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MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />OCTOBER 17, 1983 <br />107 <br />d- ol I- <br />C) a a <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor Courtney. <br />CHEMICAL PEOPLE WEEK AND BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK PROCLAIMED. <br />the following proclamations which were unanimously adopted by the Council: <br />Mayor Courtney presented <br />PROCLAMATION <br />WHEREAS, alcohol and drug abuse is a problem which affects ever.? resident of our - community through social and/or economic costs; and <br />WHEREAS, the impact of drug and alcohol abuse is especially significiant with respect <br />to the young people of our area; and <br />WHEREAS, the education of young people as to the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol <br />is necessary to enable them to make a responsible choice when faced with the chemical <br />decision; and <br />WHEREAS, "The Chemical People: Minnesota'' is a state-wide project designed to provide <br />accurate and vital information on the problems associated with alcohol and drug abuse <br />through the use of television and town meetings; and <br />WHEREAS, endorsement by municipal officials of "The Chemical People: Minnesota'' <br />project may encourage a higher level of participation; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, I, C. WAYNE COURTNEY, Mayor of the City of Edina, do hereby proclaim <br />the week of October 30 - November 4 as <br />in Edina and urge'all residents to participate in the week's activities to whatever <br />extent is possible. <br />Accepting the proclamation was Barbara Raap who explained "The Chemical People: <br />Minnesota" project . <br />WHEREAS, over half of the women age 16 and over are in the labor force, and that per-, <br />centage is rising, and <br />WHEREAS, for more than a half century, the National Federation of Business Profess- <br />ional Women's Organization has helped to promote the interests of business and pro- <br />fessional women, encouraging a spirit of cooperation and the development of new <br />opportunities for education in industrial, scientific, and vocational fields; and <br />WHEREAS, the Federation has kept in step with the aspirations and needs of women, and <br />equally important, it has stressed advancement based on demonstrated capacity to lead; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, I, C. WAYNE COURTNEY, Mayor of the City of Edina, State of Minnesota, <br />do hereby proclaim the week of October 16 through 22, 1983 to be <br />in the City of Edina. <br />"CHEMICAL PEOPLE WEEK" <br />PROCLAMATION <br />BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK <br />LYLE SMESTAD COMMENDED FOR SERVICE TO CITY. <br />Smestad and advised that he has been employed with the City since November of 1970. <br />He began his employment'as a light equipment operator and then moved to sewer main- <br />tenance where he is responsible for all the City's pumps and lift stations. <br />land commended him for his constant and responsible service and presented him with a <br />silver pen bearing the Edina Logo. Members of the Council joined in congratulating <br />and thanking him. <br />City Manager Rosland introduced Lyle <br />Mr. Ros- <br />MINUTES of the Regular Council Meeting of October 3, 1983 and the Special Council/ <br />School Board Meeting of October 10, 1983 were approved as submitted by motion of Member <br />Turner, seconded by Member Schmidt. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />HEDBERG AND SONS COMPANY REZONING REQUEST (R-1 DISTRICT TO POD-1 DISTRICT) CONTINUED. <br />As requested by the proponents, Member Turner's motion was seconded by Member Richards <br />to continue the rezoning hearing for Hedberg and Sons Company, from R-1 District to <br />POD-1 District, to November 7, 1983. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />HAYMAKER REZONING REQUEST (R-1 DISTRICT TO PRD-3 DISTRICT) CONTINUED. As requested by <br />the owner of Lot 3, Block 4, Grandview Heights, Member Turner's motion was seconded by <br />Member Richards to continue the rezoning hearing for Haymaker, from R-1 District to <br />PRD-3 District, to November 7, 1983. <br />Ayes: Bredesen Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />SRELIMINARY PLAT APPROVAL OF SVANOE REPLAT CONTINUED TO 11/7/83, <br />were presented by Clerk, approved as to form and ordered placed on file. <br />advised that the subject property (Lot 3, Block 3, Carolane Addition) measures 36,399 <br />square feet in area and is zoned R-1 Single Family Dwelling District. It is improved <br />with a single family dwelling located on the easterly portion of the lot. <br />Affidavits of Notice <br />Planner Larsen <br />The proponent