Granville Community Calendar

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
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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.
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Clerk of Council
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Law Director
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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
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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
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witness my hand and seal of office.
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Lori A. Vest, Notary
State of Ohio
My Commission Expires June 20, 1993
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Thursday,May 11,1989
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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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