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MINUTES OF THE REGULAK MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY CO3NCIL HELD'AT CITY HALL ON <br />JUNE 2, 1975 <br />Answering rollcall were members Courtney, Richards, Shaw, Schmidt and Hayor Van <br />Valkenburg. <br />MINUTES of May 5, 1975; were approved as submitted by motion of Councilinan Shat7, <br />seconded by Councilman Courtpey and carried. <br />COMNJNITY SERVICE AWARD PRESENTED TO CITY MANAGER. <br />ted City Manaer Kvde OR his receipt of the Optimists' Community Service Award. <br />Mayor Van Valkenburg congratula- <br />- <br />GREG LUCE NAMED VICE PRESIDEST OF MINNESOTA PLANNERS' ASSOCIATION. <br />. burg congratulated Mr. Luce upon being elected Vice President of the Minnesota Plan- <br />Mayor Van Valken- I <br />ners Association. <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS CONDUCTED ON PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. Affidavits of Notice were pre- <br />sented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Pursuant to dbe not- <br />co 0 t30 a2 W W <br />__ <br />ice given, public hearings were conducted and action taken as hereinafter set forth: <br />A. CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER IMPROVENENT NO. P-B-86 IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Oaklawn Ave. from W. 59th Street to W. 60th Street <br />Mr. Hyde presented total estimated construction cost at $15,029.57, proposed to be <br />assessed against 1256.96 assessable feet at an estimated cost of $11.96 per foot. <br />Dunn recalled that this improvement had been brought to hearing as a result of a <br />petitiozz for curb and gutter, with the petitioners not realizing that the necessary <br />street overlay would increase the project cost by approximately one-third. <br />Howard B. Christenson, 5928 Oaklawn Ave., circulator of the petition, requested that <br />the City pay a portion of the improvement, inasmuch as the street is quite heavily <br />traveled. by other city residents. Mr. Christenson was advised that the City will <br />pay its share for the portion of the street abutting the park, but that all street <br />improvements are assessed against abutting propertkes. <br />street is not in need of surfacing at this time unless the curb and gutter are <br />Couacilman Shaw and carried. <br />Mr. <br />Mr. <br />Mr. Dunn advised that the <br />* installed. Councilman Courtney's motion to abandon the project was seconded by <br />B. CONSTRUCTION OF WATERMAIN IMPROVEMENT NO. P-h91-294 IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Doncaster Way from Croyden Lane to Ayrshire Blvd. <br />Mr. Hyde presented total estiinated cqnstruction cost at $16,340.41, proposed to be <br />assessed agaipst five assessable lots at an estimated cost of $3,268.08 per lot, and <br />advised that it is proposed to install the pipe along the East side of: the strset or <br />in the bculevard in order to save the street. A gentleman in the audience said that <br />he had signed the petigion only as a request for an estimate of cost and that all <br />resSdents hzd not received notice of the hearing. He requested that the matter be <br />conthued so that the property owners could discuss the matter between themselves. <br />Councilman Courtney's motion continEing the hearing to July 7, 1975, was seconded <br />by Councilman Shaw and carried. <br />C. CONSTRUCTION OF PERKANENT STmET SURFACING AND CONCRETE CURE AND GUTTER IMPROVE- ." <br />MEN" NO. P-BA-202 IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Grove Street from Johnson Drive to Tracy Avenue <br />Mr. Hyde presented total estimated construction cost at $14,215.61, proposed to be <br />assessed against 770.00 feet at an estimated cost of $18.46 per assessable foot. <br />Mr. David J. Ruebelbeck, 5613 Grove Street, circulator of the'petition requesting the <br />improvement, was told that the improvement wcluld hold water in the street and drain <br />away fro% yards. No further objections were heard. <br />D. CONSTRUCTION OF ORNAMENTAL STWET LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT P-L-11 IN THE FOLLOWING: . <br />W. 56th Street and Oaklawn Avenue <br />Mr. Hyde presented estimated construction cost at $1,187.20, proposed to be assessed <br />against four lots at $296.80 per lot, and advised that a petition had been presented <br />for the improvement. <br />later in Minutes..) <br />No objections were heard. (See Resolution Ordering Improvement <br />E. CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE SIDZWALK IIlPROVEIENT NO. P-S-13 IN THE FOLLCWING: <br />Both sides Hazeltbn Road I'rom France Avenue to Ycrk Avenue <br />Mr. Hyde presented total estimated construction cost at $37,379.29, proposed to be <br />assessed against 3,796.90 assessable feet at an estiaated cost of $9.84 per foot. <br />Mr. Joe, representing Target, objected that the sidewalk would not be of any <br />benefit to his company and that the walk wzs certainly not needed on both sides of <br />BazeLton Road. Mr. Dunn explained that the sidewalk is being proposed so that senior <br />citizens in the highrise apartment could walk to stores in the area and thatLthe wdk <br />in considered necessary on both sides of the street.. No further cominents were heard. <br />(See Resolution Ordering Improvement later in Mhutes,) <br />F. :CONSTRUCTION OF SICEI;IALY, IM-PRO~MENT NO. p-s-11 IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />North side of W. 70th Street from Cornelia Driye Easterly to Valley View R03d <br />Mr. Hyde presented total estimated construction cost at $12,351.33, advising that <br />it is proposed that State Aid pay 100% of the project cost. <br />was called to a letter from Dr. Peter S. Gregus, 4200 W. 70th Street, who said <br />Council's attention