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Wayzata is a premier suburb located 11 miles west of downtown Minneapolis. With a population of 4,500 people, Wayzata is a tight-knit community which is known for its vibrant downtown and picturesque setting on Lake Minnetonka. A popular destination for visitors, Wayzata’s downtown is home to a number of specialty shops, boutiques, professional services, and restaurants.

Friday, December 31, 2010

Photos of Wayzata Bay by Marcia Bignall




Wayzata Depot


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Wayzata Police Blotter December 21 - 27, 2010

Theft Reported: 12-27-2010 1512
Unauthorized use of credit card used at Wayzata BP station and two other locations/ loss approx. $85 / under investigation
Addresses Involved
1490 Wayzata Blvd E

Damage Prop/Rpt Reported: 12-23-2010 1610
Vehicle "keyed"
Addresses Involved
1XX Peavey La

Vandalism/Rpt Reported: 12-23-2010 0735
Home egged and mailbox damaged
Addresses Involved
1XX Hunters Glen Rd

DWI Reported: 12-19-2010 1703
Female, 47 yr old from Burnsville, arrested for 2nd degree DWI and Test Refusal
Addresses Involved
EB Shoreline Dr. (Co. Rd. 15 W) and Ferndale Rd. W, Wayzata, MN 55391
Names Involved
(Arrested) Parent, Doreen Diana


MISSING/LOST PROPERTY 1
FOUND PROPERTY 1
PIMV 2
H & R PDMV 1
OTHER MEDICAL 7
WELFARE CHECK - ADULT 1
DOMESTIC 1
CIVIL MATTER 1
TRESPASSING WARNING GIVEN 1
DISTURBANCE/FIGHT/LOUD PARTY 3
SUSPICION 3
RV/SNOWMOBILE COMPLAINT 1
PARKING COMPL 3
RECORD CHECKS 2
PATROL REQUEST 2
MOTORIST ASSIST/STALL 4
UTILITY PROBLEM 2
PUBLIC ASSIST 3
BUSINESS ALARM 4
HOME ALARM 1
911 HANG-UP 2
WARRANT/ATTEMPT/ARREST 2
PROP DAMAGE-MS-PRIVATE-OTHER INTENT 2
FRAUD-MS-FIN-TRAN-CARD-NO-CONSENT-250-LESS 1


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Wayzata City Council Meeting Agenda for January 4, 2011

Wayzata City Hall Community Room, 600 Rice Street
CITY COUNCIL MEETING - 7:00 PM
Special Meeting - Finance Task Force Workshop - 5:00 pm

1. Roll Call
a. Oath of Office - Jack Amdal & Tom Tanner Orsen
2. Public Forum - 15 Minutes (3 min/person)
3. New Business
a. Res. # __-2011 for a CUP at 1630 Holdridge Cir. Gadow 2
b. Res. # 01-2011 Designating Appointments and Assignments for 2011 Orsen 78
c. 2nd Rdg of Ord. # 711 Auth the Issuance of General Obligation Bonds Orsen 80
d. Res. # 03-2011 Calling for the Sale of Gen. Obligation Bonds, Series 2011A for the Muni Orsen 82
e. Presentation of Big Woods Management Plan Bader 84
4. City Manager's Report and Discussion Items
5. Public Forum (As Necessary)
6. Adjournment

Meeting Rules of Conduct:
Turn in white card for public forum and blue card for agenda item
Give name and address
Indicate if representing a group
Limit remarks to 3 minutes

Upcoming Meetings:
City Council - January 18 and February 1
Planning Commission - January 5 and 19


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Wayzata Planning Commission Meeting Agenda Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Community Room,
600 Rice Street East,
Wayzata, Minnesota

7:00 p.m.
1. Call to Order, Roll Call, and Approval of Minutes
2. Regular Agenda Public Hearing Items:
a. 517 Rice Street – Shoreland CUP – Donald & Denica Fraser
3. Other Items:
a. Review of Development Activities
b. Other items
9:00 p.m.
4. Adjournment

NOTES:
1. Time(s) are estimated and provided for informational purposes only.
2. Members of the Planning Commission and some staff may gather at the Wayzata Bar and Grill immediately after the meeting for a purely social event. All members of the public are welcome.

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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

OBITUARY: Thomas Wallfred

Wallfred, Thomas Carl age 75, of Wayzata, passed away December 22, 2010. Preceded in death by his parents and daughter, Elizabeth. Tom was a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He began his career at Northwestern Bell and retired after 31 years from US West. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather and friend. Survived by loving wife of 51 years, Mary; son, Tom (Julie) Wallfred and grandchildren, John and Cameron Wallfred. Memorial service 2 PM Thursday, December 30, 2010 at Wayzata Community Church, 125 E. Wayzata Blvd., Wayzata. Memorials preferred to Wayzata Community Church or the donor's favorite charity. David Lee Funeral Home Wayzata 952-473-5577 www.davidleefuneralhome.com

OBITUARY: Margaret "Jo" Peterson

Peterson, Margaret “Jo”
Age 76 of Minnetonka, passed away peacefully on December 26th at sunset, surrounded by her family. Jo was a one-of-a kind mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, who shared her quick wit and humor with all who knew her. Preceded in death by husband, William and sister, Mary Jane Zimmerman. Survived by children, Tracy (Mary) Peterson and Wendy (Gary) Tully; grandchildren, Quin Peterson, Jack and Erin Tully; sister, Juanita Thiel as well as many nieces, nephews and friends. Memorial service 11 AM Monday, January 3, 2011 at Wayzata Community Church, 125 E. Wayzata Blvd., Wayzata with visitation one hour prior to the service at church. Memorials may be directed to the donor’s favorite charity.
David Lee Funeral Home
Wayzata 952-473-5577
www.davidleefuneralhome.com

OBITUARY: Louis J. Moriarty

Moriarty, Louis J. Died unexpectedly on December 24, 2010 at the age of 93. Louis was born August 21, 1917 in Shakopee, Minnesota, to Judge Joseph J. and Margaret H. Moriarty. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Evelyn Peterson Moriarty, his parents, two brothers, Patrick and Mannix, and a sister, Dr. Harriet P. Burns. Louis was a veteran of World War II. He served with the 8th Army Air Force and was stationed in England for 3 years. He was a Special Agent of the U.S. Treasury Department and worked throughout the United States. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in June, 1949 and was admitted to the Minnesota Bar later that year. He was approved to practice in the Tax Courts of the United States in January of 1952. Louis was a practicing Attorney in Minneapolis for over 50 years. Louis was a long-time member of the Minneapolis Athletic Club, the American Legion, Amateur Chefs, and was on the Board of Directors of many Minnesota corporations. In 1980 Louis, along with Vince E. Egan were the originators of the "Sesame Street Live" traveling children's shows. He always had a twinkle in his eye; he enjoyed life to the fullest. His law practice was his life. He lived his Catholic faith and believed in helping others through difficult times. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him. He is survived by his wife, Audrey Neslund Moriarty; his son Timothy (Lori) Moriarty of Brooklyn Center; daughter, Colleen Moriarty of Minneapolis; and step-daughter Kristin (Shawn) Vogen of River Forest, Illinois; grandchildren, Colin, Ryan (Kristen), and Joseph Walker; Ian and Shannon Moriarty; Bjorn, Kaitlin and Mara Vogen; great-grandchildren, Louis Moriarty Walker and Eleanor Mae Walker; sister, Mary Galvani of New York City; as well as many nieces and nephews and many, many friends. He was well loved by many people throughout his long life. Mass of Christian Burial 11 AM Thursday, December 30, 2010 at the Church of St. Bartholomew, 630 E. Wayzata Blvd., Wayzata. Visitation one hour prior to Mass at church. Interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Veteran Memorial Hospital, Fort Snelling. David Lee Funeral Home Wayzata 952-473-5577 www.davidleefuneralhome.com

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from Wayzata MN

Merry Christmas to you and yours from all
of us at Wayzata.com.



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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Skip Linden receives honor upon retirement

Skip Linden receives an honor from Mayor Ken
Willcox. Photo Dan Gustafson.
Mayor Ken Willcox presents Skip Linden with a plaque in celebration of 43 years of service with the US Post Office. "He was conscientious and engaging, and such a big part of our lives in Wayzata." Willcox stated during the ceremony.

Linden was very thankful, and the Council Chambers were at capacity. Skip accepted the award by stating, "I have had a great time, and I want to thank everyone I deliver to or met for making my life very interesting."

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Wayzata Police Blotter December 14 - 20, 2010

Disturb Peace Disturbance
Reported: 12-20-2010  1120
Five people holding a banner on the city sidewalk protesting the contractors building the new municipal liquor operation. Banner said "Shame on Wayzata". Group was not breaking any laws. Advised.
Addresses Involved
Lake Street E & Superior Boulevard


DWI
Reported: 12-19-2010  1703
Reports not completed at time of publication / Test Refusal
Addresses Involved
EB Shoreline Dr. (Co. Rd. 15 W) & Ferndale Rd. W


Disturb Peace Disturbance
Reported: 12-19-2010  1231
group of 10-15 protesters on the ice, protesting health care cost. I had group remove signs from property..
Addresses Involved
6XX Ferndale Rd W,


Suspicious Act
Reported: 12-15-2010  1853
Report of a suspicious solicitor selling meat. The suspect was last seen driving away in a van labeled Halvorson's meat northbound on central. I checked the area, but was not able to locate the van.


Terroristic Threats
Reported: 12-14-2010  0810
Juvenile displayed knife on school bus
Addresses Involved
149 BARRY AVE N,


PIMV 1
PDMV 6
OTHER MEDICAL 8
72 Hour Hold/Emergency Admission 1
WELFARE CHECK - ADULT 3
WELFARE CHECK - JUV 1
INFO REC'D 4
DOMESTIC 1
DISTURBANCE/FIGHT/LOUD PARTY 2
SUSPICION 2
CONFIDENTIAL INFO 1
DRIVING/TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 2
PARKING COMPL 1
LIQUOR LICENSE CHECKS/PERMIT 1
SOLICITATION 1
ASSIST CHILD PROTECTION 1
MOTORIST ASSIST/STALL 6
UTILITY PROBLEM 1
PUBLIC ASSIST 4
BUSINESS ALARM 1
HOME ALARM 3
ASSIST OTHER DEPT 2
ASLT 2-FEAR BODILY HARM-KNIFE ETC-CHLD-ACQ 1
THEFT-500 OR LESS MS-SELF SERVE GAS-GAS ONLY 1
WEAPON-FE-POSS-OTHER-ON SCHOOL PROPERTY

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Trip to the Vikings versus Bears game

Jeff Shore and Dan Gustafson in front of TCF Stadium
for the Vikings Bears game.  
Jeff Shore and I went down to the Vikings game last night to enjoy the first professional football game played outdoors in Minnesota since 1980, despite the fact the he is a Packers fan.  Jeff suggested that we go as we were hanging out on his deck on Saturday night, and my first reaction was no, let's watch it on TV from the comfort of one of our living rooms.

Sunday night, after watching the Packers lose to the Patriots, I started browsing Craigslist for tix.  There were many that were available, and Jeff still indicated he wanted to go.

Monday morning was very busy with client meetings and expectations, but my 1:00 appointment cancellation allowed me to duck out of the office early.  We found a couple of tickets with some season ticket holders from Edina, and I met them them at 100 and Vernon Avenue at the local gas station.  It's always a little bit sketchy buying tickets from someone you don't know!



I proceed to head downtown to meet Jeff at the Wells Fargo tower, bringing his outdoor gear along so he wouldn't have to go to the game in a business suit.  We hopped a bus on Nicollet and Washington, and rode over to the Bank.

We had come well prepared with spirits tucked inside our coveralls, but the pat downs we observed told us we should ditch them outside the stadium--too bad because the pat down was a formality, touching arms and ribs only and looked worse than it really was.  The Captain Morgan I had stuffed inside my coveralls would have sailed through!

Once inside, we found very nice seats at about the 20 yard line with our backs to the wind and snow that fell throughout most of the game.

Favre and the Vikings made the first scoring drive look easy, but the rest of the performance on the field was anemic.  However, the fans were having a great time, with random snowballs flying during TV timeouts and after scores by Percy Harvin and Joe Webb.  By the way, Webb looks very raw, and should probably be moved back to wide receiver.

The bank.

We witnessed the introduction of the 50 greatest players at halftime, and I was pleasantly surprised with how many old-time Vikings players showed up and seemed to be enjoying the outdoor style of football.  Ahmad Rashad seems to never appear at any of these things, and there he was smiling and waving.  Also it was good to see Tommy Kramer, Anthony Carter, and Joey Browner, some of the first Vikings I can remember watching as a boy in Crookston on our state of the art 19" color TV!

We ditched the game right at the beginning of the fourth quarter, as Devon Hester and the special teams unit of the Bears left no question who was the better team this night.  Then we hopped a bus packed full of people and headed back to downtown Minneapolis.

A quick drive back to Wayzata with one cold one at the Muni before heading home sealed the night.

Did you go?  What were your impressions of the game and an outdoor stadium for the Vikings?  Let us know!

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Monday, December 20, 2010

Muni site protested by Union

Protesters in front of the Muni object to the wages
being paid to contractors--calling them non-standard.
As if there couldn't be any more drama surrounding the decision to build the Wayzata Bar and Grill, today some Union brick layers and cement mixers showed up in front of the new Muni site to protest the City of Wayzata not paying "standard wages and benefits" to the workers on site.

Spokesman Mike Connelly indicated, "The people they are using are not getting the area standard wage--what we pay our members."  When asked what the wage should be, Connelly replied $43 per hour with benefits.

Connelly's flyer indicates "Shame on the City of Wayzata for Hiring Contractors who do not pay area standard wages and benefits.  The City of Wayzata has hired contractors, Thompson Construction and M&R Masonry, for the new Municipal Liquor Operation who do not pay the area standard wages and benefits.  Contact the Mayor and City Councilors and tell them not to undercut workers pay."

Update at 1:46:

Mayor Ken Willcox indicates, "We bid out the work, and went with the low bidder.  We are looking for the lowest costs, so we have who we have.  I understand what their concern is, our concern is cost."

Stay tuned to Wayzata.com, your Muni protest leader.


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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Friday, December 17, 2010

Hennepin County Sheriff's Department executes search warrant

The Hennepin County Sheriff's Department executed a search warrant December 16 near Broadway and Park streets. A call to media relations at the department was not immediately returned.

Wayzata Police Chief Mike Risvold confirmed that the warrant was executed, "We were not involved--but were told about it two minutes before it happened. Other than that, I don't know a whole lot about it."

The commotion got the attention of a number of concerned parents and students at St. Bartholomew Catholic School, according to Chief Risvold.

If you have more info on the situation, please let us know: wayzata@gmail.com.

Stay tuned to your City of Wayzata search warrant execution leader, Wayzata.com.

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OBITUARY: Susan M. Schmidt

Susan Mardelle (Burch) Schmidt

Our family’s most enthusiastic cheerleader slipped gently from this earth on December 15 at home on Carman’s Bay.

Born February 12, 1941.

Survived by husband of 48 years, Jim; children, Mark (Carlyn) Schmidt, Nancy (Greg) Riebel, Karen DeLorenzo; grandchildren, Tanner, Logan, Teagan and Kennedy; sister, Barb (Dave) Verville, and brother, Jack (Marion) Burch. Also survived by a much loved extended family and many cherished friends.

A brilliant wit, superb cook, legendary party diva, devoted hockey mom and grandma, ardent Vikings fan and tireless community volunteer:

Lions highest humanitarian service award (Melvin Jones Fellow); secretary Gillespie Center; Mound Westonka School Board (1986-88); and many years of service to the Mound community, Women of St. Martin’s and the Mrs. Jaycees.

Memorial service at 5 p.m. on Monday December 20, at St. Martins by-the-Lake Episcopal Church, 2801 Westwood Road, Minnetonka Beach followed by a celebration of Sue’s life from 6-9 p.m. at the Gillespie Community Center in Mound.

Memorials preferred to the Gillespie Center, which Sue treasured.
David Lee Funeral Home
Wayzata 952-473-5577
www.davidleefuneralhome.com

Registration for skating lessons at Klapprich Rink now open

Skating lessons at Klapprich Rink.
Another winter season has arrived (in a flurry!, and online registration is now open for skating lessons at Klapprich Park. Go to the online registration tool by clicking this link.

Please note there will be two evaluation sessions to help direct/group participants (December 21 and 28).
Lessons will run for 5 weeks this year (Jan. 3 – Feb. 6). Minimum class size is 3; maximum is 6.

This year, lessons are designed and run by the United States Figure Skating Association and endorsed by USA Hockey. The mission of the Basic Skills Program is to provide a goal-oriented program that encourages ice skating at all levels and to enhance the quality of skating skills at these levels. The lessons will provide a fun and safe skating experience for the beginner as well as the more advanced skater and teach correct technique of the simple basic elements.

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Wayzata Women's Chorus to compete at 2011 International Musical Eisteddfod in Wales

The Wayzata Women’s Chorus has been invited to compete at the International Musical Eisteddfod in Llangollen, Wales during the week of July 4-10, 2011.

In October, 2010, the Chorus sent an application and submitted a CD of three songs to be judged for the competition. In December, the members of the Chorus were given the good news that the application had been officially accepted in the Classical and Folk categories. They will compete against other choirs from around the world during two days of the competition. If they win first place, they will go into the world competition. This is a dream come true for director Carole Birch, who has wanted the chorus to participate in this competition since becoming its director 25 years ago. The chorus is accompanied by Mary Fadden.

The Chorus’ spring concerts, in May, will feature the music they will sing in the competition. To raise money for the trip, the chorus is available for paying engagements. Contact Lenore Miller at lenoremiller@yahoo.com or Carole Birch at cbbirch1@q.com.

Founded in 1985, this award-winning chorus is composed of women of many ages who share a love of music and enjoy performing in a variety of venues. The chorus is well respected for the depth of their repertoire. They attained the Bronze Level at the Salzburg, Austria Choral Competition in 1995 and participated in the North Carolina Music Festival in 1997. In June 2006, they performed in the Southern New England Music Festival in Boston.

Llangollen, clustered around the River Dee, nestled in the Vale of Llangollen, and surrounded by hills is as scenic as it gets.  It is best known today as the home of the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod. For one week in July this village comes alive with dancers, singers, choirs and musicians from all over the world and the village of 3000 people swells to 120,000 as cultural competitions and celebrations dominate the scene.

The village takes its name from Sain Collen who founded it in the 7th century. Two hundred years ago it consisted mainly of a green and a street joined by one of the "Seven Wonders of Wales", a four arched bridge, built in the 16th century on parts of a 13th century one. The river rushes through the village making the bridge a favourite place to stand and contemplate the beauties of the area while listening to the water roaring past.

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Wayzata Planning Commission Meeting Agenda Monday, December 20, 2010

Community Room,
600 Rice Street East,
Wayzata, Minnesota

7:00 p.m.

  1. Call to Order, Roll Call, and Approval of Minutes
  2. Items Continued from December 6, 2010 Meeting:
    a. 1630 Holdridge Circle – Lecy Brothers Homes
    i. Conditional Use Permit for the redevelopment of a vacant lot
  3. Workshop Items
    a. Wireless Telecommunications Facilities Ordinance
    b. Discussion of State Supreme Court Variance Ruling
  4. Other Items:
    a. Review of Development Activities
    b. Other items
  5. Adjournment (9:00 p.m.)
NOTES:
  1. Time(s) are estimated and provided for informational purposes only.
  2. Members of the Planning Commission and some staff may gather at the Wayzata Bar and Grill immediately after the meeting for a purely social event. All members of the public are welcome.


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Wayzata City Council Meeting Agenda for Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Wayzata City Hall Community Room, 600 Rice Street
  • 5:15 PM - PLANNING COMMISSION, HRA and HPB INTERVIEWS
  • 7:00 PM - CITY COUNCIL MEETING
  • 8:30 PM CLOSED SPECIAL MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL TO DISCUSS THE CITY'S LABOR NEGOTIATION STRATEGY PURSUANT TO MINN. STAT. SEC. 13D.03
  1. Roll Call
  2. Public Forum - 15 Minutes (3 min/person)
    a. Proclamation Recognizing Robert "Skip" Linden Willcox
  3. Approval of Minutes
    a. Minutes of December 7
  4. New Business
    a. Consider and Approve Fire Department Relief Association Bylaws K. Klapprich 8
    b. Consider and Approve 2011 Fire Officers Appointments K. Klapprich 46
    c. Consider and Adopt 1st Rdg of Ord. # 711 Auth the Issuance of G. O. Bonds (Muni) Orsen 47
    d. Consider and Adopt Res. # 51-2010 RLS Plat - Wayzata Bay Center Gadow 49
    e. Consider and Adopt Res. #52-2010 Authorizing Study of Wireless Telecomm. Facilities Ordinance/Consider and Adopt Emergency Interim Ordinance #712 - Six Month Moratorium on Wireless Telecommunications Facilities Gadow 71
    f. Consider and Adopt Res. #48-2010 Approving Planning Commission Appointments Orsen 75
    g. Consider and Adopt Resolution #49-2010 Approving HRA Appointments Orsen 77
    h. Consider and Adopt Resolution #50-2010 Approving HPB Appointments Orsen 79
    i. Consider and Approve Municipal Licenses (staff recommends approval) Orsen 81
    j. Consider and Approve Municipal Licenses (Administrative) Orsen 82
  5. City Manager's Report and Discussion Items
  6. Public Forum (As Necessary)
  7. Closed Meeting
    a. Council resolves to go into closed session
  8. Adjournment
Meeting Rules of Conduct:

Turn in white card for public forum and blue card for agenda item
Give name and address
Indicate if representing a group
Limit remarks to 3 minutes

Upcoming Meetings:
City Council - January 4 and Jan 18
Planning Commission - January 5 and 19

Members of the City Council and some staff members may gather at the Wayzata Bar and Grill immediately after the meeting for a purely social event. All members of the public are welcome.

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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Wayzata Police Blotter December 7 - 13, 2010

McGruff says, "Take
a bite out of crime!"
The Wayzata Police Blotter is brought to you by the Wayzata Crime Prevention Coalition, a non-profit group that raises awareness and money to assist the Wayzata Police Department in keeping Wayzata a safe Community. For more information, or to get involved, visit www.wayzatacrimeprevention.org. Take a bite out of crime!

No Pay
Reported: 12-10-2010  2059
Gas No Pay / loss $40
Addresses Involved
1490 Wayzata Blvd E – Wayzata BP

Welfare Check-Child left in vehicle
Reported: 12-09-2010  1456
Child neglect charges pending against mother (56 yr old from Excelsior) who left her sleeping child in vehicle for approx. one hour while getting her hair done at a salon
Addresses Involved
700 block of Lake Street E

Failed Alcohol Compliance Check
Reported: 12-08-2010  2100
During routine compliance alcohol checks, one business failed by selling to underage person
Addresses Involved
1313 Wayzata Blvd - Punch Pizza

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Three teenaged males observed shoplifting breakfast sandwiches and ran away when confronted / loss $6
Addresses Involved
1325 Wayzata Blvd Holiday Station


MISSING ANIMAL 1
MISSING/LOST PROPERTY 2
PDMV 4
H & R PDMV 1
Vehicle Fire 1
OTHER MEDICAL 8
72 Hour Hold/Emergency Admission 1
WELFARE CHECK - ADULT 2
INFO REC'D 1
DOMESTIC 1
CIVIL MATTER 1
SUSPICION 3
DRIVING/TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 2
PARKING COMPL 1
RECORD CHECKS 2
FIREARM PERMIT 1
LIQUOR LICENSE CHECKS/PERMIT 6
ALCOHOL COMPLIANCE CHECK 1
SOLICITATION 1
ANIMAL COMPLAINT/CHECK 3
MOTORIST ASSIST/STALL 11
UTILITY PROBLEM 1
PUBLIC ASSIST 5
BUSINESS ALARM 6
HOME ALARM 4
911 HANG-UP 1
ASSIST OTHER DEPT 1
CRM AGNST FAM-GM-NEGLECT CHLD-OTHER 1
LIQUOR - SELLING 1
LIQUOR-UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION 18-21 1
THEFT-500 OR LESS MS-SELF SERVE GAS-GAS ONLY 1
THEFT-MS-SHOPLIFTING-250 OR LESS 1



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