1) Call to Order a) Pledge of Allegiance b) Introductions: City Council: Mayor Lisa Whalen, Patricia Thoele, Mark Vanderlinde, Pam Mortenson, Bob Christians; Staff: City Administrator Michael Barone, Community Development Director David Abel, Finance Director Brian Grimm, Director of Public Safety Paul Falls, HR/Communications Coordinator Cassandra Tabor, and City Clerk Kris Linquist. Consultants: City Attorney Ron Batty, Kennedy & Graven; and City Engineer Paul Hornby, WSB Engineering. c) Approval of Agenda 2) Special Presentations a) Introduction of Jesse Szykulski, Building Official b) Presentation by Hennepin County Sheriff Richard Stanek c) 2015 CAFR Award Presentation d) Enchanted Lane-Tuxedo Road 3) Persons to Be Heard The City Council invites residents to share new ideas or concerns related to city business; however, individual questions and remarks are limited to three (3) minutes per speaker. No City Council action will be taken, although the Council may refer issues to staff for follow up or consideration at a future meeting. The mayor may use discretion if speakers are repeating views already expressed or ask for a spokesperson for groups of individuals with similar views. Speakers should state their name and home address at the podium before speaking. 4) Consent Agenda a) Approve Closed Session Meeting Minutes from September 6, 2016 b) Approve Work Session Meeting Minutes from October 17, 2016 c) Approve Regular Meeting Minutes from October 17, 2016 d) Res. No. 187-16 Approve Claims e) Res. No. 188-16 Approve Step Increase for Michael Bruzek, Police Officer f) Res. No. 189-16 Approve Step Increase for Aaron Rasset, Public Works Maintenance Worker g) Res. No. 191-16 Approve “Not to Waive” Municipal Tort Liability monetary limits h) Res. No. 192-16 Approve Simple Subdivision for 3427 & 3503 Kings Point Road i) Res. No. 193-16 Approve Variances for 3427 Kings Point Road j) Res. No. 194-16 Approve Variance for 3503 Kings Point Road k) Res. No. 195-16 Approve Plat of Woodland Cove East RIM 5) Public Hearings a) Res. No. 196-16 Vacate Drainage & Utility Easements on Lots 1-6 Block 9 in Woodland Cove 6) Business Items a) Res. No. 197-16 Canvassing of the November 2016 Election Results b) Res. No. 198-16 Approve Preliminary Plat with Variances for 4925 Minneapolis Avenue c) Res. No. 199-16 Approve Final Plat for 4925 Minneapolis Avenue d) Preliminary Plat with Variances for 5310 Eastview Avenue e) Res. No. 200-16 Approve Conditional Offer of Employment to Chad Bartley for the Full-Time Building Inspector position. f) Res. No. 201-16 Approve Change Order No. 1 for the Lisle Park Parking Lot Improvements, CP 05-16. g) Res. No. 202-16 Approve Auditing Services Contract for 2016, 2017 and 2018 with Clifton Larson Allen h) Res. No. 203-16 Approve Water Treatment Plant Operator Position offer to Mike Pawelk 7) Administrative Items a) Staff Reports i) City Administrator b) Council Reports i) Mayor Lisa Whalen – Economic Development Authority; Personnel Committee; Planning Commission (rotating); Police Communications Committee; Northwest Hennepin League of Municipalities; Minnehaha Creek Watershed District; Pioneer-Sarah Creek Watershed Management Commission (representative); Gillespie Center Advisory Council; Mound Fire Advisory Committee (alternate); Parks Commission (rotating) ii) Patricia Thoele – Acting Mayor; Personnel Committee; Planning Commission (rotating); Parks Commission (rotating); Economic Development Authority iii) Mark Vanderlinde – Economic Development Authority; St. Bonifacius Fire Advisory Committee; Planning Commission (rotating); Parks Commission (rotating) iv) Pam Mortenson – Economic Development Authority; Planning Commission (rotating); Parks Commission (rotating); Spirit of the Lakes Festival; Pioneer-Sarah Creek Watershed Management Commission (alternate) v) Bob Christians – Economic Development Authority; Mound Fire Advisory Committee (rep); Westonka Community & Commerce; Planning Commission (rotating); Parks Commission (rotating) 8) Adjournment The agenda packet with all background material is located at the back table for viewing by the public. Published agenda is subject to change without notice. Information and materials relating to the above items are available for review at city hall by appointment.