Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 38-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 38-95
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By: rY4/1mtr'/
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 921. 07 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE, OHIO ESTABLISHING SEWER
REGULATIONS AND CHARGES.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO, that:
Section l. Section 921. 07 of the Codified Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, is hereby
amended to read as follows
Section 921. 07 SEWER SERVICE CHARGES.
For the purpose of providing for the cost of the management,
maintenance, operation and repair of the sewerage system and sewage
pumping, treatment and disposal works, and for the enlargement or
replacement of the system and works, and for the construction and
reconstruction of main and interceptor sewers and the payment of interest
on any debt incurred for the construction thereof, there is hereby levied
and assessed upon each lot or parcel of land in the Village of Granville on
which a building, commercial, industrial, institutional or residential is
located, which is connected to the Village of Granville sewer system, a
sewer service charge as hereinafter provided. All classes of users shall
be levied charges on the same basis as described hereinafter.
The sewer service charge shall be calculated on the volume of wastewater
discharged directly or indirectly into the sewer system and shall be
measured by the water used by each sewer user as shown by water meter
readings. The sewer service charge for the Village of Granville shall
consist of a debt service charge of one dollar and ninety nine cents
1. 99)per thousand gallons and a user charge for operation,
maintenance and replacement (OM &R)of two dollars and ninety- five
cents 2(.$95)per thousand gallons. If the total sewage a(s measured by
water meter readings)discharged in any one (1) month period is less than
one thousand (1000)gallons, there shall be a minimum charge of four
dollars and ninetyf-our cents 4(.$94).Such minimum charge shall be for
debt service in the amount of one dollar and ninetyn- ine 1(.$99)and for
OM&R in the amount of two dollars and ninetyf-ive cents 2(.$95).
The sewer service system charge will be audited annually by the Village
with the charges being adjusted upwards or downwards in order to assure that the system is and will continue to be self sufficient and that sufficient
revenue is being generated from each user class in the proper proportions. No free service shall be provided in this service charge
system. Each user will be notified by the Village, at least annually, in
conjunction with a regular bill, of the rates for that year and that portion of the service charges which are attributable to the user charge for
operation, maintenance and replacement of the system. In addition, rates will be reviewed and adjusted accordingly to compensate users of each class for any overages and underages accumulated during the previous rate period. The sewer service charge herein assessed shall be in addition to the charge made for water used.
Where a private supply is used, the sewer service charge may be calculated by requiring the property owner to meter the private water
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Section 11:
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supply, such metering to be at the property owner's expense and such
measurement to be used in the same manner as a public water meter in
determining the charge. The Village may, at its option, in lieu of such
metering, apply a sewer service charge of fifty dollars 5(0$.00)per month
to such premises. Each resident, institution, commercial or industrial
establishment shall be subject to a separate sewer service charge even
though such establishment may be served by a sewer connection
common to other premises. If it be found by the citizen that the water or
waste measured or metered for any customer is greater than that actually
being discharged directly or indirectly into the sewage system, the Village
may modify and adjust such volume in accordance with the facts and with
justice and equity, but no charge less than the minimum shall be made for
any customer subject to the sewer service charge.
Where a private water supply is used and/ or the user desires to meter his
water use or sewage flow, the owner shall incur all expenses related to
the installation of said meter. Prior to installation of the meter, the type of
equipment installed and its location must be approved by the Village.
Prior to placing said meter into use after installation, the Village shall
inspect and approve or disapprove the meter installation. Any
modifications required by the Village shall be made at the user's expense
and prior to the meter's use. The meter shall be located in a suitable
location that will accommodate readings by Village personnel. Tampering
with the meter by the user to cause inaccurate readings shall make the
user subject to the penalty provisions of Section 921. 99.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
day of
A.JIEST:
kALL 4& 6& 3 / Clerk of Council /
APPROVEAS, TO FORM: Utculur-7 Law Djctor
4nolcV
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Mayor
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Ordinance 37-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 37-95
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By: 6/76f
AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT
EXPENSES AND OTHER EXPENDITURES OF THE VILLAGE OF
GRANVILLE, STATE OF OHIO, DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31, 1996.
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, 1996 and ending December 31, 1996
and;
WHEREAS, the manager has submitted a proposed budget with estimates and
explanatory data, and;
WHEREAS, a public hearing has been held and said budget with estimates as
required by section 6.06 of Article VI of the Charter.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE,
OHIO a majority of the members elected thereto herein concurring that, to provide for
the current expenses and other expenditures of said Village of Granville during the
fiscal year ending December 31, 1996, the following sums be and they are hereby set
aside and appropriated as follows, vis:
Section I: The annual budget submitted by the Manager in accordance with the
provisions of Section 6.05, Article VI, of the Charter, be and the same
hereby is adopted.
Section
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Al-2-B
11: That there be appropriated from the General Fund:
Program 1 -Security Of Persons And Property
POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
270 Transfers
387,204
131, 614
48,575
39,950
43,000
4,046
TOTAL POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT
STREET LIGHTING
230 Contractual Services
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL STREET LIGHTING
25,000
6,000
654,389
31, 000
Total Program 1 -Security Of Person And Property
Program 11 -Public Health And Welfare
COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT
230 Contractual Services 14,000
TOTAL COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT 14,000
Total Program 11 -Public Health And Welfare.
Program IV -Community Environment
685,389
14,000
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Al -4-F
Al -6-A
Al-6-B
Al-6-D
Al-6-G
Al-7-A
Al-7-B
Al -7-C
COMMUNITY SERVICES
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
250 Capital Outlay
29,800
2,800
11, 000
TOTAL COMMUNITY SERVICES 43,600
Total Proaram IV -Community Environment
43,600
Program VI -Transportation
STREET CONSTRUCTION
250 Capital Outlay 261, 800
TOTAL STREET CONSTRUCTION 261, 800
STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
289,839
82,275
44,760
750
54,754
TOTAL STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
472,378
STORM SEWERS AND DRAINS
240 Supplies &Materials 2,200
250 Capital Outlay 109,500
TOTAL STORM SEWERS AND DRAINS
SIDEWALKS
250 Capital Outlay
TOTAL SIDEWALKS
177,500
Total Program VI -Transportation
Program VII -General Government
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES
MAYOR'S COURT
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
200,497
54,557
17,186
12,500
1, 080
162
15,880
2,200
23,483
7,635
946
111, 700
177,500
284,741
19,322
1, 023,378
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Al -7-D
Al -7-E
Al -7-F
Al -7-G
Al -7-H
Al -7-1
Al -7-J
Al -7-K
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL MAYOR'S COURT
INCOME TAX
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
280 Refunds
TOTAL INCOME TAX
LANDS &BUILDINGS
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Material
250 Capital Outlay
260 Debt Service
270 Transfers
TOTAL LANDS AND BUILDINGS
BOARDS &COMMISSIONS
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
TOTAL BOARDS &COMMISSIONS.
2,500
29,325
9,124
4,600
4,500
25,000
4,014
810
28,930
14,315
37,800
39,170
10,000
30,059
7,833
23,501
4,000
COUNTY AUDITOR &TREASURERS' FEES
230 Contractual Services 3,000
34,564
72,549
135,039
65,393
TOTAL COUNTY AUDITOR &TREASURERS' FEES
TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
230 Contractual Services 325
3,000
TOTAL TAX DELINQUENT LAND ADVERTISING
STATE AUDITOR'S FEES
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL STATE AUDITOR'S FEES
ELECTION
230 Contractual Services
TOTAL ELECTION
LAW
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
10,000
2,500
8,468
1, 709
20,000
800
2,500
325
10,000
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TOTAL LAW 30,977
Total Program VII -General Government.
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS
658,410
2,424,776
Section 111: That there be appropriated from the following Special Revenue Funds:
Program VI -Transportation
81-6-B STREET &MAINTENANCE REPAIR
82-6-B
8-9
8-15
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
8,850
81, 050
TOTAL STREET MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
89,900
82-STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND
STATE HIGHWAY FUND
230 Contractual Services 5,200
TOTAL FOR 82-STATE HIGHWAY FUND
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND
230 Supplies &Materials 2,500
5,200
TOTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND $2,500
COPS GRANT FUND
270 Transfers 21, 516
TOTAL COPS GRANT FUND 21, 516
Total Program VI -Transportation
119,116
Section IV: That there be appropriated from the following Enterprise Funds:
Program V -Basic Utility Service Fund
Cl -SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND
260 Debt Service 192, 181
TOTAL SEWER DEBT SERVICE 192, 181
C-3 -SEWER REPLACEMENT IM&PROVEMENT FUND
250 Capital Outlay
280 Refunds
385,000
2,000
TOTAL SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT FUND
D-3 -SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND
280 Refunds 2,000
TOTAL SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND
387,000
2,000
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Section V:
El-WATERFUND
PRODUCTION
211 Salaries/ Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
260 Debt Service
270 Transfers
280 Refunds
TOTAL PRODUCTION
WATER DISTRIBUTION
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
TOTAL DISTRIBUTION
125,166
37,019
102,114
52,140
61, 804
23,250
200
28,962
9,230
1, 100
18,100
3,464
401, 693
60,856
TOTAL FOR E-1 -WATER FUND APPROPRIATION.
462,549
E2-SEWAGE
SEWAGE TREATMENT
211 SalariesW/ ages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Material
270 Transfers
280 Refunds
TOTAL SEWAGE TREATMENT
SEWAGE COLLECTION
211 Salaries \Wages
212 Employee Benefits
230 Contractual Services
240 Supplies &Materials
270 Transfers
TOTAL SEWAGE COLLECTION
75,484
22, 711
96,151
26,400
31, 900
200
21, 148
6,209
15,900
9,900
10,600
252,846
63,757
TOTAL FOR E2 SEWER FUND APPROPRIATIONS.
316,603
Grand Total For Program V -Basic Utility Services
1, 360,333
That there be appropriated from the Sewer Debt Service Fund:
E6 -SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND
260 Debt Service 121, 538
TOTAL E6 -SEWER DEBT SERVICE FUND $ 121, 538
n I: That there be appropriated from the Sewer Debt Service Reserve Fund:
Sectio V
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E7 -SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND
260 Debt Service 25,000
TOTAL E7 -SEWER DEBT SERVICE RESERVE FUND
25,000
Section VII: That there be appropriated from the Water Capital Improvements Fund:
E91 -WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND
250 Capital Outlay
280 Refunds
90,000
2,000
TOTAL E91 -WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND
92,000
Section VIll: That there be appropriated from the Equipment Reserve Fund.
F2-6-B
Section
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H 1-2-B
Hl-2-C
H 1 -3-A
H 1-3-8
Hl-3-C
Hl-1-A
Hl-1-B
Hl-1-C
F2 -EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND
250 Capital Outlay 74,000
TOTAL EQUIPMENT RESERVE FUND: 74,000
IX: That there be appropriated from the Special Assessment Fund:
Hl-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER
Incidental Expense
Principal
Interest
140
3,000
552
TOTAL H-2 -CEDAR STREET SANITARY SEWER
3,692
Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAY/ WILDWOOD SEWER
Incidental Expenses
Principal
Interest
120
3,000
780
TOTAL Hl-3 -WEST BROADWAY/ WILDWOOD SEWER
3,900
Hl-1 -EAST WATERLINE
Incidental Expenses
Principal
Interest
TOTAL Hl-1 -EAST WATERLINE
1, 000
11, 152
8,164
20,316
TOTAL SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BOND RETIREMENT FUND
27,908
Section X: Sums expected from the above appropriation which against are proper charges any other department or against any firm, person, or corporation, if repaid within the period covered by such appropriation, shall be considered reappropriated for such original purposes, provided that the
net total of the expenditures under any appropriation shall not exceed the original total.
Section XI: That this ordinance therefore shall become effective as of January 1, 1996, for the purpose effecting expenditures within the limitations herein
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Passed this
set forth, during the fiscal year extending from that date to December 31,
1996. This appropriation ordinance shall become effective as provided in
Section 6.07, Article VI of the Charter of the Village of Granville, Ohio,
and shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date
allowed by law.
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Attest:
Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
25QA1 L-- Lawf e[c*tor
day of 2kc €
ry,66/ 1995.
iltsA 4 /ji'*b Mayorr

Ordinance 36-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 36-95
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BY·- 6 . €
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AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE GRANVILLE VILLAGE
MANAGER'S SALARY FOR 1996.
WHEREAS, Article 11, Section 2.08 of the Charter of Granville, Ohio, provides
that Council shall fix the salary of the Village Manager by ordinance, and
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 43-94, establishing the salary of the Manager for the
period of January 1, 1995, to December 31, 1995, will expire on December 31, 1995.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: The salary of the Village Manager for the calendar year 1996 shall be
65,500 payable by-weekly in the amount of 1 / 26 of the total amount.
Section 11: The Manager be granted four weeks of paid vacation leave during the
calendar year 1996.
Section 111: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
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Clerk of Council 47(QL j
Approved as to Form:
422 L a r&+ Law DFector
day of hae,
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L/ LF . Mayor l;'
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Ordinance 35-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 35-95
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BY'. Ikn 16/t-i
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 44-94 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1995 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, 1995 and ending December
31, 1995, 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:
Section Ill:
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by
Ordinance No. 44-94, 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, 1995, the following appropriations are
hereby made in the General Fund:
Account No.
Al -7-C211
Al-7-C212
Account
Salaries/ Wages -Mayor's Salary
Fringe Benefits -Mayor's PERS
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Law Enforcement Trust
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1995, the following
appropriations are hereby made in the Sewer Construction Fund.
Account No.
D3-6-G-250
Account
Sludge Holding Facilities -
Construction, Engineering
Add
2,400
184
Add
297,345
Section IV: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this 720
Attest:
A.
l,&LUL/A. Frl).L-,
Clerk of Council
Appr300F°75W LLI1 *-- 79114, 0 t<,un,g Law Difector
day of 16)6€P.r)bi/' 1995.
26>3 At I
2VVkl/u 54,8 27
Mayor L.L.
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Ordinance 34-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 34-95
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BY: 1» Omer,/
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 44-94 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1995 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, 1995 and ending December
31, 1995, 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:
Section 111:
Section IV:
Section V:
Passed this
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by
Ordinance No. 44-94, 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, 1995, the following appropriations are hereby made in the General Fund:
Account No.
Al -4-F-270
Al -7-J-230
Al-7-K-230
Account
Community Services -Transfers
Contractual Services -Election
Contractual Services -Prosecutor
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Water Fund during the
fiscal year ending December 31, 1995, the following appropriations are hereby made in the Water Fund:
Account No.
El-5-E-230
El-5-E-240
El-5-F-240
Account
Contractual Services -Water Production
Supplies &Materials -Chemicals
Supplies &Materials -Water Distribution
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Sewer Fund during the
fiscal year ending December 31, 1995, the following appropriations hereby made in the are Sewer Fund:
Account No. Account Add
E2-5-G240 Supplies &Materials -Chemicals 2000
E2-5-H240 Supplies &Materials -Sewage Collection 1500
E25- -H240 Supplies &Materials -Repalcement Impeller 7$50
Add
25
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5000
Add
2000
4000
1000
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
Attest:
21(g11--4Ff\i'n&Clerk of Council / 3
Approved as to Form:
irh\(
94<: 2 I -A.//7: -1-1 Lawi fe[;ctor
day of 166/ 2 1995.
4144»1d/ Mayor

Ordinance 33-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 33-95
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BY. s (ictr<e-P
AN ORDINANCE TO REVISE THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES BY
ADOPTING CURRENT REPLACEMENT PAGES,AND
DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS,certain provisions within the Codified Ordinances should be
amended to conform with current State Law as required by the Ohio Constitution;and
WHEREAS,various ordinances of a general and permanent nature have been
passed by Council which should be included in the Codified Ordinances;and
WHEREAS,Council has heretofore entered into a contract with the Walter H.
Drane Company to prepare and publish such revision which is before Council;
NOW THEREFORE,Be it ordained by the Council ofthe Village of Granville,
State of Ohio that:
Section I: The ordinances of Granville,Ohio,of a general and permanent
nature,as revised,recodified,rearranged and consolidated into
component codes,titles,chapters and sections within the 1995
Replacement Pages to the Codified Ordinances are hereby approved and
adopted.
Section II: The following sections and chapters are hereby added,amended
or repealed as respectively indicated in order to comply with
current State law:
Traffic Code
303.99 GENERAL TRAFFIC CODE PENALTY.
Adds subsection ( c)authorizing a fine of two times the usual
amount for certain traffic violations occurring in a construction zone.)
335.07 DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION,REVOCATION OR
RESTRICTION.
Adds offense of operating a vehicle without proof of financial
responsibility when so required and giving false document to law
enforcement officer.)
351. 04 HANDICAPPED PARKING.
Redefines offenses pertaining to parking for a handicapped
person to include a"person with a disability that limits or impairs the
ability to walk".)
General Offenses Code
357.07 ENDANGERING CHILDREN.
Amends section to prohibit the operation of a vehicle while
under the influence if a child under the age of eighteen years is in the vehicle.)
537. 14 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
Redefinesf a"mily or household member".)
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537. 15 TEMPORARY PROTECTION ORDER.
Increases penalty for the offense of violating a protection order.)
541. 06 DESTRUCTION OF SHRUBS,TREES OR CROPS.
Charges penalty for injuring trees or other growing products
from a minor misdemeanor to a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.)
Section III: The complete text ofthe Traffic and General Offenses Code sections
listed above are set forth in full in the current replacement pages to the
Codified Ordinances.
Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure
necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace,health,
safety and welfare of the Municipality and its inhabitants,and for the
further reason that there exists an imperative necessity for the earliest
publication and distribution of the current Replacement Pages to the
officials and residents of Granville,so as to facilitate the administration
and daily operation of Granville and avoid practical and legal
entanglements. Wherefore,this ordinance shall be in full force and
effect from and immediately after its passage.
Passed this
Attest:
6LL21-rr}1 6 (0 Clerk of Council
day of
Approved as to Form:
12·2 tsL;yn Lawjirector
NoVornba 1995
31j-*1(1,/4u* st/ VicFMayor
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Ordinance 32-1997

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ORDINANCE NO. 32-95
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF
1,390,000 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 the net revenues of the municipal sanitary sewer system ( the "Revenues"); and
WHEREAS, notes heretofore issued in anticipation of such bonds are about to
mature and should be renewed in the amount of $1,390,000;
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 $1,390,000, 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, 1996, shall bear interest at the rate of approximately nine cent 9 ( %) per per annum and shall mature in substantially equal annual or semiannual
installments over a period not exceeding forty 4(0)years after their issuance.
SECTION 2. That it is hereby determined that notes h(ereinafter called the oNf soaitdes"in) the principal amount of $1,390,000 shall be issued in anticipation of the issuance bonds.
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO
SECTION 3. That the Notes shall be dated November 21, 1995, shall bear
1 interest at the rate of 64)p<oin4 Ze-3* , <Sii
per cent ( 4.66 %per)annum, payable at maturity, shall mature on November 19,
1996, 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, Second (1995)Renewal", and shall
be payable at such bank or trust company designated by the original purchaser of the Notes
and approved by the Director of Finance, and shall express upon their faces the purpose for
which they are issued and that they are issued in pursuance of this ordinance.
SECTION 5. That the Notes shall be sold, at par and accrued interest, to
SeasongoodM &ayer, 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 tax-exempt obligations to be issued by the Municipality during this
calendar year and with respect to such other matters as appropriate under the Code.
SECTION 10. That the Director of Finance is hereby directed to forward a certified copy of this ordinance to the county auditor.
SECTION 11. That it is found and determined that all formal actions of this
council concerning and relating to the passage of this ordinance were passed in an open meeting of this council, and that all deliberations of this council and of any of its committees that resulted in such formal action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with the law, including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
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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: November 1, 1995.
Attesi ll «(1, 4 %r"ulte Clerk of Council
Mayor L
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CERTIFICATE
The undersigned hereby certifies that the foregoing is a true and correct copy
of Ordinance No. d/95- .
l_0,-r«LL Ckler.krof Croun*Lcil --j
CERTIFICATE
The undersigned hereby certifies that a copy of the foregoing ordinance was
certified this day to the County Auditor of Licking County, Ohio.
D ctor of Finance
Dated: November / ,1995
RECEIPT
The undersigned hereby acknowledges receipt of a certified copy of the foregoing ordinance.
4714044-
0/4 county Auditor
Licking County, Ohio
Dated: November Z , 1995
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6)The Underwriters shall have the right to cancel their obligation to purchase the Notes,
by notifying you of their election to do so, if (i)the President of the United States or
any agency or instrumentality of the Federal Government should announce a plan,
program or proposed legislation which, if implemented or adopted, would affect the
tax-exempt nature of the interest on the Notes or (ii)between the date hereof and the
Closing, legislation shall have been enacted or introduced by the Congress of the United
States or shall have been reported out of committee or be pending in committee or a
decision shall have been rendered by a court of the United States or the Tax Court of
the United States, or a ruling shall have been made or a regulation shall have been
proposed or made or any other release or announcement shall have been made by the
Treasury Department of the United States or the Internal Revenue Serv.ice, or 9ther
federal or Ohio authority, with respect to interest received on obligations bf thee n*eral
character of the Notes, that in our reasonable judgment, materially adversely affects the
market for the Notes or the market price generally of obligations of the general
character of the Notes, or (iii)there shall have occurred any outbreak of hostilities or
other local, national or international calamity or crisis, or a default with respect to the.
debt obligations of,or the institution of proceedings under the federal bankruptcy laws
by or against,any State of the United States or agency thereof, or any city in the United
States having a population of over one million, the effect of which on the financial
markets of the United States will be such as, in our reasonable judgment, makes it
impracticable for the Underwriters to market the Notes or to enforce contracts for the
sale of the Notes, or (iv)there shall be in force a general suspension of trading on the
New York Stock Exchange or minimum or maximum prices for trading shall have been
fixed and be in force, or maximum ranges for prices for securities shall have been
required and be in force on the New York Stock Exchange, whether by virtue of a determination by that Exchange or by order of the Securities and Exchange Commission
or any other governmental authority haviog jurisdiction, or (v)a general banking
moratorium shall have been declared by either federal, New York or Ohio authorities
having jurisdiction and be in force, or (vi)legislation shall be enacted or be proposed
or actively considered for enactment, or a decision by a court of the United States shall
be rendered, or a ruling, of the Securities and Exchange Commission or other governmental agency having jurisdiction of the subject matter shall be made to the effect that the Notes or any securities of the political subdivision or any securities similar to the type contemplated herein e(xclusive of industrial development bonds as defined by Section 103c( )of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended)are not exempt from the registration, qualification or other requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended and as then in effect, or any indentures similar to the Indenture are not exempt from the registration, qualification or other requirements of the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, as amended and as then in effect, or v(ii)there shall have been any material adverse change in the affairs of the political subdivision, or v( iii)there shall be established by the Federal, Ohio or New York State government wage or price controls,
5)The Notes are to be delivered to us in our offices on or before the dated date of the
issue.
SEASONGOODM&AYER
SPECIALISTS IN PUBLIC FINANCE SINCE 1887
November 1, 1995
Village Council
Village of Granville
118 S. Main Street
P.O. Box 514
Granville,OH 43023-0514
Gentlemen:
300 Mercantile Library Bldg.
414 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-3910
513)621-2000·FAX(513)621-5259
For the $1,390,000 Village of Granville, Ohio Sewer System Project General Obligation Bond
Anticipation Notes, Limited Tax to be dated November 21, 1995, and to mature November 19,
1996, bearing interest at the rateof 6*6:5 %inte,rest payable at maturity, we will pay you the
par value thereof plus accrued interest to date of delivery. These Notes are to be payable in
Federal Reserve Funds at: The Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio.
This offer is made subject to the following conditions:
1) We wish the opinion to address the status of the notes with respect to "Bank
Qualification"under Section 265 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended;
we also wish an opinion from Peck, Shaffer &Williams, Columbus, Ohio, bond
counsel, to the effect that, based on present laws, regulations, rulings and decisions in
effect on the date of delivery of the Notes, interest payable on the Notes is excludable
from gross income for Federal income tax purposes, except that interest on the Notes
will have to be included in the adjusted current earnings of certain corporations and
such corporations would be required to include in the calculation of alternative
minimum taxable income 75 %of the excess of such corporations' adjusted current earnings over their alternative minimum taxable income d(etermined without regard to this adjustment and prior to reduction for alternative tax net operating losses)for
purposes of determining such corporations' liability for the alternative minimum tax.
2)Note blanks ready for signature in denominations suitable to us, will be supplied by you.
3)Any additional issuance expenses to be paid by you, including printing costs, paying agent fees,OMAC fees, etc.
4)This offer is made for immediate acceptance or rejection.
or credit constraints,which, in the reasonable opinion of the Underwriters would affect
their ability to market the Notes.
7)The Village certifies that the Notes are classified as "qualified"securities under the Tax
Reform Act of 1986.
8) Upon acceptance by proper action of the Village Council this instrument shall become
a binding contract between us according to its terms.
Respectfully submitted,
SEASONGOODM &AYER
By:
Joseph P. Magdich, General Partner
Accepted for and on behalf of the VILLAGE OF GRANVIL];E, OHIO under authorization
previously granted by the Village Council this 2-glayof0 #1N/{-fc1*9'95.
ATTEST:
BY ·.
GC;L 8-FY-l.E£LU
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EXTRACT FROM MINUTES OF MEETING
The Council of the Village of Granville,Ohio,met in regular session at 7:30
p.m. on the 1 st day ofNovember, 1995, at Council Chambers, 141 East Broadway,
Granville,with the following members present:
Vice Mayor Peter Marshall
Councilmember Dorothy Garrett
Councilmember Marc Shulman
Councilmember Maxine Montgomery
Councilmember Kevin Bennett
Councilmember Daniel Freytag
A Certificate As To The Maximum Maturity of Bonds and Bond Anticipation
Notes was presented to Council.
Ordinance No. 329- 5,A "n Ordinance Providing For The Issuance Of
1,390,000 OfNotes By The Village Of Granville,Ohio In Anticipation Of The
Issuance Of Bonds For The Purpose OfPaying Part Of The Cost Of Constructing
Improvements To The Municipal Sanitary Sewer System,And Declaring An
Emergencyw"a, s introduced and its title read by Councilmember Freytag.
Councilmember Freytag then moved to adopt Section 12,the emergency clause,and read that section in its entirety. Seconded by Councilmember Bennett.
Roll call vote: Freytag yes,Bennett yes,Montgomery yes,Shulman yes, Garrett yes,Vice Mayor Marshall yes. The emergency clause was adopted.
Councilmember Freytag then moved to adopt Ordinance No. 32-95 Seconded by Councilmember Garrett.
Roll call vote: Garrett yes,Shulman yes,Montgomery yes,Bennett yes,Freytag
yes,Vice Mayor Marshall yes. Six yes votes. Ordinance No. 32-95 was adopted.
CERTIFICATE
The undersigned, Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, hereby certifies
that the foregoing is a true and correct extract from the minutes of a meeting of the Council
of said Village, held on the 1st day of November, 1995, to the extent pertinent to
consideration and passage of the above-entitled legislation.
AjLL,A-rv7Jig
Clerk of Counc#
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CERTIFICATE OF POSTING
The undersigned, Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, Ohio ( the
Village"h)e,reby certifies that Ordinance No. c*)9 5 d ul-y passed by the Council of
the Village on November 1, 1995 was published within one week of its passage by posting in
compliance with Sections 3.04 and 3.06 of the Charter of the Village.
Dated: November 9-,1995
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Ctfl.tc 2 ») Clerk of Council
Village of Granville, Ohio
CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP
The undersigned, Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, County of
Licking. Ohio. hereby certifies that the following were the officers of said village and
members of council during the period proceedings were taken authorizing the issuance of
1,390,000 Sanitary Sewer Improvement Bond Anticipation Notes, Second (1995)Renewal
dated November 21, 1995:
Mayor -Member of Council
Vice Mayor -Member of
Council
Member of Council
Member of Council
Member of Council
Member of Council
Member of Council
Solicitor
Clerk of Council
Finance Director
Manager
Please Type or Print Names]
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FVu'c Shep (rlan
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Cah8£.Mi- Clerk of Council
TRANSCRIPT CERTIFICATE
The undersigned Clerk of Council of said village hereby certifies that the attached is a true and complete transcript of all proceedings relating to the authorization and issuance of the abovei-dentified obligations, and that all such proceedings were held in compliance with the law, including Section 121.22 of the Revised Code of Ohio.
4 LZ-nt S. 7 0»4£,u Clerk of Cauncil
CERTIFICATE AS TO MAXIMUM MATURITY OF
BONDS AND BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES
The undersigned Director of Finance of the Village of Granville, Ohio, being
the fiscal officer of the Village within the meaning of Section 133.01 of the Ohio Revised
Code, hereby certifies to the council of the Village that the estimated life or period of
usefulness of each of the improvements to be acquired with the proceeds of the sale of
1,390,000 of bonds, for the purpose of paying part of the cost of constructing improvements
to the municipal sanitary sewer system, is at least five (5)years, and that the maximum
maturity of said bonds, calculated in accordance with Section 133.20 of the Ohio Revised
Code, is forty ( 40)years, and the maximum maturity of notes in anticipation of such bonds is
twenty (20)years, assuming compliance with Section 133.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of
November, 1995.
ghitGiL
Dir 2tor of Finance

Ordinance 31-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 31-95
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BY: Shulrnan
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 44-94 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1995 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, 1995 and ending December
31, 1995, and;
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement
previously made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I: The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by
Ordinance No. 44-94, 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, 1995, the following appropriations hereby made in the General Fund: are
Account No.
Al -6-G-250
Account
Capital Outlay -Sidewalks
Add
22,445
Section 111: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
0121,21 r'LALJ Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
CUA64%1* -.
La3irector
day of 0n*b*e-/ 1995.
4*Mkolijff Mayor

Ordinance 30-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 30-95
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AN ORDINANCE TO APPROVE THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A MINISTORAGE
LOCATED AT 1328 CHERRY VALLEY ROAD.
WHEREAS, on June 5, 1995, an application was filed by Jack and Judy Pyle, owners
of the property located at 1328 Cherry Valley Road, 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 August 21, 1995, recommended to this Council, on October
2, 1995, that said application be approved with fire conditions, and;
WHEREAS, this Council received said recommendation from the Planning Commission
at its October 18, 1995, regular Council meeting, and conducted public hearings on said
application on November 1, 1995, in accordance with Sections 1171. 04 (5 and (6);
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, :
Section I: That the accompanying plan depicting the location of the mini-storage facility
hereto attached and marked Exhibit "A",be and is hereby made a part of this
ordinance.
Section 11: That the Development Plan for 1328 Cherry Valley Road as recommended by
the Planning Commission, be and hereby is approved, subject to following
conditions set by the Planning Commission:
1) The malus trees in front are replaced with white pines.
2) The building will be moved back to 100' from Cherry Valley Road and the
pavement area moved back to 80' from centerline of Cherry Valley Road (or everything moved back 20' from location shown on current plan).
3) A swale will be provided on the north property line to guide stormwater back
to the existing swale in the rear.
4) Landscaping will also be moved back and extended to the rear of the development.
5)Any future development plans will be required to submit a storm water
detention plan to be approved by the Village Engineer.
Section 111: That this ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Law Director:
day of
Mayor
1995.
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Ordinance 29-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 29-95
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BY: *-
nAL.1+
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GRANVILLE ZONING ORDINANCE AND
ACCOMPANYING MAP THERETO, BY AMENDING THE CLASSIFICATION OF
THE ZONING DISTRICT FOR A PORTION OF A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND
LOCATED AT 400 SOUTH MAIN STREET FROM OSD, OPEN SPACE
DISTRICT TO CSD, COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT.
WHEREAS, on August 28, 1995, Harold Atteberry, owner of the Granville Milling
Company, filed an application to rezone the property located at 400 South Main Street from
OSD, Open Space District, to CSD Community Service District, and;
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission, following a public hearing conducted
in accordance with the provisions of Section 1143.03 a( )b,()c,)(a,nd d( )of the Granville
Codified Ordinances, recommended to the Council on October 18,1995, that Harold
Atteberry's rezoning application be approved as submitted, and;
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission recommended approval of the
rezoning application on October 2, 1995, and the Village Council conducted its public hearing
on that recommendation November 15, 1995, in accordance with Section 1143.04 (F)through
H),of the Granville Codified Ordinances,
NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Ordained By The Council of Granville, Ohio:
Section I: That the Granville Planning Commission's recommendation to reclassify a
portion of the said property to CSD, Community Service District, as shown on
the attached map, marked Exhibit "A",be and is hereby adopted.
Section 11: That the Granville Codified Ordinances and accompanying map thereto are
hereby amended insofar as the same relates to the property located at 400
South Main Street OSD, Open Space District to CSD, Community Service
District, herein shown on the map hereto attached and marked Exhibit "A".
Section 111: That this ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest date permitted by law.
Passed this
Attest:
ISHA
U.S£LL4rnM _.) Clerk of Council
Approved as to form.
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Ordinance 28-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 28-95
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BY: TYARSIA+LU
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 44-94 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1995 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, 1995 and ending December
31, 1995, 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 -1 -C-250
Al -7-A-230
Al-7-C-211
Al -7-C-212
Al -7-E-230
Al -7-E-260
Al -7-F-211
Al -7-F-212
Al -7-K-212
Al-7-K230
86 -4-A-250
8-15 -1-A-211
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by
Ordinance No. 44-94, 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, 1995, the following appropriations are
hereby made in the General Fund.
Account
Capital Outlay -Street lighting
Contractual Services -
Worker's Compensation
Wage/ Salary -
Mayor's Court
Fringe Benefits -
Mayor's Court
Contractual Services -
Electricity -Phones
Debt Service -Mortgage,
141 East Broadway
Wage/Salary -
Boards &Commission
Fringe Benefits -
Boards &Commissions
Fringe Benefits -PERS,
Law Director
Contractual Services -
Merger Issues, Prosecutor
Capital Outlay -
ODNR Tree Grant
Wage/ Salary -Police
Add
5.00
8,000
950
145
6,500
33
745
220
1, 715
4,000
25
8,500
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B-15-1-A-212
Cops Fast Grant
Fringe Benefits -Police
Cops Fast Grant
1, 710
Section 111: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
Passed this
allowed by law.
clott)
Atte
Uorll«MLRB D#. Clerk of Council
Approved as-to. Eorm:
*1*sf I(0-i$-rP-* Law Dhctor
day of ip#
en-, -r * 1995.
191& yor

Ordinance 27-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 27-95
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BY: Ohujrnin
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND EXISTING SECTION 1105.01 OF
CHAPTER 1105 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE
OF GRANVILLE.
WHEREAS, a clear distinction needs to be made between public and private
right-of-ways, and;
WHEREAS, this change allows the Village to properly regulate the installation of
private right-of-ways.
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,
Ohio that:
Section I: Existing Section 1105.01 of the Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby
repealed and a new Section 1105.01 is hereby adopted as follows:
1105.01 Definitions
CHAPTER 1105
Definitions
CROSS REFERENCE
Plat and subdivision defined -see O.R.C. 711. 001
1105.01 DEFINITIONS.
a) For the purpose of these Subdivision and Development Regulations the
following terms are defined:
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4)
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6)
7)
8)
Alley"or "service street"means a local right-of-way publicly
owned primarily for service access to the back or sides of properties.
Arterialftreet"means a street primarily for through traffic carrying
heavy loads and large volume of traffic usually on a continuous
route.
Block"means a parcel of land bounded on at least one side by a street
and on the other sides by a natural or manmade barrier or property line.
Boulevard"means a street containing two lanes in each direction
of travel each with a minimum width of twelve feet separated by a traffic
island. Traffic islands shall have a minimum width of eight (8)feet
measured from the back of curb to the back of curb.
Building line"means the line within the property defining the required
minimum distance between any structure and the adjacent street right-ofway.
Collector street"means a street, whether within a residential,
industrial, commercial, or other type of area, which primarily carries
traffic from local streets to arterial streets, including the principal
entrance and circulation routes within residential subdivisions.
Commission"means the Planning Commission of the Municipality.
Cul-de-sac"means a.street having one end open to vehicular traffic and a vehicular turn around provided on the other end.
9) D "oublef-rontage lot"or "Reversef-rontage lot"means a lot with front and rear street frontage.
10) E "asement"means a right of way granted for limited use of land for public or quasi-public purpose.
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15)
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17)
18)
Engineer, County"means the County Engineer of Licking County.
Engineer, Municipal"means the full-time or consulting Engineer of the
Municipality.
Improvement"means a physical addition or alteration to land that
may be necessary to service or accommodate lots.
Local street"means a street primarily for the purpose of providing
access to residential, commercial and other abutting property.
Lot"means a parcel of land intended for transfer of ownership,
development, improvement and/or dedication.
Lot area"means the area contained within the property lines of the
individual parcels of land as shown on a subdivision plat, excluding space
within any street or right-of-way, but including the area of any easement.
Municipality"means the Municipality of Granville, Ohio and its
inhabitants.
Plat, preliminary"means a tentative subdivision plan, in lesser detail than
the final plat, indicating the proposed layout of a subdivision as a basis
for consideration prior to the preparation of the final plat.
19) P "lat, final"means a complete and exact subdivision plan prepared for
official recording as required by statute.
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22)
23)
24)
Private drive",p r"ivate road" s"ervice drive",s e"rvice road",
driveway", or any other "way"not classified as a "street"is a local
privately owned right-of-way for access to or through private
property.
Street"means a public right-of-way designed for the purpose of moving
people and goods or for the provision of access to private property.
Subdivider"or "developer"means an owner or a person authorized as
the agent for an owner for whom subdivision plans are being or have
been made.
Subdivision"means:
a)The division of any parcel of land shown as a unit or as contiguous
units on the last preceding tax roll, into two or more parcels, sites
or lots, any one of which is less than five acres for the purpose, whether
immediate or future, of transfer of ownership or development. Such
division must be surveyed and platted, provided, however, that the
division or partition of land into parcels of more than five acres not
involving any new streets or easements of access, and the sale or
exchange of parcels between adjoining lot owners, where such sale or
exchange does not create additional building sites, shall be exempted.
b) The improvement of any parcel or parcels of land for residential,
commercial or industrial structures or groups of structures which requires
the opening, widening or extension of any street or streets. Such
improvement must be surveyed and platted.
c)The division or allocation of land as open spaces for common use by owners, occupants or lease holders or as easements for the extension
and maintenance of public sewer, water, storm drainage or other public
facilities. Such division or allocation must be surveyed and platted..
Sketch plan"means a draft or sketch showing contemplated development.
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25) S"ubdivision and Development Regulations"or "Regulations"means
Ordinance 21 -95, adopted August 2, 1995, as amended, which is
codified as Title I of this Part Eleven -Planning and Zoning Code.
26) T"raffic Impact Study"means a study prepared by a registered
engineer to determine the impact of proposed development on the
municipal streets.
27) V "illage Planner"means the Municipal Administrative Officer
appointed by the Manager whose duties include the enforcement and
administration of the provisions of these Subdivision and Development
Regulations.
Section 11: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
Passed this
Attest:
allowed by law.
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Clerk1ofnCokuncfil .r4«_P
Approved as to Form:
QR+ Lrp LawDS,c¢tor
day of 9-trr1bf,f
Mayor
1995.

Ordinance 26-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 26-95
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BY: GOYfE1-'
AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 231 AND
241 EAST MAPLE STREET FROM THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF
SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT (SRD-B)TO THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OF VILLAGE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT (VRD) .
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission has recommended the rezoning
of-the properties located at 231 and 241 East Maple Street from the zoning
classification of Suburban Residential District (SRD-B)to the zoning classification of
Village Residential District (VRD);and;
WHEREAS, the owners of the properties, Bruce and Lisa Westall, requested a
lot-split of 241 East Maple Street that would make the new lots smaller than the
standards required in the SRD-B zoning classification and;
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission believes that these properties
are more closely related to the VRD Zoning Classification rather than the SRD-B
Zoning Classification and;
WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission adopted a motion on August 21,
1995, at which Bruce Westall expressed support for the rezoning of both his properties
located at 231 and 241 East Maple Street to the VRD Zoning Classification.
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,
State of Ohio that:
Section I: The accompanying map depicting the properties to be rezoned hereto
attached and Marked "Exhibit A",shall govern the application of zoning
classification for the two parcels.
Section ll: The property described in "Exhibit A" be classified as VILLAGE
RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT (VRD)
Section 111: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force and effect upon the
earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
42!1
LOu-il.
Clerk of Council jfAl \ uD
Approved as to Form:
Lawfrector
day of EX-Ue.<
I»»
1995.
2f' -1j- Uviayof U

Ordinance 25-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 25-95
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BY: c732n/)€07-
AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL EXISTING CHAPTER 905 OF THE
GRANVILLE CODIFIED ORDINANCES AND ADOPT A NEW
CHAPTER 905 ADDRESSING THE REPLACEMENT AND
REPAIR OF SIDEWALKS.
WHEREAS,the Council of the Village of Granville,having considered the
current manner in which the repair and replacement of sidewalks is accomplished,has
determined that existing Chapter 905 of Granville Codified Ordinances is inadequate
to address the procedure by which such repairs are accomplished.
NOW THEREFORE,be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,
Ohio that:
Section I: Existing Chapter 905 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of
Granville,Ohio is hereby repeated and a new Chapter is hereby adopted
as follows:
CHAPTER 905
Replacement and Repair of Sidewalks
905.01 Definitions.
905.02 Manager's Authority
905.03 Notice to Owner
905.04 Repair or Replacement;
Municipal Reimbursement
905.05 Repair Or Replacement;No
Municipal Reimbursement
905.06 Repair or Replacement
905.07 Maintenance To Be
Owner's Responsibility
905.08 Who May Serve And
Receive Return ofNotice
CROSS REFERENCES
Sidewalk Specifications -see S. U. &P. S. Ch. 907
905.01 DEFINITIONS.
a) s id"ewalk or w'*alkwaya"s used in this Chapter shall have the usual
and normal connotation and the specifications for repair or replacement of a sidewalk or walkway within the meaning of this chapter shall be those of a Portland cement concrete not less than four inches thick and six inches at
driveways,and as more particularly set forth in Chapter 907. O (rd. 8-71.
Passed 8-4-71.)
b) o "wnera"s used in this chapter means any person or entity holding
or claiming any legal or equitable interest of any nature in or to the land on which the sidewalk or walkway exists.
905.02 MANAGER'S AUTHORITY
The Manager is hereby empowered,authorized and directed to repair or replace,or cause to be repaired or replaced,public sidewalks within the
Municipality and to commit the Municipality to the payment of not more than fifty percent of the costs of such repair or replacement as set forth in this Chapter.
905.03 NOTICE TO OWNER
Upon determination of the Manager,after consultation with the Service Director,that a public sidewalk or walkway within the Municipality requires
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repair or replacement,the Manager shall, in writing,notify the owner of the
land upon which the sidewalk or walkway exists of the determination that such
sidewalk or walkway is in need of repair or replacement. The notification shall
include that information set forth in Sections 905.04,905.05 and 905. 06 of this
Chapter.
905.04 REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT;MUNICIPAL
REIMBURSEMENT
Any owner receiving the notification set forth in Section 905. 03 of this
Chapter may receive reimbursement for up to 50%of the cost associated with
the repair or replacement of those sidewalks or walkways described in the
written notice under the following conditions:
a)Within the sixty (60)days immediately following the
notification set forth in Section 905.03,the owner shall obtain and
submit to the Municipality a written estimate or estimates for the cost of
repair or replacement which estimate or estimates shall set forth the
extent of repair or replacement and that such repair or replacement
meets all of the requirements of Chapter 907 of the Codified
Ordinances.
b)Within thirty,3 (0)d,ays of receipt of any estimate or
estimates by an owner for the repair or replacement of any sidewalk or
walkway,the Manager or his designee shall notify the owner in writing
as to the acceptance of an estimate for the repair or replacement,the
amount of such estimate or estimates reasonably related to required
repair or replacement,or the necessity for additional or alternate
estimates.
c)Upon approval of the scope and amount of an estimate the
owner shall cause all work associated with the repair or replacement to
be completed within sixty ( 60)days unless extended by the Manager or
his designee.
d)Upon receipt of evidence satisfactory to the Manager or his
designee that the repair or replacement has been accomplished in
accordance with the estimate approved,the municipality shall reimburse
the owner for 50%of the cost associated with the repair or replacement
or in such amount as previously established by the Municipality as 50%
of the amount required for the repair or replacement as set forth in
subsection ( b)of this section.
905.05 REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT;NO MUNICIPAL
REIMBURSEMENT
Any owner proceeding with the repair or replacement of any sidewalk
or walkway after receiving the notification set forth in Section 905. 03 who does
not comply with all of the provisions of Section 905.04 shall not be entitled to
municipal reimbursement for any of the cost associated with repair or
replacement. Any owner who proceeds with repair or replacement in the
absence of the notification set forth in Section 905. 03 shall not be entitled to
municipal reimbursement.
905.06 REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT;VILLAGE
ASSESSMENT
a)If an owner fails to proceed with the repair or replacement of any sidewalk or walkway after receiving the notice set forth in Section 905.03,
whether in accordance with Section 905. 04 or 905.05, the Municipality may proceed any time after sixty ( 60)days from the date provided in the notice to
cause the repair or replacement as set forth in the notice.
b)Should the Municipality proceed with the repair or replacement
under this section,then the owner shall be invoiced for one hundred percent 100%of th)e cost of such repair or replacement.
c)If any owner fails to make payment of the amount invoiced for
sidewalk or walkway repair or replacement as provided for in this Section
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within sixty ( 60)days of the invoicing therefor,the Manager shall cause written
return to be made to the County Auditor for an amount equal to the costs of the
repair or replacement and to enter such amount upon the tax duplicate to
become a lien upon such lands from the date of entry,to be collected as other
taxes and returned to the Municipality.
905.07 MAINTENANCE TO BE OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY.
The responsibility for maintaining a sidewalk or walkway safe for public
use rests with the owner or agent having charge of the lands upon which the
sidewalk or walkway exists. The municipality assumes none of this
responsibility by accepting participation in sidewalk or walkway repair or
replacement or by agreement to participate in sidewalk or walkway repair or
replacement.
905.08 WHO MAY SERVE AND RECEIVE RETURN OF
NOTICE.
The Manager or the Service Director may serve or receive any of the
notice provided for in this Chapter.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest
Passed this
date allowed by law.
day of
Attest:
GF.LL Fotol* Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
LawDcjt*or
5epternbe.<
Mayo
1995
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Ordinance 24-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 24-95
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AN ORDINANCE TO ACCEPT THE FACILITIES INSTALLED IN THE RIDGE
SEGMENT, SOUTH GALWAY DRIVE, AND THE VILLAGE GREEN AT
ERINWOOD BY THE MURPHY GROUP, INC.
WHEREAS, on January 30, 1991, by Ordinance No. 1-91, the Granville Village Council
approved the Development Plan for Erinwood, and;
WHEREAS, Section Five of the said Ordinance No. 1-91 approved Phase I of the
development, and;
WHEREAS, construction of the public utilities appurtenances, road base, curb and
gutter facilities, and storm sewers in the Phase I segment of the Glen at Erinwood is now
complete and approved by the Village's Engineer.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I:
Section 11:
Section 111:
Passed this
Attest:
South Galway Drive, The Ridge, and the Village Green segments of the public
facilities constructed by the Murphy Group, Inc. as part of the improvements to
serve the Erinwood Development, in accordance with by Section V of Ordinance
No. 1-91, are hereby accepted.
Acceptance of the facilities as set forth in this ordinance shall conform in all
respects to the conditions set forth in Section V of Ordinance No. 1-91.
That this ordinance shall take effect upon the earliest date allowed by law.
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Cd-kt j.M.VAO Clerk of Council
Approjlfpor»mi
LZECATLf1'
Law i¢ector
day of Oap*
r,ber
Mayor
1995.
BY:
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Ordinance 22-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 22-95
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BY: Sho/rnin
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 44-94 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1995 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, 1995 and ending December
31, 1995, 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 Il
Account No.
Al -4-F-230
Section 111:
Account No.
E91-5-E250
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by
Ordinance No. 44-94, 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, 1995, the following appropriations are
hereby made in the General Fund:
Account
Contractual Services -
Water Service Faucet
Add
2,200
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Water capital Improvements
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1995, the following
appropriation is made in the Water Capital Improvements Fund:
Account
Capital Outlay -
Well Re-establishment
Add
7,500
Section IV: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
MO-3 -
Clerk of Council
Approved as to F rm:
Q P . L (*,- LawDitorr *
day of 3>e- pJ-trribe- r
19 Mayor
1995.
CS-2 Rev. 4/9/92
NAME OF STREET Newark-Granville Road
ROUTE NO. Village of Granville
LIC-Newark-Granville Road-Village of Granville
006 1 < PID: 15260
093
qlalqG
ORDINANCE NO.*03-95
DATE 9-6 -961
An emergency ordinance enacted by the Village of Granville , matter of the hereinafter Lickina County,Ohio, in the Transportation. described improvement, and to request cooperation by the Director of
the pubWlicHEREAS,the Village has identified the need for and proposes the improvement of a portion of highway which is described as follows:
College Street between its intersection with Sunrise Street and Newark-Granville Road, and the cNoerpwoararktiG-onralnimvililte. Road between its intersection with College Street and the Village of Granville's easterly
Wothoerkr srehlaaltleidnccluodnestrpuacvteiomneintetmwsid.ening and resurfacing, drainage, pedestrianb/ikeway development and
improvseamidenpto,ratinodn of highway within the municipal corporation limits being hereinafter referred to as the
planninWg,HEREAS, the Village further desires cooperation from the Director of Transportation in the design and construction of said improvement.
NOW THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the Council of the 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:
The Village does hereby propose to assume and contribute the entire cost and expense of the improvement less the amount of FederalA- id funds set aside by the Director of Transportation for the financing of this improvement from funds allocated by the Federal Highway Administration, U1.S0. D0e%poaf rt)htmeent of Transportation, and further, the Village agrees to bear one hundred percent cost of the following items:
1) Preliminary Engineering
2) Rights-of-way
3) All costs for added construction items generating extra work contracts under Ohio Laws, unless performance is approved by the State of Ohio and the Federal Highway Administration before work is authorized.
SECTION 11 C( onsent)
That it is declared to be in the public interest that the consent of said Village be and such consent ascchoerrdeabnycegivweitnh tpolatnhes,sDpireecciftiocratoiofnTsransportation to construct the above described improvement, in and estimates as approved by the Director.
SECTION 111A (uthority to Sign)
That the ' Manager of Said Village, is hereby authorized to enter into Contractual Officer's Title)
maintenance and parking agreements and special contractual obligations.
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SECTION IV (Maintenance and Parking)
That upon completion of said improvement, said Village will thereafter to traffic at all times, keep said highway open and
a)
b)
C)
d)
Maintain the improvement in accordance with the provisions of the statutes relating thereto
and make ample financial and other provisions for such maintenance; and
Maintain the right-of-way 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
Place and maintain all traffic control devices conforming to the Ohio Manual of Uniform
Traffic Control Devices on the improvement in compliance with the provisions of Section 4511. 11 and related sections of the Ohio Revised Code.
Regulate parking 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 (Right-of-Way, Utility Rearrangement and Damage and Liability Responsibilities)
f)
g)
a) That all existing street and public way righto- f-way within the Village which is necessary for the aforesaid improvement, shall be made available therefor.
b) That the Village will acquire any additional righto- fw- ay 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 of Transportation.
d)
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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 ando/r any appurtenances thereto, which do not comply with the provisions of Directive H-P-508.
That the construction, reconstruction, ando/r rearrangement of both publicly and privately owned utilitiesr,e- ferred 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 righto- f-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 (), ( d),e )(and f()hereinabove. Likewise, the State agrees to accept responsibility for c), all damages or claims for which it is legally liable arising from the negligence any and employees or agents in the performance of of its officers, Sections a( ),b (), ( the State's obligations made or agreed to in c),d (),e ()a,nd 0( hereinabove.
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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 its immediately upon 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: u 3694nb*er 6, 19 95.
Attest:x
Clerk
Attest: x
U/9/,# .
STATE OF OHIO
Village of Granville
County Lickina
3311 \' 12E 6 & Law Director
CERTIFICATE OF COPY
1,x 6Lrio L. 7 /76/// / a s,Clerk of the Village of Granville Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of ordinance adopted by the legislative Authority of the said Village on the *O day of X Spptonhir 19 94 , 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 in Ordinance Record No.%43-95 , Page 56 . '
SEAL)
Clerk
Village of Granville Ohio.
The aforegoing is accepted as a basis for proceeding with the improvement herein described.
For the Village of Granville Ohio.
Attest:x Ca.rce X 7 l/'ce#·«
y k\oLf-L .
Date *
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Contractual Officer 1 1
For the State of Ohio
Attest:
U 024,6 LMirep.VtdO rh /io&l e[ Vf.irtUrrlof Transportation
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Ordinance 21-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 21-95
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BY:
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTERS 1105, 1109, 1113, 1117, AND
1121 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF
GRANVILLE ESTABLISHING SUBDIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS.
WHEREAS, the Subdivision Regulations will now be known as the Subdivision
and Development Regulations, and
WHEREAS, these Subdivision and Development Regulations have been
changed to address the goals and objectives of the 1990 Comprehensive Plan.
Ohio that:
Section I:
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,
Chapters 1105, 1109, 1113, 1117 and 1121 of the Granville Codified
Ordinances be and hereby are amended to read as follows:
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE
PART ELEVEN -PLANNING AND ZONING CODE
TITLE ONE -Subdivision and Development Regulations
Chap. 1105. Definitions.
Chap. 1109. General Provisions.
Chap. 1113. Procedure for Plat Approval.
Chap. 1117. Design Standards.
Chap. 1121. Improvements.
1105.01 Definitions
CHAPTER 1105
Definitions
CROSS REFERENCE
Plat and subdivision defined -see O.R.C. 711. 001
1105.01 DEFINITIONS.
a) For the purpose of these following Subdivision and Development Regulations the terms are defined:
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Alley"or s"ervice drive"means a local right of way, privately or publicly owned, primarily for service access to the back or sides of properties.
Arterial street"means a street primarily for through traffic carrying heavy loads and large volume of traffic usually on a continuous route.
Block"means a parcel of land bounded on at least one side by a street and on the other sides by a natural or manmade barrier or property line.
Boulevard"means a street containing two lanes in each direction of travel each with a minimum width of twelve feet separated by a traffic island. Traffic islands shall have a minimum width of eight 8( )feet measured from the back of curb to the back of curb.
Building line"means the line within the property defining the required minimum distance between any structure and the adjacent street right of way.
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6) C "ollector street"means a street, whether within a residential,
industrial, commercial, or other type of area, which primarily carries
traffid from local streets to arterial streets, including the principal
entrance and circulation routes within residential subdivisions.
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Commission"means the Planning Commission of the Municipality.
Cul-de-sac"means a street having one end open to vehicular traffic
and a vehicular turn around provided on the other end.
Double- frontage lot"or "Reverse- frontage lot"means a lot with front
and rear street frontage.
Easement"means a right of way granted for limited use of land for public
or quasi-public purpose.
Engineer, County"means the County Engineer of Licking County.
Engineer, Municipal"means the full-time or consulting Engineer of the
Municipality.
Improvement"means a physical addition or alteration to land that
may be necessary to service or accommodate lots.
Local street"means a street primarily for the purpose of providing
access to residential, commercial and other abutting property.
Lot"means a parcel of land intended for transfer of ownership,
development, improvement and/ or dedication.
Lot area"means the area contained within the property lines of the
individual parcels of land as shown on a subdivision plat, excluding space within any street or right-of-way, but including the area of any easement.
Municipality"means the Municipality of Granville, Ohio and its inhabitants.
Plat, preliminary"means a tentative subdivision plan, in lesser detail than the final plat, indicating the proposed layout of a subdivision as a basis for consideration prior to the preparation of the final plat.
Plat, final"means a complete and exact subdivision plan prepared for official recording as required by statute.
Street"means a public right of way designed for the purpose of moving people and goods or for the provision of access to private property.
Subdivider"or d"eveloper"means an owner or a person authorized as the agent for an owner for whom subdivision plans are being or have been made.
Subdivision"means:
a)The division of any parcel of land shown as a unit or as contiguous units on the last preceding tax roll, into two or more parcels, sites
or lots, any one of which is less than five acres for the purpose, whether immediate or future, of transfer of ownership or development. Such division must be surveyed and platted, provided, however,that the division or partition of land into parcels of more than five acres not involving any new streets or easements of access, and the sale or exchange of parcels between adjoining lot owners, where such sale or exchange does not create additional building sites, shall be exempted.
b)The improvement of any parcel or parcels of land for residential, commercial or industrial structures or groups of structures which requires the opening, widening or extension of any street or streets. Such improvement must be surveyed and platted.
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c)The division or allocation of land as open spaces for common use
by owners, occupants or lease holders or as easements for the extension
and maintenance of public sewer, water, storm drainage or other public
facilities. Such division or allocation must be surveyed and platted..
Sketch plan"means a draft or sketch showing contemplated
development.
Subdivision and Development Regulations"or "Regulations"means
Ordinance 21 -95, adopted August 2, 1995, as amended, which is
codified as Title I of this Part Eleven -Planning and Zoning Code.
Traffic Impact Study"means a study prepared by a registered
engineer to determine the impact of proposed development on the
municipal streets.
Village Planner"means the Municipal Administrative Officer
appointed by the Manager whose duties include the enforcement and
administration of the provisions of these Subdivision and Development
Regulations.
CHAPTER 1109
General Provisions
1109.01 Purpose
1109.02 Validity and Separability.
1109.03 Name.
1109.04 Interpretation.
1109.05 Compatibility.
1109.06 Jurisdiction.
1109.07 Traffic Impact of Subdivisions
1109.99 Penalty.
1109.08 Variances
1109.09 Resubdivision.
1109.10 Amendments.
1109.11 Public Hearings.
1109.12 Enforcement. ,
1109.13 Fees.
1109.14 Cost Reimbursement.
CROSS REFERENCES
Plat approval by planning authority; minimum lot area -see O.R.C. 711.09
Procedure for plat approval -see P. &Z. Ch. 1113
Design Standards -see P. &Z. Ch. 1117
Flood control -see BLDG. Ch. 1313
1109.01 PURPOSE.
a) The purpose of these Subdivision and Development Regulations is to provide for harmonious development within the Municipality by:
Promoting the public health, safety and general welfare of the Municipality;
Providing for growth and development in accordance with
adopted plans, zoning regulations, policies and resolutions;
Providing for safe and convenient traffic circulation through
the proper arrangement of streets or other right-of-ways in
relation to existing or planned streets or right-of- Furthering ways; the orderly layout and use of land;
Securing safety from fire, flood and other dangers;
Providing adequate light and air;
Preventing the overcrowding of land and avoiding undue concentration of population;
Facilitating adequate provision for transportation, water, sewage, stormwater management, open space, schools, parks,
playgrounds and other public requirements and facilities; and Facilitating the further resubdivision of larger tracts into smaller parcels of land, and
Minimizing the impact of development to the land and the surrounding ecosystem.
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b)The provisions of these Regulations are made with reasonable consideration of the character of the Municipality with a view of conserving and enhancing
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the value of buildings placed upon the land, providing the best possible
environment for human habitation and encouraging the most appropriate use of
land.
1109.02 VALIDITY AND SEPARABILITY.
If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of these Regulations is found to be
invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity of
remaining portions and provisions.
1109.03 NAME.
These Regulations shall be known as the Subdivision and Development
Regulations for Granville, Ohio.
1109.04 INTERPRETATION.
The provisions of these Regulations shall be held to be minimum requirements
for the promotion of health, safety and general welfare of the Municipality.
These regulations are not intended to repeal, abrogate, annul or in any manner
interfere with any existing laws, covenants or rules. However, where these Regulations
impose a greater minimum requirement than is required by existing laws, covenants or
rules, the provisions of these Regulations shall govern.
1109.05 COMPATIBILITY.
In addition to the requirements set forth herein and in other applicable sections
of the Codified Ordinances of Granville, Ohio, all subdivisions shall conform to all
applicable Federal and State regulations, rules and laws.
1109.06 JURISDICTION.
These Regulations shall apply to all subdivisions hereinafter made of lands
located in the incorporated area of the Municipality and may be applied to the
unincorporated area outside of the Municipality in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code.
1109.07 TRAFFIC IMPACT OF SUBDIVISIONS.
The Planning Commission shall not recommend nor shall Council subdivision plat unless approve a they find that such subdivision plat provides adequate ingress
and egress and does not adversely impact traffic patterns. A traffic impact study shall be conducted to determine the development's impact on municipal street patterns and pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow for any proposed residential subdivision of greater than fifteen 1( 5)units and for any commercial, industrial or institutional developments unless waived by the Planning Commission. The traffic impact study shall include any proposed offs-ite road improvements determined necessary to alleviate any impact caused by the proposed subdivision or development.
1109.08 VARIANCES.
Deviations from any of the terms of these Regulations may be recommended to Council by the Planning Commission in specific cases where topographical or other conditions justify such deviation. Deviations from any of the terms of these Regulations regarding the design, configuration or construction of any infrastructure improvements, including, but not limited to streets, paths, sidewalks, waterlines, sewer and storm lines, utility or service lines, or lighting may be authorized only by appropriate action of Council. Such modifications shall be granted only if substantial hardship or injustices would be experienced by strict compliance to the provisions of this Ordinance.
1109.09 RESUBDIVISION.
Whenever any parcel or subdivision which received final approval prior to the effective date of these Regulations is resubdivided and the width, lot lines or the area of one or more lots or the direction and location of any street is altered or modified, the resubdivision shall be submitted to the Planning Commission for approval prior to its recording.
1109.10 AMENDMENTS.
The Planning Commission may,from time to time, as it considers appropriate, recommend modifications or amendments to these regulations.
1109.11 PUBLIC HEARINGS.
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b)
C)
The Planning Commission may, on its own motion or upon the petition by any
resident of the municipality or neighboring property owners, prior to acting on a
preliminary subdivision plat for any subdivision, hold a hearing thereon at such time
and place and upon such notice as the Planning Commission may designate. All
interested parties shall be entitled to be heard at such hearing.
1109.12 ENFORCEMENT.
The Municipality may institute any appropriate action or proceeding to enjoin or
otherwise prohibit any violation of these Regulations or any provision of the Codified
Ordinances of Granville or Chapter 711 of the Ohio Revised Code.
d)
1109.13 FEES.
Fees for the various plat submittals and reviews shall be as follows:
Sketch Plan Review -No Fee.
Subdivision Without Plat -2 5$.00.
Preliminary Plat -2 0$0.00 +cost of postage, advertising and Municipal
Engineer reviews.
Final Plat -Cost of postage, advertising and Municipal Engineer reviews,
plus the following:
Number of Lots
2 through 5
6 through 15
16 and over
Fee
50.00 minimum.
100.00 +1 0$.00 per lot over the 5th lot.
250.00 +1 0$.00 per lot over the 15th lot.
1109.14 COST REIMBURSEMENT.
In addition to the fees established by 1109.13, the subdivider, developer or
owner shall pay all costs incurred by the Municipality, as the case may be, to inspect
improvements which are installed, and to provide for plat and plan review, including,
but not limited to, engineering costs and expenses.
1109.99 PENALTY.
a)
b)
In addition to any other penalties or actions permitted by law, any
subdivider, owner, agent, surveyor, engineer or other person, firm or
corporation who violates or assists in violating any part of these
Regulations or fails to comply with an order issued pursuant
hereto, shall be subject to a Civil Penalty of not more than one
thousand dollars 1(,0$00)for each violation. A separate offense shall
be deemed committed each day during or on which an offense
occurs or continues. Such sum may be recovered with costs in a civil
action in the Court of Common Pleas of Licking County, Ohio, brought by
the Law Director in the name of the Municipality and for the use thereof.
Each such person shall be deemed guilty of a separate offense for every day during any portion of which any violation of any provisions of these
Regulations, including any physical condition created in violation hereof,
continues or is committed by such person and shall be punished therefore
as provided herein and/ or as otherwise established in the Codified
Ordinances of Granville, Ohio.
CHAPTER 1113
Procedure for Plat Approval
1113.01 Sketch Plan.
1113.02 Subdivision Without Plat.
CROSS REFERENCES
1113.03 Preliminary Plat.
1113.04 Final Plat.
Plat approval by planning authority; minimum lot area -see O.R.C. 711. 09 Plat defined -see P. &Z. 1109.12
Plat approval fees P. &Z. Ch. 1117
Public use fees -see BLDG 1305.03
1113.01 SKETCH PLAN.
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e)
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b)
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b)
Subdividers are urged to discuss possible development with the
Village Planner or other designee of the Manager and the Planning
Commission prior to submission of a preliminary plat for advice and to
identify variances which will be required whether from the Planning
Commission, the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals, or Council.
If desired, a sketch plan may be prepared and presented for review and
discussion. Sketch plans should generally include those items listed in
Section 1117.02.
Discussions and/ or sketch plan review with the Village Planner or other -
designee of the Manager shall be considered as confidential between
the subdivider and the Municipality. Discussion with the Planning
Commission will, however, be in an open public meeting.
Submission of a sketch plan shall not constitute formal filing of either a preliminary or final plat.
1113.02 SUBDIVISION WITHOUT PLAT (LOT-SPLIT).
a) Written application for a subdivision without plat shall be submitted
to the Village Planner or designee of the Manager who shall review
such application for proper form and content. Upon acceptance of
the application, the Village Planner or designee of the Manager shall
process the application in accordance with this section.
The Planning Commission shall consider an application for
subdivision without plat within twenty-one (21)days after receipt of
the application and shall act on such application within thirty (30)
days after consideration, unless otherwise extended by mutual
agreement, and may approve such application provided:
1) All lots of the resulting subdivision are contiguous to dedicated a public street right-of-way for such distance as is
required by the applicable zoning district.
2) No opening, widening or extension of any road, street or other public way is involved.
3) No more than five (5)lots, each of which meet established criteria for
development, result after the original tract is completely subdivided.
4)The request for subdivision is not contrary to platting, subdividing or zoning regulations of the Municipality.
A boundary survey prepared by a registered surveyor shall be submitted with each application for subdivision without plat. Such survey shall show:
1) Boundaries of the proposed subdivision based on an accurate transverse with angular and lineal dimensions.
2) Size of all lots within the proposed subdivision with accurate dimensions in feet and hundredths with bearing in degrees and minutes. 3) Exact location, width and name of all streets or other public ways contiguous to the proposed subdivision.
4)Names of adjacent subdivisions ando/r owners of adjoining parcels wlainthd.the boundary lines of adjacent tracts of unsubdivided and subdivided
5)Scale of plan, north point and date. The location,widths of easements, parks, permanent buildings, military survey and township lines within and adjacent to the subdivision.
The Planning Commission may grant conditional approval to any proposed subdivision or lots-plit pending approval by the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals or Council of variances which may be required for development.
No application for subdivision without plat shall be approved by the Planning Commission which would result in any parcel of land becoming
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or remaining landlocked or which does not meet the conditions of this
section.
1113.03 PRELIMINARY PLAT.
a) Submission.
1) The subdivider/ developer shall prepare a preliminary plat together
with improvement plans and such other data as may be required
by Chapters 1109, 1117, 1121 or 1147.
2)
3)
Ten (10)copies of the preliminary plat and other required material
shall accompany a written application to the Planning
Commission.
For consideration at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the
Planning Commission, the application including all required
attachments shall be submitted to the Village Planner or
designee of the Manager not less than fifteen (15)calendar days
in advance of such meeting date. The application shall be
considered officially filed after it is examined by the Planning
Commission and is found to be complete in all respects. The
Planning Commission shall not consider an application for a
preliminary plat which is found to be incomplete.
b) Approval.
1) The Village Planner or other designee of the Manager shall,
within five (5)working days after submission by the
subdividerd/eveloper of the proposed preliminary plat, transmit
copies to the Municipal Engineer, the appropriate boards,
commissions and departments of the Municipality, and to all
affected local utility companies for their review, recommendations,
or action.
2)
3)
After receiving a written report from each of the officials as
specified herein, the Planning Commission shall determine
whether the preliminary plat shall be approved, approved with
modifications, conditionally approved, or disapproved.
Conditional approval may be based upon the
subdividerd/eveloper obtaining approval for any deviations or
variances from these regulations by the authority empowered
to grant such deviations or variances.
In the event a written report is not received within forty- five (45)
after the transmittal of a plat of a subdivision to the official as
specified herein, the Planning Commission shall proceed in
accordance with these Regulations.
c) Size and Scale.
1) The preliminary plat shall be clearly and legibly drawn. The scale
of the plat shall be not less than one (1) inch equals one hundred
100)feet.
2) The plat of a subdivision containing six (6)acres or less shall be
drawn at a scale of one (1)inch equals fifty (50)feet.
d) Plat Contents.
The preliminary plat shall contain the following information:
1) Proposed name of the subdivision which name shall not duplicate,
be of the same in spelling or alike in pronunciation with any other recorded subdivision. However, in the case of a subdivision
platted by phases, the subdividerd/eveloper shall be permitted to
use the same subdivision name;
Location and distance to any adjacent street intersection or plat; Names and addresses of the subdividedr/eveloper ando/r owner and surveyor;
4) Scale of the plan, north point and date;
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5) Boundaries of the subdivision indicated by a heavy line and the
acreage of the subdivision;
6) Location, widths and names of existing or platted streets, railroad
rights of way, easements, parks, permanent buildings, military
survey and township lines within and adjacent to the
subdivision;
Names of adjacent subdivisions and owners of adjoining parcels of
land, deed book and page number and adjacent zoning;
Existing contours with intervals of not more than five (5)feet where
the slope is greater than ten (10)percent, or not more than two (2)
feet where the slope is less than ten (10)percent. Elevations shall
be based on sea level datum;
Power transmission poles and lines and any other significant items;
and
Vicinity sketch at a scale not smaller than 1"=2000'.
e) Other Contents.
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8)
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Wooded areas, rivers, streams, watercourses, drainage routes
and patterns, ponding areas and wetlands.
The 100 year floodplain, including the floodway definition, of
any watercourse identified by FEMA, National Flood Insurance
Program, Flood Insurance Rate Maps.
Soils information, derived from the Soil Survey of Licking
County
Approximate building locations within 100 feet of the
subdivision.
Storm and sanitary sewers (with sizes and inverts),culverts,
drainage tile, water lines, gas lines, and utility lines and poles
within and adjacent to the site. Direction and distances to
water and sewer lines if not located on or adjacent to the tract
of land to be subdivided or developed.
Name, location, pavement and right-of-way width, and
approximate grade of proposed and existing streets within or
near the site.
Location of proposed blocks, lots (with dimensions, numbers
and building lines),reserves and purpose of reserves, and
minimum building setback lines.
Preliminary location and size of proposed storm sewers,
culverts, stormwater control facilities, sanitary sewers, and
waterlines showing easements and outlets or connections to
areas beyond the boundaries of the proposed subdivision or
development.
Lot grading elevations and major storm routing path.
Location of proposed parkland, public open space,
playground, school land, or common areas or facilities.
Location and type of other proposed improvements.
f) Additional Requirements: The following items may be required, by
the Municipality, to be included with, or supplement to the
preliminary plat or development plan.
1) Landscape Plan that is in accordance with Chapter 1193 of the Codified Ordinances.
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Screening, buffering and/ or noise abatement measures.
Location and results of soil borings or test pits.
Plat wording and/ or deed restrictions.
Land dedicated for public use, land reserved by plat wording
for public or cormon use.
cTurarbffiincgcaonndtroolthreear spuurbelisc sinacfelutdying turning lanes, special measures.
Access managdment practices to control the number and Slopceactiioanl toypf edraivndswainddthaccess points onto public righto- fw-ay. of street pavement.
Potential street locations within or adjacent to the site.
Other provisions deemed necessary to allow development
consistent with public health, safety and welfare.
1113.04 FINAL PLAT.
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e)
Submission. The final plat shall be submitted not later than twelve (12)
months after the date of approval of the preliminary plat, otherwise the
preliminary plat shall be considered void unless an extension is
requested by the subdividerd/eveloper or is a portion of an overall
development previously approved. The final plat shall be considered by
the Planning Commission and approved if found to be in full
compliance with the formal provisions of these Regulations. The final plat
shall be submitted to the Planning Commission at least thirty (30)
days prior to the meeting at which it is to be considered.
Contents. The final plat shall conform to the preliminary plat. The final
plat may constitute only that portion of the approved preliminary plat
which the subdividerd/eveloper proposes to record and develop at the
time, provided that such portion conforms with all the requirements of
these Regulations. Cross sections and profiles of streets and all other
construction drawings related to the improvements to be constructed in
the subdivision shall be submitted with the final plat.
Review. The Village Planner or designee of the Manager shall within
three (3)days after submission of the final plat transmit copies of the
plat to the appropriate Municipal departments for final study and
recommendation to the Village Planner. The cross sections and all
other construction drawings shall be forwarded to the Municipal Engineer.
After receiving a report from the Village Planner, the Planning
Commission shall notify the subdividerd/eveloper of any recommended
changes or suggestions so that the subdividerd/eveloper may correct the
final tracing. In the event a written report is not received prior to the
meeting to consider the final plat, the Planning Commission may
proceed to act in accordance with these Regulations.
The final tracing shall be submitted at least five (5)working days
prior to the meeting at which the plat is to be considered by the
Planning Commission. The Planning Commission shall approve
or disapprove the final plat within thirty (30)days of consideration,
unless mutually extended. If the subdividerd/eveloper resubmits a plat having incorporated any amendments or changes required to
meet the provisions of these Regulations, the Planning Commission shall approve the plat.
Form. The final plat shall be clearly and legibly drawn in permanent ink
on mylar or equivalent. The size of the plat shall be eighteen (18)by
twenty- four (24)inches in size. The plat of a subdivision containing six 6)acres or less shall be drawn at a scale of one (1)inch equals fifty 5( 0) feet. All other subdivisions shall be drawn at a scale of one 1( )inch equals one hundred (100)feet, unless otherwise required by the Planning Commission.
Plat Contents. The final plat shall contain the following information: 1) Name of the subdivision and location;
2) Accurate traverse of subdivision boundary with true angles and distances to an error of closure of 1: 10,000;
3) Bearing and distances to the nearest established street lines, military survey or township lines, or other recognized permanent monuments which shall be accurately described on the plat; 4) Municipal, military survey or township lines accurately tied to the lines of the subdivision by distances and bearings;
5) Names of streets within the plat;
6) Length of all arcs, chord and chord bearings, radii, internal angles, points of curvature and tangent bearings;
7) All easements for rights of way provided for public services or utilities, and any limitations of such easements;
8) All lot numbers and lines with accurate dimensions in feet and hundredths, and with bearings or angles to street and alley or crosswalk way lines;
9) Accurate locations of all monuments;
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10) Accurate outlines of any areas to be dedicated or temporarily
reserved for public use with the purpose indicated thereon;
11) Building setback lines with dimensions;
12) The width at the building lines when lots are located on a curve or
when side lot lines are at angles other than ninety (90)degrees;
13) Protective covenants;
14) Certification, with seal by a registered professional engineer or
registered land surveyor with the State, that the survey and plat are
correct;
15) Notarized certification, by the owner or owners, of the adoption of
the plat and the dedication of streets and other public areas;
16) Certificate for approval of the Planning Commission;
17) A certificate to provide for the County Recorder;
18) A certificate to provide for the County Auditor;
19) Certificate for approval by the Municipal Engineer; and
20) Such other certificates of approval by proper authority.
g) Approval. The subdivider shall be notified of the final action of the
Planning Commission, and shall record the final plat in the office of the
County Recorder, within sixty (60)days after the date of approval,
otherwise the plat shall be considered void. The subdivider/ developer
shall, immediately upon recording, furnish the Municipality with five (5)
prints of the recorded plat.
CHAPTER 1115
ENVIRONMENT AND LAND SUITABILITY
1115.01 Land Suitability. 1115.05 Wetlands.
1115.02 Floodplain. 1115.06 Sites for Public Uses.
1115.03 Watercourses and Drainageways. 1115.07 Wooded Areas.
1115.04 Soils with Development Limitations.
CROSS REFERENCE
Tree and Landscape Requirements -see P. &Z. Chapter 1193.
Flood Hazard Overlay District -see P. &Z. Chapter 1177.
Soils -Soil Survey of Licking County, Ohio.
1115.01 LAND SUITABILITY.
Land the Planning Commission finds unfavorable for development due to
flooding, improper drainage, slopes, geology, soil conditions, utility water quality or quantity, easements or other features which may reasonably be considered
environmentally harmful or detrimental to the safety, health and welfare of present or future residents of the subject or surrounding area, shall not be subdivided or developed unless measures adequate to resolve the problems are formulated by the applicant and approved by the Planning Commission.
1115.02 FLOODPLAIN.
When a portion of the property is in a floodplain, the subdividerd/eveloper shall include the location in the plans. The location of the floodplain areas shall be determined by the National Flood Insurance Program N( FIP)maps and data or data developed by a Registered Professional Engineer using accepted engineering practices. Any development within the floodplain areas must be in compliance with Chapter 1177 of the Codified Ordinances.
1115.03 WATERCOURSES AND DRAINAGEWAYS.
The applicant shall take steps to assure watercourses, drainageways, streams, creeks, ditches or swales continue to function in their natural or intended manner. Plans for changes to such drainageways and watercourses, etc. shall be submitted for approval.
1115.04 SOILS WITH DEVELOPMENT LIMITATIONS.
Soils with potential wetness, drainage or strength limitations are identified by the Soil Survey of Licking County, Ohio. The Soil Survey notes limitations for homesites, roads, and other development activities. Special street sections may be required to
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deal with soil limitations. Plat wording or deed restrictions may be required to alert
future owners of lots to potential limitations or to otherwise specify development
conditions or restrictions.
1115.05 WETLANDS.
In addition to these Regulations, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Ohio
EPA may have jurisdiction over wetlands. Subdivision approvals may be revoked if the
subdividerd/eveloper fails to secure proper permits.
1115.06 SITES FOR PUBLIC USES.
Consideration shall be given to preserving natural features such as scenic
areas, watercourses, stands of trees, and to providing suitable areas for playgrounds,
schools, parks and recreational facilities. Sites may be dedicated to the public or
reserved by deed or plat wording.
1115.07 WOODED AREAS.
When wooded areas are developed the subdividerd/eveloper shall plan for the
retention of as many trees and as much of the area's character as possible, pursuant to Chapter 1193 of the Codified Ordinances. Care should be taken to maximize the
aesthetic value of the trees and avoid safety and maintenance liabilities for future
owners. Development impacts shall be minimized with proper construction and urban
forestry management practices.
CHAPTER 1117
Design Standards
1117.01 Evaluation of plans.
1117.02 Streets and highways.
1117.03 Access Management.
1117.04 Service Roads.
1117.05 Stormwater Management.
1117.06 Easements.
1117.07 Lots and building setback lines.
1117.08 Survey Monuments.
1117.09 Street construction plan and profile.
1117.10 Drainage structures.
1117.11 Sidewalks.
1117.12 Treelawn.
1117.13 Building permits.
1117.14 Plantings.
1117.15 Public Street Lighting
Plan.
1117.16 Street Name Signs.
1117.17 Traffic Control Signs.
CROSS REFERENCES
Cornerstones and permanent markers -see Ohio R.C. 711. 03, 711. 14 Streets -see S.U. &P.S. Ch. 901
Sidewalks -see S.U. &P.S. Ch. 905, Ch. 907
Sewer regulations and charges -see S. U. &P. S. Ch. 921, Ch. 923 Water regulations and charges -see S.U. &P.S. Ch. 925
Improvements -see P. &Z. Ch. 1121
1117.01 EVALUATION OF PLANS.
The Subdivision and Development Regulations, principles, standards and requirements set forth herein shall be applied by the Planning Commission in evaluating the proposed subdivision plans submitted for their consideration. However, if physical conditions interfere, the Planning Commission may recommend deviation from the established requirement so as to carry out the overall intent that these standards.
1117.02 STREETS AND HIGHWAYS.
a) Streets shall be logically related to the topography so as to produce usable lots, reasonable grades, a minimum of topographical or physical alterations and multiple access.
b) Local streets shall be so laid out as to discourage their use by through traffic. Further, the arrangement of streets shall provide for the continuation of appropriate projection of the streets to serve the adjacent lands wherever topographic and other physical conditions permit.
c) Where a subdivision abuts or contains an existing or proposed major highway of primary classification, the Planning Commission may require a frontage road, nonaccess reservation along the rear of the property
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contiguous to such highway or such other treatment as may be necessary
for adequate protection of residential properties and to separate local and
through traffic.
Where a subdivision borders on or contains a railroad right of way or
limited access highway right of way the Planning Commission may
require a street approximately parallel to and on each side of such right of
way at a distance suitable for the appropriate use of the intervening land.
Such distances shall also be determined with regard for the requirements
of approach grades and future separations.
Buffer strips or lots intended to restrict access from adjacent private or
public areas shall be prohibited.
Double- frontage lots are prohibited, unless the street to the rear is a
service road or alley. The Planning Commission may determine
double- frontage lots or reverse-frontage lots are necessary to meet
the objectives of Access Management, Section 1117.03.
A tangent at least one hundred (100)feet long shall be introduced
between reverse curves on arterial and collector streets.
Streets shall be laid out so as to intersect as near as possible at right
angles.
Dead-end streets shall be prohibited except as stubs to permit further
street extensions into adjoining undeveloped tracts or when designed as
cul-de-sacs.
All street right of ways shall not be less than the width specified as
follows:
STREET TYPE
Arterial
Collector
Local
Cul-de-sac
Service
MINIMUM WIDTH (feet)
70
60
60
60f
50
Street grades shall conform to the following specifications:
STREET TYPE
Arterial
Collector
Local
Cul-de-sac
Service
MAXIMUM GRADE (percent)
8
10
10
10
10
The minimum grade for collector or local streets shall be one-half (1/2)of one (1) percent.
Cul-de-sacs are permitted where the street length does not exceed thousand five one hundred (1, 500)feet and where a turn-around with a right- ofw-ay radius of fifty (50)feet is provided. The pavement of a turning circle at the end of a cul-de-sac shall have a minimum
radius of thirty-seven and one-half (37 1/2)feet measured from
vertical face of curb to vertical face of curb. The Planning
Commission may require a right-of-way reserved for access to adjoining
private or public land. Cul-de-sacs with islands shall have a minimum
of thirty (30)feet of pavement width around the island measured from vertical face of curb to vertical face of curb.
Streets shall be constructed to conform with the specifications as set forth by the Municipal Engineer which are to be considered as minimum standards.
Minimum centerline radius for horizontal curves shall be as follows:
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STREET TYPE
Arterial
Collector
Local
Cul-de-sac
Service
RADIUS (feet)
1000
300
100
300
100
No street name of plat name shall be used which will duplicate, or be
confused with, the name of any existing street or plat in Licking County.
Street names and plat names shall be subject to the approval of the
Planning Commission.
Roadway widths, vertical face of curb to vertical face of curb shall not be
less than:
STREET TYPE
Arterial
Collector
Local
Cul-de-sac
Service
MINIMUM WIDTH (feet)
36
28
26
26
26
Minimum standards to determine roadway width:
STREET TYPE
Arterial
Collector
Local
Cul-de-sac
Service
Intersection Standards:
PARKING LANE
WIDTH (FEET)
None
8
8
8
8
TRAVEL LANE
WIDTH (FEET)
12 (3 Lanes)
10
9
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9
3%m a(x.)
75 degrees
90 degrees preferred)
Design Element Standard
Maximum Approach Speed 25 mph
Clear Sight Distance 100 feet
Length along each approach leg)
Profile Grade Approach to Intersection
Minimum Angle of Intersection
Streets shall remain in the angle
of intersection for at least 100 feet
Minimum Curb Return Radius
a) Curbed (face of curb) 25 feet
b) Uncurbed (edge of pavement) 30 feet
Minimum centerline offset of adjacent intersections
a)Arterial 300 feet
b) Collector 200 feet
c) Local 150 feet
d) Cul-de-sac 150 feet
e) Service 100 feet
1117.03 ACCESS MANAGEMENT
a) Traffic safety measures and the location and number of access points onto existing and proposed streets shall be as required by the Planning Commission upon consideration of the
recommendation by the Municipal Engineer, Service Director or Village Planner. In order to improve access control or safety, the following may be required:
1) Service roads.
2) Reverse frontage lots with access on interior streets.
3) Buffering and screening, or other treatment for separation of through traffic and impacts from development areas. 4) Driveways with turnarounds.
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5) Combined access points to the public right-of-way.
6) Restrictions on the number and location of drives.
7) Driveway/ access easements be provided for adjoining parcels.
b) The arrangement of streets shall consider existing and planned
streets, topographical conditions, public convenience and safety
and proposed land use. Provision shall be made for continuation of
streets where adjoining land is not subdivided. Local residential
streets shall be designed to discourage through traffic.
1117.04 SERVICE ROADS.
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Service Roads shall be provided in commercial and industrial districts,
except that the Planning Commission may waive this requirement where
other definite and assured provision is made for service access such as
off-street loading and parking adequate for the uses proposed.
Service Roads shall be prohibited in residential areas unless necessary
because of topography or other exceptional circumstances as
determined by the Planning Commission.
1117.05 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT STANDARDS
a) Guidelines &Criteria. Design of stormsewers, drainage structures
and stormwater management facilities shall be in accordance with
requirements of the Municipal Engineer and Service Director.
b) Stormwater Manaaement Policy. No subdivision or development
having inadequate storm drainage or other wetness, drainage or
flooding impairment shall be approved. The Municipality shall
determine if and how stormwater run-off rates or volumes shall be
controlled. Ownership and maintenance of drainage and stormwater
management features shall be determined prior to final plat
approval.
1117.06 EASEMENTS.
a) In general, utility easements shall be a minimum width of twenty (20)feet
and located at the side or rear of lots whenever possible.
b) Where a subdivision is traversed by a watercourse, drainage way,
channel or stream, there shall be provided a storm water easement or
drainage right of way not less than twenty (20)feet in width, conforming
substantially with the lines of such watercourse.
1117.07 LOTS AND BUILDING SETBACK LINES.
Lots and building setback lines shall be in accordance with the regulations of the
Zoning Ordinance.
1117.08 SURVEY MONUMENTS.
a) A complete survey of a proposed subdivision shall be made by a
registered surveyor. The traverse of the exterior boundaries of the
subdivision and each block, when computed from field measurements of
the ground, shall close within a limit of error of one (1)foot to ten
thousand (10,000)of the perimeter before balancing survey.
b) Permanent reference monuments made of stone, concrete or other
material accepted by the Municipal Engineer, at least thirty (30)
inches in length and six (6)inches round with suitable center point, shall be located and placed within the subdivision. The monuments shall be
located and placed as soon as the grading of streets is completed and the
cost shall be included in the total estimated cost of improvements.
Iron pin monuments one-half 1/2)inch in diameter and thirty (30)inches
long, shall be placed by the surveyor at all points on boundary lines where there is a change of direction and at all lot corners.
1117.09 STREET CONSTRUCTION PLAN AND PROFILE.
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a) A plan and profile of streets shall be submitted for review bythe
Municipal Engineer with the final plat.
b) The plan and profile shall be drawn in permanent ink on mylar or
equivalent on a maximum sheet size oftwenty- four ( 24)by thirty-six (36)
inches. The following maximum scales shall apply:
1) Horizontal scale: One (1)inch equals one hundred (100)feet.
2) Vertical scale: One (1)inch equals ten (10)feet.
c) The plan shall contain the width of the right ofway;the profile of the
existing terrain;the centerline grade;typical cross section;estimated
quantities;the size of all drainage structures except driveway and culverts
and the area draining into each structure and the direction of flow. If the
drainage outlet is not located within the subdivision, it shall be shown on
the plat.
d) The profile elevations shall be shown from a United States Geological
Survey bench mark.
e) The cross section shall show the existing ground and proposed grades
taken at a minimum of one hundred ( 100)foot stations, and shall show
the elevations of side ditch drainage. The cross section shall cover an
area fifteen (15)feet outside the limits of the proposed right of way.
f) The typical cross section shall show such other information as required by
the Municipal Engineer.
g) Sanitary sewer plans and profiles, where applicable shall show the
locations, grades, sizes, elevations and materials of required facilities.
h) Storm sewer plans and profiles, where applicable, shall show the
locations, grades, sizes, cross sections, elevations and materials of
required facilities. Inlets or catch basins shall not be located within
the corner radius or within six (6)feet of either end of the radius. All
grates for inlets or catch basins shall be bicycle safe.
i) Water main plans and profiles, where applicable, shall show the
locations, sizes, elevations and materials of required facilities.
j) Additional special plans or information shall be included as required.
1117. 10 DRAINAGE STRUCTURES.
All drainage structures shall be approved by the Municipal Engineer.
1117.11 SIDEWALKS.
Sidewalks shall have a minimum width of five (5)feet, be located within the
street right of way, be constructed in accordance with Chapter 907.05, Materials
Specifications. All corners shall be designed to ODOT Standards. All sidewalks shall
be considered as part of the street. All sidewalks shall be installed by the
subdividerd/eveloper prior to the beginning of the OneY-ear Warranty Period as
described in Section 1121. 02(e).
1117.12 TREELAWN
The area between the back of the curb and the edge of the sidewalk shall have a
minimum width of six (6)feet.
1117.13 BUILDING PERMITS.
No building permit shall be issued for erection of a structure on any lot of record
until all the re4uirements of these Regulations have been met or as otherwise
determined by the Manager.
1117.14 PLANTINGS.
Proposed land subject to public dedication shall have Planning Commission
approval of the type and location of trees and shrubs prior to planting so as to conform
with the Tree and Landscape Ordinance of the Municipality.
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1117.15 PUBLIC STREET LIGHTING PLAN.
The subdividerd/eveloper shall submit a Public Street Lighting Plan to provide
public street lights throughout the subdivision/ development within the right- of-way. The
plan shall be reviewed and approved by the Planning Commission. The type of fixture
and details of installation shall conform to the standards established by the Municipality
at the time the plan is submitted.
1117.16 STREET NAME SIGNS.
The subdivider/ developer shall construct and install street name signs. Street
name signs shall be designed according to such requirements as established by the
Municipality at the time the sign design is submitted.
1117.17 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES.
The subdivider/ developer shall prepare and submit a Traffic Control Plan to be
reviewed and approved by the Service Director. The subdividerd/eveloper shall install
all traffic control devices throughout the subdivision/ development. All traffic control
devices shall be in accordance to the Ohio Department of Transportation, Manual of
Uniform Traffic Control Devices. All traffic control devices shall be installed prior to the
beginning of the one-year warranty period as described in Section 1121.02(e).
1121. 01 Compliance.
CHAPTER 1121
Improvements
1121. 02 Bond.
CROSS REFERENCES
Inspection of construction; acceptance -see Ohio R.C. 711. 091
Municipality may adopt standards for construction -see Ohio R.C. 711. 101
Excavations -see S.U. 7 P.S. Ch. 903
Sewer regulations and charges -see S.U. &P.S. Ch. 921, Ch. 923
Water regulations and charges -see S.U. &P.S. Ch 925
Improved defined -see P. &Z. 1105.01 (j)
1121. 01 COMPLIANCE.
Improvements relating to infrastructure, whether design, configuration or construction and whether of streets, ways, paths, sidewalks, water lines, sewer or storm
lines, utility or service lines, or lighting, shall be required in accordance with the
determinations of Council. In no case, however, shall they be less than the
requirements for the County.
1121.02 BOND.
a) General. The subdividerd/eveloper shall guarantee the construction of all required improvements in one of the following ways:
1) The subdividerd/eveloper shall, prior to construction of the
improvements, seek preliminary approval by the Planning
Commission. The subdividerd/eveloper may construct all
improvements. Upon completion of such improvements and their
acceptance by the Municipal Engineer and Council, the
subdividedr/eveloper may request approval by the Planning Commission.
2) The subdividerd/eveloper may furnish a surety bond equal to the estimated cost of construction of all the improvements. The
estimate shall be furnished by the Municipal Engineer.
3) The subdividerd/eveloper may make a cash deposit with the
legislative authority in an amount equal to the estimated cost of improvements. The performance bond or cash deposit shall run to the Municipality and shall provide that the
subdividerd/eveloper, hish/er heirs, successors and assigns, their agent or servants, shall comply with all applicable terms,
conditions, provisions and requirements. Before such bond is accepted it shall be approved by the Municipal Engineer and Council.
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4) The subdivider/ developer may furnish the Municipality with an
irrevocable letter of credit or such other credit instrument as may
be approved by Council in an amount equal to the estimated cost
of construction of all improvements. Any such "credit"l,e t"ter of
credit"d, o"cumentary draft"d, o"cumentary demand of payment"or
other approved engagement shall designate the Municipality as
beneficiary"and shall be in such form and upon such condition as
may be established by Council.
Extension of Time. The construction of all improvements for which a
surety bond or cash deposit had been provided by the
subdividerd/eveloper shall be completed within one 1( )year after the
subdivision has received final approval. If the subdividerd/eveloper fails
to complete such improvements within the prescribed time, he/she must
show cause why the bond or the cash payment should not be forfeited.
The Manager may, if reasonable cause is shown, grant an extension of
time not to exceed six (6)months, at the end of which time if the
improvements still remain incomplete, the Manager may request Council
to initiate legal action to enforce compliance.
Inspections. During the construction of the subdivision improvements,
periodic inspections shall be made by the Municipality. The
subdivider/ developer shall notify the proper administrative officer when
each phase of an improvement is ready for inspection. When acceptable
evidence had been received by the Manager that all improvements have
been adequately constructed, the Manager may recommend that the
surety bond or cash deposit be released.
As-Built Drawings. Improvements shall be installed as shown in the
plans. A" sb- uilt"drawings shall be provided by the subdividerd/eveloper
on mylar. "As-built"drawings shall include locations, dimensions and
specifications which differ from originally approved plans.
One-Year Warranty Period. There shall be a one-year warranty
period for all improvements made as part of the subdivision/ development.
All improvements must be completed and approved by the Municipality
before the warranty period shall begin. In no event shall the Warranty
Period commence until As-Built drawings have been submitted and
approved by the Municipality. The final course of asphalt, if applicable,
shall be permitted to be installed at the end of the one-year warranty
period.
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.

GILL Ok.ry)2 4 i(. 1 _ Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
12L »«- Law pifector 7
day of AU\ OUS+
Mayor
1995.

Ordinance 20-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 20-95
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AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL EXISTING SECTION 373.11 OF
THE GRANVILLE CODIFIED ORDINANCES AND ADOPT A NEW
SECTION 373.11.
WHEREAS, the Chief of Police has determined that existing Section
373.11 of the Codified Ordinances is inadequate.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of
Granville, Ohio that:
Section I: Existing Section 373.11 of the Codified Ordinance of the Village of
Granville, Ohio is hereby repealed and a new Section is hereby
adopted as follows:
373.11 WHEELED DEVICES IN VILLAGE BUSINESS, VILLAGE
SQUARE AND VILLAGE INSTITUTIONAL DISTRICTS.
a) No person shall recklessly operate, move or cause the
movement of any wheeled device, including but not limited to
bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, or in-line skates anywhere
within the Village Business, Village Square, or Village Institutional
Districts.
b) No person shall park, leave, store or otherwise place any
wheeled device anywhere within the Village Business, Village
Square or Village Institutional District in such a manner as to
obstruct or hinder the normal or customary entrances to or exits
from any building or place or in such a manner as to obstruct or
hinder the normal or customary use of any sidewalk or walkway.
c) For purposes of this Section, "recklessly"is defined to mean
any conduct which causes damage to or the destruction of any
public or private property or is reasonably likely to result in such
damage or destruction. Recklessly is further defined to include any
conduct which causes or is reasonably likely to result in any injury
to any person.
Section 11: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the
earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this 6 day of
Attest:
CJ/ith6'0/ Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
Q2,ALK--- Law fector
5ap* tr4/ 1995.
U<S«AMayor

Ordinance 19-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 19-95
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BY:
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 44-94 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1995 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, 1995 and ending December
31, 1995, 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. 44-94, 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, 1995, the following appropriations are
hereby made in the General Fund:
Account
Contractual Services -
Design -Cherry Valley Rd Improvements
Add
9,960
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
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Attest:
Clxu-*-
Clerk of Council h a 'l iv*3
Approve a o Form: /
3l.l:- 1 Lawirector
day of 14 1995.
1443111 Vice Mayor I

Ordinance 18-1995

ORDINANCE NO. 18-95
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AN ORDINANCE TO REZONE PROPERTIES FROM AN IMPROPER ZONING
CLASSIFICATION TO THE PROPER ZONING CLASSIFICATION.
WHEREAS, the Village Planner, during review of the Official Zoning Map, has identified
several properties improperly zoned and;
WHEREAS, these new zoning classifications more accurately reflect the use of the
properties, and;
WHEREAS, the new zoning classifications will allow the property owners to continue to
use their property as they currently use the property, and;
WHEREAS, the existing zoning would put unusual burdens on the property owners in
their use of the property and removal of the existing zoning does not take any rights away from
the property owners;
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville, State of
Ohio that:
Section I:
Section 11:
Section 111:
Passed this
The accompanying map depicting the properties to be rezoned hereto attached
and Marked "Exhibit A",shall govern the zoning classification for each parcel.
The property described in "Exhibit A"shall be classified as follows:
Property Address
447 North Pearl Street
445 North Pearl Street
116 Chapin Place
115 Chapin Place (Lot 15)
114 Chapin Place (Lot 14)
113 Chapin Place
N/A
112 Chapin Place
111 Chapin Place (Lots 10 &11)
N/A
109 Chapin Place
379 Welsh Hills Road
411 Welsh Hills Road
Lot 536-10 ( 8.929 acres)
451 Welsh Hills Road
469 Welsh Hills Road
493 Welsh Hills Road
509 Welsh Hills Road
Current
Owner of Property Zoning
Robert L. &Phyllis Z. Shannon ID
Karen B. Huff ID
Daniel 0. &Virginia Fletcher ID
Denison University ID
Denison University ID
Michael D. &Amy G. Gordon ID
RESERVE ID
W.Stephen &K. Sue Nadolson ID
Sidney W. &Evangeline G. Millard ID
RESERVE ID
Philip &Katheryn Stukus ID
Kirk D. &Nancy E. Milleman ID/SRD-A
Robert L. &Marjorie E. Mathias ID/PUD
Denison University ID/PUD
John M. &Florence S. Herbert ID
Robert T. &Connie S. Westbrook ID
Baird A. &Norma Krueger ID
Allen A. &Thelma C. Evans ID
Proper
Zoning
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
ID
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
SRD-A
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force and effect upon the earliest date allowed by law.
5th
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Approved 197Form:
Lawpirector
day of dOI 1995.
VYite Mayor

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