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$6 6 / 28/6 1 <br />VILLAGE COUNCIL,. HELD MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1961, AT <br />7100 PJf.., AT TEE EbINA VILLAGE HA3tf, <br />MINUTES OF THE REZULAR BEETING OF THE EPINA <br />Rollcall was answered by Beim, Dickson, Tupa, VanValkenburg and Bredesen, <br />MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of June 12, 1961, were approved as submitted, by <br />motion Beim, seconded by VanValkenburg and carried. <br />5' <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON SPECIAL ASSESSMENT' FOR STREE!? 'T&R&VEBEN'I?%O. * 5-37' CONTINUED <br />TO JULY 24. Explaining that the spring work load has precluded the repair of <br />this street (W,62nd St. from IJyman Ave. to Hansen Road) as requested by property <br />owners; that said work will be done this nex t week, Mayor Bredesen announced <br />that Public Hearing on Assessment, continued to this evening, will be further <br />continued to July 24, for completion of repair. <br />CONI!ILTJYITY DEVELOPMENT DATA MAPS PRESENTED TO VILLAGE BY MINNEAPOLIS GAS COMPANY. <br />Mr. R. 57. Person of Minneapolis Gas Company presented to the Village a "Land <br />Development Map", which consists of a basic map of the Village, with overlays <br />showing zoning, parks, trunk utility services, and the gas utility. He told <br />Council that the Gas Company has prepared such a map for each of the suburban <br />communities; that, working with village officials, the Gas Company expects to <br />bring its own maps up to date every six months, adding all new subdivisions. <br />Gift accepted with appreciation of Council, by Mayor Bredesen. <br />~ .W%..:+ I+,%j-., " -lcb ;!: "3 ;i; ~. , %: ;;"-.-:..t- q-,ym -,-*c4L_y=a=V -.- *- *-- ' ah <br />I <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS. <br />cation of "Notice of Hearings", published in Edina-Morningside Courier on June 15 <br />and 22, 1961, and of mailing of said notices to awners of affected properties. <br />Affidavits approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />notices the following Public Hearings were conducted, and action was taken as <br />hereinafter recorded: <br />1. PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED STORM SEWERS FOR THE LABUENA VISTA-THE <br />HEIGHTS AREA. <br />Street Surfacing for this area had been the subject of a rather lengthy meeting <br />held last Tuesday at Cahill Church by the neighborhood improvement association, <br />at which Village personnel had explained the construction proposed. Vu-Graph <br />Slide was shown,eutlining both construction proposed and the area proposed to <br />be assessed therefor. Manager Hyde told the group present that the Estimated <br />Cost, given at the neighborhood meeting, of 3?5$ per square foot, is now reduced, <br />after bids t%en today, to 3$ per square foot. The only objection offered was <br />that of Mr.. E.C. Stow, developer of Brookview Heights 4th Addition, who stated <br />he has been informed by his own engineers that a storm sewer to drain this <br />development can be constructed for $1,500; that, before the Village cut 17.67th <br />street through €or purpose of installing a sanitary trunk sewer the drainage <br />from the south and west drained down FJ.68th Street, fio the Creek, and north- <br />easterly, through the property to the north of his development, again to the <br />Creek, He told Council he believes his property should be assessed only the <br />$1,500 but that he is willing to stretch a point and accept an assessment of <br />$100 per 1ot.for the 23 lots in hisplat. Brookview Heights 4th Addition is <br />proposed to be assessed some $6,600; the west lots to be assessed for their <br />entire lot area, and the lots backing to the creek to be assessed for only <br />the front part of the lots, which drains to Cahill Road. <br />Ganz pointed out that Brookview Heights 4th Addition would have a very serious <br />drainage problem if the Village had not designed a storm sewer &o drain the <br />entire area; and several persons in the audience objected to Mr. Stow's <br />arguments, one stating Mr. Stow is aware that the property he owns is high <br />and dry and needs no storm sewer--that if properties contributing stormwater - <br />drains must be assessed. <br />adoption : t <br />Clerk presented Affidavits of Publi- <br />Pursuant to said <br />llanager Hyde told Council that the matter of Storm Sewers and <br />Public Works Director <br />- must be assessed, then, surely, properties over which stormwater naturally <br />Beim offered the following Resolution and moved its <br />RESOLUTION ORDERING IMPROVEMENT <br />STORM SEVER IMPROVEMENT NO. 60 <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, that.this <br />Council heretofore caused notices of hearing to be duly published on the follow- <br />ing proposed improvement ; <br />CONSTRUCTION OF VILLAGE STORM SENER AND APPURTENANCES IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Starting on Brook Drive where it crosses Nine-Mile Creek and extending westerly <br />Starting on Brook Drive and extending southerly on Limerick Lane to T.J.70th St,; <br />Starting at Cahill Rd. and extending westerly on W.70th St. to Antrim Rd.; <br />Starting at V.70th St. and extending northerly on Tracy Ave. to W.68th St,; <br />Starting at Tracy Ave. and extending westerly and northerly on McGuire Rd. to <br />W.69th St.; thence turning westerly on IJ.69th St. to Antrim Rd.; turning <br />northerly on Antrim Rd, to Valley View Rd.; thence turning westerly on <br />Valley View Rd. to a point 425 feet west of Antrim Rd.; <br />west line of Lot 8, Block 4, Chapel Hill to intercept the existing storm sewer. <br />on Brook Drive to Hillside Lane.; <br />Starting at Antrim Rd. and Chapel Dr. and running west on Chapel Dr. to the