<br />OF THE REGELAR MEETING OF THE
<br />ELSLNA CITY C0I;"iiCIL HELD AT CITY IULL
<br />1 . SEPrnBraigr, _l.g-, ' 1979.
<br />Answering rollcall were membei-s Bredesen, Courtney, Richards , Schmidt and Nayor
<br />Van Valkenburg.
<br />ment and Planning Commission, Mr. Vern Moss from the Advisory Health Committee,
<br />and Messrs. Tom Oye, Arthur Ruden, Raymond O'Connell and Hrs. Leslie Turner of
<br />the Humarz Relations Commission.
<br />Present also were Mrs. Helen McClelland of the Community Develop-
<br />MINUTES of August 20, 1979, were approved as presented by motion of Councilwoman
<br />Schmidt, seconded by Councilman Bredesen.
<br />Ayes: Bredesen, Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Van Valkenburg
<br />Nays: Xone I Motion carried.
<br />EDIKA WOMEN'S SOFTBALL TEAM CONTRATULATED.
<br />ing Resolution of Congratulations :
<br />WHEREAS, during the 1979 Edina Adult Slo-Pitch Softball Season, seventeen young
<br />ladies of the Edina Women's Softball Team, sponsored by County Seat, under the
<br />able direction of Coach Dennis Wuebker, have continued to exemplify the highest
<br />goals of good sportsmanship and outstanding proficiency; and
<br />WHEWS, the team efforts have been rewarded by winning the Edina Women's Play-
<br />offs Championship and also the BB Waxen's State Tournament; and
<br />WHEREAS, during this past softball season, these young ladies have represented
<br />Edina in the highest manner;
<br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and City Council that the outstanding
<br />accomplishments of the County Seat Softball Team deserve the sincere gratitude
<br />of the citizeniy of Edina for the exemplary manner in which the team has conducted
<br />itself and for the great credit the team has brought to the community; and
<br />BE .IT FURTHER RESOLVED that appropriate copies of this resolution be presented to
<br />Paula Buie, Mary Jo Colleral, Diane Friede, Karen Hopkins, Lisa Hopkins, Donna
<br />Kolzow, Karen Kolzow, Gretchen Larson, Kari Lee, Lori Lemieux, Ann McBurney,
<br />Barb Moeller, Lisa Nelson, Val Spann, Lynn Spelman, Deaise Vesper, Lisa Wuebker,
<br />and to Coach Dennis Wuebker.
<br />Mayor Van Valkenburg read the follow-
<br />F3SOLUTION OF CONGRATULATIONS
<br />CONSTITUTION WEEK PXOCLAMATIOE ISSTJED.
<br />proclamation :
<br />CONSTITUTION WEEK PRO CLAMAT ION
<br />WHEREAS, SeptemSer 17, 1979, marks the one hundred ninety-second anniversary of
<br />the adoption of the Constitution of the United States of Amrica by the Constitu-
<br />tional Convention; and
<br />WHEREPS, to accord official recognition to this memorable anniversary, and to
<br />the patriotic exercise that will form a noteworthy feature of the occasion, seems
<br />fitting and proper; and
<br />WHEREAS, Public Law No. 915 guarantees the issuing of a proclamation each year by
<br />the President of the United States of America designating September 17 through
<br />23 as Constitution Week;
<br />NOW, THEREFORE, I, JAMES VAN VALKZNBTJZJ,G, by virtue of the authority vested in me
<br />as Mayor of tIrs City of Edina, in the State of Miniiesota,.do hereby proclaim the
<br />week of Septexber 17 through 23, 1979, as
<br />fn the City of Edina, and urge all our citizens to pay special attention during
<br />that week to our Pederel Constitution and the advantages of American Citizenship.
<br />Mayor Vm Valkeiiburg issued the following
<br />CONSTITUTION WEEK
<br />- l5"30 BUDGET PRESENTED.
<br />as required by law.
<br />Of the Council would be held on Septeder 13, 1973, at 4:OO p.m. in the City Hall
<br />Conference Room and that the public is invited. No foml action was taken.
<br />Mr. Dalen presented the proposed I980 Budget to the Council
<br />>fayor Van Valkeilburg announced that the first working session
<br />DON BERG CONS'T2,UCTION COI.IPI"Y VLAT AND PFa-2 ZOIJING REQbTST CONTINUED TO NEXT
<br />to PRD-2 for property located Xorrh of the Crosstown Xighdzy znd West of the MN&S
<br />b:i.lroac! tracks had bccn contfnucd from August 20, 1979, so that the staff could
<br />prepare f5nSings for Council's review. Mr. Berg took issue with the Council Min-
<br />utes of July 16: 1979, which stated that Mr. Berg withdrew his request for two
<br />four unit buildings and said that he would submit lower density plans for the
<br />site .o the Cornunity Developnent and Planning Commission". that his ixtilat had been only to gain rime to have the other prints prepared. In
<br />response to Mr. Bei-g's objecrion chat residents objecting to his proposal did not
<br />live within SO0 feet of the sd~ject property, the Mayor explairred that, while the
<br />City is required to send notices to all property owners xithin 500 feet, there are no restricttons as to who speaks before the Council.
<br />Ek. Buglies recalled thzt the petition of 1lr. Don Berg for a rezcjning
<br />Mr. Berg sai'd
<br />Mr. Berg showed drawings