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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD AT VILLAGE HALL ON <br />MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1974 <br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Courtney, Johnson, Shaw'and Mayor <br />Van Valkenburg. <br />OATHS OF OFFICE were administered by the Clerk to Mayor Van Valkenburg and to <br />Councilman Shaw. <br />MI1 <br />s ec - <br />BO\ <br />bat <br />mee <br />- <br />MAE <br />COL <br />die <br />b rc <br />- <br />ORI <br />811 <br />for <br />- <br />THE <br />of <br />. UPC <br />Mot <br />on <br />AT3 <br />M03 - <br />by <br />3) <br />4) <br />HOT <br />ret <br />Fee <br />act <br />- <br />IUTES ,of December 17 and 27, 1973, were approved by motion of Councilman Shaw, <br />:onded by Councilman Courtney and carried, <br />! SCOUT TROUP NO. 123 RECOGNIZED. Boy Scout Troup No. 123, working 'on merit <br />lges for Citizenship in the,Community were introduced and welcomed to the <br />!ting by Mayor Van Valkenburg. <br />!OR PRO TEM APPOINTMENT CONTINUED. Councilman Shaw's motion appointing <br />incilman Courtney as Mayor Pro Tem, as rec'ommended by Nayor Van Valkenburg, <br />id for lack of a second. <br />mght up again at a later meeting. <br />Mayor Van Valkenburg said that the matter would be <br />)INANCE NO. 811-A46 GRANTED SECOND READING. Mr. Luce presented Ordinance No. <br />.-A46 for Second Reading, whereupon Councilman Shaw offered said ordinance - Second Reading and moved its adoption as follows: <br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-A46 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE (NO. 811) <br />BY ADDING SPECIFIC USES TO THE PRD-5 PLANNED <br />RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT : VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. Paragraph 5 of Section 5 (Planned Residential District) <br />Ordinance No. 811 is hereby amended by adding the following: <br />"(e) In PRD-5 districts only: shops, restaurants, offices and club or <br />lodge rooms solely for use by non-profit organizations. Accessory 'uses <br />shall be permitted within multiple residence buildings provided they are <br />accessible only from the interior of the building and have no advertising <br />or display relative thereto which is visible from the outside of the <br />building. Not more than 10 percent of the gross floor area of a Euilding <br />may be devoted to these acci3ssory uses." <br />Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately <br />in its passage and publication. <br />:ion for,adoption of the ordinance was seconde <br />rollcall there were four ayes and <br />'EST : <br />cilman Courtney and <br />:OR STREET VACATION CONTINUED to January 21, 1974, as recommended by Mr. Dunn <br />motion of Councilman Courtney, seconded by Councilman Shaw and carried. <br />rRING DATES SET FOR VARIOUS PLANNING NATTERS. Motion of Councilman Courtney <br />1 seconded by Councilman Shaw and,carried setting January 21, 1974, as hear- <br />; date for the following matters: <br />Ordinance No. 811-A45 - Requiring mailed notice to all property owners <br />within 350 feet of property to be rezoned. <br />Zoning Change - R-1 Residential District to PRD-5 Planned Residential <br />District as requested by Ebenezer Society for property located generally <br />on the West side of York Avenue between IJ. 74th and W. 76th Streets. <br />Preliminary Plat Approval <br />a. Ebenezer Sokiety First Addition <br />b. Mirror Lakes Plais. No. 2 <br />Public Hearing to deny or permit petition for rezoning of Karl Krahl <br />property, located generally South of Vernon Avenue and 'West of Arctic Way. <br />Mr. James Hirsh, President of the Homeowners' Coalition,.*was told by Mr. <br />Erickson that the hearing is only to determine if there has been a change <br />of conditions which would justify a new zoning hearing. <br />JSING AND REDEVELOPNENT AUTHORITY HEARING DATE DISCUSSION CONTINUED. <br />luested that hearing date be set for the Housing and Redevelopment Authority'. <br />:ling that additional information should be available before taking such <br />:ion, an.d so that Council could study the report of the Chamber of Commerce, <br />Mr . Luce