Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 07-1985

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ORDINANCE NO. 7-85
ENACTING NEW ARTICLE 34 OF THE GRANVILLE ZONING ORDINANCE
TO PROVIDE REGULATIONS FOR GROUND SATELLITE STATIONS.
WHEREAS, it is necessary and desirable to provide regulations health, affecting the safety and welfare of the community; and
WHEREAS, regulation of ground satellite stations affects said health, safety and welfare;
SNOtaWte, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville, of Ohio::
Section I: That Article 34 of the Granville Zoning Ordinance be enacted to read as follows:
1173. 06 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
a) Within Residential Districts, as defined in the
Zoning Ordinance, the following provisions
shall apply to satellite ground stations or other
antennas designed to transmit or receive radio or television signals to or from earth satellites.
1) Such ground stations or dish antennas shall
be for the personal use of residents and their guests only.
2) Such ground stations or dish antennas shall
contain no graphic message or advertising.
3) Ground- mounted stations or dish antennas shall
be considered accessory structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements:
A, Such stations or dish antennas not mounted
on the roof of a primary or accessory structure
shall be located to the rear of the principal
building or structure and shall not exceed an above grade height of twelve feet.
B. :Such'stations or dish antennas shall not be jocated closer than ten feet to a rear lot line, teight feet from a si'de lot line, or one foot from any easement.
C. Such stations or dish antennas shall be
mounted in a concrete base in line with grade and only metal supports of galvanized construction shall be utilized.
D. Wiring between such stations and any other structure shall be placed underground.
E. Such stations or dish antennas shall be
designed to withstand a wind force of up to seventy (70) miles' per hour without the useof supporting guy wires.
F. Such stations or dish antennas shall be
effectively screened from public view by shrubbery or trees planted around them.
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4) Roof mounted stations or dish antennas shall be
considered accessory structures and shall comply with
the following conditions and requirements:
A. Such stations or dish antennas shall be mounted
directly on the roof of a primary or accessory
structure and shall not be mounted on appurtenances
such as chimneys, towers or spires.
B. Such stations or dish antennas mounted on the
roof of a primary or accessory structure shall not
exceed a height of greater than three feet above
the roof on which it is mounted. The height shall
be measured vertically from the point at which such
station or dish antenna is mounted on the roof.
C. The diameter of any dish antenna mounted upon
the roof of a primary or accessory structure shall
not exceed three feet.
D. Such stations or dish antennas shall be designed
to withstand a wind force of up to seventy (70) miles
per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
1175.06 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
a) Within non-residential districts, the following pro- visions shall apply to satellite ground stations or
other antennas designed to transmit or receive radio
or television signals to or from earth satellites.
1) Such ground stations or dish antennas shall contain
no graphic message or advertising.
2) Ground mounted stations or dish antennas shall be
considered accessory structures and shall comply with
the following conditions and requirements:
A. Such stations or dish antennas not mounted on
the roof of a primary or accessory structure shall
be located to the rear of the principal building
or structure on the property where the station is
located and shall not exceed an above the ground
height of twelve feet.
B. Such stations or dish antennas shall not be
located within fifty feet of a public right-of-way,
thirty feet of a rear or side lot line and not
closer than fifty feet from a lot line in a residential
district.
C. Such stations or dish antennas shall be mounted
in a concrete base in line with grade and only
metal supports of a galvanized construction shall
be utilized.
D. Wiring between such station and any other
structure shall be placed underground.
E. Such stations or dish antennas shall be designed
to withstand a wind force of up to seventy (70) miles
per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
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3) Roof mounted stations or dish antennas shall be
considered accessory structures and shall comply with the
following conditions and requirements:
A. Such stations or dish antennas shall be mounted
directly on the roof of a primary or accessory
structure and shall not be mounted on appurtenances
such as chimneys, towers or spires.
B. Such stations ordish antennas mounted on the roof
of a primary or accessory structure shall not exceed
a height of greater than eight feet above the roof on
which it is mounted. The height shall be measured
vertically from the point at which such station or
dish antenna is mounted on the roof.
C. Such stations or dish antennas shall be designed
to withstand a wind force of up to seventy (70) miles
per hour without the use of supporting guy wires.
Section II: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and
after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this 1 7.117
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Approved as to form:
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