<br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA CITY'COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL
<br />MARCH 7, 1983
<br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner an'
<br />Following presentation of the colors by the Moki Camp Fire Group, the Mayor read
<br />the following Proclamation:
<br />WHEREAS, the National Council of Camp Fire has provided a program responding to
<br />the diverse needs and interests of young people for 73 years; and
<br />WHEREAS, Camp Fire is an organization open to all youth, regardless of race,
<br />creed, sex, economic status or national background; and
<br />WHEREAS, the National Council of Camp Fire shall set aside the week of March 13
<br />thru March 20, 1983, as a celebration and shall by various public displays and
<br />recognitions share this celebration with their communities; and
<br />WHEREAS, Camp Fire provides "opportunities for youth to realize their potential
<br />and to function effectively as caring, self-disciplined individuals responsible
<br />to themselves and to others, and as an organization to seek to improve those
<br />conditions in society which affect youth"; and
<br />WHEREAS, Camp Fire is celebrating their 73rd Anniversary since their founding--
<br />the first national organization for girls In the country; and
<br />WHEREAS, the Law of Camp Fire states, "Worship God, Seek Beauty, Give Service,
<br />Pursue Knowledge, Be Trustworthy, Hold on to Health, Glorify Work, Be Happy"; and
<br />WHEREAS, the Watchword of Camp Fire is "Wohelo", Work, Health, Love;
<br />NOW, THEREFORE, I, C. Wayne Courtney, Mayor of the City of Edina, do hereby
<br />proclaim the week of March 13 through 20, 1983, to be
<br />in Edina, Minnesota.
<br />CAMP FIRE WEEK PROCLAMATION
<br />CAMP FIRE WEEK
<br />DARRELL BENZ COMMENDED FOR SERVICE TO CITY. Mr. Rosland commended Mr. Darrell
<br />Benz for his service to the City of Edina. He pointed out that Mr. Benz began
<br />working for the City in 1958, and has progressed "through the ranks" to his
<br />current position as foreman for the street department. As a token of apprecia-
<br />tion, Mr. Rosland presented him with a silver pen bearing the Edina Logo.
<br />Mr. Benz expressed his appreciation to the Council.
<br />MINUTES of October 18, 1982, were approved as submitted by motion of Member
<br />Turner, seconded by Member Richards.
<br />BRAEMAR HILLS llTH ADDITION (FORMERLY MARTH COURT) FINAL PLAT APPROVED.
<br />Mr. Hughes presented. Braemar Hills llth Addition (formerly Marth.Court) for final
<br />plat approval, advising that this five lot single family dwelling subdivision
<br />is generally located North of W. 78th Street and East of Gleason Road, and that
<br />Lot 1 would be retained for the existing dwelling on the site.
<br />that preliminary plat approval had been granted subject to recommendations of
<br />the Community Development and Planning Commission which included acquiring
<br />additional right-of-way for Marth Court located in the proximity of Lots 3 and 4,
<br />and which.includes a five foot wide strip presently separating the subject pro-
<br />perty from Marth Court and a 10 foot wide strip abutting the East side of Marth
<br />Court. Mr. Hughes stated that the proponent has now returned with a final plat
<br />for the property but noted that staff had not received an executed easement for
<br />the necessary right-of-way, Mr. Hughes advised that if the Council wished
<br />to grant final plat approval, it 'should be conditioned upon receipt of the
<br />easement by the City together with a parkland dedication fee. James Van Valken-
<br />gurg, representing the proponent, advised that an agreement had been reached
<br />with Roger C. Evanson, 7717 Marth Court, for acquisition of the necessary right-
<br />of-way and the easement grant is ready to be signed and sent to the City Attorney
<br />for approval. Mr. Evanson was present and confirmed that he had the agreement
<br />and will execute same. In response to Member Richards, Mr. Van Valkenburg
<br />clarified that the proponent would pay a parkland dedication fee, but that
<br />the developer's payment for the easements should be taken into consideration.
<br />Member Richards suggested that a dedication fee of $7,000.be required. There
<br />being no further discussion, Member Schmidt offered the following resolution
<br />and moved its adoption:
<br />He recalled
<br />RESOLUTION GRANTING FINAL PLAT APPROVAL
<br />FOR BRAEMAR HILLS llTH ADDITION
<br />BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina, Minnesota, that that
<br />certain plat entitled "Braemar Hills llth Addition", platted by Anthony G.
<br />Santrizos and Georgia H. Santrizos and Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis