Laserfiche WebLink
MINUTES OF SPECIAL BUDGET MEETING OF <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL ON <br />4:OO P.M. <br />SEPTEMBER 15, 1975, <br />Present were members Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw and Mayor Van Valkenburg. <br />UTLEY PARK HOCKEY RINK DISCUSSED. <br />Rice, Park Board Chairman, and Mr. Rosland on the proposed hockey rink at Utley <br />Councilman Richards will meet with Messrs. Rice and Rosland and members of the <br />Thorpe family for further discussion. <br />1976 BUDGET REVSEIJED. <br />and tentatively approved the hiring of one additional mechanic, with the under- <br />standing that overtime would be cut from $6,700 to $4,800, contracted repairs <br />would be cut from $17,000 to $10,000 and accessories and parts would be cut from <br />$45,000 to $44,300. <br />General discussion was held with Mr. Jack <br />'Park and on the possibility of naming a park facility for the Thorpe family. <br />Council reviewed budget requests for Central Services <br />The meeting adjourned at 6:OO p.m. and was continued to September 17, ,1975, at <br />4:30 P.M. <br />MINUTES OF SPECIAL BUDGET MEETING OF <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL ON <br />SEPTEMBER 17, 1975, <br />4:30 P.M. <br />Present were members Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw and Mayor Van Valkenburg. <br />POLICE DEPARTMENT SALARIES ESTABLISHED FOR 1975. As recommended by Mr. Hyde, <br />Councilwoman Schmidt offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE SCHEDULE OF <br />MAXIMUM WAGE RATES FOR POLICE DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL <br />BE IT RESOLVED that the maximum wage rates for the Police Department personnel <br />for the year 1975 be established as follows: <br />POSITION PRESENT - 1974 PROPOSED - 1975 <br />Jan- June July-Dec <br />Bi-Wk (Annual) Bi-Wk B i-I.% (Annual) <br />Detective <br />First Year 542.77 (14,112) 592.53 585.86 (14,816) <br />1 Year Service 550.62 (14,316) 601.19 594.36 (14 , 927) <br />2 Year Serv'ice 558.00 ( 14,508) 609.23 602.31 (15,030) <br />Motion for adoption of'the resolution was seconded by Councilman Shaw and on roll- <br />call there were five ayes and no nays and the resolution was adopted.' <br />'1976 BUDGET REQUESTS CONSIDERED. <br />were made by Edward Orenstein, Donald Storm and Sue Bonoff. Joel Jennings, Chair-: <br />man of the Human Relations Commission, requested direction from the Council for <br />the coming year and discussed the budget request. <br />trying to set a positive educational course in the community. <br />agreed that no honorarium should be paid to public employees. <br />Chairman of the Park Board, requested a higher Capital Improvements Budget, as <br />compared to previous years. <br />property and for the Grimes house. <br />list of priorities whkh they consider critical to the Park program,which list will <br />be submitted to Council. <br />eliminated the position of Assistant Planner, reduced the budget request for office <br />furniture for the Planning Department from $560 to $200, reduced budget requests <br />for four file cabinetscfrom $590 to $500 and for a typewriter from $700 to $650 <br />for Administration. <br />recommended by the Governmental Commission was continued for further consideration. <br />The request for a typewriter was eliminated from the Finance Budget. <br />and Schools for the Assessing Department were reduced from $2,405 to $2,275. <br />request for $9,600 for an additional Appraiser was eliminated. . <br />Presentations requesting funds for Youth Action <br />He advised that the Commission is <br />Council informally <br />Mr. Jack Rice, <br />General discussion ensued as to plans for the Parbury <br />Mr. Rosland and the Park Board will develop a <br />Council reviewed General Government budget requests and <br />Consideration of a Management Consultant which had been <br />Conferenc6s <br />The <br />The meeting was adjourned at 8:45 p.m. and continued to September 22, 1975, at <br />4:OO p.m. /ccL--ec d.' &, <br />City Clerk