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2/7/72 <br />accept fee in lieu of park land. Mrs. Fred W. Cary, 6824 Gleason Road, <br />questioned Mr. Frank Cardarelle who represented the developer as to how the <br />plat would affect her property. She expressed satisfaction with his reply. <br />No further comments were heard, whereupon Councilman Courtney offered the <br />following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION APPROVING PRELIllINARY PLAT OF <br />BRAEMAR HILLS 6TH ADDITION <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, that <br />that certain plat entitled "Braemar Hills 6th Addition",,platted by R. H.T. <br />Investment Company, a Minnesota corporation, and presented at the meeting of <br />the Village Council on February 7, 1972, be and is hereby granted preliminary <br />plat approval; and <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Village accept fee in lieu of park land. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman Shaw and on <br />rollcall there were three ayes and no nays and the resolution was adopted. <br />RENNEY ADDITION PRELIMINARY PLAT CONTINUED TO MARCH 6 , 1972 Affidavits of <br />Notice were presented by Clerk, to form and ordered placed on file. <br />Mr. Luce presented Kenney Addition for preliminary plat approval as recommended <br />by the Planning Commission, noting that this eight lot plat is located South <br />of 11. 66th Street and Nest of T.H. 100. <br />in the'plat to provice access to adjacent undeveloped property. <br />Davis, attorney representing property owners in the area, presented a petition <br />in opposition to the plat and noted that a number of neighbors were present to <br />protest the plat as presented. Objections were on the grounds of concern over <br />the preservation of the pond and wodds, and because neighbors wanted a more <br />comprehensive plan developed for the entire area at the same time.. llr. Davis <br />requested that the matter be postponed for one month to permit neighbors to <br />meet with the Planner and developers to work out an over-all plan. Mention <br />was made of action taken in 1965 to remove a deed restriction limiting one <br />house to a lot. It was brought out that action on this matter is still pend- <br />ing. Mr. Erickson said that the Village is not bound by private^ restrictions. <br />Mr. Hyde recalled that several attempts have been made in the past to bring a <br />sewer line into the area but that neighbors could not reach agreement in the <br />matter. <br />could not,be fdrced to plat their land at any particular time, but that neces- <br />sary provisions would have to be made so that the property would not be land <br />locked. Councilman Shaw's motion was then seconded by Councilman Courtney and <br />carried that the hearing be continued-to March 6, 1972, so that neighbors could <br />meet with the Planner and with the dev-eloper, and further that discussion should <br />be limited to the Kenney Addition. <br />He explained that a road is included <br />Mr. Harry C. <br />It was noted also that owners of the adjacent undeveloped property <br />LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4 AND 5, BLOCK 1, CAROLANE ADDITION, PRELIlIINARY PLAT APPROVAL <br />CONTINUED TO MARCH 6, 1972. ,Affidavits.of Notice were presented by Clerk, <br />approved as to form and ordered placed on file. llr. Luce presented the pro- <br />posal of the developer to increase to six, rather than five, the number of <br />lots on Lee Valley Circle. <br />smaller than lots to the South, but generally <br />the area and that the platting would not affect the existing houses. <br />Vernon A, Knutson, 7017 Lee Valley Circle, said that the four neighbors he <br />had talked to had told llr. Oertel that they would not be in favor of the pro- <br />posal. <br />five lots. Nr. Oertel said that he thought he could reach agreement with the <br />neighbors. Mayor Pro Tem Johnson said that Council could take no action unless <br />neighbors agreed to removal of the deed restriction. <br />motion was then seconded by Councilman Shaw and carried that the matter be <br />continued to March 6, 1972, to see of the developer and neighbors could reach <br />agreement. <br />NORMANDAI3 LUTHERANCH CHURCH ADDITION GRANTED PRELIEIINARY AND FINAL APPROVAL. <br />Affidavits of Notice were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered <br />placed on file., Mr. Luce advised Council that this property is being platted <br />merely to consolidate the legal description of Normandale Lutheran Church, <br />whereupon Councilman Shaw offered the following resolution and moved its adopt- <br />ion: <br />Mr. Luce advised that the size of the lots is <br />Mr. <br />consistent with other lots in <br />He advised that there is a deed restriction limiting the property to <br />Councilman Courtney's <br />RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL AND PRELIMINARY PLAT OF <br />NOFWANDU LUTHERAN I CHURCH ADDITION <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, <br />that that certain plat entitled "Normandale Lutheran Church Additiolif platted <br />by Normandale Evangelical Lutheran Church of Edina, a Ninnesota Religious <br />Corporation, owners and proprietors, and First Federal Savings and Loan <br />Association of >Enneapolis, a United States of America Corporation, >Iortgagees, <br />and presented at the meeting of the Edina Vil3gge Council.of February 7, 1972,