Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 41-1993

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VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO
ORDINANCE NO. 4/9-3-
AN ORDINANCE FIXING AND REGULATING THE PRICE THAT MAY BE
CHARGED BY NATIONAL GAS &OIL CORPORATION, ITS SUCCESSORS
OR ASSIGNS, FOR GAS SERVICE TO THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO, AND TO ITS INHABITANTS, FOR THE PERIOD OF THREE (3)
YEARS FROM AND AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS
ORDINANCE; AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 29-91.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, STATE OF
OHIO:
Section 1: A. That, for the period of one (1) year from and
after the effective date of this Ordinance, the
maximum price that National Gas &Oil Corporation
Company),its successors and assigns, shall be
permitted to charge for and the minimum price at
which it or they shall be required to furnish gas
service to the Village of Granville, and to its
inhabitants, shall be and the same is hereby fixed
for each individual customer, as follows:
Customer charge of Six Dollars and Fifty
Cents 6.50) for each customer or meter
each month;
Two Dollars and Fifteen Cents 2($. 15) for
each one thousand (1,000) cubic feet used
through each meter each month.
From and after the expiration of the aforesaid oneyear
period and for a further period of one (1) year thereafter, as follows:
From
Customer charge of Six
Cents 6($.50) for each
each month;
Two
each
Dollars and Fifty
customer or meter
Dollars and Thirty-five 2. 35) for
one thousand 1,000) cubic feet used
through each meter each month.
and after the expiration of the aforesaid
second one- year period and for a further period of
one (1) year thereafter, as follows:
Customer charge of Six
Cents 6. 50) for each
each month;
Dollars and Fifty
customer or meter
Two Dollars and Fifty-four 2. 54) for
each one thousand (1,000) cubic feet used through each meter each month.
B. The above rates exclude gas costs and the Ohio Gross Receipts Tax. All bills rendered
pursuant to this Ordinance shall be adjusted to reflect the effect of the Ohio Gross Receipts Tax and are subject to decrease or increase in accordance with the "Gas Cost Recovery"provisions of the Company' s Rules and Regulations, on file with The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
C. If service under any of these rate schedules in this Section 1 is discontinued at the request of the customer, the Company shall not be under any obligation to resume service to the same customer on the same premises until the customer has made payment of an amount equal to the minimum monthly customer charge applicable for each month of the minotenrthvse.ning period, but not to exceed twelve (12)
1.
B
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Section II:
Section III:
Section IV:
Section v:
D. The Company shall be authorized to charge $15. 00
to any customer for each check or draft returned by
the Company' s or customer' s bank as being
uncollectible for any reason, including but not
limited to, non- sufficient funds or closed out
account.
E. Termination and reconnection of service shall
conform with and be subject to the Rules and
Regulations of the Company on file with and approved
by The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
It is expressly conditioned that the service to be
rendered by said Company, its successors or assigns,
pursuant to this Ordinance, shall be primarily for
residential and commercial purposes, and that
service shall not be extended consumers of other
different classes until all reasonable requirements
for residential and commercial purposes are fully
met; and this provision shall be binding upon said
Company, its successors or assigns, so long as the
foregoing rates are in effect; but during any month
or year, subject to the foregoing limitations and
after compliance with the foregoing provisions gas
may be delivered to any other consumer and
additional classes of consumers at such times and
under such conditions and for such rates as may be
agreed upon between the Company and such consumer or
consumers.
The terms and conditions of the service to be
rendered shall conform with and be subject to the
Rules and Regulations for furnishing gas service of
the Company on file with and approved by The Public
Utilities Commission of Ohio; and that the service
to be rendered by said Company to new residential
and commercial customers shall, at all times be
subject to and in accordance with any and all
regulations and/or restrictions as may be stipulated
by The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
That the gas furnished or delivered pursuant to the
terms of this Ordinance, by said Company, shall have
an average heating value' of 1, 000 British Thermal
Units per cubic foot for any consecutive month twelve (12) period subject to a variance of not more than
five (5) percent upward or downward.
In the event the United States Federal Government,
State of Ohio, or the Village of Granville, Ohio,
should hereafter impose a new or additional tax upon the Company that is not now imposed, or should hereafter increase or decrease the rate of any tax
upon the Company different from the tax rate now existing, other than the rate on property listed in the real estate tax list and duplicate, then the rates prescribed in Section 1 shall be increased or decreased to the extent necessary to compensate the Company or the customer for the respective increase
toarxdecrease in cost due to such new tax or revised rate. This shall be done in the following manner:
a) If the new tax or revised tax rate is
computed in direct relation to gas sold or revenues received for the sale of gas the
rates set forth herein shall be adjusted to the extent necessary.
b) If the new tax or revised tax rate is not related directly to gas sold or to
revenues received for the sale of gas, then the total dollar effect thereof upon
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Section VI:
Section VII:
Section VIII:
Passed this
the cost of serving gas by the Company in
the Municipality shall be determined,
based upon operations of the Company in
the Municipality during the most recently
available twelve- month period ending on
the last date of the December or June,
preceding the effective date of the new
tax or revised tax rate; the total dollars
so computed shall then be divided by the
total sales made to the types of customers
covered by this Ordinance during the same
twelve month period and the rates
prescribed herein shall be correspondingly
adjusted.
The adjustment of the rates prescribed in this
Ordinance, as provided in subparagraphs (a) and
b) above, shall be made by rounding the
mathematical result of the computations SO
prescribed to the nearest one hundredths of a
cent (00$0.1) per one thousand cubic feet.
The adjusted rate shall be placed in effect and
shall apply to all meter readings occurring on and after the effective date of the statute,
ordinance or resolution pursuant to which the
new tax or revised tax is imposed.
Written notification of the adjustment shall be sent to the Clerk of Council as quickly as
possible after the effect of the new tax or
revised tax rate can be determined.
That Ordinance No. 29-91 passed by the Council of
the Village of Granville, Ohio, and all other ordinances and resolutions and parts thereof
inconsistent herewith shall be and the same hereby
are repealed, and that should any section or part of
a section or provision of a section of this
Ordinance be declared void, the remainder of this
Ordinance shall not be affected thereby.
That, unless the Company accepts and agrees to the terms contained in this Ordinance on or before the expiration
date of
becomes
parties,
of seven (7) days after the effective
this Ordinance, whereby this Ordinance
a valid and binding agreement between the
the Company and the City, then this
Ordinance, shall cease to be effective and shall
terminate, at the expiration of said seven (7) daysi period.
That this Ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed by claowntinaunde is accepted by the Company, and shall thereafter unless superseded by a comparable Ordinance, passed by the Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio, and accepted by the Company.
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