<br />CLAIhfS PAID. Dickson's motion for payment of the following Claims, as per Pre-List
<br />,dated July.27, 1959, was seconded by Tupa and carried:
<br />Geneial Fund $16,666.68 - Liquor Fund $42,481 . 71
<br />Construction Fund 91 y 689 -91 Sewer Rental Fund 15 y 483.37
<br />Park & Park Const. 11,587.55 Poor & PIR Funds 39558.80
<br />Waterworks Fund 3,651007 TOTAL $185,119.09
<br />Kohler then moved for adjournment to Monday, August 3, 1959 at 7:OO P.M. Motion
<br />seconded by Tupa and carried. Meeting ad$o€i$ned at 11:lO P.I.1.
<br />..?- Village clerk
<br />MINUTES OF THE ADJOURNED PORTION OF THE JULY 27, 1959
<br />REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD
<br />MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1959, AT 7:OO P.M., AT THE EDINA
<br />VILLAGE HALL
<br />Members answering Rollcall were Beim, Dickson, Kohler, Tupa and Bredesen.
<br />PUBLIC: HEARINGS ON PROPOSED STORM SEVER IMPROVEMENTS: Clerk presented Affidavit of
<br />Pu'blication in Edina-Morningside Courier July 23 and 30, 1959, of "Notice of Public
<br />Hearings on Proposed Storm Sewer Improvements", which affidavit was approved as to
<br />form and ordered placed on file.
<br />various hearings had been mailed to owners of affected properties within the drainage
<br />were conducted, and action was taken as hereinafter recorded:
<br />Clerk also*informed Council that notices of the
<br />Copies of these notices are attached hereto and made a part of these
<br />Pursuant to published and mailed notices, the following Public Hearings
<br />PUBLIC HEARIXG 0P.l PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF A TRUNK STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES,
<br />INCLUDIKG CONSTRUCTION OF COXTROL WORKS THEREFOR; SAID TRUNK STORM SEAVER TO BE CON-
<br />GTRUCTED ALONG THE FOLLCY'IIKG ROUTE: "Beginning at the pond in the h'E1/4 S!'J1/4, Sec.31,
<br />Tvq3.28 N., R 24 U., at a pt. approx. 1240' W. and 460' S. of the center of Sec. 31; the
<br />-NEly along proposed drainage easements 440' more or less to the proposed street con-
<br />taining the Sanitary Trunk Sewer of the Village of Edina; th. parallel to said sanitary
<br />sewer and along proposed streets of the proposed addition by the Estow Corporation and
<br />South Garden Estates by proceeding E. about 650'; th. 14. about 180' to the E-W/4 line,
<br />Sec. 31; th. N. about 180'; th. E. about 67p',; th.'N. about 1130' to Yd.72nd St.; th.
<br />E, along H.72nd St. 350' more or less to the extended S. line of the Edina Grade School
<br />property; th. departing from the route of the said sanitary sewer and adjacent to the
<br />said E. line of the Edina Grade School property to W.70th St.; th. W. on W.7Oth St. to
<br />Cornelia Dr.; th. Nly along Cornelia Dr. to the extended N. line of Lot 17, B1. 1,
<br />Southdale First Addition; th. NlVly between Lots 16 and 17 of said B1. 1 to Lake I
<br />Cornelia" and
<br />"Beginning at the pond in the N1'11/4 SW1/4, Sec. 31, T. 28 N., R. 24 VI., at a pt.
<br />about 1220' 8. and 400' S. of NW Cor. of said NW1/4 SN1/4; th. V?. to the E. road
<br />ditch of State Trunk Highway 100; th. S. along said road ditch a dist. of 2800', more
<br />or less; th. W. across the Rcght-of-way of State Highway 100 to Nine Mile Creektt--the
<br />scope of said proposed improvement to include, besides construction of storm ,sewer,
<br />control works and other appurtenances, the acquisition oE all flowage and storage
<br />easements necessary for said proposed improvement.
<br />200 persons the legal procedure followed in making improvements.
<br />tonight constitute the first phase of a proposed improvement consisting of some five
<br />Trunk Storm Sewers and 20 Laterals affecting about 1,600 acres and costing well over
<br />$1,000,000; that the improvements considered tonight consist of "Main #ltl--the key
<br />trunk main--and four laterals to drain the.area"s where storm drainage problems have
<br />already become critical.
<br />third attempt to provide drainage for the area in an economical, practical manner,
<br />with an equitable distribution of cost; other hearings having been held in August,
<br />1957, and in June 1958; that construction of Trunk Main, as proposed this evening,
<br />is essentially the same as that originally proposed, but that the method of assess-
<br />ment is different and has been refigured by the Consulting Engineers on the bases of
<br />volume of water, cost of draining, need and value, for each respective area shown
<br />in the notice- of -hearing as mailed.
<br />Planning Director George Hite gave a short chalk-talk, demonstrating the savings
<br />to be made by using Lake Cornelia and "Normandale" pond as storage basins in lieu of
<br />draining completely by pipe. He told the audience that both the size of the pipe and
<br />the amount of the excavation involved are directly related to the Village's being
<br />able to use these ~VJO "reservoir$'. During his talk Mr. Hite reported that the
<br />amount of run-off in a wooded area is 1Qd; in a grassed area, IS$; and in a so-called
<br />"Paved" area of roofs, streets, sidewalks, driveways, the run-off increased to 80$--
<br />and that in the area south of 70th Street 30;i is paved area.
<br />been consulted with regard to the problems this construction will involve; and that
<br />Hayor Bredesen opened this Hearing be reviewing for the large audience of about
<br />Manager Hyde reported that the five improvements being considered by the Council
<br />He told the audience that this Hearing represents the
<br />Manager Hyde told audience that the County and State Highway Departments have
<br />after considerable study and research the Village feel it does have the right to