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21 <br />MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />NOVEMBER 5, 1984 <br />1 <br />ri 0 00 (3 <br />5 m <br />I <br />I <br />Answering rollcall were Members Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor <br />Courtney. <br />YOUTH APPRECIATION WEEK PROCLAIMED BY MAYOR. <br />proclamation which was unanimously approved: <br />WHEREAS, the vast majority of youth are concerned, knowledgeable and responsible <br />citizens; and <br />WHEREAS, the accomplishments and achievements of these young citizens deserve <br />recognition and praise of their elders; and <br />WHEREAS, Optimists International has, since 1954, developed and promoted a program <br />entitled Youth Appreciation Week; and <br />WHEREAS, the citizens of the City of Edina have indicated a desire to join with the <br />Optimists in expressing appreciation and approval of the contributions of the youth, <br />the City Council of the City of Edina does, therefore, proclaim the second week in <br />November as <br />in the City of Edina. <br />ability of today's youth as they assume responsible roles in the future of mankind. <br />ADOPTED this 5th day of November, 1984. <br />Mayor Courtney presented the following <br />PROCLAMATION <br />YOUTH APPRECIATION WEEK <br />By this action let it be known that we have faith in the <br />HEARING DATE SET FOR PLANNING MATTERS. <br />motion was seconded by Member Schmidt, setting November 19, 1984, as hearing date <br />for the following planning matters: <br />1) <br />2) <br />3) <br />As recommended by staff, Member Turner's <br />Edinborough.;,- R-1 Single Dwelling Unit District to MD-5 Mixed Development District - Generally located west of York Avenue and south of West 76th Street <br />Our Lady of Grace Church - Conditional Use Permit <br />Victorsen's Valley View 2nd Addition - Generally located south of Valley View Road <br />and west of Brookview Avenue - Preliminary Plat Approval <br />Motion carried. <br />BID AWARDED FOR EDINA-BLOOMINGTON STORM SEWER PROJECT. Mr. Rosland presented <br />tabulation of bids for the storm sewer project at the Pentagon Park location per <br />Edina's joint powers agreement with Bloomington. <br />P. Keller Construction Company, Inc. at $1,058,721.20 versus the engineer's estimate <br />property owners on the Edina side of the project. <br />seconded by Member Bredesen for award of bid to Austin P. Keller Construction <br />Company for $1,058,721.20. <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney <br />Motion carried. <br />The lowest bidder was Austin <br />'of $1,300,000.00. .The necessary easements for the project have been received from <br />Member Schmidt's motion was <br />GOLF COMMITTEE/PARK BOARD REPORT ON BRAEMAR APPROVED. Mr. Rosland introduced Joan <br />Lonsbury, Chairman of the Park Board, who called forward Roger Harrold and Tass -- <br />Von Schmidt-Pauli to identify the Braemar Golf Committee Report on the capital <br />improvements proposed for the Braemar Golf Course: <br />maintenance building, $200,000; expansion of the Par 3 to an Executive Course, <br />$310,000; renovation and expansion of the Clubhouse, $600,000. Edina residents <br />whose homes border on or are near the expansion area have been involved in meetings <br />and tours of the proposed Executive Course layout, and the overall opinion is <br />favorable. <br />$100,000 on net profits the first full year of operation. . Anticipated revenues <br />in the first two years from events held in the year-round meeting/banquet room <br />facility are $14,000 and $18,000 respectively. <br />Executive Course was questioned and cited as too high a rate for young people. <br />The Committee made the following recommendations: <br />1) Approve their report as supporting evidence to the Park Board motion of <br />August 9, 1983. <br />2) Approve the recommended start date of the Executive Course and maintenance <br />building construction to begin in the spring of 1985, the Executive Course <br />thereby becoming a revenue contributor to the City by 1986. <br />3) Approve the recommended start date of the Clubhouse expansion to begin in the <br />spring of 1986. <br />Member Turner is motion to approve the' Golf Committee's report with its recommendations <br />was seconded by Member Schmidt. <br />Renovation and expansion of the <br />The Executive Course is projected to generate $150,000 in revenues and <br />The $6.00 green fee for the <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney