PUBLIC NOTICE OF LEGISLATION - VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
The Granville Village Council adopted the following legislation at the July 20, 2011 regular meeting:
The Granville Village Charter provides for a review by a citizen commission every ten years. This Charter Review Commission consists of seven electors appointed by the Village Council, who live within the Village and hold no other public office, appointment, or employment with the Village. The Commission and Village Council have recommended the following changes to the Granville Village Charter. These proposed changes will be placed on the November ballot for a vote by the Village residents.
Ordinance No. 15-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 2.02 of the Village Charter to Eliminate the Specific Time Requirement for Council Candidates to File Their Nominating Petitions with the Licking County Board of Elections Prior to the General Election from Seventy-Five Days to a Date Specified by the Board of Elections, and to Declare an Emergency
Ordinance No. 16-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 2.03 of the Village Charter to Change the Residential Time Requirement for Council Candidates to Reside Within the Municipality from Six Months to One Year Prior to the Filing of Their Nominating Petitions with the Licking County Board of Elections, and to Declare an Emergency
Ordinance No. 17-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 2.06 of the Village Charter to Change the Time Requirement to Fill Any Vacancy in the Office of Council Member from Thirty Days to Forty-Five Days, and to Declare an Emergency
Ordinance No. 19-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 2.10 of the Village Charter to Permit Alternate Methods of Service in Which Council Members May be Notified of Special Council Meetings by Allowing Notice Via Electronic Means or by Leaving a Physical Copy at the Council Member’s Usual Place of Residence in Addition to Personal Service, and to Declare and Emergency
Ordinance No. 21-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 3.06 of the Village Charter Requiring the Publication of Notices and Ordinances in a Prompt Manner That Best Ensures the Widest Distribution of Information Throughout the Community and Further Narrowing the Method in Which Publication Goals May be Met, and to Declare and Emergency
Ordinance No. 22-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 3.08 of the Village Charter to Reduce the Total Number of Valid Signatures Required for Initiative and Referendum Petitions from Fifteen Percent to Ten Percent of the Number of Municipal Electors Who Voted for the Office of Governor at the Last Gubernatorial Election, and to Declare and Emergency
Ordinance No. 25-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 8.01 of the Village Charter Requiring all Five Members of the Planning Commission to be Electors of the Village of Granville, to Eliminate the Requirement that one Member of the Planning Commission be a Member of the Board of Education , to Establish the Requirement that one Member of the Board of Education or a Designee of the Board of Education Serve as an Ex-Officio Member of the Planning Commission, and to Require Either a Member of the Council or a Designee of the Council Serve as an Ex-Officio Member of the Planning Commission, and to Declare an Emergency
Ordinance No. 26-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 9.04 of the Village Charter to Make Miscellaneous Non-Substantive Language Additions and Changes for Consistency, Clarity and Uniformity of Expression, and to Declare an Emergency
Ordinance No. 27-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 10.01 of the Village Charter to Correct a Non-Substantive Clerical Error in the Language, and to Declare an Emergency
Ordinance No. 28-11, An Ordinance to Amend Section 10.11 of the Village Charter to Establish a Date for Council to Appoint Future Charter Review Commissions and to Establish a Date for Future Charter Review Commissions to Report Their Recommendations for Amendments to the Charter to Council, and to Declare an Emergency
Additional legislation passed by the Village Council.
Resolution No, 11-39, A Resolution Expressing Granville Village Council Support for the Use of Golf Carts and Other Under Speed Vehicles Within the Village of Granville
This resolution expresses Council’s support for the use of golf carts and under speed vehicles in the Village under the laws and regulations outlined in the Ohio Revised Code.
Resolution No. 11-40, A Resolution to Authorize the Village Manager to Advertise for Bids for the Extension of the South Main Street Water Line
This resolution authorizes the Village Manager to seek bids for the extension of a waterline along South Main Street from the Granville Market, under Raccoon Creek to the southern edge of the Village Service Department property. This extension will provide water to the newly annexed Metropolitan Partners property. The Engineer’s estimate for this project is $140,852.
Resolution No. 11-41, A Resolution to Authorize Legal Counsel Representing the Village to Enter
into a Settlement Agreement in the Matter of Jesse R. Slocum vs. the Village of Granville
This resolution approves a settlement agreement in a matter of current litigation involving the Village. The settlement agreement follows the recommendations of the Law Director and the outside legal counsel representing the Village.
Resolution No. 11-42, A Resolution to Appoint Paul Feldman as Acting Assistant Village Manager of the Village of Granville and Establish the Acting Assistant Village Manager’s Salary
This resolution appoints Paul Feldman as the Acting Assistant Village Manager from July 25th through July 27th to provide a transition period for the new Manager. Mr. Feldman will maintain his current salary.
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.