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MINUTES <br />OF REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING <br />OF EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />DECEIBER 20, 1982 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor Courtney. <br />MINUTES of December 6, 1982, were approved as submitted by motion of Member <br />Schmidt, seconded by Member Bredesen. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />WAYNE TRACY COMMENDED FOR LONG TIME SERVICE TO CITY. Mr. Rosland commended <br />Mr. Wayne Tracy for his long-time service to Edsna. <br />was named for Mr. Tracy's grandfather and that Mr. Tracy had ridden with his <br />father as a boy, starting full time with the City in 1947. <br />appreciation to Mr. Tracy, Mr. Rosland presented a silver pen.bearing the Edina <br />Logo. Mr. Tracy extended his appreciation to the City Council. No formal <br />action was taken. <br />JOHNSON BUILDING COMPANY ZONING REQUEST CONTINUED INDEFINITELY. <br />reported that Johnson Building Company had requested an indefinite continuance <br />of its rezoning request to PRD-3 for property located at 4600 France Ave. <br />Member Bredesen's motion was seconded by Member Schmidt that the rezoning be <br />continued indefinitely. <br />He recalled that Tracy Ave. <br />As a token of <br />: .I <br />Mr. Hughes <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />CIVIL DEFENSE WARNING SIREN BIDS REJECTED. As recommended by Mr. Rosland, <br />Member Turner's motion rejecting all bids for the Civil Defense Siren and <br />checking specifications before taking new bids was seconded by Member Bredesen. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. I CITY PROPERTIES REFUSE COLLECTION BID AWARDED CONDITIONALLY. Mr. Rosland <br />recalled that award of bid for collection of city properties. refuse had been <br />continued from December 6, 1982, because the only bid submitted was by Quality <br />Waste Control, Inc., (dba Able Sanitatiodin the amount of $31,212.87. He <br />advised that Mr. Velde had checked with other suburbs and had found that the <br />City of Minnetonka, the only other municipality that bid individual container <br />pickup, had received only one bid, while other suburbs had received several bids <br />each. Member Schmidt suggested that it might be more cost effective if the City <br />Qould do its own collection. Mr. John Trulson, owner and president of Able <br />Sanitation, recalled that the last time anyone else bid was in 1979. He said <br />that he had made an error in his bid and had intended only a 5% cost increase <br />which would bring the annual rate to $30,224.34. <br />the Council, Mr.1.Erickson said that it would be all right to move the recepticles <br />to a more convenient pick-up location in order to save money. <br />siderable discussion, Member Bredesen's motion to award at $30,224.34 and to <br />work with Mr. Trulson to see how the cost could be reduced, was seconded by <br />Member Schmidt. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />In response to a question of <br />Following con- <br />REMODELING OF BRAEMAR ARENA AND CORNELIA POOL BATH HOUSE BID AWARDED. Mr. Ros- <br />land presented tabulation of 14 bids received in response to Advertisement for <br />Bids in the Construction Bulletin and the Edina Sun forlremodeling of rest <br />rooms at Braemar Arena and the Cornelia Park Pool Bath House to meet handi- <br />cap specifications. Tabulation of the three low bidders showed Henry 0. Mik- <br />kelson Co. low bidder at $55,800, Kloster Madsen, Inc., second low bidder at <br />$57,698 and ABJ Enterprises, Inc,, at $58,947, against high bid of $105,114 <br />of SL&K Construction Co. Member Turner's motion for award to recommended low <br />bidder, Henry 0. Mikkelson Go., was seconded by Member Schmidt. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Nays: None <br />Motion carried. <br />I <br />PUBLIG HEALTH CONTRACT BIDS REJECTED. Mr. Rosland recalled that award of the <br />Public Health Nursing Contract had been continued from.the Council Meeting of