Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 34-1983

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, 1984.
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, 1984,
and ending December 31, 1984, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has explanatory submitted a proposed budget with estimates and 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, toprovide for the current expenses and other expenditures of said Village of Granville during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1984, the following sums be and they are hereby set aside and appropriated as follows, viz:
Section
Section
Al-1-A
Al-1-C
Al-2-8
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
119,875
33,494
7,784
22,275
7,160
1,000
STREET LIGHTING
230 Contractual Services 13,800
TOTAL STREET LIGHTING
TOTAL PROGRAM 1 -SECURITY OF PERSONS AND
PROPERTY
PROGRAM II -PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE
COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT
230 Contractual Services $ 4,300
TOTAL PROGRAM II -PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE
191,588
13,800
205,388
ORDINANCE NO. 34-83
BY
4,300
Ordinance No. 34-83
Village of Granville
Page 2 of 7
Al-4-F
Al-6-A
Al-6-8
Al-6-D
Al-6-G
Al-7-A
PROGRAM III -LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES
PROGRAM IV -COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT
COMMUNITY SERVICES
230 Contractual Services $
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL PROGRAM IV -COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES -N/A
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
STREET CONSTRUCTION &RECONSTRUCTION
N/A
1, 960
400
250 Capital Outlay $ 2,500
TOTAL STREET CONSTRUCTION &RECONSTRUCTION
STREET MAINTENANCE &REPAIR
210 Personal Services
211 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
TOTAL STREET MAINTENANCE &REPAIR
STORM SEWERS &DRAINS
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL STORM SEWERS &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
92,487
24,451
8,500
16,045
5,000
85,858
37,870
7,992
6,000
600
2,360
2,500
141,483
10,000
5,000
158,983
138,320
10,000
Ordinance No. 34-83
Village of Granville
Page 3 of 7
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
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
280 Refunds
TOTAL INCOME TAX
LANDS AND BUILDINGS
210 Personel Services
211 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL LANDS AND BUILDINGS
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
1,500
80
1, 545
1,025
8,930
2,312
380
1,467
7,810
2,239
787
2,528
3,000
4,983
796
7,349
3,900
24,063
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
COUNTY AUDITOR' S AND TREASURER' S FEES
230 Contractual Services $ 500
TOTAL'COUNTY AUDITOR' S AND TREASURER' S FEES
500
100
4,150
13,089
16,364
41,091
600
500
Ordinance No. 34-83
Village of Granville
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Al-7-H
Al-7-I
Al-7-J
Al-7-K
PROGRAM VII -GENERAL GOVERNMENT CONTINUED
TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
230 Contractual Services 25
TOTAL TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
STATE EXAMINER' S FEES
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL STATE EXAMINER' S FEES
ELECTION
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL ELECTION
LAW
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL LAW
4,000
7,000
1,000
TOTAL PROGRAM VII -GENERAL GOVERNMENT
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATION
Section III: That there be appropriated from the following
Bl-6-B
Section
82-6-B
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS:
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
Bl-STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
230 Contractual Services $ 6,631
240 Supplies &Materials 30,050
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 3,600
TOTAL FOR 82-STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
4,000
8,000
226,639
597,670
36,681
25
500
500
3,600
Ordinance No. 34-83
Village of Granville
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Section
87-1-A-250
87-4-8-230
87-4-C-230
87-4-E-230
87-6-A-250
87-6-8-250
87-7-A-230
87-7-A-250
Section
El-5-E
El-5-F
V: That there be appropriated from the following
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS:
Radar Gun . 2,000
Recreation Commission 3,000
Granville Fellowship 3,900
Tree Maintenance 7,500
Street Improvements 16,700
Newark-Granville Road/ Curbs 2,000
Advertisin9 100
Finance Department/ 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
TOTAL FOR El-WATER FUND APPROPRIATION
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES
100,114
22,559
55,298
42,250
39,800
54,960
44, 115
200
14,199
3,674
382
3,475
6,000
3,479
359,296
31,209
390,505
45,200
Ordinance No.
Village of Gra
Page 6 of 7
E2-5-G.
E2-5-H
Section
Hl-1-A
Hl-1-B
Hl-1-C
Hl-2-A
Hl-2-B
Hl-2-C
Hl-3-A
Hl-3-B
Hl-3-C
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PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES CONTINUED
E2 -SEWAGE
SEWAGE TREATMENT
210 Personal Services
211 SalariesW/ages
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 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
TOTAL SEWAGE COLLECTION
TOTAL FOR E2 SEWER FUND APPROPRIATION
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES
34,644
7,441
12,162
7,915
1,600
2,135
23,385
160
14,199
3,674
5,232
2,000
5,679
VII: That there be appropriated from the SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND:
Hl -SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND RETIREMENT FUND
Hl-1 -WEST BROADWAY WATER LINE
Incidental Expenses
Principal
Interest
20
345
75
TOTAL Hl-1 -WEST BROADWAY WATER LINE
Hl-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER
Incidental Expenses $ 160
Principal , 3,000
Interest 2,757
TOTAL Hl-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY· SEWER
Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAYW/ILDWOOD SEWER
Incidential Expenses
Principal
Interest
232
4,000
3,315
TOTAL Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAYW/ILDWOOD SEWER
89,442
30,784
120,226
440
5,917
7,547
Ordinance No.
Village of Gra
Page 7 of 7
Hl-4-A
Hl-4-B
Hl-4-C
Section VIII:
Section
Section
Passed this
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Hl-4 -WILDWOOD DRIVE IMPROVEMENT
Incidential Expenses $ 240
Principal 4,000
Interest 3,400
TOTAL Hl-4 -WILDWOOD DRIVE IMPROVEMENT
TOTAL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND RETIREMENT FUND
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".
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 priation, appro- 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, 1984, for the purpose of
effecting expenditures within the limitations
herein set forth, during the fiscal year extending
from that date to December 31, 1984. 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.
6lat
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of
7,640
21,544
1983.
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Ordinance 33-1983

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Avery
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 PROVIDING FOR ADJUSTMENTS
OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1983 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article Charter II of the 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 recommended appropriations to supplement pre- viously made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section
Section
I: The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by Ordinance No. 40-82, be amended by
the Council, as recommended by the Manager, and is hereby adopted.
II: To provide operating expenditures for the General
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,1983,
the following appropriations are hereby made in the General Fund:
Account Number Account
Al-1-A-212
Al-1-A-230
Al-2-8-230
Ai-6-H-250
Al-7-A-230
Al-7-A-250
Al-7-8-230
Al-7-6-230
Section III:
Account Number
El-5-E-230
El-5-F-211
El-5-F-212
Section IV:
Police-Employee Benefits
Police-Contractual
County Health-Contractual
Wildwood Street Imp-Capital Outlay
Administrative-Contractual
Administrative-Capital Outlay
Legislative-Contractual
County Auditor-Contractual
To provide operating expenditures for the Water System operation during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1983, the following appropriations is hereby made in the Water Fund:
Account
Water-Contractual
WaterS- alariesW/ages
Water-Employee Benefits
To provide operating expenditures for the Waste Water System operations during the fiscal year
ending Decediber 31, 1983, the following appropriations are hereby made in the Waste Water Fund:
Account Number Account
E2-5-H-211
E2-5-H-212
E2-5-H-240
Sewer-Salaries/ Wages
Sewer-Employee Benefits
Sewer-Supplies &Materials
Add
4,000
500
535
4
5,100
1,100
1,110
130
Add
7,600
1,000
750
Add
500
620
500
ORDINANCE NO. 33-83
BY:
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Ordinance No. 33-83
Village of Granville
Page 2 of 2
Section V: To provide operating expenditures for the Waste
Water Capital Improvement Fund during the fiscal
year ending December 31, 1983, the following
appropriations are hereby made in the Waste
Water Capital Improvement Fund:
Account Number Account
E2-5-I-13-260
E2-5-I-14-250
Section VI:
Sewer-Debt Service
Sewer-Capital Outlay
To provide operating expenditures for the funding
of Special Assessments during the fiscal
year ending December 31, 1983, the following
appropriation is hereby made in the Special Assessment Fund:
Account Number Account
Hl-3
Section VII:
Passed this
West Broadway-Wildwood Sewer
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
c7#2&9<2.L<
Law Director
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SL (Mayor
Add
192,873
5,400
Add
1983.
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Ordinance 32-1983

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BY: Schnaidt
AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE MANAGER' S SALARY FOR 1984.
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. 39-82, that established the salary of the
Manager for the period of January 1, 1983 to December 31, 1983, will pire ex- on December 31, 1983.
that:
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio,
Section I
Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
The salary of the Village Manager for the calendar
year 1984 shall be $34,000, payable bi-weekly in
the amount of 1/26 of the total amount.
The Manager be granted three weeks of paid vacation
leave during the calendar year 1984.
This ordinance shall be in effect at date of passage.
8 ,/53. day of Gldle© 1983.
Altest:
1,1- L - -8)11- ' ( -
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
AA,4
Law Director
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f *Pllt
Mayor V
ORDINANCE NO. 32-83

Ordinance 31-1983

ORDINANCE NO. 31-83
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By: Miller
AN ORDINANCE TO APPROVE, ADOPT AND ENACT CURRENT
REPLACEMENT PAGES TO THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES: TO
REPEAL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH;TO PUBLISH
THE ENACTMENT OF NEW MATTER; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, certain provisions within the Codified Ordinances should be conform amended to with current State law as required by the Ohio Constitution;and
WIIEREAS, various ordinances of a general and permanent nature have been passed by Council which should be included in the Codified Ordinances; and
CompWaHnEyREAS, Council has heretofore entered into a contract with the Walter H. Drane to prepare and publish such revision which is before Council;
0NhOioW, THERE FORE, Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville, State of that:
Section I: The ordinances of Granville, Ohio, of a general and permanent nature, as revised, recodified, rearranged and consolidated into component codes, titles, chapters and sections within the 1983 Replacement Pages to the Codified Ordinances are hereby approved and adopted.
Section II. The following sections and chapters are hereby added, amended or repealecl as respectively indicated in order to comply with current State law:
313. 02 Through Streets (Amended)
335.09(a) Display of License Plates (Amended)
335.11 Use of Illegal License Plates (Amended)
337. 26 Child Restraint Systems ( Added)
339.03 Maximum Width, Height and Length (Amended) 351.04 Handicapped Parking (Amended)
351. 16 Private Tow- Away Zones ( Added)
501.01 Definitions ( Amended)
Ch. 513 Drug Abuse Control ( Amended)
Ch. 517 Gambling ( Amended)
Ch. 529 Liquor Control ( Amended)
537.10 Telephone Harassment ( Amended)
537.14 Domestic Violence (Amended)
545.01 Definitions ( A mended)
Section III: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety and welfare of the Municipality and its inhabitants, and for the further reason that there exists an imperative necessity for the earliest publication and distribution of the current Replacement Pages to the officials and residents of Granville, so as to facilitate the administration and daily operation of Granville and avoid practical and legal entanglements. Wherefore, this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and immediately after its passage. Passed this 16th day of November
Attit:
9142/-52*U(y
Clerk of Council
Approved As To F'orm:
Law Director
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Ordinance 30-1983

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Avary
CS-2 Rev. 4/1/83
NAME OF STREET Pearl S trpet
ROUTE NO. State Route No. 661
ORDINANCE NO.
·· DATE OF ENACTMENT
30-83
November 16, 1983
An emergency ordinance enacted by the Village of Granville •
Lirking County, Ohio, in the matter of the hereinafter described
improvement, and to request cooperation from the Director of Transportation.
WHEREAS, the Village has identified the need for and proposes the improvement of a portion of
the public highway which described as follows:
Beginning at a point which is the intersection of College Street and State
Route No. 661 (Pearl Street), thence northerly 0. 30 mile along said State Route No. 661 to its intersection with Cedar Street and there terminate.
said portion of highway within the municipal corporation limits being hereinafter referred to
as the improvement, and
WHEREAS, the Village further desires cooperation from the Director of Transportation in the
planning, design and construction of said improvement.
Ohio:
NOW THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of
SECTION I (Cooperation)
Granville
That said Village hereby requests the cooperation of the Director of of Transportation. in the cost the above described improvement as follows: The Village agrees to bear one hundr ed
percent (100%) of the cost of the following items:
1) Preliminary Eng ineer ing
2) Rights of Way
3) All costs for add ed construction items generating extra work contracts und er Ohio Laws, unless performance is approved by the State of Ohio and the Federal Highway Administration before work is authorized.
That th e sum of $33,500.00
tishehVerilelabygeap. propriated for the improvement of the highway as described hereinabove, by
SECTION II (Consent)
That it is declared to be in the public interest that the consent of said Village be and such consent is hereby given to the Di rector of Transportation to construct the above described improve- ment, in accordance with plans, specifications and estimates as approved by the Director.
SECTION III (Authority to Sign)
That the Village Manag er of said Village, is hereby authorized Contractual Offi cer' s Title)
to enter into maintenance and parking agreements and special contractual obligations.
Page 1 of 3
ORDINANCE NO. 30-83
BY:
SECTION I- A
CS-2 Rev. 4/1/83
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SECTION IV (Maintenance. Parking Traffic Control Signals and Devices)
traffiTchat upon completion of said improvement. said Village. will thereafter keep said highway open to at all times. and
a) Manadinmtaakine athmepleimfpirnoavenmcieanlt ainndaccordance with the provisions of the statues relating thereto other provisions for such maintenance; and
b) Maintain the right of way and keep it free of obstructions in a manner satisfactory to the State of Ohio and hold said right of way inviolate for public highway purposes and permit rnioghstigonfs, posters. billboards, roadside stands or other private installations within the way limits, and
c) Place and maintain all traffic control devices conforming to the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices on the improvement in compliance with the provisions of Section 4511.11 and related sections of the Ohio Revised Code; and
d) Regulate parking in the following manner:
Prohibit parking within the limits of the proj ect.
SECTION V
Right of Way, Utility Rearrangement and Saving the State of Ohio Harmless of Damages)
a) Tfohratthaell aefoxriesstianigd sImtrpereovteamnedntp,usbhliacll way right of way within the Village which is necessary be made available therefor.
b) oThf atthethaef o6:rXesnaeidV[ ililmapgreovwemilelnta.cquire any additional right of way requi red for the construction
c) cTohmatpaanrireasngwehmoseents have been or will be made with and agreements obtained from all public utility have lines or structures will be affected by the said improvement and said companies agreed to make any and all necessary plant removals or rearrangements in such manner as to be clear of any construction called for by the plans of said improvement and said companies have agreed to make such necessary rearrangements immediately after notification by said Vi ilage or the Department of Transportation.
d) That it is hereby agreed that the Village shall at its own expense. make all rearrangements of water mains, service lines. fire hydrants. valve boxes, sanitary sewers or other municipally oDwinreedctiuvetiliNtioe. s28aA-n.do/r any appurtenances thereto, which do not comply with the provisions of
e) That the construction. reconstruction. ando/r rearrangement of both publicly and privately owned utilities. referred to in subsections (c) and (d) above, shall be done in such a manner as not btoacinktfeilrlfere unduly with the operation of the contractor constructing the improvement and all accordancineg of trenches made necessary by such utll ity rearrangements shall be performed in Material Spweicthificthaetiopnrsovisions of the Ohio Department of Transportation Construction and and shall be subject to approval by the State.
f) rTehqautirethmeenintsstallation of all utillty facilities on the right of way shall conform with the Utility of the Federal Highway Administration Policy and Procedure Memorandum 304- Utility ARcceolomcoadtiaotniosn.and Adjustments"and the Department of Transportation's rules on
g) OThhaiot .ssahidalVl iblleagaendheisrebhyereabgyrees that the said Department of Transportation of the State of arising from saved harmless from any and 811 damages or claims thereof a).b (),c (o)r,gd r)o(wainndg (oeu)thoefretinheabcoever.tification of obligations made or agreed to in Sections
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This ordinance is for hereby declared to be an emergency measure by reason of the need expediting highway improvements to promote highway safety, and provided it receives the affirmative vote of twot-hirds of the members elected to Council, it shall take eitffeschtalal ndtakbee in force immediately upon its passage and approval by the Mayor; otherwi se, effect and be in force from and after the e iest period allowed by law.
Passed: 1
Attest: X132*2:?N>«- 9Mayo'r *»«
V . .
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President of Council Attest: ,; C£1 F
Clerk 34
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STATE OF OHIO
Village of
County
Granville
Licking
CERTIFICATE OF COPY
I, Catherine M. Miller
as clerk of the Village of Granville
Obyhitoh,edolegheisrelabytivceertify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of ordinance adopted NovemAbuethr ority of the said Village on the Sixteenth day of and certified 19 83 , that the publication of such ordinance has been made of record according to law; that no proceedings looking to a referendum tuhpeonresoufchareordoifnarnecceordhavine OberedninatanckeenR;eacnodrdthat such ordinance and certificate of publication No. 30-83 Page N/A
SEAL! lf*kZt-/,,_p' 52,,C';* Village of Granville
descrTibheeda. foregoing is accepted as a basis for proceeding with the improvement herein
Attest: X
Attest:
For the Village of
Contractual Officer
For the State of Ohio
Granville
Date
Date
Director, Ohio Department of Transportation
Ohio.
Ohio.
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Ordinance 29-1983

1
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Schnaidt
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 PROVIDING FOR ADJUSTMENTS
OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1983 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, 1983 and ending December 31, 1983, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement viously made appropriations. pre-
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section
Section
I: The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by Ordinance No. 40-82, be amended by
Council, as recommended by the Manager, and is
hereby adopted.
II: To provide for Capital Expenditures for the Water
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,
1983, the following appropriation is hereby
made in the Water Fund:
Account Number
El-5-F-250
Section III:
Account Number
El-5-I3-250
Section IV:
Account Number
E2-5-I 12-250
Account
Water Distribution -Capital Outlay
To provide for Capital Expenditures in the Water
Capital Improvements Fund during the fiscal year
ending December 31, 1983, the following appro- priation is hereby made in the Water Capital
Improvements Fund:
Account
Welsh Hills Water -Capital Outlay
To provide for Capital Expenditures for the Sewer Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,
1983, the following appropriation is hereby made in the Sewer Fund:
Account
Welsh Hills Sewer -Capital Outlay
Section V: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this 16th
C4 &12f*-=£j* Clerk of Council
Approvej as to,fo0:
Law Director
Add
2,000
Add
4,560
Add
1,774
day of N ov-ember 1983.
Mayor
ORDINANCE NO. 29-83
BY

Ordinance 28-1983

1
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Miller
PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $125,000 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 DECLARING APPURTENANCES, AND AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance No. 368-2 passed November 3, 1982 n1o9t8e3s; wanedre issued for the purpose hereinafter stated to mature on November 15,
WHEREAS, it appears advisable in lieu of issuing bonds at this time to issue new notes in anticipation of the issuance of such bonds in an amount rseutfifriecient, together with other funds available to the Village, to pay and the outstanding notes; and
WHEREAS, the Director of Finance, as fiscal officer, has certified to this Council that the estimated life of the project 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;
GranvilleN,OOW,hiToH,EREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of that:
Section I.
Section II.
It is declared necessary to issue bonds of the Village of Granville in the aggregate principal amount of $125,000 t(he 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 September 1, 1984, shall bear interest at the estimated rate of 101- /2%per annum, payable semia-nnually, 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 $125,000 t(he Notes) shall be issued in anticipation of the Bonds. The aNtotethseshall be dated November 15, 1983, shall bear interest rate of 6. 95%per annum, payable at maturity, with provision, if requested by the original purchaser, that after maturity such notes shall bear interest at such rate of interest not to exceed 12%per annum, as may be requested by the original purchaser, 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 BancOhio National Bank or if requested by the original purchaser, at the option of the holder, at some other bank or trust company mutually agreed to by the Director of Finance and the original purchaser, and in Federal Reserve funds if requested by the original purchaser of the Notes. The Notes shall mature on September 14, 1984. The requests of the original purchaser provided for in this section are subject itsosutahneceapproval of the Director of Finance prior to the of the Notes.
ORDINANCE NO. 28-83
BY:
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Ordinance No. 28-83
Section IV.
Section V.
Section VI.
Section VII.
Section VIII.
The Notes shall not have coupons attached, shall by be executed 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 shall be awarded and sold to Seasongood &
Mayer, Cincinnati, Ohio 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.
During the years while the Notes run there shall be levied on all the taxable 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 sparminec,ipsahlall be irrevocably pledged for the payment of the 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.
The Notes shall be the full general obligations of the Village and the full faith, credit and revenue of the Village vaareluepledged for the prompt payment of the same. The par to be received from the sale of the Bonds and any
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Section IX.
Section X.
Section XI.
Section XII.
excess funds resulting from the issuance of the Notes shall,
to the extent necessary, be used for the retirement of Notes the at maturity, together with interest thereon, and are pledged for such purpose.
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 preserve the credit of the Village by providing funds to retire the outstanding notes at maturity; 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 Charter of this Village.
Passed:C
1983 \ L,f----j->- 4f&-
Attes :
A- 4.d41,1 Clerk of Counc 1
Approved as to form:
Law Director
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council, of the Village of Granville, Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and exact copy of Ordinance NNoov.em2b8e8-r 32, ,d1u9ly83a: dopted at the Granville Village Regular Council Meeting of
Signed:
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council

Ordinance 27-1983

1
BY: Avery
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 PROVIDING FOR ADJUSTMENTS
OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1983 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, 1983
and ending December 31, 1983, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement previously
made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section
Section
I: The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as
established by Ordinance No. 40-82, be amended by
that Council, as recommended by the Manager, and
is hereby adopted.
II: To provide operating expenditures for the General
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,
1983, the following appropriations are hereby
made in the General Fund:
Accoubt Number
Al=4-F-230
Section III:
Account - Number
E2-5-H-230
Section IV:
Passed this
Account
Community Services-Contractual Services
To provide operating expenditures for the Sewer
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,
1983, the following appropriationsis ·hereby
made in the Sewer Fund.
Account
Sewage Collection-Contractural Services
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest 0etiod allowed
by law.
19th
8*test: - -.
C i@ll.eu,Lt5*61[A4, , 21- 2¥o*f •Council
Approved as to form:
day of October
Mayor
Add
Add
1983.
Law Director
ORDINANCE NO. 27-83
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Ordinance 26-1983

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BY: Davison
ORDINANCE NO. 26-83
AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING AN APPLICATION FOR ANNEXATION OF
TERRITORY AND ESTABLISHING CERTAIN ZONING DISTRICTS.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO:
Section I: That the application of Howard W. Dellard and others for the
annexation of the following described real estate in the
County of· Licking and adjacent to the Village df Granville,
to wit:
Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Licking and Township
of Granville, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point marking the intersection of the Village
of Granville' s Easterly Corporation line as shown on the
Annexation Plat of Territory to Granville Village recorded
in Plat Book 1, page 192, of the Licking County Plat Records,
with the Southerly right-of-way line of East College Street;
thence in an easterly direction on the Southerly line of
East College Street, (being the existing southerly Corporation
line of the Village of Granville as shown on the
Annexation Plat of Territory to Granville Village recorded
in Plat Book 13, page 192),and continuing in an Easterly
direction on the Southerly line of East College Street extended,
to a point on the southerly right-of-way line of County Road
Number 539, (Newark-Granville Road) ;thence in an Easterly
direction on the Southerly right-of-way line of County Road
Number 539 to a point marking the intersection of the Westerly
line of premises conveyed to Minnie Hite Moody (Deed Volume
551, page 381) extended Southerly to intersect the Southerly
right-of-way of County Road Number 539, thence in a Northerly
direction on the Southerly extension of said Moody premises
and the Westerly line thereof to a point marking the Northwest
corner of said Moody tract; thence in an Easterly direction the Northerly line on of said Moody tract, the Northerly line of
premises conveyed to Gladys T. Thomas, et al., D(eed Volume
317, page 17, Vol. 422, page 212, Vol. 730, page 427) and the
Northerly line of premises conveyed to the Bishop of the Roman
Catholic Diocese of Columbus (Deed Volume 716, page 517)t,o a point in the.. West line of premises conveyed Phyllis D. Kennedy
Deed Volume 306, page 300, Vol. 336, page 169);thence North
on the west line of said Kennedy tract, 781. 40 feet to a point
for a corner in said Kennedy tract; thence West on the South
line of said Kennedy tract 44.22 feet to a point; thence North
on the West line of said Kennedy tract, 33 feet to a point;
thence East on the North line of said Kennedy tract, 57. 42 feet
to a point; thence South on the East line of said Kennedy
tract 33 feet to a point; thence East on the North line of said Kennedy tract and the North line of premises conveyed
Howard W. and Florice J. Dellard (Deed Volume 813, page 212), 862. 56 feet to a point; thence South on the East line of said Dellard tract 564. 53 feet to a point; thence West on the South
line of said Dellard tract 285. 31 feet to a point in the east line of a private right-of-way as shown on the.Plat of Tall
Pines Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 13,-page 208 of the
Licking County Plat Records; thence South on the East line of said private right-of-way, 362. 51 feet to a point marking the Northeast corner of premises conveyed David R. and Sandra L. Lipphardt (Deed Volume 599, page 686)t;hence South on the East line of said Lipphardt tract and said East line extended
674. 09 feet to a point on the Southerly right-of-way line County Road Number 539 (NewarkG- ranville Road)th; ence in a
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Northwesterly direction on the Southerly right-of-way of County
Road Number 539, 167. 14 feet to a point on the East line of
premises conveyed George S. and Nancy L. Pugh (Deed Volume 735,
page 539);thence in a Southerly direction on the Easterly line
of said Pugh tract 269. 92 feet to a point on the Southerly line
of said Pugh tract; thence in a Westerly direction on the
Southerly line of said Pugh tract and said Southerly line extended,
175 feet to a point in the West line of Denison Drive as
shown on the Plat of College Park Addition recorded in Plat Book
8, page 124, of the Licking County Plat Records; thence in a
Southerly direction on the Westerly line of Denison Drive to a
point marking the Southeast corner of Lot No. 24 in College Park
Addition, recorded in Plat Book 8, page 124 of the Licking County
Plat Records; thence West on the South line of said Lot No. 24
and the South lines of premises conveyed Mark F. Keller (Deed
Volume 788, page 693) and Adrian Janssens and Margaret Gay
Deed Volume 823, page 957), 440. 05 feet to a point marking the
Northwest corner of College Park Addition recorded in Plat Book
8, page 124 of the Licking County Plat Records; thence South on
the West line of College Park Addition 794. 0 feet to a point on
the North right-of-way line of the New York Central Railroad
now vacated); thence West on the North right-of-way line of said
railroad 555. 70 feet to a point on the East line of premises
conveyed Maple Grove Cemetery (Deed Volume 403, page 598 and
Volume 650, page 118);thence in a Northerly direction on the
Easterly line of said cemetery tracts 880. 0 feet to a point on the South line of premises conveyed E. Clark and Irma H. Morrow
Deed Volume 634, page 310);thence West on the South line of
said Morrow tract 462. 46 feet to a point marking the Southeasterly
corner of premises conveyed to C. Arthur and Corla C. Morrow,
Deed Volume 723, page 73);thence in southwesterly direction on
the Southerly line of said Morrow tract 165 feet to a point
marking the Northeasterly corner of premises conveyed to C. Arthur
and Corla C. Morrow (Deed Volume 766, page 756);thence Southerly direction in a on the Easterly line of said Morrow tract
230. 70 feet to a point marking the Southeasterly corner of said
Morrow tract; thence in a Westerly direction on:the Southerly
line of said Morrow tract to a point in the existing corporation
line of Granville Village dated 1870, and recorded in Plat Book
Number 1, page 192; thence North on said existing corporation
line to a point on the South line of Parnassus Drive, said point
being in the existing corporation line of Granville Village dated
1960, and recorded in Plat Book 7, page 124; thence in a Northerly
direction on the existing Easterly corporation line of
Granville Village as recorded in Plat. Book 7, page 124 to a point
marking the Southwest corner of premises conveyed to C. Louis and
Dora L. Ream (Deed Volume 628, page 327); thence North on the
West line of said Ream tract, being in the existing corporation
line of Granville Village (Plat Book 1, page 192) 99. 81 feet to a point in the centerline of Granville Road, said point marking the
Southwest corner of premises conveyed Donald N. and June K. Bennett
Deed Volume 714, page 772)t;hence North on the West line of said Bennett tract to a point marking the Southefly right-of-way line
of East College Street and the place of Beginning, containing
84.878 acres of land more or less and being subject to all legal highways, easements and restrictions of record.
The foregoing description was filed with the Board of County Commissioners of Licking County, by Howard W. Dellard, Agent, 931 Newark Road, Granville, Ohio, on Marth 4, 1983.
An accurate map of which territory, together with the petition of its annexation, and other papers relating thereto, and a certified transcript of the proceedings of the Licking County Commissioners in relation thereto are on file with the Clerk
of Council of the said Village, be and the same is hereby accepted.
Section II: That the property described in the annexation petition as parcel Number one (1),premises conveyed to Donald N. and June K. Bennett Deed Vol.,793,page 722)a,nd; parcel number three (3)p,remises conveyed to Paul F. Kent (Deed Volume 793, page 491)e,ffective upon annexation, be classified as Village Business District.
26-83
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Page 3 of 3
Section III:
Section IV:
Passed this
That the property described in Section I, excepting parcels
numbered one and three as described in Section II, effective
upon. annexation be classified as Suburban Residential District - ,
That this ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
Bsest:
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F-aXZkhA, l j
Crerk of Council v
Approved as to form:
Law Director
Lo
day of October
MayorL/
I, Catherine M. Miller, 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. 26-83, duly passed on the Sth of October 1983, at the regular
meeting of Village Council.
Signed: Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
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Donald N.a June K.Bennett
C.Louis a Dom L. Rlam
3 Paul F.KInt
5 Uinnie Hite Moody
4 Minnie Hite Moody
Gladys T Thomas el 01
p Gladys T. Thomasetal
4 Gladys M. Thomas
Romon Cotholic Diocese of Columbus
O Phyllis D. Kennedy 1 1 Howard W.8 Florice J.Dillard
2 Howard Wa Flonce J.Dellord
3 Howard W.a Florice J. Dillard
Stephanie S. Ma.well
4 Richard C. 8 Louise T Rough
1 David R.&Sandra L. Upphardt 07 Glorge S.8 Nancy L.Pugh
10 Richard W &Dorothy Y. Mann
19 Richard W.8 Dorothy Y Mann 20 Robert a Janet Wells
03329 Ac 714 772
0.88 Ac 628 -327
1.122 Ac 793 -491
I. SOAc 551 381
1.25 Ac 551 642
0.66Ac 317-17 730-427
0.81 Acl 422-212 730-427
0 09 Ac. 733 -749
5.86 Ac 716 - 517
10.07 Ac 306 -300 336169
Lol No.2 - T(ill Pinis) 813-212
lof NQ 3-C Toll Pines) 813-212
Lol No.4-( Tall Plnes j 813-212
1.4,No.1 -T(all pin.)826-539
1. 13 AC. 498 223
0.824% 599 - 686
1. 12. 63 Ac. 735 539
2.95 Ac. 574 462
Wt No.24 C-o(llege Park)508-198
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Adrion Jonse:ns &Margaret Fay
William L.Streicher
Lawrence M. & Arabelle H.Reynolds
Patricia C. Thomas
Robert 8 Nancy Droke
Edgar A.8 Leola M.Sheffler
Coria C. Morrow
Mildred K. Bowman
E. Clark a Irma H.Morrow
Timothy O.Hughes
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12. 08 Ac
1. 459 Ac
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7 156 Ac
0.488 Ac
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823 - 957
795 - 234
763 - 933
796 - 503
796 - 781
508 - 103
726 - 41
387 - 221
634 - 310
802 - 26
422 - 593
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ANNEXATION PLAT
OF TERRITORY TO BE ANNEXED TO
THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO
4TH QUARTER,TOWNSHIP NO.2,RANGE NO.13
GRANVILLE TOWNSHIP
The within mop marked Exhibit' A'ond mode apart of the petition for ofv,not,on filed withthe
Board of County Commissioners of Licking Counly, Ohio on Agr 4 1983, under chapter 709.02
of the Revised Code of Ohio is submitted os an accurote mop of the territory in soid petition des¢Fibed
under the requirements of said chapter 709.02 of the Revised Code of Ohio.
C .r Ar r
Agent for Ftitioners
Th@Board of County Commissioners of Licking County, Ohio hoving riceived o petition bearing thi
signed names ond oddresso#f the porties intoristed in the onnexation to tho villoglof Gronvi lie,Ohio,
of tho territory shown hereof,ana having given due consideration lo the prayer of sold petition,do hereby
grant the same.
Petition Received 509 4 1983
Petition Gionted u 23 1983
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Licking County Commissioners
The councilof the villageof Granville,Ohioby O,dinonce No. passed 1983
and approved by the Mayor on 1983, did accept the territory Shown herion for anne to lion
tothe mid village of Granville,Ohio ,a municipol corporotion.
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Reclived for recording 1983, ot
Plat Book Volume ,Pvge
Petition etal recorded in Deed Book ,Peges
Clerk of Granville Village Counci I
1983 upon the tox duplicates of this office
Licking County Auditor
Licking Counly Recoider
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September 13, 1983
Granville Village Council
P.O.Box 514
Granville, Ohio 43O23
Dear Councilmembers:
11C£a,g °&f E <£)nulffe 118 SOUTH MAIN STREET
GRANVILLE. OHIO
43023-0514
Phone 587-0707
The Granville Development Commission at its meeting of September 8, 1983, voted unamimously to recommend that the area to be annexed to the Village of Granville as identified by the accompanying map, be zoned Suburban Residential District A"w,ith the exception of Parcels 1# &3 ,#which, in light of their present use and zoning, should be zoned V "illage Business District".
The entire area to be annexed with the exception of the said Parcels #1 3, ib currently in use most compatible with Suburban Residential zoning,as speci- fied within Section 1, of Article 18 of the Zoning Ordinance.
Parcels 1# &3 #, are and have been for should be retained, and the many years in commercial use. That zoning be made to correspond.
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2 C.Louis &Dora L. Ream
3 Pcul F Kent
4 Minnie Hill Moody
5 Minnie Hite Moody
6 Glodys T Thomas01 /
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Ordinance 25-1983

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Y: Avery
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 PROVIDING FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF
THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1983 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, 1983
and ending December 31, 1983, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement previously
made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section
Section
I: The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as
established by Ordinance No. 40-82, be amended by
the Council, as recommended by the Manager, and
is hereby adopted.
II: To provide operating expenditures for the General
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,
1983, the following appropriations are hereby
made in the General Fund:
Account Number Account
Al-7-E-230 Lands &Buildings-Contractual Services
Al-7-E-240 Lands &Buildings-Supplies &Materials
Section III: To provide operating expenditures for the Sewer
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,
1983, the following appropriation is hereby
made in the Sewer Fund:
Account Number Account
E2-5-H-230 Sewage Collection-Contractual Services
Section IV:
Passed this
Attest:
rk of Council
Approv to for
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
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Law Director
ORDINANCE NO. 25-83
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Ordinance 24-1983

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TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPOSIT AND INVESTMENT OF FUNDS
OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE AND ESTABLISHING A
PROCEDURE FOR SELECTING DEPOSITORIES AND MAKING
INVESTMENTS.
WHEREAS, Sections 3 and 7 of Article XVIII of the Ohio
Constitution grants all powers of local self-government to municipal orations in Ohio, including the Village corp- of Granville (the "Village"an)d,
WHEREAS, the people of the Village have adopted a home-rule charter pursuant to Sections 7 and 8 of Articles XVIII of the Ohio
Constitution (the "Chartera"n)d,
WHEREAS, the preamble to the Village' s Charter provides that the Charter was establishedin "-o-rder to secureth-e- benefits of local self-government under the Constitution of the State of Ohioa-n-d,"
WHEREAS, Ohio common law has consistently held that laws passed by the Ohio General Assembly may not restrict municipalities when they are exercising powers of local self-government under a homer-ule charter, and
WHEREAS, the authorization for the deposit and investments of
moneys of the Village, and the procedures and methods for the selection of the Village' s depositories and the Village' s investment policies and pro- cedures are powers of local self-government that may properly be exercised by this Council under the Ohio Constitution and the Village' s Charter, and
WHEREAS, the establishment of local policies and procedures for the deposit and investment of the Village' s moneys are hereby determined to be in the best interests of the Village and its citizens: (i) provide a more efficient management of the Village' s moneys and investments; and ii) enable the Village to earn a greater yield on its investments and to provide safeguards for the Village' s funds.
of Granville, NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village State Of Ohio:
Section I: That Chapter 147 of the Village' s Codified Ordinances be enacted to read as follows:
DEFINITIONS.
a) A"ctive Deposit" means a deposit of the Village' s Public Moneys payable or withdrawable, in whole or in part, on demand, or a deposit in a negotiable order of withdrawal account as authorized in the Consumer Checking Account Equity Act of 1980, 94 Stat. 146, 12 U.S.C.A. 1832 (a).
b) E"ligible Depository" or "Eligible Depositories" means: i) any national bank located in Ohio and any bank as defined by section 1101. 01 of the Revised Code of Ohio which is sub- ject to inspections by the Ohio superintendent of banks and ii) any domestic building and loan association as defined in section 1151. 01 of the Revised Code of Ohio authorized to accept deposits.
ORDINANCE NO. 24-83
BY:
24-83
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c) "Public Moneys" means all moneys in the treasury of the
Village, or moneys coming lawfully into the possession of
the Village' s Director of Finance.
d) "Uniform Depository Act" means Chapter 135 of the
Revised Code of Ohio and any amendment or supplement thereto.
Wherever any provision of the Uniform Depository Act is
made applicable under this Chapter 147 of the Codified
Ordinances, such provisions are applicable only to the extent
that they are not in conflict with or inconsistent with the
Village' s Charter and ordinances or resolutions.
FINDINGS BY THE COUNCIL: INAPPLICABILITY OF AND INCORPORATION
OF STATE LAWS.
a) The Council hereby makes the following findings with respect to the authorization and the establishment of the
policies and procedures for the deposit and investment of Public Moneys in the Village' s treasury:
1) The authorization and establishment of such policies
and procedures are powers of local self-government
that may be exercised by the Village through its
ordinances under Sections 3 and 7 of Article XVIII
of the Ohio Constitution and Article II of the
Village' s Charter; and
2) The authorization and establishment of such policies and procedures are in the best interests of the
Village and its citizens: (i) to provide efficient management a more of the Village' s moneys and
investments; and (ii) to enable the Village toearn
a greater yield on its investments and provide safeguards
of the Village' s moneys.
b) It is hereby determined that the Uniform Depository Act shall not apply to the Village, except as it may be adopted by reference under this Chapter 147 of the Codified Ordinances,
and further provided that section 135.11 of the Revised Code of Ohio, pertaining to exemption from conflict of interest laws, shall apply to the Village.
c) Sections 731. 56 to 731.59, inclusive, of the Revised Code of Ohio shall not apply to the Village, except as section 731. 59 of the Revised Code of Ohio is incorporated in part in this Chapter 147 of the Codified Ordinances.
d) Unless incorporated by reference or otherwise made appli- cable in this Chapter 147 of the Codified Ordinances, no other provision of the Revised Code of Ohio which is inconsistent or in conflict with this Chapter 147 of the Codified Ordinances shall apply to the Village.
DEPOSITORIES.
a) The Village Manager shall determine the amount of Public Moneys which shall be available in Active Deposits to: (i) provide the needed cash flow to pay warrants and checks issued and outstanding, and to provide for a reasonable surplus in addition to the amount needed to pay such warrants and checks, and (ii) maximize the interest received on Public Moneys of the Village. Interest on Active Deposits shall be paid or credited by the Village' s designated Eligible Depositories at least quarterly and when funds are withdrawn, computing the time of payment from the date of deposit. No service charge shall be made by a designated Eligible Depository against an Active Deposit or collected from or paid by the Director of Financeun- less such service charge is the same as is customarily imposed by institutions receiving money on deposit subject to check, in the Village, in which event the Director of Finance may pay such charge. All Public Moneys of the Village not deposited in Active tDheisposoirtsdinsahnaclel . be invested pursuant to the INVESTMENT section of
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b) The Village Manager shall, by a writing filed with the
Clerk of Council, designate one or more Eligible Depositories
as the depository or depositories of the Village' s Active
Deposits. In making such designation the Village Manager shall
consider the following:
1) The convenience of the location of the depository' s
offices;
2) The rate or rates of interest, if any, which the
depository will pay on the Active Deposits;
3) The service charges, if any, that will be made for
the services of the depository; and
4) Any other terms or conditions with respect to the
depository' s acceptance of the Village' s Active
Deposit.
c) The initial designation of depositories for the Village' Active Deposits shall be s for a period not to exceed six months
and may be made without giving the notice hereinafter provided
for. Subsequent designations of depositories for the Village' s
Active Deposits shall be: (i) for a period specified in the
Village Manager' s written designation of depositories pursuant
to division (b) of this section, which period shall not be less
than six months nor longer than two years, and (ii) shall be
made after the Director of Finance has provided written notice
by first-class mail to the Eligible Depositories having an office in the Village, and such other Eligible Depositories
as determined by the Director of Finance, at least sixty days
prior to the date of the action of the Village Manager designaing
depositories for the Village' s Active Deposits. Such
notice shall: (i) provide an estimate of the maximum amount of
such Active Deposits at any time during the period of designation,
and the proposed period of designation or alternative
proposed periods of designation; (ii) request such depositories
to apply in writing for all or part of the Village' s Active
Deposits on or before a date and time specified in the notice;
iii) request such depositories to state in their application
the amount of such Active Deposits that will be accepted by it,
the rate or rates of interest, if any, that will be paid on such Active Deposits, the service charges, if any, that will be
made for its services, other terms or conditions with respect
to the depository' s acceptance of all or part of the Village' s Active Deposits and the location of its offices in the Village,
or if none are located in the Village, the location of its
nearest offices; and (iv) include or request any other informa- tion to or from such depositories which the Director of Finance
deems relevant. The request for written applications or their
receipt does not constitute a bidding procedure. Rather such
request and application are intended to provide relevant information
to the Village Manager for his or her designation
pursuant to division (b) of this section and to provide notice
to Eligible Depositories that the Village will receive Applica- tions and proposals for its Active Deposits.
d) The Village Manager shall enter into a contract, approved
as to form and content by the Director of Law, with such depositories for the appropriate period determined pursuant to division (c) of this section. Such contract shall establish
the rate or rates of interest, if any, to be paid by the depository on the Village' s Active Deposits, the service charge, if any, the depository may make for its services, and other terms AorctcivoendDiteiopnossitos.f the depository' s acceptance of the Village' s
e) The limitations on the aggregate amounts of Public Moneys that may be on deposit with Eligible Depositories as set forth in the Uniform Depository Act shall apply under this Chapter 147, of the Codified Ordinances.
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SECURITY FOR REPAYMENT OF DEPOSITS
a) The Director of Finance, before making the initial
deposit in a public depository pursuant to an award made
under the provisions of this Ordinance or pursuant to investment in an a certificate of deposit as defined in this
Ordinance shall require the institution designated as the
depository to pledge to and deposit with him, as security
for the repayment of all Public Moneys to be deposited in
the depository during the period of designation pursuant
to the award, eligible securities of aggregate market
value equal to the excess of the amount of Public Moneys
to be at the time so deposited, over and above such por- tion or amount of such moneys as is at such time insured by
the federal deposit insurance corporation or by any other
agency or instrumentality of the federal government or of
the State of Ohio as may be approved by the Village
Manager and Director of Law, or the Director of Finance
may require such institution to deposit with him surety
company bonds or other insurance policies approved by the
Village Manager and Director of Law which, when executed,
shall be for an amount equal to such excess amount. In the
case of any deposit other than the initial deposit made
during the period of designation, the amount of the aggre- gate market value of securities required to be pledged and deposited, or of the surety company bonds required to be
deposited or the other insurance coverage required, shall
be equal to the difference between the amount of Public
Moneys on deposit in such publ ic depository plus the amount
to be so deposited, minus such portion or amount of the
aggregate as is at the time insured as provided in this
section. The Director of Finance may require additional
eligible securities to be deposited to provide for any depreciation which may occur in the market value of any of the securities so deposited.
b) The following securities shall be eligible for the pur- poses of this section:
1) Bonds, notes, or other obligations of the United States; or bonds, notes, or other obligations
guaranteed as to principal and interest by the
United States or those for which the faith of the
United States is pledged for the payment of prin- cipal and interest thereon, by language appearing
in the instrument specifically providing such
guarantee or pledge and not merely by interpretation
or otherwise;
2) Bonds, notes, debentures, or other obligations or securities issued by any federal government agency,
or the export-import bank of Washington; bonds,
notes, or other obligations guaranteed as to prin- cipal and interest by the United States or those
for which the faith of the United States is pledged
for the payment of principal and interest thereon, by interpretation or otherwise and not by language appearing in the instrument specifically providing such guarantee or pledge;
3) Bonds and other obligations of this state;
4) Bonds and other obligations of any county, township, school district, municipal corporation, including the Village, or other legally constituted taxing subdivision of this state, which is not at the time of such deposit, in default in the payment of princi- pal or interest on any of its bonds or other obliga- tions, for which the full faith and credit of the issuing subdivision is pledged;
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5) Bonds of other states of the United States which
have not during the ten years immediately ceding the pre- time of such deposit defaulted in payments
of either interest or principal on any of their bonds;
6) Obligations guaranteed as to principal and interest
by the Ohio student loan commission.
c) If the depository fails to pay over any part of the deposit made therein as provided by law, the Director of Finance shall sell at public sale any of the bonds or other securities deposited
with herh/im pursuant to this section or Section 131. 09 of the Revised Code of Ohio. Thirty days' notice of such sale shall be given in a newspaper of general circulation at the county seat of the county in which the office of the Director of Finance is located. Pursuant to division (C) of Section 135. 18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, when a sale of bonds or other securities has been so made and upon payment to the
Director of Finance of the purchase money, the Director of Finance shall transfer such bonds or securities whereupon the absolute ownership of such bonds or securities shall pass to the purchasers, and any surplus remaining after deducting the amount due the state or subdivision and expenses of sale shall be paid to the depository.
d) An institution designated as a depository may, by written notice to the Director of Finance, designate a qualified trustee and deposit the eligible securities required by this section with the trustee for safekeeping for the account of the Director of Finance and the institution as a depository, as their re- spective rights to and interests in such securities under this section may appear and be asserted by written notice to or demand upon the trustee pursuant to division (D) of Section 135. 18 of the Revised Code of Ohio. In such case, the Director of Finance shall accept the written receipt of the trustee describing the securities which have been deposited with the trustee by the depository, a copy of which shall also be de- livered to the depository. Thereupon all such securities so deposited with the trustees are, pursuant to division (D) of Section 135.18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, deemed to be pledged with the Director of Finance and to be deposited with herh/im, for all the purposes of this section.
oef ) The Council may make provisions for the exchange and release securities and the substitution of other eligible securities therefor except where the depository has deposited eligible sseecctuiorinti.es with a trustee for safekeeping as provided in this
f) When the depository has deposited eligible securities described in division (b) 1() of this section with a trustee for safekeeping, the depository may at any time substitute or ex- change eligible securities described in division (b) 1() of this section having a current market value equal to or greater than the current market value of the securities then on deposit and for which they are to be substituted or exchanged, without specific authorization from the Village' s Council or Director of Finance of such substitution or exchange.
sgcr)ibeWdhenin thdeivdiseipoonssito (ry has deposited eligible securities de- b) 2() to (6) of this section with a trustee for safekeeping, the depository may at any time substi- tute or exchange eligible securities having a current market value equal to or greater than the current market value of the securities then on deposit and for which they are to be substi- tuted or exchanged without specific authorization of the Council oonr lytheif:Director of Finance of any such substitution or exhange
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1) The Director of Finance has authorized the depository
to make such substitution or exchange on a continuing
basis during a specified period without prior approval
of such substitution or exchange. Such authorization
may be effected by the Director of Finance sending to
the trustee a written notice stating that substitution
may be effected on a continuing basis during a specified
period which shall not extend beyond the end of
the period of designation during which the notice is
given. The trustee may rely upon such notice and
upon the period of authorization stated therein and
upon the period of designation stated therein.
2) No continuing authorization for substitution given by the has been Director of Finance, the depository
notifies the Director of Finance and the trustee of
an intended substitution or exchange, and the Director
of Finance fails to object to the trustee as to the
eligibility or market value of the securities being
substituted within ten calendar days after the date
appearing on the notice of proposed substitution. The notice to the Director of Finance and to the
trustee shall be given in writing and delivered per- sonally or by certified or registered mail with a return receipt requested. The trustee may assume in
any case that the notice has been delivered to the
Director of Finance to be effective, receipt of the
objections must be acknowledged in writing by the trustee.
3) The Director of Finance gives written authorization
for a substitution or exchange of specific securities.
h) The depository shall notify the Director of Finance of any such substitution or exchange under division (g) (1) or (2) of this section. Upon request from the Director of Finance, the trustee shall furnish a statement of the securities pledged against such public deposits.
i) Pursuant to division (I) of Section 135. 18 of the Ohio Revised Code, any federal reserve bank or branch thereof located in this state, without compliance with sections 1109.03, 1109.04, 1109. 17, and 1109. 18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, or this Chapter 147 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village and without becoming subject to section 1109. 15 of the Revised Code of Ohio or any other law of Ohio relative to the exercise by corporations of trust powers generally, is qualified to act as trustee for the safekeeping of securities, under this section. Pursuant to division (I) of Section 135. 18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, any institution mentioned in section 135.03 of the Revised Code of Ohio which holds a certificate of qualification issued by the superintendent of banks or any institution complying with sections 1109.03, 1109.04, 1109.17, and 1109. 18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, is qualified to act as trustee for the safekeeping of securities, other than those belonging to itself, under this section and such section 135. 18 of the Revised Code of Ohio. Pur- suant to Section 135.18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, upon applica- tion to himh/er in writing by any such institution, the superin- tendent of banks shall investigate the applicant and ascertain whether or not it has been authorized to execute-and accept trusts in Ohio and has safe and adequate vaults and efficient supervis- ion thereof for the storage and safekeeping within Ohio of such securities. If the superintendent find that the applicant has been so authorized and does have such vaults and supervision thereof, hes/he shall, pursuant to Section 135.18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, approve the application and issue a certificate to that effect, the original or any certified copy of which shall be conclusive evidence that the institution therein named is quali- fied to act as trustee for the purpose of this section with respect to securities other than those belonging to itself.
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Notwithstanding the fact that a depository is required to pledge eligible securities in certain amounts to secure deposits
of Public Moneys, a trustee shall have no duty obligation to determine or the eligibility, market value, or face value of any securities deposited with the trustee by a depository. This applies in all situations including, without
limitation, a substitution or exchange of securities.
Pursuant to Section 135.18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, any charges or compensation of a designated trustee for acting as such under this section shall be paid by the depository and in
no event shall be chargeable to the Village or to the Director
of Finance or to any officer of the Village. Pursuant to Section 135. 18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, such charges or compensation shall not be a lien or charge upon the securities
deposited for safekeeping prior or superior to the rights to
and interests in such securities of the Village or of the Director of Finance. Pursuant to Section 135. 18 of the Revised
Code of Ohio, the Director of Finance and her/ his bondswomen/
bondsmen or surety shall be relieved from any liability to the Village or to the depository for the loss or destruction of any sseecctuiorinti.es deposited with a qualified trustee pursuant to this
INVESTMENTS
a) All Public Moneys of the Village not deposited in Active Deposits or kept by the Director of Finance as a cash reserve as may be prescribed by the Village Manager, shall be invested by the Director of Finance pursuant to this section, and in- vestments shall not be limited to such moneys which will not be needed for a period of six months.
b) The Director of Finance may invest in any of the following classifications of obligations, which are hereby determined to be eligible for investment:
1) Bonds, notes, or other obligations of or guaranteed by the United States, or those for which the faith of the United States is pledged for the payment of principal and interest thereon;
2) Bonds, notes, debentures, or other obligations or securities issued by any federal government agency, or the export-import bank of Washington;
3) Discount notes of the federal national mortgage association, and bonds issued by the homeowners'
loan corporation, as defined in Section 731. 56 of the Revised Code of Ohio;
4) Bonds and notes of the State of Ohio;
5) Bonds and notes of any municipal corporation, includ- ing the Village, county, township or other political subdivisions of Ohio as to which there is no default of principal, interest or coupons;
6) The Director of Finance may enter into a repurchase agreement with any eligible institution mentioned in Section 135.03 of the Revised Code of Ohio, under the terms of which agreement the Director of Finance pur- chases for the Village, and such institution agrees unconditionally to repurchase any of the securities listed in divisions (b) 1() or (2) of this section that will mature or are redeemable within five years from the date of purchase; and
7) Certificates of deposit of Eligible Depositories, which may provide a(nd if so, shall be shown on its face) that the amount of such deposit is payable dupaoten written notice a specified period before the of the repayment maturity.
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8) Insured deposit accounts in Eligible Depositories
paying interest at a rate greater than the interest
rate paid on the Village' s Active Deposits, provided
that such investments must be approved in writing by Village Manager and Director of Law and that such
approval by the Village Manager and Director of Law
shall also include approval of the insurance provided
to secure and protect the Village' s ability to the principal deposited recover in such deposit account.
c) The Village Manager may order the Director of Finance to sell any of the securities, obligations, or certificates of de- posit or to close any accounts held as investments. Such order
shall be in writing and shall specifically describe the securities,
obligations, certificates of deposit or accounts and fix
the date on which they are to be sold or closed. Securities,
obligations, certificates of deposit or accounts ordered to be
sold or closed by the Village Manager shall be sold or closed for cash by the Director of Finance on the date fixed in the
Village Manager' s order at the then current market price.
d) The Director of Finance may sell any securities, obliga- tions, or certificates of deposit or close any accounts held as investments without the written order of the Village Manager mentioned in division (c) of this section for cash and for a sum not less than their current market price.
oef )LawTheandDitrheector of Finance, the Village Manager, the Director members of Council shall not be held accountable
or personally liable for any loss occasioned by the sale of securities, obligations, or certificates of deposit or by the closing of insured deposit accounts authorized pursuant to divisions (c) or (d) of this section at prices lower than their cost or balance. Any loss or expense in making such sales or closings shall be payable as other expenses of the Village.
f) Investments authorized by division (b) of this section shall not be made at a price in excess of the current market price. The members of Council, the Village Manager, the Director of Law and the Director of Finance shall not be personal- ly liable for or with respect to the purchase of securities, obligations, or certificates of deposit or the deposit of Public Moneys in insured deposit accounts authorized as investments pursuant to division (b) of this section; and the members of Council, the Village Manager and the Director of Law shall not be personally liable for any unauthorized investment by the Director of Finance.
pgur)chaIsfedany securities, obligations or certificates of deposit under the authority of this section are issuable to a designated payee or to the order of a designated payee, the name of the Director of Finance and the title of herh/is office shall be so designated. In any such securities, obligations or certificates of deposit are registrable either as to principal oinr tihneterest, or both, then such securities shall be registered name of the Director of Finance as such.
h) The Director of Finance is responsible for the safekeeping of all securities, obligations or certificates of deposit acquired by herh/im under this section. Any of such securities, obligations or certificates of deposit may be deposited for safe- keeping with a qualified trustee as provided in section 135.18 of the Revised Code of Ohio, except the delivery of securities acquired under a repurchase agreement shall be made to a quali- fied trustee. If securities, obligations or certificates of deposit are not deposited with a qualified trustee, they shall be in the custody of the Director of Finance and shall be kept by herh/im in a safe deposit box or vault belonging to an Eligible Depository, and such safe deposit box or vault shall be opened only upon a warrant or order of the Director of Finance or a person duly authorized as the Acting Director of Finance in the presence of one or more of the Director of
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Finance, Director of Law or Village Manager or persons duly
authorized as Acting Directors of Finance or Law or Acting
Village Manager. The warrant or order to open such safety
deposit box or vault shall direct the deposit or removal of
such securities, obligations or certificates of deposit,
clipping of coupons or other official business reason for
opening the box or vault. A report of what is placed in, removed
from or other official business conducted shall, on the
same day of the opening of the box or vault, be signed by the
officer witnessing such opening and the Director of Finance,
and such report shall be retained by the Director of Finance.
Interest earned on any investments, including certificates
of deposit, authorized by this section shall be collected by
the Director of Finance and credited by her/him to the proper fund of the Village as required by Law.
i) Upon the expiration of the term of office of the Director
of Finance or in the event of a vacancy in the office of the
Director of Finance by reason of death, resignation, removal
from office, or otherwise, the Director of Finance or her/his
legal representative shall transfer and, deliver to his successor
all securities, obligations and certificates of deposit
held by her/him. For the securities, obligations and certificates
of deposit so transferred and delivered, such Director
of Finance shall be credited with and his successor shall be
charged with the amount of money invested in such securities,
obligations and certificates of deposit.
j) Whenever securities, obligations or certificates of deposit
acquired under this section mature and become due and
payable, the Director of Finance shall present them for payment
according to their tenor, and shall collect the moneys payable
thereon. The moneys so collected shall be treated as Public
Moneys subject to the provisions of this Chapter 147 of the Codified Ordinances.
k) The Director of Finance shall maintain accounts in which
she/ he shall make appropriate entries of all transactions lating to the investment re- of treasury funds. The Director of
Finance shall keep a record of the number and maturity of interest
coupons on instruments in which the Village has invested.
1) On and after January 1, 1983, the Director of Finance
shall provide to the Village Manager and each member of the
Council monthly statements showing the deposits, withdrawals
and balances in the various depositories of the Village; and,
upon request of the Village Manager or the Council, shall pro- vide periodic reports, in such detail as required by the Council
hoer ldth.e Village Manager, of all investments purchased, sold and
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
a) The Director of Finance, the Village Manager, the Director of Law and members of Council and their bondswomenb/ondsmen or sureties shall be relieved from any liability for the loss of
any Public Moneys deposited or invested pursuant to and in com- pliance with this Chapter 147 of the Codified Ordinances,
including, but not limited to losses occasioned by the failure of any depository.
b) Section 731. 55 of the Revised Code of Ohio shall be applicable to the Village and the insurance authorized by such section may be procured by the Village Manager and the costs of such insurance shall be paid by the Village.
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Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
It is hereby found and 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 actions, were in
meetings open to the public in compliance with all legal
requirements including the Village' s Codified Ordinances
and Section 121. 22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in force after the
earliest period allowed by law.
21st
Attest: CJ 1< -. ltu*-CTErk of Cou.ncil v ru,"-)
Approved
Law Director
to fo m:
day of September
Ma5*/.
1983.

Ordinance 23-1983

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ORDINANCE NO. 23-83
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A SPECIAL FUND KNOWN AS THE
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LANDSCAPING GRANT"FUND
AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Village has been awarded a grant under the Small
Business Administration by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
WHEREAS, it is necessary to establish a Special Fund for receipt
of grant funds.
that:
Section
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio,
Section II:
Section III:
Section IV:
Section
Passed this
I: There is hereby established a Special Fund to be
known as "Small Business Administration Landscaping
Fund".
That all monies received as payment under the Small
Business Administration Landscaping Grant shall be
deposited into this account to be expended to reduce
the obligations of the Village for the Landscaping
of the Opera House Park.
The sum of $5,000, be and hereby is appropriated to
Account No. 86-4-A250 entitled "Small Business
Administration Landscaping Grant".
This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the conduct of the operations
of the Municipal Government.
V: This ordinance shall be in effect at the date of
passage.
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1r-k€of Council
Approved as to form B#4. ic_--
Law Director
day of Auaust
C i vt}1'4v, A* Ill 4 ),
M yor /
1983.
BY:

Ordinance 22-1983

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AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE MINIMUM REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE
SAFEGUARDING OF LIFE AND PROPERTY FROM THE HAZARDS OF FIRE AND
EXPLOSION ARISING FROM THE STORAGE, HANDLING AND USE OF HAZARDOUS
SUBSTANCES, MATERIALS AND DEVICES, AND FROM CONDITIONS
HAZARDOUS TO LIFE OR PROPERTY IN THE USE OR OCCUPANCY OF BUILDING
OR PREMISES, KNOWN AS THE FIRE PREVENTION CODE.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that:
Section I: ADOPTION OF FIRE PREVENTION CODE
A certain document, three (3) copies of which file in the office of the Clerk are on of Council of the
Village of Granville, being marked and designated as The BOCA Basic Fire Prevention Code, Fifth Edition,
1981", as published by the Building Officials and
Code Administrators International, Inc.,is hereby
adopted as the Fire Prevention Code of the Village of
Granville, in the State of Ohio; for the control of
buildings and structures as herein provided; and each
and all of the regulations, provisions, penalties,
conditions, and terms of said BOCA Basic Fire Prevention
Code are hereby referred to, adopted and made a
part thereof, as if fully set out in this ordinance
with the additions, deletions, or changes, if any, prescribed in Section II of the ordinance..
Section II: ADDITIONS, INSERTIONS, AND CHANGES
1) Section F-100. 1 (page 1, second line),Insert Village of Granville.
2) Delete Section F-104. 0 Board of Appeals. Appeals
can be made through the same channel as with other
Village citdtions.
3) Add new Sections of the Ohio Fire Code pertaining to kerosene heaters.
FUEL FOR KEROSENE HEATERS
The Fire Marshal recognizes and hereby adopts standard
specifications ASTM D3699-78, issued by the American
Society for Testing and Materials, for the purpose of prescribing two grades of kerosene suitable for use in Kerosene heaters, as follows:
A) No. 1-K Kerosene: This is a special 16ws-ulfur grade kerosene with a maximum sulfur content of four
hundredths of one percent (0.04 percent) by weight, suitable for use in unvented kerosene heaters.
B) No. 2-K Kerosene: This is a regular grade kerosene with a maximum sulfur content of thirty hundredths of one percent (0. 30 percent) by weight, suitable for use in vented or flue connected kerosene heaters.
ORDINANCE NO. 22-83
BY
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USE OF UNVENTED KEROSENE HEATERS
A) Scope: This rule is designed to ensure the safe
use of unvented kerosene heaters exempted from
Division (A) of Sdction 3701.82 of the Revised Code
when used in assembly buildings, business buildings,
high hazard buildings, institutional buildings,
mercantile buildings, and Type R-1 and R-2 residential
buildings, as such groups of buildings are
defined in Chapter 4101: 2-3 of the Administrative Code
as adopted by the Board of Building Standards under
Section 3781. 10 of the Revised Code. The demonstration
of such heaters by the manufacturer or his agent,
or by a merchant, shall not be considered within the
scope of this rule.
B) R-1 and R-2 buildings: In accordance with the
definitions of these use groups, R-1 buildings include
all hotels, motels, and dormitories arranged for
the shelter and sleeping accommodation of more than
20 individuals; R-2 buildings include all multiple
family dwellings having more than three dwellingunits,
as well as all dormitories and boarding and lodging
houses arranged for the shelter and sleeping accommodation
of more than five but not more than 20 individuals.
C) Issuance of citation: If the fire marshal, his
representative, or a certified fire safety inspector
finds that the use of an unvented kerosene heater or
the storage of its fuel is not in compliance with the
provisions of this rule, he shall issue a citation to
the responsible person as defined in Sections F-105.4
through F-105.5. 2, intlusive, of this code.
D) General provisions: The use of unvented kerosene
heaters in the aforementioned buildings and the storage
of the fuel for such heaters shall comply with the
following provisions:
1. No unvented kerosene heater shall be located in
any building means of egress. For the purpose of
this rule, "means of egress" has the same meaning defined in the Ohio Fire as Code, i. e.,a continuous
and unobstructed path of travel from any point in a building or structure to a public way, comprising all
vertical and horizontal means of travel and including
intervening room spaces, doors, hallways, corridors,
passageways, balconies, ramps, stairs, enclosures,
lobbies, escalators, and exits.
2. No unvented kerosene heater shall be elevated by
being placed upon a stand or otherwise placed or suspended above the floor.
3.. No unvented kerosene heater shall be placed within
three (3) feet of any furniture, drapery, curtain,
decorative material, accessory, appliance, equipment,
merchandise, goods, or fixture, or any other thing, which is or may be combustible.
4. No unvented kerosene heater shall be left unattended
while it is operating.
5. Every unvented kerosene heater shall be set and
centered upon a non-combustible mat or shallow base, the dimensions of which shall be sufficient to allow
at least three (3) feet of the mat or base to extend ' okeurtowsaernde in any direction from any part of the unvented heater.
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6. Every unvented kerosene heater shall be used in
an area where there is adequate ventilation, as
recommended by the manufacturer of such heater.
7. No unvented kerosene heater shall be fueled or
refueled while it is operating or within ten (10)
minutes of flame extinguishment, or contrary to the
instructions of its manufacturer.
8. No unvented kerosene heater or its fuel reservoir
shall be fueled or refueled inside a building. All
such fueling operations shall be performed outdoors.
9. Every unvented kerosene heater shall be fueled or
refueled strictly in accordance with the instructions
of its manufacturer.
10. The fuel used in every unvented kerosene heater
shall be only No. 1-K kerosene, as prescribed in
Rule 1301: 7-5-15 of the Administrative Code (OFC).
11. The fuel used in every unvented kerosene heater
shall be stored away from occupied areas and in approved container which shall an be marked or labeled
in a conspicuous manner to read: 1-K kerosene.
12. At least one fire extinguisher with a minimum
2-A, 20-B:C rating and capacity shall be providedand
available for use within twenty-five (25) feet of
every unvented kerosene heater during its operation.
MANUFACTURER' S INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING KEROSENE HEATERS
A) Scope: Pursuant to Division (F) of Section 3701. 82 of
the Revised Code, this rule is for the purpose of prescribing
standards for the written instructions issued by the
manufacturer of any kerosene heater sold or offered for
sale in this state with respect to ventilation requirements
and warnings of potential fire hazards that may occur in using the heater.
B) Manufacturer' s instructions: Effective July 1, 1983,
no person shall sell or offer for sale any kerosene heater
in this state unless the manufacturer has provided instructions
for operating the heater and certain information
about its use, which shall include the following:
1. All pertinent information bearing upon the assembly and installation of the heater.
2. All pertinent information bearing upon the proper operation, maintenance, and storage of the heater.
3. All pertinent information which might reasonably
bear upon the health or life safety of persons in the vicinity of the heater if recommended assembly, installation,
operational, or maintenance procedures are not respected.
4. All safety features incorporated in the heater shall be described.
5. Instructions for starting or lighting the heater, regulating its flame or heat, and turning it off or extinguishing its flame.
6. Proper fueling procedures shall be set forth.
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7. A cautionary warning that the heater may be
extremely hot while in operation; that, therefore,
it may burn, injure, or damage any person or thing
contacting it; and that, in particular, infants,
children, physically or mentally incompetent persons,
and pets should be kept away from the unit.
8. A cautionary warning that the heater may be
extremely hot while in operation; that, therefore,
the heat radiating from it may ignite any combustible
thing in close proximity; that it should not beplaced
within three (3) feet of any furniture, drapery,
curtain, clothing, or other thing which is or may be
combustible; that, however, the heater may be placed
against or within three (3) feet of a combustible
wall, provided the heater is specifically designed for such installation or placement.
9. A cautionary warning that the heater may be extremely
hot while in operation; that, therefore, no fueling
procedure, including the removal of the fuel reservoir
should be carried out while the unit is operating and until it has cooled down.
10. A cautionary warning that the heater should not be
moved while it is in operation.
11. A cautionary warning that neither the heater nor
any surface of the heater should be used for the of cooking purpose or warming food, unless the heater is specif- ically designed for cooking and warming food.
12. A cautionary warning that no additive for the heater' s fFuaehlrewnihtheit a flashpoint below one hundred (100) degrees shall be used.
13. The recommended minimum room size for the Btu output of the heater shall be set forth.
14. The type and grade of fuel the heater is designed to
use shall be set forth, together with any safety or fire hazard which might be involved if improper fuel is used.
15. A cautionary warning for every unvented kerosene
heater, warning that when the heater is in operation the combustion process uses oxygen from the space being heated and returns carbon monoxide to the atmosphere as a product of combustion; that, without adequate ventila- tion, the depletion of oxygen may present a risk of asphyxiation; and that carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, highly poisonous gas which, without adequate ventilation, may cause headache, dizziness, andnausea, or even be fatal.
16. The ventilation requirements necessary for safe operation of every unvented kerosene heater shall be set forth.
17. A cautionary warning for every unvented kerosene heater, warning that the fuel used in such heater should be restricted to No. 1-K kerosene, as prescribed in Rule 1301: 7-5-15 of the Administrative Code O( FC)o, r "fresh, high quality, crystal clear kerosene."
MANUFACTURER' S MARKINGS FOR UNVENTED KEROSENE HEATERS
No person shall sell or offer for sale in this state any kerosene heater designed for unvented use and subject to the exemption contained in Division (D) of Section 3701.82 of the Revised Code unless the manufacturer has marked such heater
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in some conspicuous manner by marking plate or otherwise
for the purpose of showing that the heater has been listed
by a testing agency recognized by the Fire Marshal. Such
markings shall mean that at a minimum the heater has met
the requirements contained in Underwriters Laboratories
UL) Standards No. 647.
4) Change Section F-301. 2 to read "A person shall not
kindle or maintain any bonfire or other open fire authorize or any such fire to be Kindled or maintained on
any premises without having obtained a permit or other
proper authorization from the fire official. All permits
shall be required by and issued to the owner of the land
upon which the fire is to be kindled."
5) Change Section F-103. 2 to read the same as the Ohio
Fire Code F-103.2 "except for those permits which are exprelly issued by the State Fire Marshali all permits
specified in this Code will beijssued by the local fire
official. The local fire official may require, any such permit as specified in this code. The local fire official
may require, but need not require, reasonable fees for such
permits. Permits shall at all times be kept on the premises
designated therein and shall be subject to inspection by the fire official.
Section III: SAVING CLAUSE
Section
Passed this
Nothing in this ordinance or in the Fire Prevention Code
hereby adopted shall be construed to affect any suit or pro- ceeding impending in any court, or any rights acquired, or liability incurred, or any cause or causes of action acquired
or existing, under any act or ordinance hereby repealed as cited in Section 2 of this Ordinance; nor shall any just or legal right or remedy of any character be lost, impaired or affected by this Ordinance.
IV: DATE OF EFFECT
The Village of Granville shall certify to the adoption of this Ordinance and cause the same to be published as required by law; and this Ordinance shall take effect and be<in force from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
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T-Terk of Council '- '
Approved as to form,1
Law Director
day of ,-August 1983.
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Ordinance 21-1983

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES IN THE GENERAL FUND.
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And
To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From The Need To Resurface
Streets.
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, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1983 but did not
include provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter indicated, and;
WHEREAS, East Broadway is scheduled for Rotomilling and Repaving
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I The sum of $20,000 be and hereby is appropriated
to Account Al-6-A250 entitled "Capital Outlay",
in the General Fund to provide for Rotomilling
and Repaving of East Broadway.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in force
from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this 5U./L'
C 4-U- ,55,7*713#94< CTerk of Council
Approved as to form:
3fk*4. d_a- Law Director
day of Gu- dsts
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1983.
ORDINANCE NO. 21-83
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ENTERED IN COMMISSIONERS JOURNAL4,7# PAGE 221
RESOLUTION
i'NTHEMATTER OF APPROVING USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE PERMISSIVE TAX FUND
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners,County of Licking,State of Ohio:
That we do hereby approve a request from the Village of Granville, as approved
by the County Engineer, Jerry H. Wray, to use $20,000.00 of the Motor Vehicle
Permissive Tax Fund monies to be used for paving East Broadway Street from the
junction of Prospect Street to East College Street.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we do hereby request County Auditor, George D.
Buchanan, to forward the amount of $20,000.00 to the Village of Granville to
cover the cost of this project.
Motion by Mr. Shiplev ACOnded by Mr. Eshelman, Jr.
that the resolution be adopted was carried by the following vote: YEAS,Messrs.
Shiplpu: Rghplman. Jr..and Hill (Absent)
CC: George D. Buchanan, Auditor
Jerry Wray, Engineer
Phil Shipley
John L. Eshelman, Jr.
Donald D. Hill (Absent)
NAYS NONE
illage of Granville
ADOPTEDAA Oune -1983
Lj447& 1 Glen K. Porter
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CLERK
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Ordinance 20-1983

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 PROVIDING FOR ADJUSTMENTS
OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1983 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, 1983
and ending December 31, 1983, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has viously recommended appropriations to supplement pre- made appropriations,
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by Ordinance No. 40-82, be amended by
the Council, as recommended by the Manager, and is hereby adopted.
Section II: To provide operating expenditures for the General
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1983,
the following appropriations are hereby made in the General Fund:
Account Number Account
Al-6-6250
Al-6-H250
Al-6-H270
Al-7-E230
Section III:
Account Number
Hl-4
Section IV:
Passed this
Sidewalks-Capital Outlay ,
Wildwood Drive Imp. -Transfer
Wildwood Drive Imp. -Transfer
Lands &Buildings -Contractural Services
To provide operating expenditures for the Special
Assessment Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1983, the following appropriation
is hereby made in the Special Assessment Fund:
Account
Wildwood Drive Improvement
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
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c-rerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Add
11,000
88,100
1,700
3,500
Add
1,700
day of
r July 1983.
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ORDINANCE NO. 20-83
BY:
Law Director

Ordinance 19-1983

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 AND
APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES IN THE GENERAL FUND.
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Year 1983 Budget For The Fiscal and To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From The Need To Update The Codified Ordinances.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the VthiellafgisecaClouncil is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for year beginning January 1, 1983 and ending December 31, 1983, and;
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year h19e8r3eabfutet rdid not include provisions for expenditures for sums indicated, and;
WHEREAS, the Codified ordinances are out of date.
ONOhWio, , THthEaREt:FORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Section
Section II:
Passed this
St:
I: The sum of $3, 000 be and hereby is appropriated to Account Al-7-8230 entitled "Contractural
RSeecrovdicifiecsat"ii,onn.the General Fund to provide for
This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
4135
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Clerk of Council
Approved as to fonm:
Law Directo-r
day of 1983.
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Ordinance 18-1983

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ORDINANCE NO. 18-83
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 AND
APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES IN
THE WASTE WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND.
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From The Need To Perform Soil Borings For The Design Of Sewage Treat- ment And Collection Facilities.
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, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1983
binudt icdaidtedn,ot include provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter and;
WHEREAS, soil borings and analysis are necessary to the Sewage Treatment and Collection Facilities Design,
tNhOaWt,: THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio,
Section
Section II:
Passed this
I: The sum of $2, 500 be and hereby is appropriated to Account E2-5-I-11-250 entitled "Soil Borings", in the Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in force
flarowm. and after the earliest period allowed by
Atest:
G-rerk of l ouncil
Approv@d as to Aorm:
Law Director
day of Loux 1983.
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Ordinance 17-1983

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CERTAIN SECTIONS IN THE TRAFFIC
CODE TO COMPLY WITH CURRENT STATE LAW AND DECLARING
AN EMERGENCY
WHEREAS, Am. Sub. Senate Bill 432 has revised the State law relating to
operating a vehicle in a reckless manner or while under the influence of
alcohol, a drug of abuse or both, effective March 16, 1983.
WHEREAS, the Ohio Constitution requires ordinances which are enacted
as an exercise of the Municipality's police powers to comply with general
State law; now therefore,
BE lT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE Village of Granville ,
COUNTY OF Lickina STATE OF OHIO:
Section 1. That Sections 333.01 and 335.07 of the Traffic Code
are hereby amended and Sections 333. 08 and 333.09 added to read as follows:
333.01 DRIVING OR PHYSICAL CONTROL WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE;
EVIDENCE.
a) Operation. No person shall operate any vehicle within the Municipality
if any of the following apply:
1) The person is under the influence of alcohol or any drug of abuse,
or the combined influence of alcohol and any drug of abuse;
2) The person has a concentration of ten- hundredths of one percent
0.10%or) more by weight of alcohol in his blood;
3) The person has a concentration of ten- hundredths (0.10) of one
gram or more by weight of alcohol per 210 liters of his breath;
4) The person has a concentration of fourteen- hundredths (0.14)
of one gram or more by weight of alcohol per 100 milliliters of his
urine. (ORC 4511.19)
b) Physical Control. No person shall be in actual physical control of
any vehicle within the Municipality if any of the following apply:
1) The person is under the influence of alcohol or any drug of
abuse, or the combined influence of alcohol and any drug of
abuse;
2) The person has a concentration of ten-hundredths of one percent
0.10%or)more by weight of alcohol in his blood;
3) The person has a concentration of ten- hundredths (0.10)of one
gram or more by weight of alcohol per 210 liters of his breath;
4) The person has a concentration of fourteen- hundredths (0.14)
of one gram or more by weight of alcohol per 100 milliliters of
his urine.
c) Evidence; Tests; Immunity. In any criminal prosecution for a violation of
this section relating to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of
alcohol, the court may admit evidence on the concentration of alcohol in the
defendant's blood, breath or urine at the time of the alleged violation as shown by chemical analysis of the defendant's blood,urine, breath or other bodily substance
withdrawn within two hours of the time of such alleged violation.
When a person submits to a blood test at the request of a police officer under Ohio R.C. 4511. 191, only a physician, a registered nurse or a qualified technician cr chemist shall withdraw blood for the purpose of determining its alcoholic content. This limitation does not apply to the taking of breath or urine specimens. A physician, a registered nurse or a qualified technician or chemist may refuse to withdraw blood for the purpose of determining the alcohol content of the blood, if dinrahwiisngopinion the physical welfa re of the person would be endangered by the with- of blood.
Such bodily substance shall be analyzed in accordance with methods approved by the Ohio Director of Health by an individual possessing a valid permit issued by the Director of Health pursuant to Ohio R.C. 3701.143.
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If there was at the time bodily substance was withdrawn a concentration of less
than ten-hundredths of one percent 0( .10%by)weight of alcohol in the defendant's
blood, less than ten- hundredths (0.10)of one gram by weight of alcohol per
210 liters of his breath or less than fourteen- hundredths (0.14)of one gram by
weight of alcohol per 100 milliliters of his urine, such fact may be considered
with other competent evidence in determining the guilt or innocence of the
defendant.
Upon the request of the person who was tested, the results of such test
shall be made available to him, his attorney or agent, immediately upon the
completion of the test analysis.
The person tested may have a physician, a registered nurse or a qualified
technician or chemist of his own choosing administer a chemical test or tests in addition to any administered at the direction of a police officer, and shall be so advised. The failure or inability to obtain an additional test by a person shall not preclude the admission of evidence relating to the test or tests taken at the direction of a police officer.
Any physician, registered nurse or qualified technician or chemist who
withdraws blood from a person pursuant to this section, and any hospital, firstaid
station or clinic at which blood is withdrawn from a person pursuant to this section, is immune from criminal liability, and from civil liability that is based upon a claim of assault and battery or based upon any other claim that is not in the nature of a claim of malpractice, for any act performed in with- drawing blood from the person. O(RC 4511.19)
333. 08 OPERATION IN WILLFUL OR WANTON DISREGARD OF SAFETY.
a) No person shall operate a vehicle on any street or highway in willful or
wanton disregard of the safety of persons or property. ( ORC 4511.20)
b) No person shall operate a vehicle on any public or private property
other than streets or highways, in willful or wanton disregard of the safety of
persons or property.
This subsect' ion does not apply to the competitive operation of vehicles on
public or private property when the owner of such property knowingly permits such
operation thereon. O(RC 4511.201)
333. 09 OPERATION WITHOUT REASONABLE CONTROL.
No person shall operate a motor vehicle on any street, highway or
property open to the public for vehicular traffic without being in reasonable
control of the vehicle. ( ORC 4511.202)
335.07 DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION.
a) No person whose operator's or chauffeur's license or permit or nonresident
ope rating privilege has been suspended or revoked under Ohio R.C.
Chapter 4507 (Driver's License Law)or under applicable law in any other jurisdiction
where the license or permit was issued, shall operate any motor
vehicle upon the highways or streets in the Municipality while such license, permit
or privilege is suspended or revoked. No person who is granted occupational
driving privileges by any court shall operate any motor vehicle upon the highways
or streets in the Municipality except in accordance with the terms of the
privileges. ( ORC 4507.38)
b) No nonresident or other person whose operator's or chauffeur's license
or permit or nonresident operating privilege has been suspended or revoked,
shall operate a motor vehicle in the Municipality under a license, permit or registration certificate issued by any other jurisdiction, or otherwise operate
a motor vehicle in the Municipality during a period of such suspension, or within
one year after the date of such revocation. O (RC 4507.39)
c) No person whose license or registration or nonresident's operating privilege has been suspended or revoked under Ohio R.C. Chapter 4509 (Financial Responsibility Law)s,hall, during such suspension or revocation, drive any motor vehicle upon any highway or street or knowingly permit any motor vehicle owned by such person to be operated by another upon any highway or street, except as permitted under such chapter. O(RC 4509.76)
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d) No person whose operator's or chauffeur's license or permit or nonresident
operating privilege has been suspended under Ohio R.C. 4511.191
Implied Consent Law)shall operate a motor vehicle upon the highways or streets
in the Municipality. ( ORC 4511.192)
e) It is an affirmative defense to any prosecution brought pursuant to this
section that the alleged offender drove under suspension because of a substantial
emergency, provided that no other person was reasonably available to drive in
response to the emergency. O(RC 4507.38; 4507.39, 4511.192)
Section 2. That former Sections 333.01 and 335.07 are hereby
repealed.
Section 3. That this Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure
necessa ry for the preservation of the public peace, health, welfare and safety
and for the further reason that there exists an imperative necessity to amend
the Traffic Code to comply with current State law.
Passed this Ist
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Appoved as to for :
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Law Director
day of FXSA-€
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1983.

Ordinance 16-1983

ORDINANCE NO. 16-83
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AN ORDINANCE AWARDING AN ISSUE OF $40,000 WILDWOOD
DRIVE IMPROVEMENT BONDS, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, on May 18, 1983, bids were received for the purchase of $40,000
Wildwood Drive Improvement Bonds (the Bonds), authorized by Ordinance No.
158-3, passed by Council on April 20, 1983 following advertisement of the Bonds for public sale in accordance with law; and
WHEREAS, it has been determined that the bid of Maqnus &Company
of Cincinnati, Ohio for the Bonds to bear interest at the rate of 8. 5 per centum 8( -1/2 %) per annum with a premium of 32. 50 is the highest bid based upon the lowest rate of interest received for the Bonds;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, THAT:
Section I.
Section II.
Section III.
Section IV.
Section V.
The Bonds authorized by Ordinance No. 158-3, passed April 20, 1983, are awarded and sold to Magnus &Company
Cincinnati, Ohio in accordance with the notice
of sale and their bid for the Bonds at a premium of
32. 50 and bearing interest at the rate of
8-1/2 per annum, that rate being determined to be the
maximum interest rate per annum for the Bonds.
The Director of Finance is authorized and directed to cause the Bonds to be printed and to have the same executed and delivered, together with a true transcript of the proceedings authorizing the Bonds, to the successful bidder upon payment of the amount bid, plus the accrued interest to the date of delivery.
The Clerk of this Council is hereby authorized and directed to certify a copy of this ordinance to the Auditor of Licking County, Ohio.
It is hereby found and 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 Creoqduei.rements including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised
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 prompt sale of the Bonds herein authorized is necessary in order to preserve the credit cf the Village by retiring the outstanding notes issued in anticipation thereof and provided that this ordinance receives the affirmative vote of five of the members of Council it shall be in effect from and immediately after its passage; otherwise, on the earliest date allowed by the Charter the Village.
Passed:7C ,1983
Attest:IZL// ]t.1983
Approved as to form:
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Law Director
1983
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I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council, of the Village of Granville, Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance 1is6-8a3.true and exact copy of Ordinance No.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
BY:

Ordinance 15-1983

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AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS TO
PAY THE PROPERTY OWNERS' PORTION, IN ANTICIPATION OF
THE COLLECTION OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS HERETOFORE
LEVIED, OF THE COST OF IMPROVING 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.
WHEREAS, the Council of the Village of Granville has heretofore declared the
necessity of making certain improvements to Wildwood Drive and in order to
finance the construction of the improvement provided for in Resolution No.
81-28, adopted on October 7, 1981, has heretofore authorized and issued, in
anticipation of the issuance of bonds and the levy and collection of special
assessments, notes as follows:
Amount Date Maturity Ordinance No.
78,800 June 28, 1982 June 28, 1983 13-82
which notes are about to mature; and
WHEREAS, this Council has determined to fund the final costs of the
improvement hereinafter described and to retire such notes with a combination
of the proceeds of the bonds herein authorized, cash payments heretofore made
by property owners assessed for such improvement, and other moneys available
to the Village for such purpose; and
WHEREAS, the Finance Director, as fiscal officer, has certified to this
Council that the estimated life of the improvement hereinafter mentioned least five is at years, and that the maximum maturity of the Bonds hereinafter referred to is ten years; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, THAT:
Section I. It is necessary to issue bonds of the Village of Granville in
the principal sum of $40,000 (the Bonds) to pay the property
owners' portion, in anticipation of the collection of special
assessments heretofore levied, of the cost of improving
Wildwood Drive between certain termini by grading, constructing
a new base and drainage ditches, paving with asphalt, together
with necessary appurtenances thereto, pursuant to and in the
m19a8nn1e. r described in Resolution No. 812-8 adopted October 7,
Section II. The Bonds shall be issued in the denomination of $1, 000 each,
shall be numbered from 1 to 40, inclusive, and shall be dated June 1, 1983. The Bonds shall bear interest atthe rate of
91- /2%per annum, payable December 1, 1983, and semia-nnually thereafter on the first day of June and the first day of December of each year, until the principal sum is paid; provided, however, that if the Bonds are sold bearing a different rate of interest than hereinbefore specified, then the Bonds shall bear such rate of interest as may be provided in the ordinance of the Council approving the award thereof and the rate of interest provided for in that ordinance shall be the maximum interest rate per annum for the Bonds. The Bonds shall mature in the following principal amounts on December 1 of the years indicated:
4,000 in each of the years 1984 through 1993, inclusive.
ORDINANCE NO. 15-83
BY:
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The principal and interest of the Bonds shall be payable at the
legal depository of the Village, presently the Granville, Ohio,
office of Park National Bank, Granville, Ohio, without
deduction for its services as the Village' s paying agent.
Section III. The Bonds shall express upon their faces the purpose for which
they are issued and that they are issued pursuant to this
ordinance, shall be signed by the Mayor and Finance Director,
provided that one of such signatures may be a facsimile
signature, and shall bear the seal of the corporation or a
facsimile thereof. The interest coupons attached to the Bonds
shall bear the facsimile signature of the Finance Director.
The Bonds shall be designated "Wildwood Drive Improvement
Bonds."
Section IV. The Bonds shall be first offered at par and accrued interest to
the officer in charge of the Bond Retirement Fund, and if that
officer refuses to take any or all of the Bonds, then the Bonds
not so taken shall be advertised for public sale and sold in
the manner provided by law. The proceeds from the sale of the
Bonds, except any premium and accrued interest, shall be used
for the purpose for which the Bonds are issued and for no other
purpose. 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 and interest of the
Bonds in the manner provided by law.
Section V.
Section VI.
The Village hereby covenants that it will restrict the use of
the proceeds of the Bonds in such manner and to such extent, if
any, as may be necessary, after taking into account reasonable
expectations at the time of the delivery of and payment for the
Bonds, so that the Bonds will not constitute arbitrage bonds
under Section 103(c) of the Internal Revenue Code and the
applicable income tax regulations under that Section. The
fiscal officer or any other officer, including the Clerk of
Council, having responsibility for issuing the Bonds is
authorized and directed, alone or in conj unction with any of
the foregoing or with any other officer, employee, or
consultant of the Village, to give an appropriate certificate
of the Village, for inclusion in the transcript of proceedings,
setting forth the reasonable expectations of the Village
regarding the amount and use of all the proceeds and the facts
and estimates on which they are based, all as of the date of
delivery and payment for the Bonds.
For the purpose of providing the necessary funds to pay the
interest on the Bonds, promptly when and as the same fall due
and also to provide a fund sufficient to discharge the Bonds at
maturity, there shall be and is hereby levied on all the
taxable property in the Village in addition to all other taxes,
a direct tax annually during the period the Bonds are to run in
an amount sufficient to provide funds to pay the interest upon
the Bonds as and when the same falls due and also to provide a
fund for the discharge of the principal of the Bonds at
maturity, which tax shall not be less than the interest and
sinking fund tax required by Section 11, Article XII, Ohio
Constitution; provided, however, that in each year when the
assessments anticipated by the Bonds are available for the
payment of the Bonds and are appropriated for that purpose, the
amount of such tax shall be reduced by the amount of the
assessments as appropriated.
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Section VII.
Section VIII.
Section IX.
Section X.
Section XI.
Section XII.
The tax shall be and is hereby ordered computed, certified,
levied 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, 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 levies hereby
required shall be placed in a separate and distinct 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 Bonds when and as the same falls due.
All installments of the assesments and all portions thereof,
together with interest ther#n, shall be applied to the payment of the Bonds and the interedt as the same shall become due and
to no other purpose whatsoever.
It is hereby determined that all acts, conditions and things
necessary to be done precedent to and in the issuing of the
Bonds 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; that the
full faith, credit and revenue of the Village shall be and are
hereby irrevocably pledged for the prompt payment of the
principal and interest thereof at maturity; and that no
limitation of indebtedness or taxation, either statutory or
constitutional, will have been exceeded in the issuance of the
Bonds.
The Clerk of Council is hereby authorized and directed to
certify a copy of this ordinance to the County Auditor.
It is found and determined that all formal actions of this
Council concerning and relating to the passage of this
ordinance were taken 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 incuding Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
This ordinance is hereby determined to be an emergency measure
necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace,
safety, health and welfare of the Village and for the further
reason that the prompt issuance of Bonds is necessary to
preserve the credit of the Village of Granville by retiring the
outstanding notes issued in anticipation thereof and provided
that this ordinance receives the affirmative vote of five of
the members of Council it shall be in effect from and
immediately after its adop n; otherwise, on the earliest date
allowed by the Charter o the Village
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Mayor
1983

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