<br />CLAIS. PAID. Tupa's motion for payment of the following Claims as per Pre List,
<br />dated January 4, 1965, as seconded by Macl4W.an and carried:
<br />Construction Fund, $2,512.16; Park Fund E Golf Course Fund, $471.10; Water Fund,
<br />$81.75; Liquor Fund, $27,182.90; Sewer Rental Fund, $68.00; Improvement Funds,
<br />$441.89 j Tot a1 , $31,15 6 . 43 .
<br />General Fund, $398.63;
<br />The meeting's agenda having been covered, MacNillan moved for adjournment .
<br />seconded by VanValkenburg and carried.
<br />Meeting adjourned at 7: 35 P.M. a!&.- Village ALd* Clerk
<br />NINUTES OF THE REGULAR bGETING OF THE
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1965, AT
<br />EDINA VILLAGE HALL
<br />. ROLLCALL was answered by Nembers MacMillan, Tupa, VanValkenburg, and Bredesen;
<br />Rixe being absent.
<br />MINUTES of the Regular Meetings of December 7 and 21, 1964, January 4, 1965,
<br />and the Special Meeting of December 29, 1964, were approved, with the following
<br />amendments, by VanValkenburg's motion, seconded'by Tupa and carried:
<br />Claim for Boulevard Improvements, December 7, 1964, (page 7 of this
<br />Minutes Book). Council was further advised by the VilLage Attorney that the
<br />Village could not legally make payment on the claim,
<br />Vacation of a Portion of Valley View Road, January 4, 1965, (page 20
<br />of this Minutes Book). VanValkenburg's motion that the vacation Resolution be
<br />adopted was conditioned by the requirement that petitioner, Dayton Development
<br />Company, reimburse the Village for the cost of the survey presented at the
<br />this I.iinutes Book). VanVaikenburg's motion that the permit be granted to
<br />J. A. Danens E Son, Inc. included the stipulation that the firm furnish a
<br />$25,000.00 performance bond in addition to the other requirements of Ordinance
<br />3. J. A. Danens & Son, Inc. ldining Permit, January 4, 1965, (page 21 of
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<br />PUBLIC. HEARING 0.N. SPECIAL PERMIT FOR CONVALESCENT HOE CONTINUED. TO. FEBRUARY 1.
<br />.Clerk presented Affidavits of Publication of Notice of Hearing in the Edina-
<br />Morningside Courier on January 7 and 14, 1964, Affidavit of Posting of said
<br />Notice on three Village bulletin boards on January 5, 1965, and Affidavit of
<br />Mailing of said Notice to all properties within 500 feet on January 5, 1965.
<br />Mr. Hite requested that the Hearing be continued to February 1, 1965, because
<br />the Minnesota Department of Health and Hennepin County had not been advised
<br />of the proposal, and that the preliminary consent of these offices would be
<br />adviseable. No persons were present to be heard on thermatter.
<br />moved the continuance of .the Hearing to February 3, 1965, at 7:OO P.M.
<br />was seconded by Tupa and carried.
<br />COUNCIL DENIES PETITIOLT-0 REZONE LOTS 10 E 11, BLOCK 1, BERTELSEN ADDITION
<br />TO R-4.
<br />in the Edina-Morningside Courier on January 7 and 14, 1965, Affidavit of Posting
<br />of said notice on three bulletin boards on January 5, 1965, and Affidavit of
<br />Mailing of said notice to all property owners within 500 feet on January 7, 1965.
<br />Pursuant to-said Notice, public: hearing was held on Minneapolis Builders Supply
<br />Company petition to rezone Lots 10 and 11, Block I, Bertelsen Addition, from
<br />R-3 Multiple Residence District to R-4 Multiple Residence District.
<br />presented a map of the petitioned property and the surrounding area, indicating
<br />the zoning pattern established by the Planning Commission.
<br />that the petitioned property has been recommended by the Planning Commission
<br />to remain zoned R-3 and that the petitian be denied,
<br />be heard on the matter.
<br />denying the petition.
<br />were four ayes and no nays, and the petition was denied.
<br />Clerk presented Affidavits of Publication of Notice of Public Hearing -
<br />Mr. Hite
<br />Mr. Hite reported
<br />No persons were present to
<br />VanValkenburg moved that the present zoning be retained,
<br />Motion was seconded by Madillan, and on Rollcall there
<br />COUNCIL APPROVES PRELIJUNARY AND FINAL PLATS.
<br />the following plats for approval, as indicated, relaying the favorable recommenda-
<br />tions of the Planning Commission on each:
<br />Preliminary and Final. Plat; Fjeldheim Addition, five lots, Final Plat; South
<br />Office Park I Addition, two lots,*Final Plat; and Southdale Acres I1 Addition,
<br />Final Plat. Tupa moved the plats be "approved as recommended by the Planning
<br />Commission. Motion was seconded by VanValkenburg and carried unanimously.
<br />Mr. Hite presented to the Council
<br />The Heights VI Addition, two Lots,