1888-1989 Archive Minutes
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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />MONDAY , JANUARY 8, 1968 <br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Courtney, Johnson, Shaw and Mayor Bredesen. <br />MINUTES of December 26, 1967, were approved as submitted by motion of Councilman John- <br />son, seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried. <br />OATHS OF OFFICE were administered by the Clerk to Mayor Arthur C. Bredesen, Jr., whose <br />term runs to January 1, 1970, and to Councilman Willis I?. Shaw, whose term runs to <br />January 1, 1971. - <br />FIRE'CAPTAIN ROBERT J. BURESH RECOGNIZED upon his completion of a correspondence course <br />in "Supervisory Methods in Municipal Administration." It was pointed out by Mayor Bred- <br />esen that the work of Captain BuGsh has been outstanding in completion of this course, <br />which will increase his usefulness to the Village. <br />JAMES H, HENSLEY COMPLIMENTED UPON RECEIPT OF MASTER'S DEGREE. <br />Council that Village Sanitarian James H. Hensley has received his Master's Degree in <br />Public Health at the University of Minnesota fall term graduation, and complimented Mr. <br />Hensley upon his dedication to his position and upon his interest in-the community. <br />Mayor Bredesen advised <br />MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT ORDINANCE 261-156 GRANTED SECOND READING. Mr. Hite presen- <br />ted Multiple Residence Ordinance Amendment 261-156 for Second Reading as approved at <br />the Council Meeting of December 26, 1967. <br />Commission be requested to review the policy of the Village which pertains to the per- <br />mitted height of all buildings in the Village.' Mayor Bredesen pointed out that the <br />Council has given a great deal of consideration to this matter in the past, and that he <br />is not so certain that the height of the building is as important as the Burrounding <br />open area. <br />height of a building. Mr. Hoisington pointed out that present zoning restrictions are <br />an attempt to obtain a diversity of housing types. Following considerable discussion, <br />Mr. Hite suggested that it might be well to have the Planning Commission make a recom- <br />mendation as to the establishment of a maximum height limitation regardless of setbacks <br />and zoning within the Village; Requesting that Mr. Hite take the matter of height lim- <br />itation to the Planning Commission for its recommendation, Councilman Johnson presented <br />Ordinance No. 261-156 for Second Reading and moved its adoption as follows: <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-156 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE <br />APPLICABLE TO THE MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT <br />Councilman Johnson asked that the Planning <br />He further stated that the required setback would necessarily limit the <br />- AS TO THE BOUNDARIES OF AND REGULATIONS <br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORD.?LINS: <br />District) of the Village is hereby amended to read as follows: <br />Section 1. <br />"The multiple residence district is hereby established and shall further be <br />divided tnto subdistricts designated as District R-2, District R-3, District R-4, <br />and District R-5 .I1 <br />The first sentence af paragraph 1 of Section 4, (Multiple Residence <br />- <br />The territory included in District R-6 in said paragraph is hereby removed therefrom <br />and added to the territory included in District R-4 and District R-5 as follows: <br />"District R-4: <br />(25) The North 122.5 feet of Lot 20, Auditor's Subdivision No. 172, and that part <br />of Lot 31, Auditor's Subdivision No. 172, lying North of the South 177.5 feet <br />thereof. <br />(26) Lot 2, Block 1, Town Realty's Edina Terrace I11 Addition." - District R-5: -- - <br />(5)-+,0t 1, Block 1, Town Realty's Edina Terrace 111 Addition." <br />Sec. 2. <br />Sec. 3. Subparagraph (a) of paragraph 2 of Section 4 of said ordinance is hereby <br />All references to and regulations applicable to District R-6 in para- <br />zraphs 2, 3, and 7 of said Section 4 of said ordinance are hereby deleted, <br />amended to read as follows: <br />(a) Principal Uses <br />District R-2 : <br />(1) Residences containing two dwelling units - - <br />District R-3: - <br />(1) <br />District R-4 : <br />(1) (2) Convalescent, nursing, rest homes and boarding care homes. <br />District R-5: <br />(1) (2) Convalescent, nursing, rest homes and'boarding care hones. <br />- <br />Residences containing not less than three nor more than 10-dwelling <br />units. <br />Residences containing 5 or more dwelling units. <br />Residences containing 5 or more dwelling units. <br />.. .$.
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