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3/28/60 37 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR ME;ETING OF THE EDINA VILLAGE <br />COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1960 AT 7:OO P.M., AT <br />THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL <br />Nembers answering Rollcall were Beim, Dickson, Kohler and Tupa. Mayor Pro Tem <br />Dickson presided in Mayor Bredesen's absence. <br />MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of March 14, 1960, were approved as submitted, by <br />motion Kohler, seconded by Beim and carried. <br />PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING REPORT for February, 1960, was submitted, reviewed and <br />ordered placed on file. <br />HENNEPZN COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT'S REQUEST FOR ABATEMENT OF TAXES was referred <br />to the Village Attorney for investigation, at the request of Trustee Kohler and <br />after some discussion as to the amount involved. Tract under consideration was <br />Parcel 227, Plat 73830. County has asked for tax abatement pursuant to easement <br />for road purposes acquired by County in 1958. <br />COMPLIMENT TO EDINA RESCUE SQUAD READ. <br />Mr. S.F. McGowan, President of South Garden Association, praising the Rescue <br />Squad for its work on behalf 0f.a heart attack case. Letter accepted with the <br />thanks of the Council and ordered referred to Chiefs of Police and Fire Depart- <br />ment s. <br />Clerk read complimentary letter by <br />IMPROVEMENT PETITIONS FILED. <br />to Council, reviewed, and by motion Kohler, seconded by Beim and carried, were <br />referred to the Village Engineer for programming: <br />1. SANITARY SEWER - Wooddale Ave., Dunberry Lane to 250 Ft. South. <br />2. BLACKTOPPING - Bernard Place, Benton Ave. to W.6Oth St. <br />3. <br />The following improvement petitions were submitted <br />BLACKTOPPING - Alley between Xerxes and York Avenues and between W.54th <br />and W.55th Sts. <br />PETITION FOR RETURN OF BUS SERVICE FROM VILLAGE HALL TO SOUTHVIEW LANE, filed <br />at this meeting, was supported by a delegation.asking that they be given some <br />lcind of service in this area. <br />events leading to cancellation of the service; namely the refusal by the High <br />School to allow lay-over and turn-around space on Southview Lane; and the <br />Village's unwillingness to allow the bus to turn left off Nonnandale Road. <br />Delegation asked that the Wooddale line be extended, but Mr. Hyde'said he <br />thought that regulations governing bus <br />Tupa's motion, that petition be referred to the Railroad and Warehouse Commission <br />was seconded by Beim and Carried. <br />Commission to investigate practicability of the loop requested by the delegation, <br />or of connecting runs. <br />Manager Hyde reviewed.for the delegation the <br />would prohibit such extension. <br />Trustee Kohler suggested that Council ask <br />PROTEST REGISTERED AGAINST DRAINAGE CONDITIONS AT 65TH AND WILRYAN. <br />O.N. Coursolle and G.B.Parsons, 6513 and 6509 Wilryan Ave., protested the flood <br />condition of their street, asking that something be done just as soon as possible <br />to relieve this bad condition. Storm sewer proceedings were reviewed for these <br />poople, and Council told them that the street relief must be given on a temporary, <br />pumping basis (which is becoming more and more difficult as surrounding lots build <br />up and it is necessary to drain water farther and farther away); that they can <br />look for little permanent relief until such time as the proposed storm'sewer can <br />be constructed. <br />Messrs. <br />SIGN ORDINANCE AMENDMENT ADOPTED. <br />Ordinance No. 61A-1, as discussed at the last regular meeting; and Beim offered <br />the following Ordinance, moving that Council waive second reading thereof and <br />adopt Ordinance as offered : <br />Council discussed the matter of adoption of <br />ORDINANCE NO. 61A-1 <br />AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO OUT- <br />DOOR SIGNS, AMENDING ORDINANCE <br />NO. 61A <br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA,'MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />adding thereto the following section: <br />Section 1. Ordinance No. 61A of the Village of Edina is hereby amended by <br />"Section 3a. Special Restrictions in Regional Shopping District. <br />In addition to all other restrictions, the following restrictions <br />shall apply to signs hereafter-constructed, posted, printed, paint- <br />ed or affixed in the Regional Shopping District: <br />"(a) Not more than one sign shall be permitted nearer to any <br />street line than the established or customary uniform building <br />line upon the street where a structure shall be erected. Such <br />a permitted sign shall not exceed 48 square feet in area and <br />shall be used only for the purpose of stating the name or ad- <br />dress or both of the business or occupant of the lot upon which <br />the sign is placed. <br />offered for sale or a service provided on the premises. <br />It shall not advertise either a produce
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