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       ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                MONDAY, APRIL 7, 2014 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)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of
               Resolutions and Ordinances passed by 
               the City Council on March 24, 2014.
               (PLACED ON FILE)

 2)            Report from  City Treasurer of City
               Cash on hand at the close of business 
               February 28, 2014. (PLACED ON FILE)

 3)            Resolution approving the City of Lincoln's
               Investment Activity Report from the City
               Treasurer for the Second Quarter, Fiscal 
               Year 2013-2014, ending February 28, 2014.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; COOK ABSENT FOR VOTE;
               A-88162)

 4)            2013 City Law Department Annual Report.
               (PLACED ON FILE) 

 5)            Setting the Hearing Date of Monday, 
               April 28, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. on the North 
               27th Street Maintenance Improvement 
               District, the University Place Maintenance
               Improvement District, the South Street
               Maintenance Improvement District, the 
               Havelock Maintenance Improvement District
               and the College View Maintenance Improvement
               District. (ADOPTED, 6-0; COOK ABSENT FOR VOTE;
               A-88163)                          

PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 6)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, 
               April 7, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. for the Manager
               Application of Michael Behrens II for 
               Granite City Restaurant Operations, Inc.
               dba Granite City Food & Brewery at 6150 
               O Street. (ADOPTED, 6-0; COOK ABSENT
               FOR VOTE; A-88164)

 7)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 8)            Application of The Old Pub LLC dba The
               Old Pub for a Class C liquor license at
               420 South 11th Street. (ADOPTED FOR
               APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88165)

 9)            Manager application of Jacob Gross for 
               The Old Pub LLC dba The Old Pub at 420
               South 11th Street. (ADOPTED FOR
               APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88166)

PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS 
(as required) (ITEMS 10 THRU 19 HAD 2ND READING)

10)  14-30     Amending Chapter 9.30 of the Lincoln 
               Municipal Code, Donation Boxes, to remove
               requirements for permits, ownership by
               charities or use of a prescribed portion
               of proceeds for charitable purposes, and
               requiring certain informational disclosures.
               (3/31/14 - 2nd Reading Cont'd with
               Public Hearing to 4/7/14)
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Motion To Amend (72K)

11)  14-32     Approving a contract between the City 
               and Lincoln Haymarket Development Corp. 
               to operate and regulate a Saturday public
               market in the Haymarket area, 7th Street
               from P to Q Streets; P Street from 7th 
               to 8th Streets; Q Street from 7th to 
               Canopy Streets; and under the Canopy 
               along Canopy Street from P to Q Streets 
               from May 3, 2014 through October 11, 2014
               and on 8th Street from P to Q Streets from
               May 3, 2014 through August 23, 2014.
               Fact Sheet (160K)
               Attachment (3969K)

12)  14-33     Repealing Chapter 5.54 of the Lincoln 
               Municipal Code relating to Trampoline 
               Centers as the provisions and requirements 
               of this Chapter are obsolete.
               Fact Sheet (7K)

13)  14-34     Amending Chapter 8.38 of the Lincoln 
               Municipal Code relating to Public Swimming
               Pools to adopt updated standards for design,
               construction and operation of public swimming
               pools and spa facilities. (Related Items:
               14-34, 14R-84, 14-35)
               Fact Sheet (479K)

14)  14R-84    Adopting the Lincoln Operational and 
               Management Standards for Public Swimming
               Pools pursuant to Lincoln Municipal Code 
               Section 8.38.050. (Related Items: 14-34,
               14R-84, 14-35) (Action Date: 4/14/14)
               Fact Sheet (65K)
               Attachment (978K)

15)  14-35     Repealing Chapter 8.40 of the Lincoln 
               Municipal Code relating to Spa Facilities 
               as spa facilities will now be regulated 
               under revised Lincoln Municipal Code Chapter
               8.38, Public Swimming Pools. (Related 
               Items: 14-34, 14R-84, 14-35)
               Fact Sheet (43K)

16)  14-36     Comp. Plan Conformance No. 14004 - Declaring
               approximately 0.46 acres of property generally
               located between Antelope Valley Parkway and 
               South 20th Street as surplus property.
               (Related Items: 14-36, 14-37)
               Fact Sheet (2147K)

17)  14-37     Vacation No. 14002 - Vacating 20th Street
               between K and L Streets, and the east/west
               alley between Antelope Valley Parkway and 
               South 20th Street.(Related Items: 14-36,
               14-37)
               Fact Sheet (1869K)

18)  14-38     Authorizing the City to enter into a lease-
               purchase transaction with Union Bank and 
               Trust Company to (1) purchase and install 
               light poles and related equipment in newly 
               developed areas and rebuild and relocate 
               street lights in established areas;(2) repair
               and replace approximately 2,800 sidewalk 
               sections within the City; and (3) construct
               streetscape enhancements and related costs 
               for an entryway corridor to the City.

19)  14-39     Approving an Agreement between the City
               of Lincoln and USCOC of Greater Iowa, LLC
               for PCS Tower and Appurtenances to locate 
               a communication facility on property 
               generally located at 5500 W. Superior. 
               Fact Sheet (17K)
               Attachment (1386K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

20)  14R-85    Approving a contract between the City
               and Schemmer Associates, Inc. for the
               construction engineering services to be
               provided for the Lincoln West "O" Street
               Historic Highway Project.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88167)
               Fact Sheet (72K)
               Attachment (3781K)

               
21)  14R-87    Approving a Contract Agreement between 
               the City of Lincoln and Nifco Mechanical
               Systems, Inc. for the annual requirements
               for Inspection, Testing and Maintenance 
               of Sprinkler Alarm System and Backflow
               Preventers, pursuant to Bid No. 14-034,
               for a four year term. 
               (ACTION DELAYED ONE WEEK TO 4/14/14, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (161K)
               Attachment (4231K)

22)  14R-88    Amending the updated Master Plan for 
               Woods Park approved by Resolution No.
               A-88010 to adjust the phasing plan for 
               the proposed Woods Park Tennis Center
               renovation project.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88168)
               Fact Sheet (69K)
               Attachment (900K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


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

23)  14-27     Vacation No. 14001 - Vacating the 
               north-south alley and the connection 
               thereto between North 14th Street and
               Centennial Mall North. (3/24/14
               - Action Delayed 2 Weeks to 4/7/14)
               (ACTION DELAYED ONE WEEK TO 4/14/14, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (1117K)
               Motion To Amend (22K)

24)  14-31     Repealing Section 5.04.120 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to prohibiting 
               minors on licensed premises which sell or 
               dispense alcoholic liquor at retail for
               consumption on the premises after 9:00 p.m.
               (PASSED, 7-0; #20005)
               Fact Sheet (32K)


"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 
(as required) - NONE


RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING (ITEMS 25 THRU 36 HAD 1ST READING) 

25)  14R-89    Authorizing the transfer of an amount
               not to exceed $70,000 from the Fast
               Forward Fund to the Airport Entryway
               Corridor Improvement Project for 
               installation of a right-turn lane into 
               the west plant entrance to the Zoetis
               facility at 601 West Cornhusker Highway.
               Fact Sheet (148K)

26)  14R-90    Approving the Recreational Trails Program
               Project Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and the Nebraska Game and Parks 
               Commission for a Recreational Trails
               Program Project grant to renovate the
               Billy Wolff Trail between Randolph and 
               27th Streets.
               Fact Sheet (105K)
               Attachment (1337K)

27)  14R-91    Accepting the report of new and pending 
               claims against the City and approving 
               disposition of claims set forth for the 
               period of March 16-31, 2014.
               Fact Sheet (7K)
               Attachment (19K)

28)  14R-94    Reappointing Todd Fitzgerald to the 
               Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
               for a term expiring April 27, 2015. 
               (Consent)

29)  14R-95    Reappointing James Crook to the Parks
               and Recreation Advisory Board for a
               term expiring April 27, 2016.
               (Consent)

30)  14R-96    Reappointing Bradley Brandt, Susan
               Deitchler, Anne B. Pagel and Jeffrey 
               E. Schwebke to the Parks and Recreation
               Advisory Board for terms expiring 
               April 27, 2017. (Consent)

31)  14R-97    Appointing Angok Alwir to the Multicultural
               Advisory Committee for a term expiring 
               September 18, 2015.(Consent)
               Attachment (112K)

32)  14R-98    Reappointing Vance Behrens to the Building
               Code Board of Appeals for a term expiring
               April 1, 2017.(Consent)

33)  14R-99    Appointing Greg Shinaut to the Building 
               Code Board of Appeals for a term expiring
               April 1, 2017.(Consent)
               Attachment (122K)

34)  14R-100   Reappointing Dr. Jacquelyn Miller to the 
               Lincoln-Lancaster County Board of Health 
               for a term expiring April 15, 2017.
               (Consent)

35)  14R-101   Approving an Interlocal Cooperation
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln 
               and the governing boards of Public Safety
               Answering Points in the counties of Cass,
               Fillmore, Gage, Jefferson, Johnson, Lancaster,
               Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, Richardson, Saline, 
               Seward, Thayer and York to establish a 
               Southeast 911 governing committee for 
               coordinated regional 911 communications
               capabilities for a two year term.
               Fact Sheet (17K)
               Attachment (234K)

36)  14R-102   Application of Bison Inc. for use of 
               public right-of-way to construct a 
               portion of a loading dock ramp on the 
               northwest corner of South 6th and L Street.
               Fact Sheet (12K)
               Attachment (1680K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

PENDING LIST   EXTENDED ONE WEEK

37)  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

38)  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)

39)  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)
               (2/10/14 - Placed on Pending, No Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (2736K)

40)  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)
               (2/10/14 - Placed on Pending, No Date
               Certain) 
               Fact Sheet (2814K)


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 APRIL, OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD
     ON APRIL 14TH & 28TH.


ADJOURNMENT	4:02 P.M. 


UPCOMING HEARINGS -

     Hearing date of Monday, April 14, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. for the
     application of Blue Blood Brewing Company, Inc. dba Blue Blood
     Brewing Company for the addition of a catering license to its
     existing Class L liquor license located at 500 W. South Street,
     Suite 8.

     Hearing date of Monday, April 14, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. for the
     application of LBR Investments, LLC dba The Normandy for a Class
     I liquor license located at 2785 S. 17th Street.

     Hearing date of Monday, April 14, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. for the
     application of MSKDJ, Inc. dba Schillingbridge Cork & Tap House
     for a Class CK liquor license located at 575 Fallbrook Boulevard,
     Suite 109.

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