Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 27-1993

ORDINANCE NO.27-93
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GRANVILLE ZONING ORDINANCE AND
ACCOMPANYING MAP THERETO, BY AMENDING THE CLASSIFICATION OF
THE ZONING DISTRICT FOR A CERTAIN FIVE ACRE PARCEL OF LAND
DESCRIBED HEREIN AND LOCATED AT 1960 NEWARK-GRANVILLE ROAD
FROM PUD, PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT TO SBD, SUBURBAN
BUSINESS DISTRICT.
WHEREAS, on August 13, 1993, an application was filed by the owner of the of five acres property known at 1960 Newark-Granville Road requesting a change in zoning district and classification of said property from PUD, Planned Unit Development to SBD, Suburban Business District, and;
WHEREAS, said application was submitted to the Planning Commission, which, after a public hearing in accordance with the provisions of Section 1143.03 a( )b,()c,)(a,nd d( )of the Granville Codified Ordinances, recommended to this Council on September 20, 1993, that said application be approved, that is, the rezoning of the property from PUD, Planned Unit Development to SBD, Suburban Business District, and;
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission recomm6nded approval of the rezoning application on September 20, 1993, and the Village Council conducted its public hearing on that recommendation October 20,-1993, in accordance with Section 1143.04 (F) through (H),of the Granville Codified Ordinances, and;
WHEREAS, this Council, by a vote of a majority of the full membership thereof, appfoved the Planning Commission's recommendation,
NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Ordained By The Council of Granville, Ohio:
Section I: That the Granville Planning Commission's recommendation to reclassify the said property as SBD, Suburban Business District, which is attached hereto and marked Exhibit A" "b,e and is hereby adopted by a majority vote of the full membership of Council.
Section 11: That the Granville Codified Ordinances, and accompanying map thereto are hereby amended insofar as the same relates to a certain five acre parcel of land located at 1960 NewarkG- ranville Road from PUD, Planned Unit Development to SBD, Suburban Business District, herein described in the legal description hereto attached and marked Exhibit "B".
Section 111: That this ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest date permitted by law.
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Passed this L/ day of Nbvernbo, 1993.
Attest: 1/
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Approved as to form:
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Mayor 1-
ZONINGINSPECTOR 614)587-2763
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DEPARTMENT OF ZONING
141 E BROADWAY
P 0 BOX 514
GRANVILLE OH 43023-0514
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Village Council
Granville Planning Commission
September 23, 1993
George Fackler's rezoning request.
At the September 20th meeting,the GPC held a public hearing on the request from
George Fackler to rezone his five acres ofproperty at 1960 Newark-Granville Road. The
request was to rezone the property from Planned Unit Development P(UD)to Suburban
Business District (SBD).
Mr. Fackler provided the GPC with a preliminary sketch plan for the property.
The plan shows the primary access from Newark-Granville Road and future accesses from
Cherry Valley Road and South Galway Drive. The GPC believes primary access should
be located on Cherry Valley Road with secondary access from South Galway Drive. The
GPC recommends that no access be provided onto Newark-Granville Road due to traffic
increase caused by commercial uses. The development plan for the property is in no way binding to the acceptance ofthe rezoning request. The development plan for the property
can be worked out in future work sessions when Mr. Fackler is prepared to develop the property.
The GPC believes that the request meets all the criteria of Section 1143.03 and is
in compliance with the Comprehensive Plan ofGranville. The five acres ofproperty at 1960 Newark-Granville Road is recommended to be rezoned to Suburban Business
District. This will allowMr. Fackler make application for development ofmixed commercial uses governed by the n"ewly adopted"Chapter 1175 ofthe Codified ordinances of Granville,Ohio.
Respectively submitted by,
Zoning Inspector
Exh,6,0
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Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Licking and Township of
Granville and being in Township 2, Range 13 of the U. S.M. Lands and
in Section 4 and being part of the Third Range of Lots as surveyed
by' the Licking Land Company and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a spike set in the intersection of the centerlines of
County Road 539 (Newark- Granville Road) and County Road 128 (Cherry
Valley Road);
Thence South 2 degrees 18' 00" West, along the centerline of County
Road 128, a distance of 407. 19 feet to a spike set;
Thence North 71 degrees 09' 13" West, passing an iron pin set at
31. 30 feet, a total distance of 558. 00 feet to an iron pin set;
Thence North 2 degrees 18' 00" East, passing an iron pin set at
375. 89 feet, a total distance of 407. 19 feet to a spike set in the
centerline of County Road 539;
Thence South 71 degrees 09''13" East, along the centerline of
County Road 539, a distanceof 558. 00 feet to the place of
beginning.
Contains 5. 00 Acres, according to a survey made by William B.
Henderson, Registered Surveyor No. 5242 made in September of 1988.
Being part of the same real estate conveyed by Newark AspMalt
Paving Co. to Northtowne Properties Co. by deed dated March 30,
1982, and recorded in Volume 822, Page 776 of Deed Records, Licking
County, Ohio.
Subject to all legal highways, all limitations of access to public
roads or highways, leases and rights of way, zoning regulations,
easement of record and restrictive covenants.
Premises are subject to taxes and special assessments, if any,
which shall be prorated to the date of closing, and other
conditions and restrictions of record, if any.
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