I fYir. H, 1.L Kuhnley and one other proprty owner' asked tha'c matter of bhcktopping
<br />Lexington Avenue between Concord Avenue and Lot 5, Block 2, Subdivision of
<br />Qttel Park (tabled by Council June U) be reopened, Council explained that no one had appeared at the Fublic*Hearing of June a; that there is a question
<br />as to whether the properties abuttirg the North side of Lexington Avenue Tvould
<br />be benefited by blacktopping, inasmuch as these properties face Oak Drive; that
<br />cost of assessment would be $1.70 per assessable foot providing both sides of
<br />street were assessed, or $3.40 per assessable foot providing only propedies .
<br />facing Lexington were assessed. Both gentlemen objected to paying full cost
<br />of assessment, said they would pay their share, and asked that another public
<br />hearing be held. +Attorney Windhorst informed Council tha'c %hey had power to
<br />declare unequal distribution insofar as benefits are concerned; for instance,
<br />that properties facing lkxington are benefited by 2/3 of cost, and Oak Drive
<br />properties benefited *to extent 'of 1/2 cost -6f -blacktopping &xin&on Avenue,
<br />Owners present requested that a new.hearing be 'held, t&th a.U owners of
<br />abutting property -notified. Willson moved ,that .new Public' Hearing on peti6ion
<br />for Blacktapping & bxtngton Avenue .be.#set .for .Ju& 12, 19@; at 8200 PJI,
<br />Seconded by Ch5l.d and carried.
<br />Mr. ~~tze~ presented letter of June 7th fzom PPs, B.L
<br />call had.been received. at Tallage Offhe .complaining that apartmearb house at
<br />5503 France Avenue is a Sire trap, Hahthornemoved- that St&e Fire Narshal,
<br />Village Fire Chief: and one Village poliCsleman* be asked to make inspection of
<br />premises. Seconded by Pden and Carrie
<br />Er.- Boris Pervor.mJ.uk' ,again&. mquested aid from Council in. securing sewer and
<br />water service for his !Lots. ab .approriimtely, 53rhdnd. France, saying $hat he
<br />coUd not finance such service privately; He -rvas..requsst~ed .to secure a petikion
<br />for the *opel3ing of, Gmgas- Avenue .between 8, ,5ad S-breePI and the Church property,
<br />in -order t ha% pr oceedhgs . could, be .initiated- for $onsLructiim of mbs ,
<br />Hawthorne moved fox- ad journmen-k. +Seconded, by Palen-and carried,
<br />WiUson moved for re-coiivention of meet-, rfoz purpose of furiher action.
<br />Seconded by Palen and unanimously.carFied, ,! L - .
<br />ITiUson moved thak Village Council adGertise fok bids to be taken July 12, 191;et
<br />at 8r00 PJI., for laboy. and mterials covering installation of plwnbing Sir;tures
<br />in the Village-owned dvielw at. 53.54 3~aoks$d'e t Avenue; 1 and conqec-tion of such
<br />dwelljag u~th cesspool and water oh' Village. %oolhouse propeqty, Palen and carried, -_
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<br />'Hawthorne rrroved for ad j ournment., Seconded by 1fiXl.s on and qanimously carried *
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<br />HE?B MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1948, kT 7:30 P.M.
<br />Council convened as "Board of Review?-, at' 7:30 P&, June 28, -5.n accordance with
<br />"Assessment Notice,tt-posted on all Official Bulletin Boards' June 16, 194.8, with
<br />membejrs Child, lW.lson, Palen and Cooper answering Rollcall; Hawthorne, absent .
<br />Trustee Willson informed Board of Review that Village assessor!^ Valuations Books
<br />were not yet ready for presentation to the Bdard, because of extra work this year
<br />due to extraordinary number of proprty divisions,
<br />AT THE EDINA VIlLAq HALL.
<br />NO one TYaaS present for t.us Hearing. .
<br />Ifillson mwed $or pos$poneGent of Board of Eeview ~eeting "C to Nonday,' July 26.
<br />Seconded by Child and carried.
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<br />Child move& for adjournment. Seconded by TJillson
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