<br />MINUTES OF THE REGULARMEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HAI;L ON
<br />MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3,. 1969
<br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Courtney, Johnson, Shaw and VanValken-
<br />burg who served as Mayor Pro Tem Zin-the a6sence:oZ Mayor**Bredesen.
<br />MINUTES of January 6, 1969, were approved as submitted by motion of Councilman
<br />Shaw, seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried, with Councilman Johnson abstain-
<br />ing because he had been absent from that meeting.
<br />DENS 1 AND 2, VEBELOS SOUT TROUP 123 WELCOMED. A cordial welcome was extended to .
<br />members of Dens 1 and 2,- Webelos Scout Troup 123, from Shepherd of the Hills
<br />Church who were in attendance with their Scoutmaster, Mr. Russell Moore. I
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-177 GRANTED TIEST READING,
<br />by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file.
<br />Council that it is proposed to eliminate'the Light Industrial District which has
<br />a height restriction of 40 feet and which it is felt has now outlived its use-
<br />fulness. The Plapned Industrial District to which these properties are proposed
<br />to be classified has many more restrictions than the Light. Industrial D.istrict.
<br />Mr. Hoisington presented the following parcels fb? rezoning which are the only
<br />areas in the Village which are now zoned Light Industrial District.
<br />1. Hilldale Lumber Company., llr.. Hoisington advised that the Hilldale Lumber
<br />Company property is located on Cahill Road at West 78th,Street and that the area
<br />is completely surrounded by Planned Industrial District except on the West and
<br />that there is a proposal pending for Plqnned Industrial zoning on that property.
<br />He advised that no objections had been received and that Planning Commission has
<br />recommended approval. Mr. Robert E. Rutledge, President of Hilldale Lumber
<br />Comp3iiy'twas'aCIvZsed - _--- - __-- Fhaf --- +e,would be able to continue in businp? as a %on-
<br />conforming use", and that this would also be true if he should sell his business.
<br />2. I?. 70th Street and Cahill Road Area, Mr. Hoisington advised that this area
<br />is surrounded on the East, West and South by Planned Industrial District with
<br />R-2 and R-3 zoning to the North, and recommended Planned Industrial zoning tn
<br />accordance with Planning Commission. recommendation,
<br />^advised that no objections had been received,
<br />V', &i'd fb; BloCk 3'; -Gra~&ZdiG Hei~hes''Add~tS3d Eo '&2* Comme?c$all'flisbrict, the
<br />p?opez?kg"f&ich iFes aTong Efiel railroakl tricks 2orth 'and- Soukh bf Eden Avenue to
<br />Pfanned Industrial District, and the strip of land east of the tracks and on
<br />the west side of Our Lady of Grace Church property to R-1 District.
<br />ton noted that Mr. Innis IlacPherson of the Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern
<br />Railroad had requested that the boundry coincide with the east right-of-way line
<br />of the tracks, rather than the centerline as advertised, and recommended that
<br />Council comply with this request.
<br />4. Pederson Dairy Property.
<br />rezone the Pederson Dairy Property to R-3 Residential District from Light Indust-
<br />rial, since this would seem to be the logical use for this property, but that in
<br />view of the apartment building moratorium, he questioned if Office Building
<br />zoning might be more appropriate. Village Attorney Whiclock noted that the
<br />apartment building moratorium could be wai!ved, but that this action would set an
<br />undesirable precident.
<br />z0nedi.n a classification as sim$Iar to the existing classification as possible.
<br />Mr. James I?. Tholen, 603 IJashington Ave. S., was assured that the property under
<br />discussion includes oxly the Pederson Dairy property,
<br />motion that the Pederson Dairy property koning be continued until the next meet-
<br />ing so t'hat the deed restriction on the property can be studied and so that it . can be determined if a specific use has been requested, was seconded by Council-
<br />may Courtney and carried. Councilman Johnson then offered the following ordi-
<br />nance for First Reading, stipulating -that the boundary request of the Minneapolis, .
<br />Northfield & Southern Railroad be aFp+ted:
<br />Affidavits of Notice were presented
<br />Mr. Hoisington advised
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<br />Mr. Hoisington further I Grandview Area. Mr. Hoisington advised that it is proposed to zone tots 7;-8,
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<br />Mr. Hoising-
<br />Mr, Hoisington advised that .it is proposed to
<br />Mr. Whitlock further-recommended that the property be
<br />Councilman Johnson's
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<br />. ORDINANCG NO. 261-177
<br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE
<br />(NO. 261) BY RECLASSIFYIJfG PROPERTIES IN
<br />THE LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DESTRICT AS PROPERTIES IN
<br />CONMF.RCIAL DISTRICT C-2 AND PLANNED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT
<br />THE VIUGE COUNCIL OF THE VIWE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: - Section 1. Paragraph 3 (Boundaries) of Section 9 (Commercial District), of
<br />Ordinance No. 261 of revised ordinances.of the Village of Edina, is hereby
<br />amended by adding the following sub-paragraphs:
<br />District (2-2:
<br />(25) All of Lot 1 and all of Lots 20, 21 and 22 except the West 60 feet
<br />thereof, Block 2, Grandview Heights Addition.