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6/5/72 <br />TJ declared lost. Mr. Malcolm Gettleman of Edina West (G.G.C..Company) <br />said that his property is presently under construction and that it is expected <br />to have models open in the development by this coming fall. He urged that the <br />watermain and sanitary sewer be approved at this time. <br />motion for approval of the project was then seconded by Councilman Courtney <br />and carried. (See Resolution Ordering Improvemerh later in Minutes.) <br />B. CONSTRUCTION OF WATERMAIN IMPROVEMEXI NO. P-17M-278 IN THE F0LLOI;IING: <br />Councilman Shaw's <br />' Outlot C, Walnut Ridge 3rd Addition from Vernon Avenue to a point on the <br />West line of Outlot C which is approximately 468' f South of the North- <br />west corner of Outlot C. (ViewCon Apartment Site) <br />Mr. Hyde presented total estimated construction cost at $28,452.44, proposed <br />to be assessed against one lot at an estimated cost of $88.91 for 320 units. <br />No objections being heard, Councilman Johnson's motion authorizing the jmprove- <br />ment was seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried. <br />ing Improvement later in Minutes.) <br />C. <br />(See Resolution Dfder- <br />CONSTRUCTION OF SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENT NO. P-SS-306 IN T'HE FOLLOrJING : <br />Walnut Drive from Aspen Road to easement line between Lots 7 & 8, <br />Easement line in Outlots B & C, Walnut Ridge 3rd Addition from easement <br />Block 3, Walnut Ridge 1st Addition <br />line between Lots 7 & 8, Block 3, t.Jalnut Ridge 1st Addition South to <br />South side of Vernon Avenue <br />Vernon Avenue from easement line Southwesterly 606' 2 /, <br />Easement line in Outlot C, Walnut Ridge 3rd Addition <br />Parcels 81400 and #1600, Section 31, Township 117, Range 21 <br />Mr. Hyde presented estimated project cost at $115,420.18, noting that it is <br />proposed to divide the project into a Sub-Trunk District and into a Lateral <br />Area. <br />assessable square foot for 3,138,239 assessable square feet. Estimated cost <br />for the Lateral Area was given at $0.03677865 per assessable square foot for <br />673,600 assessable square feet. Mr. Hyde pointed out that the area proposed <br />to be improved by this sanitary sewer includes all of the undeveloped property <br />in the Northeast quadrant of Vernon Avenue and the Crosstown Highway and that' <br />there are no proposed assessments against presently platted and developed lots. <br />He added that the trunk would serve as a lateral sanitary sewer for pro- <br />perties which front directly on it. Mr. Robert Hanson who owns property in <br />the South end of the project was told by Mr. Dunn that property that faces the <br />Crosstown Highway would be served by a lateral sanitary sewer that would come <br />over to join Vernon Avenue. Mr. Hyde Added that Mr. Hanson would be assessed <br />for the Sub-Trunk at this time and as he develops his land, the lateral would <br />be brought in at an additional charge. <br />ment would be made against Walnut Drive properties since they are already <br />served by sanitary sewer. <br />sewer was then seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried. <br />Ordering Improvement later in Minutes.) <br />D. CONSTRUCTION OF STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENT NO. P-ST.S.-133 IN THE FOLLOVING: <br />Mr.' Hyde presented total estimated construction cost of $292,241.15 of which <br />$202,515.38 is the estimated trunk cost which is proposed to be assessed over <br />the kntire district at an estimated rate of $103.11 per one thousand s'quare'. <br />feet of property and $89,725.77 is the estimated lateral cost which is <br />proposed to be assessed against Outlot C, Walnut Ridge Third Addition. <br />$0.14879895 was the estimated cost per square foot given for the lateral <br />area. <br />because of poor soil conditions in the area. Mrs. Carolyn Dencker, 6104 <br />Arctic Nay, urged that Arctic Way properties be excluded from the storm sewer <br />district. She stated that the only people who are benefiting from the storm <br />sewer are the people who are building the multiple dwellings in the low area. <br />Mrs. Dencker presented a list of questions to the Council. She questioned the <br />legality of assessing Viking Hills properties, inasmuch as the developers <br />have already paid for a storm sewer in the area. Mr. Dunn replied tfiat the <br />storm sewer in this area was installed by the developer at his own expense <br />and had never been assessed against the properties. Mr. Hyde recalled that <br />the existing storm sewer system was only proposedhto serve the lots that <br />drained into the system which had been built by the developer and was not <br />intended to take care of the problem under discussion at this hearing. <br />advised that the topographic maps which are on file at the Village show that <br />the back portion of Mrs. Dencker's lot drains to the drainage district. Mr. <br />Dunn replied to Mrs. Dencker's allegation that Mr. Hyde had told her that her <br />property would never again be assessed for another storm sewer. He said that <br />he had listened to the tape of the Planning Commission Meeting of April 5, 1972, <br />pertaining to Edina Westland and tb t Mr. Hyde had' said that there would be no <br />charges against any other properties, other than the developers, unless there <br />Estimated cost for the Sub-Trunk District was given at $0.02888437 per <br />Mr. Shaw was assured that no assess- <br />Councilman Johnson's motion approving the sanitary <br />(See Resolution <br />Outlot C, Walnut Ridge 3rd Addition - thru easements <br />Mr. Dunn advised that the cost of the storm sewer is relatively high <br />He <br />were benefits to those properties. .In reply to a request of the Mayor and Mr.