Planning Commission/Board of Zoning Appeals-Agenda-5/1/17 5:30pm

City of Geneva

PLANNING COMMISSION / BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS
Agenda

Monday, May 1, 2017
5:30 PM Regular Session

Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 44 North Forest Street, Geneva, OH 44041

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call

Mr. Douglass, Mr. Grenier, Mr. Griffiths, Mr. Netzel, Mr. Starkey, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Cordova  

New Business

• Case # 008-17 Arthur Louis Steel (parcel # 20-019-036-00), 200 North Ave. has applied for final site plan approval of a building addition in an ...

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City of Geneva Annual Spring Clean Up May 6th

CITY OF GENEVA ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN UP

SATURDAY, MAY 6, 2017
WASTE MANAGEMENT RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS ONLY!

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL NOT BE PICKED UP:

NO BRUSH, LIMBS, LOGS, YARD WASTE, ROCKS OR DIRT.
NO PIPE OR METAL PIECES LONGER THAN 4’ IN LENGTH.
NO FLAMMABLE, TOXIC OR OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIAL.
NO CONTAINERS OR ITEMS WEIGHING MORE THAN 50 LBS.
NO RUBBER TIRES.
NO LUMBER DUE TO CONSTRUCTION OR DEMOLITION.
ALL GLASS AND/OR MIRRORS SHOULD BE PACKAGED IN CARDBOARD BOXES, TAPED CLOSED, AND MARKED ...

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If your clothes catch fire…STOP, DROP, COVER YOUR FACE, AND ROLL!

If your clothes catch fire…STOP, DROP, COVER YOUR FACE, AND ROLL!

All clothing can burn and some clothing burns more easily than others.  The Geneva Fire Department recommends that if your clothing catches fire, STOP, DROP, COVER YOUR FACE, AND ROLL to put out the flames.  Don’t run or keep standing.  Running will only fan the flames and make them higher.  Standing up straight will make the fire burn faster.  STOP, DROP down to the floor or ground, AND COVER YOUR ...

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Geneva Senior Center Information, News & Calendar of Events

Senior Center Brochure

May Newsletter & Calendar of Events

April Newsletter 2017

62 West Main Street
Geneva, OH 44041

440-466-3048

Denny Brown – Site Director, ext. 5
Joan Mullen – Program Coordinator, ext. 2
Bob Warner – Technology Coordinator, ext. 5

The Geneva Senior Center is free to all people age 60 and older. The center is a place for free activities and services for senior citizens, including free smoke alarms, blood ...

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Brown Bag Concerts at Noon-Rotary Pavilion

Brown Bag Concerts at Noon

Download Flyer

All concerts are Free and open to the Public. All concerts start at noon and are held at the Pavilion in downtown Geneva. Next to Capo’s Pizza. Downtown Geneva, Ohio.

June 14 Cat Lily
June 21 Ed Dana
June 28 2120 Project
July 5 Tyrone Hornbuckle
July 12 Take II
July 19 Czarina Charter
July 26 Jeff Welsh
August 2 White Chapple Jack
August 9 Jimmy Fuller
August 16 Dick Dana
August 23 Ed Dana

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Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO)2016 Report

Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO)2016 Report

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) is an overflow, spill, release, or diversion of wastewater from a sanitary sewer system.  All SSOs are prohibited.

The OEPA requires us to report  these, including an annual report made available for public inspection.  Included in this information is a listing of Water In Basement (WIB) events, which is when sewage backs up into a home.  OEPA makes a distinction between these happenings based on whether it is caused by a ...

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Ohio’s Local Governments Open Checkbooks to Citizens

Ohio’s Local Governments Open Checkbooks to Citizens

With a few clicks, users can answer questions such as “how much money has the government spent in total on street lights?” or “which departments spent the most money last month?” With this initiative, Ohio is truly setting the gold standard for transparency in government spending, making millions of local government checkbook entries available to citizens in an easy-to-use digital format.

With OpenGov Checkbook technology, citizens and administrators alike can search millions of individual checkbook ...

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Elm St. & N. Broadway Infrastructure Improvements

ELM STREET AND NORTH BROADWAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Limited Environment Review Availability Notice

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION NOTICE
Project Outline

The City of Geneva plans on installing new plastic 12” water mains along the entire length of Elm Street and on North Broadway between Elm Street and North Avenue. We will also provide new 1” services to the edge of the right of way for each property.  In addition to finish landscaping, new sidewalks and driveway aprons will be ...

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Notice of Issuance of a Limited Environmental Review and Draft Finding

April 5, 2017

Notice of Issuance of a Limited Environmental Review and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact to All Interested Citizens, Organizations, and Government Agencies

City of Geneva, Ashtabula County, State Route 534 Sanitary Sewer
Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) Loan #CS390383-0015

The purpose of this notice is to advise the public that Ohio EPA has reviewed the referenced project and finds that neither  an Environmental Assessment (EA) nor a Supplemental Study (SS) is required  to complete the environmental review of ...

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Online Bill Pay

Online Bill Pay Information

Pay your bill On-line at: https://goo.gl/NxgzAS

Online Presentment and Payment FAQ’s

General
What are some of the benefits of receiving my bill electronically?
It is convenient, saves time, reduces errors, allows you to receive bills anywhere at any time and helps the environment by saving trees. You can continue to receive a paper bill, but if you elect to go paperless, you can always print out a copy of the invoice if needed.

What are the benefits of ...

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Emergency Phone Calls. Get It Right the First Time-A Message From The Geneva Fire Department

Emergency Phone Calls. Get It Right the First Time

When an emergency, such as a fire, occurs, people become panicky and confused.  As a result, many calls received by emergency dispatchers are not complete enough for help to arrive quickly.  Sometimes no calls are received because everyone thought someone else had already called the fire department.  The Geneva Fire Department offers the following suggestions:

1. Know that the emergency number for fire, police, and ambulance is 911.

2. In case ...

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