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             ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                      MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2002, AT 2:00 P.M.


          NOTE:  NO COUNCIL MEETING WEEK OF NOVEMBER 11TH DUE TO HOLIDAY.
                 NEXT COUNCIL MEETING NOVEMBER 18, 2002 AT 1:30 P.M.

                               
                         ALL MEMBERS PRESENT               


PUBLIC HEARING
LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS 

1)   Exhibit   Manager application of Mitchell A. Phelps for Levy Premium 
       163K    Foodservice LTD dba "Levy Restaurants at Haymarket Park" at 403
               Line Drive Circle.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-81790)


PUBLIC HEARING 
ORDINANCES - 2nd READING    (ITEMS 2 THRU 5 HAD 2ND READING; 
                             SEE ITEMS 2, 3, 4, & 5)  

2)   02-160    Amending Title 27 of the Lincoln Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance)
               to add a new Section 27.82.010 to provide a title, authority and
               applicability; to add a new Section 27.82.020 to provide legislative
               findings and purpose; to add a new Section 27.82.030 to provide
               intent; to add a new Section 27.82.040 to provide definitions; to
               add a new Section 27.82.050 to provide for imposition of impact
               fees; to add a new Section 27.82.060 to provide exemptions from
               impact fees; to add a new Section 27.82.070 to provide for the
               creation of an impact fee fund and impact fee accounts; to add
               a new Section 27.82.080 to provide for refunds of impact fees
               paid; to add a new Section 27.82.090 to provide for post-ordinance
               developer agreements regarding Impact Fee Facilities; to add a new
               Section 27.82.100 to provide for developer reimbursement for pre-
               ordinance participation in financing or constructing Impact Fee
               Facilities; and to add a new Section 27.82.110 to provide for
               miscellaneous provisions. (In connection w/02-161, 02R-247,
               02R-207) Fact Sheet (1.3M), Exhibit A (1.2M), Exhibit B pt1
               Exhibit B pt2 (1.9M)
               (11/4/02 - DELAYED INDEFINITELY, LOST, 2-5; CAMP, SVOBODA 
               ASSENTING)

3)   02-161    Amending Title 26 of the Lincoln Municipal Code (Land Subdivision
               Ordinance) to amend Section 26.23.040 to modify the reference to
               the Comprehensive Plan and to increase the minimum right-of-way
               width for bikeways from a 14-foot easement to a 20-foot easement;
               and to amend Section 26.23.160 to require a dedication of land
               or payment of an impact fee for neighborhood parks and trails.
               (In connection w/02-160, 02R-247, 02R-207)  Fact Sheet (107K)
               (for attachments see item #17 - 02-160)
               (11/04/02 - DELAYED INDEFINITELY, LOST, 2-5; CAMP, SVOBODA ASSENTING)

4)   02-158    Amending the pay schedule for a certain employee group prefixed
               by the letter "E" by changing the pay range of Personnel
               Clerk from E01 to X11. Fact Sheet (48K)
               (11/4/02 -CONT'D. PUBLIC HEARING W/ACTION TO 11/18/02, 7-0)

 5)  02-159    Amending the pay schedule for certain employee groups prefixed by
               the letters "A" and "C" to create the classifications of "Solid 
               Waste Operations Supervisor" and "Utility Engineering Specialist."
               Fact Sheet (48K)
               (11/4/02 -  CONT'D. PUBLIC HEARING W/ACTION TO 11/18/02, 7-0)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

6)   02R-207   Approving a schedule for water use charges to increase revenues for
               the Lincoln Water System. (9/30/02 - Placed on pending to have
               public hearing  the same date as Impact Fees public hearing 11/4/02)
               (In connection w/02-160, 02-161, 02R-247) Fact Sheet (6K)
               (11/4/02 - DELAYED ACTION TO 11/18/02, 6-1; SENG DISSENTING)

7)   02R-247   Adopting the Water System Impact Fee, Water Distribution Impact Fee,
               Wastewater Impact Fee, Arterial Street Impact Fee, and Neighborhood
               Park and Trail Impact Fee Schedules to be used to determine the
               amount of each required impact fee pursuant to the requirement of
               the Impact Fee Ordinance. (In connection w/02-160, 02-161,
               02R-207) Fact Sheet (11K), Impact Fee Schedule (37K),
               Motion to Amend (113K)
               (11/4/02 - DELAYED INDEFINITELY, LOST, 2-5; CAMP, SVOBODA 
               ASSENTING; DELAYED ACTION TO 11/18/02, 6-1; SENG DISSENTING)

                             - END OF PUBLIC HEARING -



PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS


8)   MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS

		Investment of Funds for Oct. 21 thru Oct. 25, 2002.
                (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-81791)

		Setting Hearing date of Monday, November 18, 2002 at 1:30 p.m.
                for Man. App. of James P. Madsen for Madsen Bowling & Billiard
                Center Company located at 1316 N. 47th Street. 
                (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-81792)

		Setting Hearing date of Monday, November 25, 2002 at 5:30 p.m.
                for Man. App. of John A. Losito for Bowling Associates Limited
                Partnership dba Sun Valley Lanes located at 321 Victory Lane. 
                (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-81793)

		Clerk's Letter & Mayor's Approval of Ordinances & Resolutions 
                passed by Council on October 28, 2002. (PLACED ON FILE)

		Report from City Treasurer of franchise fees from Time Warner
                Cable for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 2002. (PLACED ON FILE)

		Report from City Treasurer of franchise fees from Aquila for 
                the quarter ending Sept. 30, 2002. (PLACED ON FILE)

		Report from City Treasurer of Telecommunication Tax for the
                month of September, 2002: MCI Worldcom, Guaranteed Phone 
                Service, Alltel Nebraska, Alltel Systems of the Midwest, 
                Spring Spectrum, Teligent Services, Network Billing Systems,
                Norstan Network, Sprint, Telco Development Group De Inc., 
                Western Union, WorldXchange, Trans National, Cricket Comm.,
                Excel.  (PLACED ON FILE)

		Petition to Vacate Public Way the South  of R Street 
                abutting Block 29, Original Plat, Lincoln, from the East
                right-of-way of 9th Street to the West right-of-way of 10th
                Street submitted by William K. Johnston, President of 
                Lincoln Journal Star. (REFERRED TO LAW DEPT.)

		Petition to Vacate Public Way the North  of R Street
                abutting Block 22 from the East right-of-way line of 9th
                Street to a point 15' west of the Southeast corner of the 
                remaining portion of Lot 6, Block 22, Original Plat, Lincoln
                submitted by William K. Johnston, President of Lincoln Journal 
                Star and William E. Henkle, Trustee of Giles C. Henkle Trust. 
                (REFERRED TO LAW DEPT.)


REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

(9)            Report of Lincoln Water & WasteWater System Recapitulation of Daily
               Cash Receipts for Sept. 2002. (PLACED ON FILE)

(10)           Request of Public Works to set a hearing date of Monday, November
               25, 2002, at 5:30 p.m. & place on the formal City Council Agenda
               the following: (APPROVED, 7-0)
     
               02-171    To provide authority ______ to construct a 6-inch water
                         main in NW 23rd Street, West Q to West O Streets and
                         assess the cost thereof against the benefitted property.

               02-172    To provide authority to construct a 6-inch sanitary sewer
                         in NW 23rd Street, West Q to West O Streets and assess
                         the cost thereof against the benefitted property.

               02-173    To provide authority to design and construct a 16-foot
                         wide paved alley at 26th Street to 27th Street, Q to R
                         Streets and assess the costs thereof against the
                         benefitted properties.

               02-174    To provide authority to pave Frontage Road which parallels 
                         North Highway 77 from Holland Road south approximately
                         1,375 feet and assess the cost thereof against the
                         benefitted property.


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING     (ITEMS 11 THRU 17 HAD 1ST READING)

11)  02-164     Vacating the west 60.15 feet of Wagon Lane from the south line of
                Outlot B to the north line of Outlot C, Frontier Acres, generally
                located at S. 62nd Street and Wagon Lane. (In connection
                w/02-170, 02R-276, 02R-277)(Request to have 2nd & 3rd readings
                11/18/02)  Fact Sheet (246K)

12)  02-165    Vacating a portion of O'Hanlon Drive, requested by Don Johnson Homes
               Inc., David and Sydney Richards, Ridge Development Company and
               Southview, Inc., generally located ¼ mile north of the
               intersection of S. 27th Street and Yankee Hill Road.
               Fact Sheet (343K)

13)  02-166    Change of Zone 3370 - Application of Connie Heier and Patricia
               Slaughter for a change of zone from AG Agriculture to AGR Agri-
               cultural Residential on property generally located at the south-
               east corner of S. 112th Street and Old Cheney Road. (In
               connection w/02R-263)  Fact Sheet (540K)

14)  02-167    Change of Zone 3376 - Application of Ron and Rose McMahan for a
               change of zone from R-2 Residential to H-3 Highway Commercial on
               property generally located 330 feet north of West O Street and N.W.
               14th Street.  Fact Sheet (196K)

15)  02-168    Change of Zone 3380 - Application of the Planning Director for a
               change of zone from B-2 Planned Neighborhood Business District to
               R-3 Residential on property generally located at S. 79th Street
               and Pioneers Blvd.  Fact Sheet (168K)

16)  02-169    Change of Zone 3382 - Amending Sections 27.63.130 and 27.63.680 of
               the Lincoln Municipal Code Zoning Ordinance to allow the sale of
               alcohol for consumption on the premises at golf courses and
               country clubs as an allowed accessory use by special permit.
               (To be acted on prior to 02R-257) Fact Sheet (162K)

17)  02-170    Change of Zone 3375 - Application of Carl Sjulin and West Gate 
               Bank for a change of zone from AGR Agricultural Residential to
               O-3 Office Park on property generally located northeast of the
               intersection of Old Cheney Road and Highway 2. (In connection
               w/02-164, 02R-276, 02R-277) (Request 2nd & 3rd readings 11/18/02)
               Fact Sheet (474K)


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING

18)  02-154    Change of Zone 71HP - Application of the Historic Preservation
               Commission to designate the Sophy Teeters Nurses' Home located
               at Bryan LGH West at 1650 Lake Street, as a landmark. (10/21/02
               - To continue P.H. to 10/28/02 and Action on 11/4/02)
               Fact Sheet (539K)
               (PASSED, 6-1; SVOBODA DISSENTING; #18085)

19)  02-157    Amending Title 6 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating to animals
               by adding a new Chapter 6.02 relating to Animal Control Definitions
               which consolidates the definitions previously found in Chapters
               6.04, 6.08, 6.10 and 6.12 and revises the definition of revised
               definitions for  "hobby kennel" or "catteries," "kennel," and 
               "fowls," and adds new definitions for "animal rescue organization," 
               "animal shelter," "foster homes," "rooster," "commercial boarding
               kennel," "commercial breeding kennel," "dog kennel," "indoor housing 
               facility," "multi-dog household," "multi-cat household," "outdoor 
               housing facility," and "written consent"; and; by amending Chapter
               6.04 relating to animal control regulations in general to prohibit
               roosters within the City of Lincoln, to regulate animal rescue
               organizations, and to modify permit fee provisions; by amending
               Chapter 6.08 relating to dogs to set minimum penalty amounts for
               repetitive violations of licensing requirements, to increase
               for dogs, to require disposal of dog feces or manure in a sanitary 
               manner, to permit and regulate multi-dog households, to permit and
               regulate commercial breeding kennels, and to exempt commercial 
               breeding kennels and multi-dog households from the prohibition of 
               maintaining a dog kennel; by amending Chapter 6.10 relating to
               dangerous dogs to allow the use of microchips for marking such
               dogs and to set minimum penalties; by amending 6.12 relating to
               cats to set minimum penalties for repetitive violations of licensing
               requirements, to place a limit on the number of cats a person may
               own without a multi-cat household, cattery or hobby kennel permit,
               to increase license fees for cats, to increaselicense fees for 
               catteries and hobby kennels, to permit and regulate multi-cat
               households, to allow current cat owners or those who are 
               subsequently annexed into the City who own more than 15 cats to  
               retain all their cats until death or transfer of ownership of the 
               cat; in order to implement the recommendations of the Animal 
               Control Board. (Request con't public hearing & action to 11/18/02)
               (CONT'D. ACTION TO 11/18/02, 7-0)
							 
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