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I <br />-FLAG CERENONY CONDUCTED BY CAMP FIRE TROOP NO. 273; CAMP FIRE WEEK PROCLAIMED. <br />Members of Camp Fire Troop No. 273 opened the meeting by presenting the colors and <br />Pledge of Allegiance. <br />clamation: <br />PROCLAMATION <br />WHEREAS, the National Council of Camp Fire has provided a program responding <br />the diverse needs and interests of young people for 74 years; and <br />WHEREAS, Camp Fire is an organization open to all youth, regardless of race, creed, <br />sex, economic status or national background; and <br />WHEREAS, the National Council of Camp Fire shall set aside the week of March 11 thru <br />March 17, 1984, as a celebration and shall by various public displays and recognitions <br />share this celebration with their communities; and <br />WHEREAS, Camp Fire provides "opportunities for youth to realize their potential and <br />to function effectively as caring, self-disclipined individuals responsible to them- <br />selves and to others, and as an organization to seek to improve those conditions in <br />society which affect youth"; and <br />WHEREAS, Camp Fire is celebrating their 74th Anniversary since their founding--the <br />first national organization for girls in the country; and <br />WHEREAS, the Law of Camp Fire states, "Worship God, Seek Beauty, Give Service, Pursue <br />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 proclaim <br />the week of March 11 through 17, 1984, to be <br />in Edina, Minnesota. <br />ROBERT BATNEW COMMENDED FOR SERVICE TO CITY. <br />advising that he came to the City in 1965 and was employed as the Plumbing Inspector <br />until his appointment to Chief Building Inspector in April of 1976. <br />Mr. Bahneman will be retiring this month and commended him for his many years of loyal <br />service to the City.and in particular for the hand work of carving in wood the City <br />'Seal. <br />Mayor Courtney then welcomed them and read the following pro- <br />CAMP FIRE WEEK <br />Mr. Rosland introduced Robert Bahneman, <br />He noted that <br />Members of the Coucil then also commended him and thanked him for his work. <br />I <br />3ESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE ADOPTED/HERMANN H. STRACHAUER. Mayor Courtney read the <br />1 <br />-JHEREAS, Hermann Strachauer was instrumental in promoting the original bond issue <br />for purchase of land for parks and the construction of the Edina Municipal Pool; <br />YOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Edina City Council hereby extends its <br />'ieartfelt sympathy to the family of <br />during this time of bereavement; and <br />HERMA" H. STRACHAUER <br />MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />MARCH 5, 1984 <br />the Minutes Book of the City of Edina and that a copy be presented to his family. <br />:YINUTES of the Regular Council Meeting of February 27, 1984, were approved as sub- <br />:nitted by motion of Member Bredesen, seconded by Member Schmidt. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 825 ADOPTED; SUMMARY TO BE PUBLISHED. Planner <br />rollcall were Members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor <br />3ack Findings, Decisions and Reasons for adoption of the Zoning Ordinance, together