<br />MINUTES OF 'THE REGULAR NEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, APRIL 20, .'.
<br />1964, AT 7:OO P.M., AT EDINA VILLAGE HALL i tIEMBERS answering Rollcall were MacMillan , Rixe , Tupa, VanValkenburg and Bredesen . '
<br />MAYOR ANNOUNCES CONTINUANCE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED STORM SEWER IN BARRIE ROAD,
<br />ETC. , TO MONDAY , MAY 4.
<br />decision to re-study the proposed Storm Sewer in Barrie Road from proposed W.65th St.,
<br />Mayor Bredesen announced that because of an administrative
<br />northerly and then east, etc., that Public Hearing on this project, scheduled for
<br />this meeting, would be continued to Monday, May 4, without discussion this evening.
<br />NINUTES of March 30th Adjourned PortiQn of March 16th Meeting were approved by motion
<br />VanValkenburg, seconded by Tupa and carried.
<br />MINUTES OF APRIL 6TH MEETING AMENDED.
<br />April 6th Regular Meeting of Council be amended by-adding to the second paragraph,
<br />Page 74, Book 27, after the words "and that the costs of this accounting must be added
<br />to regular engineering and overhead costs;" the words, "that total cost could possibly
<br />run as high as 12% of this project",(this .refers to matter of Village-incurred costs
<br />relative to contract for Street Surfacing, Lake Edina Third and Fourth Additions), and
<br />that said amended Minutes of April 6th Regular Meeting be approved.
<br />Tupa and carried.
<br />VanValkenburg then moved that Minutes of the
<br />Motion seconded by
<br />COUi\lCIL CONGRATULATES POLICE AND FIREMEN QN COMPLETION OF COURSES IN ADMINISTRATION .
<br />Congratulations were extended by the Mayor and.Counci1 to the folloHing Village employees:
<br />course in Municipal Fire Administration, by International City Managers Assn,
<br />Municipal Administration, by International City Managers Assn.
<br />offered as Adult Study Course by Edina High School.
<br />so that Police Department is able to assist Fire Department in its fire fighting duties,
<br />thus saving the cost of additional full time paid fire fighters.
<br />FIRE CHIEF CHRIS MITZEL AND FIREHEN E. N. HANSEN AND WM. B. FECK for completion of
<br />POLICE SGT. JAMES H. CRAWFORD, for completion of .course, l"Supervisory Methods of
<br />POLICE SGT. WILLIAM V. HOFFMAN, for completion of course, "Roll of the Supervisor",
<br />Nayor Bredesen added that Police Personnel has now completed its *$integrated training'
<br />COUNCIL ZONES PORTION OF NELSON FARM TO OFFICE BUILDING AND PLANWED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS.
<br />Council conducted Continuation of Public Hearings of March 16 and 30, 1964, on the
<br />Petition of Metro4.S. Construction Company, for Rezoning to R-4 Multiple Residence
<br />District, Office Building District, and Planned Industrial District of certain portions
<br />of the Nelson Farm--all as described in "Notice of Public Hearing", published in Edina-
<br />Morningside Courier March 5 and 12, 1964, posted and mailed to owners of affected
<br />properties; also conducting Public Hearing on new proposal, as recommended by Edina
<br />Planning Commission after the Public Hearing of March 16, to rezone to Planned Industrial
<br />District that portion of the Nelson Farm originally petitioned by Metro-U.S. for rezoning
<br />to R-4 Multiple Residence District.
<br />Public Hearing" published in Edina-Morningside Courier April 9 and 16, 1964, posted and
<br />mailed to owners of affected properties.
<br />Mr, Ray Jones, 5232 W.7Oth Street, told Council he feels now, and tried to make
<br />his opinion clear at the last Hearing, that there is a.definite need €or "pre-zoning" -
<br />in the entire area; that he wants to request that Council ask Planning Commission to
<br />make a study of the entire area, come up with recommendations to the Council--and that
<br />the Council then pass commission's considered recommendations into Ordinance, so that
<br />residents may have some idea what they can expect.
<br />been a meeting between the developers.of the Nelson Farm (now known as "Edina Plaza
<br />Corporation" rather than Metro-U.S.) and ob5ectom to the -prbposed rezoning, and that
<br />as the result of this meeting some agreements have been made; that if permitted to
<br />rezone, the developer has agreed to build a buffer east of Highway 100, filing letter
<br />of intent with Council; and that Mr, E. C. Stow, developer of Lake Edina Additions has
<br />verbally agreed to deed to the Village for highway purposes the one outlot, which will
<br />later be deeded to the corporation which is composed of the property otmers in the
<br />Lake Edina area--Lake Edina, Inc. Letter of intent, dated April 20, 1964, addressed
<br />to Lake Edina, Inc., and signed by Antonio Bernardi, President of Edina Plaza Corporation,
<br />reads as follows:
<br />This latter Hearing was held pursuant to "i?otice of
<br />Mayor Bredesen informed the-audience that since the last Public Hearing there has
<br />"This is to confirm our agreement to build a parapet dirt screen wall along
<br />the East side of Highway #lo0 on outlot # 1, according to Lake Edina Plat.
<br />"This screen parapet wall will be the same height as the present highway
<br />grade and will be constructed from existing earth on outlot 81. Wall will
<br />be constructed in such a manner that after finish sloping and grading, trees
<br />and other landscaping can be'provided by others to create a screen. Lenth
<br />of this wall will be approximately 300 yards; work will be started when
<br />permit is given by the Village allowing such dirt wall to be constructed."
<br />14r. Carl Struck told Council it was his understanding that Mr. Bernardi had also agreed
<br />to the planting of trees on this buffer, but Mr. Bernardi denied this, and it was the
<br />concensus that this had not been a part of the agreement. -