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an sa. <br />261 11/13/61 <br />Manager Hyde reported that he will be absent from the Village for the next . <br />Council Meeting. % <br />CLAIMS PAID: Tupa's motion for payment of the following Claims, as per Pre-List <br />dated November 13, was seconded by VanValkenburg and carried: <br />$10,972.68; Construction Fund, $1,923.72; Park, Park Construction and Swimming <br />Pool, $9,429.57; Water Fund, $724.80; Liquor Fund, $95,362.06; Sewer Rental Fund, <br />$970.42; Improvement Funds, $705,115.17; Poor Fund and P.I.R. Fund, $517.45-- <br />Tota1,$825,015.87. <br />General Fund, <br />The agenda's having been covered, Dickson moved for adjournment. <br />by VanValkenburg and carried. <br />Motion seconded <br />Adjournmemat 9:30 P.M. <br />/ Village Clegk <br />MINUTES OF TEJE REGULARMEETING OF THE EDINA <br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1961, <br />AT 7:OO P.M., AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL <br />Members answering Rollcall were Beim, Dickson, Tupa and VanValkenburg. Mayor <br />Pro Tem Dickson presided in Mayor Bredesen's absence, and Captain Gans substituted <br />for Manager Hyde . <br />MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of November 13, 1961, were approved as submitted, <br />by motion Tupa, seconded by Beim and carried. <br />RECOGNITION GIVEN TO FIREMEN FOR COMPLETION OF MINNESOTA STATE FIRE SCHOOL COURSE. <br />On behalf of the Council, Mayor Pro Tem Dickson congratulated Firemen William Feck <br />and William Hansen on their completion of the Minnesota State Fire School Course <br />given this year. <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ASSESSMENT FOR OILING OF INDIAN HILLS ROAD FROM COUNTY <br />ROAD NO. 18 TO INDIAN HILLS SUBDIVISION, AND OF ARROWHEAD PASS. <br />Affidavit of Publication of Notice of Hearing, and reported the mailing of a copy <br />of said notice to each affected property owner. Pursuant to said Notice, Mayor <br />Pro Tern Diclcson called Public Bearing on this proposed assessment. At the laBt <br />meeting, some of the property owners had objected being assessed on a "Per-Lot" <br />basis, when they had assumed assessment would be on a staaight per-front-foot <br />basis. Village Attorney Maynard Hasselquist, speaking as one of the affected <br />owners, suggested that the Council levy the assessment on a straight per-front- <br />foot basis, as requested by Messrs. Halla, Nelson and Haas at the last meeting, <br />with Eetitioners-fo2- imp'rovement- to work BGt their '$n _arrangemen*rs. at a later <br />tiine. Mr. Nelson suggested that it might be more equitable to assess on a <br />"per-owner9' basis. <br />Clerk presented <br />-f. <br />Beim offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION AMENDING PROPOSED ASSESSMENT FOR OILING, <br />AND ADOPTING SAID AMENDED ASSESSMENT <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Vil.lage Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, as follows: <br />1. It is hereby found, determined and declared that the proposed assessments <br />for Oiling of Indian Hills Road from County Road No. 18 to Indian Hills Subdivision, <br />and of Arrowhead Pass, have been calculated in accordance with the provisions of <br />Minnesota Statutes Sections 429.051 and 429.061; that notice has been duly published, <br />as required by law, that this Council would meet to hear and pass upon all objections, <br />if any, to amend said proposed assessments as might be necessary, and to adopt the <br />same by resolution; that said proposed assessments have at all times since their <br />filing been open for public inspection, and opportunity has been given to all <br />interested persons to present their objections; that said assessment is hereby <br />corrected and amended in such manner that it shall be levied against all footage <br />abutting said Indian Hills Road from County Road No. 18 to Indian Hills Subdivision <br />in an amount per abutting foot.equa1 to the total cost of said improvement divided <br />by the total abutting footage; and that each of the lots, pieces and parcels of land <br />enumerated in the foregoing amended assessment was and is specially benefited by the <br />construction of the improvement for which such amended assessment is levied in the <br />amount set opposite the description of each such lot, piece and parcel of land, <br />respectively. <br />2. The amounts so set out are hereby levied against the respective lots, <br />pieces and parcels of land described in said amended respective assessments ,. and <br />said proposed assessments are hereby adopted as the proper special assessments for <br />said improvement. The assessment against each lot, tract or parcel, together with <br />the interest accruing on the full amount thereof from time to time unpaid, at the <br />rate of five percent per annum from the date of this resolution, shall be a lien <br />concurrent with general taxes upon the property described therein and all thereof. <br />The total amount of each such assessment shall be payable in one installment, <br />together with interest on the entire assessment from the date hereof to December 31, <br />1962, to be payable with general taxes for the year 1961, collectible in 1962.