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NINUTES OF THE REGULAR TYIEETING OF THE <br />SDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY IULL <br />JULY 17, 1978 <br />3 <br />!.rsvxh~ rsllczll :?Ere meD%ers CoQrtnP-y <br />Board and Commission Members present were Phes. Betty Cater, representing the <br />Art Center and Nrs. Helen McClelland of the Community Development and Planning <br />Commission. <br />- SOUTIWEST, SOUTH AND WEST EDINA PLAN AMENDMENT CONTINUED TO SEPTEM3ER18, <br />Mr. Hughes presented the Southtrest, South and Western Edina Plan Amendment to <br />Council, recalling that this matter has been continued from May 1, 1978, and <br />recommending that the matter be continued further to September 18, 1978, by <br />motion of Councilman Courtney, seconded by Councilman Shaw. <br />Richards Shaw and Nayw Van Va'Lkmhitrg - <br />1978. <br />Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Shaw, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />ORDINANCE NO: 811-All5 CONTINUED to September 11, 1978. <br />that Ordinance No. 811-All5 had been continued from the CounciL Meeting.of May 1, <br />1978, and recommended that the ordinance be continued once again to September 18, <br />1978. <br />mended by Mr. Hughes, was seconded by Councilman Shaw. <br />Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Shaw, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />Mot ion carried. <br />Mr. Hughes recalled <br />Councilman Courtney's motion continuing Ordinance No. 811-All5 as recom- <br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-Al17 GRANTED SECOND READING CONDITIONALLY. Mr. Hughes pre- <br />sellted the request of Edina Baptist Church for R-1 Residential District Zoning, <br />Second Reading for which had been continued from July 7, 1978, so that the mat- <br />ter of drainage from the parking lot could be studied more thoroughly. <br />Sentman, 6500 Parnell Ave,, representing the church, advised that an engineer <br />retained by the church has proposed that the church build a 3 foot berm on the <br />West side of the property which would retain any water caused by a 100 year rain. <br />He suggested that, if there should be a heavier rainfall, the water could be <br />handled by constructing a spillway which would go thru the City pump house pro- <br />perty, thus missing residential properties on Halifax Ave. and channelling the <br />wzter into the street. <br />ing to 1) raise the parking lot berin within 60 days; 2) chaining the North entrance <br />within 60 days; 3) constructing the storm drain as part'of the building plumbing <br />contract this fa'il; 4) installation of a parking lot night light in the North- <br />west corner this fall; 5) plant additional taller trees on the berm, with addi- <br />tional landscaping alongside the building after construction is completed; and <br />6) install fence within the next several weeks after meeting with neighbors to <br />discuss'the design of the fence. <br />questioned whether the water wfiich is proposed to be diverted to the City pump <br />house property would cause flooding on properties on the West side of Halifax Ave. <br />. He expressed concern that the church is expanding too much for its location, thus <br />causing excessive traffic on France Ave. In response to Councilman Shaw's concern <br />that substantial greenery has already been removed on W. 54th Street, Nr. Sentman <br />assured the Council that the church intends to install landscaping so khat cars <br />in the parking lot will not be visible to neighbors and that they intend to <br />extend the fence across the back of the pumphouse property. He assured Council <br />that the church is not trying to negotiate the purchase of any additional property <br />adjacent to the slte. Xr. David Thatcher, 5309 Halifax Ave. presented a drawing <br />of the site, .advising':that neighbors would like to have trees planted in green <br />areas of the parking lot, rather than having %t.ark blacktop". <br />Council cannot require a design which will provide for more than a 100 year storm <br />and recor?!iending that the City :look 5nto the Madison, Wisconsin, ordinance, <br />Councilman Richards offered Ordinance No. 811-All7 for Second Reading and moved <br />its adoption, with the understanding that the berm be constructed to standards <br />established by the City, with an additional height of the berm of an approximate <br />6 inches as will be recomiiended by the City Engineer before the ordinance is <br />Mr. Paul <br />Reference was also made to a letter from the church agree- <br />A gentleman who lives at 5300 Halifax Ave. <br />Noting that the <br />published; <br />'ORDINANCE NO. 811-All7 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE (NO. 811) <br />BY REZONING PROPERTY TO R-1 RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT <br />FROM K-2 IZUT,TIPLE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT <br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS : <br />Section 1. <br />Lots 8, 10 an3 11, Block 1, South Harriet Park 2nd Addition <br />Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage <br />and publication, <br />There is hereby added to the Single Family District (R-1) , <br />created by Paragraph 1 of Section 3 of Ordinance 811, the following: