Request was made from the audience, for street lights on Kellogg Avenue between
<br />Ill,5&h and 3L62nd Streets*
<br />that Manager 3Etchell check with 3bgineer Ulssen to see if these lights had not
<br />alreadybeen ordered, with report at nextaeeting.
<br />15r' Ifitchell presented Final Plat of a portion of *V'&ley View Terrace" together
<br />with Planning Commission* s Februazy 6th recommendation for approval,
<br />that public utilities easements are not shown thereonr
<br />Final Plat be approved, for record, subject to, placing of utilities easements
<br />thereon, was seconded by Hawthorne pnd carried*/
<br />. Mre Russell Lundts request for ped% to erect a 99rfront building directly Hest
<br />of the Edina-Theatre on 11,50t;h Street, wi$h setback-.to be six feet from present
<br />sidewalk lbe, was discussedr Hr" Lund explained that this building will have no basement. Hawthorne's motion, that perntit be'approved subject to buildingts.+
<br />compliance with all building regulations, was seconded by Child ad carried., .
<br />Mks. Bernice Suetter, who wishes to establish a beauty parlor in the basement of
<br />her home at 6024 Kellogg Avenue, requested that Public Hearing be held to enable
<br />her to proceed wigh her plans. Attorney Ffindhorst ruled that a beauty parlor
<br />is definitely a ltComercial use of propertylr and that to enable this useage
<br />the Council. must-either rezone the Suetter property or amend its ordinancg. An
<br />objection to the beauty parlor was raised fromthe floor, and Hrs. Suetter with-
<br />Chairman Child of Public Utilities Conwittee requested
<br />He, reported
<br />Bredesents motion, that
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<br />' drew her request for permit,
<br />Mr* A&. Bogenrs petition% for Water in Brookside Heights was discussed at some
<br />length, with E~bnager Mitchell reporting that connection to the present water
<br />system Vrill give Brookside Heights properties a malo'mum of twenty-five popnds
<br />water pressure--which 9s insufficient for fire fighting purposes at any time
<br />and which would also be insufficient for domestic use during periods of great,
<br />water consumption elsewhere. He reported that a new thkand pump will be
<br />necessary to give these people the service they desire; and Council r,eviewed
<br />for audience the difficulties it is experiencing insecuring steel priority for
<br />water tank now approved for construction, stating that it will undoubtedly be
<br />sone years before Brookside Heights can be served. After further discussion
<br />with Bogen, Hawthorne moved to refer matter to Village Engineer f0r ftwGher
<br />study and a report at the next meeting* Hotion seconded by Child and cpried.
<br />Revised Preliminary Plat of Gust Johnson's "Southwood Acres" was presented,
<br />together with Planning Comaission's recommendation for approval providing the
<br />North 165 feet of Lot 7, Block 3 be dedicated to the Village together .with all
<br />of Outlot rlA!. M2, MitckiiU, reported N2. Johnsonts xequest that exception to
<br />Building Code be allowed, to permit construction of a dwelling on Lot 5, Block 3
<br />of "Southwood Acres" immediately, together with Planning Commissions s recommen-
<br />dation for such exception, Building Inspector Woehler recornended agdnst
<br />such procedure, statingthet a building peMt here will establish the plat on its present basis; that any ature change will be difficult with a building
<br />already situated on one tract.
<br />after Joint Planning Commission-Coulncil Heetiug sf February 18, Eotion seconded
<br />by Hawthorne and carried. T
<br />Child*s motion, that approval be withheld until
<br />&. E&, Stow reported that a large hole is predent in the business district
<br />on Highway 169, presenting a definite hazard to children. Hawthorne's motion, tbt Village lhager be directed to investigate and to take whatever .action is
<br />necessary to have this hazard resnoved, was seconded by Danens and carriedr
<br />Application for Plumber's License for Lmd & Spetz, 5820 Logan Avenue South, to
<br />April 1, 1952, accompanied-by necessary bond, was rev5ewed.
<br />license be granted was seconded by,Hawthorne and carried..
<br />Request of Nr. &gwbice Orvis, for 20 M)?H signs in his neighborhood, was reported
<br />by ISanager 1Etchel.l.
<br />inform Mr, Qrvis that State Highway Department will not allow establishment of
<br />20 MPH Zones, and that Police Department be directed to endeavor to enforce the
<br />30 MPH regulations in this area, was seconded by Bredesen and carried.
<br />r Manager Hitchell and Chairman of Public Works,Danens again reported the need for
<br />a new Road Patrol. Hawthorne's motion, that Counci$ advertise for bids for new
<br />Road Patrol, with bids to be,taken Xondqy, March 10, was seconded by Danens and
<br />Child's motion that
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<br />Hawthorne's motion, that Village lkiager be directed *to
<br />Supt. of Public Utilities Tloehler and Chairman of Public Utilities Child reported
<br />the need of a clean-up, paint-up job on the old water tank.
<br />directing the advertisement for bids on this project, with bids to .be taken
<br />Monday, March 90, was seconded by Bredesen and carried*
<br />Child's motion,