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5/2/66 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDLNA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />MONDAY, MAY 2, 1966 <br />Members answering Rollcall were Trustees Johnson, MacMillan, Tupa, VanValkenburg and <br />Mayor Bredesen. <br />MINUTES of April 18, 1966, were approved as corrected by motion of Tmstee VanValkenburg <br />seconded'by Trustee Tupa and carried, <br />requested a "dust-free street" rather than "permanent sur€aced street" and that the <br />guide-lines to be prepared by Mr. Harriman and Mr. Whitlock relative to recommended <br />assessment policy for Storm Sewer No. 103 would be presented for Council's consideration <br />rather than for its approval. <br />Corrections were that Mr, Tupa, Jr, had <br />WALTER E. JOHNSON, Edina Police Patrolman, received congratulations of Council for <br />having successfully completed a course in Supewisory Methods in Police Administration <br />conducted by the International City Managers ' Association. <br />STUDENT,S-,-FROM SOUTH, VIEW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL were welcomed by Mayor Bredesen <br />GS ON PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS. Affidavits.of Mailing on April 22, 1966, <br />and of publication in the Edina-Morningside Courier on.Apri1 21 and 28, 1966, were <br />presented by Clerk, which affidavits were approved as to form and ordered placed on <br />file, <br />proposed improvements and action was taken by Council as hereinafter recorded: <br />A. CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT STREET SURFACING AND CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER IN THE <br />Pursuant to due notice given, public hearings wece conducted on the following <br />FOLLOWING: .. <br />Millpond Place from Westbrook Lane westerly to east line of Minneapolis, Northfield E <br />Southern Railroad, <br />Stating that this hearing has been continued from Council Meeting of April 18, and that <br />bids had since been received which were lower than the estimate, Mr, Hite presented the <br />revised cost per assessable foot at $9.32 for Permanent Street Surfacing and Concrete <br />Curb and Gutter. <br />and costs estimates were given as follows: <br />As requested at the previous meeting, possible storm sewer mutes <br />1, Running pipe under the railroad tracks to the west, estimated construction <br />cost was presented at $9,142 with an estimated assessable cost of 9+ per <br />square footr <br />Running pipe easterly down Millpond Place toward storm sewer in Westbrook <br />Lane, estimated construction cost was given at $6,901.93 at an estimated <br />cost of 7$ per square foot, <br />Draining easterly down Millpond Place as in the second plan, but extending <br />pipe to include the backyard at 5120 Millpond Place, estimated at $11,835 <br />construction cost and estimated cost per square foot of 12+, * <br />Mr, Hite stated that the Engineering Department recommends only installation of permanent <br />street surfacing and concrete curb and gutter and suggested that at the Assessment <br />Hearing it might be proposed that the properties at 5120 and 5121 Millpond Place be <br />assessed for 69 feet rather than 50 feet because of vacated Pukwana Lane and that the <br />properties at the corner of Millpond Place and Westbrook Lane be assessed only one-third <br />bf their Millpond Place frontage because they have been assessed full €rentage for <br />improvements in Westbrook Lane. <br />of the temporary obstruction, <br />the bridge at T.H, 169-212 and would serve to cause the water to drain northerly along <br />the west side of the tracks, Mr. Hite also stated that the intersection of Interlachen <br />Boulevard and TIHI 169-212 will be improved this summer and that pipes will be installed <br />in Interlachen Boulevard, alleviating a considerable amount of flow from that area. <br />A gentleman in the audience inquired as to which properties would be assessed and was <br />told that only-,Phg abutting properties would be assessed. <br />heard concerning the proposed improvement, <br />sewer in the area seemed inadvisable Trustee VanValkenburg offered the following <br />resolution and moved its adoption: <br />2, <br />3. <br />Mr. Frank Tupa, Jr., asked the location and puppose <br />He was told by Mr. Hite that the obstruction is under <br />No further discussion was <br />Stating that the construction of a storm <br />RESOLUTION ORDERING IMPROVEMENT <br />PERMANENT STREET SURFACING AND <br />C0NCRET.E CURB AND GUTTER NO, BA-96 <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, that this <br />Council heretofore caused notice of hearing to be duly published and mailed to owners <br />of each parcel within the area proposed to be assessed on the following proposed <br />improvement: <br />CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT STREET AND CONCRETE CURB E GUTTER IMPROVEMENT in Millpond <br />Place from Westbrook Lane westerly to east line of Minneapolis, Northfield, E Southern <br />Railroad <br />hd at the hearing held at the time and place specified in said notice the Council has <br />duly considered the views of all persons interested, and being fully advised of the <br />pertinent facts does hereby determine to proceed with the construction of said improvement <br />including all proceedings which may be necessary in eminent domain for the acquisition <br />of necessary easements and rights for construction and maintenance of such improvement