Granville Community Calendar

Resolution No. 37-2018

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-37

A RESOLUTION TO EXPRESS APPRECIATION FOR TERRY HOPKINS

 

WHEREAS, Terry Hopkins has served the Village of Granville with excellence for the past twenty-seven plus years as Service Department Director, Supervisor, and Tree Trimmer; and           

WHEREAS, in those many years of service, Terry has performed with dedication, leading by example and earning the deep respect and gratitude of the citizens, various Village councils, and Village staff; and

WHEREAS, Terry is known for his understanding and knowledge of all areas of the Village, that when combined, have enabled him to help the community resolve many difficult issues; and

WHEREAS, Terry has helped maintain the transportation needs of the Village in many ways from the planning and execution of major street improvements, the purchasing and sale of Village property, managing the Village’s tree population, overseeing the clearing of roadways in the winter, providing an invaluable level of institutional knowledge and working tirelessly to maintain open and equal communication with Village staff and residents; and

WHEREAS, during Terry’s tenure, the Village of Granville has become a more beautiful environment, preserving 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 BY THE COUNCIL OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, that:

Section I:  On behalf of the citizens of the Village of Granville, Ohio, Village Council hereby offers its gratitude and appreciation to you, Terry Hopkins, for your years of service, dedication and efforts on behalf of the members of the Granville community, Village Council and Village staff that have enriched the lives of all.

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

Passed this16th day of May, 2018.

Resolution NO. 2018-36

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-36

A RESOLUTION ENDORSING THE GRANVILLE EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT’S ACADEMIC, EXTRACURRICULAR AND FISCAL MANAGEMENT POLICIES

 

WHEREAS, the Granville Exempted Village School District maintains a tradition of excellence and is a valued part of the Granville community; and

WHEREAS, Granville schools are consistently ranked among the very best in academic performance in the state of Ohio; and

WHEREAS, Granville schools also consistently achieve excellence in the arts, music, athletics and other extracurricular activities, with more than 90% of students participating in extracurricular activities including performing arts, clubs and sports; and

WHEREAS, under the state of Ohio’s school funding formula, local taxpayers in Granville contribute approximately 75% of the cost of operating Granville schools; and

WHEREAS, through prudent academic, extracurricular and fiscal management policies, the Granville Exempted Village School District consistently provides a best-in-class education to Granville students at a significantly lower per-pupil cost than comparable high-achieving schools; and

WHEREAS, an exemplary and efficient school system is a key asset to the Village of Granville, and contributes to the vitality of the community by attracting residents and positively impacting property values; and

WHEREAS, a demonstrated record of success merits the continued confidence of the Granville community in those who are charged with maintaining that success. 

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

Section 1:   The Granville Village Council hereby expresses its confidence in and support of the Granville Exempted Village School District and its Superintendent, Board, teachers, staff and students.

Section 2:    The Granville Village Council hereby endorses the Granville Exempted Village School District’s academic, extracurricular and fiscal management policies.

Section 3:   This resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.

Passed this 2nd day of May, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-35

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-35

A RESOLUTION TO APPOINT A MEMBER TO THE GRANVILLE ARTS COMMISSION

 

WHEREAS, on March 3, 2004, by Resolution No. 04-19, the Village Council created the Granville Arts Commission to be a “community based organization dedicated to the enhancement of cultural arts, community character, and interaction;” and

WHEREAS, that resolution stipulated that the Granville Arts Commission be comprised of members appointed from the following organizations: Granville Village Council, Granville Township Trustees, Granville Chamber of Commerce, Granville Historical Society, Bryn Du Commission, Granville Recreation District, Granville Foundation, Denison University and two volunteers from the community at-large; and

WHEREAS, Meg Ginther, the Granville Community Foundation, resigned from the Commission in April, 2018 and a new member needs to be appointed; and

WHEREAS, the Granville Community Foundation recommended that Amanda Love be appointed to replace Meg Ginther as the Foundation representative to the Granville Arts Commission completing a term that expires January 31, 2020.

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

Section 1. Amanda Love is hereby appointed as the Granville Community Foundation representative to the Granville Arts Commission by the Village Council.

Section 2. BE IT FURTHER NOTED that membership of the Granville Arts Commission shall be as follows:                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Term Expires

Bryn Du Commission                   Jurgen Pape                           January 31, 2019

Denison University                      Laurie MacKenzie-Crane        January 31, 2019

Granville Area Chamber of Commerce   Angela Katona           January 31, 2019

Granville Foundation                   Amanda Love                        January 31, 2020

Granville Historical Society          Marilyn Sundin                      January 31, 2020

Granville Recreation District        Neal Zimmers                       January 31, 2020

Granville Township Trustee          Mickey Smith                         January 31, 2021

Granville Village Council              Lois Foreman Wernet            January 31, 2021

Community-at-large (2)                Wayne Piper                         January 31, 2021

                                                       Kyle Morgan                         January 31, 2021

Section 3. This resolution shall take effect and be in full force immediately upon passage.

Passed this 2nd day of May, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-34

                          RESOLUTION NO.  2018-34

A RESOLUTION TO DECLARE WITH THE GRANVILLE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES THAT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE UNION CEMETERY, UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 759.27 OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE, SHALL CONTINUE

 

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville and Granville Township have agreed that the Old Colony Burying Ground, located on the east side of South Main Street in Granville, is a site of community interest and historical value, and;

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville owns and collaborates with Granville Township to maintain the Old Colony Burying Ground site, and;

WHEREAS, Granville Township owns and maintains Maple Grove and other township cemeteries, and;

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville and Granville Township deem it appropriate that the best interests of the Old Colony Burying Ground are and continue to be most appropriately served by a union for cemetery purposes; and

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville and Granville Township have established a Memorandum of Understanding to outline each entities areas of responsibilities for the Old Colony Burying Ground.

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

Section   I: The Old Colony Burying Ground located on the east side of South Main Street in the Village of Granville shall remain a Union Cemetery in accordance with the provisions of Section 759.27 of the Ohio Revised Code.

Section II: The Granville Village Council hereby accepts the Union Cemetery reports as submitted and joins with the Township to request a 2017 final operation report and a 2018 budget, which takes into account the reduced local government funds for both the Village and the Township.

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

Passed this 2nd day of May, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-33

                                  RESOLUTION NO.  2018-33

A RESOLUTION TO (RE)APPOINT A MEMBER TO THE UNION CEMETERY BOARD OF TRUSTEES

 

WHEREAS, Granville Village and Granville Township have agreed that the Old Colony Burying Ground, located on the east side of South Main Street in Granville, is a site of community interest and historical value, and;

WHEREAS, Granville Village and Granville Township deem it appropriate that the best interests of the Old Colony Burying Ground are and continue to be most appropriately served by a union for cemetery purposes, and;

WHEREAS, the term of Board member Lyn Boone expires on May 31, 2018 and she has indicated willingness to continue to serve as the Community-at-Large appointed member.

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

Section I:  Lyn Boone be and hereby is reappointed to a term as a Union Cemetery Boardmember, a term which commencing on June 1, 2018 and expiring on May 31, 2021.

Section II:  BE IT FURTHER NOTED that the Union Cemetery Board is as follows with terms as indicated:

                   Members                                                    Term Expires

                   Kevin Bennett                                               May 31, 2020

                   Lyn Boone                                                  May 31, 2021

                   Matt McGowan                                             May 31, 2019               

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

Passed this 2nd day of May, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-32

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-32

A RESOLUTION TO (RE)APPOINT MEMBERS TO THE BRYN DU COMMISSION

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

WHEREAS, the terms of Candi Moore and Joe Hickman representing the Township Trustees on the Bryn Du Commission are scheduled to expire on April 30, 2018; and

WHEREAS, Candi Moore and Joe Hickman have expressed interest in continuing to serve on the Bryn Du Commission; and

WHEREAS, the Granville Township Trustees is recommending that Village Council (re)appoint members to the Commission to fill two positions with three-year terms commencing on May 1, 2018 and ending on April 30, 2021.

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

Section I: Candi Moore and Joe Hickman are hereby (re)appointed to a new term on the Bryn Du Commission, representing the Granville Township Trustees from May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2021.

BE IT FURTHER NOTED that the current membership of the Bryn Du Commission is as follows:

Granville Village Council:

 Appointee                                       Term Expires

Stewart Dyke                                    April 30, 2019

Keith Myers                                       April 30, 2019

Jurgen Pape                                      April 30, 2019

Granville Township Trustees:

 Appointee                                       Term Expires

Joe Hickman                                    April 30, 2021

 Candi Moore                                   April 30, 2021

Granville Area Chamber of Commerce:                    Appointee                                        Term Expires

Reed Fraley                                     April 30, 2020

Mark Uher                                       April 30, 2020                   

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

Passed this 18th day of April, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-31

NO SECOND – NO ACTION TAKEN

 

RESOLUTION 2018-31

A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE CONTRACT FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF THE SOUTH CHERRY STREET STORM WATER AND WATER LINE PROJECT TO LAYTON, INC., AS PER SPECIFICATIONS, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT THEREFOR

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville has received proposals from companies interested in providing the services required for the replacement of the storm water and water line on South Cherry Street; and

WHEREAS, the Village Engineer has reviewed the proposals that were submitted and has recommended that the contract for the replacement of the South Cherry Street storm water and water line project be awarded to the lowest and best bidder, Layton, Inc.

NOW THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Council of Granville, Ohio that:

Section I: The contract for the replacement of the South Cherry Street storm water and water line project, as per specifications, is hereby awarded to Layton, Inc. in the approximate amount of $1,039.458.50.

Section II: The Village Manager is hereby authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to enter into an agreement with Layton, Inc. for the replacement of the South Cherry Street storm water and water line project.

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

Resolution No. 2018-30

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-30

A Resolution COMMENDING AND THANKING THE SOUTH CHERRY VALLEY ROAD TASK FORCE AND ADOPTING A POLICY STATEMENT REGARDING FUTURE DEVELOPMENT AND ZONING OF THE SOUTH CHERRY VALLEY ROAD AREA 

 

WHEREAS, on August 2, 2017 Council passed Resolution No. 2017-38, whereby the South Cherry Valley Road Task Force (“Task Force”) was created; and

WHEREAS, the purpose of the Task Force was to study the existing land use and zoning in and along the South Cherry Valley Road corridor south of State Route 16; and

WHEREAS, the Task Force held a series of public meetings on August 26, September 14, September 16 and October 24, 2017; and

WHEREAS, in addition to receiving public input from Village and Township residents, the Task Force considered the Village Comprehensive Plan; the Village and Township zoning ordinances; the geography and topography of the study area; and the insights and recommendations of a diverse and accomplished group of planners, developers, educators, civic and business leaders; and

WHEREAS, after reviewing, discussing and processing all of the information it collected, the Task Force presented its findings and recommendations in a written report to Council on January 10, 2018; and

WHEREAS, Council has carefully considered the Task Force’s findings and recommendations, and believes it is in the best interest of the Granville Community to adopt a policy statement regarding future development and zoning of the South Cherry Valley Road area.

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

Section I:   The members of the Task Force should be and hereby are commended and thanked for their valuable contribution to this important community issue.  Those individuals are:

·      Dan Finkelman, Granville Village Council (Chairman)

·      Russ Ginese, Granville School Board (Vice Chairman)

·      Carl Jennings, former member of Granville Planning Commission

·      Keith Myers, Vice President, The Ohio State University

·      Bradley Smith, former member of Granville BZBA

·      Bill Wilkin, Chairman of Granville Planning Commission

·      Debi Walker Yost, Granville Village Planner

Section II:  Due to the reconfiguration of the State Route 16/Cherry Valley Road interchange by ODOT, the character and land use potential of the South Cherry Valley Road corridor has changed significantly, necessitating a rethinking of the zoning and development landscape in that area.

Section III:  The primary purpose and intent regarding future development of the South Cherry Valley Road corridor shall be: (1) To preserve and enhance, rather than harm, existing neighborhood, Village and Township quality of life and property values; (2) To facilitate a development pattern in harmony with land use density, transportation facilities and community facilities objectives as reflected in the Village Comprehensive Plan; and (3) To improve tax revenues to both the Village and the Granville Exempted Village School District while minimizing costs to the Village for infrastructure acquisition and maintenance.

Section IV:   Based upon the considered analysis and recommendations of the Task Force, it appears that the most beneficial long-term land use priorities in the South Cherry Valley Road corridor include: (1) Office space, either medical or mixed use; (2) A mix of public and private recreational facilities such as indoor and outdoor playing fields, field houses, ice rinks and other destination recreational areas; (3) Outdoor recreational facilities such as walking/hiking paths, canoeing, rafting or kayaking which can leverage the natural resource of Raccoon Creek; and (4) Limited mixed-use combinations of commercial, retail and residential uses. 

Section V:   The Village Manager is hereby directed to oversee the research and drafting of a proposed Planned Development District zoning ordinance to help facilitate future development in accordance with these land use priorities in the South Cherry Valley Road corridor.

Section VI:  The Village Manager is hereby directed to oversee the exploration of economic development tools, including but not limited to public/private partnerships, joint economic development districts and tax increment financing, as applicable and viable, to help facilitate future development in accordance with these land use priorities in the South Cherry Valley Road corridor.

Section VII: It is the expectation of Council that the Village of Granville will work proactively with those who seek to implement future development in the South Cherry Valley Road corridor in furtherance of these stated policy goals.       

Section VIII:   This Resolution shall take effect and be in force immediately upon passage.

Passed the 4th day of April, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-29

RESOLUTION 2018-29

A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE CONTRACT FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF THE CEDAR STREET WATERLINE TO B K LAYER, LLC, AS PER SPECIFICATIONS, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT THEREFOR

 

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville has received proposals from companies interested in providing the services required for the replacement of the waterline along Cedar Street; and

WHEREAS, the Village Engineer has reviewed the proposals that were submitted and has recommended that the contract for the replacement of the Cedar Street waterline be awarded to the lowest and best bidder.

NOW THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Council of Granville, Ohio that:

Section I: The contract for the replacement of the Cedar Street waterline, as per specifications, is hereby awarded to B K Layer, LLC in the approximate amount of $104,690, $32,310 below the Engineer’s estimate of $137,000.

Section II: The Village Manager is hereby authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to enter into an agreement with B K Layer LLC for the replacement of the Cedar Street waterline. 

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

Passed this 4th day of April, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-28

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-28

A RESOLUTION TO AWARD THE CONTRACT FOR THE 2018 STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TO STRAWSER PAVING COMPANY, AS PER SPECIFICATIONS, AND AUTHORIZES THE VILLAGE MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT THEREFOR

 

WHEREAS, the Village of Granville has received proposals from companies interested in providing the services required for the 2018 street improvement project to mill and pave Cedar Lane, East Elm Street, East Maple Street, South Pearl Street and North and South Prospect Streets; and

WHEREAS, the Village Engineer has reviewed the proposals that were submitted and has determined that the lowest and most responsible bidder for the project is Strawser Paving Company; and

WHEREAS, the Village Engineer has also concluded that Strawser Paving Company has the ability, the resources, and the experience to properly complete the project and has recommended that the contract for the 2018 street improvement project be awarded to Strawser Paving Company; and

WHEREAS, sufficient funds were appropriated for this project in the 2018 Village budget.

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

Section I: The contract for the 2018 street improvement project to mill and pave Cedar Lane, East Elm Street, East Maple Street, South Pearl Street and North and South Prospect Streets, as per specifications, is hereby awarded to Strawser Paving Company in the amount of $309,690.00 for the base bid. 

Section II: The Village Manager is hereby authorized on behalf of the Village of Granville to enter into an agreement with Strawser Paving Company for the 2018 street improvement project, as included in the base bid. 

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-27

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-27

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 138 NORTH PROSPECT IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS "MAI CHAU ON PROSPECT" FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Scott Wilkins, proprietor of Mai Chau on Prospect, has requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of his business establishment at 138 North Prospect.

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

Section I: Scott Wilkins, d.b.a. Mai Chau on Prospect, is hereby granted permission to install a sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 138 North Prospect 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) As shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, the café area so segregated is not to exceed fourteen(14) feet wide, three(3) feet deep, measured from either side border of the store premises and its building face, respectively

C) A five (5) feet wide north/south pedestrian walkway adjacent to the cafe seating shall be provided at all times;

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 Mai Chau on Prospect facilities – the sidewalk cafe may engage only in food service, subject to approval by the Licking County Board of Health;

G) Mai Chau on Prospect and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk cafe area;

H) Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Mai Chau on Prospect 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) When the sidewalk café area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for Mai Chau shall be displayed within the designated café area as shown in Exhibit A;

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: Mai Chau on Prospect and its current owner are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk café, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date of such use beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk cafes.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-26

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-26

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF  SIDEWALK SEATING ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 125 EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS "GRANVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE" FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Steve Matheny, proprietor of the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce, has requested Council's permission to install non-permanent sidewalk seating on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of this business establishment at 125 East Broadway.

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

Section I: Steve Matheny, d.b.a. the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce, is hereby granted permission to install  sidewalk seating on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 125 East Broadway subject to the following restrictions:

A) As shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, the seating area so segregated is not to exceed six (6) feet wide, fifteen (15) feet deep, measured from either side of the store premises and its building face, respectively;

B) A five (5) feet wide north/south pedestrian walkway adjacent to the seating shall be provided at all times;

C) No exterior lights are to be installed;

D) The seating area shall be staffed during all hours of business operation;

E) No cooking shall be permitted outside the Chamber office;

F) The Granville Area Chamber of Commerce shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the seating area;

G) Prior to installation of the sidewalk seating, the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce 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;

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

I) When the sidewalk seating area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce shall be displayed within the designated seating area as shown in Exhibit A;

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

K) No patrons will be permitted in the sidewalk seating area after 10pm, except during the Bluesfest and Fourth of July festivities;

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

Section II: The Granville Area Chamber of Commerce is hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk seating area, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk seating.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-25

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-25

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 127 EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS THE "DRAGON VILLAGE” FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Xue Gao, proprietor of the Dragon Village, has requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of his business establishment at 127 East Broadway.

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

Section I: Xue Gao, d.b.a. Dragon Village, is hereby granted permission to install a sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 127 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) As shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, the café 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) No exterior lights are to be installed;

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

E) 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;

F) Dragon Village and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk cafe area;

G) Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Dragon Village 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;

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

I) When the sidewalk café sales area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for Dragon Village shall be displayed within the designated café area as shown on Exhibit A.

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

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

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

Section II: Dragon Village and its current owner are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk café, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date of such use beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk cafes.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

 

 

Resolution No. 2018-24

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-24

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” FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Gary Love, 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 his business establishment on East Broadway.

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

Section I:  Gary Love, 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 fixtures;

B) As shown on Exhibit E attached hereto, the café 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) No exterior lights are to be installed;

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

E) 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;

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

G) Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Whit’s Frozen Custard 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;

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

I) When the sidewalk café sales area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for Whit’s Frozen Custard shall be displayed within the designated café area as shown on Exhibit A.

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

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

L) 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 owner are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk café, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date of such use beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk cafes.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

 

Resolution No. 2018-23

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-23

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 THE "DAY Y NOCHE" FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Mary Morales-Rivera, owner, has requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of the building at 134 East Broadway.

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

Section I: Mary Morales-Rivera, d.b.a. Day y Noche, 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) As shown on Exhibit E attached hereto, the café 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) No exterior lights are to be installed;

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

E) No cooking shall be permitted outside the existing Day y Noche facilities – the sidewalk cafe may engage only in food service, subject to approval by the Licking County Board of Health;

F) Day y Noche and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk cafe area;

G) Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Day y Noche 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;

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

I) When the sidewalk café sales area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for Day y Noche shall only be displayed within the designated café area as shown on Exhibit A.

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

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

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

Section II: Day y Noche and its current owner are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk café, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date of such use beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk cafes.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-22

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-22

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 THE "VILLAGE COFFEE COMPANY” FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Chad Short, proprietor of the 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 his business establishment at 132 East Broadway.

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

Section I: Chad Short, 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) As shown on Exhibit E attached hereto, the café 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)  No exterior lights are to be installed.

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

E) 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;

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

G) Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Village Coffee Company 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;

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

I) When the sidewalk café sales area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for Village Coffee Company shall be displayed within the designated café area as shown on Exhibit E;

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

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

L) 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 owner are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk café, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date of such use beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk cafes.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-21

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-21

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 128 EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS THE "MOE’S ORIGINAL BARBEQUE” FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Greg Tracey and Kara Gallagher, proprietors of Moe’s, have requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of the building at 128 East Broadway.

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

Section I: Greg Tracey and Kara Gallagher, d.b.a. Moe’s Original Barbeque, is hereby granted permission to install a sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 128 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) As shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, the café 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)  No exterior lights are to be installed;

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

E) No cooking shall be permitted outside the existing Moe’s Original Barbeque facility – the sidewalk cafe may engage only in food service, subject to approval by the Licking County Board of Health;

F) Moe’s Original Barbeque and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk area;

G) Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Moe’s Original Barbeque 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;

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

I) When the sidewalk café sales area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for Bella shall only be displayed within the designated café area as shown on Exhibit A.

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

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

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

Section II: Moe’s Original Barbeque and its current owner are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk café, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date of such use beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk cafes.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-20

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-20

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 126 EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS THE "THE PUB ON BROADWAY" FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Eileen and Jim Arant, proprietors of The Pub on Broadway, have requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of their business at 126 East Broadway.

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

Section I: Eileen and Jim Arant, d.b.a. The Pub on Broadway, are hereby granted permission to install a sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 126 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) As shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, the café 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)  No exterior lights are to be installed;

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

E) No cooking shall be permitted outside the existing The Pub on Broadway facilities – the sidewalk cafe may engage only in food service, subject to approval by the Licking County Board of Health.

F) The Pub on Broadway and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk cafe area;

G) Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, The Pub on Broadway 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;

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

I) When the sidewalk café sales area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for The Pub on Broadway shall only be displayed within the designated café area as shown on Exhibit A.

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

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

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

Section II: The Pub on Broadway and its current owner are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk café, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date of such use beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk cafes.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-19

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-19

A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE NON-PERMANENT INSTALLATION OF A SIDEWALK CAFE ON THE PUBLIC SIDEWALK AT 122 EAST BROADWAY IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS KNOWN AS THE "ALADDIN" FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2018, SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS

 

WHEREAS, Ben Rader, the owner,  has requested Council's permission to install a non-permanent sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of his building at 122 East Broadway.

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

Section I: Ben Rader, d.b.a. Aladdin, is hereby granted permission to install a sidewalk cafe on a portion of the public sidewalk in front of 122 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) As shown on Exhibit A attached hereto, the café 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) No exterior lights are to be installed;

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

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

F) Aladdin and its owners shall at all times be responsible for the cleanliness of the sidewalk cafe area;

G) Prior to installation of the sidewalk cafe, Aladdin 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;

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

I) When the sidewalk café sales area is in place, any sidewalk sign previously authorized by the Granville Planning Commission for Aladdin, shall only be displayed within the designated café area as shown on Exhibit A.

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

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

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

Section II: Aladdin and its current owner are hereby granted nonexclusive commercial use of the property described herein beginning March 9, 2018 until October 31, 2018. The sidewalk café, including outdoor furniture and moveable fixtures, shall be removed on or before that date.  The Village Manager shall have the discretion, upon written request of the property owner or original applicant, to extend the end date of such use beyond October 31, 2018. Non-compliance with Section II could result in the denial of future approvals of sidewalk cafes.

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

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

Resolution No. 2018-18

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-18

A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE APPLICATION MADE BY WILLIAM AND MEREDITH BURGETT TO HAVE CERTAIN LAND LOCATED WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE LOCATED ON HALLIE LANE, PERMANENT PARCEL NOS. 020-326322-00.000 AND 020-326322-00.001, DESIGNATED FOR PLACEMENT IN AN AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT

 

WHEREAS, William and Meredith Burgett, Hallie Lane Granville, OH 43023, has made an application for placement of approximately thirty-two point sixty-six (32.66) acres of farm land located on Hallie Lane, permanent parcel nos. 020-326322-00.000 and 020-326322-00.001, into an Agricultural District in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 929.02; and

WHEREAS, the location of the property is within the limits of the Village of Granville; and

WHEREAS, William and Meredith Burgett has filed the application in accordance with the provisions of Ohio Revised Code Section 929.02; and

WHEREAS, the Village has complied with all of the notice and public hearing requirements of Ohio Revised Code Section 929.02.

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

Section 1.  The application from Pinefrost, LLC for placement of thirty-two point sixty-six (32.66) acres of farm land located on Hallie Lane, permanent parcel nos. 020-326322-00.000 and 020-326322-00.011, into an Agriculture District is hereby approved in accordance with the provisions of Ohio Revised Code Section 929.02. 

Section 2. The placement of the land into an Agricultural District shall be for a period of five (5) years in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 929.02. 

Section 3. This Resolution shall take effect and be in full force immediately upon passage.

Passed this 7th day of March, 2018.

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