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<br />. MINUTES 1 - ' 2.e
<br />' '* EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL- I+
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<br />OF THE KEGULAR XZETING OF THE .3r
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<br />Answering rollcsfl were members Bredesen, Courtney, Richards , Schmidt and Nayor
<br />Vm Valkenburg.
<br />MINUTES of April 16, 1979, were approved as submitted by motion' of CouncilwoA
<br />Schm2dt , secon2ed by Councilman Courtney.
<br />LDrcsent also pias Mr. Honer Kinney of the.Advisory Health Co&&ttee.
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<br />Ayes: Bredesen, Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Van Valicenburg .I
<br />Nays: Eone .E*.
<br />,MotiGn carried. I' .+
<br />BOY SCOUT TROOPS R3ICOGNIZED.
<br />fro= Good Samaritarr Church and Troop 196 from Diamond Lake Lutheran Church to the
<br />Mayor Van Vzllcenburg welcomed Boy ScoutXTroop 68*
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<br />RQBEXT ?I- BAHNEbfAH RECOGNIZED BY COUNCIL.
<br />Robert X. Bahnemn a reproduction of the Erlina Seal which Mr. Bahneman had carved
<br />and ichich he had presented to the City.
<br />- and commended for his outstznding work in carving the seal.
<br />"kSPECT FOR ' MI? WEEK'' PSOCLkMED.
<br />Mayor Van Valkenburg presented to Nr.
<br />Nr. Bahneman was thanked by the Council
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<br />Mayor Van Valkenburg issued the followjng pro-
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<br />-,lmEREAs, crime and its effect upon the lives and property of our citizens continue
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<br />u-dirr;irrished, despite efforts by government, citizens' organizations and my
<br />individuals; and
<br />'I@EREL4S, the problsms of-crime touch and affect all segments of our society, under-
<br />,prkirig md erocting the moral and economic strength of our communities,and the.ir
<br />cftfzens; and t.
<br />'IZdE?EAS, there is still a reluctance on the part of many citizens to'knvolve
<br />1 rshemselves in actions to insure the protection, rights and well being of their,
<br />I , .f f ellqw, citizens ; 2nd
<br />fpXEAS, Optimist clubs md their members continue to sponsor and suppor,t program
<br />a%ned at coz5attirrg crime, ani! disrespect for law through year-roud efforts;,.,.
<br />RW, TEEREWP', BE IT RZSOLVED that I, James Van Valkenburg, Mayor of the. City, of
<br />Edina, $0 proclah the veek of May 1-7, 1979, as
<br />,$ 1 P IiESPECT FOR LPJJ WEEK
<br />, .=n$ askrail citizens of.the City of Edina to join with the Optimkts in cayrying - qik -nesszge ,of respect cfor law t3 other citizens, and by example, exercise
<br />. rc.5:pon.sZd.e c?tizenship .
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<br />,- --- i STOI'X S~V~Z .WROVBiENT NC, ST.S-161 APPROVED. __ * .-hearkg ~cra Storia Sexer Improvement NO. P-ST.S-161 ha2 been continued from the;
<br />*-. wr - Comcil. Xeetir-g -of April 16, 1979, so that results of the televisim of the. pipes
<br />.,;.could be stndied.
<br />Nr. Hoffman recalled that- thg public
<br />Xr. -doffma advised that SKI blockages exist in the pipes, -i.r - w@+ would. cause ssweragz hackLvs and reconmended the construction of Revi.e@r - Altem&e C xhich would provide for retention of water on the sckcol property..&
<br />Under -Nternste C, storin water pipes would..be installed in Tower Street between
<br />'I~qod&alr_s and St. Johns Avenues and in Wooddale Avenue from Tower Street to inter-
<br />The project also would .tacludg,back
<br />,$ard pipibg as jequested by owners of property with particular grobl6ms.
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<br />~ cept wZqh a large pipe to Ennehaha Creek.
<br />% ma^; said that the assessment district would be more clossly defined if theipro.ject
<br />. 'propssed to be assessed at an estimated ,$.0358 per square foot.
<br />is approved and' recornended that, before the assessment hearing, extFaord$n,ayy.
<br />assesperts bie recornended f 6r certain specially benefited areas. qost of. t1nk '
<br />rGcomeoded project (gevised Alternate C) was given by Kr. Hoffmzn at $325;438,
<br />called to a letter fram Dr. Dpald I. Pi-or, Assistani: Superintelident for-Busiiiess
<br />Servicgs Services for Zdina School Distric'; 273, proposing that a r'iqn sych'a?
<br />Brauelr lssocia-ies be einployd to represent thc interests of the Schop'lL District
<br />.and Kto consul: with the City Engineering" Department on the design anC spebifica-
<br />iions hr hthe work -io be done 011 their property. A letter &xpresainG bpposition
<br />to the im2rovemer,t fron IJr. and Mrs. John E. Gadey was also noted. Councflman
<br />Rr;c@ards saiii that he still is not convinced that the proposed-improvemedc.%ilZ
<br />heI?-the Tower Strzei sanitary sewer bgckup problehs.
<br />of CouncilmaT? Richzrds, City Attorney Erickson said that he did not -2hinlc.5.t wbdd
<br />until a 12,ter ditr, Speakkg 5~ favcr QE the inprovenent were Els. Mikrgzret: .Bran&
<br />e+&rg, 5813 iishcro5t iive:, '2nd ~r: Ro5ei-t ~ee~~e.r, 5805 Concord Ave. J In res?onse
<br />tc conmats 'iwdz in +ospGsitimi to, th& -hprovzmer,t by Mr. 'Mich&el44. Jones 'axid" Er.
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<br />'b-2 legzl to Order the 2ntire'improvement a& postpone the Tower Stree't pbrt4bn-
<br />t *;- lic?m& fci?r,ey, butl: of Oak* DrZ$@, 12&o su&e3Btedtthat the improvement be paid, fwin
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