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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD.AT CITY HALL ON MONDAY, <br />APRIL 1, 1974 <br />Members answering rollcall were Council Members Courtney, Sahmidt, Shaw and <br />Mayor Van Valkenburg . <br />MINUTES of March 4, 1974, were approved as submitted, <br />1974, were corrected with respect to the Karl Krahl Petition for gezoning to <br />read "He-then moved that the Peti'tion to Rehear the Petition for Rezoning Karl <br />Krahl Property within one year be approved". <br />utes as corrected was offered by Councilman Shaw, seconded by Couricilwoman <br />Schmidt and carried, <br />Minutes of'March 18, <br />I Motion for acceptance of the min- <br />VATERMAIN IMPROVEMENT NO. P-WM-287 CONTINUED TO MAY 6, 1974. <br />by Mr. Dunn that the petitioner has requested that the hearing be continued to <br />May 6, 1974, Councilman Courtney's motion was seconded by Councilman Shaw and <br />carrEed that the hearing be continued as requested. <br />Being advised <br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-A48 GRANTED FI-ET READING AND CONCEPT APPROVAL. Affidavits of <br />Notice were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />Mr. Luce presented the petition for rezoning the Schuster farm property from <br />R-1 Single Family Residence District to Ph-2 Planned Residential District, <br />advising that the property is generally located between Dewey Hill Road and W. <br />78th Street, east of Cahill Road and West of Shannon Drive extended.. Mr. Luce <br />said that the proposal calls for nine buildings in tbree groups of three in the <br />central part of the property with single family development on the North side <br />of the site. <br />granted subject to the following conditions: 1) There must be a clarification <br />of the timing of the development so that no more than 50% of either the three <br />story multiple or the two story multiple projects be allowed to be constructed <br />until at least 50% of the single family homes have been platted and are easily <br />available for con6truction; 2) The entire project must be subdivided prior to <br />construction of any element of the project; 3) All areas shown as pond, flood <br />plain, or storm water storage must be dedicated to the City of Edina; 4) The <br />City of Edina must be granted an easement along that area which is shown-as a <br />bicycle path; and 5) A parkland dedication fee of $52,150 must be received <br />prior to final plat approval. Planning Commission had also recommended that the <br />unit sizes be reviewed. Mr. Earl Wilson said that he owns single family lots on <br />Shaughnessy Drive and requested additional time to study the proposal so that he <br />could find out what effect the proposal would have on his property, Mr. Mark <br />Jones, president of the firm which proposes to develop the property introduced <br />Mr. Roger Freeberg who made a slide presentation to show the character of the <br />site. Slides were also presented showing detailed site plansl :In response to <br />a.Lpu_est50nXrpm.an unidentified gentleman in the audience, it was clarified that - <br />the proposal contains 44 single family lots. <br />Drive, 3;ecaIled that an original proposal included more bicycle paths than the <br />present proposal; <br />pond, Mr. Dunn said that the Barr Engineering Company drainage study of South- <br />west Edina had indicated that there will be sufficient water to keep the ponds <br />in good condition. <br />would range from $75,000 to $100,000. Councilman Shaw was told that Assistant <br />Fire Chief Buresh had reviewed the plans and did not make "any negative remarks". <br />Mr. Dale Johnson, 5816 Dewe3 Hill Road, expressed concern about lights from <br />cars shining on houses on Dewey Hill Road when traffic leaves the proposed <br />development. <br />fied that this hearing is for concept approval only. <br />grade elevations and sewer and water locations would be included when the pro- <br />posal is brought back to the Planning Commission and Council for final approval. <br />Discussion ensued as to the possibility of including the Lindquist property in <br />&he project and as to possible road and traffic patterns. <br />expressed about having to fill the property to the extent that it might kill <br />existing trees, Mr. Wilson objected to multiple dwellings being constructed <br />across from single family dwellings. Mr. Micha5.1 Kelly, 5812 Dewey Hill Road, <br />was told by Mayor Van Valkenburg that he could meet with the developer to discuss <br />&;ls &ite.iTiiahive location of roads. Mr. Anthony C. Connor, 7304 Tara Road, was <br />told that the project contains a total of 336 family units, with 44 single <br />family units, 75 two story town house type units and the rest multiple residence <br />units. <br />the school system and as to which schools children of the area would attend. <br />Councilman Shaw pointed out that granting of concept approval by eouiicilwould <br />Planning Commission had recommended that concept approval be <br />. <br />Mr. Robert Clark,770.5. Glasgow <br />In response to Mr. Clark's question on the depth of the <br />Ms. Florence Trainer was told by Mr. Jones that the homes <br />, In response to a question of Mayor Van Valkenburg, Mr. Luce clari- <br />More detailed architecture, <br />Concern was also <br />Discussion then ensued as to the impact of the proposed development on