<br />Mr. Bredesen added he believes these
<br />Trustee VanValkenburg asked if there
<br />are of the best.
<br />people are honest and their
<br />is anything the Village can
<br />orderly development, and Attorney Whitlock answered that an agreement
<br />intentions 7 3 c do to assure
<br />could be
<br />entered into between the Viblage and the developers, Mr. Hite reported that the
<br />proposal made by Dietrich-Francis--which is quite comprehensive--sets forth much
<br />that has been discussed and could be used as the basis for such an agreement.
<br />public water,
<br />company will take water from Edina if EdSna will bring it to the area.
<br />Insofar as the'possible downgrading of the development is concerned, Mr.
<br />Dietrich reported that the best defense against fhis is that' downgrading would
<br />hurt the developers more than anyone else,
<br />be done as one complete package, and that they couldn't downgrade the development
<br />even if they wanted to.
<br />Mr. Hite suggested that one way of securing orderly development would be to
<br />rezone the first area, in the Northeast corner of the tract R-3, and then rezone
<br />the other areas from time to time as development becomes imminent. Mr. Dietrich
<br />objected to this solution, saying this would subject developers to the whims of
<br />future governing bodies.
<br />imperative .that developers know what they can do with entire t-ract,
<br />dispense with second reading thereof and adopt Ordinance as submitted, 7- but that
<br />publication of Ordinance be delayed pending execution -7 of an agreement between
<br />developers - axvillage stzing that developers will build no more than 220 units
<br />on this tract (BLocks 20,and 21, Emma Abbott Park), and that building will be
<br />essentially according to plan submitted to and approved by Edina Planning Commission:
<br />Mr. VanValkenburg inquired of Mr, Dietrich as to how he expects to secure
<br />He answered that the simplest way is from St.Louis Park, but that
<br />He added that their mortgaging will
<br />Mr, Leonard Parker, Architect, said he feels it is
<br />VanValkenburg then submitted the following Ordinance, moving that Council
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-82
<br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 261
<br />(ZONING ORDINANCE) OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA
<br />ESTABLISHING ADDITIONAL R-4 MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT
<br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS:
<br />Paragraph 1, Multiple Residence District Boundaries, of
<br />Section 4 (Multiple Residence District) of Ordinance No. 261 of revised ordinances
<br />of the Village of Edina, is hereby amended by adding the following sub-paragraph:
<br />Section 1.
<br />District R- 4 :
<br />"(5) St.Pau1 and Suburban Railroad Right-of-Way,"
<br />after its passage and publication according to law.
<br />VanValkenburg's motion for waiver of second reading, adoption of Ordinance as
<br />submit.ted, and delay of publication thereof pending agreement, was seconded by
<br />Tupa, and on Rollcall there were five ayes and no nays, as follows:
<br />Rixe, aye; Tupa, aye;.VanValkenburg, aye; and Br
<br />Blocks 20 and 21, Emma Abbott Park,.!and part of Vacated Minneapolis,
<br />Section 2, This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and
<br />MacMillan, aye; , aye; and the Ordinance was
<br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PETITION OF MR. H.M. SCHOENLNG. 5700 SO. BLAKE RD. FOR REZONING
<br />TO. R-2 PIULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT, CONTINUED TO -APRIL 20. Mayor Bredesen told
<br />Council and audience that he had received word 1 that several of- the immediate
<br />neighbors had received no notice from the Village office of the Public Hearing to be
<br />held this evening on the petition of Mr, H.M. Schoening, 5700 So, Blake Rd. for the
<br />Rezoning of the 11So,152 Ft. of Tract A, Registered Land Survey No. 345" to R-2
<br />Multiple Residence District.
<br />in order that proper notice might be sent.
<br />present for this evening's Hearing, and VanValkenburg so moved.
<br />Tupa and unanimously carried,
<br />He suggested that Hearing be continued to April 20,
<br />There was no objection from the people
<br />Motion seconded by
<br />"THAT PART OF E1/4 OF SW1/4 OF SE1/4 OF SEC.8,TWP.l16,R,21 LYING SO. OF STATE HWY.#5"
<br />REZONED FROM llCOMMERCIAL1l DISTRICT TO "PLANNED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT" .
<br />was called on the proposed for rezoning the above described tract from Commercial
<br />Public Hearing
<br />District to Planned Industrial District, pursuant to Notice of Public Hearing published
<br />in Edina-Morningside Courier March 19 and 26, 1964, posted on Village Bulletin Boards
<br />on March 13, and mailed to owners of affected properties. 'Reviewing this for the
<br />Council, Mr, Hite reported that this property was rezoned from Open Development to
<br />Commercial District in 1960 because Commercial District was the only zoning we had
<br />at that time applicable to the type of land use desired by Western Meats; that the
<br />Village now has adopted the Planned Industrial District zoning, and it is felt that
<br />this is a better land use for this area; that this zoning change is being proposed
<br />by Village. He added that some outside storage is the only thing which the land is
<br />now being used for which is not permitted under the new regulation. Asked if this
<br />will affect the land south of No, 5 and North of Bloomington, Mr. Hite replied that