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-_. 98 MINUTES <br />OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />EDINA CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HALL <br />FEBRUARY 1, 1988 <br />Answering rollcall were Members Kelly, Smith and Turner. <br />the meeting. <br />UPDATE GIVEN ON 1988 CENTENNIAL. <br />appreciation of the Council Members to Betty Hemstad and Kay Bach, Co-Chairs, and <br />Dennis Maetzold, Treasurer, for all the planning that has been done for the <br />Centennial and the results that are now taking shape. <br />that the Centennial was off to a roaring start and that the main goal for the <br />month of January was to make sure that anyone that lives or works in Edina knows <br />that this is the year of the Centennial. She said that the word is out and the <br />spirit is contagious. Kay Bach reported that the construction of the ice castle <br />is proceeding and then gave the schedule of the various events for the month of <br />February. <br />significant deviation from the budgets approved for the various committees. <br />the standpoint of income, the Centennial is doing very well and funding raising <br />activities have been under way for about a year, especially with regard to <br />generating major sponsors for the various events. A cushion has been developed <br />over and above what is needed for operating expenses and they are confident that <br />there will be a nice contribution towards the lasting memorial at the end of the <br />year. <br />goal, the raffle is under way, and the solicitation of funds from small businesses <br />in Edina (approximately 2,000) has begun. Regarding memorabilia, Ceil Smith <br />advised that items will be available at City Hall, the Community Center and <br />Edinborough Park and some 30 small businesses will have order blanks. <br />wine glasses will be sold in the liquor stores and the wine should be available on <br />February 8. <br />for the All America City Award and wilLbe asking the Council, the School Board <br />and the Centennial Commission to act as sponsors. <br />Member Turner chaired <br />Member Turner expressed the thanks and <br />Betty Hemstad announced <br />Dennis Maetzold reported that the Centennial is solvent and there is no <br />From <br />Individual giving through the direct mail campaign is almost at 50% of the <br />Centennial <br />Member Turner mentioned that the Founders’ Day Committee is applying <br />CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS ADOPTED. <br />Member Kelly 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, Smith, Turner <br />Motion carried. <br />*MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF JANUARY 24. 1988 APPROVED. <br />Member Smith and seconded by Member Kelly to approve the minutes of the Regular <br />Meeting of January 25, 1988 as submitted. <br />Motion was made by <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, three ayes. <br />*LOT DIVISION APPROVED FOR LOT 14. BLOCK 1. GLEASON COURT. Motion was made by <br />Member Smith and seconded by Member Kelly to adopt the following the resolution: <br />WEEREAS, the folloving described property is at present a single tract of land: <br />RHlBEAS, the owner has requested the subdivision of said tract into separate <br />parcels (herein called NParcelsN) described as follows: <br />RESOLUTION <br />Lot14, Blockl, GLEASON COURT; and <br />Parcel A - That part of Lot 14, Block 1, GI;EBSON COURT, according to the <br />record plat there of, City of Edina, Hennepin County, Hbnesota, lying <br />easterly, of a line drawn from a point on the north line of said Lot 14 <br />distant 58.48 feet east of the northwest comer thereof, as measured along <br />said north line, to a point on the south line of said Lot 14 distant 76.43 <br />feet east of the southwest corner thereof, as measured along said south line, <br />and reserving easements of record; and <br />Parcel B - That part of Lot 14, Block 1, GI;EBSON COURT, according to the <br />record plat there of, City of Edina, Hennepin County, Minnesota, lying <br />westerly, of a line drawn from a point on the north line of said Lot 14 <br />distant 58.48 feet east of the northwest comer thereof, as measured along <br />said north line, to a point on the south line of said Lot 14 distant 76.43 <br />and reserving easements of record. <br />-. / feet east of the southwest comer thereof, as measured along said south line, <br />WEEREAS, it has been determined that compliance with the Subdivision and Zoning <br />Regulations of the City of Edina will create an unnecessary hardship and said <br />Parcels as separate tracts of land do not interfere with the purposes of the <br />Subdivision and Zoning Regulations as contained in the City of Edina Ordinance <br />Nos. 801 and 825; <br />NOW, THEBEFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Edina <br />that the conveyance and ownership of said Parcels as separate tracts of land is <br />hereby approved and the requirements and provisions of Ordinance No. 801 and <br />ordinance No. 825 are hereby waived to allow said division and conveyance thereof <br />as separate tracts of land but are not waived for any other purpose or as to any <br />other provision thereof, and subject, however, to the provision that no further <br />subdivision be made of said Parcels unless made in compliance with the pertinent <br />ordinances of the City of Edina or with the prior approval of this Council as may <br />be provided for by those ordinances. <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, three ayes. <br />I <br />I <br />I