Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 23-1996

ORDINANCE NO 23-96
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BY: f ?/no*r1,tr AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR BOB
EVANS FARMS WITH CONDITIONS.
WHEREAS,On May 3, 1996,Bob Evans Farms submitted an application for a PUD
Development Plan to construct a 167 seat Bob Evans restaurant with parking facilities,and;
WHEREAS,that application was considered by the Planning Commission on May 20,
1996,and;
WHEREAS,The Planning Commission determined the development plan as
submitted should be rejected,and;
WHEREAS,On July 17, 1996,Village Council adopted Ordinance No. 21-96
approving the development plan for Bob Evans Farms with conditions,and;
WHEREAS,On July 31, 1996,Council adopted Ordinance No. 22-96 rescinding
Ordinance No. 21-96 as a consequence of failure to properly publish the announcement for
public hearing,and;
WHEREAS,Council has again considered the recommendation ofthe Planning
Commission pursuant to Chapter 1143 ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances.
NOW THEREFORE,be it resolved by the Council of the Village of Granville that:
Section I: The Development Plan as submitted to the Planning Commission is approved
with the following conditions:
Passed this
A. A three foot landscaping buffer shall be located to the rear of the structure
such that all parking at the site shall be ten (10)feet from the building.
B. Two signs shall be installed neither exceeding 44 square feet,for a total
allowable sign area of 88 square feet.
C. The color of the restaurant's roof and awnings is to be gray.
D. That all other conditions of the development plan as submitted to the
Planning Commission on May 20,1996 shall be met including landscaping and site placement.
E, All infrastructure and other required improvements including roadway and
entrances shall be constructed according to the specifications established by the Village.
Attest:
Clerk of Council /
ApproSd- 9Mo Form:
ld13\1-/L-ncr
Lawpirector
day of 0Fepn6€r 1996.
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Ordinance 22-1996

ORDINANCE NO 22-96
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BY: Fey,hy
AN ORDINANCE TO RESCIND ORDINANCE NO. 21-96,APPROVING
THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR BOB EVANS FARMS WITH
CONDITIONS AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS,on July 17,1996,Council adopted Ordinance No. 21-96 approving the
PUD Development Plan of Bob Evans with conditions pursuant to Chapter 1143 of the
Codified Ordinances of the Village of Granville.
WHEREAS,Upon review of Chapter 1143 of the Codified Ordinances,it has been
determined that the publication of public hearing for Ordinance No. 21-96 was not timely,
and;
WHEREAS,as a consequence ofthe failure to properly publish the announcement for
public hearing of Ordinance No. 21-96,it is the opinion of Council that Ordinance No. 21-96
is not valid.
Section I:
NOW THEREFORE,be it resolved by the Council ofthe Village of Granville that:
Ordinance No. 21-96 approving the development plan for Bob Evans Farms is
hereby rescinded in its entirety.
Section II: It is the opinion of Council that this ordinance be an emergency measure
necessary for the immediate preservation of the publicpeace,health,safety and
welfare of the Municipality and its inhabitants. Whereiore,this ordinance shall
be in full force and effect irom and immediately upon passage.
Passed this 31 day of
Attest:
00-p-a_A.K rn£2-Al Clerk of Council i
Approorm:v«F«
Laref'*s4'- -
Law, Efirector
1996.
4118 3/lifL.Y Mayor

Ordinance 21-1996

ORDINANCE NO 21-96
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BY. E / Senkt] AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR BOB
EVANS FARMS WITH CONDITIONS.
WHEREAS,On May 3, 1996,Bob Evans Farms submitted an application for a PUD
Development Plan to construct a 167 seat Bob Evans restaurant with parking facilities,and;
WHEREAS,that application was considered by the Planning Commission on May 20,
1996,and;
WHEREAS,The Planning Commission determined the development plan as
submitted should be rejected,and;
WHEREAS,Council has considered the recommendation of the Planning
Commission pursuant to Chapter 1143 of the Granville Codified Ordinances,and;
WHEREAS,Council determined on July 17, 1996,to approve the PUD Development
Plan of Bob Evans with conditions.
NOW THEREFORE,be it resolved by the Council ofthe Village of Granville that:
Section I: The Development Plan as submitted to the Planning Commission is approved
with the following conditions:
A. A three foot landscaping buffer shall be located to the rear of the structure
such that all parking at the site shall be ten (10)feet from the building.
B. Two signs,as approved by the Planning Commission shall be installed
neither exceeding 44 square feet,for a total allowable sign area of 88 square feet.
C. The color ofthe restaurant's roof is to be gray instead of red
D. That all other conditions of the development plan as submitted to the
Planning Commission on May 20, 1996 shall be met including landscaping and
site placement.
E. All infrastructure and other required improvements shall be constructed
according to the specifications established by the Village.
Passed this 17 day of July,1996.
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204 2»0 Clerk of Council
Appro4F3or'm»:
t<lu*, SL-/
Lawrect*or
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Ordinance 20-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 20-96
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BY: bnrntf,
Section I:
AN ORDINANCE TO CREATE A FANCHION R. AND RAYMOND J.
LEWIS TY TAWEL FARM MEMORIAL FUND.
Be it ordained by the Council of Granville,Ohio,that:
There is hereby created a Fanchion R. and Raymond J. Lewis Ty Tawel Farm
Memorial Fund G4-H-183,which is to consist of monies contributed thereto by
the public to be used for the purpose of maintaining and improving the
Fanchion R. and Raymond J. Lewis Ty Tawel Farm Memorial Park.
Section II: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this 7 day of
Attest:
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Approved as to form:
141IL I/7'* Law Director
AjlkS# 1996.
Mayor

Ordinance 19-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 19-96
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BY: rf6nArn/, rc( AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 37-95 PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR 1996 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS,pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article II ofthe 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 recommended appropriations to supplement previously
made appropriations.
NOW,THEREFORE,Be it ordained by the Council of Granville,Ohio,that:
Section I:
Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
The annual budget ofthe Village of Granville,as established by Ordinance No.
37-95,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, 1996,the following appropriation is hereby made
in the General Fund:
Account No.
Al-7-K230
Account
Contractual Services -
Legal Fees
Add
20,000
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
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Attest:
Ba* Clerk of Council48- Y
Approv oan:
Law rector
day of
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Mayo-rOry-id/9/

Ordinance 18-1996

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BY: tbisha,26
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 509.02 c( )5,09.03 a( )1(),a ()2(),
AND a( )5()5,09.03 e( )5,09.05 c( )509.09 b( )5,21.08 g( )A,ND 529.07 d( )OF
THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
WHEREAS,certain provisions of Chapter 509,521, and 529 have been determined to
inadequately address certain provisions regarding disorderly conduct,health,safety,and
sanitation,and liquor control;and
that:
Section I:
WHEREAS,Granville Village Council has determined to amend these provisions
NOW,THEREFORE,be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Granville,Ohio
Section 509.02 ( c)of the Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
c)Whoever violates this section is guilty of failure to disperse,a misdemeanor of the third degree.
Section II: Section 509.03a( )1()ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended
to read as follows:
a)No person owner of property or lessee shall recklessly cause,or in the case of owner or lessee,permit inconvenience,annoyance or alarm to another,by
doing or permitting any of the following:
1) Engaging in fighting,in threatening harm to persons or property,or in
violent or turbulent behavior or allowing such conduct on property under his, her or their control;
Section III: Sectien 509.03 a( 2)()ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
2)Making,or,on property under his,her or their control,permitting
unreasonable noise or offensively coarse utterance,gesture or display or communicating unwarranted and grossly abusive language to any person, which by its very utterance or usage inflicts injury or tends to incite an immediate breach of the peace;
Section IV: Section 509.03 a( 5)()ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
5) Recklessly creating,or on property under his,her or their control, allowing,a condition which is physically offensive to persons or which presents laarwisfkulof physical harm to persons or property,by any act which serves no and reasonable purpose of the offender.
Section V: Section 509.03e( )ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
e)Whoever violates this section is guilty of disorderly conduct,a mis- demeanor ofthe third degree except that ifthe offender persists in disorderly
ORDINANCE NO. 18-96
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Section VI:
Section VII:
Section VIII:
Section IX:
Section X:
Passed this
Attest:
conduct after reasonable warning or request to desist or if the offender is within
500 feet of the boundaries of any school, school premises or school building,
disorderly conduct is a misdemeanor ofthe second degree.
Section 509.05 (c)ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to
read as follows:
c)Whoever violates this section is guilty of misconduct at an emergency,a
misdemeanor of the forth degree. If violation of this section creates a risk of
physical harm to persons or property,misconduct at an emergency is a
misdemeanor of the third degree.
Section 509.09 (b)ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
b)Whoever violates any provision ofthis section is guilty of a misdemeanor of
the third degree.
Section 521.08 (g)ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
g)Whoever violates subsection ( e)hereof is guilty of a misdemeanor of the
fourth degree.
Section 529.07(d)ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
d)Whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth
degree.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest period
allowed by law.
17 day of
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01k o*fCouncil
Approved as to Form:
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Mayor
1996.
Law Director

Ordinance 17-1996

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BY: 0630-A- ORDINANCENO.179- 6 4 )4#42,
AN ORDINANCE FOR ESTABLISH[NG A SIX (6)MONTH MORATORIUM ON THE
ISSUANCE OF CERTAIN BUILDING PERMITS,WITH POSSIBLE RENEWAL OF SIX (6)
ADDITIONAL MONTHS IF NECESSARY,PROVIDING FOR THE REVIEW OF THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE VILLAGE.
NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,
THAT:
Section I: Legislative intent and purposes. The Village Council ofthe Village of Granville,Licking
County,Ohio is intensely concerned with the present zoning law's effect on growth,
development,environmental sensitivity and the health,safety,and general welfare ofthe
Village since adopting the Zoning Code on May 20, 1970,and it has been amended from time
to time since that date. A Comprehensive Plan for the Village of Granvillewprepared in
©ecember 1990 by Woolpert Consulting of Dayton,Ohio. Although the Village had made
Oome use ofthis Plan,the common knowledge ofthe Village and its citizens is that the Plan
has not been fully implemented and that its contents do not necessarily reflect the concerns of
Section II:
this particular locale. Furthermore,the Plan requires Development Controls Review on an
annual basis for the purpose of accommodating new growth and development;this
Development Control Review element has not been implemented.
As an incorporated Village,Granville is a very special place with a great wealth of historic
properties,self- evident aesthetic qualities,significant charitable institutions,and a thriving
economy. However,the Village currently faces significant development and growth pressures
i and uncertainties. A part ofthe pressure stems from the likely new construction in the area
between the Village of Granville and the City ofNewark. Two uncertainties exist and will
create the need to supplement or amend the Village's Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code:
first,the possible annexation of a part of Granville Township to the Village which is pending
before the Licking County Commissioners,and, second,the possible merger ofthe Village
with Granville Township which is under study. It is reasonably anticipated that,by engaging
in a review and likely revision of the Comprehensive Plan and the possible need to extend the
Zoning Code into new Village territory,a rush of applications for new development is likely to
be received from applicants hoping to avoid compliance with a reinvigorated Comprehensive
Plan and/ or the Village's Zoning Code.
The threat of possible damage to the Village from the conditions stated above is substantial
and irreversible,and it is apparent to the Village Council that the character,health,and
general welfare of Granville cannot be protected during this period ofuncertainty and revision
by reliance on the current Plan and Code alone.
Recognizing that the completion of these efforts and compliance with the necessary legal
requirements and procedures is both time-consuming and subject to long delays,the Village
Council finds that,pending completion of the necessary studies,preparations,and hearings
incident to the revision of the Comprehensive Plan and any necessary changes in the Zoning
Code,and pending the decisions on the annexation and merger issues,reasonable measures
must be taken during an interim period to protect the deliberations and thorough review by the
public,the Village Council,the Village Planning Commission,and other interested agencies,
any significant new construction or development in the areas or districts where changes are contemplated or possible may destroy,impair,or materially damage the purposes ofthe
revision process.
It is the intention of the Village Council to protect the integrity of the revision process pending
its completion,and to prevent the creation of development incompatible or inconsistent with
the anticipated Comprehensive Plan provisions ( and revised Zoning Code)which would
violate its basic intent and purpose. It is further the intention ofthe Village Council to provide
for the orderly transition within the time necessary to accomplish these tasks by hereby
adopting,pursuant to its home rule power in the State ofOhio,interim legislation for a reasonable time during consideration of the changes in the Comprehensive Plan,Zoning Code, and the boundaries ofthe Village to protect the public interest and welfare.
Scope and Control. For a period determined according to Section III ofthis ordinance,the Village Planner shall not accept,process,review,or grant building permits for new construction or development in any ofthe following districts as established by the current Zoning Code:
a)Planned Development Districts
b)Suburban Business Districts
c)Transportation Corridor Overlay Districts
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Section III:
Section IV:
Section V:
Section VI:
Section VII:
Section VIII:
Passed this
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Exempted from this prohibition are any applications for single- unit,residential building
permits and any developments in those districts which have received final approval prior to
the effective date ofthis ordinance.
This interim ordinance does not otherwise affect the authority of operation of the Village
Planning Commission ofthe Board ofZoning and Building Appeals for matters unrelated to
new construction in the named districts,with the following exceptions:
a)during the period provided for,the Village Planning Commission and the Village Council
shall not accept,process,review or grant approval for the rezoning of any parts ofthe named
districts,regardless ofthe fact that such an application may have been submitted to the
Commission or Council prior to the effective date ofthis ordinance;and
b)during the period provided for,the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals shall not accept,
process,review or grant approval of any conditional use permit applications for properties
within the named districts, regardless ofthe fact that such an application may have been
submitted to the Commission or Council prior to the effective date ofthis ordinance.
Duration. The initial period ofthe prohibitions made in this ordinance shall be for six (6)
months ifthe Village Council determines that the intent and purpose ofthis ordinance have
been satisfied. In the event that the intent and purposes ofthis ordinance have not been
satisfied during the initial time period,the Village Council may renew this ordinance and
extend its effective period by six (6)months,or the period oftime its deems necessary.
However,under no circumstances shall the effect of this ordinance extend beyond twelve (12)
months from the original date ofpassage.
Conflicts with other laws. This ordinance is enacted pursuant to the provisions ofthe Village
of Granville charter and the home rule provisions ofthe State of Ohio. During the time that
this ordinance is in effect,it shall take precedence over and shall be considered controlling
over contrary ordinances and regulations of the Village and,when permitted by law,State
statutes.
Enforcement. This ordinance shall be enforced by the Village Zoning Inspector. It shall be the
duty ofthe Inspector to advise the Village Council of all matters pertaining to the enforcement
or violation ofthis ordinance and to keep all necessary records appropriate to these matters.
Violations. Any person violating any provision ofthis ordinance shall be cited by the Village
Zoning Inspector for the violation which shall be a minor misdemeanor,and upon conviction
ofthe offense,shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $ 100.00. Each day that a violation is
continued,maintained, or tolerated by the offender after the initial citation shall constitute a
separate and additional violation. In addition,any person,including the Village of Granville,
may maintain an action or proceeding in a Court of competent jurisdiction to compel
compliance with or to restrain by injunction the violation of this ordinance.
Severabilitv. Should any section or provision of this ordinance be declared invalid for any
reason,such decision shall not affect the validity ofthe remaining portions ofthe ordinance.
Effective date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the earliest
period allowed by law.
Approved as to Form:
day of
Mayor
1996.
Law Director

Ordinance 16-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 16-96
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1139.05 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,OHIO.
NOW THEREFORE,BE IT ORDAINED BY The Council of the Village of Granville
Ohio,that:
Section I: Section 1139.05 of the Codified Ordinances ofthe Village of Granville,
Ohio,be and hereby is amended to read as follows:
1139.05 DECISIONS.
A)All applications filed with the Board ofZoning and Building Appeals shall
be scheduled for hearing and heard within forty-five days of the date of filing
unless extended upon written request of the applicant.
B)Notice of the date set for hearing shall be published in one or more local
newspapers of general circulation in the Village. Notice to property owners
listed in the application shall be by ordinary U.S. mail or personal service at
least fifteen days prior to the hearing date. The notice shall state the date,time
and place of hearing,the name of the applicant and the nature of the proposed
application.
C)The Board shall decide all applications and appeals within thirty3,(0d)a,ys
after the conclusion ofthe hearing, unless waived by the applicant or
appellant. Thereafter,and within thirty,3 (0)d,ays ofreaching its decision,the
Board shall formalize its decision in writing.
D)The Board's final decision shall be in writing,shall be accompanied by a
Finding of Fact and statement of reasons for the decision reached and shall be
filed in the Village Office and become a part ofthe public record. A certified
copy of the Board's decision shall be transmitted by the Secretary of the Board
to the applicant or appellant,and to the Zoning Inspector.
E)The Zoning Inspector shall incorporate the terms and conditions of the
decision in the permit to the applicant or appellant,whenever a permit is
authorized by the Board.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the earliest
date allowed by law.
Passed this ' day of
Ast:
U-rl-L iniwh,
Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
3H,ia 7 6 ,«6-r/ - Law Director
U.4 ,1996.
Mayor

Ordinance 15-1996

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BY: h ;stnber
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1137.01 OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT ORDAINED BY THE Council of the Village of
Granville,Ohio,that:
Section I: Section 1137.01 ofthe Codified Ordinances ofthe Village of Granville be and
hereby is amended to read as follows:
1137.01 COUNCIL POWERS AND DUTIES.
A)Council shall have the following powers with respect to the administration
and enforcement ofthis Zoning Ordinance:
1)To initiate and enact amendments to the provisions ofthis Ordinance and to
the Official Village Zoning Map. Council may submit such amendments to the
Planning Commission for recommendation and review.
2)To hear and decide appeals from decisions of the Planning Commission and
the Board ofZoning and Building Appeals as hereinafter provided.
B )Upon receipt of a Notice of Appeal,the Village Clerk shall direct the
commission or Board to submit to the Clerk all materials submitted to or
considered by the Commission or Board in reaching its decision.
C )The written Findings of Fact of the Commission or the Board shall
accompany each appeal and shall be forwarded to Council by the Village Clerk
along with all other materials submitted to or considered by the Board or
Commission in reaching its decision. The Village Clerk shall serve a copy of the
Findings of Fact upon the Appellant by ordinary mail and advise the Law
Director and the Village Manager of such service.
D )At the next regularly scheduled Council meeting following service of the
Findings of Fact by the Village Clerk the Appeal Hearing shall be scheduled.
The hearing may be scheduledto be held at either of the next two immediately
subsequent regularly scheduled Council meetings after the meeting at which the
APPEAL HEARING is scheduled. Notice of the date and time of the
APPEAL HEARING shall be served upon the Appellant by the Village Clerk by ordinary mail.
E)Prior to hearing an appeal, Council shall be advised by the Law Director
and the Village Manager that all appeal procedures have been completed.
F)At the Appeal Hearing the appellant may appear & nd be heard in through his person or or her attorney. In opposition to the order or decision appealed from, the appellant may:
1)Present his or her position,arguments,and contentions;
2)Offer and examine witnesses and present evidence in support;
3)Cross-examine witnesses purporting to refute his or her position,
arguments,and contentions;
4)Offer evidence to refute evidence and testimony offered in opposition to his
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or her position,arguments,and contentions;
5)Proffer any evidence into the record if such evidence has not been admitted
by Council.
G)Appeal hearings are open to the public but are not public hearings. Any
witness offering testimony or presenting evidence at the hearing will be placed
under oath by the Village Clerk prior to offering testimony or evidence. The
Board or Commission will be represented by the Law Director or such other
counsel as determined appropriate by action of Council. The proceedings on
appeal to Council shall be recorded by court reporter or other means from which
an accurate transcript may be prepared.
H) Council shall render its decision not later than the next regularly scheduled
Council meeting following the Appeal Hearing. Thereafter,Council shall,
within fortyf-ive,4 (5)days formalize its decision in writing and shall,as a part
of its decision,include Findings and Conclusions of Fact. The Village Clerk
shall serve the decision of Council along with the Findings and Conclusions
of Fact of Council upon the Appellant by certified mail service. The date of
service of the Clerk shall represent the commencement of the time for further
appeal.
I) Council may uphold,reverse,modify or remand for further proceedings the
decision appealed from. If it is determined by Council that the facts presented by
the appellant are substantially different from the findings of fact determined by
the Commission or the Board,the appeal may be returned to the Commission or
to the Board for further consideration.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
day of
fltch roi-Uky Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
Law,0irector
C
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Ordinance 14-1996

ORDINANCE NO.14-96
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BY: 6
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AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL SECTION 313. 11 (e)OF THE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,OHIO:
Section I: That Section 313. 11 (e)of the Codified Ordinances ofthe Village of
Granville,Ohio,prohibiting right-turns-on-red northbound on Cherry Valley
Road at State Route 16,be and hereby is repealed.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest
date allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Approved as to form:
Law Director
day of
Mayor
1996.

Ordinance 13-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 13-96
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BY: 3/)
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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 37-95 PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR 1996 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS,pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article II ofthe 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 recommended appropriations to supplement previously
made appropriations.
NOW,THEREFORE,Be it ordained by the Council of Granville,Ohio,that:
Section I:
Section II:
Section III:
Passed this
The annual budget of the Village of Granville,as established by Ordinance No.
37-95,be amended by the Council,as recommended by the Manager,and is
hereby adopted.
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Equipment Reserve Fund during
the fiscal year ending December 31, 1996,the following appropriations hereby made in the Equipment Reserve Fund: are
Account No.
F2-lA-250
Account
Equipment Reserve -Police Radios
Add
4,715
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
3
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Ulht,244rr)22.. 2 Clerk of Council
Approved as to·F-orm:
©11r\ /* Lawrec to*r
day of Jol. 1996.
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Mayorl V'

Ordinance 12-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 12-96
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BY:f l/cy,1761: 62'
AN ORDINANCE TO ADD SECTION 1159.03 e( )3()TO THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
WHEREAS,the existing requirement puts an undue burden upon new business
owners whose business effects parking the same as or less than the previous business;
and;.
WHEREAS,this new section will not change the process as it has previously
occurred.
NOW THEREFORE,BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of Granville,Ohio
that:
Section I: Section 1159.03 e( )3()is hereby added to the Granville Codified
Ordinances to read as follows:
1159.03e( )3() Not withstanding the requirements set forth in the above
subsections,in the Village Business District V( BD)w,here the change
in use is from any of the uses set forth in 1159.02 a( )2()to another of
the uses set forth in that section and does not result in greater parking
requirement than the existing use,as determined by the Zoning
Inspector,then,as to parking requirement,Board of Zoning and
Building Appeals review is not required.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
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CleLrk of-LCounLcil t r i L / tk#D
Approved as to Form:
92 D L/ 1 / La¥ptiirector
dayof lt<1 ,1996.
Mayor

Ordinance 11-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 11-96
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BY: 1.6-1)1 6/
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 505. 11 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
WHEREAS,it is currently prohibited to hunt,trap,kill or attempt to kill any
animal or fowl within the corporate limits of the municipality,and;
WHEREAS,annexation of undeveloped areas renders such absolute
prohibition inappropriate,
NOW,THEREFORE,BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,OHIO THAT:
Section I:
Section II:
Passed this
Attest:
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Existing Section 505. 11 ofthe Codified Ordinances ofthe
Village of Granville,Ohio be and hereby is amended to read as follows:
505. 11 HUNTING AND TRAPPING PROHIBITED.
a)No person shall hunt,trap,kill or attempt to kill any animal or fowl
by the use of firearms,bow and arrow,air rifle,or any other means within the corporate limits ofthe Municipality.
b) The prohibitions found in a( )do not apply to hunting ando/r trapping activities within the Municipality that would otherwise be
permitted under the laws of the State of Ohio,provided all of the
following conditions apply:
1) the hunting and/ or trapping takes place on a parcel of land
twenty ( 20)acres or greater in size;
2) the hunting and/ or trapping takes place on a parcel of land
agriculturally zoned;and
3) the hunting and/ or trapping does not take place within three
hundred3 (00)feet of any property line,occupied structure,or public right ofway.
c)Whoever violates this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the
earliest date allowed by law.
q day of
Cl6er6k1-of1C6o.u-nc4il 1(162
Appro31* n*: *
vA 1 1 1/ ,
ir-7 Law Dfrector
CJ.
AL- 1996.

Ordinance 10-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 10-96
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By: f¥O\ nwl\e-ry*
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 37-95 PROVIDING FOR
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1996 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES AND
DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article 11 of the Charter
of the Village of Granville, Ohio, the Village Council is authorized to adopt the
Municipal budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1996 and ending December
31, 1996, and;
WHEREAS, the Manager has recommended appropriations to supplement
previously made appropriations.
NOW, THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:
Section I:
Section 11:
The annual budget of the Village of Granville, as established by
Ordinance No. 37-95, 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, 1996, the following appropriations are hereby made in the General Fund:
Account No.
Al -6-A250
Account
Capital Outlay -Rotomilling and
Repaving Streets
Add
89,601
Section 111: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure by
reason of the need for expediting street improvements to promote traffic
safety, and provided it receives the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the
members elected to Council, it shall take effect and be in force
immediately upon its passage.
Passed this
Attest:
591
Clerk of Council
Appro/-
Law Dipdctor
day of 1996.
241 tl W,\ c4*, /
Mayor
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Ordinance 09-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 09-96
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BY. -Yi 1-3 ANORDINANCE TO ADD SECTION 1121. 02 (O TO THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE.
WHEREAS,individual property owners and publicp/rivate utility companies
are not currently addressed in Chapter 1121, and;.
WHEREAS,Bonds are required to assure guarantee of quality improvements
construction for the Village,
that:
Section I:
NOW THEREFORE,BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of Granville,Ohio
Section 1121.02 (f)is hereby added to the Granville Codified
Ordinances to read as follows:
1121.02
f)For purpose of Chapter 1121, subdividerd/eveloper shall also
include any owner,agent,or other individual acting on behalf of an
owner or publicp/rivate utility,who has requested or is required to
construct any ofthe improvements governed by Chapter 1121.
Section II: This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
9
6604
Clerk ofCouncil hD 1(41
Approved as to Form:
02m:lr
Law 6irector
day of bl- 1996.
A f.7"1- /1,/ 6 vvv MayorV

Ordinance 08-1996

Ordinance No. 08-96
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BY:
i
rH-92'3-
AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL EXISTING CHAPTER 1191 AND ADD
AMENDED CHAPTER 1191 TO THE GRANVILLE CODIFIED
ORDINANCES TO CONTROL THE PLACEMENT AND USE OF
SATELLITE DISH ANTENNAE AND COMMUNICATION TOWERS FOR
COMMUNICATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS,the existing Chapter 1191 has been rewritten to more efficiently regulate
the placement of satellite dish antennae.
WHEREAS,the existing Chapter 1191 does not address the regulation of
telecommunication towers used for a variety of new technologies.
NOW,THEREFOR,BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Granville
that:
Section I: The existing Chapter 1191 is hereby repealed,and
Section II: Chapter 1191 shall be andihereby is added to the Granville Codified Ordinances to
read as follows;
CHAPTER 1191
Satellite Dish and Communication Towers
for Communication Distribution Systems
1191.01 Purpose.
1191.02 Detinitions.
1191. 03 Administration.
1191.04 Dish Antennae or Other Antennae.
1191.05 Communication Towers for
Communication Distribution
Systems.
1191. 01 PURPOSE
a)The purpose of these regulations,to the extent permitted by the Telecommunications
Act 6f 1996,is to regulate the proper placement and use of satellite dish antenna
Systems. In addition to protecting health and safety as may be impacted from improper placement or installation,these regulations are,to the extent not directly preempted by the 1996 Act:intended to promote the aesthetic objectives of the
municipality as such objectives may be compromised by the installation of such Systems. To protect and promote the general health,saiety and welfare,and to
protect and encourage the most aesthetic appearance of the community as ts permissible,satellite dish antennas are subJect to the regulations set forth in this Chapter.
b)In addition,the purpose of these regulations is to regulate the use,placement or construction of towers used in radio,satellite dish,telephone,microwave or other wavelength communication whether fpr transmissign,receiving or relay. The communication tower regulations are intended,while preserving opportunity for improved services and technological advances,to preserve the quality of life in areas close to tower installations,to protect the health and safetv of residents from the possible adverse impacts from the technologies in use and to protect the visual quality and natural beauty of the community as a whole. To provide guidelines for zoning compliance and to protect the Seneral welfare,health and saty of Granville's residents in the absence oi tower regulations,communication towers whether used for television and radio,cellular telephone systems or other transmission,receipt,or relay are subject to the regulations set forth in this Chapter.
1191.02 DEFINITIONS
a)a Cb oo"mvemgurnaidcea,twiohnettohewrer"means any structure thirty five 3(5)feet or greater in height free standing or attached to an existing structure,that is owned porpievarateted or in any way or to any extent controlled by any commercial enterprise,pubfic or utility,or other entity and that is intended for transmitting,receiving or relaying television,radio,telephone or other communications. Towers less than thirtyf-ive 05) feet in height above grade shall be regulated as antennae under Section 1191 .03. Towers toorwinesrstawllaitthioinnsthreegmuleaatendinugnodfetrhSisesceticotnion1191.05b( )ofthis Chapter are not communication b)C"oAmMmaunndicFatMion,mdiicsrtoriwbauvtieon system"includes broadcast antennae for cellular telephone, and television Systems.
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c) S a"tellite dish antenna"or "dish antenna"means an antenna of any size,shape,material
or description,which receives or transmits microwave signals,eitner directly or
indirectly,to or from satellites. All antenna are classified depending upon size. Antenna
which are one meter or less in diameter are defined as' small dish antenna. Antenna
which are two meters or less in diameter,but greater than one meter,are defined as
large dish antenna".
1191. 03 ADMINISTRATION
a) Permit As a consequence of the safety hazards created by the improper installation or
construction of large Systems or towers,the additional support often necessary with
such systems and the hazards which may result from the placement of such systems in
an otherwise open or unobstructed area,an installation permit issued by the Village
Manager or the Manager's designee shall be required for the erection of all large dish
antennas,non roof mounted small dish antenna and communication towers. An
application for such a permit shall contain a scale drawing of the structure or
installation,a plat plan showing the structure's proosed size and location in relation to
any building,property lines,and rights-of-way,ana all other information necessary to
fully depict the proposed dish antenna or communication tower. All applications for
large dish antenna,non roof mounted small dish antenna,or Communication tower
installation permits shall be reviewed by the Zoning Inspector for compliance with these
regulations. The following procedure shall be used for all applications:
1) An application shall be submitted to the Village Manager,or the Manager's designee,which shall be forwarded to the Zonin Inspector wjthin three,3 (),
wbuitshininesfsoduaryteseonf,r e1 (c4ei)pd,ta.ysThoef rZeocneiinpgt oInf stnpeecatpoprliscaatliloinssoureisasnueinsatwalrlaitttieonnipinedrminigt
to the applicant setting fort the reason or reasons why the application for a permit
has been denied. The times set forth in this Section may be extended upon written
approval of the applicant or for fourteen, 1 (4)d,ays by the Zoning Inspector for
good cause.
2) The Zoning Inspector may approve,approve with modifications,or deny an application in accordance witn these regulations.,No determination ofthe Zoning
Inspector shall be final until issued in writing and served upon the applicant by
ordinary mail to be delivered to the address set forth in the application.
3) ABnyapOlifcZaonnt iangggArienvdedBubiyldthinegdAepcpiseioanlsof the Zoning Inspector may appeal to the as set forth in Chapter 1139 of the
Codified Ordinances. Further appeal to Council is available and is governed by the procedures set forth in Chapter 1137 ofthe Codified Ordinances.
b) Fees. The permit fee shall be established by Village Council in accordance with
Chapter 1305 ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances
c) ZInosnpiencgtioInnspaendctMora' intenance. It shall be the responsibility of the Zoning Inspector,or the s designee,to administer and enforce these regulations. Any large dish
antenna,non roof mounted small dish antenna,or communication tower mav be
inspected at any time to determine its compliance with this Chapter,applicable regulations and acceptable safety standards. All dish antennas,whether classified as large or small and regardless of the location or method of installation,and
communication towers shall be kept in a state of safety and good repair. If violations are found,the Zoning Inspector shall notify the owner of the violations and of actions required for compliance. Failure to comply within thirty 3(0)days,unless otherwise extended by the Zoning Inspector shall constitute a violation of this Chapter,shall subject the owner of such dish antenna or communication tower to the eenalty provided in Section 1137.08 of the Codified Ordinances and shall be grounds
rioemr tohvearleovfocation of any permit issued ando/r commencement of proceedings to cause the dish antenna or communication tower at the owner's expense.
1191. 04 DISH ANTENNAE OR OTHER ANTENNAE.
a)Gloecnaeteradl iRneaglul zlaotinoinnsg. The following provisions apply to dish antennae or other antennae districts. All dish antennae or other antennae shall:
1) In the case of large dish antenna or non roofmounted small dish antenna be located to the rear of or behind the principal building or structure and be within all building set-back lines;
32 IBnetahne caacsceesosfolrayrguesedsisuhboarndteinnantea otor tnhoenprroinocfimpaoluunsteedofsmthaellpdroispheartnyte; nnae mounted in a concrete base in line with grade utilizing only metal supports of Dalvanized construction without the use of supporting guy wires; 4) 6situthaetecdase of large dish antenna and non roofmounted small dish antenna be so righto- fo-n the property as to minimize view from adjacentproperty or public or receptiwonay to the fullest extent possible without materially limiting transmission that the densaitsycaonndtehmeipglhatteodfbpvlatnhteing1s996 Act and landscaped in such a manner minimize the risk of unintended around the base oi the System will whatever reason or accidental contact by an individual who for 5) In the mav pass through the area containing the system. undergcaroseunodf;large dish antenna and non roofmounted small antenna be wired
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Bewithoutpublicmessages oradvertising;
Be properly maintained;
Be designed to withstand a wind force ofup to seventy 7(0)miles per hour;
b) tRheesfiodlelonwtiainl Dgistricts. Within Residential Districts,as defined in the Zoninj Ordinance, additional provisions to those set forth in subsectiona "()a"b,ove,shall
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apply to dish antennae or other antennae designed to transmit or receive radio,television
or other signals to or from satellites or relay towers.
1) Ground-mounted dish antennae or other ground-mounted antennae shall be considered
structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements:
a) Such dish antenna or other antennae not mounted on the roof of a primary or
accessory structure shall not exceed an above-grade height of twelve (12)feet,
shall not be located closer than ten (10)feet to a rear lot line,eight (8)feet from
a side lot line,or one,( 1), foot from any easement
2) Roof- mounted dish antennae or other roof- mounted antennae shall be considered
accessory structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements;
a) Such dish antennae or other antennae shall be mounted directly on the roof of primary a or accessory structure and shall not be mounted on appurtenances such
as chimneys,towers or spires.
b) Such dish antennae or other antennae mounted on the roof of a primarv or
accessory structure shall not exceed a height of greater than three ( 3)feet above
the roof on which it is mounted. The height shall be measured vertically from the
point at which such dish antenna or other antennae is mounted on the roof.
c) The diameter of any dish antenna mounted upon the roof of a primary or
accessory structure shall not exceed one meter.
d) Be located to the rear of the roof structure if reasonable in light of
transmission or reception requirements.
c) Non-residential Districts. Within Nonresidential Districts,the following additional
provisions to those set forth in subsectiona "()a"b,ove,shall apply to dish antennae or other antennae designed to transmit,receive,or relay radio,television,or other signals
to or from satellites or relay towers.
1) Ground-mounted dish antennae or other ground-mounted antennae shall be considered
accessory structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements:
a) tSwucehlvdeis,h (antennae or other antennae shall not exceed an aboveg-rade height of 12)fe,et and shall not be located within fifty, 5(0)fe,et of a public right
ofw- ay,thirty,3 (0)fe,et of a rear or side lot line and not closer than fifty, 5(0), feet from a lot line in a residential district
2) Roof- mounted dish antennae or other roof- mounted antenna shall be considered
accessory structures and shall comply with the following conditions and requirements.
a) pSruimchadryish antennae or other antennae shall be mounted directly on the roof of a or accessory structure and shall not be mounted on appurtenances such
as chimneys,towers or spires.
b) Such dish antennae or other antennae mounted on the roof of a primary or tahcecersosoofry structure shall not exceed a heiht of greater than three 3( )feet above point at wonhiwchhiscuhchit sistamtioonunted. The height shall be measured vertically from the or dish antenna is mounted on the roof
c) The diameter of any dish antenna mounted upon the roof of a primary or accessory structure shall not exceed one meter
1191. 05 COMMUNICATION TOWERS FOR COMMUNICATION DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEMS.
a) rGaednieor,aslaRteellgitueladtiisohn,s: The following provisions apply to communication towers used in transmission, telephone,microwave or other wavelength c6mmunication for receiving or relay
1) Permitted in Planned Industrial District,P (ID)Planned Commercial District, PCD)a,nd a Conditional Use in Community Aervice District,C (SD); 2)Sited so that all reasonable alternatives for tower placement have bean clearly and convincingly demonstrated so that the installation will minimize both the visual intrusion ofthe tower and the potential safety risks associated with the presence and operation of the tower;
3) Shared with other users to minimize the number oftowers within the municipality
4)Detailed in a site plan to include complete structure elevations and a perspective vDireowposshedowsiinteg;the tower from all property lines or lot lines adjacent to the
5)Lbyocated to minimize the visual impact at base elevation ofthe proposed structure a comprehensive landscape plan;
6)Torhedisintsritcatllation shall be five hundred 5(00)feet from the nearest residential use
7)Mallaaxtitmacuhmmehnetisght oftowers th(at is,the height to the top ofthe tower,including grade. This heigohrtelixmteitnaspipolinesss)w,hhaelltbheerlimited to one hundred 1(00)feet from mounted on another structure. the tower is attached to the ground or
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8) Minimum setback from all property lines shall be a distance equal to the height
of the tower. Setback shall be defined as the distance from the property line to the
nearest portion of the structure;
9) Underground wiring to the site and from the tower to any service or ancillary
structures shall be required;
10) Equipment,mobile or immobile,not used in direct support ofthe transmission
or relay facility,shall not be stored or parked on the site except in connection
with a repair or maintenance being made to the installation;
11) No employees shall be employed on a regular basis at the installation site;
12) Towers shall be kept in a state of good repair
13) Obsolete or unused facilities shall be removed within twelve (12)months of
ceasing operation.
14) No supporting wires or cables shall encroach upon any minimum setback
requirements and shall be completely encircled at the point of attachment to the
ground with sufficient fencing and/or plantings of sufficient density and height
To prevent any individual who may for any reason be in the area from coming
into contact with any such supporting wires or cables.
b)Exemptions
1) Ham radio installations and systems are,in light ofthe public safetv and
emergency services provided,considered to be unique. Regulation,including the
regulation of antenna necessary to the operation of such systems,must,in light of
federal preemption,constitute the minimum practicable regulation to accomplish
legitimate local purpose. In providing reasonable accommodation to such systems,
Ham radio antenna and/ or towers are permitted in all districts as follows:
a) In those systems where the roof mounted antenna does not extend more
than fifteen,1 (5)fe,et above the highest point of the roof line or where the
tower is attached to the rear of the primary structure and does not exceed fifty,
50)fe,et in height as measured fromprade,no application,review or permit is required for such antenna or tower. The requirements of Section 1191.04 a( ) 1)2,()4,()6,()7,)(and 8( )must be met;
b) In those systems where the roof mounted antenna extends more than
fifteen, 1 (5)fe,et above the highest point of the roof line or where the tower is
not attached to the rear of the primary structure or where the tower exceeds
fifty,5 (0)fe,et in height as measured from grade but does not exceed seventy, 70)re,et in height as measured from grade application,review and
permitting as set forth in Section 1191.030( , b()and c( )is reguired. In submitting an application pursuant to this subsection,the applicant should include all available information regarding the technical periormance requirements of the system proposed . The Zoning Inspector shall fully
consider the operational requirements of the system as proposed in applying the minimum practicable regulation which reasonably accommodates the system requirements. In this regard the Zoning Inspector may seek the
assistance of such professionals familiar with such systems as is necessary and appropriate under the circumstances. The requirements of Section
1191.04a( )1 ()2,()4,()5,()6,()7,)a(nd 8( )as well as those of Section
1191.05a( 2)()8,)(and 1( 4)must be met;
ecle)cAtrilclaslypsetermmsitmreuqsut imreemeet natlsl .FAA and FCC requirements and building and
d)Towers in excess of seventy,7 (0)fe,et in height are prohibited in all
residential districts. In all other districts,and notwithstanding the exclusion set forth in Section 1191.02 a( )to,wers in excess of seventy,7 (0)feet are defined
as communication towers and regulated accordingly.
Section III: 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. Wherefore,this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and immediately upon passage.
Passed this 9 /
Attest:
r-LLCk ry-G\0- 1*0 C erk of Council /
Approvesa!,soP,Om?:
I- L·4 11 1 / 1 + fr 0/ 1 -1/t/k/,J
Law Bfrector
day of C
L.
C 1996.

Ordinance 07-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 07-96
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BY: '
Be-1Irran
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 37-95 PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR 1996 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS,pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article II 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 recommended appropriations to supplement previously
made appropriations.
NOW,THEREFORE,Be it ordained by the Council of Granville,Ohio,that:
Section I:
Section II:
Section III:
Section V:
Passed this
Attest:
The annual budget of the Village of Granville,as established by Ordinance No.
37-95,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, 1996,the following appropriations are hereby made
m the General Fund:
Account No.
Al-6-B-211
Al -6-B-212
Al -6-A-250
Al-6-D-250
Account
SalariesW &ages
Employee Benefits
Capital Outlay -Spellman St. Impts.
Capital Outlay -Spellman St. Impts.
Add
819
111
12,088
20,000
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the County Permissive Tax Fund
during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1996,the following appropriations
are hereby made in the County Permissive Tax Fund:
Account No.
B8-6-A-230
Account
Contractual Services
Add
23,131. 25
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
5441
4,Alj
Anop.Artwb Clerk of Council
AppropJt:*erm*:)
R AA,1j' /2 7- 1/1 A 1 *, / ) 1 ,/
Law Director
day of 9/l,GUY 1996.
Mayor

Ordinance 06-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 06-96
1
BY·n. i/bmfr.l AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 37-95 PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR 1996 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS,pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article II ofthe 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 recommended appropriations to supplement previously
made appropriations.
NOW,THEREFORE,Be it ordained by the Council of Granville,Ohio,that:
Section I:
Section II:
Section III:
The annual budget of the Village of Granville,as established by Ordinance No.
37-95,be amended by the Council,as recommended by the Manager,and is
hereby adopted.
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Water Fund during the fiscal
year ending December 31, 1996,the following appropriations are hereby made
in the Water Fund:
Account No. Account Add
El-5-8230 Contractual Services -Meter Reading 3,150
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Sewer Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1996,the following appropriations are hereby made in the Sewer Fund:
Account No. Account Add
E2-5-G-230 Contractual Services -Meter Reading 3,150
Section IV: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this js
Attest* C A
1. -
Urte,
Clerk of Council
Approvpda-pp·br*m:
J1/ 9 1 1 /
45* r/e_r<-h
LawI*ector
day of 1996.
1444j

Ordinance 05-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 05-96
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BY: 2#nur[
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1305.03 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF GRANVILLE,OHIO.
WHEREAS,the existing Section has become obsolete due to recent actions of
the Fifth District Court of Appeals ofthe State of Ohio,and
WHEREAS,the proposed chapter has been written in accordance to the
recommended format suggested by the Fifth District Court of Appeals of the State of
Ohio.
NOW,THEREFORE,be it ordained by the Council of the Village of
Granville,Ohio that:
Section I: Section 1305. 03 ofthe Granville Codified Ordinances shall be and
hereby is amended to read as follows:
1305. 03 PUBLIC USE FEES.
a)Purpose.
Recognizing the continual need for recreational facilities within
the Municipality and conforming this need to the growth of population
and the increase in the number of residential and non-residential units
within the Municipality,it shall be the purpose of this Section to
provide,together with moneys derived from the Municipal funds,for the
orderly acquisition,development,maintenance and operation of publicly
owned recreation sites and facilities,including,but not limited to,park
sites,area recreational facilities and community recreation centers
within the Municipality by creating a Public Use Fee to be charged all residential and on non-residential units hereinafter constructed.
b)Park Land Reserve Fund.
All moneys collected under the Public Use Fee shall be placed in
a separate fund to be entitled Park Land Reserve Fund.
c)The owner or proprietor of each new subdivision for the purpose of
transfer of ownership of land,as a prerequisite to the approval of the
final plat of the subdivision,shall pay a Public Use Fee,in addition to
other fees,into the Park Land Reserve Fund of the Municipality as follows:
1)For each lot shown on the plat of the subdivision for singlefamily
residence use,the sum of three hundred fifty dollars
350.00); and
2)For each lot intended for multi-dwelling use,the sum of
three hundred fifty dollars3 (5$0.00)for each dwelling unit of a multi-dwelling structure permitted to be constructed thereon
under applicable regulations of the Zoning Ordinance.
d)The owner or proprietor of each lot or parcel ofground in the
Municipality,as a prerequisite to the issuance of a zoning permit for
new structures as required by the applicable ordinances ofthe
Municipality shall pay a Public Use Fee,in addition to other fees,into the Park Land Reserve Fund of the Municipality as follows:
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1)For each single- family residence,the sum of three hundred
fifty dollars 3(5$0.00);
2)For each dwelling unit of a multi-dwelling structure,the sum
ofthreeh-undred fifty dollars 3(5$0.00)a;nd
3)For each commercial,office,business,industrial or other
non-residential unit a Public Use Fee computed at a rate of
eight hundred dollars 8(0$0.00)per acre,provided that such
fee shall not be less than three hundred fifty dollars
350.00)per unit.
e)No owner or developer of land shall be required to pay the Public
Use Fee as established in subsection ( b)hereof for construction upon or
development of any parcel of land for which a Public Use Fee has been
paid pursuant to the terms of subsection ( a)hereof.
f) In lieu of the payment of the Public Use Fee hereinbefore
provided,the Manager,upon recommendation of the Planning
Commission,may accept the dedication for public use of open spaces
constituting a reasonable proportion of the gross acreage of land
subdivided for the purpose of transfer of ownership or of land for which
a zoning permit has been requested,provided that such open spaces are
suitably located and of adequate size to provide for the public health,
safety and general welfare;and further provided that in no event shall
the aggregate value of such dedicated land be less than the equivalent
Public Use Fee otherwise payable and computed in accordance with this
section.
g) The Council,upon recommendation of the Planning
Commission,may waive the Public Use Fee for schools,churches
and/ or other community oriented facilities.
h)Use of Park Land Reserve Fund.
All such moneys in the Park Land Reserve Fund shall be used
for the acquisition,development,maintenance and operation of publicly
owned recreation sites and facilities including,but not limited to,park
sites,area recreational facilities and community recreation centers
within the Municipality.
i)Appropriation of other Funds.
During the period oftime that the fee levied by this section is
collected,Council shall appropriate annually from the General Fund a
sum not less than equal to the moneys derived from this section for park
and recreational purposes which may include funds appropriated for
park and recreation capital improvements. The Finance Director is
directed to create a Park Land Reserve Fund and is further directed at
the close of each year that the Public Use Fee herein collected,to
transfer to the Park Land Reserve Fund from General Fund moneys a
sum of money equal to the amount of money collected from the Public
Use Fee after deducting expenditures during the year for park and
recreation purposes made from the General Fund money. It is the
intention of Council that during each year that the Public Use Fee is in
force that an amount equal to the fee moneys received from the Public
Use Fee shall be irrevocably committed to park and recreation purposes from other Municipal fund sources ofthe Municipality.
i)Compliance required.
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1)No zoning permit for the construction of a residential or
non-residential unit in the Municipality shall be issued unless and until
the fee provided for in this section is paid.
2)No person,firm or corporation shall receive or be entitled to
receive the zoning permit for the construction of a residential or nonresidential
unit in the Municipality unless and until the fee provided in
this section is paid on each such zoning permit issues.
3)Nothing contained in this section shall relieve or be
interpreted as reliving any person,firm or corporation from complying
with all other ordinances,laws,rules,or regulations of the Municipality
or of any other governmental agency where they are now in force or
hereafter enacted,regulating and governing the issuance of zoning
permits for the construction of residential or non-residential unit in the
Municipality.
k)Effective Period.
The Public Use Fee imposed by this section shall be levied,
collected and paid concurrently with all zoning permit applications for
new residential and non-residential units made on or after the effective
date of this Section.
1)Penalty.
Whoever violates the provisions of this section shall be subject
to the fine described in Section 1137.08 ofthe Codified Ordinance of
Granville,Ohio.
Section II: This Ordinance take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date
allowed by law.
Passed this
Attest:
day of
-, Clerk okfCeounrciil l -/
Approved as to form:
E-r0-5
04 AL61
Law I6ctor
a,/ 1996.
Mayor
j

Ordinance 04-1996

ORDINANCE NO. 04-96
1
BY·. Elyn,he3<
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 37-95 PROVIDING
FOR ADJUSTMENTS OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR 1996 AND REVISING SUMS FOR OPERATING EXPENSES.
WHEREAS,pursuant to the provisions of Section 2.08 of Article II ofthe 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 recommended appropriations to supplement previously made appropriations.
NOW,THEREFORE,Be it ordained by the Council of Granville,Ohio,that:
Section I:
Section II:
Section III:
Section IV:
Section V:
Section VI:
Passed this
The annual budget ofthe Village of Granville,as established by Ordinance No.
37-95,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, 1996,the following appropriations are hereby made in the General Fund:
Account No. Account Add
Al-10- 2[40 Capital Outlay -Supplies M&aterials 800
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Water Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1996,the following appropriations are hereby made in the Water Fund:
Account No. Account Add
Fl-5-F-250 Capital Outlay - 20
To provide for Operating Expenditures in the Water Capital Improvements
Fund during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1996,the following
appropriations are hereby made in the Water Capital Improvements Fund: Account No.
E91-5-F250
Account
Capital Outlay -
LongabergerS &pellman Water
Add
63,500
To return monies to the unappropriated balance of the General Fund from the Special Assessment Fund:
Account No.
Hl -4-4-270
Account
Wildwood Drive Improvements -
General Fund Transfers
Add
1,297.57
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force upon the earliest date allowed by law.
Attest:
GlkYAL iA«) Clerk of Council
Approved- t6«Form:
f 2 /L )t,i -- Lav' birector
day of 0,4- 1996.
dir tljb Mayor

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