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4/24/6 I. 27 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDINA <br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1961, <br />AT 7:OO P.M., AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL <br />-, <br />Members answering Rollcall were Dickson, Tupa, VanValkenburg and Bredesen. <br />h <br />CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT PRESENTED TO POLICE LT. HENRY IJROBLESKI. Mayor <br />Bredesen presented Police Lt. Henry Wrobleski with Certificate of Achievement <br />from International City Manager's Association. <br />MINUTES of Meeting of April 10, 1961, were approved by motion Dickson, seconded <br />by Tupa and carried. <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED STREET IMPROVEMENTS. <br />Publication in Edina-Morningside Courier April 13 and 20, 1961, of "Notice of <br />Public Hearings on Watermain, Concrete Curb and Gutter, and Permanent Street <br />Surfacing and Curb", and reported the mailing of notices of hearings on these <br />proposed improvements to affected property owners. Affidavit was approved as <br />to form, and pursuant to said Notice, the following Public Hearings were <br />conducted, and action taken as hereinafter reported. <br />CURBING: <br />that, to secure the best possible bids on the projects proposed, the Village has <br />combined the streets proposed to -be improved into two groups, based generally on <br />types of soil and amounts of excavation and fill needed to prepare streets for <br />surfacing. He told the group that the Council will not decide tonight the <br />type of improvement to be installed; that, on June 12, bids will be received on <br />two types of surfacing - 1. Bituminous Surface Treatment with Concrete Curb <br />and Gutter; and - 2. Concrete Paving with Integral Curb; that, at that time, <br />the Council will make its decision between the two on the basis of relative <br />costs. In this latter connection, Mr. Hyde reported that the Village will pay <br />ten percent of the cost of the proposed Concrete Paving, should the decision be <br />for this type of surfacing, because Council feels maintenance costs are at least <br />ten percent less than with the Bituminous Surface Treatment. <br />heard comments from those interested in the Proposed Construction of Permanent <br />Surfacing and Curbing in the group of streets designated on the Agenda for this <br />Meeting as "Group If'. <br />listing Estimated Cost per Street, providing each of the street groups numbered <br />1 through 12 below is considered a separate street improvement and bids are <br />taken separately for each; together with an Estimate of <br />the latter being a Total of $237,524.16, or $7.90 per Assessable Foot for Bituminous <br />Surface Treatment with Concrete Curb and Gutter, or $222,143.48, or $7.68 per <br />Assessable Foot for Concrete Pavement with Integral Curb. <br />asked for comments from those interested; and, for the purpose of these minutes, <br />comments received will be listed, and action recorded in the order in which the <br />various streets proposed to be improved were listed on the agenda for this meeting. <br />A-1 - Larkspur Lane from Hwy.#lOO to Trillium Lane; Aspasia Lane from <br />Hwy.#lOO to Larkspur Lane; Trillium Lane from Hwy.#lOO to Larkspur Lane; Lantana <br />Lane from Hwy.#lOO to Trillium Lane. Mr. William H. Gallup, 4809 Trillium Lane, <br />told Council tIiat at the time the petition was circulated for street improvements <br />at least 50% of the property owners were in favor of Concrete Paving, without <br />Munore, 4805 Aspasia Lane, asked if contract will include connection with private <br />driveways. Manager Hyde told him that contract will include only pavement to the <br />curb line, and radius return; that this leaves a gap of some eight to ten feet, <br />which is the responsibility of the property owner. Asked if the Village could <br />negotiate this work, Mr. Hyde stated that the Village can get a price from the <br />contractor but does not want this as part of the contract. <br />objections to the proposed improvement. <br />Ordering Improvement, etc.) <br />Trillium,Lane from Zlibiscus Ave. to Larkspur Lane; Monardo Lane from Hibiscus Ave. <br />to Trilsium Lane; Phlox Lane from Hibiscus Ave. to and including turn-around. <br />Mr. E. C. Stow objected to surfacing, now, while there are many lots in the <br />area still unimproved. Manager Hyde told Council that, because of a contract <br />with the developers--which requires street surfacing by the developers within <br />two years of installation of sewer and water--he would suggest that this proposed <br />project be elimiqated from "Group 1" until such time as negotiations are <br />concluded with the developer. He told Council Hearing had been initiated <br />pursuant to requests from property owners. for the improvement. Mr. J. H. <br />Thompson, 4813 Hibiscus, told Council that he and his neighbors have paid a <br />$600 deposit for street surfacing; that they want the work done. Mr. Stow <br />told Council that he is still owner of more than 51% of the property. <br />motion eliminating this proposed improvement from "Group I" pending negotiations <br />with developers for its inclusion, was seconded by VanValkenburg and carried. <br />Clerk presented Affidavit of <br />1. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT SURFACING AND <br />With the use of a Vu-Graph Slide, Manager Hyde explained to the audience <br />A. "GROUP I". After the foregoing preliminary explanation, Council <br />Copies of costs had been mailed with Notices of Hearings, <br />Cost for entire "Group I", <br />Mayor Bredesen then <br />knowing the cost; that he feels this sentiment still prevails. Mr. 14arahall L <br />There were no <br />(See Resolution of later in Meeting, <br />A72 - Hibiscus Ave. from Hwy.#lOO to 148' E. of West Shore Drive; <br />fi <br />Dickson's