1888-1989 Archive Minutes
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2/2/87 <br />345 <br />I: <br />5 m <br />POLICE/FIRE UNION CONTRACTS TO BE NEGOTIATED. <br />the City has been unable to negotiate the Police and Fire Union Contracts <br />Manager Rosland reported that <br />within the budgetary guidelines and the mediations now proceeding may lead <br />to binding arbitration and he would keep the Council informed. <br />GRAND OPENING FOR EDINBOROUGH PARK SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 3. <br />advised that the Grand Opening for Edinborough Park is now scheduled for <br />Manager Rosland <br />Wednesday, June 3 with other special events the following weekend. <br />MANAGER'S VACATION NOTED. <br />be gone for two weeks on vacation returning on February 23, but would be in <br />touch with staff and that Assistant Manager Hughes would be in charge. <br />Manager Rosland advised the Council that he would <br />CLOSED MEETING CALLED FOLLOWING ADJOURNMENT. <br />a special closed meeting following adjournment to advise the Council of a <br />potential lawsuit to be held in the Manager's Conference Room. <br />Manager Rosland called for <br />SHHSC FORMAT REGARDING VARIOUS AGENCIES NOTED. Manager Rosland advised that <br />staff has been working with South Hennepin Human Services Council as to a <br />new format regarding various agencies and funding requests to avoid duplica- <br />tion. The format will be brought to.the Council when developed. <br />COUNCIL LIASION ASSIGNMENTS/MEETINGS WITH ADVISORY BOARDS TO BE DEVELOPED. <br />Manager Rosland referred to the Council liasion assignment sheets that were <br />included in the packets and said that this information will be given to the <br />Mayor and then brought to the Council for final assignment. <br />staff will develop a schedule of meetings for the advisory boards and <br />commissions to meet with the Council to discuss goals and objectives, on a <br />basis of one a month. No action was taken. <br />Following that, <br />*CLAIMS PAID. <br />for payment of the following claims as per pre-list dated 2/2/87: General <br />Fund $163,057.02, Park Fund $27.10; Art Center $440.12, Golf Course Fund . <br />$5,995.99, Recreation Center Fund $449.62, Utility Fund $260,767.81, Liquor <br />Dispensary Fund $6,164.83, Construction Fund $6,426.08, Total $443,328.57. <br />Motion was made by Member Turner and seconded by Member Smith <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes. <br />There being no further business on the Council Agenda, Mayor Courtney declared <br />the meeting adjourned at 9:50 p.m. <br />3d2aG-L <br />City Clerk <br />MINUTES . <br />OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />FEBRUARY 2, 1987 <br />The Edina City Council held a closed meeting on February 2, 1987, following <br />adjournment of the Regular Meeting regarding potential litigation. <br />Present were Members Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner and Mayor Courtney. <br />Staff present were: Manager Rosland, Gordon Hughes, Craig Swanson, Craig <br />Larsen, Ceil Smith and Marcella Daehn. Counsel present were: Tom Erickson <br />and Charles Schrank of Dorsey and Whitney. <br />Manager Rosland said the meeting was called following receipt of a complaint <br />with regard to sale of obscene literature in the City and possible litigation <br />in connection therewith. Attorneys Erickson and Schrank explained the City's <br />legal position on the matter. No other business was discussed or action <br />taken by the Council. <br />The meeting was adjourned at 10:35 p.m. <br />City Clerk
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