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<br />HINUTES OF THE REGULAR NEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1965,
<br />EDINA VILLAGE HALL
<br />ROLLCALL was answered by members Macl.iillan, Tupa, VanValkenburg and Bredesen.
<br />ATTORNEY'S REMARKS ON RE-ASSESSMENT POLICY NOTED.
<br />in advising them relative to Storm Sewer No. 80 at the meeting of October 4, on
<br />conditions by which Council could call for a Re-assessment Hearing, he neglected to
<br />mehtion that this action for re-assessment could also be taken if Council considered.
<br />the assessment excessive ,
<br />remarks were merely noted for the record. Mr. Whitlock stated that he had also given
<br />this information to Mr. Thorpe's attorney.
<br />Mr. Ilhitlock informed Council that
<br />This condition, however, did not exist and Mr. Glhitlock' s
<br />SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS LEVIED ON VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS. , Clerk presented Affidavits of
<br />Mailing and of Publication in the Edina-Morningside Courier, which Affidavits were
<br />approved as to form and ordered placed on file.
<br />Hearings were conducted and action was taken by the Council as hereinafter recorded:
<br />Pursuant to due notice given, Public
<br />PROPOSED- ASSESStENT FOR STREET IWROVEt4ENT NO. B-76 APPROVED,
<br />was presented-by blanager Hyde who gave the cost of $5,451.60 to be assessedon 1,320
<br />Tabulation of assessment
<br />Sssessable feet. at a cost of $4.13-per assessable foot.
<br />offer objections at the meeting and none had been presented prior thereto.
<br />motion for approval of Special Assessment No. B-76 was seconded by VanValkenburg and
<br />unanimously carried,
<br />No persons were present to
<br />(See Resolution Ordering Improvement later in Minutes . )
<br />PROPOSED ASSESSMENT FOR STREET 114PROVEbSENT NO, S-3 APPROVED.
<br />was presented by ldr. Hyde who gave the total construction cost at $5,685.16 to be
<br />assessed la-t+$3i364-,~e~?,.iissessahle foa2 on 1,690 assessable feet .
<br />presented at Hearing and none had been received prior ther-to,
<br />offered the following Resolution.and moved its adoption:
<br />Tabulation of assessment
<br />No objectibns were
<br />VanValkenburg then
<br />RESOLUTION ADOPTING AND CONFLRi.fING ASSESSbENTS FOR
<br />STIEET IMPROVEMENTS NOS. B-76 AND S-3
<br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, as follows:
<br />assessment rolls for the improvements hereinafter referred to, and at such hearings
<br />held on October 18, 1965, has considered all oral and written objections presented
<br />against the levy of such assessmentsI
<br />office of the Village Clerk for the Street Improvements Nos. B-76 and S-3 does not
<br />exceed the local benefits conferred by said improvements upon the lot, tract or parcel
<br />of Land so assessed, and a11 of said.assessments are hereby adopted and confirmed as
<br />the proper assessments on account of said respective improvements to be spread against
<br />the benefited lots, parcels and tracts of land described therein.
<br />The assessments shall be payable in five equal annuaL installments, the first
<br />installment to be payable in 1966, and all unpaid installments shall bear interest at
<br />the rate of 6.05% per annum.
<br />The Village Clerk shall forthwith prepare and transmit to the County Auditor
<br />a copy of this resolution and a certified duplicate of said assessments, with each
<br />then unpaid installment and interest set forth separately, to be extended on the tax
<br />lists of the County in accordance with this resolution.
<br />payable by a county, a political subdivision or by the owner of any right-of-way, as
<br />required by Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.061, Subdivision 4, and if any such
<br />assessment is not paid in a single installment, the Village Treasurer shall arrange
<br />for collection thereof in installments, as set forth in said section.
<br />Motion for adoption of the Resolution was seconded
<br />four ayes and no nays and the Resolution was ado
<br />ATTEST :
<br />1. The Village has given notice of hearings as required by law on the proposed
<br />2, Each of the assessments as set Eorth in the assessment rolls on file in the
<br />5. The Clerk shall also mail notice of any special assessments whikh may be
<br />a11 there were
<br />IIPROVELGNT NO. 765 REFERRED TO VILLAGE ATTORNEY RELATIVE TO SPECIAL ASSESSMENT,
<br />Mr. Hyde informed Council that this improvement was for the removal of a house at
<br />5820 St. Johns Avenue in the amount of $335.00 to be levied against Lot 6, Block a,
<br />Fairfax Addition. Mr. Hyde stated that Earl A. Carlson, owner of the property, had
<br />protested that only $100 could be assessed.
<br />by Tupa, and unanimously carried, the assessment was referred to Attorney Whitlock
<br />for clarification as to whether or not $100 could be )charged for each of three
<br />nuisances: one for the removal of the house, one for removal of the basement, and
<br />one for filling in the backyard.
<br />By motion of VanValkenburg, seconded