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4: 3 -2 / 1/ 6 5 <br />THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY‘T~ VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF EDINA, <br />That the Edina-Morningside Community Theatre and all individuals associated with <br />it be recognized by this Council for their most heartfelt generosity. <br />the following Claims as per Pre List <br />Fund, $4,433.40; Construction Fund, was seconded by Rixe and carried: <br />$2,393.73; Park, Park Construction, Golf Course, Swimming Pool, $7,037.62; <br />Water Fund, $28.69; Liquor Fund, $37,687.46; Sewer Rental Fund, $21,076.36; <br />Improvement Funds, $2,003.66; P.I.R. Fund, $80.35; Total $74,739.07. <br />G <br />There being no further business to came before the Meeting, MacMillan moved <br />adjournment, seconded by Tupa and carried. Meeting adjourned at 8:15 P.M. *“dL &--;‘&, <br />Village Clerk <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1965’, AT <br />THE EDINA VILLAGE HALL <br />Answering Rollcall were Members MacMillan, Rixe, Tupa, VanValkenburg and Bredesen. <br />MINUTES of the Regular Meeting of February 1, 1965, were approved by Motion Rixe, <br />seconded by VanValkenburg and carried. <br />FOUR POLICE SQUAD CARS BIDS AWARDED. <br />cars in response to Advertisement published in the Edina-Morningside Courier on <br />January 28 and February 4, 1965, and in the Construction Bulletin on February 11, <br />1965, showed receipt of bids from three bidders: €4ajor Motors, Inc. was low <br />bidder at $4,580.00 for the Ford Custom; Kay Motors, Inca was second low at <br />$4,840.00 for Plymouth P-91; Jordan Ford, Inc. was high at $5,206.52 for Ford <br />Custom. <br />(less $180.00 because bucket seats were omitted) was moved by Tupa, seconded by <br />VanValkenburg and unanimously carried, <br />Tabulation of bids for four police squad <br />Recommendation for award to low bidder, Major Motors, Inc., at $4,580 <br />PUBLIC WORKS EQUIPMENT BIDS AWARDED. <br />1. Tabulation of bids for a TRUCK AND DUMP BOX from five bidders who <br />responded to Advertisement published in the Edina-Morningside Courier <br />on January 28 and February 4, 1965, and in the Construction Bulletin <br />on February 11, 1965. Low bidder was International Harvester at <br />$4,646.72; second low bidder was Major Motors, Inc. at $5,217.00; <br />third low bidder was the Woodhead Company, Inc. at $5,316.87. <br />bidder was Dahlbepg Ford at $5,862.00, <br />High <br />2. Tabulation of bids for a.TRUCK AND DUMP BOX (FOR LOADER) were presented <br />by Mr. Hyde showing International Harvester Company low at $4,796.72; <br />Major Motors, Inc, second low at $5,122.00; The Woodhead Company, Inc. <br />third low at $5,346.47. <br />offering bids at $5,812.00. <br />Tabulation of bids from five companies bidding on a TRUCK CHASSIS (FOR <br />FLUSHER) showed International Harvester low at $4,265.91; The Wooahead <br />Company, Inc. second low at $4,796.35; Hopkins Motor Sales third Low <br />bidder at $4,848.50; Major Motors, Inc. were high at $4,890.00. <br />Three bids were offered for a FRONT END LOADER. Armstrong Equipment <br />Company was low at $3,450.00. Leslie Brisson was second low at <br />$3,940.00. LoDal, Inc. was high at $3,990.00. <br />5. Three bids were presented for a FLUSHER. Ruffridge-Johnson Equipment <br />Company, Inc. was low at $5,264.00, Brown Steel Tank Company was second <br />low at $5,835.00, and Borchert-Ingersoll, Inc. was high at $5,920.00. <br />Dahlberg Ford was high of the five companies <br />3. <br />4. <br />Motion to award to low bids in all cases was made by VanValkenburg, seconded by <br />Tupa and unanimously carried.