The Granville Village Council adopted the following legislation during the August 7, 2013 regular meeting:
Ordinance No. 14-2013, An Ordinance Adopting Permanent Zoning (Village Gateway District – VGD) for the Village Service Department Property on 1833 Lancaster Road and Kiwanis Property on 1055 Old River Road
This Ordinance approves a request submitted by the Village of Granville and the Kiwanis Club of Granville to rezone three-point-two (3.2) acres from General Business District (GB) and Conservation District (C-1), Granville Township zoning, to Village Gateway District (VGD) within the Village of Granville zoning regulations. These properties were annexed into the Village in 2010, but zoning was never assigned to the properties.
Ordinance No. 15-2013, An Ordinance Adopting the Application to Rezone Property Owned by Denison University at 1375 North Street from Planned Unit Development District (PUD) to Institutional District (ID)
This Ordinance approves a request submitted by Denison University to rezone five (5) acres at 1375 North Street from Planned Unit Development District (PUD) to Institutional District (ID), which is consistent with all other Denison property.
Resolution No. 2013-46, A Resolution Authorizing the Village Manager to Enter into a Contract with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) for the Resurfacing and Related Work to South Cherry Street, from Broadway South to the Corporation Limit
This Resolution is required by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) from local jurisdictions, who receive local matching ODOT/LCATS funding. The Village will be paving South Cherry Street from Broadway to the Village corporation limits in 2015. The Village's share would include 100% of the cost of the engineering design drawings and approximately 36% of the overall roadway resurfacing costs. Staff is estimating the Village would be responsible for approximately $98,931.60 of the total cost, and ODOT/LCATS would pay a maximum of $173,830.00 for this project. The Village's share would be funded as part of the 2015 budget. This resolution also notifies ODOT/LCATS that the local jurisdiction has control over all rights-of-way necessary for completion of the project as well as requiring long-term maintenance of the roadway surface. This grant represents a 63% savings for the Village.
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.