Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 31-99

 WHEREAS, on November 4, 1998, Village Council adopted
ORDINANCE NO. 23-98 which addressed the regulation of truck
traffic within and through the Village Of Granville; and,

    WHEREAS, on November 23, 1998, Village Council
adopted ORDINANCE NO.  27-98 amending the effective date of
 ORDINANCE NO. 23-98; and,
    
    WHEREAS, since the adoption of ORDINANCE NO. 23-98
and ORDINANCE NO 27-98, discussions have been pursued
between members of Granville and Newark in an effort to
resolve the concerns addressed by ORDINANCE NO. 23-98; and,

    WHEREAS, the adoption of ORDINANCE NO. 03-99, dated
January 6, 1999,  suspended the enforcement date of
ORDINANCE NO. 23-98 until July 19, 1999; and,
      
    WHEREAS, it is still the opinion of Village Council
that the discussions with the Newark community to date have
been productive and are likely to lead to a long-term
solution to the concerns which led to the adoption of
ORDINANCE NO. 23-98; and,

    WHEREAS, a number of the businesses that utilize
Cherry Valley Road south of SR16, including Tamarack and
Englefield Oil, have agreed to undertake immediate
self-policing efforts to improve the traffic situation in
Granville and have offered certain other assistance during
the progress of such discussions.

    NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Village of
Granville, State of Ohio, as follows:

Section I:    Granville recognizes and lauds the
statesman-like approach taken by certain Newark community
leaders, as demonstrated by their actions during recent
weeks.
 
Section II:    The application of ORDINANCE NO. 23-98 to
Cherry Valley Road south of SR16 is hereby suspended until
December 15, 1999, to provide Newark and Granville an
opportunity to seek a mutually acceptable solution to their
common problems, as well as to evaluate    the progress of the
businesses in pursuing their commitments.

Section III:    Village Council endorses the suggestion by
certain Newark community leaders to form a joint committee
to address the problem of through-truck traffic in the
historic and/or residential districts of both     
municipalities, as well as other issues.

Section IV:    Village Council suggests that
representatives of the two municipalities         
jointly invest such time and energy as is necessary to
resolve the issue of through-truck traffic in the historic
and/or residential districts of both municipalities,
including aggressive enforcement of all local and
state laws and regulations, whether such efforts require
requests for assistance from appropriate state regulatory
authority or otherwise.

 Section V:    This Ordinance shall take effect and be in
full force from and after the earliest period allowed by
law.


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