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1991-12-17 City Council Minutes MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE EAGAN, CITY COUNCIL Eagan, Minnesota December 17, 1991 A regular meeting of the Eagan City Council was held on Tuesday, December 17, 1991, at the Eagan Municipal Center. Present were Mayor Egan and Councilmembers Wachter, Gustafson, McCrea, and Pawlenty. Also present were City Administrator Hedges, Community Development Director Dale Runkle, Director of Public Works Tom Colbert, and City Attorney James Sheldon. City Administrator Hedges advised the City Council that Personnel Items 4-7 had been added to the Consent Agenda. Wachter moved, Pawlenty seconded, a motion to approve the agenda for the December 17,1991, regular City Council meeting as amended. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Pawlenty moved, McCrea seconded, a motion to approve the minutes for the December 3, 1991, regular City Council meeting as presented. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT/ACKNOWLEDGE VOLUNTEER SERVICES Joseph Connolly retired from the City as its Superintendent of Utilities on September 20. Since that time he has served as a Consultant/Project Manager for the Water Treatment Plant which was completed November 29. When asked to present an invoice for services rendered, Mr. Connolly indicated his desire to donate the 80+ hours of professional contractual time to the City in appreciation for his "21 years of employment with the City of Eagan." The City Council acknowledged Mr. Connolly's generous donation and expressed their gratitude on behalf of the citizens of Eagan. Councilmember Wachter asked a number of questions regarding several items on the Consent Agenda but his biggest concerns were in regard to Item U, the 1992 Fee Schedule for the Consulting Engineers' Contracts. (Because Short-Elliott-Hendrickson's contract runs from April 1991 to April 1992, it was not considered at this time). The Councilmember questioned why one consultant's fees were so much higher than the other. The City Council asked staff to provide an analysis of the fees so that comparisons can be made between like services. Councilmember McCrea noted that if after the analysis one firm is still significantly higher than the other, efforts should be made to find another more competitive company. A. Personnel Items Item 1. 1992 Wages & Benefits/Non-Collective Bargaining Employees--It was recommended that the proposed compensation and benefits adjustment plan for non-collective bargaining employees be approved as presented. Item 2. Patrol Officer/Police Department--It was recommended that the hiring of Judy Dretzke as a Police Department Patrol Officer be approved effective January 6, 1992, and that recruitment of a replacement Community Services Officer be authorized. 41, t Page 2/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 Item 3. Winter Recreation Leaders--It was recommended that the hiring of Mike Bland, Steve Cramer, Martha Henderson, Roger Johnson, Chad Krueger, Chris Larson, David Lilja, Matthew Marxer, Michael Marxer, Jason Myrlie, Joe Rossini, Mark Stangenes, Ross Vrieze, Tom Wise, Nathan Young, Benita Soller and Richard Homes be hired as temporary seasonal recreation leaders for the 1991/1992 winter recreation season. Item 4. Police Collective Bargaining Agreement, 1992/1993--It was recommended that the Police Collective Bargaining Agreement for 1992 and 1993 be approved subject to ratification by the bargaining unit for the contract. Item 5. Sergeants' Collective Bargaining Agreement, 1992/1993--It was recommended that the Sergeants' Collective Bargaining Agreement for 1992 and 1993 be approved. Item 6. Utilities Supervisor--It was recommended that the hiring of Kelley Janes as Utilities Supervisor (Sewer Section) be approved. Item 7. Pre-School Program Instructor--It was recommended that the hiring of Elizabeth Alders as a seasonal pre-school program instructor be approved. B. Approve Audit Enangement With Deloitte & Touche. December 31, 1991 Audit It was recommended that the engagement letter with Deloitte & Touche to provide auditing and arbitrage rebate calculation services for the year ended December 31, 1991, be approved and the City Clerk authorized to execute acceptance on behalf of the City. C. Approve Special Revenue Fund Budeet It was recommended that the 1992 special revenue fund budgets and the transfer of assets from the senior housing fund to the 1980 single family mortgage revenue bond redemption fund be approved. D. Renewal. Cigarette Licenses It was recommended that the 1992 cigarette licenses be approved as presented in Exhibit A. E. Renewal. Refuse Hauler Licenses It was recommended that the 1992 refuse hauler licenses be approved as presented in Exhibit B. F. Renewal. Pet Shop Licenses It was recommended that 1992 pet shop licenses be approved for Heartland Pets and Town Centre Pets as presented, subject to the payment of the $100 license fee. G. Renewal. Tree Maintenance Contractors License It was recommended that the 1992 tree maintenance contractors licenses be approved for. 1) Ark Tree Service, 2) Henning & Rohde Associates, 3) S & S Tree Specialists, and Gary Amundsen Tree Removal, subject to completion of the application, submittal of the required documentation and the $25 license fee. Page 3/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 H. license. Off-Sale Beer. Tom Thumb #273. Change of Address from 4130 Blackhawk Road to 1815 Difey Road It was recommended that an off-sale beer license for Tom Thumb Store #273, 1815 Diffley Road, be approved. L Receive Bids/Award Contract. Flusher Truck It was recommended that the bids be received and the contract for the flusher truck be awarded to Ruffridge-Johnson, Inc., for the Volvo chassis unit as presented. J. Aeroement. Mututal Aid for Use of Police Personnel and Equipment It was recommended that the resolution canceling the existing mutual aid agrement for police personnel and equipment be approved and a new mutual aid agreement executed for 1992. H. Contract 92-02, Receive Bids/Award Contract (Lexington Avenue & Blackhawk Cove - Lift Station For action on this item, refer to the Miscellaneous Items on page L, Contract 89-13. Approve Change Order #10. Cliff Road Water Treatment Plant It was recommended that Change Order #10 to Contract 89-13 (Cliff Road Water Treatment Plant) be approved and the Mayor and City Clerk authorized to execute all related documents. M. Contract 90-13. Approve Final Payment/Acceptance (Effress Addition & Pond JP-67 It was recommended that the 4th and final payment to Ryan Construction Company for Contract 90-13 (Effress Addition & Pond JP-67 - Storm Sewer) be approved in the amount of $7,322.87 and final acceptance authorized subject to appropriate warranty provisions. N. Contract 90-11. Approve Final Payment/Acceptance (Park Center & Rusten Road - Streets & Utilities) It was recommended that the 4th and final payment to Fredrickson Excavating, Inc., for Contract 90-11 (Park Center & Rusten Road - Streets & Utilities) be approved in the amount of $5,391.50 and final acceptance authorized subject to appropriate warranty provisions. 0. Contract 89-T. Acknowledge Completion/Authorize City Maintenance (Lexington Pointe 4th Addition - Streets & Utilities) It was recommended that completion of Contract 89-T (Lexington Pointe 4th Addition - Streets & Utilities) be acknowledged and final acceptance authorized subject to appropriate warranty provisions. P. Contract 90-F. Acknowledge Completion/Authorize City Maintenance (Coventry Pass 2nd Addition - Streets & Utilities) It was recommended that completion of Contract 90-F (Coventry Pass 2nd Addition - Streets & Utilities) be acknowledged and final acceptance authorized subject to appropriate warranty provisions. Page 4/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 Q. Contract 90-0. Acknowledge Completion/A orize City Maintenance (Oaks of Bridgewater 1st Addition - Streets & Utilities) It was recommended that completion of Contract 90-Q (Oaks of Bridgewater 1st Addition - Streets & Utilities) be acknowledged and final acceptance authorized subject to appropriate warranty provisions. R. Contract 89-N Aclmawledge Completion/Authorize City Maintenance (Eagan Center 3rd Addition - Streets & Utilities) It was recommended that completion of Contract 89-N (Eagan Center 3rd Addition - Streets & Utilities) be acknowledged and final acceptance authorized subject to appropriate warranty provisions. S. Prole t 584. Approve Stipulation of Assessment Anneal (Rahn Road. Parcel 10-16700-010-09) It was recommended that the Stipulation for Settlement of the Assessment appeal for Project 584 (Rahn Road, Parcel 10-16700-010-09) be approved and the Mayor & City Clerk authorized to execute all related documents. R-91.81 T. Project 609. Approve Design & Construction Agreement with Dakota County (Cliff Road - Upgrade) It was recommended that the Design and Construction Agreement with Dakota County and the Condemnation Resolution for Project 609 (Cliff Road - Upgrade) be approved and the Mayor and City Clerk authorized to execute all related documents. R-91.82 U. Anurove Amendment to Consulting Engiineers' Contract (1992 Fee Schedule) It was recommended that the amendment to the Consulting Engineers' Contract for Bonestroo, Rosene, Anderlik & Associates and Orr-Schelen-Mayeron & Associates be withdrawn and continued to the January 7, 1992, City Council meeting. V. Project 624. Authorize Feasibility Report/Request MnDOT Cost Participation Agreement (Dodd Road & 494 Interchange Improvements) It was recommended the preparation of a feasibility report for Project 624 (Dodd Road & 494 Interchange Improvements) be authorized and MuDOT requested to finance the improvement through the local cost participation agreement program. Wachter moved, Gustafson seconded, a motion to approve the Consent Agenda with the removal of Item U, Amendment to Consulting Engineers' Contract (1992 Fee Schedule). Aye: 5 Nay: 0 (Item I: Aye: 4 Nay. 0 Abstain: 1 (Egan) DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS/PROJECT 543R SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT Mayor Egan Introduced this item as Project 543R, Approve Stipulations of Settlement, Easement Condemnation and Assessment Appeal (Skyline Road, Lots 8, 9, 10, 13, Treffle Acres. Wachter moved, Gustafson seconded, a motion to approve the stipulations of settlement for Project 543R (Skyline Road) as they pertain to Lots 8, 9, 10, and 13, Treffle Acres and authorized the Mayor and City Clerk to execute all related documents. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Page 5/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 REQUEST TO ADDRESS FINAL PLAT CONSIDER CONTRACT AWARD/MANOR LAKE 4TH ADDITION Mayor Egan introduced this item as a request by the developer to address the final plat for the Manor Lake 4th Addition and consideration of the contract award for Contract 91-12, Manor Lake 4th Addition - Streets and Utilities. City Administrator Hedges advised the City Council that staff had met with developer Bob Middlemist and his attorney, Todd Rapp, and addressed the issues outlined in Mr. Middlemist's letter of December 6, 1991. Mr. Hedges said, with Mr. Middlemist's concurrence, that all issues had been satisfactorily resolved. Gustafson moved, Wachter seconded, a motion to approve the final plat for the Manor Lake 4th Addition. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Wachter moved, Gustafson seconded, a motion to receive the bids and award the contract for Contract 91-12, Manor Lake 4th Addition - Streets & Utilities, to the lowest responsible bidder and authorized the Mayor and City Clerk to execute all related documents. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 R-91.83 EXTENSION/S TODD RAPP ADDITION Because of the unresolved issues surrounding the Manor Lake 4th Addition, Mr. Middlemist has been unable to record the S Todd Rapp Addition at Dakota County. With the approval of the final plat for Manor Lake 4th, Mr. Middlemist asked for an extension to December 31, 1991, to record the S Todd Rapp Addition final plat. Egan moved, Gustafson seconded, a motion to extend the recording date for the S Todd Rapp Addition final plat with Dakota County to December 31, 1991. Aye: 5 Nay. 0 PROJECT 86-RR/WILDERNESS PONDS - STREETS & UTILITIES Mayor Egan introduced this item as Project 86-RR, Foreclose Financial Security, Authorize Advertisement for Bids (Wilderness Ponds - Streets & Utilities). Director of Public Works Colbert said staff had been working with the developer of Wilderness Ponds and had reached agreement. Mr. Colbert said that the City will take over Project 86-RR with construction to commence in the spring. Pawlenty moved, McCrea seconded, a motion to approve the settlement agreement regarding corrective work required within the Wilderness Ponds development pertaining to drainage and authorized the Mayor and City Clerk to execute all related documents. Aye: 5 Nay. 0 PRELIMINARY PLAT/EASY EATERY ADDITION Mayor Egan introduced this item as a preliminary plat for Easy Eatery Addition/Crown Coco, Inc., consisting of one approximately 4.2 acre GB (General Business) zoned lot located at the northwest intersection of Diffley Road and Nicols Road in the NW 1/4 of Section 19. City Administrator Hedges said that this item had been considered by the City Council at their December 3, 1991, meeting and had been continued to the December 17 meeting for clarification and/or resolution of several issues. Mr. Hedges said that staff had met regarding this development and found it to have a number of complex issues because of the redevelopment aspects of the preliminary plat. Director of Community Development Runkle then outlined the proposed project and the various fees proposed to be assessed against the property. Page 6/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 The question was asked if fees for the project are based on the useable portion of the property, whether a precedent would be set whereby other applicants would request calculation of fees based on the "useable" areas of their properties. The point was made that this particular plat could be considered unique because of the topography and configurations of the lot. Councilmember Pawlenty suggested that if the northern portion of the property developed in the future, perhaps additional fees could be considered at that time. Wachter moved, Gustafson seconded, a motion to approve a preliminary plat application for Easy Eatery Addition/Crown Coco, Inc., consisting of one lot of approximately 4.2 acres GB (General Business) zoned property at the northwest intersection of Diffley Road and Nicols Road subject to the following conditions: 1. These standard conditions of plat approval as adopted by Council action on July 10, 1990, shall be complied with: Al, B1, B3, B4, C1, C2, C4, El, F1, G1, AND H1 2. Landscaping, as shown on the revised landscape plan dated November 6, 1991, and underground irrigation of these areas is required. 3. An overall sign plan shall be approved by staff and be subject to a one-time sign fee of $2.50/s.f. 4. No outside display, or storage, shall be allowed. 5. No rooftop mechanical equipment shall be visible from the street. 6. No outside loudspeaker advertising shall be allowed. 7. Trash and recycling containers shall be stored in an enclosure attached to the main building and constructed of similar material. 8. All car wash cycles shall include dryer/blower. 9. Gasoline tank stand pipies shall be adequately screened. 10. The final plat shall dedicate a permanent ponding easement over the north 1.8 acres of the site. 11. If the existing utilities will not be used, the developer will be required to abandon and plug the existing sanitary sewer service at the top of the riser and abandon the existing water service that serves the building that will be removed. 12. The south access to Nicols Road shall be an exit only access and signed accordingly. 13. The driveway openings to Nicols Road shall be concrete aprons. 14. The final plat shall dedicate 75 feet of half right-of-way on Diffley Road. 15. The developer shall be responsible for the costs associated with constructing a pond with a surface area of 0.15 acres and a wet pond volume of 0.39 acre-feet to treat runoff from the entire site. 16. The applicant shall provide proof of parking and shift the northern-most access further to the south. t eur J Page 7/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 17. An agreement shall be executed and recorded regarding the obligation of future fees if the property not presently being assessed is either sold or developed. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 m)................. " 1992 COMPREHENSIVE FEE SCHEDULE Mayor Egan introduced this item as consideration of the 1992 Comprehensive Fee Schedule. Director of Finance VanOverbeke presented the 1992 Schedule to the City Council and provided a brief summary of changes to it. Concerns were expressed about the City remaining economically competitive; however, it was acknowledged that if Eagan is to remain the city it is currently, the fee structure will have to at least partially reflect costs. After further discussion, it was suggested that the Economic Development Commission undertake an analysis of the City's fee structure. City Administrator Hedges said the EDC had done some work in the area of development and redevelopment fees and recommended that it be discussed when the City Council addresses the entire issue of service delivery at their upcoming retreat. McCrea moved, Wachter seconded, a motion to approve the 1992 Fee Schedule as presented. Mike Berg of Berg Electric asked that the City expand its hours of operations to include an evening or part of the day on Saturday. City Administrator Hedges said staff had completed a study regarding extended hours and he would be happy to share the results of that study with the City Council. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 VARIANCE/CLIFF ROAD MCDONALDS Pawlenty moved, McCrea seconded, a motion to continue to the January 7,1991, City Council meeting a 23 foot variance from the 27 foot pylon sign maximum height for Nordquist Sign Company for a McDonald's Restaurant sign located north of Cliff Road and west of Nicols Road. Aye: 5 Nay. 0 VARIANCE/SAFARI ESTATES 2ND ADDITION Mayor Egan introduced this item as a Variance for Safari Estates 2nd Addition, of 15' to the Required 30' Side Yard House Setback in an Estate Zoning District for 18 Lots in the Safari Estates 2nd Addition, Located at Lots 1 and 2, 4-6, 10-17, 19-21, Block 1, and Lots 2 and 4, Block 2. Director of Community Development Runkle provided a brief summary of the application. Councilmember Wachter questioned why the applicant did not just change the estate zoning. Councilmember McCrea added that she was not in favor of blanket variances and said she preferred to consider variances on a case by case basis. No one was in the audience on behalf of the applicant. Pawlenty moved, Wachter seconded, a motion to deny a variance of 15 feet to the required 30 foot side yard setback in an estate zoning district for 18 lots in the Safari Estates 2nd Addition, specifically 1-2, 4-6, 10- 17, 19-21, Block 1, and Lots 2 and 4, Block 2, as presented. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Page 8/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 PRELIMINARY PLAT/HADIER PARK ADDITION Mayor Egan introduced this item as a preliminary plat for the Hadler Park Addition, Semper Holdings, Inc., consisting of 4 lots of approximately 9.6 Planned Development zoned acres located along the south side of Cliff Road, west of Rahn Cliff Road in the northeast quarter of Section 31. City Administrator Hedges said the Advisory Planning Commission had considered this application at their November 26 meeting and were recommending approval. The applicants were present to answer any questions. Gustafson moved, McCrea seconded, a motion to approve the preliminary plat for Hadler Park/Semper Holdings, Inc., consisting of 4 lots on approximately 9.6 planned development zoned acres on the south side of Cliff Road, west of Rahn Cliff Road and subject to the following conditions: 1. These standard conditions of plat approval as adopted by Council action on July 10, 1990, shall be complied with: Al, Bl, B3, B4, Cl, C2, C4, Dl, El, Fl, Gi, and Hl. 2. All buildings shall be constructed of similar material and colors. 3. Rooftop mechanical equipment shall not be visible from the street. 4. All trash and recycling shall be contained within each building. 5. Landscaping, as shown on the Prleiminary Plat landscape plan, and underground irrigation of these areas is required. 6. Landscaping on the south side of the site shall be installed with the first phase of development. 7. No outdoor display, or storage, shall be allowed. 8. No outdoor loudspeaker advertising shall be allowed. 9. An overall sign plan shall be submitted prior to final plat. 10. Cross-parking ingress/egress easements shall be provided with the final plat. 11. No on-site lighting shall spill off site. 12. All signage shall meet the Planned Development Agreement requirements and be subject to the one- time sign fee of $2.50/s.f. 13. All buildings will require individual review by the Advisory Planning Commission and approval by the City Council. 14. The developer shall protect trees along the north side of Lot 3. The exact locations, types and elevations of the trees in this area shall be determined before final platting to see how many of these trees can be saved. 15. Pond AP-13 shall provide 4.5 acre feet of pond storage volume and a pond outflow rate of 2 cubic feet per second. Page 9/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 16. The Water Quality Management Plan requires a pond with a surface area of 0.67 acres and a minimum wet pond volume of 2.5 acre-feet to treat the runoff from this site. 17. The drainage off the parking lots and driveways shall be directed to the concrete curb and gutters and subsequently into an internal storm sewer system. 18. The final plat shall dedicate 60 feet of half right-of-way along Rahn Cliff Road. 19. The final plat shall dedicate 30 feet of half right-of-way for the future extension of Rahn Way to the west. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Gustafson moved, Wachter seconded, a motion to approve the building plan for the Walgreen's facility. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Any Administrative Agenda items were handled following action on the Consent Agenda. Mayor Egan then recognized the contributions of outgoing City Councilmember David Gustafson and presented him with a plaque for his service to the community. Mayor Egan also spoke of the special contribution consulting engineer Bob Rosene has made to the community. Bob, who is retiring from Bonestroo, Rosene, Anderlik & Associates on December 30,1991, was presented with a framed proclamation in recognition of the 31 years he has served the City of Eagan. .,S.1t~ ;SERF Ms. Doris Berg, of Berg Electric, asked for an explanation of why her company did not receive the bid for the Municipal Center's parking lot lighting. Ms. Berg was asked to put her questions and concerns in writing so that each could be addressed. AUTHORIZE CONSULTANT/CEDARVALE MARKET STUDY McCrea moved, Gustafson seconded, a motion to approve ratification of the authorization of funds to McComb Group, Ltd. to perform a market study for Cedarvale. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 CONTRACT 92-02/LEXINGTON AVENUE & BLACKHAWK COVE LIFT STATION It was the recommendation of Director of Public Works Colbert that only the Blackhawk Cove portion with the Alternate of Contract 92-02 (Item K of the Consent Agenda) be accepted at this time. Egan moved, Wachter seconded, a motion to reconsider Item K under the Consent Agenda and accept only the Blackhawk Cove portion with the Alternate for Contract 92-02, Receive Bids/Award Contract (Lexington Avenue & Blackhawk Cove - Lift Station). Aye: 5 Nay. 0 Page 10/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES December 17, 1991 MEDIANS/DIFFLEY ROAD Director of Public Works Colbert said the County has asked for a preliminary indication from the City on whether medians should be installed with the upgrade of Diffley Road. Mr. Colbert said the medians would only be installed along a portion of Diffley Road and only the Northview School parking lot entrance would be impacted by their installation. He also said that Northview school officials have agreed to redesign the parking lot to accommodate the medians. The City Council agreed with the recommendation and noted the safety enhancements of having medians along that section of Diffley Road. POSTAL FACILITY After brief discussion, McCrea moved, Pawlenty seconded, a motion directing staff to author a letter to the City's congressional delegation voicing objection to the Postal Service's decision to locate a post office on Johnny Cake Ridge Road north of the new elementary school noting that the neighbors are opposed to the location and the property is not zoned for such a facility. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 CHECKLIST Wachter moved, Egan seconded a motion to approve the checklist dated December 17, 1991, in the amount of $740,576.70. Aye: 5 Nay. 0 ADJOURNMENT The City Council adjourned the regular meeting to a special workshop session at 835 p.m. IMF CITY OF EAGAN erbeke WanOv" - -a 0" L" City Clerk CITY OF EAGAN 1992 CIGARETTE LICENSE RENEWALS v_ t ~yf # OF OVER LOCATION VENDOR MACH. CC111`JTEi I JKS SUPERETTE #43 GATEWAY FOODS, INC. 1 3390 Coachman Rd. BROWN TANK NORTH COUNTRY VENDING 1 2875 Hwy. 55 CARBONE'S PIZZERIA DAVID CARBONE 1 1665 Yankee Doodle Rd. CASPERS CHEROKEE SIRLOIN ROOM, EAGAN RICHARD CASPER 1 4625 Nicols Rd. CEDAR CLIFF AMOCO ROBERT SCHLANGEN 1 4600 Slater Rd. CEDARVALE LANES D.V.M., INC. 1 3883 Beau d'Rue Dr. CEDARVALE SINCLAIR BRADCO AUTOMOTIVE INC. 1 3946 Nicois Rd. CHEERS WINE & SPIRITS DANIEL J. HERBST 1 1970 Rahncliff Ct. CUB FOODS SUPER VALU STORES, INC. 1 Cliff Lake Rd. DIAMOND T RANCH JERRY THOMAS 1 4889 Pilot Knob Rd. DOUBLETREE CLUB HOTEL THEISEN VENDING 1 2700 Pilot Knob Rd. DOUGHERTY'S MN VALLEY VENDING 1 1312 Town Centre Dr. DUCKWOOD 66 PHILLIPS 66 CO. 1 3575 Pilot Knob Rd. EAGAN E-Z STOP CROWN COCO INC. 1 4195 Nicois Rd. EAGAN AMOCO SO. FRANCE LTD, INC. 1 4205 Nicols Rd. FINA SERVE #590 FINA SERVE, INC. 1 4250 Lexington Ave. FINA SERVE #576 1 3-? Dodd Rd. FINA SERVE #594 1 1286 Lone Oak Rd. GREAT NORTHERN SPIRITS PERRIER & ASSOC. INC. 1 1960 Cliff Lake Rd. HOLIDAY STATIONSTORE #232 HOLIDAY COMPANIES 1 4595 Nicols Rd. HOLIDAY STATIONSTORE #247 1 3615 Pilot Knob Rd. J. OLITTLES AMERICAN AMUSEMENT ARCADES 1 214u Cliff Rd. KENNY'S LIQUOR KENNY'S ENTERPRISES, INC. 1 1444 Yankee Doodle Rd. KRAFT AMERICAN MN VIKING FOOD SERVICE 1 2864 Eagandale Blvd. LANXANG ORIENTAL GROCERY THANOM KEOHAVONG 1 3904 Beau D'Rue Dr. LIQUOR SHOPPE RALPH MAGNUSON 1 4250 Lexington Ave. LOST SPUR COUNTRY CLUB HAROLD F. AWE CO., INC. 2 2750 Hwy. 13 MGM LIQUOR WAREHOUSE/SPIRITS OF EAGAN JOHN W. TESLAW 1 4182 Pilot Knob Rd. PDQ #287 PDQ FOOD STORES OF MN, INC. 1 1969 Silver Bell Rd. PDQ #214 1 44 °ilot Knob Rd. RAINBOW FOODS GATEWAY FOODS, INC. 1 1276 Town Centre Dr. SNYDER DRUG STORE #32 SNYDER DRUG STORES, INC. 1 3914 Sibley Mem. Hwy. SNYDER DRUG STORE #61 1 1565 Cliff Rd. STARKS SALOON GARY STARKS 2 3125 Dodd Rd. SUPERAMERICA #4049 SUPERAMERICA GROUP, INC. 1 4200 E. Hwy. 13 SUPERAMERICA #4182 1 1406 Yankee Doodle Rd. SUPERAMERICA #4335 1 1379 Town Centre Dr. TARGET TARGET STORES 1 2000 Cliff Lake Rd. Tt ..'O SUPERSTORE YOCUM OIL CO. 1 1579 Cliff Rd. TOM THUMB #166 TOM THUMB FOOD MARKETS, INC. 1 1446 Yankee Doodle Rd. TOM THUMB #273 1 1815 Diffley Rd. THUMB #259 1 2f25 Cliff Rd. TOTAL PETROLEUM TOTAL PETROLEUM, INC. 1 4206 Nicols Rd. VALLEY LOUNGE D.V.M., INC. 1 3385 Hwy. 13 WALGREENS WALGREEN CO. 1 1278 Town Centre Dr. YANKEE SQUARE AMOCO P.F. INC. 1 1424 Yankee Doodle Rd. CITY OF EAGAN 1992 REFUSE HAULERS LICENSE RENEWALS i. Aagard Environmental 10. Nitti Disposal Inc. (comm) 875 N. Prior Ave. 3291 Terminal Dr. St. Paul, MN 55104 Eagan, MN 55121 645-1388 451-1421 2. Action Disposal (comm) 11. Northern Disposal, Inc. (comm) 4325 E. 66th Street 5200 Willson Rd, Ste 112 Inver Grove Hts., MN 55076 Minneapolis, MN 55424 455-8634 920-4052 (Browning-Ferris) 3. Bloomington Sanitation 12. Ken Oehrlein Sanitation (comm) 9813 Flying Cloud Drive 1811 Century Ave. Eden Prairie, MN 55344 Newport, MN 55055 941-5174 459-0120 (Woodlake San./BFI) 4. Buckingham, Inc. (comm) 13. Poor Richard's Inc. 12444 Hwy 13 400 Whitall St. Savage, MN 55378 St. Paul, MN 55101 890-6441 776-2323 5. City Clean-Up (comm) 14. Quality Waste Control William Kreitz 1901 West 144th St. 2841 Burnside Ave. Burnsville, MN 55337 Eagan, MN 55121 435-3454 454-6768 6. Dicks' Sanitation Service (comm) 15. Roadway Rubbish/Eagan Sanit. 21338 Dodd Blvd 2400 Dodd Road Lakeville, MN 55044 Mendota Hts., MN 55120 469-2239 454-7152 7. Knutson Rubbish Service 16. Triangle Services 15120 Chippendale Ave 1881 Lexington Ave. Rosemount, MN 55068 Mendota Hts., MN 55118 423-2294 454-1848 8. Mendota Heights Rubbish 17. Ver-Tech, Inc. 20700 Donnelly Ave. E. 2892 Vicksburg Lane Farmington, MN 55024 Plymouth, MN 55447 437-6786 588-2590 9. Mike's Disposal & Recycling 18. Waste Management 19784 Kenrick Ave. 12448 Pennsylvania Ave. S. Lakeville, MN 55044 Savage, MN 55378 469- 2833 890-1100 19. Wildwood Sanitation (comm) Box 176 Newport, MN 55055 459-7926