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198 <br />OF THE <br />EDIl!?A CITY <br />HIXtTCZS <br />REGULAR MEETING OF THE <br />COUNCIL HELD AT CITY HAIL <br />HAY 1, 1989 <br />ROLTXALL Answering rollcall were Members Kelly, Paulus, Rice, Smith and Richards. <br />CHECK PRESENTED To CITY FROM CENTENNIBL COMIISSION <br />a check in the amount of $221,000.00 has been presented to the City from the <br />Centennial Commission for the lasting memorial at Arneson Acres. <br />Council and the City, he expressed thanks and appreciation for the efforts of <br />Go-Chairs Betty Hemstad and Kay Bach and for all who worked on the 1988 <br />Centennial. <br />Mayor Richards announced that <br />On behalf of the <br />JOHHMOY" DAY - HAY 24 PROCLBIHED Motion of Member Smith was seconded by <br />Member Kelly for adoption of the following resolution which was read by Mayor <br />Richards : <br />WHEREAS, John Moynihan has served the children and staff of the Edina Schools for <br />39 years--as teacher for two years and then as Principal of Concord and Creek <br />Valley Schools since 1952; and <br />UHERJVS, he has lovingly touched the lives of more than 4,000 elementary students: <br />and <br />WHEREAS, he organized the opening of Creek Valley School in 1969 and has worked <br />with parent groups of that community for twenty years; and <br />'AHEREBS, he has semed as unofficial historian to Edina Schools: and <br />TJHEBEBS, John, his wife, Florence, their family of eight children, and a growing <br />number of grandchildren have been stellar community members: and <br />FJHEREBS, he "believes in Edina" and has always been an ardent booster of the City; <br />NOW, THEREPORE, I, Frederick S. Richards, hereby proclaim May 24, 1989, as <br />JOHN MOY" DAY <br />in the City of Edina, Minnesota, and on behalf of all citizens express our sincere <br />appreciation to him for his unselfish and dedicated service to this community. <br />Motion was adopted unanimously. <br />PROCLAMATION <br />NINA IELTZHS COMMENDED <br />she was the recipient of the 1988 Crime Fund Outstanding Achievement Award. <br />said that Mrs. Williams was hired during August 1988 as Edina's Crime Prevention <br />Coordinator, which is a parttime position funded entirely by the Crime Prevention <br />Fund. Her expertise and energy has dramatically improved the Department's crime <br />prevention effort. <br />people in various crime prevention techniques. <br />pamphlets and newsletters and has tailor-made a crime prevention program for <br />muItiple dwellings. Manager Rosland commended Mrs. Williams for her tireless <br />efforts in the crime prevention program and presented her with a silver pen <br />bearing the City logo. <br />appreciation of her work. <br />Manager Rosland introduced Neva Williams and stated that <br />He <br />In a relatively short time she has instructed hundreds of <br />She has also written and produced <br />Members of the Council joined in expressing their <br />CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS ADOPTED <br />Member Rice to approve and adopt the consent agenda items as presented with the <br />exception of the removal of items IV.E and IV.F. <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Kelly, Paulus, Rice, Smith, Richards <br />Motion carried. <br />Motion was made by Member Smith and was seconded by <br />*HEARING DATE SET FOR FINAL DEVELO~ PLAN - SUPERAMERICA Motion was made by <br />Member Smith and was seconded by Member Paulus setting Hay 15, 1989 as hearing <br />date for Final Development Plan - SuperAmerica, 5205 Vernon Avenue. <br />Motion carried on rollcall vote, five ayes. <br />SPECIBL CONCERN OF RESIDIZPJT HEARD Dr. Paul Carson, 6001 Pine Grove Road, referred <br />to the Council action of April 17, 1989 regarding the Blake Road improvement and