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- <br />I <br />MINUTES OF THE <br />OF THE EDINA <br />SPECIAL PlEETING <br />CITY COUNCIL <br />HELD AUGUST 23, 1976, 7:30 P.M. <br />AT EDINA CITY HALL <br />Answering rollcall were members Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw and Mayor Van Val- <br />kenburg. <br />GORDON SCHUSTER REGISTERED LAND SURVEY GRANTED FINAL APPROVAT,,. <br />Gordon Schuster Registered Land Surveyxr final . approval, recalling that this <br />property had formErly been known as the Iiiclian Meadows subdivision. <br />that this proposal is identified to the preliminary presentation and that questions <br />raised at that time by residents had been satisfactorily resolved. <br />that Tracts A, C and E (approximately 15% of the land) had been dedicated Lo the <br />City of Edina for Storm Sewer purposes and advised Councilman Richards that the <br />entire tract had been appraised by the Assessor-at approximately $1,000,000. No <br />objections being heard, Councilman Courtney offered the following resolution and <br />moved its adoption: <br />Mr . Luce presented <br />He clarified <br />Elr. Luce said <br />RESOLUTION GRANTING FINAL APPROVAL TO <br />GORDON SCHGSTER REGISTERED LAND SURVEY <br />BE IT RESOLVED by the Edina City Council that that certain Registered Land Survey, <br />presented for approval by Gordon Schuster covering property located South of Dewey <br />Hill Road, North of W. 78th Street and East of Braemax Golf Course. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman Shaw. <br />Rollcall; <br />Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />Resolution adopted. <br />STUART JOHNSON NOTICE OF CLAIM NOTED. <br />was filed with the City Clerk relative to an accident of Stuart Johnson which <br />allegedly occurred during an Edina Park & Recreation Department activity. <br />matter has been referred to the insurance company and to the City Attorney. <br />Council was advised‘of Notice of Claim which <br />The <br />DKDZXTANCE NO. 811-A79 SECON3 READING CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 2, 1976. As requested - <br />by Nr. Arnold Langberg, owner of the Grimes property, Councilwoman Schmidt.’s motion <br />was seconded by Councilman Richards, continuing Second Reading of Ordinance No. <br />811-A79 to October 2, 1976. <br />Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw, Van Valkenburg * <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. ... <br />ElIl4WESOTA HOUSING FIKANCE AGENCY CONTMCT APPROVED. Mr. Luce recalled that Council <br />had authorized the City Manager to make application to the $tate of Elinnesota for <br />$30,900 which would be used to redevelop homes which are occupied primarily by the <br />elderly. <br />eligible improveinents which he ranked in order of priority as 1) improvements cor- <br />recting defects or deficiencies affecting health and safety; 2) energy efficiency <br />improvements; 3) improvements resulting in improved habitability; 4) other perman- <br />ent improvements. <br />census data on population, age and income) and that recommendations wculd be made <br />to Council on September 13 as to the grant recipients. <br />Councilman Courtney’s motion approving the calendar for the progrzm and the recom- <br />mended ranking for eligible improvements and authorizing the City Manager to <br />execute the standard contract with the llinnesota busing Finance Agency was sec- <br />onded by Councilwoman Schmidt. <br />He presented a calendar for implementing the program along with a list o€ <br />He advised that the City would receive $28,500 <based on 1970 <br />As recommended by Mr. Luce, . <br />Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shax, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />$10 t ion carried. <br />CC”LTY HEALTH SERVICES ACT HEARING COP;I1)lJCTED. Council-wiiman Schmidt advised that <br />this meting had been called specially to provide a public forum so the citizens of <br />Edina could identify the public health needs of the community in response to the <br />Cornunity Health Services Act which was passed by the Minnesota State Legislature <br />fn 1976. <br />integrated system of community health services under local administration with <br />a system of state guidelines and standards. <br />Hennepin County is looking now to the individual cities for their identification <br />of their health needs and their priority of these needs to enable the County to <br />xi-ite its preliminary plan. Councilwoman Schmidt introduced Iliss Donna Anderson <br />of the Hennepin County Office of Planning and Development, Mr. Phil Xiveness, Dir- <br />ector of the South Hennepin Human Services Council and a member of the ad hoc <br />task force set up 5y the County to aid in the implementation of the county-w-lde <br />cornunity health services planning process, Mr. Kenneth Esse who is the City Sani- <br />tarian and-is servigg on the County Environmental Health Services Task Force, <br />She advised that the purpose of the act is to develop and maintain an <br />Councilwoman Schmidt said that