjacent properties or streets. A sign that is placed inside a building which is not intended primarily for observation from outside shall be excluded from these regulations.
b. Building Face: That portion of the exterior building wall (s) parallel to street right (s)o-f-way.
c. Signs Area: The allowable sign area shall be as measured by the background context of the sign as measured within an imagi- snyamryboolrs reuatillizreecdtangle that would enclose all of the numbers and within the sign.
3. Administration
a. fPoerrmthite: A permit issued by the Zoning Inspector shall be required erection of all signs within the Village except as exempted in Section 4. An application for such permit shall con- tain a scale drawing of the sign, a plat plan showing the sign' s proposed size and location in relation to any building, and other information necessary to fully explain the proposed sign. A ddaeycsisoiofnsusbhmalilssbioenr.endered on all applications within thirty (30)
b. sFiegens:peArmfeite. of $10. 00 shall accompany the application for each
ORDINANCE NO. 20-82
BY:
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Ordinance No. 20-82
Page 2 of 6
c. Inspection and Maintenance: It shall be the responsibility of
the Zoning Inspector to administer and enforce these regulations.
Any sign for which a permit has been issued may be inspected
at any time to determine its compliance with this sign
code, applicable building regulations, and acceptable safety
standards. If violations are found, the Zoning Inspector shall
notify the owner of the sign of the alterations, repairs,
support replacement, cleaning, repainting, or maintenance
necessary for compliance. Failure to comply within thirty (30)
days, unless otherwise extended by the Zoning Inspector, shall
constitute a violation of the Zoning Ordinance and subject the
owner of sign to the penalties herein.
4. Exemptions and Limitations
The following signs do not require a permit and are otherwise from these exempt regulations except for safety requirements.
a. The flag, pennants or insignia of any nation, state, city or other political unit.
b. Signs of a duly constituted government body.
c. Cornerstones, commemorative tablets and historical signs, not
to exceed ten (10) square feet or signs not exceeding two (2)
square feet in area bearing only property address, post office
box numbers, or names of occupdnts of premises.
d. For sale, rental or lease signs, and contractors' signs limited
to no more than six (6) square feet with one such sign per street front (maximum of two).
e. Church or school bulletin board.
f. Signs for the civic promotion of school, church, or community service activities which may be displayed for a maximum of
finourteen (14) consecutive days and no more than thirty (30) days one calendar year.
g. Signs and sources of illumination clearly in the nature of decorations customarily associated with any national, state, local or religious holiday.
h. Signs or posters indicating candidates or issues on the public ballot provided such material is posted no earlier than sixty 60) days prior to said election and is removed no later than ten (10) days following said election. Such signs shall be no larger than eight (8) square feet.
i. Traffic directional signs indicating points of entry or exit to off-street parking, provided that such signs are not located in public right (s)o-f-way, limited in area to four (4) square feet per sign and three (3) feet in height.
j. Temporary window advertising sign (s) providing the Chief of Police does not find that undue problems are created in assuring adequate protection to the premises.
k. Sandwich boards in the Business District, limited to one (1) per business, provided they are limited to four (4) feet in height when folded and two (2) feet in width.
1. A legally existing sign not in compliance with this sign code at the time of its adoption shall not be required to be removed if it is not altered, rebuilt, enlarged, extended, or relocated. Such sign shall be deemed a nonconforming use under the terms of this Ordinance, provided, however, that all signs prohibited in Suburban Residential Districts and existing at the effective date of this sign code in any SRD' s or at the effective date of sub- sequent zoning changes in SRD classifications, shall be removed within two (2) years of said effective date. The repainting or repair of signs shall not be deemed to be an alteration within the meaning of this ordinance.
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5. General Requirements
a. Signs are prohibited in all residential districts, including but
not limited to Village Residential, Suburban Residential, and
PUD Districts.
b. Signs shall not be placed in street right (s)o-f-way, shall
not create a demonstrable safety hazard for pedestrians or
vehicles, shall not resemble by design, color or shape any
governmental sign, and the level of illumination emitted by or
reflected from a sign shall not be of an intensity or direction
sufficient to create either a safety hazard to the safe movement
of vehicles on adjacent streets or a nuisance to adjacent proper- ties.
c. Banners, pennants, streamers, portable signs, flashing or
animated signs, or a source of illumination that flashes, blinks
or fluctuates shall be prohibited.
d. All signs shall be constructed and maintained so that they shall
not constitute a safety hazard.
e. Temporary or permanent off-premises signs shall be prohibited.
f. Sign Area Measurement: Sign area shall include the face of all
the display area of the sign not including the bracing, framing
or structural supports of the sign unless such members are made
part of the message or face of the sign. Where a sign has two
or more display faces, the area of all faces of the sign shall
be included in determining the area of a sign unless the two
faces are joined back to back, are parallel to each other and
not more than twenty-four (24) inches apart, or form a "V" angle
of less than forty (40) degrees. For spherical signs, the sphere
shall be bisected by an imaginary plane through the center of
said sphere and the surface of this imaginary plane shall be
counted as the sign face.
g. Sign Location: All ground signs shall be subject to the set-back
requirements herein. In specific instances, if the exact existing
or proposed right-of-way line cannot be determined, all
required setbacks shall be increased by twelve (12) feet and shall
be measured from the edge of existing pavement.
h. Sign Height: Permitted sign height shall be as measured from the
highest point of a sign or its structural members and the existing
or proposed final grade of the site where such sign is to be located.
6. Requirements For Permanent Signs
a. Wall Signs: Walls signs may not project outward from the building
more than twelve inches.
b. Projecting Signs: Projecting signs shall indicate only name, address and logo of an occupant and, at the discretion of the
Development Commission, may be excluded from the total allowable
sign area for specific use or building. Projecting signs shall be
no less than ten (10) feet above the sidewalk or ground level, extend no more than four (4) feet from the face of the building to
which they are attached, and have a maximum area not to exceed eight (8) square feet.
c. Roof Signs: Signs that are placed above or supported on the top of a building or structure shall be prohibited.
d. Window Signs: Window signs shall not exceed fifteen percent of the total allowable sign area but in no case shall exceed twelve (12)
square feet and shall be limited to first floor windows only. For uses that are located in the second or higher stories of the build- ing, special sign provisions indicating occupant and use may be granted by the Development Commission.
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e. Ground Signs: Ground signs shall include by definition signs
supported by poles, by uprights or braces or other structures on
the ground and which are free-standing. No more than two ground
signs shall be permitted on any one lot and no more than sixty
percent of allowable sign area for any one use shall be utilized
in a ground supported sign.
f. Joint Identification Signs For the purpose of these sign
regulations, joint identification signs shall be considered
appropriate in three categories:
1) Shopping Center/ Mixed Use: A joint identification sign may
be granted by the Development Commission to identify a complex
or mix of uses as opposed to a single-use, provided that such
sign shall not exceed one hundred (100) square feet in maximum height of fifteen (15) feet, area, a and a minimum setback
from all public right (s)o-f-way of eight (8) feet.
2) Single-family Subdivision Identification Signs: Major
entrance features indicating the project entrance (s) to a single-family subdivision may be permitted upon review and
approval by the Development Commission. No specific area or
height limitations shall be required, however, such signs shall
be shown to be of compatible scale, height and design to the
residential community it denotes and in no case shall freestanding,
pole signs be utilized. Such features shall have at
least an eight (8) foot setback from public right (s)o-f-way.
3) Multi-family Project Signs: Such signs shall have a maximum
height of eight (8) feet, a maximum area not, to exceed twentyfour
(24) square feet, a minimum setback of eight (8) feet from
public right (s)o-f-way and shall be subject to the review and approval of the Development Commission.
7. Requirements For Temporary Signs
Temporary signs shall conform to all requirements of permanent signs
unless otherwise noted. Temporary signs shall be non-illuminated.
The permit for a temporary sign is to be given only after review and
approval of the Development Commission of a temporary sign application
and shall be for a maximum of one (1) year.
a. Subdivision Signs: Signs advertising the sale of platted lots
in a subdivision may be erected and displayed in said subdivision
provided that not more than one such sign facing on any one street shall be permitted in any subdivision. Such signs may also
be utilized to advertise the sale or lease of multi-family units,
or store or office space in a commercial development, however,
such signs shall not be utilized to advertise the sale, lease or development of land. Such signs shall be limited in size to thirty-two (32) square feet, maximum height of ten (10) feet and
a minimum of fifteen (15) feet from established right (s)o-f-way.
b. Contractor Signs: Signs announcing the names of contractors,
subcontractors and material suppliers participating in the construc- tion of a building shall be permitted during the actual construction period, provided that such signs shall be located only on the parcel of land being improved. Such signs shall be limited in area to thirty-two (32) square feet, be no more than ten (10) feet high and have a minimum of fifteen (15) foot setback from any established right (s)o-f-way line.
c. The Development Commission may set such other standards and requirements
as are in keeping with the intent of this section for other temporary signs not otherwise listed.
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8. Special Regulations for Village Districts
a. Purpose: It is the purpose of the sign regulations that apply
specifically to the Village Districts to recognize the unique
historical, architectural and overall environmental character
through the use and regulation of signs. In addition to the
requirements set out in previous sections, the following
regulations shall specifically apply to signs in the Village Districts.
b. Architectural Review: All signs erected in the Village Districts
except as exempted in Section 4, shall be subject to architectural
review by the Development Commission to insure overall
compatibility with the character of the Village Districts.
c. Development Commission Procedure:
1) Such application and accompanying materials as required
above in Article 33, Sections 3. a.,b.,shall be submitted
to the Village Manager or his designee at least days prior to the next regularly seven (7) scheduled meeting of the
Development Commission. The Commission shall have thirty
30) days from the date of submission to reach a decision,
unless an extension of this deadline is mutually agreed to by the applicant and the Commission.
2) The Development Commission may approve or deny a sign application in accordance with these regulations, and shall deliver a written notice of its decision to the applicant
within ten (10) days after the decision, such written
notice to be delivered to the address stated in the applica- tion by ordinary mail. In the event of denial, the
Development Commisison shall state the reasons for the
denial and may suggest modifications to the application.
3) Right of Appeal: Any person who is affected by a decision of the Development Commission involving a sign application may appeal to Village Council. The appeal shall
follow the procedures established in Article 17. Such appeal shall be submitted to the Village Manager' s office no later
than fifteen (15) days following the mailing of the written notice of the decision as provided in paragraph 2 above.
d. Allowable Sign Area: Allowable sign area for non-residential
uses shall be expressed in a ratio of sign sizes determined by the range between 1-34/ to 2 square feet of sign area per lineal foot of building face. The ultimate determination of exact sign
area within this range shall be dependent upon the specific use of the property, the quality of the submittal, architectural compatibility and the overall selection of design and materials, however, in no case shall total sign area exceed one hundred
square feet. If a building occupies a corner lot and has a building face on a secondary street, an additional fifteen (15) percent allowable sign area shall be permitted for a Wall Sign
s),providing at least 15%of sign area faces the secondary street. Within the Village Districts, signs on awnings or canopies attached to a building face are excluded from sign area and height requirements.
e. Wall Signs: One hundred percent of allowable sign area may be utilized in a wall sign.
f. Ground Supported (FreeS- tanding) Signs: A maximum of fifty per- cent of the allowable sign area may be utilized in a ground supported sign. Ground signs shall be setback at least eight (8) feet from public right (s)o-f-way,
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g. Window Signs: Window signs shall not exceed fifteen percent
of the total allowable sign area and the area shall be considered
over and above the range of total allowable sign area.
h. Sign Height: Wall mounted signs shall not be higher on a
building face than six (6) inches below the sills of the second
story windows or thirteen (13) feet, whichever is less, nor
shall a free-standing sign be higher than fifteen (15) feet of
the top of the sign to the overage grade of the sign.
i. Design Material (s) and Color (s) Utilized: For general
criteria for these items, reference shall be made to Article 17.
Section III: That this drdinance shall take effect upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this 1st day of
Attest:
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Ll-&rk of Council
Approved as to form:
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Law Director
September 1982.

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