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12/8/58 <br />'JINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETIhG OF THE EDIiiA VILLAGE <br />COUKCIL, HELD MONDAY , DECEhlBER 8, 1958, AT 7:OO P.M. , <br />34 <br />AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL r' <br />Members answering Rollcall were Bank, Dickson, Kohler, Tupa and Bredesen. <br />ROBERT CHRISn RECEIVES MJN ICIPAL POLICE ADIVIINISTRATION CERTIFICATE. <br />presented Police Sergeant Robert Christy with his certificate of completion of a <br />course in Municipal Police Administration sponsored by the International City <br />Managers' Association, complimenting him on the industry which made completion of <br />this course possible. <br />HIGHLANDS PARK DEVELOPMENT PLAN PRESENTED. <br />Council review, "Development Plan-1959-Hsghlands Park", together with a cost estimate <br />for completing the plan. He told Council that the primary purpose of his presentation <br />is to give the Council an understanding of the proposed plan before it is presented to <br />interested neighborhood groups. <br />proposed clean up the two existing ball diamonds, to landscape by screen-planting <br />all dorm Duncraig and Doncaster Way, to install a water system, to have parking on <br />the West and just as the parking is now, except that it will be screened, to finish <br />off the North end of Doncaster Way with a turn-around, which will provide parking <br />in connection with the children's playgrounds and perhaps in connection with skating; <br />and to provide paths. <br />provided at a future time, when there is money available. Cost estimate was in <br />amount of $21,500. <br />saving can be effected by having our own dirt hauled, rather than taking bids on <br />hauled fill; and Mr. Brauer replied he believes bids should be taken both ways. <br />There was some discussion, but no formal action was taken, inasmuch as the Park <br />Board expects to take the plan to the neighborhood groups for discussion very <br />shortly. <br />Mayor Bredes en <br />Park Board Chairman Hill presented for <br />Mr. Hill stated that, under this plan, it is <br />He stated that the tennis courts shown on the plan should be <br />In connection with cost item, Council inquired as to whether a <br />PUBLIC HEARIKG ON PETITION FOR DOUBLE BURGALOE3 ON LOTS 1 AND 2, BLOCK 1, CLIFTON <br />TERRACE (4202 and 4206 Valley View Road). Affidavits of Publication and Postinq of <br />"Notice of Public Hearing" were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered <br />placed on file. <br />The Planning Commission's favorable recommendation of November 5, was reviewed. <br />There were no objections from the floor, and none had been received prior to the <br />Hearing. Tupa's motion that permit for double bungalows be granted, subject to <br />approval by the Planning Commission of building plans before permit is issued, <br />was seconded by Dickson and carried. <br />Pursuant to said Notice, Public Hearing was held on this matter. <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ZOfiING ORDINAhCE ALENDMEMT TO PERMIT DIVISION OF ONE <br />LOTSINTO TEIIO WTHOUT PLATTIKG. <br />of Hearinq" were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />Affidavits of Pub1 ication and Posting or "luotTce <br />Pursuant to said kotice, Public Hearing was held on the matter. <br />objections to the proposed amendment from the floor, and no written objections had <br />been presented prior to the Hearing. Bank offered the following Ordinance, moving <br />that Council dispense with second reading and adopt Ordinance as submitted: <br />There were no <br />. <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-38 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDIIvG THE ZONIKG ORDINANCE OF <br />EDIlIA AS TO CONDITIONS OF ISSUANCE OF ADDITIONAL <br />BUILDING PERMITS <br />THE VILLAGE COUiiCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA ORDAINS: <br />No. 261 of the Village, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows: <br />Section 1. Paragraph 3 of Section 3 (Open Development District) of Ordinance <br />"3. One Dwelling- per Lot; VIaiver~of Lot Requirements. When land has been <br />Dlatted or subdivided and the plat is recorded, no more than one dwelling may be <br />erected or altered on any lot, and such lot must conform to the requirements for <br />platting or subdividing set forth herein; <br />Provided, that if it is proposed to erect a single family dwelling on a lot <br />which does not conform to such requirements, and it would work an unreasonable <br />hardship on the wmer to obtain additional property in order that his property <br />will meet such requirements, the Council may nevertheless permit the erection or <br />alteration and use of a-single family dwelling on such lot; and <br />Provided further, that if the limitation herein of one dwelling on each <br />platted lot would cause unnecessary hardship, and waiver of such limitation would <br />not in the opinion of the Council interfere with the purpose of the platting regula- <br />tions of this' ordinance,'the CouncilL may by res6lGtion wa%ve Eompliance'wifh <br />platting regulations and with this section, and permit the erection of two single- <br />family dwellings on a platted lot, without replat or subdivision thereof into two <br />lots, if the platted lot is divided into not more than two equal parts by a legal <br />description in the form "the (West) half of Lot (12)" or "the (North 100) feet of <br />Lot (6)", and each part complies with all other requirements of this ordinance, <br />and if the application is further accompanied by the consent of the planning <br />commission thereto." <br />its passage and publication according to law. <br />I <br />*_ <br />Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after