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      ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
            MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2006 AT 1:30 P.M.
     
             THERE WILL BE NO CITY COUNCIL MEETING
                      THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 20, 2006
                    
                           ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

          MAYOR'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE RECIPIENT FOR JANUARY
 	     IS RANDY HEISER, STARTRAN, IN THE CATEGORY OF LOSS
                   PREVENTION AND VALOR.

          PRESENTATION BY LINCOLN POLICE CHIEF TOM CASADY
                    2006 JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT
                   (PUBLIC COMMENTS ARE WELCOMED)


PUBLIC HEARING
LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 1)            Application of D.L. Cole, Inc. dba The Isles
               Reception Hall for a Class I liquor license at
               6224 Havelock Ave. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; 
               A-83734)

 2)            Manager application of Joy Janice Buettgenbach for
               D.L. Cole, Inc. dba The Isles Reception Hall at 
               6224 Havelock Ave. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0;
  	         A-83735)           


PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES - 2ND READING(ITEMS 3 AND 5 HAD 2ND READING; SEE ITEM 4)
 3)  06-13     Authorizing the execution and
               delivery of a Lease-Purchase
               Agreement with Union Bank and Trust
               Company in an amount not to exceed
               $3,100,000 for the acquisition by
               the City of street lighting equipment.
               Attachment (2165K)

 4)  06-12     Creating and constructing an 8-inch sanitary
               sewer main serving the northeast corner of S.
               84th Street and Old Cheney Road and assessing
               the costs thereof against the benefitted
               properties. (Request to delay P.H. to
               2/27/05)
               Fact Sheet (59K)
               Attachment (47K)
	         (2ND READING & PUBLIC HEARING DELAYED TO 2/27/06,
               7-0)

 5)  06-14     Vacation No. 05009 - Vacating a portion of
               the north/south alley in the block bounded by
               6th and 7th, C and D Streets.
               Fact Sheet (197K)
               Attachment (2165K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS 

 6)  06R-19    Accepting the report of new and
               pending claims against the City and
               approving disposition of claims set
               forth for the period of January 16 - 31, 2006.
               Fact Sheet (13K)
               Attachment (21K)
	         (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-83736)

 7)  06R-20    Approving Big John's at 399 Sun Valley Blvd. as a
               keno satellite site.
               Fact Sheet (48K)
	         (ADOPTED, 6-1; ESCHLIMAN DISSENTING; A-83737)

 8)  06R-21    Approving the Harvest Project Contract between the
               Lincoln Area Agency on Aging and Lancaster County
               on behalf of Community Mental Health Center for a
               one-year period to provide mental health,
               substance abuse, and aging services to elderly
               residents of Lancaster County.
               Fact Sheet (49K)
	         Attachment (468K)
	         (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-83738)

Anyone wishing to address an item on the Consent Agenda may do so
at this time

                         - CONSENT AGENDA -

PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 9)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, February 27,
               2006, at 5:30 p.m. on the following applications
               of Casey's Retail Company dba Casey's General
               Stores for Retail Class B liquor licenses at the
               following locations: 1) Store #2720, 1001 South
               13th Street; 2) Store #2723, 1140 North
               48th; 3)Store #2724, 3003 North 70th Street; 
               4) Store #2729, 5500 Superior Street; 
               5) Store #2745, 2243 North Cotner Boulevard;
               6) #2706, 3000 Cornhusker Hwy.
	         (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-83739)


10)    MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS

		   Clerk's letter and Mayor's approval of Ordinances & 
               Resolutions passed by Council on February 6, 2006.  
               (PLACED ON FILE)

		   Setting the hearing date of March 6, 2006 for the 
	         App. of JO MAR, Inc. dba The Still for a CK liquor 
	         license located at 6820 S. 70th Street. (ADOPTED, 
	         7-0; A-83740)


REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

11)  06R-22    Reappointing Gene Carroll to the Board of Zoning
               Appeals for a five-year term expiring February 1,
               2011. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-83741)

12)  06R-23    Appointing Tim Francis to the Board of Zoning
               Appeals for a five-year term expiring February 1,
               2011.
               Attachment (21K)
		   (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-83742)

13)  06R-24    Appointing Jeff Steffensmeier to the Keno Advisory
               Board to fill an unexpired term expiring July 1,
               2007.
               Attachment (96K)
	         (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-83743)

14)  06R-25    Appointing Wayne Reynolds to the Keno Advisory
               Board to fill an unexpired term expiring July 1,
               2007.
               Attachment (115K)
	         (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-83744)

                    - END CONSENT AGENDA -
                                 
                  -   END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 15 THRU 18 HAD 1ST READING; SEE ITEMS 17 & 18.)

15)  06-15     Change of Zone 05075 - Application of MDB,
               Inc. for a change of zone from R-2
               Residential District to O-2 Suburban Office
               District on property generally located at
               42nd and Vine Streets.
               Fact Sheet (128K)

16)  06-16     Repealing Chapter 14.44 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Obstructions on
               Corner Lots as the requirements set forth in
               Chapter 14.44 would be more appropriately
               addressed in the City of Lincoln Design
               Standards.
               Fact Sheet (14K)

17)  06-17     Amending Chapter 9.16 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Offenses Against
               Public Decency by adding a new section
               numbered 9.16.250 to provide residency
               restrictions for sex offenders.
               Fact Sheet (13K)
               (PLACED ON PENDING INDEFINITELY, 7-0)

18)  06-18     Amending Chapter 9.16 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Offenses Against
               Public Decency by adding a new section
               numbered 9.16.260 to provide loitering
               restrictions for sex offenders.    
               Fact Sheet (13K)
               (PLACED ON PENDING INDEFINITELY, 7-0)


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING

19)  06-11     Amending Chapter 8.22 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Littering by
               adding a new section numbered 8.22.175 to
               provide that persons or businesses
               advertising through materials distributed in
               a manner in violation of Chapter 8.22 shall
               be equally liable along with the person
               distributing such materials and providing a
               rebuttable presumption that any person or
               business advertised in the posting shall be
               guilty of violating the section; by amending
               Section 8.22.210, relating to penalties for
               violations, to increase the maximum fine for
               violations of Chapter 8.22 from $100.00 to
               $500.00.
               Fact Sheet (13K)
               (PLACED ON PENDING INDEFINITELY AND TO HAVE 
	         PUBLIC HEARING WHEN REMOVED FROM PENDING)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

20)  06-5      Change of Zone 04066 - Amending Title 27 of the
               Lincoln Municipal Code relating to Zoning by
               amending Sections 27.26.080, 27.31.090, 27.37.060,
               27.39.070, 27.41.080, 27.43.080, 27.45.070,
               27.47.070, 27.49.080, and 27.51.090 to reduce the
               required front yard in the B-2, B-5, H-1, H-2, H-
               3, H-4, I-2, and I-3 zoning districts to 20 feet,
               and to provide in the O-2, B-2, B-5, H-4, I-1, I-
               2, and I-3 districts that any driveways which
               intersect the front yard shall be perpendicular to
               the street; by amending Section 27.67.030 to
               eliminate parking in the front yard in the I-2
               zoning district; and by amending Sections
               27.29.080, 27.33.080, 27.39.070, 27.41.080, and
               27.43.080 to require a six-foot landscape strip on
               each side of a lot abutting a public street or
               private roadway in the B-1, B-3, H-1, H-2, and H-3
               zoning districts; by amending Section 27.71.030 to
               eliminate driveways in the front and side yards
               when used to provide access to gasoline pump
               islands, to eliminate driveways in front and side
               yards in the B-1, H-1, H-2, or H-3 zoning
               districts, and to eliminate vehicle stacking for
               drive-in facilities within the required side yard;
               by repealing Section 27.71.035 to eliminate
               gasoline pumps in the front yard; by adding new
               Sections numbered 27.26.065, 27.27.055, 27.28.065,
               27.29.065, 27.31.075, 27.33.065, 27.37.045,
               27.39.055, 27.41.065, 27.43.065, 27.45.055,
               27.47.055, 27.49.065, and 27.51.075 to add
               pedestrian circulation regulations in the O-2, O-
               3, R-T, B-1, B-2, B-3, B-5, H-1, H-2, H-3, H-4, I-
               1, I-2, and I-3 zoning districts, respectively; by
               amending Sections 27.63.080 and 27.63.200 to
               require health care facilities and clubs to
               construct on-site pedestrian circulation sidewalk
               systems; amending Section 27.81.010 to clarify
               that no building shall be erected, enlarged or
               reconstructed nor shall any structure or land be
               used except in conformance with the Design
               Standards for Zoning Regulations and to govern
               pedestrian circulation. (Related Items: 06-5,
               06R-9, 06-6) (1/23/06 - Con't. 2nd
               Reading w/P.H. for 5 wks. to 2/27/06)
               Fact Sheet (1504K)

21)  06R-9     Misc. 04015 - Amending the City of Lincoln
               Design Standards Chapter 1.00   Request for
               Waiver Procedure, to revise Section 1 to only
               require that improvements substantially
               conform to Design Standards, to revise
               Section 2 to allow the Planning Director to
               approve requests for waivers from the Design
               Standards, by adding a new Section 2.1.1 to
               provide for an appeal to the Planning
               Commission from action of the Planning
               Director approving or denying a request for
               waiver from Design Standards, to revise
               Section 2.1.2 to provide for an appeal to the
               City Council from action of the Planning
               Commission approving or denying a request for
               waiver of the Design Standards, by repealing
               Section 2.2 in its entirety; amending Chapter
               3.45 - Design Standards for Parking Lots, to
               revise Section 3.6 to provide that parking
               lots shall be screened in accordance with
               Section 7.1 of Chapter 3.50 of the City of
               Lincoln Design Standards; amending Chapter
               3.50 - Design Standards for Screening and
               Landscaping to revise Section 3 to require
               the landscape plan to include the mature
               height and spread of plant material and its
               size at planting, to delete the provision
               regarding the opacity of the screen, and to
               delete the provision that no screening is
               required if the distance between the lot line
               and the building is less than five feet; to
               revise Section 4 to modify the screening of
               salvage yards and scrap processing operations
               and to require the installation of plant
               materials to be by a certified landscape
               contractor; to revise Section 7.1 to amend
               the title to include driving aisles, to
               delete the provision allowing reduction of
               screening requirements for parking lots which
               are set back from the lot line to exclude
               driveway throats and driveway curb cuts from
               the required screen, to eliminate the
               provision allowing the design spread of
               deciduous trees to be used for a portion of
               the required screen, to require the parking
               lot adjacent to a public street to be
               screened at least 90% rather than 60%, and to
               eliminate provisions requiring the planting
               of a deciduous tree when there is less than
               five feet between the parking lot and the
               street; to add landscape requirements for
               parking lots which exceed 6,000 square feet
               of paved area; to revise Section 7.3 to amend
               the title to make it not applicable to
               community unit plans and to make it
               applicable to use permits; to revise Section
               7.4 to make it applicable only to major
               streets rather than all public streets, to
               increase the screen from 50% to 60% and to
               require the screen to go to 10 feet above the
               surface elevation rather than 6 feet, and to
               provide that fences used for a screen, they
               must be used in conjunction with plants; to
               revise Section 7.5 to also make its
               provisions apply to the H-1 and I-3 Zoning
               Districts; to revise Section 7.6 to reduce
               the number of required trees; to add a new
               Section 7.11 to require screening for refuse
               areas, recycling bins, open storage, loading
               areas, and ground-level mechanical equipment
               and to provide a screening standard; to
               revise Section 8 to require a guarantee for
               the installation of landscaping if not
               installed by the time of the final building
               inspection; and to delete the provision
               allowing the planning director to make
               administrative adjustments; amending Title 4,
               Miscellaneous Design Standards, to add a new
               Chapter 4.20 entitled "Design Standards for
               Landscaping, Streetscapes, Medians,
               Boulevards, Roundabout, and Major Streets" to
               provide standards relating to such
               landscaping including general provisions,
               landscaping plan requirements, site
               preparation, plant selection and placement,
               planting, approved tree list for non-paved
               planting strips, medians, cul-de-sac circles,
               roundabouts, boulevards, and major streets,
               tree characteristics, and shrub
               characteristics. (Related Items: 06-5,
               06R-9, 06-6) (Action Date: 1/30/06)
               (1/23/06 - Con't. 2nd Reading
               w/P.H. for 5 wks. to 2/27/06)
               Fact Sheet (920K)
               Attachment (1277K)

22)  06-6      Misc. 05007 - Amending Title 26 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to the Land Subdivision
               Ordinance by amending Section 26.23.040 to modify
               the minimum right-of-way width for major streets
               and to provide typical cross-section figures for
               streets having a width 120 feet and 130 feet and
               by amending Section 26.27.090 to provide that
               trees shall be planted in the public right-of-way
               along major streets which have a minimum of 120
               feet of right-of-way. (Related Items: 06-5,
               06R-9, 06-6) (1/23/06 - Con't. 2nd
               Reading w/P.H. for 5 wks. to 2/27/06)
               Fact Sheet (911K)

23)  06-10     Change of Zone 05078 - Amending Title 27 of
               the Lincoln Municipal Code relating to Zoning
               by amending Section 27.37.020 to add indoor
               movie theaters as a permitted use in the B-5
               Planned Regional Business District on or
               after January 1, 2013; by amending Section
               27.37.030 to add indoor movie theaters as a
               special permitted use in the B-5 Planned
               Regional Business District through December
               31, 2012; by amending Section 27.63.630 to
               clarify that on or after January 1, 2013,
               pre-existing indoor movie theaters approved
               by special permit in the B-5 district shall
               automatically be converted to indoor movie
               theaters as a permitted use in the B-5
               district, and that thereafter there shall be
               no restriction on the maximum number of
               theater complexes in each B-5 district and no
               restriction on the maximum number of movie
               screens in each theater complex. (1/30/06
               - P.H. delayed 4 wks. to 2/27/06)
               Fact Sheet (188K)

24)  05-165A   Change of Zone 05054A - Application of
               Prairie Home Builders for a change of zone
               from AG to R-3 PUD located north of Adams
               Street; a change of zone from AG to B-2 PUD
               and O-3 PUD located south of Adams Street;
               and the requested approval of the Development
               Plan for the Prairie Village North Planned
               Unit Development on property located
               generally at N 84th and Adams Street.
               (Related Items: 05-164, 05R-262,
               05-165) (11/7/05 - P.H. con't.  3 wks.
               to 11/28/05) (Action Delayed 2 wks to
               12/12/05) (12/12/05 - Action Delayed 1
               wk to 12/19/05) (12/19/05 - Action
               Delayed 3 wks. to 1/9/06) (12/19/05 -
               Bill No. 05-165 amended to be split into 2
               ordinances) (1/9/06 - Action delayed 4
               wks. to 2/6/06 & items to be re-ordered on
               the agenda as follows: 05-165A, 05-165B, 05R-
               262, 05-164) (2/6/06 - Action delayed 3 wks.
               to 2/27/06)
               Fact Sheet (815K)
               Attachment (2378K)

25)  05-165B   Change of Zone 05054B - Application of Prairie
               Home Builders for a change of zone from AG to R-5
               PUD located north of Adams Street; and a change of
               zone from AG to B-2 PUD and O-3 PUD located north
               of Adams Street; and the requested approval of the
               Development Plan for the Prairie Village Center
               Planned Unit Development on property located
               generally at N 84th and Adams Street.  
               (Related Items: 05-164, 05R-262, 05-165)
               (11/7/05 - P.H. con't.  3 wks. to 11/28/05)
               (Action Delayed 2 wks to 12/12/05)
               (12/12/05 - Action Delayed 1 wk to
               12/19/05) (12/19/05 - Action Delayed 3 wks.
               to 1/9/06) (12/19/05 - Bill No. 05-165
               amended to be split into 2 ordinances) (1/9/06 -
               Action delayed 4 wks. to 2/6/06 & items to be re-
               ordered on the agenda as follows: 05-165A, 05-
               165B, 05R-262, 05-164)  (2/6/06 - Action
               delayed  3 wks. to 2/27/06)

26)  05R-262   Approving the Prairie Village North Conditional
               Annexation and Zoning Agreement between the City
               and Dubois Land LLC, Prairie Village North LLC,
               Prairie Home Builders Inc., Roland Group LLC, and
               Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church, relating to the
               annexation of approximately 149.09 acres,
               generally located at the northeast corner of N.
               84th Street and Adams Street and the use of said 
               149.09 acres along with approximately 23 acres 
               located at the southeast corner of N. 84th Street 
               and Adams Street under a Planned Unit Development.
               (Related Items: 05-164, 05R-262, 05-165)
               (11/7/05 - P.H. con't.  3 wks. to 11/28/05)
               (Action Delayed 2 wks to 12/12/05)
               (12/12/05 - Action Delayed 1 wk to 
               12/19/05) (12/19/05 - Action Delayed 3 wks.
               to 1/9/06) (1/9/06 - Action delayed 4 wks.
               to 2/6/06 & items to be re-ordered on the agenda
               as follows: 05-165A, 05-165B, 05R-262, 05-164)
                (2/6/06 - Action delayed  3 wks. to
               2/27/06)
               Attachment (46K)

27)  05-164    Annexation 05013 - Amending the Lincoln Corporate
               Limits Map by annexing approximately 149.09 acres
               of property generally located at North 84th Street
               and Adams Street. (Related Items: 05-164, 05R-
               262, 05-165) (11/7/05 - P.H. con't.  3 wks.
               to 11/28/05) (Action Delayed 2 wks to
               12/12/05) (12/12/05 - Action Delayed 1 wk to
               12/19/05) (12/19/05 - Action Delayed 3 wks.
               to 1/9/06) (1/9/06 - Action delayed 4 wks.
               to 2/6/06 & items to be re-ordered on the agenda
               as follows: 05-165A, 05-165B, 05R-262, 05-164)
                (2/6/06 - Action delayed 3 wks. to
               2/27/06)
               Fact Sheet (472K)


PENDING LIST  (EXTENDED ONE WEEK)

28)  01-39     Vacating the south 40' of X St. adjacent to
               Lot 1, Block 6, North Lincoln Add., generally
               located at N. 9th & X Its.  (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 (1194K)

29)  02-31     Vacating a 5' x 30'6" portion of N. 7th St.
               adjacent to the south 37' of Lot 9, Block 32,
               Original Plat of Lincoln, generally located
               at N. 7th & P Its.  (3/18/02 - Public Hearing
               Contd. 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)

30)  02-114    Amending Chapter 2.54 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code by adding a new  section entitled "Standards
               of Ethical Conduct for Employees & Elected
               Officials" to supplement the existing conflicts of
               interest regulations. (7/29/02 - Placed on
               Pending until a committee is formed)
               Fact Sheet (3K)

31)  04-188    Annexation 03001 - Amending the Lincoln Corporate
               Limits Map by annexing approx. 214 acres of
               property generally located at N. 56th St. & Arbor
               Rd. (In connection 04R-273, 04-189, 04R-
               272) (10/11/04 - Placed on Pending
               Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (237K)

32)  04R-273   Approving the North Bank Junction Annexation &
               Zoning Agreement between the City and Roger &
               Eldonna Schwisow and Hartland Homes, Inc. relating
               to the annexation of approx. 214 acres on property
               generally located at N. 56th St. & Arbor Rd.
               (In connection w/04-188, 04-189, 04R-272)
               (10/11/04 - Placed on Pending Indefinitely)
               Attachment (527K)

33)  04-189    Change of Zone 3398 - Application of Hartland
               Homes, Inc., Rodger & Eldonna Schwisow for a
               change from AG Agricultural to R-3 Residential for
               approx. 123 acres & H-4 General Commercial for
               approx. 21 acres on property generally located at
               N. 56th St. & Arbor Rd. (In connection w/04-
               188, 04R-273, 04R-272) (10/11/04 - Placed
               on Pending Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (217K)

34)  04R-272   Special Permit 2004 - Application of Hartland
               Homes, Inc., Rodger & Eldonna Schwisow to develop
               125,000 sq. ft. of planned service commercial
               floor area, with variances to the rear & side yard
               setback requirements on property located at N.
               56th St. & Arbor Rd. (In connection w/04-188,
               04R-273, 04R-189, 04R-272) (10/11/04 -
               Placed on Pending Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (535K)

35)  05R-29    Application of Capital Humane Society for a waiver
               of Lincoln Municipal Code Chapter 2.81 Living Wage
               Ordinance. (2/14/05 - Placed on Pending, No
               Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (38K)
               Attachment (657K)

36)  05-107    Amending the pay schedule for the employee group
               whose classifications are assigned to the pay
               range prefixed by the letter M to adjust the
               schedules of annual, monthly, biweekly & hourly
               pay range equivalents. (8/8/05 - Action Delayed
               2 wks. to 8/22/05) (8/22/05 - Placed on
               Pending, No Date Certain) (1/30/06 -
               Removed from Pending for Action 2/6/06 - See Item
               #21, 05-107S) (2/6/06 - Substitute 05-107S
               relating to cost of living adjustment passed by
               Council)
               Fact Sheet (137K)
               Attachment (127K)

37)  05R-301   Comp. Plan Amendment No. 05011 - Amending the 2025
               Lincoln/Lancaster County Comprehensive Plan by
               changing approximately 14 acres of Public/Semi-
               Public and Green Space to Commercial use, on
               property generally located at the southeast corner
               of N. 84th Street and Havelock Ave.
               (Related Items: 05R-301, 05R-302)(12/19/05 -
               Placed on Pending Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (676K)

38)  05R-302   Approving a memorandum of Understanding between
               the City and the Lancaster County Agricultural
               Society associated with the Society's request for
               a comprehensive plan amendment designating
               approximately 14.4 acres generally located on the
               southeast corner of 84th Street and
               Havelock Avenue as commercial. (Related Items:
               05R-301, 05R-302)
               (12/19/05 - Placed on Pending Indefinitely)

39)  05-188    Change of Zone 3413 - Application of Landon's
               Neighborhood Association for a change of zone from
               R-4 Residential to R-2 Residential on property
               generally located at North 24th and Superior
               Streets. (12/19/05 - Placed on Pending
               Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (1465K)


WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL, THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE
     PUBLIC HEARING ON  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2006 AT 5:30
     P.M.:
		 			      (APPROVED, 7-0)

40)  06R-26    Approving a Conservation Easement
               Agreement between Omaha, Lincoln
               and Beatrice Railway and the City
               of Lincoln over approximately .24
               acres of property at the northwest
               corner of Northeast Community Park
               near N. 29th and Leighton Streets,
               to protect the stream channel and
               wildlife resources and to restrict
               the development of the property.
               Attachment (267K)

41)  06R-27    Hearing on the Notice of Appeal of Wende Baker for
               Health Partners appealing from the determination
               of Impact Fees imposed for a change of occupancy
               from a single-family dwelling to a general office
               located at 1036 E Street and requesting a waiver
               or reduction of said fees.
               Fact Sheet (62K)
               Attachment (1147K)

42)  06R-28    Approving a resolution directing the submission of
               a proposed General Obligation Bond Issue not to
               exceed $2,700,000, to acquire approximately 130
               acres of property along the South Beltway, at the
               general election to be held May 9, 2006.
               Fact Sheet (56K)

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     MEETING HAVING AN OPEN MICROPHONE SESSION WHICH IS
     2/27/06.

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. OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS FOR FEBRUARY
     ARE THE 13TH AND 27TH.
     

ADJOURNMENT  2:12 P.M. 




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                    The City Council Meeting 
      which is broadcast live at 1:30 p.m. every Monday and
          at 5:30 p.m. on the last Monday of each month
          will be rebroadcast on Saturdays at 1:00 p.m.,
          Immediately following the Pre-Council Meeting
                  on 5 City-TV, Cable Channel 5.
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 The City Council Agenda and Action Sheet may be accessed on the
Internet at:
                              lincoln.ne.gov
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