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3/14/60 <br />MXNUTES'OF THE WGULAR MZETING'OF TH& EDXNA VIL&Abh <br />COtJHCX'L, HELD MONDAY, Idi'RCH 14, 1960, AT 7:OO P.Pl., <br />AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL <br />Members answering Rollcall tiere Dickson, Kohler and Tupa. <br />presided in Mayor Bredesen's absence. <br />NINUTES of the Regular Meeting of February 29, 1960, were approved as submitted <br />by motion Tupa, seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />Mayor Pro Tem Dickson <br />3 3 <br />,I b <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON ZONING VARIANCE FOR LOT 8, BLOCK 1, SOUTHDALE FIRST ADDN. (6704 <br />CORNELIA DRIVE). Planning Director Hite presented Affidavit of Mailing of Notice <br />of Hearing to affected property owners; and the Minutes of the Planning Commission <br />Meeting of March 9, were reviewed, relative to the Commission's favorable <br />recommendation on the request of Mr. F. C. Kiesner's request for permit to con- <br />struct his home within 8 and 8% feet, respectively, of the side lot lines (new <br />ordinance requires 10-foot side yards.) Mr. Hite pointed out that other homes in <br />block have been built with the formerly-allowed 7.5-foot side yard setbacks. There <br />were no objections to the request, and Mr. Hyde told Council home had been designed <br />prior to adoption of the new regulations. <br />was seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />Tupa's motion that request be granted <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PETITION FOR MOVING OF DWELLING FROM 6317 NORMANDALE ROAD TO <br />4816 SHERWOOD AVENUE. <br />by Mr. Lee Paris to be moved, and of the neighborhood to which he proposes moving <br />it. Mr. D. H. Leach, 4721 School Road, led a delegation of some fourteen neighbors <br />opposing the proposed moving, stating that they would like to have the matter <br />tabled pending consideration by Council of regulations recommended by the Planning <br />Commission. Mr. R. 17. Harker, 4812 School Road, told Council that the proposed <br />site for this house is some nine feet above street grade; that moving of the tall <br />house onto the high lot will accomplish a "hotel" result in the midst of a <br />neighborhood of ramblers's: <br />Planning Commission and the Building Inspector for their respective investigations <br />and recommendations, was seconded by Tupa and carried. <br />Mr. Hite presented to Council pictures of the home proposed <br />Kohler's motion, that the matter be referred to the <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PETITION FOR MOVING OF DWELLING FROM 6201 SHERIDAN AVENUE TO <br />4832 VALLEY VIEW ROAD. Mr. Hite presented Affidavit of Notice of Hearing, stating <br />that it is his understanding that the immediate neighbors have no objection to the <br />moving of this attractive rambler onto the lot suggested'j. that this proposition is <br />much better than anything suggested so far, for this particular lot. <br />immediate neighbors was present to add that he had no great objection, but that if <br />Council is considergng new regulations he would prefer to have the matter tabled. <br />After some discussion he withdrew his objections, and Kohler moved that permit be <br />granted. <br />One of the <br />Motion seconded by Tupa and carried. <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PETITION FOR MOVING OF DWELLING FROM 6301 SHERWOOD AVENUE TO <br />5721 HIGHWAY NO. 169. <br />Mr, Hite, and, pursuant to said Notice, Public Hearing was called on the petition <br />of Mr. Wm. J. McGrath for permit to move dwelling from 6301 Sherwood Avenue to <br />5721 Highway No. 169. There were no objections from the audience, and no written <br />objections had been received prior to the Hearing, and Tupa moved for the granting <br />of the permit. <br />Affidavit of "Notice of Hearing" Mailing was presented by <br />Motion seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />SPEED ON P7ARREN AVENUE TO BE CHECKED. <br />led a delegation of three requesting a "20-Mile" Speed Limit on Warren Avenue <br />between W.63rd and W.64th Sts. He explained that the street is becoming more <br />heavily used as Brookview Heights builds up; that there are no sidewalks there <br />and that many children use the street on their way to and from school buses and <br />the neighborhood park. After some discussion concerning installation of a stop <br />sign or a "slow sign" (Mr. Hyde told delegation that State frowns on a less than <br />thirty mile speed limit and that it cannot be enforced), Mayor Pro Tem Dickson . <br />informed delegation that the stree$,will be checked as to traffic count and speed <br />violators and that such action as/proper will then be taken. <br />Mr. Kenneth Johnson, 6328 FJarren Avenue, <br />IMPROVEMENT PETITIONS ACCEPTED. The following petitions were submitted, and were <br />accepted and referred to the Village Engineer for programming, by motion Kohler, <br />seconded by Tupa and carried: <br />17.57th st. Petition for Blacktopping and Curb and Gutter on Dale Ave. from Grove St. to <br />Petition for Blacktopping on St.Johns Ave. from West Wooddland Road to Tower St. <br />Petition for Oiling, Arthur Street from Maloney to Waterman Avenue. <br />Petition for Sanitary Sewer, Benton Avenue from 5521 Benton to 5700 Benton.
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