Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 15-1987

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BY:
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES TO BE IMPLEMENTED
IN DEALING WITH DISASTERS AND EMERGENCIES, KNOWN AS
THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE EMERGENCYD/ISASTER PLAN.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that:
Section I: Adoption of Disaster Plan.
A certain document, being marked and designated
Village of Granville EmergencyD/ isaster Plan, a
copy of which is attached hereto and made a
part hereof, marked as Exhibit "A",is hereby
adopted as the Village EmergencyD/ isaster Plan.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in force
from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this 7-CL
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of
MayQV l
1987.
ORDINANCE NO. 15-87
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE EMERGENCY/ DISASTER ELBN
THE VICLAGE OF GRANVILLE EMERGENCY/ DISASTER PLAN IS INTENDED
TO PROVIDE GUIDANCE TO THOSE PERSONS MANAGING EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS AND TO ACT AS A RESOURCE FOR USE DURING AN EMERGENCY
SITUATION. INCLUDED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS INFORMATION ON: LOCATIONS
OF STAGING AREAS. TEMPORARY HOUSING, TRANSPORTATION.
COMMUNICATION NETWORKS, AND PROCEDURES FOR THE SHUTDOWN OF RESIDENTIAL UTILITIES.
AN "EMERGENCY/ DISASTER" INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO,
ACTUAL OR THREATENED ATTACK, CIVIL DISTURBANCE, HAZARDOUS
MATERIALS INCIDENT, EXTRAORDINARY FIRE, SEVERE WEATHER. EPIDEMIC.
OR OTHER IMPENDING SITUATION ENDANGERING CONSTITUTED LIVES OR PROPERTY, OR GOVERNMENT.
A STATE OF EMERGENCY WILL HAVE TO BE DECLARED BY THE tLEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE. A DELEGATE, OR PERSON WITHIN THE CHAIN OF COMMAND PRIOR TO IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS PLAN. THE AUTHORITY SHALL NOTIFY THE CITIZENS OF GRANVILLE
THAT THE PLAN IS AVAILABLE TO THEM AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
IN THE EVENT THAT ACTIVATION OF THIS PLAN BECOMES NECESSARY, OPERATIONAL DECISIONS SHALL BE GOVERNED BY THE FOLLOWING PRIORITIES:
1. PRESERVATION OF LIVES,
2. PROTECTION OF PROPERTY.
3. MINIMIZATION OF HARDSHIPS,
4. NORMALIZATION OF COMMUNITY LIFE.
INITIAL ACTION TO BE TAKEN:
1. THE VILLAGE MANAGER AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMITTEE MEMBERS SHALL MEET TO ASSESS THE SITUATION AND ADVISE THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL. THE COUNCIL SHALL CONVENE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO ENACT APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.
2. IF WARRANTED. THE LOCAL HEAD OF GOVERNMENT OR DELEGATE DECLARES A STATE OF EMERGENCY. THIS PERSON MAY REQUEST AID FROM THE STATE OF OHIO AFTER ALL LOCAL RESOURCES HAVE BEEN EXHAUSTED.
3. THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER COORDINATOR WILL COMMUNICATE WITH LICKING COUNTY DISASTER SERVICES, PUBLIC UTILITIES, AND OTHER APPROPRIATE AGENCIES WHOSE SERVICES MAY BE NEEDED. SEE ATTACHMENT "A" (page 8) FOR LISTINGS.
revised: 04/22/87)
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IMPLEMENTATION.
SEE ATTACHMENT "B" (page 16) / VILLAGE ADMINISTRATIVE FLOW CHART
5. THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER COORDINATOR SHALL REFER TO
CHECK LIST OF THINGS TO DO.
SEE ATTACHMENT "C page 17) / CHECK LIST.
EMERGENCY OEER-AILONS CENIER XEDCl-
AN EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER WILL BE ESTABLISHED WITHIN
THE VILLAGE OFFICES AT 118 S. MAIN ST. AND WILL BE MANNED ON A
24-HOUR BASIS. A SECONDARY LOCATION FOR THE EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER WILL BE THE GRANVILLE WATER PLANT ON OLD COLUMBUS
RD. OR THE GRANVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT AT 133 N. PROSPECT
ST..THE USE OF THE SECONDARY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER WILL BE
CONTINGENT UPON THE ABILITY OF THE PRIMARY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
CENTER TO FUNCTION.
THE OBJECTIVE OF THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IS TO
ASSIST IN THE COORDINATION OF ALL COMMUNITY RESOURCES IN THE
EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY SITUATION. THE VILLAGE MANAGER SHALL HAVE CONTROL OF AND THE
RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE OVERALL OPERATION OF THE EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER. HE WILL MAINTAIN DIRECT SUPERVISION OVER ALL
OPERATING DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES INVOLVED WITH THE SITUATION.
IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY/ DISASTER. ALL EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER PERSONNEL AND ALL VILLAGE EMPLOYEES SHALL
REPORT TO THEIR RESPECTIVE DUTY STATIONS. ALL EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER PERSONNEL WILL REMAIN CONFINED TO THE EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR TOUR OF DUTY.
COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITIES EBQM IBE EMERGENCY QEEBAIIONS CENI-EBi
COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITIES AVAILABLE AT THE EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER INCLUDE EMERGENCY POWER, A POLICE BAND RADIO BASE STATION, AND POLICE BAND MOBILE RADIO WITH THE CAPABILITY OF CONVERTING TO A BASE STATION. SEE ATTACHMENT "A" (page 8).BACKUP
POLICE BAND BASE STATIONS ARE LOCATED AT THE WATER PLANT (OLD COLUMBUS RD.,GRANVILLE)T.HE GRANVILLE SERVICE DEPARTMENT (1833 LANCASTER RD..GRANVILLE)T,HE CONVERSION OF THE GRANVILLE POLICE CRUISER, AND THE COUNTY DISASTER SERVICES COMMUNICATIONS VEHICLE.
CITIZENS BAND (CB) RADIOS ARE LOCATED AT THE GRANVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND VILLAGE HALL FOR MONITORING CB CHANNEL 9# DURING EMERGENCIES.
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DISASTER/ EMERGENCY WARNING SYSTEMi
WHEN AN EMERGENCY IS IMMINENT GRANVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT
PERSONNEL WILL ATTEMPT TO ACTIVATE THE DISASTER WARNING SIREN
USING THE ENCODER AT THE FIRE STATION. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS FOR
ALERTING COMMUNITY RESIDENTS MIGHT INCLUDE ACTIVATING THE
EMERGENCY BROADCAST SYSTEM (EBS) ON PUBLIC RADIO AND/ OR
BROADCASTING TELEVISION WARNING ANNOUNCEMENTS. THE EBS RADIO
STATION FOR THIS AREA IS WXGT RADIO IN COLUMBUS. SEE ATTACHMENT
A" (page 8) FOR TELEPHONE NUMBER.
EACH MEMBER OF THE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS COMMITTEE SHALL CONTACT
THE GRANVILLE POLICE DISPATCHER UPON NOTIFICATION OF THE WARNING.
TELEPHONE LINE FOR CITIZEN INFORMATION:
A TELEPHONE FOR CITIZEN INFORMATION SHALL BE PROVIDED AT THE
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT. THE NUMBER IS: 587- 0707.
THE VILLAGE MANAGER OR HIS DELEGATE SHALL ACT AS PUBLIC
INFORMATION OFFICER (PIO) DURING THE EMERGENCY SITUATION.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER PERSONNEL:
THE VILLAGE MANBGER OR HIS DELEGATE SHALL EXERCISE THE
EMERGENCY POWER AND AUTHORITY NECESSARY TO FULFILL GENERAL
POWERS AND DUTIES AS DEFINED IN SECTION 4. 04 OF THE VILLAGE
CHARTER. THE JUDGEMENT OF THE VILLAGE MANAGER SHALL BE THE
SOLE CRITERIA NECESSARY TO INVOKE THESE EMERGENCY POWERS.
THE VILLAGE MANAGER. AS EXECUTIVE HEAD OF THE MUNICIPAL
GOVERNMENT, SHALL BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE CIVIL PREPAREDNESS
FORCES FOR THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE AND SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR THEIR ORGANIZATION, ADMINISTRATION, AND OPERATIONS.
CIVIL PREPAREDNESS FORCES ARE DEFINED AS THE EMPLOYEES.
EQUIPMENT. AND FACILITIES OF ALL VILLAGE DEPARTMENTS,
BOARDS, INSTITUTIONS, AND COMMISSIONS. THE CIVIL
PREPAREDNESS FORCES SHALL ALSO INCLUDE ALL VOLUNTEER
PERSONNEL. EQUIPMENT, AND FACILITIES CONTRIBUTED BY, OR
OBTAINED FROM, VOLUNTEER PERSONS AND/OR AGENCIES, WITHOUT
REMUNERATION.
SEE ATTACHMENT "B" page 16) / VILLAGE ADMINISTRATION FLOW CHART
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DURING AN EMERGENCY SITUATION THE VILLAGE MANAGER OR HIS
DELEGATE MAY EXERCISE AUTHORITY IN ENFORCING ANY OF THE
FOLLOWING REGULATIONS:
A) THOSE PROHIBITING AND/OR RESTRICTING THE MOVEMENT OF
VEHICLES.
B) THOSE PERTAINING TO THE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS FROM AREAS
DEEMED TO BE HAZARDOUS OR VULNERABLE TO THE DISASTER.
C) THOSE NECESSARY TO PRESERVE PUBLIC PEACE, HEALTH, AND SAFETY.
THE VILLAGE MANAGER OR HIS DELEGATE;
A) MAY REQUEST THE STATE OR OTHER POLITICAL SUBDIVISION TO
SEND AID TO THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, WHEN VILLAGE RESOURCES ARE NO LONGER ADEQUATE TO COPE WITH THE
EMERGENCY/ DISASTER SITUATION.
B)S.HALL OBTAIN VITAL. SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT. AND OTHER
NEEDED ITEMS BINDING THE VILLAGE FOR THE FAIR VALUE OF SAME.
2. THE VILLAGE MANAGER SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PLANNING, COORDINATION, AND OPERATION OF ACTIVITIES AND SHALL ALSO MAINTAIN LIAISON WITH AUTHORITIES OF THE STATE ANDO/R FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND NEARBY POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS.
IF THE VILLAGE MANAGER IS UNAVAILABLE, THE CHAIN OF COMMAND FOR HIS DELEGATE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS -CHIEF OF POLICE. THE FIRE CHIEF, THEN THE VILLAGE SERVICE DIRECTOR. THE DELEGATE WILL ASSUME CONTROL OF THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER.
3. THE CHIEF OF POLICE SHALL ASSUME CONTROL OF ALL INCOMING LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL AND WILL COORDINATE ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES.
SEE ATTACHMENT "A" (page 8).
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4 POLICE DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL SHALL- SERVE AS FIELD COORDINATORS,
WHEN INCOMING ASSISTANCE IS GREAT ENOUGH, AND ASSIST IN DIRECTION
AND CONTROL. OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE (BUT WILL NOT
BE LIMITED TO):
A) CONTROL OF TRAFFIC UNDER ALL CONDITIONS.
B) PROTECTION OF VITAL INSTALLATIONS, EQUIPMENT, AND
RESOURCES.
C) PROVIDE LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATION WHERE POSSIBLE.
I. E.,RADIO, TELEPHONE, COURIER AND OTHER MEANS AS
AVAILABLE BETWEEN AGENCIES FOR CONTROLLING AREAS.
D) ASSISTANCE IN THE DISSEMINATION OF MOBILE AUDIBLE
WARNING UNITS, PERSONAL CONTACT, OR OTHER AVAILABLE
MEANS.
5. THE FIRE CHIEF OR HIS DELEGATE SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
COORDINATING EMERGENCY SCENE ACTIVITIES INCLUDING EMERGENCY
MEDICAL CARE. SEE ATTACHMENT "A" (page 8).
6. THE SERVICE DIRECTOR SHALL OPERATE FROM THE EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER. HE WILL ASSUME CONTROL OF ALL INCOMING
UTILITY AND SERVICE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT, I. E..OHIO
POWER CO.,ALLTEL TELEPHONE CO.,COLUMBIA GAS, AND CONTRACT PERSONNEL FROM "OPERATION BULLDOZER".
SERVICE DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL SHALL FOLLOW STANDARD OPERATING
PROCEDURES EXCEPT FOR THOSE SITUATIONS INVOLVING MAJOR DECISONS.
THESE DECISIONS SHALL BE COORDINATED THROUGH THE SERVICE
DIRECTOR. OR HIS DELEGATE AT THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER.
SEE ATTACHMENT "D" (page18) .
THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT SHALL ASSESS THE DAMAGE TO PUBLIC
UTILITIES, STREETS, REQUIRED BRIDGES, STRUCTURES ETC.,AND TAKE ACTION AS BY THE SITUATION.
SEE ATTACHMENT D" " (page 18) AND "F" (page 2CI)NF)O/RMATION FOR TERMINATION OF RESIDENTIAL UTILITIES.
7. THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL MAY CONVENE TO PERFORM THEIR
LEGISLATIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE POWERS AS THE SITUATION DEMANDS. NOTHING IN THIS PLAN SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS
ABRIDGING OR CURTAILING THE POWERS OR RESTRICTIONS OF THE MAYOR AND VILLAGE COUNCIL AS DEFINED IN ARTICLE 2 OF THE VILLAGE CHARTER.
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TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SHELTERS (TES) HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED IN AND
AROUND THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE FOR THOSE PERSONS DISPLACED BY
THE EMERGENCY/ DISASTER SITUATION. WHENEVER POSSIBLE. CITIZENS
ARE ENCOURAGED TO ARRANGE FOR HOUSING WITH OTHER MEMBERS OF THEIR
FAMILIES OR WITH FRIENDS OUTSIDE THE DISASTER AREA IN LIEU OF
USING THE TES.
TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SHELTERS WILL BE STAFFED BY THE LOCAL
CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS. A SHELTER MANAGER SHALL BE
APPOINTED BY THE RED CROSS AND THIS PERSON SHALL OVERSEE ALL
SHELTER OPERATIONS. WHERE MORE THAN ONE SHELTER IS IN OPERATION.
A LIST OF THE TES MANAGERS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS CENTER . ALL COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE SHELTER(S)
SHALL BE THROUGH THE TES MANAGER(S).
LQQAIIONS QE ERIMABY IES AND @IA@ING AREAS
FOUR PRIMARY SHELTER/ STAGING AREAS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED FOR THE GRANVILLE VILLAGE AREA. INITIALLY THESE SHALL BE UTILIZED AS
STAGING AREAS FOR EVACUEES UNTIL THE RED CROSS HAS BEEN APPRAISED
OF THE SITUATION (BY THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER) AND THEY HAVE ESTABLISHED A SUITABLE TES. UPON INITIATION OF AN
EVACUATION, CITIZENS AND THOSE PROVIDING ADDITIONAL
TRANSPORTATION FOR THE EVACUEES SHALL BE ADVISED AS TO WHICH STAGING AREA THEY ARE TO REPORT. IT IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE SHELTER THAT THE LOCATION WILL BE DIFFERENT FROM THE STAGING AREA.
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE PRIMARY SHELTERS/ TAGING AREA LOCATIONS:
NORTH OF THE VILLAGE:
1. GRANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL. NEW BURG STREET
2. DENISON UNIVERSITY FIELD HOUSE, OFF NORTH PEARL ST.
EAST OF THE VILLAGE:
1. ST. EDWARDS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 785 NEWARKG-RANVILLE RD. 2. CHURCH OF THE LATTER DAY SAINTS, 2486 NEWARKG/RANVILLE RD.
ADDITIONAL TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SHELTERS HAVE ALSO BEEN IDENTIFIED IN AND AROUND THE GRANVILLE VILLAGE AREA. THESE SHALL BE USED ON A "AS NEEDED BASIS" FOR HOUSING EVACUEES. THE RED CROSS SHALL ACTIVATE AND MANAGE THESE TES LOCATIONS ONLY AS THEY ARE NEEDED.
SEE ATTACHMENT E" " (page 20) FOR A COMPLETE LISTING OF TES LOCATIONS AND OIHER PERTINENT INFORMATION.
IF THE AREA OF THE EMERGENCY SITUATION IS SUCH THAT THE PRIMARY SHELTERS/TAGING AREAS IDENTIFIED ABOVE CANNOT BE USED. THE RED CROSS SHALL ADVISE THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER OF THE NEXT CLOSEST TES LOCATION THAT MAY BE UTILIZED.
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280V1@IONS FOR THE TES
PROVISIONS FOR THE TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SHELTERS, IE.,COTS,
FOOD, MEDICAL SUPPLIES, BLANKETS, CLOTHING, ETC.,WILL BE SUPPLIED
BY THE RED CROSS. IF THESE SUPPLIES ARE DEPLETED, OR ADDITIONAL
SUPPLIES ARE REQUIRED, ALL REQUESTS FOR SUCH SHALL BE MADE
THROUGH THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IN ACCORDANCE WITH
NORMAL MUNICIPAL PRACTICES.
NOTE: NO PETS SHALL BE ALLOWED AT THE SHELTER AREAS.
WHEN A GIVEN EMERGENCY DOES NOT WARRANT IMMEDIATE
EVACUATION, PERSONS REPORTING TO THE TES ARE REQUESTED TO
BRING THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL ITEMS: A PILLOW, A BLANKET,
AND ANY NECESSARY MEDICATIONS.
PROVISIONS FOR THE SICK/ELDERLY
TRANSPORTATION FOR NON- AMBULATORY PERSONS SHALL BE PROVIDED
BY AREA EMERGENCY MEDICAL UNITS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE
GRANVILLE. FIRE DEPARTMENT. PERSONS REQUIRING SPECIAL MEDICAL
ATTENTION OR EQUIPMENT (I. E. RESPIRATOR, INTRAVENOUS THERAPY,
ETC.)SHALL BE TRANSPORTED TO THE NEAREST ADVANCED MEDICAL CARE
FACILITY. ALL OTHERS SHALL BE TRANSPORTED TO THE TES. THE RED
CROSS WILL ASSIST IN EVALUATING WHETHER OR NOT AN INDIVIDUAL
SHOULD BE TRANSFERRED TO AN ADVANCED CARE FACILITY.
ASSISIANCE TO RESIDENTS:
1. PERSONS REMAINING IN THEIR HOMESW- HEN (CITY) PUBLIC WATER IS
UNAVAILABLE.
PROVISIONS FOR WATER WILL BE COORDINATED BY THE GRANVILLE
FIRE DEPARTMENT. CONTAINERS SHOULD BE PROVIDED BY RESIDENTS.
LOCAL GOVERNMENTS WILL PROCURE CONTAINERS ONLY IN CASES OF
EXTREME EMERGENCY.
2. PERSONS PLANNING TO LEAVE THEIR HONES (evacuating)-
THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER WILL PROVIDE RESIDENTS WITH
CURRENT INFORMATION ABOUT EVACUATION STAGING AREAS AND
PRIMARY SHELTER LOCATIONS.
WHEN A GIVEN EMERGENCY DOES NOT WARRANT IMMEDIATE
EVACUATION, PERSONS REPORTING TO THE TES ARE REQUESTED TO BRING THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL ITEMS: A PILLOW. A BLANKET, AND NECESSARY MEDICATIONS.
NO PETS SHALL BE ALLOWED AT THE SHELTER AREAS.
THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER WILL PROVIDE RESIDENTS WITH UTILITY SHUT OFF INSTRUCTIONS.
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ATTACHMENT A
RESPONSE/SUPPORT/UTILITY GBOWE ANMEXA
RESPONSE GROUP
FIRE DEPARTMENTS
2211
4521
3600
587-0261
763- 2641
763-2525
1-893-3291
522- 4585
1-928- 4721
1-892- 2505
1-659- 2262
1-967- 2976
522-1151
Alexandria F. 1-924
Buck:eye Lake ,. 1-928-
Dow -Chemical. 587-
Granville F.D...
Hanover Village F.
Hanover Volunteer F.D....
Hartford Volunteer F. D.
Heath F.D......
Hebron F.D......
Homer Volunteer F.D.
Hopewell Twp. Vol. F.D........
Johnstown F.
Kaiser Aluminum..
Licking Twp. F.D.
Madison Twp. F. D.
Mary Ann Twp. F.D...
National Trails F.D.
Newark F.
Newark A. F.B. F. D.
Newark Twp. F.D....
Newton Twp. F.D...........
UOtwiceansFC-.oDrning.Fi.be.rg.la.s .Te.ch Ctr..
Rickenbacker A.F.B...
West Licking Joint Fire District.........
323- 2504
003-.2.,9 0
345- 5972
1-787- 2466
345- 6240
345-1978
522- 7639
366- 3473
745- 5472'
587-0610
NONE
1-492- 4111
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1-927- 3046
The Governor of Ohio
Ohio National Guard......
Buckeye Lake P.D..2.............
Granville P.D...................
Hebron P.D......................
Johnstown P.D...................
Kirkersville P.D................
Licking County Sheriff' s Office.
Newark P.D.........
St. Louisville P.D........
Union Twp. P.D.............
Utica P.D...............
1-466-4363 (Business Hours)
1-466- 2660 (Other Hours)
1-928- 0999
587-1234 (155.835MHZ)
522- 2141
1-928- 3001
1-967- 5961
1-927- 7760
345- 9821 (158. 910MHZ TRANS)
158.730MHZ REC)
349- 2296
912
345- 9821
1-928- 7655
1-892- 2211
DISAPTCH CENTERS
Licking County Disaster
Services.N.ew.ar.k ................
Licking County Emergency.............
Dispatching Center (KQH 904)
Wayne Tresemer) 1-929-1784
345- 9821
345- 7960
National Weather ServiceC.o..lu..m. bus......
345- 2345 (33. 86MHZ)
911
1-231-0411
Newark City Emergency
Dispatching Center KQH 903)......
Ohio Department of Transportation (O. D. O.T.)
State Engineering/Maintenance...............
District #5OfficeN...e..w..a..r.k..............
Deputy Director -Hogan
Operating Engineer -B. Abel
Maintenance Engineer -N. Blue
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345-1978
345- 6240
1-464- 3264
344-1116
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
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Ohio EPA...
Ohio Highway F'atrol. .
School buses...
Emergency Respons1e8-.0.0.2-.8..29-378
Licking County Post #45.5.8.70.-78.6..
HQ) 1-466- 2660
GranvilleP.r.in..cipal -5874-017
High School -587- 0321
State Disaster Services Agency (DSA).........
State Fire Marshal..R.e.y.n.o.l.dsburg...
1-889- 7150
1-929-1784
345- 9821
345- 7960
1-800- 282-1927
1-864- 5510
CHEMICAL EMERGENCIES &TREATMENT
Chemtrec.......... 1-800- 424- 9300
Poison Control Center.......1.-2.28.1-3.23........
Hazardous Materials 345- 2345
911
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SUPPORT GROUP
RADIO REPAIR:
COMMUNICATIONS
1-924- 4123
Hall Electronics.... 1-261-8871
Electrocomm. 349- 9365
Central Communications (Columbus)..... 1-442-1311
TELEPHONE REPAIR:
Alltel Ohio, Inc
Executone (Village Offices Only)......
RADIO STATIONS:
349- 8545
1-267- 0267
WXGT- 92X, Columbus (Emergency. Broadcast System)
Guarded number) 1-221-2066
WCLT, NEWARK (AM-1430, FM-100. 345- 4004
WHTHW-NKO, Newark(AM7-90, FM1-01. 5228-171
TELEVISION STATIONS:
WTVN Channel 6.. 1-481-6666
WBNS Channel 10.. 1-460- 3700
WCMH Channel 4... 1-263- 5555
WOSU Channel 13 (34)... 1-422- 9678
WTTE Channel 8 28)..... 1-895- 2800
Dimension Cable Services..... 345- 4081
ALTERNATIVE RESOURCES:
Amateur Radio ClubP.re.s.id.e.nt., .Bob Sherman..
Don Myers
R.E. A. C. T ch.# 9) Bill Burg, Treasurer..........
Red Cross......
United Way.....
YMCA...........
YWCA...........
COMMUNITY SERVICES
Newark. . ... .. ..... ..
Licking County......
Newark. . . . . . .
Newark.........
EMS SERVICES
366- 2780 (Home)
366-2121 Office)
366- 2033 (Home)
366- 2121 Office)
345- 2868
349- 9442
345-6685
345- 6681
345- 4084
Courtesy 9-rj .44...Jj
7Ac_r#r'l C'/
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CRANES:
H.C. Attebery 400 S. Main St.,Granville
Kokosing Const. Co. Inc. Waterford Rd.,Fredericktown
Mid Ohio Mechanical Inc. 1264 Weaver Dr.,Granville
Fink Sign Co. 1281 Mt. Vernon Rd. Newark
GENERAL CONTRACTORS:
3396 Sharon Valley Rd.,Newark
935 Rilver Rd.,Granville
1226 Weaver Dr.,Granville
711 Forest Hills, Heath
1506 W. Church. Newark
2414 North St.,Granville
Claggett &Sons Inc.
J. T. Feid Co.
R.W. Hutchison Inc.
Mark Builders Inc.
Jerry McClain Co.
Pete Simpson, Builder
HEAVY EQUIPMENT CONTRACTORS:
Leroy M. Hoskinson 1697 Hebron Rd.,Heath
Lyle King &Son 1412 Welsh Hills Rd.,Granville
Kokosing Const. Co. Waterford Rd.,Fredericktown
Mulbarger Twins Inc. 4477 N. Hamilton Rd.,Gahanna
Nu Way Excavating 4341 Sportsman Club Rd.,Granville
Rayco Excavating Co. 5621 Licking Trails, Newark
TREE SERVICE:
Ohio Tree- Surgery P.O. B. 24038. Columbus
CLEAN- UP:
1. Central Ohi6 Mobile Power
Young Systems
587- 0801
1-694- 6315
587-3362
366-7488
366- 5241
587- 3000
587-1917
323- 2127
344- 9481
587-1037
522-2266
587-1328
1-694-6315
1-471-6567
587- 2451
323- 0156
1-471-4144
345-9559
345- 9250
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
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Dr.
Dr.
Dr.
HOSPITALS
Licking Memorial, Newark...........
Children' s, 1-461-2000
1-868- 6030
1-261-5501
1-421-8333
Mt. Carmel East,
Riverside,
University,
Grant Hospital,
Lancaster/Fairfield, Lancaster...............
Bethesda. Zanesville.................
Good Samaritan, Zanesville.........
Knox Community, Mt. Vernon..........
GENERAL PRACTICE DOCTORS
Dr.
Dr.
Dils...............
1-461-3232
1-687- 8000
1-454- 4215
1-454-4000
MEDICAL PERSONNEL
Dr. Raker.................
1-454- 5000
587-0115
587- 0703
Home 587-0673
587- 0703
Home 587-2151
Dr. Brian Glynn, MD (Psychiatrist).............
DENTISTS
Dr.
Dr.
Chris
Richard
VETERINARIANS
Louis
Craig DeLong....................
Joe Bailey...................
587- 0499
587-1136
587- 4891
587- 2229
522- 6056
323-2284
344-0331
1-393-9000
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UTILITIES GROUP
Alltel Telephone Co........
Columbia Gas of Ohio.......
Columbia Transmission.....
Customer Service.......
Emergency calls after
5:00 PM, Weekends and
Holidays
345-3481
1-228- 4444
1-800- 282-
0157
1-460-4788
Consolidated Gas Transmission Corp.
Gilmore, OH.
Clarksburg, W.Va.
Electricians:
1. Goodin Electric Inc.
2. Holland Electric Inc.
3. Legend Electric
4. Powell Electric
5. Snelling Electric
6. Walters Electric
351 S .. 30th, Heath
143 Everett, Newark
160 Everett, Newark
111 S. 21st, Newark
420 N. Granger
328 Summit
1-254-9282
1-304- 623-
8000
522- 3113
345-9651
349- 7983
344-1661
587- 3264
587- 3622
587-1880
587- 0301
587- 0165
587- 0301
587- 2304
587-0301
587- 0707
Granville Street Dept.......
Granville Water Dept.........
Granville Waste Water
Granville Vi·llage Hall................
Heating:
1. Dor-Mar Heating and Air Conditioning 2. 228 E. Main, Newark Frenier Sheet Metal 122 E. Main. Newark
3. Dick Houston Plumbing 724 Montgomery Rd. and Heating Marne 4. Air Conditioning and
Heating Company
5. Friend Heating and
Cooling
Ohio Power Co.........
42 Edgehill Dr.,Newark
730 Jacksontown RD.,SE Heath
Ohio River Pipeline
Ohio Utilities Protection Service.....
345- 6639
345- 9846
763- 3961
366- 5148
323-3100
345- 3421
1-928- 2396
522- 8448
1-606- 324-1133
1-800- 362- 2764
Repair Service3.4.9.8-.54.5... ..
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Plumbing:
1. O. H. Nutter and Son
2. Gutridge Plumbing Inc.
3. Dick Houston Plumbing
and Heating
4. Van Voorhis Plumbing
5.
6.
Frank Romei and Son
Mid- Ohio Mechanical
Water Department
258 Locust, Newark
88 S. 22nd, Newark
724 Montgomery Rd.
Marne
1255 Hebron Rd.
Heath
118 W. Elm
1264 Weaver Dr.
Granville
Heath
Newark
Pataskala
345- 0038
349- 9411
763- 3961
522- 3640
587- 0236
587- 3362
587- 0165
522-1420
349-2201
366- 6515
1-927- 6867
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ATTACHMENT BFL/OW CHART
F
Officers
Police
Chief
Dispatchers
Tax
Comm.
F inanc e
Director
Fiscal
Clerk
Voters
Village
Council
Village
Manager
1
Secretary Service
Director
Service
Foreman
Equl*t.-
Operators
Utilities'
Director
r
Water
Laborers
1
Waste
Water
Law
Director
Dist/
Coll
0,
1
Frgant ,
EMERGENCY OF'ERATIONS CENTER COORDINATORS CHECK LIST OF THINGS TO DO:
ATTACHMENT C
1. ( ) CORRECTLY IDENTIFY THE EMERGENCY: TYPE, SIZE, LOCATION.
2. ( ) NOTIFY PERSONNEL OF ACTIVATED EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
CENTER/ LOCATION.
3. ( ) INFORM THE COMMUNITY.
4. ( ) COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT?
GET MAPS OF AFFECTED AREA(S).
GET RECORDING DOCUMENTS.
LIST RESOURCES NEEDED.
NOTIFY APPROPRIATE AGENCIES.
CHECK UTILITIES.
WHAT ROADS ARE PASSABLE?
CHECK WEATHER FORECAST.
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ATTACHMENT D
ANNEX EQB ACIION BEQUIBER BY SERVICE AND
UTILIIY DEEBBIMENTS AS NEEDEDl
1. Streets:
A. Debris cleared.
B. Street and bridge repair.
C. Repair storm sewers.
2. Water:
A.
B.
Maintain water pressure.
Provide potable water with the assistance of the
Granville Fire Department.
C. Repair water mains.
D. Provide for water testing.
3. Sewer:
A. Repair structures of mains and pumping station.
4. Engineering:
A. Estimate damage to public property as basis for
applications for federal assistance.
5. Building Inspector:
A. Provide damage assessment.
B. Condemn and post unsafe structures.
C. Issue permits for temporary occupancy for specified
period of time).
D. Salvage unclaimed property.
6. Refuse:
A. Maintain regular disposal operation.
B. Receive unauthorized items.
C. Maintain salvage depot for unclaimed and damaged
property removed from public and/or private property
at:
site 1 -
site 2 -
Granville Waste Water Plant
Granville Water Treatment Plant
7. Granville Service Department Building:
A. Refuel emergency and service vehicles (gasoline only).
B. Secondary fuel sources:
Site 1 -Bennetts Marathon -E. Broadway and N. Prospect St.,Granville -587- 0094
gasoline =2000 gallons
1-K = 500 gallons
waste oil= 500 gallons
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Site 2 -Certified Oil Company -1675 Lancaster Road,
Granville -587- 3579, Ron Baker, 587- 3579/344- 2821
gasoline =6000 gallons
diesel= 2000 gallons
1-K= 4000 gallons
Site 3 -Jenkins Sunoco -1956 Lancaster Rd.,
Granville -587-0741. Hal Jenkins
gasoline =4x 6000 gallons
waste oil= 500 gallons
350 gallons above ground
Site 4 -Granville Sohio -526 Columbus Rd., Granville -587- 4770
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ATTACHMENT E
BED CROSS SHELTER LOCAIIONS ANNEXi
ATTACHMENT F
ANNEX EQB INEORMAIION ON IEBMINAIIQN OE BESI*DENIIAL WIILLIIES
The following is a list of instructions designed to assist
citizens in securing their residence, in the event that it
becomes necessary for utilities to be turned off.
1. Natural Gas:
All structures with gas heat or appliances have a main shut off
valve (usually near the meter) and a line valve or shut off
for each appliance. Know where these shut off valves are
and have them tagged. If you must leave your home, these
items will assist you in preserving your property.
A. Turn off the main shut off valve (if the main valve
does not have a "wheel" type handle, turn the valve
head 90 degrees or until it is directly across the pipe in
the shape of a cross) -turn it to the right, or
clockwise, to close.
B. Shut off all line valves. These are normally located in
the gas line close to each appliance.
C. Check each appliance to insure that the pilot light has
gone out after turning off all valves.
D. Make sure that all appliance controls are in the "off"
position.
E. When relighting your gas appliances, reverse this
procedure. Start by turning on the main valve, then
proceed to open each line valve and relight each
appliance pilot light.
F. Notify Columbia Gas of Ohio -Newark, Ohio: 3453-481 if you have questions or problems.
2. Domestic Water:
Each structure has a main wate
is. If you are not aware of it
relative to help you find it.
forced to leave your home. the
you in protecting your property.
r
s location,
se few
shut off valve. Know where it
ask a friend or
Then tag it. If you are
instructions may assist
A. Turn the main water shut off valve "off".
B. Turn off and drain your water heater (nearly all heaters have a garden hose connection on the front, bottom half of the tank marked "drain"). C. Open all faucets and bleed the lines dry. D. Leave the faucet open.
E. Where pipes are located in cabinets, etc.,leave the cabinet doors open.
F. Empty and dry out all water closets and commodes, or pour anti-freeze directly into the bowl and tank. POLlr
one quart into the bowl and two quarts into the tank.
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3 Electrical:
All structures have either a main fuse box or a circuit '
breaker box. Know where it is and how it works -ask a friend or
relative, or an Ohio Power Company representative to help you if
you have questions or doubts. If you decide to turn off the
power in your residence, the following guidelines will be of
assistance.
A. Never reach into a fuse box or circuit breaker panel
blindly. Do not touch any wires or connecting terminals.
B. Before shutting off the main circuits, turn off as many
electrically powered devices as possible so as to reduce the
chance of arcing when opening the main circuits. All
high current appliances such as stoves, furnaces, toasters,
washers, dryers. freezers. air conditioners. etc.,should be
shut off.
C. If your fuse/breaker box has an outside "on/off" handle
or switch move this to the "off" position. Always turn
face and body away from the box and switch when shutting off
the service so as to prevent any potential injury if arcing
should occur.
D. If you are unsure of the operation of your electrical
system "find out first".Call Ohio Power Company: 345- 3421.
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