Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 30-1989

VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO
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ORDINANCE NO. 30-89
BYAN
ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF
132,600 OF NOTES BY THE VILLAGE OF
GRANVILLE, OHIO, IN ANTICIPATION OF THE
ISSUANCE OF BONDS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF
CONSTRUCTING IMPROVEMENTS TO THE MUNICIPAL
WATER SYSTEM, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the fiscal officer of this municipality has
heretofore estimated that the life of the project hereinafter
described is at least five (5) years, and certified that the
maximum maturity of the bonds issued therefor is forty (40)
years, and of the notes to be issued in anticipation thereof is
twenty (20) years, if sold publicly; otherwise, one (1) year;
and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of
Granville (hereinafter called the "Municipality"C)o,unty of
Licking; Ohio:
SECTION 1. That it is necessary to issue bonds of the
Municipality in the principal amount of $132, 600 for the
purpose of constructing improvements to the municipal water
system. Said bonds shall be dated approximately September 1,
1990, shall bear interest at the rate of approximately eight
per centum (8%)per annum and shall mature in substantially
equal annual or semiannual installments over a period not
exceeding forty (40) years after their issuance.
SECTION 2. That it is hereby determined that notes
hereinafter called the "Notes")in the principal amount of
132, 600 shall be issued in anticipation of the issuance of
said bonds.
SECTION 3. That the Notes shall be dated September
14, 1989, shall bear interest at a rate not in excess of six and
forty-nine one hundreths per centum (6. 49 per annum, payable at
maturity, shall mature on September 14, 1990, and shall be of
such number and denomination as may be requested by the
purchaser.
SECTION 4.
manager and director
That the Notes shall be executed by the
of finance or other official as may be
duly authorized by lawl and shall bear the seal of the
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corporation. The Notes shall be designated "Water System
Improvement Bond Anticipation Notes",and shall be payable at
such bank or trust company that is a correspondent of any legal
depository of the Municipality approved by the manager, and
shall express upon their faces the purpose for which they are
issued and that they are issued in pursuance of this ordinance.
SECTION 5. That the Notes shall be first offered to
the officer in charge of the bond retirement fund of the
Municipality and if not taken by said officer shall be sold to
Seasongood and Mayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, in accordance with its
agreement to purchase the Notes, and the proceeds from such
sale, except any premium or accrued interest thereon, shall be
paid into the proper fund and used for the purpose aforesaid
and for no other purpose.
SECTION 6. That the Notes shall be the full general
obligations of the Municipality, and the full faith, credit and
revenue of the Municipality are hereby pledged for the prompt
payment of the same. The par value received from the sale of
bonds anticipated by the Notes, and any excess fund resulting
from the issue of the Notes, shall to the extent- necessary be
used only for the retirement of the Notes at maturity, together
with interest thereon and is hereby pledged for such purpose.
SECTION 7. That during the period while the Notes run
there shall be levied upon all of the taxable property in the
Municipality within applicable limitations, in addition to all
other taxes, a direct tax annually, not less than that which
would have been levied if bonds had been issued without the
prior issue of the Notes; said tax shall be and is hereby
ordered computed, certified, levied and extended upon the tax
duplicate and collected by the same officers in the same manner
and at the same time that taxes for general purposes for each
of said years are certified, extended and collected. Said tax
shall be placed before and in preference to all other items and
for the full amount thereof.
The funds derived from said tax levy hereby required
shall be placed in a separate and distinct fund and, together
with interest collected on the same, shall be irrevocably
pledged for the payment of the principal and interest of the
Notes, or the bonds in anticipation of which they are issued,
when and as the same fall due.
SECTION 8. That this council, for and on behalf of
the Municipality, hereby covenants that it will restrict the
use of the proceeds of the Notes hereby authorized in such
manner and to such extent, if any, and take such other actions
as may be necessary, after taking into account reasonable
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expectations at the time the debt is incurred, so that they
will not constitute obligations the interest on which is
subject to federal income taxation or "arbitrage bonds" under
Sections 103( b)(2) and 148 of the Internal Revenue Code of
1986, as amended (the "Code"an)d, the regulations prescribed
thereunder. The director of finance or any other officer
having responsibility with respect to the issuance of the Notes
is authorized and directed to give an appropriate certificate
on behalf of the Municipality, on the date of delivery of the
Notes for inclusion in the transcript of proceedings, setting
forth the facts, estimates and circumstances and reasonable
expectations pertaining to the use of the proceeds thereof and
the provisions of said Sections 103(b)(2) and 148 and
regulations thereunder.
These Notes are hereby designated "qualified
tax-exempt obligations" for the purposes set forth in Section
265(b)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.
The council of the Municipality does not anticipate issuing
more than $10, 000, 000 of "qualified tax-exempt obligations"
during calendar year 1989.
SECTION 9. That the clerk of council is hereby
directed to forward a certified copy of this ordinance to the
county auditor.
SECTION 10. That 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 121. 22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
SECTION 11. That this ordinance is hereby declared to
be an emergency measure under Section 3. 05 of the Charter for
the reason that the public peace, health, safety and welfare of
the inhabitants of the Municipality require the immediate
issuance of the Notes to provide for the orderly financing of
the project to which the Notes relate, and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.
ADOPTED September 6 , 1989.
ttest:
Clerk'of Council
141 944,
Mayor41/
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, Licking County, Ohio,
do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and exact copy of Ordinance No.
30-89 passed by Village Council at their regular meeting of September 6, 1989.
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Ordinance 29-1989

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 21-88 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1989 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, 1989 and ending December
31, 1989, 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:
Account No.
Al-1-C-230
Al-5-C-250
Al-6-A-250
Al-7-A-211
Al-7-A-212
Section II:
Account No.
Bl-6-B-230
Section III:
Account No.
C2-5-G-251
C2-5-G-252
2-5-6-253
To provide for operating expenditures for the
General Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1989, the following appropriations
are hereby made in the General Fund:
Accourit
Contractual Services-Street Lights
Capital Outlay-E. Maple Street
Water Main Replacement
Capital Outlay-E. Maple Street
Repaving
Salaries/ Wages-Administrative
Assistant
Employee Benefits
Add
3,650.00
30,000. 00
24,000. 00
1,400. 00
21. 00
To provide for operating expenditures for the
Street Fund during the fiscal year ending December
31, 1989, the following appropriation is hereby
made in the Street Fund:
Account Add
Contractual Services $1,000. 00
To Provide for capital expenditures for the
Sewer Construction Fund during the fiscal
year ending December 31, 1989, the following
appropriation is hereby made in the Sewer
Construction Fund:
Account
Capital Outlay -East Maple Street Sewer
Capital Outlay -South Plum Street Sewer
Capital Outlay -Chapin Place Sewer Replacement
Add
24,000. 00
10,500. 00
51, 000. 00
1,000. 00
Al-7-K-230
ORDINANCE NO. 29-89
BY:
Contractual Services -Legal
Ordinance No. 29-89
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Section IV:
Passed this
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
ATTEST:
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-cierk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
lulx-091&
Law Director
day of t*le,0 1989.
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Ordinance 28-1989

BY: an«
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 26-89, TO AUTHORIZE THE LICKING
COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS TO SUBMIT THE QUESTION "SHALL THE CHARTER OF
THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE BE AMENDED AS RECOMMENDED BY THE VILLAGE
COUNCIL", TO THE ELECTORS OF THE VILLAGE ON THE NOVEMBER 1989 BALLOT, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, Pursuant to Section 10. 11 of the Granville Charter of the Village of Council; anadCharter Amendment may be initiated by a twot-hirds vote of
WHEREAS, the Village Law Director and Utilities Director recommended Charter modificationS, and;
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 26-89 incorrectly stated the recommended changes in Section 8. 01 of the Charter;
NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Council of the Village of Granville, that the Charter of the Village of Granville be amended as follows:
Section I: (A) The second sentence of Section 5. 05 shall be amended to read as follows:
Formal advertising, bidding and public opening and tabulation of bids shall be required only as to purchases estimated to cost ten thousand dollars or more.
B) Section 8. 01 be amended to read as follows:
Planning Commission
There shall be a Municipal Planning Commission consisting of five (5) members. Four members shall be electors who hold no other public office or employment, appointed
by the Council to serve for overlapping terms of three (3)
years; and one (1) shall be either a member of the Board of Education who is a resident of the municipality or its designee, appointed annually by the Board as the Board shall determine; and a member of Council, designated annually by Council shall serve as an ex-officio member. Minutes of all Planning Commission meetings shall be available for public examination during regular office hours. The Commission shall adopt its own rules and elect its officers annually. It shall have all the power and authority conferred upon planning commissions by State law and such other duties as may be imposed upon it by ordinance. Its members shall serve as such without compensation.
C) Section 8. 02 shall be amended to read as follows:
Board of Zoning and Building Appeals
There shall be a Board of Zoning and Building Appeals consist- ing of five electors who hold no other public office or employment, appointed by Council, for overlapping terms of three (3) years, to be determined by Council. The Board shall adopt its own rules and elect its officers annually. It shall have the power to hear and decide applications for exceptions to, and variances in the application of resolutions, ordinances, regulations governing zoning and building in the municipality, and to hear and decide appeals from orders of administrative officials or agencies governing zoning and building in the municipality, all as may be required for justice and avoid unreasonable hardship, subject to such reasonable standards and procedures as shall be prescribed by ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 28-89
Ordinance No. 28-89
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Section II:
Section III:
Passed this 6- Zi
That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for the health, safety,
and welfare of said Village of Granville for the
reason that immediate passage will permit placement
of these matters on the November ballot; wherefore,
this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from
and immediately after its passage.
These amendments shall be placed before the Electors
of the Village at the November 7, 1989 election as
provided in the Constitution and Statutes of the
State of Ohio.
ATTEST:
ida:pi #*Lpit9. 823/.£ Clerk- of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Law Director
day of 41-- 1989.
Cftlk«
MIaiytoir-Ze1.- 1L ,
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, Licking
County, Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and
exact copy of Ordinance No. 28-89 adopted by Village Council at their regular
meeting of September 6, 1989.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council

Ordinance 27-1989

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AN ORDINANCE TO REQUIRE THE REMOVAL OF DOG EXCREMENT.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville,
State of Ohio:
Section
Section II:
Section III:
Section IV:
Passed this
I: No person shall allow a dog under his or her
control to be upon public property or upon
the property of another, absent the consent
of the owner or occupant of the property,
without some device for the removal and
containmet of such dog' s excrement; nor shall
any person fail to remove immediately any
excrement deposited by any dog under his or
her control on public or private property.
This ordinance shall not apply to guide dogs
under the control of a blind person.
Whoever violates this ordinance is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in full
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
TTEST:
Clerk of-06uncil
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
1 i · Gu
©cl*uu*te Law Director
day of 4;.
Mayor
1989.
ORDINANCE NO. 27-89

Ordinance 26-1989

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AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE LICKING COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS TO
SUBMIT THE QUESTION "SHALL THE CHARTER OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE BE
AMENDED AS RECOMMENDED BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL", TO THE ELECTORS OF THE
VILLAGE ON THE NOVEMBER 1989 BALLOT, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, Pursuant to Section 10. 11 of the Charter of the Village of
Granville a Charter Amendment may be initiated by a two-thirds vote of
Council; and
WHEREAS, the Village Law Director and Utilities Director recommended
Charter modifications;
NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Council of the Village of
Granville, that the Charter of the Village of Granville be amended follows: as
Section I: (A) The second sentence of Section 5. 05 shall be amended
to read as follows:
Formal advertising, bidding and public opening and
tabulation of bids shall be required only as to
purchases estimated to cost ten thousand dollars or more.
B) Section 8. 01 be amended to read as follows:
Planning Commission
There shall be a Municipal Planning Commission consisting
of five (5) members. Three (3) members shall be electors
who hold no other public office or employment, appointed
by the Council to serve for overlapping terms of three (3)
years; one (1) shall be a member of the Council and one (1) shall be either the Superintendent of Schools or a member of the Board of Education who is a resident of the municipality,
appointed annually by the Board as the Board shall determine.
The Commission shall adopt its own rules and elect its own officers annually. It shall have all the power and authority conferred upon planning commissions by state law and such other duties as may be imposed upon by ordinance.
C) Section 8. 02 shall be amended to read as follows:
Board of Zoning and Building Appeals
There shall be a Board of Zoning and Building Appeals consist- ing of five electors who hold no other publib office or employment, appointed by Council, for overlapping terms of three (3) years, to be determined by Council. The Board shall
adopt its own rules and elect its officers annually. It shall have the power to hear and decide applications for exceptions to, and variances in the application of resolutions,
ordinances, regulations governing zoning and building in the municipality, and to hear and decide appeals from orders of administrative officials or agencies governing zoning and building in the municipality, all as may be required for justice and' avoid unreasonable hardship, subject to such / reasonable standards and procedures as shall be prescribed/ 2X ordinance. /
ORDINANCE NO. 26-89
Ordinance No. 26-89
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Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for the health, safety,
and welfare of said Village of Granville for the
reason that immediate passage will permit placement
of these matters on the November ballot; wherefore,
this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from
and immediately after its passage.
These amendments shall be placed before the Electors
of the Village at the November 7, 1989 election as
provided in the Constitution and Statutes of the
State of Ohio.
Gk/ 2. day of 1989.
ATTEST:
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Tv.4U' k. leV.ZO il,\.T h- 0- ]Uj,(
Ylerk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
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L«6(u(,ot«0:*
Law Director
Mayor
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council, of the Village of Granville, Licking
County, Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and
exact copy of Ordinance No. 268-9 adopted by Village Councilat their regular
meeting of August 16, 1989.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council

Ordinance 25-1989

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1 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND
IN ACCORDANCE WITH OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 2933.33.
WHEREAS, Ohio Revised Code Section 2933. 33 authorizes local
law enforcement agencies that actively and directly participate
in contraband property seizures and forfeitures to receive all
or part of the property forfeited, and ,
WHEREAS, proceeds, profits and property gained from or used
in criminal activities is a concern of the Village of Granville, and
WHEREAS, the Granville Police Department, through its investigations and participating own in the investigations with
other local and State agencies, seeks to address the problem, and
WHEREAS, cash, vehicles, real estate, and other property
seized and forfeited in conjunction with such investigations can become property of the Village of Granville if the guidelines as set forth in Ohio Revised Code Section 2922. 22 are compiled with, t
NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Ordained by the Council of the
Village of Granville, State qf Ohio:
Section I: That the Manager be -andishereby. authorized and
directed to accept cash, vehicles and other
property from the Common Pleas Courts of the
State of Ohio in accordance with Contraband
Seizure Forfeiture Act, Ohio Revised Code
Section 2933. 33; however, any acceptance of
real estate by the Manager shall be subject
to approval by ordinance of Council.
Section II: That the Manager be and isshereby authorized
and directed to place all cash received into a special law enforcement trust fund with the
Village Finance Director to be used solely for
law enforcement purposes.
Section III: That all vehicles and property be asseted or brass-tagged to the Granville Village Police
Department to be used solely for law enforcement
purposes, or sold and the proceeds from the sale
deposited in the special law enforcement trust
fund, as directed by the Chief of Police.
Section IV: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
full force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this 6;36&
TEST:_if_=_h-: -rh-P/, .
Clerk''of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
W.
Law Director
day of
646;
1989.
Mayor
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ORDINANCE NO. 25-89

Ordinance 24-1989

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ORDINANCE NO. 24-89@
BY:0k- 1 u)) t AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 21-88 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1989 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, 1989 and ending December
31, 1989, 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
Account No.
F2-5-G-250
Section II:
Passed this
ATTEST:
I: To provide for operating expenditures for the
Equipment Reserve Fund during the fiscal year
ending December 31, 1989, the following
appropriation is hereby made in the Equipment
Reserve Fund:
Clerk of Council
Account
Capital Outlay -Riding Mower
Add
3,000. 00
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
tiflu
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
la«UYYix(1jwj
Law Director
day of
Vzi
1989.
Mayor
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ORDINANCE NO. 2+89
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 303.99 (a) (1) OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE AS IT PERTAINS TO
PENALTIES FOR SPEEDING VIOLATIONS AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE
OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that:
Section I: Section 303.99 (a) 1) of the codified ordinances
of the Granville, Ohio, is hereby amended as
follows:
303.09 TRAFFIC CODE MISDEMEANOR CLASSIFICATIONS AND PENALTIES
A) Misdemeanor Classifications.
1) General Classification. Whoever violates any
provision of this Traffic Code or substantially
equivalent State statute or municpal ordinance, for which
violation no penalty is otherwise provided, is guilty of
a minor misdemeanor on a first offense; on a second
offense within one year after the first offense, such
person is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree;
on each subsequent offense within one year after the
first offense, such person is guilty of a misdemeanor of
the third degree. WHEN ANY PERSON IS FOUND GUILTY OF A
FIRST OFFENSE FOR A VIOLATION OF SECTION 333.03, UPON
FINDING THAT HE OPERATED A MOTOR VEHICLE IN EXCESS OF 20
MILES PER HOUR ABOVE THE POSTED SPEED LIMIT, SUCH PERSON
IS GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR OF THE FOURTH DEGREE.
Section II: That this ordinance is hereby decl ared to be an
emergency measure necessary for the immediate
preservation of the health, safety, and welfare
of the said Village of Granville; wherefore this
ordinance shall be in full force and effect from
and immediately after its passage.
Passed this 11da*y o-f
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
7 1989.
Mayor
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of ouncil of the
the Village of Granville, Ohio, do hereby certify
that the foregoing ordinance i an exact copy of
Ordinance No. 24-89 passed by Village Council in
an open meeting May 17, 1989.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
TO:
FROM:
DATE:
SUBJECT:
MEMO
Doug Plunkett, Village Manager
Chief Steve Cartnal
May 9, 1989
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Penalty Section of the G.C.0. as it
Pertains to Speeding Violations
As we have discussed, with the recent annexation of the
eastern portion of the township, we gained some higher speed
zones than we ever had before. Specifically, Newark Rd. has
both a 45 and 50 MPH zone and S.R. 16 is, of course, 55 MPH.
Our penalty section will not work well with these higher
zones and needs to be amended.
Section 303.99 of the G.C.0.,the penalty section, states,
When any person is found guilty of a first offense for
a violation of Section 333.03 (Speed Section) upon finding
that he operated a motor vehicle faster than thirty- five
miles an hour in a business district, or faster than fifty
miles an hour in other portions or faster than thirty- five
miles an hour while passing through a school zone during
recess or while children are going to or leaving school
during the opening and closing hours, such person is guilty
of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree." If this ordinance is
left the way it is, a person could be cited for 49 in a 25
zone, 24 MPH over the limit, and he's charged with a minor
misdemeanor. Another person could be cites for 51 in a 50
zone and he' s facing a fourth degree misdemeanor.
This particular section has been a constant source of
confusion among the police officers, as well. For about the
first three years I worked here, we ignored this section
totally and went by the standard (what most other
municipalities use) anything in excess of 20 MPH over the
posted limit and second offenses are a fourth degree
misdemeanors. However, the law director at the time, Rob
Drake, found out we had been doing this and advised Chief
Sorrell to follow the ordinance verbatim, which we did. This
ordinance, itself, is not that confusing. But, when you also
consider the policy of the Court as to whether they must
appear in court or not, it does get confusing trying to keep
track of it all. As a result, the ordinance I drafted and
attached takes into account both of these problems.
Steve Cartnal
Chief of Police

Ordinance 23-1989

BY: rk jel,*
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 1189. 04( K) OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE BY AMENDING THE
LIMITATIONS FOR SANDWICH BOARD SIGNS IN THE BUSINESS
DISTRICT.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section
Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
I: Chapter 1189. 04( k) of the Codified Ordinances
of the Village of Granville is hereby amended
to read as follows:
k) Sandwich boards in the Business District,
limited to one per business, provided they
are limited to four feet in height when
folded and two feet in width, to be placed
only in front of a business establishment,
and to be removed and secured within each
business during non-business hours.
Existing Chapter 1189.04( k) of the Codified
Ordinances of the Village of Granville is
hereby repealed.
This ordinance shall be in effect from and
after the earliest date allowed by law.
756&,
5TEST:
t*Lu
Clerk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
CLADUL
Law Director
day of

U L)
1989.
ORDINANCE NO. 23-89

Ordinance 22-1989

BY:7 V 7-•7IRA2/1k< ,
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 1135. 01( A) OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE BY ADDING THE
DEFINITION OF "BED AND BREAKFAST" AND BY RENUMBERING SUBSECTIONS
THEREOF.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that:
Section
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6)
I: Chapter 1135 of the Codified Ordinances of the
Village of Granville is hereby amended to read
as follows:
1135. 01 LANGUAGE USE; MEANINGS.
a) Interpretation of Language: Unless the context
otherwise requires, the following definitions shall be
used in the interpretation and construction of the
Zoning Ordinance. Words used in the present tense shall
include the future; the singular number shall include
the plural, and the plural the singular; the word
used" shall include "arranged, designed, constructed,
altered, converted, rented, leased" or "intended to be
used,"and the word "shall" is mandatory and not
directory.
1) Accessory use or structure" means a use or
structure subordinate to the principal use of land
which is located on the same lot serving a purpose
customarily incidental to the use of the principal
building or land use.
2) Agriculture" means the use of land for agricultural
purposes, including farming, dairying,
pasturage, agriculture, horticulture, floriculture,
viticulture, and animal and poultry
husbandry and the necessary accessory uses for
packing, treating or storing the produce;
provided, however, that the operation of any such
accessory uses shall be secondary to that of
normal agricultural activities and provided
further that the above uses shall not include the
commercial feeding of garbage or offal to swine or
other animals.
3) Alley or Lane" means a public or private way not
more than thirty feet wide affording only
secondary means of access to abutting property.
4) Apartment". See "dwelling, multi-family".
Apartment house". See "dwelling, multi-family".
Automobile or trailer sales area" means an open
area, other than a street, used for the display,
sale or rental of new or used motor vehicles or
trailers in operable condition and where no repair
work is done, including farm implements, boats,
motorcycles, bicycles, lawn mowers, etc.
7) Automobile service station" or "filling station"
means a building or other structure or a tract of
land where gasoline, kerosene or any other motor
vehicles is dispenses directly to users of motor
vehicles.
8) Automobile Wash or Automatic Car Wash" means a
building or structure where mechanical devices are
employed for the purpose of washing motor
vehicles.
9) Automobile services" means the repair, rebuilding
or reconditioning of motor vehicles or parts
thereof, including collision service, painting and
steam cleaning of vehicles.
ORDINANCE NO. 22-89
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10) "Basement" means a story whose floor line is below
grade at any entrance or exit and whose ceiling is
not more than 5 feet above grade at any such
entrance or exit.
11) Bed and Breakfast" means a home occupation as
defined in Chapter 1181 of the Codified Zoning
Ordinance where the occupants of a dwelling unit
provide a sleeping room and breakfast prepared
and served on the premises for remuneration to
persons who are not family members.
12) Beginning of construction" means the excavation
and/ or the incorporation of labor and material
within the walls of the building or buildings.
13) Block".In describing the boundaries of a
district the word "block" refers to the legal
description. In all other cases, the word "block"
refers to the property abutting on one side of street between a two intersecting streets or a street and a railroad right of way or water
course.
14) Board" means the Board of Zoning and Building
Appeals of the Village of Granville, Ohio.
15) Boarding house"or "lodging house" means a dwelling or part thereof occupied by a single
housekeeping unit where meals and lodging are provided for three or more persons for compensa- tion by previous arrangement, where no cooking or dinning facilities are provided in individual
rooms.
16) Building" means any structure having a roof
supported by columns or walls, used or intended to
be used for the shelter or enclosure of persons, animals or property. When such a structure is
divided into separate parts by one or more unpierced walls extending from the ground up, each
part is deemed a separate building, except as regards minimum side yard requirements as hereinafter
provided.
17) Building, height of" means the vertical distance
from the average contact with ground level at the
front wall of the building to the highest point of the roof.
18) Building line" means the front yard setback; a line established by this Ordinance, generally
parallel with and measured perpendicularly from the front lot line, defining the limits of a front
yard in which no building or structure may be located except as may be provided by this Ordinance.
19) Business (commercial)" means a concentration of
a wide variety of offices and retail establishments
located on or at the intersection of
arterial streets as specified by the Master Plan. 20) Cemetery" means land used or intended to be used for the burial of the human dead and dedicated for
cemetery purposes, including columbariums,
crematories, mausoleums and mortuaries if operated in connection with, and within the boundaries of such cemetery.
21) City" or "Village" means the municipal
corporation of Granville, Licking County, Ohio. 22) Clinic" means a place used for the care, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing, infirm and injured persons and those who are in need of medical or surgical attention, but who are not provided with board or room nor kept overnight on the premises.
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23)
26)
27)
24)
25)
Conditional use" means a use which more intensely
affects the surrounding area in which it is
located than permitted uses in the same district.
A conditional use permit shall be granted if, review of the site upon plan, the Development
Commission determines that all criteria stated in
Chapter 1145 have been met.
Commission" means the Development Commission Of
the Village of Granville, Ohio.
Convalescent home" means a home designed for the
care of patients after they leave the hospital but
before they are released from observation and
treatment.
Council" means the Council of the Village of
Granville, Ohio.
Court" means an open unoccupied and unobstructed
space, other than a yard, on the same lot with a building or group of buildings.
28) "Density" used as a unit of measurement, means the
number of dwelling units per acre of land.
A. "Gross density" means the number of dwelling
units per acre of land to be developed; that
is, including that area in publicly dedicated land.
B. Net density"means the number of dwelling
units per acre of land exclusive of that area in publicly dedicated land.
29) Development Disability" means a disability that
originated before the attainment of eighteen years of age and can be expected to continue
indefinitely, constitutes a substantial handicap
to the person' s ability to function normally in society, and is attributable to mental
retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism or
any other condition found to be closely related to mental retardation because such condition results
in similar treatment and services.
30) District" means all properties of the same use, height and area classification which adjoin or are continuous without intervening property or another classification, regardless of any street, alley,
easement or ,reserve that may intervene. Separate
districts idclude the Village District, the
Community Service District, the Suburban
Residential District, the Open Space District,
the University District and the Planned Districts
as indicated by the official Zoning Map. For a detailed definition, see the statement of purpose of each respective district.
31) "Dwelling unit" means space within a building
comprising living, dining, sleeping room or rooms, storage closets, as well as space and equipment
for cooking, bathing, and toilet facilities, all used by only one family and its household employees.
32) " Dwelling, single-family" means a building
33)
consisting of a single dwelling unit only, separated from other dwelling units by open space. Dwelling, twof-amily"means a building consisting of two dwelling units which may be either attached side by side or one above the other, each unit having either a separate or combined entrance or entrances.
34) Dwelling, multi-family"means a building consist- ing of three or more dwelling units including condominiums with varying arrangements of entrances and party walls. Multi-family housing
muanyitsin.clude public housing and industrialized
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36)
35) Dwelling, industrialized unit" means an assembly
of materials or ptoducts comprising all or part of
a total structure which, when constructed, is
self-sufficient or substantially self-sufficient
when installed, constitutes a dwelling unit,
except for necessary preparations for its placement
period.
Dwelling, mobile home" means an attached dwelling
unit designed to be transported on highways, and
when arriving at the site for placement involving
only minor and incidental unpacking, assembling
and connection operations, but which involves no
substantial reconstruction which would render the
unit unfit as a conveyance on the highway. The
unit shall be considered as real property if such
reconstruction is undertaken.
37) Easement" means an interest in land owned by
another that entities its holder to a specific
limited use or enjoyment.
38) "Essential services" means the erection,
construction, alteration or maintenance, by public
utilities or municipal or other governmental
agencies, of underground, surface or overhead gas,
electrical, steam or water transmission or
distribution systems, collection, communication,
supply or disposal systems, including poles,
wires, mains, drains, sewers, pipes, conduits,
cables, fire alarm boxes, police call boxes,
traffic signals, hydrants and other similar
equipment and accessories in connection therewith,
reasonably necessary for the furnishing of
adequate service by such public utilities or
municipal or other governmental agencies or for
the public health or safety or general welfare,
but not including buildings.
Family"means one or more persons related by
blood, adoption, marriage, guardianship or foster
parent contract, living together as a single
housekeeping unit, exclusive of household
servants. A number of persons not exceeding three
exclusive of household servants living together
as a single housekeeping unit but not related by
blood, adoption, marriage, guardianship or foster
parent contract shall be deemed to be a family.
A number of persons with developmental
disabilities not exceeding six, exclusive of not
more than two houseparents and employees caring
for the persons with developmental disabilities,
living together as a single housekeeping unit but
n6t related by blood, adoption, marriage,
guardianship or foster parent contract residing in
a dwelling unit which meets all specifications for
a family model home shall be deemed to be a
family.
Family model home" means a dwelling unit occupied
as a home that provides room and board, personal
care, habilitation services and supervision in a
family setting for not more than six persons with
developmental disabilities, exclusive of not more
than two houseparents and employees caring for the
persons residing there with developmental
disabilities, and licensed and regulated by the
Ohio Department of Mental Retardation and
39)
40)
41)
Developmental Disabilities.
Flood Plain" means that land,
floodway fringe and floodway,
inundation by the regional or 42) Flood". See Chapter 1177.
including the
subject to
100-year" flood.
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45)
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47)
48)
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50)
51)
Floodway fringe".See Chapter 1177.
Floodway". See Chapter 1177.
Garage or car port, private" means a detached
accessory building or a portion of the principal
building used by the occupants of the premises for
the storage of self-propelled vehicles or
trailers.
Garage, public" means a structure or portion
thereof, other than a private garage, used for the
storage, sale, hire, care, repair or refinishing
of self-propelled vehicles or trailers.
Home occupation" means any occupation conducted
in a dwelling unit by a resident occupant.
See Chapter 1181.
Hospital" means a place used for the care,
diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing, infirm or
injured persons, and those who are in need of
medical and surgical attention, and who are
provided with board or room or kept overnight on
the premises.
Hotel"m, o"tel" and a"partment hotel" means a building in which lodging or boarding and lodging
are provided and offered to the public for
compensation. As such it is open to the public in
contradistinction to a boarding house, rooming
house, lodging house, fraternity, sorority or
dormitory which is separately defined.
Industry" means the storage, repair, manufacture,
preparation or treatment of any article, substance
or commodity.
Junk or salvage yard" means a place where waste,
discarded or salvaged materials are bought, sold,
exchanged, baled, packed, disassembled or handled,
including auto wrecking yards, house wrecking
yards, used lumber yards and places or yards for
storage of salvaged house wrecking and structural
steel materials and equipment; but not including
such places where such uses are conducted entirely
within a completely enclosed building, and not
including pawn shops and establishments for the
sale, purchase or storage of used furniture and
household equipment, used cars in operable
condition, or salvaged materials incidental to
manufacturing operations.
Kennel or Cattery"means any lot or premises on which four or more domesticated animals more than
four months of age are either commercially housed,
groomed, bred, boarded, trained or sold.
Land Use Plan" means the long-range plan for the
desirable use of land in the Village, as
officially adopted and as amended from time to
time by the Village Development Commission the
purpose of such plan being, among other things,
to serve as a guide in the zoning and progressive
changes in the zoning of land to meet changing
needs, in the subdividing and use of undeveloped
land, and in he acquisition of rights of way or sites for public purposes such as streets, parks,
schools and public buildings.
Light industrial" means industrial activities
which are generally free of nuisance from noise,
dust, smoke, odor or vibration.
55) Planned industrial" means coordination and
integration of industrial uses designed as separate elements of one specific site layout.
52)
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56) "Loading space" means an off-street space or berth
on the same lot with a building or contiguous to a
group of buildings for temporary parking of a
commercial vehicle while loading or unloading
merchandise or materials.
57) Lot" means a division of land separated from
other divisions for purposes of sale, lease or
separate use, described on a recorded subdivision
plat, or by metes and bounds.
58) "Lot, corner" means a lot located at the intersection
of two or more streets. A lot abutting on
a curved street or streets shall be considered a
corner lot if the side lot lines to the foremost
depth of the lot meet at an interior angle of less
than 135 degrees. Irrespective of building
orientation, on a corner lot the setback for the
front yard for that use shall apply to all sides
of a lot having frontage on publicly dedicated
rights of way.
59) Lot coverage" means the ratio of the enclosed
ground floor area of all buildings on a lot to the
horizontally projected area of the lot, expressed
as a percentage.
60) Lot line, front" means the lot line separating an
interior lot from the street right of way upon
which it abuts or the shortest lot line of a
corner lot which abuts upon a street right of way.
Unless the context clearly indicates the contrary,
it shall be construed as synonymous with street
right of way.
61) Lot measurement":
A. Lot depth"means the mean horizontal
distance of a lot measured between the front
and rear lot lines.
B. Lot width" means the width of a lot at the
building setback line measured at right
angles to its depth.
62) Lot, minimum area of" means the area of a lot
computed exclusive of any portion of the right of
way of any public thoroughfare.
63) Lot of record" means a lot which is part of the
original Village Plat or a subdivision recorded in
the office of the County Recorder, or a lot or
parcel described by metes and bounds, the description
of which has been so recorded.
64) Lot line, rear" means that lot line which is
Opposite and furthest removed from the front lot
line. In such a lot where the side lot lines meet
to the rear of the lot, or where the rear lot line
is less than ten feet, the minimum rear yard shall
be computed from the point of intersection of the
side lot lines on an imaginary line that is at
equal angles from each side lot line. In the case
of a cornerf lot, the rear lot line is opposite and
most further removed from the front lot line of
least dimension.
65) "Manufacturing". See "industry".
66) Mineral" means any material quarried, mined or otherwise extracted from the earth which is
intended to be used as a commercial product.
67) Mobile home". See "dwelling, mobile home".
68) Mobile home park" means any site or tract of land
under single ownership, upon which two mobile homes used or more for habitation are parked,
either free of charge or for revenue purposes; including any roadway, building, structure,
vehicle or enclosure used or intended for use as a
part of the facilities of such park.
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69)
70)
71)
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73)
74)
75)
76)
Nonconforming use" means the use of land or a
building, or a portion thereof, which does not
conform with the use regulations of the district
of the district in which it is situated (see
Section 1149.01).
Nursery (plant material)" means a space including
accessory buildings or structures for the growing
or storage of live trees, shrubs or plant
materials which may be offered for retail sale on
the premises, including products used for
gardening or landscaping.
Nursery (day care center)" means a facility which
temporarily assumes responsibility for children in
their parent' s absence.
Nursing home" includes convalescent and extended
care facilities, and means an establishment which
specializes in providing necessary services to
those unable to be responsible for themselves.
Open space" means that part of a zoning lot,
including courts or yards, which is open and
unobstructed from its lowest level to the sky,
accessible to all tenants upon the zoning lot.
Open space also means unique, natural scenic land
areas and land areas that are characterized by a
rural quality having an absence of development or
as defined by surrounding development.
Parking area, private" means an open area for the
same uses as a private garage.
Parking area, public" means an open area, other
than a street or other public way, used for the
parking of automobiles and available to the public
whether for a fee, free or as an accommodation for
clients or customers.
Parking space" means a permanently surfaced area
not less than 200 square feet, either with a
structure or in the open, exclusive of driveways
or access drives for the parking of one motor
vehicle.
Permitted use" means a class of specific uses of
land and/ or structures which is allowed by right
within a designated zoning district, given conformance
to site development and other criteria as
specified within this Zoning Ordinance.
Recreational vehicles sales area". See
Automobile sales area".
Research activities" means research, development
and testing related to such fields as chemical,
pharmaceutical, medical, electrical, transportation
and engineering. All research testing and
development shall be carried on within entirely
enclosed buildings, and no noise, smoke, glare,
vibration or odor shall be detected outside of
such building.
Rooming houde" means a dwelling occupied by an
owner and three or more rent-paying persons, by
a duly authorized agent of an owner and three or
more rent-paying persons, or by four or more
persons unrelated by blood, adoption, marriage,
guardianship or foster parent contract. A family
model home as defined in this section shall not
be deemed to be a rooming house.
School, elementary and high" means an institution
of learning which offers instruction in the
several branches of learning and study required
to be taught in the schools by the applicable laws
of the State. High schools include junior and senior grades.
82) Sign" means any device as defined in
Section 1189.02(a).
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92)
93)
Stable, commercial" means a stable for horses,
donkeys, mules or ponies which are let, hired,
used or boarded on a commercial basis and for
compensation.
Stable, private" means an accessory building for
the keeping of horses, donkeys, mules or ponies
owned by the occupant of the premises and not kept
for remuneration, hire or sale.
Standard, performance" means a criterion
established in the interest of protecting the
public health and safety from the control of
noise, odor, smoke, noxious gases and other
objectionable or dangerous elements generated by
and inherent in or incidental to land use.
Story" means that portion of a building, included
between the surface of any floor above it, then
the space between the floor and the ceiling next
above it.
Street" " thoroughfare" means a public or private
way for the purposes of vehicular travel,
including the entire area with the right of way.
Structure" means anything constructed, the use
of which requires permanent locati6n on the
ground, or attachment to something having a
permanent location on the ground.
Structural alteration" means any change in the
structural members of a building, such as walls,
columns, beams or girders.
Yard" means a required open space other than a
court unoccupied and unobstructed by any
structure or portion of a structure from three
feet above the general ground level of the graded
lot upward; provided, accessories, ornaments and
furniture may be permitted in any yard, subject
to height limitations and requirements limiting
obstruction of visibility.
A. Yard, front" means a yard extending between
side lot lines across the front of a lot and
from the front lot line to the front of the
principal building.
B. Yard, rear" means a yard extending between
side lot lines across the rear of a lot and
from the rear lot line to the rear of the
principal building.
C. Yard, side" means a yard extending from the
principal building to the side lot line on
both sides of the principal building between
the lines establishing the front and rear
yards.
Zoning Inspector" means the Zoning Inspector of
the Village of Granwille, or his authorized
representative.
Zoning Map" means the Zoning Map of the Village
of Granville, together with all amendments
subsequently adopted.
Zoning Certificate" means a document issued by
the Village Manager authorizing buildings,
strudtures or uses consistent with the terms of
this Zoning Ordinance and for the purpose of
carrying out and enforcing its provisions.
I: Existing Section 1135. 01( a) of Chapter 1135 is hereby repealed.
Section I
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Section III:
Section IV:
Passed this
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.
This ordinance shall be effective from and after
the earliest date allowed by law.
day of 1989.
Lv*t<1'4A A(VAL
Mafor
EST:
rk of - Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Law Director

Ordinance 21-1989

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BY: Vvi
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 21-88 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1989 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, 1989 and ending December
31, 1989, and;
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement previously made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, be
Ohio, that:
Section I:
Section II:
Account No.
E2-5-G-250
Section III:
Account No.
C3-5-G-250
Section IV:
Account No.
E92-5-G-230
Section V:
Account No.
Al-7-E-250
it ordained by the Council of Granville,
The annual budget of the Village of Granville,
as established by Ordinance No. 21-88, be
amended by the Council, as recommended by the
Manager, and is hereby adopted.
To provide for operating expenditures for the
Sewer Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1989, the following appropriation is
hereby made in the Sewer Fund:
Account Add
Capital Outlay-portable generator $10,000.00
To provide for operating expenditures for the
Sewer Replacement &Improvement Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1989 the
following appropriation is hereby made in the
Sewer Replacement &Improvement Fund:
Account Add
Capital Outlay-portable generator $6, 000.00
To Provide for operating expenditures for the
Sewer Capital Improvement Fund during the fiscal
year ending December 31, 1989, the following
appropriation is hereby made in the Sewer Capital Improvement Fund:
Account
Contractual Services-Granville
East Sewer Study
Add
2,400.00
To provide for operating expenditures for the General Fund during the fiscal year ending
December 31, 1989, the following appropriation is hereby made in the General Fund:
Account
Capital Outlay -Salt Storage
Facility
Add
20,000.00
ORDINANCE NO. 21-89
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Section VI: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
Passed this 11-IL
CI«ABVLLA erk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Gu.
ts06&64,t,*rO Law Director
day of - 1989.
Mayor
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Ordinance 20-1989

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BY: U I la.144li/ll
AN ORDINANCE VACATING THE UNIMPROVED PORTION OF A PUBLIC STREET
AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Granville Village Council accepted a petition
from owners of real estate in the Village of Granville praying for the vacation of a certain unimproved portion of Victoria
Drive as shown on the plat of the Carriage Hill Subdivision, said unimproved portion lying between Lot 10930 and Lot 10931 in said subdivision, and being bordered by a 5. 2151 acre tract in the Village of Granville and abutting the property owned by the petitioners, which area to be vacated is shown on the Plat
attached hereto- as Exhibit A, said petition having been submitted in accordance with Sections 723. 04 of the Ohio Revised Code; and
WHEREAS, the petition was signed by all of the owners of land abutting the area to be vacated; and
WHEREAS, no notice by publication is required, having been waived pursuant to Section 723. 06 of the Ohio Revised Code; and
WHEREAS, the Granville Village Council finds that there is good cause for such vacation; that such vacation will not be detrimental to the general interest and that it should be made.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, THAT:
Section I: The following described portion of Victoria
Drive shall be and hereby is vacated, to wit:
Being a portion of Victoria Drive located
between Lot 10930 and Lot 10931 as shown on the plat of the Carriage Hill Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book 13, at Page 14, Plat
Records of Licking County, Ohio, being bounded
on the north by the premises described in Deed
Book 802 at Page 794, et seq.L,icking County Deed Records and on the south by the premises
described in Official Records Book 214 at Page 617, et seq.,on the east by the premises described in Official Records Book 220 at
Page 727, et seq.,and on the southeast by the premises described in Official Records
Book 219 at Page 515, all in the Licking
County Official Records. The area to be vacated is shown on the plat, attached hereto as Exhibit
A, and made a part hereof.
Section II: The Village Manager is instructed to prepare
a vacation plat of said vacated portion of Victoria Drive and the Clerk of this Council
is instructed to endorse upon such plat the action of this Councialn,'d to cause such plat to be recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Licking County, Ohio.
ORDINANCE NO. 20-89
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Section III: This ordinance is hereby decldred to be an
emergency measure necessary for the immediate
preservation of the public health, safety,
and general welfare, in that it is necessary
to vacate this dedicated but unimproved street
within the municipality and therefore it shall
take effect immediately upon passage.
Passed this SUJ day of
prEST: c- -
Clerk of CokincILv
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Law Director
1, 0/
U 1#1 (.l€ A 1989.
CJURY f-igu
Mayor
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PETITION TO VACATE A PORTION OF VICTORIA DRIVE
To the Council of the Village of Granville, State of Ohio
The undersigned, owners of all of the land in the Village of Granville in
the immediate vicinity of Victoria Drive from the eastern edge of its present
terminating circle to the eastern boundary of the Carriage Hill Additi6n,
respectively petition Granville Village Council that that portion of Victoria
Drive described as lying between the eastern edge of its present terminating
circle and the eastern boundary of the Carriage Hill Addition be vacated, for
the reason that it has never been improved for public use and its vacation will
not be detrimental to the general interest.
Notice of this application is hereby waived pursuant to Section 723.06,
Ohio Revised Code.
Date: 0-®2-89
Date: 162 -29
Date: 331*
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Date: 4-27-,
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Ordinance 19-1989

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BY:
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION,
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF A WATER BOOSTER STATION PROJECT
BETWEEN THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE AND THE OHIO WATER DEVELOPMENT
AUTHORITY AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Village of Granville (hereinafter referred to
as the "LGA"ha)s, determined the need for the construction of
certain water facilities as specified in the plans and specifications
for such facilities approved by the Director of Environmental
Protection of the State of Ohio; and
WHEREAS, the LGA desires to cooperate with the Ohio Water
Development Authority (hereinafter referred to as the "OWDA" in
the construction, maintenance, and operation of such facilities
through the OWDA' s Local Government Agency Program, instituted
pursuant to Regulations adopted by the OWDA on December 6, 1979,
as amended, under -the provisions, terms and conditions set forth
in Exhibit "A"attached hereto and made a part hereof; and
WHEREAS, the OWDA has stated its desire to cooperate in the
construction, maintenance and operation of such facilities under
the provisions, terms and conditions set forth in Exhibit "A".
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the
Village of Granville, Ohio:
Section
Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
Attest:
I: That the LGA hereby approves the construction,
maintenance and operation of the aforesaid water
facilities in cooperation with the OWDA under the
provisions, terms and conditions set forth in the
Cooperative Agreement for Construction,
Maintenance and Operation of State Water Project"
as set forth in Exhibit "A" and hereby authorizes
the Chief Executive Office and the Chief Fiscal
Officer of the LGA to execute such an agreement
with the OWDA substantially in the form set forth
in Exhibit "A".
That it is found and detertined that all formal
actions of this Council concerning and relating to
the passage of this ordinance were passed in an
open meeting of this Council, and that all
deliberation of this Council and of any of its
committees that resulted in such formal action,
were in meetings open to the public, in compliance
with all legal requirements including Section
121. 22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for the immediate
preservation of the public peace, health, and
safety of said Village of Granville for the reason
that the immediate construction of the water
facilities at the earliest possible time is
necessary in order to protect the health of its
inhabitants of the LGA by providing adequate
supply and distribution of water; wherefore, this
ordinance shall be in full force and effect from
and immediately after its passage.
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law biljector
2-
day of 1989.
Mayor
ORDINANCE NO. 19-89
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Ordinance 18-1989

CS-Z Rev. 4/1/8] BY:
NAME OF STREET
ROUTE NO. State Route No. 16
ORDINANCE NO.
DATE OF ENACTMENT
18-89
P. F. 1205
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ALn iecmkerignengcy o rd i n a n c e e n-acted by theCoVuinlltayg, eOhoifo, Granville . in the matter of the hereinafter described improvement. and to request cooperation from the Director of Transportation.
WHEREAS. the Village has identified the need for and proposes the Improvement of a portion of the public highway which described as follows: Beginning at a point which is the intersection
of a westerly corporation line of the Vilfage of Granville and State
Route No. 16 said point being westerly 0.48 miles from the intersection of said
State Route No. 16 and Cherry Valley Road; thence easterly 0.67 miles along said
State Route No. 16 to its intersection with the easterly corporation line of the
Village of Granville and there terminate.
Beginning at a point which is southerly 0.20 miles from the intersection of Cherry
Valley Road and. State Route No. 16; thence 'northerly 0.50 miles along said Cherry
Valley Road to its intersection with the Newark- Granville Road and there terminate.
This is a signing, signal and related work project.
said portion of highway within the municipal corporation limits being hereinafter referred to
as the improvement. and
WHEREAS. the Village further desires cooperation from the Director of Transportation in the
planning, design and construction of said improvement.
NOW THEREFORE. Be it ordained by the Council of the Vlllage of Granville .
Ohio:
SECTION I (Cooperation)
That said Village hereby requests the cooperation of the Director of Transportation. in the cost
of the above described improvement as follows:
That the Sum of $
SECTION I- A
is hereby appropriated for the improvement of the highway as described hereinabove. by the Village.
SECTION II (Consent)
That It is declared to be in the public interest that the consent of said Village be and such consent is hereby given to the Director of Transportation to construct the above described improve- ment. in accordance with plans, specifications and estimates as approved by the Director.
SECTION III (Authorlty to Slgn)
That the Village Manager of said Village. 15 hereby authorized
Contractual Officer's Title)
to enter into maintenance and parking agreements and special contractual obligations.
Pdge 1 Of 3
Form CS-6 (Rev. 2-1-73)
FISCAL OFFICER' S CERTIFICATE
Expenditures for State Highways within Municipal Corporations.
Note: This certificate shall be made with seal affixed, in duplicate and iled
with the District Deputy Director, Ohio Department of Transportation.
I hereby certify that 7 1/2%funds received pursuant to the
Ohio Revised Code are as follows:
1) Available and anticipated in fiscal year $
2) Expended to date $
3) Funds committed for other maintenance $
4) Available for expenditure $
5) Funds anticipated for use on Cherrv Valley Rd. ,
and State Route NO. 16 project.*
Not less than (4) above.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal as
fiscal officer this 2,,53-5.- day of d»26- * 19 ff
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Fiscal Officer' s Seal) Fiscal Officer of Granville Ohio.
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Rev. 10-1-69)
FISCAL OFFICER' S CERTIFICATE
I hereby certify that the money, to wit: $ ,
required for the payment of the cost other than that part thereof assumed by
the State Of Ohio for signing, signals and related work on State Route No. 16
and Cherry Valley Road.
has been lawfully .appropriated for such purpose and is in the treasury to the
credit of, or has been levied, placed on the duplicate and in process of collection
for the appropriate fund and not appropriated for any other purpose; or is being
obtained by sale of bonds issued on account of said improvement, which bonds are
sold and in process of delivery.
I further certify that this certificate was made, sealed and filed with the
legislative authority of Granville Ohio, after said legislative
authority passed the ordinancer/esolution in connection with the within
described project; and that this certificate was forthwith recorded in the record
of proceedings of said legislative authority, namely: Legislative Authority' s
Journal, volume at page
Fiscal Officer's Seal)
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand
and official seal as said fiscal officer, this
day Of 19
Fiscal Officer of Granville Ohio.
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SECTION IV (Maintenance. Parking Traffic Control Signals and Devices)
traffiTchaat tupaolnl ctiommepsle.taionnd of said improvement. said Village. will thereafter keep said highway open to
a) Manadinmtaakine athmepleimfpirnoavenmceianlt ainndaoccthoerdranpcreovwisiitohnsthe provisions of the statues relating thereto for such maintenance; and
b) Malntaln the rlght of way and keep it free of obstructions in a manner satisfactory to the State of Ohio and hold said right of way inviolate for public highway purposes and permit rnioghstigonfs.wpayoslitmersit.sb: iallnbdoards. roadside stands or other private installations within the
c) TPlraacfeficandComnatrionltaDinevaiclelstraffic control devices conforming to the Ohio Manual of Uniform 4511.11 and related sectioonnstheof imthperovOehmioenRt eivnisecdompliance with the provisions of Section Code; and
d) Regulate parking in the following manner:
Prohibit parking within the limits of the project.
SECTION V
Right of Way, Utility Rearrangement and Saving the State of Ohio Harmless of Damages)
a) fTohratthaellaefoxriesstianigd ismtrpereotveamndenpt.usbhliacll wbaey mriagdhe taovfaiwlaabylewithin the Village which is necessary therefor.
b) oThf atthetheafoSrteastaeiId/ ]imGprolviwe}mil*elnta.cquire any additional right of way required for the construction
c) That arrangements have been or will be made with and agreements obtained from all public utility have agreed to make any and all necessary plant removals or rearrangements in such manner as
companies whose lines or structures will be affected by the said improvement and said companies htoavebe clear of any construction called for by the plans of said improvement and said companies or theagDreeepdarttmoemnat koefsTucrhannsepcoerstsaatrioynr.earrangements immediately after notification by said Village
d) That it is hereby agreed that the Village shall at its own expense. make all rearrangements of water mains. service lines. fire hydrants. valve boxes. sani tary sewers or other municipally owned utilities ando/r any appurtenances thereto. which do not comply with the provisions of Directive No. 28-A.
e) That the construction. reconstruction.and/ or rearrangement of both publicly and privately owned utilities. to interferereferred to in subsections (c) and (d) above, shall be done in such a manner as not backfilling oufntdreunlychweisth the operation of the contractor constructing the improvement and all accordance with the provmisaidoensneocef stshaeryObhyiosuch utility rearrangements shall be performed in Material Specifications and shall be subjecDt etpoaratmppernotvoalf Transportation Construction and by the State.
f) rTehqautirethmeenintsstallation of all utility facilities on the right of way shall conform with the Utility Reloocaf titohnesFaendderAaldjHuisgthmwaeyntAs'dministration Pol icy and Procedure Memorandum 304- and the Department of Transportation's rules on Utility Accomodation.
g) OThhaito.SsahidalVl iblleagaendhiesrebhyereabgyrees that the said Department of Transportation of the State of arising from or growing out osfavtheed chaerrmtilfeiscsatfiroomn any and 811 damages or claims thereof a).b ().c ().d )(and e( ) hereinabove. of obligations made or agreed to in Sections
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This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure by for expedlting highway improvements reason of the need the affirmative to promote highway safety, and provided it receives vote of two-thirds of the members elected to Council, it shall take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage and approval by the Mayor; otherwise, it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed:
Attest: i
Attest: 4
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le·e- Mayorn
President of C uncil
CERTIFICATE OF COPY
STATE OF OHIO
Village of Granville
SS
County Licking
1,4 Catherine M. Miller as clerk of the Village of Granville ,
Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of ordinance adopted by the legislative Authority of the said Village on the 4 19th day of
April 19 89 , that the publication of such ordinance has been made and certified of record according to law; that no proceedings looking to a referendum uthpeonreosufch ordinance have been taken; and that such ordinance and certificate of publication are of record in Ordinance Record No. 16-89 Page ------
SEAL 1 4%OUS9»3/Lu Clerk
Village of
Granville
Ohio.
descrTibheeda. foregoing is accepted as a basis for proceeding with the improvement herein
4 F ,(A - . or the Village o Granville Oho, .
Attest: p434]4 i.c e-35 2#41j n , 41/1/4141 A . L.-Ukt
7i*tic,tual Officer 44 ILY
For the State of Ohio
Attest:
Date
Director, Ohio Department of Transportation
Page 3 of 3
V

Ordinance 17-1989

BY:
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 21-88 AND TRANSFER
FUNDS WITHIN THE GENERAL FUND, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1989.
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, 1989 and ending December 31, 1989, and;
WHEREAS, certain tree maintenance functions ently performed by village can be more effici- personnel, properly equipped;
NOW, THEREFOR
Ohio, that:
Section I:
Section II:
Passed this
E, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
The sum of $2500 be and hereby is transferred
to Account Al-4-F-240 from Account Al-4-F-23 ,
both accounts within the General Fund.
This ordinance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for the immediate
preservation of the public health, safety, and
general welfare, in that it is necessary to
purchase tree maintenance equipment to provide
in-house tree maintenance and removal, and
therefore it shall take effect immediately on passage.
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Attest:
Clerk of Council
5. 7
Approved as to form:
0-x. cOlXiu-u+U) Law Director
day of 11 JaJN.V
VlleL,/ t /-/
V
1989.
4, GLA ,AA<1- i -.AAe. Major 14-4-
ORDINANCE NO. 17-89

Ordinance 16-1989

1/83
BY: 00400
NAME OF STREET
ROUTE NO. State Route No. 16
ORDINANCE NO. 16-89
DATE OF ENACTMENT 191, 9 )<9 £
An emergency ordinance enacted by the Village of Granville
T. irking - County, Ohio, in the matter of the hereinafter described improvement. and to request cooperation from the Director of Transportation.
the pWuHbEliRcEAS. the Village has identified the need for and proposes the improvm#ent of ortlon of highway which described as follows: Beginning at a point which is
tJ'inter- section of a westerly corporation line of the Vill&ge of Granville and State Route
No. 16 said point being westerly 0.48 miles from the intersection of said State
Route NO. 16 and Cherry VAlley Road; thence, easterly 0.67 miles along said State
Route No. 16 to its intersection with the easterly corporation line of the Village of Granville and there terminate.
This is a repair, resurfacing and related work project.
261, *-
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said portion of highway within the municipal corporation limits being hereinafter referred to
as the improvement. and
WHEREAS. the Village further desires cooperation from the Director of Transportation in the planning. design and construction of said improvement.
NOW THEREFORE. Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville
Ohio:
SECTION I (Cooperation)
That said Village hereby requests the cooperation of the Director 9f Transportation. in the cost
of the above described improvement as follows:
That the Sum of $
SECTION 1- A
is hereby appropriated for the improvement of the highway as described herelnabove. by the Village.
SECTION Il (Consent)
That it 15 declared to be In the public interest that the consent of said Village be and such mcoennste.nitn is hereby given to the Director of Transportation to construct the above described improve- accordance with plans, specifications and estimates as approved by the Director.
SECTION III (Authorlty to Slgn)
That the Village Manager of said Village, 15 hereby authorized Contractual Officer's Title)
to enter into maintenance and parking agreements and special contractual obligations. _
Page. 1 of 3
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(Rev. 10-1-69)
FISCAL OFFICER'S CERTIFICATE
I hereby certify that the money, to wit: $ D 1 ,
requi red for the payment of the cost other than that part thereof assumed by
the State of Ohio for the repair, resurfacing and related work on State
Route No. 16 in the Village of Granville.
has been lawfully appropriated for such purpose and is in the treasury to the
credit of, or has been levied, placed on the duplicate and in process of collection
for the appropriate fund and not appropriated for any other purpose; or is being
obtained by sale of bonds issued on account of said improvement, which bonds are
sold and in process of delivery.
I further certify that this certificate was made, sealed and filed with the
legislative authority of Granville - Ohio, after said legislative
authority passed the ordinancer/esolution in connection with the within
described project; and that this certificate was forthwith recorded in the record
of proceedings of said legislative authority, namely: Legislative Authority' s
Journal, volume at page
Fiscal Officer's Seal)
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand
and official seal as said fiscal officer, this
3 da-y of 19cfY .
Fiscal Officer of Granville , Ohio.
FISCAL OFFICER' S CERTIFICATE
Expenditures for State Highways within Municipal Corporations.
Note: This certificate shall be made with seal affixed, in with duplicate and filed the District Deputy Director, Ohio Department of Transportation.
I hereby certify that 7 1/2%funds received pursuant to the
Ohio Revised Code are as follows:
1) Available and anticipated in fiscal year
2) Expended to date
3) Funds committed for other maintenance
4) Available for expenditure
5) Funds anticipated for use on
State Route No. 16 project.*
Not less than (4) above.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal as
fiscal officer this day of 19
Fiscal Officer' s Seal) Fiscal Officer of Granville
Ohi o.
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SECTION IV (Maintenance. Parking Traffic Control Signals and Devices)
That upon completion of said improvement. said Village. will thereafter keep said highway open to
traffic at all times. and
a) Maintain the improvement in accordance with the provisions of the statues relating thereto
and make ample financial and other provisions for such maintenance; and
b) Maintain the right of way and keep it free of obstructions in a manner satisfactory to the
State of Ohio and hold said right of way inviolate for public highway purposes and permit
no signs, posters. billboards. roadside stands or other private installations within the
right of way limits; and
c) Place and maintain all traffic control devices conforming to the Ohio Manual of Uniform
Traffic Control Devices on the improvement in compliance with the provisions of Section
4511.11 and related sections of the Ohio Revised Code; and
d) Regulate parking in the following manner:
Prohibit parking within the limits of .the project.
SECTION V
Right of Way. Utility Rearrangement and Saving the State of Ohio Harmless of Damages)
a) That all existing street and public way right of way within the Village which is necessary
for the aforesaid improvement. shall be made available therefor.
b) That the StateK/*S(w*i*ll acquire any additional right of way required for the construction
of the aforesaid improvement.
c) That arranaements have been or will be made with and agreements obtained from all public utility
companies whose lines or structures will be affected by the said improvement and said companies
have agreed to make any and all necessary plant removals or rearrangements in such manner as
to be clear of any construction called for by the plans of said improvement and said companies
have agreed to make such necessary rearrangements immediately after notification by said Village
or the Department of Transportation.
d) That it is hereby agreed that the Village shall at its own expense. make all rearrangements of
water mains. service lines. fire hydrants. valve boxes, sanitary sewers or other municipally
owned utilities and/ or any appurtenances thereto. which do not comply with the provisions of
Directive No. 28-A.
e) That the construction. reconstruction, and/ or rearrangement of both publicly and privately owned
utilities. referred to in subsections (c) and (d) above. shall be done in such a manner as not
to interfere unduly with the operation of the contractor constructlng the improvement and all
backfilling of trenches made necessary by such utility rearrangements shall be performed in
accordance with the provisions of the Ohio Department of Transportation Construction and
Material Specifications and shall be subject to approval by the State.
f) That the installation of all utility facilities on the right of way shall conform with the
requirements of the Federal Highway Administration Policy and Procedure Memorandum 30- 4
Utility Relocations and Adjustments'and the Department of Transportation' s rules on
Utility Accomodation.
g) That said Village hereby agrees that the said Department of Transportation of the State of
Ohio. shall be and is hereby saved harmless from any and all damages or claims thereof
arising from or growing out of the certification of obligations made or agreed to in Sections
a).b ().c ().d )(and (e) hereinabove.
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Page 2 of 3
This ordinance ls hereby declared for expediting highway to be an emergency measure by reason of the need improvements to promote highway safety, and provided it receives the affirmative vote of twot-hirds of the members elected to Council, it shall take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage and approval by the Mayor; otherwise, it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed:
Attest:
2.. Attest:
G6 » 9 /, 19.
Clerk
7 n 11. 1A«t: Vitt Ma-yor
President of Council
STATE OF OHIO
Village of Granville
County Licking
CERTIFICATE OF COPY
1, 2 Catherine M. Miller as clerk of the Village of Granville , Obyhitoh,edolegheisrelabytivceertify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of ordinance adopted Authority of the said Village on the 19th day of 4pril 1989 , that the publication of such ordinance has been made and certifled of record according toT-aw; that no proceedings looking to upon such ordinance have been taken; and that such ordinance and certificaaterefoefrepnduubmlication thereof are of record in Ordinance Record No. 18-89 Page ------
SEAL) 2yfjz*»PZLiZA Clerk
Village of Granville
Ohio.
descrTibheeda. foregoing is accepted as a basis for proceeding with the improvement herein
For the Village of Granville ,01io.
IcoLnpc_tuaLl/OfLficer . T * a t e 1/&<1 ,//
For the' State of Ohio
Attest:
Date
Director, Ohio Department of Transportation
Page 3 of 3
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Ordinance 15-1989

P. F. NO. 1649
NAME OF STREET Pearl Street
ROUTE NO. State Route 661
ORDINANCE NO. 15=89
DATE OF ENACTMENT
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An emergency ordinance enacted by the Village of Granville
LickinE County, Ohio, in the matter of the hereinafter described
improvement, and to request cooperation from the Director of Transportation.
WHEREAS, the Village has identified the need for and proposes the improvement of a portion of the public highway which is described as follows:
Beginning at a point 0.13 mile south of the intersection of State Route 661 (Pearl Street) and the north corporation line of the Village of Granville, thence, north- erly 0. 13 mile along said State Route 661 to said intersection and there terminate.
This is a guardrail upgrading project.
said portion of highway within the municipal corporation limits being hereinafter referred to
as the improvement, and
WHEREAS, the Village further desires cooperation from the Director of Transportation in the planning, design and construction of said improvement.
Ohio:
C.
NOW' THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville
SECTION I (Cooperation)
That said Village hereby requests the cooperation of the Director of Transportation, in the cost of the above described improvement as follows:
SECTION I- A
That the_S_um..o_f $
is hereby appropriated for the improvement of the highway as described hereinabove, by the Village.
SECTION l I (Consent)
That it is declat·ed to be in the public interest that the consent of said Village be and such consent is hereby given to the Director of Transportation to construct the above described improve- ment, in accordance with plans, specifications and estimates as approved by the Director.
SECTION 111 Authority to Sign)
Tiiat tlie-_ Villpop Manpper of said Village, is hereby authorized
Cox,tractual Officer' s Title)
lt, enter' ilito maintenatice and parking agreemepits and special co,)tractual obligations.
IS?S.
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Rev 10-1-69)
FISCAL OFFICER' S CERTIFICATE
I hereby certi fy that the money, to wit: $ -
required for the payment of the cost other than that part thereof assumed by
the State of Ohi for the improvement which is described as follows:
Beginning at a point 0. 13 mile south of the intersection of State Route 661
Pearl Street) and the north corporation line of the Village of Granville, thence,
northerly 0.13 mile along said State Route 661 to said intersection.
This is a guardrail upgrading project.
has been lawfuliy appropriated for such purpose and is in the treasury to the
credit of, or has been levied, placed on the duplicate and in process of collection
for the -appropriate fund and not appropriated for any other purpose; or is being
obtained by sale of bonds issued on account of said improvement, which bonds are
sold and in process of delivery.
I further certify that this certificate was made, sealed and filed with the
legislative authority of Granville Ohio, after said legislative
authority passed the ordinancer/esolution in connection with the within
described project; and that this certificate was forthwith recorded in the record
of proceedings of said legislative authority, namely: Legislative Authority' s
Journal, volume at page
Fiscal Officer's Seal)
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand
and official seal as said fiscal officer, this
675v- day of 0,LE» 1929
U
Fiscal Officer of Granville Ohio.
Form CS-6 (Rev. 2-1-73)
FISCAL OFFICER' S CERTIFICATE
Expenditures for State Highways within Municipal Corporations.
Note: This certificate shall be made with seal affixed, in duplicate and filed
with the District Deputy Director, Ohio Department of Transportation.
I hereby certify that 7 1/2%funds received pursuant to the
Ohio Revised Code are as follows:
1) Available and anticipated in fiscal year $
2) Expended to date $
3) Funds committed for other maintenance $
4) Available for expenditure : $
5) Funds anticipated for use on guardrail upgrading,
State Route No. 661 project.* $
Not less than (4) above.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal as
fiscal officer this day of 19
Fiscal Officer' s Seal) Fiscal Officer of Granville Ohio.
SECTION IV (Maintenance, Parking Traffic Control Signals and Devices)
That upon completion of said improvement, traffic said Village, will thereafter keep said highway open to at all times, and
a) aMnadintain the improvement in accordance with the provisions of the statutes relating thereto make ample financial and other provisions for such maintenance; and
b) Maintain the righto- fw-ay and keep it free of obstructions in a manner satisfactory to the State of Ohio and hold said right- of- way inviolate for public highway purposes and permit
nroigshigtno-sf, -posters, billboards, roadside stands or other private installations within the way limits; and
c) Place and maintain all traffic control devices conforming to the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices on the improvement in compliance with the provisions of Section 4511.11 and related sections of the Ohio Revised Code; and
d) Regulate parking in the following manner:
Prohibit parking within the limits of the project.
SECTION V
Right- of-Way, Utility Rearrangement and Damage and Liability Responsibilities)
a) That all existing street and public way righto- fw-ay within the Village which is necessary for the aforesaid improvement, shall be made available therefor.
b) That the StateR/XX1#@6 will acquire any additional righto- fw-ay required for the construct ion of the aforesaid improvement.
c) That arrangements have been or will be made with and agreements obtained from all public utility companies whose lines or structures will be affected by the said improvement and said companies have agreed to make any and all necessary plant removals or rearrangements in such manner as htoavebe clear of any construction called for by the plans of said improvement and said companies agreed to make such necessary rearrangements immediately after notification by said Village or the Department of Transportation.
d) That it is hereby agreed that the Village shall at its own expense, make all rearrangements of water mains, service lines, fire hydrants, valve boxes, sanitary sewers or other municipally owned utilities ando/r any appurtenances thereto, which do not camply with the provisions of Directive No. DH- P-411.
e) uThtailtittihees,construction, reconstruction, ando/r rearrangement of both publicly and privately owned referred to in subsections (c) and (d) above, shall be done in such a manner. as not to interfere unduly with the operation of the contractor constructing the improvement and all backfilling of trenches made necessary by such utility rearrangements shall be performed in accordance with the provisions of the Ohio Department of Transportation Construction and Material Specifications and shall be subject to approval by the State.
f) That the installation of all utility facilities on the righto- fw-ay shall conform with the requirements of the Federal Highway Administration Policy and Procedure Memorandum 304- Utility Relocations and Adjustments"and the Department of Transportation's rules on Utility Accommodation.
g) That the Village hereby agrees to accept responsibility for any and all damages or claims for which it is legally liable arising from the negligence of its officers, employees or agents in the performance of the Village's obligations made or agreed to in Sections (a),b (),c (), d),e )(and (f) hereinabove. Likewise, The State all damages agrees to accept responsibility for any and or claims for which it is legally liable arising from the negligence of its officers, employees or agents in the performance of the State's obligations made or agreed to in Sections ( b),c (),d (),e )(and (f) hereinabove.
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This ordinance is hereby declared to be for expediting highway improvements an emergency measure by reason of the need the to promote highway safety, and provided it receives affirmative vote of twot-hirds of the members elected to Council, it shall take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage and approval by the Mayor; otherwise, it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed:
Attest:
Attest:
4.I)q _ -1 1, _.
l?42*»du . 9 , A1-1-,· L, f c. .,2- 25 Clerk Vice Mayor F A/;/ President of Council
CERTIFICATE OF COPY
STATE OF OHIO
Village of Granville
County Licking
1, Catherine M. Miller
as Clerk of the Village of Granville bOyhio, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of ordinance adopted the legislative Authority of the said Village on the 19th day of April 198-1, that the publication of such ordinance has been made and certified of record according to law; that no proceedings looking to a referendum uthpoenresoufch ordinance have been taken; and that such ordinance and certificate of publication are of record in Ordinance Record No. 15-89 Page ------ .
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Clerk
Village of Granville Ohio.
descrTibheeda. foregoing is accepted as a basis for proceeding with the improvement herein
For the Village of Granville 01>io.
Attest: L4. 5-2L&6 4-916btra1ctual OPfficeru_D_at£e1__
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For the State of Ohio
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Director, Ohio Department of Transportation
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Ordinance 13-1989

ORDINANCE NO. 13-89
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BY:
AN ORDINANCE TO CREATE A COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING FUND AND TO
AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 21-88 APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR OPERATING
EXPENSES IN THE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING FUND AND
DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
There Is Hereby Created A Comprehensive Planning Fund A3, Which
Is To Consist Of Monies Collected By Donations And Distributed To
The Village Of Granville Upon Its Request To Be Used For The
Purpose Of Paying For A Comprehensive Planning Study.
Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal
Year 1989 And To Provide Sums To Meet Current Obligations
Arising From The Comprehensive Planning Fund.
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, 1989 and ending December 31,
1989, and;
WHEREAS, such a budget has been adopted for the fiscal year 1989
but did not include provisions for expenditures for sums hereafter;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: The sum of $47,350, be and hereby is appropriated
to Account No. A3-4-E-250, in the Comprehensive
Planning Fund.
Section II: This ordinance is hereby 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
paying for a Comprehensive Planning Study, 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 the Village.
Passed this 21L*
erk of CounciF
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Appjved as to form:
Law, Directory
day of -_ , 1989.
2e+pl1.-.Yc_C--- -- Vlce Mayor

Ordinance 12-1989

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BY:
AN ORDINANCE VACATING THE UNIMPROVED AND DECLARING PORTION OF A PUBLIC STREET AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Granville Village Council accepted a petition from owners of real estate in the Village of Granville praying for the vacation of a certain unimproved portiori of Fern Hill Drive as shown on the plat of the Fern Hill Subdivision, said unimproved portion lying between Lot 10768 and Lot 10767 in said subdivision and abutting the property owned by the petitioners, said petition having been submitted in accordance with Section 723. 04 of the Ohio Revised Code; and,
WHEREAS, the Granville Village Council finds that there is good cause for such vacation; that such vacation will not be detrimental to the general interest and that it should be made.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, THAT:
SECTION
SECTION
I: The following described portion of Fern Hill Drive shall be and hereby is vacated. to wit:
Being the entire unimproved portion of Fern Hill Drive located between Lot 10768 and Lot 10767 as shown on the plat of the Fern Hill Subd- ivision as recorded in Plat Book at page ,
Plat Records of Licking County, Ohio, being bounded on the north by the premises described in Deed Book 516 at page 165, et seq.L, icking County Deed Records and on the south by the improved portion of Fern Hill Drive as shown on said plat, tEhxehipbeitrtinent part of which is attached hereto as A.
II: The Village Manager is instructed to prepare a vacation plat of said vacated portion of Fern Hill Drive and the Clerk of this council is instructed
to endorse upon such plat the action of this Council, and to cause such plat to be recorded in OthheioO. ffice of the Recorder of Licking County,
SECTION III: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency and shall take effect on the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed the
Attest:
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Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
Law Director
day of 0£
6*1989.
Mayor
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council do hereby dertify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and exact dopy of Ordinance No. 128-9, passed by Village Council, in an open meeting June 7, 1989.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
ORDINANCE NO. 12-89
Page 3 of Exhibit A
EXHIBIT "A"
Ordinance No. 12-89
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk hereby of Council of the Village of Granville, do certify that the foregoing plat is a true and exact copy of the plat presented with the petition for vacation of Street Rev. Code 723.04, a portion of the Exhibit A, of Ordinance No. 12-89.
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EXHIBIT A (Ordinance No. 12-89)
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
STREET VACATION
Page 1 bf 4 of Exhibit A.
On the fifth day of April, 1989, Ordinance No. 12-89 was
introduced at a regular meeting of the Council of the Village of
Granville. Said ordinance proposes to vacate a certain unimproved
portion of Fern Hill Drive in the Village of Granville, Ohio. The
portion of Fern Hill Drive which the ordinance proposes to vacate is described as follows:
Being the entire unimproved portion of Fern Hill Drive
located between Lot 10768 and Lot 10767 as shown on the plat of the Fern Hill Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book at
page Plat Records of Licking County, Ohio, being bounded
on the north by the premises described in Deed Book 516 at 165, et page seq.,Licking County Deed Records and on the south by the
improved portion of Fern Hill Driye as shown on said plat.
A public hearing on the proposed vacation is scheduled in
the Village Council Chambers, Granville Village Hall, South
Main Street, Granville, Ohio, on Wednesday, 1989
at 7: 30 P.M. and this matter will come before Council on the same date but no later than three months after the completion of this notice.
Publication dates:
Granville Sentinel:
April 13, 1989
April 20, 1989
April 27m 1989
May 4, 1989
May 11, 1989
May 18, 1989
IsI Catherine Miller
Clerk of Council
I, Catherine M. MTller, Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, do hereby certify that the foregoing Notice Of Proposed Street Vacation is
oa ftrtuhee Eanxdhiebxiat ct copy of the Notice of Proposed Street Vacation, a portion A, Of-Ordinande No. 12-89.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
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EXHIBIT A (Ordinance No. 12-89)
PETITION FOR VACATION OF STREET
Rev. Code 723.04
Village Council, Village of Granville
Page 2 of 4 of Exhibit A.
We, the undersigned, being owners of lots in the Village of
Granville, located in the immediate vicinity of and adjacent to
the street which is the subject matter of this petition, hereby
petition the Village Council to vacate that portion of Fern Hill
Drive which has never been completed and never been opened
adjacent to Lots 10767 and 10768 of Fern Hill Addition. The
portion for which vacation is sought is unopened and unimproved
and more fully delineated on Exhibit "A",attached hereto and
incorporated herein.
Owners of Lot 10767:
Owners of Lot 10768:
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Richard C. Graham
06-4V- Nancy CW Graham
I, Catherine M. Mill>er, Cl>& rk of Council of the Village of Granville, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and exact copy of the Petition
For Vacation Of Street Rev. Code 723. 04, a portion of the Exhibit A, of
Ordinance No. 12-89.
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vacation of Street Rev. Code 723.04, a portion
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THE GRANVILLE SENTINEL
Proof of Publication
State of Ohio, LIcking County,SS.:
Angus N. MacPhail
Managing Editor,
Advertising Director
The Granville Sentinel,a newspaper published by the Granville Sentinel Publishing Company In
Licking County, Granville, Ohio with a weekly paid circulation of more thant 1, 500 copies,
personally appeared and made oath that t)e notice of which a true copy is hereul{ to attached was
published in the Granville S9ntinel for (p time(s) to wit, on
73 -9/24 -q tri· - s<4 -S( 114)95
and that the rate charged therefor is the same as that charged for commercial advertising for like
services.
Signed LT 83 . lt-ill
Subscribed and sworn to this 614=L
day of ,jl,LA)6
1984as
witness my hand and seal of office.
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lit Notary Public in and for The State of Ohio
Lori A. Vest, Notary
State of Ohio
My Commission Expires June 20, 1993
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Thursday,May 11,1989
Page fifteen
The Granville Sentinel
h\1 D The Farm t'
Services
D Legal and Public Noticesj
NOTICE OF PROPOSED STREET LEGAL NOTICE CARPENTRY
VACATION Granville Township Zoning Commission
Grnnville,Ohio Painting
On the fifth day of April,1989,Ordinance
Report No. 12-89 was introduced at a regular The Granville Township Zoning Commismeetmg
of the Council of the Village of Sion will hold a public hearing on an appli- Stanley-587-0782
mnville. Said ordinance proposes to va- cation for a proposed zoing map amend-
755*41,181-,2,1»133* ,"r*, v,./,«1-,·iS«4.' +
Ite a cenain unimproved portion of Fern ment on May 30, 1989 at 7:30 p m. at the OMEGA
111 Dnve m the Village of Granville,Ohio Centenary Methodist Church,the corner of
f.fi.lS' i... PEST
ne portion of Fern Htll Dnve which the or- BroadwayandMain Streets,Granvile,Ohio
mance proposes to vacate is described as The application,submitted by John W.and CONTROL
t rs;
lollows· Mary E Bline,requests that 22 acres of land
be rezoned from Agnculture A( G)toRei- 5873-762
Belng the entire unimproved portlon of Fern dential R ( -1)for property located west of
Hill Drive located between Lot 10768 and Route 37,north of Silver Street,and east of OHIO POLE
Lot 10767 as shown on the plat of the Fern Beechtree Lane,Granvule,Ohio
I61-,Hill Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book BUILDING CO.
13,at page 87-88,Plat Records of Licking The application proposing to amend the
County,Ohio,being bounded on the north zoning resolution will be available for ex-
FARM &COMMERCIAL
bythepremisesde, cnbedin Deed Book516 amination for a penod of at least 10 days phone 587-2867
at page 165,et seq, Licklng County Deed prior to the public hearing at the following
Records and on the south by the improved location: Granvttle Pubbc Library,217 E.
by Angus MacPhail dollar versus the yen has produced pottion of Fern Hill Drive as shown on said Broadway, Gmnville, Ohio between the
Mick's
Moisture adequate a favorable environment for Japa- plat. hours of 9·00 a.m.and 6 00 p.m.
According to Ohio State Uni- nese investors. 156,000 of Ohio's Roofing Apublichearingontheproposed vacationis At the conclusion of the public hearing,the
versity,Ohio's soil moisture con- 22.3 million farm acres were for- scheduled in the Village Council Chambers, Zontng Commission may meet in a public Free-Estimates
tentisadequateforthisyear'splant- eign owned in 1987.Much of that Granville Village Hall, 118 South Main meeting to vote on a recommendation tothe
ing.Total precipitation from Janu- acreage was concentrated in Street,Granville,Ohio,or,Wednesday,June proposed zoning amendment 7,1989 at 7·30 p.m. and this matter will
587-2645
ary 1 to April 24 was 7.5 inches as Belmont,Harrison andNoblecoun- come before Council on the same date but Wes Sargent
opposed to 7.0 inches last year.The ties where foreign owned acres
LAWNMOWING
no later than three months afterthe comple- Chairman
average rainfall for that period is totalled 100,000. tion of this ilouce. Granville Township Zoning Commission ResidentialC &ommercial
Sttll higher at 11 inches. Don't blame Exxon
Catherine Miller
Lawn Care
David Elwell, a researcher at U.S.oilihiportshave increased Clerk of Council
PUBI. ICNQnCE, +-,+
i ;22#,, 7 years exp.F-ree Estimates
Ohio State, says that despite the 64%in the last 4 years, while 4/13,4/20,4/27,5/ 4,5/11,5/18/ 89 Granville Village Service Department
capacity forsomedeep soil areas to domestic production,pl, PUBLIC NOTICE will be accepting applications for one part- 344-3778
absorb more moisture,it is clear 10%Co.nsumptionhorise . VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE time Laborer during the summer months.
that thereis somerun-off occurring 11%dunng that peri Applicants must be at least 16 years of age IMPERIAL ONE PIECE
in shallow soil areas. contributes to a daily 01C| itofresolution No.892- 2 -To Award The Bid and be wilhng to perform rounie,tasks,R (e:
Elwellisquotel(as statingIt,'"s million barrels,which r .ls lhForPumpStation,SarutaiySewersand Force paintlng,cuttmggrass,etc)Applicantsmust MANUFACTURERS
FIBERGLASS POOLS
Main Improvements And To Authorize The be able to work from 7.00 a.m.to 3:OOp.m., 0p
likely we'll do better than last year 4090 ofourenergy supplies Inustbe Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract Monday thru Fnday.Rate of pay is 3$.50 AMERICAs· FiNEST 4713-338 POOL
as far as crop production goes." imported. With LE King & Son, Therefor per hour Apphcations may be picked up at IN GROUND & 1-800-458-3151
Land prices rise Lobster beware Granville Village Offices,118 South Main ABOVB GROUND
Street On Friday,June 2,1989,at 12 00
Farm acreage prices have dis- Catfishnowaccountsforabout
Resolution No. 89-23 -To Authonze The
Vttlage ManagerTo Advenise For Bids For p m Granville will hold a lottery to deterplayed
a stedy rise over the last half of U.S. fish and seafood con- The Construction Of A Water Booster Sta. mine the successful applicants. 2 5 Professional
two years,primarily due to higher sumption.Its production and mar- tion
crop prices caused by drought and . keting has increased at a rate of
go,·crnment p-togram rAceipL_2-57-o 'per yearf.6ribelastion hears _
Reolution No 89-24 -A Resolution To Classifid¢is Amend Pay Ciassificauoni,inc,3811! yRates PSYCHOLOGISTS
Ac€prding to Allan Lines of Ohio 80%of the total annual productton Forthe Several Departments Of The Vil-
State,farliidH are taking a big risk of 300 million pounds is concen- lage Of Granvtlle Teenager wants lawn Marci McCaulay,Ph.D.
by bidding up land prices based on trated in the state of Mississipi,
Ordinance No. 20-89 -An Ordinance Va- mowing jobs. Very reliable. Christine Paisley,Ph.D.
current conditions.Crop pnces and whereafarmcan gross up to$2,000 INDIVID. & COUPLES COUNSELING
farm income are expected to take a per pond acre.
eating The Unimproved Portion Of A Pub- 587-0211.
Itc Street,and Declaring An Emergency.
Granville 587-1375
significant drop this year. Johnsongrass is county's
Foreign investments in farm- worst weed NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING HELP WANTED:Sitter Tax preparation VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
land increase Howard Siegrist gimple CA for 13 month old infant.
John Englehardt CPA
In 1984 about 14million ofthe operative Extension3e,-hmance No. 21-89 -An Ordmance To Monday -Friday, U.S.'1.3 billion acres of farmland issued guidelines that e stelmend Ordinance No 21-88 Providing For
was foreign owned. The figure to be taken to stop tliread djustments Of Ihe Annual Budget For 8a.m.to 5 p.m.through call 587-2591
like Fiscal Year 1989 and Revising Sums
dropped to 12 million as a result of Johnsongrass. For ance por Operating Expenses. July 15. 587-1135
the farm crisis during the mid-80's, additional information call the
J.Drew Mc Farland
e.m,i
but is climbing again due to the Extension Office at 345-6631 or Polo Groom,Trainer
facts that farmland prices are 30%the Conservation District at 345-
Attorney
Names sought Reliable horseperson needed
lower than in 1984,and that the 9712 to ride,train,tack,groom Granville 587-3633
50%lower exchange rate in the for GHS
and haul horses. Starts now
f COMMERCIAL RENTAL
Hall of Fame
and goes through summer. Are you paying too much
The Granville High School
J.R. Thorson (614)231-3661
SPACE athletic department is presently for lInSUranCe
accepting applications for its HELP WANTED: Now
AVAILABLE IN THE 1989 inductees to its Athletic
hiring assistant pool call Ken Lynch 587-4509
HallofFame.Thepurposeofthe
ELMS COMPLEX hallistohonortheachievenients manager ( must be 21)and
of men and women who have lifeguards for the summer. Private Instruction
Call Bernie Williams been associated with Granville Send letter of application to Piano Theory & High school byrecognizing those P.O.Box 268,Granville,OH
587-1033 individuals who have made
major contributions to the over-
43023,or call 587-0492 ( or Keyboard
1 1 all athletic program. 587-1353), evenings or Tim Shelley 587-1362
The Granville Recreation Commission is seing a u
11 To qualify, a nominee must weekends.
1 have been associated with Gran- FUTURE CONCEPTS
part time employee to help with the maintenantheiville
High School athletics;and COMPUTER SERVICES
Little League baseball diamonds and Wildwoark.Z five years must have elapsed Sales and Consulting
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tg. tltrNSSt- 1%30"irgbAl,01-hecart;911 Tony Skulas 366-7220
and Saturday by 8:30 a.m.d)r;agging fields on Monday, pacity for which hes/he is nomi- 127 K Broadway 5870-234 Gran0,%Ohio
nated. Nomination forms are
Wednesday and Friday;Monday litter removal; general Bob Young,R.PH. available by contacting Athletic fyze<\
Fieldimprovement and rain-day afternoon Field prepara- DirectorRonBowmanatthehigh Trescriptions
tion. Duties at Wildwood Park include general park school,587-0395.Formsarealso
maintenance and improvement.Work will start immedi- availableatYoungs' Apothecary Dai& ! ParcefM. ipment j 1 •-1 -1= E[ %fit|
and the Granville office of the eafthand' Beauty Xi, fs ately. The estimated hours to be worked is 15 to 20 hours Park National Bank.The dead- 4 i 61
per week at$4.50 per hour.Allinterested should contact 91*eeti atnfs line for nominations is May 12,
the Granville Recreation Commission at 587-1976. 1989. 24o u r*Thoto Processing
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Ordinance 11-1989

BY:
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5 2',S, An Ordinance Setting The Speed Limit On Newark- Granville Road, A Through Highway Between Clouse Lane And Jones Road at 45 Miles
Per Hour, And Setting The Speed Limit Between Jones Road and the
: Eastern Corporation Limit at 50 Miles Per Hour, Speeds Higher
Than The Prima-Facie Limit Set By Granville Codified Ordinance
.4,# Section 333.03(b)( 3),And Declaring An Emergency.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Ohio, that:
Section
Section II:
In accordance with the authority granted by
Granville Codified Ordinance Section 333. 03( j)
and Ohio Revised Code Section 4511.21(k),the
speed limit on Newark-Granville Road from
Clouse Lane east to the east line of Jones Road
is hereby set at 45 miles per hour.
In accordance with the authority granted by
Granville Codified Ordinance Section 333.03( j)
and ohio Revised Code Section 4511. 21(k),the
speed limit on Newark- Granville Road from the
east to the corporation limit is hereby set at
50 miles per hour.
Section III: That this ordinance is hereby declared to be
an emergency measure necessary for the immediate
preservation of the health, safety, and welfare
of the said Village of Granville for reason that
immediate passage will permit enforcement of the
speed limit on Newark-Granville Road; wherefore
this ordinance shall be in full force and effect
from and immediately after its passage.
Passed this 605#
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C.[ erk of Cbuncii/
Approved as to form:
Law Director 1
day of 456 1989.
V
1C)A - 1AU 1.1. j<7.. Vice Mayor
ORDINANCE NO. 11-89
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Ordinance 10-1989

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BY: r
AN ORDINANCE TO SET THE SPEED LIMIT ON JONES ROAD FROM NEWARK- GRANVILLE ROAD NORTH TO THE CORPORATION LIMIT
AT 35MPH, A SPEED HIGHER THAN THE PRIMA- FACIE SPEED
LIMIT SET BY GRANVILLE CODIFIED ORDINANCE SECTION
333. 03(b)( 2) AND OHIO AND DECLARING REVISED CODE SECTION 4511. 21(B)2() AN EMERGENCY.
ONOhWio, ,THthEaREt:FORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Section
Section
Passed this
I: In accordance with the authority granted by Section 333.03( J) of the Granville Codified
Ordinances,a·nd Section 4511. 21(K) of the
Ohio Revised Code, the speed limit on Jones Road, from Newark-Granville Road north to
the Corporation limit, is hereby set at 35mph.
II: That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the health,.
safety, and welfare of said Village of Granville
for reason that immediate passage will permit enforcement of the speed limit on Jones Road; wherefore, this ordinance shall be in full force
and effect from and immediately after its passage.
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Approved as to form:
G«St«/( - Law Dlrector tao*
day of P1*
U 7
1989.
dGLA,
BAALt_i .j-r i ' n ' Mayor
ORDINANCE NO. 10-89

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