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MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />JUNE 7, 1982 <br />97 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Richards, Schmidt, Turncr and Nayor <br />Courtney . <br />STOREFRONT/YOUTH ACTION WEEK DECLARED. <br />which was moved by Member Schmidt, seconded by Member Turner and unanimously <br />carried : <br />The Mayor issued the following resolution <br />RESOLUTION <br />WHEREAS, Storefront/Youth Action, Inc., provides counseling, education and <br />prevention programs to Edina youth and their families who are experiencing problems <br />with chemicals, delinquent behavior, family communication and other youth related I issues; and <br />I\ c9 a3 0 m a <br />WHEREAS, StorefrontlYouth Action has developed model programs such as the Property <br />Offender Program, the Chemical Prevention Program, the Project CHarlie Drug <br />Abuse Prevention Program and the Adolescent Victim Counseling Program, with these <br />programs having been duplicated in other communities'in the state and, indeed, <br />throughout the country; and <br />WHEREAS, Storefront/Youth Action has helped thousands of Edina residents during <br />its ten years of operation; and <br />WHEREAS, the Edina City Council has provided continuing financial support since <br />the origin of Storefront/Youth Action in 1972; and <br />WHEREAS, Storefront/Youth Action is now conducting its first Annual Fund Raising <br />Campaign from June 3 through June 25, 1982, in an effort to raise funds from the <br />community in order to maintain its current level of services; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Edina City Council does hereby declare <br />the week of June 6 through June 12, 1982, to be <br />in the City of Edina; and <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Edina City Council does strongly endorse the pro- <br />grams of Storefront/Youth Action and does urge its citizens to support this fund <br />raising campaign. <br />STOREFRONT/YOUTH ACTION WEEK <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS CONDUCTED ON PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. Affidavits of Notice were pre- <br />sented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. Due notice hav- <br />ing been given, public hearings were conducted and action taken as hereinafter I <br />recorded : <br />A. PERMANENT STREET SURFACING AND CONCRETE. CURB AXD GUTTER IMPROVEMENT NO. P-BA-255 <br />(S .A.P. 120-156-02) IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Cahill Road from Amundson Drive to 300 feet South <br />Cahill Road from W. 70th Street to W. 78th Street (West Side) <br />B. SIDETJALK IMPROVEMENT NO. P-S-32 IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Improvements under A and B above affecting the same properties, hearings <br />conducted concurrently. Mr. Rosland presented total estimated construction cost <br />for Improvement No. P-BA-255 at $42,878.05, proposed to be assessed against 580.76 <br />assessable feet at an estimated cost of $73.83 per foot. He presented total esti- <br />mated construction cost for Improvement No. 5-32 at $71,610.56, which amount is to <br />be paid by State Aid. In response to a question from'Mr. John Ray, 7520 Cahill <br />Road, Mr. Hoffman said that the sidewalk would be five .feet .back from the curb but <br />would meander so as to leave the trees. The Editor of the Windwood Paper urged <br />that the sidewalk be constructed on the East side of the street so as to retain <br />the rustic atmosphere of the area. Mr. Robert Keckhafer, 7500 Cahill Road, said <br />that he favors the sidewalk but asked that the trees be left between his unit and <br />the street. No further discussion was heard. (See Resolution Ordering Improve- <br />ments later in Minutes.) <br />were <br />C. STREET LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT NO. P-L-23 IN THE FOLLOWING: <br />Knoll Drive from Schaefer Road to Parkwood Road <br />Mr. Rosland presented total estimated construction cost of $2,400.94, proposed to <br />be assessed against ten lots at a cost-of $240.09 per assessable lot. Advising <br />that this improvement is being brought to hearing as the result of the receipt of <br />the request of six petitioners, Mr. Hoffman explained the proposed system and <br />advised that the lights will be owned and maintained by Northern States Power Co. . <br />He advised Mr. A. L. Remington, 5505 Knoll Drive that the lights could be <br />cern that the back yards are dark, and said that the lights are needed in the back <br />yards rather than in the streets. Speaking in favor of the improvement were Mmes. <br />Phyllis Caldwell, 5512 Knoll Dr., and Carol Denny, 5513 Knoll Dr. Mr. Remington <br />suggested that residents could install their own lighting fixture. No further <br />discussion being heard, Member Turner's motion forccnstruction of the improvement <br />was seconded by Member Richards. (See Resolution Ordering Improvement later in <br />Minutes .) <br />. installed closer to the corner than indicated. Mr. Remington expressed his con-