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1/4/60 <br />MINUTES OP THE YOINT MEETTNG OF T(HE: <br />'THE: HOPKTMS CIYY COUNCIL <br />HELD AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL ON <br />EmA VILLAGE COUNCIL Am <br />MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1960, AT 4:30 P.M. <br />I <br />I <br />Meeting convened at Edina Village Hall at 4:30 P.M., Monday, January 4, 1960, with <br />all council members' of both communities present, together with Managers, Engineers, <br />and Administrative Assistants. Mr. Allen Locke of Edina acted as Clerk. <br />BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT DISCUSSED. Considerable discussion was had with regard <br />to adjustment of the North Edina-South Hopkins boundary line, in connection with <br />a possible future road to be built and maintained jointly by the two communities; <br />and it was informally agreed by the two Councils that the border line should be <br />adjusted to the following: <br />1. FROM THE CENTERLINE OF JEFFERSON AVENUE TO THE CENTERLINE OF MONROE &ENUE-- <br />"A line 30 feet north of and parallel to the north line of Lots 2 and 25. Blocks <br />5 and 6, West Minneapolis Heights" <br />"the centerline of the proposed Second Street South" <br />or <br />2. ALONG THE CENTERLINE OF MONROE AVENUE-- <br />"A line from a point 30 Ft. north of the north line of Blocks 4 and 5, West <br />Minneapolis Heights to a point 30 Ft. south of the south line of Blocks 33 and <br />34, West Minneapolis Center". s. <br />3. FROM THE CENTERLINE OF MONROE AVENUE TO mE CENTERLINE OF HARRISON AVENUE-- <br />. West Minneapolis Center" <br />"A line 30 Ft. south of and parallel to the south line of Blocks 34, 35 and 36, <br />or <br />"the centerline of the proposed Second Street South". <br />4. ALONG THE CENTERLINE OF HARRISON AVENUE-- <br />"A line from a point 30 Ft. south of the south line of Blocks 36 and 37, West <br />Minneapolis Center to a point 30 Ft. north of the north line of Lots 2 and 25, <br />Blocks 1 and 2, West Minneapolis Heights. <br />5; FROM.THE CENTERLINE OF HARRISON AVENUE TO THF: CENTERLINE OF TYLER AVENUE-- <br />"Along a line 30 Ft. north of and parallel to the north lines of Lots 2 and 25, <br />Block 1, Nest Minneapolis Heights". <br />6. ALONG THE CENTERLINE OF TYLER AVENUE-- <br />"A line from a point 30 Ft. north of the north line of Lot 2, Block 1, West <br />Minneapolis Heights, extended to a point 30 Ft. north of the north line of Lot 1, <br />Block 1, Mendelssohn." <br />7. FROM THE CENTERLINE OF TYLER AVENUE TO THE CENTERLINE OF INTERLACHEN ROAD-- <br />"Along a line 30 Ft. north of and parallel to the north line of Blocks 1,2,3,4,5, <br />6 and 7, Mendelssohn." <br />STORM' Sm?ER PROBLEMS. <br />desire to go ahead with it at an early date, was discussed; the size of the sever <br />depending on Edina's desire (or lack thereof) to share in the cost of installation <br />with Hopkins and the County. Edina Engineer Zikan was directed to revise cost <br />figures to include only the "Trunkt1 portion of the storm sewer, and to present <br />same to the Edina Village Council the last meeting in January, in order that <br />Council may call public hearing if they think advisable. <br />The matter of the proposed County Road 418 Storm Sewer, and the County's <br />A lateral to serve the Edina area (Griffit to John, North of Maloney) was <br />discussed, with view of sending drainage into the Hopkins storm sewer a't about <br />Ashley Ave. Hopkins informed Edina that such a plan will depend on passage, this <br />spring, of a Hopkins bond issue for storm sewers; that, should such bond issue be <br />passed, Hopkins will be agreeable to increasing capacity of its proposed storm <br />sewer (in return for payment by Edina of fair share of cost) to take this <br />drainage. <br />Discussion was also had with regard to another lateral--at Harrison and the <br />boundary, to serve the Edina park. It was noted that if the County Road 818 <br />storm sewer is approved by Edina, only a lateral will be necessary; that, if <br />this sewer is not approved, Hopkins' storm sewer capacity is important. Hopkins <br />stated they believed their capacity would be sufficient for this lateral.
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