<br />WAYNE 3ENNETT APPOINTED PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR AND POLICE CHIEF.
<br />recommended the appointment of Police Chief Wayne Bennett to the position of
<br />I1Public Safety Director and Police Chief", to head Fire, Polise, and Health
<br />Departments and continue as head of Civil Defense, at a total salary, including
<br />Civil Defense salary, of $11,100 per year, effective June 1, 1962, and looking
<br />toward a salary adjustment for both Mr. Bennett and Mr. J.N. Dalen, Finance
<br />Director, to $11,7QO for the year 1963.
<br />Manager Hyde
<br />(See action after next recommendation)
<br />SALARY ADJUSTHENTS MADE,
<br />Director of Public Morks and Engineering and the Assistant Engineer, being
<br />$25 per month each, scheduled for July 1, be set ahead to June 1; and that
<br />the wage'for the classification "Seasonal Temporary Labor, Way 1 to October 1"
<br />he established at $1.75 per hour.
<br />Mr . Hyde recommended that salary increases for the
<br />I VanValkenburg's motion, appointing Wayne Bennett as Public Safety Director and
<br />Police Chief at a total salary of $11,100 per year, and authorizing salary
<br />adjustments as recommended by the Village Manager, was seconded hy Tupa and
<br />CLAINS ACCEPTED FOR PAYI.IEI\IT : ONE EXCEPTED Council reviewed Pre-List dated
<br />May 14, showing Claims for payment in the following amounts: General Fund,
<br />$15,481.76; Construction Fund, $868.00; Park, Park Construction, and Swim
<br />Pool Funds, $3,190.22; Watertiorks Fund, $1,120.13; Liquor Fund, $91,936.61;
<br />Sewer Rental Fund, $356.75; Improvement Funds, $113,787.77; and Poor Fund,
<br />$241.92--Total $226,983 . 16. Some discussion was had relative to the Village
<br />"law library"; and Tupa moved that all claims on Pre-List dated May 14, 1962
<br />be paid except Claim No. 19435, from General Fund, to Bancroft-Whitney Cos,
<br />amount $61.10. Motion seconded by VanValkenburg and carried,
<br />/ WEETINS ADJOURNED at 12:1Q,ACt4., TUESDAY, NAY 15, pursuant to motion by
<br />/ NacHillan , seconded by VanValkenburg
<br />/ Village Clerk *
<br />/ / TREASURER'S REPORT FOR WARCH, 1962, AND A SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL "HIGHLIGHTS OF
<br />1961t1 werF submitted by Mr. Dalen for Council review. -
<br />t*IINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF
<br />THE EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY,
<br />HAY 28, 1962, AT 7:OO P.W., AT THE EDINA
<br />VILLAGE HALL
<br />Members answering Rollcall were Dickson, MacMillan, Tupa and Vanitalkenburg.
<br />Mayor Pro Tem Dickson presided in Mayor Bredesen's absence,
<br />MacMillan's motion, that May 14, 1962 Minutes be approved subject to the
<br />changing of the word
<br />"Planning Commissiont1 , was seconded by Tupa and carried.
<br />in line six, paragraph 3, Page 93, to
<br />Trustee MacMillan introduced to Council and audience a guest from
<br />Rotterdam, Holgand, and her :son, who lives in Minnetonka. .
<br />COUNCIL GRANTS RAUENHORST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY'S PETITION FOR FEZONII?G.
<br />First matter on the agenda was continuation of the May 14, 1962 Public
<br />Hearing on the petition of Rauenhorst Construction Company for the rezoning
<br />from Open Development District to Community Store District, Office Building
<br />District, and Planned Industrial District of certain tracts of land along
<br />the South Village Limits, bounded on the I.lest by Normandale Road, on the
<br />East by Wooddale Avenue extended, and on the North ky Normandale Center Golf
<br />Course and Registered Land Surveys Nos. 679 and 938; and otherwise described
<br />as llNorrnandale Center Industrial Park".
<br />the entire area, 14r. Hite again reported that the Planning Commission's
<br />recommendation for rezoning pertains to only part of the original application
<br />area , because the Commission is not willing to commit itself as to the whole
<br />area at this time, but prefers to wait for the development of the area now
<br />under consideration before considering the area to the north and east.
<br />There were no objections registered to the proposed rezoning; and, inasmuch
<br />as this matter had been discussed at some length at the last regular meeting
<br />by the Council and without objection at that time, VanValkenburg offered
<br />the following Ordinance, moving that Council dispense with second reading
<br />thereof and adopt Ordinance as submitted:
<br />With the aid of a display showing