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1-3-66 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE . ' <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1966 <br />mbers answering Rollcall were Trustees Johnson, MaclYillan, Tupa, VanValkenburg <br />d Mayor Bredesenr <br />. <br />THS 0F.OFFICE were administered by the Clerk to Hayor Arthur C. Bredesen, Jr., <br />ose term of office will expire on January 1, 1968, and to Councilman Richard C. <br />hnson whose term of office runs to January 1, 1969, <br />NUTES of the Regular Meeting of December 20, 1965, were approved by motion of <br />pa, seconded by MacMillan and carried. <br />NITARY, SEWER NOr 226 ASSESSMENT,APPROVED. <br />sessment hearing for Sanitary Sewer No. 226 which is located on RolLing Green <br />Mr. Hite inforriled Council that this <br />rkway, had been-continued from the November 15 Council Meetingr <br />sessment should be levied because of the fact that Mr. Robert W, Carlson, <br />04 Merilane, owner of Lots 5 and 6, Block 1, Carlson's Park Addition, had <br />ready been assessed for a sanitary sewer connection on Interlachen Boulevard. <br />b Melvin Moody, attorney for Mr, Carlson, stated that in November, 1964, he had <br />oken with Mr. Hite and informed him that' Mr. Carlson had offered at that time <br />sign a deed restriction which would prevent the property from being divided. <br />that time, Mr, Hite had suggested that, because certain dollar figures had <br />be inserted before a deed restriction could be signed, a letter indicating the <br />tent of Mr. Carlson as to the non-division of his property would be sufficient, . Hite stated that the agreement had been accepted generally, but that no <br />rmal acceptance had been made by Council. <br />een Parkway, petitioner for the sewer, stated that Mr. Carlson had not considered <br />e non-division of property until after the assessment had been Levied, Mr. Moody <br />en showed Mr, Bundgaard a copy of a letter written to MP. Hire on November 13, <br />64, which declared that Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson agreed to restrict the use <br />After reading <br />e letter, Mr, Bundgaard stated that he considered the matter closed and that <br />e Declaration of Non-Division of Property be formally accepted, which motion <br />s seconded by Mr, Tupa and carried, Mr. Johnson abstaining from voting. <br />At the time <br />the Improvement Hearing, there had been considerable discussion as to how the <br />Mr, Ernest Bundgaard, 4912 Rolling <br />Lots 5 and 6, Block 1, Carlson's Park, to one building site. <br />was relatively inexpensive sewer after allr MP. VanValkenburg then moved that <br />VanValkenburg then offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION ADOPTING AND CONFIRMING ASSESSMENT <br />FOR SANITARY SEVER NO. 226 <br />IT RESOLVED by-the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, as <br />llows : <br />sessment roll for the improvement hereinafter referred to, and at such hearing <br />Id on Monday, January 3, 1966, has considered all oral and written objections <br />esented against the levy of such assessment. <br />1. The Village has given notice of hearing as required by law on the proposed <br />2, The assessment as set forth in the assessment rolls on file in the office <br />the Village Clerk for Sanitary Sewer No. 226 does not exceed the 1ocal.benefits <br />nferred by said improvement upon the lot, tract or parcel of land so assessed, <br />d all of said assessments are hereby adopted and consirmed as the proper <br />sessments on account of said respective improvements to be spread against the <br />nefited lots, parcels and tracts of land described therein in Plan Nor 3. <br />er a period of ten years, with first year payable with the taxes for the year 1965 <br />yable in 1966, with interest on the entire assessment at the rate of 5% per annum <br />om the date of the resolution levying the assessment to December 31, 1966. To <br />ch subsequent installment will be added interest at the same rate €or one year on <br />lunpaid installments. The owner of the property assessed for the improvement <br />y pay the whole of the assessment without interest to the Village Treasurer on <br />before December 15,. 1965, or make payment with accrued interest to the County <br />easurer . <br />4. <br />ditor a copy of this resolution and a certified duplicate of said assessments, <br />th the tax list of the County in accordance with this resolution, <br />5.- The Clerk shall also mail notice of any special assessments which may be <br />yable by a county, by a political subdivision or by the owner of any right-of-way.' <br />required by Minnesota Statutes, Section 429,061, Subdivision 4, and if any such <br />sessment is not paid in a single installment, the Village Treasurer shall arrange <br />P coll-ection thereof in installments, as set forth in said section. <br />3. The assessments shall be payable in ten equal consecutive annual installments <br />The Village Clerk shall forthwith prepare and transmit to the County <br />..