M 1 NUTES
<br />OF THE HEGULAR MEETING OF TlIE
<br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL IIELG, AT CITY HALL
<br />W3vBER 2, 197'3
<br />Answering rollcall were members Richards, Schmidt and Nayor Van Valkenburg.
<br />Mrs. Helen McClelland, representing the Coimnunity Development and Planning Commis-
<br />sion, was present.
<br />AOAM BATKO HONORED UPON RETIREMENT AFTER TIJENTY-TWO YEARS WITH CITY.
<br />Richards offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
<br />RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION
<br />WHEREAS, Adam Daniel Batko has served the City of Edina faithfully and ener-
<br />getically for 22 years since February 19, 1956; and
<br />WHEREAS , Adam Daniel Batko , having achieved the title of Public Works Superinten-
<br />dent, did oversee the operation of the Public Works Department during Edina's
<br />greatest period of growth, when more than 150 miles of new roadlay was con-
<br />structed and total development increased from thirty-three to ninety-five percent;
<br />&EREAS, Adam Daniel Batko brought honor and recognition to the City of Edina
<br />through his own efforts and creativity as illustrated especially by his invention
<br />of specialized equipment now in use throughout the world;
<br />NOW, THEREFOXE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Edina City Council does hereby express
<br />its sincere appreciation to
<br />for the excellent service he has rendered to and for the citizens of the City of'
<br />Xdina; and
<br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be spread upon the Minutes
<br />Book of the Edina City Council and that an appropriate copy be presented to him.
<br />Notion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt and
<br />unanimously carried.
<br />PIJBLIC HEARINGS COhBUCTED ON VARIOUS ASSESSMENTS.
<br />presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file.
<br />having been given, public hearings were conducted and action taken as hereinafter
<br />set forth.
<br />Councilman I
<br />ADAM DANIEL BATKO
<br />Affidavits of Notice were
<br />Due notice
<br />I A. TJATEPNAIN IMPROVEElENT NO. IN-320 IN TXE FOLLOWING:
<br />Merilane from Interlachen Blvd. North to cul-de-sac.
<br />Rolling Green Parkway from Interlachen Blvd. North to AnnaWay Drive.
<br />Bywood TJest from Interlachen Blvd. North to Annaway Drive.
<br />from Merilane West and North to cul-de-sac
<br />Crescent Terrace from Bywood West to Rolling Green Parkway
<br />Met Lane from Annaway DriTe to Merilane.
<br />Interlachen Blvd. from the West right-of-way line of Mirror Lakes Drive
<br />extended West to 650' West of Bywood West
<br />From Merilane cul-de-sac, thence Northerly along the east line of Lot 12,
<br />Block 1, Gunnar Johnson's Second Rearrangement of Rolling Green to a point
<br />10' South of the Northeast comer of said lot on said line; thence Easterfy
<br />10' South of and parallel to tfie North line of Block 1, Walling's Addition,
<br />First Xeplat, to the East line of said Block; thence Easterly 85' to a point
<br />which is 5' North of the North line of Lot 1, Block 1, Hilidale LaLone Addition;
<br />Thence Easterly 5' North and parallel to said Lot 1 to the West right-of-way line
<br />of Circle West; thence to Circle West cul-de-sac. From Mait Lane North parallel
<br />and 5' West of the West line of Lot 7, Block 1, Gunnar Johnson's 2nd Rearrangement
<br />of Rolling Green, to the West line of Lot 1, Block 1, Gunnar Johnson's 2nd Rear-
<br />rangement of Rolling Green; thence Northwesterly along said West line to Annaway Dr.
<br />Annaway Drive
<br />Recalling that this hearing had been continued from the Council Meeting of Sept-
<br />ember 18, 1978, so that a method of assessing 13 and 14 Paddock Lane, which pro-
<br />perties had been connected to the Cooper Circle watermain in 1969, Mr. Rosland
<br />presented Analysis of Assessment showfng total construction cost of $251,987.12,
<br />proposed to be assessed against 88 connections at $2,863.49 per connection against
<br />estimated assessment oE $3,048.17 per connection. He reviewed the three revised
<br />alternatives lisced by Mr. Hoffman as follows: 1) the elimination of properties
<br />at 13 and 14 Paddock Lane (Lots 13 and 14, Rolling Green) from the benefited
<br />area, thus increasing the assessments to the remaining 86 lots from $2,863.49 *
<br />to $2,930.08; 2) To levy the full assessment baked on providing water to the
<br />fiolling Green area at $2,563.49 per lot for 58 assessable lots in accordance
<br />with 1969 City Council minutes; 3) To assess the cost of improvement for the fire servics line on Paddock Lane nmpng the six potential users of that fire
<br />tic>n, engineering, clericill- 2nd c-npi-talizcd intei-est costs, with thc su1:pes'icd
<br />assessment to 13 and 14 Paddock Lane of $i,240.00 each and the asscssrncnt to the
<br />The cost of the fire service line is $7,440.00 whi'ch includes construc-