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5/23/60 -* <br />I ',. I <br />"NYCLTE'FE ROAD" CONDEMNATION \JILL NOT BE NECBSSARY. llr. Rite reported that, since <br />the meeting of llay 9, when Council authorized condemnation of the Methodist Church <br />portion of Wycliffe Road" providing negotiations for dedication could not be <br />worked out, an agreement has been worked out between the developer and the Methodist <br />Church whereby the Church will tledicate its portion of the street provided it is <br />saved from assessment for improvement of the street. <br />BLACKTOPPING PETITION ACCEPTED, EDINA HIGHLANDS LAKESIDE ADDITION. Pursuant to <br />the above discussion, Mr. Hite presented petition signed by M.S. Tommeraasen and <br />Edina Development Corp. €or the Blacktopping of TJycliffe Road fromlferold Drive <br />to Grove St; llerold Drive fromNycliffe Road to Grove St.; and Grove St. from <br />Olinger Road to Vycliffe Road, with full cost to be assessed against "Edina <br />Highlands Lakeside Addition". Petition was accepted and referred to Village <br />Engineer for programming, by motion Dickson, seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />The meeting's agenda's having been covered, Beim*moved for adjournment. <br />seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />Motion <br />lieeting ad <br />Village Clerk <br />EENUTES OF THE REGULARMEETING OF THE EDINA <br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1960 <br />AT 7:OO P.M., AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL <br />Members answering Rollcall were Beim, Dickson, Kohler, Tupa and Bredesen. <br />CONTINUATION OF APRIL 25TH AND MAY 23RD PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED IJOODDALE AVENUE <br />IMPROVEMENTS. This public hearing was called by Mayor Bredesen pursuant to two <br />prior hearings on proposed Wooddale Avenue improvements; the first being on the <br />proposed improvement of Wooddale Avenue between W.5Oth St. and Tower St. by <br />Widening, and Construction of Concrete Curb and Gutter and Bituminous Surface <br />Treatment for the stretch of street between W.50th St. and Tower Avenue, and <br />construction of Storm Sewer between 1?.54th St. and Minnehaha Creek, all to be <br />as a part of the "Municipal State Aid Street System", with the only assessment <br />to property owners being an estimated $1.64 per front foot for curb and gutter <br />and $.03 per square foot for storm sewer; and the second being construction of <br />the same improvements, with street to be left at 30 feet traveled roadway, an <br />assessment to property owners of $6.50 per front foot for curb, gutter and <br />blacktop and $12 per square foot for storm sewer, with the'Genera1 Fund of the <br />Village to pay the balance of the improvement. <br />Mayor Bredesen opened this Hearing by stating to the audience that there is <br />no plan by Edina,*Hennepin County or the State for widening Wooddale to 44 feet; <br />that the only proposition before the Council is to widen this stretch to 36 feet; <br />that any plan €or a wider street would be resisted here. <br />62nd Street, and he was-informed that it will not, Mr. Kohler added that this <br />does not mean that at such time as the present blacktop deteriorates to the place <br />where it has bo be replaced the Council will not consider improvement under the state aid system. .. <br />the planting of boulevard trees. He told Council that because-property owners <br />still unwilling to accept a 36-foot street he had had no success; but that he <br />himself feels that planting of boulevard trees would give residents additional <br />assurance that the street will not be widened further. He suggested a type of <br />maple. <br />iby Council to type of tree planted. <br />that it be reviewed before decision is reached. <br />written objection to proposed widening was submitted and ordered placed on file. <br />Trustee Dickson offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption: <br />.I . <br />Mr. Peterson, 6001 Wooddale, asked if the 36-foot street would continue to <br />Mr. Everett Davies was asked by Mayor Bredesen about his petition for <br />Manager Hyde told Council that he feels some study should be given <br />He cited a Bulletin just received, suggesting <br />No other questions or objections were stated from the floor. Mr. R.L. Thierolf's <br />* <br />RESOLUTION ORDERING STREET IMPROVEMENT <br />WIDENING, CURB AND GUTTER, BITUMINOUS <br />SURFACE, AND TREE PLANTING IN WOODDALE <br />NO. BA-22 <br />AVENUE BETWEEN 17.50TIcI ST. AND TOWER ST. <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Village of Edina, yinnesota, that this <br />Council heretofore caused notices of hearings to be duly published on the following <br />proposed improvements : <br />CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER AND BITWINOUS SURFACE TREAT- <br />MENT IN WOODDALE AVENUE FROM 17.50TH ST. TO TOWER ST. <br />and at the hearings held at the time and place specified in said notice the Council <br />has duly considered the views of all persons interested, and being fully advised of <br />the pertinent facts does hereby determine to proceed with the following ipprovement: <br />..
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