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MINU'I IS <br />OF THE REGULAR NEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />JULY 21, 1980 <br />Answericg <br />Pro Tem in the absence of Mayor Van Valkenburg. <br />and Joan Lonsbury of the Park Board, Mrs . Leslie Turner of the Human Relations <br />Commission, Mrs. Helen NcClelland of the Community Development and Planning Com- <br />mission and Mrs. Alison Fuhr of the-Traffic Safety Committee. . <br />rollcall were members Richards, Schmidt and Courtney who served as Wayor <br />Present also were Elmes. Virginia Shaw -- <br />MINUTES of July 7, 1980, were approved as submitted by motion of Councilwoman <br />- Schmidt, seconded by Councilman Richards. <br />Ayes : Pichards , Schmidt , Courtney <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />IMPROVEMENTS NOS. P-C-132 , P-WM-340, P-SS-356 AND P-BA-245 CONTINUED. There be- <br />ing only three Council Members present, Councilwoman Schmidt's motion continuing <br />rhe hearings on Improvement Nos. P-C-132, P-WM-340, P-SS-356 and P-BA-245 until <br />August 4, 1980, was seconded by Councilman Richards. <br />Ayes : Richards, Schmidt , Courtney <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />HANSON ESTATES GRANTED PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL. Affidavits of Notice were pre- <br />sented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Mr. Hughes pre- <br />sented Eanson Estates for preliminary plat approval, noting that this two lot sub- <br />division is located generally North of W. 78th Street and West of Shaughnessy Rd. <br />He explained that the Westerly lot will be retained by the proponent for his exist- <br />ing home and that the Easterly lot, which measures 18,700 square feet in area will <br />have access to Shaughnessy Road and will be a new buildable lot. He recalled that, <br />when the proponent originally applied for this subdivision in 1978 , the Planning <br />Commission had continued the request indefinitely in that the Westerly lot did not <br />' have frontage on a public street, but that access is not available from Marth Road <br />as-required by the Zoning Ordinance. and right of way for :a future cul-de-sac for <br />the North terminus of Marth Court has been provided in the plat. Mr. Roger Evan- <br />son, who said that he lives South of the proposed plat, was told that there zre <br />presently no firm plans for Marth Court, but that the street may be developed in <br />conjunction with development of the property to the West or by petition of abutting <br />property owners. Eo objections being heard, Councilman Richards offered the fox- .. <br />lowing resolution and moved its adoption: <br />- <br />. <br />RESOLUTION GRANTING PRELIMINARY APPROVAL <br />FOR HANSON ESTATES <br />BE IT RESOLVED bv the Edina City Council that that certain plat entitled "Hanson .r _I -- - Estates" and presented for preliminary.plat approval by Warren E. Hanson and <br />Sarah L. Hanson, husband and wife, be and is hereby granted preliminary approval, <br />subject to the condition that a document be placed of record which will state that <br />at some future date there will be aneassessment against that property when the <br />cul-de-sac is constructed. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Couccilwoman Schmidt. <br />Rollcall: <br />Ayes: Richards, Schmidt, Courtney <br />Nays: None ~ <br />Resolution adopted. <br />MARTIN'S FIRST ADDITION GRANTED PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL. Affidavits of Notice <br />wsre presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Mr. <br />Hughes presented Marten's First Addition for preliminary plat approval, noting that <br />this 5% acre tract is located generally South of W. 70th St.,. West of T.H. 100 and <br />East of Metro Blvd. and advising that development of this plat will facilitate the <br />completion of development for lands lying East of Metro Blvd. which was previously <br />platted by the proponent. Mr. Hughes advised that a small portion of the property <br />(Outlots A and B) lies West of Metro Blvd. and abuts Nine Mile Creek and, like the <br />property to the North is currently zoned '0-2 Office District. He advised that the <br />Community Development and Planning Comnission had recommended approval subject to <br />the following conditions: 1) Dedication of Outlots A and B to the City for open <br />space and right-of-way purposes; <br />partial credit toward the subdivision dedication requirement ; and 3) that a ten <br />foot wide utility easement be granted along Metro Blvd. on the unplatted portion <br />of the subject property. Two gentlemen in the audience identified themselves as <br />the proponents. In response to a question of the Council, Mr. Hughes explained . <br />I <br />2) that the dedication of Outlots A and B receive