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Minutes/Edina City CouncilfFebruary 6,2007 <br /> Engineer Houle explained the vacation of existing public drainage and utility easement for <br /> Braemar Hills 8th Addition affected the newly platted Lot 1, 2, and 3, Block 1 of Hills of <br /> Braemar subdivision. He explained a blanket easement had existed over all of Outlot A and <br /> the new plat included three new buildable lots and a new Outlot A (common area). Mr. <br /> Houle said the new plat had not removed the original blanket easement creating a need to <br /> vacate and rededicate the entire blanket easement. <br /> No one appeared to speak. <br /> Member Masica made a motion, seconded by Member Housh closing the Public Hearing. <br /> Ayes: Bennett, Housh, Masica, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> Member Masica introduced Resolution No. 2007-23 Vacating Drainage and Utility <br /> Easement for Lot 1, Block 2, Braemar Hills 81h Addition. Member Housh seconded the <br /> motion. <br /> Rollcall: <br /> Ayes: Bennett, Housh, Masica, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> *PUBLIC HEARING - FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN, DTR ARCHITECTS/TOM MILLER <br /> (3201-3101 69TH STREET WEST) SITE REDEVELOPMENT CONTINUED TO MARCH 6, <br /> 2007 Motion made by Member Masica and seconded by Member Housh approving the <br /> public hearing for the Final Development Plan, DJR Architects/Tom Miller (3201-3101 69th <br /> Street West) site redevelopment be continued until March 6,2007. <br /> Motion carried on rollcall vote - four ayes. <br /> RESOLUTION NO. 2007-24 APPROVING LOT DIVISION - UNITED HEALTH GROUP <br /> - 9900 BREN ROAD Member Bennett asked that Resolution No. 2007-24 approving the Lot <br /> Division for United Health Group at 9900 Bren Road be removed from the Consent Agenda <br /> for further information. <br /> Member Bennett indicated she had received a call from a resident inquiring if a traffic study <br /> had been a part of the lot division and whether it was valid and could impact Edina. Mr. <br /> Houle noted that the City did not require a formal traffic study. <br /> Director Teague said the project was a City of Minnetonka project and that an Environmental <br /> Assessment Worksheet (EAW) and a traffic study had been a part of that EAW. The project <br /> was for two, 10-story office buildings. He said one phase would require minor roadway <br /> improvements in the Opus Complex and the second phase would require some adjustments <br /> to the on-ramp. Mr. Houle reiterated that the interchange at Highway 169 had been studied <br /> and the Parkwood Knolls area will continue to be monitored. He added staff would work <br /> with the City of Minnetonka and State of Minnesota to address any citizens' concern. <br /> Member Housh noted that Edina's part of the overall project was small and he questioned <br /> what type of input we might have. Attorney Gilligan said when Minnetonka did the EAW; <br /> concerns could have been brought forward. The project has been approved by Minnetonka <br /> and input was limited at this point. <br /> Page 2 <br />