Granville Community Calendar

Adopted Legislation by Council - May 4, 2011



The Granville Village Council adopted the following legislation at the May 4, 2011 regular meeting:

Ordinance No. 07-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 351.15 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Granville Regarding Prohibited and Restricted Parking

This ordinance amends the Village Codified Ordinances regarding parking regulations in order to comply with current signage.  This legislation also includes reference to traffic orders that may be established by the Village Manager in accordance with Section 305.02 of the Codified Ordinances.  The current code provides for the Village Manager to establish no parking zones and limited parking zones as needed.  The new language requires that there must be a record kept of any such actions.  Under Section 305.02, the only parking that requires Council approval is the designation and marking of individual spaces in certain sections of the downtown area and outlying districts.

Ordinance No. 09-11, An Ordinance Adopting the Raccoon Valley Aquifer Wellhead Protection overlay District Zone Area

This ordinance amends the official Village zoning map to designate a specific wellhead protection zone.  The zone corresponds to the one year inner protection zone designated by the Ohio EPA.  Our current zoning code provides regulations for the protection of the wellhead area, but that zone is not designated on the official zoning map.  The action complies with the Source Water Protection Plan which was submitted and approved by the EPA. 

Ordinance No.10-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 921.07 and 928.18 of the Codified Ordinances and Adding Section 925.08(h) and (i) to Provide for the Use of Auxiliary Water Meters (FAILED)

This proposed ordinance was defeated.  No action will be taken to permit auxiliary meters.

Resolution No. 11-23, A Resolution Urging Granville Village Residents and Businesses to buy Local and Use Local Businesses and Services When Practical and Possible

This resolution expresses Village Council’s support to encourage residents and businesses to share in the effort to strengthen the community by buying locally and using local businesses and services when practicable and possible.  The Village of Granville intends to maximize the creation of jobs and help restore local economic growth and opportunity by purchasing budgeted Village goods and services when practical  and possible from local businesses that operate in the Village and Township.

Resolution No. 11-26, A Resolution to Declare, with the Granville Township Trustees, that Operation and Maintenance of the Union Cemetery, Under the Provisions of Section 759.27 of the Ohio Revised Code, Continue and to Appoint a Member to the Union Cemetery Board of Trustees

This resolution continues the operation of the Old Colony burying Ground as a Union Cemetery for an additional year.  The resolution also appoints Township Trustee Paul Jenks as the Township representative to the Union Cemetery Board.  Township Trustee Paul Jenks is replacing former Township Trustee Fred Abraham, whose term on the Board expired on May 31, 2011.  Township Trustee Paul Jenks term will expire on May 31, 2014.

Resolution No. 11-27, A Resolution to Appoint Members to the Bryn Du Commission

The terms of the current appointees (Reed Fraley and Tony Piehowicz) representing the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce on the Bryn Du Commission expired on April 30, 2011.  Council approved the Chamber’s re-appointment of Reed Fraley and appointment of Kris Burkett as a replacement for Tony Piehowicz, who requested that he not be reappointed to the Commission.

Resolution No. 11-28, A Resolution to Express Appreciation to Tony Piehowicz for Service on the Bryn Du Commission

This resolution expresses Council’s appreciation to Tony Piehowicz for his service on the Bryn Du Commission from April 30, 2008 to April 30, 2011.

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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