Ordinances and Resolutions

Ordinances Proposed and Passed 2017

 

A proposed Ordinance will not be numbered. All passed Ordinances will have an Ordinance number and a date of passage.


 

Ordinance 2017-01

2017 Budget

Passed This 6th Day of February, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-02

Approval of Changes to the 2017 Budget

Passed This 6th Day of March, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-03

Approval of Changes to the 2017 Budget

Passed This 13th Day of March, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-04

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE 2006-05, SECTION 3, AN ORDINANCE SETTING THE WAGES AND BENEFITS FOR VILLAGE EMPLOYEES

WHEREAS, it is necessary to update the Village of Gambier’s Wage and Benefits Schedule.

NOW, THEREFORE; BE IT ORDAINED: by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Ohio.

SECTION 3 SHALL READ:

In the appropriate place the following shall read:

…All full-time hourly employees who were actively scheduled and working on January 1, 2017 shall receive a 3% (three percent) increase to the base rate paid to them…

….The Fiscal Officer shall receive a 3% (three percent) increase…

…The Village Administrator shall receive a 1½% (one and one-half percent) increase…

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.

Passed This 3rd Day of April, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-05

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE 2012-06, SECTION 9J AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE PARKING WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, OHIO AND PROVIDE PENALTY THEREFORE, AND A REPEALER

WHEREAS, The Village of Gambier Council has decided to designate additional parking spaces for the Campus Auto;

THEREFORE; BE IT ORDAINED:

At the appropriate place within Ordinance 2012-06, Section 9J the following shall be added to read:

8 parking spaces will be designated to the Gas Station at 100 West Brooklyn Street. These spaces will be the first 8 parking spaces west of Chase Avenue. These parking spaces will be posted Permit Parking Only – Gas Station.

EFFECTIVE DATE

This Ordinance shall be in effect and be in full force at the earliest date permitted by law.

Passed This 3rd Day of April, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-06

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION lA, OF ORDINANCE 2013-11 ESTABLISHING RATES, CHARGES AND RULES FOR THE USE AND SERVICE OF THE MUNICIPAL WATER SYSTEM OF THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, KNOX COUNTY, OHIO

WHEREAS, the Council of the Village of Gambier has determined it is necessary to revise Ordinance 2013-11 Section l A, Metered Charges, upon recommendation of the Streets and Utilities Committee, now therefore;

BE IT ORDAINED THAT: SECTION 9: USER CHARGES
At the appropriate place within Ordinance 2013-11 the following shall be changed to read:

Effective with the billing period starting on or about May 15, 2017, the rate shall be
$12.38/1,000gallons of water. This is a 60% increase due to an increase by the supplier of water to the Village of Gambie r.

REPEALER:

Simultaneously with the passage of the Ordinance, thjs Ordinance shall amend or repeal any and all Ordinances or sections of Ordinances that shall conflict with the modifications as above stated.

EFFECTIVE DATE:

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the Mayor, or at the earliest period allowable by law.

Passed This 1ST Day of May, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-07

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 9, USER CHARGES, OF ORDINANCE 2012-07

WHEREAS, the Council of the Village of Gambier has determined it is necessary to revise Ordinance 2012-07 Section 9, User Charges. upon recommendation of the Streets and Utilities Committee, now therefore;

BE IT ORDAINED THAT: SECTION 9: USER CHARGES

At the appropriate place with.in Ordinance 2012-07 the following shall be changed to read:

Effective with the billing period starting on or about May 15, 2017, the base rate for sanitary sewer in Gambier shall be $11.09/1,000 gallons. This is a 3% increase from last year.

REPEALER:

Simultaneously with the passage of the Ordinance, th.is Ordinance shall amend or repeal any and all Ordinances or sections of Ordinances that shall conflict with the modifications as above stated.

EFFECTIVE DATE:

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the Mayor, or at the earliest period allowable by law.

Passed This 1st Day of May, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-08

AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A 25 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER CORPORATION LIMITS FOR THE SAFETY OF THE COMMUNITY INSIDE THE VlLLAGE OF GAMBIER, OHIO

WHEREAS, the Council for the Village of Gambier has determined it necessary for the safety of the Village of Gambier Community, upon the recommendation of the Streets and Utilities Committee;

WHEREAS, the Council has determin ed this Ordinance is in the best interest of the Village·s residents, to reduce the speed limit to 25 mph on State Route 308 (Chase Avenue) from Kokosing Drive north to the Village Corporation Limits

NOW THERFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Village Council of Gambie r, Ohio, as follows:

SECTION 1:
The speed limit in the Village of Gambier Corporation Limits will be posted 25 mph starting at the intersection of SR 308 (Chase Avenue) and Kokosing Drive north to the corporation limits.

All prior Ordinances which conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repeaJed to the extent that they are in conflict here with.

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage.

Passed this 5th day of June, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-09

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SHARED LANES FOR BICYCLES AND AUTOMOBILES IN THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER FOR THE SAFETY OF THE COMMUNITY WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER CORPORATION LIMITS

WHEREAS, the Council for the Village of Gambier has determined it necessary for the safety of the Village of Gambier Community, upon the recommendation of the Streets and Utilities Committee;

WHEREAS, the Council has determined this Ordinance is in the best interest of the Village’s residents, to establish shared lanes (or sharrows) for bicycles and automobi les within the Village of Gambier , Ohio.

NOW THERFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Village Council of Gambier , Ohio, as follows:

SECTION 1:
Shared Lanes (or sharrows) wilJ be indicated by painted pavement markings to direct bicyclists and motorists how to safely share narrow travel lanes.

All prior Ordinances which conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repeaJed to the extent that they are in conflict herewith.

This Ordinance shaJI take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage.

Passed this 5th day of June, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-10

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 2012-06 SECTION 9: C-1,C-7,F-1 AND H-29 AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE PARKING WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, OHIO AND PROVIDE PENALTY

WHEREAS, the Village of Gambier Streets and Utilities Comnuttee has determined that it is necessary for the health and safety of the community to change the following sections of Ordinance 2012-06 and

WHEREAS, the Village Council declares this to be an emergency, and

NOW, THEREFORE; be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Gambie r, Knox County, Ohio as follows:

SECTION 9:

1n the appropriate place within the ordinance the following shall read:

C. No person shall stand or park a vehicle for a period to exceed two (2) hours per day in the following areas:

1. Gaskin Avenue from Wiggin Street north to East Brooklyn Street………..
7. South side of East Brooklyn Street from the intersection of Gaskin Avenue to Center Run.. .. .. … .. .

F. No person shall stand or park a vehicle between the hours of 8 AM to 4 PM in the following areas:

1. The loading zone for the Village Market on the south side of West Brooklyn Street, from the intersection of Chase Avenue to the alley heh.ind the Village Market. After 4 pm vehic les may park in the marked loading zone of the Village Market. This is a one (1) hour parking zone after 4 PM.

H. No person shall stand or park a motor vehicle at any time in the following areas:

29.Cbester Lane (East and West sides) from East Wiggin St. to East Brooklyn St.

Passed This 7th Day of August, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-11

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING RATES, CHARGES AND RULES FOR THE USE AND SERVICE OF THE MUNICIPAL WATER SYSTEM OF THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, KNOX COUNTY, OHIO

WHEREAS, the Council of the Village of Gambier has determined that it is necessary to increase the Revenue of the Municipal Water System, and

NOW, THERFORE; be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Knox County, Ohio as follows:

SECTION 1:

That there shall be and there is hereby established for the use of and services rendered by the waterworks system of the Village of Gambier the following rates and charges, based on the use of water supplied by the waterworks system:

A. METERED CHARGES

Effective with the billing period starting on or about May 15, 2017 the rate shall be $12.38 (twelve dollars and thirty-eight cents) per 1,000 gallons of water.
Effective December 1, 2017 the Village of Gambier will start billing monthly for water and sewer.

B. MINIMUM CHARGES

Each user shall pay a minimum charge based on the size of the meter installed for which the user will be entitled to the quantity of water set in the metered schedule of rates:

5/8” or ¾” meter – 1,000 gallons
1” to 1 ½” meter – 2,000 gallons
2” and larger meter – 7,000 gallons

Effective with the billing period starting on December 1, 2017:
Per month per inch meter size:

5/8 or ¾ inch meter $12.38 (twelve dollars and thirty-eight cents)
1 to 1 ½ inch meter $24.76 (twenty-four dollars and seventy-six cents)
2 and larger meter $86.66 (eighty-six dollars and sixty-six cents)

C. CAPACITY CHARGES

Each user, at the time of application for connection to the water system, shall pay a connection charge plus any additional costs for labor and materials if an existing tap is not available.

Capacity charges based upon water tap sizes and sewer tap sizes are as follows:

WATER based on SEWER
Tap Sizes (inches) Capacity Fee Water Tap Sizes (inches) Capacity Fee
¾” $2,422.00 ¾” $6,139.00
1” $4,306.00 1” $10,914.00
1 ½” $9,689.00 1 ½” $24,556.00
2” $17,225.00 2” $43,655.00
3” $38,756.00 3” $98,224.00
4” $68,899.00 4” $174,620.00
6” $155,023.00 6” $392,895.00

Time frame for payments for capacity charges.

Any person or corporation can make arrangements to pay the capacity charges over a three year period with no penalty.

After the three year period, the person or corporation will be assessed a 10% penalty per month for the outstanding balance.

The payment arrangement is available for any and all users regardless of tap size and location.

D. DEPOSIT REQUIRED

The Village reserves the right to require a nominal sum be placed on deposit with the municipality for purposes of establishing or maintaining customer credit.

E. RECONNECTION CHARGES

Any customer whose service has been disconnected for reason of non-payment of quarterly or other charges, or violation of any other water rule or regulation, and such service is subsequently restored, shall pay a reconnection charge of $35.00 (thirty-five dollars).

F. TEMPORARY USERS

Water furnished to temporary users, such as construction contractor, shall be charged on the basis of metered Rates used multiplied by the applicable rate from Section 1A of this Ordinance. A minimum Deposit of $50.00 (fifty dollars) will be required for all temporary users. Any contractor working in the Village of Gambier needing to use water from a fire hydrant shall contact the Village Offices and tell the Village the location of the construction and when the water is needed. The Village of Gambier will attach a meter and backflow device on the closest fire hydrant to the construction and take a reading from the meter. Once the contractor is finished using water they shall contact the Village office to have the meter removed. A reading will be taken from the meter before it is removed and a bill will be issued for the water used.

G. CONNECTION OUTSIDE THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION LIMITS

Charges for any water service outside the corporation limits of the Village of Gambier will be billed at the rate of 140% (one hundred and forty percent) of the rated as specified in Section 1A and Section 1B of this Ordinance. Other rates shall remain the same specified in the applicable section.

SECTION 2:

Bills for the rates and charges as herein established by the Municipality shall be sent monthly. All bills shall be mailed as soon after meter reading as possible and shall be immediately payable and shall be paid at the Village offices or the People’s Bank of Gambier or you may set up electronic payment with the Village of Gambier Office. If any charges for service of the system shall not be paid by the 5th day of the month following the rendition or mailing of the bill, and the bill has become due and payable, a delayed and or late payment charge of 10% (ten percent) of the amount of the bill shall be added thereof and collected therewith. If any bill for the service of the water system shall remain unpaid after 14 (fourteen) days following the due date therefore; the water supply to the lot, parcel of land or premise affected may be turned off and will not be turned on again except after payment-in-full of the delinquent charges plus an additional payment of $35.00 (thirty-five dollars) per Section 1E of this Ordinance. The Village of Gambier will work to complete the installation of the radio reading system for all meters in the Village of Gambier. The Village of Gambier is providing the cost for the first radio meter reader installed. If the radio reader is damaged by the property owner or someone working on the property for the owner, the property owner is responsible for the cost to replace the radio reader. The replacement cost is $200.00 paid to the Village of Gambier.
An invoice will be sent to all property owners regarding a damaged radio reader. If the replacement cost is not received by the due date the water service to the property will be turned off until payment is received.

SECTION 3:

Application for water service shall be filed with the Village Administrator upon a form to be supplied by the Municipality. The application shall state the name of the applicant and the premises to be served. All applications shall be accompanied by the connection charge plus a fee to be determined by the Village Administrator, based on estimated installation costs, payable to the Water and wastewater Department of the Village of Gambier, Ohio as a deposit for the connection charges. Upon completion of the service connection the full connection charge will be certified to the applicant in accordance with the charges specified in Section 1C of this Ordinance. Full payment of the connection charge must be received before service to the lot, parcel or premise in commenced.

SECTION 4:

The owner of the premises served and the occupant thereof and the user of the water service shall be jointly and severally liable for the water service provided said premises. A deposit may be required from tenants. Such deposit shall be applied to any bill for water service delinquent more than 10 (ten) days. Upon the disconnection of the water service, any balance of such deposit shall be returned to the applicant without interest. Any and all charges of water service, not paid on the date due, constitutes a lien on the lot, parcel or premises served and shall be certified to the Knox County Auditor for collection if such charges remain delinquent for a period of 80 (eighty) days.

SECTION 5:

It is hereby made the duty of the Clerk of the Water and Wastewater Department to render bills for water service and all other charges in connection therewith and to collect all moneys due therefrom.

SECTION 6:

All revenues and moneys derived from the operation of the water system shall be paid to and held by the Village of Gambier separate and apart from all other funds of the Municipality and all of said sums and all other funds and moneys incident to the operation of said system, as may be delivered to the Village of Gambier shall be deposited in a separate fund designated the “Water Revenue Fund” and shall be administered in every respect in manner provided by the Code of the State of Ohio and all laws pertaining thereto.

SECTION 7:

The Clerk shall establish a proper system of accounts and shall keep proper records, books and accounts in which complete and correct entries shall be made of all transactions relative to the water system and the regular intervals the Village Council shall cause to be made a audit as required by the Revised Code of the State of Ohio.

SECTION 8:

All Ordinances and parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed insofar as the conflicting portion thereof are concerned.

SECTION 9:

This Ordinance is hereby declared a preservation of the public peace, health, safety and welfare of the Village residents; wherefore this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and immediately after its passage.

Passed This 2nd Day of October, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-12

AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE USE, FEES FOR CONNECTION AND RATES TO BE CHARGED BY THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, OHIO FOR SEWER USE SERVICE TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, MANAGEMENT, IMPROVEMENT AND REPAIR OF THE SEWER SYSTEM AND TREATMENT FACILITIES AND FOR THE RULES, REGULATIONS AND POLICY FOR BILLING AND PAYMENT OF WASTEWATER CHARGES.

WHEREAS, the Village of Gambier owns and operates a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system, and

WHEREAS, it is necessary for the Village of Gambier to provide funds for the Debt Service, Debt Service Reserve, Operation, Maintenance and Administration of the System,

NOW, THEREFORE; be it ordained and enacted by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Knox County, Ohio as following definitions, regulation and penalties which shall govern the billing and payment of the wastewater charges and shall apply to all users as defined in this Ordinance.

SECTION 1: USE OF PUBLIC WASTEWATER SYSTEM REQUIRED

A. It shall be unlawful to discharge to any natural outlet within the Village of Gambier, or in any area under the jurisdiction of said Village, any sanitary sewage industrial waste, or other polluted waters, except where suitable treatment has been provided in accordance with subsequent provisions of this Ordinance.

B. No privy vault, cesspool, septic tank, or outside toilet shall be constructed,repaired, maintained or allowed to remain on any lot or land in the Village of Gambier if said lot or lands abut upon a street, alley, avenue or public grounds which are provided with sanitary sewer, or on any private grounds containing such sewer, or on any area that is determined to be within reasonable distance of such sanitary sewer as determined by the Council of the Village of Gambier and/or the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

C. The owner of all houses, buildings or properties used for human occupancy, employment, recreation, or other purpose, situated within the Village and abutting on any street, alley or right-of-way in which there is now located or may in the future be located an extension of the Village public water system, is hereby required at his/her own expense to install suitable facilities therein and to connect such facilities within on hundred eighty (180) days after date of official notice to do so. Official Notice shall be deemed to mean “Notice to connect sent to the property owner by Registered or Certified Letter”.

D. The Administrator of the Village may grant limited time extensions for connecting with the proper public sewer system, upon written application for such time extension by the property owner, where the situation warrants such an extension in the sole judgment of the Village Administrator.

SECTION 2: PREREQUISTIES FOR INSTALLATION OR CONNECTION

A. No person or persons except an authorized municipal official acting on behalf of the Village shall connect or cause to be connected any sanitary sewer line extension to the Village sewer system without first obtaining an authorization in writing from the Village Administrator.

D. The Administrator of the Village may grant limited time extensions for connecting with the proper public sewer system, upon written application for such time extension by the property owner, where the situation warrants such an extension in the sole judgment of the Village Administrator.

SECTION 2: PREREQUISTIES FOR INSTALLATION OR CONNECTION

A. No person or persons except an authorized municipal official acting on behalf of the Village shall connect or cause to be connected any sanitary sewer line extension to the Village sewer system without first obtaining an authorization in writing from the Village Administrator.

SECTION 3: INSPECTION

A. All sanitary sewer line materials and workmanship must be checked and approved by the Village Administrator or Village appointed Inspector before the work and materials can be accepted by the Village. No work shall be covered up until the Inspector has checked and approved it.

SECTION 4: TAPPING EXISTING LINES, FEES, DISCRETION OF THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR UNDER UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES

A. It shall be required that all person not connected to the existing public sewer system, where such system is available to them shall connect to the public sewer system or extension thereof within 180 days of the receipt of the notice specified in Section 1C.

B. The tapping fees to tap into the existing sewer system shall be as follows:

WATER based on SEWER
Tap Sizes (inches) Capacity Fee Water Tap Sizes (inches) Capacity Fee
¾” $2,422.00 ¾” $6,139.00
1” $4,306.00 1” $10,914.00
1 ½” $9,689.00 1 ½” $24,556.00
2” $17,225.00 2” $43,655.00
3” $38,756.00 3” $98,224.00
4” $68,899.00 4” $174,620.00
6” $155,023.00 6” $392,895.00

C. Whenever possible, the property owner or person seeking to tap into the existing sewer system, shall tap into an existing “WYE” connection. Additional charges may apply if an existing “WYE” is not available.

D. The connection to the line and service line shall be materials approved by the Village Administrator.

E. Main Line Extension or Larger Services. The fees listed in Section 4B include only connection to existing mainlines. Additional costs to extend the main line shall be added to the above fees if such extension is required. The Village Administrator shall determine the applicable costs for such extension.

F. The Council of the Village of Gambier shall have, upon application presented to them that the above rules would work a special hardship on the applicant, power to modify the above requirements of Section 4A through 4E.

G. The above fees shall apply to all connections to the Gambier Municipal Wastewater System if within the Corporate Limits or outside the Corporate Limits.

H. The Council of the Village of Gambier may refuse service to persons or corporations, not presently connected, when in the opinion of the municipality the capacity of the facilities will not permit such service.

SECTION 5: POWERS AND AUTORITY OF THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR

A. The Village Administrator and/or other duly authorized employees of the Village of Gambier bearing proper credentials and identifications shall be permitted to enter upon all properties for the purposes of inspection, observation, measurement, sampling and testing, in accordance with the provisions of this or other applicable Ordinances.

SECTION 6: USER CHARGE SYSTEM:

This user charge system is intended to distribute the annual operation, maintenance and replacement expenses proportionally to the various classes of users. The distribution will be based upon actual water usage, and wastewater strength characteristics. This will require that any user not currently served by water meters will need to have meters installed in a timely manner. At the present time, the Village does not have any “significant industrial discharges” (SID) and the wastewater from the businesses and industrial uses is of normal domestic characteristics similar to the residential contribution. The following classes are created for the proper allocation of operation, maintenance, replacement and debt service charges:

Residential “A” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Residential “B” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Commercial “A” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Commercial “B” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Commercial “C” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Institutional “A” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Institutional “B” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Institutional “C” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Industrial “A” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Industrial “B” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

Industrial “C” Group I (inside Village)
Group II (outside Village)

1. The residential classification shall contain all single family and multi-family dwelling units as the primary water consumption use.

2. The Commercial classification shall contain all businesses and offices as the primary water consumption use.

3. The Institutional classification shall contain all Kenyon College buildings (except single family units), school, public buildings, churches, utilities and other such non-profit organizations as the primary water consumption use.

4. The Industrial classification shall contain all industries whose wastewater discharge characteristics would determine the further subdivision into a significant, minor significant, or insignificant classification. All classes shall be divided into either Group I (inside Village) or Group II (outside Village). A minimum usage of 1,000 gallons/month will be assessed to each user for operation, maintenance and repair costs.

SECTION 7: USER CHARGE REPORT

The user charge report establishes the basis for developing a proportional rate charge for the wastewater collection and treatment system. The annual report should include the following components:

A. Total annual operation, maintenance and replacement costs.
B. Flow and loadings by user class.
C. Allocation of operation, maintenance and replacement costs.
D. Summary of annual costs, estimated loadings and consumption of fixed and variable unit costs.
E. Computation of “standard” sanitary sewer charge per month including extra-strength surcharge of operation, maintenance and replacement costs.

SECTION 8: OTHER CHARGES

The “debt service” portion of the monthly sanitary sewer charge will be in addition to the operation, maintenance and replacement (O,M & R) fund. A surcharge of 200% will be assessed to the user in Group II (outside Village), since that category is using a Village utility service that was constructed with the commitment of the Village’s financial capacity. A “sewer reserve” fund charge for future capital improvements will also be in addition to the O,M & R charge. These additional charge are in the base rate of the sanitary sewer charges. A minimum usage of 1,000 gallons/month will be assessed based upon the actual to each equivalent user class. The equivalent user value will be computed as follows:

USER CLASS FACTOR USER VALUE

Residential “A” (meter 5/8”x¾”)
Group I 1.0 1.0
Group II 2.0 2.0

Residential “B” (meter 1” to 1 ½ “)
Group I 1.0 1.0
Group II 2.0 2.0

Commercial “A” (meter 5/8’x¾”)
Group I 1.0 1.0
Group II 2.0 2.0

Commercial “B” (meter 1” to 1 ½”)
Group I 1.0 1.0
Group II 2.0 2.0

Commercial “C” (meter 2” and larger)
Group I 1.0 1.0
Group II 2.0 2.0

Institutional “A” (meter 5.8”x¾”)
Group I 1.0 1.0
Group II 2.0 2.0

Institutional “B” (meter 1” to 1 ½”)
Group I 1.0 1.0
Group II 2.0 2.0

Institutional “C” (meter 2” and larger)
Group I 1.0 1.0
Group II 2.0 2.0

Industrial Class “A”
Group I 5.0 5.0
Group II 10.0 10.0

Industrial Class “B”
Group I 3.0 3.0
Group II 6.0 6.0

Industrial Class “C”
Group I 2.0 2.0
Group II 4.0 4.0

Summary: The user charge program will provide a proportional annual charge for the users of the sanitary sewer based upon the volume, wastewater strength characteristics (CBOD & SS), and administration costs. A minimum user charge for the initial usage of one thousand (1,000) gallons per month will be assessed to all users as the wastewater service availability charge, plus a variable user charge for the units cost of “X” dollars per 1,000 gallons/month for usage in excess of the base charge. The debt service charge and sewer reserve charge will also be assessed on a minimum user charge basis for the initial usage of one thousand (1,000) gallons per month will be assessed to all as the wastewater service availability charge, plus a variable user charge for a unit cost of “X” dollars per 1,000 gallons/month for usage in excess of the base charge, with a surcharge for users located outside the Village corporation limits.

SECTION 9: USER CHARGES:

Effective with the billing period starting on or around May 15th, 2017. The base rate for sanitary sewer in Gambier shall be $11.09/1,000 gallons. The minimum per month is determined by the size of the meter. As of December 1, 2017 the following are the minimum sanitary sewer charges: for a 5/8”x¾” meter the minimum charges is 1,000 gallons per month, for a 1 to 11/2” meter the minimum charge is 2,000 gallons per month and for a 2” or larger meter the minimum charge is 7,000 gallons per month.

USER CLASS MINIMUM BILL CHARGES

Residential “A” (Meter 5/8”x ¾”)
Group I $11.09 $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $22.18 $22.18/1,000 gal.

Residential “B” (Meter 1“ to 1 ½‘)
Group I $22.18 $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $44.36 $22.18/1,000 gal.

Commercial “A” (Meter 5/8”x¾”)
Group I $11.09 $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $22.18 $22.18/1,000 gal.

Commercial “B” (Meter 1” to 1 ½“)
Group I $22.18 $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $44.36 $22.18/1,000 gal.

Commercial “C” (Meter 2” and Larger)
Group I $77.63 $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $155.26 $22.18/1,000 gal.

Institutional “A” (Meter 5/8”x¾”)
Group I $11.09 $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $22.18 $22.18/1,000 gal.

Institutional “B” (Meter 1” to 1 ½”)
Group I $22.18 $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $44.36 $22.18/1,000 gal.

Institutional “C” (Meter 2” and Larger)
Group I $77.63 $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $155.26 $22.18/1,000 gal.

Industrial Class “A”
Group I $55.45 per meter inch $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $221.80 per meter inch $22.18/1,000 gal.

Industrial Class “B”
Group I $33.27 per meter inch $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $133.08 per meter inch $22.18/1,000 gal.

Industrial Class “C”
Group I $22.18 per meter inch $11.09/1,000 gal.
Group II $88.72 per meter inch $22.18/1,000 gal.

SECTION 10: RULES, REGULATIONS AND POLICY RE BILLING AND PAYMENT OF WATER AND WASTEWATER CHARGES

The following rules, regulations and policy regarding billing and payment of wastewater charges shall apply to all USERS defined in Ordinance 1993-09 and Ordinance 2012-07 as if written therein:

I. PAYMENT FOR USER SERVICES

A. Billing for USER charges shall be made monthly, and bills shall be mailed on or about the 15th through the 20th day of the month.

B. Payment for USER charge shall be due on the 5th day of the following month.

C. In the event that USER charges are not paid on or before the 5th day of the following month, a 10% penalty shall be added to the said charge.

D. Delinquent USERS shall be notified of unpaid bills by written notice mailed to the premises (as shown as the billing address for said USER charges) one month following
the due date.

E. In the event that USER charges are not paid by the date stated in the written notice, the water supplying USER’S premises shall be terminated. Requests for exceptions to
this rule must be made, to the Village Administrator prior to the shut off day. The Administrator may delay shut off for a short period of time for payment to be made.
The Administrator shall determine to delay shut off on a case by case basis.

F. In the event that USER charges are not paid within the date stated in the written notice, such charges shall be deemed and are hereby declared delinquent and therefore
such delinquency shall constitute a lien upon the real estate for which water and wastewater services are supplied, and the Village Administrator shall be and is hereby
authorized and directed to file sworn statements showing each such delinquency in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Knox County, Ohio and the filing of such
statements shall be deemed notice of the lien for such USER charges.

G. It is the duty of the USER to keep the Administrator’s office informed regarding the current mailing address of USER. Failure of USER to receive billings for USER
charge shall not excuse USER from responsibility to pay said USER charges or liability therefore.

II. MULTIPLE DWELLING USER’S CHARGES

A. Property owners offering separate dwelling quarters (apartments) for rent or lease will be billed USER charges for each apartment or separate dwellings, whether such
dwelling is occupied or empty, unless a separate meter to measure water usage is provided for each apartment dwelling.

B. If an apartment or dwelling space has its own water meter, then an owner may notify the Village, in writing, of temporary vacancies and the Village will turn off the
water and charge only the debt service portion of the bill, until the Village is notified, in writing, to turn the water on and the said water is, in fact, turned on. A
$35.00 shut off fee and a $35.00 turn on fee shall be added to the USER charge each time a metered unit is turned off and on.

C. If each apartment or dwelling unit is metered, bills for USER charges will be sent directly to tenants, upon written request from the property owner. However, the
property owner shall be primarily and personally liable for payments of the USER charge and in the event that such USER charges are not timely paid and become a lien, the
said lien shall be against the real property owned by the property owner.

III. TEMPORARY SHUT-OFF FOR VACATIONS AND OTHER TEMPORARY VACANCIES

A. In the event that USER desires to have USER charges removed for periods during which the USER premises are vacant due to vacations or some other reason, upon USER’S
notice to the Village, the Village will cause the water at the USER premises to be turned off and upon notice by the USER to the Village , the Village shall have the USER
water turned on again. The USER shall pay only the debt service and debt service reserve portion of the bill, during the period in which the water is turned off. A
$35.00 charge shall be added to the USER charge each time the water is turned back on. This paragraph shall not apply to multiple unit dwellings, the policy for such
units being set forth in Section II, above.

IV. METER POLICY

A. Property owners shall be required to provide access and right of ingress and egress to the Village of Gambier, its agents, employees and designated representatives, to
each property served by the Village for the purpose of installing, maintaining, checking or removing meters.

B. Property owners shall be responsible for any meter damage whatsoever which occurs and shall be charged for the cost of repairs and replacement.

C. Charges for the initial meter purchase and installation shall be paid prior to installation. Charges for repair or replacement of damaged meters shall be billed to the
first billing period after such repair or replacement. The Village shall have the right, at all times, to change, replace, repair, remove or upgrade any or all meters in
the Village system at any time.

D. In case of meter malfunction, the previous year’s average for a similar billing period will be used.

SECTION 11: GREASE TRAPS

That all restaurants or building with food service operations shall have installed a separate discharge line and Grease Trap from all sinks, disposals and food service cleaning equipment. Grease Traps shall be cleaned regularly. Food products and used grease shall be disposed of by separate means and shall not be discharged into the wastewater system.

SECTION 12: INDUSTRIAL WASTE

The Council hereby finds and determines that there are currently no industrial waste discharged in the system and if at a future time any premises should discharge industrial waste or waste produced by any commercial user either directly or indirectly in the system, then a charge for such waste shall be established by the Council in an amount which is fair and equitable to provide for the costs of treatment of such wastes.

SECTION 13: PROHIBITED DISCHARGE

The discharge of no acceptable industrial, commercial or nonresidential wastes, as hereinafter defined, in the wastewater system, whether directly or indirectly, is hereby prohibited. Where investigation reveals the presence in the wastewater system of no acceptable wastes emanating from any lot, land, building or premises. Located within or outside the corporate limits of the Village of Gambier, the owner, and/or lesser, renter or occupant of said lot, land, building or premises shall be required to treat, neutralize, or in other ways prepare the substance therein, to the satisfaction of the Village Council, in order to convert the same into acceptable wastes.

SECTION 14: PREMISES LOCATED OUTSIDE THE VILLAGE CORPORATION LIMITS

Premises located outside the corporation limit of the Village, which are served by the Wastewater System, shall be charged 200% of the rate which would be applicable to such premises under this Ordinance if such premises were located within the corporate limits of the Village.

SECTION 15: ADDITIONAL CHARGES

That over and above the rates and charges established by this Ordinance, there may be established in special instances and upon special agreement between the Village and the owner of any premises served by the wastewater system, such additional charges for wastes of unusual strength or composition which are accepted by the Village for treatment as may be determined to be fair and equitable. Each such special agreement and the charges established thereby shall not become effective until ratified by Ordinance duly passed by the Council of the Village of Gambier.

SECTION 16: ADMINISTRATIVE

The Village Administrator shall make and enforce such rules and regulations as he/she deem necessary for the enforcement of the provisions hereof, for the proper determination and collection of the rates and charges herein provided, and for the safe efficient and economical management and protection of the system; and such rules and regulations, when not repugnant to existing ordinances of the Village or laws of the State of Ohio shall have the same force and effect as ordinances of Council.

SECTION 17: DEFINITIONS

That for the purpose of this Ordinance the terms shall be defined as follows:

“Sanitary Sewage” is hereby defined as the waste from water closets, urinals, lavatories, sinks, bath tubs, showers, cellar floor drains, garage floor drains, bars, soda fountains, cuspidors, refrigerator drips and drinking fountains, and any other water-borne waste not constituting any industrial waste.

“Acceptable Industrial Waste” are herein defined as being liquid organic waste materials not containing toxic or explosive elements or other substances injurious to sewers or sewage treatment processes, which result from any commercial, manufacturing or industrial operation or process.

“Non-acceptable Industrial Wastes” are herein defined as being liquid waste in which are incorporated minerals, oil, acid, toxic metallic or chemical substances, resulting from any commercial, manufacturing or industrial operation or process.

“Commercial Used” Shall include all premises within the Village used for other than solely residential purposes or any other purposes specified in any other section of this Ordinance on the date of passage of this Ordinance, including, but not limited to, such as stores; shops; professional and business offices’; barber and beauty shops; filling stations; sales; service and repair garages; Laundromats; churches; financial institutions; and other premises providing retail service or products.

SECTION 18: PENALTIES

That any person, firm or corporation who connects or causes to be connected any premises owned by him/her to the wastewater System or who violates any section of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a first degree misdemeanor, and each and every day such connection or violation exists shall be deemed a separate offense.

SECTION 19: SAVING CLAUSE

If any provisions, paragraph, word, section or article of this Ordinance is invalidated by any court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions, paragraphs, words, sections or articles shall not be affected and shall continue in full force and effect.

SECTION 20: REPLACEMENT ORDINANCE

This Ordinance shall replace and supersede Village Ordinance 1989-07, 1990-03,
1993-05, 2003-11, 2004-01, 2005-09, 2006-08, 2007-11 and 2012-07.

SECTION: 21: APPROVAL

Upon passage and approval, this ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the earliest date allowed by law.

Passed this 2nd day of October, 2017.


 

Ordinance 2017-14

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING CHILDREN AT PLAY ZONES WITHIN THE CORPORATION LIMITS OF THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, OHIO

WHEREAS, the Streets and Utilities Committee has recommended to the Village Council that it would be in the best interest of safety to establish children at play zones within the corporation limits of the Village of Gambier, Knox County, Ohio, and

NOW, THEREFORE; be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Knox County, Ohio that three children at play zones be established as follows:

SECTION 1:
Children at Play zone one shall be established in the school zone on East Wiggin Street.
Signs shall be installed on both sides of East Wiggin Street to indicate the zone.

SECTION 2:
Children at Play zone two shall be established in the school zone on East Brooklyn Street.
Signs shall be installed on both sides of East Brooklyn Street.

SECTION 3:
Children at Play zone three shall be established on Meadow Lane the full length of the Gambier Childcare property. Signs shall be installed on both sides of Meadow Lane at the property line of the Gambier Childcare Center.

EFFECTIVE DATE: this Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the Village Council, or at the earliest period allowable by law.

Passed this 4th day of December, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-15

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-05 TO CHANGE THE INTERSECTION OF WEST BROOKLYN STREET AND WARD STREET TO A FOUR WAY STOP

WHEREAS, the Village Streets and Utilities Committee recommended to Village Council that it would be in the best interest of safety to change the intersection of West Brooklyn Street and Ward Street to a four way stop; and

WHEREAS, Section 2-A shall be added to Ordinance 2003-05,

NOW, THEREFORE; be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Knox County, Ohio that Section 2-A shall be added to Ordinance 2003-05 and shall read as follows:

SECTION 2-A:
Where two or more through streets intersect and no traffic control signal or traffic light is in operation, stop signs shall be erected at one or more entrances thereto. Two stop signs shall be erected on Ward Street on both the north side and south side of West Brooklyn Street making this intersection a 4-way stop.

EFFECTIVE DATE: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the Village Council, or at the earliest period allowable by law.

Passed this 4th day of December, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-16

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-05 TO CHANGE THE INTERSECTION OF EAST WOODSIDE DRIVE AND ALLEN DRIVE TO A 3 WAY STOP

WHEREAS, the Village Streets and Utilities Committee recommended to Village Council that it would be in the best interest of safety to change the intersection of East Woodside Drive and Allen Drive to a 3 way stop; and

WHEREAS, Section 2-B shall be added to Ordinance 2003-05,

NOW, THEREFORE; be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Knox County, Ohio that Section 2-B shall be added to Ordinance 2003-05 and shall read as follows:

SECTION 2-B:
Where two or more through streets intersect and no traffic control signal or traffic light is in operation, stop signs shall be erected at one or more entrances thereto. Two stop signs shall be erected on East Woodside Drive on both the east side and west side of Allen Drive making this intersection a 3-way stop.

EFFECTIVE DATE: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the Village Council, or at the earliest period allowable by law.

Passed this 4th day of December, 2017


 

Ordinance 2017-17

AN ORDINANCE TO PERMIT AND REGULATE THE OPERATION OF FOOD TRUCKS WITHIN THE VILLAGE

WHEREAS, the Village of Gambier desires to permit and regulate the operation of food trucks in the Village;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Ohio:

Food trucks shall be permitted in the Village in accordance with the following terms and conditions:

1. Application. Food truck operators must enter into an agreement with the Village to conduct food truck business in the Village. The agreement, which shall be in a form prescribed by the Village, shall span a term of no more than one week at a time. Food truck operators must complete an agreement for each week the operator conducts business in the Village and the food truck may operate a maximum of two days per week under the agreement. Proof of insurance and county health department certification must be provided with submission of the agreement. A fee of $75.00 is due to the Village at the time of application. The application shall be submitted to the Village Administrator.

2. Areas of Operation. Food trucks may operate only in the following locations and at the following times: (a) Chase Avenue (East side of the road) from Wiggin Street to Brooklyn Street by Middle Path from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.; (b) West Brooklyn Street (South Side of the road) from Chase Avenue to Ward Street from 4:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.; (c) Gaskin Avenue (East side of the road) from East Brooklyn Street north to Milnor Lane from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. If parking on a Village street in any of these approved areas, the food truck operator shall occupy no more than two spaces.

3. Schedule. Only one food truck may operate at a time in the Village on Monday through Thursday. Two food trucks may operate at a time in the Village on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Provided the application is complete and approved by the Village Administrator, the first food truck operator to apply for a given time period will have first right to operate on a given day or at a given time.

4. Services. The Village shall not provide water or electricity. If on Village property, such services, if necessary to the food truck, must be self-contained. The food truck operator must provide trash collection containers for customers and all trash, whether of the food truck operator or of the food truck operator’s customers, must be removed by the operator at the time the food truck is closed for business.

5. Private Property. Food trucks operating on private property within the Village shall not require an application and shall not be subject to the restrictions set forth within Sections 1 through 4 of this ordinance. Any food truck operating on private property in any Residential Zoning District must be positioned in the back yard; provided that the Village Administrator may, in the Village Administrator’s discretion, permit the operation of a food truck in the front yard in compelling circumstances. The food truck operator and the property owner upon which the food truck operates must comply with the Village’s rules, including the Village’s Good Neighbor Standards.

6. Indemnification. The agreement which the food truck operator enters with the Village shall require that the operator indemnify and hold the Village harmless from claims arising from or in connection with the operator’s activities within the Village.

7. Taxes. All food truck operators shall comply with applicable Gambier income tax rules.

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period permitted by law.

Passed This 4th Day of December, 2017


 

Ordinance 2018-___

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE 2015-17, AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER REGARDING MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX

WHEREAS, HB 49 was signed by Governor Kasich, making changes to various sections of Ordinance 2015-17

NOW THEREFORE; BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, STATE OF OHIO, THAT THE FOLLOWING CHANGES BE MADE:

SECTION 3(h)(i) shall be amended to read

…Deduct exempt income to the extent not otherwise deducted or excluded in computing adjusted federal taxable income.

SECTION 3(h)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v) shall be amended by all wording being deleted.

SECTION 3(20)(a)(I) shall be amended to read:

For a person other than an individual, income apportioned or sitused to the Municipality under Section 6.062, as applicable, reduced by any pre-2017 net operating loss carry forward available to the person for the Municipality.

SECTION 3(23)(a) shall be amended by all wording being deleted.

SECTION 3(23)(b) shall be amended as Section 3(23)(a)

SECTION 3(23)(a) shall be amended to read:

“Net profit” for a person who is an individual means the individual’s net profit required to be reported on schedule C, schedule E, or schedule F reduced by any net operating loss carried forward. For the purposes of division (C)(23)(a) of this section, the net operating loss carried forward shall be calculated and deducted in the same manner as provided in division (C)(23)(c) of this section.

SECTION 3(23)(b) shall be added to read:

“Net profit” for a person other than an individual means adjusted federal taxable income
reduced by any net operating loss incurred by the person in a taxable year beginning on or after January 1, 2017, subject to the limitations of division (C)(23)(c) of this section.

SECTION 3(23)(c)(i)(ii)(iii)(a)(b)(iv)(v) shall be added to read:

(i) The amount of such operating loss shall be deducted from net profit to the extent necessary to reduce municipal taxable income to zero, with any remaining unused portion of the net operating loss carried forward to not more than five (5) consecutive taxable years following the taxable year in which the loss was incurred, but in no case for more years than necessary for deduction to be fully utilized.

(ii) No person shall use the deduction allowed by division (C)(23)(c) of this section to offset qualifying wages.

(iii)(a) For taxable years beginning in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, or 2022, a person may not deduct more than fifty (50%) of the amount of the deduction otherwise allowed by division (C)(23)(c).

(b) For taxable years beginning in 2023 or thereafter, a person may deduct the full amount allowed by (C)(23)(c) of this section without regard to the limitation of division (C)(23)(c)(iii)(a) of this section.

(iv) Any pre-2017 net operating loss carry forward deduction that is available may be utilized before a taxpayer may deduct any amount pursuant to (C)(23)(c) of this section.

(v) Nothing in division (C)(23)(c)(iii)(a) of this section precludes a person from carrying forward, for use with respect to any return filed for a taxable year beginning after 2018, any amount of net operating loss that was not fully utilized by operation of division (C)(23)(c)(iii)(a) of this section. To the extent that an amount of net operating loss that was not fully utilized in one or more taxable years by operation of division (C)(23)(c)(iii)(a) of this section is carried forward for use with respect to a return to a return filed for taxable year beginning in 2019, 2020, 2021, or 2022, the limitation described in division (C)(23)(c)(iii)(a) of this section shall apply to the amount carried forward.

SECTION 3(44) shall be amended to read:

(44)(D)Tax Administrator does not include the state tax commissioner.

(44)(E) “Tax Commissioner” means the tax commissioner appointed under Section 121.03 of the Revised Code.

SECTION 5.051(B)(i)(a) shall be amended to read:

…to the Tax Administrator not later than the last day of the month following the last day of each of each calendar quarter.

SECTION 5.051(B)(i)(b)

…to the Tax Administrator not later than fifteen days after the last day of each month for which the tax was withheld.

SECTION 7(C)(i)(d) shall be amended to read:

For an individual, on or before the fifteenth (15th) day of the first month of the following taxable year, ninety percent (90%) of the tax liability for the taxable year. For a person other than an individual, on or before the fifteenth (15th) day of the twelfth month of the taxable year, ninety percent (90%) of the tax liability for the taxable year.

SECTION 10(C)(iii) shall be amended to read:

…a penalty not exceeding fifty percent (50%) of the amount not timely paid.

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after January 31, 2018.

Passed This ____ Day of __________, 2018


 

Ordinance 2018-___

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A NO THRU TRUCK ZONE ON VARIOUS STREETS IN THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER CORPORATION LIMITS

WHEREAS, the Streets and Utilities Committee has recommended to the Village of Gambier Council that establishing No Thru Truck Zones on various streets in the Village Corporation limits is in the best interest of the safety of Village residents;

WHEREAS, the Village of Gambier Council has determined that it is in the best interest of public safety to adopt traffic laws and regulations not inconsistent with the laws of the state of Ohio:

NOW, THEREFORE; BE IT ORDAINED: by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Ohio:

SECTION 1:
The following Village streets will be No Thru Truck Zones:
These areas will be posted with signs.
Ward Street from West Brooklyn Street to Kokosing Drive.
Duff Street from the Acland Street fork to East Wiggin Street.

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.

Passed this ____ day of ________________, 2018


 

Ordinance 2018-___

AN ORDINANCE TO REMOVE ONE PARKING SPACE ON EAST WIGGIN STREET EAST OF GASKIN AVENUE IN FRONT OF THE WIGGIN STREET COFFEE HOUSE IN THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, OHIO

WHEREAS, the Streets and Utilities Committee has recommended to the Village of Gambier Council to remove one parking space on East Wiggin Street in front of the Wiggin Street Coffee House in the best interest of the safety of Village residents;

WHEREAS, the Village of Gambier Council has determined that it is in the best interest of public safety to adopt traffic laws and regulations not inconsistent with the laws of the state of Ohio:

NOW, THEREFORE; BE IT ORDAINED: by the Council of the Village of Gambier, Ohio:

SECTION 1:
The first parking space east of Gaskin Avenue on the north side of East Wiggin Street will be removed for public safety. This parking space is in front of the Wiggin Street Coffee Shop.

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.

Passed this ___ day of __________________, 2018


 


 

Resolutions Passed 2017


 

Resolution 2017-01

A RESOLUTION TO SET REGULAR MEETING DATES AND TO PROVIDE NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETINGS

Passed This 3rd Day of January, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-02

A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING MEMBERSHIP IN THE KNOX COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION

Passed This 3rd Day of January, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-03

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE STATE OF OHIO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING PROGRAM

Passed This 3rd Day of January, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-04

A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING OHIO’S FIRST U.S. AND STATE BIKE ROUTE

Passed This 6th Day of February, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-05

A RESOLUTION TO TEMPORARILY CHANGE THE PARKING ON WEST BROOKLYN STREET BETWEEN CHASE AVENUE AND WARD STREET TO ALL 2 HOUR PARKING UNTIL GAS STATION REOPENS

Passed This 6th Day of February, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-06

RESOLUTION TO NAME THE VILLAGE PARK AT THE INTERSECTION OF STATE ROUTE 229 AND DUFF STREET, IN THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, OHIO.

<Passed This 6th Day of March, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-07

RESOLUTION STRONGLY OPPOSING THE STATE OF OHIO GOVERNOR’S PROPOSED 2017-2018 BUDGET, WHICH PROPOSES CENTRALIZED COLLECTION OF NET PROFIT TAX RETURNS AND OTHER PROVISIONS RELATED TO THE LOSS OF REVENUE NEEDED TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH, SAFETY, WELFARE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS OF OHIO MUNICIPALITIES, AND DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.

Passed This 6th Day of March, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-08

RESOLUTION OF A NOTICE OF INTENT TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH REPUBLIC SERVICES FOR CURBSIDE GARBAGE COLLECTION AT ALL RESIDENCES WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE VILLAGE OF GAMBIER, OHIO. RESIDENCES DO NOT INCLUDE KENYON COLLEGE DORMITORY BUILDINGS, KENYON COLLEGE OWNED APRARTMENT COMPLEX OR COLLEGE FRATERNITY HOUSES.

Passed This 6th Day of March, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-09

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PARTICIPATION IN THE ODOT WINTER CONTRACT FOR ROAD SALT.

Passed This 3rd Day of April, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-10

RESOLUTION OF NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD AND EXECUTE CONTRACTS TO AUTHORIZE THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENT WITH WORKMAN INDUSTRIAL SERVICES, INC. FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE INFLUENT BAR SCREEN AT THE GAMBIER WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT.

Passed This 2ND Day of October, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-11

2018 TEMPORARY APPROPRIATIONS.

Passed This 4th Day of December, 2017


 

Resolution 2017-12

RESOLUTION TO ENTER INTO ACH ORIGINATION AGREEMENT WITH FIRST-KNOX NATIONAL BANK.

Passed This 4th Day of December, 2017