1888-1989 Archive Minutes
Minutes 1958 - 1974
12/24/2013 8:08:59 AM
12/23/2013 11:47:22 AM
There are no annotations on this page.
Document management portal powered by Laserfiche WebLink 9 © 1998-2015
All rights reserved.
Pages to print
Enter page numbers and/or page ranges separated by commas. For example, 1,3,5-12.
After downloading, print the document using a PDF reader (e.g. Adobe Reader).
View plain text
336 <br />1 <br />I <br />'"I <br />MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD <br />MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, <br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen <br />MEETING OF THE <br />AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />1968, 4:30 P.M. <br />Johnson, VanValkenburg and Mayor Eredesen. <br />Councilman Shaw entered the Meeting shortly after the first item-of business. <br />MINUTES of November 18 and December 2, 1968, were aQproved as submitted by motion <br />of Councilman Johnson, seconded by Councilman VanVaXkenburg and carried. <br />HONDO SECOND ADDITION GRANTED FINALL PLAT APPROVAL. Mr. Hoisington !presented Hondo <br />Second Addition for final approval which is located south of West 70th Street just <br />adjacent to Prospect ,Hills. <br />resolution granting final approval to Hondo Second Addition as recommended by <br />Planning Commission and moved its adoption: <br />Councilman Johnson khereupon offered the following <br />RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL PLAT OF <br />HONDO SECOND ADDITION <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the'irillage of Edina, Minnesota, that <br />that certain plat entitled '@Hondo Second Addition", platted by Margaret E. Brown <br />and Warren E. Brown, husband and wife, and by Quentin A, Collins and Dorothy <br />Collins, husband and wife, and presented at the Meeting of the Village'Council of <br />December 30, 1968, be and is hereby approved. <br />$lotion for adoption of the resoluti <br />and on rollcall there were three ay <br />ATTEST: <br />dL 8, <br />Village Clerk <br />ACQUISITION OF EDINA THEATRE PARKING LOT APPROVED. Mr. Hyde advised Council that <br />he has been negotiating with Mr. Martin Stein for the acquisition of the Edina <br />Theatre parking lot and that agr'eement had been reached whereby the Village would <br />pay $2.25 per square foot for 48,749 square feet (more or less) of property with <br />some $,560 additional feet for the walkway being included wiihout any additional <br />charge, <br />deliverance of deeds for the two properties and noting that the transaction should <br />be complete before tEe end of the year, pending determination of the exact legal <br />discription. <br />Council that taxes would be abated provided the transaction was closed before 1969. <br />Mr. Hoisington advised $hat the cost of land acquisition for the 50th and France <br />improvements is running well within the estimate. Following considerable discus- <br />sion, Councilman Johnson offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />Mr, Schwartz, *attorney for Mr. Stein, "presented a letter Zndicating <br />Cost of the property was given at $109,680.25 and Mr. Dalen assured <br />RESOLUTION APPROVING ACQUISITION OF EDINA THEATRE <br />PARKING LOT <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Edina Village Council that the Village purchase the property <br />presently used as a parking lot for the Edina Theater at a cost of $109,680.25, <br />said property to be used as a part 'of the 50th and France Avenue improvements, <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman VanValkenburg <br />and on rollcall there were four.ayes and noB and the revlution vias adopted. <br />ATTEST : Mayor Y <br />4jL LL;Ilah, <br />Village Clerk <br />MUD PROJECT LAND ACQUISITION REVIEI'IED. Mr. Hyde reviewed with Council the <br />total land purchased for the Hud Lake project, showing a total cost to dare of <br />$249,993.85 and advised that the present unpaid balance is $77,539.22, Cost of <br />the total acquisition is proposed to be financed from the Park Construction <br />Fund, from the Nine Mile Creek Watershed District Funds and from funds from <br />Hennepin County. He recommended kransfer of $100,000 from the Liquor Fund to the <br />Park Construction Fund in 1968, and $50,000 in both 1969 and 1970. Discussion <br />ensued regarding the possibility of obtaining Federal funds to partially finance <br />the project. While Council opposed the idea in principle k~: was felt that the <br />matter should be investigated, whereupon Councilman Johnson' s motion authorizing <br />the Village Manager to look into the matter of obtaining Federal funds for the
The URL can be used to link to this page
Your browser does not support the video tag.