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Members answering Rollcall were Beim, Dickson, Kohler, Tupa and Bredesen. I <br />Minutes of Regular Meeting of Janu'ary 26, 1959, were approved as submitted, by <br />motion Dickson, seconded by Tupa and carried. <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED REZONING TO C0IIJV"ITY STORE DISTRICT FOR BILThlORE <br />MOTOR HOTEL. <br />January 26th Hearings, opened with Mr, Jerry Swendseen presenting plan and <br />layout for the motel extension. Planning Director Swanson suggested that the <br />property owners dedicate sufficient property to complete a full-width "!'J.53rd <br />Street", and hlr. Swendseen agreed to this proposal. <br />reiterated statements, in objection, made at the earlier meetings; and Mr. <br />Larson asked how Council could control the use of the property for "motel <br />purposes'' only, if the propeety is to be rezoned "Community Store". <br />Attorney Hasselquist told Council that rezoning for a single purpose is not <br />legal, but that a deed restriction can be obtained if the Council so desires. <br />Stating that the extension of the motel is the only purpose for which petitioners <br />are asking rezoning, Mr. Swendseen agreed to such a deed restriction; also stating, <br />in reply to a question by Trustee Dickson, that if a restaurant is installed it is <br />hoped that it can be in the center of the development and not at either end. <br />Francis McGuire said that in view of Council's action at the last meeting, rezoning <br />for the Overholt Office Building, he has no objection to the motel extension. <br />Question was raised as to the reason for asking for rezoning for the area <br />Southwest of the property proposed to be built ons and fAr. Iiarry Gustafson <br />replied that this property, low and unbuildable, will be used for access to <br />proposed new #169. <br />deed restriction for the property hereinafter described in proposed ordinance, <br />permitting its use for motel purposes only; and with the specific understanding <br />between the developers and the Council that development will be in confbrmance <br />with layout presented at this meeting and that any great variance will be with <br />permission of the Village Planning Commission, Trustee Mohler also offered the <br />following Ordinance, moving that Council waive second reading and adopt Ordinance <br />as. read: <br />This Hearing, being a continuation of October 2'7, 1958, and <br />Messrs Pratt and Larson <br />Village <br />Vir. <br />Moving that the Village Attorney be directed to prepare a <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-44 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE <br />OF EDINA BY ESTABLISHING ADDITIONAL <br />COI\IIIVIIJNITY STORE DISTRICT <br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Section 6, Community Store District, of Ordinance No. 261 of the <br />Revised Ordinances of the Village of Edina, as amended, is hereby further.amended <br />by adding at the end of paragraph 1 of said Section 6 an additional sub-paragraph <br />as follows: <br />"[jj) That part of Govt. Lot 7, Sec. 28, Twp. 117, R. 21, described <br />as commencing at a pt. on the N. Line of Govt. Lot 7 dist. 545 <br />Ft. !'J. of NE Cor. thereof; th. S. parallel to E. line of said <br />Govt. Lot 7 a dist. of 708 Ft. to pt. of beginning; th, S. <br />parallel to said E. line 190 Ft.; th. We parallel to M. line of <br />said Govt. Lot 7 to Vi. line thereof; the S. to SW Cor. of said <br />Govt. Lot 7; th. E. along S. line thereof to IWly RFJJ line of <br />U. S. Hwy. No. 169; th. NEly along said f~:IpJly RIA line to its <br />Intersection with a line drawn E., parallel to N. line of said <br />Govt. Lot 7, from the pt. of beginning; th. R. to pt, or' <br />beginning. I' <br />Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after <br />its passage and publication. <br />Kohler's motions, as to deed restrictions and for waiver of second reading and <br />adoption of Ordinance as submitted, were seconded by Trustee Dickssn;and $he first <br />motion carried. On Rollcall as to adoption of the Zoning Ordinance, there were <br />five ayes and no nays, as follows: Beim, aye; Dickson, aye; Kohler, aye; Tupa, <br />aye; and Eredesen, aye; and the Ordinance was adopted. <br />PUBLIC KEPEIKG ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO "OPEN DEVELOPMENT" SECTLOR OF ZOI'IIIdG <br />ORDINANCE, CLARIFYII\IG SIDE-YARD SETBACK PROVISION. This Hearing, scheduled in <br />response to Planning Commission's recommendation for clafification of the "side- <br />yard setback" provision in the Open Development Section of the Zoning Ordinance, <br />was held with receipt of no objections, either oral or written, to the proposed <br />new Ordinance. Afr"idavits of Publication and Posting of Kotice of Hearing were <br />submitted, approved, and ordered placed on file; and Dickson offered the following <br />Ordinance, moving that Council dispense with second reading and adopt Ordinance <br />as submitted: