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151 <br />Answering rollcall were members Bredesen , Courtney , Richards, Schmidt and <br />Kayos Van Val!ccnburg. <br />ity Development and Planning Conmission and Leslie Turner of the Hunirin Relat.Lons <br />Conmission. <br />Present also were Mues . Helen McClell-and of the Commtin- <br />NINUTES of July 16, 1979, were approved as submitted by motion of Councilman <br />Rrcdesen, secmded by Council~~oman Schmidt. <br />Ayes: Bredcsen, Courtney, Richards,, Schmidt, Van Valkenburg . <br />Nays: None <br />' Motion carried. <br />PUSLIC HEARINGS ON IMPROVEMENTS NOS. P-SS-352 AND P-I?I.I-336 CONTIMUED. Affida- <br />vits of Notice were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed <br />on file. <br />action taken as hereinafter set forth: <br />Due notice having been given, public hearings were conducted and <br />A. SANITARY SEVER IMPROVEPIENT NO. P-SS-352 AND APPURTENANCES IN THE EOLLOWING: <br />East side of Prance Avenue from Parklam1 Ave. to the South City Limits; <br />I?. 76th Street from Parlclawm Avenue to France Avenue <br />East side of France Avenue from Parklawn Avenue to the South City Li-aits <br />B . KATER3IAIN I>PROVENENT NO. P-WM-336 IN THE FOLLOKl3IG: <br />The above improvements generally affecting the same properties, public hearings <br />were conducted concurrently. Mr. Rosland presented total estimated construction <br />cost for SanLtary Sewer Improvement No. P-SS-352 at $139,839.86, proposed to be <br />assessed agahst 35.16 acres at an estimated rate of $3,664.57 per acre. He <br />presented total estimated construction cost for Watermain Improvement No, P-mf- <br />336 at $92,699.84, proposed to be assessed against 2,491.24 J.ineal feet at an <br />estimated cost of $37..21 per foot. Council 77as advised that the improvements <br />wre peLitioned by Hedberg & Sons Company, owners of a large percentage of the <br />property but Khat the two other property oizners have not indicated whether o-i <br />noli they favor the improvements. He explained that the Sanitary Sewer is pro- <br />~osed to run through the 77th Street Lift Station, into the large ir,tcrcepeor <br />seiirer Zn Richfield and eventually to St. Paul for treatmnt. In response to <br />z ccxern expressed by Cou~zciLmzn Courtney as to vhether or not the interceptnr <br />had almost reached its capacity, Mr. Hoffman said that the City is in the prc- <br />cess of dealing b7ith the Metropolitan Waste Control. and with the City 02 Eden <br />Prairie and that all of the lines on the Vest side of Comty Road 18 will go <br />to the Blue Lake plant ii the Shalcopee zrea for treatzent, and that a jobt <br />powers agreement is being drawn up for use of these lines. He added .that he <br />had not yet received. easements or che affidavit which the Be:l.bergs had agreed <br />to sign stating that they would not oppose the asses;;ment of the improve?knts. <br />Councilxpn Richerds suggested that agreemenes should be received from the CiZy <br />of Ede9 Prairie and the Metropolitan Council Waste COX~KO~ Cominisslon aild that <br />ai1y'.potjeatial- problems should be solved before the sanitary sever is 5nsLa'llecl. <br />2.il:. I-loff~an said that he felt comfortable that no problem wtju.ld exist., Mi:. . <br />I-Ieffnian addcd also that the bids received for' the improvements which arc to be <br />conside;ed later in the meeting were excellent bids and 111iat he would hup@ tu <br />take advantage of them. Nr. Erickson said that the City would be conmitted to <br />the project once the bid was awarded, acd addeci that the City has a six montl? <br />deadline on ehe time in which the improvement can be ordered after chis, hear- <br />ing date. Councilmarl Courtney's motion to continue the hearings until Rug~ist. <br />20 + 1979, t7as seconded by Councilman Rjkhards e <br />Ayes : Bredesen, Courtney, Richards, Schaidt, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />140 t ion c arr ie d .