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MIWTES- OF THE REGULAR PIEBTIXG <br />OF THE EDINA CITY COUNCIL <br />HELD MARCH 1, 1976 AT CITY HALL <br />Answering rollcall wefe members Courtney, Richards, Schmidt.. Shaw and Mayor Van <br />Valkenburg. <br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-A69 GRANTED FIRST READING. Mr. Luce recalled that Ordinance <br />No. 811-A69. which expands the number of uses allowed in the Comniercial District, <br />had been continued from the nieeting of February 23, 1976. <br />ices had beenpent out to owners of Commercial District property and that no <br />negative responses had been received from them. <br />group had responded that there should not be any commercial district in the City <br />and that another neighborhood group had responded its approval of the ordinance. <br />Following discussion, Councilman Courtney offered the following ordinance for <br />First Reading: <br />He advised that not- <br />He added that one neighborhood <br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-A69 <br />TO CHANGE THE PRINCIPAL USES ALLOWED <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE (NO. 811) <br />IN CONNERCIAL DISTRICT C-1 AND C-2 <br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1: Subparagraph (a) of District C-1 of Paragraph 4 of Sec. 9 (Com- <br />mercial District) of Ordinance No. 811 is hereby amended so as to provid? as <br />follows : ., -6 '. "(a) Principle Uses: <br />1. <br />2. <br />3. <br />' 4. <br />5. <br />6. <br />7. <br />8. <br />9. <br />10. <br />' 11. <br />12. <br />13. <br />14. <br />15. <br />13. <br />14. <br />15. <br />16. <br />17. <br />18. <br />19 <br />20. <br />21. <br />22. <br />23. <br />24. <br />25. <br />26. <br />27. <br />28 Y 29. <br />30. <br />; 31. <br />32. <br />33 * <br />34. <br />35. <br />36. <br />37. <br />38. <br />39. <br />Antique shops. <br />Art Galleries. <br />Bakeries, provided the room or rooms containing the preparation <br />and baking process shall not have a gross floor area in excess <br />of 2,500 square feet. <br />Barber shops. <br />Beauty parlors. <br />Bicycle stores, including rental, repair and sales. <br />Book and stationery stores. <br />Camera and photographic supply stores. <br />Candy and ice cream stores. <br />Clothes pressing and tailoring shops. <br />Clothing stores not exceeding 2,500 square feet of gross floor <br />area d <br />Coin and philatelic stores. <br />Drug stores. <br />Dry cleaning establishments provided the room or rooms contain- <br />ing the cleaning and pressing process shall not have a gross <br />floor area in excess of 2,500 square feet. <br />Florist shops. <br />Food, grocery, meat, fish, bakery and delicatessen stores. - <br />Garden supply, cool and seed stores. <br />Gift shops. <br />Handball courts. <br />Hardward stores. <br />Hobby shops for the sale of goods to be assembled and used off the <br />premises. <br />Household furnishings, fixtures and accessory stores not <br />exceeding 2,500 square feet of gross floor area. <br />Interior decorating establishments. <br />Jewelry stores . <br />Launderettes. <br />Leather goods stores. <br />Liquor stores, municipally owned, off sale. <br />Locksmith shops. <br />Medical and -dental clinics. <br />Musical instrument stores and repair shops. <br />Newsstands. <br />Offices, including both business and professional. <br />Optical stores. . <br />Paint and wallpaper stores not exceeding 2,500 square feet of <br />gross floor area. <br />Personal apparel stores not exceeding 2,500 square feet of gross <br />floor area. <br />Phonograph, record and sheet music stores. <br />Art studios. '. <br />1 __ <br />Picture framing and picture stores. <br />Repair stores and. "f ix-it" shops Iwhich provide sewices for the <br />repair of home, .garden, yard and per'sonai use appliances. <br />?