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MINUTES <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HAG <br />JUNE 21, 1982 <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Courtney. <br />PRIME DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ZONING GRANTED FIRST READING. Affidavits of Not- <br />ice were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />Mr. Hughes presented the petition of Prime Development Corporation for R-1 <br />Residential District to POD-1 Planned Office District for a 4.8 acre site gen, <br />erally located in the Northeast quadrant of County Road 18 and W. 7th Street. <br />He advised that the site is surrounded by Van Valkenburg Park on the East and <br />across the street, Grandview Cemetery on the North and across the street and <br />by vacant land which is zoned office and multiple residential district to the <br />South and across the street, and recalled that, several months ago, the Bffice <br />District zoning request of Mr. Darrel Farr had been withdrawn. Mr. Hughes <br />advised that the Community Development and Planning Commission had reviewed <br />plans for this project which consists of a townhouse style office development of <br />one story designed for 34 individual medical and dental offices containing <br />40,750 square feet of floor area, and stressed that the City's ongoing parking' <br />requirement for this project will be based upon the actual number of doctors, <br />rather than on floor area, and that the leasing of the units may be somewhat <br />restricted because of this requirement. He noted also his concern about the fact: <br />that the rear of the development will be oriented toward the street and said that <br />treatment of the rear of these buildings in terms of building materials, land- <br />scaping, garbage storage, etc., should be carefully considered at the time the .:-. <br />final plans are reviewed. <br />Planning Commission had recommended preliminary rezoning approval subject to 1) <br />final plat being conditioned on acceptable overall development plans; and 2) an <br />easement or fee ownership must be dedicated to allow access to Van Valkenburg <br />Park. He clarified that, if the fee ownership is dedicated, this should repre- <br />sent a credit toward the developer's subdivision dedication requirement. Mr. <br />Chuck Tuchfarber of Prime Development Corporation, advised that 30 to 35 doctors <br />will practice at this complex and that parking as planned will be adequate. <br />further discussion being heard, Member Schmidt offered Ordinance No. 811-A164 <br />for First Reading as follows: <br />Mr. Hughes advised that the Community Development and <br />NO <br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-Al64 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE (NO. 811) <br />BY ADDING TO THE PLANNED OPFICE DISTRICT <br />Section 1. Paragraph 1 of Section 8 of Ordinance No. 811 is amended by <br />"The extent of the Planned OEfkce Distridt (Shb-District. PODirl) is enlarged <br />THE CITY '.COUNCIL OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />adding the following thereto: <br />by the addition of the.following property: <br />(See description in Exhib1t.h attached hereto and-made a part of these finutes.) <br />and publication. <br />Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage <br />ORDINhCE NO. 811-A162 GRANTED SECOND READING. Mr. Hughes presented Ordinance <br />No. 811-A162 for Second Reading, recalling that this matter had been continued <br />from June 7, 1982, so that the developer would have an opportunity to develop <br />different plans which would be more acceptable to the City. Mr. M. H. Haymaker, <br />the developer, showed graphics which indicated comparisons with the height of the <br />proposed building with other dwellings in the area. <br />the issue of increased property density.as it relates particularly to City parks <br />and suggested that this be studied at a future time. <br />called to a petition signed by 17 residents in the neighborhood which urged <br />Council to approve the zoning. <br />Schmidt offered Ordinance No. 811-A162 for Second Reading and moved its adoption <br />as follows, subject to conditions recommended by the Community Development and <br />Planning Commission, which recommendations are as follows: 1) The choice of <br />plant materials (i.e. jun5pers and amur maples) for the South and West property <br />boundaries should be replaced with half trees or a taller hedge material for <br />screening purposes; 2) The plant material (i.e. blud sprue4 proposed for the <br />parking lot island should be replaced by deciduous trees or shrubs; conifer <br />materials should be specified by height rather than by diameter; <br />ing retaining wall located in the*Northeast corner of the property should be <br />entirely removed; as an alternative, the most Northeasterly projection of the <br />wall should be relocated back from the curb and the entire wall should be <br />upgraded; 4) Separate, individual sewer and water services must be provided <br />to each unit; 5) Surface drainage of the drives and parking areas must be <br />Member Richards questioned <br />Council's attention was <br />No further discussion being heard, Member <br />3) The exist-
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