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'. 86; <br />t .r: i MINUTES OF THE REGULAR IIEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL <br />MONDAY, MARCH. 2; 1970' <br />ON <br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Courtney, Shaw and Johnson who served <br />as Mayor Pro Tem in the absence of Mayor Bredesen and Councilman VanValkenburg. <br />MINUTES of February 2, 1970, were approved as submitted by motion of Councilman <br />Shaw, seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried. <br />GRADING AND GRAVELING IMPROVEMENT P-C-102 CONTINUED TO APRIL 5, 1970. As recom- <br />mended by Mr. Dunn, Councilman Courtney's motion was seconded by Councilman <br />Shaw and carried, continuing public hearing on P-C-102 to April 6, 1970. <br />SANITARY SEWER EXTENSIONS APPROVED BY MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY. <br />Mr. Hyde advised Council that plans for sanitary extensions which were sub- <br />mitted to the State of Minnesota Pollution Control Agency in the summer of <br />1969 have now been approved, with the exception or two extensions. <br />that this approval had been withheld because of the controversy over the WaQn- <br />Xge?of:the iron removal plant into Nine Mile CreeK. ' No action was taken. <br />He noted <br />BROOKVIEW HEIGHTS COMMUNITY COUNCIL PETITION RECEIVED ON T.H. 100 IMPROVEMENT. <br />lfr. Hyde called attention of Council to a petition signed by owners of six- <br />teen properties opps%hg-J*highway department plans that call for the confisca- <br />tion of property and/or homes on the West side of Highway 100". This petition <br />is in opposition fa-a petition previously received from residents on the East <br />side'of T.H. 100 requesting that the highway improvement be made on the West <br />side rather than the East. <br />approved by the Highway Department and that hearings will be held before long. <br />The petition was accepted for filing by motion of Councilman Courtney, seconded <br />Elr. Dunn noted that alternate plans'have been <br />by Councilman Shaw and carried. * <br />PARKLAWN AVENUE ZONING HEARING DATES SET. As <br />Councilman Courtney's motion was seconded by <br />. ting hearing date for Rauenhorst and Hedberg <br />recommended by Mr . Hoisington, <br />Councilman Shaw and carried set- <br />properties on Parklawn Avenue for <br />R-4 Eesidgntial District zoning for March 16, 1970, - <br />50TH AND FRANCE BUSINESS DISTRICT LOT DIVISIONS HEARING DATE GBISTIblUED[!toli <br />March-16, 1970, by motion of Councilman Courtxiey, seconded by Councilman Shaw <br />and carried. <br />t <br />APARTMENT BUILDING MORATORIUM CONTINUED TO JULY 6, 1970. Mr. Durin advised . <br />Council that the City of Hopkins will be taking bids on March 30, 1970, on a <br />new connection to the Minneapolis sanitary sewer system which would run through <br />St. Louis Park, with completion date for the project set for July, 1971. Mr. <br />Ifunn recommended tliat Edina investigate the infiltration problem that we have <br />in those lines and that the moratorium be continued to July 6, 1970. <br />man Courtney's motion continuing the apartfnent building moratorium to July 6, <br />1970, as recommended was then seconded by Councilman Shaw and carried. <br />Council- <br />SALE OF AUTOIIOBILE LICENSES BY VILLAGE APPROVED. <br />had informally approved the distribution of automobile licenses by the Village <br />for the convenience of citizens and reviewed the peak seasons of license sales. <br />Councilman Courtney then offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />Mr. Hyde recalled that Council <br />RESOLUTION <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Edina Village Council that the Village formally accept <br />the proposal of the Hennepin County Auditor to sell automobile licenses;. and <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Village Manager be authorized to appoint a <br />Deputy Registrar to be responsible for the sale of said automobile licenses. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution wa <br />rollcall there were three ayes and no n <br />ATTEST: <br />"f NJ3W VOTER REGISTRATION CARD SYSTEM APPROVED. Mr. Dalen advised Council that <br />it is proposed to change voter registration cards to a punched card system <br />in order to assure faster and more accurate filing of cards, to speed proced- <br />ures at the polls and to furnish lisB afcvoters to political parties. Mr. <br />Dalen also advised that the School District will be using the Village's vot- <br />ing machines and registration cards. The Village Clerk will appoint judges, <br />hold instruction classes as to the use of the voting machines and make all <br />general arrangements for which the Village will be reimbursed for out of goeket