MEDINA CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES OF JANUARY 5, 1999 The City Council of Medina, Minnesota met in regular session on January 5, 1999 at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Chambers. Mayor John Ferris presided. Members present: Ferris, Hamilton, Johnson, Smith, Thies, and Zietlow (Thies through approval of the December 15, 1998 minutes) Members absent: None. Also present: Police Chief Ed Belland, Attorney Ron Batty, Public Works Director Jim Dillman, City Engineer Glenn Cook, Planning and Zoning Administrator Loren Kohnen, and City ClerkTreasurer Paul Robinson. 1. Additions to the Agenda A. Wessin Property Land Exchange. Moved by Jim Johnson, seconded by Ann Thies, to approve the agenda as amended. Motion passed unanimously. 2. Approval of the Minutes from November 17, 1998 Regular City Council Meeting Moved by Ann Thies, seconded by John Hamilton to approve the minutes as presented. Motion passed unanimously. 3. Approval of the Minutes from December 15, 1998 There were three corrections. 1- Change references to Willow Road to Willow Drive 2- Page 4, item 9 it should be northeast instead of northwest 3- Page 5, the motion should state “alternate minimum lot size”. Moved by Ann Thies, seconded by Jim Johnson, to approve the minutes as presented. Motion passed unanimously. 4. Ceremonial Matters Oath of office was given to council members Carolyn Smith and to Philip Zietlow, as well as to the mayor, John Ferris. John Ferris said he enjoyed the job and said it was a privilege to work with all the residents and staff. 5. Additional Ceremonial Matters – Recognition of Ann Thies John Ferris said that Ann Thies has been a council member for eight years and that she has been a great companion on the council and thanked her for her time. Ann Thies said that she has had a very interesting time on the city council and she has had fun working with staff and council and thanked everybody for the recognition – the plaque and the cake. Carolyn Smith took Ann Thies place at the council dais. 6. Consent Agenda A. Designation of Official Depositories. B. Resolution 99-01 Designating Institutions for Investment.

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MEDINA CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES OF JANUARY 5, 1999 The City Council of Medina, Minnesota met in regular session on January 5, 1999 at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Chambers. Mayor John Ferris presided. Members present: Ferris, Hamilton, Johnson, Smith, Thies, and Zietlow (Thies through approval of the December 15, 1998 minutes) Members absent: None. Also present: Police Chief Ed Belland, Attorney Ron Batty, Public Works Director Jim Dillman, City Engineer Glenn Cook, Planning and Zoning Administrator Loren Kohnen, and City ClerkTreasurer Paul Robinson. 1. Additions to the Agenda A. Wessin Property Land Exchange. Moved by Jim Johnson, seconded by Ann Thies, to approve the agenda as amended. Motion passed unanimously. 2. Approval of the Minutes from November 17, 1998 Regular City Council Meeting Moved by Ann Thies, seconded by John Hamilton to approve the minutes as presented. Motion passed unanimously. 3. Approval of the Minutes from December 15, 1998 There were three corrections. 1- Change references to Willow Road to Willow Drive 2- Page 4, item 9 it should be northeast instead of northwest 3- Page 5, the motion should state “alternate minimum lot size”. Moved by Ann Thies, seconded by Jim Johnson, to approve the minutes as presented. Motion passed unanimously. 4. Ceremonial Matters Oath of office was given to council members Carolyn Smith and to Philip Zietlow, as well as to the mayor, John Ferris. John Ferris said he enjoyed the job and said it was a privilege to work with all the residents and staff. 5. Additional Ceremonial Matters – Recognition of Ann Thies John Ferris said that Ann Thies has been a council member for eight years and that she has been a great companion on the council and thanked her for her time. Ann Thies said that she has had a very interesting time on the city council and she has had fun working with staff and council and thanked everybody for the recognition – the plaque and the cake. Carolyn Smith took Ann Thies place at the council dais. 6. Consent Agenda A. Designation of Official Depositories. B. Resolution 99-01 Designating Institutions for Investment., report, January 5, 1999; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc805546/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.