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            ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                    MONDAY, MAY 10, 2004 AT 1:30 P.M.
                              
                    PUBLIC HEARING ON FLOOD STANDARDS 
                FOR NEW GROWTH AREAS TO BEGIN AT 4:00 P.M.
                                
          UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULE - SEE LAST PAGE
                                
                            ALL MEMBERS PRESENT


                          MAYORS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE 
   AWARDED TO DAN HUSE, HEALTH DEPARTMENT, IN THE CATEGORY LOSS PREVENTION
    
                        
                                                    
PUBLIC HEARING
LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

1)             Application of Folsom Children's Zoo for a special 
               designated license to cover the entire 10 acre
               public area of the zoo on June 26, 2004 from 7:00
               p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-82735)

2)             Manager application of Thomas R. McKitterick for 
               the Country Club of Lincoln dba Country Club 
               of Lincoln dba Country Club at 3200 S. 24th Street.  
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-82736) 

3)             Application of Connot Enterprises, Inc. dba Jack 
               Pot to expand their Class D liquor license with                               
               an 8 foot addition to the west of the presently
               licensed premises at 501 West A Street, making the
               expanded license to read as the entire one story
               building approximately 49 feet by 48 feet. (ADOPTED 
               FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-82737) 


PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES - 2ND READING (ITEMS 4 THRU 9 HAD 2ND READING) 

4)   04-87     Repealing Ordinance No. 18154 which                
               created Re-Paving District No. 156 in
               South Coddington Ave. from West O Street
               south approximately 1200 feet, due to
               the lack of majority petition.
               Fact Sheet (61K)
               					 
5)   04-88     Vacating a portion of 43rd Street south of               
               Sumner Street and authorizing the sale
               thereof to Christ Lutheran Church.
               Fact Sheet (705K)
							 
6)   04-89     Vacating 120 feet of South 22nd Street                
               generally located at the intersection of
               South 22nd Street and Wesley Drive.
               Fact Sheet (218K)
							 
7)   04-90     Renaming Jacob Drive as Jacobs Creek Drive                
               generally located west of South 27th Street
               and south of Pine Lake Road.
               Fact Sheet (111K)
							 
8)   04-91     Repealing Chapter 24.50 of the Lincoln                
               Municipal Code, Sewer Main and Water Main
               Systems on Private Property.

9)   04-93     Change of Zone 04002 - Application of                
               Stone Bridge Creek, L.L.C. for a change
               of zone from R-3 Residential to B-2
               Planned Neighborhood Business District,
               on property generally located at North
               14th Street and Arbor Road.


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

10)  04R-94    Appointing John Williams to the Community                
               Forestry Advisory Board to fill an unexpired
               term expiring August 17, 2005. (ADOPTED, 7-0;
               A-82738)
               Application (65K)
               

11)  04R-95    Approving a 1 year/200 hour lease with                               
               option to renew for three one-year periods 
               between the City and Platte Valley Equipment 
               Company to provide a mechanical front wheel 
               assisted tractor to apply biosolids generated 
               at the Northeast Wastewater Treatment Facility. 
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-82739) 
               Attachment (383K)
               Fact Sheet (52K)
							 
12)  04R-96    Approving an Agreement between the City 
               and the Nebraska Department of Roads for                               
               reimbursement of eligible Federal Funds for design                               
               engineering, right-of-way, non-betterment utility
               rehabilitation, construction and construction
               engineering for the Antelope Valley Y Street
               Bridge and Roadway Project. (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-82740)
               Attachment (384K)
               Fact Sheet (62K)
               		
					 
13)  04R-97    Approving Supplemental Agreement No. 1 
               between the City and the Nebraska Department
               of Roads for reimbursement of eligible
               Federal Funds for the Antelope Valley Vine
               Street Bridge and Roadway Project. (ADOPTED, 
               7-0; A-82741)
               Attachment (60K)
               Fact Sheet (60K)	
               		
					 
14)  04R-98    Approving Supplemental Agreement No. 1 
               between the City and the Nebraska Department
               of Roads for reimbursement of eligible
               Federal Funds for the Antelope Valley
               Military Road and Bridge Project. (ADOPTED, 
               7-0; A-82742)
               Attachment (59K)
               Fact Sheet (59K)	
               		
					 
15)  04R-99    Special Permit 04016 - Application of 
               Yeutter Family, L.L.C. and Northern Lights, L.L.C. 
               to develop Northern Lights Commercial Center for
               approximately 103,400 sq. ft. of floor area
               of planned service commercial, and requested
               waivers of the setback requirements and to
               treat the area as a commercial center rather
               than individual  lots, on property
               generally located west of North 84th Street
               and north of Holdrege Street. (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-82743)
               Fact Sheet (247K)	
               		
					 
16)  04R-100   Special Permit 04004 -  Application of 
               Stone Bridge Creek L.L.C. to develop Stone                               
               Bridge Creek Community Unit Plan for 759 dwelling 
               units and requested waivers to eliminate the 
               preliminary plat process, to allow increased lot 
               depth-to-width ratio, to allow double frontage lots 
               along Alvo Road, and to delay the filing of a use
               permit, on property generally located at North
               14th Street and Arbor Road. (DELAYED ACTION 
               ONE WEEK TO 5/17/04, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (406K)	
               		
					 
17)  04R-101   Special Permit 1423-I - Application of 
               HiMark Golf, L.L.C. to amend HiMark
               Estates Community Unit Plan to replace
               the 272 multiple-family units with 31
               single-family units, for a total of 344
               dwelling units, and waivers to the
               requirement for a preliminary plat,
               minimum lot area, and minimum width for
               major streets, on property generally
               located at South 90th Street and Old
               Cheney Road. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-82744)
               Fact Sheet (489K)	
               
							 
PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES - 3RD READING

18)  04-66B   Approving the transfer of unspent and 
              unencumbered appropriations and cash between
              capital improvement projects within the
              Public Works & Utilities Department, Urban
              Development Department, and Parks &
              Recreation Department and designating the
              funding source for street projects to be
              funded from the recent issuance of Highway
              Allocation Bonds in FY 04/05 and transferring
              dollars made available to those projects to
              other street projects within the Department
              of Public Works & Utilities. (4/26/04 -
              Ordinance split into 04-66A & 04-66B; 04-66B
              to have con't. Public Hearing and Action
              5/10/04) (AMENDED #1, 7-0; ADOPTED AS AMENDED, 
              7-0; #18347B 

          - END OF PUBLIC HEARING - BEGIN VOTING SESSION - 


CONSENT AGENDA:

PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS 

19)            Informal Petition to create a Paving District
               at West Benton 1st Street to Morgan
               Street, submitted by Kim & Gary Deubelbeiss. 
               (REFERRED TO PUBLIC WORKS ON 5/3/04)

     *    Seacrest & Kalkowski, P.C. suggested changes to Flood Standards. (209K)


20)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

21)            Investment of Funds for the week of April 26 thru
               April 30, 2004. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-82745)

22)            Approving the distribution of funds representing
               interest earnings on short-term investments of
               Idle Funds during the month ended March 31, 2004.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-82746)

23)            Lincoln Water & WasteWater System Recapitulation
               of Daily Cash Receipts for April, 2004. (PLACED
               ON FILE)

24)            Report from City Treasurer of franchise tax from
               Aquila for the month of March, 2004. (PLACED ON 
               FILE)

25)            Report from City Treasurer of franchise tax from
               Time Warner Cable for the quarter ending , March
               31, 2004. (PLACED ON FILE)

26)            Report from City Treasurer of telecommunications
               Occupation Tax for the month of February, 2004:
               One Call Communication; Jan. - March, 2004: PNG,
               Who's Calling, OPEX, IDT, Netifice, Comtech 21, GE
               Business Prod. Solutions, American Farm Bureau,
               Voice Stream, Accessline, Winstar, Fast Phones of
               Nebraska, Aliant; March, 2004; AT&T, Cricket,
               McLeodUSA, Norstan Network, TransNational, Bell
               Atlantic, TracFone Wireless, Virgin Mobile USA,
               Verizone Select, Working Assets, Primus, Qwest,
               OnStar, ACN, Buyers United, Global Crossing, CIII,
               Quantum Shift, Star Number, Shaffer, T-Netix,
               Unite Systems Access, VoiceCom, Intellicall
               Operator Services, XO Long Distance, Lincinnati
               Bell, Enhanced, Alltel Nebraska, Alltel
               Communications of Nebraska, Alltel Systems of the
               Midwest, Sprint, MCI, 360Networks USA, Guranteed
               Phone, Globalcom, Excel, Telco Development Group
               De, IBM Global Services-NS Div.  (PLACED ON FILE)
                                
                       - END CONSENT AGENDA -


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING  (ITMES 27 THRU 33 HAD 1ST READING; SEE ITEM #27)

27)  04-92     Approving revisions to the Lincoln Smokefree 
               Air Act. (PLACED ON PENDING WITH DATE CERTAIN 
               TO 5/24/04 W/PUBLIC HEARING, 7-0)

28)  04-95     Annexation 02012 Wilderness Hills - Amending 
               the Lincoln Corporate Limits Map by annexing
               approximately 91.98 acres generally located
               southeast of the intersection of South 27th
               Street and Yankee Hill Road. (In connection 
               w/04-96, 04R-107, 04R-108, 04R-109)
               Fact Sheet (357K)
							 
29)  04-96     Change of Zone 3423 - Application of                
               Gerald Maddox for a change of zone from AG
               Agricultural District to R-3 Residential
               District, R-5 Residential District, O-3
               Office Park District, and B-2 Planned
               Neighborhood Business District, on property
               generally located southeast of the
               intersection of South 27th Street and Yankee
               Hill Road.  (In connection w/04-95, 04R-107,
               04R-108, 04R-109)
               Fact Sheet (598K)

30)  04-98     Change of Zone 04025 - Amending Section
               27.71.120 of the Lincoln Municipal Code to
               allow temporary concrete paving plants.
               Fact Sheet (200K)

31)  04-99     Change of Zone 04026 - Application of                
               the Country Club and Irvingdale Neighborhood
               Associations for a change of zone from R-4
               Residential District to R-2 Residential
               District on property generally located
               between 17th and 30th Streets from South
               Street to Woodcrest Street.
               Fact Sheet (1007K)

32)  04-100    Amending Section 9.20.080 of the                
               Lincoln Municipal Code regarding panhandling 
               by providing a more specific definition of the 
               offense including but not limited to the time, 
               place and manner of the acts prohibited by said 
               ordinance.
               Fact Sheet (14K)
							 
33)  04-101    Approving a lease agreement between                
               the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department 
               and the Lincoln Medical Education Partnership 
               for the WIC Program for a three-year period at 
               4600 Valley Road.
               Attachment (204K)
               Fact Sheet (46K)
							 

ORDINANCES - 3RD READING - NONE

                         - END VOTING SESSION -


PUBLIC HEARING RE-OPENS AT 4:00 P.M. ON THE FOLLOWING: 
ORDINANCES - 3RD  READING & RESOLUTIONS FLOOD STANDARDS FOR NEW GROWTH AREAS 

      * See Petitions & Communications for Seacrest Amendments.

34)  04-72    Amending Chapter 26.07 of the Lincoln Municipal 
              Code relating to Land Subdivision
              Definitions by adding a new section numbered
              26.07.113 to define "existing urban area";
              repealing Section 26.07.115 to delete the
              definition of "flood insurance study"; adding
              a new section numbered 26.07.116 to define
              "flood design criteria"; renumbering and
              amending Section 26.07.120 as Section
              26.07.117 to revise the definition of
              "floodplain"; adding a new section numbered
              26.07.119 to define "floodprone area";
              amending Section 26.07.126 to revise the
              definition of "minimum flood corridor";
              adding a new section numbered 26.07.127 to
              define "new growth areas"; renumbering
              current Section 26.07.127 as Section
              26.07.130; renumbering current Section
              26.07.128 as Section 26.07.135; amending
              Section 26.07.240 to revise the definition of
              "wastewater works." (AMENDED, 4-3; CAMP, 
              FRIENDT, SVOBODA DISSENTING; PASSED AS AMENDED, 
              6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; #18352)

35)  04-73    Amending Chapter 26.15 of the Lincoln Municipal 
              Code relating to Land Subdivision,
              Preliminary Plats by amending Section
              26.15.020 to require the location of
              easements for minimum flood corridors and
              other items related thereto to be shown on
              the preliminary plat; amending Section
              26.15.040 to require additional information
              regarding Flood Regulations for Existing
              Urban Area to be included with the
              preliminary plat; adding a new section
              numbered 26.15.050 to require additional
              information regarding Flood Regulations for
              New Growth Areas to be included with the
              preliminary plat. (PASSED, 6-1; CAMP 
              DISSENTING; #18353)

36)  04-74    Amending Chapter 26.23 of the Lincoln Municipal 
              Code relating to Land Subdivision
              Development Standards by amending Section
              26.23.120 to require easements in the
              floodplain or floodprone area to preserve
              compensatory storage, require minimum flood
              corridors along drainage ways which have a
              defined bed and bank, and to provide when
              encroachments into the corridor are allowed;
              amending Section 26.23.181 to require
              subdivisions within the floodplain in
              Existing Urban Area to meet Flood Regulations
              for Existing Urban Area; adding a new section
              numbered 26.23.185 to require subdivisions in
              the floodplain or floodprone area in New
              Growth Areas to meet the Flood Regulations
              for New Growth Areas. (PASSED, 6-1; CAMP 
              DISSENTING; #18354)

37)  04-75    Amending Title 26 of the Lincoln Municipal Code 
              by creating a new Chapter 26.24, Flood Regulations 
              for Existing Urban Area. (PASSED, 6-1; CAMP 
              DISSENTING; #18355)

38)  04-76    Amending Title 26 of the Lincoln Municipal Code 
              by creating a new Chapter 26.25, Flood Regulations 
              for New Growth Areas. (AMENDED, 6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; 
              PASSED AS AMENDED, 6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; #18356)

39)  04-77    Amending Section 26.27.060 of the Lincoln Municipal 
              Code relating to Land Subdivision, Minimum Improvements 
              to require the applicable standards set forth in 
              Chapters 26.24 or 26.25 to be met if the land
              preparation and grading is occurring on land located 
              within the floodplain or floodprone area. (PASSED, 
              6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; #18357)

40)  04-78    Amending Chapter 27.03 of the               
              Lincoln Municipal Code relating to Zoning Code
              Definitions by adding a new section numbered
              27.03.218 to define "existing urban area";
              adding a new section numbered 27.03.235 to
              define "flood design criteria"; by amending
              Section 27.03.240 to revise the definition of
              "floodplain"; by adding a new section
              numbered 27.03.418 to define "minimum flood
              corridor"; by adding a new section numbered
              27.03.445 to define "new growth areas". (AMENDED, 
              5-2; CAMP, FRIENDT DISSENTING; PASSED AS AMENDED, 
              5-2; CAMP, SVOBODA DISSENTING; #18358)

41) 04-79     Amending Title 27 of the Lincoln Municipal 
              Code by adding a new Chapter 27.52, Flood 
              Regulations for Existing Urban Area. 
              (PASSED, 6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; #18359)

42) 04-80     Amending Title 27 of the Lincoln Municipal 
              Code by adding a new Chapter 27.53, Flood
              Regulations for New Growth Areas and
              repealing Chapter 27.55 of the Lincoln
              Municipal Code, Flood Plain District, in its
              entirety. (AMENDED, 4-3; CAMP, FRIENDT, SVOBODA 
              DISSENTING; PASSED AS AMENDED, 5-2; CAMP, SVOBODA 
              DISSENTING; #18360)

43) 04-81     Amending  Chapter 27.65 of the Lincoln 
              Municipal Code relating to Community Unit
              Plans by amending Section 27.65.020 to
              provide for a dwelling unit bonus if a
              community unit plan will substantially
              protect floodplain or floodprone areas;
              amending Section 27.65.070 to change a
              reference to the new chapters regulating
              development in the floodplain or floodprone
              areas. (PASSED, 6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; #18361)

44) 04-82     Amending Section 27.81.010 of the Lincoln 
              Municipal Code relating to General
              Regulations of the Zoning Code to require the
              drainage and grading plan to include
              preservation of the minimum flood corridor.
              (PASSED, 5-2; CAMP, SVOBODA DISSENTING; 
              #18362)

45) 04R-87    Comprehensive Plan Amendment No. 04017 - 
              Amending the 2025 Lincoln City-Lancaster County
              Comprehensive Plan to replace and update language
              relating to floodplains and the recommendations of
              the Mayor's Floodplain Task Force for Flood
              Standards for New Growth Areas. (ADOPTED, 5-2; 
              CAMP, SVOBODA DISSENTING; A-82747)
              Fact Sheet (805K)
							
46) 04R-88    Amending Chapter 2.05 of the Lincoln Design 
              Standards, Stormwater Drainage Design Standards,
              to revise Section 1 to add definitions; to revise
              Section 2, General provisions; to revise Section
              3.5, Flood Corridor Management; and to revise
              Section 6, Design of Culverts. (AMENDED, 4-3; CAMP, 
              FRIENDT, SVOBODA DISSENTING; ADOPTED AS AMENDED, 5-2; 
              CAMP, SVOBODA DISSENTING; A-82748)
              Attachment (114K)
              Fact Sheet 1 (1.1M)
              Fact Sheet 2 (1.9M)
							
47) 04R-89    Amending Title 2 of the City of Lincoln Design 
              Standards, Design Standards for Subdivision
              Regulations, to add a new Chapter 2.07 to adopt
              Flood Design Standards for New Growth Areas. 
              (ADOPTED, 6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; A-82749)

48) 04R-90    Amending Title 3 of the City of Lincoln 
              Design Standards, Design Standards for Zoning
              Regulations, to add a new Chapter 3.06 to adopt
              Minimum Flood Corridor Design Standards and to add
              a new Chapter 3.07 to adopt Flood Design Standards
              for New Growth Areas. (ADOPTED, 5-2; CAMP, SVOBODA 
              DISSENTING; A-82750)

49) 04R-91    Amending the Drainage Criteria Manual 
              to amend Section 1.5.6, Flood Corridor Management; 
              Section 1.5.7, NPDES Construction Site Activities;              
              and Appendix 1-C, Glossary of Key Terms; and to add a
              new Chapter 10, Flood Design Criteria. (AMENDED #1, 
              5-2; CAMP, SVOBODA DISSENTING; AMENDED #2, 4-3, CAMP, 
              FRIENDT, SVOBODA DISSENTING; ADOPTED AS AMENDED, 5-2, 
              CAMP, SVOBODA DISSENTING; A-82751)
              Attachment 1 (39K)
              Attachment 2 (384K)

                          - END PUBLIC HEARING -
                                

PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN - NONE


PENDING LIST (EXTENDED ONE WEEK)    

50) 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)
               Fact Sheet (1.4M)

51)  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)(3/5/01 - Placed on 
               Pending)
               Fact Sheet (949K)

52)  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. (4/2/01 - 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)
               Fact Sheet (1.1M)
							 
53)  01-182    Amending Chapter 5.36 of the Lincoln Municipal 
               Code relating to Peddlers by adding a new section 
               to prohibit use by peddlers of any truck over 21 
               feet in length in any residential zoning district, 
               except for the purpose of delivery goods. 
               (12/17/01 - Placed on Pending until 1/14/02)
               (1/7/02 - To remain on Pending)
               Fact Sheet (4K)

54)  02-31     Vacating a 5' x 30'6" portion of North 7th 
               Street adjacent to the south 37' of Lot 9, 
               Block 32, Original Plat of Lincoln, generally 
               located at N. 7th and P Streets. (3/18/02 - 
               Public Hearing Cont'd. w/3rd Reading) (3/25/02 - 
               Action delayed to 4/8/02) (In connection 
               w/02R-64) (4/8/02 - Placed on Pending until 
               policy recommendation from Urban Development)
               Fact Sheet (699K)

55)  02-114    Amending Chapter 2.54 of the Lincoln Municipal 
               Code by adding a new section entitled "Standards 
               of Ethical Conduct for Employees and Elected Officials" 
               to supplement the existing conflicts of interest 
               regulations. (7/29/02 - Placed on Pending until 
               a committee is formed)
               Fact Sheet (4K)
							 
56)  04-13     Change of Zone 3429 - Application of William Krein 
               for a change of zone from R-4 Residential District 
               to R-T Residential Transition District on property 
               generally located at S. 56th Street and Pine
               Lake Road. (2/2/04 - Public Hearing & Action 
               con't to 3/1/04) (3/1/04 - Placed on Pending)
               Fact Sheet (825K)

57)  04R-12    Special Permit 1713B - Application of William Krein 
               to amend the boundaries of Aspen 3rd Addition Community 
               Unit Plan and add ten residential lots for a total 
               of 205 single family, townhouse, and multi-family 
               units on property generally located at S. 56th
               Street and Pine Lake Road. (In connection
               w/04R-13, 04-13) (2/2/04 - P.H. & Action con't. to
               3/1/04) (3/1/04 - Placed on Pending)
               Fact Sheet (785K)
							 
58)  04R-13    Use Permit 155 - Application of William Krein 
               to construct nine 5,000 sq. ft. office buildings 
               on property generally located at S. 56th Street 
               and Pine Lake Road. (In connection w/04R-12, 
               04-13) (2/2/04 - P.H. & Action Con't. to
               3/1/04) (3/1/04 - Placed on Pending)
               Fact Sheet (762K)
							 
59) 04-46      Amending the Lincoln Municipal Code by repealing 
               Section 24.50.050, Permits and Inspections 
               for private water and sewer main installation. 
               (3/15/04 - Pending Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (57K)

							 

WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL, THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE
     PUBLIC HEARING ON MONDAY, MAY 17, 2004 AT 1:30 P.M.:(APPROVED, 7-0)

60)  04R-102  Appointing Georgia M. Glass to the Parks and Recreation 
              Advisory Board to fill an unexpired term expiring 
              April 27, 2006.
              Application (179K)
							 
61)  04R-103  Approving an Agreement between the City and the Nebraska 
              Dept. of Roads for the funding of the citywide Safety 
              Improvement project, Durable Crosswalk Marking Project, 
              at various locations. (State Project No. STPP-5231(12), 
              CN 12741, City Project No. 701909).
              Attachment (371K)
              Fact Sheet (60K)
							 
62)  04R-104  Approving an Agreement between the City and the Nebraska 
              Dept. of Roads for the funding of the Intersection 
              Safety Improvement project at S. 14th Street and 
              Highway 2. (State Project No. STPP-5221(2), CN 12742, 
              City Project No. 701908).
              Attachment (454K)
              Fact Sheet (60K)
							 
63)  04R-106  Waiving the right of the City of Lincoln to object to 
              the validity of the conveyance of that part of 
              Lot 1, Block 3, High Ridge West Acres First
              Addition that lies east of a line 408.67 feet east
              of the west lot line of said Lot 1, as measured
              along the north and south lines of said Lot; and
              the south 330 feet of the north 363 feet of Outlot
              B, High Ridge West Acres Addition, lying west of
              the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway
              Company right of way, except the west 460 feet
              thereof, from ANT, LLC to Jack L. McDonald and
              Lucinda C. McDonald on the ground that the
              conveyance failed to comply with the requirements
              relating to subdivision approval.

64)  04R-107  Approving the Wilderness Hills Conditional Annexation 
              and Zoning Agreement between the City of Lincoln 
              and Lincoln Federal Bancorp, Inc. outlining certain 
              conditions and understandings with regards to the 
              annexation of property generally located southeast 
              of the intersection of South 27th Street and Yankee 
              Hill Road. (In connection w/ 04-95, 04-96, 04R-108, 
              04R-109)
              Attachment (93K)
							 
65)  04R-108  Special Permit 1999 - Application of Gerald Maddox to 
              develop Wilderness Hill Community Unit Plan
              consisting of 640 single family, townhouse, and
              multi-family dwelling units, with waivers to the
              preliminary plat process, landscaping in traffic
              circles and medians, front yard setbacks, rear
              yard setbacks, minimum lot area and width,
              building height, and sanitary sewer design
              standards, on property generally located southeast
              of the intersection of South 27th Street and
              Yankee Hill Road.(In connection w/04-95, 04-96,
              04R-107, 04R-109)
              Fact Sheet (739K)
							 
66)  04R-109  Use Permit 154 - Application of Gerald Maddox to develop 
              495,000 sq. ft. of office and commercial floor area, 
              with waivers to the preliminary plat process, 
              landscaping in traffic circles and medians, 
              front yard setbacks, rear yard setbacks,
              minimum lot area and width, building height, and
              sanitary sewer design standards, on property
              generally located southeast of the intersection of
              South 27th and Yankee Hill Road. (In
              connection  w/04-95, 04-96, 04R-107, 04R-108)
              Fact Sheet (732K)
							 
67)  04R-110  Comp. Plan Amendment 03007 - Amending the 2025 Lincoln 
              City - Lancaster County Comprehensive Plan to 
              remove reference to the determination of county
              impact fees.

68)  04R-111  Accepting the report of new and pending claims against 
              the City and approving disposition of claims set 
              forth therein for the period of April 16 - 30, 2004.
              Attachment (26K)
							 
Please note: During the open microphone & registered section
of the agenda, individuals are allowed a total of 5 minutes to
speak whether registered or not regardless of number of
topics.


     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 (5/12/04) PRIOR TO THE NEXT FORMAL CITY
     COUNCIL MEETING (5/17/04).


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 THIS TIME.


ADJOURNMENT  8:30 P.M.               


            UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULE
                    MAY 10, 2004 - 1:30 P.M.      
                    MAY 17, 2004  - 1:30 P.M.     
                    MAY 24, 2004  - 5:30 P.M.
     MAY 31, 2004 - (NO MEETING DUE TO MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY)

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