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115 <br />d= a, <br />p. 0 a a <br />Section 3. Inspection. All fire protection systems installed under permit shall <br />be inspected by the Building Official or any member of the City's Bureau of Fire <br />Prevention or by a special inspector designated by the City and shall be approved <br />by any one of them. <br />or concealment. <br />satisfactory to the Building Official, any such member, or such special inspector, <br />shall be made before approval of the system will be given. <br />Section 4. Permit Fees. Fees for permits required by this ordinance shall be <br />established by Ordinance No. 171. <br />Section 5. Definition. For purposes hereof, a fire protection system is <br />defined to mean any grouping, arrangement or system of equipment or devices intended <br />to detect, control and/or suppress a fire, including, without limitation, any fire <br />alarm system, sprinkler system, fire department standpipe system and fixed fire <br />extinguishing system. <br />be guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to penalties pursuant to Ordinance No. 175. <br />its passage and publication. <br />Motion for adoption of the Ordinance was seconded by Member Schmidt. <br />Inspection shall be made during installation and before closure <br />A final inspection and full operating test, with test results <br />Section 6. <br />Section 7. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect immediately upon <br />Penalty. Any person violating any provision of this ordinance shall <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Ordinance adopted. <br />Mayor 4 <br />City Clerk <br />ALL FUNDS/SURPLUS AND RESERVE AS OF 12/31/81 AND 12/31/82 REVIEWED. <br />by Council, Mr. Dalen presented statements for All Funds/Surplus and Reserve as <br />of December 31, 1981 and December 31, 1982 for review. No formal action was taken. <br />CLAIMS PAID. <br />of the following Claims as per Pre-List: <br />.$6,537-.94, Art Center $2,275.26, Swimming Pool Fund $37.36, Golf Course Fund <br />$10,365.18, Recreation Center Fund $68,196.46, Water Works Fund $2,617.75, Sewer <br />Rental Fund $151,003.68, Liquor Dispensary Fund $66,414.68, Construction Fund <br />$138,074.58, IMP Bond Redemption Fund $326,226.00, Total $907,941.31; and for <br />Confirmation of payment of the following claims: <br />Fund $6,549.06, Art Center $770.05, Park Construction Fund $7.79, Swimming Pool <br />Fund $1,489.29, Golf Course Fund $9,044.22, Recreation Center Fund $3,275.12, <br />Gun Range Fund $645.17, Water Works Fund $22,489.11, Sewer Rental Fund $2,416.84, <br />Liquor Dispensary Fund $302,174.97, Total $517,465.44. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />As requested <br />Motion of Member Richards was seconded by Member Schmidt for payment <br />General Fund $136,152.42, Park Fund <br />General Fund $168,643.82, Park <br />There being no further busiLess , Mayor Courtney declared the meeting adjourned <br />as 8.58 p.m. <br />-.--I - A@A%d?zLdL. <br />City Clerk <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL <br />OCTOBER 17, 1983 <br />SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING <br />The Edina City Council met in closed session in the Manager Conference Room immediately <br />following adjournment of the Regular Meeting on October 17, 1983. <br />Present were: Members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Mayor Courtney, City <br />Manager Rosland, Assistant City Manager Bernhardson and Administrative Assistant Smith. <br />Discussed were labor negotiation procedures, wages and benefits. <br />\ n Mayor Courtney adjourned the meeting at 9:30 p.m. &A?&) <br />Administrafive Assistant