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11/21/66 <br />249 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT THE VILLAGE HALL <br />ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1966 <br />. <br />m <br />d-c k 'U rd <br />Members answering Rollcall were Trustees Johnson, MacMillan, Tupa, VanValkenburg <br />and Mayor Bredesen. <br />MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of November 7, 1966, were approved by motion of <br />Trustee VanValkenburg, seconded by Trustee Johnson and carried. <br />PUBLIC HEARING CONDUCTED ON GRANDVIEW SERVICE ROAD. <br />hovember 11 and of Publishing in the Edina Courier on November;lO and 17, 1966, <br />Affidavits of Mailing on <br />were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file by motion <br />of Trustee Johnson, secpnded by Trustee Tupa and carried. <br />that this improvement ,is a,continuation of the consideration of roadway improvements <br />within the Grandview Shopping Districi+-and is proposed ta-Ejrovide -a roadway between <br />the Link Road,and the proposed Vernon Avenue median opening new the south line of <br />Krogers. <br />access to the area and drive between various business establishments without driving <br />onto T.H. 169. Mr. Hite stated that the portion currently under consideration terminates <br />just north of the southerly lot line of the Kroger property. <br />proceed further to the,north because of the fact that future development plans of <br />property owners in that area are uncertain. <br />$15,995.47, $6,000 of which represents estimated right-of-way acquisition. <br />recommendation was made as to the method of assessment. <br />Street, and Mr. John Hogenson, 5904 Code Avenue, employees of Superamerica, each <br />stated that they favor the project and think $hat the service road would benefit all <br />of the business establishments in the area. Mr. Charles Novak, 5604 Benton Avenue, <br />Real Estate Manager for the Kroger Company, stated that he sees the benefit of the <br />service road, but lnquired how Kroger's would be assessed when the second stage of <br />the service road would be constructed. He was advised by Mr. Hite that the Kroger <br />Company would probably be assessed for each stage of the project. <br />stated that Kroger would raise an objection if the service road ran through the <br />interior of their parking lot rather than on the street perimeter. Mr. Hite advised <br />that Mr. Norman Dyer, Disfrict Real Estate Manager for Shell Oil Company, had stated <br />that the Shell property is for sale a?d that he would hope that the right-of-way <br />acquisition and assessments would be worked out with the new owner. <br />stated that, while he does not favor piecemeal development of the service road, he <br />feels that there is no alternative but to approve the segment,as.proposed. <br />Trustee VanValkenburg offered the following resolutioniand moved its adoption: <br />Mr. Hite advised Council <br />The long range plan for this area envisions that automobiles would gain <br />It is recommended not to <br />Mr. Hite gave total estimated cost at <br />No <br />Mr. James Coen, 5205 Grove <br />Mr. Novak then <br />Mayor Bredesen <br />Whereupon I <br />RESOLUTION ORDERING STREET 'IMPROVEMENT NO. BA-100 <br />'BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, that this <br />Council heretofore caused notice of hearing to be ddly published and mailed to owners <br />of each parcel within the area proposed to be assessed on the <br />CONSTRUCTION OF GRADING , GRAVELING AND SURFACING IN THE FOLLOWING : <br />Service Drive on Vernon Avenue (Highway 151169-212) from South line of Lot 20, <br />Block 4, Grandview HeZghts Addition to the 'South line of Lot 2, Block 1, <br />Enroth's First Addition, <br />and 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 <br />improvement including all proceedings which may be necessary in eminent domain for <br />the acquisition of necessary easements and rights for construction and maintenance <br />of such improvements; that siad improvement is hereby designated and shall be referred <br />to in all subsequent proceedings as STREET IMPROVEMENT NO. BA-100, and the area to be <br />specially assessed therefore shall in'clude. Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, Enroth's First <br />Addition, and Lots 16 thru 20 inclusive, Block 4, Grandview Heights Addition. <br />Motion for the <br />there were five <br />ATTEST: <br />'^dL B. <br />Village Clerk I <br />DAN GENDREAU REQUEST FOR R-2 ZONING CONTINUED. <br />kr. Dan Gendreau for zoning change from Residential District R-1 to R-2 MUltiDle <br />Mr. Hite presented request of <br />Residence District for Lots 1, 2-and 3, Block 7, Stow's Edgemoor Addition. <br />of Publication and of Mailing on November 10, 1966, were presented by Clerk, approved <br />as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />question consists of three lots on Lynmar Lane north of West 72nd Street, totalling <br />34,000 square feet. Property is bounded on the west by R-1 zoning, to the east the <br />Lutheran Church of the Master, to the north by Edgemoor Park which is a temporary <br />storage water area, to the northeast by multiple dwellings,'and to the south the <br />Oscar Roberts gravel pit, part of which has recently been granted Office Building <br />zoning. Mr. Hite advised that the Board of Appeals has recently denied lot area <br />Aifidavits <br />Mr. Hite explained that the property in