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2011-05-17 COUNCIL MEETINGAGENDA EDINA CITY COUNCIL HERITAGE PRESERVATION BOARD WORK SESSION MAY 17, 2011 5:30 P.M. — COMMUNITY ROOM I. ROLL CALL II. HPB INTRODUCTION — Chair Joel Stegner A. Acknowledgment of Commission Members III. CITY COUNCIL & HPB DISCUSSION ITEMS A. Southdale Center — Recognition, documentation, protection and display of original architectural elements for their cultural value B. Neighborhoods — Identification and preservation of neighborhoods — their overall character and outstanding heritage elements C. Board Performance and Communication — Factors that promote exceptional performance: board composition, member involvement, communications that lead to greater sensitivity to board concerns in the city and community IV. HPB ACCOMPLISHMENTS - Refer to 2010 Certified Local Government (CLG) Report V. 2011 WORK PLAN -GOALS & OBJECTIVES VI. HPB CURRENT INITIATIVES A. CLG Grant approved to designate 6 Morningside bungalow properties Edina Heritage Landmark status - $6,000 B. Walking tours to evaluate how best to recognize unique historic neighborhoods: • White Oaks • West Minneapolis Heights C. Preservation Road Show — Preservation workshop with experts in construction, landscapes and archaeology to be coordinated with Edina Community Education. III. A. MEMORANDUM TO: Mayor, City Council and Heritage Preservation Board FROM: Joyce Repya, Associate Planner SUBJECT: Southdale Center Commemoration DATE: May 17; 2011 Southdale Center, which opened its doors in 1956, put Edina on the map,as being home o the.first enclosed mall in the country. One would be hard pressed to talk to a baby boomer who grew up in the Twin Cities" that did not have fond' memories of "hanging out at the mall" with family and friends. Southdale Center has evolved over time, but today, it is as important as ever to embrace the important place it holds in, our community. Since its beginnings in 1975, the Heritage Preservation Board (HPB) has ruminated over the need to recognize the cultural and historic impact the Southdale Center has had on the community. In the 1990's, the HPB decided that the center, while indeed an important landmark in the community worthy of commemoration, was not a candidate for heritage _landmark zoning due to potential limitations that could impede their.competitive edge in the commercial market. Over the years, the HPB has worked with Southdale Center on their anniversary dates to share the history of the centerwith the public. In 1992 an interpretative kiosk highlighting the beginnings of the mall was created and displayed in the garden court. It is our understanding the center's management kept the kiosk in storage and dusted it off to periodically share Southdale 's story. As of. late, it ;has been reported that the owners of Southdale have approached the City of Edina requesting financial assistance for improvements to their facility. The Heritage Preservation Board thought this might be a good opportunity to share with the newest owners of the center the City's desire to ensure that the remaining original 1956 elements still on display in the garden court of the mall be preserved. Those elements include: • The clerestory windows • The clock on the west wall (2nd floor) • The 50 foot bronze sculpture entitled "Trees" by Harry Bertoia Additional features which may be in storage include: • The 2 story bird cages • The gold fish pond' • The copper /bronze sculpture entitled "Clowns on a Unicycle" by Dorothy Berge • The flying "S" III. B. MEMORANDUM TO: Mayor, City Council and Heritage Preservation Board FROM: Joyce Repya, Associate Planner SUBJECT: Neighborhoods — Identification & Preservation DATE: May 17, 2011 Edina, being one of the first suburban communities in the state, consists of many, neighborhoods. Some of them, such as the Country Club District, Morningside, West,Minneapolis Heights, Rolling Green and White Oaks have the distinction of being among the first, thus possess quite an extensive recorded history. Thus far, the Heritage Preservation Board has researched and established unique programs for the Country Club District and the Morningside bungalow homes. As of late, the White Oaks neighborhood has approached the HPB with concerns that changes are occurring to properties with disregard for their area's unique topography and history. The folks have stated that they are not "anti- teardown ", however would like some way to assure that new construction takes into consideration the terrain and ambiance of their neighborhood. Toward the #1 objective identified in the city's Vision 20/20 report of "maintaining strong residential neighborhoods ", the HPB is interested in participating in that vision by identifying our neighborhoods and being proactive in preserving their unique character defined by architectural housing styles, street patterns and extensive landscaping. Objective # 1: Maintain strong residential neighborhoods. Issues: • Residential neighborhoods are a defining characteristic of Edina. Many Edina neighborhoods have a unique character defined by architectural housing styles, street patterns and extensive landscaping. • Edina faces increasing competition from other communities that can offer "Edina- like" residential neighborhoods. • City services (street maintenance, police, fire protection and parks) play an important role in the quality of neighborhoods. • Neighborhoods are adversely affected by traffic leaving the regional highway system. Strategies • Work with neighborhood associations that wish to enhance the identities or qualities of their neighborhoods through monumentation, communication or other identified means. • Maintain and improve the condition of the City's housing stock through housing maintenance and rehabilitation programs. • Take a leadership role in encouraging affordable, life -cycle housing opportunities. • Reduce non - local, cut - through traffic in cooperation with County and State efforts. • Work to construct sidewalks adjoining State Aid streets and to promote safe pedestrian travel. Parks are a defining characteristic of many of Edina's neighborhoods. Wooddale Park, at Wooddale Avenue and West 50th Street, is one of 39 parks in the city. n 2 4 .S s EDINA HERITAGE PRESERVATION BOARD ANNUAL CERTIFIED LOCAL. GOVERNMENT (CLG) REPORT 2010 FISCAL YEAR The following is a summary of the projects, reviews and activities reported to the City Council and Minnesota Preservation Office for the fiscal year 2010, (October 1, 2009 to,Septemb.0 30, 2010): A. Local Designation of Preservation Sites: The following properties are designated Edina Heritage Landmarks:_ 1.. George Baird 4House, 4400 West 50th Street 2 Jonathan:Grimes.House, 4200 West 44t.,,Strpet s 3. Paul Peteron House; 5312 Interlachen Boulevard 4. - Grange Hall, 4918 'Eden Avenue 5. Cahill School, 4924 Eden Avenue 6. ;, Country Club District 7. Edina Theater Sign, 3911 West 50th Street 8. Edina Mill Site & Browndale Bridge - West 501h at Browndale Avenue B.. Review of Requests for a Certificate of Appropriateness: 1. _ 4505 Arden Avenue - Country Club District (year built 1927) Request: Remove heritage resource classification of home to Enable demolition_ and construction of a new home Action: Denied 2. , 4519 Arden Avenue — Country Club District Request: Construct a new-2-car detached garage in rear yard a new front entry portico Action: Approved 3. 4623 Bruce Avenue Country Club District Request: Construct.a new 2 -car detached garage in the rear yard Action: Approved., C. Heritage Preservation Board Membership: 2010 1. Joel Stegner, Chairman 2. Claudia Carr, Vice Chair* 3. Chris Rofidal 4. Arlene Forrest, Planning Commission Representative 5. Jean Rehkamp Larson 6. Bob Schwartzbauer 7. Colleen Curran* IV. EDINA HERITAGE PRESERVATION BOARD ANNUAL CERTIFIED LOCAL. GOVERNMENT (CLG) REPORT 2010 FISCAL YEAR The following is a summary of the projects, reviews and activities reported to the City Council and Minnesota Preservation Office for the fiscal year 2010, (October 1, 2009 to,Septemb.0 30, 2010): A. Local Designation of Preservation Sites: The following properties are designated Edina Heritage Landmarks:_ 1.. George Baird 4House, 4400 West 50th Street 2 Jonathan:Grimes.House, 4200 West 44t.,,Strpet s 3. Paul Peteron House; 5312 Interlachen Boulevard 4. - Grange Hall, 4918 'Eden Avenue 5. Cahill School, 4924 Eden Avenue 6. ;, Country Club District 7. Edina Theater Sign, 3911 West 50th Street 8. Edina Mill Site & Browndale Bridge - West 501h at Browndale Avenue B.. Review of Requests for a Certificate of Appropriateness: 1. _ 4505 Arden Avenue - Country Club District (year built 1927) Request: Remove heritage resource classification of home to Enable demolition_ and construction of a new home Action: Denied 2. , 4519 Arden Avenue — Country Club District Request: Construct a new-2-car detached garage in rear yard a new front entry portico Action: Approved 3. 4623 Bruce Avenue Country Club District Request: Construct.a new 2 -car detached garage in the rear yard Action: Approved., C. Heritage Preservation Board Membership: 2010 1. Joel Stegner, Chairman 2. Claudia Carr, Vice Chair* 3. Chris Rofidal 4. Arlene Forrest, Planning Commission Representative 5. Jean Rehkamp Larson 6. Bob Schwartzbauer 7. Colleen Curran* Edina Heritage Preservation Board 2010 CLG Report 8. Ross Davis* 9. Lauren Thorson, Student Member 10. Kathleen McLellan, Student Member *Application attached as Exhibit "A" D. National Register Nominations: NONE The following properties in Edina are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: 1. George Baird House, 4400 West 50th Street 2. Jonathan Taylor Grimes House, 4200 West 44th Street 3. Grange Hall, 4918 Eden Avenue 4. Cahill School, 4924 Eden Avenue 5. Country Club District E. Local Inventories and Studies: • Local Inventory: "Historic Building Survey of Edina, MN ", Prepared by Setter, Leach & Lindstrom, July 1979, Historic Consultant, Jeffrey A. Hess. • "Historic Context Study ", Prepared by Robert C. Vogel and Associates, July 1999. • Comprehensive Heritage Preservation Plan, June 2006 • Heritage Preservation Element of City's Comprehensive Plan submitted to Metropolitan Council, 2009 • Morningside Bungalow Multiple Property Study attached as Exhibit "B" F. Assurances: The HPB held monthly meetings as needed. The minutes of. said meetings are recorded and kept at City Hall, Edina, MN. The meetings were posted and open to the public. The assurance statement is attached for Public Participation and Commission records. G. Activities Accomplished in 2010 and Future Projects: 2010 1. The City of Edina contracted with Pathfinder CRM, LLC to provide heritage preservation advice and services. 2. 2010 Heritage Preservation Award — Awarded during Preservation month 0J Edina Heritage Preservation Board 2010 CLG Report to 4512 Arden Avenue, Country Club District recognizing a front entry portico addition to the home. 3. Held an Open House in ;partnership with the Edina Historical Society at the historic Cahill School and Grange Hall in recognition of Preservation Month, on May 11 to 4. Updated and enhanced the Heritage Preservation Board pages on the City "of Edina's web site. 5. Added the Wooddale Bridge to the list, of significant landmarks eligible for Edina Heritage Landmark designation. 6.- Completed the Morningside Bungalow Multiple Property Study paid for in part by a CLG grant. 7. Conducted a walking tour of the Morningside neighborhood. 8. Created a heritage preservation resource lending library including books, pamphlets, periodicals and web sites. Resources were funded in part 'by a grant from the Edina Community Foundation. 9.. The following board members attended the State Preservation Conference in Winona, September 16 —17: Joel Stegner, Ross Davis, Claudia Carr and Colleen Curran 10. Awarded a CLG grant for a Thematic Study for Historic Resources Associated with Edina Women. 11. Addressed three Certificates of Appropriateness in the Country Club District Future Proiects • Continue work on a comprehensive preservation education and outreach program aimed at property.owners, realtors, developers and others • Update the Historic Context Study • Designate at least 2.new Edina Heritage Landmark properties • Research potential properties for heritage landmark designation Hold an open house for the Morningside neighborhood to share the outcome of the Morningside Bungalow, Study. • Promote voluntary landmark designation of identified bungalow style homes in the Morningside neighborhood. Prepared by: Joyce Repya, Associate Planner and Staff supporting the Heritage Preservation Board. 3 V. EDINA HERITAGE PRESERVATION BOARD 2011 WORK PLAN . anuary 11, 2011 Interviews and Appointment of New Board Members February 8, 2011 New Board Members Observe Meeting Recognition of Departing Board Members Preliminary Discussion of Heritage Award Nomination Process - Advertise March 8, 2011— Morningside Neighborhood Open House prior to meeting New Fiscal Year — Annual Meeting Orientation of New Board Members First Meeting with New Board Members Election of Officers Review of Possible Award Nominations City of Edina Recognition Event- March 20, Centennial Lakes Hughes Pavilion April 12, 2011 Goal Setting for the Year Review of Budget Approval of Award Winners Plan Preservation Month Recognition Activities Play 10, 2011 — Preservation Month Proclamation "May — Preservation Month" — May 3rd Joint Activity with Edina Historical Society: Open House — Cahill School & Grange Hall — May 10th Announcement of Award Winner(s) in press and on website Work Session with City Council — May 17th, 5:00 p.m. Presentation of Award: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 4439 W. 50th St. — May 17" June 14, 2011 July 12, 2011 White Oaks Neighborhood Walking Tour August 9, 2011 September 13, 2011 MN Historic Preservation Annual Conference — September 22 -23, in Faribault October 11, 2011 Discussion of Sept Annual Conference November 7, 2011 (Monday due to Election Day) Review goals December 13, 2011 Develop work plan for 2012 January 2012 February 2012 Routine Business Items *Resident Proposals requiring HPB approval, including Certificates of Appropriateness and designation as an Edina Heritage Landmark *Community Comment — opportunity for residents to share new issues or concerns *Updates from Planning Staff and Consultant on Initiatives & Grants 2 HERITAGE PRESERVATION BOARD GOALS & OBJECTIVES 2011 RESEARCH 1) Complete the CLG grant - funded thematic study of heritage resources associated with Edina women. - Fall 2011 2) Revise and update. Historic Context Study to reflect changes since originally written in 1999. - Fall 2011 PRESERVATION 3) Process Certificate of Appropriateness applications for proposed changes to properties designated Edina Heritage Landmarks. - Ongoing 4) Nominate at least one designated eligible property for heritage landmark designation. - Ongoing 5) Nominate Morningside bungalow properties for heritage landmark designation on a first - come - first- served-basis. Ongoing 6) Apply for Legacy Grant funds to improve accessibility to the historic Cahill School and Grange Hall at Tupa Park. - Fall 2011 EDUCATION 7) Provide Heritage Preservation Board members and staff with information, education and training in historic preservation. a) One or more members attend the 3.1st Annual Minnesota Preservation Conference - September 22 -23, in Faribault; MN. 8) Sponsor Preservation Month (May) activities. a) City Council Proclamation - May, Preservation Month - May 3rd b) Grange Hall /Cahill School Open House - May 101h c) Heritage Award Presentation - May 171h 9) Preservation Road Show - Community Education class providing information and resources for protecting the historic integrity of one's property. - Fall 2011/Winter 2012 10) Advise and assist historic .property owners in building conservation and rehabilitation matters. - Ongoing 4 CITY OF EDINA, MINNESOTA CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS MAY 17, 2011 7:00 P.M. I. CALL TO ORDER II. ROLL CALL III. APPROVAL OF MEETING AGENDA IV. ADOPTION OF CONSENT AGENDA All agenda items listed on the consent agenda are considered routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of such items unless requested to be removed from the Consent Agenda by a Member of the City Council. In such cases the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered immediately following the adoption of the Consent Agenda. (Favorable rollcall vote of majority of Council Members present to approve.) A. Approval Of Minutes - Regular Meeting of May 3, 2011 and Work Sessions of May 3, 2010 B. Confirmation Of Payment Of Claims As per, Pre -List dated May 5, 2011, TOTAL $614,134.13; and per Pre -List dated May 12, 2011, TOTAL $1,127,708.38 and Credit Card Transaction from 3/25/11— 4/25/11, TOTAL $15,626.78 C. Golf Course Consulting Services — National Golf Foundation Consulting, Inc. D. Easement Agreement With QWEST Corporation for Highlands Park E. Resolution No. 2011 -59 Regional Conference of Mayors Resolution On Transit F. Ordinance No. 2011 -08 Amending Section 460.03 Regarding Assigning Addresses G. Ordinance No. 2011 -09 Amending Section 475.03 Regarding Parking Ramps H. Resolution No. 2011 -62 Initiating Termination of Water Service I. Traffic Safety Report of May 4, 2011 J. Request to Purchase: Asphalt and Concrete Crushing — Public Works K. Request to Purchase: Truck Cab and Chassis — Public Works L. Request to Purchase: Snow Plow Equipment for Truck — Public Works M. Request to Purchase: Hook Lift Assembly for Truck — Public Works N. Request to Purchase: Contract No. ENG 10 -9 — France Avenue Sidewalk 0. Request to Purchase: Contract No. PW 11 -1 New Water Treatment Plant No. 6 (Continue until June 7) P. Easement Agreement 5000 Kelsey Terrace and 5001 Park Terrace Agenda/Edina City Council May 17, 2011 Page 2 V. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS AND PRESENTATIONS A. Valley View Middle School 7th Grade Science Presentation B. 2011 Heritage Award Presentation C. Proclamation Declaring Emergency Medical Services Week May15 — 21, 2011 D. Coyote Presentation E. Variance Legislation Presentation F. Rotary Rocks The Y Program VI. COMMUNITY COMMENT During "Community Comment," the City Council will invite residents to share new issues or concerns that haven't been considered in the past 30 days by the Council or which aren't slated for future consideration. Individuals must limit their comments to three minutes. The Mayor may limit the number of speaks on the same issue in the interest of time and topic. Generally speaking, items that are elsewhere on tonight's agenda may not be addressed during Community Comment. Individuals should not expect the Mayor or Council to respond to their comments tonight. Instead the Council might refer the matter to staff for consideration at a future meeting. VII. PUBLIC HEARINGS During "Public Hearings," the Mayor will ask for public testimony after City staff members make their presentations. If you wish to testify on the topic, you are welcome to do so as long as your testimony is relevant to the discussion. To ensure fairness to all speakers and to allow the efficient conduct of a public hearing, speakers must observe the following guidelines: • Individuals must limit their testimony to three minutes. The Mayor may modify times, as deemed necessary. • Try not to repeat remarks or points of view made by prior speakers and limit testimony to the matter under consideration. • In order to maintain a respectful environment for all those in attendance, the use of signs, clapping, cheering or booing or any other form of verbal or nonverbal communication is not allowed. A. PUBLIC HEARING: Rezone Vacant Lot from R -2, Double Dwelling Unit District to R -1 Single Dwelling Unit District, 5213 Malibu Drive, Greenwood Design Build, LLC, Rezoning Ordinance No. 850 -A -36, Resolution No. 2011 -62 (First Reading: favorable rollcall vote of majority of Council Members present to approve - Waiver of Second Reading: favorable rollcall vote of four Council Members to approve) B. PUBLIC HEARING: Ordinance No. 2011 -07 — An Ordinance Amending Section 850 Concerning Rooftop Dining in the Planned Commercial District -2 (First Reading: favorable vote of majority of Council Members present to approve - Waiver of Second Reading: favorable rollcall vote of four Council Members to approve) ,tf Agenda /Edina City Council May 17, 2011 Page 3 VIII. REPORTS /RECOMMENDATIONS: (Favorable vote of majority of Council Members present to approve except where noted) A. Vacancies on Art Center Board, Heritage Preservation Board, and Park Board B. Resolution No. 2011 -60 Accepting Various Donations C. Ordinance No. 2011 -10 Amending Section 1509 Regarding the Transportation Commission Purpose And Duties (First Reading: favorable vote of majority of Council Members present to approve - Waiver of Second Reading: favorable rollcall vote of four Council Members to approve) D. Resolution No. 2011 -61 Declaring Support For Establishing Living Streets Policy IX. CORRESPONDENCE AND PETITIONS X. MAYOR AND COUNCIL COMMENTS XI. MANAGER'S COMMENTS XII. ADJOURNMENT The City of Edina wants all residents to be comfortable being part of the public process. If you need assistance in the way of hearing amplification, an interpreter, large -print documents or something else, please call 952 - 927 - 886172 hours in advance of the meeting. SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING MEETINGS /DATES /EVENTS Tues May 17 Work Session —Joint Meeting With Heritage Preservation Brd 5:30 P.M. COMMUNITY ROOM Tues May 17 Regular Meeting 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS Wed May 18 Public Works Open House 3:30 -7:00 P.M. PUBLIC WORKS Mon May 30 MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY OBSERVED — City Hall Closed Tues Jun 7 Work Session — Budget Planning 5:00 P.M. COMMUNITY ROOM Tues Jun 7 Regular Meeting 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS Wed Jun 8 Employee Recognition 11:00 A.M. & 12:30 P.M. BRAEMAR CLUBHOUSE Tues Jun 21 Work Session — Neighborhood Associations 5:00 P.M. COMMUNITY ROOM Tues Jun 21 Regular Meeting 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS Mon Jul 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE - 10:00 A.M. BEGINS AT CITY HALL Mon Jul 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDIAY OBSERVED — City Hall Closed Tues Jul 5 Regular Meeting 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS Tues Jul 19 Regular Meeting 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS �s Aug 2 Night To Unite ed Aug 3 Regular Council Meeting 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS Tues Aug 16 Regular Council Meeting 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS MINUTES OF THE WORK SESSION OF THE EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL MAY 3, 2011 4:00 P.M. Mayor Hovland called the meeting to order at 4:00 p.m. in the Community Room of City Hall. Answering rollcall were Members Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson and Mayor Hovland. Staff attending the meeting included: Jennifer Bennerotte, Communications & Marketing Director; Wayne Houle, Engineer /Public Works Director; Debra Mangen, City Clerk; Scott Neal, City Manager; Ceil Smith, Assistant to the City Manager; Cary Teague, City Planning Director; John Wallin, Finance Director; and Bob Wilson, City Assessor. Consultant Mark Ruff, Ehlers and Associates was also in attendance. In attendance from Simon Properties were John Phipps, Senior Vice President; Laurie Van Dalen, Southdale Mall Manager; and Bill Hammer, Vice President of Development. SIMON FINANCIAL PRESENTS REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR SOUTHDALE CENTER ,Mr. Phipps reiterated Simon Property Group's previous written request for financial assistance from the City to help fund improvements at Southdale Center. At WWI( session, Simon I)FepeFty r_Feup asked Mr. Phipps stated that Herberger's Department Store is moving into the former Mervyn's space, and that interior demolition has begun. He explained that Simon's focus is on improvements that will stabilize the mall. Simon plans to move the food court from the third floor (a "failed model ") to the first floor at entrance door #8 (near J.C. Penny's), where it will be "right- sized," have indoor /outdoor seating, and be more convenient for lunch -hour visitors. Permitting and construction will start this summer Sewthdale deMO OOR is undeF w Tied to those plans is a relocation of the mall's third -floor food court to the second floor in the JC Penney wing. A first -floor corridor from Center Court to JC Penney will be relocated from between Ann Taylor and Abercrombie & Fitch to between Ann Taylor and Victoria's Secret. Mr. Phipps concluded that Simon Properties is asking for City assistance with the cosmetic renovation of Southdale, which will not be income - producing to the company. to cost $7.3 millin-R. Offir-tia'S Feeemmend a FneFe aggFessive $12.6 FAillieR FeROVatiOR, se they aFe asking the City f9F the d_*ffP_r-P_Ar_-e ef $5.3 million. The secend phase of 4.ve-uld- include a new entFaRce to the mall, lighting, signs, impFeyed FeSt-m-A-M. far-telities, PaFking deck Fehabilitatien and a Mr. Hammer explained the organization and focus of Simon Property Group and its plans for Southdale. He stated that there is a balance between operating costs, property taxes, retail sales and return on investment. He continued that Simon Property Group had identified several levels of work at Southdale, a $7.3 million basic level of renovations, $15 million if "totally enhanced," and $12.6 million in recommended renovations, "in excess of what Simon Property Group's investment guidelines would permit." He concluded that the funds sought from the City, $5.38 million, were the difference between the costs of basic renovations and recommended renovations. Minutes /Edina City Council Work Session /April 5. 2011 Members of the Council suggested Simon Property Group sell a parcel on the site to the City and use the money from the sale to invest in the shopping mall. The City eight could use the property for a water treatment plant to serve the area or a transit hub. Ms. Van Dalen discussed the current location of transit facilities at Southdale, desire to relocate those facilities, and other changes made under her management. Simon officials left the meeting a€ter saying they would research the feasibility of a land sale. City Council members stated that their focus was the public benefit of a public investment in a private facility. CAY membeFS said they would continue te think abe---A the value of a publie the pFiyate- facif+t . Mayor Hovland adjourned the meeting at 5:25 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk Minutes approved by Edina City Council, May 17, 2011 James B. Hovland, Mayor Page 2 MINUTES OF THE WORK SESSION OF THE EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL MAY 3, 2011 5:35 P.M. Mayor Hovland called the meeting to order at 5:35 p.m. in the Community Room of City Hall. Answering rollcall were Members Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson and Mayor Hovland. Advisory Board and Commission Chair present included: Bill McCabe, Art Center Board; Tom Gump, Construction Board of Appeals; Mary Jo Kingston, Edina Community Health Committee; Diane Plunkett Latham, Energy and Environment Commission; Joel Stegner, Heritage Preservation Board; Jessica Kingston, Human Rights and Relations Commission; Joseph Hulbert, Park Board; Floyd Grabiel, Planning Commission; and Jennifer Janovy, Transportation Commission. Staff attending the meeting included: Jennifer Bennerotte, Communications & Marketing Director; Sherry Engelman, City Sanitarian; Wayne Houle, Engineer /Public Works Director; Susan Howl, Administrative Assistant; Steve Kirchman, Building Official; Debra Mangen, City Clerk; Scott Neal, City Manager; Joyce Repya, Associate City Planner; Ceil Smith, Assistant to the City Manager; Jesse Struve, Utility Engineer; Jack Sullivan, Assistant City Engineer; and Cary Teague, City Planning Director. FILMING AND REBROADCASTING MEETINGS The Council and the Board /Commission /Committee Chairs discussed filming and rebroadcasting of the various bodies' meetings. Currently all Park Board, Planning Commission and Transportation Commission meetings are held in the Council Chambers and are filmed for rebroadcast and web streaming. Council members identified thee possible schedules for filming and broadcasting board and commission meetings:" 1) continue videotaping each meeting as done currently; 2) hold on- camera meetings quarterly or as needed with public hearings and -3) Requiring every board and commission to hold one on- camera meeting each year. TheFe weFe there different levels that eFneFged as ;.vh.at the @d-yiseFy bodies yA9,_,1d_ like te de; 1) eenti v _ _rently; 2) Hold eR eameFa meetings quarleFly 9F as needed with „„tip,,. heaFi gs and 3) Annually each body would have ^., Fnee i+T- There was not a clear consensus for this issue. STANDARDIZATION OF AGENDAS, BYLAWS, MINUTES AND MEETING PREP PROTOCOL Manager Neal explained the desire that citizens find a uniform look regardless which body's agenda, minutes or packets they were perusing on the City's website or in person To that end, he presented reformatted agendas of the various bodies' March 2011 meeting. The new format will begin to be used with the May 2011 meetings. Staff will disseminate the form to the various liaisons. A standardized form of Commission /Board /Committee Bylaws will be drafted and distributed for use in the near future. Staff will work with liaisons on standardizing the format of minutes and meeting packets. Meeting packets will be posted online. WORKING GROUP, SUBCOMMITTEE AND TASK FORCE PROTOCOL Commissioner Latham shared how the EEC manages its working groups. It was noted that until bylaws have been adopted, the various bodies must have the City Council authorize the formation of subcommittees or working groups. The formation of such bodies would be another way to involve citizens interested in serving the community. However, such bodies must also comply with the Open Meeting Law. Page 1 Minutes /Edina City Council Work Session /May 3. 2011 COMMISSIONER ORIENTATION AND TRAINING Mr. Neal stated a possible orientation could cover: role of advisory boards and commissions, Minnesota Data Practices, liability issues for members of advisory boards and commissions, the Open Meeting Law, the City's organizational chart and the City budget as it pertained specifically to the various boards and commissions. There was also desire expressed for specialized training in the various subject matters that boards and commissions address spec;ialize in doing their work. SYNCHRONIZATION OF B &C WORK PLANS AND CITY COUNCIL PRIORITIES Holding an annual meeting with the Chairs of all advisory bodies and the City Council was deemed a good way to bridge the synchronization of works plans and priorities of all concerned parties. WEBSITE PRESENCE It was noted that the City's website was currently being reviewed and redesigned and that each advisory board, committee and commission will can have a presence on the website. Mayor Hovland adjourned the meeting at 6:55 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk Minutes approved by Edina City Council, May 17, 2011 James B.,Hovland, Mayor Page 2 e MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL MAY 3, 2011 7:07 P.M. I. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Hovland called the meeting to order at 7:07 p.m. It. ROLLCALL Answering rollcall were Members Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson and Mayor Hovland. 111. MEETING AGENDA APPROVED Motion by Member Sprague and seconded by Member Brindle approving the meeting agenda. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. IV. CONSENT AGENDA ADOPTED Motion made by Member Swenson and seconded by Member Bennett approving the consent agenda as follows: IV.A. Approve regular and work session meeting minutes of April 19, 2011 IV.B. Confirm payment of the following claims as shown in detail on the Check Register dated April 21, 2011, and consisting of 28 pages; General Fund $156,532.06; Communications Fund $15,722.79; Police Special Revenue $361.86; Working Capital Fund $3,904.87; Equipment Replacement Fund $23,303.67; Construction Fund $46,217.66; Art Center Fund $2,352.48; Golf Dome Fund $13,312.27; Aquatic Center Fund $45.96; Golf Course Fund $27,291.17; Ice Arena Fund $12,352.32; Edinborough /Centennial Lakes Fund $25,776.72; Liquor Fund $167,699.01; Utility Fund $85,194.66; Storm Sewer Fund $19,414.91; PSTF Agency Fund $2,448.04; Payroll Fund $3,173.82; TOTAL $605,104.27 and for approval of payment of claims dated April 28, 2011, and consisting of 30 pages; General Fund $339,226.06; Communications Fund $14,288.17; Police Special Revenue $1,530,000; Working Capital Fund $182,026.28; Equipment Replacement Fund $1,289.35; Construction Fund $8,880.20; Art Center Fund $25,735.84; Golf Dome Fund $414.49; Aquatic Center Fund $1,278.97; Golf Course Fund $11,766.02; Edinborough /Centennial Lakes Fund $24,379.18; Liquor Fund $153,980.97; Utility Fund $56,690.84; Storm Sewer Fund $1,902.90; Recycling Fund $44.42; PSTF Agency Fund $8,997.45; TOTAL $832,431.14. IV.C. Adopt Resolution No. 2011 -50 Approving West 44th Street Joint Powers Agreement with the City of St. Louis Park IV.D. Waive Second Reading Adopting Ordinance No. 2011 -05, amending Section 115 Regular Council Meeting Night IV.E. Adopt Resolution No. 2011 -55, accepting easement Londonderry Drive IV.F. Adopt Resolution No. 2011 -56, York Avenue Bridge Agreement with Hennepin County IV.G. Adopt Resolution No. 2011 -57, Lot Division of 6800 and 6804 Indian Hills Road IV.H. Request to Purchase, awarding bid for Contract ENG 11 -8, Oscar Roberts Neighborhood Reconstruction to the recommended low bidder, Northwest Asphalt, Inc. at $663,416.52. IV.I. Request to Purchase, awarding bid for Contract ENG 11 -9, Killarney Shores and McCauley Heights neighborhood reconstruction to the recommended low bidder, Northwest Asphalt, Inc. at $1,288,961.61. Rollcall: Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. V. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS AND PRESENTATIONS Page 1 Minutes /Edina City Council /May 3. 2011 V.A RESOLUTION NO. 2011 -51 ADOPTED — GREEN TEAM COMMENDED — HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mayor Hovland read in full and presented a resolution of commendation to the Highlands Elementary School Green Team. Member Brindle introduced and moved adoption of Resolution No. 2011 -51, Commendation Highlands Elementary School 2011 Think Green. Member Bennett seconded the motion. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. Peter Hodne, Highlands School Principal, thanked the Council for this recognition and also thanked all who support the Green Team's tbe4 efforts. V.B. EDINA ROBOTICS TEAM PRESENTATION Michael Woolsey of 6345 Wilryan Avenue, Emily Condiff of 7013 Lee Valley Circle, and Cari Lee of 5210 Villa Way, representing the Edina Robotics Team, provided a presentation on the activities of The Green Machine and their organization including fund raising efforts through corporate sponsors, such as Medtronic, and the sale of LED light bulbs. It was noted that additional information was posted to their award winning website and the Council was presented with "robo- rags." V. C. NATIONAL PUBLIC WORKS WEEK DECLARED Mayor Hovland read in full a proclamation declaring Public Works Week. Member Brindle made a motion, seconded by Member Swenson, approving a proclamation declaring May 15 -21, 2011, as National Public Works Week in the City of Edina. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. Public Works Director /City Engineer Houle thanked the Council for recognizing the efforts of Public Works employees and announced the May 18, 2011, open house at the new Edina Public Works facility. V.D. MINNESOTA ENVIRONMENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH WEEK DECLARED Mayor Hovland read in full a proclamation declaring Minnesota Environmental Public Health Week. Member Bennett made a motion, seconded by Member Brindle, approving a proclamation declaring the week of May 5 -11, 2011, as Minnesota Environmental Public Health Week in the City of Edina. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. City Sanitarian Engelman thanked the Council for this recognition and described their efforts to prevent the spread of illness. V.E. MAY HERITAGE PRESERVATION MONTH DECLARED Mayor Hovland read in full a proclamation declaring Preservation Month. Member Swenson made a motion, seconded by Member Sprague, approving a proclamation declaring May 2011 as National Preservation Month in the City of Edina. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. V.F. COYOTE RESPONSE PLAN PRESENTED Police Chief Long presented 'information regarding 9 plan to addFes° the increased population of coyotes, research conducted, options available to address this serious issue, and recommendation to continue the current policy for residents to contract with a wildlife management company. The Council asked questions about the habits of coyotes, ;population saturation point, and location of dens. Police Chief Long encouraged residents to become educated about coyotes and call when one was sighted. The Council expressed concern that this issue may go beyond one of education and that a solution was needed as the coyote population increased to avert risk. Police Chief Long advised that d.-.e to the other communities were not taking action to eradicate coyotes and, were instead, learning to co- exist. The Council asked staff to provide additional information on the names of wildlife management companies, Page 2 Minutes /Edina City Council /May 3.2011 associated costs, and suggested staff contact western communities for solutions since those had been experiencing higher numbers of coyotes for a much long_ er period of time leeatiees- experienced a higher population of coyotes. Vl. COMMUNITY COMMENT Robert Bennett, 6628 Kelsey Court, addressed the Council and encouraged City action to eradicate coyotes. Ellen Kennedy, 7220 Cornelia Drive, addressed the Council regarding "A World Without Genocide" to eliminate bullying. Linda Sherman, 2 Merilane, addressed the Council regarding trouble she had experienced with predatory coyotes on her private property within her aM fenced back yard. Becky Bennett, 6628 Kelsey Court, addressed the Council regarding the coyote attack on her dog in their fenced back yard and resulting medical expenses. She urged the Council to take action, at a minimum, to reduce the coyote population. Bob Kane, 6629 Normandale Road, addressed the Council regarding safety during construction on West 701h Street. He thanked the Police Department and Officers Olson and Larson for heightened levels of patrol and urged the City to divert some traffic from this area during the construction project. Sheila Rzepecki, 6617 Normandale Road, addressed the Council regarding traffic congestion on 66th Street and the frontage road and expressed concern for pedestrians. Mr. Houle provided an update on the project in the greater Cornelia neighborhood resulting in a higher level of traffic. He stated traffic would eventually reach equilibrium and it was the City's practice to divert traffic to a roadway of similar functional classification or above. Mr. Houle indicated staff would work with the Chamber of Commerce to contact businesses about diverting delivery traffic and also monitor traffic counts and speed to determine if additional signage was required to increase safety. The Council expressed concern with safe access to the pool this summer. Mr. Houle indicated internal neighborhood traffic counts started last week and staff would also obtain counts on 66th Street. The Council discussed options including signage to manage and reduce the level of traffic. Mr. Kane stated it would help to place a sign on Highway 100 advising that 70th Street was closed. VILA. PUBLIC HEARING HELD — DELINQUENT UTILITIES CERTIFIED — RESOLUTION NO. 2011-54 ADOPTED Affidavits of Notice presented and ordered placed on file. Finance Director Wallin recommended the certification of delinquent utility balances over $2,000 and delinquent 30 days or longer. A $30 administrative fee per account would also be certified to cover costs associated with the certification process and interest at 6.5- percent on these one -year assessments. He advised of the notification process and three property delinquencies under consideration. The Council discussed the option of turning off water service at 7075 Amundson Avenue, currently delinquent in the amount of $117,000. Manager Neal suggested staff speak with this business owner, noting if service was shut off the business might be unable to make payment. The Council acknowledged that a year ago the delinquency on this business was over $120,000 and was now $117,000. Mr. Wallin advised the 2010 property taxes were also delinquent and the utility delinquency would become a lien and certified for collection with taxes. Attorney Knutson advised the delinquency would be collected should the property go tax forfeit, but the concern was that there might Page 3 Minutes /Edina City Council /May 3. 2011 not be enough equity to cover delinquent taxes and utilities, and satisfy the mortgage. He also advised of the process required to shut off water service. Mayor Hovland opened the public hearing at 8:48 p.m. Public Testimony No one appeared to comment. Member Swenson made a motion, seconded by Member Bennett, to close the public hearing. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. Member Swenson introduced and moved adoption of Resolution No. 2011 -54, authorizing the certification of delinquent utility charges to the Hennepin County auditor. Member Sprague seconded the motion. Rollcall: Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. Member Swenson made a motion, seconded by Member Sprague, directing staff to consult with legal counsel and proceed with the process to shut off water service at 7075 Amundson Avenue and with collection efforts. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. VIII. REPORTS/ RECOMMENDATIONS VIII.A. REQUEST TO PURCHASE TRAINING CENTER FIRE TOWER UPGRADES APPROVED Fire Chief Scheerer stated his rationale to recommend the joint purchase with the cities of Bloomington and Eden Prairie of fire training simulators in the fire tower to that- weuld be paid from 2010 budget surplus. The Council asked whether the equipment could be rented to recoup costs. Fire Chief Scheerer answered in the affirmative, estimating $80- 90,000 of revenue /year was received to reduce capital costs and operating costs of $280,000 /year. Mr. Neal explained the cost share formula. Member Bennett made a motion, seconded by Member Swenson, authorizing the purchase of training center fire tower upgrades from Kidde Fire Trainers, Inc. at $132,000. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. Fire Chief Scheerer updated the Council regarding the outcome of the nation -wide cardiac arrest care study and finding that Edina had the highest percentage of cardiac arrest survivors in the nation. VIII.B. POLICY FOR RECORDING AND BROADCASTING CITY COMMISSION MEETINGS CONTINUED Member Swenson made a motion, seconded by Member Bennett, continuing consideration of a policy for recording and broadcasting City commission meetings to a date to be determined. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. VIII.C. RESOLUTION NO. 2011-52 ADOPTED —ACCEPTING VARIOUS DONATIONS Mayor Hovland explained that in order to comply with State Statutes; all donations to the City must be adopted by Resolution and approved by four favorable votes of the Council accepting the donations. Member Bennett introduced and moved adoption of Resolution No. 2011 -52 accepting various donations. Member Brindle seconded the motion. Rollcall: Page 4 Minutes /Edina City Council /May 3. 2011 Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. WILD. CITY COUNCIL MEMBER APPOINTED TO THE SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN COMMUNICATIONS CABLE COMMISSION Mr. Neal advised of the need to appoint a replacement for former Member Housh. Member Bennett made a motion, seconded by Member Sprague, appointing Member Swenson to the Southwest Suburban Communications Cable Commission. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Swenson, Hovland Motion carried. Member Swenson left the meeting at 9:10 p.m. IX. CORRESPONDENCE AND PETITIONS —Mayor Hovland acknowledged the Council's receipt of various correspondence. X. MAYOR AND COUNCIL COMMENTS X.A. FRANCE CORRIDOR STUDY REFERRED TO EDINA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Member Sprague made a motion, seconded by Member Bennett, requesting that the Edina Transportation Commission ' W-review the France Avenue corridor historically and determine options for improvement based on data already collected. Ayes: Bennett, Brindle, Sprague, Hovland Motion carried. Xl. MANAGER'S COMMENTS — Received Xll. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business on the Council Agenda, Mayor Hovland declared the meeting adjourned at 9:47 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk Minutes approved by Edina City Council, May 17, 2011. James B. Hovland, Mayor Video Copy of the May 17, 2011, meeting available. Page 5 . 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BAKERY 83.78 BAKERY 260949 366660 5421:5510 60.63 BAKERY 260950•: 366917 5421.5510 73.89 BAKERY 260951 367000 5421.5510 218.30 346690 51512011 102831 DEX MEDIA EAST INC. 87.12 650243624 261005 650243624-4/11 5631.6122 87.12 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER VERNON SELLING l TOOLS BUILDING MAINTENANCE TOOLS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN GENERAL SUPPLIES COMMUNICATIONS COST OF GOODS SOLD COST OF GOODS SOLD COST OF GOODS SOLD ADVERTISING OTHER GRILL GRILL GRILL CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION. CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 7 5/5/2011 —5/5/20111 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 346691 5/6/2011 123996 DICK'S /LAKEVILLE SANITATION IN 2,177.77 REFUSE 261006 1228776 4095.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 50TH STREET RUBBISH 3,349.65 REFUSE 261007 1233494 4095.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 50TH STREET RUBBISH 5,527.42 346692 5/512011 123187 DORCAS WIDOWS FUND 61.75 ART WORK SOLD 260875 042611 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 61.75 346693 51512011 129079 DRAIN KING INC. 688.00 WATER TANK CLEANOUT 00008002 260699 78387 5521.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS ARENA ICE MAINT 688.00 346694 515. /2011 120696 DRAPER, LAURENE 278.99 CONFERENCE EXPENSES 260759 042511 2310.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS E911 278.99 346695 5/5/2011 129080 DUBOIS CHEMICALS .INC. 455.55 D -FILM IT PLUS SOAP 00005578 260700 IN- 1068523 1553.6238 CAR WASH EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 455.55 346696 51512011 106496 ED'S TROPHIES INC. 11.77 DENNY AWARD 261008 83731 2210.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES COMMUNICATIONS ' 11.77 346697 51512011 124503 EDEN,PRAIRIE WINLECTRIC CO. 69.13 CONNECTIONS, CABLE 00001755 - 260701 07971100 1301.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES GENERAL MAINTENANCE 61.92 PLUG, B215H SIEMENS :. 00001755 260702- 07971101 1301.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES GENERAL MAINTENANCE . ,. 148.73 CONDUIT 00001843 260703 07994200 1552.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES CENT SVC PW BUILDING 279.78 346698 515/2011 101630 EDINA PUBLIC SCHOOLS 11122.00 GYM TIME FOR BASKETBALL 260914 11151 4077.6102 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES EDINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 594.00 GYM TIME FOR VOLLEYBALL 260915 11147 4077.6102 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES EDINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 1,716.00 346699 51512011 101627 ELASKY, JEFF 1,899.45 TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 260704 042611 1400.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 1,899.45 :346700 51512011 127590 ETTERMAN ENTERPRISES R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 5/5/2011 -- 5/5/2011 Check# Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No 31.22 CONNECTORS, BULBS 00005879 260705 170187 1553.6530 31.22 346701 5/5/2011 104195 EXTREME BEVERAGE LLC. 67.00 261065 W- 355537 5862.5515 67.00 346702 61512011 100146 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS COMPANY 89.47 WIRE KIT, FILTER 00005889 260706 70- 050970 1553.6530 342.60 PADS, ROTORS, PLUGS 00005889 260707 69- 036027 1553.6530 9.78 AIR FILTER 00005889 260708 69- 036026 1553.6530 183.14 ROTORS, PADS 00005889 260709 69- 035929 1553.6530 21.85 JOINT KIT 00005889 260786 69- 036254 1553.6530 21.85 JOINT KIT 00005889 260787 70- 051360 1553.6530 143.89 HEAVY DUTY BATTERY 00005889 260788 70- 051421 1552.6406 143.89 HEAVY DUTY BATTERY 00005889 260789 69- 036277 1552.6406 27.77 WIPER BLADES 00005889 260790 69- 036374 1553.6530 65.54 FILTERS 00005889 260916 69- 036443 1553.6530 3.10 LAMPS 00005889 260917 69- 036442 1553.6530 37.28 LAMPS, WIPER BLADES 00005889 260918 69- 036206 1553.6530 48.00- CREDIT 260919 69- 036393 1553.6530 14.36 SPARK PLUGS 00005889 261009 1- 3624504 1553.6530 1,056.52 346703 51512011 100051 FBI -NAA NORTHWEST CHAPTER 236.00 STREET SURVIVAL TRAINING 260760 042111 1400.6104 236.00 346704 5/512011 126004 FERGUSON WATERWORKS 90.00 LOCATOR TRAINING COURSE 00001786 260710 S01299570.001 5919.6104 169.31 MEASURING WHEEL, WANDS 00001937 260920 S01300169.001 5913.6406 259.31 348706 5/512011 129085 FLOYD, SHELLEE 19.50 ARTWORK SOLD 260876 042511 5101.4413 19.50 346706 5/512011 101476 FOOTJOY 102.96 SHOES 261143 3676888 5440.5511 84.13 SHOES 261144 3680577 5440.5511 187.09 Subledger Account Description REPAIR PARTS 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page- 8 Business Unit EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX VERNON SELLING REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS GENERAL SUPPLIES GENERAL SUPPLIES REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS GENERAL SUPPLIES ART WORK SOLD COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN CENT SVC PW BUILDING CENT SVC PW BUILDING EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN POLICE DEPT. GENERAL TRAINING DISTRIBUTION ART CENTER REVENUES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 9 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 1 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 346707 51512011 116M, FORTNER, NOLA 37.70 ARTWORK SOLD 260877 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 37.70 346708 51512011 - 120113 FRANCIS, JOYCE 11.70 ART WORK SOLD .260878 042511 5101.4413 ARTWORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 11.70 346709 5/512011 129084 FRANCOU, NICHOLAS 90.00 UTILITY OVERPAYMENT REFUND 260791 5513 HALIFAX LA 5900.2015 CUSTOMER REFUND UTILITY BALANCE SHEET 90.00 346710 5/5/2011 100764 G & K SERVICES 77.27 SHOP TOWELS 260952 1006899585 5422.6201 LAUNDRY MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 77.27 SHOP TOWELS 260953 1006121387 5422.6201 LAUNDRY MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 154.54 346711 515/2011 100773 GENERAL PARTS.INC. 342.06 FREEZER REPAIRS 260921 5300617 4075.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES VANVALKENBURG 342.06 346712 515/2011 100775 -. GENERAL SPORTS CORPORATION 210.00 . HOLLOWAY TRAINER PANTS 260922 81809 4077.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES'' EDINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 210.00 346713 51512011 103185 GERTENS 34.19 FORESTRY TOOLS- 00001740 260792 218340 1644.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES : TREES & MAINTENANCE 34.19 346714 5/5/2011 124541 GEYEN GROUP 518.34 CARPET CLEANING 260954 21239 - 5420.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS CLUB HOUSE 518.34 346715 51512011 129102 GILDERSLEEVE; STEVEN 97.83 UTILITY OVERPAYMENT REFUND 261145 6009 KELLOGG 5900.2015 CUSTOMER REFUND UTILITY BALANCE SHEET 97.83 346716 5/512011 101103 GRAINGER 476.06 MARKING PAINT 00001782 260711 9514190355 5913.6532 PAINT DISTRIBUTION 162.86 COWHIDE GLOVES 00001859 260793 9517092632 1646.6610 SAFETY EQUIPMENT BUILDING MAINTENANCE 381.29 COWHIDE GLOVES 00001859 260794 9516838258 - 1646.6610 SAFETY EQUIPMENT BUILDING MAINTENANCE 132.31 THERMOSTAT � 00001774 260795 9515824689 5820.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 50TH STREET GENERAL R55CKREG LOG20000 1,487.29 5822.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES CITY OF EDINA 5842.6406 102217 GRAPE BEGINNINGS INC 5840.6107 MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE 5410.6132 Council Check Register 5410.6132 260833 129143 244.50 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 78.78 HOLE SAW 00001823 260796 9512738502 1330.6530 REPAIR PARTS 34.52 FILTERS 00001827 260955 9514190348 5420.6530 REPAIR PARTS 117.97 TRASH CAN LINERS 00006058 260956 9506875567 5420.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 25.97 LIGHT BULBS 00006056 260957 9502786016 5420.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 77.53 SOLDER 00005979 261010 9518256376 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page - 10 Business Unit TRAFFIC SIGNALS CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 5821.6406 1,487.29 5822.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 5862.6406 346717 51512011 5842.6406 102217 GRAPE BEGINNINGS INC 5840.6107 MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE 5410.6132 244.50 5410.6132 260833 129143 244.50 346718 51512011 101518 GRAUSAM, STEVE 4.28 SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT 261146 050211 15.43 SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT 261146 050211 49.30 SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT 261146 050211 73.96 SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT 261146 050211 238.17 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 261147 050311 381.14 346719 515/2011 100785 GREUPNER, JOE 4,375.00 GOLF LESSONS 260958 042811 9,147.00 GOLF LESSONS 260958 042811 13,522.00 346720 51512011 129096 GREVIOUS, KAYE 42.00 AMBULANCE OVERPAYMENT 260923 042811 42.00 346721 5/512011 100790 HACH COMPANY 136.06 H2O SAMPLING PACKETS 00001798 261011 7220678 136.06 346722 5/512011 101576 HEGGIES PIZZA 60.80 PIZZA 260959 1708539 60.80 346723 51512011 105436 HENNEPIN COUNTY INFORMATION 160.31 TECHNICAL SUPPORT 260924 110462023 160.31 TECHNICAL SUPPORT 261012 110462024 1,893.84 RADIO ADMIN FEE 261013 110338018 32.00 ADMIN FEE - PUBLIC HEALTH 261014 110338119 656.00 RADIO ADMIN FEE 00001233 261148 110338084 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page - 10 Business Unit TRAFFIC SIGNALS CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 5821.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 5822.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 5862.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 5842.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 5840.6107 MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE 5410.6132 PROFESSIONAL SVCS - GOLF 5410.6132 PROFESSIONAL SVCS - GOLF 1470.4329 5915.6406 5421.5510 1190.6105 1400.6160 1400.6151 1460.6230 1301.6151 AMBULANCE FEES GENERAL SUPPLIES COST OF GOODS SOLD 50TH ST OCCUPANCY 50TH ST SELLING VERNON SELLING YORK SELLING LIQUOR YORK GENERAL GOLF ADMINISTRATION GOLF ADMINISTRATION FIRE DEPT. GENERAL WATER TREATMENT GRILL DUES & SUBSCRIPTIONS ASSESSING DATA PROCESSING POLICE DEPT. GENERAL EQUIPMENT RENTAL POLICE DEPT. GENERAL SERVICE CONTRACTS EQUIPMENT CIVILIAN DEFENSE EQUIPMENT RENTAL GENERAL MAINTENANCE R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 5/512011 —5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation, PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subiedger Account. Description, 2,902.46 346724 51512011 100801 HENNEPIN COUNTY TREASURER . 2,830.00 ROOM & BOARD - MAR 2011 260712 2011 3 -EDINA 1195.6225 BOARD & ROOM PRISONER 2,830.00 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page- 11 Business Unit LEGAL SERVICES 346725 515/2011 106371 HENNEPIN FACULTY ASSOCIATES 2,475.08 MEDICAL DIRECTOR SERVICES 261015 QB17312 1470.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIRE DEPT. GENERAL 2,475.08 346726 51512011 103838 HENNEPIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE 17600 TRAINING FEES - BALANCE DUE 261016 00217105 1470.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS FIRE DEPT. GENERAL 176.00 346730 51612011 105461 HOLL, SHELLEY 346727 51512011 116680- HEWLETT- PACKARD.COMPANY 13.81 ART WORK SOLD 260879 042511 5101.4413 669.40 PC FOR PW WEATHER /CAM 00004322 260713 49281239 05508.1705.31 MATERIALS /SUPPLIES 1,060.37 LAPTOP. REPLACEMENT- UTILITIES00004322 260714 49296195 1554.6710 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 34.20 SPEAKER BARS 00004324 2607.15 49284203 1470.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 1,223.60 LAPTOP FOR FINANCE 00004309 260762 49220641 - 1160.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 2,987.57 346732 5/512011 101697 HORIZON GRAPHICS INC 346728 5/512011 126433 HEYDA, COURTNEY 207.93, OFF -LEASH DOG AREA STUFFER 261017 30607 2210.6575 PRINTING 93.45 UNIFORM PURCHASE 260761: 042611 1551.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 93.45 346729 51512011 104375 HOHENSTEINS INC. WM -508 SCADA SYSTEM CENT SERV GEN - MIS FIRE DEPT. GENERAL FINANCE CITY HALL GENERAL 1 115.00 260834 557446 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER YORK SELLING 1,115.00 346730 51612011 105461 HOLL, SHELLEY 13.81 ART WORK SOLD 260879 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD 13.81 346731 515/2011 126816 HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES 2.40 PUBLIC WORKS SUPPLIES - -. 00001943 260797 041311 1646.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 115.94 PUBLIC WORKS SUPPLIES 00001943 260797 041311 1301.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 191.71 PUBLIC WORKS SUPPLIES 00001943 260797 041311 5939.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 310.05 346732 5/512011 101697 HORIZON GRAPHICS INC 207.93, OFF -LEASH DOG AREA STUFFER 261017 30607 2210.6575 PRINTING 207.93 ART CENTER REVENUES BUILDING MAINTENANCE GENERAL MAINTENANCE STORM SEWER SPECIAL PROJECTS COMMUNICATIONS R65CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Council Check Register Page - 12 5/512011 —515/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 346733 51512011 125093 ILVONEN, ILONA 55.25 ART WORK SOLD 260880 042611 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 55.25 346734 5/512011 123703 IMPRIMUS FORENSIC SERVICES LLC 2,692.00 EVIDENCE PHOTOGRAPHY 261049 658 7410.6218 EDUCATION PROGRAMS PSTF ADMINISTRATION 2,692.00 346735 515/2011 100409 IN CONTROL INC. 126.57 PANEL HANDLES 00001785 261018 11054DA01 5921.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES SANITARY LIFT STATION MAINT 126.57 346736 51512011 116191 INSTY - PRINTS 17677 STATE OF THE COMMUNITY PROGRAM 261019 88704 2210.6575 PRINTING COMMUNICATIONS 176.77 346737 51512011 119808 INTEGRA TELECOM 303.60 PHONES /INTERNET 261050 8193775 7411.6188 TELEPHONE PSTF OCCUPANCY 303.60 346738 5/5/2011 127184 IVERSON, KATHLEEN 42.90 ART WORK SOLD 260881 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 42.90 346739 51512011 101861 J.H. LARSON COMPANY 1,381.76 FIXTURE 00001559 260798 4321890 -01 1322.6530 REPAIR PARTS STREET LIGHTING ORNAMENTAL 1,381.76 346740 51512011 101400 JAMES, WILLIAM F 100.00 POLICE SERVICE 260763 050111 1419.6102 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES RESERVE PROGRAM 100.00 346741 51512011 102146 JESSEN PRESS 372.99 CITY NOTECAROS 260716 27471 1550.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL 372.99 346742 5/512011 100741 JJ TAYLOR DIST. OF MINN 923.08 260835 1535378 5822.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER 50TH ST SELLING 161.80 261066 1535380 5862.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX VERNON SELLING 138.25 261067 1535396 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER YORK SELLING 197.60 261068 1535392 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX YORK SELLING R55CKREG L0620000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 248.58 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 260925 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO #. Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 742.00 261069 1535386 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER 4,629.74 261070 1535391 5842.5514 COST -OF GOODS SOLD BEER 5,135.19 261128 1535379 5862.5514 COST OF GOODS.SOLD BEER 11,927.66 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page - 13 Business Unit YORK SELLING YORK SELLING VERNON SELLING 346743 5/512011 124104 JOHN DEERE LANDSCAPES INC. 248.58 HERBICIDES 00002034 260925 57418074 5630.6540 FERTILIZER CENTENNIAL LAKES 248.58 346745 515/2011 100835 JOHNSON BROTHERS LIQUOR CO. 893.44 261071 1044806 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 1,180.26 261072 1044797 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 1,240.02 261073 1044805 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 5,470.93 261074 1044803 5842.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING 1,448.46 261075 1044809 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 125.48 261076 1044804 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX YORK SELLING 1,146.07 261077 1044807 5842.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING 179.19 261078 1044799 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 126.55 261079 1044798 5822.5513 COST;OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 555.06 261080 1044795 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 227.94 261081 1044794 5822.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR 50TH ST SELLING 2,675.38 261082 . 1044810 5862.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 102.62 261083 1044792 5862.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 314.82 261084 1044811 5862.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX VERNON SELLING 904.26 261085 1044813 5862.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 914.05 261086 1044812 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 1,278.87 261087 1044793 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 1,786.66 261088 1044814 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 30.07- 261089 493708 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 37.74- 261090 494287 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 6.62- 261091 494286 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 29.92- 261129 494768 5842.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING 16.20- 261130 494767 5822.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR 50TH ST SELLING 20,449.51 346746 515/2011 103654 JOHNSON, DENISE, 74.40 ART WORK SOLD 260882 042611 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 74.40 346747 5/5/2011 118814 JOHNSON, LINNEA 10.40 ART WORK SOLD 260883 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 10.40 R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 346748 616/2011 114668• JOHNSON, MARTI L. 121.55 ART WORK SOLD 260884 042611 5101.4413 ' ARTWORK SOLD 121.55 346749 515/20,11 102113 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 155.02 MOTOR 00001763 260961 094561 5431.6530 REPAIR PARTS 155.02 346750 5/5/2011 103230 JOHNSTONS SALES & SERVICE 587.81 VACUUM 260962 042611 5420.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 587.81 346751 5/512011 123053 JUDSON, GARY 17.55 ART WORK SOLD 260885 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD 17.55 346762 51512011 104369 KARKHOFF, NANCY 60.93 UNIFORM PURCHASE 261020 042611' 1400.6203 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE 60.93 346753 51512011 116776 KUSTOM KARRIERS 153.74 DWI TOW 260764 042711. 2340.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES° 153.74 346754 5/512011 124811 LARSCO INC. 1,149.67 EJECTION NOZZLES 00001789 261021 2787 _ 5912.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 1,149.67 - 346755 5/612011 100852 LAWSON PRODUCTS INC. 393.45 FITTINGS, CLIPS, BITS 00005959 261022 0389234 15516530 REPAIR PARTS 393.45 346756 615/2011 125135 LONGFELLOW - NOKOMIS MESSENGER 211.20 FEB ADS 261149 .56772 5210.6122 ADVERTISING OTHER 211.20 MAR ADS 261150 56962 5210.6122 ADVERTISING OTHER 422.40 346757 6/612011 122472 M 81 BANK 13.98 FACILITY EXPENSES 261051 041411 7413.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 22.17 FACILITY EXPENSES 261051 041411' 7410.6218 EDUCATION PROGRAMS 30.00 FACILITY EXPENSES 261051 041411 7410.6106 MEETING EXPENSE 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page - 14 ART CENTER REVENUES RICHARDS GC MAINTENANCE CLUB HOUSE ART CENTER REVENUES i POLICE DEPT. GENERAL DWI FORFEITURE WELL HOUSES EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN GOLF DOME PROGRAM GOLF DOME PROGRAM PSTF FIRE TOWER PSTF ADMINISTRATION PSTF ADMINISTRATION CITY OF EDINA 5/412011 8:36:51 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 15 • 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 76.58_ : FACILITY EXPENSES 261051 041411 7410.6105 DUES & SUBSCRIPTIONS PSTF ADMINISTRATION 186.26 FACILITY EXPENSES' 261051 041411 7414.6406 GENERAL.SUPPLIES- PUBLIC PROGRAMS _ 332.60 FACILITY EXPENSES 261051 _041411 7411.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES PSTF OCCUPANCY 457.61 FACILITY EXPENSES- 261051 041411 7412.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES PSTF RANGE 1,119.10 �. 346758 515/2011 101165 M.A.A.0. 150.00 SUMMER SEMINARS REGISTRATION 260926" 042711 1190.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS ASSESSING .150.00 346759 515/2011 101165 MAA.O. 150.00 SUMMER SEMINARS REGISTRATION 261151 050211 1190.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS ASSESSING 150.00 346760 5/5/2011 122878 MARTTI, DOROTHEA - 425.00 HOSTING FEE 261023 156 2210.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES COMMUNICATIONS 425.00 ,. 346761 5/512011 101146 MATRIX 254.35 260717 607782530 1550.6188 TELEPHONE CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL 254.35 346762 515/2011 119992 = MCCARTHY WELL COMPANY 2,466.00 WELL #3 PIPING CHANGE 260963 23715 5422.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 2,466.00 346763 515/2011 101483 MENARDS 61.99 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES 00008094 260719 53165 5511.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES ARENA BLDG/GROUNDS 70.73 PLUMBING PARTS 00001734 260799 55143 1646.6530 REPAIR PARTS BUILDING MAINTENANCE 183.79 HARDWARE 00001511 .260800 55995 1646.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES BUILDING MAINTENANCE 212.72 LOUNGE CHAIRS, ROPE 00002033 260927 56182 5630.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES CENTENNIAL LAKES 53.29 BOLTS, GLOVES, ADHESIVE 00006425 260964 53539 5431.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES RICHARDS GC MAINTENANCE 582.52 346764 5/512011 101987 MENARDS 147.38 CLEANING SUPPLIES' 00002000 261024 68788 5630.6511 CLEANING SUPPLIES CENTENNIAL LAKES 79.85. SCREEN, TAPE 00002031 261025 81621 5630.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES CENTENNIAL LAKES 227.23 346765 51512011 101891 METRO ATHLETIC SUPPLY 446.15 SOFTBALLS 260928 131615 4077.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES EDINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 446.15 R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Council Check Register Page - 16 5/5/2011 - 515/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 346766 5/612011 100885 METRO SALES INC 928.08 COPIER USAGE 260718 404457 1552.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CENT SVC PW BUILDING 928.08 346767 51612011 104650 MICRO CENTER 17.09 CARD READER 00004316 261026 3252817 1470.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES FIRE DEPT. GENERAL 17.09 346768 51512011 101746 MINNESOTA COUNTY ATTORNEYS ASS 342.81 FORFEITURE FORMS 260765 18104080 1400.6575 PRINTING POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 342.81 346769 5/5/2011 101638 MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 23.00 CERTIFICATION FEE 00001232 260801 HEINZMANN 5919.6260 LICENSES & PERMITS TRAINING 23.00 346770 6/512011 101638 MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 23.00 CERTIFICATION FEE 00001797 260802 STRUVE 5919.6260 LICENSES & PERMITS TRAINING 23.00 346771 5/512011 106193 MINNESOTA HIGHWAY SAFETY AND 1,098.00 TRAINING CLASS FEES 260766 629430 -2351 2340.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES DWI FORFEITURE 366.00 TRAINING CLASS FEES 260767 629430 -2359 2340.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES DWI FORFEITURE 1,464.00 DWI CLASSES 261027 629430 -2367 2340.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES DWI FORFEITURE 2,928.00 346772 5/512011 101996 MINNESOTA TROPHIES & GIFTS 80.13 MEETING SUPPLIES 261028 042711 1419.6106 MEETING EXPENSE RESERVE PROGRAM 80.13 346773 5/512011 123850 MN FIAM BOOK SALES 386.89 TRAINING MANUALS 00003567 260929 1182 1470.6579 TRAINING AIDS FIRE DEPT. GENERAL 386.89 346774 51512011 117420 MOE, MARK 48.75 ART WORK SOLD 260886 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 48.75 346775 51512011 129086 MONTGOMERY, MEREDITH 4.88 ART WORK SOLD 260887 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 4.88 5/4/2011 6:36:51 Page - 17 Business Unit ART CENTER REVENUES FIRE DEPT. GENERAL BA -381 MALONEY AVE RANGE MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS CENTENNIAL LAKES GOLF BALANCE SHEET ART CENTER REVENUES COMMUNICATIONS POLICE DEPT. GENERAL POLICE DEPT. GENERAL ART CENTER REVENUES CITY OF EDINA R55CKREG LOG20000 , Council Check Register 5/5/2011 — 5/512011 Check # Date Amount Supplier I Explanation" PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger. _Account Description 346776 51512011 106190 MOORE, MARY C 9.72 ART WORK SOLD - 266888 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD, 9.72 346777 5/512011 129097 MORENO; ISABEL 1,440.00 AMBULANCE OVERPAYMENT 260930 042811 1470.4329 AMBULANCE FEES 1,440.00 346778 5/5/2011 101796 MPCA 400.00 MALONEY AVE RECONSTRUCTION 260803 MNR100001 01381.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN 400.00 346779 51512011 100906 MTI DISTRIBUTING INC. 813.97 PICKER SEAT. 00006419 260965 77913400 5424.6530 REPAIR PARTS 150.83 FUEL PUMP 00006426 260966 78019400 5422.6530 REPAIR PARTS 389.84 IRRIGATION COUPLERS 00006426 260967 780143 -00 5422.6611 IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT 3,473.44 GREENS MOWER 00002040 261029 781913 -00 5630.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 40,199.25 TORO REELMASTER MOWER 00006216 261030 775009 -00 5400.1740 MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 45,027.33 346780 51512011 124121 MULLANEY, MARLA 20.80 ART WORK SOLD 260889 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD 20.80 346781 5/5/2011 129101 MYREN, ARLO 30.80 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 261152 042811 2210.6107 MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE 30.80 346782 51512011 100921 NATIONAL CAMERA EXCHANGE 214.54 CAMERA CASE FOR TRAINING 260768 0425107YHDE 1400.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS 214.54 346783 51512011 129081 NELSON'S 724.87 FOOD FOR TRAINING APR 4 -21111 260720 756353 1400.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS 724.87 346784 51512011 121125 NEMER, KAREN 37.70 ART WORK SOLD 260890 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD 37.70 346785 5/512011 100076 NEW FRANCE WINE CO. 5/4/2011 6:36:51 Page - 17 Business Unit ART CENTER REVENUES FIRE DEPT. GENERAL BA -381 MALONEY AVE RANGE MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS CENTENNIAL LAKES GOLF BALANCE SHEET ART CENTER REVENUES COMMUNICATIONS POLICE DEPT. GENERAL POLICE DEPT. GENERAL ART CENTER REVENUES R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Council Check Register Page - 18 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 573.00 260836 66051 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 219.00 261092 66050 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 792.00 346786 51512011 101359 NIBBE, MICHAEL. 222.75 UNIFORM PURCHASE 261031 042511 1400.6203 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 222.75 346787 51512011 104350 NIKE USA INC. - 171.98 SHIRTS 261153 .932852824 5440.5511 COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES 171.98 346788 51512011 124528 NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECHNICAL 350.00 TASER REGISTRATIONS 261052 SFT0000049253 7410.6218 EDUCATION PROGRAMS PSTF ADMINISTRATION 350.00 346789 51512011 104232 NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INC .2,383.65 SCENE LIGHT, LED LIGHTS 00005902 2261032 27385 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 2,383.65 346790 51512011 100933 NORTHWEST GRAPHIC SUPPLY CO. 166.81 WATER COLORS, CLAY CUTTERS 00009030-.260931 ., 40450500 5120:5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD ART SUPPLY GIFT GALLERY SHOP 166.81 346791 515/2011 103578 OFFICE DEPOT . 22.43 OFFICE SUPPLIES 00006034 260968 . - 1335571310 5410.6513 OFFICE SUPPLIES GOLF ADMINISTRATION 22.43 346792 51512011 124089 OHMANN, NANCY - 52.00 ART WORK SOLD 260891 042611 :, . 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 52:00 - 346793 5/512011 - 102440 PASS, GRACE 120:25 ART WORK SOLD 260892 0426111 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES - 120.25 346794 51512011 100347 PAUSTIS & SONS 428.75 260837 , 8302679 -IN 5822.5513 l COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 683.00 260838 8302682 -IN 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 2,221.60 260839 8302676 -IN 5842.5513, COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 140.50 260840 8302253 -1N 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 56.00- 260841'. - 8301978 =CM 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 19 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier/ Explanation ; PO # Doc No Inv No Account No- Subledgep Account,Descdption Business Unit 3,417.85 346795 5/5/2011 100945 PEPSI -COLA COMPANY .823.88 260969 60826816 5421.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD GRILL 823.88 346796 6/512011 122417 PETTY CASH 19.84 PETTY CASH 261053 042611 7411.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES PSTF OCCUPANCY 22.47 PETTY CASH 261053 042611 7412.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES PSTF RANGE 42.31 346797 5/5/2011 100743 PHILLIPS WINE & SPIRITS 811.46 261093 2060748 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 1,288.96 261094' 2060740 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 887.72 261095 2060747 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 1,120.60 261096 2060748 5862.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 1.12 261097 2060736 5862.5512 COST OF GOODS'SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 103.24 261098 0260738 5822.5512% COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR 50TH ST SELLING 2,467.60 261099 2060737 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE '50TH ST SELLING 347.05 261100 2060742 5842.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING .56 261101 2060741 - 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 1,064.19 261102 2060743 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 1,586.67 261103 2060744 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 36.00- 261104 3457627 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 263.86 261131 2061764 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD.WINE - 50TH ST SELLING 9,907.03 346798 615/2011 100964 PIONEER RIM & WHEEL_ CO. 111.89 CAP, BEARING, SEALS = 00005914 260932 1- 105808 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 987.44 HUBS & DRUMS, BRAKES 00005840 260933 1- 105807 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 159.45 ELECTRIC BRAKE 00005840 260934 1- 106020 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 159.45 ELECTRIC BRAKE 00005840 260935 1- 106021 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 647.36- CREDIT 260936 1- 105602 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 770.87 346799 5/5/2011 119146 PLYMAT, AMY 30.55 ART WORK SOLD 260893 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 30.55 346800 5/512011 119620 POMP'S, TIRE' SERVICE INC. 1,496.51 TIRES_ - 00005982 260804 373754 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 1,276.17 TIRES 00005890 260937 378990 1553.6583 TIRES & TUBES EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description ART WORK SOLD ART WORK SOLD POSTAGE FERTILIZER CHEMICALS GENERAL SUPPLIES 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page - 20 Business Unit ART CENTER REVENUES ART CENTER REVENUES GENERAL (BILLING) MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS E911 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 2,772.68 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 346801 5/512011 VERNON SELLING 118350 POPE, ETHAN ROWAN YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING 15.60 ART WORK SOLD 260894 042511 5101.4413 15.60 346802 5/512011 129087 POPPE, NATASHA 14.30 ART WORK SOLD 260895 042511 5101.4413 14.30 346803 5/5/2011 100961 POSTMASTER - USPS 2,600.00 PERMIT 939 UTILITY BILLING 261154 050211 5910.6235 2,600.00 346804 5/512011 100964 PRECISION TURF & CHEMICAL 2,629.43 FERTILIZER 00006054 260970 36185 5422.6540 445.67 CIVITAS 00006057 260971 36207 5422.6545 3,075.10 346805 515/2011 129100 PRO VANTAGE 1,468.00 TOUCHMONITOR 261033 5899309 2310.6406 1,468.00 346806 51512011 100971 QUAUTY WINE 311.73 260842 449379 -00 5822.5513 557.60 260843 449328 -00 5822.5513 784.67 260844 449378 -00 5862.5513 1,586.50 260845 449327 -00 5862.5513 1,619.84 260846 448927 -00 5862.5512 1,005.30 260847 449326 -00 5842.5513 927.06 260848 449400 -00 5842.5513 1,670.26 260849 449353 -00 5842.5512 152.00- 261132 442136 -00 5822.5513 8,310.96 346807 51512011 123898 QWEST 55.61 952 922 -2444 260721 2444 -4/11 1550.6188 114.11 952 920 -8166 260722 8166 -4/11 1550.6188 169.72 346808 5/5/2011 100466 R & R PRODUCTS INC. 517.40 TIRES 00006421 260972 CD1435798 5422.6530 ART WORK SOLD ART WORK SOLD POSTAGE FERTILIZER CHEMICALS GENERAL SUPPLIES 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page - 20 Business Unit ART CENTER REVENUES ART CENTER REVENUES GENERAL (BILLING) MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS E911 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING TELEPHONE CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL TELEPHONE CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL REPAIR PARTS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 21 5/5/2011 —5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No — Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 517.40 c 346809 5/5/2011 127072 RACHUY, TIM 45.50 ART WORK SOLD- 260896 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 45.50 346810 5/5/2011 125936 REINDERS 3,286.41 FERTILIZER 00001542 260805 3008068 -00 16416540 FERTILIZER GENERAL TURF CARE 3,286.41 - 346811 51512011 100977 RICHFIELD PLUMBING COMPANY 219.00 CLEAR DRAINS 00006277 260973 57147 5420.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS CLUB HOUSE 219.00 346812 515/2011 100978 RIEDELL SHOES INC. 373.46 RENTAL SKATES 00008099 260723 54464326 5511.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES ARENA BLDG/GROUNDS 373.46 346813 5/512011 118658 - RIGHTWAY GLASS INC. 377.00 WINDOW REPLACEMENT 00005482 260806 62445 1553.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 377.00 346814 61612011 102408 RIGID HITCH INCORPORATED 31.73 BREAKAWAY SWITCHES: 00005984 261034 1245079 -01 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 31.73 346815 51512011 129088' RING, LOIS 19.50 ART WORK SOLD 260897 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 19.50 - 346816 51512011 128648 RJ SPORTS 351.00 RENTAL BAGS 260960 88480 5410.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES GOLF ADMINISTRATION 351.00 346817 51512011 101822 SAM'S CLUB DIRECT. 7.00 101 = "" "9350 SUPPLIES 260938 042811' 1624.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES PLAYGROUND & THEATER 207.78 101 = "" "9350 SUPPLIES 260938 042811 4075.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD VANVALKENBURG 214.78 346818 51512011 124780 _ SCHAUER, LAUREN 61.10 ART WORK SOLD 260898 042611 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 61.10 R55CKREG LOG20000 Check # Date 346819 61512011 346820 515/2011 346821 51512011 346822 5/5/2011 346823 51512011 346824 5/5/2011 346825 515/2011 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 515/2011 —5/5/2011 Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 1646.6201 LAUNDRY 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page- 22 Business Unit BUILDING MAINTENANCE 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 5913.6103 105514 SCHIRO, DOUG DISTRIBUTION 03460.1705.20 100.00 UNIFORM PURCHASE 260807 042611 100.00 05511.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN MINNEHAHA WOODS RECON 01334.1705.20 127490 SCULLY, PAT BA -334 MINNEHAHA WOODS RECON 03461.1705.20 60.13 ART WORK SOLD 260899 042611 60.13 01384.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN RIDGE ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 04374.1705.20 100995 SEH STS -374 RIDGE ROAD 03449.1705.21 9,843.17 EDINA WHPP UPDATE 260724 242877 3,749.72 MINNEHAHA WOODS RECONST 260725 243050 3,981.36 MINNEHAHA WOODS RECONST 260725 243050 8,017.02 MINNEHAHA WOODS RECONST 260725 243050 8,179.89 MINNEHAHA WOODS RECONST 260725 243050 278.29 RIDGE ROAD RECONST 260726 243049 463.82 RIDGE ROAD RECONST 260726 243049 3,153.95 RIDGE ROAD RECONST 260726 243049 5,380.27 RIDGE ROAD RECONST 260726 243049 63.37 PAMELA PARK NEIGHBORHOOD RECON 260727 243053 139.30 PAMELA PARK NEIGHBORHOOD RECON 260727 243053 516.55 PAMELA PARK NEIGHBORHOOD RECON 260727 243053 1,162.23 PAMELA PARK NEIGHBORHOOD RECON 260727 243053 44,928.94 104689 SERIGRAPHICS SIGN SYSTEMS INC. 318.00 CUSTOM SIGNAGE 260939 41826 318.00 127519 SIEGEL, USA 67.54 ART WORK SOLD 260900 042611 67.54 120292 SIGNATURE CONCEPTS 210.00 POLO SHIRTS 260728 396330 259.00 POLO SHIRTS 260728 396330 469.00 105654 SIMPLEX GRINNELL LP 438.00 SPRINKLER PANEL REPAIR 00006276 260974 66520119 19.00 SERVICE CALL 00006276 260975 66504034 457.00 1646.6201 LAUNDRY 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page- 22 Business Unit BUILDING MAINTENANCE 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 5913.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DISTRIBUTION 03460.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN MINNEHAHA WOODS RECON 04375.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN MINNEHAHA WOODS RECON 05511.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN MINNEHAHA WOODS RECON 01334.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN BA -334 MINNEHAHA WOODS RECON 03461.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN SS-461 RIDGE RD RECONSTRUCTION 05510.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN WM -510 RIDGE RD RECONSTRUCTION 01384.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN RIDGE ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 04374.1705.20 CONSULTING DESIGN STS -374 RIDGE ROAD 03449.1705.21 CONSULTING INSPECTION SS-449 PAMELA PARK 05492.1705.21 CONSULTING INSPECTION WM-492 PAMELA PARK 04358.1705.21 CONSULTING INSPECTION STS -358 PAMELA PARK 01360.1705.21 CONSULTING INSPECTION BA -360 PAMELA PARK N'HOOD 1628.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES SENIOR CITIZENS 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 5320.6201 LAUNDRY POOL CONCESSIONS 5311.6201 LAUNDRY POOL OPERATION 5420.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS CLUB HOUSE 5420.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS CLUB HOUSE CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 23 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 346826 51512011 101000 SIR SPEEDY 40.61 BUSINESS CARDS 260940 68609 1550.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES, CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL 40.61 346827 5/512011 119422 SIZER, CORA LEE 30.55 ART WORK SOLD 260901 042611 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 30.55 346828 5/5/2011 127878 SOUTHERN WINE AND SPIRITS 139.45 260850 1527345 5842.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING 185.00 260851 1538222 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 2,102.50 261105 1538223 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 1,959.00 261106 1489700 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 461.50 261107 1489702 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 171.05 261108 1528895 5842.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING 36.99 261109 1528899 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX YORK SELLING 357.50 261110 1538253 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 3,613.00 261111 1489703 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 9,025.99 346829 5/5/2011 110977 SOW, ADAMA 52.00 ART WORK SOLD 260902 042611 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES . 52.00 ' 346830 515/2011 102183 SPECKMAN, GAIL -, 12.97 ART WORK SOLD 260903 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 12.97 346831 5/512011 101004 SIPS COMPANIES - 136.09 CONNECTORS 00001938 261035 S2359754.001 1552.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES CENT SVC PW BUILDING 136.09 346832 515/2011 101015 STRETCHERS 277.86 AMMO 00003124 261036 1764824 1400.6551 AMMUNITION POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 48.04 GLASSES 00003046 261037 1832367 1419.6203 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE RESERVE PROGRAM ' 79.98 POLO SHIRTS 261038 1832009 1400.6203 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE. POLICE,DEPT. GENERAL 405.90 346833 515/2011 101765 STROH, STEVE 71.58. UNIFORM, PURCHASE 261039 042711 1400.6203 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 71.58 R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Council Check Register Page - 24 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 346834 51512011 100900 SUN NEWSPAPERS 700.00 BRAEMAR GOLF ADS 260976 1312785 5410.6122 ADVERTISING OTHER GOLF ADMINISTRATION 700.00 346835 5/5/2011 104905 SUNDBERG, ANN 29.25 ART WORK SOLD 260904 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 29.25 346836 51512011 102925 SUPERIOR TECH PRODUCTS 1,858.02 LIQUID FERTILIZER 260977 3383 -RGR 5422.6540 FERTILIZER MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 224.44 GRANULAR FERTILIZER 260978 3432 -RGR 5422.6540 FERTILIZER MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 2,082.46 346837 5/512011 120998 SURLY BREWING CO. 473.00 260852 02578 5862.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER VERNON SELLING 940.00 260853 02566 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER YORK SELLING 1,413.00 346838 5/5/2011 119424 SWANSON, SUSAN 31.85 ART WORK SOLD 260905 042511 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 31.85 346839 616/2011 127938 SWENSON, ANN 45.50 ART WORK SOLD 260906 042611 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES 45.50 346840 6/512011 111616 T.D. ANDERSON INC. 38.00 BEERLINE CLEANING 260979 046994 5421.6102 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES GRILL 38.00 346841 51512011 101027 TARGET BANK 29.59 X- XXX -XX9 -840 SUPPLIES 260980 041811 5410.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES GOLF ADMINISTRATION 29.59 346842 51512011 104932 TAYLOR MADE 174.00 GOLF CLUB 261155 16006506 5440.5511 COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES 63.05 MERCHANDISE 261156 16006507 5440.5511 COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES 63.05 MERCHANDISE 261157 16001720 5440.5511 COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES 300.10 346843 51512011 113549 TENNIS WEST CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 25 5/5/2011 —5/512011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 5,598.00 SAFETY NETTING REPAIRS 00001877 260808: 11- 007737 _ 1642.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIELD MAINTENANCE 5,598.00 346844 5/5/2011 102471 THOLEN, BRIAN 22.98 UNIFORM PURCHASE 261040 042711 1400.6203 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 22.98 _ 346845 51512011 101035 THORPE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 1,861.60 261112 . 636961 5862.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER VERNON SELLING 208.65 261133 636962 5862.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX VERNON SELLING 2,070.25 346846 5/612011 118190 TURFWERKS LLC 114.59- SPACERS, BUSHINGS, P_ INS 00005908 260729 SI26238 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 62.22 GASKET, GUARDS 00006430 260981 J144686 5422.6530 REPAIR PARTS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 176.81 346847 51512011 123969 TWIN CITIES OCCUPATIONAL HEALT 149.60 FITNESS FOR DUTY- RYGG 260982 101780006 1400.6175 PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 149.60 346848 5/512011 102150 TWIN CITY SEED CO. 1,579.35 EROSION BLANKETS, SEED 00006364 260983 24712 5422.6543 SOD & BLACK DIRT MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 1,579.35 346849 5/5/2011 129094 U OF M BOOKSTORES 62.95 TRAINING MATERIALS 00001710 260942 59509 1640.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS PARK MAINTENANCE GENERAL 62.95 346850 515/2011- 103048 U.S. BANK 425.00 PAYING AGENT 261041 2850179 3101.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GENERAL DEBT SERVICE REVENUES 425.00 PAYING AGENT 261042 802571800 5310.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES POOL ADMINISTRATION 850.00 346851 5/512011 129093 U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 111,000.00 EASEMENT ACQUISITION 260941 042011 01336.1705.30 CONTRACTOR PAYMENTS BA336 W70TH - FRANCE TO YORK 111,000.00 346852 515/2011 114236 USA BLUE BOOK 54.87 SPRAYERS 00001851 260809 380977 4091.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES GRANDVIEW MAINTENANCE 54.87 SPRAYERS 00001851 260809 380977 1552.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES CENT SVC PW BUILDING 109.74 R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 5/5/2011 -5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO #. Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 346853 5/512011 101058 VAN PAPER CO. 237.33 LIQUOR BAGS 260730 195674 -00 5822.6512 PAPER SUPPLIES 253.72 LIQUOR BAGS 260731 195673 -00 5842.6512 PAPER SUPPLIES 1,036.15 TOWELS, LINERS, CUPS 260984 195339 -0T' 4421.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 1,527.20 346854 5/5/2011 119461 VANGEN,.GREG 81.95 ZAMBONI PAINT 261158 '. 050211 5521.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 81.95 346855 51512011 101063 VERSATILE VEHIbLES INC. 212.98 BRAKE DRUMS. 260985 53631 5423.6530 REPAIR PARTS 212.98 346856 51512011 128680 VIDACARE CORPORATION 501.49 AMBULANCE SUPPLIES 000.03564 -261043 9599 1470.6510 FIRST AID SUPPLIES 501.49 346857 51512011 101066 VIKING ELECTRIC SUPPLY 15.68 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES ' 00001829-260732 5349051 05508.1705.31 MATERIALS /SUPPLIES 218.83 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 00001829 260732 5349651 1551.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 251.35 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES :00001829 260732 5349051 1553.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 485.86 346858 5/512011 101069 VOSS LIGHTING - -- 120.19 LIGHTING 260943 15177122 -00 5861.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 45.36 BULBS 00001939 261044 1517924400 1646.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 99:55 BULBS 00001939 ,26104.4 -.15179244-00 1552.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 265.10 346859 51512011 129083 W S & D PERMIT SERVICE 111.40 PERMIT REFUND 260769 ED103335 1495.4111 BUILDING PERMITS 111.40 346860 515/2011 122267 WEATHER COMPANY LLC, THE 578.40 STAFF JACKETS 00006280 260986 17176 5410.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 576.40 346861 515/2011 103266 WELSH COMPANIES LLC 572.16 MAY 2011 MAINTENANCE 260770 050111 5841.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 572.16 54/2011 8:36:51 Page - 26 Business Unit 50TH ST SELLING YORK SELLING GRILL ARENA ICE MAINT GOLF CARS I. FIRE DEPT. GENERAL WM -508 SCADA SYSTEM CITY HALL GENERAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN VERNON OCCUPANCY BUILDING MAINTENANCE CENT SVC PW BUILDING INSPECTIONS GOLF ADMINISTRATION YORK OCCUPANCY CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:36:51 R55CKREG - LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 27 5/5/2011 - 5/5/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No. - Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 346862 516/2011 101079 WHEELER LUMBER; 376.63 GUARD RAILS 00001846 261045 1220- 028189 1343.6406. GENERAL SUPPLIES BRIDGES GUARD RAILS .. 376.63 346863 51512011 101033 WINE COMPANY, THE C 456.25 260854 268281 -00 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 149.50 260855 267865 -00 5862.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX VERNON SELLING 1,290.15 261113 268412 -00 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 681.90 261114 268278 700 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 2,577.80 346864 51512011 101312 WINE MERCHANTS - 7,987.00 260856 359897 5862.5513 COST. OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING .56 260857 359896 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 546.16 261115 360090 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD.WINE VERNON SELLING 1,685.16 261116 360091 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 2,611,23 261117 360093 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 815,12 261118 360092 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 13,645.23 346865 6/612011 124291 WIRTZ BEVERAGE MINNESOTA J 2,725.32 260858 562065 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 2,472,11 260859 563279 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 4,896.38 260860 563281 5842.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING _ 3.45 260861 563064 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 41,10 260862 563280 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX YORK SELLING 151.66 260863 563282 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX YORK SELLING 1,381.94 260864 563277 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 901.24 260865 563278 5822.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR 50TH ST SELLING -. 8,424.74 260866 563274 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 1,15 260867 563063 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 1,657.93 260868 562064 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 1,512.18 260869 563275 5862.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 62.63 261119 563276 5862.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX VERNON SELLING 39.29- 261120 829365 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 129.15- 261121 829364 5842.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING 24,063.39 346866 515/2011 124529 WIRTZ BEVERAGE MINNESOTA BEER 4,449.95 260870 739037 5862.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER VERNON SELLING 2,274.65 260871 739597 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER YORK SELLING R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 5/5/2011 —5/512011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No 64.50 260872 739598 5842.5514 640.00 261122 741573 5842.5514 108.75 261123 741335 5822.5514 7,537.85 346867 515/2011 101726 XCEL ENERGY 60.19 51- 4420190 -3 260733 279386792 989.71 51- 5107681 -4 260734 279515943 2,313.63 51- 6223269 -1 260735 279518621 8,562.35 51- 9603061 -0 260736 279537357 7,396.63 51- 6955679 -8 261159 279783552 9,775.09 51- 6644819 -9 261160 279630799 2,347.88 51- 4159265 -8 261161 279383416 31,445.48 346868 5/512011 119647 YOCUM OIL COMPANY INC. 21,316.00 UNLEADED FUEL 00001200 260944 432616 21,316.00 346869 515/2011 101091 ZJEGLER INC 251.65 HYDRAULIC HOSE, COUPLINGS 00005977 260810 PC001282050 251.65 614,134.13 Grand Total 1321.6185 5111.6185 5210.6185 1552.6185 1551.6185 5620.6185 7411.6185 1553.6581 1553.6530 Subledger Account Description COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER LIGHT & POWER LIGHT & POWER LIGHT & POWER LIGHT & POWER LIGHT & POWER LIGHT & POWER LIGHT & POWER GASOLINE REPAIR PARTS Payment Instrument Totals Check Total 614,134.13 Total Payments 614,134.13 5/4/2011 8:36:51 Page - 28 Business Unit YORK SELLING YORK SELLING 50TH ST SELLING STREET LIGHTING REGULAR ART CENTER BLDG /MAINT GOLF DOME PROGRAM CENT SVC PW BUILDING CITY HALL GENERAL EDINBOROUGH PARK PSTF OCCUPANCY EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN J EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN R55CKSUM LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA 5/4/2011 8:37:40 Council. Check Summary Page - 1 5/5/2011 - 5/5/2011 Company Amount 01000 GENERAL FUND 113,571.67 02200 COMMUNICATIONS FUND 945.96 02300 POLICE SPECIAL REVENUE .4,828.73 03100 GENERAL DEBT SERVICE FUND 425.00 04000 WORKING CAPITAL FUND 124,220.46 04200 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND 24,544.91 04800 CONSTRUCTION FUND 8,179.89 05100 ART CENTER FUND 2,621.50 05200' GOLF DOME FUND 2,736.03 05300 AQUATIC CENTER FUND 894.00\ 05400 GOLF COURSE FUND 75,449.67 05500 ICE ARENA FUND 59,234.14 05600 EDINBOROUGH/CENT LAKES FUND 14,024.18 05800 LIQUOR FUND 132,802.49 05900 UTILITY FUND 31,622.32 05930 STORM SEWER FUND 10,069.89 07400 PSTF AGENCY FUND 7,963.29 Report Totals 614,134.13 We confirm to the best of our knowledge and belief, that these claims comply in all material respects with the requirements of the City of Edina purchasing policies an procedures dgW- 1 R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 6/1212011 102971 ACE ICE COMPANY 5/6/2011 -5/1212011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 346870 5/6/2011 35.40 129109 ACOUSTICAL SURFACES INC. 261468 0882656 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX 14,023.67 3" THICK SONEX ACOUSTICAL FOA100007438 261466 00098075 7412.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 14,023.67 5/1212011 100617 ADAM'S PEST CONTROL 346871 5/1212011 100609 50TH & FRANCE BUSINESS ASSOCIA 30.04 TREAT DRAINS, SINKS AND MOPS 00006273 261392 639419 5421.6102 200.00 ART FAIR ADVERTISING 261227 7-639 5842.6122 ADVERTISING OTHER 200.00 ART FAIR ADVERTISING 261227 7-639 5862.6122 ADVERTISING OTHER 102715 ALLEGRA EDINA 400.00 ART FAIR ADVERTISING 261227 7-639 5822.6122 ADVERTISING OTHER 128.25 VOLUNTEER RECEPTION 800.00 86956 1500.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 346872 511212011 EVENT CALENDAR 100613 AAA 87032 5621.6575 PRINTING 20.00 TITLE 261228 050311 1553.6260 LICENSES & PERMITS 346878 20.00 129114 ALLIED FUNDING 346873 511212011 125198 AARSVOLD, KRISTIN 110.00 UTILITY OVERPAYMENT REFUND 261556 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page- 1 Business Unit PSTF RANGE YORK SELLING VERNON SELLING 50TH ST SELLING EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 73.44 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 261632 050611 1600.6107 MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE PARK ADMIN. GENERAL 73.44 346874 5/1212011 124613 ABM JANITORIAL - NORTH CENTRAL 2,695.87 MAY 2011 SERVICES 261352 2455745 1551.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CITY HALL GENERAL YORK SELLING YORK SELLING GRILL CONTINGENCIES EDINBOROUGH ADMINISTRATION UTILITY BALANCE SHEET COMMUNICATIONS 2,695.67 346876 6/1212011 102971 ACE ICE COMPANY 38.00 261467 0814338 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX 35.40 261468 0882656 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX 73.40 346876 5/1212011 100617 ADAM'S PEST CONTROL 30.04 TREAT DRAINS, SINKS AND MOPS 00006273 261392 639419 5421.6102 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 30.04 346877 5/1212011 102715 ALLEGRA EDINA 128.25 VOLUNTEER RECEPTION 261353 86956 1500.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 270.39 EVENT CALENDAR 261559 87032 5621.6575 PRINTING 398.64 346878 611212011 129114 ALLIED FUNDING 110.00 UTILITY OVERPAYMENT REFUND 261556 7128 GLEASON RD 5900.2015 CUSTOMER REFUND 110.00 346879 5/1212011 103357 ALPHA VIDEO & AUDIO INC. 433.82 PROJECTOR RENTAL 261560 ALERTINV13725 2210.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES YORK SELLING YORK SELLING GRILL CONTINGENCIES EDINBOROUGH ADMINISTRATION UTILITY BALANCE SHEET COMMUNICATIONS 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page- 2 Business Unit EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 50TH ST OCCUPANCY YORK OCCUPANCY GRILL VERNON OCCUPANCY FIRE DEPT. GENERAL CITY HALL GENERAL FIRE DEPT. GENERAL GRILL GRILL EDINBOROUGH PARK CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL RICHARDS GOLF COURSE RICHARDS GOLF COURSE 290.00 GOLF CLUB 00006140 261562 105-1 5440.5511 COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP CITY OF EDINA 290.00 R55CKREG LOG20000 346886 5/1212011 102774 ASPEN WASTE SYSTEMS 33.00 Council Check Register 050111 5821.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL 50TH ST OCCUPANCY 33.28 261356 5/6/2011 -5/1212011 RUBBISH REMOVAL Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 261356 050111 433.82 RUBBISH REMOVAL GOLF DOME PROGRAM 82.60 261356 050111 346880 511212011 FIRE DEPT. 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GENERAL CITY HALL GENERAL FIRE DEPT. GENERAL GRILL GRILL EDINBOROUGH PARK CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL RICHARDS GOLF COURSE RICHARDS GOLF COURSE 290.00 GOLF CLUB 00006140 261562 105-1 5440.5511 COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES 290.00 346886 5/1212011 102774 ASPEN WASTE SYSTEMS 33.00 261356 050111 5821.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL 50TH ST OCCUPANCY 33.28 261356 050111 1481.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL YORK FIRE STATION 46.03 261356 050111 5111.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL ART CENTER BLDG /MAINT 66.03 261356 050111 5210.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL GOLF DOME PROGRAM 82.60 261356 050111 1470.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL FIRE DEPT. GENERAL CITY OF EDINA 5/11/2011 8:59:55 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 3 5/6/2011 -5/1212011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 90.08 261356 050111 5841.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL YORK OCCUPANCY 101.98 261356 050111 5861.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL VERNON OCCUPANCY 104.97 261356 050111 1628.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL SENIOR CITIZENS 122.43 261356 050111 1645.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL LITTER REMOVAL 122.53 261356 050111 5430.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL RICHARDS GOLF COURSE 153.35 261356 050111 5511.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL ARENA BLDG /GROUNDS 238.05 261356 050111 1551.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL CITY HALL GENERAL 298.39 261356 050111 1301.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL GENERAL MAINTENANCE 298.40 261356 050111 1552.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL CENT SVC PW BUILDING 326.96 261356 050111 5422.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 363.58 261356 050111 1645.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL LITTER REMOVAL 393.15 261356 050111 1645.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL LITTER REMOVAL 569.39 261356 050111 5420.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL CLUB HOUSE 570.78 261356 050111 5311.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL POOL OPERATION 618.12 261356 050111 5620.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL EDINBOROUGH PARK 208.51 261633 5/2/11 7411.6182 RUBBISH REMOVAL PSTF OCCUPANCY 4,841.61 346887 611212011 102196 BATTERIES PLUS 216.83 BATTERIES 261357 018 - 233429 1400.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 216.83 346888 5/1212011 102449 BATTERY WHOLESALE INC. 277.99 BATTERIES 00006420 261397 8892 5422.6530 REPAIR PARTS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 277.99 346889 511212011 - 125300 BAUMAN, DOUG 92.06 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 261229 050311 5510.6107 MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE ARENA ADMINISTRATION 92.06 346890 511212011 100646 BECKER ARENA PRODUCTS INC. 405.86 ICE PAINT 00008005 261164 00083897 5521.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES ARENA ICE MAINT 346.17 RINK LINE KITS 00008098 261165 00083894 5521.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES ARENA ICE MAINT 752.03 346891 5/12/2011 101355 BELLBOY CORPORATION 57.10 261278 58118400 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 482.68 261279 58123900 5862.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 675.35 261280 58118300 5862.5512 COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 1,376.80 261281 58118000 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 2,591.93 R55CKREG LOG20000 Check # Date Amount 346892 511212011 18.69 7.98 44.87 10.23 23.47 105.24 Supplier / Explanation PO # 100648 BERTELSON OFFICE PRODUCTS NOTEBOOK RECEIPT BOOKS PENS NAMEBADGES OFFICE SUPPLIES 346893 511212011 126209 BISEK, KATIE 51.10 CELL PHONE REIMBURSEMENT 147.90 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 199.00 348894 611212011 122688 BMK SOLUTIONS 25.32 CUSTOM STAMP 25.32 261231 050311 261232 050211 00003565 261634 68289 346895 5/1212011 CITY OF EDINA CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL Council Check Register AMBULANCE SUPPLIES 5/6/2011 - 5/1212011 Doc No Inv No Account No 261358 WO- 687873 -1 1550.6406 261359 WO- 688784 -1 1550.6406 261360 WO- 689625 -1 1550.6406 261361 WO- 690275 -1 1550.6406 261563 WO- 689853 -1 1190.6406 261231 050311 261232 050211 00003565 261634 68289 346895 5/1212011 105367 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC GENERAL SUPPLIES CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL 177.05 AMBULANCE SUPPLIES 00003548 261635 87247564 191.78 AMBULANCE SUPPLIES 00004611 261636 80576375 368.83 346896 511212011 100659 BOYER TRUCK PARTS 35.42 SWITCH ASSEMBLY 00005919 261166 514723 55.58 RELAYS 00005919 261167 514706 363.33 SPRING 00005918 261168 514486 49.42 SEALS, O- RINGS, GASKETS 00005920 261233 514873 269.40 STEP ASSEMBLIES 00005856 261398 511766 33.52 SPRING NUTS 00005856 261399 511766X1 1,042.47 SPRINGS, U -BOLTS 00005922 261400 515255 624.21 DRUMS, VALVE 00005923 261401 515533 179.85 SHOES 00005994 261402 516225 27.14 RINGS, GASKETS, SEALS 00005920 261564 515161 64.13- CREDIT 00005994 261565 516225 3.45- CREDIT 00005920 261566 514873 23.82- CREDIT 00005920 261567 515161 2,588.94 346897 5/1212011 129113 BROOKSIDE I CONDO ASSOC. 60.00 INSPECTION FEE REFUND 261554 050511 60.00 1554.6230 1554.6107 iftfa {�it<'. 1470.6510 1470.6510 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1553.6530 1490.4351 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page - 4 Subledger Account Description Business Unit GENERAL SUPPLIES CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL GENERAL SUPPLIES CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL GENERAL SUPPLIES CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL GENERAL SUPPLIES CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL GENERAL SUPPLIES ASSESSING SERVICE CONTRACTS EQUIPMENT CENT SERV GEN - MIS MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE CENT SERV GEN - MIS OFFICE SUPPLIES FIRE DEPT. GENERAL FIRST AID SUPPLIES FIRE DEPT. GENERAL FIRST AID SUPPLIES FIRE DEPT. GENERAL REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN UNDERGROUND PARK INSPECTION PUBLIC HEALTH 5621.6136 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5410.6122 Subledger Account Description GENERAL SUPPLIES POSTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES DUES4 SUBSCRIPTIONS 5/116011 8:59:55 Page- 5 Business Unit CENTENNIAL LAKES CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION PROFESSIONAL SVC - OTHER EDINBOROUGH ADMINISTRATION COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS -.PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS -'PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO.SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES ADVERTISING OTHER: GOLF ADMINISTRATION 7411.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PSTF OCCUPANCY 5822.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX 268.13 CITY OF EDINA R55CKREG LOG20000 50TH ST SELLING - 346899 5/12/2011 YORK SELLING 103244 BURTIS, ROBERT COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX Council Check Register 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER 150.00 5/6/2011 - 5/12/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No 346898 5/1212011 122074 BUIE, BARB 38.78 PETTY CASH 261230 050211 5630.6406. 44.00 PETTY CASH 261230. 050211 5631.6235 57.35 PETTY CASH 261230 ' 050211 5631.6513 128.00 PETTY CASH :. 261230 050211 5631.6105 5621.6136 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5410.6122 Subledger Account Description GENERAL SUPPLIES POSTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES DUES4 SUBSCRIPTIONS 5/116011 8:59:55 Page- 5 Business Unit CENTENNIAL LAKES CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION PROFESSIONAL SVC - 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24.40 261285 10112 7,018.80 261286 53664 11,646.50 346904 5/1212011 108517 CARVER COUNTY 335.00 OUT OF COUNTY WARRANT 261169 043011 335.00 5621.6136 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5440.5511 5410.6122 Subledger Account Description GENERAL SUPPLIES POSTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES DUES4 SUBSCRIPTIONS 5/116011 8:59:55 Page- 5 Business Unit CENTENNIAL LAKES CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION PROFESSIONAL SVC - OTHER EDINBOROUGH ADMINISTRATION COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS -.PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS -'PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP COST OF GOODS - PRO.SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES ADVERTISING OTHER: GOLF ADMINISTRATION 7411.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PSTF OCCUPANCY 5822.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX 50TH ST SELLING 5822.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER 50TH ST SELLING 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER YORK SELLING 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX YORK SELLING 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER YORK SELLING 1000.2055 DUE TO OTHER GOVERNMENTS GENERAL FUND BALANCE SHEET R55CKREG LOG20000 125.00 CITY OF EDINA 346909 Council Check Register 100687 CITY OF RICHFIELD 5/6/2011 - 5/12/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier/ Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 346905 5112/2011 116683 CAT & FIDDLE BEVERAGE 558.00 261287 89949 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 105693 CITYSPRINT 116.00 261288 89934 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 29.22 674.00 261362 518970 07101.1705.20 346906 511212011 117187 CHEM SYSTEMS LTD 3,554.13 TOWER TREATMENT 00008004 261170 516452 5521.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS 100689 CLAREYS SAFETY EQUIP. 3,554.13 346907 511212011 AIR PAK SERVICE CONTRACT 119725 CHISAGO LAKES DISTRIBUTING CO 138777 1470.6215 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page- 6 Business Unit VERNON SELLING YORK SELLING ARENA ICE MAINT 139.90 261289 444428 5862.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER VERNON SELLING 69.95 261290 444546 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER YORK SELLING 209.85 346908 5/12/2011 100685 CITY OF EDEN PRAIRIE 125.00 EP ENTERTAINMENT 261551 050611 5621.6136 PROFESSIONAL SVC - OTHER EDINBOROUGH ADMINISTRATION STORM LIFT STATION MAINT S101 FRANCE AVE 48TH - SUNNYSIDE FIRE DEPT. GENERAL YORK SELLING PARK ADMIN. 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BAKERY 78.67 BAKERY 261412 367382 5421.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD GRILL 67.59 BAKERY 261413 367675 5421.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD GRILL 91.03 BAKERY 261580 367875 5421.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD GRILL 237.29 346926 5/1212011 129117 DESIGNS BY RED 224.90 ART WORK SOLD 261640 EDINA ART 5101.4413 ART WORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES CENTER 224.90 346927 5112/2011 102831 DEX MEDIA EAST INC. 34.32 110312148 261235 110312148 -4/11 5821.6188 TELEPHONE 50TH ST OCCUPANCY 34.32 110312148 261235 110312148 -4/11 5841.6188 TELEPHONE YORK OCCUPANCY 34.33 110312148 261235 110312148 -4/11 5861.6188 TELEPHONE VERNON OCCUPANCY 102.97 346928 5112/2011 129106 DODGE COUNTY 490.00 OUT OF COUNTY WARRANT 261364 050311 1000.2055 DUE TO OTHER GOVERNMENTS GENERAL FUND BALANCE SHEET 490.00 346929 511212011 100731 DPC INDUSTRIES 3,320.92 CHEMICALS 00001840 261236 82700525 -11 5915.6586 WATER TREATMENT SUPPLIES WATER TREATMENT 3,601.69 CHEMICALS 00001840 261237 8270053411 5915.6586 WATER TREATMENT SUPPLIES WATER TREATMENT 6,922.61 346930 611212011 119716 EASTERN PACIFIC APPAREL INC. 423.38 MERCHANDISE 261581 457044 5440.5511 COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page- 9 Business Unit CENT SVC PW BUILDING CENT SVC PW BUILDING COMMUNICATIONS ART CENTER REVENUES CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE POOL OPERATION EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN FIRE DEPT. GENERAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN POLICE DEPT. GENERAL CITY OF EDINA R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register 5/6/2011 - 5/12/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier/ Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 423.38 346931 5/1212011 124503 EDEN PRAIRIE WINLECTRIC CO. 238.09 MACHINE SCREW ANCHORS 00001963 261414 - 08020900 1552.6406 GENERAL" SUPPLIES 159.98 PARTS 00001944 261415 08007900 1552.6406 GENERAL. 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GENERAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN POLICE DEPT. GENERAL R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Council Check Register Page - 10 5/6/2011 - 5/1212011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 177.00 346940 511212011 100051 FBI -NAA NORTHWEST CHAPTER 50.00 CONFERENCE FEE 261585 050511 1400.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS POLICE DEPT. 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INC., 5,113.98 REPLACE LIGHTS AT FIELD 00001398 261176 11 -4-17 1642.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIELD MAINTENANCE 5,113.98 346952 5/12/2011 129108 HAAG COMPANIES INC. 102.55 BRICK BLADE 00002004 261428 1- 113294 5630.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES' CENTENNIAL LAKES 20.63 TAX ON INV 5382 00001751 261429 4.131172 5939.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES STORM SEWER SPECIAL PROJECTS 1,261.32 SAW, FILTERS, OIL 00001800 261430 3- 103123 5932.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES GENERAL STORM SEWER . 1,384.50 346953 5/1212011 124775 HAMLINE:UNIVERSITY 1,300.00 HSB MN PUBLIC WORKS /SPRING 261674 9671832 -2/11 1260.6104 CONFERENCES &SCHOOLS ENGINEERING GENERAL 1,300.00 346954 511212011 125270. HARTFORD:- PRIORITY ACCOUNTS 5,076.14 PREMIUM 261349 5349395 -3 9900.2033.05 LIFE INSURANCE - 99 PAYROLL CLEARING 49.50 261350 042911 9900.2033.05 LIFE INSURANCE - 99 PAYROLL CLEARING - 6.65 #007739140009 261351 050111 1550.6043 COBRAINSURANCE CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL 5,132.29 346955 5/1212011 122987 HEGYI, TAUNYA 139.35 CONFERENCE EXPENSES 261248 050211 2310.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS E911 R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 5/6/2011 — 5/12/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier/ Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 139.35 346956 511212011 101209 HEIMARK FOODS 263.04 MEAT PATTIES 261593 023142 5421.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD EQUIPMENT RENTAL 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page - 12 Business Unit GRILL FIRE DEPT. GENERAL CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS POLICE DEPT. GENERAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CITY HALL BLDG IMPROVEMENTS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ADAPTIVE RECREATION EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CENT SERV GEN - MIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CHEMICALS CLEANING SUPPLIES DISTRIBUTION EDINBOROUGH PARK EDINBOROUGH PARK 263.04 346957 5/1212011 105436 HENNEPIN COUNTY INFORMATION 1,274.96 RADIO ADMIN FEE 261642 110338017 1470.6151 1,274.96 346958 511212011 100802 HENNEPIN COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER 5,530.00 EMT TRAINING 261594 23813 1400.6104 5,530.00 346959 5/12/2011 100801 HENNEPIN COUNTY TREASURER 16,443.87 INTERIOR MAINTENANCE 261177 1000004387 1628.6103 16,443.87 346960 5112/2011 102460 HENNEPIN COUNTY TREASURER 3,409.50 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT PROCESSING 261178 EDINA #24 1503.6915 3,409.50 346961 5/1212011 115377 HENRICKSEN PSG 6,700.66 FINANCE REMODEL 00004226 261365 470482 44005.6710 6,700.66 346962 5112/2011 121064 HENTGES, CHRIS 380.00 BASKETBALL PROGRAM 261677 050911 1629.6103 380.00 346963 5112/2011 116680 HEWLETT - PACKARD COMPANY 3,784.87 COMPUTERS FOR ADMIN /PK & REC00004328 261366 49365740 1554.6710 3,784.87 346964 511212011 101073 HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGIES INC. 188.14 TRAFFIC CONTROL 00001505 261672 403161 -001 5913.6103 188.14 346965 6112/2011 103753 HILLYARD INC - MINNEAPOLIS 118.52 CLEANERS 00002110 261595 6729039 5620.6545 293.27 MOPS, TOWELS 00002108 261596 6722653 5620.6511 411.79 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page - 12 Business Unit GRILL FIRE DEPT. GENERAL CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS POLICE DEPT. GENERAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CITY HALL BLDG IMPROVEMENTS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ADAPTIVE RECREATION EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CENT SERV GEN - MIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CHEMICALS CLEANING SUPPLIES DISTRIBUTION EDINBOROUGH PARK EDINBOROUGH PARK CITY OF EDINA 5/11/2011 8:59:55 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 13 5/612011 —5/12/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 346966 511212011 104376 HOHENSTEINS INC. 2,234.50 261297 558319 5842.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER YORK SELLING 494.50 261298 557854 5822.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER 50TH ST SELLING 703.50 261299 557683 5862.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER VERNON SELLING 844.00 261472 558404 5862.5514 COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER VERNON SELLING 4,276.50 346967 511212011 100417 HORIZON COMMERCIAL POOL SUPPLY 725.83 POOL CHEMICALS 00002106 261597 11042608 5620.6545 CHEMICALS EDINBOROUGH PARK 725.83 346968 5112/2011 100808 HORWATH, THOMAS 237.66 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 261249 050211 1644.6107 MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE TREES & MAINTENANCE 237.66 346969 5112/2011 129103 HUDDLESON, ARIEL 74.96 UNIFORM PURCHASE 261250 050211 1400.6203 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE POLICE DEPT. 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CITY OF EDINA 572.50 R55CKREG LOG20000 00061852 261441 TI -023377.1 1325.6406 546.09 LETTERING Council Check Register TI- 0233840 1325.6406 5/6/2011 — 5/12/2011 - Check # Date Amount Supplier d Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No " Subledger Account Description 347016 5112/2011 104350 NIKE USA INC. 105066 NATURAL REFLECTIONS LLC 1,713.74 ARROWHEAD LAKE MAINTENANCE 00001427 261264 1429 4086.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES _ 1,670.46 INDIANHEAD LAKE MAINTENANCE 00001428 261265 1428 4086.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES MERCHANDISE 436.93 COMPRESSOR REPAIRS 00001889 .261266 1453 4086.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3,821.13 MERCHANDISE 261610 932981816 _ 347016 511212011 " 100076 NEW FRANCE WINE CO. 1,790.06 po Sn 261312 66176 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 347017 511212011 100922 NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS . 572.50 CONES 00061852 261441 TI -023377.1 1325.6406 546.09 LETTERING 00001945 261442 TI- 0233840 1325.6406 1,118.59 347018 511212011 104350 NIKE USA INC. 345.98 MERCHANDISE 261443 _ 932869858 5440.5511 136.98 MERCHANDISE 261609 932993748 5440.5511 1,307.10 MERCHANDISE 261610 932981816 5440.5511 " 1,790.06 347019 5/12/2011 100933 NORTHWEST GRAPHIC SUPPLY CO: 58.14 WHITE SABLE W/C 00009026 261373 40384202 5120.5510 187.06 POTTERY.TOOL KITS 00009030 261649 40450501 5120.5510 245.20 347020 511212011 105007 .NU- TELECOM 557.72 MAY 2011 SERVICE 261374 80426050 1400.6230 557.72 347021 511212011 123956 OAKS PROPERTIES ' 83.50 UTILITY OVERPAYMENT REFUND 261557 5032 LINCOLN 5900.2015 CIR 83.50 - - 347022 511212011 123956 OAKS PROPERTIES 67.77 UTILITY OVERPAYMENT REFUND 261558 5030 LINCOLN. 5900.2015 CIR 67.77 347023 511212011 100936 OLSEN COMPANIES . 5111/2011 8:59:55 Page - 19 AQUATIC WEEDS AQUATIC WEEDS AQUATIC WEEDS YORK SELLING GENERAL SUPPLIES" STREET NAME SIGNS GENERAL SUPPLIES STREET NAME SIGNS COST OF GOODS - PRO'SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES COST OF GOODS - P.RO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES COST OF GOODS SOLD ART SUPPLY GIFT GALLERY SHOP COST OF GOODS -SOLD ART SUPPLY GIFT GALLERY SHOP SERVICE CONTRACTS EQUIPMENT POLICE DEPT. GENERAL i CUSTOMER REFUND CUSTOMER REFUND UTILITY BALANCE SHEET UTILITY BALANCE SHEET CITY OF EDINA 5/1112011 8:59:55 R55CKREG LOG20000 Council Check Register Page - 20 5/6/2011 -5/1212011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 5.72 LINKS 00005006 261611 637350 1553.6530 REPAIR PARTS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 5.72 347024 511212011 115669 ON CALL SERVICES 2,530.00 PARTS FOR PLAY STRUCTURE 261612 2167 5620.6530 REPAIR PARTS EDINBOROUGH PARK 2,530.00 347025 611212011 101669 ORKIN PEST CONTROL 119.40 PEST CONTROL 261375 64057061 1551.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS CITY HALL GENERAL 119.40 347026 5/12/2011 104895 OVERHEAD DOOR CO. 330.90 GARAGE DOOR REPAIR 261444 69063 5422.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 330.90 347027 5/1212011 100347 PAUSTIS & SONS 451.75 261313 8303604 -IN 5822.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING 931.50 261314 8303597 -IN 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 1,475.02 261315 8303205 -IN 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 2,426.98 261316 8303607 -IN 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 802.51- 261500 8303208 -CM 5842.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 4,482.74 347028 6/1212011 125492 PAYPAL INC. 39.95 VSV0002830598 MONTHLY FEE 261184 11284716 5910.6155 BANK SERVICES CHARGES GENERAL (BILLING) 39.95 347029 511212011 100945 PEPSI -COLA COMPANY 385.33 261185 68740401 4075.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD VANVALKENBURG 455.30 261501 70494783 5842.5515 COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX YORK SELLING 118.05 261502 60826880 5421.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD GRILL 639.22 261650 60826895 5630.5510 COST OF GOODS SOLD CENTENNIAL LAKES 1,597.90 347030 511212011 100948 PERKINS LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS 2,800.00 LEVEL AND GRADE ON COURSE 261445 111 5422.6251 SHARED MAINTENANCE MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS 2,800.00 347031 5/1212011 103512 PETTY CASH 5.90- PETTY CASH 261376 050411 1400.8060 CASH OVER AND UNDER POLICE DEPT. GENERAL 23.50 PETTY CASH 261376 050411 2310.6104 CONFERENCES & SCHOOLS E911 39.05 PETTY CASH 261376 050411 1400.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES POLICE DEPT. GENERAL R55CKREG LOG20000 Check # Date 347032 5112/2011 347033 511212011 347034 611212011 347035 511212011 347036 5/1212011 Amount Supplier/ Explanation 93.96 PETTY CASH - - 143.72 PETTY CASH 271.22 PETTY CASH 565.55 261320 2061757., 100743 PHILLIPS WINE & SPIRITS 805.60 2061536 644.48 261322 474.57 5822.5513 122.24 2064105 402.80 261504 .56- 5822.5513 201.13 2064104 624.10 261506 186.94 5862.5513 2,247.40 2064101 1,751.35 261508 599.03 5862.5513 . 57.12 2064110 809.53 261510 1,032.69 5862.5512 515.96 2064107 333.89 261512 3,357.60 5842.5513 14,165.87 2064106 PO # Doc No 261376 261376 261376 CITY OF EDINA Council Check Register 5/6/2011 - 5/12/2011 Inv No Account No 050411 1400.6106 050411 1400.6107 050411 1400.6104 261317 2061537 5862.5513 261318 2060739 5842.5513 261319 2060746 5842.5513 261320 2061757., 5842.5513 261321 2061536 5822.5513 261322 3457995 5822.5513 261503 2064105 5822.5513 261504 2064103 5822.5513 261505 2064104 5822.5512 261506 2064112 5862.5513 261507 2064101 5862.5513 261508 2064109 5862.5513 261509 2064110 5862.5515 261510 2064111 5862.5512 261511 2064107 5842.5512 261512 2064102 5842.5513 261513 2064106 5842.5513 261514 2064108 5842.5513 100958 PLUNKETT'S PEST CONTROL 46.30 PEST CONTROL 261651 2318860 46.30 101110 POLLY NORMAN PHOTOGRAPHY 200.00 STAFF PORTRAITS 261614 050311 200.00 119620 POMP'S TIRE SERVICE INC. 2,116.13 TIRES 00005690 261186 383770 249.82 TIRE 00005690 261187 382128 2,365.95 100961 POSTMASTER - USPS 300.00 NEWSLETTER POSTAGE _ 261555 050911 300.00 Subledger- Account Description MEETING EXPENSE MILEAGE OR ALLOWANCE CONFERENCES 8 SCHOOLS COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF-GOODS-SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF.GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page- 21 Business Unit POLICE DEPT. GENERAL POLICE DEPT. GENERAL POLICE DEPT. GENERAL VERNON SELLING YORK SELLING YORK SELLING YORK SELLING 50TH ST SELLING 50TH ST SELLING 50TH ST SELLING 50TH ST SELLING 50TH ST SELLING VERNON SELLING VERNON SELLING VERNON SELLING VERNON SELLING VERNON SELLING YORK SELLING YORK SELLING YORK SELLING YORK SELLING 7411.6103 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PSTF OCCUPANCY 2210.6408 PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES COMMUNICATIONS 1553.6583 TIRES & TUBES 1553.6583 TIRES & TUBES 1628.6235 POSTAGE EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN SENIOR CITIZENS R55CKREG LOG20000 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR CITY OF EDINA 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE Council Check Register COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING 5/6/2011 - 5/12/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No 347037 611212011 VERNON SELLING 100964 PRECISION TURF & CHEMICAL 131.46 SEED 00006057 261446 36288 5422.6543 131.46 347038 611212011 101811 PREMIER FLEET SERVICES 999.50 VEHICLE REPAIR 00005974 261377 21322 1553.6180 17,207.49 E -81 REPAIRS 261652 21320 1470.6180 18,206.99 347039 5/1212011 124831 PRESSWRITE PRINTING INC. 104.07 DOOR HANGER WATER NOTICE 00001803 261188 058160 5913.6575 362.65 ACCIDENT FORMS 261189 058205 1400.6576 466.72 347040 611212011 100966 PRINTERS SERVICE INC 54.00 BLADE SHARPENING 00008011 261653 253425 5521.6215 54.00 347041 511212011 101014 PRO MEDW.STREFF MARKETING GRO 387.20 JADE PAPERWEIGHTS 261378 215320 1500.6406 367.20 347042 511212011 106322 PROSOURCE SUPPLY 1,719.55 ROLL TOWELS, LINERS, GLOVES 00002103 261615 5185 5620.6511 713.86 LINERS, TOWELS, WIPES 00002051 261616 5198 5630.6511 476.67 TISSUE, WIPES, SANITIZER 00008007 261654 5192 5511.6511 2,910.08 347043 511212011 100971 QUALITY WINE 447.70 261323 452527 -00 5822.5513 575.72 261324 452376 -00 5822.5512 149.86 261325 452236 -00 5822.5513 127.20 261326 452235 -00 5822.5513 4,788.00 261327 450760 -00 5842.5513 470.80 261328 452233 -00 5842.5513 576.84 261329 452525 -00 5842.5513 2,446.74 261515 452374 -00 5842.5512 630.00 261516 452526 -00 5862.5513 9,795.00 261517 450763 -00 5862.5513 842.93 261518 45223400 5862.5513 2,512.99 261519 452368 -00 5862.5512 Subledger Account Description SOD & BLACK DIRT CONTRACTED REPAIRS CONTRACTED REPAIRS PRINTING PRINTING 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page - 22 Business Unit MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN FIRE DEPT. GENERAL DISTRIBUTION POLICE DEPT. GENERAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE ARENA ICE MAINT GENERAL SUPPLIES CLEANING SUPPLIES CLEANING SUPPLIES CLEANING SUPPLIES CONTINGENCIES EDINBOROUGH PARK CENTENNIAL LAKES ARENA BLDG/GROUNDS COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE 50TH ST SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR YORK SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING COST OF GOODS SOLD LIQUOR VERNON SELLING 9,240.00 347048 511212011 125321 REACH EDUCATION SOLUTIONS 246.00 CITY OF EDINA - 246.00 R55CKREG LOG20000 347049 5/1212011 125936 REINDERS - 462.37 FERTILIZER SPREADER 261449 3008288-00 462.37 • 347050 5/1212011 129116 REYNOLDS, JIM 84.00 SPRINKLER SYSTEM REPAIRS 261656 050611 84.00 Council Check Register 5/6/2011 - 5/12/2011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description 23,363.78 347044 511212011 123898 OWEST 356.00 952 927 =8861 261190 8861 -4/11 1550:6188 TELEPHONE 55.73 952 929 -0297 261191 0297 -4/11 4090.6188 TELEPHONE 40.17 952 922 -9246 261192 9246 -4/11 1400.6188 TELEPHONE 55.95 261,447 01464/11 5911.6188 TELEPHONE 58.65 261447 0146 -4/11 1628.6188 TELEPHONE 114.04 261447 0146 -4/11 5841.6188 TELEPHONE 117.38 261447 <0146 -4111 1470.6188 TELEPHONE 138.45 261447 ` 0146 -4/.11 5821.6188 TELEPHONE 166.13 261447 0146 -4/11 1622.6188 TELEPHONE - 228.53 261447 0146 -4/11 5511.6188 TELEPHONE 235.1)1 261447 -0146-4/11 1646.6188 TELEPHONE 266.68 261447 0146-4/11 5932.6188 TELEPHONE - 2,060.87 261447 0146 -4111 1550.6188 TELEPHONE 3,893.59 347045 5112/2011 117692 R & B CLEANING INC. 2,511.56 RAMP STAIRWELL CLEANING 00001969 261448 925 4090.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES - 2,511.56 347046 511212011 100972..:R&R SPECIALTIES OF WISCONSIN I 15.39 SAFETY STICKERS 00008008 261193 0047506 -IN 5521.6406 GENERAL SUPPLIES 15.39 347047 5/1212011 120036 RAMAKER & ASSOCIATES INC. 9,240.00 STANDING WAVE PROJECT 261655 . 12265, 5300.1715 LAND IMPROVEMENTS 9,240.00 347048 511212011 125321 REACH EDUCATION SOLUTIONS 246.00 COOKING CLASSES 261194 .8995 - 246.00 347049 5/1212011 125936 REINDERS - 462.37 FERTILIZER SPREADER 261449 3008288-00 462.37 • 347050 5/1212011 129116 REYNOLDS, JIM 84.00 SPRINKLER SYSTEM REPAIRS 261656 050611 84.00 5111/2011 8:59:55 Page- 23 Business Unit CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL 50TH &FRANCE MAINTENANCE POLICE DEPT. 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GENERAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN 5/11/2011 8:59:55 Page - 26 Business Unit EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN EQUIPMENT OPERATION GEN COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER 50TH ST SELLING ARTWORK SOLD ART CENTER REVENUES TELEPHONE ENGINEERING GENERAL GENERAL SUPPLIES SUPERVISION & OVERHEAD COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES COST OF GOODS - PRO SHOP PRO SHOP RETAIL SALES EQUIPMENT OPERATION GENERAL SUPPLIES CONTRACTED REPAIRS GENERAL MAINTENANCE MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS POOL OPERATION COST OF GOODS SOLD BEER GRILL COST OF GOODS SOLD MIX VERNON SELLING 1,378.10 CITY OF EDINA R55CKREG LOG20000 347069 6/1212011 120998 SURLY BREWING CO. 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STREET LIGHTING REGULAR STREET LIGHTING ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHTING REGULAR STREET LIGHTING REGULAR - CIVILIAN DEFENSE YORK FIRE STATION FIRE DEPT. GENERAL STREET LIGHTING ORNAMENTAL STREET LIGHTING REGULAR MAINT OF COURSE & GROUNDS TRAFFIC SIGNALS STORM LIFT STATION MAINT SANITARY LIFT. STATION MAINT DISTRIBUTION AQUATIC WEEDS AQUATIC WEEDS 50TH ST OCCUPANCY VERNON OCCUPANCY YORK OCCUPANCY TANKS TOWERS & RESERVOIR ARENA BLDG/GROUNDS CLUB HOUSE CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL CENTRAL SERVICES GENERAL -EDINBOROUGH PARK R55CKREG LOG20000 CITY OF EDINA 5111/2011 6:59:55 Council Check Register Page - 32 5/6/2011 — 5/1212011 Check # Date Amount Supplier / Explanation PO # Doc No Inv No Account No Subledger Account Description Business Unit 347113 611212011 120099 Z WINES USA LLC 189.00 261549 10269 5862.5513 COST OF GOODS SOLD WINE VERNON SELLING 189.00 347114 6/1212011 101089 ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE 488.67 FIRST AID SUPPLIES 00002049 261631 54167127 488.67 347115 5112/2011 101091 ZIEGLER INC 450.00 GENERATOR MAINTENANCE 261388 E6395925 450.00 1,127,708.38 Grand Total 5631.6610 SAFETY EQUIPMENT 1551.6180 CONTRACTED REPAIRS Payment Instrument Totals Check Total 1,127,708.38 Total Payments 1,127,708.38 CENTENNIAL ADMINISTRATION CITY HALL GENERAL 5/11/2011 9:00:47 Page- 1 We confirm to the best of 'our knowledge and belief, that-these claims comply in all materiaf 'respects with the requirements of the City of Edina purchasing poll 'es and procedures datin k F' nce Q ir4ator e Rd- A. J �� CITY OF EDINA R55CKSUM LOG20000 Council Check Summary 5/6/2011 5/1212011 Company Amount 01000 GENERAL FUND 181,095.25 02200 COMMUNICATIONS FUND 1,377.16 02300 POLICE SPECIAL REVENUE 894.85, 04000 WORKING CAPITAL FUND 15,084.60 04200 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND 109,467.24 05100 ART CENTER FUND 7,365.85 05200 GOLF DOME FUND 66.03 05300 AQUATIC CENTER FUND 13,583.14 05400 GOLF COURSE FUND 54,363.33 05500 ICE ARENA FUND 21,028.78 05600 EDINBOROUGH/CENT LAKES FUND 16,322.47 05800 LIQUOR FUND 283,703.82 05900 UTILITY FUND 393,647.58 05930 STORM SEWER FUND 3,013.22 07400 PSTF AGENCY FUND 21,569.42 09900 PAYROLL FUND 5,125.64 Report Totals 1,127;708.38 5/11/2011 9:00:47 Page- 1 We confirm to the best of 'our knowledge and belief, that-these claims comply in all materiaf 'respects with the requirements of the City of Edina purchasing poll 'es and procedures datin k F' nce Q ir4ator e Rd- A. J �� CITY OF EDINA CITY COUNCIL CREDIT CARD PAYMENT REGISTER 3/25/11 - 4/25/11 Card'Holder - Aercharn Account Name Trans Date Amount . Purchase Discription Merchant Name Merchant City. State Code WAYNE HOULE 2011/04/11 WAYNE HOULE 2011/04/15 WAYNE HOULE 2011104/15 WAYNE HOULE 2011/04/19 WAYNE HOULE 2011/04/19 JOHN KEPRIOS 2011/03/26 JOHN KEPRIOS 2011/04/07 JOHN KEPRIOS 2011/04/11 JOHN KEPRIOS 2011/04/13 JOHN KEPRIOS 2011/04/18 JOHN KEPRIOS 2011/04119 JOHN KEPRIOS 2011/04/21 JEFF LONG 2011/03/25 JEFF LONG 2011/03/25 JEFF LONG 2011/03/25. JEFF LONG 2011/03/25 JEFF LONG 2011/04/04 JEFF LONG 2011/04/04 JEFF LONG 2011/04/04 JEFF LONG 2011/04/05 DEB MANGEN 201.1/04/13 SCOTT NEAL 2011/04/15 JOHN WALLIN 2011/03/30 JOHN WALLIN 2011/04/04 JOHN WALLIN 2011/04/04 JOHN WALLIN 2011/04/05 JOHN WALLIN 2011/04/06 JOHN WALLIN 2011/04112 JOHN WALLIN 2011/04/15 JOHN WALLIN 2011/04/17 $203.77 TOOLS SEARS ROEBUCK -.1142 EDEN PRAIRIE MN- 5913.6406 $36.78 PARTS FOR VEH 47.639 ALAMIA OUTDOOR "POWER 303 - 7524652 CO 1553.6503 $52.48 RESURFACE FLY WHEEL HENDRICKS ENGINEERIING,�SAINT LOUI&P MN 1553.6503 . ($63.30) RETURN TOOLS ACME TOOLS #220 ,._PLYMOUTH MN 1301.6406 $1,119.85 TOOLS, HOSE REELS ACME TOOLS #220 PLYMOUTH MN 1301.640.6. $35.61 EQUIPMENT RENTAL PB METER REN *TAL 800- 228 -1071 CT 5621.6235 $100.00 POSTAGE PITNEYBOWES - POSTAGE '800 -468 -8454 CT 5621.6235. $350.00 YOUTH SJUMMER PROGRAM BALLPARK MN TWINS 4 800- 3389467 MN 1624.6406 $397.99 ADAPTIVE REC PROGRAM BRUNSWICK ZONE EDEN P-f EDEN PRAIRIE MN 1629.6406 $570.51 2'X4'X16" FLOAT DOCK ACCENTS 804 - 7767710 VA 5630.6406 $32481 WINDOW,BOX LINERS . PAYPAL *THINK MINT 402- 935 -7733 MN 5630.6406 $70.00 MFMA MEMBERSHIP PAYPAL *MINNESOTAFA _ '402 =935 -7733 CA 5631.6105 $166:88 TO BE REFUNDED PARIS LV ROOM RESERVAT LAS VEGAS_, NV 1400.6104 $500.00 ADOBE SOFTWARE GOOGLE *LITTLESOFTSHOF GOOGLE.COM /l CA 1400.6160 $359.40 CONFERENCE - DRAPER DELTA AIR 0067967983643 ATLANTA GA 2310.6104 $359:40 CONFERENCE -HEGYI DELTA AIR 0067967983644 ATLANTA GA 2310.6104. $389.40 OSSI CONFERENCE - WATERSTR DELTA AIR 0062347527780 LOS ANGELES CA 2310.6104 $409.40 OSSI CONFERENCE- MARTIN DELTA AIR 0062347201029 IOS ANGELES CA 2310.6104 -.$409.40 OSSI CON FERENCE- RODRIGUEd DELTA AIR 0062347201028 -LOS ANGELES CA 2310.6104 $409.40 OSSI CONFERENCE- CANEPA DELTA AIR 0062347.003521 LOS ANGELES. CA 1400.6104 $460.00 CLERKS CONFERENCE ST CLOUD ST UNIVERSITY 320 - 3080121 MN 1180.6104 :$35.98 MEETING EDINA GRILL EDINA MN 1120.6106 $261.48; RETIREMENT- WATCH MACY *S EAST #231 EDINA MN 1513.6103 $186:91 COUNCIL-WORKSHOP PATISSERIE MARGO 952- 9260548 MN 1100.6106 $4,707.23 , NEW VIDEO CAMERA B -& H PHOTO- VIDEO.COM 800- 9479950 NY 2210.6711 $278.00.:, NEW.CAMERA BATTERIES AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS AMZN.COM /BILI WA 2210.6711 $108.11 COMPUTER CABLE MONOPRICE INC '909- 989 -6887 CA 05508.1705.31 $27.10 NEW.CAMERA BATTERIES AMAZON.COM AMZN:COM /BILI WA 2210.6711 $36:00 UPGRADE WORKSTATION SCSI4ME CORPORATION 703 - 942 =6103 VA 1400.6160 $2,694.93 BUSINESS SERVICES -OTHER HP SERVICES 800 - 325 -5372 CA 1554.6710 $15,626.78 We confirm to the best of our knowledge and belief, that these claims comply in all material respects with the requirements of the City of Edina purchasing polis rd proced" d5te I x CITY OF EDINA CITY COUNCIL CREDIT CARD PAYMENT REGISTER 3/25/11 - 4/25/11 Card Holder Aerchani Account Name Trans Date Amount Purchase Discription Merchant Name Merchant City State Code JOHN WALLIN 2011/04/18 $138.73 COUNCIL WORKSHOP PATISSERIE MARGO 952 - 9260548 MN 1000.6106 ROBERT WILSON 2011/03/30 $79.00 REAL ESTATE CONFERENCE LBP "REALESTATECOMMGR 312 - 416 -1860 IL 1190.6104 ROBERT WILSON 2011/04/04 $111.53 BOARD OF APPEAL MEETING PANERA BREAD #1311 SAINT LOUIS P MN 1190.6106 ROBERT WILSON 2011/04/05 $170.00 REAL ESTATE SEMINAR APPRAISAL INSTITUTE 888 - 7564624 IL 1190.6104 ROBERT WILSON 2011/04/06 $130.00 SEMINAR MINNESOTA ASSOC OF ASS 763- 569 -3357 MN 1190.6104 $15,626.78 We confirm to the best of our knowledge and belief, that these claims comply in all material respects with the requirements of the City of Edina purchasing polis rd proced" d5te I x w911j.�, o e H� y REQUEST FOR PURCHASE v .a a. lees TO: Mayor & City Council FROM: John Keprios, Director of Parks and Recreation VIA: Scott Neal, City Manager SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR PURCHASE IN EXCESS OF $20,000 DATE: May 17, 2011 AGENDA ITEM: IV. C. ITEM DESCRIPTION: Golf Course Consulting Services — National Golf Foundation Consulting, Inc. DATE BID OPENED OR QUOTE RECEIVED BID OR QUOTE EXPIRATION DATE NA NA Company Amount of Quote or Bid 1. National Golf Foundation Consulting, Inc. 1. $20,000.00 2. THK Associates, Inc. 2. $16,370.00 3. Golf Convergence, Inc. 3. $23,000.00 4. Sirius Golf Advisors 4. $29,000.00 5. The Golf Consulting Group, LLC 5. $40,000.00 RECOMMENDED QUOTE OR BID: ACCOUNT #: National Golf Foundation Consulting, Inc. 5410.6103 $20,000.00 (includes reimbursable expenses) GENERAL INFORMATION: At their May 10, 2011 monthly meeting, the Edina Park Board voted unanimously to recommend that the Council accept the National Golf Foundation Consulting, Inc.'s proposal to conduct a study of Braemar Golf Course and Fred Richards Golf Course operations. At their April 12, p 2011 monthly meeting, the Edina Park Board approved a Request for Proposal (Attachment A) that was mailed to ten different consulting firms. Five firms responded to the Request for Proposal. On, Monday, May 9, 2011, the Park Board's Golf Course Consulting Services Committee met ith staff (Todd Anderson and John Keprios) to review the five responses. The volunteer Park Board Committee members were Joseph Hulbert, Louise Segreto, Daniel Peterson and Todd Fronek. The Committee unanimously agreed to recommend to the Park Board to accept the proposal submitted by National Golf Foundation Consulting, Inc. The slightly lower priced THK Associates, Inc. proposal was considered; however, the Committee felt that the National Golf Foundation has a proven track record in delivering the type of study being requested. THK Associates strength appears to be working with lending institutions, golf course property owners and potential buyers to determine the marketability of the golf course property. Golf Convergence, Inc. proposed additional services beyond our Request for Proposal for an additional $5,000 as an option for a total of $34,000. Sirius Golf Advisors also offered two additional optional services above beyond their proposed $29,000 fee which included an agronomic study for an additional $6,000 and a customer survey for an additional $2,500. On the Committee's request, staff contacted NGF Consulting and requested they agree to an additional site visit in place of their proposed teleconference meeting. NGF agreed,to the request at no additional charge. Of the four references I contacted, all gave NGF Consulting very positive comments and all would be willing to hire them again. If approved by Council, NGF Consulting, Inc. would be on site beginning Monday, June 13 and would complete their study and present their findings and recommendations in six weeks. Attachment A: Golf Course Request for P 14. 1' • • • • This Recommended bid is �J within budget not wit] Edina Park and Recreation Department April 13, 2011 Attachment A Dear Professional Golf Course Consultant: City of Edina The City of Edina is interested in retaining the services of a qualified professional consultant to study the operations of the City of Edina, Minnesota's municipal golf course enterprise, which includes Braemar Golf Course, Braemar Golf Dome, Driving Range and Fred Richards Golf Course. The City's vision for its municipal golf course enterprise is that it provides the best public golfing experience in the State of Minnesota while generating sufficient revenues to cover at least 100% of its total annual costs. Key Questions The Edina municipal golf enterprise is recognized as one of the best public golfing experiences in the State of Minnesota. What physical improvements, new amenities, service changes and financing options does the City need to consider in order to improve upon its position in the golf marketplace? With annual bond payments of approximately $300,000, the City's golf enterprise revenues have not been sufficient to cover the debt service and all operating expenses. The debt service will retire in the year 2013. What operational or service level changes should the City consider to achieve its vision of the golf enterprise generating at least 100% of its total annual costs including debt service and be able to become self - sustaining? For financial data, the online link to the City of Edina's Auditors Report is: http : / /www.cityofedina.com /PDFs/ 2009% 2OEdina %20CAFR %20for%2Owebsite.pdf The online link to the City of Edina's golf enterprise budget information is (beginning on page 36): http:// www. cityofedina. com/ PDFs /2011_Enterprise_Fund_Budget Detail.pdf Scope of Study The consultant should examine and comment on the following aspects of the City's golf course enterprise: • All facilities and operations of Braemar Golf Course and Driving Range, Fred Richards Golf Course and Braemar Golf Dome • Number of full and part time management and staff positions • Demographic -based market trend forecasts for each area of the enterprise • Future revenue potential for each area of the enterprise • Identify /predict the short-term and long -term future trends of golf (5 -10 years). • Identify other golf course's creative programming that proved to increase play. • Individual profit centers (Food & Beverage, Pro Shop, Driving Range, Carts) City Hall Park and Recreation Department 952- 826 -0367 4801 WEST 50TH STREET FAX 952 - 826 -0385 EDINA, MINNESOTA, 55424 -1394 www.cityofedina.com TTY 952 -826 -0379 it -Page 2 of 3- • Facility Review (condition, functionality, aesthetics, potential /utilization, etc.) • Clubhouse operations • Maintenance practices • Fee structures • Membership (patron card holders) • Access and perceptions of access • Marketing plan and market analysis (compared to other courses in the Twin Cities) • Capital improvement needs • Financial condition • Lease /concession agreements • General operational procedures • Accounting practices and safeguards • Management Structures The consultant's response will include recommendations on the aforementioned topical areas in a format that is responsive to the City's two key questions. The City of Edina is interested in hiring a consultant who is independent, unbiased and without a conflict of interest. Please describe any relationships that the owners, principals or team members may have to the Edina Golf Enterprise or City of Edina and whether they own, operate or have interests in golf courses in this market. EXPERIENCE In your response to this Request for Proposal, please include your firm's previous experience studying golf course operations for the past ten years. CONSULTING TEAM MEMBERS Please include the names of all of your team members who will be involved in the study and a brief background of their qualifications. APPROACH TO THE PROJECT AND PROCESS Please include your proposed approach to this study and what process your firm would use to conduct the study and make recommendations. Please include your proposed timeframe to conduct the study. PROPOSEDFEE Please identify your proposed consulting fee, which we ask to be a fixed amount plus reimbursable expenses. Please identify a not to exceed amount for reimbursable expenses. a -Page 3 of 3- # OF PAGES AND COPIES OF RESPONSE TO PROPOSAL We ask that you please keep your proposals to no more than six pages including your cover letter. We ask that you please submit three copies of your proposal. The City of Edina will copy and distribute any additional copies needed for the review process. DEADLINE Proposals should be received no later than Wednesday, May 4, 20.11. SELECTION PROCESS With assistance from staff, the Edina Park Board will select and recommend a finalist to the City ,Cou;ncil ,fo.r.,final approval. It is yet to be determined -if there will be interviews required of the finalists. The City of Edina reserves the right to select a consulting firm based. .on which `one appears to offer the best value to the City of Edina and not necessarily the lowest bid. Please submit your proposal to: John Keprios, Director Edina Park and Recreation Department 4801 West 501h Street Edina, MN 55424 If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at 952 - 826 -0430 or JKeprios @ci.edina.mn.us. Recfully, pr ohn Director Edina Park and Recreation Department I o, Le , 4 . '1�po REPORPRECOM MEN DATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. IV. D. From: John Keprios, Direc r X41 Park and Recreation De artment ® Action F] Discussion 11 Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Easement Agreement With QWEST Corporation for Highlands Park ACTION REQUESTED: Staff recommends that the City Council approve Qwest Corporation's request for an easement for telecommunication purposes on the north entrance area of Highlands Park within the property described in Exhibit A. IN FORMATION /BACKGROUND: QWEST Corporation is requesting an easement agreement for telecommunication purposes that encompasses approximately 381 square feet of property within Highlands Park as shown in Exhibit A. This purpose of this utility easement is restricted to telecommunication equipment cabinets (limited to 6 feet in height) and related appurtenances such as electric power source and meter. To provide a landscape buffer of the electrical equipment, this agreement calls for QWEST Corporation to plant two trees six feet tall guaranteed for one year. City Attorney Roger Knutson has reviewed the proposed Easement Agreement and has no issues with the language. ATTACHMENTS: • Easement Agreement • Exhibit "A" (property legal description) Date - 4/13/11 RECORDING INFORMATION' ABOVE EASEMENT AGREEMENT The undersigned '( "Grantor ") for and in consideration.of $1.00 and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt ,.of which is hereby acknowledged; does hereby grant and convey unto QWEST CORPORATION, a Colorado corporation ( "Grantee "), whose address is 1801 California St., Suite 5200, Denver, CO 80202, and its successors, assigns, affiliates, lessees, licensees, and agents, a perpetual non- exclusive easement to construct, modify, add to, maintain, and remove such buried telecommunications facilities from time to time with City of Edina approval required, as Grantee may require upon, over, under and across the following described property situated in the County of Hennepin, State of MINNESOTA, which Grantor owns or in which Grantor has an interest ( "Easement Area "), to wit: An easement which is described in its entirety on EXHIBIT "A" which is attached hereto and by this reference made a part hereof, all of which is situated in the Section 29 , Township 117N, Range 21W, of the P.M. Grantor further conveys to Grantee the,right of ingress and egress to and from the Easement Area during all periods of construction, maintenance, installation, reinforcement, repair and removal over and across Grantor's lands with the right to clear and keep cleared all trees and other obstructions as may be. necessary for Grantee's use and enjoyment of the Easement Area. The purpose of the easement is restricted to telecommunication equipment cabinets and related appurtenances such as electric power source and meter. Grantee shall indemnify Grantor for.all damages caused to Grantor as a result of Grantee's negligent exercise of the rights,'arid privileges herein granted. Grantee shall have no responsibility for environmental contamination, which, is either pre- existing or not caused by Grantee. Grantor reserves the right to occupy, use and cultivate the Easement Area for all purposes not inconsistent with the rights herein granted. R/W # Initial Page 1 of 2 Grantor covenants that Grantor is the fee simple owner of the Easement Area or has an interest in the Easement Area. Grantor will warrant and defend title to the Easement Area against all claims. Grantor hereby covenants that no excavation, structure or obstruction will be constructed, or permitted on the Easement Area and no change will be made by grading or otherwise that would adversely affect Grantee's use and enjoyment of the Easement Area. The rights, conditions and provisions of this Agreement shall run with the land and shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon Grantor and Grantee and their respective successors and assigns. Qwest will have 2 -6 foot trees planted and will guarantee for 1 year. Grantee, at the request of the Grantor, shall relocate, remove, replace or reconnect at its own expense its facilities where such relocation, removal, replacement, or reconnection is necessitated by any other project authorized by the Grantor in the Easement Area, regardless of whether the project is temporary or permanent. GRANTOR I CITY OF EDINA GRANTOR CITY OF EDINA Its I City Manager Its. Mayor STATE OF Minnesota ) ss: COUNTY OF ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this _ day of , 2011, by as City Manager and as Mayor, of the CITY OF EDINA, a Minnesota municipal corporation, real property in Hennepin County, Minnesota. [NOTARY SEAL] This Instrument Drafted By: Qwest Corporation 1801 California St., Suite 5100 Denver, CO 80202 R/W No.. Exchange: 1/4 Section: MPLSMNBE Section: 29 Witness my hand and official seal: Notary Public My commission expires: RECORD AND RETURN TO: Ulteig Engineers 5201 East River Road, Suite 308 Minneapolis, MN 55421 Job No.: 12M2GAQ County: Hennepin Township: 117N Range: 21W Page 2 of 2 Bismark • Denver • Detroit Lakes • Fargo • Minneaporl • Skm Fags S2t11 East River Road, suite 3oa _ Mlnneapo6s, Minnesota 55421 Phone:763.5712WO Fax: 763.571.1168 E Web: www.ulteip.00rn EXHIBIT A SHEET 1 OF 2 SHEETS Certificate of Survey for: OWEST CORPORATION Owest Job Number:12M2GA0 0 5 10 Location: City of Edina, Hennepin County, Minnesota See sheet 2 of 2 for legal descriptions 80 O Ir co LU Y Q .J cr O cc cot INTE.RLACHEN ROAD co Legend. • - Denotes Monument Found o - Denotes Monument Set w/ Cap #40035 Ulteig Job Number. 11.00458 Section: 29 Township: 117 Range: 21, 5th P.M. County: Hennepin 1 hereby certify that this survey, plan, or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the Stat of Minnesota. MWuM E. Ca non Lic. No. 40035 Date: 3'/6-11 Bbmark • Denver • Detroit Lakes • Fargo • NGnneapoft • Sioux Fails 5201 East River Road, Suite 308 Minneapolis, Ntinnesota 55421 Phone: 763.571.2500 Fax: 763.571.1168 Web: www.ubo.com EXHIBIT A SHEET 2 OF 2 SHEETS Certificate of Survey for: QWEST CORPORATION Qwest Job Number:12M2GAQ Location: City of Edna, Hennepin County, Minnesota Description of PrODe That part of the West One -half of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (W4 of NW 4 of SE }) of Section Twenty-nine (29). Township One Hundred Seventeen (117), Range Twenty-one (21), described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast corner of the West One -half of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (W of NW 4 of SE 4) of said Section; thence running West along the North line of said Southeast Quarter (SE 4), a distance of Two Hundred (200) feet, more or less, to the East line of Mirror Lake Drive as dedicated in the plat, 'Mirror Lakes in Edina" and as extended across Interiachen Boulevard; thence Southerly along the East fine of said Mirror Lake Drive, a distance of Four Hundred Eighty -three and eighteen hundredths (483.18) feet, more or less, to an intersection of the East line of Mirror Lake Drive and the North line of the park property dedicated in the' Mirror Lakes in Edina" plat; and an extension Southeasterly thereof, a distance of Two Hundred Eighty-eight and ninety-five hundredths (288.95) feet, more or less, to the East fine of the West One -half of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (W 4 of NW 4 of SE 4) of said Section; thence North along the said East line to the point of beginning, (all according to the map or plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the Register of Titles in and for said Hennepin County, Minnesota Description of Easement: An easement for telecommunication purposes over and across the North 38.00 feet of the West 10.00 feet of the herein before described property. Contains 381 square feet, more or less. Ulteig Job Number: 11.00458 Section: 29 Township: 117 Range: 21, 5th P.M. County: Hennepin A, �l Y o V , C� REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item IV. E. From: JAMES B. HOVLAND z Action MAYOR Discussion Information Date: MAY 17, 2011 Subject: Resolution No. 2011 -59 Regional Conference of Mayors Resolution On Transit ACTION REQUESTED Adopt Resolution No. 2011 -59 as presented. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND The Regional Conference of Mayors, consisting of over 45 member communities in the Metropolitan area have developed a resolution urging legislators to make transit funding a priority. They are requesting member cities to adopt the resolution and forward to the appropriate offices. ATTACHMENTS Resolution No. 2011 -59 ZZ3A, RESOLUTION NO. 2011 -59 e w9 REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF MAYORS o e RESOLUTION ON TRANSPORTATION FUNDING City of Edina Whereas, the Regional Council of Mayors ( "RCM "), is composed of the mayors of Minneapolis, St. Paul and approximately 45 municipalities in the developed and developing suburbs. The collaborative partnership provides a non - partisan platform focused on building action strategies to raise overall economic competitiveness, accelerate innovation and improve the quality of life in the MSP region; and Whereas, our present levels of congestion and our unsafe roads hinder our economic prosperity, erode our quality of life, and complicate numerous aspects of living and doing business in Minnesota; and Whereas, one million additional people are expected to move to the MSP metropolitan region in the next two decades, further exacerbating our already unacceptable traffic congestion; and Whereas, solving our region's transportation problem is a complex and long -term challenge that will require various strategies; and Whereas, Minnesota needs to adequately and strategically expand both its transit and road systems with predictable, adequate, and long -term sources of funding; and Whereas, transportation funding must prioritize public transit within a comprehensive, multi - modal, interconnected transportation system that serves the 11- county metro area; and that our planned light rail and commuter rail lines, along with expanded bus service, both regular route and BRT, must be expanded to support the population and businesses in our fast - growing region; and Whereas, courageous and visionary legislative leadership is vital to forging a sustainable, long -term transportation plan for our state and region. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that as elected leaders representing cities in Minnesota's fast - growing 11- county metropolitan region, we hereby declare our belief that transportation has become one of the most vexing problems facing our communities and state. We call upon the leaders in the legislature to create a long -term solution to our transportation needs and, in the short - term, in order to keep our metropolitan area economy vital and flourishing, we call upon the legislature to exercise good judgment and provide adequate funding for Metro Transit as well as all suburban transit providers, namely Minnesota Valley Transit Authority (MVTA), SouthWest Transit, Plymouth Metrolink, Maple Grove Transit, Prior Lakes Laker Line, DARTS and Shakopee Transit, so as not to adversely affect the ability of all of our transit providers, whether urban or suburban, to move workers, students and the thousands of other residents who use those services on a daily basis to get to their jobs, to school or otherwise engage in important economic activity that benefits the region City Hall 952 - 927 -8861 4801 WEST 50TH STREET FAX 952 -826 -0390 EDINA, MINNESOTA, 55424 -1394 www.CityofEdina.com TTY 952 -826 -0379 V Resolution No. 2011 -59 Page Two and the State of Minnesota; to not halt or otherwise defer or delay progress on transit projects, including the Central Corridor and the Southwest LRT; to do nothing legislatively that will impede planning for other rail and bus rapid transit projects presently underway; to be mindful that adequately funding our existing transportation system and having the foresight to continue the commitment to both plan and build out our future transit system is critical to the well -being of our state and we urge the legislature to provide the kind of leadership and stewardship necessary to accomplish those goals. Dated this 17th day of May 2011. Attest: Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk STATE OF MINNESOTA ) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN ) SS CITY OF EDINA ) CERTIFICATE OF CLERK James B. Hovland, Mayor I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina, do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Resolution is a true and correct copy of the Resolution duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of May 17, 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of 20 City Clerk Otte REPORURECOMMEN ®ATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. IV -F From: Steve A. Kirchman Chief Building Official ® Action ❑ Discussion ❑ Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Ordinance No. 2011 -08 Amending Addresses Section 460.03 Regarding Assigning ACTION REQUESTED: Adopt Ordinance amending Edina City Code, Section 460.03 Subd. 14. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: The amendment clarifies the responsibility of the Building Official to assign addresses for buildings and structures on private property and outlines criteria for the address numbers. I haven't been able to determine when the Building Official assumed addressing responsibility, but do have address assignment records dating to 1996. The addressing criteria contain in the proposed ordinance is based on a joint policy established by the Inspections Department and Fire Department in 2003. ATTACHMENTS: Proposed Ordinance No. 2011 -08 Premises Identification Policy # SP-01 3-F ORDINANCE NO. 2011 -08 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 4 OF THE EDINA CITY CODE CONCERNING ADDRESS SIGNS THE CITY OF EDINA ORDAINS: Section 1. Section 460.03, Subd. 14 of the Edina City Code is amended to provide as follows: Subd. 14. Address Signs. A. Address signage shall be required on all buildings and on other structures if required by the Building Official in all districts, and must be clearly visible from the street. Address signs on the first level of all buildings shall not exceed six square feet. For buildings two to four stories in height in nonresidential zoning districts, and nonresidential buildings in the Mixed Development District districts, address signs shall not exceed 20 square feet. For buildings greater than four stories in nonresidential zoning districts and nonresidential buildings in the Mixed Development districts, address signs shall not exceed 40 square feet. Address signs in all other districts shall not exceed six square feet. Address signs shall not be counted for the purpose of determining the maximum allowed sign area for a building. The Building Official shall assign address numbers to buildings and may assign address numbers to other structures. A permit shall be required for address signs in excess of six square feet. B. All new, altered and existinq buildings and other structures, if required by the Buildinq Official, shall comply with the following: 1. General Requirements. a. Numbers or addresses shall be placed on all buildings and other structures, if required by the Building Official in such a position as to be plainly visible and legible from the street or road fronting the property. The numbers shall contrast with their background. Content, size and location of numbers shall be approved by one of the following: Building Official, appointed Building Inspectors or Plan Reviewers, Fire Chief. b. Requirements are for new and existing construction. c. Numbers shall not be in script. d. Administrative authority may require additional numbers if deemed necessary. e. Numbers shall not be obscured. by the Building Department. g. Monument signs with address numbers or address monuments shall be provided when the building address numbers are not visible from the street. (1) Residential address monuments shall have a minimum 4" high address numbers a minimum of 48" above grade. (2) Commercial address monuments shall have a minimum 6" high address numbers a minimum of 48" above grade. 2. Residential Requirements (2 or less dwelling units). a. Minimum height of numbers shall be 4 ". b. Minimum height above finished grade shall be 60 ". c. If a building is not visible from the street, additional numbers are required at the driveway entrance. Size and location must be approved. 3. Commercial Requirements. a. Minimum number height for premises identification shall be 8 ". b. Minimum height above grade shall be 120 ". c. Multi- tenant buildings with individual exterior tenant entrances. (1) The range of address numbers within the building shall be provided on the building in accordance with the General Requirements of this Section and the minimum height of numbers shall be 12 ". (2) Each tenant shall have a separate address number. Minimum height of numbers shall be 6 ". (3) Address numbers shall be on each tenant main entrance and on all back doors. 4. Multi- tenant buildings with interior tenant entrances. a. Individual tenants shall not have individual address numbers on the building exterior. Tenant identification within each building is subject to approval by the Building Official and Fire Chief. b. Address numbers may be located on a directory entry sign, however, additional address numbers are required on the building in accordance with this Section. 5. Malls. Minimum four inch high tenant address numbers with a minimum 5/8" stroke will be required on the front and back of all tenant spaces at entrance /exit doors. The front numbers must be of contrasting color from the background, and as near as possible to the upper right corner of the tenant space. The number at backs of tenant spaces must comply with the General Requirements. be located on the rear doors(s) and be six feet above finished floor. Section 2. This ordinance is effective immediately upon its passage and publication. First Reading: Second Reading: Published: ATTEST: Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk James B. Hovland, Mayor Please publish in the Edina Sun Current on: Send two affidavits of publication. Bill to Edina City Clerk CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Ordinance was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of , 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of , 2011. City Clerk EDINA BUILDING SAFETY POLICY /INFORMATION, Premises Identification 2007 MSFC, 505.1 & MSBC 501.2 & R321.1 subject code reference Fire Department department appwal SP- 013 -F2 3 on 5/10/11 06/23/03 1 of 1 II number revision number effective date a e number 1. All Building Safety sheets adopted by Fire Department and Inspections Department. 2. Sheet numbers with B suffix developed by Inspections Dept. Sheet numbers with F suffix developed by Fire Dept. Purpose: To enable those responding to calls to applicable premises to readily locate each premise without delay or confusion. Scope: All new, altered and existing structures. 1.1. General Requirements I.I.I. Numbers or addresses shall be placed on all structures in such a position as to be plainly visible and legible from the street or road fronting the property. Said numbers shall contrast with their background. Content, size and location of numbers shall be approved by one of the following - Building Official, appointed Building Inspectors or Plan Reviewers, Fire Chief. 1.1.2. Requirements are for new and existing structures. 1.1.3. Numbers shall not be in script. 1.1.4. Administrative authority may require additional numbers if deemed necessary. 1.1.5. Numbers shall not be obscured. 1.1.6. Address numbers shall be installed prior to final approval of the building permit by the Building Department. 1.1.7. In addition to other applicable requirements herein, monument signs with address numbers or address monuments shall be provided when the building address numbers are not visible from the street. 1.1.7.1. Residential address monuments shall have minimum 4" high address numbers a minimum of 48" above grade. 1.1.7.2. Commercial address monuments shall have minimum 6" high address numbers a minimum of 48" above grade. 1.2. Residential Requirements (2 or less dwelling units) 1.2.1. Minimum height of numbers shall be 4 ". 1.2.2. Minimum height above finished grade shall be 60 ". 1.2.3. If a structure is not visible from the street, additional numbers are required at the driveway entrance. Size and location must be approved. 1.3. Commercial Requirements 1.3.1. Minimum number height for premises identification shall be 8 ". 1.3.2. Minimum height above grade shall be 120 ". 1.3.3. Multi -tenant buildings with individual exterior tenant entrances. 1.3.3.1. The range of address numbers within the building shall be provided on the building in accordance with sections 1.1 and shall be a minimum of 12" high. 1.3.3.2. Each tenant shall have a separate address number. Minimum height of numbers shall be 6 ". 1.3.3.3. Address numbers shall be on each tenant main entrance and on all back doors. 1.3.4. Multi -tenant buildings with interior tenant entrances. 1.3.4.1. Individual tenants shall not have individual address numbers on the building exterior. Tenant identification within each building is subject to approval by the Building Official and Fire Chief. 1.3.4.2. Address numbers may be located on a directory entry sign. However, additional address numbers are required on the building in accordance with this policy. 1.3.5. Malls. 1.3.5.1. Minimum 4" high tenant address numbers with a minimum 5/8" stroke will be required on the front and back of all tenant spaces at entrances and exits. The front numbers must be of contrasting color from the background, and as near as possible to the upper right corner of the tenant space. The number at the backs of tenant spaces must comply with Section 1.1, be located on the rear door(s) and be 72" above finished floor. � i 9N� \r� y4o a (� r ee Is REPORT/RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. IV -G From: Steve A. Kirchman Chief Building Official ® Action F-1 Discussion E Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Ordinance No. 2011 -09 Ramps Amending Section 475.03 Regarding Parking ACTION REQUESTED: Adopt Ordinance amending Edina City Code, Section 475.03. Staff requests second reading be waived. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: Parking ramp licenses are required annually in Edina. In order for the ramp to receive a license, a qualified structural engineer selected by the owner and approved by the City must inspect the ramp annually and submit an inspection report to the City certifying the parking ramp's ability to carry code required loads. The timing of license issuance and inspection requirements has presented problems to engineers and ramp owners. To comply with current requirements, inspections of ramps must occur in the winter when, because of weather conditions, it's often difficult to perform adequate inspections. The proposed ordinance attempts to resolve the problem by requiring the license to be obtained earlier in the year and lengthening the permitted time between the license issuance and the ramp inspection. ATTACHMENTS: Proposed ordinance No. 2011 -09 ORDINANCE NO. 2011-09 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 4 OF THE EDINA CITY CODE CONCERNING PARKING RAMPS THE CITY OF EDINA ORDAINS: SECTION 1. Section 475.03 of the Edina City Code is amended to read as follows: 475.03 Application; Fee; Term. Subd. 1 License Application. The application for a license under this Section shall be submitted on forms provided by the Building Official. The application shall be accompanied by the fee in the amount set forth in Section 185 of this Code. Subd. 2 License Procedure and Control. The provisions of Section 160 of this Code shall apply to all licenses required by this Section and the holders of such licenses. Subd. 3 Term. Licenses issued pursuant to this Section shall expire on Februarvh 1 of each year. , 2005. SECTION 2. Section 475.04 of the Edina City Code is amended to read as follows: 475.04 Inspection and Report. No license shall be issued or renewed pursuant to this Section unless the parking ramp has been inspected by a qualified engineer and a report issued therefore which states that the structure is capable of supporting the loads for which it was designed and meets the other requirements of this Section. The inspection shall be performed annually not more than 15060 days prior to the application for a new license or the renewal of a license. Subd. 1 Manner of Inspection. All annual inspections shall be conducted on -site by the qualified engineer who shall perform such tests as deemed all by the qualified engineer including destructive or equivalent tests and non - destructive tests to determine the structural condition of the parking ramp. Subd. 2 Report. The application for a license and each renewal pursuant to this Section shall be accompanied by a copy of the report prepared by the qualified engineer. The report shall contain the qualified engineer's findings as determined by the inspection pursuant to Subd. 1 of this Subsection. The report shall state (i) whether any structural repairs are required, and shall indicate whether the structure is capable of supporting the loads for which it was designed, (ii) the date or dates of the on -site inspection and describe any test performed in connection with the inspection, (iii) any recommendations issued to the owner of the parking ramp. The report shall be signed by the qualified engineer and shall include a statement of professional qualifications, shall be addressed to the City, and shall be certified by the signing engineer as being true, accurate and complete. The report also shall include evidence of the existence of the professional liability insurance required by this Section. SECTION 3. This ordinance is effective immediately upon its passage and publication. First Reading: Second Reading: Published: ATTEST: Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk James B. Hovland, Mayor Please publish in the Edina Sun Current on: Send two affidavits of publication. Bill to Edina City Clerk 11 1 CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Ordinance was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of , 20_, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of 520. City Clerk 491�A,1� Ok e o v, fNC��� 1968 REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. IV.H. From: John Wallin Finance Director ® Action Discussion Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Resolution No. 2011 -62 Initiating Termination of Water Service ACTION REQUESTED: Adopt Resolution No. 2011 -62 INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: At the May 3, 2011 City Council meeting, the Council voted for the City Manager to initiate termination of water service to the property at 7075 Amundson Ave. The attached resolution was drafted by the City's Attorney to take the first step in this process. If the Council adopts the resolution to terminate water service, city staff will send a disconnect notice to the customer notifying them that water service will be discontinued if the past -due amount is not received by 30 days after the notice is sent. RESOLUTION NO. 2011-62 RESOLUTION INITIATING TERMINATION OF WATER SERVICE Whereas, as of May 11, 2011 the property at 7075 Amundson Ave. in Edina (the "Subject Property') has $297,897.77 in delinquent City water bills, including amounts previously certified to taxes, and has an additional current billing of $33,595.11; and Whereas, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes § 444.075, Subd 3e the City has certified unpaid charges to the County Auditor with taxes against the Subject Property for collection as other taxes are collected in 2009, 2010 and has adopted Resolution 2011 -54 authorizing the certification in 2011; and Whereas, Edina City Code § 100.05 provides that City staff shall seek specific authority from the City Council to initiate the termination of water service. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, as follows: City staff is authorized to initiate the termination of water service to the Subject Property. Passed and adopted by the City Council on May 17, 2011. ATTEST: City Clerk Mayor STATE OF MINNESOTA ) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN ) SS CITY OF EDINA ) CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Resolution was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of May 17, 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of 02011. City Clerk E�LMTA% W REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No: IV.I From: Boyd Tate Traffic Safety Coordinator ® Action Discussion El Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Traffic Safety Committee Report of May 4, 2011. ACTION REQUESTED: Review and approve Traffic Safety Staff Review of Wednesday May 4, 2011. BACKGROUND: SECTION B -1 It is anticipated that at least one resident from the 5400 block of Londonderry Road will address the Council regarding the request for stop signs. ATTACHMENTS: Traffic Safety Review for May 4, 2011. TRAFFIC SAFETY STAFF REVIEW Wednesday, May 4, 2011 The staff review of traffic safety matters occurred on May 4, 2011. Staff present included the City Engineer, Assistant City Engineer, City Planner, Police Traffic Supervisor and Traffic Safety Coordinator. From that review, the recommendations below are provided. On each of the items, persons involved have been contacted and the staff recommendation has been discussed with them. They were also informed that if they disagree with the recommendation or have additional facts to present, they can be included on the May 17, 2011, Council Agenda. SECTION A: Requests on which staff recommends approval of request: 1. Request from a resident for the City to do something about the vehicle/ pedestrian congestion that is caused by parents and school busses dropping off and picking up children at the Golden Years Montessori School located on the north east corner of Grimes Avenue and West 42 "d Street (4 100 West 42 "d Street). This request comes from a resident who travels West 42 "d Street on a daily basis who is concerned when parents park on the south side of West 42 "d Street, in front of the school, and let their kids cross the street mid - block. Requestor states that she has had some near accidents with cars opening their doors without looking and with kids running out in front of her. Staff has had conversation with officials at the Golden Years School over the past several years. The Schools policy is to have parents line up on the north side of West 42 "d Street and drop off their kids to a staff member who then walks them into the school. The principal of the school states that she sends out letters to parents on a regular basis asking them to not drop off their children on the south side of the street. The requestor states that the problem increased this past winter with the narrowing of the street due to snow. Vehicles parked on both sides of the street made it virtually impossible for through traffic to pass. Traffic Safety Staff Review Page 1 of 4 May 4, 2011 The Golden Years Montessori School follows the same calendar year as the Edina Public Schools. Their morning drop -off is between 8:45 -9:00 am. The half -day classes drop -off at 11:45 - 12:00. Afternoon pick -up is between 2:45 -3:00. Staff from the Engineering Department along with the Edina Police Department has observed the drop -off process on several occasions. Some parents do park and wait for their kids on the south side of the street to avoid the long line of vehicles that stacks up along the north side. These vehicles can be backed up for over a block (past Alden Avenue). Children cross the street at non - intersection locations from these cars. Staff feels that restricted parking during school hours, along the south side of West 42nd Street, between Grimes Avenue and Alden Drive, would alleviate this problem. Staff recommends approval of installing signs that read "No Parking /Standing/Waitine/Stopping Mon.-Fri. 8:00 am — 4:00 pm" on the south side of West 42 nd Street between Grimes Avenue and Alden Avenue. SECTION B: Requests on which staff recommends denial of request: Request to install stop signs at Parkwood Road and Londonderry Road (north leg) making this intersection an all -way stop. Request to install a stop sign on Parkwood Road and Londonderry Road (south leg) to stop east bound Parkwood traffic. This request comes from two residents in the neighborhood who are concerned about the safety of vehicles and pedestrians in this area. As a result of this request, a week long traffic study was conducted at six different locations in the Londonderry/Parkwood/Stauder neighborhood. Staff has also observed traffic is this area on numerous occasions at peek driving times. The results of this vehicle data collection can be found in Exhibit A and the following list: a) Londonderry Road south of Stauder Circle Mon. -Fri. ADT = 413 85'-percentile speed = 30.1 b) Stauder Circle east of Londonderry Road Mon. -Fri. ADT = 354 85th-percentile speed = 26.0 c) Londonderry Road at 5409 Mon. -Fri. ADT = 216 85h-percentile speed = 29.6 Traffic Safety Staff Review Page 2 of 4 May 4, 2011 d) Parkwood Road east of Londonderry Road Mon. -Fri. ADT = 615 85`"- percentile speed = 31.6 e) Stauder Circle at 5408 Mon. -Fri. ADT = 55 85th- percentile speed = 30.4 f) Parkwood Road at 6608 Mon. -Fri. ADT = 409 85th- percentile speed = 29.5 There has been one reported vehicle accident at the intersection of Londondery Road and Parkwood Road between 2001 -2011. The vehicle counts, vehicle speeds and accident rates are well below the criteria set forth in the City's Stop Sign Policies, therefore; Staff recommends the denial of the request for stop signs at the above locations for lack of warrants. Staff will consider revising the roadway geometries in conjunction with the anticipated neighborhood street reconstruction in 2020. SECTION C: Requests that are deferred to a later date or referred to others. 1. Request for an all -way (4 -way) stop at the intersection of Tifton Drive and Everett Place. Traffic counts will be conducted. 2. Request for an all -way (currently 2 -way) stop at the intersection of West 60th Street and Kellogg Ave. Traffic counts will be conducted. SECTION D: Other traffic safety issues handled. 1. Request from a resident to do something about the road surface on West 54th Street between France and Wooddale Avenue. Referred to Public Works Department. 2. Concerns from three residents about the additional traffic volume on their streets due to the closing of West 70th Street. Traffic studies are being conducted in these areas. 3. Questions from a business on the 4900 block of France Avenue regarding the street construction that's going on. Referred to Hennepin County. Traffic Safety Staff Review Page 3 of 4 May 4, 2011 4. A question from Edina Police Department about when the restricted parking signs were installed around Country Side School. These signs have been up for many years and were last changed out in 1994. 5. Call from a resident about the road surface on Merilane. Referred to Public Works Department. 6. A request from a blind resident on York Avenue to have the traffic signal at York Avenue and Hazelton Road converted into a "Talking Signal." Referred to Hennepin County. 7. Question from a resident on Habitat Court regarding the additional traffic that will be added to Lincoln Drive when the Bren/Londonderry Road Bridge is reconstructed. Referred to MDOT. 8. Complaint from a resident on the 4200 block of West 44th Street regarding the poor road surface in the alley behind her home. Referred this concern to Public Works Department. 9. Concerns from a resident about the timing of the traffic signal at 50th & France Ave regarding the east bound traffic. Referred this concern to the City of Minneapolis. 10. Request from a resident asking for traffic counts on Gleason Road between Valley View Road and Dewey Hill road. Staff gave the most recent count. 11. Call from a landlord with rental property at 44th & France Ave wanting to know the traffic counts on West 44th Street and France Avenue. Staff gave the current counts. Traffic Safety Staff Review Page 4 of 4 May 4, 2011 La• OL Ira 216 •' � - -�' _ AL h , �r � - ! i „�; - � 29.6 •,Lf�. ,,, -�r ��, � �, - 55 ��� 615 l` A 30.4 {+ ' W; 31.6 4 It>, Y: ', 't •, - i � �; � - �� \ -rte c� ,.:7 r ��- � ., 354 ���;'t•,�, ''� �' `"�_ 409 29 5 eI ' r •.,� i>PARKW0 ��'R UDER(CI ' �STAR�- .-61211 . 1,� 1L y� 1 I w 413 ~ ��- . � �•� zr� 30.1 .k_ r }, I1f {j,'� b _ �.I ��.• y �.�y I a -^�' r Ja j %Z1 0 ,_4 t f� ,r. i42J 'Y' •s 17 7:—" 1— T---- n_�___1 � - - -i K -� � I � � •�' f..clJ _ �:t' + x.•� -� �1G�lf , :j A f�� �' -- --fig �i *— - --_�i� ���; 1Ji _ r r�1�?s+ .l. ,It',�� ; �� �i`, •'l� A 1� �,•'�, F�1:•7�5 il�����`�` 4 I � , I r II r 1• �1�3 I ,•(k , �j� �I. Stauder Cir Traffic Counts - 9tN��r I �y xXX Average Daily Traffic Volume W +E Jy Q XXX Speed " g 5% /,k-P • • Enginee NDepi May, X111 of11 Afnl� iqu REQUEST FOR PURCHASE IN EXCESS OF $20,000 /CHANGE ORDER To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item No. IV. J. From: Wayne D. Houle, PE Director of Public Works / City Engineer Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Request to Purchase: Asphalt and Concrete Crushing — Public Works Date Bid Opened or Quote Received: Bid or Quote Expiration Date: April 15, 2011 June 15, 2011 Company Amount of Quote or Bid 1. Intex Corporation $ 3.16 per ton 2. Semple Recycling & Crushing $ 3.70 per ton 3. Hanson Recycling $ No bid RECOMMENDED QUOTE OR BID: Intex Corporation $ 3.16 per ton GENERAL INFORMATION: This purchase is for the crushing and recycling of our concrete and blacktop material as generated by Public Works, Utilities, and Park Maintenance Departments. Staff is working with the contractor for the TH169 /1494 interchange project to possibly sell this material for that project. Otherwise the material will be used in City construction projects to help reduce the cost of the projects. This "green" recycling process has occurred for the last 10 to 12 years. Three bids were received for this work; the third bid being a "no bid" due to the small size of the project. The bids are calculated on not exceeding 12,000 tons of material and the work to be completed in July. This purchase will be funded by the general Public Works, Utilities, and Parks budget. Staff recommends awarding this to Intex Corporation. Signature The Recommended Bid is within budget not within budget Public Works De _ rtment / John Wallin, Finance Director co e a YCftV Manage G:\ Engineering \Administration \CORRPW \RFP - Services \Item IV. J. Request to Purchase Asphalt and Concrete Crushing Public Works.docx MIN 0 49) uj REQUEST FOR PURCHASE IN EXCESS OF $20,000 /CHANGE ORDER To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item No. IV. K. From: Wayne D. Houle, PE Director of Public Works / City Engineer Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Request to Purchase: Truck Cab and Chassis - Public Works Date Bid Opened or Quote Received: Bid or Quote Expiration Date: April 20, 2011 NA Company Amount of Quote or Bid 1. Astleford International Trucks State Contract No. 443428 $ 71,613.10 RECOMMENDED QUOTE OR BID: Astleford International Trucks $ 71,613.10 GENERAL INFORMATION: This is the purchase of a truck cab and chassis to be used for a Hook Truck System within the Public Works Department. A "Hook Truck" system is where the trucks have a steel hook mounted to a hydraulic cylinder that allows the truck to interchange bodies such as snow and ice control truck, dump truck, patch truck, water tanker truck, and roll -off dumpsters. Item Nos. IV. K, L, & M are tied together to make up this system. This will be the fourth Hook Truck in our fleet; the first being purchased in 2005, which has proven to be very efficient. This unit will replace the 1996 Ford single axle snowplow - Unit #25.310, which will be sold at auction. This purchase is through the State of Minnesota Purchasing Program and is funded through the Public Works equipment replacement fund. Signature The Recommended Bid is X within budget not within bu Public Works 11 Johfi'Wallin, Finance )Director City Man G: \Engineering \Administration \CORRPW \RFP - Services \Item IV. K. Request to Purchase Truck Cab and Chassis Public Works.docx ZIN // REQUEST FOR PURCHASE IN EXCESS OF $20,000 /CHANGE ORDER To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item No. IV. L. From: Wayne D. Houle, PE Director of Public Works / City Engineer Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Request to Purchase: Snow Plow Equipment for Truck - Public Works Date Bid Opened or Quote Received: Bid or Quote Expiration Date: April 20, 2011 NA Company Amount of Quote or Bid 1. Towmaster State Contract No. 444042 $ 102,093.41 RECOMMENDED QUOTE OR BID: Towmaster $ 102,093.41 GENERAL INFORMATION: This is the purchase of a snow plow system to be utilized on the "Hook Truck" that is being purchased in Item IV. K. The purchase includes the dump box, snow plows and accessories such as sanders. This purchase is through the State of Minnesota Purchasing Program and is funded through the Public Works equipment replacement fund. Signature The Recommended Bid is J within budget not wi Public Works De artment o _ thin bud et hn Wallin, Finance ' ector ott I, Ci y ffiraVr G:\ Engineering \Administration \CORRPW \RFP - Plows \Item IV. L. Request to Purchase Snow Plow Equipment for Truck Public Works.docx (k O REQUEST FOR PURCHASE IN EXCESS OF $20,000 /CHANGE ORDER To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item No. IV. M. From: Wayne D. Houle, PE Director of Public Works / City Engineer Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Request to Purchase: Hook Lift Assembly for Truck - Public Works Date Bid Opened or Quote Received: Bid or Quote Expiration Date: April 20, 2011 NA Company Amount of Quote or Bid 1. Crysteel Truck Equipment State Contract No. 444030 $ 14,407.34 RECOMMENDED QUOTE OR BID: Crysteel Truck Equipment $14,407.34 GENERAL INFORMATION: This is the purchase of a hook lift system for the "Hook Truck" that is being purchased in Item IV. K. This purchase is through the State of Minnesota Purchasing Program and is funded through the Public Works equipment replacement fund. Signature The Recommended Bid is X, within budget not within bu Public Works Department Wallin, Finance irector l' S&9ft Neal, City Manager G:\ Engineering \Administration \CORRPW \RFP - Trucks \Item IV. M. Request to Purchose,Hook Lift Assembly for Truck Public Works.docx ON V _ •l \!L �• e• REQUEST FOR PURCHASE IN EXCESS OF $20,000 /CHANGE ORDER To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item No. JV. N. From: Wayne D. Houle, PE Director of Public Works / City Engineer Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Request to Purchase: Contract No. ENG 10 -9 — France Avenue Sidewalk Date Bid Opened or Quote Received: Bid or Quote Expiration Date: May 10, 2011 July 10, 2011 Company Amount of Quote or Bid 1. G.L. Contracting, Inc. $ 258,282.90 2. Urban Companies, LLC $ 265,396.50 3. Thomas & Sons Construction, Inc. $ 273,815.36 RECOMMENDED QUOTE OR BID: G.L. Contracting, Inc. $ 258,282.90 GENERAL INFORMATION: This project is for the construction of a sidewalk along France Avenue from West 48th Street to 1500 feet north or approximately West 45th Street. This project was ordered by the City Council in 2009. The project design took longer than anticipated due to easement acquisitions and working through Hennepin County and Xcel Energy. The 2011 -2015 Capital Improvement Program appropriated $300,000 for this project, which will be funded through the Municipal State Aid Fund. Staff recommends awarding this project to G.L. Contracting, Inc. 41 Signature The Recommended Bid is X— within budget not wi Engineering Department thin budget Jo n Wallin, Finance irector Scott OeAf, btyqf&Jeer G: \Engineering \Contrac1 Numbers \2010 \ENG 10-9 France Ave Sidewalk -48th to Sunnyside \ADMIN \MISC \Item IV. N. Request to Purchase Contract No. ENG 10 9 France Avenue Sidewalk.docx of Vu �ro1888 �i REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No: IV. O. From: Wayne Houle, PE 9 ® Action Public Works Director/ ❑ Discussion City Engineer Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Request to Purchase: Contract No. PW 11 -1 New Water Treatment Plant No. 6 (Continue until June 7) ACTION REQUESTED: Staff is recommending that the award of bid for Contract No. PW 11 -1 for the Water Treatment Plant No. 6 be continued until June 7. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: Water Treatment Plant No. 6 is proposed to be constructed in the very lower level of the Jerry's Parking Ramp. The Jerry's Parking Ramp is owned by the City of Edina. However there is an agreement that gives Jerry's Enterprises use of the upper two levels of the parking ramp. During the review of this agreement, Campbell Knutson discovered that the agreement is silent as to the. use of the very lower level of the parking ramp. A draft amendment to the agreement has been sent to Jerry's Enterprises, which they agree with the change. Jerry's Enterprises mortgage holder now needs to approve the change, which we expect to happen by June 7. Our City Attorney recommends that we do not award the contract for this water treatment plant until all parties agree with the amendment. The bid document for this project allows the City to continue the award of bid for 120 days from the May 10 bid opening. Six bids were submitted with the low bid of $5,668,800; the Capital Improvement Program appropriated $6,500,000 for this project. G: \Engineering \Contract Numbers\2011 \PW 11 -1 Water Treatment Plant No. 6 \ADMIN \MISC \Item IV. O. Request to Purchase Contract No. PW III New Water Treatement Plant No 6 Continued until June 7.docx REPORURECOMMEN DATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. IV.P. From: Cary Teague Planning Director ® Action Discussion Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Easement Agreement 5000 Kelsey Terrace and 5001 Park Terrace Deadline for a City Decision: No Deadline ACTION REQUESTED: Approve the attached Encroachment Agreement, as drafted by the city attorney. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: The property owner, Dr. Soma Shekhar of 5000 Kelsey Terrace and 5001 Park Terrace, is requesting approval of an Encroachment Agreement to construct a swimming pool, accessory structures, fence and landscaping within an existing drainage and utility easement. Mr. Shekhar owns the vacant lot to the west (5001 Park Terrace). He would like to put in a swimming pool in his rear yard over the lot line and drainage and utility easement that runs along the common lot line. (See attached Plat.) There are no utilities located within the easement. The city engineer has reviewed the proposal and the Encroachment Agreement, and found them to be acceptable. The city engineer has requested that the drainage and utility easement remain in place in the event that the pool is removed and a single - family home built at 5001 Park Terrace in the future. ATTACHMENTS: Encroachment Agreement Aerial Maps Parkwood Knolls 24th Addition Plat City of Edina �.� Legend Nauss HumYer Latefs Street Name Labels Ciq Limrb ' +i 0 Lake W.- LaK- _ ,�. � . / .,• Parks � Parsris t _ 29D3 IYrrial Phsto Ir f.. J �S .1 a 54" SOS) r! - I X12 SOH t •iO1O " 5035 ' lj .r :.�.� ,f Nip �:.c cam. r•: �c:._ms .�x i o t m 4 A, ter PID: 3011721310048 5000 Kelsey Ter. p tiq �. Edina, MN 55436 PARKWOOD KN N A 43'30'28" GRAPHIC SCALE L = 97.37 scA1s w T111R x. LINE ­T 1 R . 144.$6 IM. 1MQL$ 284D. FOR THE PURPOSES Qi THIS PLAT THE NORTH UNE ?A._ K "86-28 >.T E 1N: poi OF DUTLOT A, PARKWDOD KNOLLS 22ND, IS C 107.15 _ L . 109.77 ' - -'.. ASSUMED TO HAVE A BEARING OF NORTH 87 F. ° OEOREES 51 MINUTES 16 SECONDS EAST. 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J��6 M06bt'11'.:: _ -L o -1 5 1; 7XL°1410 .�' "J!d"VV""" 1M• ce- NQ5b8.11, �60.00''M L -)I.tf �'X2Cls'W'M �f J EGAN, FIB'" & NOWAX IP 'EYORS at 2 OF 2 SHEETS l i ENCROACHMENT AGREEMENT AGREEMENT made this day of May, 2011, by and between the CITY OF EDINAi a Minnesota municipal corporation ( "City "), and SOMA SHEKHAR and CHANDRA SHEKHAR, husband and wife ("Owners"). ' 1. BACKGROUND. Owners are the fee owner of two abutting lots: Lot 1S, Block 2, Parkwood Knolls 24h Addition with a street address of 5000 Kelsey Terrace, and Lot 17 Block 2, Parkwood Knolls 240' Addition with a street address of 5001 Park Terrace, both lots being in the City of Edina, County of Hennepin, and State of Minnesota (hereinafter collectively the two lots . will be referred to as the "Subject Property"). There is a ten foot wide public drainage and utility easement over the common lot line of the Subject Property (hereinafter "City Easement "). Owners want to construct a swimming pool and accessory structures including a pool house /gazebo, patio, arbor, fence and landscaping on the Subject Property which would encroach. on the City Easement (the "Encroachment'). 2. ENCROACHMENT AUTHORIZATION. The City hereby approves the Encroachment on the City Easement., 3. HOLD HARMLESS AND INDEMNITY. In consideration of being allowed to encroach , in the City Easement, Owners, their successors, heirs and assigns, hereby agree to 15749101 1 RNK:OS /04/2011 indemnify and hold the City harmless from any damage caused to the Subject Property caused in whole or in part by the encroachment onto the City Easement. 4. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT. The City may, at its sole discretion, terminate this Agreement at any time by giving the owner of the Subject Property thirty (30) days advance written notice if (1) both lots that constitute the Subject Property are not under common ownership, or (2) the swimming pool is removed. If this Agreement is terminated the Owners shall, at their own expense, remove the Encroachment. If the Owners fail to remove the Encroachment upon notice by the City, the City may do so and the Owners agree to promptly reimburse the City for any costs the City incurs. 5. RECORDING. This Agreement shall run with the land and shall be recorded against the title to the Subject Property. 6. BINDING AFFECT. This Agreement is binding upon the parties, their successors and assigns. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Agreement was executed by the parties the day and year first above written. 15749101 2 RNK:05 /04/2011 157491v01 RNK:05 /04/2011 3 PROPERTY OWNER: SOMA SHEKHAR CHANDRA SHEKHAR STATE OF MINNESOTA ) ( ss. COUNTY OF ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of , 2011, by SOMA SHEKHAR and CHANDRA SHEKHAR, husband and wife. 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A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, emergency medical services is a vital public service; and WHEREAS, emergency medical services teams of the Edina Fire and Police Departments are ready to provide lifesaving care to those in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week; and WHEREAS, access to quality emergency care dramatically improves the survival rate and recovery rate of those who experience sudden illness or injury; and WHEREAS, the emergency medical services system consist of emergency physicians, emergency nurses, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, firefighters, educators, administrators, and others; and WHEREAS, emergency medical services providers have traditionally severed as the safety net of America's health care system; and WHEREAS, emergency medical services responders of the Edina Fire and Police departments engage in thousands of hours of specialized training and continuing education to enhance their lifesaving skills: and WHEREAS, the citizens of the City of Edina benefit daily from the knowledge and skills of these highly trained individuals; and WHEREAS, injury prevention and the appropriate use of the Emergency Medical Services System will help reduce health care cost; and WHEREAS, it is appropriate to recognize the value and the accomplishments of the Edina Police and Edina Fire emergency medical personnel who serve to protect us; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that we, the City of Edina City Council, do hereby proclaim the week of May 15 -21, 2011 as "Emergency Medical Services Week" In the City of Edina in honor and recognition of the valuable contributions made by the Edina Emergency Medical Service Providers to the health and well -being of our citizens. 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INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: GreenWood Design Build, LLC is requesting a rezoning from R -2, Double- Dwelling Unit District to R -1, Single- Dwelling Unit District for the purpose of building a new single family home at 5213 Malibu Drive. The applicant is requesting a Preliminary and Final Rezoning. Planninq Commission Recommendation: On April 27, 2011, the Planning Commission recommended approval of the Rezoning subject to the findings and conditions set forth in the staff report dated April 27, 2011. Additionally, the Planning Commission added findings that the existing utilities located along the side lot lines make this property unique compared to similarly zoned properties, and make it difficult for a two- family dwelling to be built. There are also single - family homes to the east. The Planning Commission considered the possibility of an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance to allow single - family homes in the R -2 District. However, they concluded that it may reduce the number of affordable housing units in the City. If single - family homes were allowed in that zoning district, affordable duplexes may be torn down and large single - family homes built. The Commission will consider the issue further as part of their work on amendment the Zoning Ordinance. ATTACHMENTS: • Resolution 2011 -62 • Ordinance No. 850 -A -36 • Planning Commission Staff Report, April 27, 2011 • Draft minutes from the April 27, 2011 Edina Planning Commission meeting RESOLUTION NO. 2011-62 RESOLUTION APPROVING PRELIMINARY & FINAL REZONING FOR 5213 MALIBU DRIVE FROM R -2 TO R -1 BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, as follows: City Of Edina Section 1. BACKGROUND. 1.01 Greenwood Design Build, LLC is requesting a rezoning of 5213 Malibu Drive from R -2, Double - Dwelling District to R -1, Single- Dwelling District for the purpose of building a single - family home. 1.02 The property is legally described as follows: Lot 2, Block 1 Parkwood Knolls Cougar Addition, Hennepin County, Minnesota. 1.03 The existing property is vacant and contains the following utility lines: a water main, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer 1.04 On April 27, 2011 the Planning Commission recommended approval of the Preliminary & Final Rezoning. Vote: 5 Ayes and 2 Nays. Section 2. FINDINGS Approval is subject to the following findings: 1. The proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. 2. The City of Edina approved a similar rezoning request at 4950 and 4970 Malibu Drive in 1991. 3. The subject property is unique compared to other R -2 properties because of the existing storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main that run through the lot, limiting the buildable area for a double - dwelling unit. 4. There are R -1 properties with single - family homes adjacent to the east. Section 3. APPROVAL NOW THEREFORE, it is hereby resolved by the City Council of the City of Edina, approves the Preliminary & Final Rezoning at 5213 Malibu Drive. Approval is subject to the following Conditions: 1. The new single- family home must meet all minimum setback and height requirements, and not encroach within the future drainage and utility easement areas. City Hall 952- 927 -8861 4801 WEST 50TH STREET FAX 952 - 826 -0390 EDINA, MINNESOTA, 55424 -1394 www.CityofEdina.com TTY 952- 826 -0379 RESOLUTION NO. 2011-62 Page Two 2. Prior to issuance of a building permit, a 25 -foot drainage and utility easement along the north lot line and a 10 -foot drainage and utility easement along the south lot line must be must be filed with Hennepin County. Adopted by the city council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, on May 17, 2011. ATTEST: Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF HENNEPIN CITY OF EDINA )SS James B. Hovland, Mayor CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Resolution was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of May 17, 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of 2011 City Clerk ORDINANCE NO. 850-A-36 AN ORDINANCE REZONING 5213 MALIBU DRIVE FROM R -2, TWO- DWELLING UNIT DISTRICT TO R -1, SINGLE DWELLING UNIT DISTRICT The City Of Edina Ordains: Section 1. The subject property is hereby rezoned from R -2, Two Dwelling Unit District to R -1, Single Dwelling Unit District based on the following findings: The proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. 2. The City of Edina approved a similar rezoning request at 4950 and 4970 Malibu Drive in 1991. 3. The subject property is unique compared to other R -2 properties because of the existing storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main that run through the lot, limiting the buildable area for a double - dwelling unit. 4. There are R -1 properties with single - family homes adjacent to the east. Section 2. The subject property is legally described as follows: Lot 2, Block 1 Packwood Knolls Cougar Addition, Hennepin County, Minnesota. Section 3. The official zoning map of the City of Edina referred to and described in Section 850.06 of the Edina City Code shall not be republished to show the aforesaid rezoning, but the zoning map on file in the City Clerk's office shall be appropriately marked for the purpose of indicating the rezoning provided for in this ordinance. Section 4. This ordinance is effective immediately upon its passage and publication. First Reading: Second Reading: Published: ATTEST: Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk James B. Hovland, Mayor Please publishing in the Edina Sun Current on Send two affidavits of publication Bill to Edina City Clerk CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Ordinance was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of , 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of , 2011 City Clerk w9SN�1 {� oe PLANNING COMMISSION STAFF REPORT Originator Meeting Date Agenda # Cary Teague April 27, 2011 2011- 0002.11a Director of Planning INFORMATION /BACKGROUND Project Description GreenWood Design Build, LLC is requesting a rezoning from R -2, Double - Dwelling Unit District to R -1, Single- Dwelling Unit District for the purpose of building a new single family home at 5213 Malibu Drive. (See property location, applicant narrative and plans on pages Al —A9.) The applicant is requesting a Preliminary and Final Rezoning of the request. SUPPORTING INFORMATION Surrounding Land Uses Northerly: A double dwelling unit; zoned R -2 Double- Dwelling Unit District and guided Low Density Attached Residential. Easterly: A vacant lot; zoned R -1 Single- Dwelling Unit District and guided Low Density Residential. Southerly: A double dwelling unit; zoned R -2 Double- Dwelling Unit District and guided Low Density Attached Residential. Westerly: A double dwelling unit; zoned R -2 Double- Dwelling Unit District and guided Low Density Attached Residential. Existing Site Features The subject vacant property is 15,956 square feet in size, and contains existing sanitary and storm sewer and water lines along the north and south lot lines. (See pages A2 —A3.) Planning Guide Plan designation: Low Density Attached Residential Zoning: R -2, Double- Dwelling District Grading /Drainage /Utilities As mentioned, there is a storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main that run through this property. (See page A3.) Easements over these utilities were not properly filed when the property was platted. Therefore, a condition of approval shall be that necessary easements over these utilities be established, per the approval of the city engineer, and filed at Hennepin County. The survey submitted shows a proposed 25 -foot easement along the north lot line over the water main and sewer line. A 10 -foot easement is shown over the storm sewer line. These proposed easements are adequate to protect the utilities and allow future maintenance. These utilities limit the buildable area on the site, and may have been one of the reasons that this lot has not been built upon with a duplex. As a single - family lot, there would be more width to build. As demonstrated below, the proposed single - family home would conform to the setback requirements of the R -1 Zoning district. (See building renderings on pages A7 —A9,) Compliance Table 2 City Standard (R -1) Proposed Building Setbacks 37.2 feet 25 feet (due to the easement) 10 feet 25 feet 37.5 feet 26 feet 10 feet 50+ feet Front Side — North Side — South Rear Building Height 30 feet 28 feet Building Coverage 25% 16% 2 PRIMARY ISSUES /STAFF RECOMMENDATION Primary Issues Is the proposed Rezoning from R -2 to R -1 reasonable for this site? Yes. Staff believes the proposal is reasonable for the following reasons: The proposed use would fit in to the neighborhood. This neighborhood consists of both single - family and two- family dwellings. (See pages A4, Al and Al 1.) The homes to the north include single - family homes and to the south are two- family homes. 2. The city has allowed a similar rezoning request on this same street. In 1991, the properties at 4950 and 4970 Malibu Drive were both rezoned from R -2 to R -1. (See the minutes from the City Council meeting and the zoning map on pages Al2 —A14.) 3. Allowing single - family homes within areas that allow duplexes is not uncommon in the Twin Cities. Staff conducted a survey of cities to determine if other cities allow single - family home in zoning districts that allow duplexes. As demonstrated below, of the fifteen (15) cities surveyed, twelve (12) of them allow single family homes in R -2 equivalent zoning districts. Only Eagan, Hopkins and Eden Prairie do not allow single - family homes: City Are Single- Dwelling Units allowed in an R -2 District Apple Valley Yes Bloomington Yes Coon Rapids Yes Eagan No Lakeville Yes Maple Grove Yes Minnetonka Yes New Brighton Yes Plymouth Yes St. Louis Park Yes Richfield Yes Hopkins No Minneapolis Yes Eden Prairie No Wayzata Yes Based on the above, the City of Edina may wish to consider an ordinance amendment that would allow single - family homes within our R -2 Zoning District. Within many of the City's zoning districts, uses allowed within a less 3 intense zoning district often are allowed in a more intense zoning district. Examples would include all uses allowed in a PCD -1 District are allowed in a PCD -2 and PCD -3 District. All uses allowed in a POD District are allowed in a PID District. Additionally, the City's Comprehensive Plan states that single - family detached dwellings are an allowed use in areas guided Low - Density Attached Residential. (See page A15.) All properties in Edina that are zoned R -2, are guided Low - Density Attached Residential. 4. The proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. Again, the site is guided LDA, Low Density Attached Residential within the Comprehensive Plan, and uses may include single - family residential dwellings. Staff Recommendation Recommend that the City Council approve the Preliminary and Final Rezoning from R -2, Two - Dwelling Unit District to R -1, Single- Dwelling Unit District. Approval is subject to the following findings: The proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. 2. The City of Edina approved a similar rezoning request at 4950 and 4970 Malibu Drive in 1991. Approval is subject to the following Conditions: 1. The new single - family home must meet all minimum setback and height requirements, and not encroach within the future drainage and utility easement areas. 2. 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GRi -scp —t R3:.1�. &—j 13 PGQ'LP� 3 -0-1 �l Q -1 LL�trDs:SpUCb . 4 iLOcae�sOr =.p Uea1 © RLf�t'�--- �enc! -s ncicl O P� �„ ANV CA &I NA&RAT M" 9 Date: March 28, 2011 To: Cary Teague Planning Commissioner City of Edina From: _Linda Dehkes Miles Realty Corp and GreenWood Design Build 651 - 395 -9955 Lnda@milesrealtycorp.com Re: Rezoning Application 5213 Malibu Drive Lot 2, Block 1 Parkwood Knolls Cougar Addt. Dear Cary, Planning Commission and City Council Members, My name is Linda Dehkes and I am a realtor with Miles Realty in Bloomington. I represent GreenWood Design Build based in Edina. I have clients who have signed a Purchase Agreement to buy the above listed property in the Parkwood Knolls development from Carl M. Hansen. This particular piece of property is currently zoned R2. We are asking you to consider rezoning the lot to R 1, as my clients are interested in building a very nice single family home on this lot with GreenWood Design Build. (Please refer to plan copies and specifications included in the packet provided for you.) GreenWood Design Build recently completed a new home at 5005 Park Terrace in Edina that is currently showcased in the Spring Parade of Homes. (Parade # 150) We are also in the process of completing another new home construction project on 6521 Belmore Lane in Edina. (See attached pictures.) I have attached a brief summary about the Builder's background and philosophy. This lovely neighborhood currently consists of both duplexes and single family homes. The subject lot sits between two duplex properties. (See attached pictures.) I believe that the two story home my client wants to build will fit in beautifully with the surrounding homes and we are certain the addition of this home will only improve the neighborhood. Thank you very much for your consideration. 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TN 5172 51cl NO- fN S/Q6 .5� 9csa a�-� 5170 yN STP3 ® PSSCdP a Sv:Dc =1 1740 WS O G 1 thy_ C--=B 0- TO ■ 0 [d0 --D--!g U3cl 0 :271 © Pipa o -' --M- 5220 S22i Sim StO S222 szU 3277 5110 :_ 3X1 F 5200 ' L W. 010" Fl-dMlla 5392 5700 S703 5701 � 3'�1 4 STSO T! I 5106 AOT 3203 5731 STR 3107 $tSi SJ06 24 3280 � SITD ST01 3J0➢ t 3111 1 331/ 5710 3317 0650 RS2 R% i 5715 3171 3713 0856 1 A, r'►� PYD: 3011721320047 Q o e U�3 4450 Malibu Dr Y, 7? p -' tia L. Edina, MN 55436 �~' 8/19/91 175 the City Causncil of August 19, 1991, be and is hereby granted preliminary plat approval. Motion was seconded by Member Kelly. Rollcall: Ayes: Kelly, Paulus, Rice, Smith Nays: Richards Resolution adopted. Mayor Richards commented that he had voted against the proposed subdivision because of the density. He suggested that, since this matter had been heard for the past two months, final plat approval be granted also. Member Paulus then introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption, subject to: 1) Development agreement in the form provided to the Council, belt, as to Outiot A, granting to City, without cost, fall and unconditional use of Datlat A for public road purposes, and otherwise on terms and conditions to be approved by the City Planner and attorney, 2) Developers Agreement for Public Improvements, 3) Forty foot Conservation Easement and 4) Subdivision Dedication In the amount of $40,000.00. RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL PLAT FOR JYLAWD WHITNEY ADDITIONq BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, that that certain plat entitled B1JYLAND wT=Y ADDITION", platted by Whitney E. Peyton and Nancy O. Peyton, husband and wife, and Jyland Development, Inc., a Minnesota corporation, and presented at the regular meeting of the City Council of August 19, 1991, be and is hereby granted final plat approval. Motion was seconded by Member Kelly. Rollcall: Ayes: Kelly, Paulus, Rice, Smith, Richards Resolution adopted. (Member Smith left the meeting temporarily at 7:45 P.M.) �. `ORDINANCE NO 825 -A42 ADOPTED GRANTING FIPAL REZONING FROM R -2 DOUBLE DWELLING UNIT DISTRICT TO R -1 SINGLE DWELLING UNIT DISTRICT FOR LOTS 4 & 5 BLOCK 1 LANDMARK ADDITION Affidavits of Notice were presented, approved and ordered placed on file. Presentation by Planner Planner Larsen informed Council that the subject property comprises two lots of F the five lot Landmark Addition which was platted and rezoned in 1988. Currently, all lots remain vacant. Three of the lots front on Lincoln Drive and two front on an unimproved section of Malibu Drive which is rough graded and graveled only. The proposed rezoning would affect the two lots (Lots 4 and 5) with frontage on Malibu Drive and would allow the construction of single dwelling homes. The remaining three lots would remain zoned R -2 to be developed as such. Lot 4 measures approximately 120 feet by 150 feet and contains an area of 17,017 square feet. Lot 5 has a width of approximately 140 feet, a depth of 149 feet and an area of 18,777 square feet. Both lots are in excess of the minimum standards for R -1 zoning. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Low Density Attached Residential which is consistent with the present R -2 zoning. However, the Plan considers single family zoning compatible with low density residential. The rezoning requested would be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. At its meeting of July 31, 1991, the Planning Commission recommended approval of the requested rezoning subject to a developers agreement and bond covering construction of an improved public street to serve the lots. Planner Larsen reminded Council that for a final R -2 rezoning the Council would see nothing more 8/19/91 176 than this. If Council were to approve the rezoning to R -1, he recommended waiver of Second Reading, subject to the condition that an approved street be provided before building permits would be issued. In. response to Mayor Richards, Planner Larsen said there are no concerns with sewer connection charges or special assessments that would run with the land. Mayor Richards called for public comment on the proposed rezoning. No comments or objections were heard. lsember Rice introduced Ordinance No. 825 -A42 for First Reading and moved waiver of Second Reading as follows, conditioned on execution of a developers agreement and bond covering construction of an improved public street to serve the lots prior to issuance of building permits: ORDIRMCE NO. 825 -A42 AN ORDINANCE ADDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE (NO. 825) BY REZONING PROPEBTY FROM R -2 DOUBLE DwELmG UNIT DISTRICT TO R -1 SINGLZ DYELUMG UNIT DISTRICT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: Section 1. Section 6 of ordinance No. 825 of the City is amended by adding the following thereto: "The extent -of the Single Dwelling Unit District (R. -l) is enlarged by the addition of the following property: Lots 4 and 5, Block 1, LANDMARK ADDITION. The extent of the Double Dwelling Unit District (R -2) is reduced by removing the property described from the R -2 District." Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its ss ge and publication. ATTEST: Nayor City Clerk Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Member Paulus. ` Rollcall: Ayes: Kelly, Paulus,_ Rice, Richards Resolution adopted. FINAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR BUILDING E%PANSION APPROVED FOR CONDURA TM/TIRES PLUS, 5400 FRANCE AVENUE SO. Affidavits of Notice were presented, approved and ordered placed on file. Presentation by Planner Planner Larsen explained that the subject property is located in the southwest quadrant of West 54th Street and France Avenue and is developed with a Tires Plus service center of 1670 square feet. The building affords very little storage space, thus tires are being stored in areas outside the building. Tu an effort to bring the tire storage into compliance with the zoning ordinance, as well as generally upgrading the entire site, the proponents are requesting approval of a plan which would add 930 square feet of storage space to the west side of the existing building. The 15 x 62 foot addition would be 19 feet six inches high, or four feet six inches taller than the existing structure. The additional height would allow fora tiered storage system plus accommodating delivery trucks to enter and off -load inside the addition. Planner Larsen noted that, even with the improvements to the site, there will be several features that would.remain non - conforming: 1) Lot Area. The ordinance requires a minimum 20,000 square feet lot area be provided for an automobile service use. The proposed site would be non- conforming with a lot area of 13,037 square feet. 2) Building Setbacks. 'Currently, a 32.9 foot rear setback exists. The required A-!L" r ...for living, learning, raising families & doing business t � ; °� 2008 Comprehensive Plan Table 4 -1. Future Land Use Cateeories Residential Description, Land Uses Development Density Range Categories Guidelines LDR Applies to largely single- family Massing standards Low Density residential neighborhoods, (under development) 1 - 5 units /acre Residential encompassing a variety of lot and impervious Floor to Area sizes and street patterns (see coverage limitations Ratio: per "Character Districts" for more would apply to ensure current Zoning detail). Typically includes small compatibility of infill Code* institutional uses such as schools, construction. churches, neighborhood parks, etc. LDA Applies to two - family and Introduction of more Low - Density attached dwellings of low contemporary housing 4 - 8 units /acre Attached Residential densities and moderate heights. types, such as low - This category recognizes the density townhouses, Floor to Area historical role of these housing may be an Ratio: per types as transitional districts appropriate current Zoning between single- family residential replacement for two- Code' areas and major thoroughfares or family dwellings in commercial districts. May some locations, include single- family detached provided that dwellings. adequate transitions to and buffering of adjacent dwellings can be achieved. MDR Applies to attached housing In new development Medium - Density (townhouses, quads, etc.) and or redevelopment, 5 - 12 Residential multi- family complexes of improve integration of units /acre moderate density. multi- family housing May also include small' into an Floor to Area institutional uses, parks and interconnected street Ratio: per open space network and work to current Zoning create an attractive, Code* pedestrian- friendly street edge. HDR Existing "high -rise" and other Provide incentives for High- Density concentrated multi - family updating older 12-30 Residential residential, some of which may multifamily buildings. units/acre contain a mixed use component. Work to create an May also include limited office, attractive, Floor to Area service or institutional uses pedestrian- friendly Ratio: per primarily to serve residents' street edge and current Zoning needs, parks and open space provide convenient Code= access to transit, schools, parks, and other community destinations. /( Edina Comp Plan Update 2008 Chapter 4: Land Use and Community Design 4 -27 Jackie Hoogenakker From: Catharine W <CWilliamson @spiritw.com> Sent: Wednesday, April 20,201111:02 AM To: Jackie Hoogenakker Subject: Case File 2011.0002.11a City of Edina Planning Department In regard to a notice regarding rezoning of Lot 2, Blockl, Parkwood Knolls Cougar Addn Please put on record, I am in favor of rezoning to allow construction of a single family home. I feel it will enhance the neighborhood and encourage property ownership. Catharine Williamson 5221 5223 Malibu Property Owner and Resident of 5221 Malibu 952- 936 -0204 Jackie Hoogenakker From: Julie Carroll <julie.carroll @aon.com> Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 20118:44 AM To: Jackie Hoogenakker Subject: Rezoning vacant lot -5213 Malibu Drive I am a single family home owner on Malibu Drive and I think it is wonderful that a new single family home may be built on this vacant lot. I cannot see any down side to changing the zoning. Greenwood Design is just finishing another home nearby and I think they have done a good job and it is esthetically pleasing to the eye. Thank you, Julie Carroll 5195 Malibu Drive Jackie Hoogenakker From: twinklarson @msn.com Sent: Monday, April 18, 20117:17 PM To: Jackie Hoogenakker Subject: 5213 malibu Rezone the property. I think it's a good idea. Steve Larson 5313 Malibu Dr. Edina, Mn. 55436 Planning Commission Meeting April 27, 2011 2011.0002.11a Preliminary & Final Rezoning Greenwood Design Build, LLC 5213 Malibu Drive Planner Presentation Planner Teague informed the Commission that GreenWood Design Build, LLC is requesting a rezoning from R -2, Double- Dwelling Unit District to R -1, Single- Dwelling Unit District for the purpose of building a new single family home at 5213 Malibu Drive. The applicant is requesting a Preliminary and Final Rezoning of the request. The subject vacant property is 15,956 square feet in size, and contains existing sanitary and storm sewer and water lines along the north and south lot line. As mentioned, there is a storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main that run through this property. Easements over these utilities were not properly filed when the property was platted. Therefore, a condition of approval shall be that necessary easements over these utilities be established, per the approval of the city engineer, and filed at Hennepin County. The survey submitted shows a proposed 25 -foot easement along the north lot line over the water main and sewer line. A 10 -foot easement is shown over the storm sewer line. These proposed easements are adequate to protect the utilities and allow future maintenance. These utilities limit the buildable area on the site, and may have been one of the reasons that this lot has not been built upon with a duplex. As a single - family lot, there would be more width to build. Teague pointed out that the subject lot is located in a neighborhood that consists of both single - family and two- family dwellings. Teague said that in 1991 the properties at 4950 and 4970 Malibu Drive were both rezoned from R -2 to R -1. Teague also briefed the Commission referring to a graphic he supplied in the packet materials that a majority of communities surveyed allow R -1 homes to be built in R -2 zoning districts without going through the rezoning process. Planner Teague concluded that staff recommends that the City Council approve the Preliminary and Final Rezoning from R -2, Two - Dwelling Unit District to R -1, Single - Dwelling Unit District based on the following findings: 1. The proposal is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. 2. The City of Edina approved a similar rezoning request at 4950 and 4970 Malibu Drive in 1991. And subject to the following Conditions: 1. The new single - family home must meet all minimum setback and height requirements, and not encroach within the future drainage and utility easement areas. 2. Prior to issuance of a building permit, a 25 -foot drainage and utility easement along the north lot line and a 10 -foot drainage and utility easement along the south lot line must be must be filed with Hennepin County. Teague also noted that if the Planning Commission believes that a single - family home should be an allowed use within an R -1 Zoning District, recommend that the City Council amend the Zoning Ordinance to allow them as a permitted use subject to the regulations in the R -1 Zoning District. Appearing for the Applicant Lynn Deckas Discussion The Commission asked Planner Teague if a new survey would need to be provided when the new house is constructed. Planner Teague responded in the affirmative, adding that a survey is a requirement of the building department. The Commission commented that while the proposal makes sense in this neighborhood the Commission does have some concern on establishing a precedent rezoning an R -2 property to an R -1 property. The reason for the concern would be the potential loss of affordable housing. Again, the Commission acknowledged that in this neighborhood that would not be the case; but it may not be the case in other areas of Edina. The Commission also acknowledged that in the Comprehensive Plan R -1 is a permitted use in this area, adding that the ordinance may need to be brought in -line with the Comprehensive Plan. Lastly, the Commission acknowledged that the easements on the subject lot are unusual and if the rezoning is approved the motion should acknowledge the obstacles the utility easements bring to this property and that constructing a single family home on this lot makes the most sense. Public Comment Dawn McClelland, 5211 Malibu Drive Motion Commissioner Fischer moved to recommend rezoning approval based on staff findings and subject to staff conditions noting that this property is subject to unique restraints (easements) that other properties in the area are not subjected to and that the subject area is comprised of both R -1 and R -2 properties, pointing out the properties directly east of the subject site are zoned R -1. Commissioner Carpenter seconded the motion. Ayes; Carpenter, Staunton, Fischer, Platteter, Potts. Nays; Schroeder and Forrest. Motion carried. It was suggested that allowing a single family house to be built on an R -2 lot be added to the "bucket list" on updating the Zoning Ordinance. 2011.0003.11a Lot DivisiY41ndian Ehlesham ratty & Donald Wothe X 6800 & 68 Hills Road Planner Presentation Planner Teague informed th Commission Ehtesham Khoyraand Donald Wothe are proposing a lot combinatio and divNon to combine the exi ng vacant lot in between their homes at 6804 and 800 Indian HIs Road with their ts. The specific request would take three existi lots and turn them into two lot Teague reported th this property was subdi 'ded b ck in 2005 as a result of a law suit won by a previous roperty owner. Two lots we eated from the previous lot at 6800 Indian Hills Roa . Teague conc ded that staff recommends th t the City" ouncil approve the Lot Division of 6800 an 6804 Indian Hills Road. Approv is subject to the following find' gs: 1. The resulting lots comply with II minimum lot size standa s of Section 850.11 of the Zoning Ordinance. Approval is also subject to the following Condition: The existing drainage and utility easements be vacated. (4 REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. VII.B. From: Cary Teague ® Action Planning Director F-1 Discussion 11 Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Ordinance No. 2011 -07 — An Ordinance Amending Section 850 Concerning Rooftop Dining in the Planning Commercial District -2 Deadline No Deadline for a City Decision: ACTION REQUESTED: Hold a public hearing, and consider first reading of a Zoning Ordinance Amendment regarding Rooftop Dining in the PCD -2, Planned Commercial Zoning District. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: In 2010, interest was expressed by the Barrio Restaurant to construct rooftop dining during the remodeling of their restaurant located at 5036 France Avenue. Rooftop dining is considered a permitted use, similar to outdoor dining. The adjacent property owner of the condominiums at 50th and France expressed concern in regard to locating a rooftop restaurant so close to residential property. As a result the City Council passed a moratorium, and directed staff to study if rooftop restaurants should be allowed in the City of Edina, and if so, how should they be regulated. Concern was also raised in regard to parking in the 50th & France area. Barrio has since completed their remodeling, and at this time is not interested in rooftop dining. However, over the past several months staff and the Planning Commission have been considering an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance regarding rooftop dining. Attached are the background memos and information gathered by staff during that time. The Planning Commission has concluded that rooftop dining is an appropriate use within the City of Edina, and should continue to be an allowed use, subject to a Conditional Use Permit. Attached is the Ordinance Amendment recommended by the Planning Commission. Because of the shortage of parking in the 50th and France area, the Commission is recommending if a combination of outdoor rooftop dining and outdoor patio or sidewalk dining areas are larger than 20% in area of the square footage of the principal indoor restaurant, then additional parking spaces must be provided for. ATTACHMENTS: • Ordinance No. 2011 -07 • Planning Commission Staff Reports & Memos • Minutes from the meetings that rooftop dining was considered ORDINANCE NO. 2011-07 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE CONCERNING ROOFTOP DINING IN THE PCD -2 ZONING DISTRICT The City Council Of Edina Ordains: Section 1. Subsection 850.03 (Definitions) is amended to add the following: (rooftop Dining. Outdoor dining on a rooftop that is accessory to an indoor restaurant in the same building. Rooftop dining may not have kitchen facilities or a permanent beverage bar on the rooftop. Additionali activities that may take place within rooftop dining areas include wedding receptions, business receptions, catered events and parties., Section 2. Subsection 850.08. (Parking Regulations) Subd. 1.P is amended to read as follows: P. Restaurants (Except Within Shopping Centers). Spaces equal in number to one -third the maximum indoor seating capacity, plus one space for each employee on the major shift. A combination of outdoor rooftop dining and outdoor patio or sidewalk dining areas that are larger than 20% in area of the square footage of the principal indoor restaurant must provide additional parking spaces equal to one - third the maximum outdoor rooftop and /or patio seating capacity. Section 3. Subsection 850.16. (Planned Commercial District) Subd. 6. is amended to read as follows: Subd. 6. Conditional Uses. A. PCD -1 and PCD -2. Multi- residential uses. B. PCD -2.. !Rooftop dining, subject to the following:; Existing text — XXXX Stricken text — XXXX Added text —XXXX 1. A conditional use permit may not be granted for rooftop dining on a lot within 50 feet of an existing R -1 or R_-2 Zoning; District lots used for residential purposes] 2. Hours of operation are limited to 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. The( City Council may further restrict the hours of operation based] upon the proximity of the area to residential dwelling units( - and upon considerations relating to the safety and _ welfare of w residents, businesses and other uses near the establishment. 3. Amplified sound audible from adtacent property is prohibited.] 4. The rooftop dining area shall be kept in a clean and orderlyL manner. No food or beverages may be stored on the rooftop unless a suitable means for such storage has been reviewed and approved_by thei City as part of the CUP]' 5._- _ -__ Rooftop dining must be adequately screened from existing] R -1 or R -2 Zoning District lots used for residential purpose 6 A liquor license is required to serve alcohol in the rooftop; fining area]— - - -- - - -_ - -- 17. _Fencing or a guard is required around the perimeter of the, rooftop dining area_per the Minnesota State Building Code1 PCD -3. Automobile agencies selling new, unused vehicles. Boat or marine stores or agencies selling or displaying new, unused boats. Multi- residential uses. Offices except.offices allowed as a permitted accessory use. All non - residential uses that increase the FAR to more than 0.5. Section 4. This ordinance is effective immediately upon its passage and publication. 2 First Reading: Second Reading: Published: ATTEST: Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk James B. Hovland, Mayor Please publish in the Edina Sun Current on: Send two affidavits of publication. Bill to Edina City Clerk CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Ordinance was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of , 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of , 2011. City Clerk 3 Appearing for the Applicants Ehtesham Khoyratty Motion f Commissioner Staunton "oved to reco d approval of the lot division based on staff findings and object to staff co 'ons to include the condition that the easements are vacd along the co on s e lot line. Commissioner Fischer seconded the M ion. All voted ; motion c ried. 2009 - 0004.10.10 Zoning Ordinance Amendments Roof Top Dining Planner Presentation Planner Teague addressed the Commission and stated that based on the direction of the Planning Commission at the March 23, 2011 meeting, staff has revised the draft ordinance amendment that would allow rooftop dining as a conditionally permitted use within the PCD -2 Zoning District. The changes are underlined on the draft ordinance, and summarized as follows: • The definition of rooftop dining is expanded to include wedding receptions, business receptions, catered events and parties. • The parking requirement has been changed to require additional parking for outdoor rooftop dining, outdoor patios or a combination of both that are larger than 20% in area of the square footage of the principal indoor restaurant. • A condition has been added that a liquor license is required to serve alcohol in the rooftop area. • A fencing requirement has been added. The current State Building Code requirement for rooftop dining is to have a minimum of a 42 -inch fence, or "guard" around the perimeter. The maximum opening size within the fence is 4- inches. The State Building Code requirement is referenced, and not the specific requirement, because these standards often change within the building code. If the State does change the Building Code, then City would not have to amend its ordinance. Discussion The Commission asked Planner Teague to clarify public parking. Planner Teague clarified that public parking is calculated according to the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of each merchant space. The Commission said they want assurances that the 20% is the total outdoor dining percentage which would include sidewalk, patio, and rooftop. Anything over that 20% would require additional parking. The Commission proposed the following language changes: Section 1 850.03 (Definitions) insert after: of a permanent beverage bar. Typo on the word dining in same paragraph Section 2. Beginning with the sentence Outdoor rooftop dining.... begin sentence with A combination of outdoor rooftop dining and outdoor patio or sidewalk dining areas... cross out after areas; or a combination of both. Section 2. last line change or to and rooftop and patio. Section 2. B.1. Last line change lots to lot. Motion Commissioner Potts moved to recommend approval of the Rooftop Dining Ordinance subject to the language changes proposed by staff and the Commission. Commissioner Staunton seconded the motion. All voted aye; motion carried. • Planning commission Meeting Dates: Zoning Board of Appeals Planner Presentation Planner Teague told the Commission that on ril 19, 2011, the city C uncil adopted the Ordinance that establishes the Planning/commission as the Zon' g Board of Appeals. As a result the Planning Com sion will now review all ariance requests. Teague reminded the Commission at past discussions conc ded that if the City Council establishes the Commis on as the Zoning Board o Appeals the Planning Commission would have to b in meeting twice per mon To streamline the development process Tea a said meeting on the 1St d 3rd Wednesdays of each month would allow staff a week to prepare meetin inutes for the City Council, and also allow applicant ' e to revise plans if so direc 'd by the Commission. Teague concluded that staff would further recommend tha � he Planning Commission meetings begin at 5:30 pm to consider residential varian . This meeting would be held off 3 -a3- I I P . c M , J k5 that would enhance the streetscape along France Avenue and the neighborhood. Concluding Grabiel said in his opinion Mr. Noonan should bring his plan to the City Council. The Commission highlighted the following points: • The Commission acknowledged that the C prehensive Plan identifies this area as an area where a Small Area Plan ma occur. • The City Council needs to determine i Small Area Plan was needed before this project can proceed. • Keep in mind that the direction he Comprehensive Plan was walkability and creating and maintaining stree capes. • Minneapolis is directly east the subject sit and the City has no control over what happens on that sid of the street. • The Commission sugge ed revisions t the plan; Pull the building closer to the street; construct park' g on top of e ' ting garage; work on the interior configuration of the arking lot. A design of the parking lot could achieve more parking. • The sketch pla resented to ' ht needs to be presented to the neighborhood. Mr. Noonan thank96 the Commi ion for their input, adding he would consider their comments and wfiuld proceed J6 the City Council. Motion Commissioner Staunton moved to recommend that the Commission formally pass their comments on the Sketch Plan presented by Mr. Noonan to the City Council. Commissioner Potts seconded the motion. All voted aye; motion carried. 2009.0004.10.11 Zoning Ordinance Amendments V Rooftop Dining Planner Presentation Planner Teague reminded the Commission this topic was addressed at past meetings. Planner Teague said at their last Planning Commission meeting the Commission directed him to revise the ordinance with the following changes: • Requiring a 50 -foot setback from R -1 or R -1 Zoning District, rather than from any residential use. The Commission believed that because an exception was made to allow residential uses within commercial zoning districts, the City should not 9 now place additional restrictions or not allow a commercial use where it was previously allowed. Screening requirements were added. Outdoor speakers are allowed as long as they are not audible from adjacent property. Teague also noted that attached was an email from a resident that found regulations on rooftop dining from other communities. Planner Teague told the Commission if they were comfortable with the changes he made to the ordinance he would forward the ordinance on to the City Council. The Commission said they would like to discuss this issue further in light of the materials received from Councilmember Bennett. The Commission also suggested that it might be beneficial to add a definition of "rooftop dining" to the ordinance. It was acknowledged that if the term "rooftop dining" is taken in context it means just that; dining on a roof; however out of context it could mean catered events, parties etc. on a roof. To avoid confusion the definition language should be tightened up as to what rooftop dining is. The Commission also noted that certain aspects of a restaurant require licensing (food and liquor) and it should be noted that if rooftop dining is permitted that their licensing requirements reflect the additional seating. It was also suggested that Planner Teague look at safety for the rooftop diners to ensure that someone wouldn't be able to tumble off the roof. Lastly the Commission asked Planner Teague to clarify the difference between sidewalk and rooftop dining and establish a percentage for both, pointing out that it is entirely possible that a restaurant may want both, sidewalk and rooftop dining. Chair Grabiel asked Planner Teague to study this issue further and bring it back to the Commission at a later date. Side Yard Setback (Heritage Lardmark D Planner Presentation Planner Teague reminded th Commissi , � that at their February 9th Zoning Ordinance Update Committee (ZOUC eeting Co mittee Members requested that the Heritage Preservation Board revie and comme t on a draft ordinance regarding side yard setback exemptions for roperties wit a Heritage Landmark District overlay zoning. Also at that meeting th / Committee r ised a concern that there would be no review of the Heritage Presery on Board (HP ) if an addition were built at the back of a home and used the side v d setback exc ption in the newly drafted Ordinance. Teague told the C�nmission the FHB discussed the Committees issue at their March 8th meeting, and agreed there should be some review of a house that uses the exception. Continuing, Teague said the HPB agreed to require a Certificate of 10 a _a3 -II Ac. /VI � c 5 The Commission stated that this was a surprise to them too; adding that at this time they would like to "hold off' on electing a new Chair allowing them time to consider their options. The Commission also noted they are in process of amending the zoning ordinance and to maintain continuity it may bes st to keep the current Chair in place. The Commission pointed out that during th , omprehensive Plan re -write process John Lonsbury retained the chair for a three y r time period to ensure continuity. Chair Fischer acknowledged the sentiment "the Commission, and pointed out that the ordinance stipulates a two year ter `for the chair ontinuing, Fischer stated he was very happy with the accomplish� nts of the Ids o years (by -laws, ordinance re- write, PUD, sketch plan review), adgiAg that at th s'46e it's time to elect a new chair and have the new chair bring their o ideas to th�Commission. Fischer stated he would feel comfortable continuing tv annual me to the next PC meeting. The Commission formally requested tha fhe annual , eeting adopting by -laws and electing new officer(s) be continued to the xt meeting f the Planning Commission, noting that two Planning Commissioners were absent. Motion Commissioner Grabid moved to continue the election of officers and adoption of by -laws to the March 23, 2011, Planning Commission Meeting. Commissioner Carpenter seconded the motion. Ayes; Potts, Scherer, Carpenter, Grabiel, Forrest, Platteter, Fischer. Motion carried. III. NEW BUSINESS: Zoning Ordinance Update — Discussion Rooftop Dining G� Chair Fischer summarized the Zoning Ordinance Update Committee's (ZOUC) previous discussion on rooftop dining, adding during that discussion three options were formulated to address it; prohibit rooftop restaurants within the City, allow rooftop restaurants to continue as a permitted use or allow rooftop restaurants as a conditionally permitted use. Fischer added at the meeting the ZOUC asked staff to draft an ordinance that would allow rooftop dining as a conditionally permitted use within the PCD -2 zoning district. Fisher also added at that meeting the Committee invited City Engineer, Wayne Houle to clarify ramp parking /merchant fees and circulation in the 50th & France Avenue business area at the next meeting of the Planning Commission. Fischer concluded that Mr. Houle is present to address the parking situation at 50th & France. Mr. Houle presented to the Commission a power point overview of the 50th & France business commercial area and the cost reimbursement for work/maintenance of the ramps, sidewalks and other public areas. Page 12 Mr. Houle explained that the 50th & France Commercial Area is governed by City Code 1215, adding 1215 focuses on two areas; Grandview and 501h and France. Houle outlined key areas of City responsibility for the 50th & France Avenue business area and merchant cost assessment: • Cost and assessment/ 2010 $276,552.76 @ $0.7826 (cost assessment is based on square footage, not use). • Types of Parking; Contract (permit), 2 -hour parking, 5 -hour parking and top level parking — permit or 5 -hour plus • Total public parking spaces available = 1,053 • Total public and private parking available = 1,283 Mr. Houle summarized the public parking availability: • South ramp = 409 spaces • Middle ramp = 338 spaces • North ramp = 255 spaces • 36 surface public parking spaces at the 49'/2 St. & Halifax ramp area • 15 public parking spaces in front of the Liquor Store Houle also noted that Lund's provides its own parking; however, patrons of Lund's can also access the public parking areas. Continuing, Houle explained when Salute moved into the area the City realized it would have to "get its arms" around the parking. Houle reported that a valet service was also implemented in the area to accommodate parking demands. Houle said a vehicle counting system is in place and the City uses the Shared Parking Model. Houle acknowledged that during peak times and seasonally parking was an issue, adding the City needs to determine how to address it. Concluding, Houle pointed out that the public ramps and surface parking spaces provide parking for not only the general public but for employees as well. The Commission asked how the City of Minneapolis works with Edina on parking. Mr. Houle acknowledged that the 50th and France Avenue Business Association includes both Edina and Minneapolis merchants; however, Minneapolis' philosophy on parking and parking ramps is different from Edina's. Minneapolis isn't-fond of ramps at least for this area. The Commission commented that it appears Edina's ramps support Minneapolis. Mr. Houle responded that he can't argue with that statement. The Commission expressed surprise on the number of employees that park in the ramps. Mr. Houle said the City established a parking permit process and fee for employee parking, adding only Edina merchant employees can parkin the ramp; Minneapolis side employees are "on their own ". The Commission asked if business owners had expressed concern over employee parking. Houle responded that business owners had expressed concern over employee parking and are considering the option of shuttling employees to and from the area. The Commission asked Mr. Houle if it was determined that more parking was needed would the cost of providing the additional Page 13 parking spaces /ramp level be assessed back to the merchants. Mr. Houle responded in the affirmative. Chair Fischer thanked Mr. Houle for his presentation. Discussion The Commission acknowledged that the success of 50th & France was a good problem; however, at this time the charge of the Commission was to comment on rooftop dining. The Commission discussed the difference in commercial uses; especially with parking demands pointing out that traditionally restaurant parking demands are greater than those for general retail use. Planner Teague agreed with that comment. Commissioners also noted that merchant assessments are based on square footage; not use. Planner Teague informed Commissioners that they are correct in their comments on parking demands for restaurant establishments and acknowledged that parking ratios differentiate between commercial uses. Planner Teague briefed the Commission on the proposed rooftop dining ordinance highlighting the following points: 1. Rooftop dining must be subordinate to the principal restaurant building. 2. Rooftop dining areas that are larger than 20% in area of the square footage of the principal restaurant building must provide additional parking as required for restaurants per Section 850.08 of the City Code. 3. Hours of operation shall be limited to no later than 10:00 pm. The City Council may further restrict the hours of operation based upon the proximity of the area to residential dwelling units and upon considerations relating to the safety and welfare of residents, businesses, and other uses near the establishment. 4. The lot line of a rooftop dining establishment shall be at least 50 feet from any residential parcel and shall be separated from residential parcels by the principal structure or other method of screening acceptable to the city. 5. There shall be no outside speakers or audio equipment which is audible from adjacent parcels. 6. The rooftop dining area shall be handicap accessible and not restrict accessibility in other areas inside or outside the restaurant or food establishment. 7. The rooftop dining area must conform to all Fire and Building Codes. 8. The rooftop dining area shall be kept in a clean and orderly manner. No food or beverages may be stored outdoors, unless a suitable means for such storage has been reviewed and approved by the City as part of the CUP. Page 14 The Commission acknowledged the rooftop dining ordinance drafted by Planner Teague and noted that rooftop dining was seasonal; similar to sidewalk dining and questioned the reasoning sidewalk dining wasn't included in the ordinance draft. Continuing, the Commission also observed that there is a difference between sidewalk and rooftop dining. The Commission added that in their opinion Edina should encourage sidewalk dining because it enhances the quality of life and is part of the streetscape. They also acknowledged that rooftop dining by its very nature wasn't part of the streetscape. Planner Teague responded that during his study on the topic of rooftop and sidewalk dining that he found that sidewalk dining usually doesn't exceed the 20% in area of the square footage of the principal indoor restaurant area, adding a cut -off mark needed to be established. Continuing, Teague said the draft ordinance also recommends a 50- foot setback from residential properties, limited hours, amplified sound standards, rooftop bar and kitchen are prohibited, storage of materials is prohibited and the rooftop dining was limited to the PCD -2 zoning district. In conclusion the Commission stated they understood the rationale behind the draft ordinance and its stipulated conditions; however, were troubled over the possible perceived unfairness of singling out this establishment and rooftop dining The Commission pointed out that the current ordinance governing the PCD -2 district was amended to accommodate housing; and now that amendment has created an issue where before the amendment there was none.. Continuing, the Commission stated they felt that the 50 -foot distance requirement made sense; however, suggested that the amendment should be written that "rooftop dining must maintain a 50 -foot setback from all residentially zoned properties." The Commission stated to the best of their knowledge the 50th and France area is zoned PCD -2. The Commission also reiterated as previously mentioned, that the City of Edina has no degree of control over what happens on the Minneapolis side of the street; pointing out there are ample opportunities for rooftop dining directly across the street, adding that it seems odd to legislate for this one corner. In summary the Commission asked Planner Teague to review the following: • Amend the proposed ordinance language stipulating that rooftop dining maintain a 50 -foot setback from all residentially zoned properties. It was acknowledged that the proposed language established a setback between uses within a similarly zoned district; not zones. • Introduce screening requirements; noting flexibility; case by case. • Revisit the noise standards and it's reference to speakers /amplified sounds — maybe include amplified sound not audible to adjacent properties • Revisit the 20% - Planner Teague invited all Commissioners to call or e-mail him if they had other ideas on this topic. Page 15 An Ordinance Amending the Zoning Ordinance concerning Notification Requirements for Conditional Use Permits Planner Teague said the City Council directed staff to draft an ordinance that reduces notification distance requirements for Conditional Use Permits required for first floor elevations that exceed existing structures by more than 1 -foot in the R -1 and R -2 zoning districts. The notification reduction would be from 1,000 -feet to 350 -feet. The Commission asked where the 350 -foot distance came from. Planner Teague responded that the 350 -feet originate from the state statute distance requirements for Conditional Use Permits. Teague pointed out that Edina's 1000 -foot distance notification requirement for Conditional Use Permits far exceeds the minimum distance requirements stipulated by state statute. The Commission asked if the proposed ordinance was written only for single and double family homes.. Planner Teague responded that is correct. The 350 -foot notification area keeps the notification area in line with other residential requests such as variances. Teague further clarified that this ordinance does not include R -1 zoned properties such as churches, schools and public buildings, reiterating its jurisdiction was only for single and double family homes. Motion Commissioner Carpenter moved to recommend ordinance adoption. Commissioner Potts seconded the motion. Ayes; Potts, Carpenter, Scherer, Grabiel, Forrest, Platteter, Fischer. Motion carried on roll call vote — seven ayes. The Commission asked, as a point of clarification, if the 1 -foot ordinance only pertains to water related issues. Planner Teague responded in the affirmative. Ordinance Amendment Concerning Boards & Commissions Chair Fischer commented that he believes the ordinanc amendment o ards and commissions was already adopted and asked Plann eague if th ouncil was looking for comments. Planner Teague respond at is corr The Council would like the Commission to share their ideas on thi opic or sugq est changes. Teague said this topic could also be discussed at the joi . ork sess�)n'with the Council in May. Chair Fischer said the Planning however, paragraph B page 5 to Council work sessions could pre Commission and ZBA meeting Page 16 ,,om fission hasp' ad any issues with attendance; Ik out atten nce criteria, adding in his opinion nt a proble . Continuing, Fischer noted that are predet ined, and Commissioners are provided Vjork Sesso -L% M (Ai h- that there is "leverage" in the ordinance that would prevent a house or addition from being constructed at too large of a scale. The discussion continued with committee members reiterating their concern on massing and asked Planner Teague to work with the city attorney on drafting ordinance language and have that language reviewed and discussed by the HPB for their review and comments. Topic: Rooftop Dining Date Introduced: February 9, 2011 Chair Fischer introduced the topic of rooftop dining, and asked Planner Teague to update the Zoning Ordinance Update Committee (ZOUC) on what's occurring in the City with rooftop dining. Planner Teague informed the ZOUC that the City Council recently adopted an Ordinance placing a temporary moratorium prohibiting rooftop diningwithin the City of Edina. Planner Teague explained that a new restaurant (Barrio) located in the 50 & France Avenue area had expressed the desire to add rooftop dining to their establishment. This new restaurant is located within close proximity to the condominiums at 50th & France, and the "rooftop dining" would also include a bar area. Teague reported that the adjacent property owner (condominiums) expressed concern in locating rooftop dining so close to residential buildings. Continuing, Teague reported that rooftop dining is currently considered a permitted use, similar to outdoor dining; (sidewalk/patio) however, at this time the City doesn't have any rooftop dining establishments. Planner Teague noted from a study he conducted in the Metro area that a number of cities allow rooftop dining either as a permitted use or through the Conditional Use process. Teague said at this time he would like the committees input on rooftop dining; especially in close proximity to residential properties, and how it should or should not be addressed. Chair Fischer asked Planner Teague if parking could become an issue. Planner Teague responded in the affirmative adding that parking.in the 50 h & France business district at times is limited. Member Staunton questioned if an additional level could be added to the ramps. Planner Teague responded that could be a possibility; however, there are height restrictions within the 50th & France business district and the ramps would have to be engineered to accommodate the weight of an additional level. Teague said another part of this issue to remember is that outdoor dining is permitted and occurs (Salute) in close proximity to the residential properties in question; however, it's on the sidewalk Chair Fischer commented that in a way the City should feel fortunate that the 50th & France business district is so successful. Continuing, Fischer said he understands concerns expressed from residential property owners; however, he doesn't know if he would rather look at a flat roof or people dining. A discussion ensued with committee members raising the following: • Would continued expansion of dining facilities (including the Minneapolis side) within the 50th France business district strain parking? • If rooftop dining is permitted limiting the hours, number of seats, and lighting should be addressed. • Consider allowing rooftop dining as a Conditional Use. With a Conditional Use process the City could place conditions on each individual request (lighting, hours, bar, proximity). • Is there a difference between rooftop dining and sidewalk dining? • Acknowledge that in the 50th & France area parking could be an issue; however, the committee acknowledged that both the City and business establishments are partners in the municipal ramps. • Point out that in Minnesota outdoor dining of any kind is seasonal; not 24 -7, 365 days per year. • Is it fair to single out this establishment; noting the ordinance was amended to allow housing in a commercial zoning district? • If housing in a commercial area restricts permitted commercial uses could that be problematic for the viability of the district. • Allow rooftop dining; but no bar area. • Consider utilizing the currently restricted employee parking area during evening hours. • Acknowledge that Minneapolis doesn't provide parking - this use could move across the street impacting Edina's parking but with no input from Edina. • Limit rooftop dining to the PCD -2 zoning district; and prohibit it in other zoning districts. The discussion ensued with members inquiring about existing parking counts and the potential for increasing parking in the 50th & France area. Members also wanted to know how ramp fees were assessed to establishments. Committee members also wanted to know what other 50th & France area restaurants had the potential for rooftop dining. In response to that question Planner Teague stated that all restaurants within the 50th & France district have that option; however, because of building code restraints it appears (at this time) that Barrio may be the only restaurant that could achieve rooftop dining meeting all building codes. Further discussion continued suggesting that limiting rooftop dining to the PCD -2 zoning district and as a conditional use would be the correct way to proceed with ordinance language. PCD -2 zoning districts include the Grandview District, 70th & Cahill and the 50th & France district. The discussion continued with members acknowledging the moratorium provides the City with the opportunity to study the issue and draft an ordinance addressing this issue. Chair Fischer asked Planner Teague to provide more information on the parking status in the 50th & France area. Fischer suggested inviting Wayne Houle to the next Planning Commission meeting. Mr. Houle would be able to bring the Commission up to date on the parking situation in the 50th & France area and how merchants are assessed. Fischer also asked Teague to draft an ordinance on rooftop dining limiting it to the PCD -2 zoning district. Planner Teague said he would invite Mr. Houle to the next meeting and would work on drafting an ordinance addressing rooftop dining. Meeting adjourned at 8:20 PM tackle & t Respectfully submitted ►t A MEMORANDUM TO: Planning Commission FROM: Cary Teague, Planning Director RE: Rooftop Dining — April 27, 2011 Based on the direction of the Planning Commission at the March 23, 2011 meeting, staff has revised the draft ordinance amendment that would allow rooftop dining as a conditionally permitted use within the PCD -2 Zoning District. The changes are underlined on the draft ordinance, and summarized as follows: • The definition of rooftop dining is expanded to include wedding receptions, business receptions, catered events and parties. • The parking requirement has been changed to require additional parking for outdoor rooftop dining, outdoor patios or a combination of both that are larger than 20% in area of the square footage of the principal indoor restaurant. • A condition has been added that a liquor license is required to serve alcohol in the rooftop area. • A fencing requirement has been added. The current State Building Code requirement for rooftop dining is to have a minimum of a 42 -inch fence, or "guard" around the perimeter. The maximum opening size within the fence is 4- inches. The State Building Code requirement is referenced, and not the specific requirement, because these standards often change within the building code. If the State does change the Building Code, then City would not have to amend its ordinance. MEMORANDUM TO: Planning Commission FROM: Cary Teague, Planning Director RE: Rooftop Dining — March 23, 2011 Based on the direction of the Planning Commission at the February 23, 2011 meeting, staff has revised the draft ordinance amendment that would allow rooftop dining as a conditionally permitted within the PCD -2 zoning district. The conditions that are listed are also based on discussion from the February 9 meeting. The changes include: • Requiring a 50 -foot setback from R -1 or R -1 Zoning Districts, rather than from any residential use. The Commission believed that because an exception was made to allow residential uses within commercial zoning districts, the city should not now place additional restrictions or not allow a commercial use where it was previously allowed. • Screening requirements were added. • Outdoor speakers are allowed as long as they are not audible from adjacent property. Also, enclosed is an email from an Edina resident with suggested regulations on rooftop dining. Much of the suggested regulations are covered within the existing City Code and the proposed Ordinance amendment. (Draft, 3- 23 -11) ORDINANCE NO. 2011 -_ AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE CONCERNING ROOFTOP DINING IN THE PCD -2 ZONING DISTRICT The City Council Of Edina Ordains: Section 1. Subsection 850.03 (Definitions) is amended to add the following: Rooftop Dining. Outdoor dining on a rooftop that is accessory to an .indoor restaurant in the same building. Rooftop dinning may not have !kitchen facilities or a bar on the rooftop., Section 2. Subsection 850.08. (Parking Regulations) Subd. 1.P is amended to read as follows: P. Restaurants (Except Within Shopping Centers). Spaces equal in number to one -third the maximum ,indoor seating capacity, plus one space for each employee on the major shift. Outdoor rooftop dining areas that are larger than 20% in area of the square footage of the ;principal indoor restaurant must provide additional parking spaces equal to one -third the maximum outdoor seating capacity. Section 3. Subsection 850.16. (Planned Commercial District) Subd. 6. is amended to read as follows: Subd. 6. Conditional Uses. A. PCD -1 and PCD -2. Multi- residential uses. IB. PCD -2. Rooftop dining, subject to the following: A conditional use permit may not be granted for rooftop dining on a lot within 50 feet of an existing R -1 or R -2 Zoning District lots used for residential purposes.. 2. Hours of operation are limited to 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. The ,City Council may further restrict the hours of operation based (upon the proximity of the area to residential dwelling units and upon considerations relating to the safety and welfare_ of Iresidents, businesses, and other uses near the establishment 3_ Amplified sound audible from adjacent property is prohibited, 4. The rooftop dining area shall be kept in a clean and orderly manner. No food or beverages may be stored on the rooftop ,unless a suitable means for such storage has been reviewed 'and approved by the City as_part of the CUP - - -- — - - - - — - - 5_ Rooftop dining must be adequately screened from existing IR -1 or R -2 Zoning District lots used for residential purposes) C.I PCD -3. Automobile agencies selling new, unused vehicles. Boat or marine stores or agencies selling or displaying new, unused boats. Multi- residential uses. Offices except offices allowed as a permitted accessory use. All non - residential uses that increase the FAR to more than 0.5. Section 4. This ordinance is effective immediately upon its passage and publication. First Reading: Second Reading: Published: 0) ATTEST: Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk James B. Hovland, Mayor Please publish in the Edina Sun Current on: Send two affidavits of publication. Bill to Edina City Clerk CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Ordinance was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of , 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of 2011. City Clerk 3 Cary Teague From: Joni Bennett <jonibennettl2 @comcast.net> Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 20113:55 PM To: Cary Teague Cc: Scott Neal Subject: Fwd: Rooftop dining and entertainment in Edina Cary, Please see below correspondence from a resident in support of rooftop dining in Edina. Could you please forward this to all members of the Planning Commission and City Council? Thank you! Joni Bennett j onibennett 12(pa,comcast.net 952- 927 -0661 Begin forwarded message: From: "Ross Plaetzer" <ross(a employersolutionsgroup.com> Date: March 16, 2011 3:15:11 PM CDT To: "'Joni Bennett "' <ionibennett12()comcast.net> Subject: RE: Rooftop dining and entertainment in Edina Hi, Joni, Thanks for your response. The draft is an amalgamation of proposals and ordinances from around the country. I started on it about a year ago, so I really can't remember where they came from. Please feel free to forward it to any appropriate people. I was on a school board in suburban Milw. in the late 1970s and early 80s, but was involved in planning and ordinance issues as a lawyer in Virginia, where one of my clients was Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Thanks and best wishes. Ross Ross Plaetzer Client Services Director Employer Solutions Group 952.835.1288 612.991.8896 (cell) Visit our website: http://www.emploversolutionsgr up-com/ Employer Solutions Group, LLC From: Joni Bennett [ mailto :joni ben nettl2Ca)comcast.net] Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 20113:04 PM To: Ross Plaetzer Subject: Re: Rooftop dining and entertainment in Edina Thanks, Ross! The question of rooftop dining was referred to the Planning Commission. I know they have been discussing it but they have not yet reported to the City Council. The material you sent looks very detailed and potentially very helpful to Edina in balancing the rights and responsibilities of business owners and the rights and interests of adjacent property owners and residents. In order to have it seen and discussed by Planning commissioners and other City Council members, could you resend it in an email addressed to those bodies? If you prefer, I could forward it for you. Is this material your draft or is it adapted from existing code in another city? If another city, which city? Also, am I correct in remembering that you served on the City Council in Milwaukee? Cary Teague is our City Planner, and is the person to whom I would suggest you would direct an email. If you do, please request specifically that your email be shared with all members of the Planning Commission and the City Council, and with City Manager Scott Neal. Please let me know what you decide. Very best wishes to you and Laura, Joni j onibennett 12 gcomcast. net 952- 927 -0661 P.S. The Planning Commission meets next Wednesday, March 23, at 7 p.m. One of the topics on its agenda will be discussion of a PUD for the Valvoline Oil site just south of Sunnyside on France. I am trying to obtain more information that I will send to the Momingside Neighborhood Association and recommend they send a broadcast email. On Mar 15, 2011, at 5:39 PM, Ross Plaetzer wrote: Hi, Joni, I remember that last summer there was some discussion at a Council meeting about how to handle requests from restaurants for rooftop dining and entertainment areas. It seems that the mayor referred it for study and analysis. Now it's March, has anything been reported to a committee and the public yet? I haven't seen anything, but I may have missed it. Rooftop entertainment is becoming very popular in urban areas and it properly done can be an attractive venue that brings even more people to Edina for dining and entertainment. Can you please let me know if anything has been circulated yet. Below for you review is an approach to siting and licensing rooftop areas that might provide some channels for discussion. Thanks and best wishes. Ross Ross Plaetzer 612.991.8896 (cell) 850.Oxx. Outdoor rooftop commercial activities. Subd. 1. The location of outdoor rooftop commercial activities is subject to a discretionary review to meet the objectives of this section. The location of these areas is subject to conditional use permit review. All applications are subject to the criteria listed in Section 850.04, subdivision 4, as well as those set forth in paragraph (a) of this section. (a) Purpose /goals: The purpose of this section is to establish guidelines for the siting of outdoor rooftop commercial activities. The goals of the regulations set forth in this section are to: (1) Locate activities in appropriate areas; and (2) Provide an appropriate review and permitting process. (b) Applicability: This section shall apply to all outdoor rooftop activities on properties owned or leased by commercial enterprises in the city requiring a business license. (c) Review process: Outdoor commercial rooftop activities shall be allowed through only a conditional use permit. Outdoor rooftop activities in conjunction with public or private catered and special events, such as wedding receptions, business receptions, catered events or special parties, shall be subject to a special permit review, as set forth in subdivision 3 of this section. Any rooftop activity proposing to have live music shall also be subject to conditional use permit review. Live music shall not be permitted when the proposed use will be adjacent to residential uses, residential buildings or residentially zoned areas. (d) Fees: Conditional use and special use reviews are subject to appropriate fees, as set forth in the Zoning Code. (e) Design standards: The design of rooftop areas must take all reasonable efforts to minimize the effect of noise, light and odor on adjacent properties and on the surrounding streets. Rooftop lighting shall comply with the city's outdoor lighting ordinance. Light sources, in addition to being horizontally cutoff and downcast, shall not be visible from a directly adjacent residence or residence separated only by a public street or alley. Subd. 2. Criteria for review, recommendation, and approval of special and conditional uses. A. City staff, the zoning board of appeals, planning commission, and the Council shall use the criteria listed in section 850.04, subdivision 4, as well as those set forth in paragraph (a) of this section, when evaluating an application for a conditional or special use permit. A special use is a preapproved use within the zoning district for which it is being considered. Only the placement and the proposed development/performance standards shall be evaluated. Therefore, only the criteria set forth in subdivision 4 of this section shall be used when evaluating a special use application. Subd. 3 General criteria— (a) Is the proposed use compatible with adjacent uses? Such compatibility may be expressed in appearance, architectural scale and features, site design, and the control of any adverse impacts including noise, odor, lighting, traffic, safety, etc. (b) Are the design features of the site, as well as the site itself, adequate to accommodate the proposed use (e.g., accessibility, service areas, pedestrian and vehicular circulation, parking, safety provisions, accessory uses, accessways to and from the site, buffering, etc.)? (c) Do proposed accessory uses occur only as necessary and desirable? Such uses have no undesirable impacts on adjacent uses or the principal use. Any undesirable impacts can be controlled, mitigated or eliminated. (d) Could there be adverse impacts on natural resources and wildlife habitat areas and can these impacts be mitigated? Subd. 4. Specific Criteria— (a) Does the location of the use benefit existing on -site or area facilities? (b) Are appropriate security measures proposed? located? (c) Is the location of the use appropriate to the classification of the street or road on which it is (d) Does the proposed use make provision for peak usages? (e) Do safety considerations require special fencing and signage? (f) Is there a multiple use capacity and how might it be utilized? (g) Will the proposed use cause unusual impacts, damage, or congestion on streets and roads and how may this be mitigated? the use? (h) Are prevailing wind factors such as to cause adverse impacts from the proposed location of (i) Is there a feasibility of recycling waste products? 0) Is the operation to be located in an existing nonresidential facility? (k) Are accumulations of unusable unrecyclable materials properly disposed of? (1) Is there a need for the facility on a community -wide basis? (m) Have water retention areas and mosquito and pest control been adequately addressed? Subd. 5. Licensing regulations — (a) Every outdoor rooftop commercial activity area must be approved as part of the original licensed premises or by the granting of an application for expansion of the licensed premises. Every such application and approval shall specify the maximum number of customer seats that will be provided in the outdoor rooftop commercial area and this number shall constitute the "maximum customer capacity" for such rooftop outdoor area. The maximum customer capacity shall apply to all customers in the rooftop outdoor areas, whether the customers are seated, standing or otherwise present and occupying such area. It shall be an affirmative duty of the license holder to ensure that any rooftop outdoor area is not occupied in any greater number than the maximum customer capacity and to maintain and provide when requested accurate occupancy counts for any such rooftop outdoor area. Any expansion of the rooftop outdoor area of a licensed premises, including an expansion limited solely to a proposed increase in the maximum number of customer seats provided in the rooftop outdoor area shall require a public hearing and notification as described in section xxxxx. (b) It shall be an affirmative duty of the license holder to comply with all requirements of this Code regulating such rooftop outdoor areas, including all regulations governing noise, liquor, nuisance activity, litter and business license management responsibilities. (c) No outdoor area shall utilize any form of sound amplification or outdoor speakers after 11:00 p.m. The license holder for an establishment shall post in a conspicuous mannr in the rooftop outdoor area a sign in a form and content approved by the xxx that informs patrons of the requirement to refrain from creating excessive noise and to respect neighboring residents and property. The sign shall also contain an operating business telephone number that shall be answered during all business hours by a manager or other official of the establishment with the authority to respond to and promptly address complaints regarding the outdoor area. The city council may further restrict, after hearing, the days, hours, nature, volume, and other aspects of entertainment in any rooftop outdoor area, including a prohibition against all forms of non- live music, radio, television, and other entertainment, to protect the safety, repose, and welfare of residents, businesses and other uses near the establishment. (d) The city council may restrict the hours of operation of any proposed rooftop outdoor area and may reduce the hours of operation of any existing rooftop outdoor area based upon proximity of the area to residential dwelling units, and upon considerations relating to the safety, repose, and welfare of residents, businesses, and other uses near the establishment. The city council may also impose after opportunity for hearing any reasonable and necessary conditions upon the operation of any outdoor area based upon proximity of the area to residential dwelling units, when necessary to preserve the safety, repose, and welfare of residents, businesses, and other uses near. the establishment. (e) The licensee shall be responsible for picking up trash and litter generated by the operation of the rooftop outdoor area within a reasonable distance from the area. (f) In any on -sale liquor, wine, and beer establishment where the licensee has city council approval to operate a rooftop outdoor area, the licensee is prohibited from serving any alcoholic malt beverage or non - alcoholic beverage in an original container manufactured from glass after 11:00 p.m. is such area. In addition to the prohibition on serving alcoholic malt beverages or non - alcoholic beverages in original containers manufactured from glass, the licensee shall not allow patrons to carry such beverage containers from a rooftop indoor area into an outdoor area. •� :ice► :VIP MEMORANDUM TO: Planning Commission FROM: Cary Teague, Planning Director RE: Rooftop Dining — February 23, 2011 Based on the direction of the Zoning Ordinance Update Committee at the February 9, 2011 work session, staff has drafted an ordinance amendment that would allow rooftop dining as a conditionally permitted within the PCD -2 zoning district. The conditions that are listed are also based on discussion from the February 9 meeting. The Committee also requested information in regard to parking in the 50th and France Area, and how parking is regulated and maintained. Wayne Houle, the city engineer and public works director will be in attendance at the meeting to explain the public_ parking and maintenance of the public parking ramps. Also, to provide background before the meeting, attached is the 50th and France Commercial Area Plan, and a report from Gordon Hughes which further explains history in the area and how parking works. The following are some of the highlights of the report: • There are over 1,000 off - street parking spaces at 50th & France. Parking has been based on 3.2 parking stalls per 1,000 square feet of commercial floor area. • The public parking ramps, landscaping, streetscape, and utility improvements have been financed through special assessments (20 %) and tax increment financing (80 %). • The TIF district expired in 2009. • Businesses may expand in the 50th and France area up to an FAR of 1.0, and rely on public parking for their parking needs. Any expansion up to an FAR 1.5 is allowed, however, the additional parking generated must be accommodated on their property. • The three ramps are not capable of vertical expansion from a structural standpoint. • Alternatives for additional parking contemplated has included construction of new ramps west of the post office, in the Lund's parking lot and west of the middle ramp. These were not pursued due to adverse impact on adjacent commercial property, close proximity to residential property and the cost of construction. P) ORDINANCE NO. 2011-_ AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE CONCERNING ROOFTOP DINING IN THE PCD -2 ZONING DISTRICT The City Council Of Edina Ordains: Section 1. Subsection 850.03 (Definitions) is amended to add the following: Rooftop Dining. Outdoor dining on a rooftop that is accessory to an, indoor restaurant in the same building. Rooftop dinning may_not have kitchen facilities or a baron the rooftop, Section 2. Subsection 850.08. (Parking Regulations) Subd. 1.P is amended to read as follows: P. Restaurants (Except Within Shopping Centers). Spaces equal in number to one -third the maximum ndoo�r seating - capacity, plus one areas that are larger than 20% n area of the square rooftop dining space - employee major — square footage of the Principal indoor restaurant must provide additional parking spaces' equal to one- third the maximum outdoor seating capacity.) Section 3. Subsection 850.16. (Planned Commercial District) Subd. 6. is amended to read as follows: Subd. 6. Conditional Uses. A. PCD -1 and PCD -2. Multi- residential uses. 8. PC -D Rooftop dining, subject to the following 1. A conditional use permit may not be granted for rooftop dining n a lot within 50 feet of an existing residential g 9 dwelling. The subsequent use of property within fifty feet for residential dwelling shall not invalidate the conditional use, permit or make the rooftop dining nonconforming] __Hours of operation are limited to 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. The_ ;City Council may further restrict the hours of operation based upon the proximity of the area to residential dwelling units hand upon considerations relating to the safety and welfare of residents, businesses, and other uses near the, establishment.; 3. A conditional use permit may not be granted for rooftop,, ---'dining on a lot within 50 feet of an existing residential, dwelling. The subsequent use of property within fifty feet for is residential dwelling shall not invalidate the conditional us_e Prmit or make the rooftop dining nonconforming-.' _ -- - --g nonc- -- - -- g'' 4� Speakers and amplified sound audible from other property s prohibited. 5_ The rooftop dining area shall be kept in a clean and orderlyL manner. No food or beverages may be stored on the rooftop; unless a suitable means for such storage has been reviewed, and approved by the City as part of the CUP' 9-.0] PCD -3. Automobile agencies selling new, unused vehicles. Boat or marine stores. or agencies selling or displaying new, unused boats. Multi- residential uses. Offices except offices allowed as a permitted accessory use. All non - residential uses that increase the FAR to more than 0.5. Section 4. This ordinance is effective immediately upon its passage and publication. First Reading: Second Reading: N 50th France Parking Availability February 2006 DATE: 2/8/2006 2/912006 2/9/2006 2/9/2006 2/10/2006 2/10/2006 2/10/2006 2/11/2006 2/12/2006 2/13/2006 2/13/2005 2/14/2006 2/14/2006 2/14/2006 2115/2006 2/15/2006 RAMP DAY: Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday TIME . . : 3:15 8:45 12:15 3:00 9:05 12:45 3:00 4:50 1:05 11:45 3:30 10:00 1:25 4:00 9:10 12:20 SPACES......... 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Mangen, City Clerk James B. Hovland, Mayor Please publish in the Edina Sun Current on: Send two affidavits of publication. Bill to Edina City Clerk CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Ordinance was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of , 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of 2011. City Clerk REPORT/RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item From: GORDON L. HUGHES Consent ❑ CITY MANAGER Information Only Date: JULY 19, 2005 Mgr. Recommends ❑ To HRA ❑ To Council Subject: 50TH AND FRANCE ❑ Motion ❑ Resolution ❑ Ordinance ❑ Discussion REPORT: As a follow up to the consideration of the Haugland redevelopment project and the Odeon restaurant proposal, the Council requested that the staff provide an overview of past planning/redevelopment activities at 50`h and France. At issue is whether or not the City should embark on a new round of planning for 50`h and France, particularly with respect to reuse /redevelopment/intensification of private properties. OVERVIEW OF 50TH & FRANCE MASTER PLAN The 50`h and France commercial area is probably the most extensively studied portion of the City. In fact, the first planning study of this area was undertaken in 1939 - long before the adoption of the first comprehensive plan for the City. The 50`h and France master plan (copy attached) was adopted by the City in 1975. This plan culminated several years of study by several consultants. This plan was first incorporated into the City's comprehensive plan in 1980 and was later incorporated into all subsequent comprehensive plans. It has provided the basis for redevelopment decisions ever since its adoption in 1975. In many respects, recent projects at 50`h and France represent the final stages of the implementation of the master plan. The master plan included the following objectives (among others): • Provide a separation between the commercial area and surrounding residential areas. • Provide attractive spaces for customers and businesses. This objective supported adding restaurants and professional offices. • Provide a more pedestrian- friendly environment. • Improve traffic flow through the area by developing a ring road and limiting access to parking to the ring road. • Improve the efficiency and amount of parking within the area. • Encourage private development and redevelopment on sites deemed to be under- developed. The 50`h and France master plan was based in part upon the report and recommendations of a steering committee composed of representatives of the business community. A detailed survey of property owners and merchants became the basis for many of the planning decisions. These surveys concluded that the principal problem associated with 50`h and France was "insufficient parking" and "traffic circulation." Thirty years later, these same issues continue to dominate discussion, even though significant improvements have been made to the roadway system and hundreds of off-street parking stalls have been constructed since the plan was adopted. TRAFFIC CIRCULATION The 50`h and France master plan recommended a number of improvements with respect to traffic management. In general, the main strategy of the traffic management plan involved diverting traffic destined from 50`h Street to France Avenue (or from France Avenue to W. 50`h Street) away from the intersection of 50`h and France. This was accomplished by improving the intersection geometrics and signalization of Halifax Avenue, W. 5150 Street and W. 49 1/2 Street and prohibiting on- street parking on these streets. In addition, the cross section of W. 50`h Street between Halifax Avenue and France Avenue was narrowed to encourage further the use of the Halifax/ W. 49 1/2 W. 51 Street "ring road" for traffic destined to France Avenue. This strategy served to integrate the commercial area south and north of W. 50`h Street, improve pedestrian safety and circulation, and allow significant urban design improvements and landscaping for W. 50`h Street. It also facilitated easy access to parking ramps via the ring road thus reducing congestion potentially caused by access points on W. 50`h Street and France Avenue. Three traffic- related recommendations of the master plan were not implemented or were partially implemented. First, the plan recommended the prohibition of on- street parking on France Avenue in order to allow usage of the full cross section of this arterial street for traffic movement. This recommendation has historically been opposed by the business community, although peak -hour parking restrictions are now in place between W. 50`h Street and W. 49 1/z Street. Second, the plan advocated a "mirror image" of the Edina -side ring road on the Minneapolis side of France. This did not and probably will not happen. Third, the plan recommended the prohibition of all left turns at the intersection of 50`h Street and France Avenue. This prohibition was designed to emphasize further the use of the ring road, thereby reducing congestion at the intersection of 50`h and France. Although northbound France to westbound 50`h is restricted, no other left turning 2 movements have been barred, principally due to the fact that the Minneapolis -side ring road was not implemented. TRAFFIC CHANGES SINCE THE ADOPHON OF THE MASTER PLAN As with most collector and arterial streets in Edina, 50th Street and France Avenue carry increasing volumes of traffic. 50`h Street in particular has shown a marked increase in daily traffic volumes since adoption of the master plan. Traffic counts conducted in 1974 by the Minnesota Department of Transportation recorded an average daily traffic volume of approximately 12,000 vehicles per day for that segment of 50`h Street just east of Wooddale Avenue. The most recent counts for the same segment indicate volumes in excess of 17,000 vehicles per day. Although business growth at 50`h and France has undoubtedly contributed to a portion of this increase in traffic volumes, many other factors also contribute. These other factors include, among others things, congestion on the freeway system and employment base. As to employment (i.e. the number of jobs located in a particular city) the Metropolitan Council estimates that employment in Edina grew from approximately 20,000 jobs in 1970 to over 50,000 jobs today even though Edina's population remained stable during the same period. Surrounding communities also exhibited increasing employment base. The construction of off - street public parking was a principal element of the master plan. It is interesting and very important to note that significantly more public parking has been constructed than was included in the master plan, which stated that "...400 -450 new off - street parking spaces will be provided." These new spaces were to be constructed in a two level expansion to the ramp on 5190 Street and a new two4evel ramp south of 49 1/2 Street. In actuality, the 515` Street ramp was expanded by three levels, the new 49 1/2 Street ramp was constructed with three levels, not two, and a ramp (never envisioned by the master plan) was constructed north of 49 1/2 Street. Today, the City owns nearly 1,000 off - street parking spaces at 50`h and France. ADDIHONAL PUBLIC PARICVVG Parking quantities at 50th and France are generally sufficient to accommodate the needs of the commercial area. It must be noted, however, that nearly all public parking is provided in parking ramps. In many cases, the lower level(s) of such ramps is fully occupied but ample parking is available in upper levels. This sometimes leads to the perception that no parking is available. Additional public parking on the Edina side of 50`h and France is not particularly feasible. None of the three parking ramps is capable of vertical expansion from a structural standpoint. In 1996, Walker Parking Consultants prepared a preliminary report which identified four potential locations for additional public parking: • Expansion of the ramp north of 49 1/2 Street • Construction of a ramp west of the Post Office • Construction of a ramp in the Lund's parking lot • Construction of a ramp west of the middle ramp 3 Based on their report, the City expanded the north parking ramp. Staff and the Council at that time concluded that the other alternatives for additional parking were not feasible because of adverse impacts on adjoining commercial properties, close proximity to residential properties and cost of construction. The Minneapolis side of 50`h and France has benefited greatly from the public parking provided in Edina. Although employee parking seems to be accommodated in Minneapolis, our perception is that customers of Minneapolis businesses rely on Edina ramps. If additional public parking is deemed to be needed at 50`h and France, we believe that such parking should be considered on the Minneapolis side of the commercial district. During a recent meeting with Mayor Rybak and senior Minneapolis staff, it is clear that the provision of additional public parking on the Minneapolis side will not be pursued in the foreseeable future. EMPLOYEE PARING Individuals employed on the Edina side of 50`h and France may purchase an annual employee parking permit which allows all -day parking in certain areas of the public ramps. Approximately 650 such permits have been sold so far in 2005. Employees with a permit may park in the "contract only" portion of the south ramp, portions of the third level and all of the top level of the south ramp, and all five -hour spaces in the north ramp (this comprises most of the north ramp). No employee parking is allowed in the middle ramp. Not all "permitted" vehicles are parked at the same time. Recent weekday parking counts taken showed that the number of employee vehicles parked at one time totaled approximately 275 vehicles. (This count includes vehicles with a parking sticker. Not all employees purchase permits.) Employee parking continues to utilize an ever - growing portion of the off - street parking facilities at 50`h and France. PUBLIC FIIVAIVCIIVG ISSUES Since adoption of the master plan, public improvements including ramps, landscaping, streetscape improvements, property acquisition, and utility improvements have been financed through a combination of special assessments and tax increment financing (TIF). In the past, 20 percent of public costs have been specially assessed and the balance financed through TIF. State laws governing the use of TIF have effectively removed this as a tool for future public improvements. Although the 50`h and France TIF district lasts until 2009, tax increments may only be used to repay public debt issued in 2001 or earlier. Therefore, new public improvements at 50`h and France must be financed through assessments against commercial area properties or through other, financing means which are not readily apparent. Fortunately, the City, with the financial commitment of the commercial district property owners, has done an excellent job of maintaining the public improvements at 50`h and France. costs of such maintenance activities are annually assessed against commercial area properties. As time goes by, more significant and costly maintenance work will be necessary which will require an ever increasing financial burden for property owners. 4 PRIVATE REDEVELOPMENT A significant amount of private redevelopment has occurred at 50`' and France since adoption of the master plan which has transformed this area into one of the premier shopping districts in the Twin Cities. One only needs to review the "tenant listing" contained in the master plan to understand the magnitude of this transformation. When the master plan was adopted, 50`s and France was home to five gas stations, two hardware stores, an automobile service garage and numerous businesses typical of a suburban strip center. Power lines were overhead, cars parked on 50' Street and 491/2 Street and landscaping and streetscape improvements were nonexistent. Today's 50`s and France bears little resemblance to that of 30 years ago. The master plan identified a number of properties that were underutilized and for which additional development intensity was to be encouraged. These properties were illustrated on the master plan. With the approval of the Haugland project, all of these redevelopment sites have now been completed. (It should be noted that in many cases the redevelopment sites were conceptually shown on the master plan. The actual redevelopment project may have taken a somewhat different form.) 24DDI77ONAL REDEVELOPMENT /IlVTENSIFICA770NNOTA NEW ISSUE Within a few years after the adoption of the master plan, it became apparent that property owners were interested in redeveloping and /or expanding buildings other than those identified in the master plan. Based on this interest, I prepared the attached memo dated June 6, 1978, which discussed this issue and recommended a process for regulating future developments. Since then, redevelopment at 50th and France has been reviewed according to the FAR (floor area ratio), building height and parking demand standards prescribed in this memo. Buildings which have redeveloped /intensified since then (excluding the redevelopments allowed by the master plan) have included: • Walgreen's (replaced a gas station) • Edina Realty (added second story) • Edina Theater (added auditoriums - included expansion of adjoining ramp) • CB Realty (expansion) Many other buildings have been significantly remodeled since the master plan was adopted without an increase in floor area. SL3A,L4R Y /DISCUSSION Since its adoption in 1975, the master plan has served the City and 50`h and France commercial area well in terms of guiding public investments and encouraging/regulating private investments. 50`' and France is recognized as a model for urban /suburban redevelopment and continues to be cited by other cities wishing to establish a premier downtown environment. The principal involvement of the City at 50`x' and France has been financial in nature: the provision of public parking, streetscape improvements and a limited amount of property 5 assemblage for private redevelopment. The ability of the City to utilize TIF for new public improvements or renovation of existing improvements has come to an end. Therefore, the challenge for the future is to maintain the condition of existing public improvements within the financial capabilities of the commercial area. Fortunately, these improvements have been well - maintained and should serve the commercial area for many years. The provision of adequate supplies of off - street parking continues to be one of the principal .challenges at 50" and France. The construction of additional public parking stalls on the Edina side of the commercial area is not particularly feasible. None of the existing ramps can be increased in height and the redevelopment of private property for additional parking ramps does not seem prudent. The construction of public parking on the Minneapolis side is not a priority with the City of Minneapolis. Therefore, parking capacity needs to be managed more from the demand side rather than the supply side. Among the strategies that should be considered are: • Alternative locations for employee parking, especially during the holidays. • Increased transit usage by employees. • Land uses that do not exacerbate daytime parking demands by providing private parking or which create demand primarily during evenings when supply is abundant. 50th and France has been and continues to be a hot market for private redevelopment even though Edina (unlike many other cities) has been unwilling to provide public subsidies for private redevelopments. The City should expect continued interest in private redevelopment opportunities, especially related to properties perceived by the marketplace to be underdeveloped. Private redevelopment activities at 50`h and France are regulated by the master plan, the zoning ordinance, and above referenced standards concerning floor area ratios (FAR) vis a vis parking demand. Relevant ordinance standards are as follows: • Height limit - Four Stories • Parking - Uses may satisfy parking requirements in public ramps, but buildings may not be increased in floor area unless private parking is provided. As a policy, buildings may be expanded to an FAR of 1.0 without providing private parking. • Maximum FAR - 1.5 (assuming that parking is provided). • Allowed Uses - As prescribed by zoning ordinance (most retail/entertainment/office uses.) • Residential Units - Allowed by way of a conditional use permit. The question posed by the Council is whether or not a new round of planning should take place at 50`h and France. In my view, a new 50`h and France master plan akin to that developed in 1975 is not particularly necessary or relevant at this time in that all of the elements of a public redevelopment plan have been accomplished. What is relevant, however, is an examination of the ongoing policies used by the City to regulate private development /redevelopment and parking in the area. In particular, the following issues are worthy of examination: • Current utilization of public parking, including utilization by employees, Minneapolis - side businesses and others. • Examination of ways to reduce demand on public parking facilities. • Review of the FAR standards, particularly as they relate to future parking demands. 6 I trust this memo responds to the questions /issues posed by the Council. If the Council wishes to consider these issues further, it might be advisable to refer this to the Planning Commission for their consideration. Attachment 0. ., IMMORANDUM June 6, 1978 ZOO. Housing and Redevelopment Authority FR01•1: Gordon L. ilughes, Executive Director SUBJECT: Expansion Potential at 50th and France Staff has further reviewed the potential for expansion of existing businesses at 50th and France. This matter which was discussed at past H.R.A. meetings has been prompted by the request of Frank lreiser Realty to expand its existing 4000 square foot office building to 8800 squire feet. Summary of .Facts A.- At present, Ordinance No. 811 -A61 states that 1) build- ings which existed at the time of the enactment of the Redevelopment Plan may utilize the public parking areas to satisfy their existing parking re- quirements; and 2) areas identified by the Plan as sites for'new building infill May utilize the public parking areas to satisfy their future parking requirements; however 3) existing buildings which expand may not utilize the public parking to satisfy their additional parking requirement but must pro- vide their own parking. In most cases, this ordinance effectively precludes the expansion of existing buildings at 50th and France. B. "Insufficient parking" was the most frpauentl] ntated problem expressed in a Businessmen's Census compiled in conjunction with the 50th and France Plan in 1974. its a result, the improvement of the public-park- ing supply was a primary objective of the 50th and France Plan. A secondary objccti•,e of the Plan was to increase the viabi�ity and variety of goods and services offered by w :iy of private building rehabilitation and a selected progra :a of new huildil,, infill. Thew two objectives were obviously interrelated in that the increased intGllS:if Lea Lion of the area with �dd'it1011a1 co .r.!el-cial floor area would incrc;;::e the P !rl.in� dcuutnd. Therefore, extensive studies t•?ere undertaken to c:n ltyze and fine tune the relationship botwecn available parkin;; (both exist :ins and prop-­.:,,2d) ;ind exi.r :tiny; and proposed coiiimcrcial/ oiflcce C!�ve1Clp :.gent. i;n;ed Up(.)1: L1, _;c stt :di : :; :, a net aclditi.on of about 50,000 ;'i11.I,lrC: Ci :t of r�'t :!i.l, :!.Car arca .111.1 30,000 S 1i1L11'C'. lC:'t Of c�fficc floor. 3'_ "i i be C ?i!lt;t :1'l�Ci !i O!1 ! r:; .:r :i� :i �1.!.C'.d _:i.1 "c:, •!!ld�� ?1 ::j.tC cc;lt� .,!— lai; VIiC .)!_t:Le Or Public : :t :ll _ 11 RA Memorandum - June 6, 1978 Page 2 and improved in the area commensurate with the additional commercial floor area. C. Based upon these studies, it was determined that an overall parking demand of about 3.2 parking stalls per 1000 square feet of floor area was possible. In that the.Zoning Ordinance requires 7 stalls /1000 s.f. in commercial zones and '5 stalls /1000 s.f. in office zones, staff was very concerned that the proposed parking ratio was too conservative. How- ever, due to the characteristics of the 50th and France Area, we now believe that the 3.2 stalls /1000 s..f. ratio is proper based upon recent surveys. D. Presently, the only readily available method of in- creasing the supply of parking on the Edina side of the project would. be the construction of an additional level on the southside ramp. This would provide an additional 130 spaces. Other means of increasing parking would be limited to the construction of additional ramps or th-. provision of parking in Minnea- polis which appears to be several years in the future. E. Properties were assessed for the 50th and France Improve- ments based upon the potential building size allowed by the Plan. Credits were granted for parking provided by individual businesses. F. The Edina Zoning Ordinance allows a maximum FAR of 1.5 and requires 7 parking spaces /1000 s.f. of commercial floor area and 5 park- . ing spaces /1000 s.f. of office floor area. Parking Impact of Expansion A. Based upon recent surveys, staff has determined that about 130 public parking stalls are presently under - utilized. Construction of an additional level on the southside ramp will provide about 130 more stalls. Thus, approximately 260 parking spaces pre available for future construction. B. Complepe occupancy of existing.buildings plus construc- tion of buildings allowed by thc. flan will produce approximately 65,000 square feet of retail/office floor. area. Assuming a parking ratio of 3.2 spaces/ 1000 s. f. this occup :incy /constructi, —,I will utilize about 210 parking spaces. Therefore, approxinr.tely 50 public parkins; ,paces w ill be available for the expansioI1 of b13S.1hicsSes not identified as having such a potential by the Pla n. BRA liemorandum - June 6, 1978 • Page 3 C. Staff opines that about 14 existing buildings are possible sites for expansion (Appendix 1). If all such buildings expanded to a FAR of 1.0, a net addition of approximately. 70,000 S.F. would result. Assuming a parking ratio of 3.2/1000 s.f., an additional 225 parking spaces would be required. If all such buildings expanded to a FAR of 1.5, a net addition of approximately 170,000 s.f. would result. This would require an additional 540 parking spaces. D. Obviously, all businesses will not want to expand. Due to the age and utilization of their present buildings, staff believes that perhaps 7 buildings are more. probable expansion sites (Appendix 2). The expansion of these buildings to a FAR of 1.0 would result in a net addition of about 19,000 s.f.. Assuming a parking ratio of 3.2/1000 s.f., an addition- al .60 spaces would be required. Expansion to a YAR of 1.5 would result in a net addition of 48,275 s.f. This would require an additional 154 spaces. Recommendation Staff advises, therefore, that a policy be adopted by the H.R.A. and appropriate ordinances adopted by the City, which would allow existing buildings to expand to a FAR of 1.0 and satisfy their increased parking demand by way of the public parkins facilities. Furthermore; build- ings may expand to a FAR of 1.5 (which is the maximum allowed by the Zoning Ordinance), but only if such businesses provide private parking supporting that floor area exceeding an FAR of 1.0. This private parking should be based on 3.2 spaces /1000 s.f. Concerns A. Such a policy and ordinances must apply equally to all buildings in the 50th and trance Area. Staff has opined that some buildings may be more likely to expand than others. Ilowever, this may or may not be the case. B. Sor:c c;-:ist: inL buildings produce a significant perking demand at off -peal: hours, c.1;. the. Edina Thc.iter. Conversion of this building to a peak -hour is permissible.) would greatly in- crease parking dcm3nd. C. Tile parl;i.n}1, ratio of 3.2 spaces /1000 s.f, is conL;idcrab].y than thaL rc(luirQil I).y Ur.diwji)cu. Utv.izing this ratio at 50L11 1:17))- ( ";1••11t. in -c•eas of the, city. HRA tiemorandum - June 6, 1976 Page- 4 D. This parking ratio is based upon the entire 50th and France area. Thus, the location and convenience of parking is not considered as :Lt relates to the expansion policy. E. Properties identified in the Plan as having expansion potential paid for the privilege by way of the special assessment process. Other business did riot pay for an expansion potential. Thus, an inequity from the standpoint of special assessments would result. F. On the other hand, all businesses at 50th and France are zoned C -2 which allows a FAR of 1.5. Some businesses were allowed to ex- pand to this FAR by virtue of the Plan and were allowed to satisfy their parking requirements via public parking Seas. Remaining businesses were not allowed this privilege. Thus, an "equal protection" problem would exist GLH:nr 6 -2 -78 Americana Bank Frank Kreiser Lucille Smith Business Ptoperties Edina Theater Druskin, et al Stanchfield Sheridan's Patio Village & Beauty Shop Herfurth Edina Clinic Hooten's Post Office 1st Edina APPEND. Net Parking Demand Lot Area Existing Business Floor Area FAR 1 FAD (1.5 25,400 12,480 41 82 6,040 4,000 6 16 9,250 8,184 3 18 17,000 12,937 13 40 15,640 11,960 12 37 8,000 8,000 0 13 7,840 9,860 0 6 29030 1,080 3 ' 6 8,910 4,880 13 27 14,500 8,000 18 41 6,500 5,168 4 15 10,600 4,280 20 37 17,300 6,286 35 63 50,000 33,000 55 135 199,010 130,107 223 536 APPENDIX 2 Net Perking Demand* *Assumes 3.2 spaces /1000 s.f. 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L r_n. wr Pgovw� BLFFM -4 W 1�.., %.T 17� LE6.T~ r ST­- f ot 4r.- V 1p, 4 -fifel'a, an a VKLpl@tlgljmUaLWB MEN wommomm"WAVA MEN too" PWU11WA WWU _EE50th & FRANCE 3 OEM 104 CIAL AREA PLAN Foll CITY OF EDINA nd Ij a — PLANNING / TRANSPORTATION /ENGINEERING /ARCHITECTURE December 3, 1974 Mr. Charles W. Freeburg, Chairman Hovsi t:g and Redeve i op;ient Authority of Edina Edina City Hall Edina, Minnesota Dear Mir. Freeburg: THE MYERS AND BENNETT ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO We are very pleased to transmit the "50th and France Commercial Area Plan:' S!!mmary Report" While 197 ► hat been .a critical year of planning for the area, we `eel confident that 1975 will be a year of action: acquisition, desiCn and development. We would like to acknowledge the valuable cootrihutio.,s of the 50th; and-France Steering CommittP;- and the Citizens Advisory Committee in addition to those oC your Staff. The last four months have been a very productive period for all involved. aka * u rrr r e g -r d s, D .x) Peter E. J, rvi s, A.I.P. Principal an _Yce President PEJ : iw BATHER, RINGROSE, WOLSFELD, INC. 7101 YORK AVENUE SOUTH EDINA, MINNESOTA 55435 PHONE 612/831 -2300 a B 50th & FRANCE COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ION ...................... ..............................■ � THE 50TH & FRANCE AREA: AN 1-ElST0Rl CAL PERSP C` IVE ........................... 4 PROBLEM ASSESSMENT ...... ..............................8 COALS & OBJECTIVES ......... ............................27 THE 50TH & FRANCE PLAN ............................ 29 "97 -: COMMERCIAL AREA PLA INTRODUCTION In September, 1974, BRW, Inc., was retained by the Edina Housing and Development Authority for the purpose of evolv- ing a workable plan for the 50th and France Commercial Area. (See Project Boundary Map and Perimeter Description.) PARTICIPATION A "50th and France Commercial Steering Committee" was immediately established to facilitate direct involvement on the part of the business community. Nine members were selected as geographically representative of large and small businesses, merchants and property owners. The already -in- existence Citizens Advisory Committee, represent- ing residents of the Edina Community, continued in their advisory capacity to the consultant .as well as to the staff and HRA. WORK PROGRAM I A Work Program was developed that identified key work tasks, responsibilities, and critical action dates. Thirty Techni- cal Workbooks were prepared to assist those directly involved Iin the planning process for 50th and France. As the study has progressed, the Workbook has "grown" with I each succeeding technical memorandum or map. This document is in essence a summary of the 50th and France Commercial Area Plan Technical Workbook. What follows here is a summary of the area's history; key aspects of the data inventory, analysis, and resulting problem assessment; goals and objectives statement; and the recommended plan. 1 eh d'• r -• 1412` N II N 13 F:Q*7 NIT N IG P1 15 NWI NY 2 NIA NI N3 LCD •.� — N') 11 i3 N7 116 N5 ❑ N4 W. ��3 Eft 1143 1420 i N22 N23 N,24 1227 N26 N25 IA �y a� .L H C r �1J '3 r N 26 r FF �1 t; 19 \1421 vi. 50th Q SIO SII I• t .s` A S6 1 57 S8 —S.9- OA �S12A SIIP? S 16 S12 S13 — _ S 14 S V. —7 7 17 S 15 S_J —L�• tj C) r • =i {t„ �1 ttT 4 h+ / 0 50 100 2001t. 41 c�; �v�7[T���T[z; .z'6t•: ....►►►► S 20 Ul- II'Twur " L COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN PERIM.'L :R DE SCI' lPT 1011 Commencing; at the Southwest corner of Lot 3, Block 1, Replat of Lots 1, 2, 3 6 4, Lund Kruse / Addition; thence Easterly along the South line of said plat to the Southeast corner thereof; thence Southerl'! to the Southwest corner of Lot 2, Block 1, V. H. Adam:, Addition; thence Easterly along*, the South line of said plat to the Southeast corner thereof; thence. Northerly to the Southwest corner of Lot 3, Block 1, Al lata l s lst Addition; thence Easterly along the South line or said Plat and its I,a ,tcrl eaten ^ion to a point on the East line of Lot 31, Auui.tor's Subdivision 'Ho. 172, said point being; 135 feet ?forth of the South line of said Lot 31, except strect; thence ilortherly along the East line of said Lot 31, Auditor's Subdivi Sion !To. 172, a distance of 15 feet; thence Easterly parallel with and 122.5 feet :south of the North lire of Lot 20, Auditor's Sul,divi ;ion No. 172 and its Easterly extension to the cast line of Section 13, moi,-nship :?8, Range 24; thence South along. the hart lime of said Section 1£3 to its intersection with the easter!v extension of the llortl► line of Lot 599 Auditor's Sill >divis.i.or. Ilo. 172; thence: lestc!rly almig the North lino of said Lot 59 to a point 165 feet blest of t1►e east line of said Section 1£+; thence Northerly, parallel with and 165 feet Westerly of the East line of said Section 18, a distance of 132 feet; thence I•lesterly to the Soutljc:ast corner of the South 60 feet of the West 155 feet of they East 112 of Lot 56, Auditor's Subdivision No. 172; thence Northerly to the Northeast corner of the South 60 feet of the West 155 feet of the East 1/2 of said Lot 56; thence Iesterly to the Southt-rest 1/11 of the Fast 1113 feet of the North 72 feet o(� said Lot 56; thence Northerly to a Point on the Ile.st line of the East 1113 feet of Lot 56, Auditor's Subdivision No. 1.72, said point hero, 3.£3.33 feet South of the North line of said Lot 56; thence !Iortln!e.sterl' to a point in the !forth line of said Lot 56, said point being; 157.195 feet I•lest of the Northeast corner thereof; thence horthlacsterly to a point whi.cis is located by commencing at the Ilorthl.-mst corner of the East 300 feet of said Lot 56 and bacl; sighting; the Southwest corner of the East 300 feet of said Lot 56 and deflecting to the right £3205E3' a distance of 111 +.33 feet; thence Southwesterly to the Northwest corner of the Fast 300 feet of said Lot 56; thence Westerly along; the South line of Lot, 55 and 54, Auditor's Subdivision No. 172 and their westerly extension to the centerline of Halifax Avenue; thence Northerly along; the centerline of Halifax Avenue to the Easterly extension of the Sotsth line of Lot 1, Block I, Glenview Addition; thence Westerly to the Southwest corner of said Lot 1, Block 1, Glenview Addition; thence Northerly to the Northwest corner of said Lot 1; thence Easterly along; the North line of said Lot 1 a distance of 2.39 feet; thence Northerly along the centerline of vacated alley to the South line of Lot 2, Block 1, Stevens' 1:t Addition; thence Westerly along; the South line of said I.ot 2 to the west line of the East 20 feet of said Lot 2; thence North along; the blest line of the 1'a:st 20 feet of said Lot 2 and its Northerly extension to the centerline of West 50th Street; thence Westerly along; the centerline of Ilest 50th Street to the Southerly extension of the West line of Lund Kruse Addition; thence !4ortherly to the point of beginning. 0 qP 50th & MANCE COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN AN HISTORICAL PERSPIEC IVE Traffic congestion, lack of adequate parking, underused land area, faulty building arrangement, and commercial encroach- ment on residential areas are current problems in the 50th and France area. While many urban shopping areas, with the exception of shopping centers, presently suffer from these maladies, the 50th and France area is unique in that these problems have existed and beep recognized over a 30 year period. - During this time a wide variety of studies and plans have been presented to city officials, merchants and residents, with an equally wide range of possible solutions. Most of them have been discarded because of financial considerations, the lack of initiative on the part of merchants to support certain proposals, or the zealous attempts by surrounding residents to halt the spread of commercial encroachment in the area. - As far back as 1939 the firm of Nichols and Morrell presented a "Tentative Study for Development" involving those areas adjacent to West 50th Street. The plan centered on land - scape development as well as indicating the limits of any further commercial building. In May of 1945 Morrell and Nichols presented a number of different schemes for the arrangement of streets, parking, future building placement, service roads and trees in the France and 50th Street area. In November of 1945 a public hearing was held before the Planning Commission for the purpose of discussing the possible extension of commercial-. zoning on the north side of 50th Street, the extension of Halifax, Avenue north and the location of a proposed new street (West 49-12- Street). Also discussed at this meeting was the need to establish a logical geographical boundary between the business and residential districts, to relieve traffic congestion in the area by providing additional park- ing areas, to provide an additional outlet for traffic to France Avenue, and to answer the demand for additional commercial zoning without extending business further on 50th Street. The Council implemented many of the suggestions made by the consulting firm. In January of 1947 a rezoning request for more commercial property in the southwest quadrant resulted 4. Y� rl.- COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN in the Planning Commission instructing Arthur Nichols to make a study of future parking needs and an overall plan for the block. An appropriate.plan that was satisfactory to all concerned did not surface until May of 1950, at which time it was recommended that the Council acquire certain properties for a municipal parking lot. No further action was then taken on this proposal. During the next three years, plans for the solution of traffic and pat-king problems in the northwest quadrant of 50th and France were presented by local businessmen. While none of their plans were fully implemented, the culmination of their Efforts and those of others resulted in a parking plan being presented to the Village Council in October of 1953. An audience of betvieen 250 -300 people reflected varying concerns and viewpoints on the part of the Maple Road residents and the merchants, as well as conflict within and betweer, these groups. The plan was, therefore, never implemented and new commercial development occurred instead (Firs.t National Bank of Edina and the post office). On December 14, 1953, a plan fairly satisfactory to all con- cerned, but neglecting to remedy the existing circulation and parking problems, was passed.. This compromise dealt with the area on which the existing First Natfonal Bank of Edina is situated. The major points of this compromise called for commercial rezoning of the land, the establish- ment of a parking district and buffer strips, and the dedica- tion of a house by business property owners (tile old library site) to the Village of Edina. The compromise provided more parking for the area but the increase in commercial and office floor space and consequent need for more parking More than offset this increase. The problems of traffic congestion and parking were only accentu- ated and continued to receive the at:tentior, of both merchants and city officials. Attempts to coordinate efforts with the City of Minneapolis to reduce the traffic congestion proved unsuccessful and in March, 1956, George Garton (of the then Barton and Associates) was contacted asking his thoughts on. possible solutions to the traffic problem. Barton and Associates perceived growth in the area as not folloa:ino a clearly defined pattern and a number of inconsistencies existed. The use of driveways, pedestrian crossings and other inter- ferences clogged France and 50th Street, and it was felt these interferences should instead front on a perimeter road extending from Halifax to France,. south of. 50th Street. He r 1'. Finally, in April, 1968, after another smaller special study was done by Barton- Aschman, specific proposals were m`de to the Planning Commission and Council. These proposals called for ner; and ir�nroved roc,dw�ys, additional street Iighting, new and additional traffic signals, pedestrian walkways, storm sewers , sidewalk and perimeter landscaping , area si fin- ing and public parking lots. The first part of the plan involved the building of a ring route from Halifax to France, a parking ramp and storin sewers. In January of 1969, Brauer and Associates was selected as site planner, tomldesignr• a,paek�n9Jranp11rlinnthensouthwesioquadrant was selected of the 50th and France area. &FRANCE COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN also saw the need for one continuous parking facility, more those signals. On- traffic signals and syirclironization of street parking was deemed unnecessary if off - street facilities were expanded and this would aid traffic floe.. The Septeinber a resolu- meeting of the Village Council saw the passage of street parking and temporarily tion dealing only with oil- buried any grandiose schemes of the consultant. Actions taken in the late 50.'s• and early 1960's centered on limiting the amount and tirtie of either the outl a%•ji ng of or on- street parking. This; helped to temporarily relieve traffic congestion during peak traffic Fours but a majority that traffic con- of the businesses could not be convinced gestion could be solved by parking prohibitions. Other short- term stop -nap measures were also used, such as the coordination lot striping, aisle widths, etc. of parking As the situation worsened in the area (traffic, parking, decided in September of 1965 to contract lib►•ary site) it was Garton- Aschman to do a complete study. of the 50th and with France area. The results of this study were publ i Sheri m►n titled "Recorrirenda {lions for Ii,,h,�c,verieni;. April 14, 1966, and the Edina [,us Confer ". -'fly rejior� contained ..prop��sals of for a new corir�ctor byp� .s from. Halifax to France ('West- 51 st °ary of 50th Str ~ce', and Street), location of the net: libr south the old library site for parking. The report also - the use of stated that if additional parking t•ras not provided in lire the problems could be rel ievf.' north�•rest area., none of present the report did was to affirm what public r: In essence, what officials and businessmen had been saying or years. Finally, in April, 1968, after another smaller special study was done by Barton- Aschman, specific proposals were m`de to the Planning Commission and Council. These proposals called for ner; and ir�nroved roc,dw�ys, additional street Iighting, new and additional traffic signals, pedestrian walkways, storm sewers , sidewalk and perimeter landscaping , area si fin- ing and public parking lots. The first part of the plan involved the building of a ring route from Halifax to France, a parking ramp and storin sewers. In January of 1969, Brauer and Associates was selected as site planner, tomldesignr• a,paek�n9Jranp11rlinnthensouthwesioquadrant was selected of the 50th and France area. COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN On April 14, 19G9, Brauer and Associates was contracted to do a study for a portion of the northwest quadrant in the 50th and France area. This study was completed on October 30, 1969, and was entitled "Northeast 50th and France ". This study examined the problems in this area and ultimately zeroed in on parking as the crux of the problem in this area. As a result of a severe parking deficiency and no available land for surface level expansion, it was recommended that a - parking ramp be built to accommodate the existing shortage and to allow for future commercial expansion in this area. Tile cost of building such a ramp,,I-jas deemed unfeasible owing to property owner and tenant resistance to this proposal. The co- wpletion of the parking ramp and connector street (West 51st Street) in 1970 significantly improved parking and traffic circulation in the southwest quadrant. The amount of assessment and the criteria,used for assessment, however, were felt by some parties to be unfair. The amount of assess- ment for some businesses and the yet unresolved problems of the northwest quadrant led to renewed interest and pressure for some type of program to solve these problems. In September of 1973 a number of letters were received by the City Council from property owners of the area expressing interest in redevelopment through the creation of a Housing and Redevelopment Authority. Interest was expressed in using tax increment financing as the financial tool, inasmuch as fthe businessmen in the area did not feel they could afford public improvements which would be needed for redevelopmen�. After input from the Chamber of Commerce on the need for an H.R.A. and information gathered from surrounding areas, the Council established the Housing and Redevelopment Authority of Edina, Minnesota. The H.R.A. first met on April 8, 1974, and has deeply involved itself in the 50th and France issue. COMMERCIAL AREA PLA PROBLEM ASSESSMENT The problems facing the 50th and France retail area are not unique. The problems of traffic circulation and parking, pedestrian access, maintenance, building deterioration, and overall environment are common to one degree or another to all commercial areas of this vintage. 50th and France is not yet suffering from a vacancy standpoint. Stores relocate or go out of business and the space is filled almost immediately. In light of the currently perceived economic health of the corner, the business community is commended for their recog- nition of the problems. To this end, a "census" of the businessmen was conducted to determine factors such as perceived.problems, possible solutions, potential for expansion; and relocation concerns. ..With the problems of traffic, pedestrian circulation and parking, 87% of the firms had no desire to relocate and 46% expressed the desire to expand should the opportunity present itself. One unique feature of the area is its compactness. Almost all shops are within a 500 foot walking distance of any given parking space. Even with the problems that have been identified the 50th and France area has a vitality that does not exist in many such areas. This vitality should be rein- forced by making needed improvements and by providing opportunities for selected growth and expansion of existing facilities and by attracting complimentary functions. The majority of the problems have. been identified in previous studies and some improvements have been implemented. How- ever, piecemeal improvements without consideration for other factors does not solve the total problem. The primary goal of the 50th and France Study "this time around" is to lead to an effective, comprehensive implementation program. The Problem Assessment Phase is one key step in this process. This phase is based on in depth analyses of the physical, environmental and attitudinal conditions that exist in the 50th and France area. To this end, a "census" of the businessmen was conducted to determine factors such as perceived.problems, possible solutions, potential for expansion; and relocation concerns. 9 COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN Eighty -seven different firms or business organizations were contacted, which were represented by ninety -five individuals representing 1024 employees. The breakdown of those interviewed are as follows: ® PROFESSIONAL 4 o RETAIL GOODS FUNCTIONS 41 • RETAIL SERVICE FUNCTIONS 36 o LANDOWNERS 6 As can be expected when communicating with such a diverse group, the responses were quite varied. Four leading responses deal with traffic circulation and parking. The remaining concerns are with maintenance, lack of opportunities and enforcement. Although listed separately all problems are interrelated and the solution of one without due consideration of others will not resolve the 50th and France problems. 1 9 a COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN Frequency Distribution of Stated Problems: Businessmen's Census Frequency Problem No. *% A. PARKING 86 51% 1. Insufficient Parking 64 38 2. Ramp - Accessibility /Enforcement 9 5 3. Parking Restrictions /Enforcement 8 Total 86 5 B. TRAFFIC CIRCULATION Sub Total 38 22% C. _ENVIRONMENTAL 25 150 1. Street and-Sidewalk Deterioration 16 3 2 2. Litter 3 2 3. Pedestrian Circulation 2 1 4. Lack of Amenities 5. Ineffective Rear Entrances Sub Total 25 15 D. OTHER CONCERNS 20 12% 1. Lack of Expansion Opportunity 6 3 2. Need for Edina /Minneapolis Cooperation 3 2 3. Absentee Ownership 3 2 4. Competition From Southdale 3 2 5. Coordination of Shopping Hours 1 1 6. Lack of Good Restaurants Sub Total 20 12% Total 169 100% * Percentages are of 169 toi-al responses to the survey, question dealing with problems. in I' 0 ILl- 7 ACCESS SERVICE ACCESSIBILITY PARKING CONFLICTS.. INTERSECTION W" C= TRAFFIC TRAFFIC ACCESS CONFLICTS N TRAFFIC CONFLICTS CIROU w, LATIOk CONFLICTS SERVICE C OL ONTR w9A ___1 T�* I? PARKING CONFLICTS T 4L f, TRAFFIC u �PAN CONTROL EDESTRI AFFIC qoNFLICTS A SSB ACCE ; .. ��.; . -.,% TRAFFIC' .:Ar- i-; TRAFFIC xt rmc)L. + 7 7 CONTROL COIN SERVICE x0l; ACCE :JL 9 SSI Lim ILITY a VA 7F. • DENTIFICAT N C S, RAW ACCESS LU LOCA-nom use 1 7- -SERVICE 43: vr T: ACCESSIBILITY.- to TRAFFIC" CONFLICTS \ N 4 IN BLID % TERSECTION i R" W 4p e f o �5 , TRAFFIC CONTROL 7.- r g QQ 50th a FRANCE COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN 'am' CITY OF EDINA N/ ACCEASOMM CIRCULATION SUMMARY ■ I � r ^a .! CC POST OFFICE ROAD WIDTH 39 FT. DROP BOX PARKING BOTH SIDES ui LL ft a 7 Fr,ti .•, N cn ,. !' •� , apt 1 i' , - N lO? ROAD WIDTH 42 F7. PA ING. BOTH SIDES TRAFFIC ff _ a'.:. _r Zw41I r ,�. SIGNAL 8 S z ..N.LT. , KLL - vs, B_S• 13,960 VI BUS ROUTE 12.250 VPD !— :— 8.670 VPD . t.... ttt. t.. ttt. . . . . .. . ■ tri t. tt� 1= G O ♦= G 1= D G D S 8.5 tiT. LK T. ! 6-5. ( TH�121 7:v. .. ROAD WIDTH 48 FT. 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(•!"" � 50th & FRANCE COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN ;q CITY OF EDINA _ SFELL PATRONS PARK F... ■ a m m'O0R'°�..mn sass PARKING `- PARKING SUMMARY iri.ru T 6�lN - ` �. PARKING SUMMARY iri.ru T 6�lN BUFFER RESIDENTIAL AREA 0 0 0 00 00000 0 0 0 a 0.0 0 -IMPROVE C3 PARKING LOT LACK OF IDENTITY AT ENTRY NEED PEDESTRIAN M3 ACCESS POWER LINES. = UNDERIMPROVEMENT POLES SERVICE = -NEEDS CLUTTER IM VISUALLY 10 UNATTRACTIVE TO BE SCREENED IM IM UNATTRACTIVE ,VISUAL EXPERIENCE LACK OF. UNITY & PEDESTRIAN AMENITIES =It ­.7'..'.NEED PEDESTRIAN ACCESS UNDER UTILIZED 0 S UNATTRACTIVE LACK OF IDENTITY LACK OF IDENTITY CLUTTER SITE LOT NEEDS AT ENTRY ll`�G . AT ENTRY ',%-LANDSCAP POWER Po ... �ES .... UNATTRACTIVE VISUAL EXPERIENCE NEED BUFFER Z r IMPROVE PEDESTRIAN hESIDENTlAL AREAM I g urn % PEDESTRIAN' ACCESS 9 I RL FROM E. - DSCApN(3-,5RAMP AREA UNSER F. UTILIZEDIM SITE. 12. NOTES ................ --NEED FOR IMPROVED LIGHTING -LACK OF DIRECTIONAL SIGNS UNIFICATION OF BUILDING FRONTS LACK OF EDINAIMPLS. COOPERATION -LACK OF OFFICE A PROFESSIONAL SPACE LACK OF EXPANSION SPACE _J LACK OF I AT 6WT"_ CM MOB LUCKA■4 13 50th & FRANCE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN CITY OF EDINA SUMMARY Ve MEN Z., MIDD 1 Olt1T C LA t _ 1 �. WM7lT• ! p4TaD lPifM1A °'per' Y011 K LOP! . - .� :. � Iewt !•Ie.• fr ' L f+ t _ • ` , +��.". IvsretD w -rtf[ um uwlr ::l- i • �. �T NM YTIOYL •M� E {q1L A' :.W W e, pr,.�, 1 � ¢ - - � � � t !°'� •D IK iIM101ED {T.rolm oa. Pra oEUw ! ss, ` •_` - - 1/„ >• ,i {r N� j ...a'T ' Y !t Y 4 M t• Y D] cpYPedr el M Y [ f' • `..: .n.a{s rin.lPT!! - [• ' . LE r r• s !n T, !f ; n• Y •: Y w . •� a I•DY -••• YL .��• �. !' rveTDPYYVro r fO rani „ Y! iesLY! ,.- -u Y •D••oYfP !. P•T MT wEVlw -' -, ! 'S urnY:B :L . . - rL`y" t - C Tltror! rom nom{ K. * ;- waE foeYS . tom. _+ ^ ;� • Tr r a + � .: _1 +1 • I • ! E 9H 1• zr r.. i. '°"'i° nPaeB 1 4 'C w uSP u1caL[ wTY fc Ta 1 ' t,LF. IYUrr PPPv • ' y' �, d� d'e 1) g vlr.h [F s '.L' .'. ti V,(i+'L .. !{T {n • ' t Y � _ r z _- -�,,: J. f� •nN FiY( AY. _- _ _ r ar gpra<ref �1..' _ !: -F+ : =i..�' '�, _tom '..�,t. ..+t..k.3L '1::;i .f.;�.� .'�fi�if, ss.�.: -ffi _r- r.. -7� A•� i�'�4'�4��i._�Y�:: .r..L:.�iiPa� BUILDING OWNERSHIP & 50th &FRANCE 00 M I IdLily TENNANT LOCATION COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN I. CITY OF EDINA 7. I I I C0; j�MIE ICIAL AREA f"'i_la�'� INVEtJTORY MAPS CIRCULATION SUMMARY . TRAFFIC INVENTORY MAP PARKING INVENTORY PARKING SUMMARY Eyti'IRON: "IENTAL SUMMARY BUILDING OWNERSHIP & TENANT LOCATION TENNA14T LISTING ESTABLISHMENT 1. Americana State Bank 2. Frank Kreiser Real Estate 3. Nelson Smith & Assoc. 4. Marje 5. Edina Camera Center b. Hudgin's Gallery 7. Needlework Unlimited 8. Jack Carter's Edina Barber Shop 9.. Red Barn Restaurant 10. Athena Antiques 11. Bootier & Women's Clothing 12. St. Charles Kitchen's 13. L'Unique 14. Edina Card & Gift Shop 17 DESCRIPTION Bank - lst floor, offices - 2nd floor Real Estate Interior Decorators Contemporary Horne Accessories Retail -Cards and Cameras Retail - Antiques Retail - Needlework, knitting Barber Fast Food Retail- Antiques Retail Retail -- Office Retail- Women's Clothing Retail -Cards & Gifts i s � ri . 10 F CE COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN ESTABLISHMENT DESCRIPTION 15. Christian Science Reading Reading Material & Reading Room Room 16. Fanny Farmer Candies Retail- Candies 17. W. D. Korst Jewelry Retail - Jewelry - 18. Scot -Lewis Salon Beauty Salon 19. B.A. Rose Music Co. Retail -Music Instruments 20. The Mole Hole Retail -Gifts & Home Acces- sories 21. T.V. Repair Pick Up Pickup Station 22. Tidepool Gallery Retail- Leathergoods & Gifts 23. Storm Company Retail- Picture Framing & Art Materials 24. Edina Theater Theater . 25. Bath & Boutique Retail -Bath Supplies 26. Fifty -West Coiffures Beauty Salon ' Retail- Womens Clothing 27. Jaffee's g 28. Carole Retail- Women's Clothing 29. The Children's General Store Retail - Children's Clothing 30. Edina Eye Clinic & Benson's Opticals Eye Clinic A.' Dr. Allen K. Larson B. Dr. James M. Layer 31. National Super Market Retail- Grocery 32. Edina Union '76 Gas Station Gas and Service IN S &,FR-AjNFC"�aE" COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN ESTABLISHMENT DESCRIPTION 33. Edina Professional Building Offices A. Dr. R.J. Bjoraker B. Dr. Ronald A. Peterson C.. Dr. R.M. Hansen D. Dr. S.H. Christensen -Dr. D.V. Eckels E. Dr. M.B. Hirschey -Dr. B.K. Braum F. New Adventurers Club, Inc. 34. Clancy Drugs Retail- Variety, Drugs 35. Benri Coiffures & Beauty Salon & Offices James Refrigeration Company 36. James Hager Retail- Women's Clothing 37. Lund's Grocery Retail- Groceries 38. Kruse -Gross Furriers Retail -Furs & Storage 39. Twin City Federal Savings and Loan 40. Edina Municipal Liquor Store Retail - Liquor 41. Hardware Hank Retail - Hardware 42. Vacant Vacant 43. Bermel -Smaby Realtors Real Estate 44. Wes Belleson's Retail -Men's Clothing 45. Marty's Barbers Barber 46. Above Gregg Drug Store Offices and Apartments A. Dr. C.M. Wallen B. Apartment rented to A.B. Ernston 47. Gregg Pharmacy, Inc. Retail -Drugs 48. Edina Shoe Service Shoe Repair and Retail r a row COANr MERCIAL AREA PLAN ESTABLISHMENT 49. Nelson Dry Goods 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. Gim Loong Chow Mein Country Club Beauty Shop Edina Hardware Peacock Bra Bar Peterson's Appliance Center Arthur Dickey & Associates The Sheridans Mobil Service Station Patio Village The Colonial Salon of Beauty Fun Wash (Dry Cleaning) Plaza Coins and Stamps The Print Shop (Quick Print, Inc.) Nolan's Salon of Beauty Fredrick Herfurth Real Estate DESCRIPTION Retail- Sewing & Knitting Sup' Mies Retail -Chow Mein Take -Out Beauty Salon Retail- Hardware Retail - Women's Undergarments Retail -Large Appliances Architect Antiques, Interior Design Service & Retail Gas Retail -Patio & Outdoor Furn. Beauty Salon Retail -Dry Cleaning and Laundromat Retail -Coins and Stamps Printer Beauty Salon Real Estate rws. ; 0 t; COMMERCIAL AREA PLA 21 ESTABLISHMENT DESCRIPTION 65. Edina Clinic Clinic and Offices A. Camp Lincoln Camp Lake Hubert B. M & H Equipment Co. C. Arthur Fitch - Public Accountant D. Marvin Holt, Lawyer E. Dr. C.V. Rockwell Dr. Charles Kelly Dr. W.D. Middelton Dr. M.A. Middelton 66. Hooten Cleaners Dry Cleaners 67. Edina Post Office Post Office 68. 1st Edina National Bank Bank 69. Shell Gas Station Service & Retail Gas 70. Kalland's France Avenue Service and Retail Gas Shell 71. Southwest Professional Bldg. Offices A. James Hair Fashions B. Dental Offices - J.J. Madden - G.G. Schram - F.H. Stodola C. Arthur Osberg - C.P.A. D. State Farm Mutual Ins.Co. - Jack Nichols - Dave Nelson 72. Holiday Coiffures Beauty Salon 73. Ming's Oriental Arts & Gifts Retail -Arts & Gifts 74. GTC - Service Parts Inc. Retail- Automotive parts 75. Karr Antiques Retail- Antiques 21 it 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. nip � rr a COMMERCIAL AHL:A PLAN ESTABLISHMENT Knit N' Purl Shop General Sports Sheffington's Formal Wear Bishop Travel Center Windsor Gallery Galerie Rue France The Wallpaper Studio Arnold Bing Plumbing Co. Le Petit Cafe Equinox Ski & Tennis Ltd. Edina Rexall Drugs Dr. R. A. Greene Roberts Co. Inc. (Rent -A -Tux.) The Owls Nest (gifts) Peterson Portraits Edina Television Standard American Life Bldg. A. Hosmer Brown - Attny. B. Earl J. Myhre.- Attny. C. Eugene P. Palmer - Consulting Eng. D. Muller - Ross Sales Co. E. Standard American F. Pullman Campers 22 DESCRIPTION Retail - Neddlepoint, Sewing Retail - Sporting Goods Retail- Tuxedo Rental Travel Agency Retail - picture framing and supplies Retail -Art Work Retail - Wallpaper Retail- Service Plumbing Cafe Retail- Sportswear & Equip. Retail -Cards and Drugs Chiropractor Retail- Tuxedo Rental Retail -Gift & Card Photographer Retail -T.V. Repair & Sales Offices , r M rte• Camh&F a� ��s COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN ESTABLISHMENT DESCRIPTION 93. Corner Building Offices A. David C. Bell Co. B. Minneapolis Beauty College C. Drs. Solsvig & Nelson D. Dr. D. W. Kuipers E. D. G. Perry Co. F. G & C Associates 94. Dairy Queen Retail- Restaurant 95. Holiday Gas Station Retail -Gas 96. Vacated Gas Station Vacant 97. Pearson's Restaurant Restaurant 98. Inland Realty Realtors 99. Great Sound Retail- Phonograph Equip. 100. Standard Station Retail -Gas & Service 101. Twin City Transmission Ctr. Service 102. Bachman's Retail- Floral r-,, � d 9 f`i ,e COMMERCIAL AREA PLA PROBLEM SUMMARY Parking 6 Parking facilities in the northwest area are generally overcrowded, extremely hard to use, and inaccessible to many businesses, particularly those close to France Avenue. e The parking facility serving the southeast area is not generally visible (nor adequate) nor well related to the businesses in this area. Also, additional spaces are needed to meet the demands generated there. o Access to the Post Office for short -term errands is very limited and difficult. s Short -term parking space to serve activities north of 492 Street is generally inadequate. o The existing ramp is not well signed and access- ibility is difficult. e Parking abuses exist in the ramp (inadequate enforcement, northwest employee parking, park and ride, etc.) much to the chagrin of neighboring shop owners. o Parking restrictions (4 -6 no parking zone). Traffic Circulation e Major turning movements occurring at the inter- section of 50th Street and France Avenue delay through traffic movements and impede pedestrian and vehicular circulation in the area. o Many .points of conflict between through and local traffic have developed along France Avenue and 50th Street. These points include entrances to service stations, supermarkets, liquor store, and parking area driveways. These conflicts slow the 05 FTn NJ\rf'11'11= M a tip CC)FO tEC GIRL AREA PLAN muvemenL or tnrougii traffic, make driving more inconvenient and increase traffic hazards in the area. To this we may add that the conflicts still exist, even-with the no left turns from 50th and with the parallel parking that is allowed. A major turning conflict along France exists at the entrance and exits to the Red Barn. o .Presently the serious traffic congestion occurs throughout the study area: on 49 ;2 Street, and at 49k Street and France Avenue, 4Q12 Street and Halifax and at Halifax and 50th Street and at entries and exits to parking lots in this area. In other words, there is no "most serious" location. Environmental o The most frequently mentioned item under this heading had to do with the deteriorated appearance of the shopping environment and the lack of building unification. The subject of deterioration covered such items as- building condition, trash containers, litter conditions, parking areas and overhead utiliti.es.- o Maintenance was a concern at various levels: from the condition of streets and sidewalks, lack of snow removal on Minneapolis side, litter created by Red Barn and theatre patrons, to lack of upkeep by landlord and location of trash containers. e Lack of street amenities such as street trees, lighting, benches, or similar beautification efforts. e Ineffectiveness or lack of interest in utilizing back door opportunities. o Pedestrian circulation from parking areas, particularly from parking ramp to 50th and to France, is lacking as a pleasant experience. Pedestrian and vehicular conflicts exist throughout the area. 25 COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN e Several parcels in the 50th and France area are occupied by structures that are arranged in a faulty manner with respect to inter - building relationships and /or parking convenience. Other Concerns Other concerns that were mentioned to a much lesser degree than any of the above concerns were: e Lack of adequate office space and potential room for opportunities for expansion. e Lack of cooperation'between the Cities of Edina and Minneapolis in maintenance of facilities, improvement of total area by solving problems jointly, and inequity in parking ramp assessment. e Competition from other areas, particularly. Southdale. e Lack of response from absentee landlords for maintenance and parking and environmental concerns. e Lack of eating or entertainment opportunities. o Snow and ice removal from pedestrian walkways. kjv C0,101101EFCIAL AREA PLAN GOALS & OBJECTIVES Encourage participation in an advisory capacity of all affected groups or agencies, especially surrounding neigh- bors and the City of Minneapolis, in every stage of planning and implementation. o Edina HRA ® Business People Steering Committee e Citizens Advisory Committee o Minneapolis Planning:. o Edina Planning Commission e Edina City Council Create a separation between the business district and the residential district while establishing both physical and psychological barriers to future commercial encroachment into residential neighborhoods. o Commercial facilities and parking service areas should be buffered from residential areas. o Commercial traffic onto residential streets should be minimized. Provide an attractive physical and economic environment within the neighborhood center concept and thereby attempt to increase viability and the variety of goods and services offered. O Maintain neighborhood center concept. o Retail speciality functions should be improved. o Additional restaurant facilities should be provided. o Professional office space should be provided. o Revitalize obsolete structures. Improve the human aspects of the commercial district such as pedestrian traffic flow,.walkways, and safety, elimina- tion of improper signage and overhead utilities and other forms of blight, and landscaping. o Improve visual image of buildings. o Provide attractive landscaping throughout center. o Provide appropriate and coordinated street and area lighting. n� ~�5 cOMI E IcIAL {��A PLAN o control signage in both Minneapolis and Edina. o Screen loading and service facilities. e Encourage improved maintenance activities. o Unify area through use of planting, street and sidewalk improvements, pedestrian amenities, lighting. .Provide a general improvement to the utility and roadway system which will reduce congestion and improve circula- tion in the business district. o Vehicular exits-and entrances to parking lots should be eliminated or combined to improve traffic flow. o Vehicular and pedestrian movements should be separated. o Loading and service areas should he separated from traffic and pedestrian areas where feasi- ble. 9 Eliminate traffic conflicts at 492 and Halifax. e Improve traffic flow on 50th Street and France Avenue. e Improve ramp visibility. o Expand off- street parking facilities on Minneapolis side. Finance the redevelopment of the project area by use of tax increment financing method and other means available to the Housing and Redevelopment Authority, acting by itself or in cooperation with the City of Edina, so that the public redevelopment cost of the project will be paid within 20 years and so that a long term physical and fiscal benefit will result. Implement the plan so that the least disruption to businesses, consumers, and residents occurs while pursuing as rapidly as possible the physical completion of the project. 1 The above stated goals were developed by the Edina Housing and Redevelopment Authority with participation from the 50th and France businessmen and the Citizens Advisory Committee and are consistent with those adopted by the Planning Commission on March 6, 1968, from the Barton, Aschman Study of April 14, 1966. COitllIMER ,IAL AREA PLAN THE 5OTF1 St FRANCE PLAN The 50th and France Commercial Area Plan (December 3, 1974), depicted on the following page, graphically portrays the essential elements for a redevelopment program. The sections that follow add substance and clarification to the map exhibit. LAND USE The land use element of the.plan emphasizes a strengthening of the uses and structures that are in place. Private building rehabilitation in conjunction.with a selected program of new building infill affords maximum opportunity' for redevelopment of the project area by private enterprise, consistent with the sound needs of the City as a whole. The, acquisition plan is held to the absolute minimum foreseen as necessary to implement the redevelopment program. Those parcels in the southwest corner of 51st and France and west of Halifax are scheduled for residential reuse. All others (see the Building Ownership /Land Acquisition Map) are scheduled for parking or intersection improvements. The land use changes will result-in a net addition of approx- imately 50,000 square feet of retail floor area and 30,000 squre feet of office -floor area. URBAN DESIGN The Urban Design element of the plan refers to several aspects under this general heading. First, it refers to the design and implencntation of elements necessary to enhance the pedestrian's experience such as walkways, light- ing, planting, seating and related amenities. Second, a major plaza is contemplated as a central focus for the area in which social and cultural activities could occur. All overhead utilities will be placed underground to further increase the visual and physical attractiveness of the area. nA I gt.. a7 ;• i� i. �1;,■ 17� YWY LfG■ WM � � � WM PN � W7Y Wf i+M � RA PROVIDE LANDSCAPE SLFFER—­� .. .. :. INCREASE INTERSECTION RADII 'Not ON STREET PARKING ' 49 If2TH ST. .'!- ,REVISE INTERSECTION IMPROVE ■ ■ TRAFFIC FLOW ■ ■ ONE,WAT.FLOW r 2 LEVEL PARKING 0 ■ �• ^'" FROM SAKK�.: e Q ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■. ■■ - ■ I. ■ ■m ■■■■■w ■ . -� .� `. L, .. • ....r ,� ■ . 4.000 SF W RETAI i 4, I C. ■ PLAZ �• , INCREA . hV1 1 p •'•.SE '� JC -. E INTERSECn: RADO ov Im to ••t� q._„_ ..1� - - - -- SUS- 57QP.OROI1P��O,,F,,F���pp y �. � 1 _ ®'L"ii ® , -.. V'.d■ Vii `' F+.fl ■...■ �■IW .at:�/ + . �1 .... ,• I- r ` ._� RETAIL ■ RED 11 t 1' ■9.0003FI 2 PROVIDE LANDSCAPE BLFFER --; ■ �THRC PARKING w m w om ■ E ■■ l RETA RESIDENTIAL {. < 4'11.900 S.F. F( • �''� . 30.000 S.F. PRO/W. 11,BOOI9F. I 14 -10 UNITS LL t T EX STING � As PARING t ,. :.� 1•'�f?" :' +� ■".Ili 0 ri_alk - N j i ,_• fI •� 12ND -OPTI6N:CLO HALIFAX p� J PROIOi IT SE + , 4 - ^ I• ..ON,ST81! T%p ARKING 1, 0A. r a 4* REALIGN 6TREET a. • - yr�Y `Yt LA, • ati. TAPER TO ROVE "SITE- LINE T. Tl'i;� •'o' -•' „r �i” `�. •; 'P' •r.'{ 6 N 1 RESIDENTIAL �'T1` ' i h • e < -1+•cl i' 1"w • 29200 S.F. :ti 1 r ,.9 r.. `'c �•` f� ..� • :4 w 17-116 UiiTS 1" •1- ^� lS , , ^` n ', l `r • v J i �..i � •. PROVIDE LA, PE BIFFERL��� 50th & FRANCE . 9 DEG. 1974 COMMERCIAL AREA PLAN #� CITY OF EDINA I•'� 11y 1 i� •,�� r� { 4i, •.Iti. � f A BOTH ST. lam L air';► � ;� R I� l t '. NO CW STREET PARKING I - i ,Qa r • eI fit`- _' IT '' tF � 1 ' T - uf• it i . lt'•. qii 6197 9L V ; mu� It ON ITf. � [ � �!+tT� :FN ytL f v r f : i1 z■// r...�rorM'• fYY i .S,YW1nIWi+'- '�`s.S:q+Wr4ar.>•"1.i s ■ a em® fwK■An ■ ■■ Old ■AIAI/A7/ uroWAM 50th & FRANCE OLAN ;M CITY OF EDINA ® wo ra.. BUILDING OWNERSHIP & TENNANT LOCATION LrL-"immll !r rim ��� « ®� F//�m loSol W Seto Mi 4K - e •.. .� 50th & FRANCE OLAN ;M CITY OF EDINA ® wo ra.. BUILDING OWNERSHIP & TENNANT LOCATION LrL-"immll !r rim ��� « ®� F//�m loSol olows 50th & FRANCE OLAN ;M CITY OF EDINA ® wo ra.. BUILDING OWNERSHIP & TENNANT LOCATION LrL-"immll !r rim ��� « ®� -•. �TN R.,t�ICID COI � R.wEto oa .tu n.tsw t M R 50th & FRANCE OLAN ;M CITY OF EDINA ® wo ra.. BUILDING OWNERSHIP & TENNANT LOCATION LrL-"immll !r rim ��� « ®� FP CUr;IMERCIAL AREA ULAN Landscaping would be utilized to unify and define the 50th and France area. This can be accomplished througli 'the planting of street trees on the major streets, in conjunc- tion with street furniture, new lighting and graphics. In addition, landscaping will provide the buffer between the residential and commercial area. Open and enclosed walkways will provide pedestrian access from parking areas to and through structure s,.to sidewalks. These walkways will be enhanced through -th'e' addition of planting and lighting along with special surface treatment. Pedestrian spaces will be developed *as an'integral part of the walkway system. These spaces will occur at walkway intersections and will include elements similar to those discussed above. A design framework will be developed to guide the private renovation of store fronts and rear entrances, as well as to ensure the appropriate design of the new building infiil. PARKING AND CIRCULATION 50th Street will be reconstructed to facilitate smooth traffic flow. No congestion will exist due to on- street parking and curb cuts. Left turns at France will be pro- hibited. To further relieve the parking and circulation problem the plan addresses itself to the improvement of traffic circu -- lation in the northwest quadrant by reconstructing Halifax on 492 Street thereby providing smooth traffic flow "around" the intersection.. All on- street parking will be prohibited in this area as viell. Approximately 400 to 450 new off- street parking spaces will be provided. Two additional levels will be added to the existing ramp and a new two level ramp will be constructed in the nur• hveest quadrant of 50th and France. ;., Finally, the addition of traffic signals at key intersections f` (France and 492; France and 51st) will be installed to facilitate turning movements, and, in general, improve access to France Avenue. -, 7 rmz�) RELOCATION The Housing and Redevelopment Authority of Edina accepts its responsibility under State and Local law for reloca- tion and gill administer relocation operations for families, individuals, and businesses to be displaced. The Housing and Redevelopment Authority in and for the City of Edina certifies that there are available,-or will be provided, in the project area or in other areas not less desirable i n regard to p'ubl i s uti l i ti es and publ i s and commerci a 1 facilities and at rents or prices within the financial means of the families displaced from the project area, decent, safe and sanitary dwellings at least equal in nui- ber to the number of such displaced families. The requi�*re- ments of the Federal Uniform.; Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, acts amendatory thereof, and regulations adopted pursuant thereto will be c.ompl ied with. Relocation personnel will be conveniently available for site occupants. Interviews will be conducted with site occupants to determine their relocation needs and to give them i��for- rnatian regarding their rights relative to relocation services and payments. All relocation housing sha11 be.inspected before families are referred. No referrals shall be made to substandard housing. Referrals shall be given only to decent, safe, and sanitary housing which shall be accessible to the-place of employment of the primary wage earner and, in an area which is not less desirable v.ith regard to public utilities and public and commercial facilities than those existing in the area from which the families are being displaced.. and at rents and prices within the financial means of the families displaced. METHOD OF FINANCING The gross cast: of the acquisition and redevelopment to be done in the project area F:ur_rL1c �o the plan is presently estimated at approximately .x3,000,000, of which it is estimated that approximately $(00,000 will be received upon disposition of properties within the area leaving a riot f)1r0ject cost presently est.i-ti at appr•i:;:imately $2,200 00r). 33 X01 ��� li �l'�.'r i rte• � r ,� lil % V a � 1 `s�tLrac COIR."iNrEt`IGIAL AI Erg. PLAIN It is proposed that the public redevelopment cost of the project should be paid by the issuance of general obliga- tion bonds of the City of Edina, upon request of the Authority as the need appears, under the provisions of Minnesota Statues, §462.555, Chapter 475, and other appli- cable lay; with a bond pay -off term presently estimated to be approximately 20 years. The county auditor will be requested, in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, §462.505, to certify the assessed valuation of all taxable real property witihin the project Area as most recently determined, in order to fix the "original taxable value "; to include no more than the original taxable value of such real property in the assessed valuation upon which he computes the rates of all tares levied are the area in 1974 and each subsequent year, to extend all rates so determined against: the entire assessed valuation of such real property for each such year; and to remit to the Authority that proport.ion of all taxes paid in each such year on such real property that the excess of the then current assessed valuation over the original taxable value bears to the total current assessed valua- tion. The amounts so remitted each year, referred to herein as "tax increments," shall be segregated by the Authority in a special account on its official Kooks and records until the public redevelopment cost of the project, including interest on all money borrowr;d by the City or the Authority therefor, has been fully paid, and the City has been fully reimbursed from the tax increments or revenues of the project for any principal and interest on said general obligation bonds that it may have maid from taxes levied on property outside the Project Brea. Such payrient shall be reported to the county audi tor, - :•fIro shall thereafter include the er. ire assessed valuation of the Project Area in computing, extending, and remitting taxes. All tax increments received by the Aut.lhor-ity with respect to the Project Area, and all revenues received from lands in the Project Area while owned by the Authority, shall be pledged and appropriated by it for the payment of the principal of and interest on said general obligation bonds 34 /` 'i"° COMPAEFIVAP.L AREA PLAN to be issued by the City in aid of the project. Such pledge shall be made by written agreement between .the Authori ty and the Ci ty Counci l , f l ed wi th the county auditor. It is contemplated that of the presently estimated gross cost of approximately $3,000,000, approximately 20 %, or, by present: estimates, approximately $600,000 (which sum is a part of the $800,000 referred to in the first para- graph of this section) will be received from the City of Edina in payment of the cost of public parking ramps and other facilities to be conveyed to the City; and that the City will obtain funds to pay this cost by the levy of special assessments upon properties specially benefited by the provision of those facilities, in.amounts propor- tionate to and not exceeding the benefits to the respective properties, and by the issuance of general obligation improvement bonds of the City in anticipation of the levy and collection of those special assessments, in accordance with the provisions of Minnesota Statutes, Chapters 429 and 475. TOP -- ���j:? •� ♦ � � ~ � WPM WC_'�.•.. S�/ Y > ,� _7 .'J. '•1 �� � 1 - -. II ,l ok , 17N .11 AIM t { n lIH9t� r, f 71 I& d r 9 . IS, A. 50th & France Area 01 N 200 100 0 200 Feet W E S �; l�oW� - i�� J C IT Y ENS rNEEA PAEMOUTI&P 50th& France Commercial Area Parking Presentation to Edina Planning Commission February 23, 2011 MUCIYV OF E®IDIA Agenda I. City Code —1215 II. Commercial Areas a) Grandview b) 50th and France III. Reimbursement for work a) Yearly Special Assessment IV. Parking Availability V. Future Issues VI. Questions ➢1 JI Grandview Maintenance Area. r4 �# 1 .� r4. A F.�K� ��.� t ' '♦ a� 4!•� :�'y`i.�li 'is �c' i� F E � (.a�Y:,��_��yj X11 i� '.3? 501" & France Maintenance Area® O0 067V ®P 1-:02MA Reimbursement for Work 50th & France ® Example of annual cost: 30,000 SF Building (grocery) ® $ 23,000 139000 SF Building (realtor) m $ 10,500 Edina Liquor ® $ 45000 O0 C67V OF EDINA Parking Availability' Available Public Parking a 50th & France: Types of parking: Contract (permit) Parking 2 -Hour Parking 5 -Hour Parking Top Level — Permit or 5 -hour plus Total Public Parking Spaces Available ® 1,053 Total Public and Private Parking Available =',283 spaces M :: CITY OF EDINA Parking Availability Tj � �- �Tt, RAMP SPACES AVAILABLE North Ram .49 112 St. Contract available spaces) 120 Minute 13 5 Hour 163 o p Level 79 otal S aces Available Per Ramp 255 North Ram Can CITY OFEDINA Parking Availability Cal LY SURFACE LOTS 49 1/2 Street & Halifax Liquor Store Parkin Lot SPACES 36 15 Surface Lots Go CITY OF EDINA or Shared Parking Model: OR (as CITY OF EDINA R Future Maintenance Parking Issues ............. ................ - - - - - - - - - - - - Future Maintenancel Capital Improvement Program: ■ Streetscapes Parking Issuesl J�l m City of Edina Streets and Parks 1215.04 Section 1215 - Work within the 50th & France Commercial Area 1215.01 Definitions. The following terms shall have the stated meanings: 50th & France Commercial Area The area within the City included within the plan prepared by the Housing and Redevelopment Authority of Edina, Minnesota, entitled "50th & France Commercial Area Plan", dated December 3, 1974. Grandview Commercial Area. The area within the City included within the plan prepared by the Housing and Redevelopment Authority of Edina, Minnesota, entitled, "Grandview Area Redevelopment Plan", dated May 30, 1984. Parking Facility. City owned lots, lanes, ramps, and accessories on the surface, above ground, and underground. 1215.02 Items of Work. In addition to the items of work described in Subd. 1 of Subsection 1200.06, the City may undertake any one or more of the following items of work in the 50th & France Commercial Area and the Grandview Commercial Area pursuant to Chapter 59, State Laws of 1983: A. Removal of snow, ice, and refuse, including litter, from sidewalks, streets and parking facilities. B. Elimination of weeds from any and all streets, sidewalks, and private property. C. Removal or elimination of any public health or safety hazards from private property. D. Trimming and care of trees and the removal of unsound trees. E. Repair of sidewalks and alleys. F. Operation, including maintenance and repair, of City owned lighting systems, streets, sidewalks and public parking facilities. 1215.03 Payment Plan. All costs incurred or to be incurred for the work, as the Council by resolution shall determine to charge, shall be charged semiannually, or with such other frequency as the Council by resolution shall determine, to each owner of each separate lot or parcel of land within the 50th & France Commercial Area and the Grandview Commercial Area, in proportion to the benefits conferred upon the lot or parcel. If any charge is made for a cost to be incurred and, based upon subsequent actual costs, is found to be excessive, subsequent charges shall be reduced by such excess; and if deficient, subsequent charges shall be increased by such deficiency. Any charge not paid in full by September 10 of each year shall be levied as a special assessment against the lot or parcel of land benefited. 1215.04 Assessment of Unpaid Charges. On or before September 15 of each year, the Clerk shall prepare an assessment roll assessing against each separate lot or parcel of land within the 1215-1 Chapter 59 - Revisor of Statutes Minnesota Session Laws Key: (1) language `e be deleted (2) new language 1983, Regular Session Laws of Minnesota 1983 Page 1 of 2 Search CHAPTER 59-- H.F.No. 413 An act relating to the city of Edina; allowing the city to make special assessments against certain benefited property. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: Section 1. [EDINA; SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS.] The city of Edina may by ordinance choose to exercise the powers provided by this section in place of those provided by Minnesota Statutes, section 429.101, subdivision 1, but in accordance with the provisions of section 429.101, subdivisions 2 and 3. In addition to any method authorized by law or charter, the city may provide for the collection of unpaid special charges for all or any part of the cost of snow, ice, rubbish or litter removal from public sidewalks, streets or parking facilities, weed elimination from private or public property, including the elimination of aquatic weeds from private or public property, removal or elimination of public health or safety hazards from private property, excluding any structure included under the provisions of Minnesota Statutes, sections 463.15 to 463.26, installation or repair of water service lines, street sprinkling, sweeping, oiling, or other dust treatment of public streets or alleys, including incidental maintenance work, the trimming and care of trees and the removal of unsound trees within any public rights -of -way, boulevards or sidewalks, the treatment and removal of insect infested or diseased trees on private property, the repair of public sidewalks and alleys, the operation, including maintenance and repair, of lighting systems for public streets, sidewalks or parking facilities, or the operation, including maintenance and repair, of public parking facilities, public parks and related facilities, as a special assessment against the property benefited; provided that special charges may not be levied against detached, single- family housing for the operation, maintenance or repair of public parks and related facilities. The council may by ordinance adopt regulations consistent with this section to make this authority effective, including, at the option of the council, 11 -- - /1_____ /n. —cn 0_ --'-- ---- !'�1__--`- -• °-- ---- -1n0'7 0_�__.. —!1 nNY1/*1n11 Topic: Rooftop Dining Date Introduced: February 9, 2011 Date of Discussion: February 9, 2011 Why on the list: The City Council adopted an Ordinance establishing a moratorium to temporarily prohibit rooftop restaurants within the City of Edina. (See attached moratorium.) History: Interest has been expressed by the Barrio Restaurant located at 5036 France Avenue. The adjacent property owner of the condominiums at 50th and France expressed concern in regard to locating a rooftop restaurant so close to residential property. As a result the City Council passed a moratorium, and directed staff to conduct a study to determine if rooftop restaurants should be allowed in the City of Edina, and if so, how should they be regulated. Barrio Restaurant is located 88 feet from the adjacent condominiums. Salut Restaurant is located 20 feet from the condominiums. The Edina Grill is located on the lower level of the condominiums. (See attached photographs.) Rooftop dining is currently considered a permitted use, similar to outdoor dining. The City of Edina does not have any existing rooftop dining establishments. Staff has been asked about doing rooftop dining in the past; however, in each instance they have not been constructed due to the inability to meet fire and building code requirements. The cities of Minneapolis and Wayzata currently have rooftop dining establishments; however, they are not located adjacent to residential areas. (See attached photos.) Decision Point: Should rooftop restaurants be allowed within the City of Edina? Options: 1. Prohibit rooftop restaurants within the City. 2. Allow rooftop restaurants to continue as a permitted use. 3. Allow rooftop restaurants as a conditionally permitted use. For Discussion: Staff has done some research and found that, similar to Edina, most cities in the Metro area do not regulate rooftop dining specifically. Only the Cities of Minneapolis and Medina were found to mention rooftop dining in their ordinances. In Minneapolis they are a permitted use, and must be at least twenty (20) feet from a residential area. The outdoor dining must be screened from the residential use. The City of Medina simply "encourages" rooftop dining associated with restaurants. The following is a survey of cities regarding outdoor dining and how it is regulated. A rooftop restaurant would be considered outdoor dining: City How is outdoor dining permitted Is parking required? Parking Requirements Apple Valley CUP in mixed use areas Yes 1 per 5 seats Blaine CUP Yes 1 per 200 s.f. Bloomington* Permitted Use No Columbia Heights Permitted Use No Coon Rapids Permitted Use 1 Yes 1 per 2 seats or 1 per 2.5 seats if liquor Cottage Grove CUP with liquor Yes Half of the required seating for restaurant Eagan Permitted Use No Hopkins Permitted Use No Lakeville Permitted Use Yes 1 per 40 s.f. Maple Grove Permitted Use (If in a PUD an amendment is re q.) No Minnetonka ** CUP No Same as restaurant seating Burnsville CUP for over 50 seats Yes if over 30 seats Same as restaurant if over 30 seats New Brighton Permitted Use Yes Same as restaurant seating Plymouth Permitted Use Yes 1 space per 4 seats Robbinsdale CUP Yes 1 space per 8 seats or 1 per 200 s.f. whichever greater St. Louis Park Permitted Use Yes if over 500 s.f. Same as restaurant seating Eden Prairie CUP Yes '/2 -1/3 the seating capacity Wayzata Permitted Use Yes 1 space per 40 s.f. Edina Permitted Use No Minnea olis * ** Permitted Use No * Bloomington requires a 100 foot setback to residential parcels. ** Minnetonka requires a 200 foot setback to residential parcels. ** *Minneapolis requires a 20 -foot setback to residential parcels. As shown above, regulation of outdoor dining is not consistent among cities. Seven (7) cities require a CUP, and thirteen (13) allow them as a permitted use. Twelve (12) cities require parking and eight (8) cities do not. 4 Parking within the 50th and France area is becoming more difficult at times, as more restaurants are opening in the area. If rooftop dining were to be allowed, it could potentially double the size of the restaurant below during the spring and summer months, which could impact the parking in the area. The existing outdoor dining areas at 50th and France and other areas of town are relatively small and have not caused an impact on parking. The City of Edina has not required additional parking for outdoor dining areas. The policy has been that outdoor seating does not generate the need for additional parking; rather, it gives an existing customer an option for seating. However, a larger outdoor dining area could potentially impact parking. As noted in the attached articles from cities across the country, rooftop dining can be controversial when residential areas are located adjacent to the property. Issues regarding this type of use include noise, hours of operation, distance from residential uses, lighting, trash, and parking. Should the City wish to pursue this type of use as allowed within the City of Edina, it would seem appropriate that it be a conditionally permitted to ensure review by planning commission and city council, to minimize impact on adjacent properties. It would seem appropriate that any large outdoor eating area also require a conditional use permit. A "large" outdoor easting area could be based on the number of seats or the square footage, similar to Burnsville or St. Louis Park. Should the planning commission wish to pursue a change to the Zoning Ordinance, staff would draft and ordinance based on the discussion at the work session, and bring it back to the planning commission for additional consideration. RESOLUTION NO. 2010 -52 RESOLUTION DIRECTING COMPLETION OF A STUDY ON THE REGULATION OF ROOFTOP RESTAURANTS AND PREPARATION OF OFFICIAL CONTROLS BASED UPON THAT STUDY City of Edina WHEREAS, the City does not have specific regulations concerning rooftop restaurants. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina as follows: 1. The City planning staff is directed to conduct a study to determine if rooftop restaurants should be allowed and if allowed how rooftop restaurants should be regulated within the City. 2. Based upon the study, the City staff and the City Attorney are directed to prepare a draft of any appropriate amendments to the C 's official controls for consideration by the City Council. Adopted by the Edina City Council this 6th day of July, 34- l Attest. Debra A. Mangen, City C rk ovland, Mayor STATE OF MINNESOTA) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN )SS CITY OF EDINA ) CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Resolution was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of July 6, 2010 and as recorded .in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand, and seal of said City this day of City Clerk City Hall 4801 WEST 50TH STREET EDINA, MINNESOTA, 55424 -1394 www.cityofedina.com 952 - 927 -81361 FAX 952 - 826 -0390 TTY 952 -826 -0379 - i 6arno WW 4 �\ I All ME. 1 140, Lv 41 A WAN. ' fi W 0. 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Page 1 of 3 Weather. , BOULDER, CO I Nov, 37-F I High 42-F I Low 23-F 15 -Day Forecast Mobile I Contact Us I Submit I E- Edition I Email Newsletters I Subscriber Services I Advertising Into I1 4 This Site Web Search powered by YAHOOI SEARCH Home News Sports Buffzone Opinion Business Entertainment Lifestyles Recreation Events Milestones i E001 :MARK f ,,,,,t - E, a 1 r Font Reslze (2) Comments Ttv@ Aare Longmont's 7 West Pizzeria & Pub introduces city's first rooftop dining space By Bruce Leaf For the Camera Posted: 07/14/2010 08'.45:16 PM MDT Longmont s 7 West Pizzeria a Pub opened a rooftop eating area for diners last month. They love it It s been full almost every night, owner Ed Behlmann said People are asking to go up there. (Kira Horvath) The new rooftop deck at 7 West Pizzeria & Pub is something new for Longmont, and it has received a wann welcome from diners, owner Ed Behlmann said "They love it It's been full almost every night," he said "People are asking to go up there" The deck and bar on the building at 526 Main St can seat 86 people at umbrella- shaded tables on about 1,400 square feet. It is the first rooftop deck built on a restaurant in the city, Behlmann said He said he'd been thinking about adding a seating area and bar on the roof for a while but it wasn't until December, when he learned that the city's zoning allowed it, that the Idea kicked into high gear. City inspectors told him if he wanted to build a deck on the roof, he would need to add a second set of stairs and a sprinkler system throughout the building due to the increased seating capacity Construction began May 10 and the rooftop opened to diners June 28 The architect, Peter Carey of Carey Design Studios in Gunbamel, said he dealt with a number of variables while designing the deck "It was an old building so we had to bring it up to code for safely reasons," he said. "Exiting the structure and locating the staircase, and how It would work with the rest of the restaurant, were concems. And cost was a factor, too. "We wanted the aesthetics to look nice and fit in with the other buildings in the area. It was first rooftop deck downtown so we wanted to raise the bars for others to follow." Rooftop decks on restaurants are popular in Boulder and lower downtown in Denver, and Carey said he thinks the idea will catch on in Longmont "We tried to make it a real fun place to be and encourage people walking by to look up and come in for a cocktail." he said It took about a month to design, which Carey said was a bit rushed, but it was important to have it open for the summer season, Carey, who serves on Longmont's Historic Preservation Commission, said that while his firm has designed restaurants before, this was his first rooftop deck on an eatery . "I was excited to be part of that," he said. It was also the first such project for contractor Elliott Silver, owner of Lafayette -based Silver Contracting. The weight of the deck rests on steel beams that stand on steel pads anchored to concrete footers at ground level, he said "As we did the work, we could see the different remodeling phases done on the building, stuff people had done 30 or 50 years ago," Silver said 'On the ground, we had to break through the concrete and a couple feet under it was what looked like an old brick patio. It could have been the original Main Street." :7 Godr `RW -P .. =a Print Email -A Al Font Resize Return to Top http://www.dailycamera.com/business/ci—I 5 516981 Shop Homes Jobs Cars Classifieds Google looks to threats 153econd Pinch Mediterranean Market Google CEO to step down Co- founder Larry Page to take company's reins Warman to sell heaftNer food Tax breaks will make ratonn d,fficuft SparkFun Electronics growing dg In Boulder Economy ends 2010 on high note 15 second pitch. 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CU- Boulder students graduating faster 10M 1.09lu 1, .Ufflhl� -11 $29 for Three Body Toning, at _ Bunning MR1111" Workout Classes at Pure Barre Boulder pure barge 1/24/2011 Zoning panel not sold on roof deck for Preservation Pub I Property Scope I knoxnews.com 00000,"— moo 900NOW.�- �moo� Page 2 of 5 The Historic Zoning Commission has turned down Preservation Pub's request for a new rooftop deck -- for now, anyway. As reported last month, the watering hole at 28 Market Square is hoping to build an outdoor seating area for 49 people on the roof of the two -story building, along with a garden to grow herbs and vegetables for the pub food. At last week's meeting of the HZC, Market Square District Association president John Craig didn't specifically take a position on the pub's request but said the association strongly favors consistent enforcement of design guidelines for the Square. Craig specifically cited guidelines for historic properties issued by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, which state that "rooftop additions are almost never appropriate for buildings that are less than four stories high." Ironically, though, the Square already has some rooftop decks, including one on a building owned by Craig's development company, Segundo Properties. In an interview last week, Craig said that the Secretary's standards didn't say anything about roof decks at the time when he redeveloped 29 Market Square several years ago, and he compared the standards to the IRS tax code, which is constantly updated. Jo en BI, Er Cr Pr SE W pe W .A http: /iblogs.knoxnews.com/flory/2011 /01 / zoning _panel_not_sold_on_roof.html 1/24/2011 Zoning panel not sold on roof deck for Preservation Pub I Property Scope I knoxnews.com Page 3 of 5 As for the pub property, he praised Scott and Bernadette West for their investments Privacy P downtown, adding that the discussion is really about "the process, and making sure that we've got ourselves on a path so that we can say, 'Yeah, here's how these decisions are going to get looked at." At last week's meeting, West said the pub -top deck is an effort to improve downtown, adding that "I've never done anything to try to make Market Square fail." The commissioners appeared to be split, with one citing a concern about the views of "funky little sheds" sitting on the Square's rooftops, but another arguing that "you can add on to buildings without ruining them, if it's done carefully." The discussion also noted that 4 Market Square, which underwent a major rehab a couple of years ago has a rooftop deck. Laurens Tullock, who heads the foundation that played a lead role in the project, said last week that the deck is for building residents, and not the public. He added that the project was presented to every government commission that the city's building inspection and fire officials told them to appear before. As for Preservation Pub, commissioners denied its request without prejudice, so project backers can try again. West said after the meeting that "we'll come up with a plan that will benefit everybody." KNS photo /Michael Patrick Posted by Josh Flory on January 3, 2011 at 2:03 PM I i sHRRE © t e. Comments In early design phases of 37 Market a roof top deck and studio were proposed but ran into stiff opposition if not outright "we won't approve it" because of the Dept of Interior's Historic Guidelines. At the time we thought it would be "cool ". In hindsight I am not as positive. There are some roof top decks on Market but I understand those were pre- historic zoning perhaps and most if not all are not visible from the level of the square. Is 4 Market square 3 or 4 levels? So, is Market Square going to remain its historic character or just do whatever? a herb garden is not much concession to the secretary of the interior. http: //blogs.knoxnews.com/flory /2011 /01 /zoning _panel not sold_on roof.html 1/24/2011 Distaste for dining on the rooftop - Baltimore Sun Advertisement THE BALTI:i19011 B SUN ' ARTICLE COLLECTIONS You are here: Sun Home — Collections City Officials Ads by Google NOWNESS Art of Gastronomy Join NOWNESS Todayl The Leading Site for all things Culture & Art. www. Nowness. comlGa stronomy Furniture Sale at Macy's Find Casual, Modem & Classic Fumiture at Macy's — Top Qualityl Macys.00m /Fumiture Restaurant Coupons Amazing Daily Deals. Get 90% off at Local Restaurants. 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FEATURED ARTICLES 1 City council OKs sidewalk dining September 13, 1995 Bei]ing in Stride November 4, 2007 Council to vole on proposal for sidewalk cafes Septernber t0. 1995 POPULAR TOPICS • Municipal Bonds Ted Williams Sarah Patin Belmont Fake Cigarettes Quit Smoking State Rankings In Education Mega Millions Wbal Distaste for dining on the rooftop Residents protest Historic District proposal by Jerry's Seafood Page 1 of 2 February 11, 2007 1 By Dan Lamothe I Dan Lamothe,[Special to The Sun] With a soft breeze rolling in, a plate of crab bisque beckoning and a view of sailboats skimming across Spa Creek, dinner on the rooftop of the future Jerry's Seafood on City Dock might sound inviting. But for Bryan Miller, president of the Ward One Residents Association, it means traffic. Noise. Light pollution. The further decay of Annapolis' proud downtown, home to some of the nation's oldest buildings. "We just don't feel like rooftop dining belongs in the Historic District," Miller said. "When those buildings were designed, nobody ever planned them with rooftop dining in mind." Ads by Google Wrigley Field Rooftops Premier Wrigley Rooftop Experience Unobstructed Views - Great Prices www.wngleyvillerooftops.com Restaurant Coupons Top Deals From Local Merchants. Subscribe Today- Huge Savings! www.Trubates.com Advertisement Miller's association is waging a legal battle to halt Jerry's Seafood's project, which the city's Board of Appeals unanimously approved in October. The group, which spoke out against the plan at hearings last fall, filed an appeal in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court last month. No hearing date has been set. The fate of rooftop dining in the Historic District might hinge on a technicality in the city's code that says all dining in the C -2 zone, which includes the Historic District, must be "within completely enclosed buildings." Mayor Ellen O. Moyer, who supports rooftop dining in the Historic District, filed a proposed ordinance in September that would add an exemption in the city's code to allow for rooftop dining downtown. She said the code is "silent' on the issue. "When you have a code that is general and silent, generally it is permissive of things like that," Moyer said, noting that sidewalk dining is permitted. City officials are reviewing her proposal, leading some to ask how the Board of Appeals could have approved the plans. "In the absence of such an exception, it stands to reason [rooftop dining] would not be allowed now," said Alderman Dick Israel, who represents Ward 1. "If it is to be permitted, the city council would need to rule on that." Moyer said rooftop dining in the Historic District would give the city a new way to attract visitors, playing off the city's access to the shoreline and scenic landscapes. "We are in competition with a lot of new development all around us, and we have to use what we have to our advantage," Moyer said. "Rooftop dining would give us a very special niche and allow us to build on those two factors. Not every place can do that." The fight over rooftop dining downtown would not affect the only other restaurant in the city that has it, the Metropolitan on West Street, city officials said. That restaurant is in a mixed -use zoning district, which allows rooftop dining. Jason Lee, co -owner of Seabrook -based Jerry's Seafood, said he is confident that the Circuit Court will uphold the exemption it needs to proceed with the restaurant as planned at 4 Dock St. Nevertheless, he said he understands the concerns of residents and will proceed even if the rooftop portion of the plan needs to be scrapped. • W]z "Rooftop dining would have been a nice addition, but our main goal is to open up a Jerry's Seafood in Annapolis," Lee said. 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WIDMAN, CONTRIBUTING WRITER Published: Wednesday, October 30, 2002 COMMENT EMAIL PRINT Fine outdoor dining in the crisp Cambridge night air on a verdant and well- decorated terrace above Tommy's Value on Mt. Auburn Street is in the works, with Daedalus' plans for a new rooftop dining area. The restaurant's owners submitted the plans to the City of Cambridge in September but are waiting for a public hearing to determine whether construction can begin. "We are really looking forward to the terrace plans, but we don't want to get too excited because we still have several meetings to go through, "said Lawrence Hopkins, co -owner of Daedalus. The dining area will be attached to the existing greenhouse part of the restaurant and bar. It will only be open seasonally and will include a wooden shade trellis, steel handrails, a pool, dining furniture and plantings, according to the restaurant's application to the City of Cambridge Board of Zoning. The addition will seat 40 -50 people. "Cambridge actually does need an outdoor dining area and the food would be greatly complemented by the outdoor atmosphere," said Kristopher P. McDaniel '04. The Cambridge Historical Commission has already approved the plans for the terrace, and said in the application that the plans "are not incongruous to the historical aspects or architectural character of the building or district." An obstacle to construction could be neighbors' objections, but if no one comes forward in the public hearing, there is a good chance that Daedalus can follow through with the plans, said Sean P. O'Grady, a zoning specialist from the Cambridge Inspectional Services Department. "Any outdoor eating area could be noisy, but Daedalus is more food - focused than alcohol - focused, so it shouldn't be a problem," O'Grady said. http : / /www.thecrimson.comlarticlel 2002 /10 /30 /daedalus- plans- new - rooftop - dining- space/ 1/25/2011 Daedalus Plans New Rooftop Dining Space I The Harvard Crimson Page 2 of 2 Hopkins said he didn't anticipate any complaints from nearby residents. "Everyone in the area has been very supportive," he said. The only other problem facing the start of construction are zoning rules that require any outdoor public space be set a certain number of feet back from the property edge. To maximize seating occupancy, Daedalus architect Theodore Galante has drafted the design to span the edges of the rooftop. "The current plans for the deck are too close to property lines." O'Grady said. However, he said this part of the plan was only a minor issue. "From a zoning view this is a really small point of business," said O'Grady, The public hearing is currently scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 7 at 9 p.m.. If Daedalus should win approval for their rooftop terrace design, construction would have to begin within six months in order to meet regulations. COMMENT DISGU5 blog comments powered by Disqus Privacy Policy I Rights and Permissions I Contact Us I Corrections I Subscriptions I RSS I An Copyright © 2011, The Harvard Crimson, Inc. httD:/ /www.thecrimson.com /article/ 2002 /10/30 /daedalus- plans- new - rooftop - dining- space/ 1/25/2011 Mellow Mushroom loses its zoning appeal for roof patio I The Post and Courier, Charlest... Page 1 of 8 • Connect with us: Subscriber Rewards I Report News I Mobile I Facebook I News by E -mail I Twitter I R: All r _._0 Quick Nav: Boocoo Cars Evening Post Books Jobs Lowcountry Marketplace Obituaries Pets Place an Ad Rea Tuesday, January 25, 2011 Good Afternoon! Weather Sponsored by: SOFA SUPER STORE High: - 59° Low: 38° Charleston Overcast, 52° 5 day forecast I More HURRICANE GUIDE Home Story Index Civil War 150 Newt Your Lowcountry Boeing Lottery Traffic Cam Weddings Obituaries News Local /State Bridge Run AP Nation /World Politics Columnists Special Reports Offbeat Report News Text Alerts Archives Watchdog Restaurant Inspections Parking Violations Sex Offender Locator Busted or Sued State Salaries Report Fraud /Abuse Mellow Mushroom loses its zoning appeal for roof patio BY KRISTEN HANKLA The Post and Courier Friday, January 11, 2008 Tweet A gourmet pizzeria's plan to open a rooftop patio may be pie in the sky, The city's Board of Zoning Appeals denied Mellow Mushroom's request to add the outdoor seating space Tuesday, as it did the restaurant's first request six years ago. The King Street restaurant needed the board's approval to add the 880 square feet of patron space without having secured the five parking spaces required by law. But discussion focused on the patio's effect on its next -door neighbors, who showed up in opposition. Tricia Ellison, co -owner of the building south of the restaurant, told the board the patio would be "a total invasion of privacy" of the second -floor apartments she leases. The patio would significantly devalue her property and compromise the livability of the area, she said, adding that she was already receiving complaints about nighttime noise without the patio. In his argument against the patio, Maurice Nussbaum, whose family owns the building north of the restaurant, said he grew up in a time when people ate indoors and went outside to use the restroom. "I don't see this as progress — eating outside and going inside to use the bathroom," he said. Sports The co -owner of Mellow Mushroom, Michael Shemtov, told the board "I really think those apartments will be better off." He presented the board with the results of a noise Local Sports test that compared decibel levels of exhaust fans from a nearby parking garage with High School those the patio would likely create. College http: / /www.postandeourier.com/news /2008 /jan/11 /mellow mushroom_loses_its _ zoning_a... 1/25/2011 Mellow Mushroom loses its zoning appeal for roof patio I The Post and Courier, Charlest... Page 2 of 8 Clemson Carolina The apartments would also be safer because Mellow Mushroom's roof would be less Battery accessible from the ground, Shemtov said. A wall at the rear of the patio would keep Riverdogs intruders from coming up the fire escape stairs as they can now. Stingrays National Sports Before the meeting, the restaurant worked with city staff to create conditions that would Sports Columnists allow the city staff to recommend approval to the board. Life in the Minors Business Mellow Mushroom agreed to not use the patio before noon, and to shut it down by 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and by 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. There would be Local Business no bar, music, TVs or gaming devices; the restaurant would provide a "water feature" Business Review for white noise; and at the city's or neighbors' request, the restaurant would build and Real Estate maintain a wall as a sound barrier. Automotive Columnists City Zoning Administrator Lee Batchelder said he believed the patio and apartments Multimedia could "peacefully co- exist." Video Audio Photo Galleries Evening Post Books eBooks iPhone App Newl Man On The Street In The News Share Photos Entertainment CharlestonScene Events Restaurants Movies TV Listings Music Columnists Games Comics Features Moxie Your Health Family Life Arts/Travel Home /Garden Food People Faith/Values Your Faith Columnists Supplements North Charleston Magazine Newl My Charleston Lowcountry Parent Tideline Magazine Lowcountry Paws Attorney Directory Real Estate Guide All Supplements Blogs State Politics Battery Riverpogs "This is King Street, and this is a commercial mixed -use area," he told the board. People choose to live there to be in the middle of the action, he said. But the board disregarded city staffs suggestion, and voted unanimously to deny the request. Chairman Leonard Krawcheck recused himself, but when asked, declined to state a reason for doing so. An L. Krawcheck was listed on a petition against the proposed rooftop patio, with Affordables, a 305 King St. business. Acting chair Samuel Altman said the biggest piece of evidence that the nearby apartments would be negatively affected was a photograph presented by the opponents' attorney that had run in The Post and Courier. The photo was taken from Mellow Mushroom's first -floor roof, the proposed patio site, and showed the proximity of two apartment windows. Brian Snavely, a self - described "mid -age professional," attended the meeting to support Mellow Mushroom, which he and his wife have been patrons of since moving to the area in 2002. An employee of an international company, he brings clients from various parts of the world to the restaurant to enjoy the atmosphere, camaraderie, pizza and beer, and was "very disappointed" the patio request was denied, he said. "I felt the board was intimidated by the (opposition's) lawyer's presence," Snavely said "Perhaps if Michael had litigation, it might have been a different story." Ellison declined to comment on the board's decision except to say, "Michael's a very nice boy. He's a very good businessman." Shemtov said the business has been hoping for the patio too long to stop the effort. "We're definitely going to try again," he said. "The question is when and under what circumstances." Reach Kristen Hankia at 937 -5548 or khankla@oostandcourier.com. Share this story:F& E -mail this story II Printer - friendly version Copy and paste the link: http: / /www.postandcourie © ADD THIS f'r P" httn : / /www.Dostandcourier.com/news /2008 /jan/11 /mellow mushroom_loses_its _ zoning_a... 1/25/2011 LoveLakewood.com I Lakewood, Ohio » Planning Commission shoots down request for o... Page 1 of 4 • EIome 1 M7 LoveLakewoodxom [Lakewood, Ohio Planninia Commission shoots down request for outdoor rooftop dining at Kenilworth Tavern A small group of fed -up residents applauded last night after the Lakewood Planning Commission rejected a plan to construct an outdoor dining patio on the roof of the Kenilworth Tavern. With one member absent and another abstaining, the commission voted unanimously to deny the request because the city's zoning code limits outdoor dining to the ground floor level only. The ruling satisfied several people who live or own property near the bar and feared the addition would exacerbate on -going bar - related problems. Kenilworth Ave. resident Dan Bryan, who lives a few houses away from the bar's rear parking lot, said it was good to see a small business expanding, but wondered if rooftop dining would contribute to more neighborhood parking, noise, and safety problems. "The noise is a major, major concern because we can hear everything," he said. He also shared a story about finding a stolen car parked in his backyard that was put there by a bar patron. Bryan's next -door neighbor, Susan Petsche, said she has to get up early for work and finds late night disturbances unhelpful. "There are nights on the weekend that are absolutely awful," she said. "You get tired of calling the police. I've just about given up." httn : / /www.lovelakewood.comlblog /2010/ l l /05 /planning- commission- shoots - down - reque... 1/25/2011 LoveLakewood.com I Lakewood, Ohio » Planning Commission shoots down request for o... Page 2 of 4 Another Kenilworth resident who could not attend the meeting submitted a letter that acknowledged the inevitable challenges associated with living in close proximity to a bar, but expressed "huge concerns" about the prospect of having to endure additional noise disturbances. One citizen who has lived on Owego Ave. for ten years said the noise problems got worse after the state instituted an indoor smoking ban that forced the bar crowd outside onto the sidewalk to get their nicotine fix. "We are considering moving out of Lakewood because of the bar," he said. "We are like a nuisance to the police because we call so much [about the noise]." Owego apartment building owner Milt Yee liked the rooftop dining concept, but felt it was "not in a good location." He has heard complaints from his tenants about the noise, especially during football season. "It gets mighty loud," he said. Ward 1 Councilperson Kevin Butler weighed in on the issue, and said he understood the tavern was trying to be creative and remain competitive in a tough business environment. However, he said, the city council authorized outdoor dining with "food establishments" in mind — not bars — because they "didn't want outdoor dining to become a haven for drinkers." More significantly, Butler opposed the rooftop dining proposal because the issues citizens complained haven't been corrected. It "would not be wise to add to a problem that has not been abated," he said. Before the commission voted, Kenilworth Tavern owner Paul Kriaris responded to everyone's comments. "I do agree with some of them," he said. "I'm with the people. I understand their concerns." He said the bar has been there for 30 years, and he owns rental properties in the city. The design Z The outdoor rooftop dining floor plan. The front of the building is to the left. Although Kriaris can't use the rooftop as a dining facility, the plan he submitted deserves a glance. (See full docwnent — .PDF) One commission member said he admired its "creativity," but found it "fraught with many challenges." httn: / /www.lovelakewood.comiblogl20l 011 l /05 /planning- commission- shoots - down - reque... 1/25/2011 .....'..-.........III V1 . ............... -- -- - -_. The outdoor rooftop dining floor plan. The front of the building is to the left. Although Kriaris can't use the rooftop as a dining facility, the plan he submitted deserves a glance. (See full docwnent — .PDF) One commission member said he admired its "creativity," but found it "fraught with many challenges." httn: / /www.lovelakewood.comiblogl20l 011 l /05 /planning- commission- shoots - down - reque... 1/25/2011 LoveLakewood.com I Lakewood, Ohio » Planning Commission shoots down request for o... Page 3 of 4 One glaring overestimation was the number of seats allowed with outdoor dining. The diagram shows 13 tables and 52 seats. Kriaris said at the meeting he'd only have space for 12 tables and 48 seats. The board explained regulations require the number not to exceed 25% of the total number of seats inside. The Kenilworth Tavern seats 99 inside, so they'd only be able to put a maximum of 24 outside. If Kriaris knew the actual number to begin with, one wonders if he would have pursued the project considering its expense. The construction of the dining deck wouldn't have involved any reinforcements or structural alterations to the roof. The second floor of residential apartments is vacant and would have been modified for the creation of a public restroom and stairs to the roof. Lakewood -based architect Tom Waddell told the commission his research showed that the building did not need an elevator to be ADA compliant because it is a private facility with less than 3,000 square feet per floor. Responding to the concern that projectiles could be launched from the roof to the street, Kriaris explained that he would have a double -fence system at whatever height the city wanted. Final observation — Deja vu? Whatever side of the fence you're on — either pro- business or pro- citizen — it seems like this project could have been a boon for business at Kenilworth Tavern. The city can always tweak the rules to make outdoor rooftop dining possible. A real concern is the continuing unwanted behavior occurring in the vicinity of certain Lakewood bars. There are laws in place to protect our neighborhoods from this kind negative quality of life issue. But is everyone doing their job properly? Is this going to continue indefinitely? Butler was caught up in this sort of thing last summer, too. Will he be back for another performance next year? Tags: This entry was posted on November 05th, 2010 and is filed under Uncategorized. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response or Trackback from your own site. Councilman declares interest in mayor's office Who will City Council choose? 12 apply to be next mayor. 26 seek council post » Leave a Reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Search • Search term... httn: / /www.lovelakewood.comfblog /2010/11 /05 /planning- commission- shoots - down - reque... 1/25/2011 owe7,, REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. VIII.A. From: Debra Mangen City Clerk ❑ Action ® Discussion ❑ Information Date: May 17 2011 Subject: Vacancies on Art Center Board, Heritage Preservation Board, and Park Board ACTION REQUESTED: Discuss the process to be followed to fill the vacancies. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: Freda Terry resigned her position on the Art Center Board. Chris Rofidal resigned his position on the Heritage Preservation Board. David Deeds was appointed to the Park Board in February, but due to his teaching schedule missed the March, April and May meetings so he has been deemed to have resigned from that Board. Staff is looking for Council direction on how to proceed with filling these vacancies. I have attached a listing of all the .applicants, with their preference for appointment, who applied and were interviewed. It is below; however, please note that Janine Kreiter and Peter Warner submitted applications but both withdrew before being interviewed so they are not shown on the list. Last Name First Name ACB EHF EEC ECH CBA HPB HRRC PB PC TC ZBOA BAE Bogursky Marc 1 2 Bohrer Kevin 1 3 2 Bonneville ' Thomas 1 Bruder Glenn 1 2 Chestler Larry 2 1 Davidson Scott 3 2 1 ,roll Todd 1 2 3 -jieske Daniel 2 3 1 Glahn William 1 2 3 Hansen Carl M 1 Hauser Rick 2 3 1 5 4 Last Name First Name ACB EHF EEC ECH CBA HPB HRRC PB PC TC ZBOA BAE Hulbert Alice 1 Johnson Marian 1 Juhnke Karl 1 McMerty Jim 1 Owens Norman 2 3 1 Peterson Kip 1 Sanders Tiffany1 Schmid Mary 1 Stevenson David 1 Struckman Carlin 3 .2 1 Waggoner Scot 3 2 Winder Helen 1 /1N��1� 1 cis REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. VIII.B. From: Debra Mangen City Clerk ® Action ❑ Discussion ❑ Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Resolution No. 2011 -60 Accepting Various Donations ACTION REQUESTED: Adopt Resolution. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: In order to comply with State Statutes, all donations to the City must be adopted by a resolution approved by four favorable votes of the Council accepting the donation. I have prepared the attached resolution detailing the various donors, their gifts and the recipient departments for your consideration. ATTACHMENT: Resolution No. 2011 -60 RESOLUTION NO. 2011 -60 ACCEPTING DONATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF EDINA City of Edina WHEREAS, Minnesota Statute 465.03 allows cities to accept grants and donations of real or personal property for the benefit of its citizens; WHEREAS, said donations must be accepted via a resolution of the Council adopted by a two thirds majority of its members. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Edina City Council accepts with sincere appreciation the following listed donations on behalf of its citizens. Edina Art Center: Carolyn & Clint Schroeder Edina Park Department: Edina Historical Society Dated: May 17, 2011 Attest: $25.00 $7,000.00 Debra A. Mangen, City Clerk STATE OF MINNESOTA) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN) SS CITY OF EDINA ) CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK Air Conditioners for Grange Hall & Cahill School James B. Hovland, Mayor I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Resolution was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of May 17, 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of City Hall 4801 WEST 50TH STREET EDINA, MINNESOTA, 55424 -1394 www.CityofEdina.com City Clerk 952 - 927 -8861 FAX 952 - 826 -0390 TTY 952 - 826 -0379 0:vte REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. VIII.0 From: Jack Sulliva�� Assistant City Engineer ® F-1 Action Discussion Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Ordinance No. 2011 -10 Amending Section Transportation Commission Purpose and Duties 1509 Regarding the ACTION REQUESTED: Review attached Ordinance No. 2011 -10 amending Section 1509 regarding the Transportation Commission purpose and duties as proposed by the Edina Transportation Commission. Direct staff to route to other commissions and staff for review and comment. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: The Commission was asked by Council to review and comment on the language of the existing City Code Section 1509 — Transportation Commission. Attached is the draft language and accompanying meeting minutes that revises the purpose and duties of the Commission. Also included is a memo from Director of Public Works requesting the amendment to the Ordinance be continued until staff and other commissions can review the proposed ordinance. ATTACHMENTS: Draft Section 1509 — Transportation Commission Memo from Wayne Houle — Director of Public Works Draft Edina Transportation Commission Meeting Minutes — April 21, 2011 Approved Edina Transportation Commission Meeting Minutes — March 17, 2011 G:\Engineering\Infrastructure \Streets \Traffic \Transportation Commission \Transportation Commission Ordinance\20110517_Item VIII C Ordinance No 2011 -10 Amending Section 1509.doc Section 1509 — Transportation Commission 1509.01 Policy and Establishment. The Edina Transportation Commission is established to help guide the City in implementing its vision for an integrated, multi -modal local transportation system as stated in the City's Comprehensive Plan. The system will provide safe and efficient transportation options for all users (motorists, transit riders, bicyclists, and pedestrians of all ages and abilities) in a way that promotes the economic, environmental, social, and personal vitality of the City and its residents. 1509.02 Definitions A. Multi- modal: Pertaining to all modesttESj to motor vehicles, mass transit, bicyctes, and p B. Local: Those roadways under City con0p] also "collector" roadways and including mun 0.1 s 1509.03 Purpose and Duties. A. The Transportation Commission sh , including but not limited lential" and dways. 5. Review anct catment on larp; development proposals, such as those requiring an Attptive Urbf'Areawide Review, Environmental Assessment, or si ` fl..area plA- 6. Provide a forum for'c t ze.ng: "- discuss regional transportation improvements and enf� cements by outside agencies that may affect the local transportation system. 7. Promote the City's transportation vision through education and open forums. 8. Review citizen transportation concerns. 9. Review and make recommendations supporting transportation funding. 10. Advise the City Council on additional matters when directed by the City Council. 1509.04 Membership. The Commission shall consist of nine regular and two student members, appointed from the different geographic areas of the City. One member of the Commission shall also be a member of the Bike Edina Task Force or any existing a similar organization, or shall otherwise have an expertise or interest in biking as a mode of transportation. MEMORANDUM PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. CITY OF ENNA DATE: May 12, 2011 TO: Scoff. Neal City Manager FROM: Wayne D. Houle, PE Director of Public Works / City Engineer SUBJECT: Ordinance No. 2011 -10 Amending Section 1509 Regarding. the Transportation Commission Purpose And Duties I. am recommending that the above amendment be continued until staff and other commissions can review the proposed ordinance. I am concerned. that items No. 3, 4, and 8, are not clear enough to define what the Edina Transportation Commission's (ETC) ..role is, and what the purpose and duties of the ETC are relating to neighborhood roadway and utility improvements, staff time, Public Works budget. etc. I also believe that Item No. 5 should be reviewed by the Planning Commission. G: \Engineering \Infrastructure \Streets \TrafFlc \Transportation Commission \Miscellaneous \20110512 WH to SN re Ord 2011 -10 Amending Section 1509.docx MINUTES OF THE Edina Transportation Commission Thursday, March 17, 2011 Edina City Hall 4801 West 50th Street Council Chambers MEMBERS PRESENT: Katherine Bass, Thomas Bonneville, Ann Braden, Sarah Engbretson, Nathan Franzen, Jennifer Janovy, Paul Nelson, Bodhe Scheerer, Elin Schold Davis, Michael Thompson MEMBERS ABSENT: STAFF PRESENT: Jack Sullivan, Sharon Allison I. Call to Order The meeting was called to order by chair Janovy. II. Approval of Minutes a. Regular Meeting of February 17, 2011 The minutes were changed to include 'All voted aye. Motion carried' at the end of Items Ill.a and Ill.b where motions were made. Commissioner Bonneville motioned to approve the corrected minutes and the motion was seconded by Commissioner Franzen. All voted aye. Motion carried. III. Traffic Safety Report a. Traffic Safety Report for March 2, 2011 Traffic issues around the high school was discussed including difficulty exiting the parking lot with no real solution; parking lot orientation was changed but no real improvement visible with exiting; school buses get priority exiting parking lot and then students make a mad dash; someone directs traffic in the mornings and afternoons. Suggested solutions were time - controlled stop sign and more students biking and riding school buses. IV. Community Comment None. V. Old Business a. Edina Transportation Commission Ordinance The following is a summary of discussion regarding revising the Edina Transportation Commission Ordinance and Purpose and Duties. Transportation Commission • Definition of words such as multi - modal, etc. would be helpful. • Exploration of discoveries in technical advances by other cities such as half signals used in Florida. Expanding too quickly could cause them to lose focus. • This is an early draft to be modified as they see fit. • Land Use Plan is all about transportation which' makes it clear that the City has a plan for transportation and this point to the vision in.the Comp Plan. • Edina has one of the best Comp Plan and is hoping that the plan is not to reinvent things and. new policies..but.work towards carrying out vision that is already in place. • Goal is to redefine the ETC as the-body to help bring vision to life. • Struggles with projects being:approved that are not in the Comp Plan;. should become watchdog and voice for Transportation -Plan and point out when it misses the mark. • Watchdog has negative :connotation; City has many roles; likes what is in draft policy, seems consistent to what was discussed at work session. Purpose and Duties Item No. .1 • Grouping 'together 1 & 6, 5, 8 & 10 and 7 & 11 was suggested. • Discussion on what is local. • Ability to comment on function of county road. • Operation was defined as 'state of functioning.' • Ability to comment on bus routes, light rail. Item No. 2 • All- inclusive includes everything. • Keep definition broad rather than narrow. Item No. 3 • Whose plan - City's plan, Planning Commission's or both? • More long term plans, filling'in gaps and prioritizing what is in the Comp Plan. • Us6'strategies' instead of 'plan.' • Transportation Plan in place that is well done; suggested developing strategies to implement the .City's multimodal transportation plan. • A plan for bike in place but none for pedestrians — include a statement to include Pedestrians. • Bike'.plan does not include implementation plans. • Suggestion to reword Item No. 1 as '.:the operation and planning of the'.. and eliminate � . Item No. 4 • Making sure the vision is being implemented. Item No. 5 • Planning Commission is taking over other plan reviews; the ETC will continue to review these items. • Make this broader and not use specific definitions or terms. • Mr. Sullivan will work on rewording. Item No. 6 • Have done.:this in the past (Metro Transit route 6, Bren Rd, 169, etc.) 2 Item No. 7 • Remove 'on as needed basis." Item No. 8 • This can have a variety of meanings. • Change "traffic" to "transportation" to make it all inclusive. • Receive aggregate data and mapping to see how to prioritize. • Related to Item No. 7; identify opportunity for encouragement e.g. nothing can be done to change the high school area so incent students to bike to schools. Item No. 9 • Add "opportunities" to end of sentence. • Staff can handle this. • Big task for ETC. • This was meant to be more in the future for things such as Living Streets. • Funding sources are state /federal /private grants. • Change "related to" to "supporting." Item No. 10 • Leave as is. Membership No change to membership b. Videotaping of ETC meetings Commissions that are televised are Planning, Parks and the ETC. Some noted disadvantages to televising were set -up of room, operation of microphones, appears more formal, conversation not flowing freely and costs. Some noted advantages were everything discussed is in public's interest but some topics they may not find interesting. This information will be forwarded to Council along with the motion from the previous meeting. VI. New Business a. Living Streets Resolution Chair Janovy suggested reading No. St. Paul's Living Street document that is online. She said excerpts from the Transportation Plan shows that it includes Living Streets. After discussion, it was decided that arrangements will be made to invite a representative to No. St. Paul to attend an ETC meeting to explain how they developed their plan. VII. Bike Edina Task Force Update (Commissioner Janovy) Bike Rodeo is scheduled for April 30, 10 a.m. Volunteers are needed. VIII. Chair Comments a. Chair and Vice Chair at April Meeting Chair Janovy said new chair and vice chair will be elected at the next meeting. Commissioner Braden volunteered to review the Energy and Environment's bylaws which was provided as a model for other commissions to use. 3 Commissioner Nelson volunteered to serve on the-CAT group for the old public works - building site. Commissioner White has resigned and new member Bob McKlveen was appointed. Boards and commissions reception is scheduled for March 21 at Hughes Pavilion. Consensus was reached to inform the Planning Commission via email of what worked well and what didn't regarding traffic reviews. Highways 101 and 42 are..shut down due to flooding. Locally, sand bags are being filled in preparation. IX. Staff Comments a. Sensible Land Use Coalition Meeting Commissioner Franzen volunteered to attend Sensible Land Use luncheon; Commissioner Braden will also attend-through work. X. Commissioner Comments Commissioner Bass inquired about the study that was done to build a pedestrian overpass at France Avenue. This will be on the next meeting's agenda. XI. Adjournment Meeting adjourned. 4 MINUTES OF THE Edina Transportation Commission Thursday, April 21, 2011 Edina City Hall 4801 West 50th Street Council Chambers MEMBERS PRESENT: Katherine Bass, Thomas Bonneville, Ann Braden, Nathan F Y_ n, Jennifer Janovy, Paul Nelson, Elin Schold Davis, Michael Thompson, Robert McKly - e�= MEMBERS ABSENT: Sarah Engbretson, Bodhe Scheerer STAFF PRESENT: Jack Sullivan, Sharon Allison I. Call to Order The meeting was called to order by 'r Janovy. Sh : ained to viewers that the ETC had been meeting off - camera in work se - 'scussing nce, purpose and duties. Chair Janovy welcomed new member Bob u e o . e Comm, II. Election of Chair Chair Janovy explained a term limit. She expl 'f leads special meetin Commissioner Bonne secondeobommi no furthe . at second mm: Chai ovy nominated Commi o aer Thompson. Bonneville =o. inated Cor further nom, o Comm seconded by C : �ssio Chair serve fairfifllsinoin 2 t the via- - ✓hile vice -chair does not have absence of the chair and also i _ - Ii Jano to continue on as the chair and this was F eson. : Ste' ovy accepted the nomination. There being er Franzen ctioned to close the nomination and this was Sn. All vot ed aye. Motion carried. nir Franzen to be vice -chair and this was seconded by n-oner Franzen accepted the nomination. Commissioner sioner Nelson and he respectfully declined. There being no iner Braden motioned to close the nomination and this was Ison. All voted aye. Motion carried. III. Community CW Mr. Carlin Struckman, 4480 Parklawn Ave. So., #307, Edina, spoke to the ETC regarding traffic enforcement on W. 77th Street between Parklawn Avenue and TH -100. At least once weekly, he said, he has observed drivers being pulled over for no apparent reason and gave an example of a co- worker who was pulled over for excessive tinting on her car that came standard with the car. Mr. Struckman said enforcement should be concentrated in areas where needed like France Avenue. He asked that the ETC "consider issuing a directive to the Edina Police Department that they move their rigorous enforcement of traffic laws to roads with much higher rates of collisions, such as France Ave." IV. Approval of Minutes a. Regular Meeting of March 17, 2011 The following change was made: page 3, New Business, 3`d line, delete 'to' and replace with `of to read "...invite a representative of..." Commissioner Thompson motioned to approve the minutes and the motion was seconded by Commissioner Franzen. All voted aye. Motion carried. V. Traffic Safety Report a. Traffic Safety Report for March 2. 2011 Regarding the high school issue, Commissioner Bonneville as f they had come to a conclusion regarding a resolution. Chair Janovy said this coul • an issue for the student members to look into. Commissioner McKlveen said parkin ill be increasing next year so this may decrease the number of students driving to sc , f ideas were to encourage students to use other modes of transportation; see if the e a trans • a ation coordinator at the high school who could encourage getting kids to z of in a van of ways; promoting bicycles for health benefits; creating safe, adequa - ing to encoura > ' ing and walking; and the city is getting a $5,000 grant for bike ra> Commissioner Bass s he works with an organization called Catalis, a youth organi : 3 , and was arming on tai to students regarding the organization and would be willing t di t Regarding item 12 of the report, Co 'ssioner Bo given to developers. Mr. Sullivan sa , > , - is a d upon request; however, not all stre a - - f. t session with staff to understand traffic o y s r for various streets could be iven to the E� Regarding pedestrian c on 2nd Stre fe Mr. Sullivan said th forthcom VI. Presentation — i g St a sey- (Cliff Aichinger) Mr. Aichi sa' Wte tu s sponsore amsey- Washington Metro Watershed District and de _ ed b .R En- f ering. The watershed district proposed to work with North St. i benefits for water quality improvement and all of their use i a but they do not have a pavement replacement plan. eed to ull permits from them, the watershed district offered to I reduce impervious surface and provides for handling of storm he streets and the City agreed. He said the conclusion was that isphorus in ponds they need to control storm water volumes. asked if traffic counts are usually of traffic counts that is available sioner Bonneville asked if a e ful. Mr. Sullivan said reports bility sTudies requested by CM Bennett, ngton Metro Watershed District Pau use they s stree d utilities are Knowin , ' at the city woul help desi .. t eets that wi water as an : .. t I function in order to con issolvel Mr. Aichinger said I s from the City's Comp Plan includes active healthy living through increased biking and alking, greater connection between the neighborhoods, downtown and commercial areas, and improving the aesthetics of the neighborhoods which fits with Living Streets. To develop the plan, he said they had a taskforce of staff and residents, approximately 15 -20 participants that met monthly for one year and went on field trips to see narrow streets and rain gardens and developed goals. He said much attention is given to traffic movements and placement of underground utilities but not much attention is given to pedestrian movement, 2 storm water capture, re- infiltration, biking and aesthetic characters, and the idea is to create a balance of all of these. He said they developed the following goals: 1. To improve storm water quality run -off from impervious surfaces; 2. Reduce impervious surfaces (can reduce street width because not much parking needed); 3. Calm traffic (using various techniques to slow traffic); 4. Improve bike and pedestrians connectivity (create bike lanes, add sidewalks where necessary); 5. Protect and enhance urban forest (create and retain existi es; meander sidewalks around, if necessary); 6. Street construction cost should be equal to or less t aditional street construction (this is feasible because using less asphalt and less e a ce); 7. Minimize long term maintenance cost. Mr. Aichinger said all streets were examined and t re proposing to with 15th Avenue using a Clean Water Fund grant of $500,000, ¢ ng funds from the wa r ed district and utility funds from the City. He said the propos to narrow a street by 6 provide one parking lane, two traffic lanes, rain garden and p art. O - ector streets h aid they are proposing to eliminate one parking lane, add es and bump -outs. Regarding snowplowing and maintenance of rai gardens, Mr. A. ger said public works staff did not foresee a problem with plowing ex ce " it will be a lit ower, and they are cautious about maintenance of rain gardens. Currentl a as appro tely 500 rain gardens and they have cooperative agreement with reside for m . v nce. Mr. Aichinger said they , uring n `" i 'b x d campaign that approximately 80% of residents are ppo sidewa , - there are maintenance concerns such as shoveling snow. He hey will inue dis • sion for another year to engage residents. In reference to fun rom t ater T d, Mr. Aichinger said it is unique to be funding streets reconstr . io . s i first watershed district to approve this type of grant e � . , one • on improvin ater quality and the approach is catching on across ount . aid n Property Group that owns Southdale Mall is in discussion with . >. atershed dis I t s in n as they were involved because of Maplewood Mall. VII. O ' . usiness a. Streets PI esolution Chair Jan o 'd if they the resolution is a good concept the next step would be to present it to Co cil and ' ey approve, ask for their direction in creating a process that may include other boa mmissions, staff and residents. Discussion Nv Commissioner Bonneville said South Harriett Park neighborhood, for example, is a tight knit neighborhood that does not want sidewalk so this might be tough sell. Chair Janovy said it is does not mean every neighborhood would have sidewalks. She said they had previously talked about developing a pedestrian plan by reviewing the Comp Plan to identify missing links of sidewalks. She said CM Bennett did research recently on sidewalks with the idea of mapping where there are sidewalks and missing links identified in the Comp Plan. Mr. Sullivan said most of this is already done. 3 Commissioner Thompson suggested moving forward with a recommendation and creating a taskforce to work on what the City should like over the next 40 -50 years. He said this may take 1 -2 years of planning. Commissioner McKlveen concurred and said he joined the ETC because there is a lot of work to be done and a comprehensive approach would serve the city, residents and staff. He said in his neighborhood that was recently reconstructed, staff had a good plan that would narrow some streets, add traffic calming and a sidewalk adjacent to a school and six residents were able to defeat the plan. He said if there was a city -wide statement supporting an overall goal and educating residents, staff would have had support going forwa Commissioner Bass said she liked the comprehensive are concerns, there is evidence that after sidewalks come around and enjoy them. Commissioner Davis agreed and said there ai involved. E Commissioner Franzen said this is an opportun Commissioner Braden said it was be cial to be done to educate residents. Commissioner Nelson said he is in favo d tr needs to be done where and what is mos ,. ne Commissioner McKlve - otion i o forwa the motion was sec . , by Com sioner Fri b. ETC Ordin Revi Chair Janovy said a co V - d fir in #8 to` M,. .'S�. • �dthecitym n .e t�,, la item #5, Mr. N fas appropriate. d believes that while there %plemented neighbors do stakeholders can be done Id need to be future. r tonight and the same could done in determining what :solutioni'to Council for consideration and . All voted aye. Motion carried. irsince last seen, including changing `traffic' r commented on the draft also and his email discussion with staff, they've agreed that the original Regarding it , #8, chai Yanovy said there are still some concerns with traffic vs transportation. ulliva • id staff feels the definitions are different and transportation works better. Staff will r tions and compare to Comp Plan and city codes for consistency. Commissioner Bass miltioned to approve the revision of the ordinance and forward to Council and the motion was seconded by Commissioner Nelson. All voted aye. Motion carried. VIII. New Business a. ETC Bylaws -Draft Chair Janovy said they are required to have bylaws. Commissioner Bonneville asked about the term `secretary' and how was it different from Sharon. Chair Janovy said the city manager can make staff available as is the case and if not, the bylaws provide for them to appoint one. rd Commissioner Bonneville suggested changing it to say 'appoint a secretary if one is not provided' and move to section 11 where it talks about officers. Chair Janovy said communications between members is government data and that they may have to copy city hall on everything. She said she is waiting for clarification from the city manager. Mr. Sullivan said he will check to see if a place could be created to keep information that could be shared with everyone, otherwise continue to send information to staff for distribution. Chair Janovy said she will revise the bylaws and distribute to everyAWor review. IX. Bike Edina Task Force Update (Commissioner Janos Chair Janovy reported the following: • Bike rodeo is planned for Saturday, 10 a.m. at Jg, and schoo they are looking for volunteers. • The City received a grant for 40 -60 single ment bike racks and p are being developed. • The annual bike parade is being organized CM Bri , • Discussing the role of BETF and how it work - C. • Openings on the BEFT for thre embers, esp K. women. Meetings are 2nd Thursday of the month at 8 p. Q our. X. Chair Comments Chair Janovy said council is meeting with , - ards s • ssio chairs to consider taping of meetings. Commissioner 11. in agree., nt . r-- qua ping of the ETC. XI. Staff Comme n Mr. Sullivan repo that con tion sea has begun; load restriction is still on; construction on W. egun her st s /neighborhoods that will be starting soon are W. 44t" Avenue, hores, McCauley Heights, Oscar Roberts, Interlache t nce • e and Valle a sidewalks. The traffic safety coordinator will be pu own r :: , • cou : oon to fill in gaps in data and as requested. Residents in cons ion areas ar , neraIf ; otified by letter monthly and weekly by email using City XII. Co "ion Comme Commissions •ass said o ington Public Health Department is hosting a Safe Routes to School Confer, . Aug 6 -18 and is paying for one member of the ETC to attend. Commissioner Fran teered to attend. Commissioner BonneTifle said there may be several committees formed for the small area plan for Grandview with one being transportation. He suggested the ETC could become involved to share experience. Commissioner Nelson said he is involved. Commissioner Davis said she would like to gather information on transportation alternative volunteer driver program to share with the ETC to see if the City would be interested. Chair Janovy asked if she would like to give a formal presentation and she said yes. 5 Commissioner Franzen said he would like to reinforce that many people are excited about Living Streets policy based on the Sensible Land Use Coalition meeting he and Commissioner Braden recently attended. Commissioner Thompson complimented staff on their public outreach for construction updates for the W. 70th Street project. He said he lives nearby and would encourage everyone to go the website for information on the detour route. Commissioner McKlveen thanked everyone for inclusion and said he is looking forward to serving. XIII. Adjournment Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m. N of to • r5;* V • REPORT /RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item Item No. VIII.D From: Jack Sulliva - Assistant City Engineer ® Action Discussion Information Date: May 17, 2011 Subject: Resolution No. 2011 -61 Streets Policy Declaring Support For Establishing Living ACTION REQUESTED: Adopt the attached Resolution No. 2011 -61 declaring support for establishing a Living Streets Policy. INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: The Transportation Commission approved forwarding the Living Streets Resolution to the City Council for review, comment and direction. The Commission believes a comprehensive policy addressing traffic calming, stormwater management, promoting active living, community feel, improving walking and biking, and enhancing urban forests is needed for Edina. The attached Living Streets Document was created and reviewed by the Commission at their March and April meetings. Discussions from those meetings along with an overview presentation from the Ramsey - Washington Metro Watershed District's North Saint Paul Living Streets policy are included in the attachments. ATTACHMENTS: Resolution No. 2011 -61 Living Streets Document Draft Edina Transportation Commission Meeting Minutes —April 21, 2011 Approved Edina Transportation Commission Meeting Minutes — March 17, 2011 G:\Engineering\Infrastructure \Streets \Traffic \Complete Streets\Living Streets\20110517_Item VIII D Resolution No. 2011 -61 Declaring Support for Establishing Living Streets Policy.doc RESOLUTION NO. 2011-61 DECLARING SUPPORT FOR ESTABLISHING A LIVING STREETS POLICY City of Edina WHEREAS, the Living Streets concept is designed to assure safety and accessibility for all users of our roads, trails and transit systems, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, motorists, commercial and emergency vehicles, and for people of all ages and of all abilities; and WHEREAS, Living Streets reduce congestion by . providing safe travel choices that encourage non - motorize& transportation options, increasing the overall capacity of the transportation network; and WHEREAS, Living Streets will help the City of Edina reduce greenhouse gas emissions as more people choose an alternative to the single occupant vehicle; and Living Streets is consistent with the US Mayors Climate Protection Agreement and the City's participation in the Green Steps Cities program; and WHEREAS, Living Streets support economic growth and community stability by providing accessible and efficient connections between home, school, work, recreation and retail destinations by improving the pedestrian and vehicular environments throughout communities; and WHEREAS, Living Streets enhance safe walking and bicycling options for school age children, in recognition of the objectives of the national Safe Routes to School program; and WHEREAS, Living Streets provide environmental and social benefits including but not limited to: 1) Improving storm water quality 2) Providing traffic calming measures 3)_ Enhancing community feel 4) Promoting active living 5) Improving biking and walking conditions 6) Protecting and enhancing the. urban forest; and WHEREAS; in order to develop and,maintain a safe, efficient, balanced and environmentally sound city transportation system for people_ of all ages and abilities, transportation and development projects shall incorporate 'a philosophy that. expands transportation choices and further incorporate_ s the Living Streets theme and.key concepts listed above; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY -OF EDINA, MINNESOTA that the Edina Transportation Commission; 'in collaboration with staff, shall prepare a Living Streets Policy /Plan and staff shall concurrently review city ordinances, engineering standards, policies, and guidelines in order to make recommendations to the City Council on a Living Street Policy /Plan that will reduce impacts to the environment, be practical and economical, while also meeting community and stakeholder needs consistent with Living Streets concepts. Dated: May 17, 2011 Attest: Debra A. Mangen; City Clerk City Hall 4801 WEST 50TH STREET EDINA, MINNESOTA, 55424 -1394 www.CityofEdina.com James B. Hovland, Mayor 952 - 927 -8861 FAX 952 - 826 -0390 TTY 952 - 826 -0379 STATE OF MINNESOTA) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN) SS CITY OF EDINA ) CERTIFICATE OF CITY CLERK I, the undersigned duly appointed and acting City Clerk for the City of Edina do hereby certify that the attached and foregoing Resolution was duly adopted by the Edina City Council at its Regular Meeting of May 17, 2011, and as recorded in the Minutes of said Regular Meeting. WITNESS my hand and seal of said City this day of 120 City Clerk LIVING STREETS Background Complete Streets typically refers to street design that provides for multiple modes of transportation (auto, mass transit; pedestrian, bike). Green Streets typically refers to street design that reduces environmental impacts by reducing impervious surface, managing stormwater, and providing shade. Living Streets refers to streets.that are not only Complete and Green but.,also designed to improve active living, community identity, and, social connections. Cities such as Denver, Los Angeles and Tucson have:, Living .Streets- initiatives.-ln the_Twin Cities, the .Ramsey- Washington Metro Watershed District and North St::Paul have developed and-ar'e' mpleriienting a new' Living Streets Plan. The City of Maplewood is also pursuing a process to adopt Living Streets. Complete Streets Legislation The State of Minnesota passed Complete Streets legislation in 2010. The Commissioner of Transportation has committed Mn /DOT to implement a complete street vision for the trunk highway system. In January 201.0 the Edina City Council adopted a resolution expressing support for a statewide Complete Streets Policy. Inasmuch as the statewide policy will not apply to local roads, cities are encouraged to adopt policies to meet their unique needs; however this is not a mandate. According to Mn /DOT, Complete Streets does not mean "all modes on all roads "; rather, the goal of Complete Streets should be to: 1) Develop a balanced transportation system that integrates all modes via planning that is inclusive of each mode (i.e., transit, freight, automobile, bicycle and pedestrian); and 2) Include transportation users of all types, ages and abilities. Examples of Complete Streets goals and principles listed in the report.to the legislature include: 1) Reduce crash rates and severity of crashes; 2) Improve mobility and accessibility.of-all individuals including those with disabilities in accordance.with the legal requirements of the ADA, 3) Encourage mode;shift to'non= motorized "t(ansportation and transit; 4) Reduce air and water. pollution and = reduce noise impacts; 5) Increase transportation network connectivity; 6) Maximize the efficient use of existing .facilities; 7) Strive for tax supported investments to provide maximum benefits to the community and all user groups; 8) Safely integrate intermodal connections across the transportation network; and 9) Promote safe and convenient access and travel for all users (pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders) and people of all abilities as well as freight and motor vehicle drivers. While City actions to date support the development of a Complete Streets policy for local streets, the City could go further in planning for and implementing its vision for a transportation system that also addresses environmental and active living goals and enhances community identity. The Draft 5/13/11 Living Streets concept is the next step. Minnesota Green Step City The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has launched the Minnesota Green Step Cities program. Five cities — including Edina —were selected to pilot the program. The Edina City Council asked the Energy and Environment Commission (EEC) to evaluate whether the City should apply to become a Green Step city and, if yes, which of the 28 best practices related to sustainability Edina should undertake in order to become certified. In January 2011, the EEC recommended that Edina join the Green Step Cities program and outlined the 16 best practices Edina should undertake. The City Council adopted the EEC's recommendation. Six of the City's 16 best practices would be supported by a Living Streets Plan. These are: #11. Complete Streets (requires "complete streets policy" or "living streets," which is inclusive of "complete streets" concepts); #12. Mobility Options (walking /biking, Safe Routes to School, etc.); #16. Urban Forest; #17. Efficient Stormwater Management; #18. Green Infrastructure (porous pavement, swales, etc.); and #19. Surface Water Quality (rain gardens, etc.). For more information on the Green Steps Cities program, please see the January 18, 2011 City Council meeting. Edina Fit City Resolution In July 2006 the Edina City Council adopted a resolution expressing a commitment "to providing an activity - friendly community to its residents" and authorizing "the application for The Governor's 'Fit City' Program." The Fit City Program recognizes Minnesota cities committed to creating and maintaining an environment supportive of active living. The program requires participating cities to "adopt a resolution affirming activity - friendly commitments by City leaders and elected officials" and to "agree to advertise and display'Fit City' designation." The goals of the Fit City program and the City's resolution supporting an activity- friendly community provide support for a Living Streets Plan. 2008 Comprehensive Plan The Edina City Council adopted an updated Comprehensive Plan in 2007. The Plan promotes a vision for our city that is pedestrian, bicycle and transit friendly and inclusive of all users. The following Principles from Chapter 4 provide support for a Living Streets Plan: 1. Design public open and green linkages that bring both amenity and positive image to neighborhoods, corridors, and business precincts. 2. Design public streets to serve not only vehicles but also pedestrians, people with mobility disadvantages and bicycles, balancing the spatial needs of existing and future users within the right -of -way. Address both mobility and recreational needs and opportunities. 3. Create walkable streets that foster an active public life; 2 Draft 5/13/11 4. Protect and improve the urban forest, including street trees and related landscaping, in order to provide shade and shelter for pedestrians and screening for parking and service uses. S. Create and promote environments that make it safe and convenient for people to integrate physical activity into their daily routines. 6. Recognize and integrate Edina's historic landscape features, such as its stone walls and gateways, into the design and redesign of streets, paths and pedestrian ways. 7. Promote a clear hierarchy of street types of distinctive and differentiated character that are defined by landscape and pedestrian amenities as well as adjacent buildings. Within larger redevelopment sites, promote a fine- grained and interconnected network of local streets and paths, encouraging pedestrian circulation and providing a choice of access points (p. 4 -36. See also Guidelines of 4- 37 -39). Additional support for Living Streets can be found throughout the 2008 Comprehensive Plan. Please see the attached "Excerpts from the 2008 Comprehensive Plan" for more. DISCUSSION Livina Streets' Living Streets pulls together the concepts of Complete Streets and Green Streets, and puts additional focus on quality of life aspects for city residents. Figure 1 below shows the components of Living Streets. The model balances the "green" components (environment and social factors) and the "grey" components (transportation and utilities) of the system. All too many times in the past, the "green" factors have not been highly prioritized for agencies. This mentality is starting to change in many agencies statewide. Stormwa ter capture and use Traffic Trees Speed Pedestrians movement Sewers Pedestrian safety Gas Bikes Electric Community Telecom Aesthetic character Storm water drainage ,1,_11, „..ter FIGURE 1 - RWMWD /BARR REPORT A Living Streets policy should: 1 Landscape Architect Fred Rozumalski from Barr Engineering and Ramsey - Washington Metro Watershed District (RWMWD) administrator Cliff Aichinger has championed the Living Streets concepts they developed for North St. Paul. The RWMWD administrator has stated that the North Saint Paul Living Streets policy is in the public domain and can be used as a template for others with credit giving for photos. To read the complete policy, please see hftp://www.ci.north- saint- pau I. m n. usfindex.asp ?Type =B_BAS IC &SEC= %7B13DF596B -E D60- 4D35 -B 13A- 6EE928B643AB %7D. 3 Draft 5/13/11 1) Improve stormwater quality through reducing the impervious footprint of streets, meeting or exceeding city and watershed rules through best management practices (BMP) such as rain gardens and swales. 2) Implement traffic calming measures through the use of techniques best suited for site conditions. 3) Improve biking and walking conditions along natural connector routes and collector streets through designation of bike lanes, sidewalks, or multi - purpose trails. 4) Create boulevard tree standards that provide environmental benefits (stormwater management, shade to reduce heating and cooling costs, filtering air pollutants, reduce urban heat island effect), enhance quality of life, and are practical and affordable. As seen in Figure 2, a street section of 22' can accommodate parking on one side of the street with two cars passing one another on a residential street. A 22' street section with parking on one side can also accommodate larger vehicles but there may be some yielding when vehicles must pass one another near a parked vehicle. Narrowed streets could reduce costs and also provide room for sidewalk on one side that is no closer than the previous street edge once was located. FIGURE 2 - RWMWD /BARR REPORT 4 Draft 5/13/11 FIGURE 3 — RESIDENTIAL STREET - RWMWD /BARR REPORT Draft 5/13/11 Active Living Opportunities — Providing a designated system of sidewalks, trails, and bike lanes increases the likelihood for walking and biking. Figure 4 depicts a typical layout of a collector street with biking and pedestrian facilities which could be standardized through ordinance language. Right -Of -Way Sidewalk Alley \ C! Bumpout Parking Street Trees Bituminous Roadway Alley - Rlght -of-Way Existing Street Edge Rainwater Garden Public Art —1 Component t FIGURE 4 — COLLECTOR STREET - RWMWD /BARR REPORT RECOMMENDATION That the ETC discuss a Living Street Policy /Plan and develop a framework for working collaboratively with staff, other boards and commissions, and the City Council, with the intent to ultimately recommend a Living Street Policy /Plan to be implemented as the new vision for neighborhoods and collector streets in Edina. This Living Street Policy /Plan is important considering the large capital investment that will be occurring throughout the city to local neighborhoods over the next decade and beyond. Attachments: 1) Sample Resolution 2) Excerpts from 2008 Comprehensive Plan 6 Draft 3/10/11 DRAFT RESOLUTION DECLARING SUPPORT FOR ESTABLISHING A LIVING STREETS POLICY FOR THE CITY OF EDINA, MINNESOTA WHEREAS, the Living Streets concept is designed to assure safety and accessibility for all the users of our roads, trails and transit systems, including, pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, motorists, commercial.and emergency vehicles, and for people of all ages and of all abilities; and WHEREAS,' Living Streets reduce congestion by providing safe travel choices that encourage non - motorized transportation options, .increasing the overall capacity of the transportation network; and WHEREAS, Living Streets will help,the City of Edina reduce greenhouse gas emissions as more people choose an alternative to the - single occupant vehicle; and Living Streets is consistent with the US Mayors Climate Protection Agreement and the City's participation in the Green Steps Cities program; and WHEREAS, Living Streets support economic growth and community stability by providing accessible and efficient connections between home, school, work, recreation and retail destinations by improving the pedestrian and vehicular environments throughout communities; and WHEREAS, Living Streets enhance safe walking and bicycling options for school age children, in recognition of the objectives of the national Safe Routes to School program; and WHEREAS, Living Streets provide environmental and social benefits including but not limited to: 1) Improving stormwater quality 2) Providing traffic calming measures 3) Enhancing community feel 4) Promoting active living 5) Improving biking'and walking conditions 6) Protecting and enhancing.the urban forest THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that in order.to.develop and maintain a.safe, efficient, balanced and environmentally sound bity transpo'rtation;sys m for people of all ages and abilities, transportation and development projects "shall incorporate -;a philosophy that expands, transportation choices and further incorporates,the Living Streets theme and keyconcepts listed above; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the ETC in collaboration with staff shall prepare a Living Streets Policy /Plan and staff shall concurrently review city _ ordinances, engineering standards, policies, and guidelines in order to make recommendations ultimately to the City Council on a Living Street Policy /Plan that will reduce impacts to the environment; be practical and economical, while also meeting community and stakeholder needs consistent with Living Streets concepts. 7 Draft 5/13/11 Excerpts from 2008 Comprehensive Plan Chapter 4: Land Use Goals - 1. Protect and preserve the essential character of existing residential neighborhoods (p. 4 -21) 6. Increase mixed use development where supported by adequate infrastructure to minimize traffic congestion, support transit, and diversity tax base (p. 4 -22) 7. Increase pedestrian and bicycling opportunities and connections between neighborhoods, and with other communities, to improve transportation infrastructure and reduce dependence on the car (p. 4 -22) 8. Ensure that public realm corridor design is contextual, respectful of adjacent neighborhood character supportive of adjacent commercial and /or mixed use development, promotes community identify and orientation, and creates the highest quality experience for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit users (p. 4 -22) Land Use and Transportation Interface There is a fundamental link between land use planning and transportation planning. The transportations system must function as a network that links a diversity of uses in a manner that promotes efficient multi -modal travel (motor vehicles, bicycle, transit and pedestrian).... Chapter 7 of this Comprehensive Plan deals with transportation, and responds to and supports the land use and community design policies presented in this chapter. (p. 4 -22) Land Use Policies - 3. Edina has evolved to a large degree into a community defined by roads. The City's roads should continue to evolve to act as connectors, rather than as barriers. The city will incorporate amenities and infrastructure into its public corridors to make them beautiful, efficient, multi -modal public spaces. S. In reviewing developing proposals, the City will examine how land use and transportation are integrated to ensure that new development and redevelopment expands non - motorized travel options. 6. The City will maintain the current open space and wetlands acreage and seek to expand it whenever possible. 8. The City will grow and develop in a sustainable manner that will protect its high quality natural environment, promote energy efficiency and conservation of natural resources, and minimize the impacts of buildings on the environment over the lifetime of each building. (p. 4 -34) Staging Development: Small Area Plans — These Small Area Plans may include planning principles such as: 1) Area or neighborhood land use pattern and design that encourages walking and transit use 2) High degree of connectivity to existing and new public (and active private) spaces to encourage physical activity, social interaction, and optimal land use 3) Smaller parking footprints 4) Reduction in impervious surfaces and associated storm water runoff (p. 4 -35). Citywide Movement Patterns and Public Spaces— Principles: 8. Design public open and green linkages that bring both amenity and positive image to neighborhoods, corridors, and business precincts. 9. Design public streets to serve not only vehicles but also pedestrians, people with mobility disadvantages and bicycles, balancing the spatial needs of existing and future users within the right -of -way. Address both mobility and recreational needs and opportunities. 10. Create walkable streets that foster an active public life; 11. Protect and improve the urban forest, including street trees and related landscaping, in order to provide shade and shelter for pedestrians and screening for parking and service uses. 12. Create and promote environments that make it safe and convenient for people to integrate physical activity into their daily routines. 8 Draft 5/13/11 13. Recognize and integrate Edina's historic landscape features, such as its stone walls and gateways, into the design and redesign of streets, paths and pedestrian ways. 14. Promote a clear hierarchy of street types of distinctive and differentiated character that are defined by landscape and pedestrian amenities as well as adjacent buildings. Within larger redevelopment sites, promote a fine- grained and interconnected network of local streets and paths, encouraging pedestrian circulation and providing a choice of access points (p. 4 -36. See also Guidelines of 4- 37 -391. Guidelines: Medium= and`High- Density Design (All Uses) — A Pedestrian - Friendly Environment: Improving the auto - oriented design pattern discussed above under "Issues" will call for guidelines that change the relationship between parking, pedestrian movement and;building placement. Landscaping: Provide visual screening and privacy to buffer car`s from people,;provide visual relief and alloiystormuvoter "" infiltration in parking lots. Permeable liardscape, where appropriate, is preferred over blacktop or traditional paving. Parking: Evaluate current parking standards in order to encourage shared parking and minimize the visual impact of surface parking. • Design surface parking to maximize stormwater infiltration and allow for groundwater recharge, using infiltration swales, pervious pavement or similar techniques • Where vehicle parking requirements exist, implement minimum bicycle parking standards as well (p. 4 -45). Movement Patterns: • Provide sidewalks along primary streets and connections to adjacent neighborhoods along secondary streets or walkways. • Limit driveway access from primary streets while encouraging access from secondary streets. • Encourage enhanced transit stops, including shelters, shade and seating where feasible. • Provide pedestrian amenities, such as wide sidewalks, street trees, pedestrian -scale lighting, and street furnishings (benches, trash receptacles, etc) (p. 4 -47). Implementation — Provision for urban forest protection and improvement consistent with Plan guidance for creating a pleasant pedestrian environment, screening parking'areas,- providing,the benefits of landscaping, and restoring environmental processes that a tree canopy. provides the biological community. These provisions may include at tree preservation ordinance. Other measures may'also be considered to ensure appropriate tree replacement and management of our urban forest (4 -56). Chapter 7: Transportation Goals and Policies: Transportation — Goals: 1. Maintain and enhance mobility for residents and businesses through creation and maintenance of a balanced system of transportation alternatives. 2. Implement a fully multi -modal transportations system. that supports the land use vision and future land use plan' for managing and shaping future growth. 3. Minimize the impacts of the transportation system on Edina's environment and neighborhood quality of life. 4. Reduce the overall dependence on the use of single- occupant vehicles by promoting land use patterns that allow for shorter vehicular trips ad the use of alternative travel options. 5. Ensure that all Edina's residents, workers, and visitors, including those with transportation disadvantages, have viable travel options. 6. Promote a travel demand management program through a coordinated program of regulations, marketing, and provisions of alternative travel options. 9 Draft 5/13/11 Z Provide multiple travel options for transit users, pedestrians, bicyclists, and rideshare users, as well as for drivers of private automobiles. 8. Support attractive and high performance transit service connections. 9. Manage parking provision to encourage joint and shared use of facilities, ride - sharing (car pools and van pools), bicycle parking, and increased transit use (p. 7- 38 -39). Policies Roadway Design: 5. Design /enhance collector and arterial roadways to minimize through traffic on local streets in the functional classification system, and to be compatible with other transportation modes including transit, bicycle and pedestrian. 6. Use adequate transitions and buffers including, but not limited to, earth berms, walls, landscaping and distance to mitigate the undesirable impact of high volume roadways. 8. Encourage beautification of local roadways, where appropriate, with amenities such as boulevard streets, decorative street lighting, and monuments. 9. Monitor and address transportation requirements associated with demographic trends, such as an aging population (p. 7- 39 -40). Parking: 2. Continue to limit on- street parking in and near congested commercial areas. Pedestrian /Bicycle: 1. Provide accessibility to pedestrians and bicycles at major activity centers, including necessary storage facilities. 2. Create pedestrian and bicycle interconnections among major generators, with continuity across major roadways and other barriers. 3. Review and recommend construction of pedestrian and bike paths throughout Edina cooperatively with the Three Rivers Park District and Hennepin County. 4. Promote safe walking, bicycling and driving. Promote vehicle drivers respect for bicycles and pedestrians along with bicyclists and pedestrian observation of signs and sue of designed paths for travel. S. Support inclusion of pedestrian and bicycle access planning when upgrading roadways, bridges and redevelopment projects. 6. Provide sidewalks and safe crossings for areas of potential pedestrian /vehicle conflicts, including high-traffic streets, commercial areas, areas with transit access, and in high - density residential locations. 7. Provide appropriate signage in areas of potential conflict between pedestrians and automobile traffic. 8. Separate pedestrian traffic from bicycle traffic to ensure desired safety conditions. When a bicycle facility is provided, considerations should also be given to providing a corresponding pedestrian way where possible. This could be as a separate facility or through striping. 9. Support recommendations of the Comprehensive Bicycle Transportation Plan for implementation (7- 43 -44) Comprehensive Bicycle Transportation Plan— Vision: The guiding vision for this document is to support the gradual transportation of the City of Edina into a "progressive bicycle friendly community where citizens can easily integrate cycling into their daily lives" (p. 8). Guiding Principles The following goals and principles guide the recommendations included in this Plan: 10 Draft 5/13/11 Improving Safety: proactively addressing existing hazardous conditions, assigning dedicated road space to cyclists, and alerting motorists of their presence will help improve safety and convenience for all users of Edina's streets and sidewalks. Connecting to Local and Regional Destinations: Providing safe and convenient connections to destinations in Edina and neighboring communities will increase bicycle use and help lower demand on Edina's overall automobile transportation system. Connecting to the growing network of regional trails will expand the number of potential destinations available to Edina citizens and provide increased access to our region's recreational and transportation assets. Safe Routes for All: Bicycling can serve the mobility needs of people over a wide range of ages and abilities. Providing a network of safe and comfortable bicycle routes to schools and parks will be an important builder of healthy life -long habits of actives living and independence for children, seniors and other adults. Bicycling As A Base For Community Health: A safe and inviting bicycle transportation network will help improve community health by increasing opportunities for active transportation and active living for all of Edina's citizens. Bicycling As A Useful Transportation Option In Edina: A high quality bicycle network will make it easy and convenient for people in Edina to choose cycling as a way to meet at least some of their transportation and mobility needs. A network of safe, convenient and easily accessible routes will expand and use of the bicycling as a useful transportation option in Edina (p. 8 -9). Chapter 9: Parks, Open Space, and Natural Resources Natural Resources Conservation and Management Goals: 4. Conserve, and replace as necessary, Edina's urban forest to ensure the long -term vitality and viability of this integral part of Edina's overall identity and attractiveness (9 -21) Policies: 5. Create a program for maintaining trees throughout the City, and replacing them as necessary (p. 9 -22). Walking and Biking Trails Pathways Plan Policies: 2. Continue to work with the Bike Edina Taskforce and Public Works staff to implement the new bike pathway master plan for the Cit of Edina. The objective is to identify the best routes for connecting existing and future internal park trail systems, as well as to identify the most appropriate routes for links to regional systems, as well as to identify the most appropriate routes for links to regional trails that will connect to neighboring community trails (p. 9 -26). Chapter 10: Energy and Environment Goals and Policies —Air 4. Encourage property owners to plant trees along roadways where possible to help reduce traffic noise and absorb carbon dioxide Chapter 11: Community Services and Facilities Environmental Health /Public Health Goals and Policies: 1. Ensure an Effective Local Government Public Health System. 11 Draft 5/13/11 • Inform, educate and empower people about health issues • Mobilize community partnerships and action to identify and solve health problems • Develop policies and plans that support individual and community health efforts 2. Reduce Behavioral Risks that are Primary Contributors to Morbidity /Mortality. Behavioral risks that contribute to morbidity and mortality include tobacco use, alcohol and other drug use, physical activity /inactivity, nutrition, and weight management. A strategy for reducing these behavioral risk factors is: • Health education and promotion of health lifestyles and healthy living. 3. Promote Health for All Children, Adolescents, and their Families. • Work with the Park and Recreation Department to implement the requirements of the "Fit City" program. 4. Promote Well -Being of the Elderly, Those with Disability, Disease or Chronic Illness. • Fostering healthful behaviors such as good nutrition, physical exercise, medication management, obtaining flu shots, efforts to reduce isolation and promote mental health (p. 11- 12 -13). 12 Draft 5/13/11 MINUTES OF THE Edina Transportation Commission o e' Thursday, March 17, 2011 0 Edina City Hall 4801 West 50th Street •jl`rQ° lass 'Council Chambers MEMBERS PRESENT: Katherine Bass, Thomas Bonneville, Ann Braden, Sarah Engbretson, Nathan Franzen, Jennifer Janovy, Paul Nelson, Bodhe Scheerer, Elin Schold Davis, Michael Thompson MEMBERS ABSENT: STAFF PRESENT: Jack Sullivan, Sharon Allison I. Call to Order The meeting was called to order by chair Janovy. II. Approval of Minutes a. Regular Meeting of February 17, 2011 The minutes were changed to include `All voted aye. Motion carried' at the end of Items Ill.a and Ill.b where motions were made. Commissioner Bonneville motioned to approve the corrected minutes and the motion was seconded by Commissioner Franzen. All voted aye. Motion carried. III. Traffic Safety Report a. Traffic Safety Report for March 2, 2011 Traffic issues around the high school was discussed including difficulty exiting the parking lot with no real solution; parking lot orientation was changed but no real improvement visible with exiting; school buses get priority exiting parking lot and then students make a mad dash; someone directs traffic in the mornings and afternoons. Suggested solutions were time - controlled stop sign and more students biking and riding school buses. IV. Community Comment None. V. Old Business a. Edina Transportation Commission Ordinance The following is a summary of discussion regarding revising the Edina Transportation Commission Ordinance and Purpose and Duties. Transportation Commission • Definition of words such as multi - modal, etc. would be helpful. • Exploration of discoveries in technical advances by other cities such as half signals used in Florida. • Expanding too quickly could cause them to lose focus. • This is an early draft to be modified as they see fit. • Land Use Plan is all about transportation which makes it clear that the City has a plan for transportation and this point to the vision in the Comp Plan. • Edina has one of the best Comp Plan and is hoping that the plan is not to reinvent things and new policies but work towards carrying out vision that is already in place. • Goal is to redefine the ETC as the body to help bring vision to life. • Struggles with projects being approved that are not in the Comp Plan; should become watchdog and voice for Transportation Plan and point out when it misses the mark. • Watchdog has negative connotation; City has many roles; likes what is in draft policy, seems consistent to what was discussed at work session. Purpose and Duties Item No. 1 • Grouping together 1 & 6, 5, 8 & 10 and 7 & 11 was suggested. • Discussion on what is local. • Ability to comment on function of county road. • Operation was defined as 'state of functioning.' • Ability to comment on bus routes, light rail. Item No. 2 • All-inclusive includes everything. • Keep definition broad rather than narrow. Item No. 3 • Whose plan - City's plan, Planning Commission's or both? • More long term plans, filling in gaps and prioritizing what is in the Comp Plan. • Use 'strategies' instead of 'plan.' • Transportation Plan in place that is well done; suggested developing strategies to implement the City's multimodal transportation plan. • A plan for bike in place but none for pedestrians — include a statement to include pedestrians. • Bike plan does not include implementation plans. • Suggestion to reword Item No. 1 as '..the operation and planning of the'.. and eliminate Item No. 3. Item No. 4 • Making sure the vision is being implemented. Item No. 5 • Planning Commission is taking over other plan reviews; the ETC will continue to review these items. • Make this broader and not use specific definitions or terms. • Mr. Sullivan will work on rewording. Item No. 6 • Have done this in the past (Metro Transit route 6, Bren Rd, 169, etc.) 2 Item No. 7 Remove `on as needed basis." Item No. 8 • This can have a variety of meanings. • Change "traffic" to "transportation" to make it all inclusive. • Receive aggregate data and.mapping to see how to prioritize. • Related to Item No. 7; identify opportunity for encouragement e.g. nothing can be done to change the high school area so incent students to bike to schools. Item No. 9 • Add "opportunities" to end of sentence. • Staff :can handle this. • Big task for ETC. • This was meant to be more in the future for things such as Living Streets. • Funding sources are state /federal /private grants. • Change "related to" to "supporting." Item No. 10 • Leave as is. Membership No change to membership b. Videotaping of ETC meetings Commissions that are televised are Planning, Parks and the ETC. Some noted disadvantages to televising were set -up of room, operation of microphones, appears more formal, conversation not flowing freely and costs. Some noted advantages were everything discussed is in public's interest but some topics they may not find interesting. This information will be forwarded to Council along with `the motion from the previous meeting. VI. New Business a. Living Streets Resolution Chair Janovy suggested reading No. St. Paul's Living Street document that is online. She said excerpts from the Transpoitation,Plan. shows that. it includes Living Streets. After discussion, it was decided that arrangements will be. made to invite a, representative to No. St. Paul to attend .an ETC meeting to explain how they-developed their ,plan. VII. Bike Edina Task. Force. Update (Commissioner Janovy) Bike Rodeo is scheduled for April 30, 10 a.m. Volunteers are needed. VIII. Chair Comments a. Chair and Vice Chair at April Meeting Chair Janovy said new chair and vice chair will be elected at the next meeting. Commissioner Braden volunteered to review the Energy and Environment's bylaws which was provided as a model for other commissions to use. K Commissioner Nelson volunteered to serve on the CAT group for the old public works building site. Commissioner White has resigned and new member Bob McKlveen was appointed. Boards and commissions reception is scheduled for March 21 at Hughes Pavilion. Consensus was reached to inform the Planning Commission via email of what worked well and what didn't regarding traffic reviews. Highways 101 and 42 are shut down due to flooding. Locally, sand bags are being filled in preparation. IX. Staff Comments a. Sensible Land Use Coalition Meeting Commissioner Franzen volunteered to attend Sensible Land Use luncheon; Commissioner Braden will also attend through work. X. Commissioner Comments Commissioner Bass inquired about the study that was done to build a pedestrian overpass at France Avenue. This will be on the next meeting's agenda. XI. Adjournment Meeting adjourned. 4 1N A Yto •lvv • ,c°Ree MINUTES OF THE Edina Transportation Commission Thursday, April 21, 2011 Edina City Hall 4801 West 50th Street Council Chambers MEMBERS PRESENT: Katherine Bass, Thomas Bonneville, Ann Braden, Nathan F Nelson, Elin Schold Davis, Michael Thompson, Robert McKlye MEMBERS ABSENT: Sarah Engbretson, Bodhe Scheerer STAFF PRESENT: Jack Sullivan, Sharon Allison I. Call to Order The meeting was called to order by been meeting off - camera in work s Janovy welcomed new member Bob II. Election of Chair Chair Janovy explained a term limit. She ex leads special meeti Commissioner Bonn seconded b Comm no furthe ;o.W. aK second Commi Chai a ova Commis i =.E Bonneville further nomil seconded by nominated r Thompson. ►urinated Cor Janovy. Sh , Jennifer Janovy, Paul ined to viewers that the ETC had pnce, purpose and duties. Chair chile vice -chair does not have absence of the chair and also a' Jan to continue on as the chair and this was )son. ovy accepted the nomination. There being er Franze otioned to close the nomination and this was . All voted aye. Motion carried. iisT r Franzen to be vice -chair and this was seconded by nmissioner Franzen accepted the nomination. Commissioner 3ioner Nelson and he respectfully declined. There being no ner Braden motioned to close the nomination and this was son. All voted aye. Motion carried. III. Community Cent Mr. Carlin Struckman, 4480 Parklawn Ave. So., #307, Edina, spoke to the ETC regarding traffic enforcement on W. 77th Street between Parklawn Avenue and TH -100. At least once weekly, he said, he has observed drivers being pulled over for no apparent reason and gave an example of a co- worker who was pulled over for excessive tinting on her car that came standard with the car. Mr. Struckman said enforcement should be concentrated in areas where needed like France Avenue. He asked that the ETC "consider issuing a directive to the Edina Police Department that they move their rigorous enforcement of traffic laws to roads with much higher rates of collisions, such as France Ave." IV. Approval of Minutes a. Regular Meeting of March 17, 2011 The following change was made: page 3, New Business, 3rd line, delete 'to' and replace with `of to read "...invite a representative of..." Commissioner Thompson motioned to approve the minutes and the motion was seconded by Commissioner Franzen. All voted aye. Motion carried. V. Traffic Safety Report a. Traffic Safety Report for March 2, 2011 Regarding the high school issue, Commissioner Bonneville as f they had come to a conclusion regarding a resolution. Chair Janovy said this cou • an issue for the student members to look into. Commissioner McKlveen said parking ill be increasing next year so this may decrease the number of students driving to sc o ideas were to encourage students to use other modes of transportation; see if the e a trans a • tion coordinator at the high school who could encourage getting kids to - oI in a van f ways; promoting bicycles for health benefits; creating safe, adequa ar ing to encoura ing and walking; and the city is getting a $5,000 grant for bike ra - s Commissioner Bass s she works with an organization called Catalis, a youth organi a. s , and was anning on to to students regarding the organization and would be willing t ,dude t Regarding item 12 of the report, Co 'ssioner Bonn asked if traffic counts are usually given to developers. Mr. Sullivan sa • . is a data se of traffic counts that is available upon request; however, not all stye a ted. Co : • ' sioner Bonneville asked if a session with staff to understand traffic o • �r.ty s r uld be ful. Mr. Sullivan said reports for various streets could be given to the Regarding pedestrian c on ? "d : Stre - feasibility s udies requested by CM Bennett, Mr. Sullivan said the4' VI. Presentation — " (Cliff Aichinger) Mr. Aichi r sat Stu and d ed b = E Pau use they s stree d utilities are Knowin at the city woul help desig , t eets that w water as a n I function in order to con roJ • issolvel ngton Metro Watershed District 'ads sponsored`6'y4Ramsey- Washington Metro Watershed District eering. The watershed district proposed to work with North St. nif "' benefits for water quality improvement and all of their use i e but they do not have a pavement replacement plan. eed to ull permits from them, the watershed district offered to reduce impervious surface and provides for handling of storm he streets and the City agreed. He said the conclusion was that Bosphorus in ponds they need to control storm water volumes. Mr. Aichinger said Ifaie" s from the City's Comp Plan includes active healthy living through increased biking and walking, greater connection between the neighborhoods, downtown and commercial areas, and improving the aesthetics of the neighborhoods which fits with Living Streets. To develop the plan, he said they had a taskforce of staff and residents, approximately 15 -20 participants that met monthly for one year and went on field trips to see narrow streets and rain gardens and developed goals. He said much attention is given to traffic movements and placement of underground utilities but not much attention is given to pedestrian movement, 2 storm water capture, re- infiltration, biking and aesthetic characters, and the idea is to create a balance of all of these. He said they developed the following goals: 1. To improve storm water quality run -off from impervious surfaces; 2. Reduce impervious surfaces (can reduce street width because not much parking needed); 3. Calm traffic (using various techniques to slow traffic); 4. Improve bike and pedestrians connectivity (create bike lanes, add sidewalks where necessary); 5. Protect and enhance urban forest (create and retain existi es; meander sidewalks around, if necessary); 6. Street construction cost should be equal to or less t aditional street construction (this is feasible because using less asphalt and less -- I ce); 7. Minimize long term maintenance cost. Mr. Aichinger said all streets were examined and t • re proposing to s a I with 15th Avenue using a Clean Water Fund grant of $500,000, ma c E ng funds from the wa s ed district and utility funds from the City. He said the propos to narrow • e street by 6 e provide one parking lane, two traffic lanes, rain garden and p art. O ector streets he aid they are proposing to eliminate one parking lane, add > es and bump -outs. Regarding snowplowing and maintenance of rai ardens, Mr. ger said public works staff did not foresee a problem with plowing exce a i# will be a Ii ower, and they are cautious about maintenance of rain gardens. Currentl a as appro tely 500 rain gardens and they have cooperative agreement with reside • for rrr n e ance. Mr. Aichinger said they uring ne , a b d o'iftre a campaign that approximately 80% of residents are ' pp o sidewaI there are maintenance concerns such as shoveling snow. He hey will #inue dis , ssion for another year to engage residents. In reference to fun from t ater d, Mr. Aichinger said it is unique to be funding streets reconsft o . s i I � first watershed district to approve this type of grant hrct o a one . on improvin •ater quality and the approach is catching on across ountry. aid S n Property Group that owns Southdale Mall is in discussion with : . atershed dis h in N as they were involved because of Maplewood Mall. VII. Old Business W a. ' • Streets PI / esolution Chair Janov d if they k the resolution is a good concept the next step would be to present it to Co >i and ' t ey approve, ask for their direction in creating a process that may include other boat 5 ;pmmissions, staff and residents. Discussion W Commissioner Bonneville said South Harriett Park neighborhood, for example, is a tight knit neighborhood that does not want sidewalk so this might be tough sell. Chair Janovy said it is does not mean every neighborhood would have sidewalks. She said they had previously talked about developing a pedestrian plan by reviewing the Comp Plan to identify missing links of sidewalks. She said CM Bennett did research recently on sidewalks with the idea of mapping where there are sidewalks and missing links identified in the Comp Plan. Mr. Sullivan said most of this is already done. 3 Commissioner Thompson suggested moving forward with a recommendation and creating a taskforce to work on what the City should like over the next 40 -50 years. He said this may take 1 -2 years of planning. Commissioner McKlveen concurred and said he joined the ETC because there is a lot of work to be done and a comprehensive approach would serve the city, residents and staff. He said in his neighborhood that was recently reconstructed, staff had a good plan that would narrow some streets, add traffic calming and a sidewalk adjacent to a school and six residents were able to defeat the plan. He said if there was a city -wide statement supporting an overall goal and educating residents, staff would have had support going forwa Commissioner Bass said she liked the comprehensive appro c r k ieves that while there are concerns, there is evidence that after sidewalks hav a mented neighbors do come around and enjoy them. Commissioner Davis agreed and said there are FIR e stakeholders' would need to be involved. Commissioner Franzen said this is an opportunity , xplor can be done in : e future. Commissioner Braden said it was be cial to have t senter tonight and the same could be done to educate residents. Commissioner Nelson said he is in favo d th t is a I e done in determining what needs to be done where and what is mos nefici I Commissioner McKlvee otion o forwa resolution o Council for consideration and the motion was sec by Co m sioner en. All voted aye. Motion carried. b. ETC Ordin Revi ° Chair Janovy said a co ;� d itr a since last seen, including changing `traffic' in #8 to ` s a ion.' Sh . a d the city m er commented on the draft also and his email was ha a out oni . ht1. Reg - , item #5, Mr. - I an s er discussion with staff, they've agreed that the original langua as appropriate. Regarding #8, chaff , anovy said there are still some concerns with traffic vs transportation. ulliv : said staff feels the definitions are different.and transportation works better. Staff will re tions and compare to Comp Plan and city codes for consistency. Commissioner Bass mltioned to approve the revision of the ordinance and forward to Council and the motion was seconded by Commissioner Nelson. All voted aye. Motion carried. VIII. New Business a. ETC Bylaws -Draft Chair Janovy said they are required to have bylaws. Commissioner Bonneville asked about the term `secretary' and how was it different from Sharon. Chair Janovy said the city manager can make staff available as is the case and if not, the bylaws provide for them to appoint one. 4 Commissioner Bonneville suggested changing it to say 'appoint a secretary if one is not provided' and move to section 11 where it talks about officers. Chair Janovy said communications between members is government data and that they may have to copy city hall on everything. She said she is waiting for clarification from the city manager. Mr. Sullivan said he will check to see if a place could be created to keep information that could be shared with everyone, otherwise continue to send information to staff for distribution. Chair Janovy said she will revise the bylaws and distribute to review. IX. Bike Edina Task Force Update (Commissioner Jano Chair Janovy reported the following: • Bike rodeo is planned for Saturday, 10 a.m. at - and schoo they are looking for volunteers. • The City received a grant for 40 -60 single ent bike racks and `a are being developed. • The annual bike parade is being organize CM Bri - e • Discussing the role of BETF and how it work -TC. • Openings on the BEFT for thre embers, esp • i , women. Meetings are 2 "d Thursday of the month at 8 p. our. X. Chair Comments Chair Janovy said council is meeting with • ards a issio chairs to consider taping of meetings. Commissioner 11 in agree., t quart aping of the ETC. XI. Staff Comme s Mr. Sullivan rep that con r • tion sea has begun; load restriction is still on; construction on W. • t egun ther s s /neighborhoods that will be starting soon are W. 44th Avenue, 11 hores, McCauley Heights, Oscar Roberts, Interlach nce a -e and Valle a sidewalks. The traffic safety coordinator will be putt' wn r cou on to fill in gaps in data and as requested. Residents in con on areas ar nera 1. otified by letter monthly and weekly by email using City Extr XII. Corn sion Comme Commission ass said o ington Public Health Department is hosting a Safe Routes to School Confer Aug 6 -18 and is paying for one member of the ETC to attend. Commissioner Fra. :. teered to attend. Commissioner BonneVille said there may be several committees formed for the small area plan for Grandview with one being transportation. He suggested the ETC could become involved to share experience. Commissioner Nelson said he is involved. Commissioner Davis said she would like to gather information on transportation alternative volunteer driver program to share with the ETC to see if the City would be interested. Chair Janovy asked if she would like to give a formal presentation and she said yes. 5 Commissioner Franzen said he would like to reinforce that many people are excited about Living Streets policy based on the Sensible Land Use Coalition meeting he and Commissioner Braden recently attended. Commissioner Thompson complimented staff on their public outreach for construction updates for the W. 70th Street project. He said he lives nearby and would encourage everyone to go the website for information on the detour route. Commissioner McKlveen thanked everyone for inclusion and said he is looking forward to serving. XIII Meg R. o e 0 \ �Reee REPORT/RECOMMENDATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item IX. DEBRA MANGEN Action From: CITY CLERK ❑ Discussion Information Date: MAY 17, 2011 Subject: CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED SINCE LAST COUNCIL MEETING INFORMATION/BACKGROUND: Attached are copies of a -mails and letters received since the last Council meeting. Susan Howl r From:. - Jennifer Bennerotte - Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2011 10:41 AM To: ED Everyone Subject: April website report Good morning! Activity on the City of Edina website reflected the following activity during the month of April 2011: Total visits: 94,146 Number of visitors: 41,987 Total number of hits: 3,096,614 Average time of each visit: 11 minutes Total "page views: 236,018 Average page views -per day: 7,867 Busiest day of the month: April 26 with 145,075 hits The most visited page was City Manager Scott Neal's blog, with 3,822 visits. Other top pages included the following -(with number of visits): Job Listings 3,680 Centennial. Lakes Park — 2,089 Administration & Jobs — 2,038 Park & Recreation Department —1,871 Telephone-Numbers & Contacts — 1,760 Edina Store —1,720 Edina Aquatic Center -1,683 Permits & Applications —1,644 Engineering & Public Works Department — 1,500 The most frequently accessed PDF among visitors was the Spring /Summer Park &'Recreation Activities Directory, which was downloaded 4,170 times. Other frequently downloaded files included the following (with number of downloads): Employment application — 3,032 Minnehaha Woods Feb. 10 presentation -2,946 March 25 Friday Report —1,692 Bike plan — 1,5.20 Summer 2009 About Town —1,494 2011 Budget —1,201 West 701h Street landscaping concepts —1,137 2009 CAFR 945 Community street map -- 872 Ecommerce totaled $150,464.54 in April. Top sales were Edina Aquatic Center season passes, $108,986.14; golf lessons, $16,222; Art Center class registrations, $8,668; tennis program registration, $3,033; and Adventure Peak birthday party registrations, $2,240. We have been streaming video on our website for more than two years. The most requested videos in April were the April episode of "Agenda: Edina," 137 views; April 19 City Council meeting, 77; April 5 City Council meeting, 63; April -May episode of "Beyond the Badge," 47; April episode of "In Edina," 38; April 12 Park Board meeting, 30; "Reflections on Bullying" promotional video, 19; March 23 Planning Commission meeting, 14; April 21 Transportation Commission meeting, 13; March episode of "In Edina," 13; and March 15 City Council meeting, 12. All videos are also available on You Tube: 1 The City now has Facebook pages for all of its enterprise facilities. Edinborough Park has 677 "fans." Centennial Lakes Park has 191. The Edina Art Center has 167. Braemar Golf Course has 161. Braemar Arena has 118. The Edina Aquatic Center has 95. Edina Liquor has 86. It is believed that the facilities' additional social media presence has driven increased traff ic to their websites. Please continue to tell others about our website and think about ways to improve it. If you have suggestions or questions, contact me. Thanks! -` Jennifer Bennerotte, Communications & Marketing Director 952- 833 -9520 1 Fax 952 - 826 -0389 2. JBennerotteCcDci.edina.mn.us I www,CityofEdina.com �'� = ...For Living, Learning, Raising Families & Doing Business RECE0 V ED Robert J. Christianson, Jr. Y 3 2011 23 Woodland Road Edina, Minnesota 55424 .............. 952- 920 -6107 10152 South Ocean Drive, #415 (winter) Jensen Beach, Florida 34957 772 -229 -3631 RJC23(.AOL.Com May 12, 2011 Mr. Scott Neal, City Manager City of Edina 4801 West 50`h Street Edina, MN 55424 Re: Woodland Road Dear Mr. Neal: I live at 23 Woodland Road and have been here for 20 years. Several years ago a proposal to repair Woodland Road, repair the sewers and add curbs and gutters and new street lights was brought to the City Council by the City's engineering department. The genesis of the proposal was a petition signed by a majority of the residents. Unfortunately, the City engineer's proposal appeared to be beyond what some of the residents thought they were signing on for. In addition, it proposed assessing property owners on a cul de sac who were not going to benefit because that portion of Woodland Road had recently been improved. Consequently, because opposition was expressed, the City engineer's office withdrew its recommendation and suggested that nothing be done for 10 years, in spite of its conclusion that the work was needed then. As I recall that was changed to five years at the Council. meeting. Some temporary patching has been done since due to extreme pot - holing. For example, a crew came by yesterday and attempted patching. They missed about half of the holes. It is time for the City engineering department to take another look at this situation. Woodland Road continues to deteriorate at an;alarming rate. The potholes are more in, number, deeper in nature and the drainage is clearly inadequate. " The patching clearly has not worked and does not alleviate the drainage problems.. The longer the inevitable is delayed, the more expensive the needed rebuilding will be. If the woik had.been` done when the City engineer's office proposed it be done, the cost would have been significantly less than it would be today and certainly in the future. It seems to me that a professional opinion and recommendation should have trumped vocal opposition. The same is true today.' It should not require a petition to have needed infrastructure repairs and/or replacements done. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Yours truly, Robert J. Christianson, Jr. Cc: Mr. James Hovland, Mayor, Mr. Wayne Houle, City Engineer Susan Howl From: Lynette Biunno Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 3:31 PM Cc: Susan Howl Subject: FW: Soldo RECEWED Lynette Biunno, Receptionist MAY O 2011 952 - 927 -8861 1 Fax 952 - 826 -0389 Fn , Ibiunno(cDci.edina.mn.us I www.CitvofEdina.com - - - - - - - - - - - - ...For Living, Learning, Raising Families & Doing Business From: JC331 @aol.com [mailto:JC331 @aol.com] Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 20113:29 PM To: James Hovland Cc: Lynette Biunno; Scott Neal Subject: Fwd: Soldo I forgot to include you, Mayor Hovland and City Council members in my last correspondence to Manager Neal. I think we should be all be following this very closely. Looks like I might have to dust off my old legal textbooks. I'm sending out a broadcast email to solicit help from other concerned citizens. After seeing how successful Ms. Hoganson has been with social media, traditional media outlets and government authorities, I'm truly inspired and want to give back to the community. Thank you, Jay Carroll From: JC331@aol.com To: sneal @ci.edina.mn.us Sent: 5/10/2011 3:21:09 P.M. Central Daylight Time Subj: Soldo Dear Manager Neal, Can you please forward to me a copy of the investigator's bill. I and the rest of my fellow taxpayers would like to see how much her services cost us. Thank you Jay Carroll Susan Howl Subject: FW: State of Minnesota Auditor situation REC EKED From: JC331 @aol.com [mailto:JC331 @aol.com] MAY 10 2011 Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 10:38 AM To Scott Neal Cc: James Hovland; Lynette Biunno Subject: State of Minnesota Auditor situation Dear Manager Neal, Can you tell me how many "609" reports Edina has filed with the State Auditors Office in the, last five years? These reports are vital, the law and are the foundation of the Minnesota State Auditor to be kept informed of all and, any transgressions happening in,.our Minnesota State Municipal Liquor Stores. They are an important part of transparency and an enforcement tool for Deputy�State Auditor Celeste Grant to investigate and regulate the Municipal Liquor Store industry. "609" reports labeled as such, are those situations as,defined by Minnesota Statute 609.456 subd.1 which states that "Under Minnesota Law, a public. employee or officer of a political subdivision who discovers evidence of theft, embezzlement, unlawful use of public funds or property or misuse of public funds or property must report the alleged incident(s) to the office of the State Auditor ". Surely the situations of Rosie (cashier), at the York store or Aaron Carlson from the Vernon (under the watchful tutelage of Gregory; Keehr) must had set the wheels in motion in regard to "609" reports being filed. Considering those earlier situations and now the recent evidence gathered by the "skilled outside neutral investigator" and subsequent actions'taken, I would assume the our City has filed a "609" report and been in contact with the Deputy State Auditor. Manager Neal, Mayor Hovland and, City Council Members. how. many "609" reports have been filed by the City of Edina to the:State Auditors office in the last five years? I've have sent numerous emails to many different off_ ices at our City Hall with specific questions and I am amazed how few responses I �have received. Is this the "status quo" of how are City is being run? To be fair, I have been receiving good communications from Manager Neal'and a few of the Council Members. I understand the "Data Privacy" situation, but I am absolutely amazed at the secrecy of the inner - workings of our Enterprise Funds. We the citizens and taxpayers have.the legal right to transparency. In my opinion, I really thought that.when former Manager Hughes retired that the "laissez - faire" style of governing of our Enterprise Funds would change. I am still hopeful that will be the case. As a concerned life -long Edina resident, I feel it is my duty as a taxpayer and citizen of Edina to do my best to help our elected leaders and hired staff to make Edina the best it can be! Regards, Jay Carroll Susan Howl From: JC331 @aol.com [mailto:3C331 @aol.com] Sent: Monday, May 09, 2011 11:13 AM R EC E �YE I To: Scott Neal Cc: James Hovland; Lynette Biunno; csmith@ci.edina.mn.us Subject: Monday morning questions Good morning Manager Neal, It has been many weeks since the termination of some liquor, store .employees at the 50th and France store. Now that the City has set a legal precedent of terminating City employees for "buying at wholesale ', I would like to know, if the investigation has., moved onto employees at the other -liquor stores, maybe even other departments as well? I hope so, because it would not. take a Hercule Poirot to be able to easily identify other offenders. 1'.II ask a simple and direct question, is the investigation still ongoing? Who is the outside investigator that my wife and I and other taxpayers have been paying for, over the last five months? We the taxpayers and citizens have the right to know. The fact that some of the invoices in question were not signed by an alleged offender doesn't dismiss them from deeper investigation. In fact it only raises the specter of deeper and more, intractable improprieties. Again, it is very simple, compare the invoices from the distributors and the City's own records and.let the truth come out! Especially those distributor's whose full time representatives are also Edina Liquor Store employees. Celeste Grant, Minnesota Deputy State Auditor and General Counsel whose office oversees the Municipal Liquor Stores of Minnesota, I'm sure would be very interested in the plethora of issues going on at Edina's liquor stores. I believe her office has the might and professional distance to see these matters to their legal end, regaining confidence and ethical standards that befits the municipalities they represent. Also, in the matter of our Director of Liquor Store' Operations receiving a cash college scholarship -award for his family from the MMBA, when will the money be returned to. the: MMBA or deposited into the City's coffers? If the money is not being returned to the MMBA, this money is City property and I'm sure the taxpayers and' citizens would like to know how this is being handled and the 'disciplinary actions that will imposed. In light of the distant and recent disturbing actions and continuing trends at our Liquor Stores, has the City thought of canceling the "Taste of Edina" event this week? My personal recollection is that the event sells very few tickets and is attended by the vendors, vendor's friends, City Staff .(hopefully paying), Chamber Members (hopefully paying) and surprisingly very few private citizens of Edina. If you take the cost of renting the Pavilion (I hope someone is paying the Parks & Rec. for it's use like a private party would have to) and furnishing with tables glasses linens etc., the additional payroll to staff, the loss of the thousands of dollars of free goods that could have gone into the the Edina Liquor Stores inventory for re -sale, I'm not sure this event should even be taking place. The inherent liability that the City of Edina is serving alcohol in great volume, in a relatively short period, is alone a huge risk. I hope that a full financial summary report will be available to the citizens of Edina within a reasonable amount of time after the close of the event. I am looking forward to reviewing the report and informing my neighbors, my fellow taxpayers and other residents of the viability of such an event. Regards, Jay lMinnesota 1 Historical Society April 27, 2011 Joyce Repya City of Edina 4801 West 50th St. Edina, MN 55424 RE, Certified Local Government Grant Local Designations for Six Properties Dear Ms. Repya: SEAL MAY 4 2011 I am pleased to inform you that on April 19, 2011 the Minnesota Historical Society's Grants Review Committee reviewed the city's Certified Local Government grant application. Their recommendation was to approve the request of 6000. The Grants Office is in the process of preparing the Certified Local Government Grant Agreement for your project. It will be forwarded to you within the next few weeks. 3 On behalf of the Society and the State Historic Preservation Office, I am pleased to be able to inform you of this'award. Our office looks forward to working with the city on this important project. Should you have any questions or concerns about the award, please do not.hesitate to call Mike Koop at 651- 259 -3452. Thank you. Sincerely, Britta L. Bloomberg Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer cc: Joel Stegner, HPC Chair Minnesota Historical Society, 345 Kellogg Boulevard West, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102 651- 259 -3000 • 888 - 727 -8386 • www.mnhs.org IRECEWE - -- ►u►y 10.- zmt j Members, Edina City Council Joni Bennett Mary Brindle Josh Sprague Ann Swenson Jim Hovland, Mayor May 6, 2011 Dear Council Members and Mayor Hovland, .vorid withou t GEj� AT WILLIAM MrMIELL COU ME of LAw prof .•r. prevent. pr<z ecl,te M"fffnbm �v «• titi•.�tir►tki�tiit txxl t��ctxmciri:.�r•y; Thank you for the opportunity to tell you about World Without Genocide's upcoming program, "Child Soldiers and Bullying: Taking a Stand against Genocide and Hate." This summer institute for students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades will be held at William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, on August 16 -18. The focus of the institute is to enable students to stand up for human rights both globally and locally. On a global level, participants will learn how to advocate for innocent people in conflict zones around the world. Locally, many Minnesota students face homophobia and xenophobia in school -based bullying. Institute participants will develop skills to create a school environment in which everyone matters - and everyone matters equally. The City of Edina is at the forefront of national efforts to confront the problem of bullying. We invite the City Council to publicize this summer program widely to parents and youth in our community and to encourage student attendance. Although workshops for teachers and administrators help to create a positive school environment, it is imperative for students to learn to care about and care for each other. This summer institute will teach students to stand up against bullying in their schools and communities. We would be honored to list, the City of Edina as a co- sponsor, along with William Mitchell College of Law, should you decide to publicize and promote the institute. You might also consider offering a scholarship for students to attend (the fee is $100). I look forward to hearing from you about this program. Sincerely, Ellen J. Kennedy, Ph.D. Executive Director 952 - 693 -5206 kennedy@worldwithoutgenocide.org Susan Howl From: Lynette Biunno Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 8:56 AM Cc: Susan Howl Subject: FW: Unpaid utilities certification ? Lynette Biunno, ReceptionistY 1 0 2o�i ((Pi 952-927-88611 Fax 952 - 826 -0389 i�r Ibiunno(cDci.edina.mn.us I www.CityofEdina.com For Living, Learning, Raising Families & Doing Business From: Kathy Dahlheimer [ mailto:kdahlheimer @comcast.net] Sent: Monday, May 09, 20117:39 PM To: Lynette Biunno Subject: Unpaid utilities certification Hello ... This is the second year I have watched the meeting where there has been discussion of a business in Edina that does not pay its water bill. It seems as though the council members know what business it is but the name remains unspoken. I think it is time you name the business and let the rest of us that pay our bills and taxes decide if we want to patronize that business. If that information or at least the PID could be made public that might accomplish way more than your legal endeavors. In no way is this meant for citizens who may have come upon emergency situations whereby they become delinquent but only referring to this flagrant violator. Thank you for your work and attention to this request. Susan Howl From: Ron Way [ma i Ito: ron-way@comcast. net] MAY 0 5 2011 Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2011 3:33 PM To: Lynette Biunno Subject: COYOTES Attn: Mayor Hovland cc: Council Members Mayor Hovland: I am a Hovland supporter. You've been good for Edina, and I especially liked your support of the creek option for the regional bike trail through our city. But... PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE take some time to fully understand the coyote situation. I appreciate that the scare words like we read in this morning's Strib can complicate the lives of political leaders like you. Coyotes are opportunistic critters that, like the deer and turnkey, have moved into U.S. urban areas. Edina's abundant wetlands and parks provide ideal habitat. As you know, coyotes are small animals (they can puff their fur to appear larger) that prey on small rodents, rabbits, squirrels and cats (which, to me, is good because cats are major killers of songbirds). I know that after years of trying, Braemar's nuisance geese problem was solved when a den of coyotes established on the hill next to the clubhouse. True, Coyotes will take on small dogs. But dogs are not prey so much as they are canine competitors for the equally territorial coyote. People leaving dogfood and other scraps outside will attract coyotes, and that's a problem. So is leaving small dogs outside or allowing them to walk off - leash. COYOTES PRESENT NO DANGER TO HUMANS. Frankly, dogs such as pit bulls (we have them) and deer crossing highways present a far greater danger. Kids hunting Easter eggs or playing in the back yard certainly have nothing to worry about. My strong suggestion is that you undertake a public information campaign such as the one in Chicago (link below). People will pay attention, because their interest is heightened as folks tell tales like in this morning's paper. Eradication or population control efforts haven't work where they're tried, and they won't here. Coyotes are established, an any effort at population reduction will only mean larger litters to take up the biological "vacuum." Thanks for your time. If you wish, I'd be pleased to be part of a campaign to inform people of coyotes and how to live with them. FYI, I'm a former reporter for The Tribune, and I presently write for MinnPost on occasion. - Ron Way, 5708 Lois Ln., 612 - 986 -5158 http: / /www.lcfpd.org /docs /media pub 25097.pdf Susan Howl From: Lynette Biunno - - Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2011 8:39 AM Cc: Susan Howl Subject: FW: Coyote Problem RECEOVED MAY 05 2011 Lynette Biunno, Receptionist _ 952- 927 -8861 1 Fax 952 - 826 -0389 - (" IbiunnoCcDci.edina.mn.us I www.CitvofEdina , com ...For Living, Learning, Raising Families 8, Doing Business From: Eugene Kujava [mailto:gkujava @gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 05, 20118:35 AM To: Lynette Biunno Subject: Coyote Problem Dear Mayor Hovland, After numerous Coyote sightings in my Parkwood Knolls neighborhood, I am writing to voice my opinion on this critical issue. The conventional wisdom that homeowners need to coexist with these predators is unacceptable. This is a suburban problem that needs to be dealt with swiftly and decisively and I support the use of professionals to kill the population. Please support our community by instituting an aggressive and actionable plan rather than the passive "public education" approach of nearby cities. We only have to look at cities like San Diego to know that ignoring this problem' will only result in ever increasing populations of coyotes that regularly threaten residents and their pets. Sincerely,:; Gene Kujava 6605 Parkwood Rd. Edina, Mn 55436 612- 790 -7000 1 o e REPORPRECOMMEN DATION To: MAYOR AND COUNCIL Agenda Item IX. -2 DEBRA MANGEN F-1 Action From: CITY CLERK Discussion Information Date: MAY 17, 2011 Subject: CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED AFTER PACKETS INFORMATION /BACKGROUND: Attached are copies of a -mails and letters received after the packets were delivered to you. Susan Howl May 11, 2011 ___________ I City Council Members, On Tuesday, May 10th, 2011 the Hennepin County Sheriff Special Operations Unit stormed a home across the street from our home. In addition to the Special Operations team there were 15+ non - uniformed personnel and Edina Police that converged on the property. The property raided is 6220 Hansen Road. The afore -noted property is a rental single family home. Since the sale of this property in 2001 to the current owner, Bruce Bedore, it has had problematic renters. With prior issues we had contacted Linda Masica and she coordinated a meeting with us, other concerned neighbors, and the police chief to discuss the rental property. The meeting was very beneficial in providing a forum for the city to share with us the city codes and guidelines so we could be effective in partnering with the city to deal with the problems of the property at that time. Since then renters have turned -over and the current renters have been fairly quiet. As with all neighborhoods in Edina we have a solid representation of families, and nearby to this home is also an in -home daycare. As you can image a raid of this magnitude is highly concerning. According to the Hennepin County Sheriffs Office website the Special Op's Team is utilized for many services, of them for "high -risk warrant service ". I'm writing to you to request assistance in scheduling a meeting with city council representation, Jeff Long — Police Chief and the neighbors who live closely to this property to touch -base on the status of this rental property. Understanding that by law there may be specifics regarding the recent situation that occurred that cannot be shared, we do believe it is important for us to meet with the city to have dialog on our concerns with this property and what activities we could be partnering with the city on to ensure a safe neighborhood. Please let us know what are next steps as we would appreciate meeting soon, and would be happy to notify our neighbors of the meeting date, time and location. Thank you for your time, consideration and action regarding this matter. Brien and Kristin Martin 5329 Maddox Lane 952 - 836 -1753 bmartin 11(cDcomcast. net Susan Howl MAY 16 2011 1 it Hello Edina City Hall, I came across your organization from a Google search (bullying awareness, bullying awareness events, anti - bullying, etc.) and I admire the work you do. So much in fact, that I want to form a relationship with you to take stand against bullying. I am a small business owner / graphic designer of my online promotional products (aka advertising specialties) company called Vital Virtues. I formed it to bring awareness to core issues and call to action to important topics the media typically wouldn't address: equality for women, promoting abstinence, the 7 heaven virtues (instead of the 7 deadly sins), cyber - bullying awareness and prevention, etc. Bullying is a national / international problem ... it starts in the school yard, matures to the corporate workplace, and is found in dangerous militant leaders / terrorist groups. Let's work together to bring about positive change in the world! Here is what I propose: 1) I'm willing to create a custom advertising campaign tailored to your budget for FREE in exchange for company exposure. a) I would like the Vital Virtues logo featured on whatever product we jointly create, name recognition on any and all advertisements, plus Vital Virtues business cards to be distributed at whatever event. b) In exchange, you have the option of using my existing "Families Against Cyber- bullying" art or the wording can be alternated it to fit your needs (Students Against Cyber - bullying, Students Against Bullying, Organization Name Against Bullying, etc). Bags can be purchased in bulk for a discounted rate, or I can screen -print the tee -shirts for small or large groups as little as: $2.98 per shirt yet offer a high quantity of tee - shirts for distribution. c) Or we can create a new anti - bullying campaign from scratch. Since Promotional Products is my specialty, I can suggest products or specials from different vendors to fit any company budget. I can save you money with deals on free shipping, little to no set- up charge, or ordering high quality products in bulk to save money and can be used for future events. (I just ordered 200 20 oz sports water bottles with free shipping and a coupon code for about $1 a bottle, plus I can use that for 4 different promotional events). d) I can design it for you, show your proofs for your approval, even make sure it meets the printer's needs for the highest quality art reproduction. My only artistic requirement is that my Vital Virtues logo is large enough to be recognized. So, the art would need to be approved by your organization and I before going to print. e) We can create a custom campaign for Bullying Awareness Month, Bullying Awareness week, Teen Bullycide Day, No More Bullies Walk (water bottles would be perfect) or whatever event that interests you. Here is my store link: http : / /www.zazzle.com /vitalvirtues* (Browse this Store > Families Against Cyber - bullying) I look forward to working with you. Regards, Kalik Hamilton (Owner/ Designer) Cell: (718) 406 -6686 i 'F'�ECEIVED Susan Howl -)ear Mayor and Council Members: I ----- _--------- As an Edina 'lifer' as well as a walking distance neighbor of Southdale Shopping Center, I've been reading with great interest the news of the proposed Southdale renovations. Our beloved landmark is long overdue for some greatly needed attention —but I am leery of Simon Properties' request for city funds to assist with these efforts. I am hesitant to simply 'give' city money to a private entity for the benefit of their property. I think it's a great idea of.swapping city monies for a possible tract of Southdale property. If this isn't a feasible option, I'm wondering if our monies could go towards the renovation /restoration of the center courtyard. Unfortunately, the 1990/1991 remodel of painting everything teal and white stripped away every bit of the original charm and character that had been in place since Southdale's celebrated opening in 1956: Somehow the.place needs to bring back its destination status. There is currently nothing to distinguish our great pioneer from any other shopping center around the country, which is a huge travesty. Vast remodelling has closed off central corridors and changed both inside and outside traffic flows, great retailers have closed and moved elsewhere (e.g., JB Hudson, Crate &Barrel, JoAnn Fabrics). Now visitors are greeted with pop vending machines at each'entrance and an unwelcoming courtyard. Gone from the central.,courtyard are the goldfish pond, large birdcage, large oak sitting benches, numerous planters full of greenery (and many with original sculptures) and the sidewalk cafe (please see attached photos, for reference). The only original items that remain are the bronze trees sculptures and the large clock —both seemingly now out of place due to the 'generic modernization' deemed warranted 20 years ago. This past February, StarTribune columnist James Lilek wrote the attached article referencing the upcoming Southdale renovation. I think he made a wonderful suggestion — "If the owners wanted to make it a destination again, strip it down to the bones.... And recreate the original interior. Nostalgia for the boomers, hip mid - century style for people besotted with crisp moderinism of 'Mad Men." (Mr. Lilek's article is still available to view on line. Also available with the article are the numerous reader comments in response to his story.) Southdale and its courtyard were featured in the December 12, 1956 Life .Magazine, the television show 'Truth or Consequences' once aired from the courtyard, fashion shows, antique shows and art shows used to be held there. This space was and again should be a vital meeting space for ourcommunity. Perhaps if TIF monies were used to bring back the original charm and concept of the courtyard, could we (the City of Edina) somehow designate the courtyard as a city park or have exclusive permission to use as needed without fees? Could we get the Heritage Preservation Board to designate the space for its historical importance ?. Lastly, it would behoove Simon Properties to start working with some of their current tennants to do some maintenance and upkeep. Specifically,,the walkway bridges to Macy's second floor entries are•in disrepair (sections are sinking) and they are constantly littered with cigarette butts and overflowing garbage cans. Also, the once striking stainless steel door frames at:Macy's are now stained with rust spots. Even some basic gestures of general maintenance and good will from the property owners would go along way in promoting good things to come for Southdale. It's a travesty that across the street, Galleria has packed parking lots while Southdale sits close to empty —both outside and inside. Obviously, the Southdale shopping district still is a vital, successful endeavor.I hope you will weigh our options carefully to ensure a long lasting return on any investment. Respectfully, Robert Moore, 6909 Hillcrest Lane, Edina, MN 55435 Southdale should really go old- school with new look • Article by: JAMES LILEKS , Star Tribune ;l The company that owns Southdale is finally kicking loose a few bucks for an upgrade, and that's good news. Ever since the economy fell down the stairs, the mall has resembled Zombiedale. Not quite alive, not quite dead. Herberger's will occupy the space vacated by Mervyn's, which closed because no one could quite figure out why it existed in the first place, and the food court will be relocated outside of Penney's. It's not the first overhaul -- a 1991 renovation added a wing of shops aimed at kids spending their parents' money, and a food court so high up you needed sherpas and a tank of oxygen to get there. Aside from Sbarro's, I think there's a guy selling bologna from a pack of Oscar Meyer. It has seating for hundreds. It's a nice place to go when you want to be alone. The shuttered shops have dismayed those of us who love the place, but even if it's not your mall, you should care. It's part of our history -- the first of its kind in the country, a vanguard of the postwar model of climate - controlled shopping in a clean, modern space. You hate to see it empty out until there's just a few stores whose clerks keep themselves warm by huddling around a trash can fire. So this is good news -- but there's an opportunity not just to revive it, but make it distinctive. Each new addition or overhaul has erased more of the original character. The birdcage is gone. The creepy kids -on- stilts statues, the fountain, the elegant lighting -- gone. The 1956 clock is still there, as well as that odd two -story metal sculpture that looks like a monument to tetanus, but otherwise it's just another bright white barn, indistinguishable from its brethren across the country. If the owners wanted to make it a destination again, strip it down to the bones ... and re- create the original interior. Nostalgia for the boomers, hip mid - century style for people besotted with the crisp modernism of "Mad Men." This would also mean Macy's would have to change its name back to Dayton's, since many regard them as the stepmom Dad married after he divorced Real Mom. Now's your chance. Give us the old Southdale back. No need to say sorry. All will be forgiven. ilileks .startribune.com • 612 - 673 -7858 More daily at www.startribune.com /poperush. Agzl mift. at I, is ri I 13 WAM mill a. at I, is ri I 13 sr l' - 11 Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Energy and Environment Commission Edina City Hall Community Room Thursday, April 14, 2011, 7 P.M. Members In Attendance and Roll Call: Dianne Plunkett Latham, Sarah.Zarrin, Bill Sierks, Paul Thompson, Bob Gubrud, M. Germana Paterlini, Surya lyer, Karwehn Kata, Alma Pronove, Julie Risser, Keith Kostuch Absent: Susan Tucker Staff Present: Jane Timm, Jesse Struve, Scott Neal Welcome Meeting was called to order at 7:00. p.,m. by Chair Latham., 2. Approval of Agenda and Topic Time Allocation The agenda was approved with changes in the order of'the items'. 3. Approval of March 1'0; Minutes The March 10, 2011 minutes were unanimously approved. 4. Community Comment None. 5. Staff Report Staff Liaison, Jesse Struve made a request to commissioners that all requests for staff go through the EEC chairperson and the EEC chairperson would consult with him to evaluate the request. He requested a one week turnaround time for any request. 6. GreenStep Cities Benchmark Chair Latham welcomed Mayor Hovland and Council Member Bennett to the meeting Jesse Struve gave a short demonstration on the State of Minnesota B3 database. He entered the secure website and noted it was best to keep the database current by updating monthly. One concern was how much staff time would be necessary to keep the database current. It was also noted that the database through the. State of Minnesota was free: Commissioner Sierks made a motion to recommend Katie'Jones to work with Jesse Struve to input the B3 Benchmark data. Commissioner lyer seconded. Motion carried unanimously. The next demonstration wasfrgm Hara Software,(an energy management service) by way of Webinar and conference call and was presented by..Geoff Mohr. This was a shortened version of the, demonstration done at the October '2010'EEC meeting. Greg Ackerson of McKinstry ' Company presented information about their mission and showed the commission work that they have done for both Eden Prairie and a pilot program for Brooklyn Park. Rick Carter. of LHB Corporation and Project Manager for the State of Minnesota Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Pilot within a Pilot Program explained that maintaining an up -to -date B3 database is required to qualify for certain State of Minnesota grants. He gave a presentation regarding the features of the program. Commissioner Gubrud made a motion that EEC recommend to Edina City Council that the City of Edina hire the Urban Land Institute (ULI) at $5000 to apply their Regional Indicator's Project tool (also known as Pilot within a Pilot benchmark) to supply a benchmark for 2009 and 2010 as well as train_ Edina City Staff such that staff can institutionalize the tool and continue benchmarking from 2011 forward. The sectors included are municipal, residential and commercial for electricity, gas, drinking water, waste water, municipal solid waste, recycling, vehicle miles traveled and carbon dioxide. Commissioner Sierks seconded. Motion carried unanimously. 7. Chair Report Chair Latham announced that due to time constraints most items would be tabled to the May 2011 meeting. She reminded the commissioners of the Volunteer Recognition Reception Thursday, April 28, 2011, and asked for a motion for the commissioners to pay out of the EEC budget the required $20 fee for each of the four honored volunteers as well as the three commissioner sintroducing the honored volunteers at the reception. Commissioner Gubrud made a motion to pay $140 from the EEC budget for the volunteer recognition participants. Commissioner Sierks seconded. Motion carried unanimously. 8. Energy Working Group Chair Latham told the commission there was a request from the Planning Commission's March 23, 2011, meeting for two members of the EEC to join the Solar & Wind Ordinance Amendment Task Force. Chair Latham nominated Commissioners Sierks and lyer to the Solar & Wind Ordinance Amendment Task Force. Commissioners Sierks and lyer accepted the nomination. Commissioner Risser made a motion to confirm Chair Latham's nomination of Commissioners lyer and Sierks to join the Solar & Wind Ordinance Amendment Task Force. Commissioner Gubrud seconded. Motion carried unanimously. 9. Solar Panel For City Hall /Fire Station Jesse Struve is meeting with City Manager, Scott Neal to discuss the Solar Panel for City Hall or the Fire Station #1. Jesse Struve will contact Chair Latham after the meeting. 10. Eco Yard and GardenTour Chair Latham asked the commission for input on the press release regarding the tour. Commissioner Risser suggested having energy efficient lawn mowers on the tour. Chair Latham will add the lawn mower demonstrations to the press release. 11. Education and Outreach Working Group Commissioner Thompson gave an update on Earth Day (April 22) noting that Edina High School would be having an Earth Jam from 7pm to 11 pm at The Depot. 12. Adjournment Commissioner lyer made a motion to adjourn. Commissioner Gubrud seconded. Motion carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 9:45 p.m. The next meeting will be the regularly scheduled meeting at 7:00 p.m. May 12, 2011 at Edina City Hall. Respectfully submitted, Jane M. Timm, Deputy City Clerk r Minutes of the Edina Park Board April 12, 201:1 Edina City Hall, Council Chambers MEMBERS PRESENT: Bill Lough, Todd Fronek, Joseph Hulbert, Dan Peterson, Randy Meyer, Felix Pronove, Austin Dummer MEMBERS ABSENT: Ellen Jones,.Louise Segreto, Keeya Steel, David Deeds STAFF PRESENT: John Keprios, Ed MacHolda, Janet'Canton, Scott Neal, Ann Kattreh, Susie Miller I. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES Dan Peterson MOVED TO APPROVE. THE MARCH 8, 2011 PARK BOARD MINUTES: Randy Meyer SECONDED THE MOTION. MINUTES APPROVED: II. NEW BUSINESS' A. Park Board Bylaws - Mr. Hulbert stated that in the packet Mr. Keprios provided them some sample bylaws from other commissions. He noted that he has also been in touch with the chair of the Edina Transportation Commission (ETC) and as he understands it other commissions are working on-their-bylaws as well. Mr. Hulbert indicated that one consideration he thought; merited some discussion was he thinks there needs to be some consistency in the bylaws for the sake of current and future staff. Mr. Hulbert made copies of the ETC's bylaws and handed it out to the Park Board members. He stated that perhaps over;the course of the next month they could highlight some of the things they liked from the samples and they could discus's"' it at their next meeting. Mr. Meyer stated that obviously he knows what bylaws are for but asked for a little more background of what the goal is, what's the dynamic they are to trying to accomplish? Mr. Keprios replied that as you look at the sample bylaws from other commissions you will notice that there really are no two the same. He indicated that the draft he put together is a starting point for`ihe Park Board to review nand that he tried to keep it simple.and to the point without getting into a lot of details like the Planning Commission has done. He explained that it's really the order of business that defines what the roles are of the Chair, Vice -Chair and officers as well as it references a little bit about the City- Code and how that applies to the Park Board. He noted that he tried to capture some of the mission duties and function of the Park Board in:,its most basic form. Mr. Keprios pointed out that the other thing he tried to' incorporate is addressing what constitutes a quorum; the Park Board has twelve.members of which two of those are non- voting members and asked does that mean if only five voting members are present should that really be considered a quorum. He stated that he noticed with some of the.other commissions, just to be consistent, he thought it would make some sense for the Park Board to consider having six voting members required to constitute a quorum and so that is something for the Park Board to consider. He added that it also spells out S the duties that it will be staff's job to work with the chair to come up with agendas as well as it makes reference to the ability to form sub - committees and work groups so they don't have to go back to the City Council each time, it gives the chair the authority to appoint people to those committees. He noted that it also references Roberts Rules of Order for parliamentary procedure. Mr. Keprios indicated that he tried to capture all of it in a simplistic form and not to get too lengthy because in his view it's better to keep it short and sweet but he is certainly open to any and all ideas. He noted that he likes the idea of consistency but that clearly there are no two commissions that are the same. He commented that the City Council may end up directing all of the commissions to go back and try to fit them into more of a boiler plate type. Mr. Fronek indicated that one thing he would recommend including is what constitutes a formal recommendation from the Park Board. He noted being there are ten voting members would they need six votes to pass something or simple majority. He stated that he thinks there needs to be some sort of bylaw in there that says this will constitute a formal recommendation from the Park Board. Mr. Keprios replied he will include that language in there but would assume it would be a simple majority. Mr. Meyer indicated one thought he had, which he thinks may be especially helpful for outsiders, is for there to be some sort of understanding of the reporting sequence and how that process works. He noted this way if there is someone on an athletic association who wants to know who they need to talk to about something they will know what the organizational structure is because sometime he thinks it's not perfectly clear. He also asked about the Art Center that they are separate from the Park Board or still sort of part of them. Mr. Keprios replied that for clarification the Art Center Board, which hasn't always been separate of the Park Board, are on their own and do report directly to the City Council, they are not subordinate to the Park Board; they make recommendations directly to the City Council. He noted that all 14 athletic associations are independently incorporated under the Secretary of State of Minnesota. He noted that they have a defined relationship and expectations of the athletic associations which some are mandatory and some are on the recommendation side but those policies have been in place and were created by the Youth Sports Task Force which was approved by the Park Board and accepted by the City Council. Mr. Meyer asked where is that documentation because as an outsider does he have access to go and find that because he thinks it's an important issue and people should be able to have that transparency to know where to look and how to understand it. Mr. Keprios replied that he would happy to put that information online. Mr. Peterson asked if the Senior Center is part of the Park Board to which Mr. Keprios replied absolutely. Mr. Peterson stated in his four years as a Park Board member the Senior Center has never been an agenda item and asked if they should be or is there something they need to know about. Mr. Keprios replied that when the time is appropriate the Senior Center will be an agenda item. He noted that there is advisory group for Susan Weigle, Director of the Senior Center, to give her some guidance on programming. He indicated that the Senior Center is much like their enterprise facilities, although it's not specifically an enterprise facility but there are fees and charges issues that come up and if there were to be programming issues or other 2 questions that come up it would be of the Park Board nature and would belong at a Park Board meeting. Mr. Peterson suggested that the Park Board take a look at the draft Mr. Keprios put together and e-mail him any recommended changes and at the next meeting they can approve it with all of the changes. Mr. Hulbert replied he thinks that is a good idea and asked if that's a motion. Mr. Lough stated before they get to a motion he has a question, wasn't the precipitating event to produce these bylaws due to the fact that we want to be able to establish committees and currently we have no authority to do that? Mr. Keprios replied that is correct; however, that has changed because in February of this year the City Council passed a new ordinance to their city code that demands that all of advisory boards and commissions come up with bylaws. Mr. Keprios indicated that he wrongfully assumed since the Park Board was formed back in the 1950s that they had bylaws somewhere but he was mistaken. He noted there is a document named Articles of Function created by the Park Board years ago but the Park Board apparently never created bylaws. Therefore, until the Park Board creates bylaws that are approved by the City Council, the Park Board will need to go back to the City Council and ask for their permission to form additional committees. Mr. Hulbert stated so Dan if that was a motion I would second that motion. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. B. Establish Committees — Mr. Hulbert stated that he thought there were three committees approved: facility users fee committee; donations policy and naming park facilities committee; and a subcommittee to review the responses to the Braemar Golf Course RFP. He noted that he believes Mr. Fronek, Ms. Segreto, as well as himself volunteered to be a part of the Braemar committee. He indicated that if anyone would like to be a part of the other two subcommittees to let Mr. Keprios or him know. He added that Ms. Jones has expressed an interest in being part of the donations and naming committee. Mr. Peterson asked if the City Council has a naming policy that the Park Board should know about to which Mr. Keprios replied they do not have a policy in place. Mr. Peterson asked Mr. Keprios if in all of the years he has worked for the city has the Park Board been asked for advice. Mr. Keprios replied that he has seen a couple of times where the Park Board has recommended to the City Council to consider a naming policy before naming anything further. He noted that in all cases the City Council has sent back the message that at this time they are not interested in a naming policy, that it is their decision, and that it will be done on a case by case basis. Mr. Keprios pointed out that does not mean the Park Board can't recommend one and see what happens. Mr. Peterson explained the reason he asks is because he sent an e -mail to one or two council members when Mr. Valliere retired with d suggestion but they chose to take a different avenue. He noted that he thinks for them to spend a lot of time trying to adopt a policy that may or may not be used, probably is not a good use of staff time and member time. 3 Mr. Meyer indicated that he thinks the emphasis from their workshop last year regarding donations and how they accept them was the major part of it and feels naming of facilities was a minor part of it. He noted that it's his understanding that when they accept a gift what are the terms they are accepting them under and what is the obligation of the City once they accept those gifts? He stated that he thinks the framing of that is really the critical component. Mr. Fronek commented that he echoes that sentiment and thinks that at their workshop with the City Council it was Council Member Swenson who said she would be interested in some sort of donation policy or some sort of list like they talked about at their meeting. For example, if you donate $500.00 you will get this, etc., etc. Mr. Fronek stated that he thinks it would be helpful to have a little bit clearer definition for what each of the subcommittees would be doing, what the goals would be. Mr. Meyer indicated that these committees are not necessarily ongoing committees. Therefore he thinks it's important that everyone understands there is an objective with these committees and once that objective is accomplished these committees are disbanded effectively until something else may come up in the future. Mr. Hulbert stated regarding the fee related committee he thinks they may want to try to define it a little bit more. Mr. Fronek commented that it's his understanding that the subcommittee has already been approved by the City Council. He noted that he really thinks it would help the members if first they know what level of commitment and second what duties and scope are they looking at in working on these committees. He asked for the fees if they are looking at the number that's being used and then figure out what the total expenses are for taking care of the fields and then here is the user fee that goes towards those fields and then try to figure out the correct number. Mr. Hulbert replied when they were in the work session he thought they were being clearly asked to review the athletic association fees in relation to each association to the facilities so that they are getting the appropriate amount. He noted should they be getting the flat fee of $9.00 from all of the associations or should they be looking at the associations separately. He stated that he thought there was some discussion in regards to soccer vs. baseball vs. softball and what it is costing the city to maintain those fields. He indicated he thinks that was the task they were asked to get into. Mr. Hulbert commented that regarding the donations and naming policies he thinks the City Council directed the Park Board to discuss naming policies and noted that last month they received an e -mail from Gene Persha, which was in the packet, regarding a naming policy so perhaps Mr. Persha could attend one of those meetings when that topic is being discussed. Mr. Hulbert indicated that he didn't think they needed to establish goals necessarily right here tonight for what they are trying to accomplish with the committees. He noted that he thinks right now they just need to know if there are people who want to donate their time and be on a subgroup with three or four members and staff. He stated that these meetings would not be on camera; however, he thinks it would be a good idea to keep minutes of the meetings. 4 r Mr. Lough stated as he recalls the donations policy and naming committee came out of the fact that we have a donations policy but there was a degree of discomfort with what exactly happens when someone makes a contribution to a park. He indicated that he thinks the initial focus was specifically on parks and that when someone makes a donation how is it acknowledged. He noted that if that acknowledgment includes the possibility of naming some part of a park, a piece of equipment, a tree or whatever it might be that we would be better served to have a specific power to consider a specific policy, that would cover all of these areas. Mr. Lough - pointed out as a separate issue he thinks naming something in the park would be absent the donation component because they really had not discussed that -as a second' issue but he thinks it was acknowledged as being a second issue. He commented that he thinks when most of them went into the work session they felt they did needto consider some sort of a better developed policy around donations and naming something in a park or a park around that donation. Mr. Lough indicated that when asked to approve fees each year for the upcoming year he was working in somewhat of a vacuum in that he did not understand nor was he in possession of the history of how the.fees had originally been set up. He noted that it seemed as though they were being asked to approve them on an incremental or exceptional basis and therefore at this point feels the need to have an overall review of facility user fees, how they establish them and why they are what they are as well as whether or not they need to- make some basic or just a simple change to the way in which those fees are established. He pointed out that at the very least it would serve as an educational basis for the members of the board who serve on that committee so that they will then be in a better position to better share that information with other members 1. of the Park Board. He commented that he's not even sure a facility user fee is the best way to put it but rather revenues overall because there is more that goes into revenues than just fees. Mr. Peterson replied that he would like to push for an understanding of revenues and agrees with Mr. Lough that it is more than just fees. He pointed out that he thinks there should be an incubator of new ventures and7 noted that one of the things that has been happening around the country is they make golf balls that have lights and people are playing night golf. He commented they have two nine -hole golf courses where it might be a good place to try it. Mr. Meyer stated that he thinks by their next meeting they should know what board members are on what subcommittees. He noted that by the following month they could schedule a committee meeting where they come back and report some initial findings or at least gauge the board with'the scope of what the individual committees are targeting. He indicated that he would like some feedback from Mr. Keprios whether or not that what they are pushing for as far as information and work load is reasonable for staff to accomplish within the time frame they are looking at. C. Veterans Memorial Committee — Mr. Hulbert informed the Park Board that if anyone is interested in serving on the Veterans Memorial Committee to let Mr. Keprios know. He noted that he did have a discussion with Mr. Keprios as to whether or not the Park Board member would be a voting member or non - voting member and asked if anyone had a feeling on that, one way or the other. D. Edinborough Park Consultant — Mr. Hulbert indicated that hiring a consultant for Edinborough Park is something that came up in the work session they had with the City Council and asked if anyone had thoughts and/or recollects that discussion. Mr. Lough responded that it seemed at that time there was a strong feeling from a number of the members of the City Council who think that the situation is complex enough and impactful size wise, revenues and costs that a consultant would be warranted, that is his recollection of what happened. Mr. Keprios commented that the City Council, although they haven't given them the directive to do this, seems to have a strong interest and he thinks it would be appropriate for the Park Board to make a formal recommendation. He pointed out that staff will work on an RFP and bring that back to the May Park Board meeting to look over and make any changes. He noted that to expedite the process they could even do it via e-mail so that hopefully there will be a final draft by the May meeting and then vote for a recommendation on to the City Council for them to approve and move the project forward. Mr. Keprios stated it's a complex issue but that Edinborough has a marvelous staff team and that he will need to rely heavily on Ms. Kattreh and Ms. Miller for recommendations and help write the RFP. Mr. Meyer noted that what he struggles with, and obviously the RFP is going to cover this scope, is somehow they need to figure out how they are going to turn that space into effective use for the citizens of Edina. He noted that he also thinks they need to make sure there is some path to break even somewhere in the future and if not what are the alternatives for that space. Mr. Lough indicated that he has specifically reviewed the business plan for Edinborough Park. He asked Mr. Keprios if staff takes a crack at this RFP along the lines that the City Council and Park Board members are talking about; is there any other documentation you could share with the Park Board by e-mail along with the RFP that would help them sort of understand why you are doing it or is the business plan enough. Mr. Keprios replied that he will be happy to share any other information that the Park Board is going to need to develop an intelligent RFP. He noted that Mr. Meyer is right; it becomes also a philosophical decision. He noted that most community centers throughout Minnesota and the United States typically don't make money and it is very difficult to break even unless you have something unique and different. He commented that it might be optimistic to think they are going to make it 100% but staff will come forward with an RFP that will spell out at least from a staff standpoint and what they are hearing from the City Council on the business plan option of what that philosophy should be and what the goal should be and how to get there. He pointed out it just can't be an adjustment to the play equipment; they need to think of a bigger picture, maybe items they haven't even thought of and that is what he is hoping to capture from a study. E. Community Advisory Team Representative — Mr. Hulbert informed the Park Board that Ms. Jones had been serving as Park Board's representative to the CAT group for the Grandview redevelopment area and noted that her one year term is up, so if anybody 0 would like to volunteer to serve on that group to let Mr. Keprios know. Mr. Keprios noted that Ms. Jones did tell -him that she was 50150 on being willing to continue to serve in that capacity if there is no interest from another member to take on phase two. Mr. Peterson replied that they should thank Ms. Jones and since she did such a good job MOVED THAT SHE DO A SECOND TERM. Joseph Hulbert SECONDED THE MOTION. Mr. Hulbert asked Mr. Keprios to send Ms. Jones an a -mail to inform her of the decision. F. Move June Park. Board Meeting to Monday; June 13, 2011 — Mr. Hulbert noted that their June meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 14`h which is actually the same evening as Edina's commencement and asked the Park Board if they would be okay 'with moving the meeting to Monday, June 13`h. Todd Fronek MOVED TO CHANGE THE PARK BOARD MEETING TO JUNE 13th. Joseph Hulbert SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. III. OLD BUSINESS A. Braemar Golf Course Clubhouse Consultant RFP — Mr. Keprios informed the Park Board that he did incorporate Ms. Jones suggestions into the RFP draft that was in the packet. He noted that he is not suggesting that they all should be added or should not be added but that Ms. Jones suggestions are marked in red. Mr. Peterson stated that maybe they could add two open ended questions to the consultant. He noted that the first question would be "What is going on in the world of golf, is it a temporary thing that's related to the economy or is there more to it that they need to know ?" Secondly, he would like to know what creative programming have other municipality or publicly owned golf courses done to increase users. Mr. Hulbert replied that he likes those questions as well as Ms. Jones suggestions. Mr. Fronek indicated that he likes Ms. Jones additions and thinks Mr. Keprios did a great job coming forth with the RFP in the first place. He noted that he thinks Mr. Peterson's number two amendment will be found in the market analysis compared to other courses within the Twin Cities. However, he definitely thinks they should get their take on what is going to happen to golf in the future. Mr. Lough stated that he agrees with the additions Ms. Jones has made that are marked in red; however, he might work on the wording a little bit. He noted that he also agrees with what Mr. Peterson is talking about in terms of asking the global questions of golf as a sport, public golf courses and where that is going in the future. Mr. Lough indicated that he would like to add two very specific additions to the scope of the study. He commented they have the number of full and part-time management staff positions but would also ask them to identify the core competencies for each of those positions and the performance measures for those positions. Mr. Hulbert asked Mr. Lough to explain a little bit more what it is he is looking for. Mr. Lough responded the consultants must know something about position specifications in terms of the competencies of the incumbents, what you would like them to be in terms of performance measures and how you know whether or not the jobs are being performed. He noted that then it is up to 7 city management to determine how to implement those specific position requirements when it comes to individuals. Mr. Hulbert stated that he thinks that may be getting into the area of personnel management and asked Scott Neal, City Manager, how he feels about that. Mr. Neal replied that he understands the desire to see that kind of information and from a management standpoint they would be interested in obtaining that information. However, he noted, that to include that so specifically into the RFP may not be the direction you want to go. He explained that he thinks it presumes a direction that they've not made a decision about and that is the future mode of operations which may or may not be employees, it may be a combination of vendors and employees and technology. He stated that they haven't looked at what the best mode of operations is going to be for whatever the proposal is going to be in the future. Mr. Neal noted that he thinks if the Park Board and City Council make a decision about what kind of RFP and what kind of consultant to hire that at the end of the process when they get the proposal back to them that requires capital improvements or a change in the way that the golf course operates he thinks that at that point it would be best to look at how are we going to implement the recommended changes that we see. He commented that at this point that information may not be as relevant as it would down the line. Mr. Hulbert asked looking at it a different way what if Mr. Lough is looking for a golf course like Braemar would it require these types of positions with employees with these specific skill sets but not make comments about any of the employees that are there. Mr. Neal replied you may be able to get some other ideas from some other comparable public courses on staffing levels and how they perform in terms of how we perform and there may be some metrics in terms of staff per 100,000 rounds, are there some staffing ratios like that that we see in other parts of city government; police staffing, fire staffing planning staffing, etc., so staffing ratios would be something that they would be interested in. He commented that to presume an operating model at this stage of what could be a really transformative change in the golf course now may not be the right time to do that. Mr. Neal pointed out that he thinks with what you've discussed and with what Ms. Jones has suggested he thinks they can work within. He commented that they need to remember that all they are doing with this is trying to attract a certain kind of consultant and he thinks this will do it. Mr. Peterson asked do you want a motion to go ahead then as it's written and amended. Mr. Hulbert replied he wants to make sure that we get something in there that Mr. Lough likes to address what you were concerned with are you okay if we just go with Ellen's additions, Dan's additions. Mr. Lough replied yes, he is okay if they go ahead with it as it's written. Mr. Peterson stated MOVED TO ADOPT AGAIN. Randy Meyer SECONDED THE MOTION. Mr. Keprios asked your motion included the two you wanted to add to which Mr. Peterson replied yes. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY WITH THE TWO ADDITIONS. IV. PUBLIC COMMENTS A. Braemar Men's Club - Rick Windham; 6233 Belmore Lane, informed the Park Board that he is president of the Braemar Men's Club and that he would like to invite the Park Board to attend their Spring Scramble on May 19th. He noted that it's a great way to see how the members of Braemar use the golf course. He commented that the Men's Club will be picking up the expense of the day. He added that even if you don't play golf you are still invited to attend the evening dinner., He noted that Mr. Keprios is also invited. Mr. Meyer asked who is Ed' White, it's the called the "Ed White Shootout'.'. Mr. Windham replied that Ed White was a member of the Braemar Men's Club who has been remembered upon his death as a superb member who did a lot for them over the years. He noted that every year there is a participation award given in honor of Ed White. V. UPDATES FROM STAFF A. Braemar Golf Course — Mr. Keprios informed the Park Board that all 45 holes of golf are open for business and the driving range is stacked about four or five deep so they are in full swing. B. Veteran's Memorial Committee — Mr. Keprios informed the Park Board that the Veteran's Memorial Committee is very excited to seethe first drafts of concepts that the architect is coming forward with at their April meeting. VI. PARK BOARD COMMENTS A. Rosland Park — Mr. Hulbert stated that he knows they once, talked about the. sidewalk that runs along 66th Street at Cornelia, Park. He asked Mr. Keprios is that parkland where the sidewalk is or is'that road right -of -way. Mr. Keprios replied he considers it both because it is part- of the path that circles Rosland Park and is the only part of that pathway that goes around the north basin where they allow bicycles because it is wide enough and there are no clear view issues. He pointed out that several years ago they eliminated bicycle use around the lake portion because it isn't safe and they'don't have the real estate to widen it to make it safer for. a second path. He stated, again that it's really both because he considers it part of the park because they have it listed as one of their designated pathways. Mr: Hulbert explained that the reason he asks "is because a lot of kids ride their bikes to get to the pool and when they are going eastbound on 66th on the sidewalk there are cars coming in the opposite direction on 66th at approximately 45 .mph and he is concerned that a kid may fall off their bike and he thought it might help if there could be some type of barrier. He noted there is a barrier to keep people from falling into the' lake but if a child were to fall off their bike they are going to fall right into oncoming traffic on 66th Street. He stated there are a lot of people that do use that sidewalk so he was wondering if they might ever talk about redoing the paths around 66th Street. He commented that maybe they could construct some sort of barrier to protect children from vehicles. Mr. Keprios replied that he thinks that would be an 0 area to discuss with the City Engineer, Wayne Houle. Mr. Keprios commented that he still thinks they are safer than on a bike lane which is right on the street. He added that they also need to see whether there is room or if it's appropriate to put up a barrier because depending on how close you want it to the curb it may interfere with snowplowing so there are other issues to consider. Mr. Keprios stated that he will pass that suggestion along to Mr. Houle and have him take a look at it. Meeting Adjourned at 8:05 pm 10 MINUTES Regular Meeting of the Heritage Preservation Board Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 7:00 PM Edina Community Room . 4801 W Street West MEMBERS PRESENT: Chair Joel. Stegner, Chris Rofidal, Jean Rehkamp Larson, Ross Davis, David Anger, Terry Ahlstrom, Katherine McLellan and .Lauren Thorson MEMBERS ABSENT: Bob Schwartbauer,, Claudia Carr, Colleen Curran STAFF PRESENT: Joyce Repya, Associate Planner New Member, Terry Ahlstrom waiintroduced to the Board. I. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES: March 8, 2011 Member Davis moved approval of the minutes from the March 8, 2011 meeting. Member Rofidal seconded the motion. All voted aye. The motion carried. II. COUNTRY CLUB DISTRICT: Certificates of Appropriateness (COA) A. H -11 -01 4628 Casco Avenue — New Detached Garage Planner Repya reported that the subject property is located on the west side of the 4600 block of Casco Avenue. The existing Tudor Revival style home was constructed in 1928 and currently has a 2 -car detached garage accessed by a driveway on the south side of the property. The Certificate of Appropriateness request involves demolishing the existing 367.6 square foot 2 -stall garage located five feet from the side and rear lot lines, and building a new, 462.25 square foot detached garage in approximately the same location; but closer (3.5,feet) to each lot line, providing for a more livable rear yard. A new curb cut will not be required since the proposed garage will be accessed by the existing driveway. The proposed garage demonstrates a design that compliments the Tudor Revival architectural style of the home with stucco clad walls and.half-timbering, a designer overhead door and an asphalt shingled roof. Attention to detail is demonstrated on the south, east and west elevations. The north elevation does not show similar architectural detailing becauset directly abuts a privacy fence: The height of the garage is shown to be 18 feet at the highest peak which is less than the average 21.2 foot height of surrounding detached garages. The height at the mid -point of the gable is shown to be 12'1 ", and a height of 7'10" is provided-at the eave line. The ridge line is' shown to be 22'4" in length. The applicant has provided the plans for an addition to the rear of the home that was started in November, 2010. At the time the building permit was pulled, the proposed detached garage was not part of the plan, thus a COA was not required for the project. At this time, plans for the addition are included for the HPB's information. Minutes Heritage Preservation Board April 12, 2011 Preservation Consultant Robert Vogel reviewed the plans and provided a report which stated that existing house at 4628 Casco contributes to the historic significance of the Country Club District as a whole, but is not individually eligible for designation as an Edina Heritage Landmark. The existing detached garage is not considered historic and is not a heritage preservation resource; therefore, demolition would be an appropriate undertaking. Regarding the proposed new construction, detached garages are common in the Country Club District and the district plan of treatment recognizes construction of new garages as appropriate, provided the new garage is compatible in scale, size, massing, building materials, and texture with the historic house and other buildings in the neighborhood. Mr. Vogel added that the plans submitted indicate the new garage will match the Tudor Revival style of the house and be architecturally compatible with other historic residences in the neighborhood. The north elevation is shown as an undecorated stucco wall, which will be screened from the adjoining property by the existing privacy fence. The proposed design is consistent with the height and scale of the garages on adjacent properties; and the essential character of the subject property and the district as a whole will be preserved intact. In his evaluation, Mr. Vogel concluded that he recommended approval of the request. Ms. Repya stated that she concurred with Consultant Vogel's recommendation to approve the Certificate of Appropriateness for the new garage, pointing out that the plans are not unlike those previously reviewed for homes in the Country Club District, and will enhance both the subject property as well as the neighborhood at large. Furthermore, the proposed plans demonstrate the homeowner's desire to provide for a more livable home and rear yard. The recommendation for approval should be subject to the plans presented, and a year built (2011) plaque or sign is placed on the new detached garage. Findings supporting the approval recommendation include: • The plans provided with the subject request clearly illustrate the scale and scope of the project, and • The information provided supporting the subject Certificate of Appropriateness meets the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance and the Country Club District Plan of Treatment. Board Member Comments Member Davis opined that the proposed plans are a definite improvement over the existing garage and he would be very comfortable voting for approval. Member Rofidal recognized that the proposed plan is very similar to several new garages the Board has approved on Casco Avenue. He added that the application package was one of the best received thus far. Board members agreed, suggesting that it be used as a sample for future applicants. Members Anger and Ahlstrom observed that the plan was very handsome; fitting well within the neighborhood. Member Rehkamp Larson stated that the height and scale of the proposed garage is very good. She observed that the timber detailing on the front of the garage is not proposed for the rear of the structure — the remainder of the Board did not have an issue with that exclusion. Member Stegner questioned the north (side) elevation that lacked the architectural detailing Minutes Heritage - Preservation Board April 12, 2011 usually required. He stated that he understood the applicant's rationale for not providing a window - because a privacy fence provides relief for the structure, but wondered who owned the fence. Dan Krieter, of Matthias K. Builders, representing he homeowners explained that the fence belongs to,the neighbors to the north. Board members agreed that because the northerly neighbor controls the fence, they did not see it to be a problem. Motion & Vote Member Davis moved approval of the Certificate of Appropriateness application to construct the new detached.garage in the rear yard, subject to the conditions recommended by Staff. Member Anger seconded the motion. All voted aye. The motion carried. 2011 HERITAGE AWARD: Planner Repya reported that following two nominations had been received for the Heritage Award: #1 4801 Maple Road Farrell -Smith Residence.. Submitted by Steve Kuhl, of Kuhl Design Build (Designer of 2010 award recipient) Summary: This 1950's rambler was redesigned with sensitivity to both tradition and historical precedence. The small addition to the rear of the home included a new kitchen, mudroom and bathroom. The goal of the design was to ensure that the addition appropriately massed for the surroundings. #2 4439 W. 50th Street St. Stephen's Episcopal Church - 75th Anniversary Submitted by David Anger Summary: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, celebrating its 75th. Anniversary this year has been a significant landmark in northeast Edina since it was first organized in 1936. Shortly after Samuel Thorpe developed the Country Club District neighborhood.in 1924, a small Episcopal congregation began holding services in the neighborhood Wooddale School. As the congregation grew, so did the plans for a church home which in'1.937, was built across West 50th Street, on the site of the Minnehaha Grange Hall (which was moved to. Normandale. Road and W. 50th Street). The church design was based on Wales -St. Stephen the Martyr, Old Radnor, a 15th century stone church located in the United Kingdom. As a nod to its mother church, in 1987, St. Stephen's built two replica concert= quality Dobson organs to observe their 50th anniversary. Currently, the organs which can play solo, or in .tandem are undergoing restoration in preparation for the church's 75th Anniversary celebration this fall. Originally nominated for the award in 2009, at that time, the HPB noted that while they voted to nominate another property, all agreed that St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is a well preserved landmark in the community and worthy of the award in the future. Board Discussion & Vote Board members were very excited about the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church nomination; pointing out that since the church was first built in the 1930's, there have been several additions, however one would be hard'pressed to find the line where the original church ends and the additions begin. All agreed that this sensitivity to the historic integrity of the original structure Minutes Heritage Preservation Board April 12, 2011 should be recognized and celebrated. Regarding the second nomination, board members commended Steve Kuhl, who nominated 4801 Maple Road for his sensitivity to tradition and historical precedence in his work, as well as his interest in the Heritage Award program. The Board discussed that the nomination did not provide many details of the project, and since Kuhl Design Build was awarded the Heritage Award in 2010, it made sense to present the award to others at this time. Member Rofidal moved to present the 2011 Edina Heritage Award to St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on its 75th Anniversary, recognizing the sensitivity to the historic integrity of the original church and its location with each improvement project they have undertaken. Member Ahlstrom seconded the motion. All voted aye. The motion carried. IV. COMMUNITY COMMENT: None V. 2011 GOALS & OBJECTIVES: The Board considered the following list of proposed goals and objectives for 2011: 1) Complete the CLG grant- funded thematic study of heritage resources associated with Edina women. 2) Revise and update Historic Context Study to reflect changes since 1999. 3) Process Certificate of Appropriateness applications for proposed changes to properties designated Edina Heritage Landmarks. 4) Nominate at least one designated eligible property for heritage landmark designation. 5) Nominate Morningside bungalow properties for heritage landmark designation on a first - come -first -served basis. 6) Apply for Legacy Grant funds to improve accessibility to the historic Cahill School and Grange Hall at Tupa Park. 7) Provide Heritage Preservation Board members and staff with information, education and training in historic preservation. 8) Sponsor Preservation Month (May) activities. a) City Council Proclamation — May, Preservation Month a) Heritage Award Presentation b) Grange Hall /Cahill School Open House 9) Advise and assist historic property owners in building conservation and rehabilitation matters. 10) One or more members attend the 31 st Annual Minnesota Preservation Conference — September 22 -23, in Faribault, MN. Board members agreed that the goals and objectives provided a good representation of the work plan for 2011. Chairman Stegner suggested categorizing the items into one of the following three areas: Research, Education, and Preservation. Discussion ensued regarding which category best suited each work item. Planner Repya agreed to provide an updated work plan reflecting the division into the three respective categories. Reflecting on future projects to be considered, the Board added the following items to be considered during 2011: • Referring to item #2, when updating the Historic Context Study, originally written in 1998, ensure that it reflects studies completed in the Country Club District and Morningside neighborhood; and Minutes Heritage Preservation Board April 12, 2011 • Expand the scope of the Historic Context Study which stopped in 1974, to address the community through the year 2000. • Add a section to the Historic Context Study to address the Mid - Century development of the city (post World War II - 1970); a period when Edina experienced its greatest growth. • In keeping with the Mid- Century period,. compilea list of significant commercial and residential properties representative of the Mid - Century architectural style. • Regarding on the "Education" category of the work plan, Chairman Stegner encouraged the Board to attend workshops, seminars and conferences which could enhance their effectiveness on the HPB. Planner Repya pointed out that the Planning Department does have a budget for conferences which could be tapped into to defray expenses. Board members agreed that the 2011 work plan was shaping up nicely, and they. looked forward to continuing to refine it during the year. VI. OTHER BUSINESS: A. Southdale Mall - Member Davis reported that as promised at the March HPB meeting, he met with the manager of the Southdale Mall to discuss the potential for identifying historic elements of the mall's interior (such as the original clock, sculptures, etc.) The manager indicated that they would consider entertaining a recognition of historic elements, it they could derive a benefit. The Board was encouraged that the mall was willing to discuss the potential for recognizing historic elements; and wondered if the mall management would provide a tour for the HPB. All thanked Member Davis for his follow -up with the Southdale Mall management, and agreed that they looked forward to a continuing dialogue. B. Grandview Square Small Area Study — Member Rofidal reported ;that the kick- off for the Grandview Small Area Study will begin on Thursday, April 14th with a second meeting on Thursday, April 21't. At both of those meetings, the public will have an opportunity to participate in the planning process for the Grandview area. Rofidal pointed out that he is representing the HPB on the committee, however anyone'i interested in participating is welcome to attend. VII. CORRESPONDENCE: None VIII. NEXT MEETING DATE: May 10, 201.1 May 17, 2011,— Joint Meeting with City Council IX. ADJOURNMENT: The meeting adjourned at 8:30 pm Respectfully submitted, Joyce Repya Statewide Health Improvement rogram ISI�N �:.. : " . V Click here to view as web page. SHIP community garden awards in Bloomington, Edina and Richfield will for children in childcare • SHIP at South Education Help us make our community better for our health! May, 2011 SHIP awarded start -up funds for 8 community gardens so fresh produce will be easier to obtain In this issue Share this eNewsletter with a friend. Community Initiatives Join the SHIP eNewsletter mailing list. • SHIP community Reminder: Check our SHIP website for updates and current events. garden awards in food shelves or similar organizations. Recipients of the start-up funds include: Bloomington, Edina and Richfield will provide . Bethany Covenant Church (Richfield) fresh produce to those Community Initiatives in need . Episcopal Community Services (Bloomington) • Play is healthy learning SHIP community garden awards in Bloomington, Edina and Richfield will for children in childcare provide fresh produce to those in need at South Education Center in Richfield SHIP awarded start -up funds for 8 community gardens so fresh produce will be easier to obtain by residents in need of the health benefits. They could be at high risk for chronic disease or • Bloomington and unable to afford fresh vegetables. Recipient organizations must reach out to those in need to Richfield Farmers grow the garden and /or donate 20 percent of what is grown. They can make their donations to Markets receive food shelves or similar organizations. Recipients of the start-up funds include: EBT /SNAP Program awards . Bethany Covenant Church (Richfield) School Initiatives Cedarcrest Church (Bloomington) . Episcopal Community Services (Bloomington) • Bloomington's House of Prayer Lutheran Church (Richfield) Westwood Elementary KTC Minneapolis Tibetan Buddhist Center (Edina) School sprouts a • Normandale Community College (Bloomington) Summer Safari garden • St. Mark's United Church of Christ (Bloomington) . St. Stephan Lutheran Church (Bloomington) • Edina and Bloomington Parents: School year's Ruth Tripp, SHIP Coordinator for Bloomington, Edina and Richfield said, "There is a lot of last "Walk or Bike to community support for this activity. Community gardens offer a unique opportunity to promote School" days are both healthy eating and active living - two goals of the Statewide Health Improvement Program. coming up We wanted to engage other partners in extending this opportunity to families and residents in • Edina Highlands need. We were very pleased by the interest in the garden grant money." Elementary School kicks -off new school Bloomington Public Health Department is collaborating with Gardening Matters to administer the garden growing season grants and provide ongoing technical assistance as these gardens get started. Gardening Matters is a local non - profit dedicated to supporting sustainable, long- lasting community gardens in Healthcare Initiatives Minnesota. • Southdale Internal Community members looking for garden opportunities are encouraged to participate in the Medicine leads the way gardens provided by the grant recipients. for healthcare providers If interested, contact Nadja at Gardening Matters: nadja@gardeningmatters.org or 612 - 821 -2358. Read about the House of Prayer Lutheran Church garden on Richfield Patch.com. Back Play is healthy learning for children in childcare at South Education Center in Richfield Childcare and preschool staff learned movement is both fun and necessary for children at the "I Am Moving I Am Learning training provided by SHIP. It is necessary for brain development, school readiness and health. After attending the training, the childcare center at SEC (South Education Center) made it a goal to provide more portable play equipment — a best practice for increasing physical activity. Tight budgets, though, can prevent childcare centers and preschools from investing in equipment that gives children a great physical activity experience. SHIP helped the childcare center at SEC purchase more hula hoops, playground balls and a see - through tunnel. Since then, almost every day several children ask to use hula hoops with music and start dancing (picture above). As soon as one starts, everyone wants to join in. The children love crawling through the tunnel. Teachers also use the equipment to lead activities. Counting jumps and moving in different directions and speeds all help children with school readiness skills. Since becoming involved in the SHIP childcare initiative, the childcare center at SEC has also adopted a best - practice -based physical activity policy. The policy assures ongoing, brain - enhancing physical activity opportunities. It also gives young children the pleasure of an active lifestyle that is important to long -term health —what SHIP is all about! Back Bloomington and Richfield Farmers Markets receive EBT /SNAP Program awards There were many benefits when SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) replaced food stamps with the EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfer) system, but not for farmers markets. Using EBT cards requires an electronic card reader which most farmers market vendors do not have. This change had the unfortunate effect of prohibiting low- income people from using SNAP purchasing power to shop at farmers markets. As a result, the use of SNAP benefits at farmers markets plummeted. This is about to change in Bloomington and Richfield (Bloomington Farmers Market pictured at right). SHIP is working with both cities to develop systems for accepting SNAP /EBT transactions this summer. In addition, the two cities each received a Minnesota Farmers Market Association 2011 -2012 EBT /SNAP Program award. These awards will provide financial support for equipment and transmission fees for two years. They will also provide assistance to promote their EBT programs this season from Blue Cross Blue Shield. With the Minnesota Farmers Market Association awards and ongoing technical assistance from SHIP, both markets will be able to extend the health benefits of locally grown produce to more low- income people with SNAP benefits. Help make this program a success. Spread the word that the Bloomington and Richfield farmers markets are taking EBT cards! For more information In Bloomington: Jim Urie atjurie @ci.bloomington.mn.us In Richfield: Jim Topitzhofer at JTopitzhofer @cityofrichfield.org School Initiatives Bloomington's Westwood Elementary School sprouts a Summer Safari garden Who thought they'd see the day when kids who turn up their noses at vegetables got excited about them? The students at Westwood Elementary School in Bloomington are excited. It's all about their garden (picture at right). With support from SHIP, all Bloomington students attending the school's Summer Safari program will be growing their garden for the first time. In fact, school gardens have been popular at a number of schools because it's fun and a great opportunity for learning. SHIP supports school gardens because of the physical activity and positive association with eating vegetables it provides. Children will plant the garden with guidance from their friend, Barb, from Bloomington Garden Center in a beautiful school courtyard spot. The Summer SAFARI staff at Westwood will help the children with the planting, tending, and harvesting. The school expects the garden adventure to teach children lessons in responsibility and creativity. It will also encourage them to try something new— eating more vegetables. Back Edina and Bloomington Parents: School year's last "Walk or Bike to School" days are coming up Kids get excited about this opportunity for physical activity and well -being that is supported by SHIP. Parents! You can help your children get involved. Walk or bike to school with your children to assure their safety, or find another parent to walk or bike with your children. You can also get a group together. There is safety in numbers, and gathering to share this common activity with neighbors builds a sense of community in which we all look out for each other. Edina Highlands Elementary School had a great turnout for their last Walk or Bike to School Day on May 5 (picture at right). Upcoming "Walk or Bike to School" days are as follows: Oak Grove Elementary School, Bloomington — May 25 Highlands Elementary School,Edina — June 6 Washburn Elementary School, Bloomington — June 6 For more information or to get involved Want to have a Bike or Walk to School Day at your school? Contact SHIP Community Liaison, Robyn Wiesman, for assistance: 952 - 563 -8917 or nviesman @ci.bloomington.mn.us. Back Edina Highlands Elementary School kicks -off new school garden growing season It is one year after Highlands Elementary School constructed their garden with funds from SHI' and from various businesses and organizations. Their success, however, continues to build — including getting kids excited about eating vegetables! This spring, a fun kick -off made everyone eager for the upcoming gardening season. Farmer Chris Fields visited the school, and the lunch menu featured vegetables grown on his farm. A master gardener answered students' questions and helped them construct a bean teepee in the garden. Lift Off, the Sodexo Food Service Mascot, added fun to the atmosphere. Teachers and students are looking forward to planting both a spring and fall harvest in the garden plots assigned to them. They will be able to have classroom garden demonstrations using a new storage table they purchased with SHIP grant money. Kindergarten and fourth grade students worked the garden in pairs this year and will plant spinach and herbs this spring to make pizzas with. Working in pairs has encouraged students to taste vegetables from the garden they may not have tasted otherwise. The garden has been a big success, but it's really all about children. If children go on to live in good health, that's success! Back Healthcare Initiatives Southdale Internal Medicine leads the way for healthcare providers SHIP has been working within the healthcare sector to implement a prevention approach to chronic disease. The change will improve our health and ultimately lower healthcare costs, but it means doing things differently than what healthcare providers are familiar with. Leading the way are physicians and staff at Southdale Internal Medicine. Dr. Sofia Ali, SHIP medical consultant trained Dr. Liston's staff how to empower and motivate patients to improve nutrition and increase physical activity. Dr. Liston said, "The physicians and staff at Southdale Internal Medicine had the exciting opportunity to learn from Dr. Ali about the vital importance of our role as front line agents in the prevention of chronic disease. Our staff left the meeting informed and motivated to change our practice so that we can provide the highest of quality care to our patients!" While the changes for healthcare providers may be big, changes asked of patients are small. It may be as simple as drinking more water and reducing soda. Many people making simple, small changes may be just what it takes to lower healthcare costs. For more information: Deborah Miller, SHIP Clinic Liaison at 952 - 563 -8928 or dmiller@ci.bloomington.mn.us Back