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11/23/59 <br />RESOLUTION . ' 3;. AT TIIE RESIGNATION 9 <br />OF <br />ALFRED H: HIATT <br />FROM <br />EDTNA PLANNING COMMISSION <br />WHEREAS, Mr. Alfred H. Hiatt, in his sincere desire to serve his community <br />by promoting long range planning and the orderly development of Edina, has served <br />as a member of the Edina Planning Commission from January 1, 1947 to this date; <br />and <br />WHEREAS, he has been a loyal and-enthusiastic member of this Commission, <br />aiding in formulating its policies and, by his unfailing fairness and his devotion <br />to the good of Edina as a whole, assisting in impartial solutions of the many <br />problems considered by the Connnission in this, the period of Edina's greatest <br />growth; and . <br />ill health: <br />Edina that in reluctan,tly accepting his resignation this Council offer to MR. <br />ALFRED H. HIATT its sincere thanks for his unselfish efforts on behalf of the <br />citizens of Chis Village, and wish him renewed good health and continued <br />WHEREAS, he has now tendered his resignation from these duties because of <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of <br />happiness. I.. <br />Motion for adoption'of the Resolution was <br />were five ayes and no nays, as aye; Tupa, <br />aye; and Bredesen, aye; and the <br />by Kohler, and on Rollcall there <br />'Village Clerk <br />DAVID J. GRISWOLD APPOINTED TO PLANNING COMMISSION.FOR UNEXPIRED TERM OF A.H.HIATT. <br />Mayor Bredesen offered the name of Mr, David J. Griswold, 6417 Mendelssohn Lane,as <br />an appointee for membership to the.Planning Commission for the unexpired term of Mr. <br />Hiatt (present date to December 31, 1960), which appointment was confirmed by <br />unanimous consent of Council, <br />The evening's agenda's having been covered, Tupa moved for adjournment. <br />seconded by Dickson and carried. <br />Motion <br />Adjournment at 9:25 P,M. <br />Village Clerk <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE * <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, <br />1959, AT 7:OO P.M., AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL. <br />Members answering Rollcall were Beim, Tup'a and Bredesen. <br />the meeting at a later time, as recorded in these mixiutes. <br />MINUTES of the Regular Meetings of November 9 and 23, 1959, were approved as <br />.r submitted, by Motion Tupa, seconded by Beim and carried. <br />Trustee Kohler entered <br />-- <br />'L. <br />' PUBLIC HEARING ON PETITION OF OGDAHL AND POPPE FOR REZONING FROM "OPEN DEVELOPMENT <br />DISTRICT" TO MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT" THAT PORTION OF OUTLOTS 2, 3 AND 4, TOWN <br />REALTY COMPANY'S EDINA TERRACE LYING SOUTH OF CROSSTOWN HIGHWAY. Affidavits of <br />PublicatSon, 'Posting and Mailing of "Notice of Public Hearing" were pres,ented by <br />Clerk. It was duly noted that said notice did not specify that the only portion <br />of Outlots 2, 3 and 4 proposed to be rezoned for'multiple dwellings was that' <br />portion south of crosstown highway; and Mayor Bredesen so informed the audience. <br />Objections to the proposed rezoning were registered by Messrs. Gardner, 6108 Zenith <br />Avenue, Leonard L. Corlett, 6116 Zenith, Robert R. Chapman, 6117 Zenith, L. Lande, <br />'6112 Zenith and W.M. Witz, 6120 Zenith, who complained that this action would: <br />1. Change the character of the neighborhood; 2. Lower property values; put a <br />large number of people into a small area, and pour ink0 the area a different <br />element of people-those who would naturally gravitate into apartments; <br />off their view of Southdale Shopping Centerd Messrs. Duaine Killam, 6109 York, <br />and Richard Ham, 6116 York, stated they simply ao not want apartment buildings <br />in this area.. <br />to the South is already zoned for multiple dwellings; that the crosstown highway <br />will be a buffer between apartment zoning and residential zoning; that highway <br />right-of-way is expected to be 200 feet wide; that Planning Commission took this <br />into consideration in recommending the rezoning of this comparatively small tract. <br />3. Cut <br />It was pointed out to these objectors that the property immediately