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9/19/66 <br />MINUTES OF THE FZGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT THE VILLAGE HALL ON <br />IIONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1966 <br />Members answering, rollcall were Trustees Johnson, Nad5iLlan <br />Mayor Bredesen. <br />Tupa, VanValkenburg and <br />EDI?IA,PLAZA CORPORATION 2ONING.REQUEST APPROVED. <br />1966, and of Publication in the Edina-Morningside Courier on September 8, 1966, were <br />Affidavits of Mailing on September 9, <br />presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />presented request of Edina Plaza Corporation to rezone property in the proposed <br />Edina Interchange Center, Second Addition, from Open Development District R-1 to <br />Planned Industrial District, <br />is adjacent to the N.N. E S. Railroad and the Edina Interchange Center. The proposal <br />is in conformance with the oven-all plan for office or industrial zoning in the area <br />between the Railroad and Nine Mile Creek. He further stated that Planning Commission <br />had recommended that the rezoning be approved. <br />audience. Waiving Second Reading, Trustee Tupa offered Ordinance No. 261-138 for <br />adoption with the stipulat5on that publication be withheld pending -final approval <br />Mr, Hite <br />Nr. Hite stated that this twenty acre tract of lan-d <br />No discussion was offered from .the <br />of the plat, as follows: .. <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-138 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 261 <br />(ZONING ORDINANCE) OF THE VILLAGE OF EDLNA <br />ESTABLISHING AN ADDITIONAL PLANNED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT <br />THE.VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Paragraph 2, "Boundaries of Planned Indstrial District" of <br />Section 10 (Planned Industrial District) of Ordinance 261 of revised ordinances of <br />the Village of Edina, as amended, is hereby further amended by adding after <br />subparagraph (1) of said paragraph 2, the following subparagraph: <br />"(m) <br />I. Addition" <br />Section, 2. <br />Lot One (1) and Lot Two (2), Block One (l), Edina Interchange Second <br />This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and-after <br />its passage and publication according to law. <br />Motion for adoption of the ordinance was secon <br />there were five ayes and no nays and the or <br />rustee Madlillan and on rollcall <br />*I <br />JOSEPH RUZIC.?EQUEST FOR REZ0NING.GRANTED FIRST READING. Affidavits of Mailing on <br />September 9 and of Publication in the Edina-Morningside Courier on September 8, 1966, <br />were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Mr. Hite <br />presented request of Mr, Joseph Ruzic for R-2 rezoning on a parcel of land located <br />ad-jacent to the proposed East Frontage Road of County Road 18 between Valley View <br />Road and Sioux Trail. The property, which is capable of being subdivided into about <br />ten or twelve double bungalow lots, is bounded on the east by a drainage way located <br />at the rear of the Sally Lane lots and on the north by an outlot reserved for storm <br />drainage. <br />of the rezoning request. <br />represents the neighborhood association in the area and requestedthat the value and <br />square footage of the proposed double bungalows be in keeping with the homes in the <br />area. Mr. Hyde advised that legally %he Village cannot place restrictions on dollar <br />values and that all double bungalows built within the past years had far exceeded <br />the minimum footage requirements. <br />recommended that if the rezoning were to be approved, that the Planning Commission <br />should review plans before the building permits were issued. Mayor Bredesen suggested <br />that First Reading be granted with a request that the developer submit projected plans <br />before Second Reading and advised that if interested parties would leave their names <br />they would be notified at the time plans were reviewed either by Planning CommisBion <br />or by Council. Mr. Joseph Ruzic, developer, stated that he has twelve 110' lots and <br />an' outlot, part of which he would like to deed to the Village for park purposes, and <br />use the remainder for an additional double bungalow. <br />time the plat is granted final approval, the storm water storage area wiLL be determined. <br />Trustee VanValkenburg then offered Ordinance No. 261-137 for First Reading, with the <br />understanhing that Second Reading be withheld until Mr. Ruzic has gone through <br />Planning Commission with his plans, final plat approval, and any problem with regard <br />to watershed, as follows: <br />~ Mr. Hite also stated that the Planning Commission has recommended approval <br />Dr. Delbert A. Nissen, 6705 Sioux Trail, stated that he <br />Mr. Hite stated that Planning Commission had <br />D He further stated that at the
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