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<br />I.IIi?UTES OF THE REGULAR MEETIXG OF THE EDIlfA
<br />AT 7:OO P.EI. , AT THE EDIWA VILLAGE HALL
<br />VILLAGE: COUNCIIi, HELD MO:IIDAY, JULY 23, 1962,
<br />Hembers ansr.:ering Rollcall were Dickson , Nacl4illanI Tupa and VanValkenburg
<br />Nayor Pro Tem Dickson presided in Mayor Bredesenls absence.
<br />NOTICATIO;? OF COHTIHUATIOlI OF PUSLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED SANITARY TRUHK SEWER
<br />P.>I~., was, given' @y* FIayor. Pro Tem. Dickson.,
<br />C-L ,EQE!GIOW,,, AIJD, PARKYOOD KNOLLS LATERAL SEVERS TO NOIJDAY , AUGUST 13, AT 7 : 00 '
<br />t.lIl?UTES of the Regular Fleeting of July 9, 1962 were approved as submitted, by
<br />motion VanValkenburg , seconded by 14acIlillan and carried.
<br />PUBLIC. HEAREJGS CONDUCTED. ON PROPOSED, IMPROVEf4EWT PROJECTS,
<br />Affidavit of Publication in Edina-Morningside Courier July 12 and 19, 1962,
<br />of "Notice of Public Hearings", which affidavit was approved and ordered placed
<br />on file.
<br />action takan as hereinafter recorded:
<br />Clerk presented
<br />Pursuant thereto, the following Public Hearings were conducted and.
<br />1. PUBLIC HEARLllG OH PROPOSED CONSTRUCT1011 OF SANITARY LATERAL SEXER
<br />AXP APPURTENAWCES I11 VAi?DERVORi( AVE, FR0.N 250 FT, SOUTIi OF DIVISIOH ST. TO
<br />600_ FT-. S,. OF DIVISION ST.
<br />sewer and area proposed to be assessed therefor, and Hanager Hyde read the
<br />Vu-Graph Slide was shown of route of proposed
<br />-- Engineer's Estimate of Cost at $5,727.57, proposed to be assessed against
<br />14 lots for $409.11 per Lot.
<br />lots have signed petition for improvement,
<br />the Hearing, and none had been received pt.ior thereto.
<br />the following Resolution and moved its adoption:
<br />It was noted that owners of 10 of the 14 affected
<br />There were no objections raised..at
<br />VanValkenburg offered
<br />RESOLUTION ORDERING IMPROVEMENT
<br />SANITARY SEYIER IMPROVENEWT 110. 198
<br />33E IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Village of Edina, I.linnesota, that this
<br />Council heretofore caused notice of hearing to be duly published on the
<br />following proposed improvement:
<br />COZC3TRUCTIO;i OF VILLAGE SAiiITARY SE7IER AND APPURTENAIJCES IN VAifDERVOm
<br />AVE. FR0I.I 250 FT. SOUTH OF DIVISION ST. TO 600 FT, S, OF DIVISIOlT ST.
<br />and at the hearing held at the time and place specified in said notice the
<br />Council has duly considered the views of all persons interested, and being
<br />fully advised of the pertinent facts does hereby determine to proceed with
<br />the construction of said improvement; that said improvement is hereby desig-
<br />nated and shall be referred to in all subsequent proceedings as follor.:s:
<br />and the area to be specially assessed therefor shall include Lots 6 through
<br />12 inclusive, 3lock 2, and Lots 13 through 19 inclusive, Block 3, all in
<br />Cleveland's Subdivision of Emma Abbott Park.
<br />SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEl4EiIT NO , 198
<br />f-lotion for adoption of the Resolution was seconded by I.Iacl.iillan, and on
<br />2, PUgLIC HEARING. O!J, PROPOSED PERFMEI?T STREET SURFACIiJG AND COXCRETE CURL3
<br />Vu-Graph Slide was Ai??, GUTTER, $84, RYAi4 AVE., FF08 kl, 621fD ST., TO VALLEY VIEd ROAD.
<br />shown of route of proposed improvement, and area proposed to be assessed therefor.
<br />Bstimate of Cost was given as $17,089.38, or $13.21 per Assessable Foot for
<br />Portland Cement Concrete Pavement with Integral Curb; $15,675.33, or $12.12 for
<br />Asphalt Concrete Paving, and Concrete Curb and Gutter.
<br />of 11 of the 16 affected properties have signed petition for improvement.
<br />Johnson, 6104 Ryan, who stated he has one of the largest lots on the street,
<br />objected, stating it would be cheaper to oil once a year for 25 years, and that
<br />with the coming storm sewer assessment the costs are just too much for him to ,
<br />consider paying.
<br />along the side of his tract is of no benefit to him. He was informed he will
<br />be assessed for only 1/3 of his side frontage,
<br />connections, and was informed by Hanager that driveway aprons extend into the
<br />curb line but do not come way to the property line.(Tnis was corrected later in
<br />the evening by Public Works Director Gans, who explained that this year's estimates
<br />do include a cost for restoration and repair of driveways which have been constructed
<br />correctly and can connect easily with aprons).
<br />offered at the Hearing, and none had been received prior thereto; and VanValkenburg
<br />offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption:
<br />It was noted that owners
<br />3r, Allivato, 4825 Valley View Road, objected that this road
<br />He inquired as to driveway
<br />There were no other objections