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MITWTES <br />OF THE SPECIAL NEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />JULY 1, 1985 <br />5:OO P.N. <br />In attendance were Members Bredesen, Richards, Turner and Mayor Courtney. <br />CITY'S CAPITAL PLAN FOR 1986 REVIETJED. -Gordon Hughes, Assistant City Manager, <br />stated that this special meeting was scheduled so that the Council could review <br />the Ten Year Capital Plan for the City which had been developed during 1984. <br />The Capital Plan is to.be updated each year prior to budget planning time with <br />a detailed schedule for the coming year. <br />Plan is considered part of the City's Comprehensive Plan by law and to be adopted <br />it must be heard by the Community Development and Planning Commission and the <br />City Council at public hearings. <br />the Capital Plan preliminary approval at its regular meeting at 7:OO p.m., have <br />it heard by the Planning Commission on July 31 and have a final hearing in <br />August by the City Council. <br />Jerry Dalen, Finance Director, then reviewed the Ten Year Capital Plan in detail, <br />with projections for the years 1986 through 1995, showing estimated costs and <br />estimated revenues. The Operating Budget, Working Capital Fund and State-Aid <br />Construction Account projections were explained. The Council then reviewed the <br />Capital Plan for 1986 showing General Fund & Related Funds capital expenditures <br />of $2,314,000; Utilities capital expenditures of $131,000 and Golf Course capital <br />expenditures of $1,200,000 proposed for 1986, together with funding for same. <br />Because the purpose of this special meeting was to review and discuss the Capital <br />Plan, no formal action was taken. <br />The Strategic Plan - 1986 Short Term Objectives was briefly discussed. <br />informally agreed that the staff would recommend short term objectives for 1986 <br />for the Council to discuss at a special meeting to be scheduled. <br />From a process standpoint, the Capital <br />Mr. Hughes advised that the Council could give <br />It was