Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 47-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 47-94
BY: ElaYrt#-
AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE PROPERTIES SOUTH OF STATE ROUTE 16
ALONG CHERRY VALLEY ROAD TO THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF
PLANNED COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (PCD) .
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission has recommended the rezoning of all
existing property south of State Route 16 to the zoning classification of Planned Commercial
District (PCD);and;
WHEREAS, this zoning classification will encourage the area to develop in an orderly
manner, and;
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission conducted a public meeting attended by
most area property owners to elicit and ascertain their will for future zoning and land use in the
area, and;
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission held a public hearing on December 19,
1994, at which owners of these properties expressed support for the rezoning;
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville, State of Ohio that:
Section I: The accompanying map depicting the Marked "Exhibit A",shall area to be rezoned hereto attached and parcels in the govern the application of zoning classification for the area.
Section 11:
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Section 111:
Passed this
The property described in "Exhibit A" as follows be classified as PLANNED COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (PCD) :
Lot Number
747-9.26
727-298, 760-262, 825-247
231-53
210-383
703-649
625-690, 20-331
578-447
704-391
625-66
731-125
768-953
439-10, 535-208, 439-13
330-325
742-175, 716-617
742-179
286-578
666-86, 812-990
106-431
22-697
Owner of Property
Dorothy J. Gilligan, et al
Arthur C. &Bette J. Piper
General Grant Oliver
Bonnie L. Britton
Ronald &Dede Cook
Lester L. Johnson
Raymond R. &Essie P. Coakley
Ralph E. Bebout, Trst.
William D. &Minnie S. Green
Edward N. &Penelope H. Ziegler
Albert B. &Roberta A. Crocker
Emily C. Stansbury
SuperAmerica Group, Inc.
Ronald G. VanAtta
Mary Lou VanAtta
Thomas M. &Diane L. Twork
Robert H. &Dorothy E. Essman
Jack W. &Judith K. Pyle
Paul A. &Christine M. Piper
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This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force and effect upon the earliest date allowed by law.
IS+ day of 1995.
Attest:
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Ordinance 46-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 46-94
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1305.03 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio that:
Section I: Section 1305.03 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of
Granville, Ohio, is hereby adopted as follows:
1305.03 PUBLIC USE FEES.
a)The owner or proprietor of each new subdivision for the purpose of
transfer of ownership of land, as a prerequisite to the approval of the final
plat of the subdivision, shall pay a public use fee, in addition to other fees, into
thS Park Land Reserve Fund of the Municipality as follows:
1) For each lot shown on the plat of the subdivision for singlefamily
residence use, the sum of three hundred fifty dollars 3(5$0.00);
and
2) For each lot intended for multi-dwelling use, the sum of three
hundred fifty dollars 3(5$0.00)for each dwelling unit permitted to be
constructed thereon under applicable regulations of the Zoning
Ordinance.
b)The owner or proprietor of each lot or parcel of ground in the municipality,
as a prerequisite to the issuance of a building or zoning permit for new
structures as required by the applicable ordinances of the Municipality shall pay
a public use fee, in addition to other fees, into the Park Land Reserve Fund of
the Municipality as follows:
1) For each single-family residence, the sum of three hundred fifty
dollars 3(5$0.00);
2) For each dwelling unit of a multi-dwelling structure, the sum of
threeh-undred fifty dollars 3(5$0.00)a;nd
3) For each commercial, office, business or industrial unit a public use
fee computed at a rate of eight hundred dollars 8(0$0.00)per acre,
provided that such fee shall not be less than three hundred fifty dollars
350.00)per unit.
c) No owner or developer of land shall be required to pay the public use fee as established in subsection (b)hereof for construction upon or development of
any parcel of land for which a public use fee has been paid pursuant to the
terms of subsection ( a)hereof.
d) In lieu of the payment of the public use fees hereinbefore provided, the
Manager, upon recommendation of the Planning Commission, may accept the
dedication for public use of open spaces constituting a reasonable proportion of
the gross acreage of land subdivided for the purpose of transfer of ownership or of land for which a building or zoning permit has been requested, provided that
such open spaces are suitably located and of adequate size to provide for the
public health, safety and general welfare; and further provided that in no event shall the aggregate value of such dedicated land be less than the equivalent
public use fee otherwise payable and computed in accordance with this section.
e)The Council,upon recommendation of the Planning Commission,may waive the Public Use Fee for schools,churches,ando/r other facilities locatedwithin the Institutional DistrictI D( ).
Section 11: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after
the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
ATEST:
LULLA.POS\) Clerk of Council
APPR6* '-0['FORM.
ak.a. j 'Lrr
Lawgerc'tor
dayof 0\
Mayor
1995.
BY:

Ordinance 45-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 45-94
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 1189 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE, OHIO ESTABLISHING SIGN
REGULATIONS PROVIDING FOR THE EXEMPTION OF CERTAIN
NEON SIGNS FROM PERMIT REQUIREMENTS.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO, that:
WHEREAS, Council enacted Ordinance 38-94 which established criteria forand
the regulation of signs within the Village; and;
WHEREAS, the current provisions have created undue confusion and potential
inconsistency of application with regards to neon signs located on the inside of certain
business establishments; and;
WHEREAS, the indoor neon signs do not appreciably detract from the wellordered
and historic appearance of the Village;
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville, State of Ohio that:
Section I:
Section 11:
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Section 11:
Passed this
Attest:
Section 1189.04(1)of the Codified Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, is
hereby established to read as follows:
Signs using illumination derived from noble gases from Group Periodic Table VIll of the or neon signs which are located on the inside of a business or public establishment to include placement on the inside of windows. These signs shall be limited to fifteen (15)percent of the total building window area or eight (8) square feet in area, whichever is smaller.
Section 1189.05(c) of the Codified Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, is hereby amended to read as follows:
Balloons, bench advertising signs, billboards, inflatable signs, pennants, portable signs (except sandwich boards), spinners, streamers, changeable message signs e( xceeding ten (10)square feet in sign area), flashing or animated signs, or signs with a source of illumination that flashes, blinks or fluctuates, signs using laser illumination, signs attached to trees or any other natural feature, vehicles used primarily as signs, and permanent banner signs are prohibited.
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
day of
TES/id
Mayor
1995
Law Director

Ordinance 44-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 44-94
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AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT
EXPENSES AND OTHER EXPENDITURES OF THE VILLAGE OF
GRANVILLE, STATE OF OHIO, DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31, 1995.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article 11 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, 1995 and ending December 31, 1995 and;
WHEREAS, the manager has submitted explanatory data, and; a proposed budget with estimates and
WHEREAS, a public hearing has been held and said budget with estimates as required by section 6.06 of Article VI of the Charter.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO a majority of the members elected thereto herein concurring that, to provide for the current expenses and other expenditures of said Village of Granville during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1995, the following sums be and they are hereby set aside and appropriated as follows, vis:
Section I: The annual budget submitted by the Manager in accordance with the provisions of Section 6.05, Article VI, of the Charter, be and the same hereby is adopted.
Section 11: That there be appropriated from the General Fund:
Proaram 1 -Security Of Persons And Propertv
A-1 -1 -A POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
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372,032
122,814
47,639
39,950
20,000
4,046
TOTAL POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT
STREET LIGHTING
230 Contractual Services
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL STREET LIGHTING
25,000
6,000
606,481
31, 000
Total Proaram 1 -Security Of Person And Propertv
Program 11 -Public Health And Welfare
COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT
230 Contractual Services 13,156
TOTAL COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT 13,156
637,481
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Total Program 11 -Public Health And Welfare.
Program IV -Community Environment
COMMUNITY SERVICES
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
30,800
2,800
7,000
24,900
13,156
TOTAL COMMUNITY SERVICES 65,500
Total Program IV -Community Environment
65,500
Program VI -Transportation
STREET CONSTRUCTION
250 Capital Outlay 208,000
TOTAL STREET CONSTRUCTION
STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
211 SalariesANages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
288,635
79,571
35,950
19,400
54,754
208,000
TOTAL STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
478,310
STORM SEWERS AND DRAINS
240 Supplies &Materials 2,200
250 Capital Outlay 113,500
TOTAL STORM SEWERS AND DRAINS
SIDEWALKS
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL SIDEWALKS
44,005
Total Program VI -Transportation
Program VII -General Government
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
169,678
48,172
15,186
12,500
1, 080
162
115,700
44,005
245,536
846,015
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Al -7-D
Al -7-E
Al -7-F
Al -7-G
Al -7-H
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230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES
MAYOR'S COURT
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL MAYOR'S COURT
INCOME TAX
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
280 Refunds
TOTAL INCOME TAX
LANDS &BUILDINGS
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Material
250 Capital Outlay
260 Debt Service
270 Transfers
TOTAL LANDS AND BUILDINGS
BOARDS &COMMISSIONS
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL BOARDS &COMMISSIONS.
15,880
2,200
20,514
3,937
946
2,500
27,653
8,621
4,500
4,500
20,000
3,957
761
23,587
14,315
12,900
39,905
13,000
27,653
7,135
23,501
4,000
COUNTY AUDITOR & TREASURERS'FEES
230 Contractual Services 3,000
19,322
27,897
65,274
108,425
62,289
TOTAL COUNTY AUDITOR &TREASURERS' FEES
TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
230 Contractual Services 325
3,000
TOTAL TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
325
ELECTION
230 Contractual Services 1,500
TOTAL ELECTION 1, 500
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211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL LAW
8,250
1,627
8,000
1, 900
Total Program VII -General Government.
19,777
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
553,345
2, 115,497
Section 111: That there be appropriated from the following Special Revenue Funds:
Program VI -Transportation
81-6-B STREET &MAINTENANCE REPAIR
82-6-B
86-4-A
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
8,386
63,150
TOTAL STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
71, 536
82-STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND
STATE HIGHWAY FUND
230 Contractual Services 4,800
TOTAL FOR 82-STATE HIGHWAY FUND
Total Proaram VI -Transportation
TREE PLANTING GRANT FUND
250 Capital Outlay 9,900
TOTAL TREE PLANTING GRANT FUND
4,800
9,900
Section IV: That there be appropriated from the following Enterprise Funds:
Program V -Basic Utility Service Fund
Cl -SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND
260 Debt Service 129,493
TOTAL SEWER DEBT SERVICE 129,493
C-3 -SEWER REPLACEMENT & IMPROVEMENT FUND
250 Capital Outlay
280 Refunds
90,000
2,000
TOTAL SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT FUND
92,000
D-3 -SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND
250 Capital Outlay 1, 084,000
TOTAL SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND 1, 084,000
76,336
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Section V:
El-WATER FUND
PRODUCTION
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay .,
260 Debt Service =
270 Transfers
280 Refunds
TOTAL PRODUCTION
WATER DISTRIBUTION
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
TOTAL DISTRIBUTION
132,473
37,920
108,614
49,940
7,000
59,344
23,250
200
28,092
8,218
7,100
18,100
14,000
3,464
41.8,741
78,974
TOTAL FOR E-1 -WATER FUND APPROPRIATION.
497,715
E2-SEWAGE
SEWAGE TREATMENT
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Material
270 Transfers
280 Refunds
TOTAL SEWAGE TREATMENT
SEWAGE COLLECTION
211 Salaries \Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
TOTAL SEWAGE COLLECTION
86,557
24,255
95,851
22,400
31, 900
200
20,479
6,076
17,900
9,900
10,600
261, 163
64,955
TOTAL FOR E2 SEWER FUND APPROPRIATIONS.
326,118
Grand Total For Program V -Basic Utility Services
823,833
That there be appropriated from the Sewer Debt Service Fund:
E6 -SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND
260 Debt Service 118,876
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TOTAL E6 -SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND $ 118,876
Section VI: That there be appropriated from the Sewer Debt Service Reserve Fund:
E7 -SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND
260 Debt Service 25,000
TOTAL E7 -SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND
25,000
Section VII: That there be appropriated from the Water Capital Improvements Fund:
E91 -WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND
250 Capital Outlay
280 Refunds
90,000
2,000
TOTAL E91 -WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND
92,000
Section VIll: That there be appropriated from the Equipment Reserve Fund:
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H1-3-B
H1 - 3-C
Hl-1-A
Hl-1-B
H1 -1 -C
F2 -EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND
250 Capital Outlay 56,000
TOTAL EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND: 56,000
IX: That there be appropriated from the Special Assessment Fund:
Hl-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER
Incidental Expense
Principal
Interest
140
3,000
735
TOTAL H-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER
3,875
Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAY/ WILDWOOD SEWER
Incidental Expenses
Principal
Interest
120
3,000
975
TOTAL Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAY/ WILDWOOD SEWER
4,095
Hl-1 -EAST WATERLINE
Incidental Expenses
Principal
Interest
TOTAL Hl-1 -EAST WATERLINE
800
6,125
11, 380
18,305
TOTAL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND RETIREMENT FUND
26,275
Section X: Sums expected from the above appropriation against which are proper charges any other department or against any firm, person, or corporation,
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if repaid within the period covered by such appropriation, shall be
considered reappropriated for such original purposes, provided that the
net total of the expenditures under any appropriation shall not exceed the
original total.
Section XI: That this ordinance therefore shall become effective as of January 1,
1995, for the purpose effecting expenditures within the limitations herein
set forth, during the fiscal year extending from that date to December 31,
1995. This appropriation ordinance shall become effective as provided in
Section 6.07, Article VI of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio,
and shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
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Clerk of Council /
Approved as to Form:
Law Dicifctor
day of geern6tr 1994.
Mayor

Ordinance 43-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 43-94
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BY: l*r_s,hae
AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE GRANVILLE VILLAGE
MANAGER'S SALARY FOR 1995.
WHEREAS, Article 11, Section 2.08 of the Charter of Granville, Ohio, provides
that Council shall fix the salary of the Village Manager by ordinance, and
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 42-93, establishing the salary of the Manager for the
period of January 1, 1994, to December 31, 1994, will expire on December 31, 1994.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: The salary of the Village Manager for the calendar year 1995 shall be
62,500 payable by-weekly in the amount of 1 / 26 of the total amount.
Section 11: The Manager be granted four weeks of paid vacation leave during the
calendar year 1995.
Section 111: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
dut Clerk of CouAncil M i ,/24. )
Approved as to Form:
092 L ( )r Lawpffector
day of jgen*bir
Mayor
1994.
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Ordinance 42-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 42-94
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BY: hiqd/7760
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST
FUND FOR COLLECTING AND DISBURSEMENT FOR D.A.R.E. AND
TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 43-93 TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR
OPERATING EXPENSES IN THE LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND.
WHEREAS, Granville has chosen to provide a Drug Abuse Resistance
Education Officer and program within Granville's public schools, and;
WHEREAS, supplies in the from of shirts, awards, and office materials are
deemed necessary for the furtherance of the D.A.R.E. program, and;
WHEREAS, contributions from the populate for such expenses are hereby
deemed to be the appropriate source of such funds,
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,
State of Ohio that:
Section I:
Section 11:
Section 111:
Section IV:
Passed this
Attest:
That the Finance Director be and is hereby authorized and directed to
establish the Law Enforcement Trust Fund in accordance with the
requirements of the Ohio Revised Code.
There is hereby created a Law Enforcement Trust Fund B-9, to be used
for the purpose of receiving monies and paying costs incurred in
educating students in Granville Schools on the hazards of drug abuse.
The sum of $2,000.00, be and hereby is appropriated to Account No.
89-1-A240, in the Law Enforcement Trust Fund.
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
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Approved as to Form:
W2 L / )7 Law Difector
day of 666*
66/ 1994.

Ordinance 41-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 41-9
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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING AN EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE TO WASTE
MANAGEMENT TO COLLECT AND DISPOSE OF RESIDENTIAL RECYCLABLE
MATERIALS AND SOLID WASTE IN THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, SETTING FORTH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ACCOMPANYING THE GRANT
OF THE FRANCHISE AND PROVIDING FOR REGULATION OF RESIDENTIAL
RECYCLING AND SOLID WASTE COLLECTION DURING THE PERIOD JANUARY
1, 1995 TO DECEMBER 31, 1998.
WHEREAS, The Council of Granville, Ohio has found and determined that the
convenience of the general public is served by the collection and proper disposal of
residential recycling and solid waste materials in the Village, and;
WHEREAS, the Council has concluded full and open public hearings during which and all interested parties and members of the public desiring any to submit bids to the
Village for the award of a Franchise to collect and dispose of residential recyclable
materials and solid waste were afforded an opportunity to do so, and;
WHEREAS, Waste Management, an Ohio Corporation, submitted the bid deemed lowest
and best for an agreement granting an exclusive franchise to Waste Management to
operate a residential recycling ana refuse collection and disposal system in the Village
of Granville, Ohio, setting forth the terms and conditions accompanying the grant of the franchise and providing for regulation of the service, and;
WHEREAS, Waste Management has agreed to the terms of said franchise, and the
Village has reviewed ana approved Waste Management's qualifications and
performance, and has decided to approve the issuance of a 3-year franchise to Waste Management.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio that the parties
agree as follows:
SECTION I: BASIS OF THE FRANCHISE
For the purposes of this franchise, the following terms, phrases, words, abbreviations and their derivations shall have the meaning given herein. When not inconsistent with the context, words used in the plural shall include the singular, and vice versa. The word shall is always mandatory and not merely directory.
A. Curbside recyclable materials collection and delivery and curbside refuse collection and disposal
shall be on the basis of monthly rates per subscriber for curbside pickup of solid waste, yard
waste, and recyclables. In addition, an annual large item pick up and yard waste collection shall be included.
B The franchisee declares that the only person, persons, company or parties interested in this
franchise as principals are named in this proposal, that it is in all respects fair and without
collusion or fraud, and that no person in the employment of the Village of Granville is interested in said franchise.
C. The Village of Granville estimates that the number of Residential Units to be initially serviced for curbside recyclable materials collection and delivery, curbside refuse collection and disposal, and yard waste collection and disposal under the franchise is approximately 1,200. The Village of Granville makes no representation as to the reliability of its estimate for Residential Units. Unit
Price computations for Residential Units are based upon such estimate, and the franchisee shall provide the services required by this franchise at such Unit Price even if the actual number of Residential Units is greater than or less than such estimates.
D. The Franchisee will provide to each Residential Unit a container for Recyclable Material. The Franchisee may provide each residential unit a container for solid waste at the unit owner's option.
E. Annually, the franchisee, at no additional charge to the Village of Granville or the residents of the Village, shall provide free picku-p of items other than refuse during the first week of May, which is designated F" ixU- p,CleanU- p Week"in the Village. The items listed below are only examples and should not be considered as an all inclusive listing of items to be picked up and disposed of properly during ' Fix-Up Clean-Up week."
All wood items other than yard waste
Appliance
Furniture
Construction Material
Old rugs
Misc. copper, galvanized and metal piping.
F. The Franchisee shall be totally responsible for the disposal of all Recyclable Materials collected pursuant to this Franchise. The Franchisee may enter into an
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agreement with a Commodity Buyer for the sale of all Recyclable Materials. Recyclable
Materials shall not be disposed of by means by landfill or incineration without written
authorization of the Village.
G. The Franchisee shall develop and coordinate an educational campaign for the Village designed to
encourage participation by residents. The campaign should include but not be limited to the
purpose of recycling, proper preparation of the recyclable Materials for collection, and periodic
news releases on the success of the Village's recycling program. The educational campaign
should include but not be limited to schools and social and fraternal organizations.
H. The undersigned, having carefully read and considered the terms and conditions of the Franchise
Documents for Residential Recyclable Materials Collection and Delivery and Solid Waste
Collection and Disposal for the Village of Granville, does hereby offer to perform such services of
the type and quality and in the manner described, and subject to and in accordance with the terms
and conditions set forth in the Franchise Documents at the rate hereinafter set forth:
Unit costs to be based on 1200 households in the Village of Granville).
DESCRIPTION
1. Unit cost for weekly collection of
newsprint, aluminum, bi-metal cans,
plastics, and glass at such
Residential Units and delivery as
per specification
2. Unit cost for weekly collection of
Solid Waste at such Residential
Units and Disposal as per specification
3. Unit cost for weekly collection of yard wastes
not including brush
4. Charge for Recyclable Container
5. Charge for Solid Waste Container
Total Monthly Unit Cost
UNIT PRICE PER MONTH
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If the franchisee shall fail, within a period of ten (10)days from the date of the adoption of this ordinance to execute a satisfactory franchise agreement, a copy which is attached hereof hereto and made a part and marked Exhibit A' "or furnish a satisfactory performance bond, then the Village may, at its option, determine that the franchisee has abandoned the Franchise, and thereupon the bid security shall be forfeited to and become property of the Village as liquidated damages.
SECTION 11:
This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this day of 1994.
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
Mayor
Law Director
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FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
FOR
RESIDENTIAL RECYCLABLE MATERIALS COLLECTION AND DELIVERY
AND
RESIDENTIAL SOLID WASTE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL
IN THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
DEFINITIONS
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Bags
Bulky Waste
Bundle
Commodity
Commodity Buyer
Construction Debris
Container (Recyclables)
Container (Solid Waste)
Franchise Documents
Franchisee
Dead Animals
Disposal Site
Garbage
Hazardous Waste
Recyclable Materials
Refuse
Residential Refuse
Residential Unit
Solid Waste
Stable Matter
Village
Yard Waste
SCOPE OF WORK
TYPE OF COLLECTION
Recyclable Material Collection
Solid Waste Collection
Location of Containers for Collection
Bulky Waste
Collection Containers
Notice in Newspaperle/ tter to residents
Service Containers
OPERATION
4.01 Hours of Operation
4.02 Routes of Collection
4.03 Holidays
4.04 Complaints for the Franchisee
4.05 Collection Equipment
4.06 Office
4.07 Hauling
4.08 Delivery
4.09 Disposal
4.10 Notification
4.11 Point of Contact
4.12 Violations
4.13 Cleanup
COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS
EFFECTIVE DATE
COLLECTION RIGHTS
NONDISCRIMINATION
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15.00 BON
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S AND METHOD OF PAYMENT
KMANSHIP
MNITY
NSES AND TAXES
RANCE
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Performance Bond
Power of Attorney
16.00 EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE
1.00 DEFINITIONS
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Bags -Plastic sacks designed to store Refuse with sufficient wall strength to
maintain physical integrity when lifted by top. Total weight of a bag and its
contents shall not exceed 50 lbs.
Bulky Waste -Stoves, refrigerators, water tanks, washing machines, furniture
and other waste materials other than Construction Debris, Dead Animals,
Hazardous Waste or Stable Matter with weights or volumes greater than those
allowed for Containers.
Bundle -Tree, shrub and brush trimmings or newspapers and magazines
securely tied together forming an easily handled package not exceeding four
feet in length or 50 lbs. in weight.
Commodity -Material that can be sold in a spot or future market for processing
and use or reuse. Each Commodity shall retain its own identity and be kept
separate.
Commodity Buyer -A buyer or processor, selected by Franchisee pursuant to
the Franchise Documents, of Recyclable Materials delivered by Franchisee.
Construction Debris -Waste building materials resulting from construction,
remodeling, repair or demolition operations.
Container (Recyclables) - A receptacle designed for the purpose of curbside
collection of Recyclable Materials. The receptacle shall be one made of
fiberglass or plastic that has been accepted by other cities with experience in curbside recycling.
Container (Solid Waste) - A receptacle with a capacity of greater than 20
gallons but less than 35 gallons constructed of plastic, metal or fiberglass,
having handles of adequate strength for lifting and having a tight fitting lid
capable of preventing entrance in to the container by vectors. The mouth of container shall have a a diameter greater than or equal to that of the base. The
weight of a Container and its contents shall not exceed 50 pounds.
Franchise Documents -The Request for Proposals, Instructions to Proponents, Experience Record, NonC- ollusion Affidavit, Delinquent Personal Property Tax Affidavit, Proposal, General Specifications, the Franchise Performance Bond and any addenda or changes to the foregoing documents agreed to by the Village and the Franchisee.
Franchisee -The person, corporation or partnership performing Recyclables and Refuse Collection and disposal under franchise with the Village.
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weight that have expired from any cause, except those slaughtered or killed for
human use or consumption.
Disposal Site -A Refuse depository including but not limited to sanitary landfills,
transfer stations, incinerators, and waste processing/ separation centers
licensed, permitted or approved by all governmental bodies and agencies
having jurisdiction.
Garbage -This term shall refer to all putrescible wastes, except sewage and
body waste, and includes vegetable and animal offal, but excludes recognizable
industrial by-products.
Hazardous Waste -Waste, in any amount, which is defined, characterized or
designated as hazardous by the United States Environmental Protection
Agency or appropriate State agency by or pursuant to Federal or State law, or
waste, in any amount, which is regulated under Federal or State law. For
purposes of this Franchise, the term Hazardous Waste shall also include motor
oil, gasoline, paint and paint cans.
Recyclable Materials -Those commodities which are collected by Franchisee
pursuant to the Franchise Documents including newsprint, glass, aluminum, bimetal
cans, plastics, bottles, glass, or any other Commodity set forth in this
Franchise.
Refuse -This term shall include non-putrescible non-liquid wastes, such as
ashes, cinders, tin cans, rags, wastepaper, wood, paper boxes, trunks or
stumps, large household objects, bricks, concrete, plaster or other refuse from
construction, remodeling or repairing of buildings or grounds.
Residential Refuse -All Garbage generated by a resident at a Residential Unit.
Residential Unit -A dwelling within the corporate limits of the Village occupied
by a person or group of persons comprising not more than four families. A
condominium dwelling, whether of single or multi-level construction, consisting
of four or less contiguous or separate single-family dwelling units, shall be
treated as a Residential Unit, except that each single-family dwelling within any
such Residential Unit shall be billed separately as a Residential Unit.
Solid Waste -Putrescible and non-putrescible non-liquid wastes.
Stable Matter -All manure and other waste matter normally accumulated in about or a stable, or any animal, livestock or poultry enclosure, and resulting from
the keeping of animals, poultry or livestock.
Village -Village of Granville, Ohio.
Yard Waste -All tree trimmings, grass cuttings, dead plants, weeds, leaves, dead trees or branches thereof.
SCOPE OF WORK
It is the intent under this Franchise for the Franchisee to provide unlimited, co- mingled, curbside collection of recyclable materials. The Franchisee will not be required to separate those Commodities which are mixed with garbage. The franchisee shall not be required to collect recyclable materials unless they are properly prepared before being deposited in the recyclable collection containers. The Franchisee will tag the recyclable containers explaining why they were unacceptable for collection.
The Franchisee shall provide to each Residential Unit one 1( )container for sorting and transporting recyclable materials to the curb.
In the event that markets change or become unavailable, other recyclables may replace and/ or be added to the list of Recyclable Materials. The Franchisee will
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add or remove the item(s)to or from the list of those items to be recycled and
will notify residents of the same with prior approval by the Village.
TYPE OF COLLECTION
Recyclable Material Collection -Franchisee shall provide curbside collection
service for the collection Recyclable Materials from each Residential Unit one (1)
time per week, the same day as solid waste collection. Containers shall be
placed at curbside by 7:00 a.m. on the designated day.
Solid Waste Collection -Franchisee shall provide curbside collection
service for the collection of Residential refuse and yard waste to each
Residential Unit one time per week. Containers, Bags and Bundles shall
be placed at curbside by 7:00 a.m. on the designated collection day.
The Franchisee may refuse to accept for collection all unauthorized
containers, such as paper barrels or cardboard boxes, when the same
are used as receptacles for garbage, refuse and other waste materials.
Location of Containers for Collection -All Residential containers shall be
placed at curbside for collection unless specific agreement as to other
location between Franchisee and householder is made, or if resident is
disabled and provides an alternative location. Franchisee shall offer offcurb
pickup to any residential unit for an additional fee to be negotiated
between Franchisee and individual resident. Curbside refers to that
portion of right-of-way adjacent to paved or traveled Village roadways
including alleys). Containers shall be placed as close to the roadway as
practicable without interfering with or endangering the movement of
vehicles or pedestrians. When construction work is being performed in
the right-of-way, Containers shall be placed as close as practicable to an
access point for the collection vehicle. Franchisee may decline to collect
any Container not so placed.
Bulky Waste -m (ore than one man size ando/r weighing in excess of 75
pounds)such as hot water tanks, sinks, toilets, stoves, refrigerators,
mattresses, couches, chairs, etc.,shall be collected during the Village's
annual "Clean-Up /Fix-Up week in May of each year.
The Franchisee shall not be required to collect animal waste unless it is
wrapped and is undetectable by odor.
Collection Containers
Containers: rust-resistant, watertight, non-absorbent and easily
washable containers with close-fitting lids. These containers shall not
exceed 35 gallons in capacity and shall not exceed 75 pounds in weight, filled. All containers shall have handles.
Plastic Bags: bags shall not be filled greater than the weight capacity of the bag and shall be securely closed.
Boxes: cardboard boxes shall not exceed 50 pounds in weight, filed, nor shall the weight capacity of the box be exceeded. Boxes shall be
securely closed. The Franchisee shall exercise reasonable caution in
the handling of containers to avoid damage to same and shall replace
empty containers in an upright position at the location where they were picked up.
Containers substantially damaged through the fault of the Franchisee shall be replaced by the Franchisee with containers of like kind and quality as those damaged.
The Franchisee shall tag all containers which are unauthorized or unserviceable, and which do not have serviceable handles for lifting and carrying, which have holes at the bottom or which are otherwise not suitable for use. Such tags shall advise the subscriber of the reason why the container may not be used.
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The Franchisee shall, the first week of January and the first week of July
of each year, publish in a newspaper of general circulation the rules and
regulations applicable to the Franchise.
The Franchisee shall, the first week of January of each year and with
each new resident, provide a letter to each one-family and two-family
residence listing the rules and regulations applicable to the Franchise.
Said newspaper notice and letter must have prior approval of the
Villaae.
As a minimum, the newspaper notice and letter must include the
following:
1) Day of collection.
2) Observed holidays and alternate day of collection.
3)Time of collection.
4) Location of pick-up point curb preferred, but may put out in accessible
alleys.
5) Location of pick-up point for elderly and/ or handicap and instructions on
filing letter.
6)Collection containers.
7) Brush collection -November through March.
8) Miscellaneous materials.
9) Refuse collected.
10) Refuse of commercial naturet/elephone numberc/all for cost.
11) Complaints/ telephone number.
SERVICE CONDITIONS
The Village shall be responsible for the final resolution of complaints;
provided however, the Franchisee shall be responsible for collection of
fees for extra services not covered by this Franchise. Where complaints
requiring the attention of the Franchisee are received by the Village, the
Village shall notify the Franchisee of such complaints and suggest remedies where the same are needed.
The Franchisee shall supply the Village's Service Director each month,
with copies of all complaints and indicate the disposition of each
complaint. Such records shall be available for Village inspection at all
times during business hours. The form shall indicate the day and the
hour on which the complaint was received and the day and the hour on which it was resolved.
When a complaint is received on a day preceding a holiday or a Saturday, it shall be serviced on the next working day.
OPERATION
Hours of Operation -Collection shall not start before 7:00 a.m. or continue after 8:00 p.m. on the same day.
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No person, firm or corporation, other than the Village and the Franchisee
authorized by the Village shall collect and dispose of residential
garbage, refuse or recyclables with the Village.
Routes of Collection -Days and collection routes shall be established by the
Franchisee. The area to be served under this franchise is the entire corporate
area of the Village of Granville, Ohio. Approximately 1,200 Residential Units
exist within the Village.
Holidays -The following shall be holidays for purpose of this Franchise:
New Year's Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
Franchisee may decide to observe any or all of the above-mentioned holidays
by suspension of collection service on the holiday. Collection not made on said
holidays shall be made within the next two (2)days.
Complaints for the Franchisee -Any complaints shall be given prompt and
courteous attention. In the case of alleged missed scheduled collections, the
Franchisee shall investigate and, if such allegations are verified, shall for the arrange collection of the Garbage and/ or Commodities not collected within 24 hours after the complaint is received.
Collection Equipment -The Franchisee shall provide an adequate number of
vehicles for regular collection services. All vehicles and other equipment shall be
kept in good repair, appearance, and in a sanitary condition at all times. The
Franchisee shall use enclosed, leak-proof, packer- type truck bodies. Refuse,
but not garbage, pickups from residences may be picked up by other types of equipment, provided they shall be kept neat and covered, if appropriate, so as not to scatter or litter within the Village limits. Each vehicle shall have clearly
visible on each side the identity and telephone number of the Franchisee.
Office -The Franchisee shall maintain an office or such other facilities through
which he can be contacted. It shall be equipped with sufficient telephones and shall have a responsible person in charge from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on regular collection days.
Hauling -All Refuse and Commodities hauled by the Franchisee shall be so contained, tied or enclosed that leaking, spilling or blowing is prevented.
Delivery -All Commodities collected for delivery and sale by the Franchisee shall be hauled to a Commodity Buyer selected by the Franchisee pursuant to the Franchise Documents. The charge for delivery to the Commodity Buyer shall be included in the rate set forth in the Proposal for each Residential Unit serviced by the Franchisee.
Disposal -All Refuse collected for disposal by the Franchisee shall be hauled to a Disposal Site as approved by the Solid Waste district. The charge for disposal shall be included in the rate set forth in the Proposal for each Residential Unit.
Notification -The Franchisee shall notify all residents about complaint procedures, sorting, preparing for collection, regulations, and days( )for scheduled Refuse ando/r Recyclable Materials collection. The Franchisee shall also inform the public of any condition and form required of materials to be collected. N"otice of Uncollected Recyclables( )c"ards shall be provided by the Franchisee to advise residents who have not complied with required rules and regulations.
Point of Contact -All dealings, contacts, etc.,between the franchisee and the Village shall be directed to the Franchisee: Jack King, Manager t(itle of position or office)and to the Village Manager.
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Violations -The Franchisee shall tag all containers which are unauthorized or
unserviceable, which do not have serviceable handles for lifting carrying, which
have holes in the bottom effecting its serviceability, or those not suitable for use.
Such tags shall advise the residents of the reason why this container may not
be used.
Cleanup -The Franchisee shall exercise reasonable caution in the handling of
containers to avoid damage to same, and shall return empty containers to the
point of collection. Residential refuse and recyclable materials spilled by the
Franchisee shall be picked up, or swept up by the Franchisee. Containers
which have been substantially damaged through the fault of the Franchisee
shall be replaced by the Franchisee with containers of like kind and quality as
those damaged.
COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS
The Franchisee shall conduct operations under this Franchise in
compliance with all applicable laws; provided, however, that the General
Specifications shall govern the obligations of the Franchisee where there
exists conflicting ordinances of the Village on the subject.
EFFECTIVE DATE
This Franchise shall be effective upon execution and performance of such
Franchise shall begin on January 1, 1995.
COLLECTION RIGHTS
No person, firm or corporation, other than the Franchisee authorized by
the Village of Granville, shall collect and dispose of residential garbage,
refuse or recyclables.
The Franchisee shall be granted the exclusive right, by lawful franchise, to
undertake the collection and disposal described in Section 7.01 of these
specifications.
NONDISCRIMINATION
The Franchisee shall not discriminate against any person because of
race, sex, age creed, color, religion or national origin.
BASIS AND METHOD OF PAYMENT
Rates for collection and disposal and/ or delivery services required to be
performed pursuant to Sections 3.01 and 3.02 shall not exceed the rates
as fixed by the Franchise Documents, as adjusted in accordance with
Section 2.03. If the Franchisee receives notification of a disposal fee
increase at a Disposal Site, then the Franchisee shall promptly notify the Village of said disposal fee increase. See Section 2.03.
The Franchisee shall bill each residential unit for service rendered at
least four times per year, or monthly. Such billing and payment shall be based on the rates and schedules set forth in the Franchise Documents.
The Franchisee shall discontinue solid waste and recyclable at collection services any residential unit whose account is delinquent.
WORKMANSHIP
All work performed by the Franchisee, Sub-franchisees or any of their agents or employees in connection with the collection shall be done in a competent and workmanlike manner, as now adopted or as amended during the term of this Franchise.
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All work performed by the Franchisee, Sub-franchisees, or any of their
agents or employees in connection with the collection, shall comply with
Village, County and State Health and Safety Regulations, as now
adopted or as amended during the term of this Franchise, within the
corporate boundaries of the Village.
The Franchisee will be required to observe all provisions of the
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSIER), as now adopted or as
amended during the term of this Franchise, which is by reference,
included in these Specifications as if actually reproduced herein and will
be responsible for their reinforcement in letter and spirit.
INDEMNITY
To the fullest extend permitted by law, the Franchisee shall indemnify
and hold harmless the Village, its agents and employees, from and
against all claims, damages, losses, and expenses, including but not
limited to attorney's fees arising out of or resulting from the performance
of the work, provided that such claim, damage, loss, or expense:
a) Is attributable to the bodily injury, sickness, disease, or death, or
the injury to or destruction of tangible property, including the loss
of use resulting therefrom, and
b) Is caused in whole or in part by any negligent act or omission of
the Franchisee and sub-franchisee, anyone directly or indirectly
employed by any of them, or anyone for whose acts any of them
may be liable, regardless of whether or not it is caused in part by a
party indemnified hereunder. Such obligation shall not be
construed to negate, abridge, or otherwise reduce any other right
or obligation of indemnity which should otherwise exist as to any
party or person described in this section.
LICENSES AND TAXES
The Franchisee shall obtain licenses and permits (other than the license
and permit granted by the Franchise)and promptly pay all taxes required
by the Village.
TERM
The Franchise shall be for a three (3)year period beginning upon the
execution of this Franchise and ending three (3)years thereafter. The
Village at its option may give written notice to the Franchisee, sixty (60)
days prior to the termination date, to continue the Franchise on a month to
month basis, for a period not to exceed two (2)months. During the
continuation period the Village may request competitive proposals for a new franchise.
Irrespective of the foregoing, the Village, with or without cause,
expressly reserves the right to cancel this Franchise without thirty 3( 0) liability, upon days advance written notice to Franchisee.
INSURANCE
The Franchisee shall at all times during the Franchise maintain in full force and effect Employefs Liability, Worker's Compensation, Public Liability and Property Damage insurance, including contractual liability coverage, with the Village of Granville named as an additional named insured for the provisions of Section 11.00. All insurance shall be by insurers and for policy limits acceptable to the Village and before commencement of work hereunder the Franchisee agrees to furnish the Village certificates of insurance or other evidence satisfactory to the Village to the effect that such insurance has been procured and is in force. Certificates of Insurance, acceptable to the Village, shall be filed with the Village at the
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time the Franchise between the Village and the Franchisee is executed.
These Certificates shall contain a provision that overages afforded
under the policies will not be canceled or reduced until at least thirty (30)
days prior written notice has been given to the Village. Any claimsmade-
policy must be brought to the attention of the Village immediately
as well as any specific limitations, exclusions or self-insured retentions.
All insurance companies providing coverage herein, shall familiarize
themselves with all of the conditions and provisions of the Franchise, and
shall waive the right of special notification of any change or modification
of this Franchise or of extension of time, or of decreased or increased
work, or of the cancellation of the Franchise, or any other act or acts by
the Village or its authorized employees and agents under the terms of
this Franchise. Failure to so notify the aforesaid insurance companies of
changes shall in no way relieve the insurance companies of their
obligations under this Franchise.
For the purpose of the Franchise, the Franchisee shall carry the following
types of insurance in at least the limits specified below:
Coveraaes
Worker's Compensation
Employer's Liability
Bodily Injury Liability
Except Automobile
Property Damage Liability
Except Automobile
Automobile Bodily Injury
Liability
Automobile Property Damage
Liability
Excess Umbrella Liability
for Personal Injury and
Property Damage
Limits of Liability
Statutory
500,000
500,000 each occurrence
1, 000,000 aggregate
500,000 each occurrence
500,000 aggregate
500,000 each person
1, 000,000 each occurrence
500,000 each occurrence
5,000,000 each occurrence
To the extent permitted by law and to the extent accepted by the Village,
all or any part of any required insurance coverages may be provided
under a plan or plans of self-insurance. The coverages may be provided
by the Franchisee's parent corporation.
BOND
Performance Bond
a)The Franchisee will be required to furnish a corporate surety bond security for the performance as of this Franchise. Said surety bond must be in the amount to three months of the one year franchise bid amount.
b)the premium for the bond(s)described above shall be paid by the Franchisee. A certificate from the surety showing that the bond premiums are paid in full shall accompany the bond.
c)The surety on the bond shall be a duly authorized corporate surety company authorized to do business in the State of Ohio.
15.02 Power of Attorney
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Attorneys-in-fact who sign performance bonds or franchise bonds must
file with each bond a certified and effectively dated copy of their power
of attorney.
EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE
The Franchisee shall have the exclusive privilege of collecting,
transporting and disposing of garbage, refuse, and recyclables from
single family and two-family residential users of the Village of Granville
for a period of three (3)years and such optional periods as are accepted
by the Village.
AGREEMENT
The foregoing constitutes the entire agreement between the Village and the Franchisee. No modifications will be made to this franchise without
notice and appropriate written amendment agreed to by both parties. This
agreement shall be binding upon all parties hereto and their respective
heris, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executted or caused to be
executed by their duly authorized officials, this Agreement in three, each of
which shall be deemed an original on the date first above written.
Attest:
Name
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Ordinance 40-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 40-94
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 921. 07 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE, OHIO ESTABLISHING SEWER
REGULATIONS AND CHARGES.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO, that:
Section I: Section 921. 07 of the Codified Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Section 921. 07 SEWER SERVICE CHARGES.
For the purpose of providing for the cost of the management,
maintenance, operation and repair of the sewerage system and sewage
pumping, treatment and disposal works, and for the enlargement or
replacement of the system and works, and for the construction and
reconstruction of main and interceptor sewers and the payment of interest
on any debt incurred for the construction thereof, there is hereby levied
and assessed upon each lot or parcel of land in the Village of Granville which on a building, commercial, industrial, institutional or residential is
located, which is connected to the Village of Granville sewer system, a
sewer service charge as hereinafter provided. All classes of users shall
be levied charges on the same basis as described hereinafter.
The sewer service charge shall be calculated on the volume of wastewater
discharged directly or indirectly into the sewer system and shall be
measured by the water used by each sewer user as shown by water meter
readings. The sewer service charge for the Village of Granville shall
consist of a debt service charge of one dollar and fifty cents 1(.$50)per thousand gallons and a user charge for operation, maintenance and
replacement O( M &R)of two dollars and ninetyf-ive cents 2(.$95)per thousand gallons. If the total sewage (as measured by water meter
readings)discharged in any one (1)month period is less than one thousand (1000)gallons, there shall be a minimum charge of four dollars
and fortyf-ive cents 4(.$45).Such minimum charge shall be for debt
service in the amount of one dollar and fifty cents 1(. 5$0)and for OM&R in the amount of two dollars and ninetyf-ive cents 2(.9$5).
The sewer service system charge will be audited annually by the Village
with the charges being adjusted upwards or downwards in order to assure that the system is and will continue to be self sufficient and that sufficient
revenue is being generated from each user class in the proper proportions. No free service shall be provided in this service charge
system. Each user will be notified by the Village, at least annually, in conjunction with a regular bill, of the rates for that year and that portion of the service charges which are attributable to the user charge for operation, maintenance and replacement of the system. In addition, rates will be reviewed and adjusted accordingly to compensate users of each class for any overages and underages accumulated during the previous rate period. The sewer service charge herein assessed shall be in addition to the charge made for water used.
Where a private supply is used, the sewer service charge may be calculated by requiring the property owner to meter the private water
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supply, such metering to be at the property owner's expense and such
measurement to be used in the same manner as a public water meter in
determining the charge. The Village may, at its option, in lieu of such
metering, apply a sewer service charge of fifty dollars 5(0$.00)per month
to such premises. Each resident, institution, commercial or industrial
establishment shall be subject to a separate sewer service charge even
though such establishment may be served by a sewer connection
common to other premises. If it be found by the citizen that the water or
waste measured or metered for any customer is greater than that actually
being discharged directly or indirectly into the sewage system, the Village
may modify and adjust such volume in accordance with the facts and with
justice and equity, but no charge less than the minimum shall be made for
any customer subject to the sewer service charge.
Where a private water supply is used and/or the user desires to meter his
water use or sewage flow, the owner shall incur all expenses related to
the installation of said meter. Prior to installation of the meter, the type of
equipment installed and its location must be approved by the Village.
Prior to placing said meter into use after installation, the Village shall
inspect and approve or disapprove the meter installation. Any
modifications required by the Village shall be made at the user's expense
and prior to the meter's use. The meter shall be located in a suitable
location that will accommodate readings by Village personnel. Tampering
with the meter by the user to cause inaccurate readings shall make the
user subject to the penalty provisions of Section 921. 99.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
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Law Bfector
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Mayor
1994
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Ordinance 39-1994

VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO
ORDINANCE NO. 39-94
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF
1, 100,000 OF NOTES BY THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO, IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS
FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING PART OF THE COST OF
CONSTRUCTING IMPROVEMENTS TO THE MUNICIPAL
SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM, AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, this council has heretofore determined the necessity of
constructing improvements to the sanitary sewer system of this municipality; and
WHEREAS, the Director of Finance, 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 therefore is forty (40)
years, and of the notes to be issued in anticipation thereof is twenty (20)years; and
WHEREAS, this council expects that the debt service on such notes and bonds
will be paid from revenues of the municipal sanitary sewer system ( the "Revenues");
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of Granville, Ohio
hereinafter called the "Municipality"):
SECTION 1. That it is necessary to issue bonds of the Municipality in the
principal amount of $1,100,000, for the purpose of paying part of the cost of constructing
improvements to the municipal sanitary sewer system. Such bonds shall be dated
approximately May 1, 1995, shall bear interest at the rate of approximately 9%) nine per centum per annum and shall mature in substantially equal annual or semiannual installments
over a period not exceeding forty 4(0)years after their issuance.
SECTION 2. That it is hereby determined that notes h(ereinafter called the oNf soaitdes"in) the principal amount of $1,100,000 shall be issued in anticipation of the issuance bonds.
SECTION 3. That the Notes shall be dated November 29, 1994, shall bear interest at the rate of Lov<FLEnt <5-/f S<even per cent 6 (1*%pe)r
daennnoummin, paatiyoanbsle at matiA[ ty, shall mature on May 25, 1995, and shall be of such number and of $100,000 or more as may be requested by the purchaser.
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SECTION 4. That the Notes shall bear the signatures of the Village Manager
and Director of Finance, provided that one of such signatures may be a facsimile, and may
bear the seal of the Municipality or a facsimile thereof. The Notes shall be designated
Sanitary Sewer Improvement Bond Anticipation Notes", and shall be payable at such bank
or trust company designated by the original purchaser of the Notes and approved by the
Director of Finance, 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 sold, at par and accrued interest, to
Seasongood & Mayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, in accordance with their offer to purchase, which is
hereby accepted. The Village Manager and Director of Finance, or either of them, are each
hereby authorized to execute and deliver a purchase agreement for the Notes in substantially
the form submitted to this council with such changes as may be approved by the officers
executing the same, their execution on behalf of the Municipality to be conclusive evidence
of such authorization and approval. The proceeds from the sale of the Notes, 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, and for which purpose such proceeds are hereby
appropriated. Any premium and accrued interest received from such sale shall be transferred
to the bond retirement fund to be applied to the payment of principal and interest on the
Notes in the manner provided by law.
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 issuance 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 Ievied
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 in preference tax shall be placed before and 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; provided, however, to the extent Revenues or other moneys are available and appropriated for debt service in a sufficient amount, said tax shall not be collected for such purpose.
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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 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 103b( )2()and 148 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as
amended ( the "Code") and the regulations prescribed thereunder and will, to the extent
possible, comply with all other applicable provisions of the Code and the regulations
thereunder to retain the exclusion from federal income taxation for interest on the Notes,
including any expenditure requirements, investment limitations or rebate requirements or use
restrictions. 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 the Code and
the regulations thereunder.
SECTION 9. That the Notes are hereby designated as "qualified tax-exempt
obligations"to the extent permitted by Section 265(b)of the Code. This council finds and
determines that the reasonably anticipated amount of tax-exempt obligations ( whether or not
designated as qualified)issued and to be issued by the Municipality during this calendar year
including the Notes does not, and this council hereby covenants that, during such year, the
amount of tax-exempt obligations issued by the Municipality and designated as "qualified
tax-exempt obligations"for such purpose will not, exceed $ 10,000,000. The Director of
Finance and other appropriate officers, and any of them, are authorized to take such actions
and give such certifications on behalf of the Municipality with respect to the reasonably
anticipated amount of tax-exempt obligations to be issued by the Municipality during this
calendar year and with respect to such other matters as appropriate under the Code.
SECTION 10. That the Director of Finance is hereby directed to forward a certified copy of this ordinance to the county auditor.
SECTION 11. That it is found and determined 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 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 the law, including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
SECTION 12. That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals and welfare of the inhabitants of the Municipality for the reason that the immediate issuance and sale of the Notes is necessary to provide for the orderly financing of the improvements
to which the Notes relate, and, therefore, provided this ordinance receives the affirmative
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vote of at least five members elected or appointed to this council, it shall be in full force and
effect immediately upon its passage.
PASSED: November 16, 1994
Mayor I
Attest: L G LL«#-YfU\ld-0- Clerk of Couicil
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Lawb/irector
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CERTIFICATE
The undersigned hereby certifies that the foregoing is a true and correct copy
of Ordinance No. 39-94 .
CERTIFICATE
6W.LCiler.k of CAonciCl b» *_
The undersigned hereby certifies that a copy of the foregoing ordinance was
certified this day to the County Auditor of Licking County, Ohio.
Dated: November 2/, 1994
RECEIPT
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Difector of Finance
The undersigned hereby acknowledges receipt of a certified copy of the foregoing ordinance.
Dated: Novembe1r9f9/4,
unps Auditor
Licking County, Ohio
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SEASONGOODM&AYER
SPECIALISTS IN PUBUC FINANCE SINCE 1887
November 16, 1994
Village Council
Village of Granville
118 S. Main Street
P.O. Box 514
Granville,OH 43023-0514
Gentlemen:
300 Mercantile Library Bldg.
414 Walnut Street
Cincinnati,Ohio 45202-3910
513)621-2000
For the $1,100,000 Village of Granville, Ohio Sewer System Project General Obligation
Bond Anticipation Notes,Limited Tax to be dated November 29, 1994,and to mature May
25, 1995,bearing interest at the rate of*3%29* 3* in*te,rest payable at maturity,we will
pay you the par value thereof plus accrued interest to date of delivery. These Notes are to be payable in Federal Reserve Funds at: The Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio.
This offer is made subject to the following conditions:
1)We wish the opinion to address the status of the notes with respect to "Bank Qualification"under Section 265 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended;we also wish an opinion from Peck,Shaffer & Williams,Columbus,
Ohio, bond counsel, to the effect that, based on present laws, regulations,
rulings and decisions in effect on the date of delivery of the Notes, interest payable on the Notes is excludable from gross income for Federal income tax
purposes, except that interest on the Notes will have to be included in the adjusted current earnings of certain corporations and such corporations would be required to include in the calculation of alternative minimum taxable income 75%of the excess of such corporations' adjusted current earnings over their alternative minimum taxable income d(etermined without regard to this adjustment and prior to reduction for alternative tax net operating losses)for
ptauxrp. oses of determining such corporations' liability for the alternative minimum
2)bNyote blanks ready for signature in denominations suitable to us,will be supplied you.
3)Any additional issuance expenses to be paid by you,including printing costs, paying agent fees,OMAC fees, etc.
4)This offer is made for immediate acceptance or rejection.
5)The Notes are to be delivered to us in our offices on or before the dated date
of the issue.
6)The Underwriters shall have the right to cancel their obligation to purchase the
Notes, by notifying you of their election to do so, if (i)the President of the
United States or any agency or instrumentality of the Federal Government
should announce a plan,program or proposed legislation which,if implemented
or adopted,would affect the tax-exempt nature of the interest on the Notes or
ii)between the date hereof and the Closing,legislation shall have been enacted
or introduced by the Congress of the United States or shall have been reported
Out of committee or be pending in committee or a decision shall have been
rendered by a court of the United States or the Tax Court of the United States,
or a ruling shall have been made or a regulation shall have been proposed made or or any other release or announcement shall have been made by the
Treasury Department of the United States or the Internal Revenue Service,or other federal or Ohio authority,with respect to interest received on obligations
of the general character of the Notes, that in our reasonable judgment,
materially adversely affects the market for the Notes or the market price
generally of obligations of the general character of the Notes,or ( iii)there shall
have occurred any outbreak of hostilities or other local,national or international
calamity or crisis, or a default with respect to the debt obligations of,or the
institution of proceedings under the federal bankruptcy laws by or against,any State of the United States or agency thereof,or any city in the United States having a population of over one million, the effect of which on the financial
markets of the United States will be such as,in our reasonable judgment,makes
it impracticable for the Underwriters to market the Notes or to enforce
contracts for the sale of the Notes, or i(v)there shall be in force a general suspension of trading on the New York Stock Exchange or minimum or maximum prices for trading shall have been fixed and be in force,or maximum
ranges for prices for securities shall have been required and be in force on the New York Stock Exchange, whether by virtue of a determination by that Exchange or by order of the Securities and Exchange Commission or any other governmental authority having jurisdiction,or v( )a general banking moratorium shall have been declared by either federal,New York or Ohio authorities having jurisdiction and be in force, or ( vi)legislation shall be enacted or be proposed or actively considered for enactment, or a decision by a court of the United States shall be rendered, or a ruling, of the Securities and Exchange Commission or other governmental agency having jurisdiction of the subject matter shall be made to the effect that the Notes or any securities of the political subdivision or any securities similar to the type contemplated herein exclusive of industrial development bonds as defined by Section 103c( )of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended)are not exempt from the registration, qualification or other requirements of the Securities Act of 1933,as amended and as then in effect,or any indentures similar to the Indenture are not exempt from the registration,qualification or other requirements of the Trust Indenture Act of 1939,as amended and as then in effect,or ( vii)there shall have been any
material adverse change in the affairs of the political subdivision,or (viii)there
shall be established by the Federal,Ohio or New York State government wage
or price controls,or credit constraints,which,in the reasonable opinion of the
Underwriters would affect their ability to market the Notes.
7)The Village certifies that the Notes are classified as "qualified"securities under
the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
8)Upon acceptance by proper action of the Village Council this instrument shall
become a binding contract between us according to its terms.
Respectfully submitted,
SEASONGOOD & MAYER
By:
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24 Joseh»0.Magdich,General Tartner
Accepted for and on behalf of the VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,OHIO under authorization
previously granted by the Village Council this lo/ day of Alover, ib€19(94,.
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Ordinance 38-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 38-94
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BY4: fC(Yh -21 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 1189 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE, OHIO ESTABLISHING SIGN
REGULATIONS.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO, that:
Section I: Chapter 1189 of the Codified Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, is hereby amended to read as follows:
1189.01 Purpose and Intent.
1189.02 Definitions.
1189.03 Administration.
1189.04 Exemptions; Limitations.
1189.05 General Requirements.
CHAPTER 1189
Signs
1189.06 Permanent Signs.
1189.07 Temporary Signs.
1189.08 Signs in the TCOD.
1189.09 Abandoned Signs.
1189.10 Variances from
Sign Requirements.
CROSS REFERENCES
OBBC requirements -see OAC Ch. 4101:2-19
Unauthorized traffic signs -see TRAF. 313.07
Attaching signs to trees prohibited -see S.U. &P.S. 909.07 Variances -see P&Z. Ch. 1147
1189.01 PURPOSE AND INTENT.
Signs are a means of communication to the general public as well as a design element that can be a vital contribution to the unique and historic character of the Village. It is recognized that signs are as much subject to control as noise, odors and debris which, if not otherwise controlled and regulated, may become a nuisance to adjacent properties or to the community in general. It is, therefore, the purpose and intent of these sign regulations to accomplish the following:
Protect the general health, safety, and welfare;
Provide for attractive and orderly appearance;
Encourage compatible and well-planned graphics.
All signs erected in the Village, except as exempted in Section 1189.04, shall be subject to review by the Planning Commission to insure overall compatibility with the unique historical, architectural, and overall character of Granville. Applicants should CreofemrmtoissSioenction 1161.05(i)for additional guidance on criteria used by the Planning in evaluating sign applications.
1189.02 DEFINITIONS.
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a) Sign"means a name, number, symbol, identification, description, display oinrdiirlelucstltyration which is affixed to, painted or represented, directly or attention tuopon a building, structure, parcel or lot, and which directs organization any object, product, place, activity, person, institution, strip lighting aofrfixbeudsiness. This definition includes backl-ighted panels or to any wall or roof where any such panels or lighting serve to identify a business ando/r attract attention rather than illuminate wsphaicche for human activity. Any outdoor displays ando/r outdoor storage activity,are intended to attract attention to any object, product, place, and reguplaetresdonb, yinstitution, organization or business is considered a sign sign( this chapter. The word s"ign(s)a"s used herein means insides)visible from adjacent properties or streets. A sign that is placed outsideashbaullildbiengexwclhuidcehd ifsromnot intended primarily for observation from these regulations.
thBeuisldtrienegt fraigchet"(means that portion of the exterior building wall(s)facing s)of way.
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c) "Sign area"means the area contained within an imaginary or real
rectangle that would enclose the entire sign, excluding supports. Only
one side of a two-sided sign shall be counted in the sign area.
Sign design"includes all elements of the sign, including, but not limited
to, size, material, graphics, color, and lighting.
Permanent sign" means a sign that exists or is planned to exist for a
period exceeding one year.
Temporary sign" means a sign that exists or is planned to exist for a period of one year or less.
1189.03 ADMINISTRATION.
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a) Permit. A permit issued by the Village Manager or the Manager's
designee, shall be required for the erection of all signs within the Village
except as exempted in Section 1189.04. An application for such permit
shall contain a scale drawing of the sign, a plat plan showing the sign' proposed size and location s in relation to any building, property lines, and
rights-of-way, and other information necessary to fully depict the
proposed sign. All signs except those specifically exempted shall be
reviewed by the Planning Commission for compliance with these
regulations, for acceptable design and construction standards, and for
compatibility with its property and structures and surrounding properties
and structures. The following procedure shall be used for all applications:
1) An application and accompanying materials as required in Section
1189.03(a)and (b),shall be submitted to the Village Manager, or the Manager's designee, at least seven days prior to the next
regularly scheduled meeting of the Planning Commission. The
Commission shall have thirty days from the date of said meeting to reach a decision, unless an extension of this deadline is mutually agreed to by the applicant and the Commission.
2) The Planning Commission may approve, approve with modifications, or deny a sign application in accordance with these regulations, and shall send a written notice of its decision to the applicant within ten days after the decision, such written notice to be delivered to the address stated in the application by U.S. mail. In the event of denial, the Planning Commission shall state the reasons for the denial.
3) Right of Appeal. Any party who is aggrieved or affected by a decision of the Planning Commission involving a sign application
may appeal to Council. The appeal shall follow the procedures established in Chapter 1137. Such appeal shall be submitted to the Village Clerk no later than ten days after the decision of the Commission is filed with the Village Clerk or sent to the applicant by personal service or by deposit in the U.S. Mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, whichever shall last occur.
Fees. A fee payment shall accompany the application for each sign permit, which fee shall be established by Village Council.
Inspection and Maintenance. It shall be the responsibility of the Village Manager, or the Manager's designee, to administer and enforce these regulations. Any sign may be inspected at any time to determine its compliance with this chapter, applicable building regulations and acceptable safety standards. If violations are found, the Village Manager, voiroltahteionMsanager's designee, shall notify the owner of the sign of the and of actions required for compliance. Failure to comply within thirty days, unless otherwise extended by the Village Manager, or the Manager's designee, shall constitute a violation of the Zoning Ordinance, shall subject the owner of such sign to the penalty provided in Section 1137.08, and shall be grounds for revocation of any sign permit issued ando/r commencement of proceedings to cause removal of the sign at the owner's expense.
1189.04 EXEMPTIONS; LIMITATIONS.
The following signs do not require a permit and are otherwise exempt from these regulations except for safety requirements and those restrictions imposed in this section and by 1189.05(b),1189.05(d),1189.05(g)and 1189.07:
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The flag, pennants, or insignia of any nation, state, city or other
governmental unit.
Signs of a duly constituted government body and signs determined by the
Planning Commission to be in the public interest.
Cornerstones, commemorative tablets and historical signs, not to exceed
eight (8) square feet in sign area and signs not exceeding two (2)square
feet in sign area bearing only property address, post office box numbers,
and/ or names of occupants of premises. However, there shall be no more
than one such sign per building. Address numbers used to identify the
property, whether in written or numeric form, are not considered to be a
sign and are exempt from this regulation.
Temporary for sale, rental or lease signs, and contractors' signs limited to
no more than six (6)square feet in sign area with one such sign per street
front (maximum of two signs per lot). Signs to be used for more than
fourteen days in a calendar year must be submitted to the Planning
Commission for review and approval, or be of a design previously
approved by said Commission.
Signs for the civic promotion of any one school, church or community
service activity may be displayed for a maximum of fourteen consecutive
days and no more than thirty days in one calendar year. Such signs limited to are no more than eight (8)square feet in area, with a maximum of
one such sign per street front at any one time (maximum of two signs per lot).
Signs and sources of illumination clearly in the nature of decorations
customarily associated with any national, state, local, or religious holiday.
Signs or posters indicating candidates or issues on the public ballot
provided such material is posted no earlier than sixty days prior to an election and is removed no later than ten days following the election.
Such signs shall be no larger than four (4)square feet in sign area.
Political signs other than election signs listed in 1189.04(g).S ,uch signs
are limited to no more than eight 8( )square feet in area, with a maximum of one such sign per lot at any one time.
Traffic directional signs indicating points of entry or exit to offs-treet parking, provided that such signs are not located in public right(s)o-fw-ay, limited to two 2( )square feet in sign area per sign and three 3( )feet in height. Such directional signs shall contain only directions and no advertising or promotional material. No more than two such signs may be erected per entrance or exit.
Temporary window sign(s)providing the Chief of Police does not find that undue problems are created in assuring adequate protection to the premises. In this context, t"emporary"shall mean a maximum of fourteen days per sign per year. Such temporary window signs shall be limited to fifteen 1( 5)percent of total building window area, or eight 8( )square feet total for all window signs, whichever is smaller, and shall be located so as not to impede visual observation through the window.
A legally existing sign not in compliance with this chapter at the time of its adoption shall not be required to be removed if it is not altered, replaced,
or relocated. Such sign shall be deemed a nonconforming use under Chapter 1149 of this Zoning Ordinance. Repair and repainting of signs is permitted provided the existing design is reproduced. Any change in tdeersmigsnofsthhaisll require that the sign be brought into compliance with the ordinance.
1189.05 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.
a) Signs are prohibited in all residential districts, including but not limited to Village Residential, Suburban Residential and PUD Districts, except that;
1) A single wall sign not exceeding four 4( )square feet in sign area may be allowed for legal nonc-onforming uses in residential zoning districts with approval from the Planning Commission. A different type of sign may be allowed by the Planning Commission in cases of unusual topographical or building features of the property.
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2) A single wall sign not exceeding two (2)square feet in sign area
may be allowed for conditional uses and home occupations in
residential zoning districts with approval from the Planning
Commission. A different type of sign may be allowed by the
Planning Commission in cases of unusual topographical or building
features of the property.
Signs determined by the Planning Commission to be in the public
interest can be exempted from this requirement. Such signs are
subject to continuing Planning Commission review, and may be
ordered removed should they be determined not to be in the public
interest.
Permanent subdivision and multi-family project identification signs
are permitted as governed by Sections 1189.06(g)and 1189.06(h).
Temporary subdivision and contractors' signs are permitted governed by Sections as 1189.07(a)and 1189.07(b).
Signs shall not be placed or may not extend within ten (10)feet from the
edge of the existing pavement or in street right(s)o-fw- ay, whichever is
greater, shall not create a demonstrable safety hazard for pedestrians or vehicles, shall not resemble by design, color or shape of any governmental or public safety sign, and the level of illumination emitted by
or reflected from a sign shall not be of an intensity or direction sufficient to
create either a safety hazard to the safe movement of vehicles on adjacent streets or a nuisance to adjacent properties. This requirement
applies to all signs within the Village, including those not otherwise regulated under 1189.04.
Balloons, bench advertising signs, billboards, inflatable signs, pennants, portable signs (except sandwich boards), spinners, streamers, changeable message signs e(xceeding ten (10)square feet in sign area), flashing or animated signs, or signs with a source of illumination that flashes, blinks or fluctuates, signs using illumination derived from noble
gases from Group VIll of the Periodic Table, signs using laser illumination, signs attached to trees or any other natural feature, vehicles used primarily as signs, and permanent banner signs are prohibited.
Temporary or permanent off-premises signs are prohibited except that,
1) Open house r(ealty)directional signs and garagey/ard sale signs are allowed without a permit so long as the signs are placed not
more than two (2) hours before the start of the open house,
garagey/ard sale hours and removed within two 2( )hours after the end of the open house or garagey/ard sale. These signs shall not exceed four (4)feet in height (folded); shall not exceed eight (8) square feet in total sign area; and shall not be located within ten 10) feet from the edge of the existing pavement or in street right(s)o-fw-ay, whichever is greater.
2) The area in the median on West Broadway just West of the intersection of Broadway and Main Street may be used for off- premises signs of community interest, subject to the approval of the Village Manager o(r designee)for signs of fourteen or less days duration, and subject to Planning Commission approval for longer duration. Such approval shall govern materials, size, location, color, and all other elements of the sign and its installation.
Sign Height. Permitted sign height shall be as measured to the highest point of a sign or its structural members from the existing or proposed final grade of the site where such sign is to be located. Wall signs and projecting signs shall not be higher on a building face than six inches below the sills of the second story windows or thirteen 1( 3) feet, whichever is less, nor shall a ground sign have a sign height more than twelve (12)feet from the top of the sign to the average grade at the sign.
Sign Area. For all signs not specifically mentioned in this ordinance, maximum sign area may not exceed six (6)square feet.
All signs shall be kept in a state of cleanliness and good repair.
1189.06 PERMANENT SIGNS.
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a) Wall Signs. Wall signs may not project outward from the building more
than twelve inches. A wall sign shall not exceed a maximum of eight (8)
square feet in sign area. No more than two (2)wall signs are permitted
per structure.
Proiectinq Sians. Projecting signs shall not be installed to impede
pedestrian/ vehicular traffic, shall not extend more than four (4)feet from
the face of the building to which they are attached, and shall have a
maximum area not to exceed eight (8)square feet in sign area. No than more two (2)projecting signs are permitted per structure.
Roof Sians. Signs that are placed above or supported on the top of a building or structure are prohibited.
Window Signs. Window signs shall not exceed fifteen (15)percent of the
total window area, but in no case shall exceed eight (8)square feet in
sign area for the building and are limited to first floor windows only. For
uses that are located in the second or higher stories of the building,
special sign provisions indicating occupant and use may be granted by the Planning Commission.
Ground Signs. Ground signs are those signs supported by poles, uprights, braces or other structures on the ground and are freestanding. No more than one ground sign shall be permitted on any one lot. Such ground signs shall be limited to a maximum of ten (10)square feet in sign area.
Reverse Sides of Signs. Reverse sides of signs, if visible, shall be unobtrusive and shall blend with the surroundings.
Singlef-amily Subdivision Identification Signs. One sign per entrance indicating the project entrances( )to a singlef-amily subdivision may be permitted upon review and approval by the Planning Commission. Maximum sign area shall be twelve (12)square feet and maximum height shall be six 6( )feet. Such signs shall have at least an eight (8) foot setback from public rights( )o-fw-ay.
Multif-amily Proiect Sians. Such signs shall have a maximum height of six 6)feet, a maximum area not to exceed twelve (12) square feet, and a minimum setback of eight 8( )feet from public right(s)o-fw-ay.
Sandwich Board Signs. Sandwich boards associated with a legal business, limited to one (1) per business, may be allowed provided each of the two panels is limited to four 4( )feet in height and two 2( )feet in width. They shall be placed only on the lot of the business establishment to which they refer and must be removed and secured within each business during non-business hours.
Awning Sians. Signs on awnings or canopies attached to a building face may have a maximum size of six 6( )square feet. Location of the sign on the awning or canopy shall be restricted to the vertical face of the awning or canopy.
Allowable Number of Signs and Allowable Sian Area. There may be a maximum of two 2( )signs per business and a maximum of four 4( )signs for any single building or lot. Total sign area for an entire building or lot umnadyernoSteectxiocene1d18t9w.e0n6ty(i)foofuthri s2(C4h)saqputearr.e feet, excluding signs permitted
It is recognized that in certain builtu-p areas of the Village Districts, street rightso- fw-ay are subject to question, and that private structures may be in the righto- fw-ay. Therefore, in the following areas, the Planning rCigomhtmsoi-ssf-ion may vary sign regulations regarding location relative to way.
1) Broadway from Plum Street to Granger Street.
2) Prospect Street from East College Street to East Elm Street.
3) Main Street from Broadway south to the AROD boundary.
1189.07 TEMPORARY SIGNS.
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otherwise noted. Temporary signs shall be non-illuminated. Except as exempted in
1189.04, all temporary signs shall require a sign permit. The permit for a temporary
sign may be given only after review and approval of the Planning Commission of a
temporary sign application and may be for a maximum of one year.
a)
b)
C)
Subdivision Siqns. Signs as set forth in 1189.04(d)advertising the sale of
platted lots in a subdivision may be erected and displayed in such
subdivision provided that not more than one such sign may be permitted
on any platted lot. Any other sign advertising sale of lots within a
subdivision shall be restricted to one in number, whether such sign is at
the entrance to the subdivision or within the subdivision. Any such sign
may also be utilized to advertise the sale or lease of multi-family units, or
store or office space in commercial development. However, such signs
shall not be utilized to advertise the sale, lease or development of land.
Such signs shall be limited to a maximum area of sixteen (16)square feet, a maximum height of ten (10)feet, and be a minimum of fifteen (15)
feet from established rights( )o-fw-ay.
Contractor Siqns. One (1) sign announcing the names of contractors,
subcontractors and material suppliers participating in the construction of a
building may be permitted during the actual construction period, provided
that such signs shall be located only on the parcel of land being
developed. Such signs shall be limited to sixteen (16)square feet in sign
area, be no more than ten (10)feet high, and be a minimum of fifteen (15) feet from established right(s)o-fw- ay.
The Planning Commission may set such other standards and
requirements as are in keeping with the intent of this section for other temporary signs not otherwise listed.
1189.08 SIGNS IN THE TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR OVERLAY DISTRICT.
One purpose of this district is to protect and preserve the visual qualities of major community entrance points. Since signage is an important part of visual aesthetics, additional regulations are placed on signage in this district.
b)
C)
a) Only wall signs and ground signs are permitted, and then only in those districts in which such signs are otherwise permitted by this chapter.
A maximum height of six (6)feet for ground signs.
Signage is permitted only as part of a comprehensive landscaping plan as required under section 1176.04(d).
1189.09 ABANDONED SIGNS
a) A sign shall be considered to be abandoned and shall be removed at the owner's cost:
1) when the sign is associated with a use abandoned more than ninety 9( 0)days, or when the sign has been abandoned more than ninety (90)days, as determined by Planning Commission; or
2) when the sign has been ordered removed under Section 1189.03.
b) The Village Manager, or the Manager's designee, may present evidence to the Planning Commission that a sign has been abandoned. The Planning Commission may then declare the sign to be abandoned and order the sign and/ or any supporting structures to be removed. This decision
may be appealed within ten 1( 0)days to Council using the procedure of Section 1189.03(a)3().
1189.10 VARIANCES FROM SIGN REQUIREMENTS
a) Notwithstanding any other Chapter or Section of the Codified Ordinances to the contrary, any application submitted under this Chapter which requests a variance to allow deviation from the strict interpretation of the regulations established by this Chapter shall be heard by the Planning Commission.
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b) Separate or additional application for a variance under Chapter 1147
of the Codified Ordinances shall not be required. Rather, the
application required by Section 1189.03(a)shall, in addition to the
requirements set forth therein, clearly indicate that the applicant is
seeking a variance to allow deviation from the strict interpretation of
the regulations established by this Chapter.
c) No additional fee beyond that established by Section 1189.03(b)
shall be required for applications that include requests for a
variance.
d) In considering a request for a variance, the Planning Commission
shall, in addition to the criteria and consideration established by this
Chapter, apply the criteria set forth in Section 1147.03 to the extent
those criteria are not otherwise inconsistent with the criteria
established by this Chapter.
e) Approval of an application under this Chapter shall be deemed an
approval for any variance requests necessary to such approval. In
these instances, however, where the granting or denial of an
application is based upon the granting or denial of a variance
request, the Planning Commission shall separately set forth its
findings of fact, conclusions and reasoning relative to its
determination.
Passed this
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
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Appro355!- F*orm:
Lapif,ector
day of A677&
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1994.
Mayor '
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Ordinance 37-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 37-94
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BY: 1157*
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1147.01 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio that:
Section I: Section 1147.01 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of
Granville, Ohio, is hereby amended to read as follows:
1147.01 PURPOSE.
The issuance of a variance to allow deviation from the strict
interpretation of the applicable regulations contained in this Zoning
Ordinance shall, unless otherwise established, be under the power of the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals. In no case shall the
granting of a variance allow a use not permitted under district
regulations nor shall the nonconforming use of land or structures
be considered as grounds for issuance of a variance.
Section 11: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after
the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this ** day of L<
6607»/- 1994.
ATTEST:
tjfc
d.A.rhill Clerk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
11A l. Law irector
RLk-
Mayor ,/
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Ordinance 36-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 36-94
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By: 31dt?/lan
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1137.02 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio that:
Section I:
Section 11:
Passed this
ATTEST:
Section 1137.02 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of
Granville, Ohio, is hereby amended to read as follows:
1137.02 ENFORCEMENT BY ZONING INSPECTOR.
There is hereby established the office of Zoning Inspector,
who shall be appointed by the Village Manager. It shall be the duty
of the Zoning Inspector to enforce this Zoning Ordinance in
accordance with the administrative provisions of this Ordinance. All
departments, officials and public employees of the Village, vested
with the duty or authority to issue permits or licenses, shall conform
to the provisions of this Ordinance and shall issue no permit or
license for any use, building or purpose in conflict with the
provisions of this Ordinance. Any permit or license issued in
conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance shall be null and void.
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after
the earliest date allowed by law.
d-t.A/U)/L) Clerk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
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Law9ir)ector
day of _666'7*6€/
Mayor
1994.
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Ordinance 35-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 35-94
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BY: dJi/ld-U,
AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL CHAPTERS 1313 AND 1315 OF
THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF
GRANVILLE.
WHEREAS, the Village Planner has recommended repeal of the subject
Chapters since Chapter 1177 was adopted, superceding the said Chapters 1313
and 1315.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio that:
Section I: Existing Chapters 1313 and 1315 of the Codified Ordinances of the
Village of Granville, Ohio are hereby repealed.
Section 111: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after
the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
ATTEST:
Jlp
2%al.rL»j Clerk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
22 1/L-- Law Diector
day of Novirn bey
Mayor
1994.

Ordinance 34-1994

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BY: Udjrrel1--
ORDINANCE NO. 34-94
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1177.04 (d)( 1)OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio that:
Section I: Section 1177.04 (d)( 1)of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of
Granville, Ohio, is hereby amended to read as follows:
1) Permit review.
A. Transmit copies of the applications to the Village
Engineer and appropriate Boards, Commissions or
departments for review and approval.
B. Review all department permits to determine that the
permit requirements of this Ordinance have been satisfied.
C. Review development permits to assure that all other
known permits have been received from national, state or
local governmental agencies from which prior approval is
required. The applicant shall be responsible for obtaining
such permits as required.
D. Review all development permits to determine if the
proposed development is located within the Floodway (FW)
component of the Flood Hazard District as determined in the
Floodway Map or the Flood Insurance Rate Map of the
Flood Insurance Study. Floodways may also be delineated
in other sources of flood information. If the proposed
development is located within a designated floodway,
assure that encroachment provision of Section 1177.06(a)is met.
Section ll: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after
the earliest date allowed by law.
7* day of 1 9.tern ber 1994.
ATTEST:
AILL Pr)165 Clerk of Council
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
lorls* 4 !JnA®<,
Law Afedor
Mayor /
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Ordinance 33-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 33-94
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 43-93 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1994 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article 11 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, 1994 and ending December
31, 1994, 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:
Section 11:
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by
Ordinance 43-93, be amended by the Council, as recommended by the
Manager, and is hereby adopted.
To provide for operating expenditures in the General Fund during the
fiscal year ending December 31, 1994, the following appropriation is
hereby made in the General Fund:
Account No.
Al -4-F250
Al -5-D230
Al -6-D240
Al -7-E250
Al -7-D280
Al -7-F211
Al -7-F212
Al -7-K230
Section 111:
Account
Capital Outlay -
Street Trees
Contractual Services -Engineering
SummiUProspect Utilities
Additional Engineering -
SummiUProspect Storm Sewers
Capital Outlay -
Building Repairs
Refunds -Income Tax
Salaries/ Wages
Tailford -No Vacation Salary
Employee Benefits -
Tailford -No Vacation Salary
Contractual Services -
Legal Services Prosecutor
Add
5,507
900
300
6,700
1, 500
500
75
1, 300
To provide for operating expenditures in the Water Fund during year ending December 31, the fiscal made 1994, the following appropriation is hereby In the Water Fund.
Account No. Account
El-5-E211 Salaries /Wages
Water Overtime, Clerk Replacement
Add
5,400
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El -5-E230 Contractual Services
Utilities, Chemicals, etc.
9,000
Section IV: To provide for operating expenditures in the Special Assessment Fund
during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1994, the following
appropriation is hereby made in the Special Assessment Fund.
Account No.
H 1 -1-1260
Account
Debt Service -
Auditor's Fees
Add
162
Section V: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this IG
Attest:
L®roL4. rrIdy Clerk of Council
Approved As To Form:
022/ L) r Law Dictor
day of Novimbix
Mayor <
1994.
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Ordinance 32-1994

By: 3hVn/,an
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ANNEXATION OF
CONTIGUOUS TERRITORY, DIRECTING THE DIRECTOR OF
LAW TO SUBMIT A PErITION RELATIVE THERETO AND
DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, Ohio Revised Code Section 709.14 provides for the
authorization for annexation of contiguous territory by a vote of not less
than a majority of the members of Council; and,
WHEREAS, the Village Council of Granville, Ohio has determined it to
be in the best interest of the citizens of Granville, Ohio to pursue such
annexation;
that:
NOW.THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville. Ohio
Section I: The annexation of certain contiguous territory more fully
described in EXHIBIT -A"attached hereto and made a part
hereof is hereby authorized:
Section II: The Director of Law is hereby directed to submit to the Licking
County Board of County Commissioners a PETITION requesting
the annexation of this territory setting forth in such petition
that Village Council of Granville, Ohio has authorized such
petition by ordinance and further setting forth in such petition
an accurate description of the territory with accompanying map
as described in EXHIBIT "A"to this Ordinance.
Section III: This Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency
necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace,
safety, health, morals, or welfare of the citizens of Granville,
Ohio. This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon
passage.
Passed this
Attest:
Ist
UXLk ,.1 <DDO Clerk of Council '
Approve as to F :
day of
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LawH,irector
j\ove(rnkr
Criifl-iSEIti/'Ii'
Mayor 7
1994.
ORDINANCE NO. 32-94
EXHIBIT A
ORDINANCE NO. 32-94
Pursuant to Ordinance No. 32-94 the Village Council for the Village
of Granville, Ohio has determined to pursue the annexation of certain
contiguous territory as set forth herein.The Village Council has further,
pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 709.14, directed its Director of
Law to prosecute those proceedings necessary to effect the proposed
annexation.A map or plat of the territory to be annexed is attached to
this petition as EXHIBIT "A". The territory to be annexed is described as
follows:
1.
That parcel as recorded and described in volume 487, commencing on
page 3.known as the Richard L. Showman and Esther Showman
property.
Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Licking and in the Township of
Granville.
Being sixty (60)acres of land in Range 13,Township 2 and Section
4, of the United States Military Lands,and being part of lot number five
5)in the second range of lots as surveyed by the Licking Land Company
so-called)to be taken off the south end of said lot number five (5)at
right angles and by parallel lines. Excepting, however, from said tract
nine (9)acres thereof south of the Cherry Valley Road,conveyed by John
0. Mallory and wife to Oliver B. Kline,by deed dated October 27, 1891,
and recorded in Volume 149 of deeds, page 541, recorder's office, Licking
Counly, Ohio, reference to which is made.
Being the same premises conveyed to John A Showman and
Elizabeth D. Showman by Charles W.Miller, as Administrator of the
Estate ofJohn 0. Mallory, deceased, by deed dated March 9, 1911,
recorded in Volume 216, page 143, and by Mary Ann Hughes and George
Hughes, by deed dated March 18, 1911, recorded in Volume 216,page 215, of the deed records of Licking County, Ohio.
Excepting twenty and 80/100 (20.80)acres of real estate, more or
less, which was conveyed by the grantors herein to Richard L. Showman,
by deed dated October 31, 1947 and recorded in Volume 156, 398 at page of the Deed Records of Licking County,Ohio,which excepted part is described as follows:--
Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Licking and in the
Township of Granville, and being a part of Lot. No. 4, in Quarter
Township 4.Township 2, and Range 13.
Commencing at the Southwest corner of the land conveyed to
Wesley W.Showman by John A.Showman,by deed dated January 24,
1934 and recorded in Vol. 309, at page 108,which point of beginning is also the center of Licking County Road No. 131; thence east along the
center of said County Road 756 feet: thence north 1283 feet to an iron stake: thence northwest along an existing fence 741 feet to a point where lsaanidd.fence joins the west boundary line of said above meritioned tract of
Being in Range Thirteen (13)T,ownship Two 2( )S,ection Four 4( )of the United Sates Militaiy Lands and being that part of Lot Number Nine 9)in the Third Range of lots of the Licking Land Company which lies south of the Newark and Granville Road and being more particularly described as follows:
Being a strip of land forty 4( 0)feet in width running east and west off the south side of lot number fiftyt-hree 5( 3)and a strip of land forty 40)feet in width running east and west off the north side of lot number
fifty-four (54)in the Minnie B. Jones Subdivision known as Jonesville,as
the same are described and delineated upon the plat of said subdivision,
recorded in Volume 3, page 62, of the Plat Records in the Office of the
Recorder of Licking County, Ohio.
Being the same real estate conveyed by Ralph Kennard and Sylvia
Jean Kennard, husband and wife, to David W.Smith and Mary Ann
Smith by deed dated December 10, 1954, and recorded in Volume 465,
page 596 of the Deed Records in the Office of the Recorder of Licking
County, Ohio.
2.
That parcel as recorded and described in volume 737, commencing on
page 81, known as the Richard Errol Freeman and Lelia Mallas Freeman
property.
Situated in the State of Ohio,County of Licking and in the Township of
Granville and being part of Lot 2 in Township 2, Range 13 of the U.S.M.
Lands and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point in the intersection of the centerline of Township
Road 131 and the easterly line of said Lot 2; thence North 83° 15'West,
passing along the centerline ofTownship Road 131, 122.64 feet to a
point, said point being the true place of beginning for the following
described parcel of land: thence North 83° 15'West, passing along the
centerline ofTownship Road 131, 270.00 feet to a point; thence North
5°52'East, passing an iron pin at 30.00 feet and passing another iron
pin at 536.66 feet, a total distance of 686.66 feet to an iron pin: thence
South 82°22'32"East, 394.67 feet to an iron pin; thence South 6°38'36"
West, passing along the easterly line of said Lot 2 and passing along the
westerly corporation line of the City of Newark 150.00 feet to an iron pin
thence North 80°25'44"West,passing along the northerly line of the R.
Freeman property (deed reference,Volume 690 at page 68 of the Deed
Records of Licking County.Ohio),122.74 feet to an iron pin; thence
South 5°52'West,passing along the westerly line of said Freeman
property and passing an iron pin at 505.44 feet,a total distance of
536.66 feet to a point, said point being the true place of beginning.
Containing 4.66 acres, more or less.
The above description prepared by Alvin R. Jobes, Registered Surveyor
No. 5006, dated August 4, 1975.
SUBJECT to any and all easements, rights of way, condition and
restrictions of record, all legal highways, zoning ordinances, rules and regulations.
Being a part of the same premises conveyed to Oakhaven Development
Corporation by deed recorded in Volume 718 at page 1133 of the Deed Records of Licking County, Ohio.
SUBJECT,further to the following:
1. Grantor reserves the right to extend the water line along Road Township 131 of the property contemplated to be owned by Grantee tot he property owned by Oakhaven Development Corporation with no fee for easennent.
2. Grantee agrees not to rezone subJect property without approval of the Grantor for a period not to exceed ten (10)years.
3. Grantee agrees not to subdivide his property without prior approval of
the Grantor for a period not to exceed ten (10)years. Said approval not to
be unreasonably withheld but to be viewed with the compatibility of the
adjacent properties.
4. These restrictions shall run with the land and be binding upon the
Grantee, his heirs and assigns.
3.
That parcel as recorded and described in volume 819, commencing on
page 877,known as the Gebhard W.Kent, Sr. property.
Situated in the 4th Quarter, 2nd Township, 13th Range of the United
States Military Lands and being a part of Lot 5 in the 2nd Range of lots
surveyed by the Licking Land Company,Granville Township, Licking
County,Ohio and bounded and more particularly described as follows:
For a starting reference: Commence with an iron pin in the centerline of
Clouse Lane (found)the northwesterly corner of lands (Helen L. Davis)
described in D.B. 571, page 57, then with the middle of Clouse Lane S.
06 deg. 38'00"W. 185.24 feet to a 1/2 inch pipe set on S.R. 16 and S.R.
161 Limited access right ofway at 160.72 feet left of centerline station
183 plus 47.00; then with the said Limited Access Right of Way and
projecting the same go S. 85 deg. 47'00"W.225.70 feet to a concrete nail
set in the former railroad centerline (now a blacktop pathway), then with
the centerline thereof go S. 47 deg. 27'58"E. 455.47 feet to a concrete
nail: then S. 48 deg. 19'28"E. 291.32 feet to a point in the centerline of a
concrete pier to an existing railroad bridge and the middle of bridge, said
point on the southeasterly line of Helen L. Davis: then with her
southeasterly boundary go (leaving the bridge)S. 56 deg. 05'58"W.41.33
feet to a non accessible point in Raccoon Fork Creek waters and being
the true point of beginning:Thence with the southwesterly right of line to aforesaid railway way property (former)go S. 47 deg. 34'36"E. 130.80
feet to a 12/ inch diameter pipe set; also a steel fence post and also a wood corner fence post:being the northwesterly corner to 185.776 acres conveyed to Gebhard Keny recorded in D.B. 656, page 638, being also
the common line between Licking Land Company original lots #4 and #5;
thence following the westerly boundary to Gebhard Keny (line of Lots 4
and 5)go with the average alignment of a wire fence, S. 06 deg. 57'48"W.
a total distance of 1,742.17 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter pipe set in the
base of a leaning wood corner fence post at a fence junction,being the
northeasterly corner of 60 acres described in D.B. 487 page 3, R(ichard
L. Showman and Ester Showman, owners); thence wit a wire fence and
common line to aforesaid Showmans, go N. 81 deg. 32'37"W.a total
distance of 1,122.40 feet to a hewed wood corner post at the junction of
four 4( )wire fences;b (oundary between lots 5 and 6)t:hence following
the boundary between lots 5 and 6 and in part marked with a wire fence,
toN0.7.deg0.5.'45"E. p(assing a 36 inch diameter oak tree and fence
junctions at 775.36 feet)a total distance of 1,153.10 feet to a point on the south bank of Raccoon Creek or Raccoon Fork Creek,being the probable southwesterly corner to Helen L. Davis, thence,with a line decided by this surveyor to be the intended southerly line ofHelen L. Davis n(o field evidence)go up a hillside N. 83 deg.29'22"E e(qual to 22 rods and 12 links)a total distance of 370.92 feet to a 12/inch diameter pipe in an angle of an existing wire fence (old fence down); thence following along said wire fence evidence N. 59 deg. 42'42"E. a(nd the definite line of a wood cut tree limiO a distance of 167.48 feet to a 12/ inch diameter iron pipe set at the crest of a bank and in a cleared path area at the upper edge of Raccoon Fork Creek bank and at the top of a
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borrow pit'embankment; thence, running directly to the middle pier of
aforesaid railway bridge, go N. 56 deg. 05'58"E. 685.99 feet to the
beginning: t h( e last course if projected on through to the middle of said
bridge pier it would be 727.33 feet);
Containing in actual (horizontal plane)37.196 acres, no residue: The
basis of the bearings was adapted to the centerline of survey recorded in
Plat Book 7, Page 118,wherein it shows Clous Lane to be S. 06 deg.
38'00"W.and in Helen L. Davis title the same course was called for as
NORTH.
Subject to any and all easements, rights of way,conditions and
restrictions of record,all legal highways, zoning ordinances, rules and
regulations.
Being the dame premises conveyed to the grantors herein by different
description by deed recorded in Volume 715, page 165, of the Deed
Records of Licking County, Ohio. See also Volume 786, page 1, of the
Deed Records of Licking County. Ohio.
4.
That parcel as recorded and described in volume 4, commencing on page
759, known as the Gebhard W.Keny property.
Being part of Lot 2 in the 4th Quarter ofTownship 2 and Range 13 of the
United States Military Lands and further bounded and described as
follows:
Beginning at a point at the intersection of the centerline of Township
Road 131 and the westerly line of said Lot 2; thence North 6 deg. 30'12"
East, passing along the said westerly line of Lot 2 and the easterly line of
the G. W.Keny property (deed reference,Volume 656, page 638, of the
Deed Records of Licking County.Ohio).1354.10 feet to a point and the
true place of beginning for the following described parcel of land:
Thence North 6 deg. 21' 00"East, continuing along said westerly line of
Lot 2 and the easterly line of the Keny property, 1826.71 feet to an iron pin; thence passing along the southerly right of way line of the T. &0. C.
Railroad, said right of way line being referenced by a long chord bearing
South 43 deg. 17'57"East, 2,072.89 feet to an iron pin: thence South 6
deg. 38'36"West, passing along the easterly line of said Lot 2, 1,169.14
feet to a point; thence North 82 deg. 22'32"West, 394.67 feet to a point:
thence South 5 deg. 52'West 686.66 feet to a point in the said centerline
ofTownship Road 131; thence North 5 deg. 52'East 1,354.25 feet to a point: thence 83 deg. 15'West,passing along the said centerline of
Township Road 131, 200.00 feet to a point; thence North 83 deg. 15'
West,973.54 feet to the true place ofbeginning: Containing 58.08 acres, more or less.
Being the same premises described by a different description conveyed to T.David Price,Trustee by deed recorded in Volume 793 at page 1 of the Deed Records of Licking County.Ohio.
The above description prepared by Alvin R. Jobes,Registered Surveyor 5006, November 12, 1979.
RLaesctoTrdraenr'sfer: Deed Record Volume 799, page 516, Licking County,Ohio s Office.
5.
That parcel as recorded and described in Volume 716, commencing on
page 617,known as the Ronald G.Vanatta property.
Being in the fourth (4th)quarter of the second (2nd)township, in the
thirteenth (13th)range, of the United States Military Tract, and being all
of that part of lots numbered two (2),three (3)and four (4)in the second
2nd)range of lots as surveyed by the Licking Land Company that lies
north of the center of the track of the Toledo and Ohio Central Railway.
Being a part of the same premises conveyed by David R.Thomas and
Bertha Thomas,his wife.to Gail Baker by deed dated April 10, 1917 and
recorded in Volume 236 at page 321 of the Deed Records in the office of
the Recorder of Licking County,Ohio.
Reference is also made to Certificate of Transfer in the Estate of Gail N.
Baker dated June 9, 1954 and recorded in Volume 460 at page 109 of
the Deed Records of Licking County, Ohio; and to Certificate for Transfer
in the Estate of Mary Baker Brookbank dated January 3, 1958 and
recorded in Volume 503 at page 554 of the Deed Records of Licking
County.Ohio.
6.
That parcel as recorded and described in Volume 741, commencing on
page 603, know as the Ronald R. Harris and Carol A Harris property.
Being part of Lot 2 in the 4th Quarter ofTownship 2 and Range 13 of the
U.S.M. Lands and further bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point at the intersection of the centerline ofTownship
Road 131 and the westerly line of said Lot 2; thence North 6 degrees 30
feet 12 inches East, passing along an existing fence line and passing
along said westerly line of Lot 2 and the easterly line of the Gebhard W.
Keny property (deed reference,Volume 656 at page 638 of the Deed
Records of Licking County,Ohio). passing an iron pin at 30.00 feet, total distance of a 1354.10 feet to an iron pin: thence South 83 degrees 15
feet East, 973.54 feet to an iron pin:thence South 5 degrees 52 feet
West,passing existing iron pins at 664.54 feet and 1324.25 feet, a total
distance of 1354.25 feet to a point in the said centerline ofTownship
Road 131; thence North 83 degrees 15 feet West,passing along the said
centerline ofTownship Road 131, 988.59 feet to the place of beginning:
Containing 30.50 acres, more or less.
The above description prepared by Alvin R.Jobes, Registered Surveyor 5006, dated December 8, 1975.
SUBJECT to any and all easements,rights of way, conditions and
restrictions of record, all legal highways, zoning ordinances,rules and regulations.
Being part of the same premises conveyed to Oakhaven Development
Corporation by deed recorded in Volume 718 at page 1133 of the Deed Records of Licking County, Ohio.
7.
That parcel as recorded and described in volume 656 commencing on page 638, known as the Gebhard W.Keny property.
Being 185.76 acres in the 4th Section, 2nd Township, 13th Range of the Untied States Military Survey and being all of that land as described in the instruments of record in Volume 267, pages 138 and 139 and Volume 334, pages 419 and 420 of the Deed Records of Licking County,Ohio and also being most of Lots 3 and 4 of Licking Land Company Surveys second range of lots, formerly called the 'Thomas
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Clark McCray Place"a,nd bounded and more particularly described as
follow:
Beginning with a point set in the center of River Road, ( nvp Rd.# 131),
said point about 2440 feet westerly from the junction of said road and
the extension of Heath Village Boundary road,said point also about 1240
feet westerly from the nearest point where Newark City Limits join River
Road; thence with the centerline N 87 deg 27 min W 1846.76 feet; thence
with the center as follows: N 85 deg 26 min W85.97 feet:N 70 deg 42
min W 108.51 feet;N 57 deg 12 min W 112.91 feet;then N 56 deg 14
min W 96.02 feet to a point in the road and on the line between lots 4
and 5:thence with said N 03 deg 08 min E 23.00 feet; thence S 67 deg
50 min E 92.03 feet:thence parallel to lot4&5 line N03 deg 08 min E
243.00 feet; then at a right angle N 86 deg 52 min W87.00 feet to the
fence on lot4&5 boundary; thence with said line N03 deg 08 min E
3685.60 feet to a steel post at a fence corner on the bank of a ditch near
the east end of a railroad bridge over Raccoon Creek: thence following a
fence on the southerly right of way to said railroad along a curve to the
left whose chord measures S 63 deg 13 min E 96.04 feet;then again
with a curve to the left a chord of S 64 deg 23 min E 326.02 feet then
again curving left on a chord line of S 73 deg 44 min E 255.37 feet;
thence with a tangent to said track, and 30 feet,more or less, south and
parallel to track,S 76 deg 33 min E 273.22 feet; then following a curve to
the right whose chord is S 73 deg 11 min E 297.88; then again with a
curve to the right a chord bearing S 62 deg 47 min E 393.58 feet: thence
with the tangent to said track S58 deg 14 min E 742.04 feet to a pin at a
fence junction:the following a fence up hill and on the line between lots
2&3502 deg 56 min W3183.45 feet to the point ofbeginning, together
with all the right, title,and interest held and owned at the time of his
death by the said Thomas Clark McCrary, deceased, in and to the land
lying within the railroad right of way situated generally north of and
adjacent to the 185.776 acres hereinbefore described.
Said real estate is subject to zoning laws and regulations: the rights of
the public to use as public road or highway that portion of the premises
which is situation within the present right of way of the River Road; and
the rights which are or may be held by others by virtue of the following
instruments, all recording references being to the records of the Licking
County,Ohio Recorder:
a) Easements in favor of Central Ohio Railroad Company created
by instruments of record in Lease Record 3, pages 213 and 214:
b) A conveyance to Central Ohio Railroad Company created by an instrument of record in Volume 144 of the Deed Records at page 477;
c) An Oil and Gas Lease and Pipeline Easement for an original
term of 15 years to A. H.Heisey & Co.,dated December 9, 1904,of record in Lease Record 12 at page 260:
d)An Easement granted to The Ohio Fuel Supply Company,of record in Volume 30 of the Lease Records at page 476, dated
September 2, 1913 and later assigned to The Ohio Fuel Gas Company.
e)An Easement in favor ofOhio Power Company, dated June 11, 1929, and of record in Volume 291 of the Deed Records pate 154;
0 An Easement in favor of Ohio Power Company, dated February
19, 1951 and of record in Volume 427 of the Deed Records at page
528; and
g) An Easement in favor of Allegheny Pipeline Company, dated
September 20, 1962 and of record in Volume 558 of the Deed
Records at page 269.
8.
That parcel as recorded and described in volume 684 commencing on
pages 61 and 64,known as the Ralph L. Butt and Evelyn L. Butt
property.
Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Licking and Township of
Granville and bounded and described as follows:
Being the Fourth Section, Second Township and Thirteenth Range,
United States Military Lands, beginning at the intersection of the north
line of what is known as the River Road,with the west line of Lot Number
Four (4)in said Section, thence northerly along the west line of said Lot
Number Four (4),two hundred thirteen (213)feet to a point:thence
easterly at right angles to the west line of said Lot Number Four (4)
eighty-seven (87)feet to a point; thence southerly parallel with the west
line of said Lot Number Four (4)two hundred forty-three (243)feet to the
north line of said River Road; thence westerly along the north line of said
River Road ninety-six (96)feet to the place of beginning.
Subject to all valid rights of way and easements of record.
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Ordinance 31-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 31-94
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BY: BER
ALfr
AN ORDINANCE TO APPROVE AND ADOPT CURRENT REPLACEMENT
PAGES TO THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES; AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, certain provisions within the Codified Ordinances should be amended to
conform with current State law as required by the Ohio Constitution; and
WHEREAS, various ordinances of a general and permanent nature have been passed
by Council which should be included in the Codified Ordinances; and
WHEREAS, Council has heretofore entered into a contract with the Walter H. Drane
company to prepare and publish such revision which is before Council;
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville, State of
Ohio that:
Section I:
Section 11:
Section 111:
Section IV:
Passed this
The ordinances of Granville, Ohio of a general and permanent nature, as revised,
recodified, rearranged and consolidated into component codes, titles, chapters
and sections within the 1994 Replacement Pages to the Codified Ordinances are
hereby approved and adopted.
The following sections and chapters are hereby added, amended or repealed as
respectively indicated in order to comply with current State law:
333.01
337.26
339.03
371. 06
525.01
525.02
525.10
525.15
Traffic Code
Driving or Physical Control While Under the Influence (Amended)
Child Restraint System ( Amended)
Maximum Width, Height and Length (Amended)
Use of Highway For Soliciting (Amended)
General Offenses Code
Law Enforcement and Public Office Definitions ( Amended)
Falsification ( Amended)
Unlawful Interest in a Public Contract (Amended).
Assaulting Police Dog or Horse (Added).
This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the
immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety and welfare of the
Municipality and its inhabitants, and for the further reason that there exists imperative necessity an for the earliest publication and distribution of the current
Replacement Pages to the officials and residents of Granville, so as to facilitate
the administrative and daily operation of Granville and avoid practical and legal entanglements.
This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately upon passage.
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Att:
Ckrl.L bt Frf ofeb Clerk of Council
Approved as to!Il
31ir--1 Law Dirpto€r
day of Ojolkir 1994.
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Ordinance 30-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 30-94
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BY: Uref -faj AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 43-93 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1994 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article 11 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, 1994 and ending December
31, 1994, 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:
Section 11:
Account No.
Al -6-A-230
Al -7-E230
Al -7-1<230
Al -7-K240
Section 111:
Passed this
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by
Ordinance No. 43-93, be amended by the Council, as recommended by
the Manager, and is hereby adopted.
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the General Fund during the
fiscal year ending December 31, 1994, the following appropriations are
hereby made in the General Fund:
Account
Contractual Services -Engineering
Summit / Prospect Street Improvements
Contractual Services -
Utilities
Contractual Services -
Legal Expenses
Supplies, Materials -
Law Books
Add
4,000
10,500
2,000
500
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
l9 day of
Attest:
C_0-.j-r(L- t.r*0. Clerk of Council
Approve8-1139rm:
c<2*1L /-
Law Dirpto€r
Odober 1994.

Ordinance 29-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 29-94
BY: /'*« AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 43-93 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1994
AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article 11 of the Charter of the
1 Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized to adopt the Municipal Budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1994 and ending December 31, 1994, 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: The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by Ordinance No. 43-93, be amended by the Council, as recommended by the Manager, and is hereby adopted.
Section 11: To provide for operating expenditures in the General Fund during the ending fiscal year December 31, 1994, the following appropriation is hereby made in the General Fund:
Account No. Account Add
Al-6A-250 Capital Outlay - 10,808
Newark-Granville Road Design
Al-6D-250 Capital Outlay - 7,975
Newark-Granville Road Storm Sewer Design
Section 111: To provide for operating expenditures in the Park Land Reserve Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1994, the following appropriation is hereby made in the Park Land Reserve Fund:
Account No. Account
A3-6-G250
Add
Capital Outlay - 7,975
Newark-Granville Road Pathway Design
Section IV: To provide for operating expenditures in the Permissive Tax Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1994, the following appropriation is hereby made in the Permissive Tax Fund:
Account No. Account
88-6-A250
Add
Capital Outlay - 11,342
Newark-Granville Road Design
Section V: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this day of 06- 106Lr 1994.
vi ce 1' yor
Attest:
24,- d *4.-Uu3 Clerk of Council
Approv594rm(: JLi,r--« Law BIF6ctor

Ordinance 28-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 28-94
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Br. \
Ahdjrnan
AN ORDINANCE TO ALLOW THE PLACEMENT OF A WROUGHT IRON
FENCE AT THE PREMISES KNOWN AS 221 EAST BROADWAY,
WITHIN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF WAY, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE
GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION.
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission recommended that a wrought iron fence
be allowed to be constructed within the public right-of-way at the premises known 221 East Broadway. as
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio:
Section I: That the placement of a wrought iron fence be permitted within the public
right-of-way at the premises known as 221 East Broadway.
Section 11: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the
earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
oll
Cle1rk9of C.lo-uAncil.ry11*143
day of
Approved as to form:
2L )7
La>ifector
CSek/
77h,/
Mayor
1994.

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