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*‘ <br />457 <br />distant 64.94 feet west of the northeast corner thereof, as measured along <br />said north line, to a point on the south line of said Lot 13 distant 70.40 <br />feet west of the southeast corner thereof, as measured along said south line, <br />and reserving easements of record. <br />WHEREAS, it has been determined that compliance with the Subdivision and Zoning <br />Regulations of the City of Edina will create an unnecessary hardship and said <br />Parcels as separate tracts of land do not interfere with the purposes of the <br />Subdivision and Zoning Regulations as contained in the City of’Edina Ordinance <br />Nos. 801 and 825; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, it is hereby resolved by the City Council of the City of Edina <br />that the conveyance and ownership of said Parcels as separate tracts of land is <br />hereby approved and the requirements and provisions of Ordinance No. 801 and <br />Ordinance No. 825 are hereby waived to allow said division and conveyance thereof <br />as separate tracts of land bdt are not waived for any other purpose or as to any <br />other provision thereof, and subject, however, to the provision that no further <br />subdivision be made of said Parcels unless made in compliance with the pertinent <br />ordinances of the City of Edina or with the prior approval of this Council as may <br />be provided for by those ordinances. <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes. <br />*BID AWARDED FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT NOS. S-36 AND S-37, CONTRACT #87-8 (ENG). <br />Motion of Member Kelly was seconded by Member Smith for award of bid for Sidewalk <br />Improvement No. S-36 (Gleason Road from Cherokee Trail to Valley View Rd-West <br />side) and Sidewalk Improvement No. S-37 (West 76th Street from Valley View Rd to <br />France Av-North side) to recommended low bidder, Gunderson Bros., at $86,652.35. <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes. <br />*BID AWARDED FOR RESURFACING AND REPAIR OF TENNIS COURTS. <br />was seconded by Member Smith for award of bid for resurfacing and repair of tennis <br />courts at Creek Valley, Garden, Countryside and Lake Edina parks, and installation <br />of center strap support pipes at Pamela Park, Weber Park and Highlands parks to <br />recommended low bidder, Recreational Surfacers, at $9,640.00. <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes. <br />Motion of Member Kelly <br />*BID AWARDED FOR PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FOR ALDEN PARK. Motion of Member Kelly was <br />seconded by Member Smith for award of bid for playground equipment for Alden Park <br />to recommended low bidder, Earl F. Anderson and Associates, Inc., at $14,950.00. <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes. <br />*BID AWARDED FOR COLOR VIDEO CAMERA. <br />Member Smith for award of bid for a color video camera and equipment to <br />recommended low bidder, Blumberg Communications, Inc., at $7,194.00. <br />Motion of Member Kelly was seconded by <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes. <br />FIRE DEPARTMENT REORGANIZATION PLAN APPROVED. Manager Rosland directed the <br />Council’s attention to a memorandum from Ted Paulfranz, Fire Chief, which outlined <br />a proposed reorganization plan for the Fire Department that will enable the <br />department to more effectively manage its resources and maintain the quality of <br />its services. The primary impact of this proposal is to separate and redefine the <br />role of the Assistant Fire Chiefs, provide a shift lead worker supervisor position <br />of Captain, and eliminate the position of Public Safety Director. <br />explained that this concept was thought of approximately three years ago and <br />basically resolved from a study and talk with the Assistant Chiefs regarding the <br />frustrations they had under the 24-hour system and the lack of communications. <br />With the recent retirement of the Public Safety Director it was felt it was <br />appropriate to make the changes. <br />the budget for the department and would close the communications gap. In summary, <br />Mr. Rosland said that the proposed reorganization would: a) eliminate the position <br />of Public Safety Director, b) would retain two Assistant Chiefs, with the third <br />Assistant Chief being reassigned, c) would eliminate the Acting Assistant Chief, <br />d) would create three positions of Captain, with a F.M.0 or Inspector being <br />promoted to Captain, and e) would add a new Firefighter/Medic. <br />discussion, Member Kelly moved adoption of the following resolution: <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, that it hereby <br />approves and authorizes the Fire Department Reorganization Plan presented at the <br />Regular Meeting of the Council of July 6, 1987. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Member Smith. <br />Mr. Rosland <br />The proposed reorganization would stay within <br />Following a brief <br />RESOLUTION - <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner, Courtney <br />Re solution adopted . <br />1987-88 WORK PROGRAM APPROVED. <br />Strategic Planning Work Program advising that it was a result of the Council’s <br />goal setting retreat held in March. <br />which were identified, lists some short-term objectives, outlines a strategy to <br />accomplish the objectives and proposes a schedule for completion. <br />the goals which have been identified are multi-year and in reality covers the <br />Manager Rosland presented a draft of the 1987-88 <br />The work program attempts to focus the issues <br />He noted that