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IfJXUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VII@GE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />. ~ MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16,.1970 <br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Couttney, Shaw, 3nd:VanValkenburg <br />$35; sesed' as.'Mayor Pro Tem in the absence of Mayor Bredesen. :'. <br />MINUTES of October 19, 1970, were approved bs coyrected relative to the Halla <br />zoning request. <br />an error in the minutes as pertains to the request for R-5 zoning of the Halla <br />property. <br />request for R-5 zoning of the Halla property and referring the matter to the <br />Traffic Safety Committee for their study and recommendation as to a reason- <br />able allowable density for the property in question, was seconded by Council- <br />man Courtney and carried, alo,ng with the suggestion that the Hallas also study <br />their proposal in view of the fact that there appears to be a feeling that the <br />density as proposed is too great.$' <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-215 (NO. 811-2 AFTER 1970 CODIFICATION) GRANTED FIRST READ- - ING. Affidavits of Notice were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and <br />ordered placed on file, Mr. West presented the request of Mr. E. G. Thernell <br />for R-2 zoning for Lot 1, Block 1, Killarney Shores Addition, noting that pkior <br />R-2 zoning had been withheld tint51 it could be determined how much land would <br />be needed for the intersection,of Gleason Road and Vernon Avenue. <br />advised that Planning Comission now recommends approval and no objections be- <br />ing heard, Councilman Courtney offered Ordinance No. 261-215 (No, 811-2 after <br />1970 Codification) for First Reading as follows: <br />Councilman Johnson, who arrived later in the meeting, noted <br />The motion should read that "Councilman Johnson's motion denying the <br />Being <br />ORDINANCE NO , * 26 1-2 15 <br />(NO. 811-2 AFTER 1970 CODIFICATION) <br />(NO. 811 AFTER 1970 CODIFICATION) <br />ESTABLISHING AN ADDITIONAL R-2 <br />AN ORDINANCE &ENDING ORDINANCE NO. 261 <br />MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT <br />THE VILUGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Sectidn 1. Paragraph 1. Multiple Residence District Boundaries of <br />Section 4 (Multiple Residence District of Ordinance 261 (No. 811 after 1970 <br />codification) of revised ordinances of the Village of Edina is hereby amended <br />by adding the followingsubparagraph: <br />- District R-2 <br />. "(58) Lot 1, BIock 1, Killarney-Shores Addition" <br />Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and <br />after its passage and publication' according to law. <br />K&DWAY~%ASEHERT :IN- OU~ZOTS .. 2 LAND.iT: ZEVANNS '"ADDI~r(Sf? 'VACAqEO-@FEZCTIVE * NO-mSBER <br />3(r, 21970 .' AEf idaviksqf :N6Ci&&i@erE 'prese'rlt~diiby~C~~~k~.~app'liQ~e~,'as.- to &nn *and <br />osderedkplac&d'on file. Mr. Hyde advised Council that Dayton Development has <br />requested vacation of an easement located along the Crosstown Highway between <br />Beard and Chowen Avenues, noting that the County Highway Department are object- <br />ing to the vacation and that the Minneapolis Gas Company also has an easement <br />in the property, Mr. Donald Lawler, Chief Right of Ray Agent for Hennepin <br />County, noting that in 1957 the land in question was conveyed to the Village <br />with a condition sabsequent in the deed, and later conveyed this same land to <br />Hennepin County. <br />to Edina expired by its own terms when an easement was granted to Hennepin <br />County and that the Edina Village Council has no authority to act on the matter. <br />Mr. John Frykman, prospective buyer of the'property, replied to a petition bear- <br />ing the names of owners of thirteen neighboring properties, stating that the <br />drainage problem suggested would be no problem if the property is properly <br />graded as he proposed. <br />to build the house he wants on the property. (Mr. Johnson entered the meeting . <br />at this time.) Mr. John G. Cornelius, 6225 Chowen Ave., objected to the ease- ' <br />ment vacation, pointing out the fact that the Village has been called on several <br />occasions to pump water which has run onto adjacent lots when the low spot on <br />this property had been filled up. <br />be made for surface water drainage if this lot is filled in. Mayor Pro Tem <br />VanValkenburg said that ownership of the property is a private matter that does <br />not involve the Council. <br />offered the following resolution and moved its adoption, setting November 30, <br />1970, as effective date of the vacation so that the Village Attorney and Eng- <br />ineering Department would have an opportunity to check into the matter and so <br />that the Gas Company could obtain its easement: <br />He added that it is the Gas Company's position that the deed <br />He also indicated that he would seek a setback variance <br />I He said that some provision would have to <br />Following considerable discussion, Councilman Shaw <br />RESOLUTION VACATING ROADWAY EASEMENT IN <br />EVANS ADDITION <br />WHEREAS, two weeks' published, posted and mailed notice of a hearing to be