Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 20-1991

ORDINANCE NO. 20-91
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BY:97M--
AN ORDINANCE TO VARY THE ROAD WIDTH AND STORM SEWER
STANDARDS IN THE FARMINGTON PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT.
WHEREAS, Chapter 1117 of the Granville Codified Ordinances
provides design standards in subdivisions, and;
WHEREAS, Section 1117.01 of the said code authorizes the
Planning Commission to recommend waiver of these standards where
physical conditions interfere, and;
WHEREAS, Section 1117. 08 of the said code states that all
drainage structures shall be approved by the municipal engineer,
and;
WHEREAS, Section 1121.01 of said code states that
improvements shall be required in accordance with the rules and
regulations of Council, and;
WHEREAS, Section 1171.03 (b) (2) states: the Planning
Commission shall not recommend nor shall Council development plan unless approve a they find that such planned development
provides adequate ingress and egress and does not adversely
impact traffic patterns nor unreasonably increase traffic
patterns nor unreasonably increase traffic usage of municipal
streets to the detriment of safety and welfare of the public, and;
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission recommended to Village
Council on June 12, 1991, that the below- listed roadway widths
and storm water runoff designs within the Farmington Planned Unit
Development be constructed at variance with the requirements for
collector and minor streets contained in Section 1117.03 (p),in the following manner:
Street Name Roadway Width Stormwater Design
Farmington Lane 24 feet
Buxton Circle 20 feet
Farmington Circle
Cambridge Lane
Granby Lane
Sutton Lane
Bancroft Lane
Alley
17 feet
24 feet
24 feet
18 feet
24 feet
17 feet
curb and gutter, no
parking
curb and gutter,
parking on one side,
one- way.
curb and gutter, oneway,
no parking
curb and gutter, no
parking
Open Swale, parking
one side, plus 18 inch
reinforced berms
Open Swale, no parking
plus 18 inch reinforced
berms
curb and gutter, no
parking
one- way, w/ 18 inch
reinforced berms
Ohio:NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville,
Section I: That the collector and minor streets within the Farmington Planned Unit Development be built at variance with the provisions of Section 1117. 03
p) of the Granville Codified Ordinances, as recommended by the Planning Commission.
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Ordinance No. 20-91
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Section II:
Section III:
Section IV:
Section V:
Passed this
Attest:
That drainage structures within the Farmington
Planned Unit Development be built in accordance
with the recommendation of the Planning
Commission.
That both Sutton Lane and the Alley within the
Farmington Planned Unit Development be built
and maintained as private roads.
That on-street parking within the Farmington
Planned Unit Development be disallowed on
Farmington Lane and Farmington Circle, and that
parking on Buxton Circle be limited to the
inside"of the street.
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest date allowed
by law.
APPE932;as to ,fo: rm:
C12ic9/ L, rhwar7
Law Yirectof
day of 1991. 21j* My-o*r 1
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Clerk of uncil
MR. WILLIAM WRIGHT
9889 HOLLOW ROAD
PATASKALA, OHIO 43062
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SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 2, RANGE 13
UNITED STATES MILITARY LANDS
CITY OF GRANVILLE, COUNTY OF LICKING, STATE OF OHIO
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SITE STATISTICS:
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TOTAL ACREAGE
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS
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Single Family Residential Units, Refer to the P.U. D. Zoning Documents.
A Portion of Reserves "D"and "F"will be Used for Stormwater
Retention.
Note "C" Reserve"G"for Future Vehicular Access to the Northern
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