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1 <br /> Minutes/Edina City Council/March 6,2006 <br /> EDINA LIONS CLUB <br /> for its work to beautify and improve the City of Edina. <br /> Dated this 61h day of March 2006. Member Masica seconded the motion. <br /> Ayes: Housh, Hulbert, Masica, Swenson, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> RESOLUTION NO. 2006-31 ORDERING WATERMAIN IMPROVEMENT NO. WM-451 <br /> NINE MILE VILLAGE TOWNHOMES - CONTINUED FROM FEBRUARY 21, 2006 <br /> Affidavits of Notice were presented, approved and ordered placed on file. <br /> Engineer Houle introduced Paul J. Pasko III, and Chad Millner of Short Elliot Hendrickson, <br /> Inc., (SEH) the consultant engineers who prepared the feasibility study for Improvement No. <br /> WM-451 Nine Mile Village Townhomes Water Main Rehabilitation Project. He explained the <br /> project was initiated by staff to address water main concerns within Nine Mile Village <br /> Townhouse Association. Mr. Houle explained the City owned the water main and sanitary <br /> sewer systems within the complex. <br /> Chad Millner of SEH, explained Nine Mile Village townhomes were bordered on the west by <br /> Villa Lane; on the north by Olinger Boulevard; on the east by Colonial Church and on the <br /> south by Highway 62. He said the project was initiated because of the increased frequency of <br /> water main breaks in the pipes serving Nine Mile Village. <br /> Mr. Millner said the water main pipes were installed in the early 1970's. He said it appeared <br /> the breakages within the utility systems were caused by corrosive soils and stray currents. <br /> The frequency of the breakages indicated that the pipes were nearing the end of their useful <br /> life. Mr. Millner explained the project would include rehabilitating the existing water main, <br /> installing new mains along the east property line, replacing the water services from the water <br /> main to the curb boxes, making spot sanitary and storm sewer repairs, resurfacing the street <br /> and parking lot pavement and reconstruction of parking lot islands. <br /> Mr. Millner reviewed the schedule for the project to date: <br /> ■ July 2005 - Project investigation and background study <br /> ■ November 2005 - Information Meeting <br /> • Jan. 10, 2006 - Project Update Meeting <br /> ■ March 6, 2006 - Public Improvement Hearing <br /> Mr. Millner explained that after they began their analysis it was determined if the City only <br /> replaced the water main system, the pavement would be left in a patch job condition. After <br /> contacting and meeting with the Nine Mile Village Board, it was decided the best alternative <br /> would be to replace the entire pavement. He indicated that the public hearing was covering <br /> only the extra paving and parking lot island reconstruction portion of the project. The other <br /> portion would be paid out of the City's Utility Fund. <br /> Mr. Millner said the total project cost was $1,296,400 which included all utility repairs, <br /> repaving the entire roadway, and the reconstruction of the parking lot islands. He said the <br /> portion of the project subject to special assessment was $336,900 which would be <br /> approximately $3,500 per residential equivalent unit. <br /> Page 2 <br />