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              ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO HELD
                      MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 AT 3:00 P.M.

                              ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

                        PUBLIC HEARING - CONSENT AGENDA
Anyone wishing to address an item on the Consent Agenda may do so at this   time


REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

 1)            Report from the City Treasurer of City Cash on hand at
               the close of business July 31, 2013. (PLACED ON FILE)

 2)            LES Quarterly Financial Report for the Second Quarter
               of 2013, April - June.(PLACED ON FILE)

 3)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolutions and
               Ordinances passed by the City Council on August 19,
               2013. (PLACED ON FILE)

 4)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolutions and
               Ordinances passed by the City Council on August 26,
               2013. (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 5)            Informal Petition from Park Ridge Apartments Too, LLC
               for the extension of West E Street, west of South
               Folsom Street. (REFERRED TO PUBLIC WORKS)

 6)            Informal petition for sanitary sewer for properties
               generally located at 641 W. South Street, 2240 S.
               Folsom Ct., 2300 S. Folsom Ct., and 2400 S. Folsom Ct.
               by Don Kuhle, Scott Hofeling, and Robert Becker.
               (REFERRED TO PUBLIC WORKS)

 7)           PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:
               Administrative Amendment No. 13059 to Special
               Permit No. 621, Normandy Square Community Unit Plan,
               approved by the Planning Director on August 20, 2013,
               requested by Steve Martindale, to allow for the
               reduction of a rear yard setback from 21.4 feet to 12
               feet for the reconstruction of a deck, on property
               generally located at S. 20th St. and Old
               Cheney Rd. (1911 King Arthur Court).
               Administrative Amendment No. 13060 approved by
               the Planning Director on August 21, 2013, requested by
               Real Growth, LLC., to rescind Special Permit No. 1697,
               Ashbrook Community Unit Plan, on property generally
               located at N. 1st St. and W. Belmont Ave. 
               Administrative Amendment No. 13051 to Use Permit
               No.130A, Pioneer Woods Commercial Center, approved by
               the Planning Director on August 26, 2013, requested by
               Olsson Associates, to increase the floor area by 4,500
               square feet for a total of 34,500 square feet for Lot
               10, and from 172,000 square feet to 176,500 square feet
               for the center overall, on property generally located
               on the northeast corner of S. 70th St. and
               Pioneers Blvd.

 8)            REFERRED TO THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT:
               Change of Zone No. 13016 - Requested by Olsson
               Associates, from AG Agricultural District to R-3
               Residential District on property generally located at
               S. 91st and Van Dorn Streets.
               Special Permit No. 04013A - Requested by Olsson
               Associates, to amend the existing special permit for a
               Residential Health Care Facility to increase the number
               of residents from 158 to 220, to remove the building
               envelope and to remove the cap on the number of
               employees and care units on property generally located
               at S. 33rd Street and Yankee Hill Road. 
               Special Permit No. 13041 - Requested by Gana
               Trucking & Excavating, Inc., for soil excavation, on
               property generally located south of Vine Street, 1/2
               mile west of N.W. 27th Street. 
               Special Permit No. 13042 - Requested by Con Reha,
               for the expansion of a nonconforming use to allow the
               construction of a new garage up to 5 feet from the
               south property line on property generally located at S.
               28th Street & Royal Court (2928 S. 28th Street). 


 9)    MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE

                       - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

10)            Application of Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. dba Chipotle
               Mexican Grill for a Class I liquor license at 6005 O
               Street, Suite A. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-87540)

11)            Manager application of Timothy W. Peterson for Chipotle
               Mexican Grill Inc. dba Chipotle Mexican Grill at 6005 O
               Street, Suite A. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-87541)

12)            Application of McKenny's Pub LLC dba McKenny's Irish
               Pub for a Class I liquor license at 151 N. 8th Street.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-87542)

13)            Manager application of Joel W. Schossow for McKenny's
               Pub LLC dba McKenny's Irish Pub at 151 N. 8th Street.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-87543)

14)            Application of Carey Johnson Oil Company Inc. dba EZ Go
               #81 for a Class D liquor license at 8411 Windmill
               Drive. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-87544)

15)            Manager application of Kevin Bodtke for Carey Johnson
               Oil Company Inc. dba EZ Go #81 at 8411 Windmill Drive.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-87545)

16)            Application of Pershing Center for a special designated
               license for an area measuring approximately 6,853 sq.
               ft. at the Capitol Terrace of the Pinnacle Bank Arena
               and approximately 428,339 sq. ft. at the Festival Space
               to the north of Pinnacle Bank Arena at 400 Pinnacle
               Arena Drive on September 14, 2013 from 7:00 a.m. to
               12:00 a.m, September 19, 2013 from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00
               a.m., September 20, 2013 from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.,
               September 21, 2013 from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m., October
               5, November 2, November 16, and November 29, 2013 from
               1:00 .m. to 12:00 a.m. (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 6-0; CAMP 
               ABSTAINED; ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 4-2; CHRISTENSEN, 
               FELLERS DISSENTING; CAMP ABSTAINED; A-87546)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
     (as required) (ITEMS 17 THRU 22 HAD 2ND READING)

17)  13-99     Amending the pay schedule for the employee group
               whose classifications are assigned to the pay
               range prefixed by the letter "E" to create the
               classification of Payroll Specialist.
               Fact Sheet (27K)
               Attachment (55K)

18)  13-100    Amending the pay schedule for the employee group whose
               classifications are assigned to the pay range prefixed
               by the letter "E" by changing the title and pay range
               of Payroll Supervisor to Payroll Administrator.
               Fact Sheet (28K)

19)  13-101    Amending the pay schedule for the employee group whose
               classifications are assigned to the pay range prefixed
               by the letter "N" by changing the title of Customer
               Service Assistant II to Customer Service Assistant.
               Fact Sheet (28K)
               Attachment (126K)

20)  13-102    Amending the pay schedule for the employee group whose
               classifications are assigned to the pay range prefixed
               by the letter "E" to add additional pay ranges E16 to
               E20.
               Fact Sheet (25K)
               Attachment (83K)

21)  13-103    Amending the pay schedule for the employee group whose
               classifications are assigned to the pay range prefixed
               by the letter "E" to change the pay range of Ombudsman
               from E02 to E12.
               Fact Sheet (28K)

22)  13-104    Amending the pay schedule for the employee group whose
               classifications are assigned to the pay range prefixed
               by the letter "N" by deleting the Class Titles of
               Customer Service Assistant I and Permit Technician.
               Fact Sheet (26K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

23)  13R-189   Reappointing Doug Biggerstaff to the Examining Board of
               Plumbers for a term expiring September 4, 2016.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-87547)

24)  13R-190   Appointing John P. Neal to the Cable Advisory Board for
               a term expiring July 1, 2014. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-87548)
               Attachment (73K)

25)  13R-191   Approving the 2013-14 Work Plan for the Interlocal
               Agreement on Stormwater Management between the City and
               Lower Platte South Natural Resources District to
               address stormwater quality and quantity issues.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-87549)
               Fact Sheet (11K)
               Attachment (258K)

26)  13R-193   Approving Supplement No. 1 to the Preliminary
               Engineering Services Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and The Schemmer Associates, Inc. for
               additional work necessary to complete the Federal Aid
               Project No. HSIP-5227(7), Control No. 12944, at North
               14th Street and the Eastbound Off-Ramp to U.S. Highway
               6. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-87550)
               Fact Sheet (12K)
               Attachment (736K)

27)  13R-194   Appointing Bob Caldwell, Sharon Wherry and Michael
               Stroup to the Pinnacle Bank Arena Advisory Committee
               for terms expiring August 31, 2017. (ADOPTED, 7-0;
               A-87551)
               Attachment (52K)

28)  13R-195   Appointing David McBride and James O'Hanlon to the
               Pinnacle Bank Arena Advisory Committee for terms
               expiring August 31, 2015. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-87552)

29)  13R-196   Appointing Mike Ayars and Thomas Ball to the Pinnacle
               Bank Arena Advisory Committee for terms expiring August
               31, 2016. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-87553)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)

30)  13-95     Amending Section 27.06.180 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to the Manufacture,
               Processing, Storage and Distribution Use Group by
               amending the Manufacturing, Processing, Storage
               and Distribution Use Group Table to show outdoor
               vehicle storage as a permitted use in the B-4, I-1
               and I-3 zoning districts and to show open storage
               as a permitted use in the I-3 zoning district.
               (PASSED, 7-0; #19913)
               Fact Sheet (35K)

31)  13-97     Vacation No. 13001 - Vacating the south 10 feet of
               J Street between S. 5th and S. 6th Streets, the
               west 10 feet of S. 6th Street between J and H
               Streets and the north 17 feet of G Street between
               S. 4th and S. 6th Streets.  (PASSED, 7-0; #19914)
               Fact Sheet (2186K)
               Attachment (213K)

32)  13-98     Amending Section 9.20.050 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to disturbing the peace to clarify
               that the penalty for such offense includes the
               option of both a fine and imprisonment in the
               county jail.  (PASSED, 7-0; #19915)
               Fact Sheet (46K)


RESOLUTION - FOR ACTION ONLY

33)  13R-182B  Requiring Council approval for acquisition of blighted
               residential property using Community Improvement
               Financing where the value of such property exceeds
               $50,000. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-87554)


1st Reading Ordinances & Resolutions - On the Agenda for Advance Notice Only
            Public Hearing will occur on Second Reading

ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required) (ITEM 34 HAD
1ST READING)

34)  13-105    Approving a sublease agreement between Goodwill
               Industries and the City of Lincoln for the sublease by
               Goodwill of 160 square feet of space at 1111 O Street
               for purposes of Workforce Investment Act Services and
               the American Job Center for a four year term of October
               1, 2013 through September 30, 2017.
               Fact Sheet (12K)
               Attachment (1596K)

                              
RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING (ITEMS 35 THRU 42 HAD 1ST READING)

35)  13R-197   Reappointing Doug Biggerstaff to the Water Conditioning
               Board of Examiners for a term expiring September 4,
               2016.

36)  13R-198   Special Permit 1219L - Application of Bryan Medical
               Center to expand a non-residential Health Care Facility
               for renovation and expansion of the existing Emergency
               Department with requests to reduce the required front
               yard setback from 25 feet to 6 feet on S. 48th Street
               and to modify the required front yard setback from 33.8
               feet to 0 feet on Sumner Street on property generally
               located at 48th and Sumner Streets.
               Fact Sheet (2510K)

37)  13R-199   Approving the 2013-2014 City tax rate of .31580 per
               $100.00 of assessed valuation. 
               Fact Sheet (98K)

38)  13R-200   Approving a multi-year contract between Bryan College
               of Health Sciences and the City of Lincoln on behalf of
               the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department for
               nursing students to receive field and clinical training
               at the Health Department for a term of September 1,
               2013 through August 31, 2016.
               Fact Sheet (39K)
               Attachment (739K)

39)  13R-201   Approving two Contract Agreements between the City of
               Lincoln, Lancaster County, the Lincoln Lancaster County
               Public Building Commission and Diamond Vogel and
               Sherwin Williams Paint Company for the supply and
               delivery of Paint and Related Products through local
               inter-governmental cooperative purchasing, pursuant to
               the University of Nebraska RFP #2135-13-7215, for a
               three year term.
               Fact Sheet (141K)
               Attachment (4722K)

40)  13R-204   Accepting the report of new and pending claims against
               the City and approving disposition of claims set forth
               for the period of August 16 - 31, 2013.
               Fact Sheet (7K)
               Attachment (20K)

41)  13R-205   Approving Amendment No. 1 for a three year extension of
               an Agreement between the City of Lincoln on behalf of
               the Lincoln Water System and the State of Nebraska
               Department of Health and Human Services for the review
               of plans for construction of new and replacement
               distribution mains.
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Attachment (357K)

42)  13R-206   Approving three Contract Agreements between the City of
               Lincoln and Carquest Auto Parts, Lincoln Truck Center,
               and Factory Motor Parts for the Annual Supply of
               Automotive Maintenance and Repair Parts to StarTran,
               pursuant to Bid No. 13-151, for two year terms with the
               option to renew for one additional two year term.
               Fact Sheet (118K)
               Attachment (6939K)
               Attachment (4286K)
               Attachment (5043K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN - NONE


PENDING LIST   (EXTENDED ONE WEEK)

43)  07-73     Amending Title 20 of the Lincoln Municipal Code,
               the Building Code, by adding a new Chapter 20.02,
               entitled Neglected Building Registration, to
               require registration of neglected, deteriorated
               and/or abandoned buildings,to require the filing
               of plans for restoration or demolition of
               abandoned buildings, and to establish penalties
               for violations thereof. (5/7/07 - Placed on
               Pending, No Date Certain)
     	       Fact Sheet

44)  09R-76    Establishing a Roads to Jobs Fund to make funds
               available for road projects, declaring a surplus of
               $8,000,000.00 in the Special Assessment Revolving Fund,
               and authorizing the transfer of said funds to the Roads
               to Jobs Fund. (5/11/09 - Placed on Indefinite
               Pending)

45)  11-39      Amending Chapter 10.32 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Stopping, standing and Parking of
               Vehicles by adding a new section numbered
               10.32.075 to prohibit the parking of trucks on a
               street more than 400 feet from the primary place
               of business and providing certain exceptions.
               (4/11/11 - 3rd Reading w/con't. P.H.
               on 4/18/11) (4/18/11 - Placed on Indefinite
               Pending)

46)  12-76     Amending Section 10.34.030 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Parking Meters: Deposit
               of Coins and Time Limits, to provide that no
               parking fee shall be charged on Martin Luther King
               Day, Presidents Day and Veterans Day. (6/25/12
               - Placed on Pending - No Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (17K)
                                   

During the Open Microphone Session of the agenda, individuals are allowed a total of
5 minutes to speak regardless of number of topics. The Open Microphone Session is
available on the 2nd & last Monday of each month.


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 THE OPEN MICROPHONE SESSION. OPEN MICROPHONE SESSION FOR
     THE MONTH OF AUGUST WILL BE HELD ON SEPTEMBER 9TH AND SEPTEMBER 30TH


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