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NINUTES OF THE REGULARMEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE,COUNCIL,HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />TUESDAY, DECEMBER. 26, 1967 <br />4:30 P.M. <br />Mem-ers ansfering rollcall were Trustees Courtney, Johnson, MacMiLan, VanValkenburg <br />and Mayor Bredesen. <br />MINUTES of the meeting of December 4, 1967, were*Aapprovec3 as.corrected by motion of <br />Trustee Johnson, seconded by Trustee Courtney and carried.. Trustee Johnson's correc- <br />tion was that the phrase, "unless the zoning ordinance should be amended as to R-2 <br />Multiple Residence District lot size" should be deleted from the motion denying the <br />zoning change request of Mr. H. J. Bach for the property at 6329 Brookview Avenue, I <br />MALIBU DRIVE, TELEIfARK TRAIL STREET IMPROVEEENTS APPROVED. Affidavits of,Publication <br />in the Edina Courier on December 14 and 21, ahd of Mailing on December 15, 1967, were <br />approved as to form as presented by Clerk and ordered placed on file. <br />notice given, public hearing was conducted and action taken as hereinafter recorded. <br />A, <br />Pursuant to due <br />CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT STREET SURFACING, CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER IN THE <br />FOLLOWING : <br />Malibu Drive from South line of Parkwood Knolls 15th Addition to North line of <br />Parkwood Knolls 15th Addition <br />Telemark Trail from Parkwood Road to Malibu Drive <br />Mr. Hyde presented estimated construction cost at $40,904.02 proposed to be assessed <br />against 2824.80 assessable feet at an estimated cost of $14.48 per assessable foot. <br />No persons being present to offer objections, Trustee VanValkenburg offered the fol- <br />lowing resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION ORDERING STREET IMPROVEMENT BA-118 <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina,.Minnesota, that this <br />Council heretofore caused notice of hearing to be duly published and mailed to owners <br />of each parcel within the area proposed to be assessed on the following proposed im- <br />provement: <br />1. CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT STREET SYRFACING AND CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER IN THE <br />FOLLOWING: <br />Malibu Drive from South line of Parkwood Knolls 15th Addition to North line of <br />Parkwood Knolls 15th Addition <br />Telemark Trail from Parkwood Road to Malibu Drive I and at the hearing held at the time and place specified in said notice, the Council <br />has duly considered the views of all persons interested, and being fully advised of <br />the pertinent facts does hereby determine to proceed with the constructian of said <br />improvement including all proceedings which may be necessary in eminent domain for <br />fAe acquisition of necessary easements .and rights for construction and maintenance of <br />such improvement; that said improvement is hereby designated and shall be referred to <br />in all subsequent proceedings as STREET IMPROVEMENT NO. BA-118 and the area ta be <br />specially assessed therefore shall include all.lots and trac ts of land abutting the <br />streets proposed to be improved.,Motion <br />by Trustee Johirson and on rollcall there <br />Mayor <br />lution was adopted. <br />ATTEST : <br />*YLEt *&. $!LLLLQ/ <br />Village Clerk <br />MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT ORDINANCE AMENDMENT GRANTED FIRST READING. Nr. Hois- <br />ington presented the Multiple Residence District Ordinance Amendment 261-156 which <br />had been continued from the meeting of December 4. <br />sented a comparison of the existing Multiple Residence District Ordinance and the <br />proposed amendment. In reply to questions of Trustee Courtney questioning the re- <br />duction in R-2 minimum total lot area from 18,000 square feet to 12,000 square feet, <br />Mr, Hoisington pointed out that the majority of double dwellings in the Village are <br />on lots which are considerably smaller than the presently required 18,000 square feet. <br />Following some discussion, it was agreed that 15,000 square feet would be a reasonable <br />lot size for R-2 dwellings. Mr. Hite pointed out that the required building setbacks <br />from R-1 District boundaries have been increased in both the R-4 and R-5 (high rise) <br />Districts. <br />had not been changed and was dependent on the setback. In reply to a question of <br />Trustee Johnson, Mr. Hoisington pointed out that the Colony Apartment area is the <br />only existing undeveloped R-5 District in the Village. He further questioned the <br />advisability of encouraging more dense population in apartment buildings adjoining <br />As requested by Council, he pre- <br />8 . <br />He further stated that the maximum permitted height in the R-5 District