MINUTES OF THE REGULAR
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD
<br />MEETING OF THE
<br />AT VILLAGE HALL ON
<br />MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1971
<br />Members answering rollcall were Councilmen Cburtney , Johnson and Mayor Bredesen.
<br />NINUTES of Hovember 1 and 15, 1971, were approved as submitted by motion of
<br />Councilman bohnson, seconded by Councilman Courtney and carried.
<br />PRESTIGE SECOND ADDITION PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL CONTINUED to December 20,
<br />1971, by motion of Councilman.Johnson, seconded by Councilman Courtney and
<br />carried. .
<br />BRITTANY ROAD PROPERTY SALE BIDS REJECTED.
<br />ber 15, 1971 Council Meeting, Council had authorized the holding of bids which
<br />had been received for the property at Brittany Road and W. 66th Street for
<br />thirty days and had also authorized taking alternate bids on the property as
<br />two single family lots. Bids received for the property as two lots showed
<br />Eberhart Company high bidder at $14,000 for both lots and R. A. Soderberg
<br />bidding'$4,600 for one lot at the corner of Brittany Road and W. 66th Street.
<br />As recommended by Mr. Hyde, Councilman Courtney's motion rejecting all bids and
<br />holding the property for later sale when the market would be better was second-
<br />e'd by Councilman'3ahnson and carried.
<br />I Mr. Hyde recalled that at the Novem-
<br />MORNINGSIDE AREA GARBAGE HAULING CONTRACT AWARDED. Mr. Hyde presented tabula-
<br />tion of two bids received for Morningside area garbage hauling. Tabulation
<br />showed Edina-Morningside low bidder at $45.00 annually and Lake Harriet and
<br />Edina Sanitation at $51.00 per year, each for twice a week service.
<br />mended by Mr. Hyde, Councilman Courtney's motion awarding the contract to
<br />Edina-Morningside Sanitation was seconded by Councilman Johnson and carried.
<br />As recom-
<br />BRAEMAR PAVILLION DIRECT FIRED >--UP AIR UNITS BID AWARDED.
<br />sented tabulation of three bids received in response to 'tAdvertisement for
<br />bids published in the Edina Sun on November 25, 1971, and in the Constwction
<br />Bulletin on November 25 and December 1, 1971. Tabulation showed WeatherRite,
<br />Inc., low bidder at $4,098.00, Commercial Air Conditioning,.Inc., at $5,437.00
<br />Councilman Johnson's motion awarding tbe bid to
<br />recommended low bidder, WeatherRite, Inc., was then seconded by Councilman
<br />Mr. Hyde pre-
<br />I _and Cronstroms at $6,242.00.
<br />- Courtney and carried.
<br />POLICE DEPARTMENT CARS BIDS APPROVED IN COOPERATION WITH HENNEPIN COUNTY. Mr.
<br />Hyde presented tabulation of bids received by Hennepin County in which the
<br />Village proposes to purchase'ten Police cars and two cars for the Detectives..
<br />Tabulation for Police cars showed Central Motor Sales low bidder at $3,452.06,.
<br />Iten Chevrolet at $3,460.70, Barrett Chrysler at $3,504.60 and Harold Chevrolet
<br />at $3,644.49. Tabulation for Detectives' cars showed Penn Auto Plaza, Inc.
<br />low bidder at $2,921.76, Central Motor Sales at $3,037.57, Malkerson Motors,
<br />Inc., at $3,088.00 and Harold Chevrolet at $3,198.40. As recommended by Mr.
<br />Hyde, Councilman Courtney's motion awarding bid to Central Motor Sales for ten
<br />Police cars and to Penn Auto Plaza for two Detectives' cars was seconded by
<br />Councilman Johnson and carried.
<br />LOT 1, LIMBACK ADDITION, LOT DIVISION CONTINUED. As recommended by the Planning
<br />Department, Councilman Courtney's motion wag seconded by Councilman.Johnson and
<br />carried, to continue the lot division of Lot 1, Limback Addition, to December
<br />20, 1971.
<br />LOT 9, AUDITOR'S SUBDIVISION NO. 325, LOT DIVISION CONTINUED.
<br />by the Planning Department, Councilman Courtney's motion was seconded.by
<br />Councilman Johnson and carried, continuing the division of Lot 9, Auditor's
<br />Subdivision No. 325, to December 20, 1971.
<br />As recommended
<br />WASHINGTON PLAZA PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL DATE SET 'for December 20, 1971, by
<br />motion of Councilman Courtney, seconded by Councilman Johnson and carried.
<br />ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS HI&UING DATE SET.
<br />Bepartment, Councilman Courtney's motion was seconded byCouncilman Johnson
<br />and carried, setting December 20, 1971, as hearing date for the following
<br />zoning matters :
<br />As recommended by the Planning
<br />Procedure for determining density in Planned Residential Districts
<br />Requiring payment of costs in connection with rezoning to Planned
<br />Residential Districts
<br />Restricting one dwelling unit to a lot or plot