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I: m a <br />MINUTES \ OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />FEBRUARY 3, 1986 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Kelly, Richards, Turner and Mayor <br />Courtney. <br />MINUTES of the Special Meeting of January 25, 1986 were approved as submitted <br />by motion of Member Turner, seconded by Member Kelly. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Kelly, Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />81 <br />PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVED FOR LOTS 41 AND 42, BLOCK 2, SOUTH HARRIET PARK 2ND <br />ADDITION. Affidavits of Notice were presented by Clerk, approved and ordered <br />placed on file. <br />plat approval for Lots 41 and 42, Block 2, South Harriet Park 2nd Addition, <br />generally located east of Minnehaha Boulevard and south of W. 52nd Street, had <br />been continued from the Council Meeting of January.6, 1986 pending agreement <br />between the proponents and concerned neighbors on certain deed restrictions. <br />The subject property consists of two, individually developed single dwelling <br />lots and the owners are proposing a four lot subdivision which would create <br />two new buildable lots. Mr. Larsen said that since that meeting the neighbors <br />and staff have gone over a list of restrictions proposed by the neighborhood <br />group and agreement has been reached on a list of restrictions that would be <br />imposed on the property by way .of a private covenant. <br />showing the proposed plat. The new lots would measure 81.5 feet and 80 feet <br />in width. The proposed restrictions are: 1) dwelling must front on West 52nd <br />Street, 2) dwellings must be single family, 3) dwellings on Lot 1 and Lot 2 <br />must maintain a 40-foot rear yard, 4) dwellings must be no greater than <br />1.5 stories, or 25 feet from the peak to foundation line, 5) roof pitch of <br />dwellings shall be 6 on 12 or greater, 6) garage floor elevations shall be no <br />more than 2 feet above elevation at center line of street, 7) siding material <br />shall be brick, cedar shingles, lap siding, or a combination thereof, 8) each <br />dwelling shall have no more than a two car garage, and 9) north faces of the <br />two new dwellings shall be less than 100% glass. Staff would recommend pre- <br />liminary plat approval with the following conditions: 1) execution of the <br />private deed restriction, 2) developer's agreement covering the extension of <br />the watermain to West 52nd Street to serve the properties, and 3) subdivision <br />dedication. Mr. Larsen advised that Richard Steiner, proponent, and repre- <br />sentatives of the neighborhood were present to confirm that an agreement had <br />been reached. No objections being heard, Member Bredesen introduced the <br />following resolution and moved its adoption, subject to the conditions identified <br />by staff: <br />Planner Craig Larsen recalled that the request for preliminary <br />- <br />A graphic was presented <br />RESOLUTION GRANTING PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL <br />FOR SOUTH HARRIET PARK STEINER ADDITION <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota that that <br />certain plat entitled "South Harriet Park Steiner Addition", platted by <br />Richard.W. Steiner, a single person, and Robert V. Gislason and Patricia C. <br />Gislason, husband and wife, and presented at the regular meeting of the City <br />Council of February 3, 1986 be and is hereby granted preliminary plat approval. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Member Kelly. <br />' Rollcall: <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Kelly, Richards, Turner, Courtney <br />Resolution adopted. <br />FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN APPROVED FOR 5555 WEST 78TH STREET (HOYT DEVELOPMENT). <br />Affidavits of Notice were presented by Clerk, approved and ordered placed on <br />file. Mr. Larsen advised that the subject property, located south of West <br />78th Street and south of Cahill Road extended, measures approximately 5 acres <br />in size and is zoned Planned Industrial District, PID. Until recently the <br />property was developed with a small industrial building. Final plan approval <br />was given by the Council for-.this property on August 19, 1985. <br />for an office-warehouse building of 72,390 square feet. The previously <br />approved plan has been abandoned and a new design has been submitted. The <br />.new proposal calls for an office-warehouse building containing 72,557 square <br />feet of gross floor area. The new plan would require no building setback <br />variance and complies with Ordinance requirements for floor area and building <br />coverage. <br />in the previous plan and complies with Ordiance parking quantity requirements. <br />Mr. Larsen pointed out that the new plan would require parking setback variances <br />and the location and magnitude of the requested variances for the new plan are <br />similar to those granted to the earlier plan. <br />the required 20 feet along most of the northerly property line. <br />10 foot building to parking/drive aisle setback is not provided along the <br />westerly portion of the south building wall. <br />the retention of existing landscaping along the northerly property line. <br />Approval was <br />The new plan provides parking for 208 cars compared to 209 spaces <br />Parking is set back less than <br />The required <br />The landscaping plan illustrates <br />Staff