<br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDINA
<br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD h(IONDAY, IdAY 12, 1958,
<br />AT 7:OO P.M., AT THE EDXNA VILLAGE HALL .
<br />Members answering Rollcall were Bank, Dickson, Kohler, Tupa and Bredesen.
<br />Minutes of Regular Meeting of April 28 and Special Meeting of May 5 were approved as
<br />submitted, by motion Bank, seconded by Dickson and carried,
<br />LAKE CORNELIA PARK IMPROVEMENTS - CONTRACT AWARDED.
<br />lation of Bids taken Hay 9, three bids having been received, with Svranson Excavating
<br />Manager Hyde presented Tabu-
<br />Company being ~OVJ bidder. He stated that the Park Board recommends approval of
<br />award of contract to low bidder, in the amount of $16,685.00. Contract includes
<br />hauling of Village fill, grading and seedbed preparation, hauling peat, furnishing
<br />clay, surfacing of parking area and roads, furnishing and installing 30" culverts,
<br />sodding, seeding, and path construction, but does not include triangles. On
<br />inquiry by the Council as to how these expenditures compare with allocations, Mr.
<br />Kendall Stevens of the Park Board replied that expenditures will be $5,565 over
<br />allocation made for this particular improvement, viith triangles still to be
<br />improved; but that there is some $27,000 in the "unallocated" account, which was
<br />so designated to meet just such emergencies; that, although the cost of Cornelia
<br />Park improvements exceeds estimate it still is not over the moneys available,
<br />Kohler's motion for award of contract as recommended was seconded by Dickson and
<br />carried .
<br />AQUATENPJIAL SVIIM MEET TO BE HELD IN EDINA POOL.
<br />request for use of the Edina Pool on July 21 and 22, for its swim meet, was
<br />discussed, Dickson's motion,that the request be granted subject to whatever
<br />legal requirements are imposed by the village Attorney, was seconded byBank and
<br />carried .
<br />Minneapolis Aquatennial Committee's
<br />REQUEST FOR POOL COWLETION TIME DENIED.
<br />Western Construction eorqany'for extension of time for completion of swimming
<br />pool, together with Park Board's recommendation against the extension,
<br />motion that request be denied was seconded by Tupa and unanimously carried.
<br />Council reviewed the request of Great
<br />BACKSTOPS-CONTRACT AWARDED.
<br />May 9, with six bidding and Crown Iron Works being low bidder for three Little
<br />League backstops at$4,512.00 and for three Baseball backstops at $1,968.00.
<br />explained that, after the last bids were rejected, the backstops had been redesigned
<br />with a view toward securing better bids; but that this low bid is $80.00 lower on
<br />the baseball stops and $243 higher on the Little League stops.
<br />he be given authority to negotiate with previous low bidder for order of one
<br />Little League stop at the figure then bid, and to buy one Little League stop at
<br />the present low bid price, with authority to purchase one Little League stop at
<br />present bid price if negotiations do not prove successful on old price; these
<br />two backstops to go to Mirror Lakes Park.
<br />negotiation and purchase be granted in accordance with Manager's recommendation
<br />was seconded by Bank and carried.
<br />Manager Hyde presented Tabulation of Bids received
<br />He recommended that
<br />Dickson's motion that authority for
<br />FOUR-PLEX REQUEST FOR LOTS 3 AND 4, BLOCK 2, ELMJJOOD TERRACE (5512-5516 FRANCE)
<br />DENIED .
<br />€or permit to construct a four-plex at 5512-5516 France was reviewed. lslrs.
<br />Virginia Beard was present to support the request, as owner of the property. She
<br />stated that this solution had been recommended to her some time ago by the.
<br />Planning Commission for these two lots.
<br />led by Mr. Harris Lindquist, 5517 Halifax Lane, protested the proposed multiple
<br />dwelling, but did state they are not averse to having a double bungalow at this
<br />location. Kohler's motion that request for four-plex be denied was seconded by
<br />Dickson and carried.
<br />Planning Commission's May 7th for denial of a request by Thomas & Heller
<br />A delegation of ten or twelve neighbors,
<br />PLW@JIHG CO?.JIPIIJSSION' S RECORliAENDATIONS AS TO PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL ACCEPTED.
<br />THE following Preliminary Plats were presented, carrying Planning Commission's I May 7th recommendations for approval, as follows:
<br />Commission recommended approval of entire plat as a Preliminary with understanding
<br />that Lots 1,2,5 and 6 be platted, but that balance remain unplatted at this time
<br />because of highway plans.
<br />2. SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 1 AND 2, SKYLINE. (Doh? LEARY),. Commission's recommend-
<br />ation was for approval subject to Outlot's being deeded to Village.
<br />3. LYLE ADDITION (Lot 46, \Yarden Acres). Commission's recommendation was
<br />€or approval subject to deed restrictions requiring dwellings on Lots 1,2,6 and
<br />7 to face east and west and have setbacks of 25 feet from East-'Jest streets and
<br />30 foot setbacks from North-South streets; that residences on Lots 3,4 and 5
<br />face either North or South, with 30-foot setback from both East-West streets.
<br />SOUTH GARDEE €STATES FOURTH ADDITION - Commission recommended approval,
<br />1- SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 12 AND 13, BLOCK 2, PEACEDALE ACRES .(C.C, YOLEZ.
<br />Bank's motion that: Commission recommendations be accepted and Preliminary Plats
<br />approved accordingly was seconded by Tupa and carried.