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       ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                MONDAY, JULY 26, 2010 AT 5:30 P.M.

                    ALL MEMBERS PRESENT


                         PUBLIC HEARING
                         CONSENT AGENDA

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


REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS - NONE


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 1)            THE FOLLOWING HAS  BEEN PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE
               OF THE CITY CLERK:
               Administrative Amendment No. 10040 - Special
               Permit No. 1988B, Tamarin Ridge Community Unit Plan,
               approved by the Planning Director on July 14, 2010,
               requested by Hausmann Development, LLC, to reverse
               the rear and side yard setback on Lot 7, Block 1 and
               to revise the note to specify a four foot wide
               sidewalk instead of a five foot sidewalk along the
               ten foot wide pedestrian way easement which runs
               east-west along the north lot line of this property
               generally located at Tamarin Ridge and Jacobs Creek
               Drive.


 2)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE

                       - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING
LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS - NONE


PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)
(ITEMS 3 THRU 5 HAD 2ND READING)

  3) 10-48     Approving the lease agreement between the
               City and Erik Alm for the lease of office
               space by Aging Partners for its Personal &
               Family Services program at 1325 N. Chestnut
               Street, Wahoo, NE 68066 for a term of July
               1, 2010 through June 30, 2011.  (5/24/10
               - Placed on Indefinite Pending) (Request to
               remove from Pending) (7/12/10 - Removed
               from Pending to have 1st Reading
               7/19/10, P.H. 7/26/10)
               Fact Sheet (72K)
               Attachment (69K)

  4) 10-88     Amending Chapter 5.38 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Licenses and
               Regulations for Motels, Hotels, Rooming,
               Lodging and Apartment Houses by amending
               Section 5.38.010 to add and revise
               definitions; amending Section 5.38.040,
               Compliance with Minimum Standard Housing
               and Inspection, to provide for inspections,
               schedules and fees for permit issuance and
               compliance; and amending Section 5.38.110,
               Penalty for Violations, to increase the
               minimum fines for violations of Chapter 5.38.
               Fact Sheet (71K)

 5)  10-89     Amending Chapter 21.05 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code, the Property Maintenance Code, by amending
               Section 21.05.120, Violations, to provide for
               increased inspections and fees for properties
               not in compliance with this title; and amending
               Section 21.05.240 to add and amend definitions.
               Fact Sheet (62K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

 6)  10R-159   Approving a Contract Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and OMB's Express Police Supply for the
               annual requirements for Hi-Visibility Parkas,
               pursuant to Bid No. 10-094, for a two-year term with
               option to renew for one additional two-year term. 
               (7/19/10 - Action delayed 1 week w/ cont'd Public
               Hearing) (Request to withdraw)(WITHDRAWN, 7-0; #38-4604)
               Fact Sheet (510K)
               Attachment (8104K)

 7)  10R-162   Accepting the report of new and pending claims
               against the City and approving disposition of claims
               set forth for the period of July 1 - 15, 2010.
               (AMENDED TO REMOVE DENIED CLAIM OF DUNN TO 
               HAVE ACTION AT A LATER DATE, 7-0; ADOPTED AS AMENDED,
               7-0; A-85933)
               Fact Sheet (14K)
               Attachment (20K)

 8)  10R-165   Approving a Contract Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and EMS Technology Solutions, LLC for EMS
               Inventory Management Solution, pursuant to Bid No.
               10-119, for a four year term with an option to renew
               for one additional four year term. (ACTION DELAYED
               W/PUBLIC HEARING CONTINUED FOR ONE WEEK TO 8/2/10, 6-1;
               SNYDER DISSENTING)
               Fact Sheet (126K)
               Attachment (2725K)

 9)  10R-179   Approving a Contract Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and Communication Services, Inc. for the
               annual requirements of 802.11 A/B/G Radios, pursuant
               to Bid No. 10-086, for a four-year term. (ACTION
               DELAYED W/PUBLIC HEARING CONTINUED FOR ONE WEEK TO
               8/2/10, 6-1; SNYDER DISSENTING)
               Fact Sheet (125K)
               Attachment (1748K)

10)  10R-178   Approving an Agreement between the City on behalf of
               the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department and
               BryanLGH Medical Center on behalf of the BryanLGH
               School of Nursing to provide clinical training for
               public health nursing students in community health
               nursing and the WIC Program at the Health Department
               for a term of September 1, 2010 through August 31,
               2013. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-85934)
               Fact Sheet (85K)
               Attachment (533K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -
                                                  


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)
(ITEMS 11 THRU 15 HAD 1ST READING)

11)  10-90     Amending Section 10.32.070 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to parking of
               vehicles on streets adjacent to
               residentially zoned property to extend the
               length of time a truck cabin trailer and
               self-propelled mobile home, semitrailer,
               trailer, or truck-tractor may lawfully park
               for loading or unloading, delivery, or
               collection of goods, wares, merchandise, or
               materials from two hours to four hours.
               Fact Sheet (14K)

12)  10-91     Amending the pay schedule for a certain employee
               group by adjusting the hourly pay range schedule
               and schedules of annual, monthly, biweekly and
               hourly pay range equivalents for employees of
               the City of Lincoln whose classifications are
               assigned to pay ranges prefixed by "M".
               Fact Sheet (137K)
               Attachment (417K)

13)  10-92     Amending the pay schedule for a certain employee
               group assigned to the pay range which is
               prefixed by the letter C by changing the pay
               range of the classification Environmental
               Compliance Technician.
               Fact Sheet (137K)

14)  10-97     Amending the pay schedule for a certain employee
               group assigned to the pay range which is
               prefixed by the letter N by changing the title
               of the classifications Stores Clerk II, Meter
               Reader II, and Parks Plumber II.
               Fact Sheet (137K)

15)  10-98     Amending the pay schedule for a certain employee
               group assigned to the pay range which is
               prefixed by the letter N by deleting the
               classifications Publications Specialist, Right
               of Way Technician, Real Estate Clerk, Stores
               Clerk I, Environmental Health Technician,
               Maintenance Mechanic, Utility Service
               Technician, Meter Reader I, and Parks Plumber I.
               Fact Sheet (138K)


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

16)  10-78     Amending Chapter 6.04 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Animal Control Regulations -
               Generally, by amending Section 6.04.020 to
               include wild animals and to grant the Director
               authority to impound the animal or order the
               owner to remove or destroy the animal; adding a
               new section numbered 6.04.025 to provide an
               exemption from licensing fees for service
               animals; amending Section 6.04.120 to amend the
               prohibition against animals running at large;
               amending Section 6.04.130 to define the
               Director's authority to impound and release
               animals in violation of Title 6 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code; amending Section 6.04.140 to
               remove references to "fowl" and to expand the
               section to cover all of Title 6 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code; amending Section 6.04.150 to
               outline the requirements that an owner of an
               impounded animal must meet before releasing said
               animal; amending Section 6.04.260 to increase
               the minimum depth at which dead animals must be
               buried; amending Section 6.04.315 to increase
               the Director's authority to inspect, care for,
               and impound animals showing signs of abuse or
               neglect; adding a new section numbered 6.04.355
               to make it unlawful for the owner of any animal
               to allow said animal to kill, bite, or attack
               any human being or domestic animal; to amend
               Section 6.04.360 to change language associated
               with declaring an animal vicious; amending
               Section 6.04.400 to make it unlawful to provide
               false information to the Director or an Animal
               Control Officer regarding an animal; amending
               Section 6.04.435 to repeal the specific penalty
               provisions of this section; adding a new section
               numbered 6.04.437 to create a definition and
               process for declaring that someone is an
               "Irresponsible Animal Owner"; amending Section
               6.04.440 to change the general penalty
               provisions for Chapter 6.04 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code. (7/19/10 - Action delayed 1
               week to 7/26/10) (AMENDED TO ORIGINAL ORD., 7-0;
               (MTA # 1 & #2 VOID); MTA #3, 7-0; MTA #4, 7-0;
               PASSED AS AMENDED, 7-0; #19417)
               Fact Sheet (45K)

17)  10-87     Approving the Facilities Agreement between the
               City and the West Haymarket Joint Public Agency
               and the issuance of not to exceed
               $100,000,000.00 of the Agency's General
               Obligation Facility Bonds, Series 2010.
               (MTA #1, 7-0; PASSED AS AMENDED, 7-0;
               #19418)

18)  10-83     Authorizing the sale of surplus property
               described as Lot 18, Block 3, East Park
               Addition, also known as 2726 Dudley Street to
               Cornhusker Bank. (PASSED, 7-0; # 19419)
               Fact Sheet (1007K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

     NONE


PENDING LIST	(EXTENDED ONE WEEK; SEE ITEM 27)

19)  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)

20)  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)

21)  09-20B    Annexation No. 08016 - Amending the Lincoln
               Corporate Limits Map by annexing approximately 106
               acres north of Interstate 80 on both sides of NW
               48th Street.  (3/2/09 - Placed on Pending
               Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (220K)
               Attachment (296K)

22)  09R-76    Establishing a Roads to Jobs Fund to make funds
               available for road projects, declaring a surplus of
               $8,000,000.00 in the Special Assessment Revolving
               Fund, and authorizing the transfer of said funds to
               the Roads to Jobs Fund. (5/11/09 - Placed on
               Indefinite Pending)

23)  10-4      Change of Zone 08075 - Application of Waterford
               Estates, LLC, for a change of zone from AG
               Agricultural District to B-2 Planned
               Neighborhood Business District on property
               generally located at North 98th Street and O
               Street. (Related Items 10-4, 10R-26) (Request
               to place on Indefinite Pending) (1/11/10 -
               Placed on Indefinite Pending & to have P.H. when
               removed from Pending)

24)  10R-26    Use Permit 08003 - Application of Waterford Estates,
               LLC, to develop 250,000 sq. ft. of commercial floor
               area on property generally located at North 98th
               Street and O Street. (Related Items 10-4, 10R-26)
               (Action Date: 2/1/10) (Request to place on
               Indefinite Pending) (1/11/10 - Placed on Indefinite
               Pending & to have P.H. when removed from
               Pending)

25)            Hearing date of Monday, February 1, 2010, requested
               by J. Michael Rierden on behalf of Lincoln Federal
               Savings Bank and Stonebridge Creek LLC appealing
               from the determination of Impact Fees imposed on the
               property legally described as Lots 39, 45, 46, 47,
               49, 50 in Section 25, Township 11 North, Range 6
               East generally located between Centurion Drive and
               North 27th Street along both sides of Alvo Road,
               Lancaster County, Nebraska. (9/14/09 - Placed on
               Pending, Date Certain to have P.H. on 2/01/2010)
               (Request to place on Indefinite Pending) (1/11/10 -
               Placed on Indefinite Pending & to have P.H. when
               removed from Pending)

26)  10-8      Change of Zone 09003 - Application of Yankee
               Hill Townhomes, LLC, for a change of zone from
               AG Agricultural, R-3 Residential and R-4
               Residential to R-4 Residential District Planned
               Unit Development  for 84 townhomes, 348
               apartments and 30,000 square feet of commercial
               land uses, with waivers to adjust the minimum
               average lot, the minimum lot area, the front,
               side and rear setbacks, and the 3:1 width to
               depth ratio, on property generally located at
               South 84th Street and Yankee Hill Road.
               (Request to place on Indefinite Pending & to
               have P.H. when removed from Pending) (1/25/10 -
               Placed on Indefinite Pending & to have P.H. when
               removed from Pending)
               Fact Sheet (693K)

27)  10-86     Change of Zone 10007 - Application of Kent Prior
               for a change of zone from AG Agricultural
               District to AGR Agricultural Residential
               District on property generally located at North
               98th Street and Holdrege Street. (7/19/10 -
               Placed on Indefinite Pending, No Date Certain)
               REMOVED FROM PENDING TO HAVE 1ST READING ON 8/9/10, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (1039K)


     WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE
      	PUBLIC HEARING ON MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 2010, AT 3:00 P.M.
                                                (APPROVED, 7-0)

28)  10R-166   Appointing Wayne Bauer to the Aging Partners Area-
               wide Advisory Council for a term expiring July 1,
               2012.
               Attachment (61K)

29)  10R-167   Appointing Tom Wright, Russ F. Neil, Roger (R.J.)
               Lipert and Joy Citta to the Alarm Review Board for
               terms expiring July 1, 2011, July 1, 2011, July 1,
               2012 and July 1, 2012, respectively.
               Attachment (306K)

30)  10R-168   Reappointing Joe Tidball, Robert Ripley and Karen
               Hand to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board for
               three-year terms expiring April 27, 2013.

31)  10R-169   Reappointing Rick Poore, Donald Stading and Kathleen
               Neary to the Charter Revision Commission for terms
               expiring July 15, 2014.

32)  10R-170   Reappointing Cecil Steward, Kim Todd, John Kay, Tom
               Laging and Jeff Searcy to the Capitol Environs
               Commission for three-year terms expiring January 9,
               2012, January 9, 2012, January 9, 2013, January 9,
               2013 and April 15, 2013, respectively.

33)  10R-172   Appointing Rick Poore and Tina Udell to the
               Community Health Endowment Board of Trustees for
               three-year terms expiring September 1, 2013.
               Attachment (142K)

34)  10R-173   Reappointing Mike Tavlin and Charlene Gondring to
               the Community Health Endowment Board of Trustees for
               terms expiring September 1, 2013.

35)  10R-175   Reappointing Cathy Beecham and Berwyn Jones to the
               Historic Preservation Commission for three-year
               terms expiring April 15, 2013.

36)  10R-176   Reappointing Gordon Scholz, Joanne Kissel and Mary
               Anne Wells to the Urban Design Committee for three-
               year terms expiring February 1, 2012, February 1,
               2012 and February 1, 2013, respectively.

37)  10R-177   Appointing Steve Speicher to the StarTran Advisory
               Board for a term expiring October 20, 2011.
               Attachment (67K)

During the Open Microphone Session of the agenda, individuals are
allowed a total of 5 minutes to speak regardless of number of
topics. The Open Microphone Session is available on the 2nd & last
Monday of each month.


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 THE OPEN MICROPHONE SESSION. THE OPEN MICROPHONE
     SESSIONS DURING THE MONTH OF JULY ARE THE 12TH AND 26TH.


ADJOURNMENT	6:34 P.M. 





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