.I MINUTES OF THE REGULAR NEETING.OF THE
<br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL ON NONDAY,
<br />JANUARY 5, 1976
<br />7:OO P.M.
<br />Answerhg rollcall. were members Richards, Schmidt, Shaw and Mayor Van Valkenburg.
<br />MINUTES of December 15, 1976, were approved as submitted by motion of Councilman
<br />Richards, seconded by Councilman Shaw and carried.
<br />- YOICKTOWN 2ND AEDITION GRANTED PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL, SUBJECT TO CERTAIN
<br />and ordered placed on file.
<br />liminary plat approval as recommended by the staff and by the Planning Commission,
<br />advising that this property is generally located South of Hazelton Road and West
<br />of York Avenue and is presently in the Yorktown Addition. He explained that the
<br />Affidavits of Notice were presented by Clerk, approved 2s to form
<br />Mr. Luce presented Yorktown 2nd Addition for pre- I
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<br />new plat is necessary because Metram Properties would like to begin construction
<br />on the second phase of-their apartment development of the three, four'and five
<br />story buildings just South of the Yorktown Fashion Mall.
<br />to use a different mortgagee than was used for the first phase and a separate
<br />legal description and tax parcel must, therefore, be created. Councilman Shaw
<br />suggested that'a performance bond be required in connection with the second and
<br />third phases of the development.
<br />will be necessary before construction can take place, Mr. Antonio Bernardi said
<br />that his company needs the easements as much as the City. Following considerable
<br />discussion, Councilman Shaw offered the following resolution and moved its adopt-
<br />ion, subject to receipt of an agreement from the owners of the property to grant
<br />to the City an easement for maintenance and reconstruction of the water line and
<br />fire hydrant to be constructed on the property by the owner:
<br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Edina City Council that that certain plat entitled "York-
<br />town 2nd Addition", platted by Netram Properties Co., and presented at the Edina
<br />City Council meeting of Januaq 5, 1976, be and is hereby approved, subject to
<br />receipt of an agreement from the owners of the property to grant to the City an
<br />*easement for maintenance and reconstruction of the water line and fire hydrant
<br />to be constructed on the property by the owners.
<br />Moticjn for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt and
<br />on rollcall there were four ayes and no nays and the resolution was adopted.
<br />The proponents intend
<br />In response to Mr. Luce's comment that easements
<br />STOF3 SEWER IMPROVEMENT NO. ST.S-140 BIDS REJECTED. Mr. Hyde recalled that bids
<br />for Storm Sewer Improvement No. ST.S-140 presented at the meeting of December
<br />15, 1975, had been continued because estimates had been so much lower than the
<br />bids received. As recommended by Mr. Hyde, Councilman Shaw's motion that the
<br />bids be rejected and new brds taken was seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt and car-
<br />ALUMINUM SIGNS CONTRACT AWARDED TO LYLE SIGNS, INC. Mr. Byde presented tabula-
<br />tion of nine bids received in response to Advertisement for Bids in the Edina Sun
<br />and Construction Bulletin.
<br />$10,096.15; Vulcan Signs & Stampings, Inc., at $10,208.86; Hall Signs, Inc., at
<br />$10,703.23; Sidal Alumhum Corporation, $10,855.00; Gopher Stamp & Die Company,
<br />$11,283.11 and Donne11 Conpang at $13,967.27. Councilman Shaw's motion awarding
<br />contract to recomniended low bidder, Lyle Signs, Inc., was seconded by Council-
<br />woman Schmidt and carried.
<br />Tabulation showed L$ie Signs, Inc., low bidder at
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<br />GLEN LAKE SANITARITJN USE BY HENNEPIN COUNTY CONTINUED.
<br />referred to a letter from the Mayor of the City of Minnetonka asking the Council
<br />Mayor Van Valkenburg
<br />to support Minnetonka's effort to use a vacant burlding on the grounds of the
<br />Glen Lake Sanitarium for a County detoxification center, rather than building a
<br />new facility as contemplated by the County.
<br />the Minnetonka City llanager
<br />WESTERN EI)INL4 PLAH REVIEW DISCUSSED.
<br />Commission had recornended that the Western Edina Plan review be deferred until a
<br />decision is reached OE the Grandview Park Cemetery.
<br />the Court had just handed do~m a decision whereby the it was determined that the
<br />Southerly twenty acres of the Grandview Park Cemetery had been properly taxed
<br />by the City of Edina.
<br />to submit appropriate findicgs of fact, conclusions of law and order for judg-
<br />ment in accordance with the memorandum which, when approved by the Court, may
<br />then be submitted to the Examiner of Titles of Hennepin County for use in the
<br />registration of title proceedings pending.
<br />decision is subject to appeal. Council questioned Mr. Luce's statement that
<br />the Metropolitan Council must approve Edina's comprehensive plan for .Nestem
<br />Edina and instructed Mr. Luce to proceed with his review of the Western Edina
<br />Mr. Hyde will discuss the matter with
<br />and report back at the next Council Meeting.
<br />Mr. Luce advised Council that the Planning
<br />Mr. Erickson advised that
<br />Counsel for th,e City had been requested by Judge Iverson
<br />Mr. Erickson pointed out that this