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       ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
               MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2014 AT 3:00 P.M.

              ALL MEMBERS PRESENT - COOK ARRIVED LATE

    THERE WILL BE NO CITY COUNCIL MEETING, MON., FEBRUARY 17, 2014
                DUE TO THE PRESIDENT'S DAY HOLIDAY

                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)  14R-29    Approving a Contract Agreement between
               the City of Lincoln, Lancaster County
               and the Lincoln-Lancaster County Public
               Building Commission and Midlands Recycling,
               LLC for the annual requirements for
               Recyclable Collection Services, pursuant
               to Bid No. 13-304, for a four year term
               with the option to renew for one additional
               four year term.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; ABSENT: COOK; A-88068)
               Fact Sheet (125K)
               Attachment (11202K)

 2)  14R-36    Reappointing Jim Cada, Mike Donlan,
               Steve Guittar, Laurie Lage, Jose
               J. Soto and Diane Walkowiak to the
               Charter Revision Commission for terms
               expiring September 28, 2017.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; ABSENT: COOK; A-88069)

 3)  14R-37    Appointing Jason Hellbusch to the StarTran
               Advisory Board for a term expiring
               October 20, 2016.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; ABSENT: COOK; A-88070)
               Attachment (88K)

 4)  14R-38    Appointing Brendan J. Moore to the Veterans
               Memorial Garden Advisory Council for a term
               expiring November 1, 2015.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; ABSENT: COOK; A-88071)
               Attachment (82K)

 5)  14R-39    Reappointing C.M. "Beech" Dale, Keith E.
               Fickenscher and Dan G. Petersen to the 
               Veterans Memorial Garden Advisory Council
               for terms expiring November 1, 2016.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; ABSENT: COOK; A-88072)

 6)  14R-40    Reappointing Martin Kasl, R.J. Lippert
               and Mark N. Long to the Fire Sprinkler
               and Chemical Examining Board for terms
               expiring November 24, 2016.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; ABSENT: COOK; A-88073)

 7)  14R-47    Appointing Brett Ebert to the Charter
               Revision Commission for a term expiring
               September 28, 2017.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; ABSENT: COOK; A-88074)
               Attachment (80K)

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

PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 9)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., 
               February 24, 2014 on the Application
               of Penelope's Lil Caf? Inc dba Penelope's
               Lil Caf? for a Class I Liquor License at
               4724 Pioneers Blvd.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; ABSENT: COOK; A-88075)

10)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS - NONE


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
 (ITEMS 11 THRU 14 HAD 2ND READING)(as required)

11)  14-12     Change of Zone 13028 - Application of
               Lincoln Countryhouse III, LLC for a 
               change of zone from P Public Use
               District to R-3 Residential District
               on property generally located at South
               70th Street and O Street.
               Fact Sheet (1886K)

12)  14-13     Annexation No. 13004 - Amending the
               Lincoln Corporate Limits Map by
               annexing approximately 15.81 acres 
               generally located at Highway 2 and
               Ashbrook Drive. (Related Items:
               14-13, 14-14 & 14R-44)
               Fact Sheet (2259K)
               Attachment (471K)

13)  14-14     Change of Zone No. 13020 - Application
               of Livingston Investments for a change
               of zone from AGR Agricultural Residential
               District to R-4 Residential on property
               generally located at Highway 2 and
               Ashbrook Drive. (Related Items:
               14-13, 14-14 & 14R-44)
               Fact Sheet (2261K)

14)  14R-44    Special Permit No. 13043 - Approving the
               application of Livingston Investments to
               develop the Broadmoor Ashbrook Apartments
               Community Unit Plan to allow up to 220
               dwelling units with requested waivers of 
               the required block length and building
               height on property generally located at
               Highway 2 and Ashbrook Drive.
               (Related Items: 14-13, 14-14 & 14R-44)
               Fact Sheet (11895K)
               Fact Sheet (14534K)
               Attachment (109K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

15)  14R-23    Urban Design Review 13066 - Appeal of
               Donald J. Arena from the Planning
               Director's denial of a waiver of
               Downtown Design Standards to waive the
               required windows on the north facade
               and the requirement prohibiting stucco
               on the lower 20 feet of the facade, on
               property generally located at 1823 O Street.
               (1/13/14 - P.H. Cont'd & Action Delayed
               to 2/3/14)(MTA #1 TO ACCEPT SUB. 
               RESOLUTION ADOPTED, 7-0; ADOPTED AS AMENDED,
               7-0; A-88076)
               Fact Sheet (722K)
               Motion To Amend (60K)

16)  14R-30    Approving Taverns & Bars, LLC dba Sun
               Valley Bar & Grill as a Keno satellite
               site at 300 West P Street.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88077)
               Fact Sheet (93K)

17)  14R-31    Approving the use of public right-of-way
               for the installation of fiber optic 
               cable and water supply for heated/cooled
               water lines in Lincoln Mall between 11th
               and 12th Street. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88078)
               Fact Sheet (12K)
               Attachment (400K)

18)  14R-32    Approving a Contract Agreement between
               the City of Lincoln and SMG and Carbonhouse
               for Website Hosting Services at Pinnacle
               Bank Arena, pursuant to RFP Bid No. 13-343,
               for a three year term with the option to
               renew for three additional one year terms.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88079)
               Fact Sheet (122K)
               Attachment (6145K)

19)  14R-33    Approving an Agreement between the City
               of Lincoln on behalf of the Lincoln-
               Lancaster County Health Department
               and the Village of Hallam, Nebraska to
               provide health regulation inspection
               and enforcement within the corporate
               limits and the zoning jurisdiction of 
               the Village of Hallam. 
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88080)
               Fact Sheet (60K)
               Attachment (553K)

20)  14R-34    Approving an Agreement between the City 
               of Lincoln on behalf of the Lincoln-
               Lancaster County Health Department and
               the Village of Roca, Nebraska to provide 
               health regulation inspection and 
               enforcement within the corporate limits
               and the zoning jurisdiction of the 
               Village of Roca. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88081)
               Fact Sheet (59K)
               Attachment (400K)

21)  14R-35    Approving an Agreement between the City
               of Lincoln on behalf of the Lincoln-
               Lancaster County Health Department and
               the Village of Sprague, Nebraska to
               provide health regulation inspection
               and enforcement within the corporate
               limits and the zoning jurisdiction of
               the Village of Sprague.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88082)
               Fact Sheet (60K)
               Attachment (552K)

22)  14R-41    Comp. Plan Conformance 13016 - Approving 
               an amendment to the Lincoln Center
               Redevelopment Plan to add the "Case, Case,
               and Case Redevelopment Project" for
               renovation of the existing residential
               structure, improve the facade and to make
               streetscape improvements on the property
               generally south of P Street Between S.
               14th Street and Centennial Mall North.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88083)
               Fact Sheet (1957K)
               Attachment (1821K)
               Attachment (2007K)

23)  14R-42    Comp. Plan Conformance 13017 - Approving 
               an amendment to the North 27th Street
               Corridor and Environs Redevelopment Plan
               to add the "Hartley Flats Redevelopment
               Project" to construct a thirteen dwelling
               unit building with 10 garage spaces and 13
               parking stalls on property generally located
               at the southeast corner of North 27th Street
               and S Street. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88084)
               Fact Sheet (1533K)
               Attachment (1738K)

24)  14R-43    Comp. Plan Conformance 13018 - Approving
               the proposed "Piedmont Redevelopment Plan"
               for renovation and redevelopment of the
               currently developed service station and
               Piedmont Shops neighborhood shopping center
               generally located at the northeast corner
               of South 50th Street and South Cotner
               Boulevard. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88085)
               Fact Sheet (414K)
               Attachment (9167K)

25)  14R-45    Accepting the report of new and pending
               claims against the City and approving
               disposition of claims set forth for the
               period of January 1-15, 2014.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88086)
               Fact Sheet (7K)
               Attachment (23K)

26)  14R-46    Approving a fee for a hazardous materials
               response service performed by Lincoln Fire
               and Rescue in the amount of $1,494.00 per
               hour for a Level 1 hazardous materials 
               incident response and $1,229.00 per hour 
               for a Level 2 hazardous materials incident
               response pursuant to Section 2.20.170 of
               the Lincoln Municipal Code.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88087)
               Fact Sheet (102K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


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

27)  14-10     Amending Title 28 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code by adding a new Chapter 28.03,
               Regulations for Post Construction Stormwater
               Management. (1/27/14 - Due to lack of
               majority vote, automatic carryover to 2/3/14)
               (PASSED, 5-2; ASSENTING: CAMP, COOK, EMERY,
               ESKRIDGE, GAYLOR BAIRD; DISSENTING:
               CHRISTENSEN, FELLERS; #19990)
               Fact Sheet (14K)
               Motion To Amend (51K)


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

ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
(ITEMS 28 THRU 30 HAD 1ST READING)(as required)

28)  14-15     Change of Zone No. 13029 - Application
               of US Properties for a change of zone
               from AGR Agricultural Residential District
               to H-3 Highway Commercial District on
               property generally located at Eiger Drive
               and Nebraska Highway 2. 
               (Related Items: 14-15, 14R-48)
               Fact Sheet (2736K)

29)  14R-48    Special Permit No. 13060 - Application
               of Silver Office - Oakview LLC to allow
               a campground for 13 camp sites on property
               generally located at Eiger Drive and
               Nebraska Highway 2.
               (Related Items: 14-15, 14R-48)
               Fact Sheet (2814K)

30)  14-16     Rededication of vacated Crestdale Road
               as public right-of-way.
               Fact Sheet (7K)
               Attachment (668K)


RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING (ITEMS 31 THRU 35 HAD 1ST READING)

31)  14R-49    Special Permit/Use Permit No. 8C -
               Application of A Street, LLC, to allow
               an approximately 12,400 square foot 
               expansion of an existing health care 
               facility and to modify the required 
               parking ratio for doctors' offices on
               property generally located at South 
               70th Street and A Street.
               Fact Sheet (2207K)

32)  14R-50    Amending the second year (2013-14) of
               the six year CIP for Parks and Recreation
               Department/West Adams/Cornhusker Highway
               and I-180 Corridors project to identify
               an appropriation of $2.5 million and
               change the funding source from Other 
               Financing to Lease Purchase Funding. 
               (Related Items: 14R-50, 14R-52)
               Fact Sheet (7K)

33)  14R-52    Declaring the official intent of the
               City of Lincoln,Nebraska to reimburse 
               certain expenses from the proceeds of 
               City of Lincoln, Nebraska Certificates 
               of Participation in connection with 
               acquisition and installation of 
               materials and equipment for (a) sidewalks,
               (b) fiber optic network installations and
               expansions, and (c) improvements to West
               Adams/Cornhusker Highway and I-180 Corridor. 
               (Related Items: 14R-50, 14R-52)

34)  14R-51    Approving the purchase of property
               located at South 29th and A Streets 
               from the Lincoln Parks Foundation for
               a purchase price of $248,750 with a 
               funding source from the Advance Land
               Acquisition Fund.
               Fact Sheet (192K)

35)  14R-53    Approving a Contract Agreement between
               the City of Lincoln and Windstream
               Communications for the annual requirements
               for Internet Service Provider Services,
               pursuant to Bid No. 14-016, for a four
               year term with the option to renew for
               one additional four year term. 
               Fact Sheet (148K)
               Attachment (3642K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN - NONE


PENDING LIST	(EXTENDED ONE WEEK)

36)  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

37)  13-108    Creating Special Assessment Re-Paving
               District No. 158 for the purpose of 
               reconstructing portions of 66th St., Almira
               Lane, Marcus Rd., and Anns Ct. within the
               Country Meadows Homeowners Association
               Boundaries, and assessing the costs thereof
               against the benefitted properties. 
               (10/7/13 - Action Delayed with Cont'd P.H. 
               for 3 Weeks to 10/28/13) (10/21/13 - Action
               delayed with Cont'd P.H. to 11/4/13)
               (10/21/13 - Action delayed with Cont'd P.H.
               to 12/9/13) (11/25/13 - Placed on 
               Pending, No Date Certain)
     	       Fact Sheet
               Attachment (1111K)


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.  INDIVIDUALS ARE ALLOWED A TOTAL
     OF 5 MINUTES TO SPEAK REGARDLESS OF THE NUMBER OF TOPICS.  FOR
     THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD ON
     FEB. 10TH & 24TH.


ADJOURNMENT	5:44 P.M.

UPCOMING HEARINGS

     Hearing date of Mon., February 10, 2014 at 3 p.m. on the
     Application of Garage Sports Bar & Grill Inc. dba Garage Sports
     Bar & Grill to expand their existing beer garden from 14' x 64'
     to 21' x 64' on the southwest side of the building at 5551 S.
     48th St.

     Hearing date of Mon., February 10, 2014 at 3 p.m. on the
     Application of Temenay Corp dba Mum's Liquor for a Class D Liquor
     License at 2202 O St.

     Hearing date of Mon., February 10, 2014 at 3 p.m. on the
     Application of Nebraska Entertainment Inc dba Lincoln Grand
     Cinema for a Class I Liquor License at 1101 P St. 



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