<br />OF THE REGULAR bBII.:ETING OF THE
<br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL
<br />DECEEIBER 1, 1980
<br />Answering rollcall were members Bredesen, Courtney, Richards , Schmidt and Mayor
<br />Van Valkenburg .
<br />EDINANITE BALL RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION ADOPTED.
<br />the following Resolution of Appreciation for the EDINMUTE Ball, which resolu-
<br />tion was unanimously adopted:
<br />WHEREAS, the Edina Foundation was created to provide a method for people to make
<br />bequests and donations for the purpose of funding community supported projects
<br />that may not be tax supported; and
<br />WHEREAS, The Edina Foundation, in order to obtain funds, decided to establish
<br />an annual community event, The Edina Foundation Ball; and
<br />WHEREAS, Kay and Ron BacIi, together with Natalie and Arthur Rudin, residents of
<br />the City of Edina, established and coordinated a committee, The Edina Foundation
<br />Ball Committee, to accomplish the EDINAMLTE Ball; and
<br />WEIEREAS, the work of the Bachs and the Rudins, coupled with the work of The
<br />Edina Foundation Ball Committee, led to a decidedly successfulBal1 providing
<br />nearly $14,000 for the Edina Foundation; and,
<br />WqEREAS, The Edina Foundation Ball is certainly established as an ongoing com-
<br />munity event and generator of funds for The Eidna Foundation;
<br />NOTJ, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLYED BY THE EDINA CITY COUNCIL that the appreciation of
<br />the residents of the City of Edina as expressed by their City Council is hereby
<br />conferred upon the EDIHANITE Ball Committee and special appreciation to KAY and
<br />RON-BACH and NATALIE and ARTHUR RUDIN for their special leadership that insured
<br />The Edina Foundation Ball's success.
<br />Phyor Van Valkenburg read
<br />RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION
<br />STORM SEWER IMPROVEBENT NO. ST.S-165 APPROVED ON 100% PETITION. Mr. Hoffman
<br />recalled that Storm Sewer Improvement Xo. ST.S-165 had been continued from the
<br />meeting of November 17, 1980, so that estimated cost of the project could be
<br />obtained. He recalled also that Ryan Corporation and Edina Place, Inc., have
<br />submitted a 100% petition for installation of a trunk storm sewer line through
<br />their properties. He explained that this involves an area of 1,034,793 square
<br />feet and that Ryan Corporation has requested that the improvement be assessed an
<br />initial 5C per square foot to be levied against property known as One Corporate
<br />Csnter - Phases Three and Five, with the remaining balance to be assessed over
<br />the entire area of this project. Total estimated cost of the project was given
<br />at $136,085.34.
<br />be 15.8412: per square foot, with the remaining properties to be assessed at
<br />10.841~ per square foot over a ten year assessment.
<br />presenting Ryan Corporation, was in attendance and acknowledged the fact that the
<br />cost given by Mr. Hoffman was only an estimate.
<br />Councilman Courtney offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
<br />The estimate for One Corporate Center Phase Three and Five would
<br />Mr. Alan W. Schackman, re-
<br />No objections being heard,
<br />RESOLUTION ORDERING STORM SEVER IPPROVENENT NO.
<br />ST.S-165 UPON PETITION THEREFOR
<br />BS'IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, as follows:
<br />I. It is hereby found and determined that a petition has been filed requesting
<br />the Council to construct a Storm Sewer improvement in One Corporate Center Phase
<br />Three and One Corporate Center Phase Five and that the Developers now QWII all= - -
<br />property which will abutt and be assessed for the improvement and that said peti-
<br />tion has been signed by the developers.
<br />2. The making of said improvement in accordance with said petition is hereby
<br />ordered pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 429.031 (3), (Session Laws of
<br />1961, Chapter 525, Section 2).
<br />be referred to in all subseq'uent proceedings as STORM SE[JER IBE'ROVEMENT NO. ST.S-
<br />165. The entire cost of said improvement is hereby ordered to be assessed .
<br />against the properties in One Corporate Center Phase Three and One Corporate
<br />Center Phase Five where said improvement is to be located.
<br />Xotion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman Richards.
<br />Said improvement isehereby designated and shall
<br />I fill call :
<br />Nays: None
<br />Resolution adopted.
<br />* Ayes: Bredesen, Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Van Valkenburg
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-A142 SECOND READING CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 15, 1980. Mr. Hughes
<br />recalled that First Xeading or Ordinance No. 811-A142 had been granted on Nov-
<br />ember 11, 1980, o~ the condition that,before Second Reading, Al Johnson Con-
<br />struction Company wouid commit in writing to the building plan as approved by
<br />the Communiry Development and Planning Commission and work out a resolution of
<br />the 35 foot strip of land located between the subject property and York Avenue.
<br />He referred to a letter received from the proponent stating that "It is the in- .