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I <br />- <br />N * u3 a V V <br />I <br />MINUTES OF THE- REGULAR MEETING OF THE - EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />, MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1967 <br />I <br />Members answering rollcall were Trustees Johnson, MacMillan, VanValkenburg and Mayor <br />Bredesen. - - - <br />MINUTES of the meeting of November 20, 1967, were approved by motion of Trustee MacMillan, <br />seconded by Trustee VanValkenburg and carried. Trustee,Courtney entered the meeting at <br />this point. ... <br />STREET IMPROVEMENT BA-117 APPROVED. <br />lication in the Edina Courier on November 22 and 30, 1967, were presented by Clerk, <br />approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Mr. Hyde advised Council that this <br />hearing is being conducted for acquisition of frontage road on the soutli side of Vernon <br />Avenue between Enroth Addition and the M. N. & S. tracks. He presented cost of land ac- <br />quisition,for the service road at $61,000, $12,500 of which is for 5,000,square feet of <br />land at $2.50 per square foot and $48,500 of which is for the building and business of <br />the Mobil Service Station. <br />properties equally for the cost over a period of twenty years. <br />that a 100% petition has been received. <br />offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />Affidavits of Mailing on.November 24 and of Pub- <br />It is proposed to assess the Grandview properties and Kroger <br />Mr. Hyde further advised <br />No questions being heard, Trustee VanValkenburg <br />RESOLUTION APPROVING STREET IMPROVEMENT BA-117 <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, that this Coun- <br />cil heretofore caused notice of hearing to be duly-published and mailed to owners of each <br />parcel within the area proposed to be assessed for the ACQUISITION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR <br />FRONTAGE ROAD ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF VERNON AVENUE BETWEEN ENROTH ADDITION AND THE MINNEAP- <br />OLIS, NORTHFIELD AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD and at the hearing held at the time and place spec- <br />ified in said notice, the Council has duly considered the views of all persons interested, <br />and being fully advised of the pertinent facts does hereby determine to proceed with the <br />acquisition of right-of-way including all proceedings which may be necessary in eminent <br />domain for the acquisition of necessary easements and rights for constructiQn qnd main- <br />tenance of such improvement; that said improvement is hereby designated and shall be re- <br />ferred to in all subsequent proceedings as STREET IMPROVEMENT NO. BA~ll7, and the area <br />-to be specially assessed therefor shall include Lots 1 through 6 and Lots 11 through 27, <br />Block 3 and Lots 11 through 20, Block 4, Grandview Heights. <br />resolution was seconded by Trustee Johnson and on rp-1 there-were five ayes and no <br />Motion for adoption of the <br />-rr) <br />1 .e.---- <br />nays and the resolution was adopted. / ,'* <br />cv <br />Mayor - '$ b- ' <br />Village 'Clerk <br />OFFICE BUILDING DISTRICT ORDINANCE 261-155 APPROVED. <br />155 which permits offices, financial in$titutions, post offices and certain private clubs <br />and lodges as approved uses for the Office Building District for second reading. <br />comments being heard, Trustee Johnson offered the following ordinance for second reading <br />Mr.,Hite presented Ordinance 261- <br />No <br />- as recommended by Planning Commission and moved its:adoption: ." <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-155 <br />OF THE VILLAGE AS TO PERMISSIBLE USES &D <br />STORAGE AND PARKING SPACE IN THE OFFICE <br />- AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE <br />BUILDING DISTRICT <br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Subparagraph (a) of paragraph 2 of Section 8 (Office Building District) <br />"(a) Princfpal Uses. <br />of Ordinance No. 261 of the Village is hereby amended to read as fpllows: <br />used within the Office Building District for the following purposes: <br />Buildings suitably designed may be erected, maintained and <br />(1) Offices, busiqess and professional. - .. (2) Financial institutions. <br />(3) Post offices. - <br />(4) Private club or lodge except those providing food and/or beverage service <br />to their members on a regular basis." <br />Sec. 2. Subparagraph (e) of paragraph 3 of Section 8 of said ordinance is hereby <br />"(e) Off-street Parking. Off-street parking facilities accessory to uses allowed <br />-amended to read as follows: <br />I <br />in the Office Building District shall be provided in accordance with the following re- <br />quirements and regulations: " <br />Location. The required number of off-street parking spaces shall be located <br />on the same property occupied by the principal use or on another adjacent lot or parcel <br />under the control of the owner ofcproperty occupied b$ the principal use. <br />of this section such "control" may besdgrived from owaership in fee simple or a lease or <br />(1) <br />For the purpose