<br />WHEREAS, there now exists under said property a sanitary sewer easement;
<br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT El3SOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina
<br />that an application be made to the State of Ninnesota, Department- of Taxation
<br />to change the use of the land above described from one for fire station pur-
<br />poses to sanitary sewer purposes.
<br />Notion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman Van Valken-
<br />burg and .. on rollcall there were five ayes and no.nays and the resolution was
<br />adopted .
<br />FIRE DEPARTNENT COOPERATION WITH ST. LOUIS PARK FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTED. Hr.
<br />Hyde advised Council of an agreement between the Edina and St. Louis Park Fire
<br />Departments whereby if a fire occurs at any of the following locations, the
<br />St. Louis Park Fgre Department is to be notified at once and they will respond
<br />with a pumper coq-any on first alarm: Morningside School, Christian Reform
<br />Church, Calvin Christian School, the 44th & France Business District and the
<br />50th and France Business District, Edina will respond with the aerial ladder
<br />company on first alar& to Methodist Hospital, St. Louis Park Medical Clinic '
<br />and Baker Properties located at 4903 Cedar Lake Road.
<br />with a pumper company on first alarm to Miracle Mile Shopping Center and to
<br />the Honeywell Building at 5100 Gamble Drive.
<br />Edina will also respond
<br />HOLDING CLASSES IN APARTMENT BUILDINGS DENIED.
<br />kh2 Human Rights Commission had'objected to an administrative decision which
<br />he had made in refusing to permit classes to be held in an Edina apartment
<br />that the Human Rights Commission should be referred to the Zoning Ordinances
<br />which do not permit such a use in the Residential Districts.
<br />Mr. Hyde advised Council that
<br />Council endorsed Mr. Hyde's decision, with Mayor Bredesen saying
<br />PRESTIGE 2ND ADDITION GRANTED FINAL PLAT APPROVAL.
<br />ige Second Addition for final plat approval.. As recommended by Mr. Luce,
<br />Councilman Johnson offered the following resolution and moved its adoption
<br />snbjeck-:ta Tfhe.-app?8v@ .of .the Village Attorney of the deeds to the Village:
<br />RESOLUTION GRANTING FINAL PLAT APPROVAL TO
<br />Mr. Luce presented Prest-
<br />PRESTIGE 2ND ADDITION
<br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Edina Village Council that that certain plat known as
<br />"Prestige 2nd Addition%', platted by Presco, a partnership, and by Leo F. Dvorak,
<br />a single man, and presented at the Edina Village Council Meeting of Narch 6, 1972,
<br />be and is hereby granted final plat approval.
<br />Notion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman Shaw and on
<br />rol>call there were five ayes and no nays and the resolution was adopted.
<br />CLAIMS PAID,
<br />and carried for payment of the following claims as per Pre-List:
<br />$11,995.15; Park, Park Construction, Swimming, Arena, Golf, Gun, $15,309.92;
<br />T?ater Fund, $25,174.24; Liquor Fund, $44,230.94; Sewer Fund, $1,343.68; Total,
<br />$9 8 , 053.93.
<br />Motion of Councilman Johnson was seconded by Councilman Courtney
<br />General Fund,
<br />The agenda having been.covered, Councilman Johnson's motion for adjournment
<br />was secoqded by Councilman Courtney and carried. Adjournment at 9:45 p.m.
<br />Village Clerk
<br />EIIIWTES OF SPECIAL IIEETING OF
<br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL HELD SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1972
<br />At a Special Eleeting on March 12, 1972, the following resolution was adopted:
<br />RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO THE
<br />EDINA HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY TEAM
<br />WHEREAS, the Edina High School Hockey Team during-the season of 1971-72
<br />extended to four years it success in competition within the State of Minnesota;
<br />V€EREAS, under the dedicated leadership of Coach aillard Ikola, the members
<br />of the team continued to be not only super-proficient in the sport but also
<br />gentlemen in their conduct; and I
<br />UHEREAS, the team repeated as Champions of the Lake Conference and of Region
<br />Six of the Minnesota State High School League, this time undefeated; and
<br />ITHEREAS, the 1971-72 team represented Edina in the State High School Hockey
<br />Tournament beginning March 9, 1972;
<br />NObl, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND VILLAGE COUNCIL of the Vil-
<br />lage of Edina at a Special Meeting on March 12, 1972, on behalf of all the