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199 7/14/58 <br />11. STORM SEER IMPROVEMENT NO. 38 - In Everett Place from Nine-Mile Creek to Duggan' <br />yaza; Duggan Plaza, Everett Place to Duggan Plaza Circle; Tifton Drive, Everett <br />Place to Ridgeway Drive. <br /><kdditions, asked that the manholes be lowered so that the water can drain into <br />them. He stated that the "grades are such that half the water can't run into <br />the manholes--that it runs across private property, washing it out". Manager <br />Hyde explained that the Village has graded and ?e-graded the streets after <br />sanitary sewer construction and that there is still settling. IAr. Zikan then <br />reported 'that surveyor Arleigh Smith had set the streets to "finished grade"; <br />that, after blacktop is applied the streets will be at manhole level. On h.k. <br />Kohler's suggestion that the manholes be dropped by one brick, to bring them <br />down to present grade (providing blacktopping is not to be done this year), Mr. <br />Hyde reported that this will cost some $15 to $20 per manhole, for a half-dozen <br />or so manholes. After some discussion, Mr. Stow was informed that manholes will <br />be dropped, pending blacktopping; and Kohler moved for approval of assessment as <br />tabulated. <br />12. STORM SEWER Ik!PROVEMEIE€ NO. 41 - Beginning on ~~~58th St., midway between Wooddale <br />and Fairfax Avenues; thence Southerly 120 Ft. more or less. <br />Hearing; none at Hearing of July 7. <br />as tabulated was seconded by Tupa and carried. <br />i. Mr. E. ce Stow, developer of the Brookview Heights <br />, <br />Motion seconded by Tupa and carried. (See Resolution of later in Meeting). <br />No objections at this <br />Dicltson's motion for approval of assessment <br />Dickson then offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION ADOPTING AND CONFIRMING ASSESSLlENTS <br />FOR SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENT NO. 133 j STORM <br />IMPROVEhENTS NOS. A-44 AND A-65, A-839 A-84, <br />A-87, A-90, A-92, B-48, AND C-58 <br />SEWER IMPROVEnlIENTS NOS. 38 AND 41 j STREET <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of ~dina, Minnesota, as follows: <br />ments for SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENT NO. 133; STORId SEVER IMPROV~IENTS NOS. 38 AIJD 41, <br />and each of them, have been properly calculated in accordance with the provisions of <br />Minnesota Statutes section 412.441; that notice has been duly published, as required <br />by law, that this Council would meet to hear and pass upon all objections, if any, to <br />amend said proposed assessments as might be necessary, and to adopt the same by <br />resolution; that said proposed assessments have at all times since their filing <br />been open for public inspection, and opportunity has been given to 'all interested <br />persons to present their objections; and that each of the lots, pieces and parcels <br />of land enumerated in the respective assessments was and is specially benefited by <br />Lhe construction of the improvements for which such assessment is levied in the <br />amount set opposite the description of each such lot, piece and parcel of land, <br />respectively. <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 €or <br />said improvements, respectively. The assessment against each lot, tract, or parcel, <br />together with the interest accruing on the full amount thereof from time to time <br />unpaid, at the rate of five percent per annum from the date of this resolution, <br />shall be a lien concurrent with general taxes upon the property described therein <br />and all thereof. <br />The total amount of each such assessment for Sanitary Sewer Improvement <br />No. 133, Storm Sewer Improvements Nos. 38 and 41, and Street Improvements Nos. A-44 <br />and A-65, and C-58 shall be payable in equal annual installments extending over a <br />period of ten years, the first of said installments, together with interest on the <br />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 <br />year's interest on that and all subsequent installments, to be payable with general <br />taxes for the years 1959 through 1967, collectible in the respective ensuing years. <br />The total amount of each such assessment for Street Improvements Nos. <br />A-839 A-84, A-87, A-90, A-92, A-85, and E-48 shall be payable in equal annual <br />installments extending over a period of five years, the first of said installments, <br />together with interest on the entire assessment from the date hereof to December 31, <br />1959, to be payable with general taxes for the year 1958, and one of the remaining <br />installments, with one year's interest on that and a11 subsequent installments, to be <br />payable with general taxes for the years 1959 through 1962, collectible in the <br />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 <br />and thereafter such payment may be made with accrued interest, to the County <br />Treasurer; provided that if any assessments or installments thereof be prepaid <br />to the Village Treasurer, he shall promptly notify the village Clerk and county <br />Auditor, and the assessment or installment so prepaid shall be cancelled on the <br />books of the County Auditor. <br />1. It is hereby found, determined 'and declared that the proposed assess- <br />STREET II1IIPROVEi'ENTS NOS. A-44 AND A-653 A-83, A-84, A-87, A-90, A-92, B-48, AND C-58, <br />2. The amounts so set out are hereby levied against the respective lots, <br />3. Prior to certification of the assessment to the County Auditor, the