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                ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                         MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 2001, AT 5:30 P.M.

NOTE: PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE 1 & 6 YEAR STREET & HIGHWAYS PROGRAM & THE
      2001-2002 MAYOR'S RECOMMENDED ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET & CAPITAL
      IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FY2001-2007 WILL BEGIN AFTER THE REGULAR CITY
      COUNCIL AGENDA.

                       ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT COOK
                                  
PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS - NONE
     

PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES - 2ND READING     (ITEMS 1 THRU 9 HAD 2ND READING)

 1)  01-119    Amending Lincoln Municipal Code Section 2.76.145,
               Compensation Plan, Merit Pay Plan, Administration
               and Requirements for Advancement; Section 2.76.153,
               Compensation Plan, Merit Pay Plan, Shift
               Differential; Section 2.76.160, Compensation Plan,
               Variable Merit Pay Plan; and Section 2.76.380, Sick
               Leave with Pay; to reflect negotiated changes and
               changes applicable to employees not represented by a
               bargaining unit. Fact Sheet

 2)  01-120    Adopting pay schedules and schedules of pay ranges
               for employees whose classifications are assigned to
               pay ranges prefixed by the letter "F". Fact Sheet

 3)  01-121    Adopting pay schedules and schedules of pay ranges
               for employees whose classifications are assigned to
               pay ranges prefixed by the letter "X". Fact Sheet
          
 4)  01-122    Adopting pay schedules and schedules of pay ranges
               for employees whose classifications are assigned to
               pay ranges prefixed by the letter "E" and "M".
	       Fact Sheet

 5)  01-123    Adopting pay schedules and schedules of pay ranges
               for employees whose classifications are assigned to
               pay ranges prefixed by the letter "P". Fact Sheet

 6)  01-124    Adopting pay schedules and schedules of pay ranges
               for employees whose classifications are assigned to
               pay ranges prefixed by the letter "N". Fact Sheet

 7)  01-125    Adopting pay schedules and schedules of pay ranges
               for employees whose classifications are assigned to
               pay ranges prefixed by the letter "A" and "C".
	       Fact Sheet

 8)  01-126    Changing the City telecommunications occupation tax
               rate from 3.8% to 5.75% of gross receipts effective
               September 1, 2001.

 9)  01-127    Amending the conditions of sale of vacated Dairy
               Drive by waiving the charge by the City for the
               assessment of this land that will be transferred to
               Lincoln Mattress and Lancaster County.


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS  FOR ACTION

10)  01R-200   Approving a labor contract between the City and the
               Lincoln City Employees Association. Fact Sheet, Attachment

11)  01R-201   Approving a labor contract between the City and the
               City and the International Association of
               Firefighters. Fact Sheet, Attachment

                        - END OF PUBLIC HEARING -
                                 
                                 
PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

12)            Petition to Vacate Public Way the north-south alley
               between Lincoln Mall and K Street, located in Block
               119, Original Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska
               submitted by Inland Insurance Company, Abel
               Investment Co., Nebco, Inc. & Universal Surety
               Company. (REFERRED TO LAW DEPT.)


13)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS


REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS 

14)            Clerk's Letter & Mayor's Approval of Ordinances
               & Resolutions passed on July 23, 2001. (PLACED ON FILE)

15)            Investment of Funds for July 23 - 27, 2001. 
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-81014)

16)            Reports from City Treasurer of Telecomm. Occ Tax for
               the month of April, May June, 2001: PNG Telecomm.;
               June, 2001: ATS Mobile, Assn. Adm., Alltel, Sprint,
               NPCR dba Nextel, McLeodUSA, AT&T, Excel, Telco,
               western Union. (PLACED ON FILE)

17)            Report from City Treasurer of Franchise Tax for the
               month of June, 2001: Time Warner Cable. (PLACED
               ON FILE)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING (ITEMS 18 THRU 21 HAD 1ST READING)

18)  01-128    Approving the transfer of appropriations within
               Public Works & Utilities and Parks & Recreation to
               ensure the completion of certain projects that need
               additional funding within the fiscal year budget.
	       Fact Sheet (25K)

19)  01-129    Change of Zone 3327 - Amending Section 27.71.130 of
               the Lincoln Municipal Code to allow an additional
               main building on a lot in the AG zoning district
               where there is an existing residence.(In
               connection w/01R-210) Fact Sheet (344K)

20)  01-130    Change of Zone 3331 - Amending Chapter 27.55 of the
               Lincoln Municipal Code to adopt the revised Flood
               Insurance Rate Maps and Flood Insurance Study, and
               to clarify language relating to the minimum
               standards required by the National Flood Insurance
               Program and the State of Nebraska for floodplain
               management by amending the Lincoln Zoning
               Ordinance.(In connection w/ 01-131) Fact Sheet (1.1M)

21)  01-131    Amending Title 26, the Land Subdivision Ordinance,
               of the Lincoln Municipal Code to add Section
               26.07.115 and to amend Sections 26.07.120 and
               26.15.040 to adopt the revised Flood Insurance Rate
               Maps and Flood Insurance Study and to clarify
               language relating to the minimum standards required
               by the National Flood Insurance Program and the
               State of Nebraska for floodplain management.(In
               connection w/01-130) Fact Sheet (2.5M)

RESOLUTION - FOR COUNCIL ACTION - HAD PUBLIC HEARING

22)  01R-83    Accepting the report of new and pending claims against
               the city and approving disposition of claims set forth
               therein for the period of March 16 - 31, 2001.
               (4/16/01 - Action delayed for one week to 4/23/01)
               (4/23/01 - Adopted, 7-0; Reconsidered, 7-0; 
               Placed on Pending until Annexation Agrmt. comes
               forward) (Request to remove from pending for
               action 8/6/01 - Motion Required) (7/30/01 -
               Removed from Pending for Action) (ADOPTED, 6-0; 
               A-81015) Fact Sheet (5K)


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING - NONE


PENDING LIST (EXTENDED ONE WEEK; SEE ITEM 23 & 37a)

23)  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) Factsheet pt1 (1.5M) Memos (1M)

24)  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. (9/25/00 - Placed on Pending) Factsheet (16K)

25)  00-177    Vacating a portion of N. 60th St. from Seward Ave.
               south 142 ft.  (10/16/00 - Placed on Pending)
	       Factsheet (16K)

26)  00-200    Vacating W. N St. from the west line of S.
               Coddington to a point approx. 300' west thereof.
               (11/6/00 - Placed on Pending) Factsheet (987K)

27)  01-22     Vacating Pine Lake Rd. from the west line of
               Lazy Acres Subdivision east to the west line of
               Lot 6 I.T., generally located west of S. 14th
               St. & Pine Lake Rd. (2/26/01 - Placed on Pending)
	       Factsheet (987K)

28)  01-20     Creating Alley Paving Dist. 360 in the
               north/south alley between Worthington Ave. &
               20th St., from South St. north approx. 300'.
               (3/5/01 - Placed on Pending)

29)  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)(3/5/01 - Placed on Pending)
	       Factsheet (1.4M)

30)  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 Neigh-borhood 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) (3/5/01 - Placed on Pending)
	       Factsheet (949K)

31)  01-39     Vacating the south 40' of X St. adjacent to Lot
               1, Block 6, North Lincoln Add., generally
               located at N. 9th & X Sts. (Action
               delayed for two weeks to 4/16/01) (4/16/01 -
               Placed on pending for 3 months 7/16/01)
               (7/9/01 - To remain on pending)

32)  01-66     Change of Zone 3315 - App. of Phil and Mary
               Durst for a change from R-4 Residential to I-1
               Industrial on property generally located at
               South 1st and L Streets. (4/23/01 - Placed on
               Pending; Public Hearing Con't.) Fact Sheet (997K),
	       Auction Site Photos (618K), Auction Site Photos (664K),
               LMC 27.60 & Signatures (2.2M), Auction Site Photos (1.4M)

33)  01-75     Amending Section 17.10.080 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code to allow individual meters in a
               multi-dwelling complex. (5/7/01 - Pending 8-10
               weeks & to form committee) 

34)  01R-100   Authorizing the City to charge individually metered
               multi-dwelling units for water use charges.
               (In connection w/01-75, 01R-101) (4/30/01 - Action
               delayed to 5/7/01) (5/7/01 - Pending 8-10
               weeks & to form committee) 

35)  01R-101   Authorizing the City to charge individually metered
               multi-dwelling units for sanitary use charges. (In
               connection w/01-75, 01R-100) (4/30/01 - Action
               delayed to 5/7/01) (5/7/01 - Pending 8-10 weeks & to
               form committee)

36)  01-96     Renaming Charles Ave. as Hanneman Dr. beginning
               at the north approach of the intersection of
               Trimble Dr. & W. "C" St. & extending north &
               east through the Muff 2nd Add. Preliminary
               Plat. (6/18/01 - Placed on Pending until Pre
               Plat of Muff 2nd Addition comes forward)

37a) 01-112    RECONSIDER ORDINANCE NO. 17890 -
               Amending Chapters 5.34 and 5.42 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to pawnbrokers and
               Secondhand Jewelry and Watch Dealers to require
               pawnbroker forms to be typewritten or machine
               printed and to require recording of specific
               identifying marks; to add pawnbroker employee
               to those required to submit daily reports to
               the Chief of Police; to require secondhand
               jewelry and watch dealer forms to be
               typewritten or machine printed; to change
               "record of transactions" to "form for each
               transaction"; to extend the time of retention
               of secondhand jewelry or secondhand watches
               purchased by a dealer from 72 hours to 14 days;
               and to make requirements for purchasing
               secondhand jewelry consistent with requirements
               for pawning goods. (RECONSIDERED FOR PUBLIC
               HEARING ON 8/20/01, LOST 2-4; CAMP, FRIENDT,
               SVOBODA, WERNER DISSENTING) Fact Sheet (39K)

WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL, THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE PUBLIC 
     HEARING ON AUGUST 13, 2001:  (APPROVED, 6-0)

38)  01R-204   Approving Cheerleader's at 5560 S. 48th Street
               as a keno satellite site.

39)  01R-205   Approving the Pit Crew at 3223 Cornhusker Highway as
               a keno satellite site.

40)  01R-210   Special Permit 1909 - Application of Leonard Stolzer
               to allow the temporary storage of construction
               equipment on property generally located at 5400 S.
               Folsom Street.(In connection w/01-129) Fact Sheet (1M)

41)  01R-211   Approving an amendment to the North 27th Street
               Redevelopment Plan to add a project that includes
               the purchase and demolition of the old Midas Muffler
               building generally located at 601 North 27th Street.
	       Fact Sheet (771K)

42)  01R-212   Special Permit 1873 - Appeal of Sprint Spectrum,
               L.P., from the Planning Commission denial of Special
               Permit 1873 for authority to construct a 90' tall
               wireless communications facility and waiver of the
               fall zone, on property generally located at 4700
               Antelope Creek Road. Fact Sheet (202M), Photo's (2.5M)
	       Photos (2M)

43)  01R-213   Approving a waiver of design standards for street
               lights in the Tallow Wood Addition, on property
               generally located at Hickory Crest Road and Jack
               Pine Court. Fact Sheet (717)

44)  01R-214   Approving a waiver of design standards to extend the
               time for installation of a sanitary sewer in Lot 9,
               Cornhusker Business Park, on property generally
               located at North 70th Street and Highway 6.
	       Fact Sheet (744)

45)  01R-215   Approving a waiver of design standards to extend the
               time for installation of sidewalks, street trees,
               and landscape screening in Lenox Village
               Subdivision, and to revise the bonding amounts, on
               property generally located at South 70th Street and
               Pioneers Blvd. Fact Sheet (905)

46)  01R-216   Approving a waiver of design standards for street
               trees along Interstate 80 in the North Creek
               Commercial Center, on property generally located at
               Fletcher Ave. and Telluride Drive. Fact Sheet (754)

47)  01R-217   Accepting the report of new and pending claims
               against the City and approving disposition of claims
               set forth therein for the period of July 16 - 31, 2001.
	       Fact Sheet (5K) Attachment (28K)

ITEMS TO BE LISTED ON THE AUGUST 6, 2001 AGENDA BUT TO HAVE PUBLIC
  HEARING ON AUGUST 15 AND AUGUST 22, 2001, BEFORE THE JOINT
  CITY COUNCIL - COUNTY BOARD. (APPROVED, 6-0)

48)  01R-206   Comprehensive Plan Amendment 94-62 - Amending the
               Long Range Transportation Plan and other appropriate
               portions of the 1994 Lincoln/Lancaster County
               Comprehensive Plan to reflect the inclusion of the
               South Beltway as a four lane freeway, generally
               ½ mile south of Saltillo Road from Highway 77
               to Highway 2. Fact Sheet (1.4M) 

49)  01R-207   Comprehensive Plan 94-63 - Amending the Long Range
               Transportation Plan and other appropriate portions
               of the 1994 Lincoln/Lancaster County Comprehensive
               Plan to reflect the inclusion of the East Far
               Beltway as a four lane freeway, generally between
               134th and 148th Streets, from Highway 2 to
               Interstate 80. Fact Sheet (1.3M)

50)  01R-208   Comprehensive Plan Amendment 94-64 - Amending the
               Long Range Transportation Plan and other appropriate
               portions of the 1994 Lincoln/Lancaster County
               Comprehensive Plan to reflect the inclusion of the
               East Middle Beltway as a four lane freeway,
               generally between 120th and 134th Streets, from
               Highway 2 to Interstate 80. Fact Sheet (1.3M)

51)  01R-209   Comprehensive Plan Amendment 94-65 - Amending the
               Long Range Transportation Plan and other appropriate
               portions of the 1994 Lincoln/Lancaster County
               Comprehensive Plan to reflect the inclusion of the
               East Close Beltway as a four lane freeway, generally
               between 98th and 112th Streets, from Highway 2 to
               Interstate 80. Fact Sheet (1.2M)

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. ON THE WEDNESDAY (8/8//01) PRIOR TO THE NEXT
     FORMAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING (8/13/01).

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.

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     1 & 6 YEAR STREET & HIGHWAY PROGRAM

     2001-2002 MAYOR'S RECOMMENDED ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET &
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