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ORDINANCES - 1ST READING (ITEMS 12 THRU 23 HAD 1ST READING; SEE ITEM #19)

12)  02-140    Renaming Preserve Lane east of the intersection of Firebush Lane
               and Preserve Lane as "Preserve Court." Fact Sheet (222K)

13)  02-141    Approving an exchange of land between the City dba Lincoln Electric 
               System and B&J Partners in conjunction with the Public Building
               Commission parking garage.(Request for 2nd & 3rd readings 
               10/14/02)

14)  02-142    Amending the pay schedules for a certain employee group assigned
               to the pay range which is prefixed by the letter "M" by deleting
               the job classifications of Deputy Fire Chief of EMS and Deputy
               Fire Chief of Administration.  Fact Sheet (48K)

15)  02-143    Amending Sections 2.76.015, Positions Covered by Rules, to clarify 
               language; 2.76.150, Compensation Plan, Merit Pay Plan, Pay Increases
               for Exceptional Service, to reflect changes resulting from the 
               new pay plan for pay ranges preceded by the letter "N" or "X";
               and 2.76.200, Compensation Plan, Temporary Assignment in a Higher
               Classification, to reflect changes to better address appointment
               to "crew leader" status.  Fact Sheet (48K)

16)  02-144    Amending the pay schedules for a certain employee groups assigned
               to the pay range which is prefixed by the letter "X" by creating
               the classifications of Prosecution Assistant, Employment Clerk,
               Office Assistant, Senior Office Assistant, and Office Specialist.
               Fact Sheet (48K), Senior Office Assistant (7K), Prosecution
               Assistant (8K) Employment Clerk (8K), Office Assistant (7K)
               Office Specialist (7K)

17)  02-145    Amending the pay schedules for certain employee groups assigned 
               to the pay range which is prefixed by the letter "A" and "C" by
               creating the job classification of Transportation Planner; changing
               the title of Crime Analysis Technician to Crime Analyst; and
               deleting the job classifications of Engineering Technician and
               Landscape Architect.  Fact Sheet (49K), Transportation Planner (8K) 

18)  02-146    Amending the pay schedules for certain employee groups assigned 
               to the pay range which is prefixed by the letter "N" by creating
               the job classifications of Office Assistant, Senior Office
               Assistant, Office Specialist, Office Manager, Publications 
               Specialist, Police Services Specialist, Police Records Technician,
               Crime Analysis Technician, Permit Assistant, and Animal Control
               Dispatcher.  Fact Sheet (50K), Office Specialist (7K)
               Permit Assistant (8K), Police Services Specialist (8K) 
               Animal Control Dispatcher (7K), Office Manager (7K) 
               Publications Specialist (7K)

19)  02-147    Approving a Lease Agreement between the City Urban Development
               Department and Haymarket Square for the lease of office space
               located at 808 P Street, Suite 400, for a three year term 
               commencing March 1, 2003. (Request to have 2nd & 3rd Reading 
               10/14/02) Lease (634K)(CAMP - CONFLICT OF INTEREST)

20)  02-148    Approving a Lease Agreement between the City Urban Development 
               Department and Lancaster County for the lease of office space
               located at Trabert Hall, 2202 South 11th Street for a three year
               term commencing March 1, 2003. (Request to have 2nd & 3rd
               Reading 10/14/02) Lease (597K)

21)  02-149    Approving a Lease Agreement between the City Aging Services 
               Department and Lincoln Investment Group, L.L.C. for the lease
               of office space located at 1001 O Street for a ten year term 
               commencing March 1, 2003. (Request to have 2nd & 3rd Reading 
               10/14/02) Lease (629K)

22)  02-150    Approving a Lease Agreement between the City Aging Services 
               Department and Commerce Court for the lease of office space
               located at 1230 O Street, Suite 400, for a ten year term 
               commencing March 1, 2003.  (Request to have 2nd & 3rd
               Reading 10/14/02) Lease (821K)

23)  02-151    Approving a Lease Agreement between the City Aging Services 
               Department and Lancaster County for the lease of office space
               located at Trabert Hall, 2202 South 11th Street for a three year
               term commencing March 1, 2003. (Request to have 2nd & 3rd  
               Reading 10/14/02) Lease (616K)
 

ORDINANCES - 3RD READING

24)  02-138    Renaming the stub street running east from Tallgrass Parkway from 
               "Nighthawk Road" to "Blue Sage Boulevard", generally located at 
               Highway 34 and Fallbrook Boulevard.  Fact Sheet (650K)
               (PASSED, 7-0; #18071)


PENDING LIST   (EXTENDED ONE WEEK; SEE ITEM 38)

25)  00-65     Change of Zone 3196 - App. of the Interim Planning Director for a
               change from B-1 Local Business & R-3 Residential to B-2 Planned
               Neighborhood Business & from R-3 Residential to AGR Agricultural
               Residential, on property generally located at S. Coddington Ave. 
               & W. Van Dorn St. (In connection w/00-67) 4/17/00 - Placed on 
               Pending) (3/5/01 - Placed on Pending)  Fact Sheet (1.4M)

26)  00-67     Change of Zone 3247 - App. of the Interim Planning Director for a
               change from AGR Agricultural Residential & R-3 Residential to B-2
               Planned Neighborhood Business, on property generally located on 
               the southwest corner of S. Coddington Ave. & W. Van Dorn St.
               (In connection w/00-65) (4/17/00 - Placed on Pending) (3/5/01 -
               Placed on Pending)  Fact Sheet (949K)

27)  01-39     Vacating the south 40' of X St. adjacent to Lot 1, Block 6, North
               Lincoln Add., generally located at N. 9th & X Sts. (4/2/01 - Action
               delayed for two weeks to 4/16/01) (4/16/01 - Placed on pending for 
               3 months 7/16/01) (7/9/01 - To remain on pending) Fact Sheet (1.1M)

28)  01-66     Change of Zone 3315 - App. of Phil and Mary Durst for a change 
               from R-4 Residential to I- 1 Industrial on property generally 
               located at South 1st and L Streets. (4/23/01 - Placed on
               Pending; Pub. Hearing Cont'd.)  Fact Sheet (997K), Photo's (618K),
               Photo's (664K), Drawings (2.2M), Photo's (1.4M)

29)  00-177    Vacating a portion of N. 60th St. from Seward Ave. south 142 ft. 
               (10/16/00 - Placed on Pending) (10/8/01 - To have Pub. Hearing &
               Action on 10/15/01) (10/15/01 - Pub. Hearing & Action Delayed 2 
               weeks to 10/29/01) (10/29/01 - Placed on pending indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (16K)

30)  01-150    Creating paving District 2623 in N.W. 27th Street from approximately 
               West O Street north to the Interstate bridge and assessing the cost 
               thereof against the benefitted property. (11/19/01
               - Reconsidered & placed on Pending)  Fact Sheet (26K),
               Attachment (93K)

31)  01-182    Amending Chapter 5.36 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating to 
               Peddlers by adding a new section to prohibit use by peddlers of
               any truck over 21 feet in length in any residential zoning district,
               except for the purpose of delivery goods. (12/17/01 - Placed on
               Pending until 1/14/02) (1/7/02 - To remain on Pending)
               Fact Sheet (4K)

32)  02-22     Amending Chapter 2.65 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating to the
               Police and Fire Pension Plan - Plan "B" to provide for a one-time
               increase to Police and Fire Pension Retirees and Deferred Annuitant
               Retirees scheduled to receive a monthly pension payment. 
               (2/25/02 - Placed on Pending)

33)  02-23     Amending Chapter 2.66 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating to 
               the Police and Fire Pension Plan - Plan "C" to provide for a 
               one-time increase to Police and Fire Pension Retirees and Deferred
               Annuitant Retirees scheduled to receive a future monthly pension
               payment. (2/25/02 - Placed on Pending) 

34)  02R-20    Directing submittal to the qualified electors of the city a proposed 
               Charter amendment to Article IV, Section 7, to allow the council, 
               by ordinance, to change the compensation of council members and
               to provide that no increase in compensation shall become effective
               during the council term in which voted. (2/25/02 - Placed on pending
               indefinitely.)   Fact Sheet (4K)

35)  02-31     Vacating a 5' x 30'6" portion of North 7th Street adjacent to the
               south 37' of Lot 9, Block 32, Original Plat of Lincoln, generally
               located at N. 7th and P Streets. (3/18/02 - Public Hearing Cont'd.
               w/3rd Reading) (3/25/02- Action delayed to 4/8/02) (In connection
               W/02R-64)(4/8/02 - Placed on Pending until policy recommendation
               from Urban Development)

36)  02-39     Establishing a retirement incentive program for City employees who
               meet certain age & service criteria. (In connection w/02R-63)
               (3/25/02 - Pub. Hearing delayed to 4/15/02) (Request 2nd & 3rd 
               Reading w/Emergency Clause)(4/15/02-Pending Indefinitely, w/P.H. &
               2nd Reading when Bill is brought forward)

37)  02R-63    Approving a transfer of appropriations from existing re-appropri- 
               ations for budgets in various departments for the funding of the 
               retirement incentive program as set forth in Bill No. 02-39.
               (In connection w/02-39)(3/25/02 - Pub. Hearing delayed to 
               4/15/02) (4/15/02 - Placed on Pending Indefinitely w/Pub. Hearing
               when Bill brought forward)

38)   02-58    Creating Improvement District No. 183 in S.W. 8th Street from West
               C Street to Hanneman Drive and assessing the cost thereof to the
               benefitted properties. (5/20/02 - Placed on Pending) (Request to
               remove from Pending & Withdraw) (WITHDRAWN, 7-0; #38-4415)

39)  02-114    Amending Chapter 2.54 of the Lincoln Municipal Code by adding a new 
               section entitled "Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees and 
               Elected Officials" to supplement the existing conflicts of
               interest regulations.  (7/29/02 - Placed on pending until a
               committee is formed) Fact Sheet (4K) 

40)  02-126    Approving a multi-year lease between the City of Lincoln Parks and 
               Recreation Department and Nebraska Wesleyan University for the 
               improvement of and use of the baseball field located in Woods
               Park.  (9/9/02 - To have 2nd Reading on 9/30/02)(Public Hearing 
               con't with action on 10/14/02) Lease (188K) Letter (298K),
               Exhibit A (4K), Exhibit B (465K), Exhibit C (40K)

41)  02R-207   Approving a schedule for water use charges to increase revenues for 
               the Lincoln Water System. (9/30/02 - Placed on pending to have
               public hearing  the same time as Impact Fees public hearing)
               Fact Sheet (6K)

							 
WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL, THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE 
  PUBLIC HEARING ON OCTOBER 14, 2002, 1:30 P.M.:      (APPROVED, 7-0;
  (SEE ITEMS 42 & 51)

42)  02R-220   Appointing Kathleen (Kay) Young and Jim Hille to the Community 
               Forestry Advisory Board for three-year terms expiring August 17,
               2005. (Request to suspend rules to have action 10/7/02).
               Fact Sheet (34K) (SUSPENDED THE RULES TO HAVE ACTION THIS 
               DATE, 5-2; CAMP, COOK DISSENTING; ADOPTED, 7-0; A-81747)

43)  02R-221   Appointing Helen Meeks to the Community Health Endowment Board
               of Trustees for a three-year term expiring September 1, 2005.
               Fact Sheet (150K)

44)  02R-222   Reappointing Clay Smith, Helen Boosalis, and A. Michael Alesio to
               the Community Health Endowment Board of Trustees for three-year 
               terms expiring September 1, 2005.

45)  02R-223   Reappointing Matt Morrissey and John "Jack" Lorenzen to the Water
               Conditioning Board of Examiners for three-year terms expiring 
               September 4, 2005.

46)  02R-224   Reappointing Matt Morrissey to the Examining Board of Plumbers for
               a three-year term expiring September 4, 2005.

47)  02R-225   Reappointing Thomas Christie, Annette McRoy, Amir Azimi, Amrita 
               Mahapatra, and Charles Greene to the Multicultural Advisory 
               Committee for three-year terms expiring September 18, 2005.

48)  02R-226   Authorizing the use of public right-of-way to bury fiber optic 
               line along the south side of O Street from a point 290 feet east 
               of Wedgewood Drive, west 910 feet to an existing vault just west
               of 70th Street.

49)  02R-227   Approving a three-year contract with Continuum Employee Assistance 
               to provide assessment and referral to employees and family members
               for personal problems which may affect job performance. 
               Continuum Employee Assistance Contract (61K)

50)  02R-228   Accepting the report of new and pending claims against the City and 
               approving disposition of claims set forth therein for the period of
               September 16 - 30, 2002. Fact Sheet (61K), Exhibit A (61K)

51)  02R-229   Reappointing Sheryl Burbach to the Community Forestry Advisory 
               Board for a three-year term expiring August 17, 2005. (Request
               to suspend rules to have action 10/07/02)((SUSPENDED THE 
               RULES TO HAVE ACTION THIS DATE, 5-2; CAMP, COOK DISSENTING; 
               ADOPTED, 7-0; A-81747)

52)  02R-230   Appointing John Harris to the Multicultural Advisory Committee for 
               a three-year term expiring September 18, 2005.  Fact Sheet (61K)

53)  02R-231   Special Permit 1984 - Application of David and Doreen Miller for a 
               parking lot on residentially zone property generally located at 
               South 17th and Washington Streets.  Fact Sheet (416K)

54)  02R-232   Adopting the changes in the Access Rules that have been proposed
               by the Cable Television Advisory Board.  Fact Sheet (825K)

55)  02R-233   Approving an amendment to the previously approved appropriations 
               for an additional $8,000 ($4,000 City/$4,000 County) for Cedars 
               Youth Services for services to the Malone Center.

56)  02R-234   Approving a two-year agreement with Ameritas Group Dental to 
               provide administrative services to the City for the handling and 
               administration of dental claims. Fact Sheet (422K)


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AGENDA PERTAINING TO MATTERS NOT ON THE CURRENT AGENDA, OR NOT SCHEDULED TO APPEAR
ON A FUTURE AGENDA, SHOULD NOTIFY THE CITY CLERK BY 10:00 A.M. ON THE WEDNESDAY
(10/9/02) PRIOR TO THE NEXT FORMAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING (10/14/02).

            Mike Morosin         Subject: Accountability & Disclosure.
            2055 S Street       (SPOKE ON RELOCATION & REVITALIZATION   
            Lincoln NE          OF HOUSES IN THE MALONE NEIGHBORHOOD &
                                ANTELOPE VALLEY.)

     
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