<br />IINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MF,ETING OF THE - EDINA VIUAGE COUNCIL-HE&D.AT VI&WE .H&LL ON . - FRIDAY, -4.PRIL. 25 2: 1969. .. __ - .I ..
<br />Nenibers answering' rollcall were Council& Courtney, Johnson, Shaw, VanValkenburg
<br />and W- Bredesen.
<br />CREEK VIEN HEIGHTS ADDITION PRELIMINARY PLAT TO BE RECONSIDERED.
<br />advised Council that-because residents on East Creek Valley Road felt that they
<br />had been misled into not attending the publid hearing on Creek View Heights
<br />Addition Preliminary Plat Approval, it has been recommended that a new hearing
<br />be held, Councilman VanValkenburg's motion setting May 5, 1969, for new hear-
<br />ing was then seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried,
<br />Councilman VanValkenburg preslded.
<br />Mr. Hyde
<br />IIUD LAKE PROPERTY ACQUISITION GRANTED FINAL APPROVAL. Mr. Hyde presented
<br />appraisall> from Shenehen, Goodlund, Johnson, Inc., and Chase Brackett Company
<br />for approval by Council, noting thah the Mud Lake Committee had revie-okd the
<br />appraisals and felt that the prices were fair.
<br />and Bialiclc properties could be purchased, but that it might be necessary to go
<br />to condemnation on some of the other properties. He noted further that Village
<br />Attorney Schwartzbauer will ask for a delay
<br />until the apartment moratorium is decided. Following some discussion, Council-
<br />man Courtney offered the following resolution authorizing acquisition costs and
<br />moved 'its adoption:
<br />Mr, Dalen noted that the Akins
<br />in Cherokee Sales rezoning case
<br />\*.JHEREAS, the Village Nanager of the Village of Edina has been authorized to
<br />execute and file an Application with the Department of Housing and Urban Develop-
<br />ment ("HUI)")
<br />amended, to assist in the acquisition by the Village of Edina of fee simple
<br />interests to certain land known as 3lud Lake; and
<br />WHEREAS, it is necessary and desirable that the Village proceed to negotiate
<br />with the various affected land owners prior to concurrence of HUD in the acquisi-
<br />tion price of the parcels of land to be acquired, and in connection with such
<br />negotiations it is also necessary and desirable to follow the policies and
<br />procedures established by HUD for such negotiations; and,
<br />WHEREAS, such policies and procedures established by HUD provide that the
<br />Village Council of the Village of Edina, before negotiations are commenced,
<br />determine by resolution the fair market value for each parcel of land involved;
<br />IJHEREAS, the Village of Edina, as a part of the application to HUD has had each
<br />parcel of land involved appraised by two independent and competent appraisers,
<br />NOi?, THEREFORE, Upon review of the appraisals made, and in compliance with the
<br />policies and procedures established by HUD, it is hereby resolved by the Vil-
<br />lage Council of the Village of Edina. that the fair market value of each parcel
<br />for a grant under Title VI1 of the Housing Act of 1961, as
<br />of-land to be acquired is-determined to be as follows:
<br />Parce 1 Owner
<br />#I2 Bialiclc
<br />#3 Lundgren Contemporary, Inc.
<br />#6 Mo s ow
<br />$18 Cherokee Sales, Inc.
<br />i19 Edwards #lo Olson
<br />81 1
<br />#l3 Krahl
<br />#14 Akins
<br />#15 Roushar
<br />416 Carl M. Hansen Development Co.
<br />Indian Hills Corporation and Johnson
<br />'Fair Market Value
<br />$22 y 000.00
<br />25,900 .OO
<br />1,400 .OO
<br />700 .OO
<br />$269 000 00
<br />Hotion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman VanValkenburg
<br />and on rollcall there were five ayes and no nays and the resolution was adopted.
<br />ATTEST : I Mayor Pro Tem
<br />/4 & 1&4,
<br />Village Clerk 4
<br />Councilman Courtney then offered the following resolution authorizing filing of
<br />an application for Housing and Urban Development funds and moved its adoption:
<br />T;IHEREAS, Title VI1 of the Housing Act of 1961, as amended, provides for the
<br />making of grants by the Secretary of Housing-and Urban Development to States
<br />and local public bodies to assist them in the acquisition and development of
<br />permanent interests in land for open-space uses where such assistance is needed