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Minutes/Edina City CounciVIanuaKy 2, 2007 <br /> Kitty O'Dea, 4610 Bruce Avenue, expressed her concerns with the amendment to the <br /> Certificate of Appropriateness. Ms. O'Dea stated she would prefer shakes to the proposed <br /> manufactured stone and requested the request be returned to the Heritage Preservation <br /> Board. <br /> Motion of Member Masica, seconded by Member Swenson to closed the public hearing. <br /> Ayes: Bennett, Housh, Masica, Swenson, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> The Council discussed their opinions and concerns relative to the subject property, the <br /> manner in which applications will be accepted and reviewed in the future, the use of <br /> manufactured stone in the area, the width and location of the driveway and the protrusion of <br /> the proposed Juliet balcony into the driveway. Following the discussion, Member Swenson <br /> made a motion to grant the appeal relative to the stone facade and Juliet balcony on the <br /> south side of 4608 Bruce Avenue, but denying the appeal on the amendments for the other <br /> three sides of the home. Member Masica seconded the motion. <br /> Rollcall: <br /> Ayes: Bennett, Masica, Swenson <br /> Nays: Housh, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> *60 DAY EXTENSION TO MARCH 8 2007 GRANTED FOR 69TH STREET AND YORK <br /> AVENUE Motion made by Member Housh and seconded by Member Swenson adopting <br /> Resolution No. 2007-08 granting 60 day extension from action for the proposal at 69th and <br /> �' g Y P P <br /> York Avenue. <br /> Motion carried on rollcall vote - five ayes. <br /> CONCERN OF RESIDENTS <br /> Roger Howe, 6821 Paiute Drive, requested that the City's noise standards be reviewed to <br /> ascertain whether they offer enough protection for residential neighbors when construction <br /> projects were underway. <br /> Stacey Lacanne, 1347 Findley, Apple Valley, related her negative experiences with the dating <br /> service Great Expectations and suggested some type of investigation was warranted. Ms. <br /> Lacanne was informed her issue was not something the City Council had any jurisdiction <br /> over. <br /> Brett Fenske, 4626 Bruce Avenue expressed concerns over tear downs and remodeling <br /> projects in the Country Club Area. <br /> Paul Runice, 4622 Bruce Avenue, suggested that the volunteer Heritage Preservation Board <br /> was inadequate to the task before them and that professional staff should be considered to <br /> step up the level of review of future projects in the Historic District. <br /> *AWARD OF BID - TORO 3505-D GROUNDSMASTER ROTARY MOWER - BRAEMAR <br /> GOLF COURSE Motion made by Member Housh and seconded by Member Swenson <br /> Page 3 <br />