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MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />JULY 15, 1985 <br />197 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Kelly, Turner and Mayor Courtney. <br />MINUTES of the Regular and Special Meetings of June 17, 1985 were approved as <br />submitted by motion of Member Turner, seconded by Member Kelly. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Kelly, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />ORDINANCE NO. 825-A5 ADOPTED ON SECOND READING; PRD-3 ZONING APPROVED FOR FOSTER <br />GREEN ADDITION (BRUTGER COMPANIES). Planner Craig Larsen recalled that the subject <br />property is located west of Cahill Road and.south of Dewey Hill Road. <br />June 17, 1985 meeting, the Council had heard the request for final rezoning and <br />preliminary plat approval and had referred the matter back to the staff and the <br />Community Development and Planning Commission to consider changes to the landscap- <br />ing plan so that it would be consistent with adjoining properties and to allow an <br />opportunity for the residents of the adjoining condominiums to comment on the plan. <br />Brutger representative Steve Wilson met with members of Windwood Condominiums and <br />Dewey Hill Condominiums on Monday, June 24, 1985. At the Planning Commission <br />meeting on June 26, 1985 the developer presented a revised landscape plan. Also <br />submitted at that meeting were petitions from residents of Dewey Hill Condominiums <br />in opposition to the proposed development. <br />a letter from the president of Windwood Condominiums Association approving the <br />revised landscape plan. Mr. Larsen pointed out that the revised landscape plan <br />substantially increases the sizes of the stock and also increases the number of <br />plantings and emphasizes perimeter screening on the north, west and south sides of <br />the development. The Planning Commission at its meeting on June 26 recommended <br />approval of the revised landscape plan. Mr. Larsen clarified that the referral to <br />the Planning Commission was for review of the landscape plan and that the request <br />before the Council now is for final rezoning and preliminary plat approval. Mayor <br />Courtney stated that he had received many letters from adjoining residents, copies <br />of which have been provided to the Council I4embers. Bob Gunderson, attorney for <br />Brutger Companies, noted that the concept for the project has been approved, sub- <br />ject to further review of the landscape plan and that the developer had met with <br />the adjoining residents for their comments. Steve Wilson, Brutger Companies, <br />stated that some changes have been made to the landscape plan and in meeting with <br />representatives from the Windwood Association they have found it acceptable as <br />indicated in the letter from the president of the Association dated June 26, 1985. <br />In the meeting with representatives of Dewey Hill Condominiums, the conversation <br />tended to move away from the landscape plan and there was no resolve of the matter. <br />Mr. Wilson then reviewed the landscape plan pointing out the changes in type, size <br />and number of trees and submitted that it is now compatible with the landscaping <br />found on adjacent properties. Mayor Courtney stated that from the letters he had <br />received the chief objection to the development was that townhouses were proposed <br />rather than a condominium building such as Dewey Hills Condominiums. <br />concerns and objections were Alvin liiller, Jack Eorciea and Albert Levine of 5501 <br />Dewey Hill Road, and Alvyn Pope of 5601 Dewey Hill Road. Mr. Gunderson responded <br />that the project will offer new housing for families to enter Edina and support <br />the community, that the development is a quality project and will bring in quality <br />people. <br />adopt.ion of Ordinance No. 82545 as follows: <br />At its <br />The Planning Commission also received <br />Voicing their <br />No further comments being heard, Member Turner moved Second Reading and <br />ORDINANCE NO. 825-A5 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE (NO. 825) <br />BY ADDING TO THE PLANNED RESIDENCE DISTRICT (PRD-3) <br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EDINA, MINNESOTA. ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. <br />"The extent of the Planned Residence District (Sub-District PRD-3) is <br />enlarged by the addition of the fallowing property: <br />Section 6 of Ordinance No. 825 of the City is amended by adding <br />the following thereto: <br />The East 440 feet of the South 550 feet of the North 30 acres of the <br />NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 8, Township 116, Range 21, Hennepin <br />County, Minnesota, according to the U.S. Government Survey." <br />This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage Sec. 2. <br />and publication. <br />Motion for adoption of the ordinance was seconded by Member Kelly. <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Kelly, Turner, Courtney <br />Ordinance adopted. <br />1 <br />ATTEST : <br />74d3 lL.L- <br />City Clerk
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