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MINUTES OF SPECIAL BUDGET MEETING <br />OF THE EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />SEPTEMBER 17, 1987 <br />4:30 P.M. <br />17 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner and Mayor Courtney. <br />HEARING CONTINUED ON 1988 CITY BUDGET. <br />data on compensation, funding requests of agencies under the Human Relations <br />budget and a breakdown of the Mayor/Council continuing education budget, as had <br />been requested by the Council. <br />Manager Rosland presented the remaining 1988 Budget requests for the following <br />departments: Administration, Planning, Finance, Election, Assessing, and Legal & <br />Court Services, Public Health, and Building Inspections, and explained changes <br />proposed. <br />Next presented and discussed were the proposed 1988 Budget expenditures for Public <br />Works (Administration, Engineering and Supervision) and Street Department areas of <br />(Maintenance, Lighting, Street Name Signs/Traffic Signs, Traffic Control, <br />Bridges/Guard Rails, Storm Drainage, Lakes & Ponds, Sidewalks/Ramps/Parking Lots). <br />Manager Rosland then presented the proposed 1988 Budget expenditures for Police <br />Protection (which included new program requests for continuation of the traffic <br />enforcement unit, addition of one full-time officer, and addition of one G(1) <br />position), Civilian Defense and Animal Control. Total expenditures show a 4.7% <br />increas'e . <br />Manager Rosland distributed additional <br />Next presented and discussed were the proposed 1988 Budget expenditures for Fire <br />Protection. <br />realistically anticipate actual expenditure and is an indicator of primarily <br />emergency medical services, 2) Contracted Repairs - Repair and coating of <br />apparatus flood to reduce risk of injury and to prevent further floor damage, and <br />3) New Equipment - Two breathing equipment SCBA and three pagers for volunteers. <br />Total expenditures show a 6.0% increase. <br />Manager Rosland noted these changes: 1) Overtime - Funding will more <br />The Park & Recreation proposed 1988 Budget expenditures, including Administration, <br />Recreation and Maintenance, were presented and discussed. Total expenditures show <br />a 7.4% increase and included an additional Technical I full-time custodial person <br />who will be assigned to the Senior Center, the Art Center and other recreational <br />facilities. <br />proposed increases for other departments. <br />The Council requested that a report from the Personnel Committee regarding the <br />Manager's salary be presented at the September 21, 1987 Council meeting. <br />The 1988 Budget hearing was continued to September 21, 1987 at 7:OO p.m. when the <br />budget will be formally adopted. <br />The proposed increase for Park & Recreation was evaluated against <br />Adjourned at 6:45 p.m. <br />--p&-% u <br />City Clerk
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