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.- <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL <br />SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING <br />October 31, 1983 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor Courtney. <br />ORDINANCE NO. 116-A1 EXTENDING MORATORIUM IN THE R-1 ZONING DISTRICT GRANTED FIRST <br />READING. Planner Hughes advised that mailed notice had been sent to the list of all <br />non-residential property in the R-1 District who had been notified at the time the <br />moratorium was proposed. The moratorium prohibited construction of new improvements <br />and expansion of existing improvements on land in the R-1 Zoning District except for <br />single family dwellings for a period of ninety days and the proposed amendment would <br />extend it to the first regular Council meeting in January of 1984. <br />Council to review a draft Zoning Ordinance which will regulate and control, among <br />other things, the size and impact on neighborhood property of non-residential improve- <br />ments in the R-1 Zoning District, as established by the existing Zoning Ordinance of <br />Edina. <br />Donnelly, member of the Building Committee of Our Lady of Grace Church. He commented <br />that the committee has spent the last 18 months on a research and feasibility study <br />regarding projected space needs for the church and the extention of the moratorium <br />would further delay their planning. No further comments being heard, Member Turner <br />offered Ordinance No. 116-A and moved its adoption with waiver of Second Reading. <br />Motion for adoption was seconded by Member Richards. <br />This would enable <br />Appearing and speaking in opposition to the ordinance amendment was Tom <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays : Schmidt <br />Motion failed. (4/5 vote needed to waive Second Reading) <br />Member Richards thereupon offered Ordinance No. 116-A1 for First Reading as follows: <br />ORDINANCE NO. 116-A1 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 116 <br />TO EXTEND THE R-1 ZONING DISTRICT MORATORIUM <br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />as follows: <br />Section 1. Section 2 of Ordinance No. 116 preceding the colon is amended to read <br />Moratorium. <br />Council meeting in January of 1984, subject to earlier termination or extension <br />From the effective date of this ordinance to the first Regular 11 <br />I by the Edina City Council, the Edina City Council and the Edina City staff <br />shall not :” <br />Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage and <br />publication. <br />Motion for First Reading was seconded by Member Turner. <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays: Schmidt <br />Motion carried. . <br />REVIEW OF REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE BEGUN. Mr. Hughes reviewed with Council Members . <br />an Executiye Summary of the Revised Zoning Ordinance, stating the objectives of the <br />revision, and then pointing out the major revisions of the ordinance. <br />the following: <br />Section 3. Definitions <br />Section 4. Administration and Procedures <br />Section 7. General Provisions <br />Section 8. Single Dwelling Unit District (R-1) <br />Section 9. Double Dwelling Unit (R-2) <br />Section 10. Planned Residence District (PRD) <br />Section 13. Planned Commercial.District (PC) <br />Section 14. Planned Industrial District (PID) <br />Section 17. <br />Section 18. Floodplain Overlay District <br />Section 19. Parking and Loading <br />Section 20. Landscaping and Screening <br />Included were. <br />Heritage Preservation Overlay District <br />I Following discussion of these major revisions, Mayor Courtney stated that the review <br />of the Revised Zoning Ordinance would be continued on November 14, 1983, as scheduled, <br />with the Community Development and Planning Commission in attendance. Inasmuch as <br />the subject of accessory housing uses in the R-1 District will be discussed, the Mayor <br />asked that interested persons be notified and that publicity regarding the meeting <br />be given through contact with the Edina Sun so that input from the community could <br />be gained regarding this issue. No formal action was taken. <br />AMM DRAFT POLICIES REGARDING METRO AGENCIES DISCUSSED. Nember Richards reminded <br />the Council to give him their comments regarding proposed revisions by the Associa- <br />tion of Metropolitan Municipalities (AMM) to existing policies regarding metro <br />agencies so that he could present same at the next AM31 committee meeting on Nov- <br />ember 2, 1983.