MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL *,. -
<br />HELD AT THE EDINA VILTAGE HALL
<br />ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1967
<br />Members answering Rollcall were Trustees Courtney, MacMillan, VanValkenburg and Mayor
<br />MINUTES of the regular meeting of August 21, 1967, were approved by motion of Trustee
<br />VanValkenburg, seconded by Trustee Courtney and carried.
<br />PROPOSED'BUDGET FOR 1968 PRESENTED.
<br />the budget for the succeeding calendar year be the first order of business at the first
<br />meeting in September, Mr. Hyde presented copies of the proposed Budget.
<br />In accordance with requirement of State Law that
<br />A special meet-
<br />. ing will be held Monday, September 11, at 5:OO p.m. for informal consideration of the
<br />PUBLIC HEARINGS CONDUCTED ON PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS.
<br />and of Publication in the Edina Courier on August 24 and 31, 1967, were presented by
<br />Affidavits of Mailing on August 25,
<br />Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed-on file.
<br />public hearings were conducted and action taken as hereinafter recorded:
<br />A. CONSTRUCTION OF SANITARY SEWER AND APPURTENANCES IN THE FOLLOWING:
<br />Pursuant to due notice given,
<br />W. 62nd Street from proposed lift station 650 feet West of Tracy Avenue to Olinger
<br />Blvd. extended
<br />South side of W. 62nd Street at Northwest corner of Countryside Park
<br />W. 62nd Street from 620' West of Tracy Ave. to 750' West to Olinger Blvd. extended;
<br />thence Northwesterly along Olinge; Blvd. extended to 125' South of the South Line of
<br />Edina Grove Addition.
<br />Mr. Hyde presented total
<br />C. CONSTRUCTION OF WATERMAIN AND APPURTENANCES IN THE FOLLOWING:
<br />CONS!lXUCTION OF LIFT STATION AND APPURTENANCES AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION:
<br />Hearings were conducted concurrently on the above improvements.
<br />estimated cost of the 14. 62nd Street sanitary sewer at $16,181.16, proposed to be assessed
<br />against 18 assessable lots at an estimated cost of $898.95 per assessable lot.
<br />Station estimated cost was presented at $18,000.00, proposed be assessed against 18 assess-
<br />able lots at an estimated cost of $1,000 per assessable lot.
<br />estimated cost of the watermain at $21,245.78, proposed to be assessed against 16 assess-
<br />able lots at an estimated cost of $1,327.86 per assessable lot.
<br />if the improvements are authorized, it will be necessary to hold hearings on October 2,
<br />on street improvements to be done in conjunction with this work.
<br />in opposition to the above improvements and none had been received prior thereto. (See
<br />Resolution Ordering Improvement Later in Minutes.)
<br />ING :
<br />The lift
<br />Mr. Hyde presented the total
<br />Mr. Hite pointed out that
<br />I No persons appeared
<br />CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT STREET SURFACING AND CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER IN THE FOLLOW-
<br />Josephine Avenue from W. 65th Street to W. 66th Street
<br />Wilryan Avenue from W. 65th Street to W. 66th Street.
<br />Mr. Hyde presented estimated construction cost at $24,259.97, proposed to be assessed
<br />against 2,395 assessable feet at an estimated cost of.$10.13 per assessable foot proposing
<br />that if authorized by Council, the surfacing would be installed during 1968. Mr. Hyde
<br />recalled to Council that Watermain 210 had been authorized on December 5, 1966, within
<br />these segments of Josephine and Wilryan Avenues, as well as in W. 66th Street between
<br />Josephine and Tingdale Avenues.
<br />permanent street surfacing on these same streets. On June 19, 1967, the Council author-
<br />ized permanent street surfacing on W. 66th Street.
<br />at least one of the private wells in the area to be served by the lateral watermain has
<br />gone dry and request has been made for installation of the watermain at this time. Mr.
<br />David H. Vaala, 6500 Josephine Avenue, urged that this improvement be authorized immed-
<br />iately because of the poor condition of existing streets.
<br />A. Emmel, 6525 Wilryan Avenue, Mr. Hite advised that there will be no duplication of work
<br />caused by conflict with State Highway Department plans for T. H. 100 improvements. Mr.
<br />Win C. Pederson, 6516 Normandale Road, stated that he had been advised by Mr. Peter Fausch,
<br />Assistant Traffic Engineer for the Minnesota Highway Department, that the highway design
<br />has been changed to that any work done at this time would have to be replaced after T. H.
<br />100 has been completed. He referred to a partial petition requesting that the watermain
<br />be installed at this time but that the street surfacing be deferred until definite plans
<br />of the State Highway Department are known.
<br />changes which were made up to two weeks ago and that these revisions would have no effect
<br />on the proposed grade of the street between Josephine and Wilryan Avenues. .
<br />pointed out that if the highway construction work is to begin early in 1971 as planned,
<br />plans would have to be submitted to Council for approval prior to 1968.
<br />6508 Normandale Road, urged that the improvement be postponed until Normandale Road plans
<br />had been finalized. Mrs. Gordon M. Gensch, 6504 Josephine Avenue, asked if there was some
<br />way by which trees along Josephine Avenue could be saved.
<br />it would be possible if property owners would grant easements.
<br />question concerning the width of the proposed street by saying that it might be possible
<br />This authorization was contingent upon the approval of
<br />The Village has now been advised that
<br />In reply to a question of Mr. C.
<br />I Mr. Hite pointed out that he is aware of
<br />He further
<br />Mrs, Naomi Fausch,
<br />She was advised by Mr. Hite that
<br />He further replied to a