MINUTES OF THE MANKATO CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING, MONDAY, JULY 23, 1990



                                CALL TO ORDER

   A Regular Meeting of the Mankato City Council was held commencing at 7:00
p.m. on the 23rd day of July with Vernon K. Carstensen presiding.  Mayor
Carstensen called the meeting to order.  Council Members Michael Kennedy,
Kathleen Sheran, Michael Davis, Claire Faust, Tom McLaughlin, Tony Knapp,
City Manager William A. Bassett, Assistant City Manager David Ellison, City
Attorney Eileen M. Wells, and Secretary of the Council Sandra R. Paulson were
present.

          CERTIFICATES OF COMMENDATION TO ASIAN-PACIFIC MINNESOTANS

   The Council presented Certificates of Commendation from the Governor's
Office to the following individuals in recognition of their volunteer
contribution of leadership, expertise, and time to the Council on Asian-
Pacific Minnesotans:  Dr. Margaret Preska, Don Craig, Ph.D., Jan Forfang,
MPH, Mary Gleason, Lynn Guenett, Sandy Gunluck, Dr. James Hernandez, Robbie
Weihrauch, Frank and Yen Yen Chin, Dr. Rudy Domingo, Hue Lee, Kuhn Lee,
Ph.D., and Hanh Huy Phan.
   Mayor Carstensen presented a certificate from the Bend of the River
Festival Committee to Mr. Bassett.

                             APPROVAL OF AGENDA

   Mayor Carstensen asked if there were any corrections or changes to be
made to the agenda.
   Mr. McLaughlin stated he had a report to make under Reports of Council
Members.  Mr. Bassett requested the Council meet in executive session after
adjournment to discuss a pending litigation regarding Mankato Environmental
Services, Inc., Madison East Properties, and Arthur Symens versus the City of
Mankato, its Council Members, General Growth Development, Inc., and VenStar
Corporation.
   There being no further corrections or changes, Mr. Faust moved and Mr.
Davis seconded a motion to adopt the amended agenda.  With all members voting
in favor, the motion carried.

                             APPROVAL OF MINUTES

   Mayor Carstensen asked if there were any corrections or changes to be
made to the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of July 9, 1990.
   Mr. Knapp requested page 130, second paragraph, be changed to reflect
that he voted against the motion.
   There being no further corrections or changes, Ms. Sheran moved and Mr.
Knapp seconded a motion to adopt the amended minutes.  With all members
voting in favor, the motion carried.

                            CITY MANAGER'S REPORT

(6.1)  Mr. Bassett reported on a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to
Enter into an Agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation to
Provide Operating and Capital Funds for the City's Public Transit System for
1991.  
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   There being no discussion, Ms. Sheran moved and Mr. Faust seconded a
motion to adopt the Resolution.  With all members voting in favor, the motion
carried.

(6.2)  Mr. Bassett reported on a Resolution Adopting Polling Places for the
Primary Election on Tuesday, September 11, 1990.  He stated he would like to
make one change to the list of polling places which would be the use of the
City's Utility Maintenance Shop at Sibley Park instead of St. Joseph the
Worker Church for Precinct No. 14.  He stated St. Joseph the Worker Church is
not available for the Primary and General Elections.  Therefore, instead of
changing the polling place for the General Election, staff is suggesting to
use the Utility Maintenance Shop which would be available for both elections.
   Following a brief discussion, Mr. McLaughlin moved and Mr. Knapp seconded
a motion to adopt the Resolution.  With all members voting in favor, the
motion carried.

(6.3)  Mr. Bassett stated at a recent Work Session the Council asked Ms.
Sheran to work with staff to prepare a proposal for a program for
neighborhood improvement projects.  Ms. Sheran stated she has worked with
Perry Wood, and she would like to go through this proposal page-by-page with
the Council to get their input and/or suggestions.  Mayor Carstensen stated
the Council would hear Ms. Sheran until 7:30 p.m., and if she isn't finished
in covering the material, the Council can discuss it further under
Miscellaneous Business.  She stated the City Council would appropriate
$25,000 per year for the five year program, and the program would be
administered by the Mankato Area Foundation.  She stated the foundation has
yet to approve of this.  Some of the Council Members indicated they felt a
little uncomfortable having the Mankato Area Foundation administer the
program as the City is contributing the money and should have some control. 
The consensus of the Council was the Mankato Area Foundation could review the
applications and make recommendations to the Council.  The Council would then
have the final approval.  A discussion was held on the amount of money which
would be allocated for the program.  The Council, seeing it was past 7:30
p.m., ended the discussion on this matter until Miscellaneous Business.

(6.4)  Mr. Bassett stated a representative of the Downtown Parking Task Force
would like to present a report to the Council.
   Julie Kroubetz, 418 South Fourth Street, stated the task force is
recommending the Council grant a 30 day extension of the current parking
experiment which is free parking after 5:00 p.m. during the week and on
weekends at the parking meters and parking ramps.  She stated Art Petrie is
developing a proposal which he would like to discuss with the Council.
   Art Petrie, presented a report to the Council regarding the expenditures
and revenues derived from the Parking System through June 1990.  He stated he
believes the parking ramps are breaking even.  He would like the Council to
grant a 30-day extension in order to give the downtown merchants time to
prepare a proposal to take over the parking system which includes the ramps,
meters, repairs and maintenance, enforcement, depreciation, etc.  They intend
to set aside the needed money for the maintenance, repairs, and depreciation. 
If they feel they can operate the system, they would like to City Council
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enter into a contract with the City in which the City has the option to
withdraw with no notice.  
   Mr. Faust requested the Finance Director to prepare a financial report
for the Council.  
   Following a brief discussion, Mr. Kennedy moved and Mr. Knapp seconded a
motion to grant an extension of the current parking experiment until August
27th.  With all members voting in favor, the motion carried.  The Council
requested Mr. Petrie to provide his proposal to the Council with ample time
before August 27th.  Mr. Petrie stated he will provide the proposal to the
Council by August 13th.

(6.5)  Mr. Bassett requested the Council to table the Resolution Giving
Preliminary Approval to Issuance of Bonds to Refund Housing Development
Revenue Bonds (Stadium Housing Associates Project) of the City until August
13, 1990.
   There being no discussion, Ms. Sheran moved and Mr. Davis seconded a
motion to table the Resolution.  With all members voting in favor, the motion
carried.

(6.6)  Mr. Bassett reported on a Resolution Relating to Commercial
Development Bonds (Mankato Campus Associates Project); Authorizing the
Execution of a Second Supplemental Indenture of Trust and Certain Other
Documents.  He stated the owner of the bonds and the issuer have a request to
modify the bond resolution for IRS reasons, and it would be characterized as
a refunding issue.  He stated there will be no change in the make up of the
bonds nor the person holding the bonds.  He stated under the current City
policy, there is a $3,000 application fee for the issuance of bonds.  While
technically a "refunding", the request by Mankato Campus Associates is
actually a change in the terms of an existing bond issue.  Staff is
recommending Mankato Campus Associates be charged the actual expenses
incurred in these changes instead of the $3,000 fee.  Staff also recommends
the policy be amended to charge only actual expenses incurred when the
changes are technical in nature and involve an existing bond issue.
   Following a brief discussion, Ms. Sheran moved and Mr. Faust seconded a
motion to adopt a Resolution to Amend City Policy Regarding Bond Issues to
charge only the actual cost when it involves an existing bond issue and is
technical in nature.  With all members voting in favor, the motion carried.
   Mr. Knapp moved and Mr. Kennedy seconded a motion to adopt the Resolution
for the Mankato Campus Associates Project.  With all members voting in favor,
the motion carried.

                         REPORTS OF COUNCIL MEMBERS

(7.2)  Mr. McLaughlin reported Kato Sanitation is expanding their curb side
plastic recycling, and there will be a notice going out in the July 30th
utility bills.  

(7.1)  Mr. Davis stated he recently attended a meeting of a group of
environmentally concerned cities in St. Paul.  There were nine cities who
attended, and eight other cities had expressed an interest in being involved
but were not able to make that particular meeting.  He stated he is City
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recommending the Council adopt a Resolution Authorizing Mankato to Join an
Environmental Cities Group.  He stated the Council's commitment is simply to
join together to share its experiences and knowledge and initiate actions
that will encourage the legislature to react in some of these important
areas.  There is no financial commitment at this time, and if the group
should agree on the need for dues or fees, that matter would be brought
before the Council.  He stated if the Council agrees with this proposal, he
would be willing to serve as the City's representative.  Mr. Faust commented
the group should keep in mind that much of the recycling work has been
delegated to the counties, therefore, there should be constant dialogue with
them.
   There being no further discussion, Mr. Knapp moved and Mr. Kennedy
seconded a motion to adopt the Resolution.  With all members voting in favor,
the motion carried.

                                  HEARINGS

(8.1)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of project hearing for Improvement
No. 89044, alley surfacing from Davis Street to the north between Parry
Street and Norton Street.
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   Bill Friedrich, 114 Davis Street, stated he is concerned about the speed
of the alley once it's improved.  He stated it is basically a dead end
neighborhood, therefore, he is not in favor of the project.
   Kathy Harrington, 360 Parry Street, stated she feels it's rather
expensive.  She stated at the neighborhood meeting, the engineers took a poll
to see who was in favor and who was not.  There were quite a few senior
citizens in attendance, and they were told by the engineers that they could
just as well vote yes as their assessment would be deferred anyway.  She
questioned why the senior citizens should even be allowed to vote then.
   Tom Moorhouse, 368 Parry Street, stated the water accumulates in the back
of his yard.  Therefore, he would like drainage put into the alley.  There is
currently water in the alley now, and there are children who play in it. 
There is also a problem of mosquito infestation.
   Art Frank, 214 Norton Street, stated the drainage is really needed.
   Doug Weihe, 230 Norton Street, stated he shares the same concerns that
Mr. Moorhouse does.  The holes in the alley are getting deeper and deeper. 
He suggested speed bumps be put into the alley to slow down the traffic after
it is improved.
   There being no one else wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   Mr. Bassett informed the Council that the improvement does include a
drainage system.  Ms. Sheran reminded the audience that senior citizens may
defer their assessment, but they are still responsible for it.
   Following a discussion on the assessment roll, Mr. Knapp moved and Mr.
Davis seconded a motion to adopt a Resolution Ordering Improvement No. 89044
and Approving Plans and Specifications and Ordering Advertisement for Bids
and a Resolution Declaring Costs to be Assessed and Ordering Preparation of
Proposed Assessment for Improvement No. 89044.  With all members voting in
favor, the motion carried.

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(8.2)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of a project hearing for
Improvement No. 89045, alley surfacing from Carney Avenue to Woodland Avenue
between West Fifth Street and Park Lane.
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   Tim Volk, 627 Park Lane, stated he would like to know what utilities are
under the alley and which ones need to be replaced.  He stated he would like
to know if the alley will get sealed, and if the alley will get patrolled by
Public Safety and if the speed will also be posted.  Mr. Davis stated the
police officers have been down there at least one or twice a day issuing
tickets to people.  Mr. McLaughlin stated the police officers patrol alleys
very often after they are improved.  Mr. Bassett stated the alley is sealed
usually the second or third year after it is improved.
   Joel Schultz, 607 Park Lane, stated he is worried about the natural gas
company fixing their line every three years and tearing up the new alley. 
Therefore, could the City get a guarantee from them that this won't happen. 
Mr. Bassett stated the City requires them to repair their lines, and it can't
prevent them from repairing their leaks.  
   There being no one else wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   Mr. Bassett stated staff received correspondence from Mrs. Paul
Friedrichs, 514 Carney Avenue, who was opposed to the project because she is
a senior citizen who is on a fixed income.  He stated staff will respond to
Mrs. Friedrichs by explaining the senior citizen deferral.
   There being no discussion, Mr. Faust moved and Mr. Davis seconded a
motion to adopt a Resolution Ordering Improvement No. 89045 and Approving
Plans and Specifications and Ordering Advertisement for Bids and a Resolution
Declaring Costs to be Assessed and Ordering Preparation of Proposed
Assessment for Improvement No. 89045.  With all members voting in favor, the
motion carried.

(8.3)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of a project hearing for
Improvement No. 89049, alley surfacing from Sibley Street to Carney Avenue
between Blue Earth Street and West Seventh Street.
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   Jack Harmer stated he is representing his sister who owns two houses on
Lot 1, Block 162.  He stated the low point in the alley is at 819 Carney
Avenue, and there is a severe problem with the drainage.  He stated he is
real concerned about the drainage even with the engineer's plan of an
inverted plan for the alley.  He would like some assurance that they won't be
flooded when there is a heavy rain.  If there's a heavy rain, the water will
leave the inverted crown.  
   Lynette Struck, 817 Carney Avenue, stated she lives on the other side of
the alley, and she is highly in favor of paving the alley as she is tired of
the dirt and dust.
   There being no one else wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   Following a discussion concerning the drainage of the alley, Mr. Faust
moved and Ms. Sheran seconded a motion to continue the hearing to August 13th
so that the City Engineer can provide a report as to how Mr. Harmer's
drainage problems could be solved.  With all members voting in favor, the
motion carried.

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(8.4)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of a project hearing for
Improvement No. 89020, without petition, necessary sanitary sewer, watermain,
storm drainage, curb and gutter, and surfacing on Hoffman Road from Thomas
Park Court to Trunk Highway No. 22.  He stated staff is recommending to
continue the hearing to August 27, 1990.
   There being no discussion, Mr. Davis moved and Ms. Sheran seconded a
motion to continue the hearing to August 13, 1990.  With all members voting
in favor, the motion carried.

(8.5)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of a project hearing for
Improvement No. 88042, alley surfacing from Ruth Street to Mabel Street
between Broad Street and Second Street.
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   There being no one wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   There being no discussion, Mr. McLaughlin moved and Mr. Knapp seconded a
motion to adopt a Resolution Ordering Improvement No. 88042 and Approving
Plans and Specifications and Ordering Advertisement for Bids and a Resolution
Declaring Costs to be Assessed and Ordering Preparation of Proposed
Assessment for Improvement No. 88042.  With all members voting in favor, the
motion carried.

(8.6)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of an assessment hearing for
Improvement No. 84044, necessary sanitary sewer, watermain, including
services, storm drainage, grading, base, curb and gutter, and bituminous
surfacing to construct a 36 foot wide street with parking on northeast side
only on Agency Road from Main Street to Glenwood Avenue, excluding sidewalk
construction.  He stated this is to correct Mark Sheidel's assessment (1
Petticoat Lane).
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   There being no one wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   There being no discussion, Ms. Sheran moved and Mr. Kennedy seconded a
motion to adopt a Resolution Adopting Amended Assessment for Improvement No.
84044.  With all members voting in favor, the motion carried.

(8.7)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of an assessment hearing for
Improvement No. 86046, alley surfacing from Belleview Strete to Kreig Street
between Winkler Street and Swiss Street.
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   There being no one wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   There being no discussion, Mr. McLaughlin moved and Mr. Davis seconded a
motion to adopt a Resolution Adopting Assessment for Improvement No. 86046. 
With all members voting in favor, the motion carried.

(8.8)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of an assessment hearing for
Improvement No. 87031, alley surfacing from Maxfield Street to Spruce Street
between Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue.
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   Ken Steinhaus, 1406 Third Avenue, stated there is a foot drop from City
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Spruce Street to Maxfield Street, therefore, which way is the water going to
go when it gets to Maxfield Street.  He also questioned how many trees were
going to be removed along the alley.  Mr. Bassett stated he doesn't know the
answers to his two concerns, however, he will have the City Engineer contact
him.
   There being no one else wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   There being no discussion, Mr. Knapp moved and Mr. Faust seconded a
motion to adopt a Resolution Adopting Assessment for Improvement No. 87031. 
With all members voting in favor, the motion carried.

(8.9)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of an assessment hearing for
Improvement No. 89031, alley surfacing from Spruce Street to Chestnut Street
between Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue.
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   Don Nierman, 1521 Fourth Avenue, stated he would like to present a
petition to the Council.  He stated there are eight people out of 10 lots who
don't want the improvement.  Many of the property owners are senior citizens
who are on fixed incomes.  Therefore, he would request the Council to
reconsider their decision ordering the improvement.
   Following a short discussion, Mr. Kennedy moved and Mr. Davis seconded a
motion to reconsider the vote on approving the project.  With all members
voting in favor, the motion carried.  Mr. McLaughlin then moved and Mr. Faust
seconded a motion to continue the assessment hearing to August 13, 1990. 
With all members voting in favor, the motion carried.  Mr. Bassett stated
staff will send to all property owners a letter stating the Council is
reconsidering the project at the August 13th meeting and explain the senior
citizen deferral process.

(8.10)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of hearing on a Resolution of the
City of Mankato Vacating Street Right-of-Way (R & R Properties and River Hill
Mall Limited Partnership).  
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   There being no one wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   There being no discussion, Mr. Knapp moved and Mr. Davis seconded a
motion to adopt the Resolution.  With all members voting in favor, the motion
carried.

                             PLANNING COMMISSION

(9.1-9.3)  Mr. Bassett requested the Council set August 13, 1990 as date of
hearing on a Resolution Vacating Right-of-Way and Utility Easements (Graybar
Electric Company and Sylvan V. Crooker), an Ordinance Annexing Property to
the Corporate Limits of the City of Mankato (petitioned by James M. Kotz),
and an Ordinance Annexing Property to the Corporate Limits of the City of
Mankato (petitioned by Jim Fallenstein and Harland Drumm).
   Following a brief discussion, Ms. Sheran moved and Mr. Faust seconded a
motion to set date of hearing on the Resolution and Ordinances.  With all
members voting in favor, the motion carried.

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                                  VARIANCES

(10.1)  Mr. Bassett reported on a Resolution of the Council of the City of
Mankato Granting a Variance under the Mankato Zoning Ordinance (Charles
Sadaka).  He stated the Planning Commission will be holding a hearing on a
Conditional Use Permit on July 25th, therefore, staff is requesting to table
this Variance request to August 13th in order that the Council may receive
the Planning Commission's recommendation on the Conditional Use Permit first.
   The contractor for the project stated to the Council that Mr. Sadaka is
willing to go the way with the residents regarding the water project.  The
neighbors' ground is just as low as Mr. Sadaka's, and there is no drainage.  
   Following a brief discussion, Mr. Davis moved and Mr. Knapp seconded a
motion to table the hearing on the Variance to August 13, 1990.  With all
members voting in favor, the motion carried.

(10.2-10.3)  Mr. Bassett requested the Council set August 13, 1990 as date of
hearing by request of Winona Street Associates, 709 Winona Street, for a
Variance to reduce the front yard setback to 16 feet for the purpose of
building a single family dwelling, and Cliff Kyes Motel, 1727 North
Riverfront Drive, for a Variance to reduce the front yard setback to zero
feet for a nine unit motel addition.
   There being no discussion, Mr. Knapp moved and Mr. Faust seconded a
motion to set date of hearing for the variance requests.  With all members
voting in favor, the motion carried.

                                 ORDINANCES

(11.1)  Mr. Bassett stated this is the date of hearing on an Ordinance
Amending Section 10.36 of the Municipal Code of the City of Mankato (sign
ordinance).  
   Mayor Carstensen opened the public hearing for testimony.
   George Wanke, owner of "Signs by George" asked the Council why there is
an amendment being made.  He asked if someone has built a sign larger than
what it should be.  Mr. Knapp stated that is correct.  The City has built a
sign at the Eastwood Industrial Centre which is bigger than it should be. 
Mr. Wanke questioned if a variance could be applied for instead of amending
the City Code.  He recommended the Council protect the sign ordinance which
they currently have.  
   There being no one else wishing to appear before the Council to give
testimony, Mayor Carstensen declared the public hearing closed.
   Mr. Bassett stated that he would like to consult with the Planning
Department, therefore, he requested the Council to continue the hearing to
August 13, 1990. 
   There being no discussion, Mr. McLaughlin moved and Mr. Faust seconded a
motion to continue the hearing to August 13, 1990.  With all members voting
in favor, the motion carried.

                                  LICENSES

(12.1)  Mr. Bassett stated staff is requesting approval of the application of
North Mankato American Legion to conduct lawful gambling at Adrian's, 1812
South Riverfront Drive.
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   There being no discussion, Mr. Kennedy moved and Mr. Davis seconded a
motion to approve the application.  With all members voting in favor, the
motion carried.

(12.2)  Mr. Bassett stated staff is requesting approval of the renewal
application of Mankato Area Hockey Association to conduct lawful gambling at
Square Deal, 521 South Front Street.
   There being no discussion, Mr. Davis moved and Mr. Kennedy seconded a
motion to approve the renewal application.  With all members voting in favor,
the motion carried.

                           MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

   The Council continued the discussion regarding Item No. 6.3, a proposal
for a program for neighborhood improvement projects.  The consensus was to
continue the discussion to 4:00 p.m. on Monday, July 30th.

                                 ADJOURNMENT

   There being no further discussion to come before the Council, Mayor
Carstensen declared the meeting adjourned at 9:35 p.m.  The Council then went
into closed session in order to discuss a pending lawsuit.

                                 Minutes Approved.


                                 _____________________________________
                                     Vernon K. Carstensen, Mayor

ATTEST:


_______________________________________
         Sandra R. Paulson
       Secretary of the Council
                       MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING
                               AUGUST 2, 1990


                                CALL TO ORDER

   A Special Meeting of the City Council was held commencing at 11:45 a.m.
on the 2nd day of August, 1990, with Mayor Vernon K. Carstensen presiding. 
Mayor Carstensen called the meeting to order.  Council Members Michael Davis,
Michael Kennedy, Kathleen Sheran, Tom McLaughlin, Assistant City Manager
David Ellison, City Attorney, Eileen M. Wells, and Secretary of the Council
Sandra R. Paulson were present.
   Mayor Carstensen stated that the purpose of this meeting is to consider
an application from the Mankato Area Jaycees for a Non-Intoxicating Malt
Liquor License for the Vikings' scrimmage on Sunday, August 5, 1990.  It was
explained by staff to the Council that the Jaycees were late in submitting
their application, therefore, to call a Special Meeting was necessary as the
Council must approve or disapprove the license.  Ms. Sheran stated she is
uncomfortable with this request as very recently a similar situation occurred
whereby The Exchange was late in submitting an application, and the Council
denied it.  Therefore, how is this application any different.  Mr. Kennedy
replied The Exchange's application was presented at a Council work session,
and the Council would have had to give preliminary approval and then give a
formal approval at their regular meeting later.  
   Following a brief discussion, Mr. Davis moved and Mr. Kennedy seconded a
motion to approve the application.  With all members voting in favor, the
motion carried.
   The meeting was adjourned at 11:55 a.m.

                                     Minutes Approved.


                                     ________________________________
                                       Vernon K. Carstensen, Mayor

ATTEST:


_____________________________________
          Sandra R. Paulson 
       Secretary of the Council


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