<br />ance thereof as separate tracts of land but are not waived for any other
<br />provisiori or as to any other provision thereof, and subject, however, to the
<br />provision that no further subdivision be made of said Parcels unless made in
<br />compliance with the pertinent ordinances of the Village of Edina or with the
<br />prior approval of this Council as may be provided for by those ordinances.
<br />Notion for adoption of the 2esolution was seconded by Councilman Johnson and
<br />on rollcall there were three ayes and no nays and the..resolution was adopted.
<br />AI?ARR OF BTDS XONF.XR%ED .FOR:DECEMBEE-.4,q 1272. Councilman Johnson' s motion was
<br />seconded by Councilman Shaw and carried ratifying the award of bids made at
<br />the December 4, 1973, Council Meeting as follows: Bid for Lift Station at
<br />Eden and Arcadia Avenues (Proposal A) was awarded to G. L. Contracting, Inc,,
<br />low bidder at $16,750.00; Bid for Lift Station at Oaklawn Ave. at I?. 72nd
<br />St. (Proposal B) was awarded to Industrial Construction Division, lob7 bidder
<br />at $40,161.50; Cooperative bid with Hennepin County for administrative cars
<br />was made to- American Central Automotive, Inc. at $3,078.62 with 1/2% discount
<br />for payment of invoice within 20 days after receipt of complete delivery.
<br />Councilman Courtney entered the meeting at this point.
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-A31 GRANTED SECOND READING. Mr. Luce presented Ordinance
<br />No. 811-A31 for Second Reading. This ordinance for rezoning of the Halla pro-
<br />perty had been continued from the meeting of December 4, 1972.
<br />were heard , whereupon Councilman Johnson offered the following ordinance for
<br />Second Reading and moved its adoption:
<br />No objections
<br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-A31
<br />BY ADDING TO TKE AUTOMOBILE PARKING DISTRICT
<br />AN ORDINANCE mNDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE (NO. 811)
<br />THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS:
<br />is amended by adding the following thereto:
<br />of the following properties :
<br />Section 1.
<br />"The extent of the Automobile Parking District is enlarged by the addition
<br />Tracts B, C and D, Registered.Land Survey No. 390, Files of Registrar
<br />of Titles, County of Hennepin, Minnesota; and
<br />All of Tract A and that part of Tract B, Registered Land Survey No.
<br />1021, Files of Registrar of Titles, Coun'ty of Hennepin, lying North of
<br />a line parallel with and 237 feet South of the most Northerly line of
<br />said Tract 13 and same extended, except that portion thereof taken for
<br />highway purposes. *)
<br />Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its
<br />Paragraph 1 of Section'6 of Ordinance No. 811 of the Village
<br />passage and publication.
<br />Notion for adoption of the ordinance was seco
<br />rollcall there were four ayes and no nay
<br />ATTEST :
<br />MORNINGSIDE GAE3iAGE AND REFUSE CONTRACT AIJARDED TO ABLE SANITATION.
<br />presented a tabulation of four bids received for refuse collection in the Morn-
<br />ingside area received in response to Advertisement for Bids in the Edina Sun
<br />and Construction Bulletin on November 30 and December 7, 1972.
<br />fbr ttjo collections per week per residence for the year 1973 was given showing
<br />Able Sanitation, Inc., low bidder at $42.00, Lake Harriet and Edina Sanitation
<br />Service, $51.00 and Viking Disposal Service at $58.20. Present contractor,
<br />Edina Morningside Sanitation bid only on two collections per week, limiting the
<br />amount of refuse to be picked up, .at a cost of $48.00, limiting pickup to two
<br />30.gallon cans and 3 garbage or yard bags, while the $42.00 bid of Able Sani-
<br />tation provided for pickup of all refuse.
<br />a question from Mr, N. C. Tomlinson, 4213 Lynn Ave., that there would be no
<br />limit as to the amount of refuse to be picked up. Mayor Bredesen said that
<br />he belseves that it is morally wrong to give the Morningside area a better
<br />arrangement for garbage pickup than the rest of the Village. Mr. Hyde recalled
<br />that, at the time of the Norningside annexation, it had been agreed to attempt
<br />to continue the arrangement under which garbage was being pick up at that time.
<br />F0~~017~11g some discussion, Councilman Courtney' s motion was seconded by Council-
<br />man . Shaw and carried awarding contract for refuse pickup for the Morningside
<br />area to Able Sanitation. Councilman Courtney then offered the following resolu-
<br />tion and moved its adoption:
<br />FIHEREAS, since 1955, Robert: J. Sloan , owner of Edina-Morningside Sanitation,
<br />bas faithfully served residents of the Morningside area;
<br />Mr. Hyde
<br />Plr. Hyde pointed out,-in.re$ponse to