<br />Southdale Road, objected to the proposed rezoning,and also/the proposal for office
<br />buildings on France between 66th and 70th Streets, stating that when he purchased
<br />his property he was given to understand that the area between France and Valley ~
<br />View Road and 66th and 70th Streets was to be landscaped as a park--that the
<br />contractor from he purchased had so informed him. He was informed by the Council
<br />that the tract between 66th and 70th Street had been rezoned to "Regional Shopping
<br />District" in 1953, together with Southdale Center and before homes were built or
<br />lots placed on sale for Southdale First Addition, and that this had been a matter
<br />of record for some five years.
<br />motel, and Mr. Crabb reported it is intended to be an 80-unit building; that it
<br />will have a swimming pool of its own (this last came as an answer to a question
<br />as to whether "the Village is building a swimming pool for the motel".)
<br />other objections were registered at the Hearing, and no written objections had
<br />been received prior thereto. Bank offered the following Ordinance, moving for
<br />waiver of second reading and adoption of Ordinance as read:
<br />Question was raised about the size of proposed
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-28
<br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE
<br />OF EDINA BY ESTABLISHING ADDITIONAL REGIONAL
<br />SHOPPING DISTRICT
<br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA ORDAINS:
<br />Section 1.
<br />Revised Ordinances of the Village of 'Edina, as amended, is hereby further
<br />amended by adding at the end of paragraph 1 of said Section 6 an additional
<br />sub-paragraph as follows :
<br />Section 6, Regional Shopping District, of Ordinance No. 261 of the
<br />Section 2,
<br />and publication.
<br />All that portion of the Southeast One Quarter (SE1/4) of the
<br />Northeast One Quarter (NE1/4) of Section 30, Township 28,
<br />Range 24 bounded by France Avenue South, West 66th Street,
<br />Valley View Road and West 64th Street, which has not
<br />previously been rezoned by Ordinance No. 261-2 adopted
<br />May 25, 1953."
<br />This Ordinance shall be in effect immediately upon its passage
<br />Bank's motion for waiver of second reading and adoption of Ordinance as read was
<br />seconded by Dickson, and on Rollcall there were five ayes and no nays, as follows:
<br />Ordinance was adopted . Bank, aye; Dickson, aye; Kohler, aye; Tupa, Bredesen, aye; and the
<br />Village Clerk
<br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PETITION FOR PERMIT TO FACE DWELLING ON BRITTANY ROAD RATHER
<br />THAN ON ROYCAR ROAD, Lot 12, Block 10, Woodhill. Affidavit of Publication in
<br />Edina-Morningside Courier February 13 and 20, and of Mailing said notice, were
<br />submitted, approved as to form and ordered placed on file.
<br />explained that his architect was unaware of facing restrictions and had drawn
<br />plan for house facing Brittany Road; that plan will not fit lot, facing Roycar.
<br />He presented a letter of assent to the proposed facing, signed by the Stevensons,
<br />4817 Roycar Road, Henry T. Warner, 6636 Brittany Road, and R.L. Sheppard, 4816
<br />Roycar Road; and another letter of assent Krom the developers of Woodhill Addn.,
<br />Rees-Thomson-Scroggins, Inc. No objections were registered at the Hearing and
<br />no written objections had been received prior thereto.
<br />permit be granted was seconded by Dickson and carried.
<br />Petitioner Dick Roos
<br />Kohler's motion that
<br />PUBLIC HEARING CONTINUED ON PETITION TO REZONE FROM OPEN DEVELOPMENT AND AUTO-
<br />MOBILE PARKING DISTRICT TO CO&UL"ITY STORE DISTRICT - SOUTHWEST CORNER AT W.50TH
<br />STREET AND HALIFAX AVENUE. At this time petitioners and neighbors returned from
<br />their meeting, and Council continued its Hearing.
<br />Avenue, objected to "anything which will route more traffic onto Halifax Avenue
<br />or which devaluate my property, which is what this will do in spite of anything
<br />the proponents say*'.
<br />plan will have as to Halifax Avenue traffic, and was told by the Shell Company
<br />Engineer, and by hk. Bob Hicks, operator of the station, that the plan will
<br />tend to route traffic back into 50th Street, rather than down Halifax. To PAr.
<br />Kohler's statement that, in his opinion, the East island will route additional
<br />traffic down Halifax, !Ar. Moss replied that it is not the intention to construct
<br />this island at this time; that, if Council consents to rezoning, the Company will
<br />be glad to agree not to build the island on Halifax Avenue without coming back to
<br />the Council for. consideration.
<br />Hyde about proposed screening and about the flood lights. They replied that
<br />they will be glad to screen; that they have no intention of directing lights
<br />into any neighbor's windows.
<br />hoist, asking that something be done to muffle it.
<br />exhaust can be directed into a dry well, which should solve problem.
<br />Mr. A.E. Carlson, 5025 Halifax
<br />Trustee Kohler inquired as to what effect the proposed
<br />Petitioners were queried by Council and Manager
<br />EiIrs. Anderson complained of the noise of the
<br />§hell Engineer replied that