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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />MAY 15, 1978 1 <br />Answering rol-lcaii were members Courtney, Rkhards, ScImidt , Shaw and Nayor .Vas <br />Valkenburg . <br />MXNUTES of April 17, 1978; were approved as submitted by motion of Councilman <br />Courtney, seconded by Councilman Shaw. <br />Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />Motion adopted. <br />THOMAS BEAVER, PATRICK HALEY AND JAMES HURLN RECOGNIZED. Councilman Shaw <br />offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />WHEREAS, Patrick Haley and James Hurley learned Cardio-Pulnonary Resuscitation <br />fromMr. John Olsen's Health Class at Edina West Upper Division during the school <br />year 1975-76; and <br />WHERXAS, at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Fridsy, April 14, 1978, Messrs Haley and <br />Hurley, along with Edina golf Coach Thomas Beaver, were at Braemar Golf Course <br />when long-time Edina resident, Mr. Frank E. Garrison, 4420 Garrison Lane, suffered <br />a cardiac arrest; and <br />TEEREAS, Messrs. Beaver, Haley and Hurley, realizing the seriousness of the situ- <br />ation, immediately responded by initiating "CPR", a 12feZsustaining procedure; <br />and <br />WHEREAS, because of Messrs. Beaver, Haley and Hurley's alert and prompt reaction <br />to this emergency situation, Mr. Garrison was kept alive until Edina Paramedics <br />arrived and took over; <br />WOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Edina City Council does hereby commend <br />MESSRS. THOMAS BEAVER, PATRICK HALEY AND JAMES IN <br />for their attentive and effecient action in saving this citizens life. <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt. <br />RESOLUTION OF CONGRATULATIONS ' <br />. <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw, Van Valkenburg <br />Nays: None <br />Resolution adopted. <br />MUNICIPAL CLERK'S WEEK PROCLAINED. <br />proclamation: <br />iJHEREAS, the success of any unit.of government is measured bythedirect proportion <br />to its ability the need.s of its people; and <br />IHEREAS, it is imperative to our citizenry that municipal government operate in an.! <br />orderly and efficient manner; and <br />l.JHEREAS, Bfunicipal Clerks' accurate recording, careful safeguarding and prompt . <br />retrieval of public records <br />of municipal government; and <br />WHEREAS, the Municipal Clerks undertake a variety of adniiiiistrative, financial <br />informational and human services which are vital to an effective and responsible gov- <br />ernment at the local level; and <br />TJE-FFREAS, Municipal Clerks strive continually to improve the administration of <br />their office, consistent with applicable laws and state management, in orders. <br />to fulfill their responsibiilities to the community; and <br />WHEREAS, Nunicipal Clerks are dedicating themselves to pursue training and pro- <br />fessional education which will expand their knowledge and their awareness of the <br />nesds of their local governments and their decisiom; <br />NOW,=TEiEREFORE, I, James Van Valkenburg, do'hereby proclaim the week of May 14 <br />through Hay 20, 1978, qs Municipal Clerk's Week in recognition of the vital ser?'. <br />vices they perform and their outstanding dedication to the communities they <br />represent, and especially to FLORENCE B. HALLBERG, Edina City Clerk. <br />Motion confirming the adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilman- Shaw. <br />Maynr Van Valkenburg issued the following <br />PROCLAMTION- <br />* <br />are essential to the efficient day-to-day functioning <br />I Ayes: Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Shaw, Van Valkenburg <br />Xvs: None <br />proclamation adopted. <br />ORDINANCE NO. 811-Al18 ADOPTED ON SECOND READING. Mr. Hughes recalled that First <br />Reading for R-2 Residential District zoning for property owned by Mr: Kenneth Lannto <br />located South of Benton Ave. and West of the NN&S Railroad tracks had been granted <br />on May 1, 1978, and responded to Council's questions regarding the zoning adjacent <br />to the property in question, Mr,,Martin Pelderman, 5517 Grove St., recalled that <br />some 55 persons had signed a petition in opposition to the proposed zoning. <br />neth Lannto, 5705 Grove St., the petitioner, said that signers of the petition are <br />only objecting to the propwal in principle and pointed out that immediate neighbors <br />Efr. Ken-