Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 14-1983

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES IN THE WASTE WATER CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS FUND.
WHEREAS, pursuant to 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 hereinafter indicated, and;
WHEREAS, the Village Council has, by Resolution No. 83-17, agreed to settle
the outstanding invoice of Clyde E. Williams &Associates, Inc.,for the
preparation of plans and specifications for sewage treatment facilities
during the period 1971 through 1974,
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: The sum of $43,408 be and hereby is appropriated to
Account E2-5-I10-250 entitled "Engineering Services"
in the Wastewater Capital Improvements Fund.
Section II: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this 1t/k
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CTerk -. 4 of Couhell' -
Approved as to for
Law Director
day of irn
Q4- £ ) 1983.
ORDINANCE NO. 14-83
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Ordinance 13-1983

BY:
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS 545. 05, 545. 09, 545. 10, 545. 18, 517. 05,
549. 02 and 549. 12 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Ohio General Assembly, through and Am. Sub. S.B. No. 199 Am. Sub. H.B. No. 269, has increased the value of property the subject of certain theft or theft related offenses from $150 to $300 regarding the distinction between a misdemeanor and felony crime, and WHEREAS, the increase of that threshold was effective January 5, 1983, and
WHEREAS, the same State law increased the felony threshold for certain other offenses, and provided for additional mandatory prison terms for offenders having, using, or possessing firearms in the acnodmmission of certain felony offenses, also effective January 5, 1983,
WHEREAS, it is necessary to bring the Codified Ordinances of The Village of Granville into compliance with the State law in the aforementioned regards, and
WHEREAS, it is immediately necessary to amend the Codified
Ordinances of The Village of Granville to comply with the aforementioned State laws for the preservation of public health,
peace, property and safety; now therefore
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE:
SECTION 1. That Sections 545. 05, 545. 09, 545. 10, 545. 18, 517. 05,
549. 02 and 549. 12, of the Codified Ordinances of The Village of Granville be and are hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 545. 05. Petty theft.
A) No person, with purpose to deprive the owner of
property or services shall knowingly exert control
over either the property or services in any of the following ways:
1) Without the consent of the owner or person authorized to give consent;
2) Beyond the scope of the express or implied
consent of the owner or person authorized
to give consent;
3) By deception;
4) By threat.
B) This section does not apply if the value of the
property involved is three hundred dollars or more, or is any of the property listed in Section 2913. 71 of the Ohio Revised Code, or is a motor vehicle as defined in Section 4501. 01 of the Ohio Revised Code, or the offender has previously been convicted of a theft offense.
C) Whoever violates this section is guilty of petty theft,
a misdeamor of the first degree.
Section 545. 09. Passing bad checks.
A) No person, with purpose to defraud, shall issue or transfer or cause to be issued or transferred a check or other negotiable instrument, knowing that it will be dishonored.
B) For purposes of this section, a person who issues
or transfers a check or negotiable instrument is presumed to know that it will be dishonored, if either of the following occurs:
1) The drawer had no account with the drawee
at the time of issue or the stated dated,
whichever is later.
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2) The check or instrument was properly refused
payment for insufficient funds upon
presentment with thirty days after issue or
the stated date, whichever is later, and the
liability of the drawer, endorser, or any
party who may be liable thereon is not
discharged by payment or satisfaction within
ten days after receiving notice of dishonor.
C) This section shall not apply if the check or other
negotiable instrument is for the payment of Three Hundred
Dollars or more, or if the offender has been previously
convicted of a theft offense.
D) Whoever violates this section is guilty of passing bad
checks, a misdeanor of the first degree.
Section 545. 10 Misuse of credit cards.
A) No person shall do any of the following:
1) Practice deception for the purpose of procuring
the issuance of a credit card, when a credit
card is issued in actual reliance thereon;
2) Knowingly buy or sell a credit card from or to
a person other than the issuer.
B) No person,
following:
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with purpose to defraud, shall do any of the
Obtain control over a credit card as security for
a debt;
Obtain property or services, by the use of credit a card, in one or more transactions, knowing
or having reasonable cause to believe that such
card has expired or been revoked, or was obtained,
is retained, or is being used in violation of law; 3) Furnish property or services, upon presentation of
a credit card, knowing that such card is being
used in violation of law;
4) Represent or cause to be represented to the
issuer of a credit card that property or services
have been furnished, knowing that such
representation is false.
C) No person, with purpose to violate this section, shall
receive, possess, control, or dispose of a credit card.
D) Whoever violates this section is guilty of misuse of credit cards, a misdemeanor of the first degree. This section shall not apply if the cumulative retail value of the
property and services involved in one or more violations of division (B) (2),3 (),or (4) of this section, which
violations involve one or more credit card accounts and occur within a period of ninety consecutive days commencing on the day of the first violation, is Three Hundred Dollars or more, oorffeinfseth.e offender has previously been convicted of a theft
Section 545. 18 Receiving stolen property.
A) No person shall receive, retain, or dispose of
property of another, knowing or having reasonable cause to believe it has been obtained through commission of a theft offense.
B) This section shall not apply if the value of the property is Three Hundred Dollars or more, or if the property involved is any of the property listed in Section 2913. 71 of the Ohio Revised Code or if the
property involved is a motor vehicle as defined in Section 4501. 01 of the Ohio Revised Code, or if the offender has previously been convicted of a theft offense.
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C) Whoever violates this section is guilty of receiving
stolen property, a misdemeanor of the first degree.
Section 517. 05 Cheating.
A) No person, with purpose to defraud or knowing that
he is facilitating a fraud, shall engage in conduct
designed to corrupt the outcome of:
1) The subject of a bet;
2) A contest of knowledge, skill, speed, strength,
or endurance;
3) A scheme or game of chance.
B) This section does not apply if the potential gain from
cheating is Three Hundred Dollars or more, or if the
offender has previously been convicted of any theft offense
or any gambling offense.
Section 549. 02 Carrying concealed weapons.
A) No person shall knowingly carry or have concealed on
his person or concealed ready at hand, any deadly weapon.
B) This section does not apply to officers, agents, or employees of this or any other state or the United States,
or to law enforcement officers, authorized to concealed carry weapons, and acting within the scope of their duties.
C) It is an affirmative defense to a charge under this
section of carrying or having control of a weapon that the
actor was not otherwise prohibited by law from having the
weapon, and that any of the following apply:
D) This
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1) The weapon was carried or kept ready at hand by
the actor for defensive purposes, while he was engaged in or was going to or from his lawful
business or occupation, which business or occupation was of such character or was
necessarily carried on in such manner or at
such a time or place as to render the actor
particularly suspectible to criminal attack, such
as would justify a prudent man in going armed. 2) The weapon was carried or kept ready at hand by
the actor for defensive purposes, while he was engaged in a lawful activity, and had reasonable
cause to fear a criminal attack upon himself or
a member of his family, or upon his home, such
as would justify a prudent man in going armed. 3) The weapon was carried or kept ready at hand by
the actor for any lawful purpose and while in his own home.
4) The weapon was being transported in a motor
vehicle for any lawful purpose, and was not
on the actor' s person, and, if the weapon was
a firearm, was carried in compliance with the
applicable requirements of Division (C) of
Section 2923. 16 of the Ohio Revised Code.
section shall not apply if:
The offender has been previously convicted of a violation of this section or of any offense of violence;
2) The weapon is a firearm which is either loaded
or for which the offender has ammunition readily at hand;
The weapon involved is a dangerous ordnance;
If the offense is committed aboard an aircraft,
or with purpose to carry a concealed weapon aboard an aircraft.
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5) The deadly weapon is a firearm, as defined in
Section 2923. 11 of The Ohio Revised Code, which
was used or was on or about the person or under
the control of a person in the commission of a
felony' for which the Ohio Revised Code requires a
term of actual incarceration of three years and
an indefinite term of imprisonment pursuant to
Section 2929. 71(B) of The Ohio Revised Code.
E) Whoever violates this section is guilty of carrying
concealed weapons, a misdemeanor of the first degree.
Section 549. 12 Discharging weapons.
A) No person shall discharge, or cause to be discharged,
any firearm, or airgun or other instrument used to explode
any cartridge or thing filled with any explosive substance
or material.
B) This section shall not be construed to include toy
pistols, toy canes, toy guns, or other devices in which
paper caps containing twenty-five hundredths grains·
or less of explosive compound are used, providing they are
so constructed that the hand cannot come in contact with
the cap when in place for the explosion, and toy pistol
paper caps which contain less than twenty hundredths grains
of explosive mixture, the sale and use of which shall be
permitted at all times.
C) This section shall not apply to a law enforcement
officer in the lawful performance of his duties; or when the
offender discharges the weapon when acting in self-defense
of himself or another person which is justified under state
law, which the offender must show by a preponderance of
the evidence or the firearm which is discharged was used or
was on or about the person or under the control of a person in the commission of a felony for which the Ohio Revised
Code requires a term of actual incarceration of three and years an indefinite term of imprisonment pursuant to Section
2929. 71( B) of the Ohio Revised Code.
D) Whoever violates this section is guilty of discharging
weapons, a misdemeanor of the third degree.
E) Strict liability is intended to be imposed for violation
of this section, except as stated in Paragraph C.
SECTION 2. That existing Sections 545. 05, 545. 09, 545. 10, 545. 18,
517. 05, 549. 02 and 549. 12 of the Codified Ordinances of The Village of Granville be and are hereby repealed.
SECTION 3. That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the residents of The Village of Granville in that the Village
Ordinances should be brought into compliance with State law and shall take effect immediately upon passage.
Passed this £ day of 1983. 451144- 25
ATTEST:
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APPROVED AS TO FORM:
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LAW DIRECTOR

Ordinance 12-1983

ORDINANCE NO. 12-83
By: 1( Lauu>
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 40-82
AND APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
AND OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to 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 hereinafter
indicted;
NOW, THEREFOR
that:
Section I:
Section II:
Account No.
Al-6-D250
Al-4-F250
Al-6-8230
Section III:
Account No.
F2-I-Al-250
Section IV:
E, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO
The annual budget of the Village of Granville,
as established by Ordinance No. 40-82, be amended
to provide for expenditures to supplement previously
made appropriations.
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 Title
Storm Sewer and Drains
Community Services
Street Maintenance and Repair
Add
1,400
232
3,600
To provide for capital expenditures during the
the fiscal year ending 31, December 1983, the
following appropriations are hereby made in the
Equipment Capital Improvement Reserve Fund:
Account Title
Radios
Add
810
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
Passed this 26j.3-)day of
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tTErk of Countil
Approved as to form:
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Law Director

Ordinance 11-1983

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AN ORDINANCE LEVYING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE
IMPROVEMENT OF WILDWOOD DRIVE BETWEEN CERTAIN TERMINI
BY GRADING, CONSTRUCTING A NEW BASE AND DRAINAGE
DITCHES, PAVING WITH ASPHALT, TOGETHER WITH NECESSARY
APPURTENANCES THERETO AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, THAT:
Section I. The revised assessments for the cost and expense 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 Resolution No.
812-8, adopted October 7, 1981, amounting in the aggregate to 79,985.72, which were filed with the Clerk of Council on the
16th day of March, 1983, and are now on file in such office, be and the same are hereby adopted and confirmed and such revised
assessments are hereby levied and assessed upon the lots and lands benefitted and to be charged therewith as set forth in
Section 6 of said resolution in the respective amounts set forth
in the schedule of revised assessments, which assessments are in proportion to the special benefits and are not in excess of any statutory limitation.
Section II. This Council hereby finds and determines that the revised
assessments as now on file in the office of the Clerk of Council
are in the same proportion to the estimated assessments as originally filed as the actual cost of the above described
improvement is to be the estimated cost of the improvement as originally filed.
Section III. The assessment against each lot or parcel of land shall be payable in cash within thirty (30) days after the passage of this ordinance or at the option of the owner in ten (10) annual installments with interest at the same rate as shall be borne by the bonds to be issued in anticipation of the collection of the same. All cash payments shall be made to the Director of Finance of this Village and if the cash payment option is elected the amount of the assessment to be paid in cash shall be reduced by 3.615%of the amount as now shown on the schedule of revised assessments referred to in Section I of this ordinance. All assessments and installments thereof remaining unpaid at the expiration of said thirty (30) days shall be certified by the Clerk of Council to the County Auditor as provided by law to be placed on the tax duplicate and collected as other taxes are collected.
Section IV. The Clerk of Council shall cause a notice of the passage of this ordinance to be published once in a newspaper of general circulation in the Village and to continue on file in her office said revised assessments.
Section V. The Clerk of Council is hereby directed to deliver a certified dcaoypsy aofftethr is ordinance to the County Auditor within twenty 2( 0) its passage.
Section VI. 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 meeking of this Council, and that all deliberations of this Council and of any of its committees that resulted in such formal action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal requirements including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
ORDINANCE NO. 11-83
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Ordinance No. 11-83
Section VII. This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure
necessary for the immediate preservation of the public safety, health, peace, morals and welfare, and for the further reason that the prompt issuance of bonds is necessary to preserve the
credit of the Village by retiring the outstanding notes issued in anticipation thereof and therefore the levy of assessments provided for herein and the commencement of the cash payment
period should be effective at once, and provided this ordinance receives the affirmative vote of six 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: YYZU)6 / 1983
Attest: 471U7161.- k/iN
Clerk ofO Council
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Ordinance 10-1983

ORDINANCE NO.10 -83
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES
OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE ESTABLISHING WATER RATES
AND TO REPEAL EXISTING SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO:
Section I: That Sections 925. 17, 925. 18, and 925. 20 of the
Code of Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, are hereby amended as follows:
925. 17 Rates For Residential And Business Consumers.
The prices to be charged for water furnished by the Water Division to residential and business consumers situated in the Municipality, as of May 1, 1983, and
for each month thereafter are hereby fixed as follows:
a) If the total water used in any two (2) month period is no more than 400 cubic feet or 3000 gallons
or less, there shall be a charge of three dollars ten cents 3(.$10). and
b) If the total water used in any two (2) month period is more than 400 cubic feet or 3000 gallons, the charge for all water used, up to and including 10,000 cubic feet or 75,000 gallons shall be at the rate of
one dollar and thirty-eight cents 1(.$38) per 100 cubic feet or one dollar and eighty-five cents 1(.$85) per 1000 gallons or for any fractional part thereof.
c) For water used in excess of 10,000 cubic feet or 75,000 gallons per two (2) month period, the charge shall be at the rate of one dollar and thirty-five cents 1. 35) per 100 cubic feet or one dollar and eighty cents per 1000 gallons.
925. 18 Rates For Commercial Users.
The price to be charged for water furnished by the
Water Division to all users classified as commercial
commercial" shall be defined as use in excess of
100,000 cubic feet or 750,000 gallons per month,)
shall be at the rate of one dollar and thirty-five
cents 1(.$35) per 100 cubic feet or one dollar and
eighty cents 1(.$80) per 1000 gallons and shall be billed monthly.
925. 20 Bulk Water Charges.
a) Purpose. This section establishes rates to be charged for bulk water supplied on special requests for water to nonsubscribers for filling swimming
pools, or other uses not requiring regular tapping and regular service whether inside or outside of the Municipality.
b) Application and Approval
1) Request shall be made to the Superintendent of the Water Division and shall indicate the anticipated
amount of water that is desired and the time or times it will be required.
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Section IV:
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2) Permission to purchase water shall rest with the Water Division Superintendent. If in his
opinion the amount of water required cannot
be supplied without jeopardizing service to regular subscribers, the request shall be denied.
3) In the event a request for bulk water is
approved, the manner and time that water is
supplied shall be controlled by the Water
Division Superintendent who shall assure that
such water is supplied at a time and place
that it will cause the least draw on the municipal
water supply. He shall supervise the
sale to insure that proper computation of water use is effected.
c) Charges. A charge of three 3.30) dollars and thirty cents per 1,000 gallons of water shall be made.
The Water Division Superintendent shall transmit the
necessary billing information to the administrative and fiscal office at the completion of the sale and all purchases shall be billed promptly for such purchase.
That existing Sections 925.17, 925. 18, and 925. 20 of the Code of Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, are hereby repealed.
That the water rates herein set forth will be in effect on May 1, 1983.
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
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Clerk of C60ncil
Approved as to form:
day of Z:4-6 1983.
1i/*2*/ Mayor L./ 1
Law Director
Ordinance No. 10 -83
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Ordinance 09-1983

ORDINANCE NO.9-83
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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
A Sanitary Sewer Collapse On South Pearl Street, And The Need To
Excavate And Repair Said Sanitary Sewer.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the ptovisions 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, resident inspection of the Pearl Street Sanitary Sewer Construction has been deemed to be a necessity,
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I:
Section II:
Passed this 6 05
The sum of $15,000 ba and hereoy is appropriated
to Account E2-5-19-250 entitled "South Pearl
Street Sewer Resident Inspection". in the Waste
Water Capital Improvements Fund to provide for
Engineering Supervision of the South Pearl
Street Sanitary Sewer Construction
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Attest:
Clerk of C* Gncil
Approved as to form:
day of 62.6.26 1983
1Lf.0£4 Mayor
Law Director
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Ordinance 08-1983

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ORDINANCE NO. 8-83
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ARTICLE 4 OF ORDINANCE 16-76
OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE BY AMENDING THE DEFINITIONS
OF "FAMILY" AND "ROOMING HOUSE"A,ND BY ADDING DEFINITIONS
OF F'"AMILY MODEL HOME" AND D" EVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY,"
AND BY NUMBERING THE SUB-SECTIONS THEREOF;
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, THAT:
SECTION I: Article 4 of Ordinance 16-76 is hereby amended to read
as follows:
DEFINITIONS
Interpretation of Language: Unless the context otherwise
requires, the following definitions shall be used in the
interpretation and construction of the Ordinance. Words
used in the present tense shall include the future; the
singular number shall include the plural, and the plural
the singular; the word "used" shall include "arranged,
designed, constructed, altered, converted, rented, leased"
or "intended to be used,"and the word "shall" is mandatory and not directory.
Accessory Use or Structure: A use or structure subordinate
to the principal use of a building or to the principal use of land which is located on the same lots serving a pur- pose customarily incidental to the use of the principal
building or land use.
Agriculture: The use of land for agricultural purposes, including farming, dairying, pasturage, agriculture,
horticulture, floriculture, viticulture, and animal and poultry husbandry and the necessary accessory uses for packing, treating or storing the produce; provided, however,
that the operation of any such accessory uses shall be secondary to that of normal agricultural activities and provided further that the above uses shall not include the commercial feeding of garbage or offal to swine or other animals.
Alley or Lane: A public or private way not more than 30 feet wide affording only secondary means of access to abutting property.
Apartment: See Dwelling, Multi-Family.
Apartment House: See Dwelling, Multi-Family.
Automobile or Trailer Sales Area: An open area, other than a street, used for the display, sale or rental of new or used motor vehicles or trailers in operable condition and where no repair work is done, including farm implements, boats, motorcycles, bicycles, lawn mowers, etc.
Automobile Service Station or Filling Station: A building or other structure or a tract of land where gasoline, kerosene or any other motor fuel or lubricating oil or grease ofofrmooptoerrating motor vehicles is dispensed directly to users vehicles.
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Section I (cont.)
Automobile Wash or Automatic Car Wash: A building structure where mechanical or devices are employed for the
purpose of washing motor vehicles.
Automobile Services: The repair, rebuilding, or recondi- tioning of motor vehicles or parts thereof, including
collision service, painting and steam cleaning of vehicles
Basement: A story whose floor line is below grade at any entrance or exit and whose ceiling is not more than 5 feet above grade at any such entrance or exit.
Beginning of Construction: The excavation ando/r the incorporation of labor and material within the walls of the building or buildings.
Block: In describing the boundaries of a district the word thbelowcko"rrke f"ers to the legal description. In all other cases block" refers to the property abutting on one side of a street between two intersecting streets or a street and a railroad right-of-way or watercourse.
Board: The Board of Zoning and Building Appeals of the Village of Granville, Ohio.
Boarding or Lodging House: A dwelling or part thereof occupied by a single housekeeping unit where meals and lodging are provided for 3 or more persons for compensa- tion by previous arrangement, where no cooking or dining facilities are provided in individual rooms.
Building: Any structure having a roof supported by columns or walls, used or intended to be used for the shelter or enclosure of persons, animals or property. When such a structure is divided into separate parts by one or more unpierced walls extending from the ground up, each part is deemed a separate building, except as regards minimum sideyard requirements as hereinafter provided.
Building, Height of: The vertical distance from the bavueilrdaginegcontact with ground level at the front wall of the to the highest point of the roof.
Building Line: The frontyard setback; a line established by this Zoning Ordinance, generally parallel with and mtheeasluimreditspeorpf endicularly from the front lot line, defining a front yard in which no building or structure may be located except as may be provided by this ordinance Zoor ndinigstrict regulation, or as established by the Board of and Building Appeals
Business (Commerical) A concentration of a wide variety of offices and retail establishments located on or at the pinlatenr.section of arterial streets as specified by the master
oCfemtheeterhyu:manLand used or intended to be used for the burial dead and dedicated for cemetery purposes, including columbariums, crematories, mausoleums and mortuaries if operated in connection with, and within the boundaries of, such cemetery.,
LCiciktiynV/gillage: The municipal corporation of Granville, County, Ohio.
City Building Inspector: The Building Inspector of the Village of Granville who is also the Zoning Inspector for the purposes of this Ordinance.
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Section I (cont.)
Clinic: A place used for the care, diagnosis and
treatment of sick, ailing, infirm and injured persons
and those who are in' need of medical or surgical attention,
but who are not provided with board or room nor
kept overnight on the premises.
Conditional Use: A use which more intensely affects the
surrounding area in which it is located than permitted
uses in the same zoning district. A conditional use
permit shall be granted if upon review of the site plan
the Development Commission determines that all criteria
stated in Article 13 of this ordinance have been met.
Commission: The Development Commission of the Village of
Granville, Ohio.
Convalescent Home: A home designed for the care of
patients after they leave the hospital but before they released from observation and are treatment.
Council: The Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio
Court: An open unoccupied and unobstructed space, other
than a yard, on the same lot with a building or group of buildings.
Density: A unit of measurement; the number of dwellings units per acre of land.
a) Gross Density -The number of dwelling units per acre of land to be developed; that is, including that area in publicly dedicated land.
b) Net Density -The number of dwelling units per acre of land exclusive of that area in publicly dedicated land.
Developmental Disability: Developmental disability means
ea igdhitseaenbility that originated before the attainment of years of age and can be expected to continue
indefinitely, constitutes a substantial handicap to the
person' s ability to function normally in society, and is attributable to mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, or any other condition found to be closely related to mental retardation because such condi- tion results in similar impairment of general intellectual functioning or requires similar treatment and services.
District: All properties of the same use, height and area classification which adjoin or are continuous without intervening property or another classification and regard- less of any street, alley, easement or reserve that may intervene, shall constitute a "district".Separate districts include the Village District, the Community Service District, the Suburban Residential District, the Open Space District, the University District and the Planned Districts as indi- cated by the official zoning map. For detailed definition, see the statement of purpose of each respective district.
Dwelling Unit: Space, within a building, comprising living, dining, sleeping room or rooms, storage closets, as well as space and equipment for cooking, bathing, and toilet efamcplioliyteieess. , all us8{;by only one family and its household L
Dwelling, Single-Family: A building consisting of a single dwelling unit only, separated from other dwelling units by open space.
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Dwelling, Two-Family: A building consisting of two
dwelling units which may be either attached side by
side or one above the other, and each unit having either
a separate or combined entrance or entrances.
Dwelling, Multi-Family: A building consisting of three
or more dwelling units including condominiums with varying
arrangements of entrances and party walls. Multi-family
housing may include public housing and industrialized units.
Dwelling, Industrialized Unit: An assembly of materials
or products comprising all or part of a total structure
which, when constructed, is self-sufficient or substantially
self-sufficient and when installed, constitutes a dwelling
unit, except for necessary preparations for its placement.
Dwelling, Mobile Home: A detached dwelling unit designed
to be transported on highways, and when arriving for placement at the site involving only minor and incidental unpacking, assembling, and connection operations, but which involves
no substantial reconstruction which would render the unit
unfit as a conveyance on the highway. The unit shall be
considered as real property if such reconstruction is undertaken.
Easement: An interest in land owned by anothe that entitles its holder to a specific limited use or enjoyment.
Essential Services: The erection, construction, alteration
or maintenance, by public utilities or municipal or other governmental agencies, of underground surface or overhead
gas, electrical, steam or water transmission or distribu- tion systems, collection, communication, supply or disposal systems, including poles, wires, mains, drains, sewers, pipes, conduits, cables, fire alarm boxes, police call boxes, traffic signals, hydrants, and other similar equipment and accessories in connection therewith, reasonably necessary for the furnishing of adequate service by such public utilities or municipal or other governmental agencies or for the public health or safety or general welfare, but not including buildings.
Family: One or more persons related by blood, adoption, marriage, guardianship or foster parent contract, living together as a single housekeeping unit, exclusive of house- hold servants. A number of persons not exceeding three exclusive of household servants living together as a single housekeeping unit but not related by blood, adoption, marriage, guardianship or foster parent contract shall be deemed to be a family. A number of persons with develop- mental disabilities not exceeding six, exclusive of not more than two houseparents and employees caring for the persons residing there with developmental disabilities, living together as a single housekeeping unit but not related by blood, adoption, marriage, guardianship or foster parent contract residing in a dwelling unit which mdeeeemtsedall specifications for a family model home shall be to be a family.
Family Model Home: A dwelling unit occupied as a home that provides room and board, personal care, habilitation services, and supervision in a family setting for not more than six persons with developmental disabilities, exclusive of not more than two houseparents and employees caring for the persons residing there with developinental disabilities, and Risetlaicrdeantsioend and regulated by the Ohio Department of Mental and Developmental Disabilities.
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Section I (cont.)
Flood Plain: That land, including the floodway
fringe and the floodway, subject to inundation by the
regional or "100 year" flood.
Flood: "Refer to Flood Plain Regulations"
Floodway Fringe: "Refer to Floor Plain Regulations".
Floodway: " Refer to Flood Plain Regulations".
Garage or Car Port, Private: A detached accessory building
or a portion of the principal building used by the of the occupants premises for the storage of self-propelled vehicles or trailers.
Garage, Public: A structure or portion thereof, other than
a private garage, used for the storage, sale, hire, care, repair or refinishing of self-propelled vehicles or trailers.
Home Occupation: Any home occupation conducted in a dwelling unit by a resident occupant. (Refer to Home Occupation Regulations).
Hospital: A place used for the care, diagnosis and treatment
of sick, ailing, infirm, or injured persons, and those who are in need of medical and surgical attention, but who
parreempisroevsi.ded with board or room or kept overnight on the
Hotel, Motel and Apartment Hotel: A building in which lodging or boarding and lodging are provided and offered to the public for compensation. As such it is open to the public in contradistinction to a boarding house, rooming house, lodging house, fraternity, sorcrity, or dormitory which is separately defined.
Industry: Storage, repair, manufacture, preparation or treatment of any article, substance or commodity.
Junk or Salvage Yard: A place where waste, discarded or salvaged materials are bought, sold, exchanged, baled, packed, disassembled or handled, including auto wrecking yards, house wrecking yards, used lumber yards and places or yards for storage of salvaged house wrecking and structural steel materials and equipment; but not including such places where such uses are conducted entirely within a completely enclosed building, and not including pawn shops and establish- ments for the sale, purchase or storage of used furniture and household equipment, used cars in operable condition, or salvaged materials incidental to manufacturing operations.
Kennel or Cattery: Any lot or premises on which four (4) or more domesticated animals more than four (4) months of atrgaeinaerde either commercially housed, groomed, bred, boarded, or sold.
Land Use Plan: The long-range plan for the desirable use of land in the Village of Granville as officially adopted and as amended from time to time by the Village Development Commission; the purpose of such plan being, among other things, to serve as a guide in the zoning and progressive changes in the zoning of land to meet the changing needs, in the subdividing and use of undeveloped land, and in the acquisition of rights-of-way or sites for public purposes such as streets, parks, schools and public buildings.
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Section I (cont.)
Light Industrial: Industrial activities which are
generally free of nuisance from noise, dust, smoke,
odor, or vibration.
Planned Industrial: Coordination and integration of
industrial uses designed as separate elements of one specific site layout.
Loading Space: An off-street space or berth on the lot with same a building or contiguous to a group of buildings
for temporary parking of a commercial vehicle while
loading or unloading merchandise or materials.
Lot: A division of land separated from other divisions
for purposes of sale, lease or separate use, described
on a recorded subdivision plat, or by metes and bounds.
Lot, Corner: A lot located at the intersection of two or
more streets. A lot abutting on a curved street or streets shall be considered a corner lot if the side lot
lines to the foremost depth of the lot meet at an interior
angle of less than 135 degrees. Irrespective of building orientation, on a corner lot the setback for the front
yard for that use shall apply to all sides of a lot
having frontage on publicly-dedicated right-of-way.
Lot Coverage: The ratio of enclosed ground floor area of all buildings on a lot to the horizontally projected
area of the lot, expressed as a percentage.
Front, Lot Line: The lot line separating an interior lot from the street right-of-way upon which it abuts or the shortest lot line of a corner lot which abuts upon a street right-of-way. Unless the context clearly indicates
the contrary, it shall be construed as synonymous with street right-of-way.
Lot Measurement:
a) Lot Depth -The mean horizontal distance of a lot measured between the front and rear lot lines.
b) Lot Width -The width of a lot at the building setback line measured at right angles to its depth.
Lot, Minimum Area Of: Shall be the area of a lot computed ethxocrlouusgivhefaoref.any portion of the right-of-way of any public
Lot of Record: A lot which is part of the original Village Plat or a subdivision recorded in the office of the county recorder, or a lot or parcel described by metes and bounds, the description of which has been so recorded.
Lot Line, Rear: That lot line which is opposite and furthest removed from the front lot line. In such a lot where the side lot lines meet to the rear of the lot, or where the
rear lot line is less than ten (10) feet, the minimum rear yard shall be computed from the point of intersection of the side lot lines on an imaginary line that it at equal angles from each side lot line. In the case of a corner lot, the rear lot line is opposite and most further removed from the front lot line of least dimension.
Manufacturing: See Industrial.
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Section I (cont.)
Mineral: Any material quarried, mined or otherwise
extracted from the earth which is intended to be used
as a commercial product.
Mobile Home: See Dwelling, Mobile Home.
Mobile Home Park: Any site, or tract of land under single
ownership, upon which two or more mobile homes used for
habitation are parked, either free of charge or for revenue
purposes; including any roadway, building, structure,
vehicle, or enclosure used or intended for use as a part
of the facilities of such park.
Non-Conforming Use: The use of land or a building, or portion a thereof, which does not conform with the use regulations
of the district in which it is situated (see Section
1 of Non-Conforming Uses.)
Nursery (Plant Material): A space including accessory
buildings or structures for the growing or storage of live
trees, shrubs, or plant materials which may be offered
for retail sale on the premises, including products used
for gardening or landscaping.
Nursery (Day Care Center):A facility which temporarily
assumes responsibility for children in their parent' s absence.
Nursing Home: To include convalescent and extended care facilities, an establishment which specializes in providing
necessary services to those unable to be responsible for themselves.
Open Space: That part of a zoning lot, including courts
or yards, which is open and unobstructed from its lowest
level to the sky, accessible to all tenants upon the
zoning lot. Open space shall also mean unique, natural
scenic land areas and land areas that are characterized by
a rurual quality having an absence of development or as defined by surrounding development.
Parking Area, Private: An open area for the same uses as private garage.
Parking Area, Public: An open area, other than a street
or other public way, used for the parking of automobiles
and available to the public whether for a fee, free or as
an accommodation for clients or customers.
Parking Space: A permanently surfaced area not less than 200 square feet, either within a structure or in the open, exclusive of driveways or access drives, for the parking of one motor vehicle.
Permitted Use: A class of specific uses of land ando/r structures which is allowed by right within a designed zoning district, given conformance to site development and other criteria as specified within this Ordinance.
Recreational Vehicles Sales Area: See Automobile Sales Area.
Research Activities: Research, development and testing related to such fields as chemical, pharmaceutical, medical, electrical, transportation, and engineering. All research testing and development shall be carried on within entirely enclosed buildings, and no noise, smoke, glare, vibration, or odor shall be detected outside of said building.
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Section I (cont.)
Rooming House: A dwelling occupied by an owner
and three or more rent-paying persons, by a duly
authorized agent of an owner and three or more rentpaying
persons, or by four or more persons unrelated by
blood, adoption, marriage, guardianship or foster parent
contract. A family model home as defined in this ordinance
shall not be deemed to be a rooming house.
School, Elementary and High: An institution of learning
which offers instructions in the several branches of
learning and study required to be taught in the schools
by the applicable laws of the State of Ohio. High schools
include junior and senior grades.
Sign: Any device designated to inform or attract the
attention of persons not on the premises on which such
device is located. (See "Sign Regulations" herein contained).
Stable, Commercial: A stable for horses, donkeys, mules
or ponies which are let, hired, used or boarded on a commercial
basis and for compensation.
Stable, Private: An accessory building for the keeping of
horses, donkeys, mules, or ponies owned by the occupant
of the premises and not kept for remuneration, hire or sale.
Standard, Performance: A criterion established in the
interest of protecting the public health and safety for the
control of noise, odor, smoke, noxious gases and other
objectionable or dangerous elements generated by and
inherent in or incidental to land use.
Story: That portion of a building, included between the
surface of any floor and the surface of the floor next
above it, or, if there be no floor above it, then the between the floor space and the ceiling next above it.
Street/ Thoroughfare: A public or private way for the
purposes of vehicular travel, including the entire area within the right-of-way.
Structure: Anything constructed, the use of which requires
permanent location on the ground, or attachment to something having a permanent location on the ground.
Structural Alteration: Any change in the structural members of a building, such as walls, columns, beams or girders.
Yard: A required open space other than a court unoccupied and unobstructed by any structure or portion of a structure from three (3) feet above the general ground level of the graded lot upward; provided, accessories, ornaments and furniture may be permitted in any yard, subject to height
limitations and requirements limiting obstruction of visibi- lity.
1. Yard, Front: A yard extending between side lot lines
across the front of a lot and from the front lot line
to the front of the principal building.
2. Yard, Rear: A yard extending between side lot lines across the rear of a lot and from the rear lot line
to the rear of the principal building.
3. Yard, Side: A yard extending from the principal build- ing to the side lot line on both sides of the principal building between the lines establishing the front and rear yards.
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Section
Section II.
Section III.
Section IV.
Passed this
Attest:
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Zoning Inspector: The Zoning or Building Inspector
of the Village of Granville, or his authorized
representative.
Zoning Map: The Zoning Map of the Village of Granville,
together with all amendments subsequently adopted.
Zoning Certificate: A document issued by the Village
Manager authorizing buildings, structures or uses consi·stent with the terms of this Ordinance and for the
purpose of carrying out and enforcing its provision.
Existing Article 4 of Ordinance 16-76 is hereby repealed.
It is found and determined that all formal actions of
this Council concerning and relating to the adoption of
this ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of this
Council, and that all deliberations of this Council and of any of its committees that resulted in such formal
action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance
with all legal requirements including Granville Section 2.09 of the Village Charter.
This ordinance shall be effective from and after the
earliest date allowed by law.
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Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of 1/ 1*6
M ke. Mayor
1983

Ordinance 07-1983

ORDINANCE NO. 7-83
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES
OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE ESTABLISHING WATER REGULATIONS
AND CHARGES AND TO REPEAL EXISTING SECTIONS OF THE CODE
OF ODINANCES.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OR GRANVILLE, OHIO:
Section I: That existing Section 925.05 (f) of the Code of Ordinances
of Granville, Ohio, is hereby repealed.
Section II: That existing Section 925. 13 (g) of the Code of Ordinances
of Granville, Ohio, is hereby repealed.
Section III: That Section 925. 13 (g) of the Code of Ordinances of
Granville, Ohio, is hereby adopted as follows:
925.13 Service Charges Outside Municipality.
b) The provisions of Ohio R. C. 743. 14, "Supervision of
Territory Having Water Service Outside Municipal Corporation,"
shall apply to this chapter. Any firm, person, corporation or premises, presently connected with the City
water supply shall comply with the requirements and visions of all pro- pertinent municipal ordinances and departmental rules and regulations.
Section IV: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from
and after the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
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Approved as to form:
Law Director
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MayorCJ {

Ordinance 06-1983

ORDINANCE NO. 6-83
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES
OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE AND TO REPEAL EXISTING SECTIONS
OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO:
Section I: That existing Section 923.01 (c) of the Code of Ordinances
of Granville, Ohio, is hereby repealed.
Section II:
Section III:
Section IV:
Passed this
That existing Section 923.03 (c) of the Code of Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, is hereby repealed.
That Section 923.03 (c) of the Code of Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, is hereby adopted as follows:
923.03 Charge For Trunk Storm and Sanitary Sewers.
c) All persons owning land who desire municipal to connect- to the sanitary sewage system or storm sewer system shall, before making such connection, pay such charge, at the rate of five hundred dollars 5(0$0.00) per acre for the entire tract
or parcel of land upon which such building or improvement is located, provided that such land is or will be tributary, directly or indirectly, to any trunk storm or sanitary sewer built by the Municipality. Such charge shall be reduced by
any amount paid as a special assessment for trunk storm or sanitary sewer benefit by the present owner or any previous
owner of such tract or parcel of land. If such tract or parcel of land is part of a larger tract upon which such an assessment has been paid, the amount of the reduction shall be the pro rata portion of such assessment amount on an acreage basis.
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
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Approved as to form
day of 9646A .# r
C MayorV
1983.
Law Director
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Ordinance 05-1983

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ORDINANCE NO. 5-84
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES
OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE ESTABLISHING PERSONNEL
PRACTICES AND TO REPEAL EXISTING SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF
ORDINANCES.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO:
Section I: That Sections 145. 01 through 145. 27 of the Code of Ordinances
of Granville, Ohio, are hereby amended as follows:
145. 01 INTENT AND PURPOSE.
It is the intent and purpose of this chapter to define and
establish a merit system and a code of personnel policies and procedures.
145. 02 DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL.
The Director of Finance shall be responsible for and
accountable to the Manager for administration and implementation
of personnel functions for all departments of the Municipality.
He shall perform the following duties:
a) Conduct recruitment of qualified persons;
b) Maintain a personnel file for each employee and keep
all personnel information and records necessary for
proper administration of personnel policy; and
c) Administer the regulations, policies and procedures
set forth in the personnel policy.
145. 03 RESPONSIBILITY: SCOPE.
a) The Director of Finance shall be responsible for
administering these regulations. Problems not specifically
covered by these regulations shall be resolved by the Director
of Finance using the provisions of this Code and the Charter
as a general guide.
b) All full-time and temporary employees, other than those
elected to office and those appointed to office by Council, shall
be governed by the regulations, policies and procedures herein included.
145. 04 APPOINTMENT OF EMPLOYEES; RATE OF PAY.
a) The Director of Finance shall appoint in the prescribed by the Charter and manner ordinances all officers and
employees of the Municipality, except those elected to office
or appointed by Council.
b) The Director of Finance may delegate the responsibility
for recruitment, testing, interviewing and all similar activities to other employees or officers.
c) Generally, a new employee shall be paid the minimum
rate of pay for his class. Exceptions may be granted upon the written prior approval of the Manager in the following cases:
1) The minimum rate for each class is based upon a new employee meeting the minimum qualifications stated
in the class specifications.
2) A new employee shall enter a pay grade at Step A to which his job class is allocated. The Manager may appoint him to a higher pay grade if it is determined
that the employee has exceptional training, experience and qualifications.
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145. 05 BONDS.
The employee in the following positions shall be bonded
and the minimum amount of each bond shall be that shown
opposit the position:
Council members 1, 000 (each)
Tax Commissioner ' 10,000
Clerk of Court 1,000
Chief of Police 5,000
Police Patrolman 1, 500 (each)
Street Foreman 1, 000
Water/ Wastewater Superintendent 5,000
Director of Services &Utilities 1, 500
Finance Director 50,000
Manager 50,000
145. 06 EMPLOYMENT STATUS DETERMINATION.
The responsible administrative, officer of the employing
unit shall determine, subject to the approval of the Director
of Finance, the employee status for each employee. The employment
status shall be one of the following:
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a) A full-time employee shall be one who works thirty-fiveor
more hours per week and whose employment is permanent in nature.
b) A part-time employee shall be one who works less than
thirty-five hours a week and whose employment is
permanent in nature.
c) A temporary employee shall be one who may work either
more or less than thirty-five hours a week, but who
is hired for a limited period of time, less than one
year in duration.
d) Part-time and temporary employees shall not be entitled
to the benefits of Section 145. 09 through 145. 16 and
145. 23.
145. 07 ADVANCEMENTS IN PAY AND PROMOTIONS.
a) An advancement in pay shall be considered as an increase
from one pay step to another within a pay grade.
b) A promotion shall be considered as an advancement from
one classification to a higher one with a change in class title.
c) An employee entering the service shall be considered a probationary employee for a period of six months, during which
time an evaluation of his work performance shall be made and the
employee shall either be dismissed, have his probationary period
extended for an additional six months, transferred to another
classification or considered a permanent employee in the job in
the classification to which he is assigned. A probationary period
may only be extended for an additional six months if the Department
Head and Manager agree after a conference with the employee. A
probationary employee shall accrue sick leave and vacation leave.
Sick leave may be used during the probationary period.
d) After the initial six month period of satisfactory
service referred to in subsection (c) hereof, an employee may be
eligible for advancement in pay to the next pay step in the grade to which his job is assigned. Subsequent pay advancements in
pay shall be considered as the employee reaches the seniority in- crement specified by the current pay resolution and amendment
thereto. No advancement in pay shall be granted unless the Manager and the Department Head concur that such advancement is warranted by meritorious performance.
e) When an employee is promoted to a position in a higher grade his salary shall be increased to the minimum rate for the higher grade. In the case of overlapping ranges, the promoted employee shall be increased to the step immediately above his present salary.
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There shall be no immediate change in the salary rate
of an employeejwho is transferred unless his salary is below
the approved minimum of the new position. If an employee is
transferred toa position in a class having a higher salary
range than the class from which he was transferred, such
change, shall be deemed a promotion and the provisions governing
promotions shall apply.
An employee being promoted to a higher position or transferred
to another position shall be classified as a probationary
employee in that position for a period of six months. If the
employee does not perform satisfactorily during the six month
probationary period he shall be returned to his previous
position and his seniority in that position shall be maintained.
f) The anniversary date to be used in determining an employee' s eligibility for advancement shall be the effective
date of his appointment to the job class and pay grade rather
than the date of employment with the Municipality.
g) All promotions of employees shall be made according to
merit and fitness, to be ascertained, as far as practicable, by
competitive examination. The practically of competitive examinations
shall be determined by the Director of Finance in consultation
with the Department Head of the department where exists. the vacancy
h) The form of examination may include written, oral
experience and physical fitness types. The precise form of the
examination shall be approved by the Director of Finance.
145. 08 PAY PERIOD; NUMBER OF HOURS WORKED.
All Municipal employees subject to the provisions of this
chapter shall be paid on a bi-weekly period.
145. 09 OVERTIME PAY.
a) Overtime pay may be authorized only by the Manager,
except in case of actual emergency in which case the Department
Head may authorize overtime work.
b) In the case of salaried employees where a rate of pay has been established for the position, no additional compensation
shall be paid for overtime except in the case of extraordinanry
emergency, as determined by the Manager. A Department Head, subject
to the approval of the Manager, may grant compensatory time
off for overtime work at a rate of one and one-half hours for
each hour of overtime worked.
c) Overtime pay for hourly employees shall be at the rate of
one and one-half times the standard pay rate of that employee.
Overtime pay rates are applicable only to those hours worked in
excess of eight (8) hours in any one day or in excess of a regular work week as established by Resolution of Council
d) An employee called back to work for overtime shall be
entitled to a minimum two hours overtime, regardless of actual time worked. If the time worked exceeds two hours, the actual time
worked shall be compensated at the overtime rate.
e) An employee required to work on the sixth day of his
assigned work week shall be compensated at one and one-half his
straight time rate. An employee required to work on the seventh
day of his assigned work week shall be compensated at double his
straight time rate. Compensatory time off may be allowed in lieu of pay compensation at the same rate as pay compensation for the sixth and seventh days of the assigned work week.
f) Employees of all departments who are required to work on a holiday shall be compensated at double their straight time pay. Compensatory time off may be allowed in lieu of holiday compensa- tion at the rate of two hours off for each hour of holiday work.
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145. 10 SICK LEAVE.
a) All full-time employees shall accrue sick leave at the
rate of 1-1/4 working days per month.
1) Sick leave may be accumulated without limit.
2) When used, sick leave shall be deducted from the comulative total on an hour-for-hour basis.
3) Employees may use sick leave for absence due to
personal illness, pregnancy, injury, exposure to contagious disease which could be communicated to
other employees, and to illness or injury in the
employee' s immediate family. Immediate family is
defined for sick leave as spouse, child, mother,
father househooldr .other relative residing in the employee' s
4) Employees may be required to furnish proof of illness
by furnishing a doctor' s statement or other satisfactory
written, signed statement.
5) Absence due to sickness in the immediate family,
requiring the continuing presence of the employee at home or to make arrangements for hospitalization or other care shall not exceed three consecutive workdays.
Additional absences for this purpose must be approved by the Manager.
6) Excessive or repeated use of sick leave may be cause for disciplinary action or dismissal for health reasons. 7) Employees unable to report to work for any of the
reasons listed above must report their anticipated
absence to their supervisor before the expiration of the first half hour of the start of their shift on the
first day of absence and each succeeding day of absence unless other arrangements are authorized.
Upon reporting, employees shall give the phone and address of the place of convalescence.
8) Employees are expected to use the paid sick leave time for recuperation from illness. While on paid sick leave, employees are not authorized to work at other
jobs without the written permission of the Manager. 9) Failure to comply with any of the above may result in denial of sick leave pay and/ or disciplinary action.
b) Upon retirement or termination after two years of employment
employees may convert unused accrued sick leave to a lump sum monetary payment on the following conditions:
1) Payment will be on the basis of one day' s pay for each three days of accrued sick leave.
2) Payment will be at the hourly rate in effect at the time of retirement or termination.
3) Only that sick leave which is accrued while employed by the Village of Granville shall be used in determining the amount of accrued sick leave eligible for conversion. 4) Employees terminated for cause or who fail to give two weeks written notice of intent to terminate are not eligible for the sick leave conversion benefit.
5) After an employee has accumulated sixty (60) days of sick leave credit, additional unused sick leave earned thereafter may be converted to vacation leave credit on the basis of one day' s vacation for each five (5) days of accrued sick leave.
145. 11 INJURY LEAVE.
and acatin) gFull-time employees who sustain injuries while on duty to thirty n(on-negligently in the line of duty shall be entitled following co3n)diwtioornksin:g days injury leave with pay subject to the
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1) The accident is immediately reported to a supervisor.
2) Certification of need is established by a physician acceptable to the Village.
3) Verification by the Department Head and approval by
the Manager concerning "on the job" aspects of the
injury are recorded.
4) An accident report form is prepared and filed in the employee' s personnel file.
145. 12 VACATION LEAVE.
a) Employees shall earn vacation on the following schedule:
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1) After 1 year' s employment -2 weeks paid vacation.
2) After 8 year' s employment -3 weeks paid vacation.
3) After 15 year' s employment -4 weeks paid vacation.
b) Recognized holidays count which fall during a vacation shall not as vacation days.
calendcar) A maximum of 15 days vacation may be carried over from one year to the next with written permission of the Manager. Upon retirement or separation an employee shall be compensated for accrued unused vacation leave.
calendadr) After having taken at least two weeks vacation in a year, employees may receive monetary payment in lieu of days off for up to 2 weeks pay.
e) Vacation requests shall be made in writing at least two weeks before the start of such proposed vacation. Vacations shall be scheduled subject to the manning requirements of the Village but shall not be unreasonably denied.
f) Vacation shall accrue on a pro-ratio basis after one (1) full year of employment with the Village.
weeks g) Employees terminated for cause or who fail to give two written notice of intent to terminate shall forfeit all accrued vacation.
h) Vacation leave must be taken in minimum increments of one-half day.
145. 13 JURY OR WITNESS DUTY.
a) Each full-time employee who is called and reports for jury or witness duty shall be excused for any regularly scheduled wduortky. days for Municipal, County, State of Federal witness or jury
b) Each employee so excused shall be compensated at his straight time rate less jury or witenss duty pay, excluding any overtime the employee would have been scheduled to work for the Municipality and does not work. Any moneys received for travel Pexapye.nse shall not be deducted from the employee' s straight time
than c) If jury or witness service is for a period of time less the employee' s regularly scheduled work day, he shall only be excused for that portion of the day required for such service, plus reasonable time for travel and changing clothes.
d) Each employee shall be entitled to the benefits herein otonlyhisif he gives prior notice of such jury duty or witness duty immediate supervisor.
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145. 14 MEMBERS OF RESERVE AND NATIONAL GUARD UNITS CALLED
TO ACTIVE DUTY.
Village employees who are members of the Ohio National Guard
or a reserve component of the Armedforces of the United States
shall be entitled to leave of absence from their duties for such
time as they are in military service or field training or active
duty for periods not to exceed 31 days in any calendar If year. a Village employee' s military pay during such period of leave of absence is less than his regular Village rate of pay would have been for such period, he shall be paid the difference
between the Villaae pay and the military pay for such period, provided the appropriate records are furnished to the Village
Finance Director to make the proper compensation. The employee' s military pay for purposes of this section shall not be considered
to include travel, food or housing allowance.
145. 15 LEAVE WITHOUT PAY; TRAINING LEAVE.
The Manager may grant leave without pay for a period not to exceed ninety days for an employee for urgent personal matters,
or for other reasons. The Manager may grant leave with pay for an eSmeprvloicyeee. to take authorized training or education for the Municipal
145. 16 HOLIDAYS.
a) All employees in the Municipal Service shall be entitled to the following holidays with pay: New Year' s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President' s Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Whenever a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the holiday shall be taken on Friday or Monday respectively.
b) Employees required to work on t-he actual hol iday desig- nated or on a Friday or Monday either preceding or following an actual holiday, if such Friday or Monday is celebrated as a Municipal Holiday, shall be entitled to overtime pay provisions. The Manager may designate one-half a working day immediately pre- ceding Christmas as a paid holiday.
145. 17 POLICE CALLED TO TESTIFY.
Police Officers who are required to attend a court session while not on regular duty shall be entitled to two hours pay at their normal rate for the actual hours spent in court.
145. 18 TRAVEL ALLOWANCE.
Municipal employees who use a personal automobile for municipal uInsetersnhaalll be reimbursed for such use at the rate set annually by the Revenue Service as tax deductible mileage rate.
145. 19 PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS.
The Municipality shall have the right to require a physical examination of all new employees, and to require periodic physical examinations of all employees. All required physical examinations shall be at the expense of the Municipality.
145. 20 GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE.
Whenever any employee of the Municipality feels aggrieved by ahenysahcatlilon of his supervisor in the administration of discipline, present a written statement of his grievance to the immediate superior of the supervisor. If such grievance is not resolved to the satisfaction of the appellant by the superior so bayddtrheesseMdanwagitehri.n a period of thirty days, he may request a review
ing If the appellant is still dissatisfied, he may request a hear- before a Personnel Appeals Board.
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The Manager shall report to Council each request for a hearing
filed under the provisions of the Charter and this chapter
together with an ordinance to establish a Personnel Appeals Board
to hold the hearing. Such ordinance shall be passed as an
emergency ordinance and the members of the Board shall be named
in the ordinance. The Board shall consist of three disinterested
members whose duty it shall be to hear the appeal and make a report
and recommendation to Council which shall have final authority to
take action thereon. The Manager shall see that the decision of
Council is carried out. A probationary, part-time or temporary
employee, shall not be entitled to any appeal or review otherwise
provided for full-time or permanent employees under these regulations.
All grievance hearings shall be confidential in nature.
a)
actions:
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145. 21 DISCIPLINE AND DISCHARGE PROCEDURES.
The Municipality recognizes the following disciplinary
1) Oral reprimand. An oral reprimand shall be given
in a manner that will not embarrass the employee
before other employees or the public.
2) Written reprimand. A written reprimand shall be
prepared by the Department Head or supervisor and
signed by him. The written reprimand shall be
made in triplicate; the original shall go to the
employee, one copy shall be sent to the Manager and
the Department Head or supervisor shall retain one
copy.
3) Suspension. In a case where the Municipality feels
that there is just cause for suspension, the Manager
may suspend an employee for up to five days without
pay. The employee shall be given notice in writing
of the suspension and the grounds for same.
4) Dismissal. In a case where the Municipality feels
that there is just cause for dismissal, the Manager
may order the employee dismissed. The employee
shall be given notice in writing of the dismissal
and the grounds for same. This notice shall be
signed by the Department Head and the Manager.
The employee, upon receiving written notice of suspension,
or dismissal may within three work days file with the Manager a
written request for a hearing by the Personnel Appeals Board which
may sustain, alter, amend or reverse such action.
b) Grounds for disciplinary action shall include, but not be
limited to the following employee offenses:
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9)
Discourtesy to the public.
Discourtesy to fellow employees.
Refusal to obey order of proper authority.
Reporting for duty or work under the influence of
alcohol or drugs.
Becoming intoxicated while on duty.
Becoming intoxicated on municipal property.
Being habitually tardy or absent.
Falsification of any records or employment data.
Leaving one' s post without notifying immediate supervisor.
The illegal destruction or removal of private or
municipal property.
Failure to report accidents, personal injury or the
incurrence of infectious disease.
Giving, taking or accepting a bribe.
Conviction of a crime of moral turpitude.
Failure to take proper care of; abuse of municipal
property.
15) Violation of departmental rules.
16) Failure to discharge the duties of his employment.
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145. 22 INSURANCE COVERAGE.
Employees of the Municipality shall be eligible for life,
accidental death and dismemberment, major medical hospitalization expense, and medical insurance coverages as are provided
by Council from time to time, upon such terms, conditions and
requirements, and in such amounts as Council authorizes.
The insurance coverages set forth in this section may be
modified or terminated by Council at any time. Employees shall
be given a thirty day notice of termination of insurance
coverages.
145. 23 ADDITIONAL RULES AND REGULATIONS.
The Manager is hereby authorized to promulgate such additional
regulations, policies and rules as he may deem necessary to implement the policies herein expressed.
145. 24 VARIANCES.
The Manager shall have the power to vary or modify the strict application of these rules in any case where such strict applica- tion would result in practical difficulties or unreasonable hard- ship.
That portion of any existing rule or regulation which is in- consistent or in conflict with this code of regulations is null and void.
145. 25 DISCRIMINATION.
There shall be no discrimination against any municipal employee because of color, creed, race, religion, sex or place of national origin.
145. 26 MALE GENDER TO INCLUDE FEMALE GENDER.
All references to employees herein shall include both sexes, and whenever male gender is used it shall be construed to include both male and female employees.
145. 27 CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION PLAN.
additiTohne Coflassificatin Plan shall be kept up to date by the new classes on the abolition, consolidation,
division or amendment of existing classes by recommendation of the Director of Finance, and the Manager, and approval of Council by resolution. The Compensation Plan may be similarly amended either through adjustment of rates or by reassignment of classes of positions to differedt pay ranges, on recommendations by the CDoiruencctoil.r of Finance and Manager and approval by resolution of
II: That existing Sections 145.01 through 145. 27 of the Code of Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, are hereby repealed.
Section III: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this 2lst
Attest:
C- 1-el"kof Counc i 1
Approved as to form:
day of March 1984.
Vice Mayor
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Ordinance 04-1983

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BY: 9(Ott
AN ORDINANCE TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
IN THE SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITIES GRANT FUND.
WHEREAS, the Village of Granville has been awarded water Treatment Facilities Grant in the a Step II/II USEPA Waste- amount of $2,485,125, and;
WHEREAS, the Grant includes monies for the design and construction of such facilities;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio:
Section I: The sum of $2815„00, be and hereby is appropriated
to Account No. D2-D-5-E250, in the Sewage Treatment
Facilities Grant Fund, to provide for capital expenditures.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect upon passage.
Passed this
Atte&t:
fkouuy-l»A--Uf** Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of
Mayok_/
1983.
ORDINANCE NO. 4-83

Ordinance 03-1983

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BY: Miller
ORDINANCE NO. 3-83
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 25- APPROPRIATE 81 AND FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES IN THE WASTE WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. -
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1982 And To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations Arising From The Reconstruction Of The Pearl Street Sewer.
WHEREAS, Pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the fVoirllatghee' Cfisocunacl il is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget year beginning January 1, 1982 and ending December 31, 1982, and;
WHEREAS, Such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year h19e8r2eabfutet r did not include provisions for expenditures for sums indicated, and;
WHEREAS, The Pearl Street Sanitary Sewer Construction has been deemed to be a necessity, and;
WHEREAS, The Village of Granville borrowed the sum of $76, 000 for a period of one year as a Bond Anticipation Note on December 27, 1981, at an annual interest rate of 8. 95%from Park National Bank as set forth in Ordinance No. 26-81,
NOW, THEREFORE, be
that:
Section
Section
Passed this
II:
it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio,
I: The sum of $82, 801. 99 be and hereby is appropriated to Account E2-5-18-250, entitled "South Pearl Street Sewer
Construction",in the Waste Water
Capital Improvements Fund to provide for Construction of the South Pearl
Street Sanitary Sewer.
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This ordinance is hereby declared tobe
an emergency measure. Necessary for the preservation of the public health,
safety, and welfare and therefore shall take effect immediately upon passage.
Attest:
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C1Qilith4,cLerk of pC- ountil
Approved as to form:
day of January
Ma jile-:,/
1983.
Law Director

Ordinance 02-1983

ORDINANCE NUMBER 2-83
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BY: Avery
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A REQUEST TO THE OHIO
BOARD OF BUILDING STANDARDS TO CERTIFY THE
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE TO EXERCISE ENFORCEMENT
AUTHORITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OHIO BASIC
BUILDING CODE WITH THE CONDITION THAT THE NEWARK
CITY DIVISION OF CODE ADMINISTRATION PERFORM ALL
INSPECTIONS, AND AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT FOR
SUCH ENFORCEMENT BETWEEN THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,
AND THE CITY OF NEWARK, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Board of Building Standards of the State of Ohio has
formulated and adopted the Ohio Basic Building Code containing regulations
governing the erection, construction, repair, alteration, and
maintenance of all buildings or classes of buildings specified in
Section 3781. 06 of the Revised Code of Ohio; and
WHEREAS, the said Board of Building Standards has now certified the
Newark City Division of Code Administration to exercise enforcement
authority in accordance with the Ohio Basic Building Code,
July 10, 1981
23, 1981 and
effective
as set forth in said Board' s certification dated June
WHEREAS, it is necessary in accordance with law to administer and
enforce the Ohio Basic Building Code within the limits of the Village
of Granville; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary for the Village of Granville to request the
Ohio Board of Building Standards to certify the Village of Granville to
enforce the Ohio Basic Building Code with the condition that the Newark
City Division of Code Administration perform all inspections and exercise
the enforcement authority in accordance with the Ohio Basic Building
Code; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary that an agreement be entered into between the
Village of Granville and the City of Ne* ark for the enforcement of the
Ohio Basic Building Code and to perform all inspections and exercise
enforcement authority in accordance with the Ohio Basic Building Code
within the limits of said Village;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,
Licking County, Ohio, three-fourths of all members elected thereto
concurring, that:
Section
Section II
I: The Manager of the Village of Granville be and he is
hereby authorized and directed to sign and submit an
application to the Ohio Board of Building Standards
requesting said Board to certify the Village of Granville
to enforce the Ohio Basic Building Code with the condition
that the Newark City Division of Code Administration
perform all inspections and exercise enforcement authority
as necessary in accordance with the Ohio Basic Building
Code within the limits of said Village.
The Manager of the Village of Granville be and he is
hereby authorized and directed to enter into an agreement
with the City of Newark for the enforcement of the Ohio
Basic Building Code within the limits of said Village,
whereby the Newark City Division of Code Administration
will exercise all enforcement authority and accept and
approve plans and specifications and make inspections
necessary within said Village in accordance with the
provisions of the Ohio Basic Building Code pursuant to
rule 4101:2-1-03 of the Administrative Code, Plumbing", except Chapter 4101:2-51 of the Administrative Code plumbingL-icking County Board of Health)a, copy of which agreement is attached as Exhibit "A".
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Section III: The terms of the said agreement shall grant to the City
of Newark full authority to do all things necessary to
administer and enforce the Ohio Basic Building Code
within the limits of the Village of Granville and in
consideration therefor to allow the City of Newark to
retain all permit and inspection fees authorized by the
City of Newark for such purposes, and shall authorize in
addition the payment of an annual fee by the Village for
such services.
Section
Section
Passed this
Attest:
IV: The Village .of Granville further agrees to hold the City
of Newark harmless for all claims or causes of action of
every kind and nature arising from the acts of the City,
its agents, employees, and representatives in the
administration and enforcement of said Code.
V: This Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure, the immediate passage of which is necessary for
the public health, safety and welfare and for the further
reason that said Code must be enforced and administered
according to law and particularly pursuant to the
requirements of Chapter 3781 of the Revised Code of
Ohio; wherefore, this Ordinance shall take effect and be
in force immediately upon its passage.
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4rlsh-i41TVf1-1*1W- iou ) Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
9*4Z_
Law Director
day of January
Mafep'
1983.
APPLICATION FOA CERTIFICATION OF BUILDING DEPARTMENT
Application Is nerew,th submitted tor certificatic,n of building
department pursuant 10 Section.3781 10(A)and(E)of the Revised fcode and to the regulations for certification Board of Bwiding adopted by the Ohio Standards to accept and approve plans. and to
ehercisel,l„orcument authority In accordance with the Ohio Basic
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IS this application for certification per contract with another Certified Building Department?
The Following Documents Shall Be Submitted With This Application Please Indicate Enclosurefs)with X. 3
CERTIFICATION OF BUILDING DEPARTMENT ONLY
hd.theabove named building department has been established in conformity with law. (Signature of Legal Advisor)
Robert N. Drake Title Village Law Director Date
January 6, +983
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E M ICIPAL OFFICIALS, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, OR TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES
January 6, 1983
Til.Village Manager- Dam 2323 WEST FIFTH AVENUE - COLUMBUS, OHIO 43216
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Muni,pal,iy, Township, 0,Couely
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OrdinanceR/esolution Creating Building Department If no professional engineer or architect is directly employed by department -Enclose copy of agree- ment for services -And attach completed form B
OrdinanceR/esolution Adopting OBBC Attach form B for alternate professional engineer coor nafrlcichtitoefct to perform services should absence or interest arise.
f|OrdinanceR/esolution Requesting Certification CERTIFICATION OF BUILDING DEPARTMENT PER CONTRACT ONLY
F1-Department Organizational Chart OrdinanceR/esolution Creating Building Department
1 Inspection and Plan Examination Procedur OrdinanceR/esolution Adopting OBBC Form 8
For each employee in Department
i.1 .OrdinanceR/esolution Requesting Certification Form C
If Electrical nor performed by Department 1-- 1 OrdinanceR/esolution Authorizing Contract Form D
If Plumbing not performed by Department 6.1...Copy of Contract
Form E
If HVAC not performed by Department Form.A Supplement
To the bast of my knowledge and
Name
January 6, 1983
Title Mayor Date
Title Januarv 6. 1983
Councilmember Date
OARD OF BUILDING STANDARDS -P.O. 80*825
Granville
Designated Name :
Village of Granville
Address
118 S. Main St.,P. O. Box 514
CIty
State 24 1
Granville, Ohio 43023-0514
I.ty,
Licking. 11. p.,110'.
614) 587-0707
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Enter Appropriated Operating Budget $ 000.00 For Fiscal Year 1983
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Jurisdiction A,ea 3. 5 Population
Sq. Mi Last Census 3851 Current same January 5, 1983
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This agreement entered into at Newark, Ohio this 6 day of
3*o*« 19 83, by and between the City of Newark, Ohio (Newark) and the
Village of Granville, Ohio (Granville).
WHEREAS, Granville desires to enter into an agreement with
Newark whereby the Division of Code Administration of the City of Newark
Division) shall provide plan approvals and inspection services to Granville
with respect to buildings or other. structures whose construction within
Granville is subject to the Ohio Basic Building Code; and
WHEREAS, the authority to enter into this agreement is specifically
conferred by Section 715. 02 of the Ohio Revised Code;
NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto, for and in consideration of
the above recitals and the agreements contained herein do agree as follows:
1. Newark agrees to furnish through the Division plan approvals
and inspection services for all structural, electrical, heating, ventilation,
air conditioning, sprinkler systems, and all other work regulated by the
Ohio Basic Building Code except plumbing which shall be hereinafter undertaken
within the Village of Granville. The services to be provided by
the Division include, but are not limited to, receiving applications and
issuance of permits, plan approval, field inspection, collection of fees
and preparation and service of notices of violations when required.
2. For providing the inspection and other services referred to
above, Newark shall receive the following compensation:
a) F6r each unit inspected, applicant shall be charged inspection an ando/r plan approval fee equivalent to that as is currently
established by the Council of Newark in Ordinance Number 78-100 for
similar services within Newark. The fees charged as provided in this
paragraph shall be the property of Newark. In the event that Newark
should amend the fees as presently established by Ordinance Number 78-100
for inspection ando/r plan approval within the City of Newark, then the
Division shall be entitled to charge such amended fees for its services
provided in relation to work within the Village of Granville.
b) In addition to the preceding fees, Granville shall pay
an annual fee to Newark. For the year ending December 31st, 1983 the
annual fee shall be $1,000, prorated for the number of months in the
calendar year 1983 following the effective date of approval of this agreement by the Board of Building Standards of the State of Ohio. For
the year beginning January 1st, 1984, and for each year thereafter until
this agreement is terminated as provided below, the annual fee shall be
that fair equitable amount as negotiated by the duly authorized represent- atives of Newark and Granville.
3. Granville agrees that its Director of Law shall prosecute
or defend any and all legal actions which arise in the Village of Granville
as a result of action taken to obtain compliance with the Ohio Basic Building Code, or to defend against any suits or actions in which an wowitnher of property in the Village of Granville would seek to avoid compliance the Ohio Basic Building Code. The Division will give its full
cooperation in the prosecution or defense of any such action or suit.
4. This agreement shall continue in full force and effect until terminated by either palty hereto. This agreement shall become
111 operative and binding upon all parties hereto when it has been accepted by ordinances duly adopted by Newark and Granville, and when approved by the Board of Building Standards of the State of ohio.
5. This agreement shall automatically terminate if at any time hereafter Granville should lose its certification status with the Board of Building Standards, or if the Division should lose its certification status with the Board of Building Standards. This agreement may also be terminated by a duly adopted ordinance by either party stating that it elects to terminate the same, and such termination shall become effective daat tetheofesxupcihraotirodninaonfce90. days following written notice of the effective The annual fee provided for in paragraph 2. b) above shall be prorated to the date of any such termination.
AGREEMENT
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this agreement to
be executed by their duly authorized representatives on the day and year
first written above.
Approved as to form:
CITY OF NEWARK, OHIO
BY
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VILELO*F GRANVILLE, OHIO
Doug E. Plunkett, Ran- ager
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Director of Law, City of Newark, Ohio
Robert N. Drake, Law Director,
Village of Granville, Ohio
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Ordinance 01-1983

ORDINANCE NO. 1-83
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BY: Schnaidt
AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE
GRANVILLE BUILDING DEPARTMENT,
AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Village of Granville requires the establishment of local
enforcement of the Ohio Basic Building Code; and
WHEREAS, the Village proposed to enter into an agreement with the City
of Newark for enforcement of the Ohio Basic Building Code within the
Village of Granville by the Newark City Division of Code Administration;
and
WHEREAS, the State of Ohio requires the establishment of a Village
Building Department prior to the exercise of enforcement authority by
the Newark City Division of Code Administration;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville,
Ohio that:
Section
Section
- Section
Passed this
I: The Granville Building Department is hereby established.
II: Said Department shall· have full authority to enforce all
laws, statutes and regulations as provided and authorized
in the Ohio Revised Code and the Ohio Administrative Code
including plumbing inspections as set forth in 4101: 2-51-
39 of the Ohio Administrative Code.
III: This Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure, the immediate passage of which is necessary for
the public health, safety and welfare and for the further
reason that said Code must be enforced and administered
according to law and particularly pursuant to the requirements
of Chapter 3781 of the Revised Code of Ohio;
wherefore, this Ordinance shall take effect and be in
force immediately upon its passage.
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Attest:
Clerk of douncil
Approved as to form:
day of Januarv
11--369 Makr
1983.
Law Director

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