<br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE EDINA
<br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY , JUIJE 15, 1964 ,
<br />AT 7:OO P.M. ,AT THE EDIiSA VILLAGE HALL
<br />Members answering Rollcall were MacMillan, Rixe, Tupa, VanValkenburg and Bredesen.
<br />WATERWORKS SUPT. , BEN WOEHLER, COi/MEWDED BY COUNCIL FOR TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE TO
<br />VILLAGE. On behalf of himself and the Council. Mavor Bredesen reconnized and commended -.I Y
<br />Ben Woehler, Waterworks Superintendent, for twenty years' service to Edina.
<br />MINUTES of the Regular Village Council Meeting of June 1, 1964, were approved as
<br />submitted, by motion VanValkenburg, seconded by Rixe and carried.
<br />COUNCIL HAS FIRST READING OF COMNERCIAL ZONING DISTRICT (C-l,C-2 ,C-3 ,C-4) AMEIJDLENT
<br />TO ZONING ORDIWANCE.
<br />conducted on the proposed "Commercial Zoning District (C-l,C-2 ,C-3 ,C-4)" Amendment to
<br />the Village Zoning Ordinance. Planning Director Hite reported that while he had
<br />received no written objections, he had received suggestions from some interested
<br />property owners relative to the terminology of the proposed ordinance; and the
<br />Council had a forty-five minute review of the suggestions received by Hr. Hite, as
<br />well as the requests for clarification, and suggestions, by Trustee VanValkenburg.
<br />Public Hearing, continued from the Regular Heeting of June 1, was
<br />PEARCE SISTERS GET CLARLFICATION OF EFFECT OF PROPOSED ORDIIJANCE OLI THEIR
<br />of Village Attorney Hasselquist, and now formally inquires, "Is the proposed
<br />IYlr. John Daubney told Council he had already informally inquired
<br />ordinance intended to existing Community Store Zoning?"
<br />represents the Misses Katherine and Harie E. Peace.
<br />Attorney Whitlock reported that he had discussed this question with both
<br />Mr. Hasselquist and Mr. Hite, and that "The proposed ordinance will affect
<br />as of this time no parcel of land in Edina, but khat at some time parcels
<br />of land will have to be re-classified--and may, or may not, be put into
<br />this District.
<br />Mr. Daubney
<br />Acting Village
<br />Attorney Daubney agreed that this was his interpretation
<br />General agreement was had on the suggestions made by Messrs. Hite and VanValkenburg,
<br />and discussion turned to Trustee Rixe's objection to the limitation of 9,000 square
<br />feet maximum gross floor area for business establishments in the C-1 District.
<br />Saying it is impossible to predict trends in merchandising, Mr. Rixe told Council
<br />that this limitation will prohibit the old "general store" type of establishment,
<br />which is now becoming so popular in other parts of the country.
<br />this limitation be changed to 12,000 square feet. Nr. Hite reported that while he
<br />believes the Planning Commission will not be averse to this change, the Commission
<br />does feel that there should be some limitation--that it is the intent of the
<br />ordinance to do away with the establishment of single-use type in areas not now
<br />zoned; that the ordinance provides for development of integrated centers, rather
<br />than for a collection of scattered small developments. Mr. Hite added that the
<br />ordinance provides 'permission for single stores in existing commercial districts ,
<br />adjacent to existing commercial district, or within a planned commercial district.
<br />It was informally agreed that the change suggested by Mr. Rixe be incorporated into
<br />the proposed Ordinance, and Trustee VanValkenburg moved that the Council accept the
<br />First Reading of the revised COMMERCIAL ZONING DISTRICT (C-19C-2,C-3,C-4) AMENDMENT
<br />to the Village Zoning Ordinance, and schedule the Second Reading thereof for
<br />Monday, July 6, 1964,
<br />He asked that I
<br />Motipn was seconded by Tupa and was unanimously carried.
<br />3501 W454TH STREET REZONED TO R-2 MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT AFTER PUBLIC HEARING.
<br />Public Hearing was conducted on the petition of Mr. Leo McClellan, 3501 W.54th Street,
<br />for the rezoning of Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, Ivandale Park Near Lake Harriet (3501 \?.54th
<br />Street) from Open Development District (Non-Conforming Use) to "R-2 14ULTIPLE RESIDENCE
<br />DISTRICT1l , pursuant to "Notice of Public Hearing", published in Edina-Norningside
<br />Courier, posted, and mailed to owners of affected properties.
<br />explained that the purpose of the petitioned rezoning is to permit Mr. McClellan to
<br />convert his neighborhood grocery to a duplex, and that the Planning Commission nas
<br />recommended favorably on the request. There were no objections from the floor, and
<br />no written objections had been received &ior thereto.
<br />petition signed by several near neighbors, in favor of the proposal.
<br />the following Ordinance, moving that'council dispense with second reading and adopt
<br />Ordinance as submitted:
<br />Planning Director Hite
<br />Mr. kClellan presented a
<br />Rixe offered
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-86
<br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 261 (ZOIJING ORDINANCE )
<br />OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, ESTABLISHING ADDITIOiJAL
<br />R-2 HULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT
<br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS:
<br />Section 1. Paragraph 1, Multiple Residence District Boundaries, of
<br />Section 4 (IYlultiple Residence District) of Ordinance No. 261 of revised ordinances of
<br />the Village of Edina, as amended, is hereby further amended by adding the following
<br />sub-paragraph :
<br />District R- 2
<br />"(2) Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, Ivandale Park Near Lake Harriet.