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Ordinance 27-1986

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AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT EXPENSES
AND OTHER EXPENDITURES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,
STATE OF OHIO, DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31, 1987.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article
II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village
Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the
fiscal year beginning January 1, 1987 and ending December 31,
1987, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has submitted a proposed budget with
estimates and explanatory data, and
WHEREAS, a public hearing has been held on said budget with
estimates as required by Section 6. 06 of Article VI of the
Charter.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO, a majority of the members elected thereto herein concurring
that, to provide for the current expenses and other expenditures
of said Village of Granville during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1986, the following sums be and they are hereby set
aside and appropriated as follows, viz:
Section
Section
A-1-1-A
Al-1-C
Al-2-B
I: The annual budget submitted by the Manager in
accordance with the provisions of Section 6. 05,
Article VI, of the Charter, be and the same
hereby is adopted.
II: That there be appropriated from the GENERAL
FUND:
PROGRAM I -SECURITY OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY
POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT
210 Personal Service
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
TOTAL POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT
169, 614
49, 527
11, 438
25, 900
11, 000
4,897
272, 376
STREET LIGHTING
230 Contractual Services 14, 800
TOTAL STREET LIGHTING 14, 800
TOTAL PROGRAM I -SECURITY OF PERSONS
PROPERTY. 287, 176
PROGRAM II -PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE
COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT
230 Contractual Services 5, 200
TOTAL PROGRAM II -PUBLIC HEALTH AND
WELFARE. $ 5, 200
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Al-4-F
Al-6-A
Al-6-B
Al-6-D
Al-6-G
Al-7-A
Al-7-B
PROGRAM III -LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES N/A
PROGRAM IV -COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT
COMMUNITY SERVICES
230 Contractual Services
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL PROGRAM IV -COMMUNITY
ENVIRONMENT.
5, 700
400
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
STREET CONSTRUCTION &RECONSTRUCTION
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL STREET CONSTRUCTION &
RECONSTRUCTION.
STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
2,000
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages 122,261
212 Employee Benefits 30& 546
230 Contractual Services 1, 000
240 Supplies &Materials 11,000
270 Transfers 23,000
TOTAL STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR $
STORM SEWERS AND DRAINS
230 Contractual Services
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL STORM SEWERS AND DRAINS.
SIDEWALKS
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL SIDEWALKS.
1, 500
4,200
1, 500
TOTAL PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
PROGRAM VII -GENERAL GOVERNMENT.
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES.
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES.
LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES.
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages $
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
89, 639
41, 832
7,661
5,400
1,500
90
3,130
1, 100
6, 100
N/A
2, 000
187, 807
5, 700
1, 500
197, 007
144, 532
TOTAL LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES. $ 5, 820
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Al-7-C
Al-7-D
Al-7-E
Al-7-F
Al-7-G
Al-7-H
Al-7-I
Al-7-J
MAYOR' S COURT
210 Personal Services
211 SalariesW/ ages $
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL MAYOR' S COURT
INCOME TAX
210 Personal Services
211 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
280 Refunds
TOTAL INCOME TAX
LANDS AND BUILDINGS.
210 Personal Services
211 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
260 Debt Service
TOTAL LANDS AND BUILDINGS
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
5,168
1, 092
233
2, 000
14, 984
4, 269
743
4,600
9, 000
4, 300
600
92
16, 929
2,200
17, 531
1,000
100
COUNTY AUDITOR' S AND TREASURER' S FEES.
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL COUNTY AUDITOR' S AND
TREASURER' S FEES.
1, 000
TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL TAX DELINQUENT LANDADVERTISING.
STATE AUDITOR' S FEES
230 Contractual Service $
TOTAL STATE AUDITOR' S FEES
ELECTION
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL ELECTION.
4, 000
850
8,493
37, 896
37, 352
1, 100
1,000
4,000
850
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Al-7-K
Section
Bl-6-B
Section
B2-6-B
Section
87-1-A-250
B7-4-B-250
87-4-C-230
B7-4-E-230
B7-7-B-230
B7-7-A-230
III:
IV:
LAW
210 Personal Services
211 Salaries/ Wages
230 Contractual Services
5, 500
2, 000
TOTAL LAW $ 7, 500
TOTAL PROGRAM VII -GENERAL
GOVERNMENT. 248, 568
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUND
APPROPRIATIONS. 744, 051
That there be appropriated from the following
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS:
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR.
230 Contractual Services $
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL FOR Bl-STREET CONSTRUCTION
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FUND -
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
12, 442
21, 245
33, 687
That there be appropriated from the following
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS;
PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION
B2-STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND
STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
230 Contractual Services 2, 600
TOTAL FOR 82-STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT
FUND -PROGRAM VI -TRANSPORTATION. $
That there be appropriated from
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS:
Fire Debt Equipment
Recreation Commission
Granville Fellowship
Tree Maintenance
Building Inspection
Advertising
2, 600
the following
1, 600
3,000
3, 900
7,500
1,000
72
TOTAL FOR 87 -FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
FUNDS. 17, 072
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Section
Cl-5-A
Cl-5-B
Cl-5-F
Cl-5-G
El-5-E
El-5-F
E91-5-I
VI: That there be appropriated from the following ENTERPRISE FUNDS;
PROGRAM V -BASIC UTILITY SERVICES
Cl -SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND
260 Sewer Debt Service Fund -
Principal.
260 Sewer Debt Service Fund
Interest.
260 Sewer Debt Service Fund
Trustee' s Fees
260 Sewer Debt Service Fund
Audit
TOTAL SEWER DEBT SERVICE
El -WATER FUND
PUMPING
210 Personal Service
211 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
260 Debt Service
270 Transfers
280 Refunds
TOTAL PUMPING
DISTRIBUTION
210 Personal Services
211 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
TOTAL DISTRIBUTION
TOTAL FOR E-1 -WATER FUND
APPROPRIATION.
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
20,000
107, 082
4, 100
2,000
95,886
21,337
77,037
44, 720
35,000
50,520
28, 750
200
13,788
3,466
417
8,100
41, 500
4, 210
133,182
353, 450
71, 481
424, 931
250 Capital Outlay 15, 000
TOTAL WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 15,000
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E 2-5-G
E 2-5-H
Section VII:
F2-6-B
Section VIII:
Hl-1-A
Hl-2-A
Hl-2-B
Hl-2-C
E2 -SEWAGE
SEWAGE TREATMENT
210 Personal Services
211 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
280 Refunds
TOTAL SEWAGE TREATMENT
SEWAGE COLLECTION
210 Personal Services
211 SalariesW/ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
TOTAL SEWAGE COLLECTIONS
TOTAL FOR E 2 SEWER FUND
APPROPRIATIONS.
GRAND TOTAL FOR PROGRAM V -
BASIC UTILITY SERVICES.
62, 891
14,314
52,547
10, 310
5,000
49,350
200
13,788
3,439
1, 203
8, 200
6, 871
That there be appropriated from the Equipment Reserve Fund:
250 Capital Outlay 17,000
TOTAL EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND: $
That there be appropriated from the SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND:
Hl -SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND RETIREMENT FUND.
Hl-1 -WEST BROADWAY WATER LINE.
Incidental Expenses $
TOTAL Hl-1 -WEST BROADWAY WATER LINE.
Hl-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER
Incidental Expenses $ 160
Principal 3,000
Interest
2,205
TOTAL Hl-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER. $
194, 611
33, 501
228, 112
801, 225
17, 000
5,365
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Hl-3-A
Hl-3-B
Hl-3-C
Hl-4-A
Hl-4-B
Hl-4-C
Section
Section
IX:
Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAYW/ ILDWOOD SEWER
Incidental Expenses $ 216
Principal 4, 000
Interest 2, 535
TOTAL Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAYW/ILDWOOD
SEWER. 6, 751
Hl-4 -WILDWOOD DRIVE IMPROVEMENT
Incidental Expenses $
Principal
Interest
TOTAL Hl-4 -WILDWOOD DRIVE
IMPROVEMENT.
TOTAL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND
RETIREMENT FUND.
360
4, 000
2, 380
6, 740
18, 876
There is hereby established a Capital
Improvement Reserve Fund in accordance
with Section 6. 12, Article VI, of the
Charter, for the purpose of transferring
funds to be held in reserve for the
purchase of equipment. This fund shall
be titled "Fl-Capital Improvement Reserve
Fund".
X: Sums expected from the above appropriation
which are proper charges against any other
department or against any firm, person, or
corporation, if repaid within the period
covered by such appropriation, shall be
considered reappropriated for such original
purposes, provided that the net total of
expenditures under any appropriation shall
not exceed the original total.
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Section
Passed this
XI: That this ordinance therefore shall become
effective as of January 1, 1987, for the
purpose of effecting expenditures within
the limitations herein set forth, during the
fiscal year extending from that date to
December 31, 1987. This appropriation
ordinance shall become effective as provided
in Section 6. 07, Article VI of the Charter
of the Village of Granville, Ohio, and shall
take effect and be in force from and after the
earliest date allowed by law.
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Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
VI/ Law Director
day of
Maydr/
1986.
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Ordinance 26-1986

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BY:
AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE MANAGER' S SALARY FOR 1987.
WHEREAS, Article II, Section 2. 08 of the Charter of Granville,
Ohio, provides that Council shall fix the salary of the Village
Manager by Ordinance, and
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 24-85, that established the salary of the
Manager for the period of January 1, 1986 to December 31, 1986,
will expire on December 31, 1986.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Ohio, that:
Section
Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
I: The salary of the Village Manager for the
calendar year 1987 shall be $41,000. 00,
payable by-weekly in the amount of 1/26
of the total amount.
The Manager be granted 3 weeks of paid
vacation leave during the calendar year 1987.
This ordinance shall be in effect at date of
passage.
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Clerk of Cbuntil
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of 66#Lk#j, 1986.
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ORDINANCE NO. 26-86

Ordinance 25-1986

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BY:
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 23-85PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR 1986 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article
II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village
Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the
fiscal year beginning January 1, 1986 and ending December 31,
1986, and
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement
previously made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Ohio, that:
Section I: The annual budget of the Village of Granville,
as established by Ordinance No. 23-85, be
amended by the Council, as recommended by the
Manager, and is hereby adopted.
Section II: To provide operating expenditures for the General
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,
1986, the following appropriations are hereby
made in the General Fund:
Account No.
Al-2-8-230
Al-6-B-211
Al-6-B-212
Al-7-A-212
Al-7-B-212
Al-7-D-211
Al-7-D-280
Al-7-G-230
Account
Community Services-Contractual
Services
Street Maintenance-Salaries/
Wages
Street Maintenance-Employee
Benefits
Administrative-Employee Benefits
Legislative-Employee Benefits
Income TaxS- alariesW/ages
Income Tax-Refunds
County Auditor &Treasurer' s Fees/
Contractual Services $
Add
21. 00
1, 783. 00
1,085. 00
4,519. 00
10. 00
355. 00
1, 384. 00
375. 00
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Section III:
Account No.
El-5-E-211
El-5-E-212
El-5-E-230
Section IV:
Account No.
E 2-5-G-211
E 2-5-G-212
E2-5-G-230
To Provide operating expenditures for the
water system operation during the fiscal
year ending December 31, 1986, the
following appropriations are hereby made
in the Water Fund:
Account
Water-Salaries/ Wages
Water-Employee Benefits
Water-Contractual Services
Add
2,322. 00
459. 00
7, 367. 00
To provide operating expenditures for
the sewer system operation during the
fiscal year ending December 31, 1986,
the following appropriations are hereby
made in the Sewer Fund:
Account
Sewer-Salaries/ Wages
Sewer-Employee Benefits
Sewer-Contractual Services
Add
842. 00
1, 725. 00
12, 157. 00
Section V: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
Passed this 3,
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Clerk of Coudcil
Approved as to form:
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Law Director
day of 21+4,6 ' 1986.
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Ordinance 24-1986

ORDINANCE NO. 24-86
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS 171. 10 AND 171. 19 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE BY
REDUCING THE CREDIT ALLOWED FOR TAX PAID IN ANOTHER
MUNICIPALITY AS OF JANUARY 1, 1987, AND MODIFYING THE
COLLECTION AT SOURCE PROVISIONS AS OF JANUARY 1, 1987,
AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that:
Section I: Section 171. 10 (a) and Section 171. 10 (d) are
hereby amended to read as follows:
a) each employer within, or doing business
within, the municipality who employs one or more persons on a
salary, wages, commissions or other compensation basis shall
deduct at the time of the payment of each salaries, wages,
commissions or other compensation, the tax of one and one-half
percent of the gross salaries, wages, commissioners or other
compensation due by such employer to each such employee, and
shall on or before the 30th day of each calendar month make a
return and pay to the Tax Commissioner the amount of taxes so
deducted during the previous calendar month.
Employers with withholding of less than
ONEH-UNDRED DOLLARS1 (0$0. 00) per month may make teturns on a
quarterly basis, the due dates being the last day of April,
July, October and January; any other withholding schedule must
have prior approval of or by the Tax Commissioner in writing.
d) On or before January 31 of each year, each
employer shall file a withholding tax reconciliation on a form
or forms prescribed by and obtainable from the Tax Commissioner,
setting forth the names and addresses of all employees from
whose compensation the tax was withheld during the preceding
calendar year, and the amount of tax withheld from the listed
employees and such other information as may be required by the
rules and regulations adopted by the Tax Commissioner.
Section II: Section 171. 19 (a) is hereby amended to read as
follows:
a) Effective January 1, 1987, every individual
taxpayer who resides in the municipality and who receives
salaries, wages, commissions or other compensation or net
profits from sales made, work done or services performed or
rendered outside of the municipality, if it be made to appear
that he has paid a municipal income tax on such income, taxable
under this Chapter, to another municipality shall be allowed a
credit against the tax imposed by Section 171. 03, in an amount
equal to fifty percent (50%)of the amount of tax imposed by
Section 171. 03, or in the amount of the tax so paid by him or in
his behalf to such other municipality, whichever is less.
Section III: It is found and determined that all formal actions
of this Council concerning and relating to the
adoption of this ordinance were adopted in an open
meeting of this Council, and that all deliberations
of this Council and of any of its committees
that resulted in such formal action, were in
meetings open to the public, in compliance with
all legal requirements including Section 2. 09 of
the Granville Village Charter.
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Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for the immediate
preservation of the public peace, safety, health,
morals and welfare of this Village, and for the
further reason that the timely implementation of
the tax modification is necessary to provide for
the financial needs of the Village; and provided
this ordinance receives the affirmative vote of
five members elected or appointed to Council, it
shall be in full force and effect on January 1,
1987. Noprovision of this ordinance shall in any
way affect any rights or obligations of this
Village, any taxpayer, or any other person,
official or entity, with respect to the tax and
credit allowed for tax paid in another
municipality through December 31, 1986.
Passed this SAU
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Approved as to form:
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Ordinance 23-1986

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 23-85 PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR 1986 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of
Article II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the
Village Counc,il is authorized to adopt the Muni·cipal Budget for
the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1986 and ending December
31, 1986, and;
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to
supplement previously made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Ohio, that:
Section
Section II:
Account No.
Al-7-K-230
Section III:
Account No.
El-5-E-240
Section IV:
Passed this
I: The annual budget of the Village of Granville,
as established by Ordinance No. 23-85, be
amended by the Council, as recommended by the
Manager, and is hereby adopted.
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the
General Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1986, the following appropriation
is hereby made int he General Fund:
Account
Contractual Services -Legal
Add
6, 067. 00
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the
Water Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1986, the following appropriation
is hereby made in the Water Fund:
Account Add
Supplies/ Materials-Treatment Chemicals 14,000. 00
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period
allowed by law.
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Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Bki4A, 64-
day of 4,0*14</1986.
MayorL' C
Law Director
ORDINANCE NO. 23-86

Ordinance 22-1986

BY:
AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING A PETITION FOR DETACHMENT OF TERRITORY
AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO:
Section I: That the application of Charles Wagner, and
others, being a majority of the freehold electors
owning land in the lands described below, for the
detachment from the Village of Granville of the
following described real estate, to wit:
Situated in the County of Licking, State of Ohio,
Village of Granville, and more· particularly described
as follows:
Being part of that part of the Village of Granville,
Ohio, that abuts within said Village the roadways of
Beechwood Drive and Thornewood Drive. Specifically,
being the following: Lots situated in Thornewood
Addition, Village of Granville as described in Volume
5, page 133, Plat Records, Licking County, Ohio, to
Wit:
Lots 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25,
26 of said addition along with the property described
as the "Reserve" on said plat,
As well as, the entire roadways of Thornewood Drive and
Beechwood Drive as shown on said plat, which said
roads extend from Broadway to Burg Street in said
Village (A map of said property marked in red is
attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit"A"),
be, and the same hereby is, accepted and approved.
Section II: That the petition requesting said detachment, a
copy of which is attached hereto, be marked
Exhibit "B",and made a part hereof.
Section III: This ordinance is declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the immediate preservation
of the public peace, safety, health, morals and
welfare of this Village, and for the further
reason that the immediate detachment is necessary
to facilitate the reconstruction of the roadways
in the detached area; and provided this ordinance
receives the affirmative vote of five members
elected or appointed to council, it shall be in
full force and effect on the earliest date
permitted by the Charter of this Village.
Passed this 1Fi.3 day of -
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Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
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I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio, do
do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and exact copy of
Ordinance No. 22-86, passed the 17th day of September 1986, by Village Council.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
ORDINANCE NO. 22-86
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PETITION FOR DETACHMENT 1 42 +h
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OF LANDS FROM THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHI 4
undersigned, individuals, pursuant to the authority
in Section 709.38 of the Ohio Revised Code, state as
The
contained
follows:
1. Due to the present developments relating to the
improving of Thornewood and Beechwood Drives located in the
Village of Granville, Licking County, Ohio, and, now, being
private roads and for other good reasonsAdesire to physically
detach themselves from the said Village of Granville;
2. The lands which the petitioners desire to have detached
are described as follows:
Situated in the County of Licking, State
Village of Granville, and more particularly
as follows:
of Ohio,
described
Being part of that part of the Village of Granville,
Ohio, that abuts within said Village the roadways of
Beechwood Drive and Thornewood Drive. Specifically,
being the following: Lots situated in Thornewood
Addition, Village of Granville as described in Volume
5, page 133, Plat Records, Licking County, Ohio, to
Wit:
1, 9-ts 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 2.0, 21, 22, 23,
db) 26 of said addition along with the property
aescribed as the "Reserve" on said plat.
As well as, the entire roadways of Thornewood Drive and
Beechwood Drive as shown on said plat, which said
roadways extend from Broadway to Bur Street in said
Village.
A copy of said property marked in red is attached
hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit "A".
3. The undersigned constitute property owners and freehold
electors owning land in the above described portion of the
Village of Granville.
4. The undersigned individuals hereby wish to express their
desire to have the land owned by each of them now located within
the boundaries of the' Village of Granville, Ohio, to be detached
from said Village and become a part of the Township of Granville,
Licking County, Ohio.
WHEREFORE, the undersigned individuals respectfully submit
their petition and prayer to the Village of Granville, and to the
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Board of Commissioners, Licking County, Ohib, to have the above
described property detached from the Village of Granville, Ohio,
and to have said property become a part of the Township of
Granville, Licking County, Ohio, which said township is
contiguous to said property. The aforesaid Petition for
Detachment is presented to the said Board of County Commissioners
pursuant to Sections 709. 38 and 709.39 of the Ohio Revised Code.
DATED: August 4, 1986
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This Agreement made and concluded at Granville, Ohio, effective this /7 day
of .f*+ 64*Scr , 1986 by and between the Village of Granville, Ohio, an Ohio
Municipal Corporation and the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association, an unincorporated
association, consisting of Julius W. Blum, Carolyn A. Blum, Kennard B. Bork,
Katherine 0. Bork, William H. Overholser, Theresa S. Overholser, Charles Wagner,
Audrey J. Wagner, William H. Scheer, Robert F. Sylvester, Jr., Phyllis E.
Sylvester, Priscilla Ballard-Pfalzer, Jean-Claude Pollet, Linda B. Pollet, Beverly
A. Handel, Harry Winter, Nancy-B/K-arlsberger, H. Jack Donald, Hazel B. Donald,
Edward Erle Richards, III, Sheila A. Richards, Mark A. Schuetz and Veronica B.
Schuetz, said members signing this Agreement as members of said Association and
individually.
WITNESSETH:,THAT:
WHEREAS, the Village had previously passed legislation to improve Beechwood
and Thornewood Drives by levying assessments against the property owners; and
WHEREAS, the members of the Association have filed two lawsuits to halt the
levying of said assessments, said suits being pending in Common Pleas Court of
Licking County, Ohio as cases numbered 84-L-78458 and 84-L-78504; and
WHEREAS, the Village has rescinded the assessments and has passed legislation
to vacate Beechwood and Thornewood Drives; and
WHEREAS, said parties have agreed to compromise and adjust all of said
controversies and differences, the initial steps of which compromise require the
vacation, the payment by the Village to the Association or its designee of the sum
of Twenty Five Thousand Dollars (2$5, 000. 00) and the dismissal of the lawsuits;
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of said Agreement, of the payment of said sum
of Twenty Five Thousand Dollars (2$5, 000.00)t,he passage of the vacation ordinance
and the dismissal of the lawsuits, the receipt and adequacy of which consideration
is mutually acknowledged, each of the parties hereto does hereby release and
forever discharge the other, their respective heirs, executors, administrators,
successors and assigns from any and all claims, demands, damages, actions and
cailses of action whatsoever, past, present and future, arising out of the
condition, maintenance, construction and reconstruction of the roadways known as
Beechwood and Thornewood Drives.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hand on the dates
opposite their signature, below:.
SIGNED IN; THE PRESENCE OF: : THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO,
an Oh' Mu 'cipal rpor ion
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Ordinance 21-1986

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 23-85 PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR 1986 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATION EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article
II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village
Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the
fiscal year beginning January 1, 1986 and ending December 31,
1986, and;
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement
previously made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
ohio, that:
Section I:
Section II:
Account No.
Al-7-D-280
Section III:
Account No.
B8-6-B-250
Section IV:
Account No.
El-5-E-230
Section V:
I Passed this
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as
established by Ordinance No. 23-85, be amended by
the Council, as recommended by the Manager, and
is hereby adopted.
To provide for operating expenses for the Permissive
Tax Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1986, the following appropriation
is hereby made in the Permissive Tax Fund:
Account
Income Tax -kefunds
Add
350. 00
To provide for operating expenses for the Permissive
Tax Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1986, the following appropriation
is hereby made in the Permissive Tax Fund:
Account
Capital Outlay -New Burg Street
Add
2,413. 15
To Provide for operating expenses for the Water
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31,
1986, the following appropriation is hereby made
in the Water Fund:
Account
Engineering Lime Sludge Study
Add
1,500. 00
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
Attiest :2* Clerk of Council 49 9
Approved as to form:
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Law Director
day o/-tk<<' 1 9,86.
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ORDINANCE NO. 21-86

Ordinance 20-1986

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BY:
AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL SECTIONS 549. 10 AND 549. 11 OF THE CODE OF
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE AND TO ESTABLISH CHAPTER
555 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE TO
COMPLY WITH OHIO SENATE BILL 61, REQUIRING EXHIBITORS OF
FiREWORKS TO OBTAIN PERMITS, PROHIBITING CERTAIN CONDUCT BY
EXHIBITORS, PROHIBITING POSSESSION OF FIREWORKS, AND INCREASING
PENALTIES FOR THE SALE OR DISCHARGE OF FIREWORKS.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO:
Section
Section II:
555. 01
555. 02
555. 03
d)
e)
a)
b)
I That sections 549. 10 and 549. 11 of the Code of
Ordinances of the Village of Granville are hereby
repealed.
That Chapter 555 is hereby established as follows:
CHAPTER 555
Fireworks
Definitions 555. 04
Public exhibition permit
required; fee; bond;
records. 555. 05
Unlawful Conduct by 555. 99
Exhibitor.
CROSS REFERENCES
Possession, sale, or
dischatge prohibited;
exceptions.
Application.
Penalty
Manufacturers to comply with building and zoning ordinances -
see Ohio R.C. 3743. 06 (F)
Wholesalers to -comply with building and zoning ordinances -
see Ohio R. C. 3743.19 (G)
Arrests, seizure of fireworks by certified fire safety
inspector -see Ohio R. C. 3743. 68
Conflict of Fire Marshal' s rules with rules of Ohio Board of
Building Standards -see Ohio R>C>3781 (D)
555. 01 DEFINITIONS.
As used in this chapter:
Beer" and "intoxicating liquor" have the same meanings
as in Ohio R. C. 4301. 01.
Booby trap" means a small tube that has a string
protruding from both ends, that has a friction-sensitive
composition and that is ignited by pulling the ends of
the string.
C) Cigarette load" means a small wooden peg that is coated
with a small quantity of explosive composition and that
ignited in a cigarette.
Controlled substance" has the same meaning as in Ohio
R.C. 3719. 01.
Fireworks" means any composition or device prepared for
the purpose of producing a visible or an audible effect
by combustion, deflagration or detonation, except
ordinary matches and except as provided in Section
1519.05. ,
f) Licensed exhibitor of fireworks" or "licensed exhibitor"
means a person licensed pursuant to Ohio R.C. 3743. 50 to
3743. 55.
g) Licensed manufacturer of fireworks' or "licensed
manufacturer" means a person licensed pursuant to Ohio
R.C. 3743. 02 to 3743. 08.
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h) Licensed wholesaler of fireworks" or "licensed wholesaler"
means a person licensed pursuant to Ohio R. C.
3743. 15 to 3743. 21.
i) Novelties and trick noisemakers" include the following
items:
1) Devices that produce a small report intended to
surprise the user, including, but not limited to,
booby traps, cigarette loads, party poppers and
snappers;
2) Snake or glow worms;
3) Smoke devices;
4) Trick matches.
j) Party popper" means a small plastic or paper item that
contains not more than sixteen milligrams of frictionsensitive
explosive composition, that is ignited by
pulling a string protruding from the item, and from which
paper streamers are expelled when the item is ignited.
k) Railroad" means any railway or railroad that carrier
freight or passengers for hire, but does not include
auxiliary tracks, spurs and sidings installed and
primary effect.
1) Smoke device" means a tube or sphere that contains
pyrotechnic composition that, upon ignition, produces
white or colored smoke as the primary effect.
m) Snake or glow worm" means a device that consists of a
pressed pellet of pyrotechnic composition that produces
a large, snake-like ash upon burning, which ash expands
in length as the pellet burns.
n) Snapper" means a small, paper-wrapped item that contains
a minute quantity of explosive composition coated on
small bits of sand, and that, when dropped, implodes.
O) Trick match" means a kitchen or book match that is
coated with a small quantity of explosive composition and
that, .upon ignition, produces a small report or a shower
of sparks.
ORC 3743. 01)
555. 02 PUBLIC EXHIBITION PERMIT REQUIRED; FEE; BOND; RECORDS.
a) A licensed exhibitor of fireworks who wishes to conduct a
public fireworks exhibition with the Municipality shall apply
for approval to conduct the exhibition to the Fire Chief and
the Police Chief.
The required approval shall be evidenced by the Fire
Chief or Fire Prevention Officer and the Police Chief signing
a permit for the exhibition, the form for which shall be prescribed
by the State fire Marshal. Any exhibitor of fireworks
who wishes th conduct a public fireworks exhibition may obtain
a copy of the form from the Fire Marshal or, if it is available,
from the Fire Chief, Fire Prevention Office or Police
Chief.
b) Before signing a permit and issuing it to a licensed
exhibitor of fireworks, the Fire Chief or Fire Prevention
Officer and the Police Chief shall inspect the premises on
which the exhibition will take place and shall determine that,
in fact, the applicant for the permit is a licensed exhibitor
of fireworks. Each applicant shall show his license as an
exhibitor of fireworks to the Fire Chief or Fire Prevention
Officer and the Police Chief.
The Fire Chief or Fire Prevention Officer and the Police
Chief shall give their approval to conduct a public fireworks
exhibition only if they are satisfied, based on the
inspection, that the premises on which the exhibition will be
conducted allow the exhibitor to comply with the rules adopted
by the Fire Marshal pursuant to Ohio R.C. 3743. 53 (B) and
that the applicant is, in fact, a licensed exhibitor of
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fireworks. The Fire Chief or Fire Prevention Officer and the
Police Chief may inspect the premises immediately prior to the
exhibition to determine if the exhibitor has complied with the
rules, and may revoke the permit for noncompliance with the
rules.
C) The Fire Chief or Fire Prevention Officer and the Police
Chief shall not issue a permit until the applicant pays a
permit fee of twentyf-ive dollars (2$5. 00) plus any necessary
costs of investigation of the applicant and of inspecting the
premises on which the exhibition will be conducted.
Each exhibitor shall provide an indemnity bond in the
amount of at least one hundred thousand dollars (1$00,000),
with surety satisfactory to the Fire Chief of Fire Prevention
Officer and the Police Chief, conditioned for the payment of
all final judgments that may be rendered against the
exhibitor on account of injury, death or loss to persons or
property emanating from the fireworks exhibition, or proof
of insurance coverage of at least one hundred thousand dollars
100,000) fot liability arising from injury, death or loss
to persons or property emanating from the fireworks
exhibition. The Legislative Authority may require the
exhibitor to provide an indemnity bond or proof of insurance
coverage in amounts greater than those required by this
subsection. The Fire Chief or Fire Prevention Officer and
Police Chief shall not issue a permit until the exhibitor
provides the bond or proof of the insurance coverage required
by this subsection.
d) 1) Each permit for a fireworks exhibition issued
by the Fire Chief or Fire Prevention Officer
and the Police Chief shall contain a distinct
number, together with a designation of the
Municipality. A copy of each permit issued
shall be forwarded by the Fire Chief or Fire
Prevention Officer and the Police Chief
issuing it to the Fire Marshal, who shall keep
a record of the permits he receives. A permit
is not transferable or assignable.
2) The Fire Chief, Fire Prevention Officer and
Police Chief shall keep a record of issued
permits for fireworks exhibitions. In this
list, the Fire Chief, Fire Prevention Officer
or Police Chief shall list the name of the
exhibitor, his license number, the premises
on which the exhibition will be conducted,
the date and time of the exhibition and the
number of the permit issued to the exhibitor
for the exhibition.
ORC 3743. 54)
555. 03 UNLAWFUL CONDUCT BY EXHIBITOR.
a) No licensed exhibitor of fireworks shall fail to comply
with the rules adopted by the Fire Marshal pursuant to Ohio
R.C. 3743.53 (B).
b) No licensed exhibitor of fireworks shall conduct a
fireworks exhibition unless a permit has been secured for the
exhibition pursuant to Section 1519. 02 or if a permit so
secured is revoked by the Fire Chief or Fire Prevention
Officer and Police Chief pursuant to that section.
C) No licensed exhibitor of fireworks shall acquire fireworks
for use at a fireworks exhibition other than in
accordance with Ohio R.C. 3743. 54 and 3743.55.
d) No licensed exhibitor of fireworks or other persons associated with the conduct of a fireworks exhibition shall
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have in his possession or under his control, or be under the
influence of, any intoxicating liquor, beer or controlled
substance while on the premises on which the exhibition is
being conducted.
555. 04 POSSESSION, SALE OR DISCHARGE PROHIBITED; EXCEPTIONS.
a) No person shall possess fireworks in this Municipality or
shall possess for sale or sell fireworks in this Municipality,
except a licensed manufacturer of fireworks as authorized by
Ohio R.C. 3743. 02 to 3743. 08, a licensed wholesaler of fireworks
as authorized by Ohio R.C. 3743.15 to 3743. 21, an outof-
state resident as authorized by Ohio R.C. 3743. 44, a
resident of this State as authorized by Ohio R.C. 3743. 50 to
3743. 55 and Section 1519. 02 and except as provided in Section
1519. 05.
b) Except as provided in Section 1519. 05 and except for
licensed exhibitors of fireworks authorized to conduct a
fireworks exhibition pursuant to Ohio R.C. 3743: 50 to 3743. 55
and Section 1519.02, no person shall discharge, ignite or
explode any fireworks in this Municipality.
C) No person shall use in a theater or public hall, what is
technically known as fireworks showers, or a mixture containing
potassium chlorate and sulphur.
d) No person shall sell fireworks or sparklers of any kind
to a person under eighteen years of age.
e) No person shall advertise fireworks for sale. A sign
located on a seller' s premises identifying him as a seller of
fireworks is not the advertising of fireworks for sale.
ORC 3743. 65)
555. 05 APPLICATION.
This chapter does not prohibit or apply to the following:
a) The manufacture, sale, possession, transportation,
storage or use in emergency situations, of pyrotechnic
signaling devices and distress signals for marine, aviation or
highway use;
b) The manufacture, sale, possession, transportation,
storage or use of fuses, torpedoes or other signals necessary
for the safe operation of railroads;
C) The manufacture, sale, possession, transportation,
storage or use of blank cartridges in connection with theaters
or shows, or in connection with athletics as signals or for
ceremonial purposes;
d) The manufacture for, the transportation, storage,
possession or use by, or sale to the Armed Forces of the
United States and the militia of this State of pyrotechnic
devices;
e) The manufacture, sale, possession, transportation,
storage or use of toy pistols, toy canes, toy guns or other
devices in which paper or plastic caps containing twenty-five
hundredths grains or less of explosive material are used,
provided that they are constructed so that a hand cannot come
into contact with a cap when it is in place for explosion, apply to the manufacture, or sale, possession, transportation,
storage or use of those caps;
f) The manufacture, sale, possession, transportation,
storage or use of novelties and trick noisemakers, auto
burglar alarms or model rockets and model rocket motors
designed, sold and used for the purpose of propelling
recoverable aero models;
g) The manufacture, sale, possession, transportation,
storage or use of sparklers on a wire stick, as this term is defined in the regulations of the United States Department of
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Transportation.
ORC 3743. 80)
555. 99 PENALTY.
Whoever violates any provision of this chapter is guilty of a
misdemeanor of the first degree for a first offense and shall
be fined not more than one thousand dollars (1$,000) or
imprisoned not more than six months or both.
ORC 3743. 99 (C))
Section III:
Passed this
est:
This ordinance shall take effect and be in force
from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
1lf- 4
erk of olfricti'
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of „-1* UD 1986.
MaydU l
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Ordinance 19-1986

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By A: Lli'U* L#)
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE NECESSITY OF AN ELECTION ON
THE QUESTION OF APPROVING THE ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE
TO AMEND SECTIONS 171. 03, 171. 07 AND 171. 10 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDiNANCES OF THE VILLAGE TO PROVIDE FOR AN
ADDITIONAL ONE-HALF OF ONE PERCENT TAX BEGINNING
JANUARY 1, 1987 AND THEREAFTER ON EARNINGS, INCOME AND
NET PROFITS SUBJECT TO THE MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX FOR
THE PURPOSE OF GENERAL MUNICIPAL OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE,
NEW EQUIPMENT, EXTENSIONS AND ENLARGEMENTS OF
MUNICIPAL SERVICES AND FACILITIES AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
OF THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of Granville, State of Ohio, fivesevenths
of all members elected thereto concurring:
Section
Section II:
Section III:
I: That this Council hereby authorizes and directs
the submission to the electors of the Village of
Granville, Ohio, at the general election to be
held at the usual places of voting in said
Village on Tuesday, November 4, 1986, between the
hours of 6: 30 a. m. and 7: 30 p.m.o.f said day, of
the question of approving the enactment of an
ordinance to amend Section 171.03, Section 171. 07
and Section 171. 10 of the Codified Ordinances of
the Village to provide for an additional one-half
of one percent tax beginning on January 1, 1987
and thereafter on earnings, income and net profits
subject to the municipal income tax for the
purpose of general municipal operations, maintenance,
new equipment, extensions and enlargement
of municipal services and facilities and capital
improvements of the municipality, which ordinance
is identified in Section II hereof.
That the proposed ordinance to be submitted to the
electors of the Village for their approval shall
be as attached hereto as attachment A.
That the form of ballot to be used at the election
on the question shall be as follows:
Shall the Ordinance [No. 18-86] providing for an
additional one-half of one percent tax beginning
January 1, 1987 and thereafter on earnings, income
and net profits subject to the municipal income
tax for the purpose of general municipal
operations, maintenance, new equipment, extensions
and enlargement of municipal services and
facilities and capital improvements of the
municipality, be passed7
FOR THE INCOME TAX
AGAINST THE INCOME TAX
V: The Clerk of Council be and is hereby directed to
certify immediately a copy of this ordinance to
the Board of Elections of Licking County, Ohio.
ORDINANCE NO. 19-86
Section I
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Section V:
Section VI:
Passed this
It is determined that all formal actions of this
Council concerning and relating to the passage of
this ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of
this Council, and that all deliberatiohs of this
Council and of any of its committees that resulted
in such formal action were in meetings open to the
public in compliance with all legal requirements,
including Section 121. 22, Ohio Revised Code.
This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the immediate
preservation of the public peace, health and
safety of the Village and for the further reason
that the additional one-half of one percent tax
provided for herein should be effective as of
January 1, 1987 in order to provide additional
revenue for the purpose for which such additional
tax is being levied and this ordinance must be
filed with the Board of Elections of Licking
County at least seventy-five days before the day
of the election provided for in Section I hereof;
wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect and be
in force immediately upon its passage.
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1042A- . K . i/lvUd,ef CleTk of Cauncil
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of
1 .7. 4&7
Mayotj
1986.
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council, of the Village of Granville, Granville,
Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and exact copy
of Ordinance No. 19-86, passed the 11th day of August 1986, by Village Council.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
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Ordinance 18-1986

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BY: ,
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS 171. 03, 171. 07 AND 171. 10 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE TO PROVIDE FOR AN ADDITIONAL
ONE-HALF OF ONE PERCENT (0.50%)TAX ON EARNINGS, INCOME AND NET
PROFITS SUBJECT TO THE MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX BEGINNING
JANUARY 1, 1987 AND THEREAFTER FOR THE PURPOSE OF GENERAL
MUNICIPAL OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, NEW EQUIPMENT, EXTENSIONS AND
ENLARGEMENT OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES AND FACILITIES AND CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS OF THE MUNICIPALITY.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville, State
of Ohio, five-sevenths of all members elected or appointed
thereto concurring:
Section I: That effective as of January 1, 1987, Section
171. 03, Section 171. 07 and Section 171. 10 of the
Codified Ordinances of the Village of
Granville are amended to read as follows:
171. 03 IMPOSITION OF TAX.
Subject to the provisions of Section 171. 20, an
annual tax for the purpose specified herein is
hereby levied, on and after January 1,1969, at the
rate of one percent per year upon the following:
a) On all salaries, wages, including sick and
vacation pay, commissions and other compensation
earned by residents during the effective
period of this chapter.
b) On all salaries, wages, including sick and
vacation pay, commissions and other compensation
earned by nonresidents for work done or service
performed in the Municipality during the
effective period of this chapter.
C) 1) On the portion attributable to the
Municipality of the net profits earned
during the effective period of this
chapter, of all resident associations,
unincorporated businesses, professions or
other entities, derived from sales made,
work done, services performed or rendered
or business or other activities conducted
in the Municipality.
2) On a resident partner' s or owner' s
share of the net profits earned during the
effective period of the chapter of a
resident association or other unincorporated
entity not attributable to the Municipality
and not levied against such association or
other unincorporated entity.
d) 1) On the portion attributable to the
Municipality of the net profits, earned
during the effective period of this chapter,
of all nonresident associations, unincorporated
businesses, professions or other
entities, derived from sales made, work done
or services performed or rendered or business
or other activities conducted in the
Municipality, whether or not such association
or other unincorporated entity has an office
or place of business in the Municipality.
ORDINANCE NO. 18-86
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2) On a resident partner' s or owner' s share
of the net profits earned during the
effective period of this chapter of a
nonresident association or other
unincorporated entity not attributable to the
Municipality, and not levied against such
association or other unincorporated entity.
e) On the net profits earned during the
effective period of this chapter of all
corporations derived from sales made, work
done or services performed or rendered, and
business or other activities conducted in the
Municipality whether or not such corporations
have an office or place of business in the
Municipality.
Subject to the provisions of Section 171. 20 and in
addition to the annual tax levied by the first
paragraph of this section, an annual tax for the
purpose specified in Section 171. 01 is hereby
levied, on and after January 1, 1987, at the rate
of one-half of one percent per annum upon those
classes of salaries, wages, commissions, other
compensation, and net profits specified in the
above subparagraphs (a) to (e),inclusive, of this
section.
171. 07 EFFECTIVE PERIOD.
The tax imposed by this chapter shall be levied,
collected and paid with respect to all income
and net profits subject to the tax earned on or
after January 1, 1969, except that the tax imposed
by the second paragraph of Section 171. 03 shall be
levied, collected and paid only with respect to
all income and net profits subject to the tax
earned on or after January 1, 1987.
171. 10 COLLECTION AT SOURCE.
a) Each employer within, or doing business
within, the Municipality who employs one or more
persons on a salary, wage, commission or other
compensation basis shall deduct at the time of the
payment of such salaries, wages commissions or
other compensation, the tax of 1. 50 percent of
gross salaries, wages, commissioners or other
compensation due by such employer to each such
employee and shall, on or before the last day of
April, July, October and January of each year
after the effective date of this chapter, make a
return and pay to the Tax Commissioner the amount
of taxes so deducted during the preceding calendar
quarter. Such return shall be on a form or forms
prescribed by or acceptable to the Tax
Commissioner and shall be subject to the rules
and regulations prescribed therefor by the Tax
Commissioner.
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Page 3 of 4
Section II:
b) Each employer in collecting such tax shall be
deemed to hold the same, until payment is made by
such employer to the Municipality, as a trustee
for the benefit of the Municipality, and any such
tax collected by such employer from his employees
shall, until the same is paid to the Municipality,
be deemed a trust fund in the hands of such
employer. Each employer shall be liable for the
payment of the tax required to be deducted and
withheld, whether or not such tax, in fact, has
been withheld.
C) It shall be the responsibility, jointly and
severally, of the president and treasurer of each
corporation required to withhold the tax from
wages of its employees under this section to see
that all such taxes so withheld are paid to the
Municipality in accordance with the provisions of
this section. In the event taxes withheld by a
corporation from the salaries of its employees
are not paid to the Municipality in accordance
with the provisions of this section, the
president and treasurer of such corporation shall
be criminally liable under the provisions of
Sections 171. 21 and 171. 99.
d) On or before April 30 of each year, each
employer shall file a withholding return on a form
or forms prescribed by and obtainable from the
Tax Commissioner, setting forth the names and
addresses of all employees from whose compensation
the tax was withheld during the preceding calendar
year, and the amount of tax withheld 'from the
listed employees
be required by the
and such other information as may
rules and regulations adopted
by the Tax Commissioner.
e) Provided, however, that no person shall be
required to withhold the tax on the wages or other
compensation paid domestic servants employed
exclusively in or about such person' s residence.
However, such domestic servants shall be
responsible for filing and paying their own
returns and taxes.
That effective January 1, 1987, Section 171. 03,
Section 171. 07 and Section 171. 10 of the Codified
Ordinances of the Village of Granville are
repealed, provided, however, that no provision of
this ordinance, including the repeal of those
sections shall in any way effect any rights or
obligations of the Village, any taxpayer, or any
person, official or entity, with respect to the
tax in effect through December 31, 1986.
Ordinance No. 18-86
Page 4 of 4
Section III:
Section IV:
Passed this
Attest:
It is determined that all formal actions of this
Council concerning and relating to the passage of
this ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of
this Council, and that all deliberations of this
Council and of any of its committees that resulted
in such formal action were in meetings open to the
public in compliance with all legal requirements,
including Section 121. 22, Ohio Revised Code.
That this ordinance shall take effect upon the
earliest date permitted by law.
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of
Mayor
1986.
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council, of the Village of Granville, Granville,
Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and exact copy
of Ordinance No. 18-86, introduced August 11, 1986, by Village Council.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council

Ordinance 17-1986

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 337 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF
THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE PROHIBITING THE OPERATION OF OR RIDING
IN A MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT WEARING AN OCCUPANT RESTRAINING DEVICE
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE OHIO:
Section I: That section 337. 27 of the Code of Ordinances of
Granville, Ohio is hereby established as follows:
337. 27 DRIVERS AND PASSENGERS REQUIRED TO
WEAR SEAT BELTS; PENALTY.
a) As used in this section:
1) Automobile" means any commercial
tractor, passenger car, commercial car or
truck that is required to be factory-equipped
with an occupant restraining device for the
operator or any passenger by regulations adopted
by the United States Secretary of Transportation
pursuant to the "National Traffic and Motor
Vehicle Safety Act of 1966,"80 Stat. 719, 15
U. S. C.A. 1392.
2) Occupant restraining device" means a
seat safety belt, shoulder belt, harness, or other
safety device for restraining a person who is an
operator of or passenger in an automobile and that
satisfies the minimum Federal vehicle safety
standards established by the United States Department
of Transportation.
3) Passenger" means any person in an automobile,
other than its operator, who is occupying
a seating position for which an occupant restraining
device is provided.
4) Commercial tractor,"p a"ssenger car, W
and "Commercial, car" have the same meaning as
provided in Ohio Revised Code 4501. 01.
5) Vehicle" and "motor vehicle,"as used
in the definitions of the terms set forth in
subsection (a) (4) hereof, have the same meaning
as provided in Chapter 301.
b) No person shall do either of the following:
1) Operate an automobile on any street or
highway unless he is wearing all of the available
elements of a properly adjusted occupant restraining
device, or operate a school bus that has an
occupant restraining device installed for use in
its operator' s seat unless he is wearing all of
the available elements of the device, as properly
adjusted;
2) Occupy, as a passenger, a seating
position on the front seat of an automobile being
operated on any street or highway unless he is
wearing all of the available elements of a
properly adjusted occupant restraining device.
ORDINANCE NO. 17-86
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Page 2
C) Subsection (b) (3) hereof does not apply to a
person who is required by Section 337. 26 to be
secured in a child restraint device. Subsection
b) (1) hereof does not apply to a person who is
an employee of the United States Postal Service or
ofa newspaper home delivery service, during any
period in which the person is engaged in the
operation of an automobile to deliver mail or
newspapers to addresses. Subsection (b) (1) and
2) hereof do not apply to a person who has an
affidavit signed by a physician licensed to
practice in this State under Ohio Revised Code
Chapter 4731, or a Chiropractor licensed to
practice in this State under Ohio Revised Code
Chapter 4734 that states that the person has a
physical impairment that makes use of an occupant
restraining device impossible or impractical.
Subsection (b) of this section does not apply to
an operator of or a passenger in an automobile who
is protected by an automatic air cushion restraint
system.
d) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the
contrary, no law enforcement officer shall cause
an operator of an automobile being operated on any
street or highway to stop the automobile for the
sole purpose of determining whether a violation of
Subsection (b) hereof has been or is being
committed or for the sole purpose of issuing a
ticket, citation, or summons for such a violation
or for causing the arrest of or commencing a
prosecution of a person for such violation, and
no law enforcement officer shall view the interior
or visually inspect any automobile being operated
on any street or highway for the sole purpose of
determining whether such a violation has been or
is being committed.
e) All fines collected for violations of subsection
(b) hereof shall be forwarded to the
Treasurer of State for deposit in the Seat Belt
Education Special Account.
f) A court in which a charge against a person
for violation of subsection (b) hereof is pending
shall dismiss the charge, and shall waive
any fine if the person proves to the court, by
a preponderance of the evidence, that he, before
the scheduled court appearance indicated on the
citation issued tohim, viewed one of the films or
videotapes prepared or acquired by the Department
of Highway Safety as part of its seat belt
education program. In coordination with the
Department of Highway safety' s seat belt safety
program, a court charged with enforcement of subsection
(b) hereof shall advise persons charged
with a violation of subsection (b) hereof of
opportunities for viewing the films or videotapes.
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Page 3
A court in which a charge against a person
for violation of subsection (b) hereof is pending
shall not dismiss the charge and shall impose the
fine levied by subsection (h) or (i) hereof if
either of the following applies:
1) The defendent fails to appear at the
scheduled court appearance and is
convicted of the offense;
2) The defendent fails to prove by a preponderance
of the evidence, that he
has viewed a seat belt education film or
videotape in accordance with this
section and is convicted of the offense.
g) A person' s failure to wear all of the available
elements of a properly adjusted occupant
restraining device or to ensure that each
passenger of an automobile being operated by the
person is wearing all of the available elements of
of such a device, in violation of subsection (b)
hereof, shall not be considered or used as
evidence of negligence or contributory negligence,
shall not diminish recovery for damages in any
civil action involving the person arising from the
ownership, maintenance or operation of an
automobile, shall not be used as a basis for a
criminal prosecution of the person other than a
prosecution for a violation of this section, and
shall not be admissible as evidence in any civil
or criminal action involving the person other than
a prosecution for a violation of subsection (b)
hereof. (ORC 4513. 263)
h) Whoever violates subsection (b) (1) hereof
shall be fined twenty dollars (2$0.00).
ORC 4513. 99(F))
i) Whoever violates subsection (b)( 2) hereof
shall be fined ten (1$0.00).O R(C 4513. 99(H))
j) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the
contrary, no person who at any time before
July 6, 1986, violates subsection (b) hereof shall
be issued a ticket, citation or summons in
relation to the violation or be arrested for the
violation. Instead, the person shall be issued a
written warning that may contain a summary of the
prohibitions and the dismissal and waiver provisions
contained in subsection (f) hereof, may
explain that the person was in violation of one or
more of those prohibitions but is not being
charged with any offense arising out of that
violation or those violations, and may contain a
warning that indicates that any person who
violates any of those prohibitions on or after
July 6, 1986, will be charged with and prosecuted
for an offense arising out of the violation.
Ordinance No. 17-86
Page 4
Section II:
Passed this
This ordinance shall take effect and be in force
from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
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Clib4,Q. 1/U))L Clerk of tounciI
Approved as to form:
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Law Director
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Ordinance 16-1986

ORDINANCE NO. 16-86
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AN ORDINANCE TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE MEMBERS OF THE
BEECHWOODTH/ ORNEWOOD ASSOCIATION, TO REPEAL RESOLUTION 842-2 AND
ORDINANCE 24-84 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS:
1. The Village and the Members of the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association
have negotiated a settlement concerning the proposed assessments for the
improvement of Beechwood and Thornewood Drives; and
and
2. Said Settlement requires the execution of a Mutual Release of Claims;
3. A petition has been filed pursuant to Section 723. 04 of the Ohio
Revised Code for the vacation of Beechwood Drive and a section of Thornewood
Drive by the adjacent property owner; and
4. Written consent to said vacation has been filed by all of the adjacent
property owners; and
5. The Council of' the Village of Granville has adopted Ordinance 14-86
vacating said streets; and
6. The members of the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association have agreed to
dismiss Cases #84-L-78458 and #84-L-78504 upon payment by the Village of the
sum of $25, 000 and upon the repeal of Resolution 84-22 and Ordinance 24-84; and
7. The Council has introduced Ordinance 15-86 to reappropriate monies in
the Revenue Sharing Fund to provide for the settlement and to authorize the
payment thereof;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: Resolution 84-22 and Ordinance 24-84 are hereby
repealed; and
Section II: If no referendum petition is filed as to Ordinance
14-86, 15-86 or 16-86 pursuant to Chapter 731 of
the Ohio Revised Code, upon the expiration of the
time period within which a referendum petition
could be filed as to those ordinances, the Manager
is hereby authorized and directed to executed the
Mutual Release of Claims attached as Exhibit A on
behalf of the Village; and
Section III. This ordinance is declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the immediate preservation of
c the public health and safety of this Village, and
for the purpose of implementing the settlement of
pending litigation against the Village, and
provided this ordinance receives the affirmative
vote of 5 members elected or appointed to council,
it shall be full force and effect on the earliest
date permitted by the Charter of the Village.
Passed this (2= dayo,198.F.
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Clerk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
AA*o¢*UL_
Law Director
BY:
ST:
EXHIBIT A
MUTUAL RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
This Agreement made and concluded at Granville, Ohio, effective this day
of 1986 by and between the Village of Granville, Ohio, an Ohio
Municipal Corporation and the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association, an unincorporated
association, consisting of Julius W. Blum, Carolyn A. Blum, Kennard B. Bork,
Katherine 0. Bork, William H. Overholser, Theresa S. Overholser, Charles Wagner,
Audrey J. Wagner, William H. Scheer, Robert F. Sylvester, Jr., Phyllis E.
Sylvester, Priscilla Ballard-Pfalzer, Jean-Claude Pollet, Linda B. Pollet, Beverly
A. Handel, Harry Winter, Nancy B. Karlsberger, H. Jack Donald, Hazel B. Donald,
Edward Erle Richards, III, Sheila A. Richards, Mark A. Schuetz and Veronica B.
Schuetz, said members signing this Agreement as members of said Association and
individually.
WITNESSETH:,THAT:
WHEREAS, the Village had previously passed legislation to improve Beechwood
and Thornewood Drives by levying assessments against the property owners; and
WHEREAS, the members of the Association have filed two lawsuits to halt the
levying of said assessments, said suits being pending in Common Pleas Court of
Licking County, Ohio as cases numbered 84-L-78458 and 84-L-78504; and
WHEREAS, the Village has rescinded the assessments and has passed legislation
to vacate Beechwood and Thornewood Drives; and
WHEREAS, said parties have agreed to compromise and adjust all of said
controversies and differences, the initial steps of which compromise require the
vacation, the payment by the Village to the Association or its designee of the sum
of Twenty Five Thousand Dollars (2$5, 000. 00) and the dismissal of the lawsuits;
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of said Agreement, of the payment of said sum
of Twenty Five Thousand Dollars (2$5, 000.00)t,he passage of the vacation ordinance
and the dismissal of the lawsuits, the receipt and adequacy of which consideration
is mutually acknowledged, each of the parties hereto does hereby release and
forever discharge the other, their respective heirs, executors, administrators,
successors and assigns from any and all claims, demands, damages, actions and
causes Of action wha tsoever, past, present and future, arising out of the
condition, maintenance, construction and reconstruction of the roadways known as
Beechwood and Thornewood Drives.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hand on the dates
opposite their signature below:
SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF:
as to 1
THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO,
an Ohio Municipal Corporation
BY: Date
as to 1
1
as to BEECHWOODTH/ ORNEWOOD ASSOCIATION
as to
as to
as to
as to
as to
as to
as to
Date
Date
Julius W. Blum, individually
Date
Carolyn A. Blum, individually
Date
Kennard B. Bork, individually
Date
Katherine 0. Bork, individually
Date 7
William H. Overholser, individually
Date 8
Theresa S. Overholser, individually
Date
Charles Wagner, individually
Date
Audrey J. Wagner, individually
Date
William H. Scheer, individually
Robert F. Sylvester Jr
Date 12
individually
Date 13
Phyllis E. Sylvester, individually
Date 14
Priscilla Ballard-Pfalzer, individually
Date 15
Jean-Claude Pollet, individually
Date
Linda B. Pollet, individually
Date
Beverly A. Handel, individually
Harry Winter, individually
Date
Date 19
Nancy B. Karlsberger, individually
Date
H. Jack Donald, individually
Date
Hazel B. Donald, individually
Date 22
Edward Erle Richards, III, individually
Date 23
Sheila A. Richards, individually
Date
Mark A. Schuetz, individually
Date 25
Veronica B. Schuetz, individually
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Ordinance 15-1986

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AN ORDINANCE TO REAPPROPRIATE MONIES IN THE REVENUE SHARING FUND.
Providing For Adjustments Of the Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1986.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article
II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village
Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the
fiscal year beginning January 1, 1986 and ending December 31,
1986, and;
WHEREAS, legal obligations previously unforseen have arisen as a
result of lawsuits brought by the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association,
and;
WHEREAS, in settlement of said lawsuits the Village of Granville
has agreed to pay to the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association the
sum of $25, 000, and;
WHEREAS, the Revenue Sharing Fund can be reappropriated to meet
such demands.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Ohio, that:
Section
Section II:
I: The sum of $25,000 be reappropriated from
Account No. B7-6-A250, Street Improvements,
to Account No. B7-7-L230, Settlement of
Legal Claims, in the Revenue Sharing Fund.
The Manager be, and he is hereby, authorized
and directed to make payment of said monies
to the Beechwood/ Thornewood Association as
settlement of Cases Numbered 84-L-78458 and
84-L-78504 in the Common Pleas Court of
Licking County.
Section III: This ordinance shall be in full force and
effect on the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this ILHAD
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Clerk of- Council
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Approved as to form:
Law Director
day 03-9-
x 1986.
ORDINANCE NO. 15-86

Ordinance 14-1986

ORDINANCE NO. 14-86
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11kilds·# AN ORDINANCE TO VACATE BEECHWOOD DRIVE AND A SECTION OF THORNEWOOD
DRIVE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS:
1. On June 18, 1986, a petition by persons owning lots in the immediate
vicinity of Beechwood Drive and Thornewood Drive from the intersection of
Thornewood Drive and Edgewood Drive to the intersection of Thornewood Drive and
Burg Street was duly presented to council praying that said streets, between
the points named, be vacated; and
2. On July 2, 1986, written consent to vacation of streets was duly
presented to the council signed by all of the adjacent property owners to the
hereinafter described portion of said streets, said consent being filed
pursuant to Section 723. 06 of the Ohio Revised Code; and
3. Council, upon hearing, is satisfied that there is good cause for such
vacation as prayed for, that it will not be detrimental to the general
interest, and ought to be made;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,
Ohio, that:
Section I: All of Beachwood Drive from the northern edge of
the intersection with Edgewood Drive and that
portion of Thornewood Drive from the eastern edge
of the intersection with Edgewood Drive to the
south property line of Lot 8, extended easterly to
the line of Lot 9, in the Thornewood Subdivision,
said streets and portions thereof to be vacated
being marked in Exhibit A attached hereto and made
a part hereof, be, and the same hereby are vacated.
Section II: This Ordinance is declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the immediate preservation of
the public health and safety of this Village, and
for the further purpose of implementing the
settlement Of pending litigation against the
Village, and providing that this Ordinance receives
the affirmative vote of 5 members elected or
appointed to Council, it shall be in full force and
effect on the earliest dated permitted by the
Charter of the Village.
Passed this day of
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Ordinance 13-1986

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 23-85 AND
APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
IN THE SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND.
Providing For Adjustment Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1986 And To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations
Arising From The Need To Design A Sewer Lift Station To Service
Granville South.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of Article
II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village
Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the
fiscal year beginning January 1, 1986 and ending December 31,
1986, and;
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1986
but did not include provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Ohio, that:
Section
Section II:
Passed this
I The sum of $6000, be and hereby is appropriated
to Account No. E92-5-I-250 in the Sewer Capital
Improvement Fund.
This ordinance shall be in full force and effect
on the earliest date permitted by the Charter of
the Village.
liD7ktj
Attest: <
5CAleArU.kAoLfD C i Ao ,u U n .,d M-i l , UD./
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day/--' Mayor
1986.
ORDINANCE NO. 13-86

Ordinance 12-1986

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BY: .
2.PCAMAOZ
ORDINANCE NO. 12-86
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE ESTABLISHING PARKING REGULATIONS AND TO
REPEAL EXISTING SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO, that:
Section
10)
11)
I: Section 351. 15 of the Code of Ordinances
of Granville, Ohio, is hereby amended as follows:
351. 15 PROHIBITED AND RESTRICTED PARKING AREAS.
a) No person shall stand or park a vehicle, except when
necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic, with the
provisions of this Traffic Code or in compliance with the
direction of a police officer or a traffic control device in
any of the following places:
1) On any portion of E. Broadway east of the east
line of Granger Street or on W. Broadway from a
point 200 feet west of the west line of Plum
Street if such west line of Plum Street be
extended southerly across Broadway and thence to the west.
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
2) On the west or north side of Locust Place.
3) On the north side:-of Summit Street from the west
line of N. Granger Street west for a distance of
30 feet.
4) On the east side of North Granger Street from point a 54 feet north of Broadway, north to a point
126 feet north of Broadway, for a continuous
period of more than two hours between the hours of
8: 00 a.m. and 6: 00 p.m..
5)>On the west side of N. Granger Street from E.
Broadway to Cedar Street.
6) On the south side of E. and W. Elm Street between
S. Cherry Street and S. Prospect Street on the
north side of E. Elm Street between S. Prospect Street and S. Pearl Street.
7) On the west side of S. Pearl Street.
8) On both sides of Parnassus drive from E. Broadway to Sinnett Avenue.
9) On the east side of S. Main Street from the south
line of the Municipal Building to the south corporation limits.
On the alley that lies between S. Cherry Street and S. Mulberry Street.
On the east and west sides of N. Pearl Street
between E. Broadway and the north corporation
limits of the Municipality.
On the south side of Summit Street between N.
Granger and N. Pearl Street.
On the west side of Mulberry Street between W. Cbllege Street and W. Elm Street and on the east side of Plum Street between W. Broadway and W. College Street.
Between Prospect Street and Library Court on the south side of E. Broadway for a period longer than fifteen minutes between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6: 00 p.m..
On the north side of College Street from the east corporation line to Thresher Street.
On either side of Burg Street from W. College Street to the corporation line.
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17) On the west side of Thresher Street from
W. Broadway north to W. College Street.
18) On either side of Cherry Street.
19) On the south side of Munson Street.
20) On either side of E. Broadway between Main Street
and Library Court and on N. Prospect Street
between E. College Street and E. Broadway and
E. Elm Street for a period longer than two hours
between the hours of 8: 00 a.m. and 6: 00 p.m..
21) On the east side of S. Prospect Street from E.
Broadway south to E. Elm Street.
22) On the south side of Summit Street from Prospect
Street to Pearl Street to Pearl Street and the
west side of N. Prospect Street from College to
Summit Street.
23) On the north side of E. Broadway from the
intersection of Pearl Street to the intersection
of Granger Street and on the south side of E.
Broadway between the intersection of Library Court
and a point 330 feet east of the east line of
Pearl street for a continuous period of more than
two hours between the hours of 8: 00 a.m. and
6: 00 p.m..
24) On the north side of W. Maple Street between the
intersection of Plum Street and a point 140 feet
east of the intersection.
b) No person shall be permitted to park during school days
on the following named streets:
Section II:
Section III:
Section IV:
Passed this
1) On the east side of N. Granger Street from Summit
Street to the northernmost door of the
Granville Elementary School except to embark
or disembark passengers.
2) On the east side of N. Granger Street from a point
126 feet north of the north side of Broadway to
College Street except to embark or disembark
passengers.
That existing Section 351. 15 of the Code of
Ordinances is hereby repealed.
That the parking regulations herein set forth
will be in effect August 2, 1986.
That this ordinance shall take effect and be
in force from and after the earliest date
allowed by law.
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12-86
Law Director

Ordinance 11-1986

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 16-76
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, THAT:
Section I:
The following sub-sections of Ordinance 16-76 are hereby repealed:
a) Article 16(2)a() Permitted Uses, Village Residential District (1);
b) Article 16(2) (b) Conditional Uses, Village Residentlial District (1) ;
c) Article 16 (2) (b) Conditional Uses, Village Residential District (2) ;
d) Article 16 (2) (b) Conditional Uses, Village Business District (1) ;
e) Article 16 (2) (b) Conditional Uses, Village Business District (4) ;
f) Article 18(2) (a) (1).
Section II:
Ordinance 16-76 is hereby amended by adding thereto the following subsections:
a)
b)
Section III;
Article 16 (2) (a) Permitted Uses, Village Residential District (1) :
Single Family and accessory uses incidental thereto, such as garages. Article 18( 2) (A) (1) : Single Family Dwellings, subject to the
requirements listed below.
This Ordinance shall take
by law.
Attest:
Passed this fttu
day
LQU ,- Clerk of Counci
Approved as to form:
h%49*CLAL
Law Director
effect from and after the earliest date allowed
1986.
19- ·,fULd
Maybr 1 -- 7
ORDINANCE NO. 11 -86
BY:
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Ordinance 10-1986

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 23-85 AND APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES IN THE EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND.
Providing For Adjustments oF The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1986 And To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations From
The Need To Obtain Recording Equipment.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. 08 of
Article II of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the
Village Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for
the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1986, and ending
December 31, 1986, and;
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year
1986 but did not include provisions for expenditures for sums
hereafter;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Ohio, that:
Section
Section II:
Passed this
I: The sum of $695. 00, be and hereby is
appropriated to Account F2-7-A-250, in
the Equipment Reserve Fund.
This ordinance shall be in full force
and effect on the earliest date permitted
by the Charter of the Village.
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Attest:
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Clerk of S(un61-1
Alfrnd:
day of QLe» 1986.
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ORDINANCE NO. 10-86

Ordinance 09-1986

ORDINANCE NO. 9-86
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 14-84
ESTABLISHING SEWER REGULATIONS AND CHARGES AND TO
REPEAL THE EXISTING SECTION IV.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Gtanville,
Ohio:
Section I: That Section IV of Ordinance No. 14-84 is
hereby repealed.
Sanitary Sewer System Capacity Charges.
That a system capacity charge shall be made for
each new sanitary sewer connection to any
property for which a zoning or building permit
is issued after the date of passage of this
ordinance; and shall be paid at the time the
connection permit is issued for a service. This
charge shall be in addition to any other' fees or
charges made for sanitary sewer connections.
a) Prohibition.
No person, firm or corporation shall make a
sanitary sewer connection or any part thereof to
the sanitary sewer system of the Village of
Granville, Ohio, unless he or they have been
issued a permit therefor by the Village.
b) Rates
The Village Clerk is hereby authorized and
directed to make a Sanitary Sewer System Capacity
Charge whenever an application is made for
sanitary sewage collection service from a
structure (s) or units whenever such property is
or may be serviced by a sanitary sewer connection
line connected to a tributary directly indirectly or to any public sanitary sewer built by
or under the supervision of the Village.
These charges shall be according to the size
of water main tap that supplies water to the
structure (s) or units.
c) Charges And Rates Within The Village.
The charges and rates to be made within the
Village shall be as follows:
Water Tap Diameter Capacity Charge*
3/4"
1"
1-1/2"
2"
3"
500. 00
850. 00
1912. 00
3400. 00
7650. 00
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Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
est:
erk o COUn 1
850. 00 per inch diameter (d2) or $500. 00,
whichever is greater.)
Sewer capacity charge shall not, include
fire suppression system sizing. -
In the event a water main tap is enlarged,
the charge difference between the two diameter
sizes shall be paid.
Sanitary sewer service connection lines for
all commercial and industrial units must be
approved by the Village Engineer.
d) Where water services or a determined portion
of a water service is installed for fire
protection, no normal use of sanitary sewers would
be anticipated and therefore no sanitary sewer
capacity charges would be levied on those lines or
parts used solely for those purposes.
That existing Section IV of Ordinance No. 14-84 is
hereby repealed.
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest date allowed by
law.
Att>
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of 7/-1986.
Mayorv
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Ordinance 08-1986

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BY3: ,6283=,
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 ORDINANCES.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio:
Section I: That Sections 925. 07 and 925. 13 of the Code of
Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, are hereby
amended as follows:
925. 07 e.
1. When multi-family or multi-unit structures are
to be constructed and individual metering is
requested, each unit shall have a separate tap
into the water main, water meter, and curb valve.
The water capacity fee shall be paid to the
Village based upon the size of water tap serving
each unit. Easements must be provided as required
by the Division of Water.
2. When multi-family or multi-unit structures are
to be constructed and one central meter is
requested to serve those units or structures, and
a single tap will be required,·the curb valve and
meter are to be installed as close as is possible
to the water main tap serving the premises. The
water capacity fee shall be paid to the Village
based upon the size of the water main tap serving
the premises. Easements must be provided as
required by the Division of Water. Proper tap
size and number of units/ structures to be served
shall be approved by the Division of Water.
925. 13 Capacity Payment.
A water system capacity charge shall be paid to
the Village whenever an application is made for a
water service to a structure or whenever such
property is or may be serviced by a service branch
connected to a main water line built by or under
the direction and/ or supervision of the Village of
Granville.
A. CAPACITY FEE RATES
1) Capacity fees shall be as follows:
Water Tap Diameter (d)* Capacity Charges
3/4"
1"
1-1/2"
2"
3"
500. 00
850. 00
1912. 00
3400. 00
7650. 00
50805. 000.0,0wpheicrheinvcehr disiameter squared (d2) or greater.)
2) In the event a water line tap is enlarged,
the fee difference between the two diameter
sizes shall be paid to the Village.
ORDINANCE NO. 8-86
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Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
3) Any water tap line larger than those set forth
herein shall be subject of a special action
by Village Council prior to issuance of a
connection permit.
4) Capacity charges for standby services where
connection permits are granted solely for fire
protection shall be based on tap size. In the
event a tap is subsequently enlarged, the
difference between the two tap sizes shall be
paid. Charges are as follows:
Tap Diameter Capacity Charge
550. 00
1250. 00
2200. 00
5000. 00
5) Any connection size larger than set forth
heroin mhall be the subject of a opecial
action by Council prior to the issuance of a
connection permit.
That existing Sections 925. 07e and 925. 13 of the
Code of Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, are hereby repealed.
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:
Law Director
day of - 1986.
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