<br />Section 2. Paragraph 1, Boundaries of Office Building District, of
<br />Section 10 (Office Building District) of Ordinance No. 261 of revised ordinances ) 5 of the Village of Edina, as amended, is hereby further amended by adding after
<br />sub-paragraph (9) of said Paragraph 1, the following:
<br />"(h) Tracts C, D, E, F and G, all in accordance with the Preliminary
<br />Plan entitled "Preliminary Plan for Bertelson and Rauenhorstfl
<br />and dated January, 1964, on file in office of Edina Village Clerk."
<br />Section 3. Parsgraph 2, Boundaries of Planned Industrial District, of
<br />Section 11, (Planned Industrial District) of Ordinance No, 261 of revised
<br />ordinances of the Village of Edina, as amended, is hereby further amended by
<br />adding after sub-paragraph (f) of said Paragraph 2, the following subparagraph: , "(9) Tracts, H. I. J, K, L, $1, N, P, Q, R, S, T and U, all .in accordance
<br />with the Preliminary Plan entitled "Preliminary Plan for Bertelson and
<br />Rauenhorst" and dated January, 1964, on file in office of Edina Village
<br />Clerk. l1
<br />Section 4. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and
<br />after its passage and publication according to law.
<br />Motion for waiver of second reading and for adoption of Ordinance as submitted
<br />was seconded by MacMillan, and on Rollcall there were five ayes and no nays, as
<br />and the Resolution was adopted,
<br />PERMISSION GRANTED SFOR EDINA-MORNINGSIDE HIGH SCHOOL BANNER OVER Wm50TH STREET.
<br />One of the members of the High School Student Council appeared before the Council
<br />to request permission for installation of a banner over M.50th Street in the.
<br />France-50th St. business district.
<br />Council, with promise of help in installation by Fire Department if needed.
<br />for STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT MARCH 19, 20 AND 21.
<br />Permission enthusiastically granted by
<br />PROPOSED -REZONING OF PART OF NELSON FARM MEETS WITH OPPOSITION; HEARING CONTINUED
<br />FOR TWO WEEKS FOR FIELD INSPECTION BY COUNCIL AND PLANNING COMMISSION. Clerk
<br />presented Affidavits of Publication, Posting and Mailing of "Notice of Public '
<br />Hearing on Petition for Rezoning-Portion of Nelson Farm", which affidavits were
<br />approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Pursuant to due. notice given,
<br />Public Hearing was called on the petition of Metro-U.S. Construction Company
<br />for the rezoning of certain portions of the Nelson Farm (lying West of Highway
<br />100 and South of W.74th Street) to R-4 MULTIPLE .RESIDENCE DISTRICT, OFFICE BUILDING
<br />DISTRICT, AND PLANNED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT, the tracts petitioned for rezoning
<br />being described in detail in the
<br />published notice being in Edina-Morningside Courier March 5 and 12, 1964.
<br />overlays, Planning Director Hite explained to Council and audience the present
<br />zoning on Nelson Farm, the present zoning of the surrounding area, and the
<br />proposed zoning on Nelson Farm as compared with present zoning.
<br />also showed road plan.
<br />were reviewed.
<br />be expected to happen to the property to the North, if this proposed rezoning is
<br />approved; that it is only fair to say that the same kind of zoning (being Office
<br />Building, Multiple Residence, and Planned Industrial) could be expected as far
<br />North as Nine-Mile Creek.
<br />happen, but is a reasonable extension of this present proposal,
<br />directly adjacent to Nelson Farm on the North, complained that the road'plan as
<br />now shown shows no 'lW.74th Street"; that what the developers of the Nelson Farm
<br />are doing is to so plat their streets as to give completely inadequate.access to
<br />his clients property, thus causing "diminution of property". is '
<br />proposed Zoning of the property and not the road pattern. He added as a matter of
<br />information that the "Ring 40 acres" about which Mr. Sachs has been speaking has
<br />not had access to Highway LOO prior to this time, and that it has been the general
<br />policy of the Village that where joint land owners cannot get together on joint
<br />access, the plat with some access is accepted.
<br />the Ring interests are not interested in paying at this time for development of
<br />joint access from Highway #loo.
<br />share of whatever "W.74th Street" costs; that he will be glad to put this into
<br />south is not expected to be the only access to the property--but that any other
<br />access to Highway 100 must come through a parcel between Ring's 40 acres and the
<br />published and posted Notice of Hearing--
<br />With the help of a number of visual aids-half sections, vu-graph'slides and
<br />Visual aids
<br />Planning Commission Recommendations favorable to the petitioned reqoning
<br />Mr. Hite reported that some preliminary studies have been madeas to what might
<br />He added this is not a definition of what would actually
<br />Mr. Louds Sachs, an attorney representing owners of the central property
<br />Village Manager Hyde reminded Mr. Sachs that this Public Hearing/on the
<br />Mr. Hyde stated he understands
<br />Mr. Sachs replied his clients will pay their
<br />Mr, Hite reported the proposed access to the Ring property from the