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1/27/58 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETTNG OF THE EDINA <br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, JANUARY 27,1958, <br />AT 7~30 P.M., AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL. <br />Members answering Rollcall were Dickson, Xohler and Bredesen. <br />arrived immediately after Rollcall. <br />Trustee Tupa <br />Minutes of the Regular Meeting of January 13, 1958 were approved as submitted, <br />by motion Dickson, seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PETITION FOR PERMIT TO CONSTRUCT SIX-FAMILY DWELLING ON LOTS <br />10. 11 AND 12, BLOCK 9, BROOKSIDE HEIGHTS (5136-40-44 HANKERSON AVENUE). <br />Af f idavits of Publication and of Mailing of "Notice of Hearing" were presented <br />by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />favorable recommendation of January 15th was reviewed. Petition, signed by <br />owners of some 53 lots in the neighborhood (although all petitioners were not in the 500-foot radius of the lots affected) was presented, in objection to <br />the proposed construction. Petition was supported by Messrs. John E. Shafer, <br />5133 William Ave., and Mark J. Dougall, 5116 William Ave., who stated that the <br />Motel and the double bungalows behind it have increased traffic problems in <br />the area, whereas traffic should be kept to a minimum on William because of <br />the number of children in the block; that the proposed two-story dwelling <br />would detract from the value of adjacent one-story, one-family dwellings; <br />that property owners feel that the three lots affected comprise too small an <br />area for six families and that they object to having any more multiple dwellings <br />in the vicinity. Manager Hyde pointed out that this is problem land; that it is <br />unlikely that one-family dwellings will be built, here; that it was the Planning <br />Commission's thought that the multiple dwelling would be a buffer against a <br />commercial enterprise. Petitioner V.H. Mathieu, after stating he feels that <br />his proposition would prove to increase, rather than decrease the valuation <br />of surrounding properties, and that he intends to live in the dwelling himself; <br />that he feels the proposed dwelling would eliminate the possibility of more <br />small children moving onto this property (in contrast to building of small <br />one-family dwellings, here) and that it would bring additional taxes into <br />the Village, offered to compromise on a four-family dwelling to be built on <br />two lots, but delegation was adamant in its opposition to any further multiple <br />dwellings. Trustee Dickson moved for rejection of petition. Motion seconded <br />Planning Commission's <br />by Kohler and carried. <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED WATERMAIN IN BERNARD PLACE FROM GROVE STREET TO BENTON <br />AVENUE: BENTON AVENUE FROM BERNARD PLACE TO 350 FT., MORE OR LESS. EAST THEREOF: <br />CODE AVENUE FROM W.58TH STREET TO BENTON AVENUE. Affidavit of Publication of <br />"Notice of Hearing" January 16 and 23, 1958, was presented, approved as to form, <br />and ordered placed on file. <br />the area to be assessed; <br />Work at $10.00 per Assessable Foot, for Summer Work at $5.00 per Assessable <br />Foot. <br />that the main is being constructed in the other two streets to form a "loop'* <br />and that property abutting these streets will not be assessed for the main <br />unless they have not heretofore been assessed for lateral watermain; that the <br />Waterworks Fund of the Village will bear this expense. <br />a petition dated January 23, objecting to the published estimated cost but <br />agreeing to an assessment of $4.00 per front foot. <br />were reviewed and, upon some rapid calculation by the Engineer, it was determined <br />that assessment based on today's bid should come to about $4.03 per front foot. <br />Delegation was agreeable to this, but inquired as to the division of costs <br />between the assessed portion of the project and the "waterworks"portion. <br />Manager Hyde explained that the "loop*t mains will have no house connections, <br />whereas the Bernard Place main will have a connection per lot from the main to <br />two feet back of the curb line, necessitating copper piping, corpmation cocks, <br />etc., which adds to the cost of this installation. Mr. Tom Lee inquired as to <br />whether money could not have been saved by an installation last year, and Mr. <br />Hyde replied that he could not be sure but that, in view of our receiving nine <br />bids on the project today, he feels that a very good bid has been received. <br />Dickson offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption: <br />Vu-Graph Slide was shown, of the proposed main and <br />and Manager Hyde read the Estimated Cost for Winter <br />He explained that the area abutting Bernard Place will be assessed but <br />He presented to Council <br />Bids received this morning <br />RE5OLUTION ORDERING IMPROVEMENT <br />.WATERMAIN IMPROVEMENT NO. 124 <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, that this <br />Council heretofore caused notice of hearing to be duly published on the following <br />proposed improvement : .. CONSTRUCTION OF VILLAGE WATERMAIN AND APPURTENANCES IN: <br />Bernard Place from Grove St. to Benton Avenue; <br />Benton Ave. from Bernard Place to 350 Ft., more or <br />Code Avenue from W.58th St. to Benton Avenue <br />less, East thereof;