Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 27-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 27-94
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BY: ©nn1--e_r.1
AN ORDINANCE TO ADD SECTION 925.07 (k)TO THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE TO ESTABLISH
BACKFLOW PREVENTION FOR GRANVILLE RESIDENTIAL WATER
CUSTOMERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH OEPA REGULATIONS AND
STATE PLUMBING CODES.
WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of the Granville Village Water Department to
assure that the public is protected from the hazards and dangers which can be caused
by backflow and cross-connections in the public water supply and;
WHEREAS, the Village of Granville desired to set forth rules and regulations for
the control of backflow and cross-connections as outlined in Section 925.07 (j)of the
Granville Codified Ordinances.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY The Council of Granville, Ohio that:
Section I:
Section 11:
Passed this
Section 925.07 (k)is hereby added to the Granville Codified Ordinances
to read as follows:
Implementation of Dual Checks meeting ASSE 1024 Standards
with expansion tank on residential dwellings will be required on all
new replacement water service lines and new water services
applied for after November 1, 1994.
Implementation of Dual Checks meeting ASSE 1024 Standards
with expansion tank on residential dwellings will be required
wherever a cross connections is found to exist, and wherever there
is a second source of water to a facility.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
611 day of
Attest:
il dirl, 5<. h76*2) Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
721L: -7 Lawfector
Jepkry'bey,-
Mayor N 1
1994.
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Ordinance 26-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 26-94
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BY : 1-Y-8n-1,Ornf,rlj
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS IV AND V OF ORDINANCE NO. 2-89,
ESTABLISHING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF CERTAIN PROPERTIES SET
FORTH IN THOSE SECTIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 2-89.
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 2-89, adopted March 1, 1989, zoned properties within newly
annexed territories, and;
WHEREAS, errors were made in setting forth the classification of several parcels in
Ordinance No. 2-89, and;
WHEREAS;the correct classification of those parceIs is necessary for the public welfare and
for the furtherance of appropriate land use as delineated within Granville Comprehensive Plan,
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained that:
Section I: Section IV of Ordinance No. 2-89 is hereby amended by the deletion of parcel
number, owner, and acres as follows:
Parcel Number
49
Owner
William &Dorothy Lavender
Acres
2.5
Section 11: Section V of Ordinance No. 2-89 is hereby amended by the addition of parcel
numbers, names and acres, as follows:
Parcel Number
49
Owner
William &Dorothy Lavender
Acres
2.5
Section 111: The changes to Ordinance No. 2-89 set forth in Sections 1, and 11 above, are
hereby made for corrective purposes only, and are not to be construed to
change any other effect or zoning classification set forth in the said ordinance.
Section IV: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
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C A- 1'13_i M. ) Clerk of Council /
Approved a o Form: LawAlday
of Aplust- 1994.
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Mayor

Ordinance 25-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 25-94
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BY: LrshaD k .
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 -7-E250
Al -7-E230
Section 111:
Passed this
Attest:
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
Capital Outlay -
Structural Repairs to
118 South Main Street.
Contractual Services -
Survey at 118 S. Main Street
Add
5,000
800
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
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Approvedtrm:
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LawKe)c#tor
day of Au us+
ayor
1994.

Ordinance 24-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 24-94
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BY: *d. r-e1,<( AN RDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, APPROVING THE
TRANSFER OF CONTROL OF TIMES MIRROR CABLE TELEVISION OF LICKING
COUNTY, INC.,F R('ANCHISEEF')ROM THE TIMES MIRROR COMPANY TO
COX CABLE COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
WHEREAS, the Village of Granville has entered into a franchise agreement with the
Franchisee for the provision of cable television services in the Village, and:
WHEREAS, the franchise agreement provides the Franchisee must obtain the prior consent
of the Village Council to the transfer of control of the franchisee, and;
WHEREAS, Franchisee's ultimate controlling entity, The Times Mirror Company, has
announced its plan pursuant to an Agreement and Plan of Merger by and among The Times Mirror
CompanyT (im' es Mirror"N)e,w TMC Inc.C, ox Cable Communications, Inc. C(ox's Cable"a)n,d
Cox Enterprises, Inc.,dated June 5, 1994, to transfer its non-cable related assets to New TMC Inc.,
following which Times Mirror (then holding only its remaining cable assets)will merge into Cox
Cable, a public company, which will become the owner of the stock of Franchisee' and;
WHEREAS, on the closing date of the above-described merger transaction, approximately
twenty percent 2( 0%of t)he shares of Cox Cable will be transferred to Times Mirror's public
stockholders and the remaining shares of Cox Cable will be owned by Cox Enterprises, Inc.,or one of its wholly owned subsidiaries, and;
WHEREAS, the Franchise will remain the same entity following the merger, but will be controlled, directly or through a subsidiary, by Cox Cable and will be ultimately controlled by Cox Cable's controlling entity, Cox Enterprises, Inc. and:
WHEREAS, after evaluating the proposed transaction described above, the Village has determined that it is in the best interest of the Village and the residents thereof to approve the transfer of control of the Franchise form Times Mirror to Cox Cable.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Village Council of the Village of Granville that:
Section I:
Section 11:
That the transfer of control of the Franchisee from Times mirror to Cox
cable be approved.
That the Village hereby affirms that, as of the date of this Ordinance, its
franchise agreement with the Franchisee is valid and remains in full force and effect.
Section 111: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this / day of
Atpt
C LAz;k- .9(.y /,k- ££P Clerk of Council /
kppr3oN /«»/ 01,«1'
Law Dir ctor
Auqus + 1994
Mayor /
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Ordinance 23-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 23-94
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BY: 0 usl-e-Q_Q
AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT CHAPTER 1193 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, ESTABLISHING TREE AND
LANDSCAPE REQUIREMENTS.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio, that
Section I:
read
1193.01
1193.02
1193.03
1193.04
1193.05
a)
b)
C)
d)
Chapter 1193 is hereby added to the Granville Codified Ordinances to
as follows:
Purpose and Intent.
Definitions.
Applicable Lands.
Standards for Trees
Located on New
Development Sites.
Minimum Landscape
Requirements For
Vehicular Use Areas.
CHAPTER 1193
Tree &Landscape
1193.06
1193.07
1193.08
CROSS REFERENCES
Trees, Shrubs &Maintenance -CHPT. 909
1193.01 PURPOSE AND INTENT.
Tree Planting
Requirements
Landscape Materials
For New Development.
Plan Application and
Approval.
The purpose of landscaping regulations is to health, promote and protect the public safety and welfare through the preservation and protection of the environment by recognizing the vital importance of tree and plant growth in the ecological system. It is further the purpose of this chapter to promote the preservation of trees and the replacement of major trees removed in the course of land development, to promote the proper utilization of landscaping as a buffer between certain land uses, to improve and maintain the appearance and safety and to protect, preserve and promote the aesthetic appeal, character and value of the Village of Granville.
1193.02 DEFINITIONS.
The following definitions are only for the purposes of this Chapter:
Large tree"means any tree species which normally attains a fullg-rown height equal to or greater than fifty (50)feet.
Medium tree"means any tree species which normally attains a fullg-rown height of between thirty (30)and fifty (50)feet.
Small tree"means tree species which normally attains a fullg-rown height of under thirty (30)feet.
Ons-ite landscaping"means the use of landscape materials within the innermost boundaries of the property.
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e) T "reelawn"means the area either between the edge of the street
pavemenUcurb and the edge of the sidewalk or the area from the
edge of the street pavemenUcurb to the right-of-way line.
1193.03 APPLICABLE LANDS.
a) No zoning certificate shall be issued for any new site development or
redevelopment, otherwise permitted under Chapters 1163, 1167, 1169, 1171 or
1175, unless the landscaping provisions for such development as required in
this chapter are met.
b) New Site Developments.
Subdivision and development plans shall be designed to preserve natural
vegetation areas as much as possible. Streets, parcels, structures and parking
areas shall be laid out to minimize the destruction of wooded areas or
outstanding tree specimens. Developers of land are encouraged to designate
wooded areas as park reserves.
c) Existing Structures.
No building, structure, or vehicular use area shall be constructed or
expanded unless the minimum landscaping required by the provisions of this
chapter is provided.
d) Expansions and/or additions to an existing single-family residential structure
are exempt from the requirements of this Chapter.
1193.04 STANDARDS FOR TREES LOCATED ON NEW DEVELOPMENT SITES.
Subdividers or developers shall plant trees along public streets bordering
and within their development in such a manner, type, quantity and location as
determined by the Planning Commission. Any undeveloped street or existing
street with undeveloped frontage shall conform to the following requirements at
the time of the development:
a) The maximum spacing between trees shall be fifty (50)feet for large
trees, forty (40)feet for medium trees, and thirty (30)feet for small trees;
b) The treelawns and tree sizes will match as follows:
Treelawn Tree Size
4-6' Small
6-8' Medium
8' or more Large
c) The tree location shall be at least fifty (50)feet from street
intersections and ten (10)feet from fire hydrants or utility poles;
d) 1) Developers shall be required to maintain trees for one (1)
year after the trees are planted. Should any tree require
replacement during this one (1)year period the replacement period
shall start at the date of replacement. Except as provided herein,
the replacement period shall not extend beyond two (2)years from the original planting date.
2)Upon completion of a street tree planting, the developer shall
contact the Zoning Inspector for a preliminary inspection. The
replacement period shall begin after the approval of the Zoning Inspector.
3)The developer shall contact the Zoning Inspector for a final inspection to be made at the end of the replacement period.
All trees not exhibiting a healthy, vigorous growing condition, as determined by the Village's inspection, shall be replaced at the expense of the developer.
4) In the event that the conditions of any trees cannot be
ascertained due to the season of the year, the final inspection may,
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in the discretion of the Zoning Inspector, be deferred until the
commencement of the next growing season.
e) The minimum trunk caliper measured at twenty-four (24)inches above
the ground for all street trees shall be no less than one and three-quarter
1 3/4)inches.
1193.05 MINIMUM LANDSCAPE REQUIREMENTS FOR VEHICULAR USE AREAS.
This section sets forth the minimum requirements that shall be met regarding the
landscaping for vehicular use areas.
a) Landscaping at Parking and Service Areas.
Any open parking area of more than four thousand (4,000)square feet in
area and/ or at least twelve (12)vehicular parking spaces shall be required to
have on site landscaping that may be in the form of islands or peninsulas.
On-site landscaping shall encompass at least five (5)percent of the total area of
the parking lot. The preservation of existing plants is encouraged and will be
included in the consideration as to whether minimum landscape requirements
have been attained.
b) Minimum Tree Plantings.
A minimum of one (1) large tree per three thousand (3,000)square feet of
ground coverage by structures and vehicular use areas is required.
c)Vehicle Overhang.
Parked vehicles may not extend into the border of any landscape area.
Curbs or wheel stops shall be provided to insure no overhang.
d) Landscaping for Service Structures.
Service structures shall be screened. For the purpose of this chapter,
service structures"includes but not limited to loading docks, waste collection
units, utility vaults which extend above the surface and other equipment
providing service to a building or a site. Structures may be grouped together;
however, screening height shall be one (1)foot more than the tallest of the structures.
e) Location of Screening.
A continuous hedge planting, fence, wall or earth mound must enclose
any service structure on all sides. Any service structure which must be daily
moved or serviced will require screening on all but one (1) side. The height of
the screening material shall be one foot more than the height of the structure,
but shall not be required to exceed ten (10)feet in height. Whenever a service
structure is located next to a building wall, or vehicular use area, walls screening material or may fulfill the screening requirement for that side of the
service structure if that wall or screening material is of an average height
sufficient to meet the height requirement set out in this chapter. Whenever
service structures are screened by plant material, such materials may apply to
the fulfillment of required landscaping. The type of screening or combination of
screening types is subject to Planning Commission review and approval
1193.06 TREE PLANTING REQUIREMENTS.
Use
Planned Unit Development District
Requirements
A minimum of two trees (one on each
side of the roadway)shall be provided for
every fifty (50)linear feet of roadway.
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Village Business,
Planned Commercial,
Suburban Business District,
Planned Industrial,
Institutional and
Community Service District.
In addition to the requirements of Section
1193.05 hereof for vehicular use areas,
the following shall apply: there shall be
landscaped areas equal to twenty (20)
square feet for every one thousand
1, 000)square feet of building ground
coverage area, or fraction thereof. Such
landscaped areas shall contain trees,
planting beds, hedges, fences, walls,
earth mounds, benches or other materials
designed and located in a manner
complementary to the overall architecture
of the surrounding buildings.
1193.07 LANDSCAPE MATERIALS FOR NEW DEVELOPMENT.
a) The proposed landscape materials should complement the existing trees
and plantings.
b) Artificial plants are prohibited.
c) The amount of shade or sun should be considered in selecting plant
materials.
d) Plants, planting and maintenance shall conform to the standards of the
American Association of Nurserymen (ANN),American Standard for Nursery
Stock, 1990 edition, ANN PublicationA #24-0240, 1250 1 Street NW, Suite 500,
Washington, DC 20005.
e) Plant material which does not survive shall be replaced by the owner within
twelve (12)months after the material dies. Replacement of plants shall be of the
same size, genus and species as originally planted.
1193.08 PLAN APPLICATION AND APPROVAL.
Whenever any property is affected by these landscape requirements, the
property owner or developer shall prepare a landscape plan for review and approval.
Such plans shall follow the same application requirements for site plans and shall
contain, all existing and proposed trees and landscape materials, including botanical
names, common names, planting size, on center planting dimensions where applicable,
and quantities for all plants used.
The Planning Commission shall, prior to its consideration of a landscape plan,
forward a copy of the plan along with any other information provided by the developer
to the Tree and Landscape Commission for its review and recommendation. Upon
receipt of the recommendation and/ or comment from the Tree and Landscape
Commission the Planning Commission shall begin its review.
In the event, recommendation is not received within thirty (30)days after the
transmittal of the plan to the Tree and Landscape Commission, the Planning
Commission may proceed in accordance with these regulations.
Section 11: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this /' day of Au
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Clerk of Council Mayor
Approqv, l,iForm:/
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Ordinance 22-1994

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 909 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, ESTABLISHING TREE, SHRUBS,
AND MAINTENANCE LANDSCAPE REGULATIONS AND TO REPEAL
EXISTING CHAPTER 909 OF SAID CODIFIED ORDINANCES.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: Chapter 909 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Granville, is hereby
amended to read as follows:
909.01 Purpose &Intent.
CHAPTER 909
Trees,Shrubs &Maintenance
909.02 Property owner responsible for
removal.
909.03 Removal of trees within a public
right of way.
909.04 Manager's permission to remove,
top,trim or treat trees.
909.05 Breaking or injuring tree in
public way.
909.06 Attaching sign or wire
prohibited.
909.07 Utility pipes and wires not to
injure tree or shrub.
909.08 Obstructing air or water to
tree or shrub.
909.99 Penalty.
CROSS REFERENCES
Power to regulate shade trees and shrubbery -see Ohio R. C. 715. 20
Assessments for tree planting or maintenance -see Ohio R. C. 727. 011
Injury or destruction -see GEN. OFF. 541. 06
Tree &Landscape Ordinance -See P&Z CHPT. 1193
909.01 PURPOSE &INTENT
The purpose of this Chapter is to promote and protect the public health, safety and welfare through the preservation and protection of the environment by recognizing the vital importance of tree and plant growth in the ecological system. It is further the purpose of this chapter to improve and maintain the appearance and safety and to protect, preserve and promote the aesthetic appeal, character and value of the Village of Granville.
909.02 PROPERTY OWNER RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVAL
The owner of any real estate within the Municipality shall be responsible for the removal of any trees located on the owner's property. If all or any portion of a tree on an owner's property is deemed unsafe or otherwise undesirable and overhangs a street or public property, the Manager or the Manager's designee may notify the owner to remove that tree or portion thereof. If the owner does not comply within ten days after receipt of such notice, the Municipality may cause to be removed all, or the endangering portion of such tree, and assess the cost to the owner.
909.03 REMOVAL OF TREES WITHIN A PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY.
Any tree ando/r portion thereof located within the public right of way shall be caused to be removed by the Municipality after notification to the abutting property owner that retention of the tree or portion thereof is deemed by the Municipality to be unsafe or not in the public interest. Such notice shall be given by the Manager or the Manger's designee in writing at least fifteen days prior to removal, unless the Manager or designee should determine that immediate removal is required to protect the public health, safety and welfare. Any such removal shall be accomplished by the Municipality or its agents at the sole expense of the Municipality, and the Municipality shall promptly remove or cause to be Mreumnoicviepdalaitlyl.wood from the public right of way, which wood shall be the property of the
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909.04 MANAGER'S PERMISSION TO REMOVE,TRIM, TOP OR TREAT TREES.
No tree located on public property or on a public right of way shall be removed,
topped, trimmed or treated except with the permission of the Manager or the Manager's
designee. Nor shall any tree be planted on public property except with the permission of the
Manager or the Manger's designee. If any tree is removed, treated or trimmed as provided
in this section at the expense of the abutting property owner, then such property owner shall
promptly remove or cause to be removed all wood from the public property or public right of
way, and such wood shall be the property of the abutting property owner.
909.05 BREAKING OR INJURING TREE IN PUBLIC WAY.
No person, firm or corporation shall remove, destroy, break, cut, deface, trim or in any
way injure or interfere with any tree or shrub growing in any public way of the Municipality
except by written permit of the Manager or the Manager's designee. Provided, however, that
nothing in this section shall be constTed to apply to the removal under the direction of the
Municipality of any root, tree, shrub or part thereof whenever the same shall be found
necessary in the construction of any sidewalk, sewer, pavement or other public improvement.
909.06 ATTACHING SIGN OR WIRE PROHIBITED.
No person, firm or corporation shall fasten or attach any wire, rope, sign, handbill or
other thing to any tree or shrub growing in any public way.
909.07 UTILITY PIPES AND WIRES NOT TO INJURE TREE OR SHRUB.
Any person or company maintaining any gas pipe, electric or telephone wire in the
Municipality shall, in the absence of a provision in the franchise, maintain such pipes or
wires in a manner so as to avoid injury to any tree or shrub in the public way.
909.08 OBSTRUCTING AIR OR WATER TO TREE OR SHRUB.
No person, firm or corporation except with a written permit from the Manager or the
Manager's designee shall place or maintain upon the ground in any public street or parkway
any stone, cement or other impervious material or substance in such a manner obstruct the as may free access of air and water to the roots of any tree or shrub in any such public street or parkway
909.99 PENALTY.
Whoever violates any provision of this chapter shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars 1(0$0. 00)for each offense. Each day a violation continues following notice of such violation shall constitute a separate offense.
Section 11: That existing Chapter 909 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Granville is hereby repealed.
Section 111: This Ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this 7 day of 1994.
Attest:
LLEd74-4- Clerk of Council D
Approved as to Fo : 9 ' Laiff Law Dir ctor
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Ordinance 21-1994

CS-2 Rev. 4/9/92
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NAME OF STREET Granville Bypass
ROUTE NO. State Route No. 16
By: Mon1-o-rne«ru
ORDINANCE NO. 21-94
LIC-016-014.24
PID: 14521
ORDINANCE NO. 21-94
Date July 20, 1994
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE ENACTED BY THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,LICKING
COUNTY,OHIO,IN THE MATTER OF THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED IMPROVEMENT,
AND TO REQUEST COOPERATION BY THE DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION.
WHEREAS,the Village has identified the need for and proposes the improvement of a portion of the
public highway which is described as follows:
All of State Route No. 016 within the corporation limits for the Village of Granville.
Work shall include pavement crack sealing and other related construction items.
said portion of highway within the municipal corporation limits being hereinafter referred
to as the improvement,and
WHEREAS,the Village further desires cooperation from the Director of Transportation in the
planning,design and construction of said improvement.
NOW THEREFORE,Be it ordained by the Council ofthe Village of Granville,Ohio:
SECTION I (Cooperation)
That said Village hereby requests the cooperation of the Director of Transportation, in the cost of the
above described improvements as follows:
That the consent of the Village be and such consent is hereby given to the Director of Transportation
to proceed with the above improvement in accordance with plans,specifications,and estimates as
approved by the Director,at no cost to the Village.
SECTION 11 C(onsent)
That it is declared to be in the public interest that the consent of said Village be and such
consent is hereby given to the Director of Transportation to construct the above
described improvement,in accordance with plans,specifications and estimates as approved by the Director.
SECTION III ( Authority to Sign)
That the Village Manager of Said Village,is hereby authorized to enter into maintenance and parking
agreements and special contractual obligations.
SECTION IV (Maintenance and Parking)
That upon completion of said improvement,said Village will thereafter keep said highway open to traffic at all times,and
a) Maintain the improvement in accordance with the provisions of the statutes relating thereto and make ample financial and other provisions for such maintenance;and
b) Maintain the righto- fw-ay and keep it free of obstructions in a manner satisfactory to the State of Ohio and hold said right-of-way inviolate for public highway purposes and permit no signs,
plimosittesr;s,billboards,roadside stands or other private installations within the righto- fw-ay and
c) Place and maintain all traffic control devices conforming to the Ohio Manual ofUniform Traffic Control Devices on the improvement in compliance with the provisions of Section 4511. 11 and related sections of the Ohio Revised Code.
d) Regulate parking in the following manner:
Prohibit parking in accordance with Section 4511.66 ofthe Ohio Revised Code,unless otherwise controlled by local ordinance or restriction.
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g)
SECTION V
Right-of-Way,Utility Rearrangement and Damage,and Liability Responsibilities)
That all existing street and public way right-of-way within the Village which is necessary for
the aforesaid improvement,shall be made available therefor.
That the State will acquire any additional right-of-way required for the construction of the
aforesaid improvement.
That arrangements have been or will be made with and agreements obtained from all public
utility companies whose lines or structures will be affected by the said improvement and said
companies have agreed to make any and all necessary plant removals or rearrangements in
such a manner as to be clear of any construction called for by the plans of said improvement
and said companies have agreed to make such necessary rearrangements immediately after
notification by said Village or the Department ofTransportation.
That it is hereby agreed that the Village shall at its own expense,make all rearrangements of
water mains,service lines,fire hydrants, valve boxes sanitary sewers or other municipally
owned utilities and/ or any appurtenances thereto,which do not comply with the provisions of
Directive H-P-508.
That the construction,reconstruction,and/ or rearrangement of both publicly and privately
owned utilities,referred to in subsections ( c)and (d)above,shall be done in such a manner as
not to interfere unduly with the operation of the contractor constructing the improvement and
all backfilling of trenches made necessary by such utility rearrangements shall be performed
in accordance with the provisions of the Ohio Department of Transportation Construction and
Material Specifications and shall be subject to approval by the State.
That the installation of all utility facilities on the right-of-way shall conform with the
requirements of the Federal Highway Administration Policy and Procedure Memorandum 30-
4 " Utility Relocations and Adjustments"and the Department of Transportation's rules on Utility Accommodation.
That the Village hereby agrees to accept responsibility for any and all damages or claims for
which it is legally liable arising from the negligence of its officers, employees or agents in the
performance of the Village's obligations made or agreed to in Sections a( ),b (),c )(,d (),e )(, and ( f)hereinabove. Likewise,the State agrees to accept responsibility for any and all
damages or claims for which it is legally liable arising from the negligence of its officers,
employees or agents in the performance of the State's obligations made or agreed to in
Sections a( ),b (),c )(,d (),e )(a,nd f()herein above.
This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure by reason of the need for expediting highway improvements to promote highway safety,and provided it receives the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the
members elected to Council,it shall take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage and approval by the Mayor; otherwise,it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this
At:
l_Ar- (L j.YrlL2/13 Clerk of Council /
Approved as to Form:
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STATE OF OHIO
Village of Granville SS
County Licking
CERTIFICATE OF COPY
I,Carie Miller,as Clerk ofthe Village of Granville,Ohio,do hereby by certify that the foregoing is a true and
correct copy of Ordinance No. 21-94 adopted by the legislative Authority of the Village of Granville on the 20th
day of July,1994,that the publication of such ordinance has been made and certified of record according to law;
that no proceedings looking to a referendum upon such ordinance have been taken;and that such ordinance and
certificate ofpublications thereof are ofrecord in Ordinance ecord No. 21-94-.
ClerkllL-L;K 4 L*A4. 0
Village of Granville,Ohio.
The aforegoing is accepted as a basis for proceeding with the improvement herein described.
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Date

Ordinance 20-1994

ORDINANCE NO.20-94
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BY: re,f15 AN ORDINANCE TO APPROVE THE COVENANT AGREEMENT FOR PHASE IV OF
BRYN DU WOODS/ THE COLONY AT BRYN DU.
WHEREAS, on November 19, 1993, application was filed by the owners of the property
known as Bryn Du Phase IV/ the Colony at Bryn Du, requesting approval of the Development
Plan for land therein, and;
WHEREAS, said plan was submitted to the Granville Planning Commission which, after
public hearing conducted in accordance with Sections 1171.04 (a) 1()through 5( )of the
Granville Codified Ordinances on December 6, 1993, recommended to this Council, on
December 20, 1993, that said application be approved, and;
WHEREAS, this Council received said recommendation from the Planning Commission
at its January 5, 1994, regular Council meeting, and conducted public hearings on said
application on January 19, 1994, in accordance with Sections 1171. 04 (5 and (6),and;
WHEREAS, the Development Pan and Preliminary Plat for Phase IV of Bryn Du
Woods/ The Colony at Bryn Du was approved by Ordinance No. 1-94 on January 19, 1994,
and;
WHEREAS, the covenants to the construction of this Planned Unit Development, in
accordance with Village subdivision regulations, are hereupon agreed and make a part
hereupon agreed and made a part of the Bryn Du Woods /The Colony at Bryn Du
Development Plan.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, :
Section I: That the accompanying covenant agreement applying to the area encompassed
in the Bryn Du Woods Phase IV/ the Colony at Bryn Du Development Plan
hereto attached and marked Exhibit "A",be and is hereby made a part of this
ordinance.
Section 11: That the Covenant Agreement for Bryn Du Woods Phase IV/ the Colony at Bryn
Du Development Plan as recommended by the Planning Commission, be and
hereby is approved.
Section IV: That this ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this 3
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BRYN DU WOODS
PROTECTIVE COVENANTS
PHASE IV
Article 1 - Additional Definitions
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Unless the context otherwise speci fies or requires, as used in this deed the following terms
shall have the meanings specified:
§ 1. 01 Association: means BRYN DU WOODS ASSOCIATION, INC.,a non-profit Ohio
corporation, the members of which shall be each person, firm or corporation who becomes an
Owner.
§ 1.02 Board: shall mean the Board of Trustees or other governing body of the
Association.
§ 1.03 Bryn Du Woods: shall mean the residential community being developed and to be
developed on the Property.
§ 1.04 Building: shall mean a roofed and walled structure, together with all projections
and extensions thereof, including, but not limited to, garages, porches, canopies, shelters and
storage areas.
§ 1.05 Common Property: shall mean those areas of the Properly designated as such
pursuant to the provisions of §3.01 of these Protective Covenants and all buildings and
improvements now or hereafter situated thereon.
§ 1.06 Developer: shall mean the Grantor, Granville Golf Course Company, during such
periods as the Grantor is the record holder of the fee simple title to any part of the Property and shall
mean the Association at all other times.
§ 1.07 Front:shall mean the side facing the street.
§ 1.08 Improvements: shall mean and include, without limitation, buildings, outbuildings,
roads, driveways, parking areas, fences, retaining walls, swimming pools, screening
walls, ornamentation, signs, stairs, decks, hedges, wind-breaks, plantings, planted trees and
shrubs, poles and all other structures and landscaping, and each of the foregoing shall constitute an
Improvement".
§ 1.09 Lot: shall mean a part of the Property which constitutes a single parcel for
purposes of real estate taxation or two or more of such parcels which are contiguous, are commonly
owned and collectively constitute a single residential building site.
§ 1. 10 Owner:shall mean the holder or holders of record of the fee simple title to a Lot.
§ 1. 11 Property: shall mean and include the following:
1) At the time of the execution hereof, the term "Property"shall mean the real
property described in this deed and all presently existing Improvements built, installed or
erected thereon;
2) From and after the building, Installation orerection of each Improvement upon
the real property described in this deed, the term "Property"shall also Include each such
Improvement;
3) From and after each addition to the real property described in this deed,
pursuant to Article 7 hereof, the term "Property"shall also include each such additional
parcel of land and each Improvement existing thereon; and
4) From and after the building, installation or erection of each Improvement on
each additional parcel of land referred to in subparagraph (3)above, the term " Property"
shall also include each such Improvement.
§ 1. 12 Resident:shall mean and includeeach person lawfully residing on any Lotandthe
members of the immediate family of each such person actually residing in the same household.
Article 2 - Association Purposes and Membership,
Fees, Dues and Lien
§2.01 Purposes:The purposes of the Association shall be to acquire the fee simple title
to real property for the common use, benefit orenjoyment of its members, whether or not the same
shall be designated as Common Property; to improve, maintain and keep the same open, in repair
and free from nuisance and in a clean and sanitary condition and to pay the public taxes and
assessments thereon; to review, evaluate, approve and disapprove proposed plans for
Improvements to be constructed on the Property, to maintain and preserve the Bryn Du Woods
Design Standards (hereinafter defined)and to enforce the provisions of these Protective Covenants;
to determine what fees and dues shall be paid by its members, the amounts thereof and when the
same shall be due and payable; to promote, conserve and maintain the health, safety, welfare,
convenience, comfort and enjoyment of the Owners and Residents; to provide for the acquisition,
construction, management, maintenance and care of "Association property", as said term is
defined in present Sec. 528 of the United States Internal Revenue Code or may hereafter be defined
in any amendment or replacement of said section; and, in carrying out the foregoing provisions to
purchase, lease, exchange, acquire, own, hold, mortgage, pledge, hypothecate, borrow money upon,
sell, dedicate to public use and otherwise deal in and with real and personal property of every kind,
character and description, and any and all estates and interests therein and otherwise to do all
things permitted by law.
§2.02 Members: The members of the Association shall be each person, firm or
corporation who becomes an Owner. Each member shall be entitled to one vote on each matter
properly submitted to the members for their vote, consent, waiver, release or other action for each
Lot owned by such member. If, however, one Lot is owned by two or more members, such members
collectively shall have but one vote for such Lot.
§2.03 Fees and Dues:The Board shall determine what fees and dues shall be paid by the
members, the amounts thereof and when the same shall be due and payable, but all such fees and
dues shall be apportioned equally on a per Lot basis among all members. All such fees and dues
shall be used by the Association, without profit, solely in carrying out its purposes set forth herein
and in its Articles of Incorporation and shall not exceed the Maximum Amount per Lot per calendar
year unless the same shall have been approved by members entitled to exercise not less than a
majority of the total voting power of the members. The "Maximum Amount"for each calendaryear,
as used herein, shall mean the greater of One Hundred Dollars 1(0$0)ora sum of money having, as of
January of that calendar year, a purchasing power equal to One Hundred Dollars 1($00) as of
January, 1987, which sum shall be determined by Increasing or decreasing One Hundred Dollars
100)by the same percentage by which the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (All-
Items, U.S. City Average)published by Bureau of Labor Statistics of the United States Department of
Labor for January of such year has increased ordecreased in comparison with such Index (using the
same reference base) for January, 1987. If publication of such Index is discontinued or if the
reference bases are so changed that such Index no longer fairly represents changes in consumer prices from those as of January, 1987, adjustments in the Maximum Amount for any calendar year shall be made in accordance with such other index as will fairly reflect such changes, 1
§ 2.04 Personal Liability and Lien. Such fees and dues as become due and payable by a
member at any time during his period of membership shall be a personal obligation of such member
and, in addition, shall be a charge upon the Lot or Lots owned by such member, and the Association
shall have a lien on such Lot or Lots to secure the payment of all such fees and dues subject only to
lien of public authority for taxes and assessments and the lien of any first mortgage.
Article 3 · Common Property
§3.01 Designation of Common Property: The Grantor intends to convey to the
Association, subsequent to the recordation of this Deed and subsequent to the reconveyance of the
Property to the Grantor, one or more tracts of land within the Property for park and recreational
purposes. Upon designation by the Association of any part of the Property owned by it as Common
Property, the Association shall cause a declaration stating that such land has been so designated to
be recorded among the records of the Recorder of Licking County, Ohio. No part of the Property shall
be Common Property subject to the rights and easements of enjoyment and privileges hereinafter
granted unless and until the same shall have been so designated and the above described
declaration shall have been filed in accordance with the foregoing procedures. Common Property
shall remain such in perpetuity, subject only to the provisions of §3.06.
§3.02 Use of Common Property: Each Owner shall have a right and easement of use and
en'joyment in the Common Property in common with the other Owners. Such right and easement
shall be appurtenant to each Lot and shall not be transferable except as they shall automatically
transfer with the transfer of the ownership of the Lot. Each Resident shall have a non-transferable
privilege to use and enjoy the Common Property in common with the other Residents. For purposes
of this Article 3 only, the terms " Owner"and "Resident"shall also include the employees, guests,
invitees, and tenants of any Owner or Resident, if and to the extent the Association, in its absolute
discretion, so directs. All such rights, easements and privileges in this §3.02 set forth, however,shall
be subject to the further provisions of this deed and the right of the Association to promulgate and
adopt reasonable rules and regulations pertaining to the use of the Common Property, which in the
sole discretion of the Association will serve to promote the safety and convenience of the users of
the Common Property and will be in the interests of the Owners and Residents and Bryn Du Woods
as a whole, including, without limitation on the foregoing, making the Common Property available
foruse bychurches, school boards, other community and civic organizations, and the community at
large, with or without charge.
§3.03 Authority to Charge Admission and Other Fees: The Association shall have the
power and authority to charge Owners, Residents and other users of the Common Property, or any
one or more of the foregoing, reasonable admission, use, or other fees in connection with the use of
the Common Property. In establishing such admission and other fees, the Association may, in its
absolute discretion, establish reasonable classifications of Owners, Residents and of members of
the community at large. Such admissionand other fees mustbeuni form withineachsuchclass, but
need not be charged to all classes or be uniform from class to class.
§3.04 Authority to Borrow Funds:The Association shall have the power and authority to
borrow money for the purpose of improving the Common Property and, In aid thereof, to mortgage
the same, and the rights of any such mortgage shall be superior to the easements and privileges
herein granted and assured.
§3.05 Suspension of Right to Use Common Property: The Association shall have the
powerand authority to suspend the right of any Owner(and the privilege of each Resident claiming
through such Owner)of use of the Common Property for any period during which any fee or charges
payable by such Owner to the Association, or any installment thereof, remains overdue and unpaid
by such Owner, or in connection with the enforcement of any condition, covenant, restriction agreement imposed by this deed, of or any rules or regulations relating to the use of such facilities In
accordance with the provisions of this Article 3, or of any condition, covenant, restriction,
agreement, rule or regulation relating to the use of any portion of the Property,
§3.06 Authority to Convey Common Property: Notwithstanding the rights, easements
and privileges granted under this Article 3, the Association shall nevertheless have the power and
authority to convey or dedicate any property or an easement or right of way over any property
referred to in §3.01 hereof free and clear of all such rights, easements and privileges if such
conveyance or dedication is for a public purpose or to a public or private utility for the installation,
operation and maintenance of utility services. Any such conveyance or dedication for a purpose
other than the installation, operation and maintenance of utility services shall be made only if it is
authorized by the affirmative vote of members of the Association entitled to exercise not less than a
majority of the total voting power of the members present in person or presented by proxy at a
meeting (annual or special) called. for such purpose.
Article 4 - Administration and Approval Requirements
§4.01 Bryn Du Woods Design Standards: The Developer has established, will establish
and will hereafter maintain and preserve speci fic architectural guidelines and standards tocarry out
the intent of these Protective Covenants, which guidelines and standards from time to time in effect
with respect to all or any portion of the Property shall hereafter be referred to as the "Bryn Du Woods
Design Standards". In establishing the Bryn Du Woods Design Standards, the Developer has
Implemented and will implement design concepts which will provide for the combining of good
design with respect for the natural environment, the blending of buildings Into the landscape, the
establishment of consistent design and logical relationships to buildings, requiring the size, scale
or character of a building to be compatible with neighboring structures, disturbing a minimum of
existing grades and contours, utilizing as exterior building materials natural materials such as
wood, brick, stone and tile and utilizing as exterior colors earth tones (browns, tans, dusty greens,
warm grays and rusty reds)which will blend well with the trees, meadows and natural environment.
However, white is permitted.
§4.02 Developer's Actions:The Developer will exercise its best judgment to see that all
Improvements on the Property conform to Bryn Du Woods Design Standards as to external design,
quality and types of construction, materials, colors, setting, height, grade, finished ground
elevation, landscaping and tree removal. The actions of the Developer, through its approval or
disapproval of plans, specifications and other information submitted pursuant hereto, shall be
conclusive and binding on all interested parties.
§4.03 Requirement of Approval: No improvement, change, construction, addition,
excavation, landscaping, tree removal, or other work or action which in any way alters the exterior
appearance of any part of the Property from its natural or improved state shall be commenced or
continued until and unless plans and specifications for the same shall have been approved in
writing by the Developer. Approval shall be requested bysubmission to the Developer of such plans
and specifications, in duplicate, showing the following:
a) Existing and proposed land contours and grades;
b) All Buildings, and other Improvements, access drives, and other improved areas, and
the locations thereof on the site;
c) All landscaping, includingexisting and proposed treelocationsandplantingareas (and
specie thereof),mail boxes, and exterior ornamentation;
d) Plans for all floors, cross sections and elevations, including projections and wingwalls;
e) Exterior lighting plans;
f) Walls, fencing, and screening;
g) Patios, decks, pools, and porches;
h) Signs and parking areas;
i) Samples of All exterior material, including proposed colors, must be submitted to the
Developer, and
j) Such other information, data, and drawings as may be reasonably requested by the
Developer.
Specifications shall describe types of construction and exterior materials to be used,
including, without limitation, the colors and manufacturers thereof.
§ 4.04 Governmental Regulations: Each part of the Property is subject to all present and
future applicable laws, ordinances, rules, regulations and orders of the United States Government,
the State of Ohio, Licking County, the Village of Granville, and anyotherpolitical subdivision having
jurisdiction and any administrative agency of any of the foregoing. Nothing herein shall be
construed as permitting any action or condition prohibited by such applicable laws, ordinances,
rules, regulations and orders. In the event of any conflict between any such applicable laws,
ordinances, rules, regulations and orders of these Protective Covenants, the most restrictive
provisions of each shall govern and control.
§4.05 Basis of Approval: Approval shall be based, among other things, upon conformity
and harmony of the proposed Improvements with other Improvements in Bryn Du Woods; the effect
of the location and use of the proposed Improvements on neighboring property; and conformity of
the proposed Improvements to the purpose and general intent of the Bryn Du Woods Design
Standards and these Protective Covenants.
§4.06 Failure to Approve or Disapprove: If the Developer fails either to approve or
disapprove the plans and specifications for any proposed Improvements within thirty (30)days after
the same have been delivered to the Developer either personally or by certified mall, It shall be
presumed that the Developer has approved said plans and specifications.
§ 4.07 Liability Relating to Approvals: Neither the Grantor nor the Association norany of
their respective officers, directors, trustees, agents, employees, shareholders or members shall be
liable to anyone by reason of mistakes in judgment, negligence or nonfeasance arising out of or in
connection with the approval or disapproval or failure to approve plans and specifications. Each
person or entity who submits plans and specifications to the Developeragrees, by the submission of
such plans and specifications, that he or it will not bring any action or suit against the Grantor, the
Association or any of their respective officers, directors, trustees, agents, employees, shareholders
or members fordamages resulting from any such mistake in judgment, negligence or nonfeasance.
§4.08 Requirement of Completion; Notice of Completion; Non-Compliance or Non·
Completion:An Owner shall cause any Improvement in or to the Property to be diligently pursued to
completion within twelve months of the commencement of construction. Upon the completion of
any Improvement, the person or entity who completed the same may file with the Developer a notice
of completion and compliance which shall give rise to a concluslve presumption In favor of such
person or entity and any Owner of the part of the Property on which the Improvement is located and
any encumbrancer acting in good faith and for value that said Improvement is completed and in
compliance with all provisions of this Article 4 and the construction requirements of Article 5,
unless within thirty (30)days of said filing the Developer gives actual notice of non-compliance or
non-completion. Notice of non-compliance or non-completion will be considered to be delivered
when it is posted on or about the Improvement in question. In the event any Improvement in the
Property is, by virtue of this §4.08, conclusively presumed to be completed and in compliance with
all provisions of this Article 4 and the construction requirements of Article 5, such person or entity
and any such Owner and any such encumbrancer may at any time request In writing that the
Developer issue a certificate certifying that said Improvement is completed and in compliance with
all provisions of this Article 4 and the construction requirements of Article 5,which certificate shall
be issued by the Developer within fifteen (15)days of its receipt of written request therefor, and which certificate shall be conclusive evidence that said Improvement is completed and In
compliance with all provisions of this Article 4 and the construction requirements of Article 5.
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Article 5 · Land Use
§5.01 Restrictions as to Use of Lots and Size, Height and Location of Buildings:, Reserve
A of Bryn Du Woods (Phase I)shall be used only for storm water ponding and drainage and, for park
and recreational purposes. Lots Nos. Ninety-Nine (99)through One Hundred Fifty-Five (155),both
numbers inclusive, of said subdivision shall be used only for private residential purposes and
purposes incidental thereto, and no such lot shall be subdivided without the written consent of the
Developer endorsed on the instrument or plat effecting such subdivision. Not more than one
dwelling house for a single, private family and buildings and structures accessory thereto shall be
erected on any such lot.
Each one-story dwelling house shall have a minimum living floorarea of 2,500 square feet.
Each one and one-half-story dwelling house shall have a minimum living floor area on the main or
ground floor of 1, 500 square feet. Each two-story dwelling house shall have a minimum living floor
area on the main or ground floor of 1,300 square feet. Dwelling house shall have a minimum finished
living floor area of less than 2,500 square feet. In computing floor areas, basements; attics, garages,
garage spaces, porches and decks shall be excluded.
No Building may be constructed on the Property having a height greater than thirty-five (35)
feet measured from the finish grade of the Property at the main entrance of the Building tothe ridge
of the roof or to any other element of the Building (excluding chimneys, flues, and vents).
No Building, wall, fence or other structure shall be constructed, placed or maintained on
any Lot nearer to a perimeter boundary line of such Lot than the building setback line applicable
thbreto set forth on the recorded subdivision plat containing each Lot. No Building shall be
constructed, placed or maintained on any Lot nearer than ten (10)feet to any perimeter boundary line
of such Lot to which a platted building setback line is not applicable.
§5.02 Temporary Improvements: No temporary building or structures shall be permitted
on any Lot, provided, however, trailers, temporary buildings, barricades and the like shall be
permitted for construction purposes during the construction period of a permanent Building, if the
Developer shall have theretofore approved in writing the design, appearance, and location of the
same. All such trailers, temporary buildings, barricades and the like shall be removed not laterthan
fourteen (14)days afterthe date of completion of the Building(s)for which the same were permitted,
and shall be permitted on a Lot for no longer than a period of one (1) year, unless a variance is
granted by the Developer.
§5.03 Antennas: No antenna for transmission or reception of television signals or any
other form of electromagnetic radiation shall beerected, used ormaintained on the Property outside
any Building, whetherattached toan Improvementorotherwise, without thepriorwritten approval of
the Developer.
§5.04 Utility Service: No lines, wires or other devices for communication purposes,
including telephone, televisions, data and radio signals, or for transmission of electric current or
energy, shall be constructed, placed or maintained anywhere in or upon the Property unless the
same shall be in or by conduits or cables constructed, placed and maintained underground or
concealed in, under or on Buildings, or other approved Improvements; provided, above ground
electrical transformers and otherequipment may be permitted if properly screened and approved by
the Developer. In addition, all gas, water, sewer, oil and other pipes for gas or liquid transmission
shall also be placed underground or within or other Buildings. Nothing herein shall be deemed to
forbid the erection and use of temporary power or telephone services incident to the construction of
approved Improvements. All service entries and conduits shall be painted to blend with the Building
they serve. No window air-conditioners shall face any street or the Golf Course. All air-conditioning
condensers and other mechanical equipment shall be permanently screened from any street,
neighboring properties and the Golf Course.
§ 5.05 Site Placement:All Buildings and other Improvements shall be placed so that the
existing topographyand landscapeshall bedisturbed as littleas possible, andsothatthemaximum
number of desirable trees and other natural features will be preserved. Trees in natural areas shall
be protected by a temporary fence during construction. Retaining walls, mounding, and stepping of
slopes shall be utilized as much as possible to keep the natural appearance of the site. Graded
portions of Lots outside the building area shall be kept at existing grade or shaped not to exceed a
four to one slope. Storm water from Buildings and pavement shall be carried away by pipe or swale
to the nearest storm sewer or natural waterway.
§5.06 Parking, Loading and Unloading Areas: Adequate off-street parking must be
provided for all residential units. Specifically, each single-family dwelling house must have at least
a two-car covered and enclosed garage, plus additional off-street parking for at least two cars, As
used herein, c"ar"shall mean a full-sized automobile, as opposed to a compact or subcompact
automobile.
§5.07 Service Screening, Storage Areas: Garbage and refuse shall be placed in
containers, which shall be concealed and contained within Buildings, or shall be concealed by
means of a screening wall of materials similar to and compatible with that of the Building or
Buildings on the Lot, orshall be concealed by sufficient landscaping to provide a permanentscreen
at all times of the year. These elements shall be integrated with the Building plan, be designed so as
not to attract attention, and shall be located in such an inconspicuous manner as is reasonably
possible. Unless specifically approved by the Developer in writing, no materials, supplies or
equipmentshall be stored on the Prbperty except insideaclosed Building, orbehind a visual barrier
screening the storage areas so that they are not visible from neighboring streets or properties. Metal
storage sheds and other prefabricated out-buildings are not permitted.
§5.08 Streets, Drives, Curbs and Walks: Streets, drives, curbs and walks shall be
constructed or altered only In accordance with plans and specifications submitted and approved in
writing by the Developer. All drives and parking areas shall be paved. No gravel or stone drives or
parking areas shall be permitted. No drive or parking area shall be constructed or maintained on any
Lot nearer than five feet to any perimeter boundary line that is not coincident with a street right-ofway
line.
§ 5.09 Storage Tanks: No storage tanks, including, but not limited to, those used for
storage of water, gasoline, oil, other liquids orany gas, shall be permitted on the Property outside a
Building except as approved by the Developer.
§5.10 Building Exteriors: All windows, porches, balconies and the exteriors of Buildings
shall atall times be maintained inaneat and orderlymanner. Noclotheslines or other outside drying
or airing facilities shall be permitted. Finish building materials shall be applied to all sides of the
exteriors of Buildings. Exteriorcolors shall be harmonious and compatible withcolors of the natural
surroundings and other adjacent Buildings. However, white is permitted. Roofs shall have a
minimum pitch of six/twelve. Roof coverings shall be of approved twenty-five year asphalt shingles,
wood, metal, slate or tile. White roofs are prohibited. Gutters (except copper),fascias and rake
boards shall be stained or painted to blend with the roof. Downspouts (except copper)shall be
painted to blend with the Building's exterior colors. Roof ends, fans, vents and flashing (except
copper)shall be painted to match the roof. All sides of a building shall be detailed and finished in a
similar fashion and no more than three materials shall converge at any point on a Building. If a
material is not used on the front of the building in a significant quantity, ( as determined by the
developer)then It cannot be used on the other sides of the building. All window frames shall be of
wood or wood clad and all four sides the same. Awnings shall not be used unless they are cloth type
and blend with the Building's exterior colors. Aluminum storm and screen doors may be used only if
their finish blends with the Building's exterior colors. Aluminum and vinyl siding are prohibited.
Garage doors shall blend with the Building of which they are a part, of one color and be of wood or
wood-based material. Artificial stone may not be used except on chimneys. All chimneys must be
faced on the outside with stone, artificial stone, thin brick or brick. Stucco must blend with natural
earth colors and shall not be applied to more than forty percent 4( 0%of )the exterior surface of the
structure. Above ground portable pools shall not be installed. Inground swimming pools shall be
visually screened from all foursides of the Lot and the location shall be approved by the Developer.
Basketball bankboards shall not face any street and shall be screened or painted to match the
Building's exterior colors. All outdoor lighting shall be positioned so as not to disturb neighboring
property owners. Open-bulbed lanterns with directglare may not be used. The Developer will specify
a standard design mall box, and no other visible mail box shall be placed or maintained on the Property.
§5.11 Outdoor Activities: Outdoor hobbies or activities tnat tend to detract from the
aesthetic character of the Property, and Improvements used in connection with such hobbies or
activities, shall not be permitted unless carried out orconducted as directed by the Developer.This
paragraph has reference to, but is not limited to, such activities as automotive and boat repair and
sporting activities involving equipment placed on the property.
§5.12 Fences: Fences shall be built from stone, wood, brick or plantings and shall range
in height from a minimum of two feet (2')to a maximum of six feet (6'). Except for fences existing at
the time of the execution of this deed along perimeter boundary lines of the Property which divide
the Property from other real property, no chain link or wire fencing shall be constructed, placed or
maintained anywhere in or on any part of the Property which is visible from any surrounding part or
parts of the Property except property abutting the Property.
§5.13 Signs: No signs whatsoever (including, but not limited to, commercial, political
and similar signs)shall be erected or maintained on the Property except:
a) Such signs as may be required by law;
b) One sign at any one time carrying the legend "For Sale"or "For Lease";
c) Political signs may be displayed for a period of time as per Granville Village code.
d) Signs supporting student school activities may be displayed with specific permission
by the Board of Trustees of the Bryn Du Woods Association, Inc.
N6 sign shall have an area greater than three square feet.
§5.14 Landscaping: Each part of the Property which shall have been altered from Its
natural state existing at the time of the execution of this deed shall be landscaped according to
plans approved by the Developer. All shrubs, trees, grass and plantings of every kind shall be kept
well-maintained, properly cultivated and free of trash and other unsightly materials. Landscaping
shall be installed no later than one hundred eighty (180)days following occupancy of or completion
of the construction of any Building, whichever occurs first.
§5.15 Condition of the Property and Nuisances: Each part of the Property and all
Buildings, structures, appurtenances, screening, fences, parking areas, driveways, walks,
landscaping and other Improvements of whatever nature thereon shall be maintained at all times in
a safe, clean and wholesome manner and in first class condition and repair, replacements being
made if necessary. No rubbish or debris of any kind shall be placed or permitted to accumulate
upon, and no odors shall be permitted to arise or be emltted from, any part of the Property so as to
render such part unsanitary or unsightly, offensive or detrimental to any other part of the Property or
the occupants thereof. No exterior lights, the principal beam of which shines upon portions of the
Property other than the Lot upon which they are located, or which otherwise cause unreasonable
interference with the use and enjoyment of any other part of the Property by the occupants thereof,
and no speakers, horns, whistles, bells or other sound devices, shall be located, used or placed on
the Property, except security devices used exclusively for security purposes which are activated
only in emergency situations or for testing thereof. During construction, each Owner of his or its
contractors shall at all times be responsible for keeping his or its Lot and adjoining premises free
from the accumulation of waste materials and rubbish, and shall keep streets and driveways clear of
mud caused by the construction operations. If any Lot is not being maintained as required,
Developer may give its Owner written notice of such fact, and if the Owner fails to comply with this
provision within fifteen (15)days after such written notice (or within a longer period of time If the
required work cannot reasonably be completed within fifteen (15)days and If the required work Is
commenced within said fifteen (15)day period and thereafter is continued with due diligence and
dispatch),Developer shall have the right to enter upon the Lot and perform the required
maintenance or repairs at the expense of the Owner. Developershall give written notice of the cost
of such maintenance or repairs to the Owner and such cost shall be reimbursed by the Owner to the
Developer within ten (10)days after the date of such notice.
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§5.16 Right of Entry: Developer and its representatives shall have the right, during
reasonable hours, to enter upon and inspect any part of the Property and any Building, whether prior
to, during, or after the completion of the construction of any Improvement or Building, for purposes
of determining whether or not the provisions of these Prot&ctive Covenants are being complied with
and exercising all rights and powers conferred upon the Developer with respect to the enforcement
or correction or remedy of any failure of an Owner to observe these Protective Covenants, and the
Developer and Its representatives shall not be deemed to have committed a trespass as a result
thereof. Notwithstanding the foregoing, an occupied Building may not be entered.
§5.17 Mineral Exploration: The Property shall not be used in any manner to explore for,
use or exploit commercially any water, oil or other hydrocarbons, minerals of any kind, gravel, earth,
soil, or any other substance located in or under the ground.
§5.18 Machinery and Equipment: No commercial machinery or equipment of any kind
shall be placed, operated or maintained upon the Property except such machinery or equipment
reasonably necessary for use in connection with maintenance or construction of Improvements as
approved by the Developer.
§5.19 Vehicles, Trailers, Boats, Commercial Vehicles, or Motor Homes: No automobile
or motor driveh vehicle may be left upon the Property for a period longer than five (5)days in a
condition such that it is incapable of being operated upon the public highways. Aftersuch time, the
vehicle shall be considered as a nuisance and detrimental to the welfare of the neighborhood and
must be removed from the Property. No towed vehicle, boat, motor home or mobile home shall be
left or kept on any part of the Property for a period longer than twenty-four (24)hours, and after the
expiration of twenty-four (24)hours any such towed vehicle, boat, motor home or mobile home shall
be considered a nuisance and detrimental to the welfare of the neighborhood and must be removed
from the Property. The foregoing, however, does not apply to such boats or other vehicles, whether
motor-driven or towed, as are stored wholly within a Building. No commercial vehicles may be
parked, stored or temporarily kept on the Property, except when stored wholly within Buildings, or
except when there temporarily to service existing Improvements or to be used In connection with the
construction of Improvements on the Property.
§5.20 Animals: No animals, birds, insects, livestock or poultry of any kind shall be
raised, bred, or kept on the Property except dogs, cats and other household pets which are kept for
domestic purposes only, and are not kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purpose. No more
than two dogs and two cats may be kept on any Lot or in any Building or combination of Buildings on
any Lot except when such dogs or cats in excess of such numbers are less than three months of
age.
§5.21 Removal of Trees: In order that the natural beauty of the Property may be
preserved, no living tree having a caliper measurement or diameter of six (6)inches or more shall be
destroyed or removed from the Property unless approved by the Developer in connection with its
approval of the plans and specifications for the construction of Improvements on the Property or
otherwise with the prior express written consent of the Developer. In the event of a violation of this
paragraph, the Developer, and its representatives, may, at its option, cause any tree so removed or
destroyed to be replaced with another tree, and the Owner of the part of the Property from or on
which the tree was removed or destroyed shall reimburse the Developer forall expenses incurred by
it; provided, however, that with respect to the replacement of a tree there shall be no obligation of
reimbursement in any amount in excess of the expenses which would be incurred if the destroyed or
removed tree were replaced with a tree similar in type and size.
§5.22 Dralnage and Grading: No drainage ditches, cuts, swales, streams,
impoundments, ponds, or lakes; no mounds, knobs, dams, or hills; and no other physical
improvements or elements of the landscape or terrain which control or determine the location of
flow of surface water and drainage patterns may be destroyed, altered or modified by, or at the
direction or with the consent of any Owner, without the prior written consent of the Developer.In the
eventof any destruction, alteration ormodification made oroccurring withoutsuch priorconsentof
the Developer, the Developer and its representatives, shall have the right to enter upon the Property and any Lot to remedy or repair any such destruction, alteration, modification, or improvement
without being guilty of trespass and without liability to any Owner with respect to the same or the
consequences thereof. Whenever, because of construction of Improvements on a part of the
Property or for some other reason, silt would run off of a part of the Property on to any adjacent
property, the Owner of such part shall be obligated to provide a means of siltation control to prevent
silt from running off such part on to such adjacent propetty.
Article 6 - Enforcement
§6.01 Interpretation: In case of uncertainty as to the meaning of an article, paragraph,
sentence, clause, phrase or word in these Protective Covenants, the interpretation of the Developer
shall be final and conclusive upon all interested parties.
§6.02 Abatement and Suit: Violation or breach of any of these Protective Covenants
shall give to the Grantor and the Association the joint and several right to enter the part of the
Property involved and abate and remove the same, and the Grantor and/or the Association, as the
case may be, shall be entitled to be reimbursed for its expenses incurred in abating or removing
such violation or breach by the Owner of the part of the Property involved. Violation or breach of any
of these Protective Covenants shall also give to the Grantor and the Association the joint and
several right to proceed at law or in equity against the Owner of the part of the Property involved or
any person or persons who have violated or breached or are attempting to violate or breach these
Protective Covenants for injunctive relief or to recover damages. In any such legal or equitable
proceeding, the unsuccessful party or parties shall pay the attorneys' fees of the prevailing party or
parties in such amount as may be fixed by the court. All remedies provided for herein orat law or in
equity shall be cumulative and not exclusive.
§6.03 Failure to Enforce Not a Waiver of Rights: With the exception of a time limit for
action by the Developer contained in Article 4 above, failure of the Grantor, the Association, or any
Owner, to enforce any of these Protective Covenants shall in no way be deemed a waiver of the right
to do so thereafter or the right to enforce any other of these Protective Covenants.
§6.04 Personal Obligation and Lien for Payments:Any amount which, pursuant to these
Protective Covenants, an Owner is required to pay to the Grantor or the Association or for which an
Owner is required to reimburse the Grantororthe Association shall become due and payable tothe
Grantor or the Association immediately upon the receipt by such Owner of a statement therefor from
theentityentitled to paymentor reimbursement, shall bearinterest atthe highest lawful rate afterit
becomes due, shall constitute a personal obligation of such Owner and, in addition, shall be a
charge upon the part or parts of the Property owned by him, and the entity entitled to such payment
or reimbursement shall have a lien on such part or parts of the Property to secure payment or
reimbursement, subject only to the lien of public authority for taxes and assessments and the lien of
any first mortgage. The Grantor or the Association shall furnish to any Owner upon the request of
such Ownerand upon the payment of the expenses of the Grantor or the Association in connection
therewith such certificates of payment or nonpayment regarding payments or reimbursement to
which the Grantor or the Association Is entitled from such Owner or any predecessor In title
pursuant to these Protective Covenants, which certificates shall be signed by an officer of the entity
furnishing the sameand shall be in accordance with the facts. Suchcertificatesshall be conclusive
evidence of the facts recited therein, and all persons dealing with any part of the Property or any
interest therein may rely and act upon the same.
§6.05 Liability Relating to Enforcement: Neither the Grantor northe Association norany
of their respective officers, directors, trustees, agents, employees, shareholders or members shall
be liable to anyone by reason of mistake in judgment, negligence or nonfeasance arising out of any
act oractions to en force or any failure to enforce these Protective Covenants. Each person orentity
who accepts a conveyance of all or any part of the Property agrees, by acceptance of such
conveyance, that he or it will not bring any action orsuit against the Developer, the Association, or
any of their respective officers, directors, trustees, agents, employees, shareholders ormembers for
damages resulting from any such mistake in judgment, negligence or nonfeasance.
Article 7 - Additions to the Property
Upon the execution and delivery by the Grantor of a deed subjecting the real property
described in said deed to these Protective Covenants and the filing of said deed with the Recorderof
the appropriate county or counties, the real property described therein shall thereupon be and
become a part of the Property and subject to all of the conditions, covenants, restrictions and
agreements set forth in these Protective Covenants.
Article 8 · Period of Duration
These Protective Covenants, as the same maybeamended, modi fied, changed oradded to
as provided in Article 15, and the charges and liens provided for herein, shall be deemed to run with
the land; shall continue in full force and effect for a period of thirty-five (35)years from the date
hereof; and shall be automatically reinstated for a like period unless written objection is theretofore
declared and filed by the Association and the Owners of a majority of the Lots comprising the
Property with the Recorder of Licking County, Ohio.
Article 9 - Constructive Notice and Acceptance
Every person who now or hereafter owns or acquires any rights, title or estate in any part of
the Property is and shall be conclusively deemed to have consented and agreed to every covenant,
condition and restriction contained herein whetheror not a reference to these Protective Covenants
is contained in the instrument by which such person acquired an interest in said part of the Property.
Article 10 - Easements
Grantee and Grantee's successors and assigns as Owners hereby agree to grant utility
easements to the Grantor or to the Association for the purpose of constructing utility lines over or
through the Property. The Grantor or the Association, as the case may be, shall present to each
Owner whose part of the Property is affected a survey of any proposed easement which shall be
subject to such Owner's approval, but which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. Subject to
the aforesaid approval, each Owner agrees to execute all appropriate papers and documents to
accomplish the foregoing. If the exercise of any of the rights granted by any such easement results
in the damage, destruction or disturbance of any part of the Property, the person or entity exercising
such rights shall, at his or its sole expense, repair or restore the part of the Property damaged,
destroyed or disturbed to its condition immediately prior to such damage, destruction or
disturbance.
Article 11 · Rights of Mortgagee
All provisions of these Protective Covenants, including the provisions hereof respecting
liens and charges against the Property, shall be deemed subject and subordinate to the lien of all
recorded first mortgages and deeds on or for any part, parts or all of the Property securing a debt,
now or hereafter executed, and none of these Protective Covenants shall supersede or in any way
reduce the security or affect the validity of such lien or mortgage or deed to secure such debt;
provided, however, that if any part of said Property is sold or conveyed under a foreclosure or other
enforcement of any mortgage or under the provisions of any deed to secure debt, any grantee or
purchaser at such sale, and his heirs, personal representatives, successors and assigns, shall hold
any and all property so conveyed or purchased, subject to these Protective Covenants.
Article 12 · Mutuality
All restrictions, conditions and covenants contained herein are made for the direct mutual
and reciprocal benefit of the Grantor, the Association, and the Grantee and their respective
successors and assigns; these Protective Covenants shall create mutual equitable servitudes upon
each part of the Property In favor of each other part of the Property; these Protective Covenants shall
create reciprocal rights and obligations between the respective Owners of all parts of the Property
ar -'i ri·,it'y of contract and estate between all such Owners; and these Protective Covenants shall,
as to the Owner of any part of such Property, his heirs, personal representatives, successors and
assigns, operate as covenants running with the land for the benefit of all parts of the Property and
the Owners thereof.
Article 13 - Paragraph Headings
The paragraph headings are Intended for convenience only and are not intended to be a
part of these Protective Covenants in any way to define, limit or describe the scope or intent of the
particular paragraph to which they refer.
Article 14 · Effect of Invalidation
If any provision of these Protective Covenants is held to be invalid by any court of
competent jurisdiction, the invalidity of such provisions shall not affect the validity of the remaining
provisions hereof.
Article 15 - Amendments, Modifications, Changes or Additions
Amendments, modifications, changes or additions to these Protective Covenants may be
made from time to time by an instrument in writing setting forth the amendments, modifications,
changes and/or additions effected thereby which is executed by the Developer and by the owners of
not less than a majority of the Lots constituting part of the Property in the manner provided by law
for the execution of deeds and the filing for record of such instrument with the Recorder of Licking
County, Ohio.

Ordinance 19-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 19-94
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BY: f A *fl)An Q QAN
ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 1189 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE, OHIO ESTABLISHING SIGN·
REGULATIONS AND TO REPEAL EXISTING CHAPTER 1189 OF SAID
CODIFIED ORDINANCES.
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.
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
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:
a) Protect the general health, safety, and welfare;
b) Provide for attractive and orderly appearance;
c) 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 rCeofemrmtoissSioenction 1161.05(i)for additional guidance on criteria used by the Planning in evaluating sign applications.
1189.02 DEFINITIONS.
a) S"ign"means a name, number, symbol, identification, description, display oinrdiirlelucstltyration which is affixed to, painted or represented, directly or attention upon a building, structure, parcel or lot, and which directs to any object, product, place, activity, person, institution, organization or business. This definition includes backl-ighted panels or strip lighting affixed to any wall or roof where any such panels or lighting serve to identify a business ando/r attract attention rather than illuminate space for human activity. Any outdoor displays ando/r outdoor storage which are intended to attract attention to any object, product, place,
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activity, person, institution, organization or business is considered a sign
and regulated by this chapter. The word "sign(s)"as used herein means
sign(s)visible from adjacent properties or streets. A sign that is placed
inside a building which is not intended primarily for observation from
outside shall be excluded from these regulations.
Building face"means that portion of the exterior building wall(s)facing
the street right(s)of way.
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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Permit. A permit issued by the Village Manager or 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's proposed size and
location 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) Such application and accompanying materials as required in
Section 1189.03(a) and (b),shall be submitted to the Village
Manager or 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 decision of the Planning Commission a 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 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 or designee shall notify the owner of the sign of the violations and of actions required for compliance. Failure to comply within thirty days, unless otherwise extended by the
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Village Manager or 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 and/or commencement of proceedings to cause removal of the
sign at the owner's expense.
1189.04 EXEMPTIONS; LIMITATIONS.
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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:
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 are limited to 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).Such 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 parking, to offs-treet 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 (15)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.
k) 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,
Corharepltoecrated. Such sign shall be deemed a nonconforming use under 1149 of this Zoning Ordinance. Repair and repainting of signs is
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permitted provided the existing design is reproduced. Any change in
design shall require that the sign be brought into compliance with the
terms of this ordinance.
1189.05 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.
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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 non-conforming 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.
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 as governed by Sections 1189.07(a)and 1189.07(b).
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 f(olded);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
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duration. Such approval shall govern materials, size, location,
color, and all other elements of the sign and its installation.
Sian Heiaht. 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 (13) 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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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.
Proiectina Signs. 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 more
than two (2)projecting signs are permitted per structure.
Roof Signs. 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.
Single- family Subdivision Identification Signs. One sign indicating the project entrance( per entrance s)to a single-family 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 1( 2)square feet, and a minimum setback of eight 8( )feet from public right(s)o-fw- ay.
Sandwich Board Sians. 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.
Awnina 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.
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k) Allowable Number of Siqns and Allowable Sign 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
may not exceed twenty four (24)square feet.
It is recognized that in certain built-up areas of the Village Districts, street
rights-of-way are subject to question, and that private structures may be
in the right-of-way. Therefore, in the following areas, the Planning
Commission may vary sign regulations regarding location relative to
rights-of-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.
All temporary signs shall conform to all requirements of otherwise permanent signs unless 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 Signs. 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 multif-amily 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 1( 6)square feet, a maximum height of ten (10)feet, and be a minimum of fifteen 1( 5) feet from established right(s)o-fw-ay.
Contractor Signs. 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 1( 6)square feet in sign faereetaf,robme neostmabolrieshtehdan ten 1( 0)feet high, and be a minimum of fifteen 1( 5) 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.
a)
b)
C)
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.
rSeigqnuairegde is permitted only as part of a comprehensive landscaping plan as under section 1176.04(d).
1189.09 ABANDONED SIGNS
a) Aowsnigenr'sshcoalslt:be considered to be abandoned and shall be removed at the
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1) when the sign is associated with a use abandoned more than
ninety (90)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 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 (10)days to Council using the procedure
of Section 1189.03(a)( 3).
Section 11:
Section 111:
Passed this
Existing Chapter 1189 of the Codified Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, is
hereby repealed.
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
Ast:
Clerk of Council
Approved-psbE*Brm:
Law bctor
day of A5<s,l- 1994.
VMayor
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Ordinance 18-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 18-94
BY: 121<tt-#
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 AND
DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
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-6-8-230
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 hereby made in the General Fund: are
Account
Contractual Services -
Street Painting
Add
22,000
This Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure
necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, safety,
health, morals and welfare, and for the further reason that the need for expediting street painting to promote highway safety is necessary, provided this ordinance receives the affirmative vote of five members
elected or appointed to Council, it shall take effect and be in full force and effect immediately upon passage.
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3@k of Council
Approv51a- stF«brm: 1
Lawrector
day of JO ly
Mayor
1994.

Ordinance 17-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 17-94
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BY: lfa rsha,U
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.
F2-1-A250
F2-5-G250
Section Ill:
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 Equipment Reserve Fund
during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1994, the following
appropriations are hereby made in the Equipment Reserve Fund:
Account
Capital Outlay -
Radio Repeater
Capital Outlay -
Pick-up Truck
Add
3,600
10,000
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
aO
Attest:
ClCerkUofLC-oL-uncXil . 9 5*6.J
Approvedzskaform
RjL' r7
Lal,Firector
day of Jolq
Mayor
1994.

Ordinance 16-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 16-94
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BY:
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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 and;
WHEREAS, the Village Council of Granville, Ohio negotiated in good faith and
having arrived at a compromise with the Board of Licking County Commissioners regarding
settlement of the claims asserted by Licking Memorial Hospital in Lickinq Memorial Hospital
vs. Lickinq County, Ohio, et al.,Case No. 93-CV-484-JRS (Licking County Common Pleas
Court, 1993)to which the Village of Granville is a party, and;
WHEREAS, the compromise reached with the Board of Licking County
Commissioners requires the Village of Granville to contribute one-half of the funds
necessary to resolve the claims of Licking Memorial Hospital in this litigation, and;
WHEREAS, it has been determined by the Village Council of Granville, Ohio to be in
the best interest of the Village to settle the claims of Licking Memorial Hospital in this
litigation.
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
fiscal year ending December 31, 1994, the following appropriations are hereby made in the General Fund:
Account No.
Al -1-A-230
Section 111:
Passed this
Account
Contractual Services -
Litigation
Add
7,000
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
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Attest:
CU.6jknU. eull) Clerk of Council
Approvecls- <orm:*
Lawirector
day of JuIV
Ai
Mayor
1994.

Ordinance 15-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 15-94
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By: L.ig-a
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-250
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 appropriation is
hereby made in the General Fund:
Account
Capital Outlay -Repaving of West
Maple and Burg Streets, Westgate
Drive and Samson Place
South Main Street Plan Upgrade
Add
60,000
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
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Attes*
64nt7 »M„ u_,>
Clerk of Council i
ApprovertagtF' orm:
j<t« L '/*·
Law Difector
day of
4.
JoAu
Mayor
1994.
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Ordinance 14-1994

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BY: 71-rnoy
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO
14-95
ORDINANCE NO.
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 t(he "Revenuesa"n);d
WHEREAS, notes heretofore issued in anticipation of such bonds are about to mature and should be renewed in the amount of $1, 100,000;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of Granville, Ohio hereinafter called the "Municipality"):
SECTION 1. That it is necessary to issue bonds of the Municipality in the principal amount of 1$,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 November 1, 1995, shall bear interest at the rate of approximately nine per cent 9%pe)r 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 soaitdebso"inn)dsth.e principal amount of $1,100,000 shall be issued in anticipation of the issuance
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SECTION 3. That the Notes shall be dated May 25, 1995, shall bear interest
at the rate of Fur pd,nt - f,46 61, per cent
c 4.54 %per)annum, payable at maturity, shall mature on November 21, 1995, and
shall be of such number and denominations of $100,000 or more as may be requested by the
purchaser.
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, First 1(995)Renewal"a,nd 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 levied
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 tax shall be placed before and in preference to all other items and for the full amount thereof.
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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.
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 taxe-xempt 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.
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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
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: May 17, 1995.
Attest: l_A2lk«A.rK)6163 Clerk of Coundil
J AK.
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The unfiegrn#ed hereby certifies that the foregoing is a true and correct copy
of Ordinance No. 4 / -43 .
CERTIFICATE
Clerk of Council
The undersigned hereby certifies that a copy of the foregoing ordinance was
certified this day to the County Auditor of Licking County, Ohio.
Dated: May 1995
RECEIPT
Director of Finance
The undersigned hereby acknowledges receipt of a certified copy of the
foregoing ordinance.
Licking County, Ohio
Dated: May *11 , 1995 .
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Ordinance 13-1994

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BY: Pfa, GAl-Le
ORDINANCE NO. 13-94
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1161. 01 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO:
Section I: That existing Section 1161. 01 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of
Granville, Ohio be and hereby is amended to read as follows:
1161.01 PURPOSE AND BOUNDARIES.
The Village of Granville was first settled in 1805. Buildings in the
community reflect the architectural styles of every period from the early
nineteenth century to the present. These buildings demonstrate the
Village's ties to the past. The Village District itself has become a source of
pride, enjoyment and prosperity to the residents of the entire area. It
attracts many visitors each year. In the interest of promoting and
protecting the public health, safety, general welfare and prosperity, there
is hereby established the Architectural Review Overlay District which shall
have the boundaries as shown on the Official Zoning Map and as
amended in Ordinance 12-94. The District may be expanded by
amendment to this Chapter.
Section 11: That existing Section 1161. 01 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of
Granville is hereby repealed.
Section 111: This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest
Passed this
date allowed by law.
IS.1-
Attest:
CGlerkA.L 34. rriJ.QLL D_ of Council
Approved as to form:
a11 1 -- 164,%2 / r ;#*/
Lav9airector
day of
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Joni-
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Mayor
1994.
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Ordinance 12-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 12-94
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BY:
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GRANVILLE ZONING ORDINANCE
AND THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP THERETO, BY AMENDING THE
BOUNDARIES OF THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW OVERLAY
DISTRICT (AROD)AS SHOWN ON THE ACCOMPANYING MAP.
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission recommended expansion of the
boundaries of the Architectural Review Overlay District (AROD)on March 21, 1994,
and the Village Council conducted its public hearing on that recommendation June 1,
1994, in accordance with the requirements of Section 1143.04 (F)through (H),of the
Granville Codified Ordinances, and;
WHEREAS, this Council, by a vote of a majority of the full membership thereof,
approved the Planning Commission's recommendation,
NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Ordained By The Council of Granville, Ohio:
Section I: That the Granville Planning Commission's recommendation to expand the
boundaries of the Architectural Review Overlay District (AROD)as shown
on the accompanying map be and is hereby adopted by a majority vote of
the full membership of Council.
Section 11: That the Granville Codified Ordinances, and Official Zoning Map attached
thereto are hereby amended insofar as the same relates to the attached
and is marked Exhibit "A".
Section 111: That this ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this
Attest:
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La-ra-A rr)LuuD Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form: 1 0907,1 t'44.4 o r / UJue'sJ.
day of c Jun6
Mayor
1994.
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Ordinance 11-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 11-94
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BY:
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AN ORDINANCE TO ADD SECTION 125. 11 (6 (3)TO THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE TO PROVIDE MEANS
FOR SALE OR DISPOSITION OF LOW VALUE SURPLUS OR
FORFEITED PROPERTY.
WHEREAS, Section 125.11 of the Codified Ordinances provides means for
disposal of surplus municipal property of some value, and;
WHEREAS, some property acquired by the municipality under circumstances of
forfeiture or abandonment may have negligible value costing more to advertise or
auction than the property itself is worth;
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,
State of Ohio, that:
Section I: For items determined to have a fair market value of less than $ 250.00, by
disposition by the Manager under such terms and conditions as the
Manager determines to be appropriate after consultation with and the
concurrence of Council.
Section 11: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
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Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
Lawpirector
day of L UnG
Mayor
1994.

Ordinance 10-1994

CS-2 Rev. 4/9/92
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Granville Bypass
State Route No. 016
BY: jr3«
ORDINANCE NO. 10-94
LIC-016-014.26
PID: 14087
April 6, 1994
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE ENACTED BY THE VILLAGE OF
GRANVILLE, LICKING COUNTY, OHIO IN THE MATTER OF THE
HEREIN AFTER DESCRIBED IMPROVEMENT, AND TO REQUEST
COOPERATION BY THE DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION.
WHEREAS, the Village has identified the need for and proposes the
improvement of a portion of the public highway which is described as follows:
Beginning at a point, that point being the intersection of the west corporation
limit for the Village of Granville and State Route 016, thence traversing easterly
along State Route 016 to a point, that point being 0.26 mile westerly of the east
corporation limit for the Village of Granville, and there terminate.
Work to include planing, resurfacing and other miscellaneous construction items.
WHEREAS, the Village further desires cooperation from the Director of
Transportation in the planning, design and construction of said improvement.
Ohio:
Section I:
Cooperation)
Section 11:
Consent)
NOW THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,
Section 111:
Authority to Sign)
Section IV:
Maintenance
and Parking)
That Granville Village hereby requests the cooperation of the Director of
Transportation, in the cost of the above described improvement as
follows:
That the consent of the Village be and such consent is hereby
given to the Director of Transportation to proceed with the above
improvement in accordance with plans, specifications, and
estimates as approved by the Director, at no cost to the Village.
That it is declared to be in the public interest that the consent of said
Village be and such consent is hereby given to the Director of
Transportation to construct the above described improvement, in
accordance with plans, specifications and estimates as approved by the
Director.
That the Granville Village Manager is hereby authorized to enter into
maintenance and parking agreements and special contractual obligations.
That upon completion of said improvement, Granville Village will
thereafter keep said highway open to traffic at all times, and
a) Maintain the improvement in accordance with the provisions of the
statutes relating thereto and make ample financial and other provisions
for such maintenance; and
b)Maintain the righto- fw- ay and keep it free of obstructions in a manner satisfactory to the State of Ohio and hold said right-of way inviolate for
public highway purposes and permit no signs, posters, billboards,
roadside stands or other private installations within the right-of-way limits; and
c)Place and maintain all traffic control devices conforming to the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices on the improvement in
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compliance with the provisions of Section 4511. 11 and related sections of
the Ohio Revised Code.
d) Regulate in the following manner:
Prohibit parking in accordance with Section 4511. 66 of the Ohio
Revised Code, unless otherwise controlled by local ordinance or
restriction.
Section V: (a) That all existing street and public way right-of-way within the Village
Right- of-way, which is necessary for the aforesaid improvement, shall be made
Utility available therefor.
Rearrangement
and Damage and (b) That the State will acquire any additional right-of-way required for the
Liability construction of the aforesaid improvement.
Responsibilities)
c) That arrangements have been or will be made with and agreements
obtained from all public utility companies whose lines or structures will be
affected by the said improvement and said companies have agreed to
make any and all necessary plant removals or rearrangements in such a
manner as to be clear of any construction called for by the plans of said
improvement and said companies have agreed to make such necessary
rearrangements immediately after notification by Granville Village or the
Department of Transportation.
d) That it is hereby agreed that the Village shall at its own expense,
make all rearrangements of water mains, service lines, fire hydrants,
valve boxes, sanitary sewers or other municipally owned utilities and/ or
any appurtenances thereto, which do not comply with the provisions of
Directive H-P-508.
e) That the construction, reconstruction, and/ or rearrangement of both
publicly and privately owned utilities, referred to in subsections (c)and (d)
above, shall be done in such a manner as not to interfere unduly with the
operation of the contractor constructing the improvement and all
backfilling of trenches made necessary by such utility rearrangements
shall be performed in accordance with the provisions of the Ohio
Department of Transportation Construction and Material Specifications
and shall be subject to approval by the State.
f)That the installation of all utility facilities on the right-of-way shall
conform with the requirements of the Federal Highway Administration
Policy and Procedure Memorandum 30-4 "Utility Relocations and
Adjustments"and the Department of Transportation's rules on Utility Accommodation.
g) That the Village hereby agrees to accept responsibility for any and all
damages of claims for which it is legally liable arising from the negligence
of its officers, employees or agents in the performance of the Village' obligations made of agreed s to in Sections a( ),b (),c (),d (),e ()a, nd f() hereinabove. Likewise, the State agrees to accept responsibility for any and all damages or claims for which it is legally liable arising from the negligence of its officers, employees or agents in the performance of the State's obligations made or agreed to in Sections a( ),b (),c (),d (),e ()a,nd f)hereinabove.
Section VI: This Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, safety, health, morals and welfare, and for the further reason that the need for expediting highway improvements to promote highway safety is
necessary, provided this ordinance receives the affirmative vote of five members elected or appointed to Council, it shall take effect and be in full
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Passed this
force immediately upon its passage; otherwise, on the earliest date
permitted by the Charter of this Village.
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Attep;:
CleCrk oUf CLoLunc1il .Wli-
Approve£1-asj< Brm:
CMER1 ]4;---
Law Dfrector
1
STATE OF OHIO
Village of Granville SS
County Licking
day of
Mayor
CERTIFICATE OF COPY
1994.
1, Carie Miller, as Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio, do hereby certify that
that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of ordinance adopted by the legislative Authority ,
of the Village of Granville on the GUn day of Aigrd 1994, that the
publication of such ordinance has been made and certified of record according to law; that no
proceedings looking to a referendum upon such ordinance have been taken; and that such
ordinance and certificate of publication thereof are of record as Ordinance No. 10-94.
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Clerk of CLouLncidl .llit*3
Village of Granville, Ohio.
The aforegoing is accepted as a basis for proceeding with the improvement herein described.
Attest: For the Vill e of GranviA Ohio.
CoFa*l Officer f<
47194
Date / /
Attest:
For the State of Ohio
Director, Ohio Department of Transportation
Date
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Ordinance 09-1994

1
BY: LaKh,all
ORDINANCE NO. 09-94
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
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 -asphalting
of S. Main and N. Pearl Streets
Add
10,000
Section 111: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
2-0 *
Qfc-L 7 /7 /1.Ze.u Clerk of Council
Approve 29109Forrn.
4 2 l /r l ),
Lawre c[to*r
day of Ap 21
Mayor
1994.

Ordinance 08-1994

1
By: S <hun/lin
ORDINANCE NO. 08-94
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 -7-C-230
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 -
Municipal Court Costs
Add
3,829.93
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
b
Att:* -
CAYll l' Yl<86 )
Clerk of Council
Approve31a-g leform: 1 07171 / A 'U\ ' / . 1 #4 <FWAJ-/
Law 0fector
day of
Mayor
1994.

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