<br />OF THE REGULAR IIEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL
<br />. FEBRUARY 2, 1981
<br />Answering rollcall were, members Bredesen, Ricirards , Schmidt , Turner and Mayor I_
<br />I- Courtney.
<br />NAYOR JAMES VAN VALKENBURG RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION ADOPTED. Mayor Courtney
<br />read and presented the following Resolution of Appreciation to liayor James Van
<br />Valkenburg, which resolution was unanimously adopted.
<br />RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION
<br />WHEREAS, James Van Valkenburg has served the residents of the City of Edina as
<br />Councilmsn from 1960 to 1974, during which time he served as Mayor Pro Tem from
<br />1963 to 1974; and
<br />WHEREAS, James Van Valkenburg was elected Mayor of the "Village of Edina" in
<br />1973, and served as the first Playor of the "City of Edina"; and
<br />WHEREAS, over a period of twenty years, as Councilman and Mayor, James Van Val-
<br />kenburg represented and guided the community through the most active years of
<br />residential, commercial, industrial and recreational development; and
<br />IHEREAS, Mayor James Van Valkenburg has further led the City of Edina into an era
<br />of. redevelopment , thus insuring the continued vitality of the City; and
<br />WHEREAS, James Van Vallcenburg is held in high esteem by residents of the City of
<br />Edina, as well as by other members of the City Council and by City employees
<br />alike, and retired as Nayor as of January 1, 1981;
<br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED by the City Council of the City of Edina, Minne-
<br />sota, that Monday, February 16, 1981, be designated as
<br />MAYOR JAMES VAN VALKENBURG DAY
<br />in the City of Edina; and
<br />BE IT FURTHERRESOLVED that the City Hall of the City of Edina be closed for
<br />regular business on that day and that the Edina City Council and all subordinate
<br />Boards and Commissions of the City refrain from meeting on that day in order to
<br />honor and express appreciation and affection to Mayor James Van Vallcenburg
<br />JAYCEE WOMEN WEEK PROCLAIMED.
<br />which proclamation was unanimously adopted:
<br />WHEREAS, the Minnesota Jaycee Women have promoted community service in Minnesota
<br />for 31 years; and
<br />WHEREAS, the Minnesota Jaycee Women is an organization of over 5,000 young w@men
<br />of today in over 260 communities; and
<br />WHEREAS, the Minnesota Jaycee Women shall set aside the week of February 8
<br />through 14, 1981, to educate the community in the areas of on-going projects in
<br />Aid to Retarded Citizens, Accent on Youth, Burn Centers of Minnesota, Community
<br />Service, Medical Health, Prevention of Child Abuse, Ryes Syndrome Research and
<br />Today's Woman; and
<br />WEEREAS , the Minnesota Jaycee Women provide individual development to tomorrow's
<br />leaders; and
<br />WHEREAS, the Edina Jaycee Women are celebrating their twenty-fifth Anniversary
<br />since their founding; and
<br />WHEREAS, their creed states, "May we leave the world a better place because we
<br />lived and served within it";
<br />NO!?, THEREFORE, I, C. Wayne Courtney, Mayor of the City of Edina, do hereby pro-
<br />claim the week of February 8 through 14, 1981, to be
<br />in Edina, Minnesota.
<br />MINUTES of November 3, 1980 and January 5, 1981, were approved as submitted by
<br />motion of Councilman Bredesen, seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt.
<br />Mayor Courtney issued the following proclamation,
<br />JAYCEE WOBEN WEEK
<br />J4YCEE WOli.EN WEEK
<br />Ayes : Bredesen, Richards , Schmidt , Turner, Courtney
<br />Nays: None
<br />$io tion carried.
<br />OICDINANCE NO. 81 1-A144 (SENTINEL NA?UGEMEXT CO .) ZONING OXDINANCE CONTINUED.
<br />As recommended by l4.r. Bernhardson, Councilman Bredesen's motion continuing Sec-
<br />ond Reading of Ordinance No. 8il-Al44 (Sentinel Managemcnt Co .) until February
<br />23, 1981, was seconded by Councilwoman Schmidt.
<br />Ayes : Bredesen , Richards , Schmidt , Turner , Courtney
<br />Nays: None
<br />Notion carried.