<br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY ,
<br />SEPTEMBER 23, 1963, AT 7:OO P.N., AT
<br />THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL
<br />Members answering Rollcall were MacMillan, Rixe, Tupa, VanValkenburg and Bredesen.
<br />MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of September 9, 1963, were approved as submitted,
<br />by motion VanValkenburg, seconded by Macblillan and carried.
<br />REVISED PLANS FOR HERITAGE BOARDING HOME APPROVED.
<br />on the proposed Revised Plans for Heritage Boarding Home as first presented to
<br />Council by Planning Director Hite on July 22; being for a four-story building,
<br />rather than the 2-1/2 story building first approved.
<br />that he had contacted neighbors in accordance with Councills July 22nd directive,
<br />There were no objections from the floor, and the Clerk had received no written
<br />objections prior to this Hearing.
<br />Planning Commissionls recommendation was seconded by VanValkenburg and carried.
<br />Public Hearing was conducted
<br />Mr. Hite iFformed Council
<br />Planning Commission's recommendation is
<br />Tupa's motion for approval of Revised Plan in accordance with
<br />LOTS 15, 16, 17, 18 AND 19, BLOCK 3, BROOKVIEN HEIGHTS THIRD ADDITION REZONED
<br />FRObI OPEN DEVELOPNENT DISTRICT TO R-2 MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT.
<br />was conducted on the petition of 14r. cb Db Jagobson for the Rezoning from Open
<br />Development District to R-2 14ultiple Residence District of Lots 15 to 19 inclusive,
<br />Block 3, Brookview Heights Third Addition, being five lots abutting W.70th Street
<br />on the north, across from the NSP building.
<br />the Planning Commission has .Tecommended favorably on this petition; that theSe
<br />five lots will be replatted into either three or four tracts with a minimum
<br />frontage of 100 feet. There were no objections registered at the Hearing, and
<br />the Clerk had received no written objections prior thereto. Notice of Hearing
<br />was pasred on officiaL-Village Eulletin'boards, and copies of notice mailed to
<br />affected property owners. Trustee Tupa inquired as to whether Village will
<br />receive the rear of these lots for park purposes, and Mr. Hite replied that
<br />owner will make this dedication of land.
<br />moving that Council dispense with second reading and adopt Ordinance as submitted:
<br />Public Hearing
<br />Planning Director Hite told Council
<br />MacMillan offered the following Ordinance,
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-77
<br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 261 (ZONING
<br />ORDINANCE) OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, ESTABZISHING
<br />R-2 MULTIPLE REXIDENCE DISTRICT
<br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: .
<br />Section 4 (Multiple Residence District) of Ordinance No. 261 of revised ordiy
<br />nances of the Village of Edina, as amended, is hereby further amended by adding
<br />the following sub-paragraph:
<br />I Section 1. Paragraph 1, f4ultiple Residence District Boundaries, of
<br />District R-2 :
<br />"(1) Lots 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19; Block 3, Brookview Heights Third Addition.
<br />Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from.and
<br />after its passage and publication according to law,
<br />waiver of second reading and
<br />Motion for/adoption of OrdLnanbei was seconded by &pa, and on Rollcall there were
<br />five ayes and no nays, as follows: MacMill
<br />VanValkenburg, aye; and Bredesen, aye; and nance was
<br />SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LEVIED FOR STORM SEUER IMPROVEMENT NO. 67. Action on this
<br />proposed Special Assessment had been delayed pending Engineer's investigation of
<br />the complaint registered September 9, at Public Hearing, by Mrs. J. A. Faching,
<br />5928 France Avenue, that her property is not benefited by the improvement because
<br />it does not drain to the sewer, Village Engineer tlegner reported that elevations
<br />have been run, giving evidence that property does definitely drain to sewer, and
<br />that he has so reported to Mrs. Faching this afternoon.
<br />nothing to do but to recommend that this property remain a part of the benefited
<br />district and be assessed for the improvement.
<br />Assessment for Storm Sewer Improvement No. 67 be approved as originally tabulated,
<br />was seconded by Tupa and unanimously carried. (See Resolution of later in Neeting,
<br />He added that there is
<br />VanValkenburg's motion, that
<br />Adopting and Confirming Assessment) . ."
<br />PUBLIC HEARING ON SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR STFEET IMPROVEMENT NO. BA-50 CONTINUED
<br />TO OCTOBER 7, FOR REPORT OF CHURCH ACTION. Hearing on this proposed assessment
<br />had been continued from September 9, pursuant to a request that the property of
<br />Good Samaritan Methodist Church be assessed for its full footage. Manager Hyde
<br />reported that a survey has shown that in dedicating for Wycliffe Road, in order
<br />to provide better lots for the subdivision, the Church stipulated there would be