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286 1/20/64 <br />By means of a Vu-Graph Slide, Wr. Hite <br />for rezoning, in relation to zoning of <br />the balance of this block is zones, for { <br />explained the lot under consideration <br />surrounding properties, reporting that <br />single-family dwellings . i-k. Fred <br />( Katter , representing petitioner, presented to the Council copies of petition <br />for rezoning, in which were contained some special reasons which in the opinion <br />of petitioner are cause for Council to rezone; namely, 1. This is the only lot <br />between France and Xerxes Avenue along the Crosstown which has a predominance <br />of frontage on the service road: and 2. Because of its predominant frontage on <br />the service road rather than on Beard Place, cost of utilities extension etc. <br />has made the lot too expensive on which to build a single family dwelling. <br />Xr. Cornelius, 6225 Chowen Ave,, presented a petition in objection to the <br />petitioned rezoning, signed by owners of some nineteen residences in the <br />immediate area, objection being on grounds that - 1. entire area is presently <br />zoned for single family residences, and present residents understood it would <br />remain so: 2. Area of lot is absolutely minimal for double bungalow: 3.A <br />double bungalow would not only detract from appearance of area but could <br />result in reduction in property values, <br />and VanValkenburg moved that petition be denied, in accordance with Planning <br />Commission's recommendation. <br />I Some discussion was had by the Council, <br />1-lotion seconded by Rixe and carried. <br />COUNCIL CliAIiGES NAME OF THAT PORTION OF ltW. 67TH STFGET" LYING BETilEEN LINERICK <br />LATE AHD CAHILL ROAD TO IICAHILL LANEt1. <br />of Name of that portion of 1111.67th Street'l lying between Limerick Lane and <br />Public Hearing on Petition for Change <br />Cahill Road to %.66-1/2 Street" (continued by Council from January 6) was <br />next held. <br />objection had been registered by the sole resident of the street to the <br />91.66-1/2 Street" name, and after the name "Lori Lane", objector's preference, <br />had been rejected because of its similarity to "Laurel Avenue" and "Laura <br />Avenue". <br />the street Is' *one resident, who felt that "Blarney Lane" would be satisfactory <br />and,appropriate, inasmuch as the street is in the midst of Irish street names. <br />Some discussion was had, and VanValkenburg offered an amendment to Ordinance <br />No. 164, renaming the street to Blarney Lane. <br />was seconded by Mact.Iillan; an4 on Rollcall there were three ayes, as follows: <br />I,iaclrlillan, Rixe and VanValkenburg; and two nays, being Tupa and Bredesen; and <br />the amendment was lost on a three-two vote. <br />Ordinance and moved its adoption: <br />Hearing had been continued for a search for a new name, after <br />ijanager Hyde reported he had discussed names with Hrs. Kirkendall, <br />Motion for adoption of Ordinance <br />Tupa then offered the following <br />ORDINANCE NO. 164-25 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING VILLAGE OF EDIXA ORDINAVCE <br />CERTAIN ROADS, STREETS AND AVENUES OF THE VILLAGE <br />NO. 164 ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE NAMING AND RENAI4ING <br />OF EDINA <br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, 1.3I"ESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Ordinance No. 164 of the Village, as amended, is hereby further <br />amended by adding after Section 40 the following: <br />"Section 41. That portion of W.67th Street lying between Limerick Lane <br />and Cahill Road, as the same is of record in the office of the Register of <br />Deeds of Hennepin County, is hereby renamed "CAHILL LANE". <br />Section 2. This Ordinance shall be in effect from and after its passage <br />and publication. <br />Notion for adoption of the Ordinance was seconded by VanValkenburg, and on <br />Rollcall there were five ayes and no nays, as Macl4illan, aye; Rixe , <br />aye; Tupa, aye; VanValkenburg, aye; and Brede e; and the Resolution was <br />adopted. <br />s : <br />Village Clerk <br />COUNCIL AWARDS COXTRACT FOR TWO SNOW PLOW BLADES TO HAYDEN-HURPHY C0;IPANY SUBJECT <br />TO DELIVERY BY FEBRUARY 10. <br />in response to advertisements in Edina-Morningside Courier and Construction Bulletin <br />for tku Snow Plow Blades: <br />Little Falls 14achine Shop, second-low, at $1,160.00; and Public Works Equipment <br />Co., Inc., high bidder at $1,179.00. <br />delivery by February 10, whereas both other bidders can deliver immediately, bir. <br />Hyde recommended award to low bidder, subject to delivery on or before February 10, <br />with the understanding that if delivery cannot be made by that date Hayden-Xurghy <br />will forfeit bid deposit and bid will then be awarded to second-low bidder, <br />Little Falls Machine Shop. <br />made in accordance with talanager s recommendation, was seconded by i.laci4illan and <br />carried. <br />Manager Hyde reported receipt of three bids today, <br />Hayden-Murphy Equipment Co., low bidder, at $1,150.00; <br />Reporting that Hayden-blurphy has guaranteed <br />VanValkenburg's motion, that award of contract be <br />COUXCIL RE;IJEWS CONTRACT WITH SUBURBAN HEIWEPIN COUNTY RELIEF BOARD FOR 1964.0 <br />Discussion was had by Council pursuant to request by Suburb- Hennepin County