At its regular meeting on August 6, 2014, the Granville Village Council scheduled a hearing for August 20, 2014 at 7:30pm in the Granville Village Council Chambers, 141 East Broadway, for the followin
Ordinance No. 06-2014, An Ordinance to Rescind Chapter 925 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Granville and Adopt a New Chapter 925 Pertaining to Water Regulations and Charges
This Ordinance would rescind the current Chapter 925 regarding water regulations and fees and replace it with an update and corrected Chapter. The changes involve updating state and federal regulations, changes in Village maintenance procedures, the addition of definitions, specific language regarding contracts for large water consumers and a general clean-up of language. No major changes in language or fees are being suggested.
Ordinance No. 07-2014, An Ordinance to Enact Chapter 719, Sections 719.01, 719.02, 719.03, 719.04, 719.05, 719.06, 719.07, 719.08, 719.09, 719.10, 719.011 and 719.12 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Granville, Ohio Pertaining to Food Truck Standards
This Ordinance would create Chapter 719 (Mobile Food Trucks) to provide for the permitting of mobile food trucks within the business regulations as a permitted use.
Ordinance No. 08-2014, An Ordinance to Amend Sections 1159.02, 1167.02, 1169.02, 1171.02, 1173.02, and 1175.02 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Granville, Ohio Pertaining to Food Truck Standards
This Ordinance would modify Chapters 1159, 1167, 1169, 1173, 1175 (as they relate to Mobile Food Trucks and Permitted Uses).
Ordinance No. 09-2014, An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 1176, Sections 1176.04 and 1176.05 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Granville, Ohio Pertaining to the Transportation Corridor Overlay District Standards
This Ordinance would amend the Transportation Corridor Overlay District to make the following modifications.
1. Remove the distance setback requirement (currently 100’) for new buildings and allows for buildings to be constructed in accordance with other structures within the general area. 2. Remove the distance setback requirement (currently 50’) for a landscaped green belt is and simply requires a landscaped area. All parking areas are required to be located behind setback line of the building. Parking areas will still be setback from the right-of-way a distance as established by other existing development within the area. 3. Revise the current road network plan – removes the requirement that South Galway Drive has to be extended from North Cherry Valley Road to Newark-Granville Road. This previously adopted roadway has no future development potential and will be unnecessary once the Cherry Valley Road Interchange is constructed and the existing signalized intersection is removed. 4. Remove the section dealing with desirable land uses. The permitted and conditionally uses are already listed in the Zoning Code and are not necessary in this location. 4. Remove references to the ITE Trip Generation Manual, as this information routinely changes. Any new development is required to provide either a Traffic Impact Study or Limited Traffic Operations Analysis anyway so this information is redundant and could be outdated
Ordinance No. 10-2014, An Ordinance to Amend Ordinances No. 22-2013 Providing for Adjustment of the Annual Budget for the Fiscal Year 2014 and Revising Sums for Operating Expenses
This ordinance would amend the 2014 budget to allow for the payment of $40,560.00 for the repaving of South Cherry Street by ODOT in 2014. This project was originally scheduled and budgeted for 2015.
Ordinance No. 11-2014, An Ordinance Authorizing the Village Manager to Grant a General Permit to Lee Beall to License the Use of the Village Right-of-Way at 212 East Elm Street
This Ordinance would grant Lee Beall a permit to reinstall a fence that would encroach onto Village right-a-way at his home at 212 East Elm Street. The encroachment would be approximately one feet, four inches on to the Elm Street right-of-way.