<br />ORDIlliQ+!CE AS TO SIDE YARD REJUIREi.iEi,TS /
<br />THE CCUIXIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDIMA, MIM:ESOTk, ORDAIElS :
<br />Section 1. Sub-subparagraph (1) of Subparagraph (b) of Paragraph 9 of Section
<br />3 (Open Development District) of Ordinance Eo. 261 (Zoning Ordinance) of the Village
<br />of Edina, as hereby amended, is further amended to read as folloltrs:
<br />"(b) Side Yard, Interior.
<br />(1) Uhenever the average height of a building at the side building line is
<br />15 feet or under, the side yard shall have a minimum depth of 10 feet, but on that
<br />side of a building no part of which is designed for human occupation (as an attached
<br />garage), the side yard may be 5 feet provided that no eave projects within 48 inches
<br />of the property line,
<br />ship at the time the zoning and platting ordinances were adopted where the owner
<br />ovmed the adjoining land, uhose width at the building line is less than 75 feet,
<br />the side yard not adjacent to a garage may be reduced to 10 per cent of the width
<br />of the lot at the building line, but in no case to less than 5 feet."
<br />and publication,
<br />In the case of platted lots, or lots of record in one ovner- I
<br />Section 2. This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its adoption
<br />$/lotion €or waiver of second reading and adoption of Ordinance as submitted, was seconded by Beim; and on Rollcall there were five ayes and no nays, as follorvs: Beim, aye; Dickson, aye; Kohler, aye; Tupa, aye; and Bredesen, aye; and the Ordinance
<br />was adopted.
<br />Hay or Village Clerk
<br />PUBLIC HENUKG O:! PROPOSED SANITARY SEVER TO SERVE NO. 5129 MIRROR LAKES DFUE.
<br />Affidavit of Publication of "Hotice of Hearing", in Edina-Morningside Courier on
<br />January 29 and February 5, 1959, was submitted, approved as to form and ordered
<br />placed on file.
<br />$6,437.09 for sumner work, for $1,609.27 per Lot; $7,037.60 for winter work, for
<br />$1,759.40 per lot. Ur. R. A. Kempf, whose emergency petition had initiated this
<br />Hearing, asked for continuation of hearing to February 9.
<br />of the cost this improvement would impose on his neighbors, he is investigating
<br />with a plumbing firm for some other solution to his cesspool problems; that he
<br />should have a report before the next meeting.
<br />Drive, led the delegation opposing, stating he feels that owners of the other
<br />three lots proposed to be assessed cannot afford to spend the money for sewer
<br />at this time, even though they sympathize kholeheartedly with Lii. Cempf's
<br />problem. Gr, Kempf explained that his cesspool is some 50 feet deep; that local
<br />scavengers have no equipment to pump this deep; that he is now forced to empty
<br />dishwater outside.
<br />possibility of connecting to the Trunk Sewer through an easement.
<br />also.asked delegation to decide, now, as to whether or not they nil1 want sewer,
<br />in order that stract can bz repaired. Kohler's motion that Hearing be continued
<br />to next meeting ctas seconded by Eeim and carried.,
<br />Llanager Hyde read Engineer Zikan's Estimate of Cost, in amount of
<br />He stated that because
<br />hlr, Frank Hunt, 5132 Mirror Lakes
<br />Yanager Hyde suggested that Kl. Kempf investigate the
<br />SYII.XIKG PCOL FEES ESTADLISMED FOE YEAR 1959.
<br />recommendation that Svrirr=iling Pool Fees €or this summer be established at the
<br />Jr. season ticket; 5.75-single gate admission.
<br />too much to charg2 for single admission; that it may wsr!c. to the advantage of Edina
<br />residents, as most single admission tickets last year were to out-of-tocners.
<br />French stated he believes this raise will cut single adrnissions by about half.
<br />Ibhler's notion, that Par!c Board's recommendations be accepted and that fees be
<br />established in accord r:iith them, vas seconded by Dickson and carried.
<br />IJr. French reported the Par!: Board' s
<br />$lO.OO-family season ticket j $4.00-individual season ticket; $5.OO-L!orningside
<br />Some discussion v;as had on the matter, the Council agreeing that 5.75 is not
<br />SYXIX1I:G PCOL COl!CESSI@;! TO E% VILL:AGE-OPERI:TED. Xr French asked, on behalf of the
<br />Park Beard, that the pool concession be Village-operated this year.
<br />this vrtuld mean purchase of additional equipment--a soft ice cream machine, and a
<br />soft drink machine, the last of v:hich is not provided for in the bJdget. He said
<br />it is the Eoard's opinion that a much better job can be done than YJas done last
<br />year by the concessionnaire; that it is his own opinion that more money can be
<br />made for the Village this way; that, if the weather is a% all good, same 31,500
<br />to $2,500 should be made between Eemorial Day and Labor Day. (Some $400 was village
<br />share of profit during 1958).
<br />last year, in getting concessionnaire employees to do the right kind of joh.
<br />line xith this, suggestion v!as made that Village employees be made public relations
<br />not interfere with the problems heretofore discussed regarding Park 3aintenance.
<br />Kohler then moved that Council authorize Park Board to run pool concession for 1959.
<br />?Sotion seconded by Dickson and carried.
<br />He stated that
<br />1.k. French reported that there was much difficulty,
<br />Trustee Tupa asked, too, that Board make sure that this operation does