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City of Lincoln
City Council
Agenda

            ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                     MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2000 AT 1:30 P.M.

                             ALL MEMBERS PRESENT.

NOTE: CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF SEPT. 25, 2000 WILL BEGIN AT 5:30 P.M.

	          MAYOR'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
	BILL HERGOTT & JOHN HARBESON, PARKS & REC. DEPT.

PUBLIC HEARING
LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 1)   Exhibit  Man. App. of William R. Koller for Whitehead Oil Co.
        191K   dba U-Stop Convenience Shop at 1421 Centerpark Rd.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80407.)

 2)   Exhibit  Man. App. of Danny L. Bolin for Whitehead Oil Co.
        173K   dba U-Stop Convenience Shop at 8231 E. "O" St.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80408.)

 3)   Exhibit  Man. App. of Janice Mitzner for Nebraska Retail
        154K   Ventures L.L.C. dba Ampride #106 at 4401 N. 70th St.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80409.)

 4)   Exhibit  App. of Holiday Inn Downtown for a Special
        332K   Designated License to cover an area measuring 145'
               by 300' at Ameritas Investment Corp., 5900 "O" St.,
               on Sept. 30, 2000 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
               (9/11/00 - Pub. Hearing & Action delayed to 9/18/00)
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80410.)


PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCES - 3RD READING

 5)  00-158    Change of Zone 3268 - App. of Garner Industries for
               a change from I-2 Industrial Park to I-2 Industrial
               Park Planned Unit Development on property generally
               located at N. 98th St. & Cornhusker Hwy.  (9/11/00 -
               Pub. Hearing cont'd w/Action to 9/18/00)
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (16K)
	       (PUB. HEARING & ACTION CONT'D TO 9/25/00, 7-0.)

PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCES - 
  2ND READING (ITEM 6 HAD PUBLIC HEARING.)

 6)  00-165    Naming the private road in the airport west of N.
               Park Rd. as "W. Superior St." 

PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

 7)  00R-241   Appointing Gary Hejl to the Community Forestry
               Advisory Board for a 3-yr. term expiring Aug. 17,
               2003. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80411.)

 8)  00R-242   Appointing Gerald Schleich, Jose Soto, & Marilyn
               McNabb to the Charter Revision Commission for 4-yr.
               terms expiring July 15, 2004. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80412.)

 9)  00R-243   Reappointing Helen Meeks & D. Bert Harris to the
               Charter Revision Commission for 4-yr. terms expiring
               July 15, 2004. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80413.)

10)  00R-244   Accepting & approving the Pre. Plat of Sage Prairie
               Add., including  waivers of the requirements for
               sidewalks, street lights, landscape screens, street
               trees, & block length, on property generally located
               at 124th & Holdrege Sts. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80414.)

11)  00R-245   Special Permit 1835 - App. of Pamela A. Manske to
               develop Sage Prairie Community Unit Plan consisting
               of 6 dwelling units on property generally located at
               124th & Holdrege Sts. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80415.)

12)  00R-246   Approving an Interlocal Agrmt. between StarTran &
               the University of Nebraska to continue the current
               transportation program for up to three years.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80416.)

13)  00R-247   Appointing Mark Westphalen to the Fire & Police
               Pension Advisory Committee for a 4-yr. term expiring
               Oct. 1, 2004.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80417.)

14)  00R-248   Approving an exception to the Guidelines &
               Regulations for Driveway Design & Location
               requirements of vehicle stacking for Farmers Bank at
               5931 Lincoln Trade Center, Suite G. 
	       (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80418.)

15)  00R-249   Use Permit 129 - App. of R. C. Krueger Development
               Co. to construct 115,000 sq. ft. of commercial space
               on property generally located at S. 14th St., ½
               mile south of Pine Lake Rd.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80419.)

16)  00R-250   Accepting the report of new & pending tort claims
               against the City & approving disposition of claims
               set forth therein for the period of Aug. 16 - Aug.
               31, 2000. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80420.)

17)  00R-251   Approving the First Amendment of the Conditional
               Annexation & Zoning Agrmt. for Yankee Hill Rd.
               Vicinity regarding the construction of Yankee Hill
               Rd., S. 27th St. & S. 40th St.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80421.)

18)  00R-252   Approving an increase in appropriations in the
               amount of $1,575,000 to provide for constructing
               urban paving for projects generally located in S.
               14th St. south of Pine Lake Rd., & in S. 14th St. at
               Yankee Hill Rd.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80422.)

19)  00R-253   Approving appropriations in the amount of $36,000
               from the operation of Keno lottery for the funding
               of various human services.
               (ADOPTED, 5-2; FORTENBERRY & SENG DISSENTING; A-80423.)

20)  00R-260   Directing that the initiative petition concerning
               the creation of an emergency medical authority known
               as the Emergency Medical Authority which shall provide
               for independent medical direction & control of pre-
               hospital emergency medical providers, & select & regu-
               late ground ambulance transport providers for the City,
               be placed on the ballot for the general election to be
               held Nov. 7, 2000. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80424.)

21)            App. of the American Heart Assoc. to conduct a raffle
               within the City of Lincoln from Oct. 23, 2000 thru Nov.
               18, 2000. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80425.)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

22)            Setting hearing date of Mon., Oct. 2, 2000 at 1:30
               p.m. on the Man. App. of Robert J. Morris for Sydran
               Food Services III LP dba Chili's Southwest Grill at
               6730 S. 27th St. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80426.)

23)            Setting hearing date of Mon., Oct. 2, 2000 at 1:30
               p.m. on the App. of Outback Steakhouse FL Inc. dba
               Outback Steakhouse for an addition to their licensed
               premise at 633 N. 48th St. (Retail Class I Liquor
               License) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80427.)

24)            Setting hearing date of Mon., Oct. 2, 2000 at 1:30
               p.m. on the App. of Lincoln Spaghetti Works Inc. dba
               Lincoln Spaghetti Works for an addition to their
               licensed premise at 228 N. 12th St.  (Retail Class C
               Liquor License) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80428.)

25)            Change of Zone 3281 - App. of Planning Director for
               a text change amendment to LMC Sec. 27.54.030 to
               remove one acre minimum from "P" Zone.  
               (REFERRED TO PLANNING DEPT.)

26)            UNL Microbiologist Report of water tested for the
               month of Aug., 2000.  (PLACED ON FILE)

27)   MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS


               Report from City Treasurer of Telecomm. Occ. Tax due as
               follows: May, 2000: International Exchange Comms.; Aug.,
               2000: One Call Comms.  (PLACED ON FILE)

               Two Petitions to Vacate Public Way in the south 150'
               of N. 67th St. between Seward Ave. & Kearney Ave.
               submitted by James M. Young & Paul N. Heiman and
               Darrel W. & Viona C. Simonds. (REFERRED TO LAW
               DEPT.)

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

28)            Investment of Funds. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80429.)

29)            Report from City Treasurer of Telecomm. Occ. Tax due
               from Global Crossing Telecomms. for the month of
               July, 2000.  (PLACED ON FILE)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING   (ITEMS 30 THRU 40 HAD 1ST READING.)

30)  00-155    Amending the LMC by creating a new Title 7, Ambulance
	       Transportation Code, to establish a process by which 
	       persons may apply for & receive a license to provide
	       routine ambulance service, to establish emergency 
	       ambulance service to be provided by the City, & to
	       establish a process for the provision of stand-by
	       ambulance service by adding Sections 7.04.010 to 
	       7.04.210 which sections set forth definitional terms
	       including Ambulance, Ambulance Service, Area of City
	       Service, Emergency Ambulance Service, Emergency Call,
	       Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medical Services
	       Oversight, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Emergency
               Medical Technician - Intermediate (EMT-1), Emergency
               Medical Technician - Paramedic (EMT-P), License,
               Medical Care Protocols, Medical Director, 911 Center,
	       Operator, Patient, Person, Routine Ambulance Service,
	       Stand-by Ambulance Service, Trip Record, to be used 
	       in Title 7; Sec. 7.06.010 providing that no person shall
	       operate within the City of Lincoln a routine ambulance
	       service without first having obtained a license therefore;
	       Sec. 7.06.020 establishing a process by which a person may
	       make application for a license to provide routine ambulance
	       service; Sec. 7.06.030 providing a process by which a
	       license for operation of a routine ambulance service may be
               issued; Sec. 7.06.040 setting forth the term of such
	       license; Sec. 7.06.050 setting forth the form & content of
	       a license;  Sec. 7.06.060 setting forth the standards for 
	       ambulance  equipment in the operation of a routine ambulance
	       service; Sec. 7.06.070 setting forth the standards of
	       operation of a routine ambulance service; Sec. 7.06.080
	       requiring interconnection between the 911 Center & a routine
               ambulance service; Sec. 7.06.090 setting forth dispatch
	       requirements; Sec. 7.06.100 setting forth the right of
	       the City to audit & inspect records of a routine ambulance
	       service; Sec. 7.06.110 setting forth records & reports which
	       shall be kept by a routine ambulance service; Sec. 7.06.120
	       setting forth the insurance requirements for a routine
               ambulance service; Sec. 7.06.130 set-ting forth the process
	       by which the City may suspend or revoke a license for the
	       operation of a routine ambulance service; Sec. 7.06.140
	       setting forth the penalties for operating a routine
	       ambulance service without first obtaining a license 
	       therefore; Sec. 7.08.010 setting forth the Fire Dept.'s
	       authority to provide ambulance service necessarily 
	       including emergency ambulance service & setting forth the 
	       process by which fees for such service will be set by City
               Council; Sec. 7.08.020 establishing the ambulance fund;
	       Sec. 7.08.030 setting forth the City's authority to enforce
	       the collection of fees for ambulance service provided by 
	       the City; Sec. 7.08.040 making it unlawful for any person
	       other than the City of Lincoln to furnish emergency
               ambulance service, defenses to such prosecution &
               exceptions, & the penalies upon conviction thereof;
               Sec. 7.08.050 setting forth the maximum desired response
	       time in the provision of emergency ambulance service.

31)  00-156    Amending Chapter 2.20 of the LMC relating to the
               Fire Dept. by amending Sec. 2.20.010 to broaden the
               Fire Chief's duties to include the management of a
               city ambulance program to provide emergency
               ambulance service, & to perform record keeping &
               reporting duties associated therewith, including
               financial records, trip records, & daily logs;
               amending Sec. 2.20.080 to broaden the Fire Chief's
               or the officer's in command authority to direct such
               operation as may be necessary to provide out-of-
               hospital emergency medical services including
               transports at the scene of a fire or other emergency
               invol-ving the protection of life or property

32)  00-163    Creating Ornamental Lighting Dist.      in Woods
               Ave. from 33rd St. east to S. 38th St.

33)  00-164    Creating Ornamental Lighting Dist.      in 25th
               St. from Van Dorn to High Sts.

34)  00-166    Amending Sec. 14.70.040 of the LMC to remove the
               references to side-walks from the area the City
               Public Works Dept. is required to backfill for cuts,
               trenches, or excavation.

35)  00-167    Change of Zone 3276 - Amending Chapter 27.33 of the LMC to
	       require fences to screen automobile lots, service stations,
	       appliance sales, & repair operations in the B-3 Zoning Dist.
	       when located within 100' of any residential use or district;
	       to make those uses conditional uses; & to prohibit those as
               new uses within 100' of residential uses or districts.
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (30K)

36)  00-168    Vacating Charleston St. between I-180/N. 6th St. &
               Sun Valley Blvd.
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (15K)

37)  00-169    Vacating the north/south alley from Seward Ave.
               north to the east/west alley in Block 95, Havelock
               Add., generally located between N. 62nd & N. 63rd Sts.
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (16K)

38)  00-170    Change of Zone 3280 - Amending Title 27 of the LMC
               to define & allow sexually oriented live entertainment 
	       establishments as a permitted special use in the H-1, 
	       H-2, H-3, H-4, I-1, I-2, & I-3 Zoning Dists.
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (27K)
               (TO HAVE 2ND & 3RD READING ON 9/25/00, 7-0.)

39)  00-171    Renaming specific streets within North Hills Pre.
               Plat generally located at N. 14th & Morton Sts. as
               follows: Shooting Star Dr. west from 15th St.
               renamed as "Pegram Dr."; Snowflake Dr. renamed as
               "Kennedy Dr."; Snowflake Ct. renamed as "Kennedy
               Ct."; & Patrick Ct. renamed as "Maze Ct.".
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (6K)

40)  00-172    Amending Sec. 21.56.170 of the LMC to allow refuse &
               garbage removal service once a week when certain
               receptacles or containers for the storage of garbage
               are provided.

RESOLUTION - HAD PUBLIC HEARING - FOR COUNCIL ACTION

41)  00R-238   Approving an Agrmt. between the City, Emergency
               Medical Services Inc., St. Elizabeth Community
               Health Center & Bryan-LGH Medical Center to provide
               medical oversight for ambulance service for a period
               of 4 yrs. Exhibit: #1 (39K)
               (SUBSTITUTE AGRMT. ACCEPTED, 7-0; ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80430.)

ORDINANCES - 3RD READING

42)  00-159    Change of Zone 3206 - App. of Realty Trust Group for
               a change from AGR Agricultural Residential to B-1
               Local Business Dist. on property generally located
               at S. 70th St. & Pine Lake Rd.
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (40K)
               (PLACED ON PENDING,7-0.)

43)  00-160    Change of Zone 3207 - App. of Realty Trust Group for
               a change from AG Agricultural to B-2 Planned
               Neighborhood Business Dist. on property gen-erally
               located at S. 84th St. & Old Cheney Rd.
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (47K)
               (PASSED, 4-3; COOK, MCROY & SENG DISSENTING; #17727.)

PENDING LIST  (EXTENDED ONE WEEK.  SEE ITEMS 50 & 61.)

44)  95-128    Change of Zone 2912 - App. of Don Fauth for a change
               from AG to AGR on property generally located ½
               mi. west of Coddington at SW 27th St. & Old Cheney
               Rd. (10/14/96 - Placed on Pending)

45)  98-52     Declaring city-owned property legally described
               as the remaining portion of Lots 226-229,
               Ridgeview Add., except the north 10' of said
               lots, generally located at N. 5th & Adams St.,
               as surplus & authorizing the sale thereof. 
               (4/6/98 - Placed on Pending)

46)  97-122    Amending Sec. 5.04.060 of the LMC to prohibit
               issuance of special desig-nated  licenses for sale
               of liquor to the general public in the downtown area
               on home football game days.  (8/25/97 - Amended;
               Placed on Pending)

47)  97-142    Change of Zone 3076 - App. of Dustrol,  Inc. for a
               change from AG Agricultural to H-4 General
               Commercial on property generally located on the
               south side of Arbor Rd., west of N. 56th St.
               (9/22/97 - Placed on Pending)

48)  99R-134   Approving a recommendation that the Mayor amend
               Administrative Regulation #9 to allow for the
               creation & implementation of a take-home vehicle
               program for police officers in targeted
               revitalization strategy areas.  (5/10/99 - Placed on
               Pending)

49)  99-93     Amending the corporate limits of the City by
               annexing approx. 45 acres of property generally
               located at S. 14th St. & Mockingbird Lane North.
               (8/23/99 - Placed on Pending for 6 months)

50)  00-35     Amending Sec. 9.16.230 of the LMC to define
               "nudity", to make it unlawful for a person to
               appear in any public place in a state of
               nudity, & providing exceptions thereto. 
               (2/22/00 - Placed on Pending until a Supreme
               Court Case Decision)  (REMOVED FROM PENDING
               FOR PUB. HEARING & ACTION ON 9/25/00, 7-0.)

51)  00R-64    Special Permit 1423C - App. of Dru, Guy, & David
               Lammle to amend the Himark Estates C.U.P. to add
               land, increase the assigned number of dwelling units
               from 240 to 300 multi-family dwelling units, & to
               approve the site plan for the multiple family area,
               on property generally located at the northeast
               corner of S. 84th St. & Old Cheney Rd. (3/13/00 - To
               remain on Pending)

52)  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)

53)  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)

54)  00-72     Change of Zone 3245 - App. of Manette Kidney
               for a change from AG 3gricultural to O-2
               Suburban Office on property generally located
               at S. 84th St. & Old Cheney Rd.  (4/24/00 -
               Reconsidered & Placed on Pending)

55)  00R-126   Approving & supporting the Report & Recommendations
               of the Lancaster County Medical Society contained in
               the document entitled "Independent Medical 
               Oversight for Pre-Hospital Medical Care" which
               recommends an emergency & non-emergency medical
               system for the City.  (4/24/00 - Placed on Pending
               until a Provider is picked)

56)  00-106    Creating Sewer Dist. 1174 in Old Dairy Rd. from 27th
               St. west approx. 600'.  (5/30/00 - Placed on
               Pending)

57)  00-100    Amending Title 5 of the LMC by adding a new Chapter
               5.17 pertaining to telecommunications providers
               using the City's rights-of-way to establish
               definitions, standards, & permit fees for the use of
               rights-of-way; to provide for insurance, bonding, &
               construction standards for telecommunications
               facilities located in rights-of-way; to establish
               procedures for reviews of decisions regarding
               telecommunications facilities; & to provide for
               enforcement of this ordinance.  (6/12/00 - Placed on
               Pending)

58)  00-115    Amending Sec. 8.08.020 to provide an exception to
               the requirement of a certificate of public
               convenience & necessity for government providers of
               service; amending Sec. 8.08.090 to provide enforce-
               able response time verification. (7/3/00 - Placed on
               Pending)

59)  00-116    Amending Sec. 2.20.010 to provide that the Fire
               Chief have care & control of all equipment &
               management of the emergency medical services pro-
               gram; adding a new section numbered 2.20.015 to
               provide that emergency medical services & ambulance
               transport be assigned to the Fire Dept. (7/3/00 -
               Placed on Pending)

60)  00R-182   RE: Special Permit 1165A - To show cause why said
               Special Permit should not be revoked for failure to
               comply with the conditions of the Special Permit
               (1301 "H"). (7/17/00 - Placed on Pending)

61)  00R-199   Special Permit 1840 - App. of Angie Muhleisen, on
               behalf of Union Bank, for a parking lot on property
               located at 4717, 4723, & 4731 Hillside St.  (7/31/00
               - Held over due to lack of majority vote) (Request
               from Attorney Peter Katt to delay action & re-open
               Public Hearing for 8/14/00 or whenever.)  (8/7/00 -
               Placed on Pending Indefinitely) (REMOVED FROM
               PENDING FOR PUB. HEARING & ACTION ON 9/25/00, 7-0.)

62)  00-130    Amending Chapter 12.20 of the LMC relating to trees
               & shrubbery by add-ing a new section numbered
               12.20.025 to provide for the planting of street
               trees on private property pursuant to an easement
               agreement if there is insufficient land available
               for the planting & proper growth of the street tree
               or trees in the public right-of-way. (7/31/00 -
               Amended) (8/7/00 - Placed on Pending until
               September)

63)  00R-217   Accepting the report of Dawn McFarland Tort Claim
               against the City & approving disposition of claim
               set forth.  (All other disposition of Claims for the
               period of July 16 through July 31, 2000 were adopted
               on 8/14/00) (8/21/00 - Action delayed Indefinitely -
               Placed on Pending)

64)  00-154    Vacating the north-south alley north of "N" St.
               between 13th & 14th Sts.  (9/11/00 - Placed on Pending)
               Planning Dept. Exhibits: Fact Sheet (16K)

WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL, THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE
     PUBLIC HEARING ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2000:    (APPROVED, 7-0.)

65)  00R-254   Appointing Nicole Simon to the Lincoln-Lancaster
               Women's Commission to fill an unexpired term
               expiring Jan. 1, 2003.

66)  00R-255   Approving an Agrmt. between the City & the State of
               Nebraska Dept. of Motor Vehicles for renewal of the
               City's Commercial Motor Vehicles Third Party Tester
               Certificate to allow the City to conduct
               examinations for commercial drivers licenses.

67)  00R-256   Amending Reso. A-79846 to authorize certain City
               employees' participation in the Post Employment
               Health Plan.

68)  00R-257   Authorizing Loren Prescott dba Jimmy John's to
               occupy a portion of the public right-of-way at 101
               N. 14th St. for use as a sidewalk cafe.

69)  00R-258   Comp. Plan Amendment No. 94-45 - Amending the 1994
               Lincoln/Lancaster County Comprehensive Plan to
               incorporate by reference the "Greater Arnold Heights
               Area Neighborhood Plan."

70)  00R-259   Special Permit 1825A - Amending the Prairie View
               Estates C.U.P. create 34 lots & one outlot; a waiver
               of the landscape screen along the west boundary; a
               reduction of the front yard setback along W. "A" St.
               for Lots 3, 4, & 5, Block 2; & allowing approval by
               the Planning Director of administrative final plats,
               on property generally located at S.W. 10th & W, "A"
               St. 

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. THE WEDNESDAY (9/20/00) PRIOR TO THE NEXT
     FORMAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING (9/25/00).

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


ADJOURNMENT  2:26 P.M.


UPCOMING HEARINGS

     Hearing date of Mon., Sept. 25, 2000 at 5:30 p.m. on App. of
     Hinky Dinky Lincoln #9, LLC dba Sun Mart #738 for a Class D
     Liquor License at 2145 S. 17th St.

     Hearing date of Mon., Sept. 25, 2000 at 5:30 p.m. on App. of
     Hinky Dinky Lincoln #11 LLC dba Sun Mart #731 for a Class D
     Liquor License at 2600 S 48th St.

RECONSIDERATION:
CAMP	Moved to reconsider Special Permit 1841 - App. of L.W. Hoffman,
   on behalf of Anderson Ford, to display automobiles for sale in the
   front yard & rear yard, with a request to waive the landscape
   requirements on property generally located at 29th & Cornhusker
   Hwy. (9/11/00 - Adopted Sub. Reso. #2, 4-3; Johnson, McRoy, Seng
   Dissenting; A-80405).
	Seconded by Johnson & LOST by the following vote: AYES: Camp,
   Johnson; NAYS;: Cook, Fortenberry, McRoy, Seng, Shoecraft.

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