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Legislation Adopted February 7, 2018

The Granville Village Council adopted the following legislation at the February 7, 2018 regular meeting:

 Ordinance No. 02-2018, An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 15-2017 Providing for Adjustments of the Annual Budget for the Fiscal year 2018 and Revising Sums for Operating Expenses

This supplemental appropriation ordinance amends the 2018 annual operating budget to account for AFSCME wage increases, non-bargaining wage increases, bike path resurfacing, Thornwood Crossing plantings, a Newark-Granville Road traffic study, and the rewiring of water well number two.

Resolution No. 2018-10, A Resolution to Approve the Rules of the Granville Village Council

In accordance with Section 2.11 of the Village Charter, the Council approved this resolution to establish the Rules of the Village Council. The Charter provides that the Council shall adopt its own rules at or before the first regular meeting in February immediately following an organizational meeting.  As Council did not identify any changes to the rules, the resolution is prepared with language that would readopt the existing rules.

Resolution No. 2018-11, A Resolution to Approve the Application Made by PineFrost, LLC to Have Certain Land Located Within the Village of Granville Located on Canyon and James Roads, Permanent Parcel Nos. 020-326502-00.000, 020-326502-02.000, 020-326502-03.000, 020-326502-04.000, 020-326502-11.000 and 020-326382-00.000, Designated for Placement in an Agricultural District

The application for placement of farmland into an agricultural district, pursuant to the provisions of the Ohio Revised Code, was approved for PineFrost, LLC.  The property consists of six parcels containing approximately 73 acres located at Canyon and James Roads.  This application is a renewal application for property that is currently classified as agricultural.  The agricultural designation is applicable for a period of up to five years. 

Resolution No. 2018-12, A Resolution to Appoint a member to the Volunteer Peace Officers Dependents Fund Board in Accordance with the Provisions of the Ohio Revised Code Section 143.02

This resolution appoints Office Taylor Saunier to the Volunteer Peace Officers Dependents Fund Board.  Former Granville Police Office Sidney Brown was the police representative, buts he is no longer with the department.  The purpose of this Board is to determine the validity of claims and the amount to be paid to the families of any volunteer officer injured or killed in the line of duty as an officer of the Village of Granville. 

Resolution No. 2018-13, A Resolution to Add an Ex-Officio Councilmember to the Bryn Du Commission

The Bryn Du Commission made a request to Village Council to add a Councilmember to the Commission as an ex-officio member.  Law Director King advised Council and the Commission that the addition of an ex-officio member was possible. 

This resolution establishes that position and appoints Vice Mayor Jeremy Johnson to that position, which expires April 20, 2020.  The Bryn Du Commission meets on the fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00pm at the Bryn Du Mansion.

Resolution No. 2018-14, A Resolution to Authorize the Village Manager to Auction or Advertise for Bids the Sale of Surplus Equipment

This resolution authorizes the Village Manager to have an auction or to advertise for bids for the sale of the surplus equipment as identified in the resolution.

Resolution No. 2018-15, A Resolution to Designate the Clerk of Council to Attend the required Trainings Related to Public Records Laws and Sunshine Laws on Behalf of the Village Council

This resolution designates the Clerk of Council, on behalf of the Village Council, to attend the required trainings related to the public records laws and Sunshine Laws.  Section 149.43 of the Ohio Revised Code requires that all elected officials or their designees attend trainings related to public records laws and Sunshine laws.  That training shall be for each elected official or their designee for each new term in office.  We have been advised by the State Auditor’s office that the Clerk of Council may attend those trainings on behalf of the Mayor and Council.  However, the Council must officially select the Clerk of Council as their designee to attend those trainings on its behalf.

All legislation is available for review at the Village Offices during regular business hours, which are normally 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. The Village Offices are located at 141 East Broadway.

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