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16 <br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL_HELD AT VILgGE HALL ON I <br />. MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1968 <br />*b <br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Courtney, Johnson, Shaw, VanValkenburg, <br />and Mayor Bredesen. J <br />BIDS AWARDED FOR BA-109, BA-118, and WM 212. <br />Courier on December 21,.1967, and in'the Construction Bulletin on December 21 and 28, <br />Affidavits of Publication in the Edina <br />1967,*and January 4, 1968, were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered <br />placed on file. Mr. Hyde presented tabulation of eight bids showing Black Top Service <br />Company low bidder at $304,194.40, Bury & Carlson, Inc., second.10~ bidder at $310,153- <br />.20, Northern Contracting Company, third low bidder at $310,221.65, and Bituminous <br />Surface Treating Company high bidder at $335,411.70, against Engineer's estimate of <br />the curb on Saxony Road, Mr. Hite advised that it is the intent to give credit for <br />curb and gutter which had been previously installed and assessed. <br />ney's motion for award to recommended low bidder, Black Top Service Company, for <br />street improvements BA-109, BA-118, and surfacing replacement for Watermain No. 212 <br />was-then seconded by Councilman VanValkenburg and carried. <br />JAMES A. RYE REASSESSMENT DENIED FOR BA-65. <br />James A. Rye, 3208 West 60th Street, requesting adjustment on his assessment for BA- <br />65. Mr. Rye had asserted that he should have received credit for his investment of <br />$191.80 for a retaining wall and steps which were*replaced as a portion of the street <br />improvement. It was pointed out that the wall constructed by Mr. Rye was of benefit <br />to-his property for approximately ten years before it was partially replaced by the <br />1964 paving project and that no objection to the amount was filed at either the time <br />of the assessment or within the twenty days following as is prescribed by Minnesota <br />Statutes. Councilman Johnson's motion that the adjustment be denied was then seconded <br />by Councilman Courtney and carried. <br />I -$350,000.00. In reply to a question of Councilman Johnson in regard to the cost of. <br />Councilman Court& <br />Mr. Hite presented a letter fromMr. <br />ROBERT CARLSON STORM WATER DAMAGE CLAIM CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 5, 1968, MEETING. <br />Hyde advised Council that a claim for damages in the amount of $500 had been received <br />from Mr, Robert Carlson. <br />with the construction of Storm Sewer 103 had caused damages to his basement. <br />by Councilman Shaw that the matter be continued until February 5, 1968, in order that <br />additional investigation could be made into the matter was seconded by Councilman Van- <br />Valkenburg and carried. . <br />TEEN AGE RECREATION BOARD ORDINANCE NO. 4 ADOPTED. Mr. Hite presented Ordinance No. <br />4 which creates a Teen Age Recreation Board for Second Reading. <br />quested authority to contact recommended board members with assurance that these ap- <br />pointments would be confirmed by Council. Councilman Johnson then offered Ordinance <br />No. 4 for Second Reading, stipulating that Mayor Bredesen be authorized to make rec- <br />ommended appointments to the Board, .and moved its adoption .as follows: <br />AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE CREATION <br />OF AN ADVISORY TEEN RECREATION BOARD, <br />THE APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS TO THIS BOARD <br />Mr, c <br />Mr. Carlson has asserted that grading done in connection <br />Motion <br />I <br />Mayor Bredesen re- <br />- ORDINANCE NO. 4 <br />- AND DEFINING THE BOARD'S POWERS AND DUTIES <br />TED3 VILLAGE COUNCIL OF TEE VILLAGE OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, ORDAINS: <br />Section 1. <br />Section 2. Membership. <br />Character of Board. This advisory Teen Recreation Board shall be an <br />advisory board to the Edina Park Board and to the Village Council. <br />The Board shall consist of a total of 12 members all <br />-residents of the Village of Edina appointed by the Mayor with the consent of a maj- <br />ority of the members of the Village Council. Six of these members shall be adult <br />members, one representing the Edina Senior High PTA, one representing the Junior High <br />PTA's, one representing the Village churches, one representing the service clubs, one <br />representing the Village of Edina Park Board, and one member at large. Adult members <br />of the Board shall be appointed to serve for a term of two years and the terms of the <br />members shall be staggered so that as nearly equal a number of terms shall expire each <br />year. One shall be <br />appointed from the Edina Senior Class, one from the Edina Junior Class, one from the <br />Edina Sophomore Class, one from the Edina Student Council, one representing the private <br />or parochial schools and one member at large. <br />Section 3. Vacancies. <br />become vacated: <br />(a) death, <br />(b) <br />(c) (d) resignation in writing, or <br />(e) <br />8 The six student members shall be appointed for a one year term. <br />Any of the following shall cause the office of a member to <br />disability or failure to serve, as shown by failure to attend any of three <br />removal or residence outside the Village, <br />conviction of a crime constituting a felony. <br />consecutive regular meetings, <br />Vacancies shall be filled for the unexpired portion of the term by the Mayor with the