<br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDINA VILLAGE
<br />COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY,, NOVEMBER 18, 1963, AT 7:OO P.1'.
<br />AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL.
<br />Members answering Rollcall were MacMillan, Rixe, Tupa, VanValkenburg and Bredesen.
<br />Motion by VanValkenburg, that Minutes of the Regular Meeting of Monday, November 4,
<br />be approved with the following'amendments:
<br />Referred to Village Attorney.3 3 w amended as to the sentqnceiwhich begins llIt was
<br />reported that, hac3 land €0~ Nycliffe Road been condemned, condemnation costs and
<br />award would have been about $1,000, to read "It was reported that had land for
<br />Wycliffe Road been condemned;'land value would have been about $1,000";
<br />Assessment Relief on Storm Sewer Refused: Private Road to Receive No Maintenance"
<br />be amended as to Title and substance by adding after the word "maintenance" both
<br />in Title and in last sentence, the words "Nor Shoveling".
<br />was seconded by Tupa and carried.
<br />1. Paragraph 5, Page 242, Baok 26, entitled "Street Improvement BA-50 Assessment
<br />2. Paragraph 2, Page 244, Book 26, entitled "Glockner Request for Special
<br />COUNCIL LEVIES ASSESSMENT FOR 1963 OILING IMPROVEMENT, Pursuant to llNotice of
<br />Assessment Hearing on Street Oiling for 1963", published in Edina-Morningside Courier
<br />October 31 and November 7, and Notice mailed to owners of all affected properties,
<br />Mayor called public hearing on the proposed assessment for Oiling of several streetg
<br />during 1963, all streets having been contained in Notice, and on Page No. 245 of
<br />Minutes Book. Tabulation of Assessment was read by Manager Hyde as $4,662.54 Total,
<br />proposed to be assessed against 24,539.7 Assessable Feet, for $,19 per Foot--which is
<br />two cents,+per foot less than Last year.
<br />Hearing, and none had been received prior thereto. Complimenting the Public Works
<br />crew on the fine job done this year, Trustee Tupa offered the following Resolution
<br />and moved its adoption:
<br />RESOLUTION ADOPTING AND CONFIRMING ASSESSMENT
<br />There were no objections offered at the
<br />1963 OILING IMPROVEMENT
<br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Vilkage Council of the Village of Edina, Hinnesota, as follows:
<br />1, It is hereby found, determined and declared that the proposed assessment for
<br />1963 OILING IMPROVEMENT has been calculated in accordance with the provisions of
<br />Minnesota Statutes Sections 429.051 and 429.061; that notice has been duly published
<br />and mailed, as required by law, that this Council would meet to hear and pass upon
<br />a11 objections, if any, to amend said proposed assessment as might be necessary, and
<br />to adopt the same by resolution; that said proposed assessment has at all times'since
<br />its filing been open for public inspection, and opportunity has been given to all
<br />interested persons to present their objections; and that each of the lots, pieces and
<br />parcels of land enumerated in the assessment was and is specially benefited by the
<br />construction of the improvement for which such assessment is levied in the amount set
<br />opposite the description of each such lot, piece and parcel of land, respectively.
<br />The amounts so set out are hereby levied against the respective lots, pieces
<br />and parcels of land described in said assessment, and said proposed assessment is
<br />hereby adopted and confirmed as the proper special assessment for said improvement.
<br />The assessment against each lot, tract or parcel, together with the interest accruing
<br />on the full amount thereof from time to time unpaid, at the rate of five percent per
<br />annum from the date of this resolution, shall be lien concurrent with general taxes
<br />upon the property described therein and all thereof.
<br />ment shall be payable in one installment, said installment, together with interest on
<br />the entire assessment from the date hereof to December 31, 1964, to be payable,with
<br />the general taxes for the year 1963.
<br />Prior to certification of the assessment to the County Auditor, the owner of
<br />any lot, piece or parcel of land assessed hereby may pay the whole of such assessment
<br />or any installment thereof without interest to the Village Treasurer and thereafter
<br />such payment may be made with accrued interest, to the County Treasurer; provided that
<br />if any assessments or installments thereof be prepaid to the Village Treasurer, he shall
<br />promptly notify the Village Clerk and County Auditor, and the assessment or installment
<br />so prepaid shall be cancelled on the books of the County Auditor.
<br />The Clerk shall, as soon as may be, prepare and transmit to the County
<br />Auditor a certified duplicate of said asses'sment, with each then unpaid installment and
<br />interest set forth separately, to be extended upon the proper tax lists of the County,
<br />and the County Auditor shall thereafter cause said assessment to be collected in the
<br />manner provided by law. Said duplicate shall be designated as the "ASGESSMENT ROLL FOR
<br />1963 OILING IMPROVEMENT", and all amounts collected in respect of the assessments
<br />therein contained shall be similarly designated by the County Treasurer and remitted to
<br />. the Village Treasurer and by her cre,dited to the Permanent Improvement Revolving Fund.
<br />Motion for adoption of the Resolution was seconde cMillan, and on Rollcall there
<br />were five ayes and no nays, as follows:
<br />VanValkenburg, aye; and Bredesen, aye; and the
<br />The total amount of such assess-
<br />MacMill Rixe, aye; Tupa, aye;