GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION 1995
Members Present: James Harf, Larry Huey, Jurgen Pape, Lyn
Robertson, Peter Marshall (substuting for Dorothy Garrett)
Absent: Gary Stansbury
Visitors: Davelyn Ross-Smail, Brian Lindamood (S_entinel)
Minutes of January 9, 1995:
Ms. Robertson moved to approve Minutes as distributed, Mr.
Huey seconded: AND MINUTES WERE APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY.
Citizen Comments: Ms. Ross-Smail from the Licking County Board
of Education asked the GPC for approval of modifications to two
temporary outdoor structures at the middle
made for safety precautions. One is a barrier that can only be
seen from the back of a garage and was cut down from 7'. The
other, 8',sits over a well. Mr. Huey stated that in a situation
where safety is clearly involved, the Village Manager can approve
measures to solve the problem quickly. The structures will be
as soon as possible. The GPC had no problem
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Sandwich Board Discussion
Because of the fact that under the new ordinance, new and
existing sandwich boards will need a permit from GPC, Mr. informing them of this fact.
Tailford sent a letter to merchants
Four of them responded with requests for
emphasized criteria for sandwich boards:
be removed every day, and must be 2' x4'.
in addition to
they must be portable,
P e.nm.an.n@j- u' nRj-1h>
other signs at t.hestandards
b.ur*res*-s. Sandwich boards are subject to the same
permanent signs. Merchants must keep them neat and clean,
they must take them in at night. Signs should be on-site,
appropriate, match the building, and not obstruct pedestrian
traffic. They should not be over 15' from the building, and
cafes should place them within the table area. Village Council
has decided sandwich boards may be in addition to total signage.
For applications of a routine nature, the applicant will not need
to be present, and Mr. Tailford can write a follow-up letter of
conditions, if any.
J. A. K. S Place, 116 East Broadway, rear -Sandwich Board
For Sherry Koklich- s sandwich board application, Mr. Huey' s
suggestion was to add an arrow to the sign, back and front, to
more easily identify the location. Mr. Huey moved to approve
application with-two restrictions: She must take the sign in at night, and it needs to be within 15 of the building. Ms.
Robertson seconded, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Village Coffee Company, 126 N. Prospect -Sandwich Board
Ms. Robertson moved to approve application as long as sandwich
board remains in same position as in the photograph and does not restrict pedestrian traffic. Mr. Harf seconded, AND IT WAS
Bennett' s, 200 East Broadway -Sandwich Board
The "Valvolene" sign on feet is removed each evening. Mr.
Huey moved to UNANIMOUSLY APPaRpOpVroEvDe. sign, Ms. Robertson seconded, AND IT WAS
NAPA, 458 S. Main -Sandwich Board
This particular sign 1
not get taken in at night.
whether it is grandfathered
Main area is reconfigured,
moved to disapprove applica
board. Ms. Robertson second
s not a sandwich board because it does
It s a nonconforming ground sign, and
is uncertain. When the entire South
signs will be reconsidered. Mr. Huey
tion because it is not a sandwich
ed, and APPLICATION WAS UNANIMOUSLY
Mr. Pape announced that the Tree and Landscape Committee has looked at plans for the elevator at St. Luke- s Church and appre- ciates being consulted. Their suggestion was to keep the walkway straight, rather than curving it around. Mr. Tailford will
inform Mr. Bolton of this suggestion.
Mr. Marshall stated that there have been complaints about the planters at Victoria' s. The cafe permit has expired, and the pthlaenters should be removed, rather than shoving them up against building. Approval for the cafep/lanters needs to be renewed each year.
The group thanked Mr. Pape for his leadership and service Aover the past few years, and a letter of thanks was given to him. new chairperson will be chosen at next meeting. A new member should also be selected by then.
Adjournment: 8: 10 p. m.
Next Meeting: As February 23 is a holiday, Mr. Tailford will inform us when the next meeting will be.