Granville Community Calendar

Legislation Adopted by Village Council on April 7

PUBLIC NOTICE
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE


The Granville Village Council adopted the following legislation at the April 7, 2010 regular meeting:

Ordinance No. 03-10, An Ordinance to Permit the Demolition of a Detached Barn at 418 West Broadway

This ordinance authorizes the demolition of a detached two-story barn at 418 West Broadway.  The owners of the property have indicated that the structural integrity of the existing barn is questionable.  The property owner would like to construct a deeper barn building.  The Granville Historical Society has concluded that the barn does not represent anything of significant historical interest.  The Granville Planning Commission recommended that Village Council approve the demolition of the barn after reviewing and approving the plans for a new barn to be built in the rear yard area.  The BZBA also approved a variance to allow the new barn to be built on the site.

Ordinance No. 04-10, An Ordinance Assuming maintenance Responsibility for Lancaster road, Old River Road, and River Road Upon Annexation of Certain Territory in the Township of Granville to the Village of Granville, Agreeing to Cooperate in the Maintenance of Said Roadways, and Indemnifying the Township of Granville

This ordinance is required under the State of Ohio annexation laws.  When a proposed annexation divides or segments an existing street or highway, the municipality must agree, as a condition of the annexation, to assume maintenance responsibility for that street or highway to the nearest intersection.  This proposed ordinance states the Village's intention to assume the maintenance responsibility for Lancaster Road (from the existing Village limits to the right-of-way for State Route 16), all of Old River Road, and River Road (from Lancaster Road east to State Route 16).

Resolution No. 10-22, A Resolution Authorizing the Village manager, Finance Director, and Police Chief to Execute an Agreement Between the Village of Granville and the Fraternal Order of Police, Ohio Labor Council Inc., Representing the Full-time Police Officers and Police Sergeants, Which Agreement Will be Effective for the Period From January 1, 2010 Through December 31, 2012

This resolution authorizes the Village Manager, Finance Director, and Police Chief to execute the agreement with the Fraternal Order of Police, representing the full-time police officers and police sergeants.  There are few substantive changes from the prior agreement, with the exception of the wage adjustments. 

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.

Mollie Prasher, Clerk of Council
Publish in the Granville Sentinel on 4/15/10


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