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Q3 m <br />I <br />I <br />MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />MAY 2, 1977 <br />7:OO P.M, <br />147 <br />Answering rollcall were members Richar.ds, Schmidt, Shaw and Mayor Van Valkenburg. <br />MINUTESofApril 4 and 13, 1977, were approved as submitted by motion of Council- <br />woman Schmidt, seconded by Councilman Shaw. <br />Ayes: Richards, Schmidt, Shaw, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />CHRISTOPHER LARSON RECOGNIZED, <br />Ronald D. Rogers and William E. Lutts who recounted the circumstances sur- <br />rounding the event at which Christopher Larson saved the lite of a patient who , <br />had suffered a cardiac arrest, whereupon Mayor Van Valkenburg read the following <br />resolution for adoption by the Council: <br />WHEREAS, Christopher Larson learned Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation from the <br />Edina Fire Department in a Health Class at Edina East Upper Division during the <br />school year 1975-76; and <br />WHEREAS, on March 4, 1977, Christopher Larson was at the Southdale Medical Build- <br />ing when an elderly gentleman suffered a cardiac arrest; and <br />WHEREAS, Christopher Larson, realizing the seriousness of the situation, immedi- <br />ately put his training to use and commenced applying cardio pulmonary resuscita- <br />tion; and <br />WHEREAS, because of the alert and prompt reaction of Christopher Larson to this <br />emergency situation, the patient was kept alive until Edina Pzramedics arrived <br />and took over; <br />NOW, THEmFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Edina City Council does hereby commend <br />CHRISTOPHER LARSON <br />for his prompt and efficient action in saving this victim's life. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman Richards and <br />unanimously carried. <br />Introduced also were Christopher's mother, Mrs. Roger Larson and his teacher <br />whose idea it was to hzve Cardfo Pulmonary Resuscitation tazlght in her class, <br />Chief Buresh presented Fire Fighters <br />RESOLUTION OF CONGRATULATIONS <br />CITY MANAGER HONORED IN ARTICLE IN MINNEAPOLIS STAR. - Mayor Van Valkenburg con- <br />gratulated'Mr. Hyde on the excellent article written about him in the Minneapolis <br />Star. <br />PETERSON GIRLS WRITTEN UP IN MAY ISSUE OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Mayor Van Valken- <br />burg referred to an article in the May issue of Good Housekeeping magazine con- <br />cerning Barbara and PoPly!Peterson, sisters living in the City of Edina who had <br />won the respective titles of Miss U.S.A. and runner up for Miss Teen Age America, <br />in 1976. <br />- MC CAULEY HEIGHTS 7TH ADDITION PRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL CONTINUED TO M4Y 16, 1977. <br />Mr. Hughes recalled that at the Council Meeting of April 18, 1977, McCauley Heights <br />7th Addition preliminary plat had been continued so that Council would have an <br />opportunity to make personal inspections of the site. <br />ning Commission had recommended denial of the proposed subdividion due to a <br />minimum lake shore frontage, inadequate frontage of lots and elongated lots not <br />capable of supporting development consistent with other development on Arrowhead <br />Lake. He added that, with the development of Outlot A, it would be apparent <br />that homes with access froin McCauley Lane would be required to meet the front <br />street setback from McCauley Lane and that if Mr. McCauley were allowed to con- <br />struct the home on Lot 2 as proposed, it would result in a structure not in keep- <br />ing with other homes in the same vicinity inasmuch as the proposed front street <br />setback would not be maintained. <br />cussions with and letters from Dr. and Mrs. Johnson, owners of adjacent property, <br />who have expressed their opposition to the plat. <br />visited the site and believes that too many variances would be necessary if the <br />site is platted as proposed and recommended that the staff draw findings to be <br />presented at the next meeting. Concurring with the Mayor's comments were members <br />Schmidt, Shaw and Richards, who said that a narrow frontage on the lake would set <br />a dangerous precedent for other public waters. <br />and her husband would be out of town for the next meeting and was told by the <br />Mayor that it should not be necessary for them to attend. Mr. John McCauley, <br />owner of the property under discussion, noted that this plat is almost identical <br />He recalled that the Plan- <br />Mayor Van Valkenburg said that he has had dis- <br />He advised also that he had <br />Mrs. Holly Johnson said that she