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182 I 7/1/74 <br />road would be needed for a collector road if Carl Hansen is to continue to develop <br />his property. <br />abuts the park and reminded Council that on June 3, 1974, 87% of the home owners had <br />'indicated that they would not want the road through the park. Councilman Johnson <br />then moved, based on the attorney's opinion, that Alternative 1, the construction <br />of a road connectink Nalnut Drive and Londonderry Road, be tabled. Motion was <br />seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt and on rollcall there were five ayes and no nays <br />and the motion carried. Mr. Hyde then recalled that the Park Board and the Envir- <br />onmental Quality Commission had both recommended against Alternative 5 under which <br />the City would build a road across existing park land to-connect Londonderry Drive <br />with Gleason Road. <br />Johnson that Alternative 5 of Issue Area 2 be tabled for.furbher study. <br />call there were five ayes and no nays and the motion carried. <br />Mr. William D. Stickel, 5900 Tamarac Lane, said that his property <br />Councilman Courtney's motion was then seconded by Councilman <br />On roll- <br />Council's attention <br />was thenhcalled to a letter signed by the owners of seven properties requesting <br />placement of STOP signs at the intersection of Continental Drive and Stauder <br />Circle and at the blind corner across from 6508 Stauder Circle. <br />son, 5700 View Lane, requested specific action for Issue Area 2. He said that <br />it would soon be three years since neighbors presented their petition for traffic <br />relief and that before long there would be 4,500 trips per day at the intersection <br />of View Lane and Schaefer Road. <br />Road and South Knoll Drive which were supposed to permit right turns only going <br />South on Schaefer Road had been improperly placed so that drivers could go around <br />the blockade. <br />to obtain sufficient information on traffic patterns. <br />graph, Dr. Pearson made the following suggestions: <br />1. <br />Dr. Lloyd Pear- <br />He objected that the trial blockade at Schaefer <br />He also contended that the blockades were not left up long enough <br />With the aid of the view- <br />Installation of the blockade at Londonderry Road and Stauder Circle should <br />be on the East side of the intersection to permit the park but <br />prevent access to the East. <br />be moved to the middle of the block of Schaefer Road between South Knoll <br />Drive and Stauder Circle. <br />2. Installation of the blockade at Schaefer Road and South Knoll Drive should <br />3, Reinstall the blockade at South Knoll Drive.and View Lane. <br />Following considerable discussion, Councilman Courtney amended his motion to the <br />effect that the suggestions of.Dr. Pearson also be referred to the Traffic Safety <br />Committee and that Mr. Wolsfeldwork with the Committee. The motion also called <br />for continuing the matter to July 15, 1974. Councilman Courtney's amended motion <br />was seconded by Councilman Johnson and on rollcall there were five ayes and no <br />nays and the motion carried. Mr. Wolsfeld suggested that the blockades-be set <br />up one at a time to obtain the effect of each indicidual blockade. Mr. Erickson <br />said that he would have an opinion before the next Traffic Safety Committee Meet- <br />ing as to the legality of closing the streets. <br />STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENT ST.S-139 APPROVED..'Mr. Dunn recalled that at the meeting <br />of June 3, 1974, Storm Sewer Improvement ST.S-139 proposed to be constructed in <br />Gleason Road from Dewey Hill Road to approximately 900 feet South of the South <br />line of Hyde Park Drive had been continued to work out details with the developers <br />of gyde Park 2nd Addition. <br />ized 'as yet but recommended approval in view of the fact that no objections were <br />heard at this meeting. <br />tion and moved its adoption: <br />He said that the details had not been completely final- <br />Councilman Johnson thereupon offered the following resolu- . <br />RESOLUTION ORDERING STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENT ST .S-139 -s <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of-Edina, Minnesota, that this Council <br />heretofore caused notice of hearing to be duly published and mailed to owners of <br />each parcel within the area proposed to be assessed on the following proposed <br />improvement : <br />1. CONSTRUCTION OF CITY STORM SEWER IMPROVEMEXt NO. ST.S-139 IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />-Gleason Road from Dewey Hill Road to approximately 900 feet South of the. <br />South line of Hyde ParkDrive B and at the hearin8 held at the time and place specified in said notice, the <br />Council.has duly considered the iiiews of all persons interested, and being fully <br />advised of the pertinent facts does hereby determine to proceed with the constrac- <br />tion..of said improvement as described in Notice of Public Hearing and including <br />all proceedings which may be necessary in eminent domain for the acquisition of <br />necessary easements and rights for construction and maintenance of such improve- <br />ment; that said improvement is hereby designated and shall be referred to in all <br />subsequent proceedings as STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENT NO..ST,Stl39; and the area to <br />be specially assessed therefor shall include all lots and tracts of land within <br />the-following described boundaries: <br />Outlot s'D'l Hyde Park Addition; thence Sly and SEly along the 3?est line of <br />Gleason Road to the most Nly corner of Outlot ''C" Hyde Park Addition; thence SWly <br />Commencing at the Northeast corner of