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5/5/58 34 ' 2. PUBLIC HEAIIIKG ON PROPOSED ASSESSMENT FOR STREET LIGHTS IMPROWENT NO. <br />L-3. <br />$9,177.71, as against 2,227.6 Assessable Feet, for $4.12 per Assessable Foot, compared <br />with $7.00 Estimate of Cost. <br />Lights was read at $7,735.36, as against 2,102 Assessable Feet, for $3.68 per Assess- <br />able Foot, compared with Estimated Cost of $2.40. <br />at the Hearing and no written objections had been received prior thereto. <br />offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption: <br />Tabulation of Assessment for NevJ Ornamental Street Lights was read at Total of - <br />Tabulation for Modernization of old Ornamental street <br />There were no objections registered <br />Bank <br />RESOLUTION ACOPTING AND CONFIWU'NG ASSESSMENT FOR <br />ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHTING 1!*1PROvE!d!ENT NO. L-3 <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, as follows: <br />1. It is hereby found, determined and declared that the proposed assessments <br />for ORNAFENTAL STREET LIGHTING Ih!PROVEMENT NO. L-3, and each of them, have been properly <br />calculated in accordance with the provisions of Minnesota Statutes Section 412.441; <br />that notice has been duly published, as required by law, that this Council would <br />meet to hear and pass upon all objections, if any, to amend said proposed assessments <br />as might be necessary, and to adopt the same by resolution; that said proposed assess- <br />ments have at all times since their filing been open for public inspection, and <br />opportunity has been given to all interested persons to present their objections; and <br />that each of the lots, pieces and parcels of land enumerated in the respective assess- <br />ments was and is specially benefited by the construction of the improvement for which <br />such assessment is levied in the amount set opposite the description of each such lot, <br />piece and parcel of land, respectively. <br />The amounts so set out are hereby levied against the respective lots, <br />pieces and parcels of land described in said respective assessments, and said proposed <br />assessments are hereby adopted and confirmed as the proper special assessments for <br />said improvement. The assessment against each lot, tract or parcel, together with the <br />interest accruing on the full amount thereof from time to time unpaid, at the rate of <br />five percent per annum from the date of this resolution, shall be a lien concurrent <br />with general taxes upon the property described therein and all thereof. The total <br />amount of each such assessment shall be payable in equal annual installments extending <br />over a period of ten years, the first of said installments, together with interest on <br />the entire assessment from the date hereof to December 31, 1959, to be payable with <br />general taxes for the year 1958, and one of the remaining installments, with one year's <br />interest on that and all subsequent installments, to be payable with general taxes for <br />the years 1959 through 1967, collectible in the respective ensuing years. <br />owner of any lot, piece or parcel of land assessed hereby may pay the whole of such <br />assessment or any installment thereof without interest to the Village Treasurer and <br />thereafter such payment may be made with accrued interest, to the County Treasurer; <br />provided that if any assessments or installments thereof be prepaid to the Village <br />Treasurer, he shall promptly notify the Village Clerk and County Auditor, and the <br />assessment or installment so prepaid shall be cancelled on the books of the County <br />Audit or. <br />The Clerk shall, as soon as may be, prepare and transmit to the County <br />Auditor a certified duplicate of said assessments, with each then unpaid installment <br />and interest set forth separately, to be extended upon the proper tax lists of the <br />County, and the County Auditor shall thereafter cause said assessments to be collected <br />in the manner provided by law. Said duplicate shall be designated as the ASSESSMENT <br />ROLL FOR ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHT'ING IMPROVEMENT NO. L-3, and all amounts collected in <br />respect of the assessments therein contained shall be similarly designated by the <br />County Treasurer and remitted to the Village Treasurer and by him credited to the <br />Sinking Fund Account of the Temporary Improvement Fund. <br />I <br />2. <br />3, Prior to certification of the assessment to the County Auditor, the <br />I <br />4. <br />Motion for adoption of the Resolution was seconded by Kohler, and on Rollcall there <br />were five ayes and no nays, as follows: Ban Dickson, aye; Kohler, aye; Tupa, <br />aye; and Bredesen, aye; and the Resolution w <br />ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHTS TO BE OFF AT MIDNIGHT. Comment was made that it is not <br />necessary for all the lights to continue to burn after midnight. <br />he believes that two of the four bulbs in each light are turned of€ at midnight; that <br />the Village pays "per light". <br />bulbs have not been turned out, to make sure that they are. <br />Manager Hyde reported <br />Manager asked to investigate matter, and if half the <br />. 3. PUBLIC HEARIKG 08 PROPOSED ASSESSMENT FOR SANITARY SEWER IMPROVBAENT N0.138 <br />(South Garden Estates 3rd Addn. <br />$43,469.00, as against 8,624.8 Assessable Feet, for $5.04 per Assessable Foot, <br />compared with Estimate o€ Cost of $7..70. <br />and no mitten objections had been filed prior thereto. <br />Resolution and moved its adoption: <br />Tabulation of Assessment was read at a Total of <br />No bbjections were filed at the Hearing, <br />Tupa offered the following