AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GRANVILLE ZONING ORDINANCE AND ACCOMPANYING
MAP THERETO KNOWN AS ORDINANCE NO. 16-76, PASSED FEBRUARY 2, 1977, AS
AMENDED BY ORDINANCE NO. 26-83, PASSED OCTOBER 5, 1983, BY CHANGING
THE ZONING DISTRICT FOR A PORTION OF A PARCEL OF LAND AT. 530 NEWARKROAD
DESCRIBED HEREIN, FROM SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT "A" ( SRD-A),
TO PLANNED UNIT DISTRICT (PUD), AND TO APPROVE THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN
FOR PARNASSUS VILLAGE.
WHEREAS, on August 17, 1984, an application was filed by the owner of the
property known as 530 Newark Road, requesting a change in the zoning district
classification of a portion of said property from Suburban Residential District
A" (SRD-A) to Planned Unit Development (PUD); and for approval of a development
plan for "Parnassus Village" Development; and
WHEREAS, said application was submitted to the Granville Development Commission,
which, after public hearing in accordance with the Zoning Ordinance,
recommended to this Council, on August 23, 1984, that said application be
WHEREAS, this Council received said recommendation from the Granville
Development Commission at its regular Council meeting on September 5, 1984, and
this Council has held a public hearing on said application on October 3, 1984,
in accordance with the Zoning Ordinance.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO:
That Ordinance No. 16-76, and accompanying map thereto,
as amended by Ordinance No. 26-83, be amended to classify
a portion of the property described in Section III, df
Ordinance No. 26-83 as PUD.
That the Development Plan for the Parnassus Village
Development as approved by the Granville Development
Commission be approved.
That this ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest
date permitted by law.
Approved as to form:
day of September 1984.
ORDINANCE NO. 27-84
BY AND BETWEEN
THE VILLAGESOF GRANVILLE, OHIO
THE McCLAIN-PARR CONSTRUCTION CO.
AS IT RELATES TO
The following commitments are hereby made a part of the Development Plan for
Parnassus Village and are to be taken as covenants, part of the plan and considered
to be binding, as a part of the zoning, on the applicants, the Village,
and all heirs, successors and assigns, of both parties, so long as that zoning
exists on the said property and/ or until said plan is modified by the Village
1. McClain-Parr Construction Co.,shall be responsible for installing a water
distribution system extending from the existing Village six (6) inch line at
the juncture of College and Bfoadway Streets, to the north side of Broadway,
then easterly in a twelve (12) iftch line to the entranceway to Parnassus Village,«
thence southerly in an eight (8) inch line approximately tthree hundred and sixty
360) feet, then westerly to Parnassus Drive, then south to an existing hydrant
at the juncture of Old Orchard Drive and Parnassus Drive. This layout is as
described in the plans attached hereto. As a quid pro quo for this improvement
to Granville' s water system, the Village of Granville hereby waives all rights
to the water capacity fees it would normally charge for the ten housing units
to be built within this project. The value of those capacity fees is $5,000.00.
The entire water distribution system as proposed is to be built and paid for by
2. Sewage Collection System -The Developer shall be responsible for installation,
maintenance, and operation of the sewage collection system for the project,
including the installation of a lift station to be located at the entry road and
Newark-Granville Road. Appropriate capacity fees for sewer shall be paid by the
Developer. Sewer Mains in the public way shall, upon completion and approval of
the Village' s engineer, become the property and responsibility of the Village of Granville.
3. Storm Sewer -The Developer shall be responsible appropriate for the installation of an storm drainage system, with its effluent to drain into Clear Run in
accordance with good engineering practice.
4. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency shall have approval authority re- garding sewage, water, and storm sewer system design in accordance with state
5. Fees -The Developer shall be responsible for payment to the Village of GranviTTe of the appropriate capacity fees for sewer and building permits. The
Village of Granvillerhereby waives the right to the collection of water capacity fees in exchange for the improvement to its water distribution system.
6. Inspection -The Developer shall be responsible' for paymeqUA the Village' s engineer for inspection of the utilities, roads, ,@661h=eG,*: 41|TFection shall be conducted by the Village' s engineer on a weekly basis, with supplemential in- spections to be pro*ided on an as needed basis, as determined by the Village Zoning Inspector.
Parnassus Village Covenants (Continued)
Page 2 of 2
7. Construction Phasing -The Developer shall be responsible for the installation'
of the water distribution facilities (and completion thereof), prior to the
occupancy of any of the housing units in the project. The sewage collection
system may be built in phases according to the Developer' s schedule, so that no units are occupied prior to that unit' s connection to a functibning which shall enter the existing Village sewage line sewer system at the Ilanhole immediately west of the Union 76 Station in Broadway. Roads within the subdivision, since
they are privately owned, shall be installed at the Developer' s discretion and according to his schedule. Storm sewer facilities shall be complete as designed
within one year of the start of construction of the project.
8. Construction Bond -The Developer will furnish to the Village of Granville either a Construction Bond or Letter of Credit acceptable to the Village Law Director in an amount equal to the estimated cost of the sewer, water and storm sewer systems as determined by the Village engineer. The bond or letter of credit will be returned to the Developer one year after the completion of con- struction of these facilities.
9. Public Use Fees -In accordance with Section 13.05.03, (a) and (b)o,f the Granville Code of Ordinances, the Developer shall pay a $200 per unit Public Use wFeiethitno the Village of Granville upon the issuance of each unit' s Zoning Permit, the project.
10. Village Acceptance -The Village of Granville will not accept ownership of of the sewer collection, water distribution, or storm sewer collection and dis- posal systems until one year has elapsed from the completion of each of these systems, and certification by the Village' s engineer that all facilities are in good working condition.
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