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c <br />NINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETIhG OF THE EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />NONDAY, JUNE 5, 1967 <br />Members answering Rollcall were Trustees Johnson, MacMillan and VanValkenburg-who <br />served as Nayor Pro-Tem in the absence of Nayor Bredesen; Trustee Courtney was also <br />present. <br />"TES of the Regular Meeting of May 15, 1967, were approved as corrected by Notion <br />of Trustee Johnson, seconded by Trustee MacMillan and carried. <br />correction was that Trustee EIac3iillan had seconded the Resolution Ordering Improvement <br />Trustee Johnson's <br />No. A-166 on page 89 of this Ninutes Book. .- <br />I PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT AND FOREMEN RECOGNIZED UPON COMPLETION OF SUPERVISORY COURSE <br />Mayor Pro-Tem VanValkenburg presented Adam Batko, Superintendent of Public Works, and <br />Foremen Eugene Bartz, LeRoy Libby and Lawrence 1;lilson and expressed congratulations <br />upon completion of a course in Effective Supervisory Practices at the Oniversity of <br />Minnesota, as well as Council appreciation of the interest taken over and above the <br />call of duty. <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS CONDUCTED ON PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS. Affidavits of Mailing on May 26 <br />and of Publication on May 25, and June 1, 1967, were presented by Clerk, approved as <br />to form and ordered placed on file. <br />were conducted and action taken as hereinafter recorded. <br />A. CONSTRUCTION OF SANITARY SEWER n9M) APPURTENANCES IN THE FOLLONING: <br />B. CONSTRUCTION OF I7ATERMAIN AND APPURTENANCES IN THE FOLLOFJING: <br />Hearings were conducted concurrently on the proposed sanitary sewer and watermain <br />$43,945.75, proposed to be assessed over a ten year period against 27 connections <br />at an estimated cost of $1,450.89 per connection. <br />proposed watermain was given at $28,812.32, proposed to be assessed over a ten year <br />period against 29 connections at an estimated cost per connectilon of $993.53. <br />Mr. Hyde advised that the estimated cost of the sanitary sewer improvement included' <br />the cost of road grading and graveling. <br />south of T.H. 169 and leading to a rapidly developing area, is one of the last <br />rural roads in Edina and that it is necessary to provide service at this time to <br />Scenic View I and I1 Additions. In reply to a question from Mr. James I?. Miller, <br />4920 Trillium Lane, Mr. Hite advised that the proposed road would run imediately <br />to the south of his property. <br />in opposition to the proposed improvements and asked that it be noted that the names <br />contained in the petition were Nr. Ward B. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ostman, <br />Nr. and Nrs. Roy Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. William Sarles, Nr. and <br />Mrs. R. A. mgen and Mr. Herbert Hess, all of Olinger Road. Mr. Hess further stated <br />that he thinks that the estimated costs are high and requested that the project be <br />continued until next year. He questioned how the proposed apartment building at the <br />intersection of Olinger Road and T.H. 169 is to be assessed and was advised by Mr. Hite <br />that four connections are proposed for that site and that an additional assessment <br />might be considered at the ,time of the assessment hearing if the apartment is actually <br />constructed. <br />water system but not be the existing sanitary sewer system, <br />system being proposed would be required before the area on T.H. 169 could be developed <br />and advised that the work should be done as proposed rather than in a piecemeal manner. <br />Nr. Hess also pointed out that up until this past year, Olinger Road has been inaces- <br />sable in the spring of the year and that he fears that if it is torn up for these <br />improvements it will again be impassible. Hr. Hite advised that it is proposed to <br />restore the road to its present condition as nearly as possible with the grading'and <br />graveling included in the estimate, but that this will not be a permanent solution to <br />the street surfacing. Nr. Tonu Lang, 5816 OlingeraRoad, suggested the possibility of <br />installing permanent street surface at this time. <br />would not be surfaced in the same year as the sewer and water construction and that <br />there would be an opportunity to petition for this work. <br />Olinger Road, asked if it is anticipated-that a storm sewer might be necessary and if <br />would not be less expensive to install it at bhe same time as the other improve- <br />ments. <br />bottom of the hill northerly to Grove Street, but that he would recommend that the <br />storm sewer be considered as a part of the paving project and perhaps installed in <br />the boulevard rather than under the pavement so that the problem of settlem, ant can <br />be eliminated. <br />mined whether the buyer or the seller would be responsible for assessment costs. <br />further discussion was heard. <br />Pursuant to due notice given, Public Hearings. <br />Olinger Road from Olinger Boulevard to T.H. 169-212 <br />Olinger Road from Olinger Boulevard to T.H. 169-212 <br />3 improvements. Mr. Hyde presented total estimated cost of the sanitary sewer at <br />Total estimated cost for the <br />He pointed out that this area, located <br />Mr. Herbdrt Hess, 5829 Olinger Road, presented a petitio1 <br />Mr. Hite pointed out that this property can be served by the existing <br />He pointed out that the <br />He was advised that the street <br />Mr. Edward Rippie, 5824 <br />Mr: Hite replied that a skorm sewer might be required, particularly from the <br />Mrs. Norman Olmstead was advised that the purchase agreement deter- <br />No <br />(See Resolution Ordering Improvement later in Minutes.) <br />G. CONSTRUCTION OF HATERENIN AND APPURTENANCES IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Brookside Avenue from center of Lot 9, Block 3, Grandview Heights Addition to <br />north side of Highway 169-212 at Interlachen Boulevard.