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163) <br />MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />JUNE 6, 1977 <br />7:OO P.M. <br />Answering rollcall were members Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw and Mayor <br />Van Valkenburg . <br />MINUTES of May 16, 1977, were approved as presented by motion of Councilman Court- <br />ney, seconded by Councilman Shaw. <br />Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />Motiorz carried. <br />RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE ADOPTED. <br />lutions of Condolence which were unanimously adopted: <br />RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE FOR JOHN W. WINDHORST, SR. <br />WHEREAS, as a long-time resident of the City of Edina, John W. Windhorst, Sr., <br />has been well known in the activities of the community and a leader in the local <br />political scene; and <br />WHEREAS, over the years, John W. Windhorst served as a founder and President of <br />the Citizens' League, as President of the Citizens' Organization for Responsible <br />Government, as Board Chairman of the Minnesota Orchestral Association from 1974 <br />to 1976, as President of the Minneapolis Club in 1971, and as a member of the <br />Edina Governmental Commission; and <br />WHEREAS, as a leader of the Colonial Church of Edina and as Board Chairman of the <br />Minnesota Conference of the United Church of Christ'from 1964 to 1969, John W. <br />Windhorst, Sr., contributed generously of his vast wisdom and expertise; and <br />WHEREAS, from 1950 to 1957, John W. Windhorst, Sr., as a menber of the law firm <br />known today as Dorsey,.Windhorst, Hannaford, Whitney and Halladay of which he was <br />later to become a senior partner, John W. Windhorst, Sr., served as Attorney for <br />the Village of Edizla, providing the Council with sage advice during the'formative <br />years of the Village; and <br />WHEREAS, John W. Windhorst, Sr., passed away on May 3, 1977, at the age of 64; , <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Edina City Council does hereby express <br />its most sincere sympathy to the family of <br />AND.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution be spread upon the pages of the <br />Minutes Book of the Edina City Council and that appropriate copies be transmitted <br />to Mrs. Windhorst and to John W. Windhorst, Jr., and to D-r. Peter Windhorst. <br />Mayor Van Valkenburg read the following Reso- <br />JOHN W. WINDHORST, SR. <br />RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE FOR WELLINGTON 'N. "BUD" DICKSON <br />WHEREAS, Wellington N. llBud'l Dickson was a long time resident of the City of <br />Edina; and <br />WHEREAS, Wellington N. "Bud" Dickson was held in high estet98 by all who knew him <br />and who were aware of his many civic interests; and <br />WHEREAS, over the years, Wellington N. "Bud" Dickson served his fellow man as <br />President of the Minneapolis Rotary Club in 1947, as President of the Minne- <br />apolis Aquatennial in 1949, as President of the Viking Boy Scout Council in 1965, <br />and as head of the Minneapolis Better Business Bureau; and <br />WHEREAS, Wellington N. "Bud" Dickson was active on the political scene as a member <br />of the Edina Good Government Group; and <br />WHEREAS, Wellington N. "Bud" Dickson served two terms as a member of the Edina <br />Village Council from January 1, 1957, to January 1, 1963; and <br />WHEREAS, Wellington N. "B;d" Dickson passed away on May 4, 1977, at the age of <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Edina City Council does hereby express <br />its most sincere condolences to the family of <br />at this time of bereavement; and <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT a copy of this Resolution be spread upon the pages of <br />the Minutes Book of the Edina City Council and that suitable copies be presented <br />to Mrs. Dickson and to William R. Dickson and to Wellington N. Dickson, Jr. <br />FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCE NO. 815 READOPTED AS AMENDED. Affidavits of Notice were <br />presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Mr. Hughes <br />advised that the City Attorney has recommended the readoption of the Flood Plain <br />Ordinance as amendgd so that notice could be sent to all property owners within 350 <br />feet of the Flood Plain and reviewed the Flood Plain Ordinance, <br />that the Federal Government is now in the process of making a re-study to deter- <br />mine if the existing flood hazard ordinance is accwate. <br />question <br />approximately one-third of the Miznehaha Creek corridor. <br />73; <br />WELLINGTON N . "BUD" DICKSON <br />He explained <br />In response to a <br />Mr. Hughes also clari- <br />of Councilman Courtney, he explained that the public has access to <br />I