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m 0 cn <br />"A 9 a 5 <br />MINUTES <br />OF WGULAR COUNCIL MEETING <br />OF EDINA c1n7 COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />AUGUST 31, 1981 <br />209 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Richards, Turner and Mayor Courtney. <br />MINUTES of August 17, 1981, were approved as submitted by motion of Member Brede- <br />sen, seconded by Member Richards. <br />Ayes : Bredesen, Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />MICHAEL-NORTHWESTERN PARTNERSHIP APPEAL FROM BOARD OF APPEALS AND ADJUSTMENTS <br />DECISION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 21, 1981. Mr. Hughes recalled that the appeal <br />from Board of Appeals and Adjustments decisions of Michael-Northwestern Partner- <br />ship for numerous variances for property located at 6400 France Ave. s. had been <br />continued from the meeting of August 17, 1881, so that the proponents would have <br />an opportunity to draft a proof of parking agreement for staff approval and so <br />that they could get in touch with residents to the North to see if there would <br />be any objections to the parking screening variance. <br />just received copies of Michael-Northwestern's plans and would hope to proceed, <br />subject to acceptance of the plans by the Council. Ms. Linda Fisher, represent- <br />ing the proponent, said that the record owners of the property to the North had <br />been notified of the proposed screening variance and that she had received no <br />objections. She clarified that occupants of those buildings had not been noti- <br />fied. <br />prepared by Ms. Fisher and that plans yet have to be approved. <br />if the Council is willing to authorize the variance subject to approval of the <br />plans, the agreement could be presented for signing some time this week. Mr. <br />Erickson clarified that implementation of the parking agreement would be the sole <br />discretion of the Manager and the Planner. Stating that he believes that the <br />approval of the plan and parking agreement should be at the discretion of the <br />Council, and that he believes that residents of the buildings, as well as the <br />owners, should have an opportunity to be heard, Mercber Richards' motion continu- <br />ing the hearing until September 21, 1981, was seconded by Member Bredesen. <br />Mr. Hughes said that he had <br />Mr. Erickson advised that he has revised a proof of parking agreement <br />He suggested that, <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays: Mone <br />Motion carried. It t7as understood that the proof of parking agreement should <br />be well in order and that attempts should be made to contact all building occu- <br />pants to the North. <br />ONE CORPOR4TE CENTER PHASE 6 GRANTED FINAL PLAT APPROVAL, SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS. <br />Mr. ,Hughes presented One Corpdrate Center Phase 6 for final plat approval, re- <br />calling that t!iis plat is generally located East of Ohms Lane and West of Metro <br />Blvd., and recommended approval subject to the following conditions: 1) an exe- <br />cuted Developer's Agreement; <br />of the Northeasterly portion of the property abutting Nine Mile Creek. <br />explained that this restriction is necessary to provide a 50 foot setback from <br />the creek which will be slightly relocated in connection with the construction of <br />W. 71st Street.); 3) a grading permit from the Nine Mile Creek Watershed Dis- <br />trict. In response to questions of the Council, Mr. john Kelly, representing the <br />developer, explained that this is a replat of already platted property and that <br />the creek crossing for W. 72nd Street has been completed. He advised that this <br />group of buildings ranges from 7,000 to 14,000 square feet against 18,000 square <br />feet for the largest building in the first group of buildings and that the near- <br />est building is about 150 feec from the creek, with the parking lot being 50 feet <br />from the creek. No objections being heard, Member Bredesen offered the following <br />resolution and noved its adoption: <br />2) a Consarvation Restriction covering a small part <br />(He <br />RESOLUTION <br />EE IT RESOLVED bg.the Edina City Council that that certair, plat entitled One . <br />Corporate Center- Phase 6, platted by Ryar, Construction Company of ?Iinnesota, Inc., <br />and presented at the Edina City Council Meeting of August 31, 1981, be and is <br />hereby grwted final plat approval. <br />Nation for adoption or' the resolution was seconded by Member =chards. <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Tumer, Courtney <br />Nzys: Hose <br />Resolution adopted. <br />LEO EVAEsS ZONING CHANGE HMRIXG CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 5, 1981. Mr. Hughes <br />recalled that the zoning heaFiig for Leo Evans for PRD-2 zoning for property