<br />SPECIAL YEAR-EXD MEETING
<br />EDIMA CITY COUXCIL
<br />DECESBER 28, 1984
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<br />Mayor Courtney called the meeting to order at 5:05 p.m.
<br />Members Richards, Schmidt, Turner and Mayor Courtney. Member Bredesen arrived
<br />at 5:lO p.m.
<br />Answering rollcall were
<br />PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING CONTRACT FOR 1985 APPROVED. Mr. Rosland recalled that at
<br />the Council Meeting of December 17, 1984, the Council had reviewed the agreement
<br />for public health nursing services which the Bloomington Division of Pubiic Health
<br />had agreed to provide to Edina residents at a cost of $78,560.00 for 1985.
<br />amount is $740.00 less than the 1984 contract due to the $5,000 reduction in
<br />the service areas which will be reduced, to offset the reduced funding, the Council
<br />had directed the staff to contact Bloomington and to bring back that information
<br />to the Council. Mr. Rosland stated that Bloomington has been contacted and they
<br />have indicated that there will be no specific elimination of any category of service
<br />which they are presently providing and that they will always specifically treat
<br />remedial cases referred to them by the various hospitals. Services presently
<br />provided by the Bloomington Division of Public Health are: Home Health Services,
<br />Community Nursing Services, Disease Prevention and Control Services, Health
<br />Education (partially funded by United Way) and Maternal and Child Health Service.
<br />The dollar cutback in the Edina contract has resulted in Bloomington reducing its
<br />marketing efforts of its health prevention programs.
<br />efforts has resulted in a reduction in demand for those services and thus Blooming-
<br />ton has been able to keep the Edina component of the contract in line with the
<br />monies provided. Bloomington has advised that with the further reduced contract
<br />in 1985, there will be a continued lack of promotion of prevention efforts in
<br />order to have sufficient money to take care of the remedial, part-pay and no-pay
<br />present and spoke in support of the recommendation that the public health nursing
<br />contract for 1985 with the Bloomington Division of Public Health be approved.
<br />Following discussion, Member Turner moved approval of the 1985 Public Health
<br />Nursing Contract to the Bloomington Division of Public Health at $78,560.00.
<br />Motion was seconded by Member Schmidt.
<br />Because the Bloomington Division of Public Health had not identified
<br />This reduction in marking
<br />Barbara Reynolds, chairman of the Edina Advisory Board of Health was
<br />Ayes: Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Courtney
<br />Motion carried.
<br />VARIOUS MEETING DATES NOTED BY CITY MANAGER. Mr. Rosland informed the Council
<br />Members of the following meeting dates:
<br />1) Meeting with Commissioner Randy Johnson and Commissioner-elect John Keefe
<br />regarding Hennepin County's 1985 Legislative Program - January 2 or January 7;
<br />2) Nunicipal Legislative Commission Board of Directors Meeting and Legislative
<br />Delegation Reception - January 24;
<br />3) LMC Legislative Conference - January 29.
<br />4) Wooddale School' Site Informational Meetings - January 8 and January 15.
<br />He also indicated that the.Wooddale Site issue would probably be on the Council
<br />Agenda on February 4, and that the Second Reading of the rezoning for Edinborough
<br />and preliminary plan approval, the draft Wine Licensing Ordinance and the LMC
<br />Legislative Policies will probably b,e on the Council Agenda on January 21.
<br />No action was taken.
<br />STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES AND RECOMAENDED TRANSFERS APPROVED.
<br />recommended by Mr. Dalen, Member Turner's motion was seconded by Member Schmidt
<br />for approval of "Statement of Estimated Expenditures and Recommended Transfers
<br />for Year Ended December 31, 1984".
<br />Bredesen, Richards, Schmidt, Turner, Coutney
<br />Motion carried.
<br />CLAIMS PAID,
<br />of the following claims as per Pre-List dated 12/28/84:
<br />Park Fund $27,863.78, Art Center $2,529.91, Swimming Pool Fund $378.14, Golf
<br />Course Fund $3,426.70 , Recreation Center Fund $1 , 518.69 , Gun Range Fund $46.98 ,
<br />Waterworks Fund $12,833.37, Sewer Rental Fund $3,782.89, Liquor Dispensary Fund
<br />$34,116.59, Construction Fund $375.00, Total $195,151.73.
<br />Motion of Member Turner was seconded by Member Bredesen for payment
<br />General Fund $108,279.68, I
<br />There being further business on the agenda, Mayor Courtney declared the meeting
<br />adjourned at 5 :25 p .m.