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// lL/au <br />11.7 NIWTES OF THE &GULAR ~VIEETTNG OF THE EDTNA <br />VTLLAGE: C6U&!XLt, HZLD MONDAY, YULY 11, 1960 <br />AT 7iOO P.M., AT T€Z BbTNA VTLLAGE WL a3 <br />Members answering Rollcall'were Beim, Dickson, Tupa, VanValkenburg and Brddesen. <br />PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED REZONING FROM "OPEN DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT" TO <br />"TEMPORARY EXCAVATION DISTRICT" A PORTION OF THAT PROPERTY COMMONLY KNOWN AS <br />NELSON FARM, LOCATED AT APPROXIMATELY COUNTY ROAD #18 AND HIGHWAY #5. Clerk <br />presented Affidavit of Publication in Edina-Morningside Courier Juae 30 and <br />July 7, 1960 of "Notice of Hearing on Amendment to Ordinance No. 262", which <br />was approved as to form and ordered placed on file; and pursuant to said notice' <br />Council called public hearing on request of Mr. Edward C. Stow for rezoning <br />from ?Open Development District" to "Temporary Excavation District" that portion <br />of the "Nelson Farm" outlined in faid Notice. The Council reviewed and discussed <br />at length the July 6th recommendations of the Planning Commission with regard <br />to this matter. Attorney Hosmer Brown rppresented Mr. E. C. Stow at the meeting, <br />and Mr. Stow also attended. Messrs. Brown and Stow made no objections to the <br />stipulations required by the Planning Commission; and in addition, Manager <br />Hyde that the village ordinance pertaining to hours of operation of noisy <br />machines be observed. This, too, was agreeable to applicants. Stating that <br />with the understanding that the following stipulations will be observed by the <br />applicants : <br />1. <br />2. Such material as is to be removed shall be removed within a <br />3. <br />4. <br />5. That Village Ordinance No. 144 be observed as to hours of <br />Not more than 300,000 cubic yards of materials will be removed <br />from the proposed temporary excavation district; <br />period of six months from this date; <br />a grade to be established by the Village; <br />applicants to insure compliance with stipulations; <br />That elevations within said district shall not be lowered below <br />That a performance bond of $10,000 be furnjcshed the Village by <br />operation of equipment < <br />he is willing to grant the request, Beim then offered the following Ordinance, <br />moving that Council dispense with second reading and adopt Ordinance as <br />submitted: <br />ORDINANCE NO. 262-1 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 262, REGULATING <br />T€E USE OF LAND IN THE VILLAGE FOR MINING, STRIPPING <br />AND EXTRACTION PURPOSES, BY ADDING AN ADDITIONAL <br />TEMPORARY EXCAVATION DISTRICT <br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE: VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Section 2, (Excavation Districts Created) of Ordinance No. 262, <br />"An Ordinance Regulating the use of Land in theaxi#age for Mining, Stripping <br />and Extraction Purposes," is hereby amended by/at end of said section the <br />fo 1 1 owing : <br />"Area No. 4. <br />T.hat..paPt, of :th& South -One'.Thousknd Eight Hundred and <br />Fifty-nine (S. 1,859) Feet of the East One-half (E1/2) <br />of the Southeast OneTquarter (SE1/4) of Section Eight <br />(8) , Township One 'Hbdred and Sixteen (116) , Range <br />Twenty-one (21), lying East of the Minneapolis, <br />Northfield and Southern Railroad right-of-way" <br />Section 2. This ordinance shall be in effect immediately upon its passage <br />and publication, <br />DISCUSSION followed submission of Ordinance, during which it was pointed out <br />that the area proposed in the ordinance for rezoning is only a part of the <br />area set forth in the notice of hearing but that it covered an area satisfactory <br />to both applicants and village; also, Mr. Brown told Council he would have <br />performance bond in in the morning to guarantee compliance with requirements. <br />Motion for waiver of second reading and adoption of Ordinance as submitted was <br />seconded by Dickson, and on Rollcall ive ayes and no nays, as follows: <br />Beim, aye; Dickson, aye; Tupa, aye; V , aye; and Bredesen, aye; and <br />the Ordinance was adopted.