Granville Community Calendar

Legislation Adopted March 18, 2015

The Granville Village Council adopted the following legislation at the March 18, 2015 regular meeting: 

Ordinance No. 03-2015, An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance No. 16-2014 Providing for Adjustments of the Annual Budget for the Fiscal Year 2015 and Revising Sums for Operating Expenses 

This ordinance is a supplemental appropriation ordinance to amend the 2015 annual operating budget to account for local funds required for the SR 16 and Cherry Valley interchange project and for the South Cherry Street resurfacing project. 

Resolution No. 2015-12, A Resolution to Appoint a Member to the Board of Trustees for the Granville Recreation District

This resolution appoints Todd Naille to the Granville Recreation District for a three-year term expiring on February 28, 2018.  The current Council representative Kate Barrett has declined to serve another term.  

Resolution No. 2015-21, A Resolution to Award the Contract for the 2015 Street Improvement Project to Columbus Asphalt Paving, Inc., as per Specifications, and Authorize the Village Manager to Enter into an Agreement Therefor

Bids for the 2015 street improvement project were opened on March 5, 2015. The lowest bidder was Columbus Asphalt Paving, Inc. for a base bid of $556,417.40. The Village Engineer concluded that Columbus Asphalt Paving, Inc. has the ability, the resources, and the experience to properly complete the work and has recommended that the contract for the 2015 street improvement project be awarded to Columbus Asphalt Paving, Inc.  The project will mill and pave Burg Street, North Granger Street, Spellman Street, a portion of Summit Street and install a sidewalk on Burg Street from Thresher Street to Chapin Place.

Resolution No. 2015-22, A Resolution Authorizing the Village Manager to Enter into a Contract with Integrys for an Electrical Aggregation Plan for the Residents of the Village of Granville

This resolution allows the Village Manager to sign a contract with Integrys/Constellation to provide aggregate electricity supply service to Village residents. The proposed rates and conditions for Village and Township eligible electrical consumers, assuming a June 1st start date, are below.  These rates compare favorably with the most common AEP rate of between 8.1 cents to 10 cents with no early cancellation fees, budget billing, new connections receiving the current rate and $3,500 to reimbursement the Village and Township costs associated with the aggregation process and elections.

12 months 6.54 Cents/kWh

24 months 6.14 Cents/kWh

36 months 6.29 Cents/kWh

Resolution No. 2015-23, A Resolution Supporting the Historic Buxton Inn in their Efforts to Obtain Ohio State Historic Preservation Tax Credits for the Redevelopment of Property Located at 303, 307, 313, 321 East Broadway, 327 East Elm Street and 118, 124 128 South Pearl Street in the Village of Granville

The Village of Granville received a letter from Urban Restorations, LLC requesting a resolution of support for their Ohio Historic Tax Credit application.  The Buxton Inn properties include buildings located at 303, 307, 313, 321 East Broadway, 327 East Elm Street and 118, 124, 128 South Pearl Street. 

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

 

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