1888-1989 Archive Minutes
Minutes 1975 - 1989
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MN[JTES <br />OF TIIE REGUIAR MEETING OF !CHE <br />EDINB CITY COUNCIL HELD AT CITY J3AI.L <br />NOVEXBER 20, 1989 <br />127 <br />ROLLCALL Answering rollcall were Members Kelly, Paulus, Rice, Smith and Mayor <br />Richards. <br />AWARD PRESENTED TO BRAEMAR GOLF COURSE FOR ANNIJAL MINNESOTA GOLF TOURNAMENT FOR <br />PHYSICAILY DISABLED <br />Kenny Institute and Rick Miller, Production Administrator at Honeywell, presented <br />an award plaque to Braemar Golf Course in appreciation of their support and <br />promotion of the Annual Minnesota Golf Tournament for the Physically Disabled from <br />1982 thru 1989. John Vallerie, Golf Course Manager, received the plaque on behalf <br />of Braemar Golf Course. <br />Susan Hagel, Director of Therapetic Recreation at Sister <br />Ms. Hagel explained that the league for the physically disabled has been playing <br />at Braemar since the summer of 1980 when Mr. Vallerie responded to their needs and <br />started the program. <br />The league now has between 30 and 40 golfers. <br />Division became involved and provided publicity and volunteers for the <br />tournaments. <br />disabled golfers participating. <br />course. Mr. Miller said that being involved has meant a lot, to him personally, <br />and to the Honeywell volunteers and they have come away with a strong feeling of <br />interaction. <br />a delight to work with Ms. Hagel and the golfers and that this tournament is <br />different in that the people involved are actually participants. <br />and the Council Members added their commendation of Mr. Vallerie for the excellent <br />job he has done in managing Braemar Golf Course. <br />EDINA HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM COMMENDED <br />resolution of commendation to the Edina High School 1989-90 Girls' Tennis Team for <br />recent accomplishments in conference and section play and in winning the State <br />Championship. <br />In the beginning there were about six individuals involved. <br />Honeywell Underseas Systems <br />The 7th Annual Golf Tournament was held on August 11 with 58 <br />The winning score was an 86 on the 18-hole <br />On behalf of Braemar management, Mr. Vallerie said that it has been <br />Manager Rosland <br />Mayor Richards presented a <br />The resolution was unanimously adopted. <br />CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS ADOPTED <br />Member Kelly to approve and adopt the consent agenda items as presented with the <br />exception of the removal of item V1.B - Revolving Entrance Door - Golf Dome. <br />Motion was made by Member Smith and was seconded by <br />Rollcall : <br />Ayes: Kelly, Paulus, Rice, Smith, Richards <br />Motion carried. <br />SECOND READING FOR ORDINANCE NO. 804 (REGULATING PLATS AND SUBDIVISIONS) AND <br />DISTRICT) CONTINUED TO 12/4/89 Mayor Richards acknowledged a letter dated <br />November 20, 1989 addressed to the Council from Peter K. Beck, Larkin, Hoffman, <br />written on behalf of Steven Utne, owner of property located at 5257 Lochloy Drive <br />(Lot 6, Block 1, Edina Highlands) relating to proposed Ordinance No. 804 and <br />related Zoning Ordinance amendments. <br />Planner Craig Larsen stated that this is a continuation of the public hearing on <br />the adoption of a new subdivision ordinance (No. 804) and related amendment to the <br />Zoning Ordinance (No. 825-A30). The proposed ordinance has been amended to <br />reflect changes made by the Council in the following areas: <br />ORDINANCE NO. 825-A30 (REQUIRING MINIMUM LOT AREAS FOR CERTAIN LOTS IN R-1 <br />1. <br />2. <br />The definition of neighborhood has been changed to reflect the definition <br />The ordinance has been revised to require the proponent to certify both <br />considered by the Council at its November 6, 1989 meeting. <br />the posting of the sign and mailed notice to the neighborhood before the <br />application is accepted for processing. <br />The ordinance continues to contain the "shall deny" language in 3.
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