<br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDINA
<br />HELD MONDAY, MAY 26, 1958, AT 7:30 P,hL , AT
<br />Members answering Rollcall were Bank, Dickson, Kohler, Tupa
<br />VILLAGE COUNCIL.,
<br />THE EDINA VILLAGE
<br />and Bredesen.
<br />Minutes of the Regular Meeting of May 12, 1958, and Planning Commission-Council Fleeting
<br />of May 16, were approved as submitted, by motion Dickson, seconded by Tupa and carried,
<br />POOL CONCESSION OPERATION DISCUSSED.
<br />of four bids for the operation of the Pool Concession Stand; Stewart Infra Red;
<br />Canteen Company, Hot Dog Service, and DeLaria; the best being Hot Dog Service's
<br />proposal to run concession with return to Village of 12% of Gross, with $50 per
<br />week guaranteed minimum.
<br />restricted because of the one-year term of operation.
<br />stated the Board feels that bids are far too low; that it is the recommendation of
<br />the Board that the concelssion be operated with Village labor; that the matter of
<br />supervisory help is the Village's problem even if the concession is leased out.
<br />Some discussion had, Council still being of the mind that operation of the pool,
<br />itself, will present sufficient first-year problems for the Board and park
<br />personnel. It was suggested that the Village purchase the necessary equipment
<br />and then get bids on operation of concession; and Kohler moved that Park Board
<br />present bids on basis of Village's purchasing equipment.
<br />and carried.
<br />Manager Hyde reported receipt by the Park Board
<br />I He reported that the Board feels that bids have been
<br />Mr. Stevens of the Park Board
<br />h'lotion seconded by Bank
<br />ASSISTANT POOL MANAGER'S SALARY ESTABLISHED.
<br />be necessary to have an Assistant Pool Manager, inasmuch as the Pool will be open
<br />some 84 hours a week. He recommended that the Council establish a salary of
<br />$375.00 per month for the Assistant Pool Manager and Head Swimming Instructer.
<br />Bank's motion that position of Assistant Pool Manager be established, with salary
<br />of $375.00 per month, was seconded by Dickson and unanimously carried.
<br />Manager Hyde reported that it will
<br />PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS.
<br />in Edina-Morningside courier May 15 and 22, 1958, of "Notice of Public Hearing on
<br />Proposed Sanitary Sewer and gatermain Improvements"; and, pursuant to said Notice
<br />the following public hearings were conducted and action taken:
<br />VANDERVORK AVE. TO OXFORD AVE.: OXFORD AVE. FROM DIVISION ST. TO 290' S. OF W.51ST
<br />ST.: INTERLACHEN BLVD. FROM BEDFORD AVE. TO 125' VI. OF UXIEORD AVE. Vu-Graph Slide
<br />was shown, and Estimate of Cost was given as $62,295.60, for $15.32 per Assessable
<br />Front Foot (or, under new method of assessment, $1,117.40 per lot),
<br />4528 Oxford Avenue, objected on grounds of "no need" and "excessive expense".
<br />Engineer Zikan reported that petitions have been received from Oxford Avenue,
<br />South of Interlachen Blvd. and that this area can be served only by,running the
<br />line to the North, to Division Street; that, at the time the Hollywood Road Sewer
<br />was planned, in 1956, it was purposely kept high as an economic measure for the
<br />people then requesting sewer; and kthat the only alternative for serving Oxford
<br />Avenue South of Interlachen is now to run to Division Street. Question was raised
<br />as to whether South Oxford could be served by a line in Interlachen to the west of
<br />Oxford, to connect with the "Skyline" portion of the main, but I&. Zikan explained
<br />that the intersection of Oxford and Interlachen is the low point and that this
<br />cannot be done by gravity.
<br />construction of a lift station at Oxford and Interlachen.
<br />such a study had not been made but that it is known that costs would be very high.
<br />Mr. Score, owner of 145 feet on Division Street, protested that he neither wants
<br />nor needs the utility. It was pointed out that Oxford Avenue North of Interlachen
<br />has just been resurfaced; that owners do not want it dug up again. Di6UUSSiOn was
<br />had by Council on matter of continuing hearing for further study as to a lift
<br />station, after presentation of petition by owners of a majority of the properties
<br />on Oxford Avenue between Interlachen Blvd, and Division Street, objecting to the
<br />project; then, Aka Cooney, 4805 Oxford, asked that if possible Lots 5, 6 and 7,
<br />Block 4, Beverley Hills, be included in kthe study for sewer,
<br />bring in a petition if this property is to be included in the study.
<br />motion that Public Hearing be continued to June 23, for further study by Engineers,
<br />was seconded by Bank and carried.
<br />SKYLINE DRIVE TO 400 FT. EAST. Vu-Graph Slide was shown, and Estimate of Cost
<br />was read at $1,171.84 per lot. Mr. Hansen, owner of 206 feet at the corner of
<br />Skyline Drive and Interlachen Blvd,, objected to the sewer's being routed East of
<br />Mr. Zikan explained that, because this is "hill" property, the sewer can go either
<br />East or Vlestd
<br />Hansen's, &&&$that unless there is a great difference in cost he doesn't care
<br />which way the Sewer is run. Bank's motion, that Hearing be continued to June 23,
<br />€or further study by Engineers, was seconded by Tupa and carried.
<br />Clerk presented "Affidavit of Publication"
<br />1. PUBLIC HEARIXG ON PROPOSED SANITARY LATERAL SEWER IN DIVISION ST. FROM
<br />Plr, Ray Schmitt,
<br />Another question as to whether study had been made on
<br />hk. Zikan replied 'that
<br />He was asked to
<br />I Tupa's
<br />20 PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED SANITARY SBVER IN INTERLACHEN BLVD. FROG
<br />He asked that it come West of Oxford Avenue to serve the petitioners.
<br />EIr. Posthumus, owner of property immediately to the East of 1dr.