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1991-06-04 City Council Minutes . s; MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE EAGAN, CITY COUNCIL Eagan, Minnesota June 4, 1991 A regular meeting of the Eagan City Council was held on Tuesday, June 4,1991, 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. i Item B, Consent Agenda, Amendments, Municipal Codifiers, 1991 City code. City Administrator Hedges said staff would recommend that Ordinance Amendments 104 and 105, dealing with Delinquent Escrow Accounts be deleted from the codification for further study. Item B, Public Hearings, Final Assessment Hearing, Johnny Cake Ridge Road - Streets and Utilities. Request to continue will be for the July 2, 1991, regular City Council meeting rather than the June 18, 1991, meeting as stated in the packet. Pawlenty moved, Wachter seconded, a motion to approve the agenda for the June 4, 1991, regular City Council meeting as amended. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 { Councilmember Gustafson asked that Items C, K, and 0 of the May 23, 1991, Consent Agenda be clarified to include the words, "be approved." On Page 7, Sign Ordinance item, the vote should be reflected as "Aye: 4 Nay. 0 Abstain: 1 (Pawlenty)." Gustafson moved, Wachter seconded, a motion to approve the minutes of the May 23, 1991, regular City Council meeting. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 A. Personnel Items 1. It was recommended that the hiring of Paul Szurek as a Seasonal Park Maintenance Worker be ratified. 2. It was recommended that the resignation of Marlene Adam be accepted with regret effective September 30, 1991, and that hiring procedures for replacement be authorized. B. Amendement. Municipal Codifiers. 1991 City Code It was recommended that the adoption and codification of 12 ordinances be approved as presented and that Ordinance Amendments 104 and 105 dealing with Delinquent Escrow Accounts be removed for further study. C. Contract 91-04. Receive Bids/Award Contract (Oaks of Bridgewater 2nd Addition) It was recommended that the bids for Contract 91-04, Oaks of Bridgewater 2nd Addition - Streets and Utilities, be received and consideration of the contract award be continued until final plat. Page 2/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES June 4, 1991 D. Contract 91-07. Approve Plans/Authorize Ad for Bids (1991 Sealcoating) It was recommended that the plans for Contract 91-07, 1991 Sealcoating, be approved and a bid opening advertised for 10:30 a.m., on Friday, June 28, 1991. E. Prgject 543R. Receive Final Assessment Roll/Order Public Hearing (Skyline Road) It was recommended that the final assessment roll for Project 543R, Skyline Road - Streets and Utilities, be received and the public hearing scheduled to be held July 2, 1991. F. Project 601. Receive Feasibility Report/Order Public Hearing a&-4 ton Avenue/Lone Oak - Intersection Reconstruction & Signalization) It was recommended that the feasibility report for Project 601, Lexington Avenue/Lone Oak Road - Intersection Reconstruction & Signalization be received G. Project 603. Receive Feasibility Report/Order Public Hearing (Wilderness Run Road Reconstruction) It was recommended that the feasibility report for Project 603 (Wilderness Run Road - Reconstruction) be received and a public hearing scheduled to be held July 2, 1991. H. Cost Participation Agreement #30-07 & Signal Agreement #91-08 (Diffley Road & Nicols Road Intersection Reconstruction & Signalization) It was recommended that County Cost Participation Agreement #30-07 and Signal Agreement #91-08 (Diffley Road and Nicols Road - Intersection Reconstruction and Signalization) be approved and the Mayor and City Clerk authorized to execute all related documents. I. Waiver of Plat. Duplex Lot Split. Mark Calvin Construction, for Individual Ownership. Located on Lot 3. Block 1. Oakwood Heights 2nd Addition It was recommended that the waiver of plat/duplex lot split for Mark Calvin on Lot 3, Block 1, Oakwood Heights 2nd Addition be approved. R-91.31 J. Vacate Various Drainage & Utility Easements. Receive Petition/Order Public Hearing (Whispg gg Woods 6th Addition) It was recommended that the petition to vacate various drainage and utility easements with the Whispering Woods 6th Addition be received and a public hearing scheduled to be held July 2, 1991. Wachter moved, McCrea seconded, a motion to approve the Consent Agenda as amended. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 11 . . SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING City Administrator Hedges discussed the Omnibus Tax Bill with the City Council and suggested a work session prior to the June 18 regular City Council meeting in order to amend the 1991 budget. Gustafson moved, Pawlenty seconded a motion to hold a special City Council work session to begin at 5:00 p.m. on June 18, 1991 prior to the regular City Council meeting. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Page 3/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES June 4, 1991 IOC N PROJECT 613/WILLBROOK ADDITION STREETS & UTILITIES Pawlenty moved, Gustafson seconded a motion to close the public hearing and approve Project 613 (W llbrook Addition - Streets & Utilities). Aye: S Nay: 0 FINAL ASSESSMENT HEARING/PROJECT 524 JOHNNY CAKE RIDGE ROAD - STREETS & UTILITIES Wachter moved, McCrea seconded a motion to set the public hearing for July 2, 1991 to consider the final assessment roll for Project 524 (Johnny Cake Ridge Road - Streets & Utilities). Aye: 5 Nay. 0 FINAL ASSESSMENT HEARING/PROJECT 578 SIBLEY TERMINAL INDUSTRIAL PARK - STORM SEWER After brief introductions by Mayor Egan and City Administrator Hedges, Director of Public Works Colbert explained Project 578 and its location. He said two letters of objection had been received and recommended that the final assessment roll be adopted as presented and objections addressed through the appeals process. Mr. Tarell Friedley, an attorney for Holman Erection Company, presented that company's objections to assessments against Parcels #10-68050-010-02 and #10-68050-020-02. He said the previous sewer system adequately served the properties and costs associated with the project were substantially more than the benefit received. Mr. Friedley said that at least part of the costs should have been funded through the normal maintenance and repair of the system. He asked that the assessment roll not be approved, that it be sent back to City staff with specific instructions to re-evaluate the project, that a portion of the funds for the project be allocated from the general appropriations of the City, and that the assessment formula be redetermined. He said $9,000 per acre was not a fair system for all parcels in the area. The City Council then discussed the appropriate process for objecting to assessments. Mr. John Wesley, also representing Holman Erection Company, further outlined their objections to the assessments and added that they would prefer to avoid the legal process. Mr. Robert Rosenberg, representing property owner Mr. William Lahr, said Project 578 should be further studied and indicated that it would provide little or no benefit to the Lahr property. Mayor Egan asked the Director of Public Works to explain the cost differences between those quoted in the feasibility report and the final cost of the project. Mr. Colbert said no cost estimates for easement acquisition had been included with the feasibility report and the easements were a substantial portion of the project. McCrea moved, Wachter seconded a motion to close the public hearing and approve the final assessment roll for Project 578, Sibley Terminal Industrial Park - Storm Sewer, noting the receipt of two written objections. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Page 4/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES June 4, 1991 P-M RESOLUTION/TRANSFER OF TITLE ROYAL OAK CIRCLE APARTMENT PROJECT Pawlenty moved, McCrea seconded a motion to continue the resolution authorizing the execution of certain documents in connection with the foreclosure of and transfer of title to the Royal Oak Circle Apartments Project to the June 18, 1991 regular City Council meeting. Aye: 5 Nay 0 PRELIMINARY PLAT/BURRVIEW POND ADDITION Mayor Egan introduced this item as a Preliminary Plat for Burrview Pond Addition, Sander & Co., Inc., Consisting of 132 Apartment Units on Approximately 13.7 Previously Zoned R-4 (Multiple Acres) Located Along the South Side of Highway 55 in the Northeast Quarter of Section 12. City Administrator Hedges described the background of the Burrview Pond Addition and Director of Community Development Runkle provided information regarding the location and the scope of the project. Mr. John Bell, representing Klodt, Inc., outlined previously approved projects for this property noting that the other projects had been at a higher density with greater lot coverage than the plan being proposed. Mr. Bell said the present proposal started with an L-shaped building containing 132 units, however, major objections were received at the Advisory Planning Commission meeting. Mr. Bell said that Klodt, Inc. looked at these objections and presented a revised plan to the staff. Mr. Bell then went on to describe the objections that had been received to the plan and their attempts to mitigate those objections. He said one concern of the neighbors was in regard to the City park and children cutting through yards in order to access the park. He said their project had contributed $100,000 in park dedication and any fence being built to keep people from cutting through yards would probably more appropriately be built by the Park Department. In closing, he said the property had been purchased as R-4 and the developer had relied on that zoning. Mr. Chuck Ahlberg, of 565 Chapel Lane, expressed concerns regarding the size of the apartment building, the zoning, and its long-term upkeep. Mr. Ahlberg added, however, that if the plan is approved, the neighbors would want to be included in any discussion of amenities. Mr. Don Chapdelaine, of 575 Chapel Lane, said among his key concerns were the frontage road and the traffic exiting onto Highway 55. Discussion then ensued regarding the frontage road and whether or not the frontage road could be designated a one-way as a condition of the preliminary plat. Director of Public Works Colbert said that MnDOT may have concerns that a one-way frontage road would force traffic out onto Highway 55. City Attorney Sheldon said making the frontage road a one-way could be a condition of approval, however, such a condition would have to have a reasonable basis of support. If MnDOT determined that the road should have a different configuration, he noted it would be difficult for the City to enforce such a condition. Director of Public Works Colbert said that the current frontage road is under-designed for any increase in traffic. He said if the frontage road were widened, it may be necessary to add additional right-of-way. He said MnDOT has limited funds for such improvements and would likely defer these costs to the City. The City in turn would then have to special assess all adjacent properties. Mr. David Manninen, of 624 Sally Circle, said the developer of the Burrview Pond Addition did not retain interest in these apartment projects but rather, just built and sold them. He expressed concerns regarding sprinkler systems and cited the fire on Coachman Road as an example of where sprinkling in the ceilings would Page 5/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES June 4, 1991 not help extinguish a fire that had spread across the roof lines. Mr. Paul Klodt, of Klodt, Inc., said he has been involved in property development for many years and has built 7,000-8,000 units in the Twin Cities, some of which have been sold and some he still owns. He also pointed out that changes in the law regarding sprinkler systems would add protection to the roof. Ms. Dawn Schaaf, of 646 Rita Court, expressed concerns about traffic and safety. Mr. Bill Baumann, of 3245 Highway 55, suggested the plan not be approved until the Highway Department and the developer came up with an acceptable plan regarding the frontage road. Ms. Gail Ahlberg, of 565 Chapel Lane, asked if the developer was ready to put in writing the view of the apartment building they would see from their back door. Mr. Bell said they are using the best data available. He said these computer generated pictures represent an eye level perspective from the back of the homes. Ms. Ahlberg said their home would receive the greatest impact and their property value would suffer with the view of the apartment building from their back door. Mr. Fred Cook, of 3265 Highway 55, said if the frontage road were widened, it would require condemnation of adjacent property to do so. He said an additional ten feet for road right-of-way would put everyone along the frontage road into the setback area. He said if this apartment complex is approved, it should have its own access. Mr. Don Tietjen, of 555 Chapel Lane, asked how many negatives his neighborhood has to put up with. He said in addition to this apartment complex, the neighbors have to deal with Gopher Smelting, a gravel recycling business, a concrete recycling business, and airplane noise. Ms. Sharon Manninen, of 624 Sally Circle, said this development is too dense and it would have a very detrimental affect on their neighborhood and its property values. Mayor Egan then closed the discussion to public comment and returned it to the City Council for discussion. The City Council discussed the issue of the frontage road and whether or not the preliminary plat should be approved with the upgrade of the frontage road as a condition of its approval or whether the item should be continued pending a report from MnDOT. It was determined that the frontage road and its access onto Highway 55 would be pivotal issues in regard to the approval of the preliminary plat. It was suggested that a resolution be prepared requesting a MnDOT study of the frontage road and MnDors recommendation for improvement. Director of Public Works Colbert said MnDOT would likely request a traffic generator distribution study in order to review the frontage road. He said such studies cannot be done in-house and require a traffic engineer. He asked if a traffic engineer is necessary to complete this study, who would be responsible for its cost? Mayor Egan said the costs would be directly related to the development and should be the responsibility of the development. Mr. Bell said that MnDOT should have the information on Highway 55 and Klodt, Inc. would provide studies from a registered traffic engineer regarding the traffic generation from their property. Mr. Bell went on to add, however, that it was his understanding the Highway Department would not give an analysis until preliminary plat approval was received. Director of Community Development Runkle said he believed this situation was unique and with a resolution from the City Council, he believed MnDOT would provide the information. Mr. Bell wished to make it clear, however, that Klodt, Inc. did not want to take property for additional right-of-way and had no interest in widening the entire frontage road. He said they would be interested in improving only that portion of the road on their property. Mr. Bell then asked if they agreed to a continuance of the preliminary plat to allow MnDOT to study the traffic and road concerns, whether they would have to go back through the same public hearing process. Mayor Egan said all public debate could not be cut off, however, he did not feel it necessary to repeat much of the testimony as the City Council was very familiar with the issues. Mr. Bell said that Klodt, Inc. would agree to a continuance. Wachter moved, McCrea seconded a motion revising Condition #10 of the preliminary plat as follows: "10. The developer is required to upgrade the existing frontage road adjacent to the site in accordance with MnDOT requirements and City standards, to comply with staff recommendations regarding the site distances on Highway 55 from the access road, no additional residential property for right-of-way shall ~:.3 Page 6/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES June 4, 1991 be taken and all required MnDOT traffic studies shall be provided by the developer at the developer's cost." And, Condition #17 shall be added as follows: "17. The development agreement will include all of the exhibits that have been provided by the developer." And, A resolution shall be prepared requesting that MnDOT conduct traffic studies on Highway 55 and the frontage road connecting the development to Highway 55 and that MnDOT will provide their recommendation as to required design improvements on the frontage road as soon as possible. And, The preliminary plat for Burrview Pond Addition shall be continued indefinitely pending the receipt of MnDOT's recommendations. Mayor Egan asked that staff also study improvements to the "saddle" area of the Burrview Pond Addition with the property owners to the west of the development. Aye: 4 Nay: 1 (Gustafson) ORDINANCE AMENDMENT/TOBACCO PRODUCTS Mayor Egan introduced this item as an Ordinance Amendment for the City of Eagan, Amending Eagan's City Code Chapter 6, Entitled "Other Business Regulations and Licensing," by Amending Section 6.34 Regarding Tobacco Products; and by Adopting by Reference Eagan's City Code Chapter 1 and Section 6.99. City Administrator Hedges provided background on the consideration of an ordinance amendment and what had led to this point. He said staff proposed dividing the issue into two parts: 1) the sale of tobacco products from vending machines and 2) access to tobacco products other than over-the-counter. It was pointed out that the goal of the City Council in considering this ordinance amendment was to keep tobacco products out of the hands of the City's youth. The Council expressed concerns, however, that the restriction of tobacco products to over-the-counter sales only would have a punitive effect on local businesses. Mayor Egan then shared a shoplifting summary provided by the Police Department which indicated that only 3 of 81 cases of juvenile shoplifting involved cigarettes and other tobacco products. Mr. David Johnson, of the Association for Non-Smokers of Minnesota, commented on shoplifting nationwide and the statistics involving juveniles. He said tobacco products are high on the list of items being stolen by juveniles and he recommended their sale being confined to over-the-counter. Mr. Jim Larkin, of Larkin, Hoffman, Daly & Lindgren, representing the Minnesota Grocers Association, outlined their program, "It's the Law," and what their Association is doing to deal with minors who smoke. He said it is not the desire of the Minnesota Grocers Association to promote smoking by minors, however, the cost of moving all tobacco product sales to behind the counter would be prohibitive. He said they would prefer to work with the City in a cooperative effort to try and discourage youthful smoking. Mr. Joel Hoiland, President of the Minnesota Grocers Association, said his organization had put together a program to educate the public regarding the illegal sale of tobacco products to minors. He urged the withdrawal of the behind-the-counter sales portion of the ordinance. Michelle Lodahl, of the Tobacco Use Prevention Project of Hennepin County, then discussed the hazards of smoking. Ms. Mary Jane Swenson also discussed the negative aspects of smoking and its effect on Page 7/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES June 4, 1991 the City's youth. She encouraged the City to be a pacesetter and do what's best for the youth of the community. Mr. George Markgraf, of Rainbow Foods, said his company has a program which trains their cashiers on how to spot people too young to buy cigarettes. He said they do not want anyone to steal cigarettes any more than any other merchandise and are doing their part to keep tobacco products out of the hands of youths. Ms. Pat Adams, of the Public Health Service of Dakota County, then spoke to youth smoking and encouraged the City Council to form a task force to address the issue. Mr. David Johnson, speaking for Cheryl Casey, proposed an Eagan Tobacco-Free Youth Movement as a public service project. Ms. Casey's suggestions for this project are included as Exhibit A. Mayor Egan then closed the public portion of the discussion. The City Council then weighed the pros and cons of banning vending machine sales and/or over-the- counter sales of tobacco products. While all agreed that smoking is a great concern, creating problems for the merchants in the City was not necessarily beneficial to the issue. Mr. Tom Briant, of the Coalition for Responsible Vending Sales, then listed the number of vending machines in the City and pointed out that with the exception of one machine, all cigarette vending machines in the City of Eagan had restricted access to minors. Mr. Mike Henke, of Fritz's Bar & Grill at Cedarvale Lanes, said minors were not allowed in their establishment unless accompanied by their parents. Mr. Greg Doblish has a cigarette vending machine at Lost Spur which he pointed out also has restricted access. Discussion then ensued regarding the number of vending machines in the City and whether or not a problem exists as to their access by minors. It was suggested that one alternative might be to appoint a task force to look at the entire issue more critically and a report of their findings forwarded to the City Council for review. Mr. Dan Aberg said the Chamber of Commerce would be willing to facilitate a meeting for such a group. Pawlenty moved, Egan seconded a motion to refer the issue of regulating the sale of tobacco products in the City of Eagan to a task force that would look at the information presented to the City Council and then return as expeditiously as possible to the City Council with a recommendation. In addition, this task force will consist of representatives of the following groups: 1) the Chamber of Commerce or the Minnesota Grocers Association, 2) the Association for Non-Smokers, 3) a law enforcement representative, 4) the community at large, 5) a City staff representative, 6) a youth representative and 7) vending machine operators. Facilitation of the task force will be the responsibility of the City. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 'Salt CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT/R.L. JOHNSON INVESTMENT CO.. INC. Mayor Egan introduced this item as a Conditional Use Permit for R.L. Johnson Investment Co., Inc. to Allow Outdoor Storage in an LI (Light Industrial) District and a Special Use Permit for a Fence in Excess of 6 Feet in Height at Lot 1, Block 1, R.L. Johnson 2nd Addition, Located Along Yankee Doodle Road and Yankee Drive in the Southeast Quarter of Section 8 and the Northeast Quarter of Section 17. McCrea moved, Wachter seconded a motion to approve the conditional use permit for R.L. Johnson Investment Co., Inc. to allow outdoor storage in a light industrial district and to approve a special use permit for a fence in excess of 6 feet in height at Lot 1, Block 1, R.L. Johnson 2nd Addition and that it be subject to the following conditions: 1. The fence shall be relocated by July 1. 2. The 24 foot drive aisle will be maintained as shown on the site plan. 3. The conditional use permit shall be recorded within 60 days of City Council action. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 Page 8/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES N June 4, 1991 REZONING/BURNSVILLE LUMBER COMPANY Mayor Egan introduced this item as a Rezoning for the Burnsville Lumber Company of Approximately One Acre from AG (Agricultural) to an R-1 (Single Family) District Located Along the West Side of Slater Road South of Whispering Trail in the Southwest Quarter of Section 31. City Administrator Hedges said the Advisory Planning Commission had considered this item at their May 28, 1991 regular meeting and had recommended approval. Pawlenty moved, Wachter seconded a motion to approve a rezoning as requested by Burnsville Lumber Company of approximately one acre from AG (Agricultural) to an R-1 (Single Family) district located along the west side of Slater Road south of Whispering Trail. Aye: 5 Nay. 0 WAIVER OF PLAT/CELLULAR ONE Mayor Egan introduced this item as a Waiver of Plat, Cellular One, in Order to Split an Existing Tax Parcel (010-50) Located Along the South Side of Deerwood Drive West of I-35E in the Southwest Quarter of Section 21. City Administrator Hedges said this item had been considered at the last Advisory Planning Commission meeting on May 28, 1991 and the APC had recommended approval. Wachter moved, McCrea seconded a motion to approve a waiver of plat as requested by Cellular One to split an agriculturally zoned parcel as presented. Mr. Warren Dunlap, representing Cellular One, said his company had not proposed changing the agricultural zoning, yet the assessments on this parcel were being proposed at a commercial/industrial use level. He said it was not a manned site and, if possible, they would prefer to leave the zoning as is. If, in the future, the site were sold, he said it could be assessed at that time at the appropriate and highest use. Because the property would contain a cellular phone tower and, therefore, used commercially, it was the initial recommendation that the property be assessed at the commercial/industrial rate. Director of Community Development Runkle pointed out, however, that if the City assessed at a commercial/industrial rate, Cellular One would be entitled to commercial uses on the property even though it is in an agriculturally zoned area. Mayor Egan asked if in the future the property were rezoned commercial/industrial, whether the City could collect the difference in the assessments between the agricultural/residential zoning and the commercial zoning. Any change in the property's use would have to come before the City Council for platting and an adjustment to the financial obligation could be made at that time. The original motion was withdrawn and Wachter moved, McCrea seconded a motion to approve a waiver of plat as requested by Cellular One to split an agriculturally zoned parcel with assessments to be collected at the D1 rate. Aye: 5 Nay. 0 R-91.32 PRELIMINARY PLAT/KINGS WOOD 5TH ADDITION Mayor Egan introduced this item as a Preliminary Plat for Kings Wood 5th Addition/Horne Development Corporation, Consisting of 4 Lots on Approximately 13 Previously Zoned R-1 (Single Family) Acres Located Along Rocky Lane and Kings Crest in the Northeast Quarter of Section 2. City Administrator Hedges said that this item had been heard at the Advisory Planning Commission on May 28 and they had recommended approval. Mr. Hedges said the Advisory Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources Commission would not meet until June 6, therefore, if the preliminary plat were approved, it should be subject to those conditions recommended by that Commission. Page 9/EAGAN CITY COUNCIL MINUTES June 4, 1991 Prior to the meeting, the developer raised several issues of concern having to do with park dedication, water quality dedication and streetlighting. It was anticipated that the parks dedication question would be resolved with the Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources Commission meeting on June 6 and the streetlight issue was still under review. Director of Public Works Colbert said water quality requirements had not been met as yet because the parcel was originally platted as an outlot and excluded from any fees paid with earlier additions of the Kings Wood development. Gustafson moved, Egan seconded a motion to approve the preliminary plat for Kings Wood 5th Addition consisting of 4 single family lots located on 1.26 acres of previously zoned R-1 land subject to conditions recommended by the Advisory Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources Commission and the following conditions as specified by the Advisory Planning Commission: 1. These standard conditions of plat approval as adopted by Council action on July 10, 1990 shall be complied with: B1, C2, E1, F1, G1, H1 and 2. A 20 foot wide drainage and utility easement for proposed drainage swell across the backyard of Lot 4 shall be dedicated on the plat. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 CONTRACT 91-05/APPROVE PLANS/AUTHORIZE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS WILLBROOK ADDITION/STREETS & UTILITIES Mayor Egan introduced this item as Contract 91-05, Approve Plans/Authorize Advertisement for Bids (Willbrook Addition - Streets & Utilities). Gustafson moved, Wachter seconded a motion to approve the plans and specifications for Contract 91-05 (Willbrook Addition - Streets & Utilities) and authorize an advertisement for a bid opening to be held on June 28, 1991 at 11:00 a.m. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 CHECKLIST Wachter moved, Egan seconded a motion to approve the checklist of June 4, 1991 in the amount of $600,088.84. Aye: 5 Nay: 0 EXECUTIVE SESSION/ADJOURNMENT The City Council adjourned the regular meeting to an executive session to consider attorney/client privileged information at 11:25 p.m. Those in attendance were Mayor Egan, Councilmember Gustafson, Pawlenty and Wachter, Director of Public Works Colbert, City Administrator Hedges, and City Attorneys Sheldon and Wilcox. The executive session adjourned at approximately 12:00 a.m. on June 5, 1991. KF CITY OF EAGAN E. . anOverbeke Cityerk EXHIBIT A EAGAN TOBACCO FREE YOUTH PROJECT PURPOSE: 1. Establish standards & goals for tobacco sales and use among minors. 2. Raise awareness about youth tobacco issues with Eagan retailers and public. 3. Create a sense of responsibility among retailers to adhere to Eagan standards - call on Eagan businesses to voluntarily eliminate tobacco displays and self-service sales. 4. Investigate tobacco issues in Eagan and periodically report back to the City Council with recommendations. 5. Create a cooperative effort among the city, school district, parents, and business. An excellent public service project involving young people about issues that concern them. WHO: A City Council initiative beginning with the ordinance changes, a resolution, and creation of the project by forming a task force.