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80 <br />.. EENUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />. I MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, ~ 1971 - <br />Members' answering rollcall were Councilmen Courtney, Johnson, Shaw , VanValkenburg . <br />and Hayor Bredesen. <br />MINUTES of January 18 and February 1, 1971, were approved as submitted by motion of <br />Councilman Johnson, seconded by Councilman VanValkenburg and carried. <br />FIRENEN PHILLIP L. BACON AND KENNETH D. NELSON COMMENDED. Certificates of <br />completion of a correspondence course in Supervisory Methods in Municipal Admin- <br />istration which was conducted by the International City Management Association <br />were presented to Firemen Phillip L. Bacon and Kenneth I>. Nelson. <br />offered his congratulations, noting that this is an example of the endeavors of <br />many Village employees to provide taxpayers with better service. <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS CONDUCTED ON VARIOUS INPROVEMENTS. Affidavits of Notice were <br />presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Pursuant to <br />due notice given, public hearings were conducted and action taken as hereinafter <br />recorded: <br />A. CONSTRUCTION OF PERMANENT STREET SURFACING AND CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER IN <br />Mayor Bredesen <br />. <br />THE FOLLOWING: (P-BA-180) <br />Schaefer Road from Interlachen Road to South line of Westwood Court Addition <br />Extended <br />GONSTRUCTION OF 1;IATERMAIN IMPROVEMENT NO. P-WM-265 AND APPURTENANCES IN THE <br />FOLLOWING : <br />Schaefer Road from the South line of Vestwood Gourt Addition extended to <br />1880' t Northerly <br />CONSTRUCTION OF STO?.?M SEWER IMPROVEbSEXC NO. P-ST.S.-126 AND APPURTENANCES <br />IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Schaefer Road from 1050.Feet 2 South of Interlachen Road Northerly to Mirror <br />Lake Road <br />B. <br />C. <br />The tihree hearings above were conducted simultaneously. Referring to several <br />previous hearings for the area which had been turned down, Mr. Hyde Bdvisea fhat <br />numerou? verbal and written complaints have been received by the Village con- <br />cerning the condition of Schaefer Road and that,in the opinion of the Engineer- <br />ingpepartment, necessary watermain and storm sewer should be installed in <br />Schaefer Road before the permanent street surfacing is constructed. <br />sented total estimated cost of the proposed street improvement at $56,175.11, <br />at an estimated rate of an assessment of $11.63 per foot of assessable street <br />frontage. <br />watermain at $28,847.50, proposed to be assessed at an estimated $2,219.04 for <br />thirteen assessable connections, Total estimated project cost for the proposed <br />storm sewer was given by Mr. Hyde at $17,854.20, proposed to be assessed against <br />388,850 assessable square feet at an estimated cost of $0.046 per assessable <br />square foot. EoJlming Nr, DUM'S explanation of the proposal which would drain <br />water to,the two most northerly ponds on Schaefer Road, Mayor Bredesen suggested <br />the possibility of diverting some of the drainage water to the pond on Mr, Hans <br />Skalle's property at 5021 kidge Road. Mr. Skalle said that he hadebought his <br />property for the pond and that the storm sewer as proposed would empty the pond, <br />which was practically empty in the summer of 1970. Mr. Maurice L. Baker, 5200 <br />Schaefer Road, said that the porm sewer could be installed at less expense by <br />running a tile between the Dalquist and Young properties. <br />5012 Schaefer Road, was told by Mr. Hyde that Schaefer Road properties had been <br />assessed only for work done and never for permanent street surfacing. <br />assured that the street surfacing would not be installed until the street improve- <br />ment was constructed. Mr. Hyde, in response to objections to the storm sewer, <br />said that whenever the Schaefer or Phillippi properties were developed, the <br />storm water run-off would increase. <br />Schaefer, 5117 Schaefer Road, said that Mrs. Schaefer has no present intention <br />of developing her property. <br />sive proposal, without curb and gutter, and with a wider assessment since only <br />the Westwood Court residents were objecting to the condition of the Zoad. <br />Bredesen pointed out that all other Edina residents had paid for their street <br />improvements and that everyone within a storm sewer drainage district would be <br />assessed. tlr. Don J, McGlynn, 6301 Westwood Court, said noone on Westwood <br />Court wanted Village watermain. Mr. Hyde noted that the proposed assessment <br />is for only one-third of the Schaefer Road frontage of the four lots on Vest- <br />wood Court and not for watermain or storm sewer. At a later date when watermain <br />is extended down Westwood Court, property owners would then be assessed their <br />share of the proposed watermain. Dr. John Kyllo, 5201 Schaefer Road, was told <br />that his suggestions for the pond on his property would be considered when the <br />new storm sewer proposal is brought to hearing. In response to the contention <br />I He pre- <br />Mr. Hyde presented total estimated construction cost of the proposed <br />.. <br />Mr. nakk Dalquist, <br />He was <br />An attorney representing Mrs. Ruth M. <br />He suggested that Council consider a less expen- <br />Mayor