NINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETIhG OF THE .
<br />EDINA VIUE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON . MONDAY, MAY 3, 1971
<br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Courtney, Shaw , VanValkenburg and
<br />31ayor Bredesen. ..
<br />MINUTES of April 19, 1971, were approved as submitted by motion of Councilman
<br />VanValkenburg, seconded ' by Councilman Courtney and carried.
<br />LAWRENCE A. WILSON RETIREMENT NOTED, Mayor Bredesen presented Mr. Lawrence
<br />A.. Wilson, commending h5m for his efficient service during the'seventeen years
<br />he had worked for the Viliage, Mayor Bredesen and the Council expressed their
<br />best wishes and thanks focMr. Wilson on his retirement.
<br />LOT 3, BLOCK 1, CLIFTON TERRACE R-2 ZONING DENIED.
<br />request of Mr. Jeffrey Gustafson for R-2 zoning for Lot 3, Block 1, Clifton
<br />Terrace, recalling that this matter had been continued from March 15 and April
<br />19, 1971, so that neigfibors could try to reach a purchase agree6ent with Mr.
<br />Gustafson. Mr; Luce recalled that the Planning Commission felt that this pro-
<br />posed rezoning would make a reasonable buffer between the Crosstown Highway and
<br />single family dwellings in the block.
<br />said that residents and Mr. Gustafson are $3,200 apart and that the residents
<br />feel that $13,250, which Mr. Gustafson is asking for the property, is too much
<br />for a single family lot. He added that there appears to be no area to negoti-
<br />ate and that residents have withdrawn their offer for that reason. Mr. Gust-
<br />afson presented a map which he had drawn indicating other multiple residence
<br />uses in the area, along with pictures of adjacent properties. Mr, Donald John-
<br />son, 6312 Brookview Avenue, reGalled that this zoning had been denied by
<br />Council on numerous occasions and urged denial at this hearing. Mayor Bredesen
<br />noted that the lot is more than 2,000 square feet too small for a double dwell-
<br />ing, Following considerable discussion, Councilman Courtney moved that,since
<br />.the lot is 20% too small and since the zoning had been turned down on several
<br />occasions, the zoning change be denied.
<br />VanValkenburg and on rollcall there were four ayes and no nays and the motiog
<br />was carried.
<br />ORDINANCE NO, 811-A6 ADOPTED. Plf,,LuceLpres"ented Ordinance No. 811-A6, noting
<br />that this matter had been continued from April 5 and 19, 1971.
<br />this ordinance would delete language in the Zoning Ordinance which permitted
<br />outside burning and that Richfield, St. Louis Park and Eden Prairie all have
<br />this same ordinance.
<br />Minnesota Pollution Confrol Agency Regulations more easily enforced.
<br />man Courtney then offered the following ordinance for First Reading, with
<br />waiver of Second Reading, qnd qoved its adoption as follows:
<br />Mr. Hyde presented the
<br />Mr. James Otto, 6324 Brookview Ave.,
<br />Motion was seconded by Councilman
<br />I He noted that
<br />Mr. Hyde added that this ordinance would make the
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-A6
<br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE (NO. 811) TO REGULATE
<br />REFUSE INCINERATION AND STORAGE IN THE MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DISTRICT
<br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS:
<br />Section 1, Trash and Garbage Incinerators and Storage. Supparagraph
<br />(h) of paragraph 4 of Section 4 (Multiple Residence District) of Ordinance No.
<br />811 is hereby amended to read as follows:
<br />(h) Refuse Incineration: Storage. No incineration of any refuse, garbage
<br />swill or rubbish as defined in Ordinance No. 711 shall be permitted
<br />except in a manner which fully complies with Ordinance No, 633 and
<br />the applicable provisions of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
<br />Regulations therein adopted. There shall be no exterior storage of
<br />such refuse, garbage, swill or rubbish, or of any waste matter as
<br />defined in said Ordinance No. 711, except in an accessory building
<br />completely enclosed by walls and rodf.
<br />Sec. 2.
<br />and publication.
<br />rollcall there were
<br />This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage
<br />Motion for adoption of the ordinance was
<br />four ayes and no nays
<br />ATTEST : Mayor
<br />Village Clerk
<br />ORDINANCE NO, 811-A10 CONTINUED FOR STUDY.
<br />by Clerk, approved .as to form and ordered placed on file.
<br />Ordinance No. 811-AlO for First Reading, noting that the ordinance as proposed
<br />Affidavits of Notice were presented
<br />Mr. Luce presented