<br />OF TIIE SI'ECIAL PIEETING OF THE
<br />DECEMBER 27, 1979
<br />ED3.NA CITY COUNCIL kII%D AT CITY HALL
<br />5:OO PA.
<br />Pursuant to due notice given, the Edi.na City Council met in special session in the
<br />City Hall Conference room at 5:OO p.m.
<br />Courtney, Richards , Schmidt and Mayor Van Valkenburg.
<br />Answering rollcall were members Bredesen,
<br />KMERICDJA STATE BANI< PLEDGE AGREEMENT ACCEPTED. As recommended by Mr. Dalen,
<br />Councilman Courtney offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
<br />RESOLUTION APPROVING ASSIGWENT OF SEC.URITIES
<br />IN LIEU OF BOND
<br />' (AMERICANA STATE BAhX)
<br />BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, approve
<br />the assignment by its depository, the Americana State Bank of Ediiza, Minnesota,
<br />of the following securities as good and sufficient collateral for the Public
<br />Funds of the City of Edina deposited at said depository:
<br />South St. Paul, Mi?.
<br />2 11/87
<br />Par Value
<br />$100,000 .oo
<br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt.
<br />Rollcall :
<br />Ayes : Bredesen, Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Van Valkenburg -
<br />Nays: None
<br />Motion carried.
<br />STREET SANDING DISCUSSED. In response to a question of Councilwoman Schmidt, Mr.
<br />Rosland advised that he had not believed that road conditions warranted ca1lLn.g
<br />Public Works employees to work on Christmas Eve.
<br />called out to plow the stxeets on Christmas morning.
<br />He explained that the crews were
<br />No action was taken.
<br />LAKE COR?7ELIA WALKING PATHS DISCUSSED. Councilwoman Schmidt advised that she had
<br />received complaints about the condition of the walking paths around Lake Cornelia
<br />and asked Mr. Rosland to take some action to alleviate the dirty conditions
<br />caused by the ducks in the area.
<br />have the problein corrected. No formal action was taken.
<br />BUEYAX GOLF COiTT,SE PXO SEOP DISC'JSSED.
<br />the choice of. a new pro for Braemar Golf Course, along with consideration of the
<br />type of merchandising for the Pro Shop.
<br />Mr. Rosland said that he would do his best to
<br />Gzneral diScuSSlGn was held in regard to
<br />No formal action was taken. .-
<br />CLAILJlS PAID.
<br />for payment of the following claims as per the year end ??re-Llst:
<br />$91,833.48; Revenue Sharing, $225,000.00; Park Fund, $2,305.46; Art Center,
<br />$494.25; Park Construction, $9,110.45; Golf Course, $755.29; Arena, $2,357.47;
<br />Gun Range, $34.93; Water Fund, $6,081.54; Sewer Fund, $955.93; Liquor Fund,
<br />$88 , 79 1.64 ; Construction, $389 .OO ; To tal, $428,109.44.
<br />lb tion of Councilman Bredesen was seconded by Councilman Richards
<br />General Fund,
<br />Ayes : Bredesen, Courtney, Richards, Schmidt, Van Valkenburg
<br />Nays: None
<br />Mot ion carried.
<br />No further business appearing, Councilman Courtney's motion for adjournment was
<br />seconded by Councilman Bredesen. Adjournment at 5 :30 p .m.
<br />City Clerk