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          AGENDA OF THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD
             MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2002, AT 1:30 P.M.

PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

50)            Change of Zone 3388 - Application of Carpenter Motors for a Change
               of Zone from H-2 to B-3 on property located at the Northeast Corner
               of North Cotner and "O" Streets. (Referred to Planning Dept.)

51)            Change of Zone 3389 - Application of Chee-Vee Limited Partnership for
               a Change of Zone from B-1 to H-2 on property located at 2105 & 2109
               Highway 2. (Referred to Planning Dept.)

52)            Special Permit 1994 - Application of Barbara A. Baier to expand a
               nonstandard single-family dwelling into a required yard on property
               located at 727 S. 18th Street. (Referred to Planning Dept.)
               

53)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS NONE

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS 

54)            Investment of Funds for Oct. 28 through Nov. 1, 2002.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-81823)
     
55)            Investment of Funds for Nov. 4 through Nov. 8, 2002.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-81824)

56)            Clerk's Letter & Mayor's Approval of Ordinances & Resolutions passed
               by Council on November 4, 2002. (Placed on file)

57)            Report of UNL Microbiologist for water tested during the month
               of October, 2002. (Placed on file)

58)            Report of Lincoln Water & WasteWater System Recapitulation of Daily
               Cash Receipts for October, 2002. (Placed on file)

59)            Report from City Treasurer of Telecommunication Tax for the month of
               July, Aug., & Sept., 2002: PNG Telecommunications, Inc.; for the
               month of September, 2002: American Farm Bureau, Inc., IBM Global
               Services-NS Div., GE Business Prod. Solutions, Access Line Communi-
               cations Corp., Quantum Shift Communications, Nebraska Technology
               & Telecommunications, Inc., US Paging, LLC, Shaffer Communications,
               Inc., Bell Atlantic Communications, Alltel Communications of Nebraska,
               Inc., Verizon Select Services, Inc., and McLeod USA Telecommuni-
               cations Services, Inc. (Placed on file)  


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING (ITEMS 60-72a HAD 1ST READING) 

60)  02-171    Creating Water District No. 1189 in N.W. 23rd Street, West Q to West
               "O" and assessing the cost thereof against the benefitted property.

61)  02-172    Creating Sewer District No. 1178 in N.W. 23rd Street, West Q to West
               "O", and assessing the cost thereof against the benefitted property.

62)  02-173    Creating Alley Paving District No. 363 from 26th Street to 27th
               Street between Q and R Streets, and assessing the cost thereof
               against the benefitted property.

63)  02-174    Creating Paving District No. 2624 in Frontage Road which parallels
               N. Highway 77 from Holland Road south approximately 1,375 feet and
               assessing the cost thereof against the benefitted property.

64)  02-175    Accepting and approving the lease agreements between the City and
               Nebraska Machinery Company for the lease of four articulated frame
               four-wheel drive motor graders for the snow removal season November
               2002 through February 2003 with an option to renew for two additional
               snow removal seasons, and declaring an emergency. (Request 2nd & 3rd 
               Readings w/Emergency Clause) Fact Sheet (10K), Fact Sheet (368K)

65)  02-176    Authorizing the transfer of funds and appropriations within the
               Capital Improvement Program and appropriate unprogrammed Keno Funds
               for various Parks & Recreations Dept. projects, and declaring an
               emergency. (Request Emergency Clause)  Fact Sheet (57K)

66)  02-177    Accepting the offer of Pine Lake Development, L.L.C. to dedicate 98th
               Street right-of-way generally located north of Pine Lake Road,
               abutting 98th Street to the west.  Fact Sheet (9K)

67)  02-178    Change of Zone 77HP - Application of the Director of Urban
               Development to designate the former U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
               (Old Federal Building) as a landmark, generally located at 129 N.
               10th St. Fact Sheet (722K)

68)  02-179    Change of Zone 3377 - Application of the Director of Urban
               Development for a change of zone from P Public Use to B-4 Lincoln
               Center Business District on property generally located at 9th and
               O Streets. Fact Sheet (839K)

69)  02-180    Change of Zone 3379 - Application of Marvin and Barbara
               Armstrong for a change of zone from R-4 Residential to I-1 Industrial
               on property generally located at N. 58th Street and 120' north of
               Ballard Avenue.Fact Sheet (431K)

70)  02-181    Change of Zone 3383 - Application of Capitol Sports Foundation for a
               change of zone form AG Agricultural to I-1 Industrial on property
               generally located at the northeast corner of N. 70th Street and Salt
               Creek, south of Arbor Road.  Fact Sheet (911K)

71)  02-182    Change of Zone 3384 - Application of the Planning Director for a
               change of zone from R-2 Residential to O-2 Suburban Office on 
               property generally located at 201 Capitol Beach Blvd.
               Fact Sheet (855K)

72)  02-183    Accepting the offer of Stone Bridge Creek, L.L.C. to dedicate Alvo
               Road right-of-way generally located west of North 14th Street.
               Fact Sheet (8K)

72a) 02-184    Declaring the "Comfort Station at Old Federal Place as surplus
               property on property generally located at the southwest corner 
	       of 9th and O Streets.

ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RESOLUTION FOR ACTION ONLY

73)  02-157    Amending Title 6 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating to animals by
               adding a new Chapter 6.02 relating to Animal Control Definitions
               which consolidates the definitions previously found in Chapters 
               6.04, 6.08, 6.10 and 6.12 and revises the definition of revised 
               definitions for "hobby kennel" or "catteries," "kennel," and "fowls," 
               and adds new definitions for "animal rescue organization," "animal 
               shelter," "foster homes," "rooster," "commercial boarding kennel," 
               "commercial breeding kennel," "dog kennel," "indoor housing facility,"
               "multi-dog household," "multi-cat household," "outdoor housing
               facility," and "written consent"; and; by amending Chapter 6.04
               relating to animal control regulations in general to prohibit
               roosters within the City of Lincoln, to regulate animal rescue
               organizations, and to modify permit fee provisions; by amending
               Chapter 6.08 relating to dogs to set minimum penalty amounts for
               repetitive violations of licensing requirements, to increase 
               licensing fees for dogs, to require disposal of dog feces or  
               manure in a sanitary manner, to permit and regulate multi-dog 
               households, to permit and regulate commercial breeding kennels, 
               and to exempt commercial breeding kennels and multi-dog households 
               from the prohibition of maintaining a dog kennel; by amending 
               Chapter 6.10 relating to dangerous dogs to allow the use of
               microchips for marking such dogs and to set minimum penalties; by 
               amending 6.12 relating to cats to set minimum penalties for 
               repetitive violations of licensing requirements, to place a limit 
               on the number of cats a person may own without a multi-cat household, 
               cattery or hobby kennel permit, to increase license fees for cats,
               to increase license fees for catteries and hobby kennels, to permit
               and regulate multi-cat households, to allow current cat owners or
               those who are subsequently annexed into the City who own more than
               15 cats to retain all their cats until death or transfer of
               ownership of the cat; in order to implement the recommendations
               of the Animal Control Board. (11/4/02 - Con't action to 11/18/02) 
               (MOVED 3 MOTIONS TO AMEND, 6-1, SVOBODA DISSENTING; PASSED AS  
               AMENDED, 7-0; #18092)

74)  02-160    Amending Title 27 of the Lincoln Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance)
               to add a new Section 27.82.010 to provide a title, authority and
               applicability; to add a new Section 27.82.020 to provide
               legislative findings and purpose; to add a new Section 27.82.030
               to provide intent; to add a new Section 27.82.040 to provide
               definitions; to add a new Section 27.82.050 to provide for
               imposition of impact fees; to add a new Section 27.82.060 to
               provide exemptions from impact fees; to add a new Section
               27.82.070 to provide for the creation of an impact fee fund and
               impact fee accounts; to add a new Section 27.82.080 to provide
               for refunds of impact fees paid; to add a new Section 27.82.090
               to provide for post-ordinance developer agreements regarding
               Impact Fee Facilities; to add a new Section 27.82.100 to provide
               for developer reimbursement for pre-ordinance participation in
               financing or constructing Impact Fee Facilities; and to add a
               new Section 27.82.110 to provide for miscellaneous provisions.
               (In connection w/02-161, 02R-247, 02R-207)(Housing Authority -
               Motion to Amend) Fact Sheet (1.3M), Exhibit A (1.2M), Exhibit B pt1
               Exhibit B pt2 (1.9M) (MOTION TO DELAY TO 12/9/02, FAILED, 3-4, COOK,
               MCROY, & WERNER ASSENTING; PLACED ON PENDING, WITH NO DATE CERTAIN,
               4-3; COOK, SENG & WERNER DISSENTING)

75)  02-161    Amending Title 26 of the Lincoln Municipal Code (Land Subdivision
               Ordinance) to amend Section 26.23.040 to modify the reference to the
               Comprehensive Plan and to increase the minimum right-of-way width
               for bikeways from a 14-foot easement to a 20-foot easement; and to
               amend Section 26.23.160 to require a dedication of land or payment
               of an impact fee for neighborhood parks and trails. (In connection
               w/02-160, 02R-247, 02R-207)  Fact Sheet (107K) (MOTION TO DELAY
               TO 12/9/02, FAILED, 3-4, COOK, MCROY, & WERNER ASSENTING; PLACED
               ON PENDING, WITH NO DATE CERTAIN, 4-3; COOK, SENG & WERNER 
               DISSENTING)

76)  02R-247   Adopting the Water System Impact Fee, Water Distribution Impact Fee,
               Wastewater Impact Fee, Arterial Street Impact Fee, and Neighborhood 
               Park and Trail Impact Fee Schedules to be used todetermine the amount
               of each required impact fee pursuant to the requirement of the Impact
               Fee Ordinance. (In connection w/02-160, 02-161, 02R-207)(Planning
               Dept - Motion to Amend) Fact Sheet (11K), Impact Fee Schedule (37K),
               Motion to Amend (113K)(MOTION TO DELAY TO 12/9/02, FAILED, 3-4, COOK, 
               MCROY, & WERNER ASSENTING; PLACED ON PENDING, WITH NO DATE 
               CERTAIN, 4-3; COOK, SENG & WERNER DISSENTING)

77)  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 date as Impact Fees public hearing 11/4/02)(In 
               connection w/02-160, 02-161, 02R-247) Fact Sheet (6K)
               (ADOPTED, 5-2, COOK & WERNER DISSENTING; A-81825)

78)  02-162    Authorizing and providing for the issuance of revenue bonds of the 
      not      Water System of the City of Lincoln, Nebraska, and declaring an 
   available   emergency.  (Request to have 2nd & 3rd Reading 11/18/02)(10/28/02 -
   on-line     - To have public hearing 11/18/02, waiver of rules required for
               vote on 11/18/02) (COUNCIL RULES WAIVED, 7-0; PASSED, 6-1, WERNER
               DISSENTING; #18088)

79)  02-163    Authorizing and providing for the issuance of not to exceed 
      not      $58,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Lincoln Water System
   available   Revenue and Refunding Bonds in one or more series, and related
   on-line     matters, and declaring an emergency.  (Request to have 2nd  &3rd
               Reading 11/18/02) (10/28/02 - To have public hearing 11/18/02,
               waiver of rules required  for vote on 11/18/02)(COUNCIL RULES
               WAIVED, 7-0; PASSED, 6-1, WERNER DISSENTING; #18089)

PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN - NONE

PENDING LIST - (EXTENDED ONE WEEK)

80)  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)

81)  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)

82)  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)

83)  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)

84)  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)

85)  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)

86)  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)

87)  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) 

88)  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) 

89)  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)

90)  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 recommend-
               ation from Urban Development)

91)  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)

92)  02R-63    Approving a transfer of appropriations from existing re-appropria-
               tions 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)

93)  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)

38)            Application of BJT, L.L.C. dba "The Office" for a Class I liquor
               license at 1211 O Street. (10/21/02 - Motion to Reconsider/Withdraw
               application on 10/28/02) (10/28/02 - placed on pending until
               manager application comes forward)


WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL, THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE PUBLIC HEARING ON 
  NOVEMBER 25, 2002, 5:30 P.M.: (APPROVED, 6-0, MCROY ABSENT)

95)  02R-279   Appointing Carmelia Anthony to the Lincoln Commission on Human
               Rights for a three-year term expiring December 31, 2005. 
               Attachement (63K)

96)  02R-280   Appointing Lori Lopez Urdiales to the Lincoln Commission on Human
               Rights to fill an unexpired term expiring December 31, 2003.
               Attachement (45K)

97)  02R-281   Reappointing Ernesto Castillo, Jr. and Oscar Harriott to the Lincoln
               Commission on Human Rights for three-year terms expiring December
               31, 2005.

98)  02R-282   Approving a contract between the City and the State of Nebraska
               Department of Motor Vehicles for renewal of the City's Commercial
               Motor Vehicles Third Party Tester Certificate to allow the City
               to conduct examination for commercial drivers licenses.

99)  02R-284   Approving the Joint Funding Agreement for Water Resources
               Investigations with U.S. Geological Survey providing for a Bank
               Filtration Research Project.

100) 02R-285   Declaring the "Comfort Station at Old Federal Place" as surplus
               property on property generally located at the southwest corner of
               9th and O Streets.

101) 02R-286   Accepting the report of new and pending claims against the City
               and approving disposition of claims set forth therein for the period
               of October 16 - 31, 2002.  Fact Sheet (5K), Attachment (35K)


Please note: During the open microphone & registered section of the agenda,
individuals are allowed a total of 5 minutes to speak whether registered or not
regardless of number of topics.

ANY PERSON DESIRING TO HAVE THEIR NAME & SUBJECT MATTER LISTED ON THE FORMAL 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 
(11/23/02) PRIOR TO THE NEXT FORMAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING (11/28/02).


ANYONE WISHING TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL ON A MATTER NOT ON THIS AGENDA, AND NOT 
PLANNED TO APPEAR ON A FUTURE AGENDA, MAY DO SO AT THIS TIME.

ADJOURNMENT - 6:15 P.M.  

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