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298 MINUTES <br />OF TKE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />DECEMBER 7 , 1981 <br />Answering rollcall were members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor <br />Courtney . <br />MINUTES of November 16, 1981, were approved as submitted by motion of Member <br />Schmidt, seconded by Member Turner. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney, Motion carried. <br />DOROTHY DUNN HONORED UPON HER RETIREMENT; <br />Mayor read the following resolution which was unanimously adopted : <br />*. *RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION <br />WHEREAS, lfrs. Dorothy C. Dunn has served the Hennepin County L5brary System <br />since 1963; and <br />WHEREAS, since 1967, Dorothy Dunn has served the then Village of Edina as Prin- <br />cipal Librarian in the old Library Building from which she supervised its move <br />to the new Edina Cobunity Library in September, 1968; and <br />TJHEREAS, in 1979, while continuing as Principal Librarian at the Edina Commun- <br />ity Library, Dorothy Dum's responsibilities were expanded to head the Eden <br />Prairie Community Library; and <br />ITSEREAS, Dorothy Dunn has served as a member of the Edina Bicentennial,Commis- <br />sion, as a Charter Member of the'Edina Historical Sodiety and has Korked closely <br />with the Friends of the Edina Library, endearing herself to all with whom she <br />served; and <br />WHEREAS, Dorothy Dunn has been honored professionally by being named Coordinator <br />of the entire Friends Council and Friends Groups for all of Hennepin County and <br />is nationally known for the manual which she prepared for Friends of the Library <br />groups; and <br />WHEREAS, when she retires from her position with the Hennepin County Library on <br />December 31, 1981, Dorothy Dunn will be sorely missed by her many friends and <br />associates ; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Edina City Council that Sunday, December <br />13, 1981, be and is hereby designated as <br />DOROTHY DU" DAY <br />in the City of Edina; and <br />BE IT mmTHER RESOLVED that the sincere appreciation of this Council be extended <br />to Mrs. Dorothy C. Dunn for all that she has done for the residents of the <br />City of Edina. <br />DOROTHY DUNN DAY DESIGNATED. The <br />BETTY AND RONALD HEMSTAD HONORED FOR EDINAMITE BENEFIT SUCCESS. <br />the following resolution which was unanimously adopted: <br />The Mayor read <br />RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION <br />WHEREAS. Mr. and Hrs. Ronald B. Hemstad were Co-Chairmen of the second annual <br />Edinamiie Benefit which was held at Southdale Center on November 7, 1981; and <br />T?HERFAS, the Benefit was attended by over 1,100 people who treinendously enjoyed <br />the entertainment, the silent auction, the delectible dinner and the enjoyable <br />dancing music; and <br />WHEREAS, with members of their committee, Betty and Ron Hemstad spent untold <br />hours planning and working for the success of the Benefit; and <br />IJHEREAS, the Edinamite Benefit was a gala affair, with over $25,000 being raised <br />for the benefit of the Edina Foundation and of all residents of Edina; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Edina City Council that sincere thanks be <br />extended on behalf of the community as a whole to <br />BETTY AND RONALD HEMSTAD <br />Tor thd outstanding success of the Edinadte Benefit which was brought about by <br />their foresight in planning the event; and <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution be spread upon the pages of the <br />Miautes Book of the Edina City Council and that an appropriate COPY be Presented <br />to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Hemstad. <br />HALEK 6TH ADDITION (FORMERf,Y'H&,ECR 2ND ADDITION PLAT AND ZONING CONTINUED. <br />Hughes presented Halek 6th Addition for final plat approval, advising that <br />since the meeting of November 16, 1981, at which prelimi-nary plat and First <br />Reading for R-2 zoning had been approved, the name of the plat had been changed <br />from Haleck 2nd Addition to Haleck 6th Addition. He recalled also that zoning <br />and plat approyd had been subject to the following conditions: <br />ing be conditioned on final plat approval; and 2) That filial plat approval is <br />conditioned on receipt of an executed Developer's Agreement; and 3) That asubdf- <br />vision dedication be made. Nr. David Kirsck, representing the developer, said that <br />he had met with neightbors to explain the size and cost of the units and that <br />the developer has agreed to certain grading changes requested by neighbors. <br />Thomas NcNamee, 6112 Arctic Way, said that residents were pleased with the new <br />proposals but that they are still concerned about screening and asked that <br />I Hr. <br />:. , <br />1) That rezon- <br />Mr-