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f <br />MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />JULY 11, 1983 <br />--EDINA CITY COUNCIL EIELD AT CITY HALL <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor <br />Courtney. <br />MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of June 20, 1983, were approved as submitted <br />by motion of Member Turner, seconded by Member Schmidt. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />DONALD KLINGELHOETS COKMENDED. Mr. Rosland commended Mr. Donald Klingelhoets <br />for his service to the City of Edina, <br />working for the City in 1970 as a parkkeeper. <br />superintendent of the Braemar Golf Course. <br />in the area of repair and maintenance of all golf course equipment has proven to <br />be a valuable asset to the City. <br />silver pen bearing the Edina Logo. <br />ciation for his steadfast service to the City. <br />He pointed out that Mr. Klingelhoets began <br />In 1978 he was promoted to assistant <br />Mr. Rosland mentioned that his knowledge <br />Mr. Rosland presented Mr. Klingelhoets with a <br />Members of the Council expressed their appre- <br />PUBLIC HEARING CONDUCTED ON COMANCHE COURT IMPROVEMENT NO. P-L-24. Affidavits of <br />Notice were presented by Acting Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on <br />file. <br />as hereinafter set forth: <br />A. ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT P-L-24 IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Mr. Rosland presented total estimated construction cost for Improvement No. <br />P-L-24 at $433.12, proposed to be assessed on a per assessable lot basis at an <br />estimated cost of $53.89 per assessable lot. <br />is being proposed as a result of a petition. <br />will pay the monthly electric charge after installation and Northern States Power <br />will maintain the system. <br />assessments levied in 1983, with the initial installment due in 1984. <br />Bredesen offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />Pursuant to due notice given, public hearing was conducted and action taken <br />Between 7142 Valley View Road and 7005 Comanche Court <br />Mr. Hoffman stated that this project <br />He further explained that the City <br />Construction will be accomplished in 1983, with <br />Member <br />RESOLUTION ORDERING IMPROVEMENT <br />ORNAMElNTAL STREET LIGHTING L-24 <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, that this Council <br />heretofore caused notice of hearing to be duly published and mailed to owners <br />of each parcel within the area proposed to be assessed on the following proposed <br />improvement : <br />1. ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT L-24 IN THE FOLLOTJINGi <br />and at the hearing held at the time and place specified in said notice, the <br />Council has duly considered the views of all persons interested, and being <br />fully advised of the pertinent facts, does hereby determine to proceed with <br />the construction of said improvement including all proceedings which may be ’ <br />necessary in eminent domain for the acquisition of necessary easements and <br />rights for construction and maintenance of such improvement; that said improve- <br />ment is hereby designated and shall be referred to in all subsequent proceedings <br />as : <br />ORNAMENTAL STREET’ LIGHTING II&ROVEMENT No. L-24 and the area to be <br />specially assessed therefore shall include Lot 3 thru 6, Block 1; Lots 12 <br />thru 15, Block 1, Iroquois Hills 3rd Addition. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Member Turner. <br />Between 7142 Valley View Road and 7005 Comanche Court <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Resolution adopted. <br />NORMANDALE BLUFF PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL GRANTED. <br />Mr. Hughes recalled that Council had requested staff to prepare Findings, Decisions, <br />and Reasons for preliminary plat approval of Normandale Bluff on June 6, and that <br />the matter had been continued from the June 20 meeting at the request of the . <br />proponent. Mr. Louis Oberhauser, attorney for Mr. Wallace, the property owner, <br />.asked the City Council to consider a simple lot division of Lot 7, whereby the <br />northerly 25 feet would be attached to Lot 6, and the southerly 25 feet would be <br />attached to Lot 8. <br />lot and a 150 foot lot without the expense of replatting. <br />Wallace was willing to grant the City a deed restriction on the southerly 150 foot <br />lot limiting it to only one single family dwelling. <br />and his client felt that the 150 foot southerly lot had considerable value and that <br />it is yery unlikely economically that Mr. Wallace would want to restructure the <br />house to acquire an additional building sit:. He concluded that their proposal <br />was a good compromise in that 1) it recognized that City Council only wanted two <br />building sites there and 2) it allowed Mr. Wallace to preserve a sizeable lot which <br />He noted that such a procedure would result in a 75 foot wide ’ <br />He added that Mr. <br />Mr. Oberhauser explained that he <br />I