Granville Community Calendar

Legislation Adopted October 5, 2016

The Granville Village Council adopted the following legislation at the October 5, 2016 regular meeting:

Ordinance No. 07-2016, An Ordinance Authorizing the Village Manager to Grant a General Permit to Robbins Hunter Museum to License the Use of the Village Right-of-Way at 221 East Broadway  

This ordinance authorizes the Village Manger to enter into an agreement with Robbins Hunter Museum to allow for an encroachment easement for a wrought iron fence to be installed along the front of the property. 

Ordinance No. 08-2016, An Ordinance to Revise the Codified Ordinances by Adopting Current Replacement Pages

This ordinance codifies the annual update to the Village Codified ordinances as prepared by the Walter Drane Company, a legal publishing company.  The biannual update includes those changes to the Village Code that have been adopted by Village Council since the last update as well as statewide changes to the Ohio Revised Code that should be incorporated into our Village Code. 

Resolution No. 2016-46, A Resolution to Permit the Demolition of a Two-Story Barn at 424 East College Street

This resolution authorizes the demolition of a two story barn at 424 East College Street.  This application was reviewed and approved for demolition by the Planning Commission.  The Granville Historical Society also reviewed the application and found no historical value to the barn. 

Resolution No. 2016-47, A Resolution to Award the Contract for Towing and Impound for Services for the Police Department to M & P Towing LLC, and to Authorize the Village Manager to Enter into an Agreement Therefor

This resolution awards the contract for police impound and towing to M & P Towing LLC for the next three years.  M & P’s bid was lower on the basic towing fee and daily storage fee.  This information was reviewed by the Police Chief and has his recommendation.

Resolution No. 2016-48, A Resolution in Support of Funding a Proposal by the Economic Development Committee to Map Developable Properties in the Village and Township

This resolution authorizes the spending of $750 to cover the costs of a proposal to map available, developable properties in the Village and Township showing available utilities, property ownership, and zoning.   This effort is being recommended by the multi-jurisdictional Economic Development Committee whose goal is to find additional business revenue sources other than residential property.                     

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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