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10/5/70 <br />I <br />the first of said installments, together with interest at the rate of 5% per <br />annum on the entire assessment from the date hereof to December 31, 1971, to <br />be payable with the general taxes for ,the year 1970. <br />4. Street Oiling for 1970 will be payable with the taxes foz the year 1970, <br />collectible in 1971, with interest on the entire assessment at the rate of <br />5% per annum. <br />5. <br />Auditor a copy of this resolution and a certified duplicate of said assessments, <br />with each then unpaid installment and interest set forth separately, to be <br />extended.on the tax lists of the County in accordance with this resolution. <br />6. The Clerk shall also mail notice of any special assessments which may be <br />payable by a county, by a political subdivision or by the owner of any right of <br />way, as required by Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.061, Subdivision 4 and if <br />any sich assessment is not paid in a single installment, the Village Treasurer <br />shall arrange for collection thereof in installments, as set forth in said 9 <br />section. * <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman VanVallcenburg <br />and on rollcall there were four ayes and no nays and the resolution was adopted. <br />ROBERT CUNNINGHAM REQUEST FOR R-2 ZONING GRANTED FIRST READING. <br />potice were presented by Clerk, approved as 'to form and ordered placed on-file. <br />Mr, Hoisington presented the request of Mr. Robert Cunningham for R-2 zoning <br />at '5405 Hansen Road, <br />approval in light of its surroundings, because of the manner in which the dwell- <br />ing has been built and because the lot is of legal size for R-2 zoning. <br />objections were heard, whereupon Councilman VanValkenburg offered Ordinance No. <br />261-212 for First-Reading as follows: <br />The Village Clerk shall forthwith prepare and transmit to the County <br />Affidavits of <br />He advised that Planning Commission had recommended <br />No <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-292 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDIhG ORDINANCE NO. 261 <br />(ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA) <br />ESTABLISHING AN ADDITIONAL R-2 <br />MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT <br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Paragraph 1. Elultiple*Residence District Boundaries of <br />Section 4 (Multiple Residence District of Ordinance No. 261 of revised ordi- <br />nances of the Village of Edina is hereby amended-by adding the following sub- <br />paragraph : <br />District R-2 <br />"(57) <br />Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and <br />Lot 1, Block 1, Jones Parkf1 <br />after its passage and publication according to law. <br />IJESTERN EDINA PLAN AMENDED. P.C.H. ZONING GRANTED FIRST READING AND WALNUT <br />RiWE 111 ADDLTION GRANTED PRELIMINARY APPROVAL. Mr. Hoisington advised Council <br />that Planning Commission had held a formal hearing on the Nestern Edina Plan <br />Amendment on September 23, 1970, which amendment provided for changing the low <br />density attached housing buffer zone to open space between the single family <br />development West of IJalnut Drive and the medium density residential develop- <br />ment on the West side of the P.C.H. property. <br />Commission had recommended approval of the amendment. <br />Councilman VanValkenburg, public hearings were held simultaneously on the <br />Preliminary Plat for Walnut Ridge I11 Addition and for the zoning request of <br />P.C.H. for R-4 Multiple Residence District zoning forb Valnut Ridge 111 Addition. <br />Affidavits-of Notice for the zoning matter and for the preliminary plat hear-- <br />ing were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />Mr. Hoisington reviewed plans of P.C.H. which provide for a cluster of eight <br />R-4 structures (320 units) on the Southern portion of the property near Vernon <br />Avenue, leaving the Northern portion as undeveloped open space. <br />to leave Outlots A and B with R-1 zoning with R-4 zoning on Outlot C. <br />Hoisington added that the Planning Commission had recommended approval of the <br />plat as well as the R-4 zoning, with the provision that a deed restriction be <br />imposed, limiting the number of units to 320 on Outlot C and also that Outlots <br />A and B be dedicated to.the Village as part of the plat approval. <br />ington said that plans had not been finalized as yet so that the distance. <br />between the R-1 residential area and the apartment buildings had not been <br />determined. Nr. David Brown, 6008 Walnut Drive, protested the zoning, stating <br />that he thought that he had bought property in an R-1 area and that R-4 zoning <br />was most inappropriate. <br />residents must be satisfied with the plan inasmuch as Mr. Brown was the only <br />person offering a protest, Mr. Brown said that residents felt that Coundil <br />would only "rubber stqnp" the recommendations of the Planning Commission. <br />Councilman Johnson said that he did not understand how Nr. Brown could come to <br />He stated that the Planning <br />As recommended by <br />It is proposed <br />Mr. <br />Mr. Hois- <br />In reply to a statement of Councilman Johnson that