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           ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008 AT 5:30 P.M.

                          ALL MEMBERS PRESENT


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


                            PUBLIC HEARING

                          - CONSENT AGENDA -


REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

 1)            Report from City Treasurer of City Cash on hand
               at the close of business July 31, 2008. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 2)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, September
               29, 2008 at 5:30 p.m. for the application of 
               Hy-Vee, Inc. dba Hy-Vee #1 for a change of location
               from their current Class C liquor license at
               6919 O Street to the new Heartland Pantry
               describing the licensed area as a one story
               irregular-shaped building approx. 142 ft. x 188
               ft. located at 2343 N. 48th Street.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85011)

 3)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, September
               29, 2008 at 5:30 p.m. for the application of
               Lancaster County Agricultural Society, Inc. dba
               Lancaster Event Center for an addition to
               premise of their existing Class C liquor license
               adding the following: Business Center, approx.
               240 ft. x 60 ft.; Amy Countryman Arena, approx.
               244 ft. x 359 ft.; and Pavilion III, approx. 299
               ft. x 243 ft. all located at 4100 N. 84th Street.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85012)


 4)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE

                       - END CONSENT AGENDA -

PUBLIC HEARING
LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 5)            Application of Rendevous Cocktail Lounge Inc.
               dba Rendevous Cocktail Lounge for a Class I
               liquor license at 118 S. 9th Street.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-85013)

 6)            Manager application of Natalie M. Rodriguez for
               Rendevous Cocktail Lounge Inc. dba Rendevous
               Cocktail Lounge at 118 S. 9th Street.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-85014)

 7)            Application of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. dba Wal-
               Mart Supercenter #3823 for a Class D liquor
               license at 3400 N. 85th Street.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-85015)

 8)            Manager application of Jolene A. Bartling for
               Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. dba Wal-Mart Supercenter
               #3823 at 3400 N. 85th Street.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-85016)


PUBLIC HEARING 
ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required) (ITEMS 9 
THRU 16 HAD 2ND READING)

 9)  08-69     Comp. Plan Conformity 07023 - Declaring
               approximately 2,739 square feet of property
               generally located at South 46th Street and
               O Street as surplus. (Related Items: 08-69,
               08-68)
               Fact Sheet (295K)

10)  08-68     Vacation 07008 - Vacating a portion of
               South 46th Street abutting O Street
               consisting of approximately 2,249 square
               feet and retaining title thereto.
               (Related Items: 08-69, 08-68)
               Fact Sheet (276K)

11)  08-121    Amending Chapter 2.76 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to the City's Personnel System by
               amending Section 2.76.380, Sick Leave with Pay,
               and Section 2.76.395, Vacation Leave with Pay,
               to reflect negotiated changes and changes
               applicable to employees with a pay range
               prefixed by "N" or "X" not represented by a
               bargaining unit.
               Fact Sheet (58K)

12)  08-122    Amending Section 2.78.020, Management
               Compensation Plan, of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               to reflect negotiated changes and changes
               applicable to employees with a pay range
               prefixed by "M" not represented by a bargaining
               unit.
               Fact Sheet (55K)

13)  08-123    Adopting pay schedules and schedules of pay
               ranges for employees whose classifications are
               assigned to pay ranges prefixed by the letter X.
               Fact Sheet (54K)
               Attachment (230K)

14)  08-124    Approving a lease agreement between the City and
               the Firth Community Center for the lease of
               space by the Lincoln Area Agency on Aging for
               its ActivAge Center Program at 311 Nemaha
               Street, Firth, Nebraska from September 1, 2008
               to August 31, 2009.
               Fact Sheet (70K)
               Attachment (92K)

15)  08-125    Amending Chapter 21 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code, the Lincoln Housing Code, by amending
               Sections 21.01.185 and 21.01.212 relating to
               Maintenance of Premises and Inadequate
               Maintenance, respectively, to provide that the
               use of indoor upholstered furniture outdoors
               constitutes inadequate maintenance and repealing
               Sections 21.01.185 and 21.01.212 as hitherto
               existing.
               Fact Sheet (16K)

16)  08-5      Comp. Plan Conformity 07025 - Declaring
               approximately 43,200 square feet generally
               located at N.W. 52nd Street and West
               Huntington Ave. as surplus property and
               authorizing the sale thereof. (1/28/08 -
               Action Delayed 2 wks to 2/11/08)
               (2/11/08 - Placed on Pending
               Indefinitely) (8/25/08 - Removed from
               Pending to have P.H. in 3 wks. on 9/15/08
               w/Action on 9/22/08)
               Fact Sheet (1803K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

17)  08R-204   Authorizing and supporting the Parks &
               Recreation Department's submittal of a grant
               application to the Transportation Enhancement
               Program of the State of Nebraska Department of
               Roads to fund the construction of 3,300 feet of
               a trail connecting Tierra/Williamsburg Trail
               with the Yankee Hill Trail generally from 36th
               and San Mateo Drive to 34th and Yankee Hill
               Road. (9/8/08 - P.H. con't. to 9/15/08)
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85017)
               Fact Sheet (84K)

18)  08R-196   Waiver 08005 - Application of Nebraska District
               Church of the Nazarene to waive the parking lot
               surfacing requirements on property generally
               located at North 14th Street and New Hampshire
               Street.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85018)
               Fact Sheet (465K)

19)  08R-210   Approving contracts with Cornerstone Printing
               and Imaging, A to Z Printing, and Capitol
               Graphics for offset printing and related
               services per Specification No. 08-175 for a
               three-year term with the option of two
               additional one-year terms.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85019)
               Fact Sheet (13K)
               Attachment (2234K)
               Attachment (2236K)
               Attachment (2033K)

20)  08R-211   Accepting the report of new and pending claims
               against the City and approving disposition of
               claims set forth for the period of August 16 -
               31, 2008. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85020)
               Fact Sheet (14K)
               Attachment (21K)

21)  08R-212   Adopting the StarTran fare structure to increase
               various fares. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85021)
               Fact Sheet (13K)

22)  08R-213   Accepting, approving and ratifying the multiple
               provider contract between the State Department
               of Health & Human Services and the Lincoln
               Lancaster County Health Department for the Every
               Woman Matters (EWM) Program for the period of
               July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2012.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85022)
               Fact Sheet (81K)
               Attachment (113K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required) (ITEMS 23 
THRU 25 HAD 1ST READING)

23)  08-128    Authorizing and providing for the issuance of a
               Perot System Redevelopment Project Tax
               Allocation Bond, Series 2008, in a total
               principal amount not to exceed $3,750,000.

24)  08-126    Vacation 08002 - Request of Whitehead Oil
               Company to vacate the north-south alley between
               Capitol Parkway and vacated Cadwallader's Court
               between South 21st Street and vacated South 22nd
               Street. (Related Items: 08-126, 08-127)
               Fact Sheet (295K)

25)  08-127    Comp. Plan Conformity 08015 - Request of
               Whitehead Oil Company to declare approximately
               2,144.25 square feet of property generally
               located at the southeast corner of South 21st
               Street and Capitol Parkway as surplus and
               authorizing the sale thereof to the abutting
               property owner. (Related Items: 08-126, 
               08-127)
               Fact Sheet (290K)


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)

26)  08-117    Authorizing and providing for the issuance of a
     08-117s          North 56th Street and I-80 Redevelopment Plan
               Tax Allocation Bond, Series 2008, in a total
               principal amount not to exceed $5,500,000.
               (SUBSTITUTE ORDINANCE ACCEPTED, 7-0; 
               PASSED, 7-0; #19134)

27)  08-112    Vacation 08003 - Vacating the north/south alley
               between N. 60th Street and N. 61st Street north
               of Seward Avenue. (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               PASSED AS AMENDED, 7-0; #19135)
               Fact Sheet (722K)
               Motion To Amend 1 (7K)

28)  08-113    Comp. Plan Conformity 08019 - Declaring
               approximately 4,511 square feet of City owned
               property generally located at South 1st Street
               and L Street (348 S. 1st Street) as surplus.
               (PASSED, 7-0; #19136)
               Fact Sheet (582K)

29)  08-114    Comp. Plan Conformity 08020 - Declaring
               approximately 3,588 square feet of City owned
               property generally located at South 5th Street
               and G Street (447 G Street) as surplus.
               (PASSED, 7-0; #19137)
               Fact Sheet (603K)

30)  08-115    Comp. Plan Conformity 08021 - Declaring
               approximately 12,200 square feet of City owned
               property generally located at North 23rd Street
               and P Street as surplus.  (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 6-0; 
               SPATZ ABSTAINING; PASSED AS AMENDED, 6-0; 
               SPATZ ABSTAINING; #19138)
               Fact Sheet (497K)
               Motion To Amend 1 (7K)

31)  08R-201   Misc. 08009 - Amending the City of Lincoln
               Design Standards to adopt new Design Standards
               for Outdoor Lighting by repealing Chapter 2.30 -
               Street Lighting Design Standards; by repealing
               Section 8 of Chapter 3.00, Environmental
               Performance Standards for B-2 Planned
               Neighborhood Business District, B-5 Planned
               Regional Business District, I-3 Industrial Park
               District, I-3 Employment Center District and O-3
               Office Park District; by repealing Section 3.8,
               Performance Standards for Outdoor Night Time
               Lighting, of Chapter 3.45, Design Standards for
               Parking Lots; by repealing Section 5, Outdoor
               Recreational Lighting, of Chapter 3.55, Design
               Standards for Recreational Facilities; by
               amending Chapter 3.100, Design Standards for
               Outdoor Lighting, to delete existing provisions
               and to adopt General Provisions in Section 1,
               Materials and Methods of Installation in Section
               2, Definitions in Section 3, Class I Lighting
               (General) provisions in Section 4, Class II
               Lighting (Accent/Decorative) provisions in
               Section 5, Class III Lighting (Street Lighting)
               provisions in Section 6, Class IV Lighting
               (Outdoor Recreational Facilities) provisions in
               Section 7, Class V Lighting (Salt Creek Tiger
               Beetle Environs) provisions in Section 8, Light
               Trespass and Glare in Section 9, Submission of
               Plans and Evidence of Compliance in Section 10,
               Installation in Section 11, Permanent Exemptions
               in Section 12, and Temporary Exemptions in
               Section 13. (Related Items: 08R-201, 08-116)
               (Action Date: 9/15/08)  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85023)
               Fact Sheet (62K)
               Attachment (60K)

32)  08-116    Change of Zone 08039 - Amending Title 27 of the
               Lincoln Municipal Code relating to Zoning by
               amending Section 27.41.030 to require lighting
               associated with the storage of vehicles for sale
               and resale in the front yard to comply with the
               Design Standards for Outdoor Lighting; amending
               Section 27.43.030 to require lighting in the
               front yard associated with automobile sales and
               repair, but not including vehicle body repair
               shops, to comply with the Design Standards for
               Outdoor Lighting; amending Section 27.63.130 to
               require outdoor lighting for recreational
               facilities to comply with the Design Standards
               for Outdoor Lighting; amending Section 27.63.170
               to delete a redundant provision requiring any
               lighting facility for parking lots permitted by
               special permit in the R-1 through R-8 districts
               and in the O-2 district to comply with adopted
               design standards; amending Section 27.67.100 to 
               require lighting for parking lots to comply with 
               the Design Standards for Outdoor Lighting; and
               repealing Sections 27.41.030, 27.43.030,
               27.63.130, 27.63.170 and 27.67.100 of the
               Lincoln Municipal Code as hitherto existing.
               (Related Items: 08R-201, 08-116)
               (PASSED, 7-0; #19139)
               Fact Sheet (64K)

33)  08-118    Amending Chapter 5.41 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Salvaging, Recycling, and
               Composting Operations by amending Section
               5.41.050 to increase the permit fees required
               under that chapter and to provide late fees and
               actions to be taken for failure to renew a
               permit before it expires; amending Section
               5.41.060 to increase the occupation tax levied
               upon salvage operations and commercial
               composting operations; amending Section 5.41.070
               to provide a percentage based late fee on
               occupation tax payments and to provide that a
               permit holder failing to pay said occupation tax
               before it is due shall be subject to closure or
               other appropriate action by the Health Director;
               and repealing Sections 5.41.050, 5.41.060, and
               5.41.070 of the Lincoln Municipal Code as
               hitherto existing.  (PASSED, 7-0; #19140)
               Fact Sheet (76K)

34)  08-119    Amending Title 8 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to Health and Sanitation, by amending
               Section 8.06.145 to increase open burning permit
               fees; amending Section 8.08.060 to increase body
               art establishment permit fees and to decrease
               the fee for an initial body art establishment
               permit issued after November 30 of each year
               from 70% to 67% of the annual fee; amending
               Section 8.08.090 to revise the renewal late fees
               for body art establishments to be a percentage
               of the annual fee; amending Section 8.08.350 to
               provide the reinstatement fee for suspended body
               art establishments or practitioners to be 50% of
               the annual fee; amending Section 8.14.037 to
               increase the plan review fees and certificate of
               compliance fees for child care programs and to
               decrease the annual fee paid for new
               certificates of compliance issued after July 31
               of each year; amending Section 8.20.150 to
               increase food code permit fees and to decrease
               the fee for a new food establishment issued
               after November 30 of each year; amending Section
               8.20.160 to revise the food code late fees to be
               a percentage of the annual fee; amending Section
               8.20.170 to provide the food code reinstatement
               fees to be 50% of the annual fee; amending
               Section 8.24.150 to increase permit fees for
               variances of the noise control ordinance;
               amending Section 8.38.090 to increase public
               swimming pool permit fees and to establish late
               fees and enforcement actions to be taken by the
               Health Director for late renewals; amending
               Section 8.40.070 to increase spa facility permit
               and inspection fees and to establish fees and
               enforcement actions to be taken by the Health
               Director for late renewals; amending Section
               8.44.070 to increase permit fees for water wells
               and to establish fees and enforcement actions to 
               be taken by the Health Director for late renewals; 
               and repealing Sections  8.06.145, 8.08.060, 
               8.08.090, 8.08.350, 8.14.037, 8.20.150, 8.20.160, 
               8.20.170, 8.24,150, 8.38.090, 8.40.070 and 
               8.44.070 of the Lincoln Municipal Code as 
               hitherto existing.  (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               PASSED AS AMENDED, 7-0; #19141)
               Fact Sheet (78K)
               Motion To Amend 1 (7K)

35)  08-120    Amending Title 24 of the Lincoln Municipal Code,
               Plumbing and Sewers, by amending Section
               24.38.070 to increase permit fees relating to
               on-site wastewater treatment systems; amending
               Section 24.42.110 relating to the transfer of
               property with on-site systems to increase the
               fee for evaluation and review of Property
               Transfer Inspector reports and any necessary
               site visits by Health Director; and repealing
               Sections 24.38.070 and 24.42.110 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code as hitherto existing.  
               (PASSED, 7-0; #19142)
               Fact Sheet (78K)


RECONSIDERATION

36)  08R-209   Amending the Lincoln Lancaster County Air
               Pollution Control Program Regulations and
               Standards to increase the fees for engineering
               review time for construction permits and the
               notification fee for asbestos removal project.
               (Adopted 9/8/08 - Resolution No. A-85009)
               (RECONSIDERED, 7-0; MTA #1 ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               ADOPTED AS AMENDED, 7-0; A-85009)
               Fact Sheet (86K)
               Attachment (26K)
               Memo (8K)
               Motion To Amend 1 (7K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

     NONE


PENDING LIST    (EXTENDED ONE WEEK)

37)  05-188    Change of Zone 3413 - Application of Landon's
               Neighborhood Assoc. for a change of zone from 
               R-4 Residential to R-2 Residential on property
               generally located at N. 24th and Superior
               Streets. (12/19/05 - Placed on Pending
               Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (1465K)

38)  07-73     Amending Title 20 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code, the Building Code, by adding a new
               Chapter 20.02, entitled Neglected Building
               Registration, to require registration of
               neglected, deteriorated and/or abandoned
               buildings, to require the filing of plans
               for restoration or demolition of abandoned
               buildings, and to establish penalties for
               violations thereof. (5/7/07 - Placed on
               Pending, No Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (13K)

39)  07-58     Change of Zone 07010 - Application of Steve
               M. Champoux for a change of zone from AG
               Agricultural District to AGR Agricultural
               Residential District on property generally
               located at 134th and A Streets. (Request of
               applicant to continue P.H. to 5/7/07)
               (4/16/07 - 2nd Reading & P.H. Con't. to
               5/7/07 w/ Action 5/14/07) (Request to Delay
               Action w/con't. P.H. to 7/23/07) (5/14/07 -
               Action Delayed w/con't. P.H. to 7/23/07)
               (Request to Place on Pending - No Date
               Certain) (7/23/07 - Placed on Pending,
               No Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (1439K)
 
40)  08-63     Annexation No. 08003 - Amending the Lincoln
               Corporate Limits Map by annexing
               approximately 63.13 acres of property
               generally located at N. 35th Street and
               Superior Street. (Related Items: 08-63,
               08-64) (6/9/08 - Placed on Pending, No Date
               Certain)
               Fact Sheet (232K)

41)  08-64     Change of Zone 08019 - Application of
               Robert and Victoria Rokeby for a change of
               zone from R-3 Residential District to H-3
               Highway Commercial District on property
               generally located at N. 35th Street and
               Superior Street. (Related Items: 08-63,
               08-64) (6/9/08 - Placed on Pending, No Date
               Certain)
               Fact Sheet (291K)

42)  08-73     Change of Zone No. 08022HP - Application of
               Danja Pegram Siders, on behalf of Aginvest
               LLC, to designate the Dr. Slattery House at
               5230 North 14th Street as a historic
               landmark. (6/23/08 - Placed on Pending
               Indefinitely, w/con't P.H.)
               Fact Sheet (1287K)

43)  08R-193   Approving the Development and Conditional Zoning
               Agreement between the City and Boyce
               Construction, Inc. for the development of the
               property located at North 14th Street and
               Superior Street subject to restrictions on
               maximum density, drive access to North 14th
               Street, and a drive access to the north boundary
               of the property to be compatible with the
               adjacent residential neighborhood. (Related
               Items: 08R-193, 08-111) (Action Date: 9/8/08)
               (8/25/08 - Placed on Pending Indefinitely)
               Attachment (224K)

44)  08-111    Change of Zone 08036 - Application of Boyce
               Construction for a change of zone from R-2
               Residential District to R-5 Residential District
               on approximately 29,227 sq. ft. generally
               located at N. 14th Street and Superior Street.
               (Related Items: 08R-193, 08-111) (8/25/08 -
               Placed on Pending Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (1795K)


   WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE
   PUBLIC HEARING ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2008, AT 1:30 P.M.:
                                                 (APPROVED, 7-0)

45)  08R-214   Appointing Scott E. Hofeling to the Community
               Forestry Advisory Board for a three-year term
               expiring August 17, 2011.
               Attachment (23K)

46)  08R-215   Reappointing John Williams to the Community
               Forestry Advisory Board for a three-year term
               expiring August 17, 2011.

47)  08R-216   Reappointing Emily Casper to the Community
               Forestry Advisory Board for a three-year term
               expiring August 17, 2011.

48)  08R-217   Reappointing Dennis Scheer to the Parks and
               Recreation Advisory Board for a three-year term
               expiring April 27, 2011.

49)  08R-218   Appointing Susan Deitchler to the Parks and
               Recreation Advisory Board for a three-year term
               expiring April 27, 2011.
               Attachment (24K)

50)  08R-219   Appointing Rodney Confer to the Parks and
               Recreation Advisory Board for a three-year term
               expiring April 27, 2011.
               Attachment (27K)

51)  08R-220   Reappointing George Hancock to the Board of
               Zoning Appeals for a five-year term expiring 
               May 2, 2013.

52)  08R-221   Reappointing David Skipton to the Air Pollution
               Control Advisory Board for a three-year term
               expiring September 1, 2011.

53)  08R-222   Appointing Jeffrey Tomhave and Wilbur "Bud"
               Dasenbrock to the Air Pollution Control Advisory
               Board for terms expiring November 1, 2010 and
               September 1, 2011, respectively.
               Attachment (49K)

54)  08R-223   Appointing Dr. Karla K. Lester to the Lincoln-
               Lancaster County Board of Health to fill an
               unexpired three-year term expiring April 15,
               2010.
               Attachment (34K)

55)  08R-224   Approving an Addendum to Interlocal Agreement
               between the City and Southeast Community
               College, relating to burn tower renovation and
               fire suppression training, to expand the use of
               maintenance funds and to change the date of
               payment.
               Fact Sheet (78K)
               Attachment (50K)

56)  08R-225   Approving and adopting a proposed amendment to
               the North 56th Street and Arbor Road
               Redevelopment Plan to add the "NCS Equipment
               Rental Project" for the development of a 23,147
               square foot building on property generally
               described as Lot 1, Northbank Junction 2nd
               Addition and generally located at the northwest
               corner of North 56th Street and Alvo Road.
               Fact Sheet (359K)
               Attachment (385K)

57)  08R-226   Approving a Second Amendment to Declaration of
               Protective Covenants, Conditions and
               Restrictions Pursuant to the Conservation and
               Preservation Easement Act between the City and
               Firethorn Golf Company to revise the legal
               description to partially release a portion of
               the real property from the covenants.
               Fact Sheet (295K)
               Attachment (190K)

58)  08R-227   Comp. Plan Amendment 08015 - Amend the
               "Community Facilities" chapter of the 2030
               Lincoln-Lancaster County Comprehensive Plan to
               reflect the intent of Lancaster County to
               construct a new adult corrections facility.
               Fact Sheet (388K)


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