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94 4/22/63 <br />Council's havhg covered the business before this meeting, Tupa moved for adjourn- <br />ment, Motion seconded Rixe and carried, Ad nt at lL:O5 P.bI. <br />1-IINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDINA <br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, MAY 13, 1963, <br />AT 7:OO P.M., AT EDINA VILLAGE HALL <br />Menibers answering Rollcall were MacMillan, Rixe, Tupa and VanValkenburg. <br />Pro Tem Van Valkenburg presided. <br />Hayor <br />MR. BRUCE WHITE of the Public krorks Department received Council's congratulations <br />on having completed an arc welding course at Dunwoody Institute. <br />MINUTES. of the Regular 1.Ieeting of April 22, 1963, were approved as submitted, by <br />motion Tupa, seconded by Rixe and carried. <br />CONTRAGT AWARDED TO PHELPS-DRAKE FOR VATERE.IAIN IHPROVEMENTS NOS 171 AND 172. <br />Hanager Hyde presented a tabulation of the bids taken Friday, Way 10, pursuant <br />to the proper advertisement in Construction Bulletin and Edina-Courier, bids <br />being on Trunk Watermain (Improvement No. 171) and Lateral Natermains (Improve- <br />ment No. 172) for the Northwest Section.of Edina. Tabulation showed receipt of <br />ten bids, Phelps-Drake Co. , Inc. being low bidder on both projects at $253,111.70; <br />Peter Lametti Construction Co., second low at $257,536.36; Petrowske E Ross, <br />third low, at $267,264.00; and McDonald-Luben & Associates, Inc., high bidder at <br />$394,454.70. Engineer's Estimate on construction was $339,004.48. Village <br />Engineer's recommendation was for award of contract to low bidder, Phelps-Drake <br />Coo, Inc. Tupa's motion for award of contract to low bidder was seconded by <br />I4act4illan and carried. <br />COBURN AND EEK AWARDED CONTRACT FOR XERXES AVENUE SANITARY SEXER AND GIATERNAIN <br />tENT NO. 173). <br />in Edina-Morningside Courier and Construction Bulletin, was presented, showing <br />receipt of three bids. Coburn E Meek, Inc, , low bidder, at $17,347..00; Peter <br />Lametti Construction Co., second low at $18,603.64; Spetz E Berg, Inc., third <br />low at $22,188.00, as compared with Engineer's Estimate of $15,263.50. <br />Hyde asked for award to low bidder, even though bid is above estimate, because <br />of urgency of completion of work. <br />low bidder, Coburn E Meek, Inc. <br />CONNECTION II.IPROVEI*ENTS (SANITARY SEVER IMPROVEtIIENT NO. 203 : WATERMAIN IWPROVE- <br />Tabulation of bids taken today, pursuant to proper advertisements <br />Manager <br />MacMillan moved for award of contract to <br />Motion seconded by Rixe and carried. <br />UTILITIES PETITIONS ACCEPTED FOR STUDY. <br />filed with the Clerk, were presented to the Council: <br />The following Improvement Petitions, <br />1. <br />2. PETITION FOR C-2 SANITARY TRUNK SEWER. <br />3. <br />PETITION FOR SANITARY SEFIER, NATERMAIN, CURB AND GUTTER AND ASPHALT <br />CONCRETE PAVEHENT IN TINGDALE AVENUE FROM W.65TH STREET TO W.66TH STREET. <br />PETITION FOR SANITARY SENER AND WATERMAIN IN ElERILANE FROM INTERLACHEN <br />' BLVD. TO NORTH END OF N3RILANE: ANNAWAY DRIVE FROM MERILANE TO NORTH END <br />OF A"AI?AY DRIVE: MAIT LANE FROM ANNAWAY DRIVE TO MERILANE: BYPJOOD HEST <br />FROM INTERLACHEN BLVD. TO ANNAWAY DRIVE. <br />Hanager Hyde informed Council that these petitions had all been signed by less <br />than 51% of affected properties. Mr. Loegering, 6525 Tingdale Avenue, stated <br />that only five or six of the 24 lots on Tingdale are represented in the <br />Tingdale Avenue petitions. Manager Hyde suggested that a11 three petitions be <br />accepted for study, and it was so moved by Tupa, seconded by Rixe and carried. <br />Tingdale Avenue delegation was informed notices will be sent if determined <br />that requests should come before Council for public hearing, <br />PLAYGROUND EQUIPIENT CONTRACT AI?ARDED TO MIRACLE EQUIPMENT COMPANY. <br />infomed Council that further investigation has been made relative to the two <br />bids received April 22; that one large supplier did not bid only because company <br />wished to be guaranteed contract for all equipment, whereas specifications did <br />not so stipulate. <br />Equipment Company, at $19,466.00, and Tupa so moved. <br />and carried. <br />Manager Hyde <br />- He recommended award of contract to low bidder, l4iracle <br />tlotion seconded by Rixe <br />PETITION FOR OIL ACCEPTED: I.7.56TH ST., HANSEN ROAD TO DALE AVE. <br />accepting and referring to Village Engineer for programming the petition €or <br />Oil in W.56th St. from Hansen Road to Dale Ave. was seconded by I.IacHillan and <br />carried. <br />Tupa's motion