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t <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULARMEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE -COUNCIL- HELD AT VIUAGZ HALL ON <br />. MONDAY, . SEPTEMBER ,15, 1969 <br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Courtney, Shaw and Mayor Bredesen. - <br />PUBLIC HEARING CONDUCTED ON SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR BA-119. <br />that the public hearing for the special assessment for Street Improvement <br />BA-119 had been continued from meeting of September 8, 1969, in order that <br />the Engineering Department could check complaints about the czown in the <br />street and the grade of driveways. <br />J. H. Rush, 5801 Olinger Road had been repaired and that the driveway of Mr. <br />Robert Hagen, 5721 Olinger Road would be completed shortly. <br />that her driveway was still not satisfactory since her car scxapes if more thari <br />two people are in the car and that she will have no control of her car in the <br />winter. She also complained because she now has a "blind driveway". Mrs, Rush <br />was agreeable to Mr. Hyde's suggestion that the Engineering Department continue <br />to work with Mrs. Rush and that the assessment be levied as proposed. Council- <br />man Courtney thereupon offered the following resolution and moved its adoption <br />with the observation that the Village do everything in its power to correct <br />the situation, within reason: <br />Mr. Hyde recalled <br />Mr. .Hyde advised that the driveway of Mrs. <br />I Hrs. Rush said <br />RESOLUTION <br />-ORDERING SPECIAL ASSESSMENT OF STREET IMPROVEMENT BA-119 <br />BE-IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, Minnesota, as <br />follows : <br />1. <br />assessment roll for the improvement hereinafter referred to, and at such <br />hearing held on September 15, 1969, has considered all oral and written object- <br />ions presented against the levy of such assessment. <br />2. Each of the assessments as set forth in the assessment roll on file in the <br />office of the Village Clerk for Permanent Street Surface and Concrete Curb and <br />Gutter Improvement BA-119 does not exceed the local benefits conferred by <br />said improvement upon the lot, tract or parcel of land so assessed, and all of <br />said assessments are hereby adopted and confirmed as the proper assessments on <br />account of said improvement to be spread against the benefited lots, parcels <br />and tracts of land described therein. <br />3, <br />installment, toge6hetnTfh interest at the rate of 5% per annum on the entire <br />assessment from the date hereof to December 31, 1970, to be payable with the <br />general taxes for the year 1979. I <br />4. <br />Auditor a copy of this resolution and a certified duplicate of said assessments, <br />with each then unpaid installment and interest set'forth separately, to be <br />extended on the tax lists of the County in accordance with this resolution. <br />6. The Clerk shall also mai1,notice of any special assessments which may be <br />payable by a county, by a political subdivision or ,by the owner of any right <br />'of way, as required by Hinnesota Statutes, Section 429.061, Subdivision 4, <br />and if any such assessment is not paid in a single installment, the Village <br />,Treasurer shall arrange for collection thereof in installments as set forth <br />The Village has given notice of hearing as required by law on the proposed <br />I The assessments shall be payable in ten equal annual assessments, the first <br />The Village Clerk shalt f+orthwith prepare and transmit to the County <br />,/ in said section. <br />t Motion, €or adoption of the resolution was s d by Councilman Shaw and on <br />rollcall there.were three ayes and no nays <br />ATTEST: <br />Village Clerk <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-192 GRANTED FIRST READING. <br />request of Edina Building, Inc. for C-2 Commercial District zoning foriproperty <br />located between T.H. 100 and Arcadia Avenue just South of t.he Kansas City <br />Life Bldg. for the purpose of constructing a Johnny Carson Restaurant. <br />recalled that at the meeting of September 8, 1969,.there was some concern on <br />the part of some of the people who had interests in the area and that the <br />hearing had -been continued so that they would have an opportunity to dissolve <br />their differences. <br />would be no objection to the zoning. Neither of the gentlemen who had pro- <br />tested the zoning at the September 8 meeting were present. <br />sion was heard, whereupon Councilman Shaw offered Ordinance No. 261-192 for <br />First Reading as follows: <br />Mr. Hoisington presented the . <br />I He <br />Mr, Harold Hudson said that everyone was agreed that there <br />No further discus-