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<br />MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY,,
<br />NOVEMBER 23, 1964, AT 7:30 P.M., AT
<br />THE EDINA VlLLAGE HALL
<br />Members answering Rollcall were MacMillan, Rixe, Tupa, VanValkenburg, and Bredesen.
<br />POLICE, CAR BIDS.
<br />November 23, 1964, at 11:OO A.M., f9r "Three Police Cars." Tabulation showed
<br />Manager Hyde presented Tabulation of Bids received Monday,
<br />Kay Motors, St. Louis Park, to be low bidder with net bid prices of $1,399,49,
<br />of $1,378.00, $1,203.00 and $1,203.00; and Jordan Ford, Excelsior, high bidder
<br />at $1,430.00, $1,255.00 and $1,255100. Manager Hyde submitted that the Lowest
<br />single bid, The Midway Company at $1,378, was a Ford vehicle, and that the
<br />immediate experience with Fords purchased in April, 1964, has been unsatisfactory.
<br />It'was further explained that the second-low prices, Kay Motors at $999.49 each,
<br />were on vehicles which did not meet the intent of the specifications, although
<br />they did meet the literal specifications.
<br />to attract comparable, full-size modelsI
<br />$999.49 and $999.49; The Midway Company, St. Paul, second low with net bid prices
<br />The intent of the specifications was
<br />VanValkenburg's motion, rejecting all bids taken November 23, 1964, and
<br />re-advertisement for bids on revised specificqtions for opening and Council
<br />consideration on December 7, 1964, was seconded by Tupa and carried,
<br />The meeting's agenda having been covered, Tupa moved for adjournment. Motion was
<br />seconded by MacMillan and carried.