1888-1989 Archive Minutes
Minutes 1958 - 1974
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7/19/65 <br />replied that a "left-hand exit" design had also been considered but that it was not <br />considered to be feasible. <br />explained left-hand exit and entrance ramps. <br />stated that 18 out of the 33 states that used these ramps stated that they caused reduction <br />of speed and an increase in accidents. <br />design because it is not considered safe. <br />interchange had been approved at Benton Ave. six or seven years ago and that now it is <br />simply a matter of determining the design. <br />stated that Melody Lake must be considered as a natural resource' which needs protection <br />and that he believes the diamond shape access should be adequate. <br />Mr. Braun to obtain information concerning the springs in the lake. Mr. 3. S. LaSalle, <br />5037 Normandale Court, stated that he felt it most necessary to get maffic out and <br />along Highway 100 in order to protect children and to serve the need of the residents. <br />He felt that a service road and minimum crossover should be adequate. ilr* Tew stated <br />that residents would like to hire their own engineer to see what suggestions he would <br />make. Mayor Bredesen stated that any engineer retained must be licensed, experienced <br />and qualified. VanValkenburg's motion that the Hearing be continued until August 16, <br />in order to allow residents to retain their own engineer, was seconded by 24acMillan and <br />unanimously carried. <br />and stated that he would check with the Department of Conservation concerning springs <br />in the lake. Rke and ,unanimously carried, <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-113 ADOPTED AFTER SECOND EADING. <br />No. 261-113 for second reading. <br />follows : <br />James A. Kurpius of the Minnesota State Highway Department <br />He quoted from a 1963 research report and <br />He stated that California no longer uses this <br />Manager Hyde reminded the audience that an <br />Mr. Dean Carlson, 5821 East View Drive, <br />He also requested <br />I <br />Mr. Braun offered the services of the State Highway Department <br />r!otion to continue hearing to August 16 was moved by Tupa, seconded by <br />Manager Hyde presented Ordinance <br />VanValkenburg moved the adoption of the Ordinance as <br />ORDINANCE NO, 261-113 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZOqING ORDINANCE OF <br />EDINA BY CHANGING THE LOT AREA REQUIREMENTS*IN THE <br />*" R-2 MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT <br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Paragraph 3 of Section 4 (Elultiple Residence District) of Ordinance <br />No. 261 of the Village, as amended, is hereby further amended by changing the basic <br />required lot area for the R-2 residential district set forth in subparagraph (a) to <br />read as follows: "1 <br />Min. Lot Area Per Min. Total Lot <br />Dwelling Unit Area <br />9,000 square feet 1-112 times the average <br />platted lot size within <br />500 feet, but in no case <br />less than 18,000 square <br />District . R-2 . <br />feet <br />Sec, 2. <br />"There shall be provided on the .site occupied by the multiple residence dwelling <br />The first sentence of paragraph 7 of Section 4 of said ordinance is <br />hereby amended to read as follows: <br />at least one completely enclosed parking space and one-half enclosed OF exposed parking <br />space'for each dwelling unit in the multiple residence dwelling, except that in the <br />R-2 District there shall be provided two completely enclosed parking spaces per unit." <br />Sec. 3. <br />publication. <br />This ordinance shall be in effect immediately upon its passage and <br />VanValkenburg's motion was seconded by Rixe an <br />Ordinance was adopted. <br />ATTEST : <br />1 all voted .aye and the <br />9 Village Clerk <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-114 ADOPTED AFTER SECOND READING. <br />No, 261-114 for second reading. <br />as follows: <br />Manager Hyde presented Ordinance <br />VanValkenburg then moved the adoption of the Ordinance <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-114 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF EDINA . BY ADDING BUILDING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS <br />FOR THE COMMERCIAL AND LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS <br />~ THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINAy MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: * <br />Section 1. The Zoning Ordinance (No. 261) ofthe Village, as amended, is hereby <br />further amended by adding to Section 11 (Commercial District) thereof the following <br />paragraph : <br />ordinance and.any other ordinance of the Village, any building or structure within the <br />Commercial District shall meet the following standards: <br />ltU. Building Design and Construction. In addition to other restrictions of this
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