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whatsoever for Arcon's aceion. <br />I'iikon anu Ni)eixmmut: un ~i.re west side of Riageview. Vriiage Ateomey Hassel- <br />quist asked Mr. S-cow ro have his attorney, Mr. Brown, contact Mr. Hasselquist in <br />order that Arcon's bonding company can be notified immediately. <br />JUDGE WEEKS' DECISION ON PEARCE REZONING DISCUSSED; <br />Judge 17eeks has ordered the Village to rezone the Pearce Tracts; that the trfangle <br />shall not be used for filling station purposes. <br />matter, and decision on appeal to Supreme Court was laid over to April 25: <br />Askea wnat lots were affected, 14r. Stow could ''?A:-- not give legal description without plat, but he starea Ehey'are two ioes between * .h <br />Manager Hyde reported that <br />Some discussion was had on the <br />CLAIMS PAID. <br />dated April 11, 1960, was seconded by Kohler and carried: <br />Beim's motion for payment 'of the .following Claims, as per Pre-List <br />General Fund $10 , 702.20 Sewer Rental Furid $42.25 <br />194.78 Poor Fund 92 .*06 Park & Park Const. <br />.Waterworks Fund 107.41 $34,909.13 Liquor Fund 23,770.43 <br />I <br />F4 of) <br />.. <br />Kohler's motion for adjournment was seconded by Beim and carried. <br />adjourned at 8:45 PA, to Wednesday, <br />Hall. <br />Meeting <br />Village Clerk <br />ADJOURNED PORTION OF THE -APRIL 11, 1960 <br />MINUTES OF THE/REGULAR IEETING OF THE EDINA VILLAGE <br />COUNCIL, HELD VEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960, AT 7:OO P.M. <br />AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL * <br />Members answering Rollcall were Beim, Kohler, Tupa and Bredesen. <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS. <br />published in Edina-Morningside Courier April 7 and 14, 1960, Mayor Bredesen called <br />the following public hearings, and action as hereinafter recorded resulted there- <br />from. <br />was approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />W.62ND ST. FROM Im5AN AVENUE TO HANSEN ROAD. <br />Engineer's Estimate of Cost on the project had been $3.54 per abutting foot; that, <br />as result of bids taken today on this project, we feel that cost should be <br />approximately $3.12 per foot. No objections were registered at the Hearing, and <br />none had been received prior thereto. <br />by Kohler and unanimously carried. (See Resolution of later in evening, ordering <br />improvement) . <br />2. PUBLIC J3EARING ON PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER AND <br />BITUMINOUS SURFACE TREATMENT IN BRITTANY ROAD, W.66TH ST. TO DUNBERRY LANE: AND <br />DUNBERRY LANE, BRITTANY ROAD TO NEST SHORE DRIVE. Mr. Hyde reported that the <br />low bid taken this morning on this project is lower than the Engineer's Estimate <br />of $6.07 per abutting foot; that the new Estimate of Cost on the project is $5.15. <br />He said that this project would not be done in its entirety until a storm sewer <br />ro 'ec co tructed. There were no. objections registered against tr <br />-come& was a question on being able to move onto the <br />street this fall. <br />unanimously carried. (See Resolution of later in evening, ordering improvement). <br />TREATMENT IN ZENITH AVENUE FROM #6104-05 TO N.62ND ST. <br />Estimate of Cost $6.94 per abutting foot, stating that because of low bid received <br />this morning, new Estimate is now $5.71. <br />does not have sewer; that if there is any sentiment for sewer the main should be- <br />put in before the street work, to save re-blacktopping coSts in the-future. Mr. <br />Ralph Sampson and one,other gentleman were present at Hearing, told Council that <br />the sewer must come from the South, through Crosstown territory; that everyone on <br />the block except the corner house is already septic-tanked, and there is no need <br />for sewer. There <br />were no objections registered against the improvemsnt at the Hearing, and none had <br />been received prior thereto. <br />by Kohler and unanimously carried. <br />improvement) . <br />TREATMENT IN TINGDALE AVENUE FROM W.64TH STREET TO W.b5TH STREET. <br />o€ Cost 17as given as $b.95 per Assessable Foot; however, Mr. Hyde reported that bids <br />taken this morning will lower cost to an estimate of $5.67. <br />Tingdale and J.T. Sather, 6429 Tingdale, objected to this project while the cross <br />streets--b4th and 65th Streets--were unimproved. Mr. I$. L. Henderson, 6401 <br />Tingdale, asked that the work be done to allay the dust; stating that it t7as not <br />'ust to settle the dust that the project was petitioned--that there are ruts in he road a foot deep. Mr. Sather suggested a "community project'' of street <br />Pursuant to "Notice of Hearings'' <br />Clerk presented Affidavit of Publication of said Notice, which affidavit <br />1. PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER IN <br />Manager Hyde told Council that the <br />Tupa' s motion approving project was seconded <br />I <br />Kohler's motion approving project was seconded by Tupa and <br />3. PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED CONGRETE CURB AND GUTTER &D BITUMINOUS SURFACE <br />Manager gave as the Engineer's <br />He reminded the audience that this street <br />They asked that the street improvement project be expedited. <br />Beirn's motion for approval of project was seconded <br />(See Resolution of later in meeting, ordering <br />4. PUBLIC JBARING ON PROPOSED CONCRETJ3 CUM ANU GUYl'KK ANU l5ITUMINOUS SURFAW <br />Engineer's Estimate <br />Mssrs. M. Bingert,6440