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<br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL
<br />APRIL 6, 1987
<br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
<br />Answering rollcall were Members Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner and Mayor Courtney.
<br />EDINA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEEK PROCLAIMED.
<br />p r o c 1 ama t i on :
<br />WHEREAS, The Edina Chamber of Commerce is established to meet the needs of and
<br />promote Edina's businesses and professional community and to foster the quality of
<br />life in the City of Edina;
<br />WHEREAS, The Edina Chamber of Commerce works to advance the civic, commercial,
<br />business and industrial interests of Edina;
<br />WHEREAS, The Edina Chamber of Commerce promotes E&na as an exceptional location
<br />for industrial, retail, service and financial businesses, as well as civic,
<br />educational, cultural, social and recreational facilities;
<br />WHEREAS, The Edina Chamber of Commerce works to effect better working
<br />relationships with other chambers of commerce, government units, and other
<br />organizations with similar goals,
<br />WHEREAS, The Edina Chamber of Commerce serves as a resource for all people
<br />interested in becoming more knowledgeable about Edina;
<br />NOW, THEREFORE, I, C. Wayne Courtney, Mayor of the City of Edina do hereby
<br />proclaim April 20 through April 25, 1987 as:
<br />Proclaimed this 6th day of April, 1987.
<br />Mayor Courtney read the following
<br />EDINA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEEK
<br />ARBOR MONTH AND DAY PROCLAIMED.
<br />WHEREAS, trees are a most valuable resource, purifying our air and water, helping
<br />conserve our soil and energy, serving as a recreational setting, providing a
<br />habitat for wildlife of all kinds, and enriching our lives in other important
<br />ways; and
<br />WHEREAS, disease, insects and pollution have damaged and continue to threaten our
<br />trees, creating the need for tree care and tree planting programs and fostering
<br />greater public concern for the future of our urban forest; and
<br />WHEREAS, Edina is proud of the beautiful shade trees which erace our homes and
<br />Mayor Courtney read the following proclamation:
<br />PRO CLAMAT I ON
<br />* public places; and-
<br />WHEREAS, the month of April is considered Arbor Month and the day of April 24th as
<br />Arbor Day in Edina, uniting citizens to celebrate trees and plant their future,
<br />NOW, THEREFORE, I, C. Wayne.Courtney, Mayor of Edina, do hereby proclaim that
<br />April be Arbor Month and April 24th be Arbor Day and call upon the public spirited
<br />and foresighted citizens of Edina to plant trees now for our pleasure and that of
<br />future generations.
<br />Dated this 6th day of April, 1987.
<br />EDINA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC TEAMS COMMENDED.
<br />commending the Girls' Slalom Ski Team, the Boys' Slalom Ski Team, the Girls' Cross
<br />Country Ski Team and the Boys' Cross Country Ski Team for their accomplishments in
<br />Mayor Courtney presented resolutions
<br />recent State Meets. The resolutions were unanimously adopted. 0
<br />CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS ADOPTED.
<br />Turner to adopt the consent agenda as presented.
<br />Motion was made by Member Kelly, seconded by Member
<br />Rollcall :
<br />Ayes: Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner, Courtney
<br />Motion carried.
<br />*MINUTES OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING OF MARCH 16. 1987 APPROVED. Motion was
<br />made by Member Kelly, seconded by Member Turner to approve the minutes of the
<br />regular meeting of March 16, 1987.
<br />Motion was carried on rollcall vote, five ayes.
<br />PUBLIC HEARING ON STREET IMPROVEMENT NO. P-BA-278 CONTINUED TO 4/10/87. AS
<br />recommended by staff, motion of Member Kelly was seconded by Member Turner to
<br />continue the public hearing on Street Improvement No. P-BA-278 (Link Road) to the
<br />Council Meeting of April 20, 1987.
<br />Ayes: Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner, Courtney I Motion carried.
<br />FINAL PLAT APPROVED FOR WARDEN ACRES DAHLE REPLAT.
<br />the request for final plat approval for property generally located south of Grove
<br />Street and west of Garden Avenue. He recalled that preliminary plat approval was
<br />granted by the Council at its meeting of February 23, 1987. The proposed plat
<br />would create one additional buildable lot. The proponent has now returned for
<br />final plat approval and staff would recommend approval, subject to payment of a
<br />subdivision dedication fee based on a land value of $30.000.00. No comment or
<br />objection being heard, Member Kelly introduced the following resolution and moved
<br />its adoption, subject to payment of a subdivision dedication fee of $2,400.00:
<br />Planner Craig Larsen presented