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MINUTES <br /> OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br /> EDINA CITY COUNCIL <br /> HELD AT CITY HALL <br /> MARCH 21,2006 <br /> 7:00 P.M. <br /> ROLLCALL Answering rollcall were Members Housh Hulbert Masica Swenson and Mayor <br /> Hovland. <br /> CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS APPROVED Motion made by Member Housh and seconded by <br /> Member Hulbert approving the Council Consent Agenda as presented. <br /> Rollcall: <br /> Ayes: Housh, Hulbert, Masica,Swenson, Hovland <br /> Motion carried. <br /> *MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING OF MARCH 6 2006 APPROVED Member Housh made a <br /> motion, seconded by Member Hulbert, approving the Minutes of the Special Meeting of the Edina <br /> City Council for March 6,2006,as presented. <br /> Motion carried on rollcall vote-five ayes. <br /> BOY SCOUT TROOP #123 WELCOMED Mayor Hovland welcomed Boy Scout Troop #123 from <br /> Shepherd of the Hills Church who were working on their Communications Badge with their leader, <br /> Laurie Anderson. <br /> RESOLUTION NO. 2006-35 APPROVED FOR ROADWAY IMPROVEMENT PROTECT NO. BA- <br /> 332 - CRESTON HILLS NEIGHBORHOOD Affidavits of Notice were presented, approved and <br /> ordered placed on file. <br /> Presentation by Assistant City Engineer <br /> Assistant Engineer Lillehaug explained the location of the Creston Hills neighborhood Improvement <br /> Project, BA-332. He said the project area was bounded by West Shore Drive on the west, 70th Street on <br /> the south and Cornelia Drive on the east as well as Lake Cornelia and consists of Laguna Drive, <br /> Balfanz Road, Creston Road, Wooddale Avenue, Judson Lane, Point Drive, Oaklawn Avenue and <br /> Dunberry Lane. He indicated the project was initiated by staff as part of the City's street <br /> reconstruction program and Capital Improvement Program to update aging infrastructure and <br /> address several issues including drainage problems, sanitary sewer problems and water main and <br /> service improvements. Mr. Lillehaug said staff proposed a construction start in spring 2006. <br /> Mr. Lillehaug elaborated that the neighborhood has been kept apprised of the proposed project via a <br /> comprehensive newsletter and a questionnaire mailed to them for their input. Neighbors received a <br /> public hearing notice mailed on February 24, 2006. A neighborhood informational meeting was held <br /> on March 1, 2006, at Arneson Acres Park where forty residents attended. One concern expressed at <br /> that meeting was street lighting. Additional information was provided as well as a questionnaire <br /> provided for resident input. Results of the questionnaire and a final update letter was mailed on <br /> March 16, 2006,to residents as well as recommendations of staff. <br /> Mr. Lillehaug provided pictures of the deterioration of the roadway. He said some curb and gutter <br /> existed with the roadway being approximately 27 to 31 feet in width. Mr. Lillehaug said impediments <br /> along the roadway, i.e. boulders, landscaping, etc., would be removed or mitigated if the proposal <br /> Page 1 <br />