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MINUTES <br />OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />DECEMBER 29, 1983 <br />169 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor <br />Courtney. <br />PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING CONTRACT FOR 1984 AWARDED. Mr. Rosland recalled that award <br />of the Public Health Nursing Contract for 1984 had been continued from the Council <br />meeting of December 19, 1983, and that staff had been requested to document the <br />differences in services proposed to be provided by the Bloomington Division df <br />Public Health (BDPH) and Metropolitan Visiting Nurse Association (MVNA) to sub- <br />stantiate awarding the contract for 1984 to BDPH as recommended. He noted that <br />a memorandum had been submitted, prepared by City Sanitarian Velde, listing the <br />significant items to support award of the contract to BDPH and that Mr. Velde had <br />also charted the differences between the two agencies, showing the location for <br />delivery of services and each.of the agency programs andactivities within each <br />program. Mr. Rosland reiterated staff's recommendation for award to Bloomington <br />as the best.provider for public health services for Edina's residents when all <br />factors are considered. Member Turner moved award of the 1984 Public Health <br />Nursing Contract to the Bloomington Division of Public Health at $79,300 for the <br />reasons outlined in staff's memorandum. Motion was seconded by Member Schmidt. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />PERSONNEL COMPENSATION RATES ESTABLISHED FOR 1984. Mr. Rosland reminded Council <br />that at the 1984 budget hearings a five percent wage increase and a $10.00 per <br />month increase of the benefit package for dependent coverage had been discussed. <br />At the time, Council indicated personnel compensation rates would be set following <br />settlement of at least one union contract. He advised that the contract has been <br />accepted by the Police union and would therefore recommend personnel compensation <br />rates be established for non union Eersonnel as provided for in the 1984 budget. <br />Member Schmidt offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION RATES <br />BE IT l2ESOLVED that the Edina City Council does hereby establish the following <br />salary schedule for fulltime personnel for 1989: <br />Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 <br />Management I11 (5) $39,468 $42 , 900 $46 , 332 $49,270 <br />Management I1 (12) 29,458 32 , 058 34 , 658 36 , 842 <br />Management I (7) 24,778 26 , 988 29,120 31 , 018 <br />Technical Management (5) 22,620 24 , 648 26,624 28,314 <br />Technical IV (12) 19 , 944 21,736 23,530 25 , 012 <br />Technical I11 (3) is, 116 19 , 702 21,509 22,646 . <br />20 , 852 22,204 - Technical I1 (6) 17,758 19 , 292 <br />15 , 912 17 , 316 18 , 694 19,890 Technical I (10) <br />General. I11 (7) 14 , 846 16,172 17 , 472 18,590 <br />General I1 (6) 13 , 780 14,976 16 , 224 17 , 264 <br />General I (7) 12 , 246 13 , 338 14 , 404 15 , 340 <br />Public Safety <br />PS Management 111 (2) 33,410 36 , 374 39 , 286 41,808 <br />PS Management I1 (8) 31,278 34 , 034 36 , 738 39 , 104 <br />PS Management I (7) 28 , 444 30 , 940 33 , 410 35,568 <br />PS General I1 (3) 17 , 394 18 , 928 20 , 410 21 , 736 <br />PS General .1.:(2) 13 , 780 14,976 16 , 224 17,264 <br />Motion for adoption of the resolution was seconded by Member Turner. <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Resolution adopted. <br />COUNCIL EDINAMITE PARTY DATE ANNOUNCED. <br />1984, is the date chosen for the Edinamite party to be hosted by members of the <br />Council as a part of the silent auction at the Edinamite '83 benefit, with <br />responsibilities to be shared as was done last year. She asked that Council <br />give any suggestions for the event to her or Mr. Rosland. No action was taken. <br />Member Turner advised that February 12, <br />WINE TASTING IN MUNICIPAL LIQUOR STORES DISCUSSED. Mr. Rosland recalled that some <br />months ago Council had considered the issue of allowing wine tasting in the munici- <br />pal liquor stores as now permitted under Chapter 259 passed by the 1983 Legislature. <br />He stated that since then the store managers have been watching the effect on the <br />.market and feel strongly that they would like to try wine tasting as an inside <br />marketing promotion on Friday and Saturday as a means to develop sales. <br />the stores have been concentrating on shelf arrangement to increase sales. Member <br />Richards commented if wine tasting were allowed it may be perceived as being <br />inconsistent with the policy of the Council and that he felt the whole liquor/wine <br />issue should be looked at by means of a public meeting: to eet inDut from the <br />Presently,