<br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
<br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL
<br />OCTOBER 5, 1987
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<br />Answering rollcall were Members Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner and Mayor Courtney.
<br />RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE ADOPTED FOR DR. KRIS HAGEN.
<br />following resolution of condolence which was unanimously adopted:
<br />WHEREAS, on the 30th day of September, 1987, death brought to a close the active
<br />and productive life of Dr. Kristofer Hagen; and
<br />WHEREAS, he was held in high esteem by all who knew him for his selfless and
<br />timeless efforts in his service to all mankind; and
<br />WHEREAS, he dedicated many years of his life to assist the poor and the sick in
<br />many developing countries of the world; and
<br />WHEREAS, during his years of medical practice he was the personal physician of
<br />many individuals in Edina and other communities; and
<br />WHEREAS, he served on the Community Health Services Advisory Committee for the
<br />City of Edina; and
<br />WHEREAS, he shared his medical knowledge with the community through his health
<br />column in the Edina Sun-Current;
<br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Council of the City of Edina,
<br />Minnesota, does hereby mourn the passing of
<br />and extends its condolences to his wife, Bertha, and to his children and their
<br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution be entered in the Minutes.Book of the
<br />Edina City Council and that a copy be presented to his family.
<br />'ADOPTED this 5th day of October, 1987.
<br />Mayor Courtney read the
<br />RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE
<br />DR. KRISTOFER HAGEN
<br />DORAN WALTZER AND ARNOLD BELMORE COMMENDED.
<br />Waltzer and Arnold Belmore and said that these employees have been instrumental in
<br />making the Braemar Athletic Complex an outstanding facility.
<br />hired for the Park and Recreation Department in 1974 and in the summer of 1978 was
<br />moved to the complex to work the summer months there when over 500 games are
<br />played on the baseball fields.
<br />programs for many years and has worked at the complex during the summer months
<br />since 1979.
<br />to the management and maintenance of the complex and presented them with silver
<br />pens bearing the Edina Logo.
<br />Manager Rosland introduced Doran
<br />Mr. Waltzer was
<br />Mr. Belmore has been active in Edina athletic
<br />Manager Rosland commended both men for their outstanding dedication
<br />The Council Members also added their thanks and
<br />CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS ADOPTED.
<br />Member Turner to approve and adopt the consent agenda items as presented.
<br />Motion was made by Member Smith and seconded by
<br />Rollcall :
<br />Ayes: Kelly, Richards, Smith, Turner, Courtney
<br />Motion carried.
<br />*MINUTES OF THE REGULAR AND SPECIAL MEETINGS OF SEPTEMBER 14. 1987 APPROVED.
<br />Motion was made by Member Smith and seconded by Member Turner to approve the
<br />minutes of the Regular and Special Meetings of September 14, 1987.
<br />' Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes.
<br />PUBLIC HEARING CONDUCTED ON 1-494 CORRIDOR STUDY: REPORT APPROVED. Member Turner
<br />advised that on September 23, 1987 the 1-494 Project Management (PMT) unanimously
<br />approved its draft final report for review by the participating cities and
<br />agencies at a public hearing for the purpose of receiving comment thereon.
<br />goal of the PMT is to gain approval by each participating body before the next
<br />meeting on October 28.
<br />beginning steps of the implementation plan, each of which would be subject to
<br />in the Study and that there has truly been an effort to set aside individual
<br />interests in an effort to come up with a plan that is in the best interests of the
<br />area as a whole for the entire corridor.
<br />were present: Dottie Rietow and Gertrude Ulrich, Metropolitan Council
<br />representatives; Alison Fuhr, RTB; and Connie Kozlak, PMT coordinator.
<br />absence of Dick Wolsfeld, BRW, consultant for the Study, Connie Kozlak presented a
<br />summary of the report.
<br />initiated the 1-494 Corridor Study in cooperation with MN/DOT, the'Regiona1
<br />Transit Board, the Metropolitan Airports Commission, Hennepin County, and the .
<br />cities of Richfield, Bloomington, Edina, Eden Praire and Minnetonka. A Project
<br />Management Team representing the participants worked with the consultant to
<br />develop a corridor plan.
<br />2) Transit Services, 3) Travel Demand Management, 4) Roadway Capacity
<br />Improvements, 5) Funding Resources, and 6) Implementation Program. Components
<br />such as transit service improvements, travel demand management strategies
<br />(ridesharing, variable work hours, ramp metering, transportation management
<br />organization) and land development strategies are prerequisites to completing
<br />major roadway improvements along 1-494.
<br />to be necessary even after roadway capacity improvements are made, they are needed
<br />If that is .accomplished they can proceed with the
<br />She added that she appreciated the cooperation of all the participants
<br />She introduced those participants who
<br />In the
<br />c She recalled that in 1986,the Metropolitan Council
<br />The plan contains six components: 1) Land Development,
<br />Although these components will continue