<br />hIIIdUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDIlA
<br />. VILLAGE COUNCIL , HELD !JONDAY , SEPTEblBER 8 , +!'
<br />1958, AT THE EDINP; VILLAGE HALL
<br />members answering Rollcall were Bank, Dickson, Kohler, and Tupa.
<br />Bank presided until Hayor Bredesen arrived as hereinafter recorded.
<br />Mayor Pro Tem
<br />F.IIF!UTES of the Regular Iuleeting of August 25, 1958, were approved as submitted,
<br />by motion Dickson, seconded by Kohler and carried.
<br />EUEET FOR YEAR 1959 PRESENTED,
<br />and in accordance with State Statute, Manager Hyde presented for Council con-
<br />sideration and action his Eudget for year 1959. Tupa moved that records show
<br />that budget has been received; that action thereon be held in abeyance,
<br />seconded by Kohler and carried,
<br />As the first order of business for this meeting,
<br />' Zotion
<br />PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED IXPROVEMENTS. Affidavit of Publication j-n Edina-
<br />Xorningside Courier on August 28 and September 4, 1958, of "FJotice of Public
<br />Hearing on Proposed Sanitary sewers \?datermains , and Storm Sewers" was presented,
<br />approved as to form and ordered placed on €ile. Pursuant to said Notice the
<br />following Public Hearings were conducted and action taken:
<br />FROM COOP32 AVEfXJE TO BYIJOOD 'JEST,
<br />the Hearings en the following two proposed improvements, ha,m been called at the
<br />Council's own motion, and without petitions, in an attempt to get Interlachen Blvd.
<br />in shape for permanent improvement by Blacktopping; that, because of petitions which
<br />have been received. for underground improvements in the area Interlachen ha3 been
<br />torn up in one place or another for the past four.or five years. He stated that
<br />if these propositions are not accepted, now, future assessments for the work will
<br />be larger, to provide for blacktop replacement,
<br />proposed !:!atermain Improvement in Interlachen Blvd. from Cooper iivenue to Bywood
<br />':;lest, LIr, Hyde gave $170.00 per Lot for the 102 affected lots'in the Trunk,
<br />Watermain District, and $741,00 per Lot for the lots abutting-Interlachen Blvd.,
<br />which nould get Lateral Service from the Trunk Main; making a total of $911.00
<br />per Lot for the properties abutting Interlachen Blvd; that the assessment is
<br />proposed to be-made over a 20-year term on the trunk, 10-year term.on the laterals..
<br />No one spa!-:e in favor of the.project. ME. Philip Neville, representing the
<br />Rolling Green Association, protested construction on the grounds that - 1,
<br />Rolling Green consists of large lots of an acre or more, with homes already
<br />supplied with their own wells and septic tanks. - 2.
<br />on the North by the North \]illage Limits, and on the West by Interlachen Country-
<br />Club, which is provided with its own water system and will not need water in the
<br />forseeable future, 3.
<br />needs service, but is "at the end of the line"; consequently abandonment of
<br />proposed project will damage no one.
<br />some 86 property owners, in opposition to the improvement, and requesting
<br />Blacktopping of Interlachen Blvd. from Bywood West to Hiqhrvay b!o. 169, Mr.
<br />Neville stated that the officers of the Rolling Green Association understand that
<br />if the watermain is necessary in five or ten years there will be some additional
<br />assessment because of re-blacktopping,
<br />in Mr. Meville's statements, also stating that all officers of the Rolling Green
<br />Association are present at this ,Hearing. Mr, Gregg Andrew, 8 Llerilane, asked
<br />that Interlachen Blvd. be paved just as soon as possible.
<br />Manager Hyde that this work cannot be done until after completion of contracts
<br />to be awarded this evening.
<br />by Kohler and carried.
<br />1 e PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED WATEFiMAIN IMPROVEMENT IN I€;STEFiLP,CHEII BLVD.
<br />blanager Hyde explained that this Hearing, and
<br />As an Estimate or' Cost for the
<br />Rolling Green is bordered
<br />This proposed project is not'a link to any area which
<br />He then presented. a petition, signed by
<br />Jk. Frank Lo Tracy, 20 Merilane, concurred
<br />He was informed by
<br />Tupa's motion that project be abandoned was seconded
<br />2 and 3, PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED WATERIMIN IN IhTERLACHEPI BLVD. FROP.4
<br />VJILLIA~/'I AVENUE TO HIGH'JJAY #lG9 j
<br />#1G9 TO SUIffIIT AVENUE,
<br />SANITARY SFJIER FROM. IPJTEPLACHEI! BLVD, FROIrl HIGH'jJlrsY
<br />AND IIJTERLACHEM BLVD. FROI-I VJILLIALI AVENUE TO 454 FT. EAST.
<br />A, ?'3P,TEFJ.LfiLII~J. Llanager Hyde gave as Estimate of Cost, $281,32 per Lot, for
<br />each lot in the Trunk Natermain District, plus $787,70 Lateral assessment for
<br />the properties abutting Interlachen Blvd., which will receive Lateral service
<br />from the Trunk liain; the assessment to be over a 20-year term-for the Trunk;
<br />10-year term for the Laterals, Mr. George Carlson, ovmer of 115 feet abutting
<br />Interlachen Blvd. on the North, stated he feels the improvement will add to the
<br />re-sals value of the property. !!E.* G. Cramer Lyon objected to the improvement,
<br />asking that more maintenance be put on Interlachen. Llr, Kobert Soelberg objected
<br />' on the grounds that there is no need for service between Highway ,',M9 and Surmnit.
<br />He withdrew his objection after being informed by Engineer Zikan that thei-e arc
<br />plans to loop the main from 49th and Brookside with construction to be paid by
<br />the I'!aterworks Fund.
<br />in favor of the improvement,
<br />objections had been received prior to the Hearing.
<br />!Ieeting , Ordering Improvement).
<br />?&So Bingham, 5211 Interlachen Rlvd, , expressed hereslf
<br />l!o other objections were registered, and no written
<br />(See Resolution of later in