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7/18/66 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL <br />HELD AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL ON <br />MONDAY, JULY 18, 1966 <br />Members answering Rollcall were Trustees Johnson, MacMillan, Tupa and VanValkenburg <br />who acted as Mayor Pro Tem in the absence of Mayor Bredesen. <br />MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of July 5, 1966, were approved as corrected by <br />Trustee Johnson. Trustee Johnson's corrections were as follows: <br />1. George VanDoren, Jr. request .for? rezoning was approved with the following <br />stipulations: <br />a. <br />b. <br />C. <br />That the words "The Council expressed 'a favorabLe reaction to the Superamerica <br />proposal" be struck from the Minutes as written on page 135 of the Minutes <br />book (Volume 29). <br />Trustee Tupa's motion for approval of the Minutes as corrected was seconded by Trustee <br />MacMillan and unanimously carried. <br />That Engineering Department approve as adequate facilities for <br />handling of sludge, sand and water waste from the car wash, <br />That adequate facilities are provided for stacking 55 or 56 cars. <br />That parking attendant be on duty at a11 times. <br />2. <br />PUBLIC HEARING CONDUCTED ON P ED STREET IMPROVEMENT IN AFUNDSON TERRACE FROM <br />WEST, 70TH STREET TO CAHILL ROAD2 Affidavits of Publication in the Edina-Morningside <br />Courier on July 7 and 14 and of Mailing to affectdd property owners of July 8, 1966, <br />were presented-by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file bymotion of <br />Trustee Johnson, seconded by Trustee Tupa and carried. Mr. Hyde presented total <br />estimated cost for 8" thick Portland Cement Concrete Paving and Concrete Curb and <br />Gutter at $49,842.89 which is proposed to be assessed against an estimated 1,914.92 <br />assessable feet at $26.03 estimated cost per assessable foot, Mr. Paul Schmidt, <br />Owner of the building which is occupied by Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, <br />stated that asphalt street surfacing should be adequate for this street and also <br />protested the fact that access has been eliminated from W, 70th St. to his property. <br />He requested that part of the funds for this project come either from General Funds <br />or from State Aid Funds. <br />pavement, is proposed to be 36 feet wide and was being recommended because of the <br />commercial and industrial traffic which will be using the street, <br />proposed to let this contract with other streets in the area which will be paved <br />with the same material. Mr. Hite stated that because the road needed to be of the <br />width and strength proposed to carry the commercial traffic, he would not recommend <br />use of State Aid funds. Mr. V. B. Edwards, representing Pure Oil Company, stated <br />that he would endorse Mr. Schmidt's remarks. Mr, Raymond Frederick, District Plant <br />Manager of Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, expressed his concern over the loss <br />of parking area because of the necessary cribbing caused by the fact that the street <br />is higher than buildings in the area. <br />cribbing has not as yet been determined, no loss of property will be incurred. <br />Mr. Hyde recalled to Council that when the property owned by Mr. Schmidt was granted <br />a rezoning, promises were made which have not been fulfilled. <br />have been many complaints made by neighbors relative to the manner in which the <br />property is maintained. The original proposal contemplated storage of vehicles <br />only and for bringing the property up to grade in order to eliminate the swamp to <br />the southeast. Mr. Schmidt stated that this swamp is stagnant and asked if something <br />could be done to alleviate this condition. <br />would check the condition of the swamp, but that it is privately owned and unless <br />unsanitary conditions exist no action can be taken by the Village, <br />that alternate bids be taken for both asphalt and concrete street surfacing and assured <br />the gentlemen present that they would be notified before the bids would be awarded.' <br />Trustee Johnson then offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION ORDERING <br />Mr, Hite stated that this would be a nine ton strength <br />He said 9t is-:. <br />Mr. Hite stated that while the method of <br />He stated that there <br />Mr. Hyde stated that the Health Department <br />Mr. Hite suggested <br />STREET IMPROVEMENT NO a E-24 <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 for the following proposed <br />improvement: <br />AND GUTTER IN Amundson Terrace from West 70th Street to Cahill Road, and at the <br />hearing held at the time and place specified in said notice the Council has duly <br />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 <br />improvement including all proceedings which may be necessary in eminent domain for <br />the acquisition of said improvement is hereby designated and shall be referred to <br />in a11 subsequent proceedings as STREET IMPROVEMENT NO. E-24 and the area to be <br />specially assessed therefore shall include Lot 2, Block 1, and Lot I, Block 2, <br />Amundson's Terrace, Parcels #2000 and #2900 in Section 8,. Township 116, Range 21. <br />CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT STREET SURFACING AND PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE (B-6) CURB
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