MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
<br />OF THE EDINA CITY COUNCIL
<br />HELD ON JULY 12, 1976, AT CITY HALL
<br />Answering rollcall were members Courtney, Schmidt, Shaw and Mayor Van Valkenburg.
<br />MINUTES of the June 21, 1976 meeting were approved as corrected and the Board
<br />of Review minutes were approved as submitted by motion of Councilmari Courtney;
<br />Mr. Shaw seconded the motion.
<br />Ayes: Courtney, Schmidt, Shaw and Van Valkenburg.
<br />Nays: None
<br />Notion Czrried
<br />DALSIN 1ST ADDITION GRANTED PfiELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL; SUBJECT TO CERTAIN
<br />and ordered placed on file.
<br />inary plat approval.
<br />three lots on the northeast corner of Laguna Drive and West Shore Drive to a
<br />reconfigured three lots.
<br />house facing West Shore DZhe is set back on the lot creating an excellent
<br />transition, and stated that the Planning Commission recommends approval as no
<br />significant changes are being made to the area and no new buildable lots are
<br />being created. This recommendation was contingent on the dedication of an
<br />easement for utility purposes and the installation of one connection for utili-
<br />ties for the southeast lot.
<br />moved its adoption subject to receipt of an agreement from the ohners of the
<br />property to dedicate to the City an easehent for utility purposes and the
<br />installation of one.connection for the southeast lot:
<br />Affidavits of Notice were presented by Clerk, approved as to form
<br />Mr. Luce presented Dalsin 1st Addition for prelim-
<br />He advised that the proponents are requesting to replat
<br />This new proposal would have two lots facing Laguna
<br />He noted that there are homes now facing Laguna'and the existing
<br />Mr. Courtney offered the following resolution and
<br />R?3SOLUTION APPROVING PRELIMINARY PLAT OF
<br />CALSIN 1ST ACDITION
<br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Edina City Council that that certain plat entitled
<br />"Dalsin 1st Addition", platted by Bernard Dalsin, and presented at the Edina
<br />City Council Meeting of July 12, 1976, be and is hereby approved, subject to
<br />receipt of an agreement from the owners of the property to dedicate to the
<br />City an easement for utility purposes and the installation of one connection
<br />for the southeast lot. .
<br />Blotion for adoption of tne resolution was seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt. I .. Rollcall:
<br />Ayes: Courtney, Schmidt, Shaw and Van Valkenburg
<br />Nays: None
<br />Resolution adopted.
<br />O2DI.NA"E NO. 71142 ADOPTED; 2ND READING WAIVED. Affidavits of Notice were
<br />presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file.
<br />Erickson explained that the amendment to Ordinance No. 711 would include the
<br />estzblishment of a commercial sanitation district. The methods allowed within
<br />the district would be non-exclusive license (each owner within the districtmah-
<br />taining his own hauler), by an exclusive license (such as in Morningside), by
<br />a ccntract between the City and a hauler, or the City doing the hauling. The
<br />amendment is designed for specific implementation at this time in the 50th and
<br />France area, however, is not restricted to that a;ea and may be applied to other
<br />areas in the future.
<br />be made by the Council through a resolution.
<br />No. 711-A2 for first reading, with waiver of 2nd reading and moved its adoption
<br />as follows:
<br />Mr. .
<br />He stated that the designation of sanitation districts nust
<br />Mr. Courtney offered Ordinance
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 711-A2
<br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 711
<br />TO AUTHORIZE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
<br />COMIv!ERCIAL SLNITATION DISTRICTS
<br />Section 1. Sections 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 of Ordinance No. 711 are hereby
<br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EDINA, MIFJNESOTA, ORDAINS:
<br />amended to read as follows:
<br />"Sec. 9. Definitions; Sanitation Districts - Methods of Collection.
<br />"a. Definition. For purposes of Sectidns 9 through 13, the
<br />following terms shall have the following meanings:
<br />swill, rubbish, sweepings, cleanings, paper, cardboard, glass, jars and bottles,
<br />Plastic containers, and other waste items normally resulting from the operation
<br />of a household, and yard debris such as grass clippings, leaves, hedge trimmings,
<br />a-d tree limbs of 8 inches or lass in diamete5 and cut to 3-foot lengths or less.
<br />'I 'Household refuse' shall mean all domestic solid waster, garbage,
<br />'Commercial refuse' shall mean all solid waste, all refuse,
<br />garbage, swill, rubbish, and waste matter generated in the normal operation of
<br />a commercial, business or office. establishment.