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.. - .. <br />9 119179 <br />transportation, health services for senior citizens, investigate methods of <br />procuring health funds and as the staff representative and secretary to the Human <br />Relations Commission. Mr. O'Connell said that he would like to see a job <br />description developed for Ms. Smith and also urged that Mr. Sylvester cantinu&.-. <br />to be retained for his assistance in the Affirmative Action program. Additional <br />information will be available to the Council by September 24, 1979, from Rich- <br />ard Maloney and also information in regard to Store Front. <br />present to respond again to questions relative to the Public Works budget. <br />Rosland reviewed a proposal to establish a depreciation schedule for large <br />equipment. Chief Swanson, Mr. Rosland and Mr. Dalen discussed the possibility <br />of adding three Community Service Officers who would relieve Police officers of <br />some detail work. Discussion was also had regarding areas in which Senior <br />Police Reserve Officers could assist in training for POST (Police Officers <br />Standard Training) and also assist with Civil Defense duties. <br />explained that he would like to see cross-training of fire fighters and inspectors <br />and also recommended the possible addition of five fire fighters. The need to <br />establish a replacement fund for a new pumper, aerial Ladder and ambulance was <br />also discussed, along with the possibility of charging for ambulance calls. <br />Bahneman responded to questions on tlie Building Inspections budget. <br />was present to discuss requests' of-.the Dark and Recreation Department. <br />Mr. Hoffman was <br />Mr. <br />Chief Buresh <br />Mr. <br />Mr. Kojetin <br />The meeting was adjourned at 8:OO p.m. and continued until September 25, 1979, <br />at 4:OO p.m. in the Conference Room. <br />&. L,? $h&+?-#?& City Clerk <br />MINUTES OF SPECIAL BUDGET MEETING <br />SEPTEMBER 25, 1979 <br />OF THE EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />4:OO P.M. <br />Answering rollcall were members Bredesen, Courtney, Richards, Schmidt and Mayor <br />Van Valkenburg. The Mayor called Council'a attention to a schedule of adjust- <br />ments to the proposed 1980 Budget, advising that he had recommended an increase <br />in building permit fees and ambulance charges which increases were reflected in <br />the adjustment schedule. The 1980 Budget as revised would produce an increase <br />of 1.28% of total taxes levied for 1979, or an increase in the City mill rate of <br />.829%. <br />ered the possibility of requiring periodic medical examinations for department <br />heads and other City personnel. <br />understanding that finalization of the plan will be discussed further. There <br />was considerable discussion as to the philosphy of setting salaries. Councilman <br />Richards asked the Mayor to add that matter to his "Think List". The concept of <br />Community Service Officers was discussed. Councilman Richards' motion was then <br />seconded by Councilman Bredesen for the adoption of the following Budget Resolu- <br />tion, with the understanding that there is concern about the continuing escala- <br />tion of employees' salaries: <br />The revised budget reflected a mill rate of 9.875. The Council consid- <br />The allocation was left in the budget with the <br />RESOLUTION ADOPTING BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF EDINA FOR THE YEAR 1980, <br />AND ESTABLISHING TAX LEVY FOR THE YEAR 1979 PAYABLE IN 1980 <br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EDINA, MINNESOTA, DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: <br />Section 1. The Budget for the City of Edina for the calendar year 1980 is <br />hereby adopted as hereinafter set forth; and funds are hereby appropriated <br />theref or : <br />GENERAL FUND <br />GENERAL GOVERNMENT <br />Mayor and Council <br />Planning <br />Admini st r at ion <br />Finance <br />Elect ion <br />As ses sing <br />Legal and Court Services <br />TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT <br />PUBLIC WORKS <br />Admini s t rat ion <br />En gin ee ring <br />Highway s <br />TOZU: PUBLIC WORKS <br />PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY <br />Police <br />Fire <br />$ . 3&,,9k0 <br />88,418 <br />193,527. <br />143,498 <br />33,101 <br />139 , 190 <br />90,500 <br />$ 723,174 <br />$ 54,021 <br />212,766 <br />1,526,512 <br />$1,793,299 <br />$1 , 672 , 399 <br />998,598 <br />Civilian Defense 10,191