<br />MINUTES 205 OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL
<br />AUGUST 1, 1988
<br />Answering rollcall were Members Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner and Mayor Courtney.
<br />RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE FOR WARREN C. HYDE ADOPTED. Motion of Member Turner was
<br />seconded by Member Richards for adoption of the following resolution: - RESOLU%ION OF CONDOLENCE
<br />WHEREAS, on the 20th day of July 1988, death brought to a close the active and - productive life of Warren C. Hyde; and
<br />WHEREAS, he served as City Manager of the City of Edina, Minnesota, beginning in
<br />1954 until his retirement in 1977; and
<br />WHEREAS, he managed the City as it grew from a rural village of approximately
<br />16,000 to a first class metropolitan suburb of more than 46,000 residents who have
<br />recognized and appreciated the quality of life he strove to achieve for the City;
<br />WHEREAS, he was instrumental in acquiring the land for Lake Cornelia Park, in the
<br />development of Braemar Golf Course, the municipal pool and the many other parks
<br />within Edina’s boundaries; and
<br />WHEREAS, he was named one of the top ten managers in the nation by the
<br />International City Management Association; was honored by the League of Minnesota
<br />Cities as an outstanding municipal official and was greatly respected by his peers
<br />for his management skills;
<br />WHEREAS, he was widely involved in community, state and national issues of
<br />critical interest to municipal government;
<br />NOW, !UEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Council of the City of Edina,
<br />Minnesota, does hereby mourn the passing of
<br />and extends its condolences to his wife, Janet, his sons Michael and Robert, his
<br />daughter Laurel, stepdaughters Jill, Karen and Kristen and his grandchildren;
<br />BE IT FUR- RESOLVED that this resolution be entered in the Minutes of the Edina
<br />City Council and that a copy be presented to his family.
<br />ADOPTED this 1st day of August, 1988.
<br />WARREN C. WE
<br />Resolution adopted unanimously.
<br />STEVEN GRAUSAM COMMENDED.
<br />that he is a relatively new employee at the York Avenue liquor store having
<br />started with the City in July, 1987.
<br />his knowledge of the business has grown every day.
<br />manager and has been recommended for store manager in the future.
<br />commended him for excellent work and presented him with a silver pen bearing the
<br />Edina Logo in appreciation.
<br />Manager Rosland introduced Steven Grausam and advised
<br />His job performance has been outstanding and
<br />Manager Rosland
<br />The Council also added their thanks and commendation.
<br />He is an assistant store
<br />CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS ADOPTED.
<br />Member Turner to approve and adopt the consent agenda items as presented.
<br />Hotion was made by Member Smith and seconded by
<br />Rollcall :
<br />Ayes: Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner, Courtney
<br />Motion carried.
<br />*MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF JULY 18. 1988 APPROVED.
<br />Member Smith and seconded by Member Turner to approve the minutes of the Regular
<br />Meeting of July 18, 1988.
<br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes.
<br />Hotion was made by
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 825-A26 (MIXED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT) ADOPTED: SECOND READING WAIVED.
<br />Affidavits of Notice were presented, approved and ordered placed on file.
<br />Craig Larsen recalled that on October 12, 1987 the Council gave preliminary
<br />approval for the overall development plan for the Hedberg project.
<br />that approval was that an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance be developed that
<br />would address the procedures and also the unique nature of the project. He
<br />advised that an amendment has been drafted which addresses both the procedure for
<br />rezoning and the developmental constraints for Mixed Development Districts.
<br />draft amendment to the procedure section would replace the current two-step review
<br />process with a three-step process for multi-phase projects. Single phase projects
<br />would continue to be subject to a two-step process.
<br />Development Plan, would remain as currently stated for most developments. It
<br />would include land use, density, parking, etc. Step two, Overall Development
<br />Plan, would provide location and height of building, landscaping concept, and a
<br />preliminary plan for all public improvements.
<br />would constitute final rezoning of the tract.
<br />Approval, would be a review of final design development details for each phase of
<br />the development.
<br />such as Hedberg that is projected to take from 5 to 10 years to develop, a third
<br />step has been added to the process.
<br />such as Hedberg, the specifics as to actual building materials, shape, footprint
<br />and location of all parking would not be determined in the Overall Development
<br />Plan but would be determined in the Final Site Plan Approval.
<br />standards section, Section 14, a new district, MD-6 has been added. This district
<br />would require a minimum tract of 50 acres which would be expected to be a
<br />A condition of
<br />Step one, Preliminary
<br />Overall Development Plan approval
<br />Step three, Final Site Plan
<br />Planner Larsen explained that, in a large multi-year project
<br />For the first two steps in a large project
<br />In the development