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MINUTES OF THE REGULARNEETING OF THE <br />IlONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1970 <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VIWE HALL ON <br />ROLLCALL was answered by Councilmen Courtney, Johnson, Shaw , VanValkenburg and <br />Mayor Bredesen. <br />SALLY SCOGGIN PRESENTS GREETINGS FROM MAYOR OF'EKETAHUNA, NEl? ZEALAND. Presenta- <br />tion of'a letter of greeting to Nayor .Bredesen from the Mayor of Eketahuna, New <br />Zealand, was made by Sally Scoggin. Sally is a Senior at Edina High School who <br />had been an exchange student in New Zealand and who brought this message <br />expressing the hope that the cause of world peace and understanding will be <br />enhanced through programs of this type. <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-190 GRANTED FIRST READING, <br />sented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Mr. Hoising- <br />ton recalled that this request for R-5 Residential District zoning for the <br />Halla Nursery property, located at T.H. 100 and Edefi?Averiue, had been previously <br />approved at First Reading but had lost on 315 dote at Second Reading on November <br />3, 1969. Councilman Johnson said that he believes that this is the first R-5 <br />zoning in the Village excluding the periphery of the Village and that it could <br />well set a precident which would not be in keeping with the aesthetic atmos- <br />phere of the Village, <br />ing the the Historical Park. Mr. Hoisington explained that the height of a <br />building in the R-5 Residential District is based on setbabk and that this site <br />would accommodate an eight story building without any variances. Mr. David <br />Halla and Mr. Ernest Ibs, representing the Halla interests, said that soil <br />problems would have to be checked out before any one plan was decided upon. <br />said that the buhEdable'area of the property was limited and that t?hiiy.;vou~d not <br />cons~~chla~~~.B~i~ding~~~~~e~s?~t wpyld yield a reasonable return. <br />said that the economics of the building should not be considered in the zoning <br />or the property. Discussion ensued as to the possibility of approving the <br />zoning but stipulating that no variances be granted as to building height. <br />lage Attorney Whitlock said that the granting of R-5 zoning would not necessarily <br />infer that a variance would be granted. <br />Councilman VanValkenburg offered First Reading of Ordinance No. 261-190 as <br />follows, with the stipulation that the Hallas 'sulimft concrete plans before <br />Second Reading is held: -(See Correction in Minutes of 3/16/70) <br />ORDINANCE NO. 261-190 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 261 <br />ESTABLISHING AN -ADDITIONAL R-5 <br />Affidavits of Notice were pre- <br />Nrs.'W. H. Hauck, 5029 Indian6la Avenue, expressed her <br />'opposition on the grounds that R-5 zoning would not be pleasing to those visit- <br />They <br />Mayor Bredesen <br />Vil- <br />Following considerable discussion, <br />I <br />(ZONING ORDINANCE) OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA * <br />IlULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT <br />THE: VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, NINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Paragraph 1, Multiple Residence District Boundaries of <br />Section 4 (Multiple Residence District) of Ordinance No. 261 of Revised ordi- <br />nances of the Village of Edina, is hereby amended by adding the following sub- <br />paragraph : <br />District R-5: <br />(5) Tracts A, B. C 7 D, R.L.S. 8390 and Tracts A and B, R.L.S. 111021 <br />and including a miscellaneous triangle of highway property lying <br />South of R.L.S. a390 and West of R.L.S. #1021. <br />Section 2. This Ordinance shall be in.full force and effect from and <br />after its passage and publication according to law., <br />ORDINANCE NOS. 263A-3 and 261-196 REEEBBED BACK TO ATTORNEY. Councilman Van <br />Valkenburg's motion referring Ordinance Nos. 263A-3 and 261-196 back to the <br />Village Attorney for redrafting was seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried. <br />PUBLIC HEARIAES CONDUCTED ON VARIOUS ASSESSMENTS, <br />sented by Clerk,approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />notice given, public hearings were conducted and action taken as hereinafter <br />recorded : <br />A. <br />Hills-Arrowhead Addition) llr. Hyde presented analysis of assessment showing ' <br />total construction cost at $16,748.76, proposed to be assessed against 28. <br />assessable lots at $598.17, as against estimated assessment of $872.90 per lot.. <br />No objections were heard from the audience. <br />E. SANITARY SEVER NO. 286 <br />Hills-Arrowhead Addition) <br />total construction cost at $28,790.44. proposed to be assessed against twenty- <br />eight assessable connections at $1,028.23 per assessable connection against <br />estimated assment of $934.86. <br />Assessment later in Ninutes .) <br />Affidavits of Notice were pre- <br />Pursuant to due <br />STORM SEVER NO. 121 (Sally Lane, Apache Road and Pawnee Road in Indian <br />(See Resolution Ordering &gess-L-* <br />. ment later in Minutes.) <br />(Sally Lane, Apache Road and Pawnee Road in Indian- <br />Mr. Hyde presented Analysis of Assessment showing <br />No objections were heard. (See Resolution Ordering