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3/24/58 <br />NON-DE;IEO$ME~ OF 'iiaR6gfi (7,'5ag sf.' -AND i&gi i-fig] gf=jj@g5jg0+ Manager Hyde reported the Park Board's recommendation that funds allocated for <br />the development of Arden Park be re-allocated for other development and that <br />plans for Arden Park be abandoned. He told the Council that this recommendation <br />comes pursuant to a meeting at which neighbors objected to plans and there <br />seemed to be very little sentiment for the project. <br />accepting the recommendation providing it is certain that people in the area <br />have been informed on the matter of this park's development, and asked that the matter be given newspaper publicity in order to get general sentiment, <br />before formal action is taken. <br />Council was agreeable to I <br />BIDS AUTHORIZED FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN PAMELA PARK. <br />that bids be taken for grading, seeding and shrubbery for Pamela Park. <br />Authority granted by common consent of Council, for bids to be taken. <br />Manager Hyde recommended <br />The agenda's having been covered, Dickson moved for adjournment. Motion <br />seconded by Kohler and carried. ng adjourned at 10:15 P.M. <br />Village Clerk <br />MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE EDINA <br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD THURSDAY, APRIL 3,1958, <br />AT 5:OO P.M., AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL <br />Meeting was convened at 5:OO P.M., Thursday, April 3, 1958, for the purpose of <br />considering bids taken this morning on Comprehensive Liability Insurance. <br />Trustees Dickson, Kohler and Tupa were present, with Dickson presiding. <br />Finance Director Dalen presented Tabulation of Bids, showing Norris-Nordeen <br />Agency to be low bidder, at a total annual premium of $6,040.82; three-year <br />premium being $18,122.46. Their alternate bid, covering $1,000 Deductible on <br />Swimming Pool, Street 8, Sidewalks & Sewers, set forth a $575.00 reduction in <br />premium per year. <br />coverage from $100,000/$300,000 to $250,000/$500,000, at an additional cost of <br />$331.00 per year over their base bid, <br />received, that of Norris-Nordeen Agency differing from the others in that it is <br />on a "population" basis rather than on a "payroll" basis, principally. <br />During discussion on the bids, bidder Brandow called attention to his supple- <br />mental bid on Liquor Liability Insurance. <br />coverage, a Supreme Court ruling that "In order to establish liability for an <br />illegal sale under the Civil Damage AC,, 340.95, liquor sold need not be the <br />sole cause of intoxication, but it is enough if it is a cooperating, concurring, <br />or proximately contributing cause".Matter referred to Village Attorney Hassel- <br />quist for his investigation. <br />Mr. Dalen recommended acceptance of the Norris-Nordeen bid, and Tupa moved that <br />this bid be accepted at the base bid of $18,122.46 for three years, plus $933.00 <br />for increase in coverage from $100/$300,000 to $250/$500,OOOt and with understand- <br />ing that Automobile Liability rate will remain the same--that there will be no <br />change year-b$-year except for change effected as cars are acquired and sold. <br />Motion seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />Tupa then moved for adjournment. <br />Low bidder recommended that the Village increase its <br />There was some discussion on the six bids <br />In his reconmendation for this <br />Motion seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />Meeting adjourn@ ,at 5;30 P.M.