<br />The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution Was duly seconded
<br />by Trustee T!illson, and upon vote being tzken thereon, the follovling voted
<br />in favor thereof; Child, Palen, Willson, Hawthorne, and Cooper, and the following voted against the same: No Hay Votes - whereupon said resolution
<br />was declared duly passed and adopted, and the President signed the same
<br />and it VJaS attested by the Villge Clerk,'
<br />Villson's motion for adjournment vas seconded by Pden and carried.
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<br />MINUGIS OF MEBlfL\TG OF EDINA BOARD 03'
<br />ElVIl3\'l, HE$ID MONDAY, -JULY 13, 1949,
<br />AI! 6t30 P.M. AT !ED3 EDINp VILLAGE H.&LL
<br />Pursuant to duly published and posted I'Assessment MoticeVt1 the Bdina Board
<br />of Review met, with Village Assessor Alex Creighton md, Hennepin County
<br />Supervisor of Assessors, Roy Haeg, at the Village Hdl OR Monday, J~ly 11, 1949, at 6:30 P.M. Members present were Palen, Billson and Coopeq* t
<br />Mr, William Alavado, 5815 Valley Rep? Road, requested adaustment made on
<br />1948 real. estate valuation,
<br />meeting is conducted to discuss dy 1949 Personal Property and nevi
<br />Real Estate valuations; that he must file application for rebate with
<br />the County Auditor for assessments of 1948.
<br />Mr. Haeg informed &. Alavado that this
<br />Dr, indMrs, Raph Obermeyer requested that special. assessment for grading
<br />their road be respxead over a period of ten years,
<br />this matter is in.the hands of the Village Attorney, and asked to securq
<br />a petition for such respread,
<br />l!r. John Person requested sewer assessment refund, He was informed th&
<br />this meeting is not conaucted for the purpose of reviewing special
<br />assessments; that he should secure legal council
<br />1i-k. Cqoper inquired of Ass&sor Creighton as to the status of the Nike
<br />Asplund property on Blake Road, which property has reportedly been chged
<br />from-&ricul&ural to Son-Agricultural status , whereas the lorn 'Hoore estate
<br />is recipient of Agrfcul.l;ural rating. Mr, Creighton iras uncertain as to
<br />the status of the Asplund property, but stated he believed*it should be
<br />from the State Tax Commissioner*s Office, after a complaint r to them,
<br />Nr. Cooper irm$.red'es $0 the rating to be ginen to the undeveloped lands
<br />owned +y the Spring Company+and by Carl M, Hansen,
<br />borderline cases , according to Messrs. Creighton and beg.
<br />Nr, Coopei recommended revaluation of business properties at the 50th Street
<br />and France Avenue corner in the next red estate assessment year, 19.50.
<br />They were informed that
<br />He eqlained that Mr, lom Noore had received his rating
<br />These tracts are
<br />Discussion tras had of two lots on tl,5Oth Street near Halifax Avenue, with
<br />%r, Creighton reportipg that owners hqe asked for valuations based on
<br />residential rates instead. af commercial rates.
<br />that-the Council has refused. to rezone these properties commercially, ad
<br />,that they, therefore, should be given $he bepefit of residential ratings,
<br />Mr. Creighton's Book of Valuations for the Year 1949 was presented, v&th
<br />his information that new Real Estate for the Year 1949 totals. approximately
<br />Mr, Creighton tras informed
<br />a Motion by TTillson, qproving Vduations for Year 1949, was
<br />seconded by Pden and caryied.
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