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<br />*" .- I.ILIIUTZS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF TU EDINA
<br />VILLAGS COUk4CIL , HELD T*lONDAY , DECEUBZR 12, 1960 ,
<br />AT 7:OO P.M. AT EDINA VILLAGE HALL
<br />ROLLCALL was answered by Henbers Bein, Dickson, Tupa and Bredesen.
<br />VanValkenburg entered the meeting later, as hereinafter recorded.
<br />PUBLIC HEARIMG OX PETITION FOR VACATION OF PORTION OF t7.49% STREET.
<br />submitted A€fidavits of Publication and Posting of "Notice of Public Hzaring on
<br />Petition to Vacate Portion of T7.49g Street", publication having been made in
<br />Edina-Iiorningside Courier on November 24 and December I, 1960, and PosttFng
<br />on November 21, 1960. Sotice was approved as to form and ordered placed on
<br />file, and pursuant thereto Council conducted Public Hearing on the petition of
<br />Hr. Nark Z. Jones for Vacation of that portion of 3.49% Street described as
<br />fo~~ov7s: "The North One and Twenty-Five One-Hundredths Feet (1.25 Ft.) of the
<br />East Sixty-Eight and Seventy-Six One-Hundredths Feet (68.76 Ft.) of that part
<br />of 11.49% Street abutting the South boundary of the tract of land described as
<br />'Lot 1, lieplat of Lot 6, Block 1, Lund-Kruse Addition and the Vest 35
<br />the East 172 Feet of the South 125 Feet of the North 272.5 Feet of Lot 36,
<br />Auditor's Subdivision No. 172'." Attorney Hosmer Brobm representing the
<br />petitioner, told Council
<br />Building is noxi situated 1,25 feet into the street right-of-way.
<br />Attorney Hasselquist's opinion, stating that the Village cannot sell the
<br />vacated street, was reported. Nr. Brovm told Council that financing of the
<br />building cannot be completed until the matter of encroachmznt on public right-
<br />of-way has been settled. There were no objections to the proposed Vacation
<br />registered at the Hearing, and none had been received prior to this Hearing.
<br />Bein offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption:
<br />Feet of
<br />that because of a surveyor's error the new Post Office
<br />RESOLUTION VACATIKG STREET
<br />(PORTIO3 OF ?I. 49% STWET)
<br />TJIEIIEAS, a majority of the owners of the land abutting on that portion
<br />of 17.49% Street hereinafter dascribed in this Resolution have petitioned for the
<br />Vacation of said street; and
<br />11~3EREAS, two sieeks' published notice and posted notice of a hearing to
<br />be had on said petition on December 12, 1960, at 7:OO P.X., has been given and
<br />made, and a hearing thereon has been had by the Village Council:
<br />MOX, THZP&FOEE, Bi3 IT F;ISSOLV..D by the Village Council of the Village
<br />of %dina, Remepin County, 1-linnasota that: I T'hat portion of 8.49.:- Street described as follo.F7s :
<br />of the East Sixty-Eight and Seventy-Six One-Eundredths Feet
<br />(68.76 at.) of that part of 2.49% Street abutting the South
<br />boundary of ths tract of land described as 'Lot 1, Replat of
<br />Lot 6, Block I, Lund-Kmsd Addition, and the 'I.Jest 35 Feet of
<br />the East 172 Feet of the South 125 Feet of the North 272.5
<br />Feet of Lot 35, Auditor's Subdivision No. 172',''
<br />The 2lorth One and Twenty-Five One-Hundredths Feet (1.25 Fc . )
<br />shall be and hereby Ts vacated.
<br />Uotion for adopeion of tha Resolution was se by Dickson, and on Rollcall there
<br />sen, aye; and the Rasolution was ad
<br />PETITIGJ PlGSZiJTED FOR STRtET IflIPROVENENTS IN "THZ HXIGHTS-LA3UELJA VISTA" ABSA:
<br />STORE1 SINEB STUDY TO BE W. Eiessrs. L.B. Strachan, 6617 Galway Drive, and E.
<br />S. Ruhlmzy, 6601 Hillside Lane, presented a substantial petition, as follows:
<br />Galway Dri17e from Brook Drive to T.7.66th Street; W.GSth St., Antrim Rd.
<br />FOR COBCTGTE CUPS, &*ID GUTTER ANQ BLACKTOPPING AND/OR CONCRBTE PAVIKG 114
<br />to Limzricl: Lane; T.7.6Gth St. , County Road No. 39 to Limerick Lane;
<br />Nillside Lane, tI.70th St. to W.66th St.; Limerick Lane, Ta.70th St. to
<br />W.66th St. ; Brook Drive, NcGuire Road to Limzrick Lane.
<br />citing, also , earlier petitions for improvemznts in ChapelDrive , and in Lim2rick
<br />Lane. Stating that they ars not speaking for any group, as such, that they want
<br />only to speak in support of the most recently filed petition, sponsors of petition
<br />told Council that it is signed by owners of 51.SX of the property abutting the
<br />streets; that, considering all petitions filed to date for this area, 151 people
<br />have signed for street iqrovemznts, representing opmership of 60% of the 252
<br />lots in Lhe area. Stating that it has been reported to then by the Village
<br />that a storm sever vi11 ba needed before Street Improvements can be accomplished,
<br />they asked that a study bs made of these needs and the people of the area be
<br />informed of the results.
<br />constructed in 11.70tl.r SLreet, as part of the improvemznt of that street under
<br />Uanager Hyde explained that a storm sewer sill be