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Minutes/Edina City Council/December 15. 2009 <br /> reach 34-40 years. WSB would look at both pavement design and lifecycle in the roadway <br /> specifications. With regard to road surface noise reduction, WSB would provide recommendations <br /> and decibel reduction data for the Council's consideration. <br /> Public Works Director/City Engineer Houle displayed the roadway section and described the <br /> recommended widths of the travel lanes, bicycle lanes, and parking spaces. It was noted the <br /> stormwater grate ran perpendicular to the curb so it would not cause a bicycle hazard and that <br /> some final design issues were yet to be determined, such as the location of signal light <br /> mechanicals. The Council discussed the project design and asked questions of Mr. Rickart, Mr. <br /> Reif, and staff, who provided additional details on the CPC entrance reconstruction, <br /> accommodation of turning movements, and bicycle lanes. The Council indicated it was looking <br /> forward to working on landscaping designed to alert drivers they were entering a residential area. <br /> Mayor Hovland opened the public hearing at 8:11 p.m. <br /> Public Testimony <br /> Ben Cavender, 4412 West 70th Street, addressed the Council. <br /> Leo Poole, 7000 Sandell Avenue, addressed the Council. <br /> Jonathan Fernands, 6905 West Shore Drive, addressed the Council. <br /> Janey Westin, 6136 Brookview Avenue, addressed the Council. <br /> Jan Ferrell, 4704 West 70th Street, addressed the Council. <br /> Kris Norton, 7007 Cornelia Drive, addressed the Council. <br /> Gene Persha, 6917 Cornelia Drive, addressed the Council. <br /> Member Swenson made a motion, seconded by Member Brindle, to close the public <br /> hearing. <br /> Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Housh, Swenson, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> Mr. Houle addressed the questions raised during public testimony and answered questions of the <br /> Council. The Council requested that residents be notified of landscaping plans as they are refined. <br /> Member Housh introduced and moved adoption of Resolution No. 2009-113, ordering <br /> improvement for West 70th Street roadway improvements, Improvement No. BA-367. <br /> Member Swenson seconded the motion. <br /> Rollcall: <br /> Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Housh, Swenson, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> The Council thanked staff, residents, Transportation Commissioners, and SAC Members for their <br /> work towards the development of this project. <br /> PUBLIC HEARING HELD — RESOLUTION NO. 2009-114 ADOPTED — PAMELA PARK <br /> NEIGHBORHOOD STREET RECONSTRUCTION ORDERED — IMPROVEMENT NO. BA-360 <br /> Affidavits of Notice presented and ordered placed on file. <br /> Chad Milner, SEH, thanked the City for the opportunity to prepare this feasibility study and <br /> residents for their input provided during the hearings. He presented the proposed Pamela Park <br /> neighborhood roadway and utility improvements and described the issues that would be <br /> Page 2 <br />