Granville Community Calendar

Resolution 05-29

RESOLUTION NO. 05-29

A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE BID FOR NEWARK GRANVILLE ROAD BIKE PATH IMPROVEMENTS, AS PER SPECIFICATIONS, TO LAYTON COMPANIES, INC. AND TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT THEREFORE

BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of Granville, Ohio that: 

Section      I:   The bid award for Newark Granville Road Bike Path Improvements, as per specifications, be awarded to Layton Companies, Inc. for a total contract price of $86,500. 

Section     II:   The Manager should be and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to enter into an agreement with Layton Companies, Inc. for Newark Granville Road Bike Path Improvements. 

Section    III:    This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

 

Resolution 05-28

RESOLUTION 05-28

A RESOLUTION TO RE-APPOINT MEMBERS TO THE BRYN DU GOVERNANCE COMMISSION 

            WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 2.08(7) of the Charter of the Village of Granville, the Council of Granville, Ohio did by Resolution No. 04-14 create a Bryn Du Governance Commission; and 

            WHEREAS, the terms of Reed Fraley and Steve Mershon (Granville Area Chamber of Commerce appointees) will expire on April 30, 2005. 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of Granville, Ohio, a majority of the elected members concurring that:

Section  I:         Reed Fraley and Steve Mershon be and hereby is re-appointed to the Bryn Du Governance Commission for a three year term, said term to expire on April 30, 2008.

BE IT FURTHER NOTED, that the Bryn Du Governance Commission is appointed as follows: 

Granville Village Council:

                    Appointee                                                             Term Expires

                    Steve Herb                                                            April 30, 2007

                    Keith Myers                                                           April 30, 2007

                    Jurgen Pape                                                          April 30, 2007 

Granville Township:

                    Appointee                                                             Term Expires

                    Kim Miles                                                              April 30, 2006

                    Candi Moore                                                         April 30, 2006

Granville Area Chamber of Commerce:

                    Appointee                                                             Term Expires

                    Reed Fraley                                                           April 30, 2008

                    Steve Mershon                                                      April 30, 2008 

Section II:         This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

 

Resolution 05-27

RESOLUTION NO. 05-27 

A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE BID FOR BRYN DU IMPROVEMENTS, AS PER SPECIFICATIONS, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT THEREFORE

BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of Granville, Ohio that: 

Section      I:   The bid award for Bryn Du Improvements, as per specifications, be awarded to the following: 

                        General Contract       

                            Robertson Construction Services, Inc.          $151,400

                        Plumbing Contract

                            J.D.C. Plumbing; DBA Cramer Plumbing          $14,000

                        HVAC Contract

                            Mid Ohio Mechanical                                       $14,725

                        Electrical Contract

                            Fetter Electrical Contractors, Inc.                   $14,980 

Section     II:   The Manager should be and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to enter into an agreement with the above contractors for Bryn Du Improvements at a total construction cost of $195,105. 

Section    III:    This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-26

RESOLUTION NO. 05-26 

A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE BID FOR GROUNDS MAINTENANCE, AS PER SPECIFICATIONS, TO TOP SEED LAWN MANAGEMENT AND TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT THEREFORE

BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of Granville, Ohio that: 

Section      I:   The bid award for Grounds Maintenance, as per specification, be awarded to Top Seed Lawn Management for a total contract price of $1,691/per cut, and $3,089 for mulch installation and landscape maintenance. 

Section     II:   The Manager should be and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to enter into an agreement with Top Seed Lawn Management for 2005 Grounds Maintenance in the Village of Granville.

 Section    III:    This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-25

RESOLUTION NO. 05-25 

A RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE NEWARK EARTHWORKS INITIATIVE’S EFFORT TO HAVE A PUBLIC CELEBRATION OF THE NORTHERNMOST RISING OF THE MOON AT OCTAGON EARTHWORKS IN 2005

            WHEREAS, the Newark Earthworks site is an internationally recognized archaeological and cultural site, a National Historic Landmark (the highest recognition an historic site can be given by the United States of America) and is featured as one of the Seventy Wonders of the Ancient World in the book of that name edited by Cambridge University archaeologist Christopher Scarre; and 

            WHEREAS, a major feature of the architecture of the Newark Earthworks is the alignment of Octagon Earthworks to the 18.6 year long lunar cycle; and 

            WHEREAS, the northernmost rising of the moon, the alignment of which is marked by the principal axis of Octagon Earthworks, occurs only once every 18.6 years, and moonrises that are timely and visually impressive and that approximate that alignment will take place on three dates in 2005; and

            WHEREAS, many Native American Indians believe the Newark Earthworks site is a sacred place; and 

            WHEREAS, a celebration of this event recognizes the achievements of Ohio’s Native American Indians in geometry, astronomy, and architecture; and 

            WHEREAS, the educational value of the site long has been recognized by Ohio and local educators, with thousands of students already visiting Ohio Historical Society sites in Licking County annually; and 

            WHEREAS, schoolchildren and their families deserve the opportunity to visit this site on this once-in-a-generation occasion; and

            WHEREAS, a celebration of this achievement will continue to bring many local and out of state visitors and tourists to Newark and nearby communities contributing to economic development; and

            WHEREAS, enhanced programming and activities at the Newark Earthworks and in the broader community will increase the number and lengthen the stay of tourists and visitors, adding revenue to the local economy through extended occupancy in local hotels, patronage of local restaurants, and other purchases.

            NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:

Section  I: The Council calls upon the Ohio Historical Society and Moundbuilders Country Club to work together to provide access for the general public to Octagon Earthworks on the following three dates, including evening hours through the moonrises on these dates: September 24th, October 22nd, and November 18th

Section II: The Council declares October 22nd to be designated Newark Earthworks Day in Honor of this culturally and historically significant astronomical event.                         

Section III: This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-24

RESOLUTION NO. 05-24 

A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE BID FOR MISCELLANEOUS ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS, AS PER SPECIFICATIONS, TO ELITE EXCAVATING COMPANY AND TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT THEREFORE

BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of Granville, Ohio that:

Section      I:   The bid award for Miscellaneous Roadway Improvements, as per specifications, be awarded to Elite Excavating Company for a total contract price of $567,718 (East Broadway improvements = $251,141, Mt. Parnassus improvements = $316,577). 

Section     II:   The Manager should be and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to enter into an agreement with Elite Excavating Company for Miscellaneous Roadway Improvements. 

Section    III:    This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-23

RESOLUTION  NO.   05-23

A RESOLUTION OF UNANIMOUS SUPPORT FOR THE STUDY OF INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS TO STATE ROUTE 16 AND CHERRY VALLEY ROAD INTERSECTION.

            WHEREAS, the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS) is seeking the cooperation of Licking County communities for a SR16/Cherry Valley Road Interchange Justification Study (IJS); and, 

            WHEREAS, the SR16/Cherry Valley Road intersection is Licking County’s highest transportation priority; and, 

            WHEREAS, related to congestion and crash report data compared to other problem intersections in Ohio, the Ohio Transportation Review Advisory Council (TRAC) does not recognize the SR16/Cherry Valley Road as scoring high enough to receive 100% funding, as requested by an LCATS application for a IJS; and,  

            WHEREAS, the SR16/Cherry Valley Road intersection currently poses significant regional economic development hindrances to existing land uses and vacant lands.

            NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by a unanimous vote of the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:

Section I:         LCATS needs surrounding community’s assistance and support to initiate the SR 16/Cherry Valley Road interchange justification study. 

Section II:        The Village of Granville is joining with the communities of Newark and Heath, and the Licking County Commissioners to support the interchange justification study. 

Section III:       This resolution shall take effect and be in force immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-22

RESOLUTION NO. 05-22 

A RESOLUTION Authorizing the BRYN DU GOVERNANCE COMMISSION TO CREATE A TAX EXEMPT NOT FOR PROFIT CORPORATION

            WHEREAS, Council created a Bryn Du Governance Commission (“Commission”) pursuant to Section 2.08(7) of the Charter of Village of Granville in Resolution No. 04-14 (Amended); and 

            WHEREAS, the Commission was created for the purpose of managing the everyday operations of the Bryn Du property, including, but not limited to, implementing the development plan and any future planning of the Bryn Du property and coordinating with the Village and Township Officials to insure the public purpose remains a priority; and

            WHEREAS, the Commission has reviewed the facility/property maintenance and renovation requirements and the increased needs for program and site management; and

            WHEREAS, the Commission has determined that the rapid growth in site use will require a different oversight approach, including the active pursuit of philanthropic support and the employment of a part-time Program/Site Manager; and 

            WHEREAS, in order to maximize the philanthropic opportunities and to protect the Village from the financial obligations of employing a part-time Program/Site Manager, the Bryn Du Commission requested that it become a tax exempt not for profit corporation; and 

            WHEREAS, the tax-exempt not-for-profit corporation would have its board members appointed by the Village Council, have clearly defined obligations and responsibilities outlined in contractual documents with the Village; and

            WHEREAS, the Commission believes the incorporation of a tax exempt not for profit corporation would be appealing to a spectrum of donors; and

            WHEREAS, Council finds that the creation of such a tax exempt not for profit corporation would be in the best interest of the Village Granville.  

            NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of Granville, Ohio, a majority of the elected members concurring, that:

            Section 1.  The Bryn Du Commission is hereby authorized to create a tax exempt not for profit corporation consistent with the vision of the Village of Granville as outlined in Resolution 01-14 (Amended).

            Section 2.  The Bryn Du Commission is authorized to prepare and execute any and all documents necessary to create a tax  exempt not for profit corporation. 

            Section 3.  This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage

Resolution 05-21

RESOLUTION NO. 05-21

A RESOLUTION ASKING THE GOVERNOR AND THE STATE LEGISLATURE OF OHIO TO ENSURE THAT THEIR BUDGET DOCUMENT PROVIDES ADEQUATE STATE RESOURCES TO HELP SUPPORT THE COST OF DELIVERING ESSENTIAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT AND COMMUNITY 

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville provides a variety of services through our Local Government Funds including police protection, street maintenance an public safety; and 

WHEREAS, the Granville Exempted Village School District provides our children with many educational opportunities; and 

WHEREAS, the Village Council and the School District understand only too clearly that our state is facing a critical period with revenues down and realize it is growing increasingly difficult to fund all of our public services; and 

WHEREAS, the School District depends upon local police protection, fire protection, emergency services, snow removal and street maintenance in order to operate the schools safely and on time; and

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville depend upon quality schools and lifelong learning opportunities to help attract and retain businesses and responsible residents; and

WHEREAS, residents depend upon quality schools and quality local services to ensure growing property values and acceptable quality of life. 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that: 

Section   I:        The Village Council in cooperation with the Granville Exempted Village School District encourage the Governor and the State legislature of Ohio to ensure that their budget documents provide adequate state resources to help support the cost of delivering essential government services and educational opportunities at current or higher levels.  The Village Council feels it is paramount that our legislators maintain the viability of the local government fund as well as fix the impact of House Bill 920, phantom revenue and unfunded mandates. 

Section   II:       It is found and determined that all formal actions of this Council concerning and relating to the adoption of this Ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of this Council and that meetings of any of it committees that resulted in such formal action were meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal requirement including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised code and the Charter of the Village of Granville.

 

Resolution 05-20

RESOLUTION NO. 05-20 

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO SEEK RE-BIDS FOR THE NEWARK GRANVILLE ROAD PATHWAY EXTENSION

            BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that: 

Section   I: The Manager should be, and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to seek re-bids for improvements to the extension of the pathway along Newark Granville Road.

Section  II:     This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-19

RESOLUTION NO. 05-19

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 134 EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS "VICTORIA’S PARLOUR", SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

            WHEREAS, Sy Nguyen, proprietor of Victoria’s Parlour, has requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of their business establishment at 134 East Broadway, and;

            WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission has recommended to Council approval of Fred Wolf request subject to restrictions,

            NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:

Section   I:        Sy Nguyen, d.b.a. Victoria’s Parlour, is hereby granted permission to install a                                              sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 134 East Broadway subject                            to the following restrictions:

                        A)  The sidewalk cafe area is to be segregated from the rest of the sidewalk by means of                             planters and/or rope stanchions, or similar moveable fixtures;

                        B)  The area so segregated is not to exceed twenty (20) feet wide, fifteen (15) feet                                        deep, measured from either side border of the store premises and its building face,                                  respectively;

                        C)  An east/west access corridor through the cafe shall be provided;

                        D)  No exterior lights are to be installed;

                        E)  The cafe area shall be staffed during all hours of business operation;

                        F)  No cooking shall be permitted outside the existing Victoria’s Parlour facilities - the                                      sidewalk cafe may engage only in food service, subject to approval by the Licking                                      County Board of Health;

                        G)  Victoria’s Parlour and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness                                of the sidewalk cafe areas;

                        H)  Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Victoria’s Parlour and/or its owners shall                                       provide the Village of Granville with a certificate of insurance in an amount equal to or                               greater than one-million ($1,000,000) / two-million ($2,000,000) dollars, naming the                                 Village of Granville as an additional insured and certificate holder;

                        I) No alcoholic beverages are to be served or imbibed on the public sidewalk;

                        J) Outdoor furnishings, planters, stanchions, and all other outdoor fixtures are subject to                              architectural review and approval by the Granville Planning Commission.

                        K) Outside furnishings are not permitted to advertise commercial messages without sign                              review and approval by the Granville Planning Commission.

                        L)  No patrons will be permitted in the sidewalk café after 10pm, except during the                                        Bluesfest and Fourth of July festivities.

                        M)  In the event of breach of any of these conditions, the Village Manager, at his sole                                    discretion, may terminate this permit.

Section  II:        Victoria’s Parlour and its current owners are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein until October 31, 2005. All fixtures of the cafe shall be removed on this date. 

Section III:        This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

 

 

Resolution 05-18

RESOLUTION NO. 05-18

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 138 EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS "WHIT’S FROZEN CUSTARD", SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS 

            WHEREAS, Chuck Whitman, proprietor of Whit’s Frozen Custard, has requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of their business establishment at 138 East Broadway, and; 

            WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission has recommended to Council approval of Chuck Whitman’s request subject to restrictions,

            NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that:

Section I:  Chuck Whitman, d.b.a. Whit’s Frozen Custard, is hereby granted permission to install a   sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 138 East Broadway subject to the following restrictions:

A)  The sidewalk cafe area is to be segregated from the rest of the sidewalk by means of planters and/or rope stanchions, or similar moveable fixture

B)  The area so segregated is not to exceed twenty (20) feet wide, fifteen (15) feet deep, measured from either side border of the store premises and its building face, respectively;

C)  An east/west access corridor through the cafe shall be provided;

D)  No exterior lights are to be installed; 

E)  The cafe area shall be staffed during all hours of business operation; 

F)  No cooking shall be permitted outside the existing Whit’s Frozen Custard facilities - the sidewalk cafe may engage only in food service, subject to approval by the Licking County Board of Health;

G)  Whit’s Frozen Custard and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk cafe areas;

H)  Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Whit’s Frozen Custard and/or its owners shall provide the Village of Granville with a certificate of insurance in an amount equal to or greater than one-million ($1,000,000) / two-million ($2,000,000) dollars, naming the Village of Granville as an additional insured and certificate holder; 

I) No alcoholic beverages are to be served or imbibed on the public sidewalk;

J) Outdoor furnishings, planters, stanchions, and all other outdoor fixtures are subject to architectural review and approval by the Granville Planning Commission.

K) Outside furnishings are not permitted to advertise commercial messages without sign review and approval by the Granville Planning Commission.

L)  No patrons will be permitted in the sidewalk café after 10pm, except during the Bluesfest and Fourth of July festivities. 

M)  In the event of breach of any of these conditions, the Village Manager, at his sole discretion, may terminate this permit.

Section  II: Whit’s Frozen Custard and its current owners are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein until October 31, 2006.  All fixtures of the café shall be removed on this date. 

Section III: This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-17

RESOLUTION NO. 05-17 

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK ON EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS "Broadway Pub", SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS 

            WHEREAS, Eileen and Jim Arant, proprietors of Broadway Pub, have requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of their business establishment on East Broadway, and; 

            WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission has recommended to Council approval of Eileen and Jim Arant’s request subject to restrictions,

            NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that: 

Section I: Eileen and Jim Arant, d.b.a. Broadway Pub, are hereby granted permission to install a sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of Broadway Pub on East Broadway subject to the following restrictions:

A)  The sidewalk cafe area is to be segregated from the rest of the sidewalk by means of planters and/or rope stanchions, or similar moveable fixtures;

B)  The area so segregated is not to exceed twenty (20) feet wide, fifteen (15) feet deep, measured from either side border of the store premises and its building face, respectively;

C)  An east/west access corridor through the cafe shall be provided;

D)  No exterior lights are to be installed;

E)  The cafe area shall be staffed during all hours of business operation;

F)  No cooking shall be permitted outside the existing Broadway Pub facilities - the sidewalk cafe may engage only in food service, subject to approval by the Licking County Board of Health;

G)  Broadway Pub and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk cafe areas; 

H)  Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Broadway Pub and/or its owners shall provide the Village of Granville with a certificate of insurance in an amount equal to or greater than one-million ($1,000,000) / two-million ($2,000,000) dollars, naming the Village of Granville as an additional insured and certificate holder;

I) No alcoholic beverages are to be served or imbibed on the public sidewalk;

J) Outdoor furnishings, planters, stanchions, and all other outdoor fixtures are subject to architectural review and approval by the Granville Planning Commission. 

K) Outside furnishings are not permitted to advertise commercial messages without sign review and approval by the Granville Planning Commission.

L)  No patrons will be permitted in the sidewalk café after 10pm, except during the Bluesfest and Fourth of July festivities.

M)  In the event of breach of any of these conditions, the Village Manager, at his sole discretion, may terminate this permit. 

Section  II:  Broadway Pub and its current owners are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein until October 31, 2005. All fixtures of the cafe shall be removed on this date. 

Section III: This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-16

RESOLUTION NO. 05-16

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 132 EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS "VILLAGE COFFEE COMPANY", SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

            WHEREAS, Jon Raymond, proprietor of Village Coffee Company, has requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of their business establishment at 132 East Broadway, and; 

            WHEREAS, the Granville Planning Commission has recommended to Council approval of Jon Raymond’s request subject to restrictions,

            NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that: 

Section   I:   Jon Raymond, d.b.a. Village Coffee Company, is hereby granted permission to install a sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 132 East Broadway subject to                     the following restrictions: 

A)  The sidewalk cafe area is to be segregated from the rest of the sidewalk by means of planters and/or rope stanchions, or similar moveable fixtures;

B)  The area so segregated is not to exceed twenty (20) feet wide, fifteen (15) feet deep, measured from either side border of the store premises and its building face, respectively.

C)  An east/west access corridor through the cafe shall be provided; 

D)  No exterior lights are to be installed;

E)  The cafe area shall be staffed during all hours of business operation;

F)  No cooking shall be permitted outside the existing Village Coffee Company facilities - the sidewalk cafe may engage only in food service, subject to approval by the Licking County Board of Health;

G)  Village Coffee Company and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk cafe areas;

H)  Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Village Coffee Company and/or its owners shall provide the Village of Granville with a certificate of insurance in an amount equal to or greater than one-million ($1,000,000) / two-million ($2,000,000) dollars, naming the Village of Granville as an additional insured and certificate holder; 

I) No alcoholic beverages are to be served or imbibed on the public sidewalk;

J) Outdoor furnishings, planters, stanchions, and all other outdoor fixtures are subject to architectural review and approval by the Granville Planning Commission.

K) Outside furnishings are not permitted to advertise commercial messages without sign review and approval by the Granville Planning Commission.

L)  No patrons will be permitted in the sidewalk café after 10pm, except during the Bluesfest and Fourth of July festivities.

 M)  In the event of breach of any of these conditions, the Village Manager, at his sole discretion, may terminate this permit.

Section  II:   Village Coffee Company and its current owners are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein until October 31, 2005, within the discretion of the Village Staff and the owner as to date and time, but no later than the renewal of this resolution on or before March 2, 2006. 

Section III:    This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-15

RESOLUTION NO. 05-15

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A SHELTER AGREEMENT FOR SERVICE TO LICKING COUNTY DISASTER VICTIMS.

            WHEREAS, the 2004 holiday ice storm caused widespread extensive damage to trees and power lines throughout Central Ohio and especially Licking County and the Granville Community resulting in power outages ranging from a few hours to eight days, and 

            WHEREAS, due to the widespread loss of power, it was recognized by the Red Cross, as well as Granville Village staff, that there was an inadequacy of sufficient shelter space in this area, and 

            WHEREAS, the largest facilities available for shelter in the area are the Bryn Du Mansion and Village Office Council Chamber, and 

            WHEREAS, an addition of the Village of Granville to the Licking County Red Cross’ list of available shelters would be of great benefit to the Granville community for health and safety purposes.

            NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Council of Granville, Ohio, that: 

Section  I:       The Village Manager is hereby authorized and directed on behalf of the Village of Granville, Ohio, to enter into a shelter agreement for service to Licking County disaster victims.  

Section II:       This resolution shall take effect and be in full force immediately upon                            passage.

Resolution 05-14

RESOLUTION NO. 05-14 

A RESOLUTION OF SUPPORT TO HONOR TWO POINTS OF ACCESS OFF OF NEWARK-GRANVILLE ROAD TO THE PARK NATIONAL BANK TRUST PARCEL

WHEREAS, Jobes Henderson and Associates, Inc. has been requested by the Park National Bank, as Trustees, to contact the Village regarding the construction of a bikeway adjacent to the right-of-way line of Newark-Granville Road crossing the Park National Bank Trust property just east of Cherry Valley Road, more particularly described on Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein (“Property”); and

WHEREAS, the property currently has two existing points of access off of Newark-Granville Road and Jobes Henderson and Associates, Inc.’s feasibility studies maintain that two access points would be critical to the development of the property; and

WHEREAS, Jobes Henderson and Associates, Inc. represents that the bikeway would not impede the future development of the Park National Bank Trust property provided the Village guarantees that the property will continue to have two access points to Newark-Granville Road; and

WHEREAS, the Park National Bank, as Trustees, will grant an easement for the bikeway adjacent to their right-of-way line on Newark-Granville Road and across the property in exchange for the Village of Granville’s support for a continuation of two access points to its Newark-Granville Road property.

            NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of Granville, Licking County, Ohio, a majority of the elected members concurring, that:

            Section 1.  Council hereby expresses its support and its intention to continue to honor  two points of access off of Newark-Granville Road to the property owned by the Park National Bank Trust along Newark-Granville Road in exchange for the Park National Bank granting an easement for the bikeway path adjacent to the right-of-way line of Newark-Granville Road immediately east of Cherry Valley Road at no additional cost to the Village. 

            Section 2.  This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-13

RESOLUTION NO. 05-13 

A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION FOR MARK PARRIS 

WHEREAS, Mark Parris served as a Planning Commission Member for the Village of Granville from January 17, 2001 to January 24, 2005; and 

WHEREAS, during those years of service Mark gave faithfully of his time, talents and resources to help maintain a community standard that is apparent to both residents and visitors of the community; and 

WHEREAS, Mark’s experience of planning and development and his strong spirit to preserve the historic and architectural value of this community, have been an invaluable asset to both the Planning Commission and Village Staff in our attempt to maintain the New England charm that Granville is known for and at the same time enhancing the health, safety and general welfare of the people that live and work within its boundaries;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that: 

Section I:       On behalf of the citizens of the Village of Granville, Village Council and the Planning Commission would like to extend our gratitude and appreciation to you, Mark Parris, for all you have done and for all you will continue to do in other capacities to enrich the lives of us all.

Section II:      This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-12

RESOLUTION NO. 05-12 

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FOR A GROUNDS MAINTENANCE CONTRACTOR. 

            BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that: 

Section   I:      The Manager should be, and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Village of                   Granville to advertise for bids for a Grounds Maintenance Contractor. 

Section  II:     This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

 

Resolution 05-11

RESOLUTION NO. 05-11 

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO SEEK BIDS FOR BRYN DU MANSION IMPROVEMENTS. 

            BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that:

 

Section   I: The Manager should be, and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to seek bids for Bryn Du Mansion Improvements, which include first floor renovations (catering kitchen and rest room facilities), and ADA compliance. 

Section  II:     This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Resolution 05-10

RESOLUTION NO. 05-10 

A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE BID FOR BRYN DU LIFT STATION IMPROVEMENTS, AS PER SPECIFICATIONS, TO L. E. KING AND SON AND TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT THEREFORE.

BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of Granville, Ohio that: 

Section      I:   The bid award for Bryn Du Lift Station Improvements, as per specifications, be awarded to L. E. King and Son for a total contract price of $56,468.78. 

Section     II:   The Manager should be and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to enter into an agreement with L. E. King and Son for Bryn Du Lift Station Improvements. 

Section    III:    This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

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