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1- <br />8-7-67 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD <br />MEETING OF THE <br />AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />MONDAY , AUGUST. 7, 1967 <br />Members answering Rollcall were Trustees Courtney, Johnson, <br />Mayor Bredesen. <br />MINUTES of July 17 and 26, 1967, were approved as submitted <br />seconded by Trustee Courtney and carried. <br />MacMillan, VanValkenburg and . .- <br />by motionof Trustee Johnson, <br />NATIONAL DEFENSE AWARD PRESENTED. Mr. Robert Janes, Chairman of the Hennepin County Board <br />of Commissioners, presented a National Civil Defense Award to Mayor Bredesen on behalf of <br />the Office of Civil Defense, Department of the Army. <br />of Edina had earned this award under the direction, of Chief Wayne W. Bennett, Director of <br />Public Safety -and Civil Defense. <br />approved Civil Defense Shelters completely stocked with supplies to accommodate 100% of <br />"the population for fourteen days and that is the first 'municipality of 25,000 or over in <br />the country to provide such protection for its citizens. Mr. Janes further pointed out <br />that the award recognizes the outstanding accomplishment of Civil Defense Director Bennett <br />and also recognizes the cooperation of Village officials, employees and citizens. <br />Bredesen accepted the award with thanks and expressed the wish that all join in the thought- <br />ful and hopeful prayer that the accommodations would never be needed. <br />Mr. Janes stated that the Village <br />It was brought out by Mr. Janes that Edina has seventeen <br />Mayor <br />S-5 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LEVIED. Affidavits of <br />Mailing and Publication were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed <br />on file. <br />at $71,173.45, proposed to be assessed over a five year period against 73,585 square <br />feet at $0.83 per square foot and an additional assessment of $17.53 per lot to cover <br />2/3 of the cost of the long sideiof corner properties. <br />at $0.81 per square foot. <br />Trustee Johnson offered the following-resolution and moved its adoption: <br />(Country Club Area Sidewalk Replacement) <br />Mr. Hyde presented Analysis of Assessment which showed total construction cost <br />Estimate cost had been presented' <br />No persons appeared in objection to the assessment, whereupon <br />RESOLUTION ADOPTING AND CONFIRMING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, as follows: <br />1. <br />ment roll for the improvement hereinafter referred to, and at such hearing held on <br />August 7, 1967, has considered all oral and written objections presented against the <br />levy of such assessments. <br />2. Each of the assessments as set forth on the assessment roll on file in the office <br />of the Village Clerk for Sidewalk Improvement No. S-5 does not exceed the local benefits <br />conferred by said improvement upon the lot, tract or parcel of land so assessed, and all <br />of said assessmepts are hereby adopted and spread against the benefited lots, parcels <br />and tracts of land described therein. <br />3. <br />said installments, together with interest at the rate of 5% per annum on the entire <br />assessment from the date thereof to December 31, 1968, to be payable with the general <br />taxes for the year 1967. <br />4. The Village Clerk shall forthwith prepare and transmit to the County Auditor a copy <br />of this resolution and a certified duplicate of said assessments, with each then unpaid <br />installment and interest set forth separately to be extended on the tax lists of the <br />County in accordance with this resolution. <br />5. <br />a county, by a municipal subdivision or by the owner of any right of way as required by <br />Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.061, Subdivision 4, and if any such assessment is not <br />paid in a single installment, the Village Treasurer shall arrange for collection thereof <br />in installments, as set forth in said meeting. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was secon <br />there were five ayes and no nays and the resolu <br />LEVIED ON ACCOUNT OF SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT S-5 r <br />The Village has given notice of hearings as required by law on the proposed assess- <br />The assessments shall be payable in five equal annual installments, the first of <br />The Ckk shall also mail notice of any special assessments which may be payable by <br />an and on rollcall <br />ATTEST: <br />.n d $Lid&&&, <br />Village Clerk I <br />W <br />ORDINANCE NO. 262A-9 ADOPTED AT SECOND READING. <br />for Second RGading. <br />cavation District in the area north of West 78th Street between Braemar Park and Marth <br />Road known as "Cow Hill'!. <br />VanValkenburg offered Ordinance No. 262A-9 for Second Reading as follows and moved its <br />adoption: <br />Mr. Hite presented Ordinance No. 262A-9 <br />This ordinance provides for the establishment of a Temporary Ex- <br />No objections were heard from the audience, whereupon Trustee