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            ACTION OF THE REGULAR  CITY COUNCIL MEETING  HELD
                   MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2001, AT 1:30 P.M.
                  
                                 
MAYOR'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR MAY - JEAN WHEELOCK, RECREATION
         GUIDE FOR NATURE CENTER, PARKS & RECREATION
                                 
PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 1)  Exhibit   Application of Lincoln Haymarket Development Corp. for a
      274K     special designated liquor license to cover an area approxi-
               mately 300 feet by 150 feet in 8th Street between P and Q
               Streets on June 15, 2001 from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., on
	       June 16, 2001 from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., and on June
	       17, 2001 from noon to 5:00 p.m. 
	       (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80887)

 2)  Exhibit   Application of Lincoln Haymarket Development Corp. for a
      280K     special designated liquor license to cover an area
               approximately 300 feet by 150 feet in the parking lot south
	       of the Lincoln Station, 201 N. 7th Street, on June 15 and
	       16, 2001, between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. 
	       (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80888)

 3)  Exhibit   App. of Lincoln Haymarket Development Corporation for a
      274K     special designated license for outdoor street dances as 
     Exhibit   adjunct to Haymarket Heydays. at 355 North 8th Street,
      280K     #B. (DUPLICATE OF ITEM 2)

 4)  Exhibit   Application of Salvador Carcamo dba "Restaurante Y
      344K     Pupuseria El Salvador" for a Class "I" liquor
               license at 1501 Center Park Road, #100. (ADOPTED
               FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80889)

 5)  Exhibit   Application of B&R Stores Inc. for a liquor catering
               license at 2525 Pine Lake Road. ( ADOPTED FOR
               APPROVAL, 6-1; WERNER DISSENTING;   A-80890)

 6)   same as  Application of B&R Stores Inc. for a liquor catering
        #5     license at 2662 Cornhusker Highway. (ADOPTED FOR
               APPROVAL, 6-1; WERNER DISSENTING; A-80891)

 7)   same as  Application of B&R Stores Inc. for a liquor catering
        #5     license at 130 North 66th Street. (ADOPTED FOR
               APPROVAL, 6-1; WERNER DISSENTING;  A-80892)

 8)  Exhibit   Application of Grandstand, LLC dba "Bleachers Bar & Grill"
       605K    for a Class "I" liquor license at 5601 South 56th Street,
	       Suite 20. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80893)

 9)   same as  Manager application of Robert Richard Lockwood for Grand-
        #8     stand, LLC dba "Bleachers Bar & Grill" at 5601 South 56th
	       Street, Suite 20. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-80894)


PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES - 3RD READING

10)  01-86     Amending Chapter 2.62 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating
               to the Police and Fire Pension Plan - Plan A to establish a
               date for commencement of benefit payments; to establish
               limitations upon the use of plan assets; to establish pro-
               visions for the amendment, termination, and discontinuance
               of the Plan; to establish the City's intention that the Plan
               be a qualified plan pursuant to the Internal Revenue Service
               Requirements. (ACCEPTED SUB. ORD., 7-0; PASSED, 7-0; #17858)

11)  01-87    Amending Chapter 2.65 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating
              to the Police and Fire Pension Plan - Plan B to establish a
              date for commencement of benefit payments; to establish
              limitations upon the use of plan assets; to establish pro-
              visions for the amendment, termination, and discontinuance
              of the Plan; to establish the City's intention that the Plan
              be a qualified plan pursuant to the Internal Revenue Service
              Requirements. (ACCEPTED SUB. ORD., 7-0; PASSED, 7-0; #17859)

12)  01-88    Amending Chapter 2.66 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating
              to the Police and Fire Pension Plan - Plan C to establish a
              date for commencement of benefit payments; to establish
              limitations upon the use of plan assets; to establish pro-
              visions for the amendment, termination, and discontinuance of
              the Plan; to establish the City's intention that the Plan be
              a qualified plan pursuant to the Internal Revenue Service
              Requirements. (ACCEPTED SUB. ORD., 7-0; PASSED, 7-0; #17860)


PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCES - 
  2ND READING (ITEMS 13 THRU 16 HAD 2ND READING; SEE ITEMS 13 & 16.)

13)  01-91    Change of Zone 3324 - Application of Pioneer Greens, L.L.C.
              for a change of zone from O-3 Office park to R-3 Residential
              and from R-3 Residential to O-3 Office Park on property
              generally located at S. 86th Street and Pioneers Blvd. 
              (REQUEST OF APPLICANT TO HAVE 3RD READING ON THIS DATE,
              APPROVED, 7-0; PASSED, 7-0; #17861) Fact Sheet

14)  01-92    Vacating Lots 1 through 6, Leavitt's Subdivision, generally
              located at S. 14th Street and Dairy Drive.  (In connection
              w/00-219 on Pending) Fact Sheet

15)  01-93    Vacating a portion of the right-of-way stub adjacent to the
              south and west lines of Lot 3, 48th and Superior Addition,
              and the south and east line of Lot 2, H.J.B. Industrial Park
              1st Addition, generally located at N. 48th and Superior
              Streets. Fact Sheet

16)  01-94    Approving an Access Agreement with Qwest Wireless to co-
              locate on an existing Alltel tower in Antelope Park 
              (REQUEST OF LAW DEPT. TO HAVE 3RD READING ON THIS DATE,
              DENIED, 4-3; COOK, SENG, WERNER DISSENTING)
	       Fact Sheet

PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

17)  01R-131  Appointing Charlene Flood-Johnson to the Multicultural
              Advisory Committee to fill an unexpired term expiring
              September 18, 2001. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80895) Fact Sheet

18)  01R-132  Appointing Beatty Brasch to the EMS, Inc. Board of Directors
              for a three-year term expiring March 28, 2004. (ADOPTED,
              5-2; CAMP & SVOBODA DISSENTING; A-80896) Fact Sheet

19)  01R-133  Reappointing Sarah Jones to the City Personnel Board for a
              five-year term expiring June 22, 2006. (ADOPTED, 
              7-0; A-80897) 

20)  01R-134  Appointing Dr. Sitaram Jaswal to the Lincoln Commission on
              Human Rights to fill an unexpired term expiring December 31,
              2003. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80898) Fact Sheet

21)  01R-135  Appointing Ronald Geary to the Heating, Ventilating, and
              Cooling Examiners Board for a three-year term expiring
              April 4, 2004. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80899) Fact Sheet

22)  01R-136  Special Permit 277H - Application of Michael and Terri Dunlap
              to amend the Pine Lake Community Unit Plan to allow a 
              reduction in the front yard setback from 50 feet to 30 feet
              on property generally located at 6641 Eastshore Drive.
              (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80900) Fact Sheet

23)  01R-137  Approving the Fiscal Year 2001 Action Plan: One Year Use of
              Funds for Consolidated Plan for HUD Entitlement Programs.
              (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80901) Fact Sheet

24)  01R-138  Waiving the dedication of an additional 17' of right-of-way
              along Fairview Cemetery along Adams Street to the west of
              North 84th Street. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80902) Fact Sheet

25)  01R-139  Special Permit 1901 - Application of Michael L. Thomalla
              and Arty Fortney to develop Vavik Ridge Community Unit Plan
              consisting of 22 dwelling units of elderly housing on
              property generally located at S. 56th Street and Elkcrest
              Drive. (In connection w/01R-140) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80903)
              Fact Sheet

26)  01R-140  Accepting and approving the preliminary plat of Vavik Ridge
              consisting of 11 lots and one outlot with waivers of the
              required sidewalks, front, rear, and side yard setbacks, and
              the 3-1 width ratio, on property generally located at S. 56th
              Street and Elkcrest Drive. (In connection w/01R-139)
              (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80904) Fact Sheet

27)  01R-141  Appointing Sheryl K. Jordan to the Community Development
              Task Force to fill an unexpired term expiring August 31,
              2003. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80905) Fact Sheet

28)  01R-142  Approving an agreement between the City and the State of
              Nebraska Department of Roads for maintenance work on a
              portion of Nebraska Highway 2 between 9th Street and 
              Highway 77. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-80906) Fact Sheet, Attachment 

29)           Assessment resolutions for Special Assessment Group I,
              Board of Equalization meeting, June 18, 2001 at 10:00 a.m.
              (APPROVED, 7-0)


RESOLUTION - ACTION ONLY/HAD PUBLIC HEARING

30)  01R-121  Special Permit 1887 - Application of West Point, L.L.C. to
              develop 230,000 sq. ft. of commercial uses, with waivers
              of public sidewalks on the north side of West O Street
              and the east side of N.W. 40th Street, and reduction of
              the front and side yard setbacks on property generally
              located at the northeast corner of N.W. 40th Street and
              West O Street. (6/4/01 - Action delayed to 6/11/01)
              (AMENDED 7-0; ADOPTED, 6-1; MCROY DISSENTING; A-80907)


PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS

31)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS


REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

32)           Reports from City Treasurer of Telecomm Occ. Tax due for
              the month of April, 2001:  Sprint Comm.Co. LTD Partnership,
              MCI WorldCom, IBM Global, Global Crossing, Broadwing,
              Network Billing Systems, Intellicall, Th Furst Group,
              Lincoln Celtelco, NPCR, Inc. Nebraska Tech. & Telecomm.
              (PLACED ON FILE)

33)           Affidavits of Mailing for the Board of Equalization Group I.
              (PLACED ON FILE)
     
34)           Annual Report of LES. (PLACED ON FILE)

35)           Report of Lincoln Water & WasteWater System Recapitulation
              of Daily Cash Receipts for May, 2001.  (PLACED ON FILE)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 36 THRU 41 HAD 1ST READING)

36)  01-95    Approving a transfer of appropriations within the Street 
              Construction Fund of $988,000 from Project No. 541831, South
              70th Street, Old Cheney Road to Pine Lake Road; $275,000 
              from Project No. 542816, 66th Street, Cotner Blvd., and Vine
              Street; and $345,000 from Project No.542826, 27th and 
              Superior Streets, to Project No. 700342, "O" Street, 52nd 
              Street to Wedgwood.

37)  01-96    Renaming Charles Avenue as Hanneman Drive beginning at the 
              north approach of the intersection of Trimble Drive and 
              West "C" Street and extending north and east through the
              Muff 2nd Addition preliminary plat. Fact Sheet

38)  01-97    Amending the corporate limits of the City by annexing 
              approximately 270 acres of property generally located 
              north of Yankee Hill Road between South 14th Street and
              South 27th Street. Fact Sheet

39)  01-99    Amending the corporate limits of the City by annexing 
              approximately 227.19 acres of property generally located
              northeast of N.W. 27th Street and Highway 34. Fact Sheet

40)  01-100   Change of Zone 3252 - Application of Ridge Development
              Company for a change of zone from I-1 Industrial District 
              to B-2 Planned Neighborhood Business  District and from 
              B-2 Planned Neighborhood Business District to I-1 Industrial 
              District on property generally located at North 27th Street
              and Folkways Blvd. Fact Sheet

41)  01-101   Change of Zone 69H - Application of Rape/Spouse Abuse Crisis 
              Center for a Landmark Designation for the Pace-Woods House 
              located at 2545 N Street.  Fact Sheet

ORDINANCES - 3RD READING

42)  01-80    Creating Paving District No. 2621 in 7th Street from O to N 
              Streets.  (AMENDED, 7-0; PASSED, 7-0; #17862)

43)  01-85    Change of Zone 3319 - Application of Richard and Ann Hudson 
              for a change of zone from AG Agricultural to AGR Agricultural
              Residential on property generally located at South 112th
              Street and Van Dorn Street. (In connection W/01R-125)
              (PASSED, 7-0; #17863) Fact Sheet

44)  01R-125  Special Permit 1386B - Application of Richard and Ann Hudson
              to amend the Windhoek 4th Community Unit Plan to add one lot
              and to waive sidewalks, street trees, street lighting, land-
              scape screens and stormwater detention, on property generally
              located at 112th Street and Van Dorn Street. (In connection
              w/01-85) (6/4/11 - Action delayed to 6/11/01) (PASSED, 7-0;
              A-80910)

45)  01-90    Amending Section 10.06.120 of the Lincoln Municipal Code to
              increase non-moving ticket fines and administrative fees for
              traffic violations. (6/4/01 - Amended) (PLACED ON PENDING,
              6-0; FRIENDT ABSENT) (6/4/01 - Amended)

Items 46 - 74 including Miscellanous

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