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311917 3 67 <br />mercial property benefited by the special intersection construction and extra <br />width of Nest Frontage Road sir0Uld be $91.64 per 1000 assessable square feet for <br />Edina Place, Inc., property and $45.82 per 1000 assessable square feet for <br />other oommercgal property. A letter vas noted from Mr. Albert J. Ehlen, owner <br />of the Post Office property objecting to the special assessment of his property <br />for this improvement inasmuch as his- lease with the Post Office calls for his <br />reimbursement for real estate taxes but no special assessments. Nr. Mac Craw- <br />ford,representing the DuPont Company at 5251 W. 74th St., protested that his <br />company would not benefit from the improvement since it has other access to <br />the property. Nessrs. Gary Eckhardt, 5028 17. 70th Street and V7. H. Nelson, <br />5020 17. 70th Street objected to the proposal on the basis of additional noise <br />which t70uld be caused by the traffic on the ramp. In response to their <br />questions as to 17hy the road would be constructed on the Best side of the <br />Edina Evangelical Free Church , Mr. tlilliam Crawford of the State Highway Depart- <br />ment, said that this was necessary because of the required distance of 300 feet <br />from the ramp to allow for discharge of traffic between two signalized inter- <br />changes. <br />meeting that traffic would be kept off of 8. 70th Street. Mr. Hyde esplained <br />'the history of the area, noting that the location of the.Frontage Road had been <br />moved to the IJest of the church because of Federal Highway Administration rules. <br />It was recalled that the interchange had been decided upon some time ago and <br />that the issue now is 11. 70th Street. Mr. Carlyle Jacobson, owner of property <br />at 5404-5406 17. 70th Street , ~7as told that his assessment would, be. $12.00 per <br />front foot. An unidentified lady in the audience questioned the installation <br />of sidewalks along.17. 70th Street. Nr. Hyde replied that sidewalks are being <br />.encouraged along State Aid streets on the right-of-way and not on private pro- <br />perty. Discussion ensued as to which side of the street the sidewalk should <br />be constructed. Flr. Dunn said that he F70Uld meet with neighbors and discuss <br />this matter. Nr. Hyde assured property ovmers that as the property is developed <br />on the Best side of Cahill Road, the industrial traffic will be separated from <br />W. 70th Street .by a cul-de-sac. Councilman Johnson's motion authorizing the <br />improvement was then seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried. <br />tion Ordering Improvement later in $EnUtes .) <br />B. CONSTRUCTION OF PEFWNENT STREET SURFACING IN THE FOLLOV7IiW (A-172) <br />Advising that this improvement has been brought to hearing as a result of a <br />petition, Nr. Hyde presented total estimated construction cost at $9,571.07, <br />proposed to be assessed,against 688.79 estimated assessable feet at an esti- <br />mated cost of $13,90 pey assessable foot. No objections being heard, Council- <br />man Courtney's motion was seconded by Councilman Shaw and carried for approval <br />of the project. <br />C. CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT STREET SUWACIhG RND CONCFSTE CURB AND GUTTER <br />I <br />Mr. Eclchardt objected that he had been told at a previous Council <br />(See Resolu- <br />Nest 62nd Street from Concord Ave. to St. John's Ave. <br />(See Resolution Ordering Improvement later in 3linutes.) <br />IN THE FQLL(X;IING (BA-192): <br />All streets in ~"arlwood Knolls 17th Addition <br />(Fjeld Bayen from Londonderry Road Westerly 725' 2 <br />Dovre Drive from Londonderry Road Westerly to Biscayne Blvd. <br />Biscayne Blvd. from Londonderry Road to Dovre Drive) <br />Mr. Hyde, advising that improvement of the above named streets is being proposed <br />at the request of the developer, presented total estimated project cost at <br />$55,819.25, proposed to be assessed against an estimated 4,186.18 assessable <br />feet at an estimated cost of $13.33 per foot. <br />had been received prior thereto. <br />by Councilman Shaw and carried authorizing the improvement. <br />Ordering Improvement later in Ninutes . ) <br />D. CONSTRUCTION OF PEISIANENT STREET SURFACING AID CONCmTE CUP33 AND GUTTER <br />No objections were heard and none <br />Councilman Johnson's motion was then seconded <br />(See Resolution <br />IN THE POLLOIJIIilG : <br />Tupa Drive in Scott Berg Addition <br />Ilr. Hyde, advising that this improvement has come to hearing as the result of <br />a petition, presented total estimated project cost at $4,806.90, proposed to be <br />assessed against four assessable lots at an estimated cost of $1,201.73 per <br />assessable lot. Iilo objections being heard, Councilman Johnson's motion was <br />seconded by Councilman Shaw and carried, authorizing the improvement. (See <br />Resolution Ordering Improvement later in Ninutes.) <br />E. CONSTRUCTIOPJ OF PEPJNENT STREET SURFACIITY; fiND CONCEETE CUI33 AND GUTTER IN <br />Tm FOLLOUING: (BA-194) <br />Glacier Place from Gleason Road t7esterly to cul-de-sac <br />Advising that this improvement was brought to hearing on petition, llr. Hyde <br />presented total estimated project cost at $13,706.53, proposed to be assessed <br />against 744.82 estimated assessable feet at an estimated cost of $18.40 per <br />foot. No objections being heard, Councilman Johnson's motion authorizing the <br />improvement 17iLh the recommendation that the assessment be on a per lot basis <br />was then seconded by Councilman Shaw and carried. <br />offered the follot~ing resolution and moved its adoption: <br />(BA- 19 3) <br />Councilman Johnson thereupon