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MINUTES <br /> OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br /> EDINA CITY COUNCIL <br /> HELD AT CITY HALL <br /> APRIL 17, 2007 <br /> 7:00 P.M. <br /> ROLLCALL Answering rollcall were Members Bennett, Housh, Masica, Swenson and Mayor <br /> Hovland. <br /> VIRGINIA TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, AND STAFF AND HUMAN <br /> RIGHTS AND RELATIONS COMMISSIONER MICHAEL STOLEE REMEMBERED <br /> Mayor Hovland observed a moment of silence in memory of those persons killed in the <br /> Virginia Technical University and to honor Michael Stolee, an Edina Human Rights and <br /> Relations Commissioner who recently passed away. <br /> CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS APPROVED Motion made by Member Masica and <br /> seconded by Member Swenson approving the Council Consent Agenda as presented. <br /> Rollcall: <br /> Ayes: Bennett, Housh, Masica,Swenson, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> *MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF APRIL 3, 2007, AND WORK SESSION OF <br /> APRIL 3, 2007, APPROVED Motion made by Member Masica and seconded by Member <br /> Swenson approving as presented the Minutes of the Edina City Council Regular Meeting <br /> of April,3,2007, and Work Session of April 3, 2007. <br /> Motion carried on rollcall vote -five ayes. <br /> *ADOPTED RESOLUTION NO. 2007-50 AMENDING ALTERNATIVE URBAN <br /> AREAWIDE REVIEW (AUAR) - PENTAGON OFFICE PARK Motion made by Member <br /> Masica and seconded by Member Swenson adopting Resolution No. 2007-50 amending the <br /> Alternative Urban Areawide Review (AUAR) for the Pentagon Office Park Project. <br /> Motion carried on rollcall vote -five ayes. <br /> PUBLIC COMMENT- No one appeared to comment. <br /> ORDINANCE NO. 2007-06 ADOPTED ESTABLISHING A MORATORIUM ON <br /> DEMOLITION OF HOMES BUILT PREVIOUS TO 1951 IN THE HISTORIC COUNTRY <br /> CLUB DISTRICT Planning Director Teague reviewed proposed Ordinance No. 2007-06 <br /> establishing a moratorium on demolition of homes built previous to 1951 in the Historic <br /> Country Club District. He noted the proposed ordinance arose from a recommendation of <br /> the Heritage Preservation Board and the joint work of the Board with the City Council. The <br /> moratorium would allow the Board to complete an evaluation of the Country Club District <br /> and to consider changes in the City's official controls necessary to preserve the historic <br /> integrity of the District. <br /> The Council discussed the proposed moratorium with staff clarifying an ending date, and the <br /> work to be completed during the moratorium. Member Masica made a motion to grant first <br /> Page 1 <br />