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    ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                 MONDAY, MAY 9, 2011 AT 3:00 P.M.

                    ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

                                 
           THERE WILL BE NO COUNCIL MEETING THE WEEK OF
                     MAY 30 DUE TO THE HOLIDAY

 RE-ELECTED MAYOR CHRIS BEUTLER WAS ADMINISTERED THE OATH OF OFFICE.

        MAYOR'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL WAS
    PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN JEFFREY HATCHER OF THE LINCOLN FIRE AND 
    RESCUE DEPARTMENT FOR THE CATEGORIES OF CUSTOMER RELATIONS,
    LOSS PREVENTION, PRODUCTIVITY AND SAFETY.

       PRESENTATION OF AWARD TO DAVID LANDIS, DIRECTOR 
    URBAN DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT BY NPZA & NE CHAPTER APA
    FOR HIS PAST AND PRESENT WORK WITH PLANNING AND ZONING
    PROJECTS.


                        PUBLIC HEARING
                        CONSENT AGENDA

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

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

1)  11R-99     Reappointing Martha F. Brown, Sheryl Jordon and
               Corine Simon to the Aging Partners Areawide
               Advisory Council for terms expiring July 1, 2014.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-86320)

2)  11R-100    Reappointing Jim Johnson to the Historic
               Preservation Commission for a term expiring April
               15, 2014. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-86321)

3)  11R-101    Appointing Liz Kuhlman to the Historic
               Preservation Commission for a term expiring April
               15, 2014.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-86322)

4)  11R-113    Resolution instructing the City Clerk to give five
               days' notice by publication according to law that
               the City Council will, at a regular meeting to be
               held on the 23rd day of May, 2010, assess
               against the benefitted properties the cost of snow
               and ice removal incurred by the City of Lincoln
               for the 2010-2011 winter season.(ADOPTED, 7-0;
               A-86323)

 5)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of
               Ordinances and Resolutions passed by Council
               on April 25, 2011. (PLACED ON FILE)

 6)            Report from City Treasurer of Cash on Hand at the
               close of business March 31, 2011. (PLACED ON
               FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 7)            PLACED ON FILE IN THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE:
               Administrative Amendment No. 11013 to Special
               Permit No. 1722, Pioneer Greens Community Unit
               Plan, approved by the Planning Director on April
               26, 2011, requested by Louie Buller, to adjust the
               rear setback for Lots 71-81, Block 2 to 18 feet as
               indicated by the addition of General Note #26 to
               the site plan, on property generally located at S.
               84th St. and Mandarin Dr.
               Waiver No. 10027 to Final Plat No. 04002,
               approved by the Planning Director on April 27,
               2011, requested by Olsson Associates, to extend
               the time for two years to install sidewalks,
               landscape screen and street trees for Pinecrest
               Addition.  The improvements shall be completed by
               April 27, 2013.  Property is generally located at
               N. 14th St. and Morton St. 
               Waiver No. 10028 to Final Plat No. 05039,
               approved by the Planning Director on April 27,
               2011, requested by Olsson Associates, to extend
               the time for two years to install sidewalks,
               street trees, storm water detention and pedestrian
               sidewalk for Pinecrest 1st Addition.  The
               improvements shall be completed by April 27, 2013. 
               Property is generally located at N. 14th
               St. and Morton St. 
               Administrative Amendment No. 11011 to Special
               Permit No. 241, approved by the Planning
               Director on May 2, 2011, requested by ESP Inc., to
               revise the boundary of the mobile home court on
               property generally located north of the 3800 block
               of Cornhusker Hwy. 
               Administrative Amendment No. 11014 to Special
               Permit No. 605, Tierra West Community Unit
               Plan, approved by the Planning Director on May 2,
               2011, requested by Travis Laird, to encroach into
               the rear yard two feet, creating an 18 foot rear
               yard setback instead of the required 20 foot rear
               yard setback.  This setback adjustment is to allow
               for an addition to an existing residence.  This
               lot backs on to open space which is owned by the
               City and is in the floodplain.  Property is
               generally located in the 3100 block of Stephanos
               Dr., east of S. 27th St. and Tierra Dr. 

 8)            REFERRED TO PLANNING DEPARTMENT:
               Change of Zone No. 08057A, requested by Paul
               Marshall for an amendment to the University Place
               Planned Unit Development to allow for the
               consumption of alcohol on the premises generally
               located at N. 48th Street and St. Paul
               Avenue and for approval of a modification of the
               development plan which modifies the standards of
               the underlying zoning district, subdivision
               ordinance and design standards.
               Special Permit No. 11008, requested by John
               Rutledge, for the expansion of a nonstandard use
               to allow an existing single story addition in the
               front yard setback to be replaced by a two story
               addition in the same general footprint on property
               generally located at the northwest corner of S.
               36th Street and Laura Avene (635 S.
               36th Street).  The Planning Commission
               action is final action, unless appealed to the
               City Council.
               Special Permit No. 11009, requested by New
               Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC, for an approximately
               145' tall personal wireless facility with a waiver
               to the fall zone on property generally located at
               Rosa Parks Way and Homestead Expressway.  The
               Planning Commission action is final action, unless
               appealed to the City Council.

 9)            Setting Hearing Date of Monday, June 6, 2011 at
               3:00 p.m. for Application of Whitehead Oil Company
               dba U-Stop #18 for a Class D liquor license
               located at 110 W. O Street. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-86324)

10)            Setting Hearing Date of Monday, June 6, 2011 at
               3:00 p.m. for Application of Whitehead Oil Company
               dba U-Stop #3 for a Class B liquor license located
               at 610 S. 10th Street. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 
               7-0; A-86325)

11)            Setting Hearing Date of Monday, June 6, 2011 at
               3:00 p.m. for Application of Whitehead Oil Company
               dba U-Stop #4 for a Class D liquor license located
               at 6600 N. 84th Street.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-86326)


12)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS

                  - END CONSENT AGENDA -

PUBLIC HEARING
LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

     NONE


PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)
(ITEMS 13 THRU 20 HAD 2ND READINGS)

13)  11-52     Amending Section 2.76.395 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Vacation Leave
               with Pay to provide that part-time and
               unrepresented employees coincide with the CIR
               order for "N" and "X" pay range employees and
               making the changes retroactively effective
               August 19, 2010.
               Fact Sheet (88K)

14)  11-53     Amending Section 2.76.385 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Funeral Leave to
               provide that part-time and unrepresented
               employees coincide with the CIR order for "N"
               and "X" pay range employees and making the
               changes retroactively effective August 19,
               2010.
               Fact Sheet (91K)

15)  11-54     Amending Section 2.76.380 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Sick Leave with
               Pay to provide that part-time and
               unrepresented employees coincide with the CIR
               order for "N" and "X" pay range employees and
               making the changes retroactively effective
               August 19, 2010.
               Fact Sheet (92K)

16)  11-55     Amending Section 2.76.370 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Authorized
               Holidays to provide that part-time and
               unrepresented employees coincide with the CIR
               order for "N" and "X" pay range employees and
               making the changes retroactively effective
               August 19, 2010.
               Fact Sheet (88K)

17)  11-56     Amending Section 2.76.155 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Compensation Plan;
               Longevity Pay to provide that part-time and
               unrepresented employees coincide with the CIR
               order for "N" and "X" pay range employees and
               making the changes retroactively effective
               August 19, 2010.
               Fact Sheet (88K)

18)  11-57     Amending Section 2.76.153 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Compensation Plan;
               Shift Differential to provide that part-time
               employees coincide with the CIR order for "N"
               and "X" pay range employees and making the
               changes retroactively effective August 19,
               2010.
               Fact Sheet (93K)

19)  11-58     Amending Section 2.54.040 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to the Declarations
               of Interest in City Contracts to rearrange
               the provisions for purposes of organization
               and clarity, and to exempt contracts of $100
               or less from the application of Section
               2.54.040 and Neb. Rev. State. 49-14,103.01 to
               49-14,103.03.
               Fact Sheet (91K)

20)  11-59     Amending Chapter 5.56 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code entitled "Emergency Alarm
               Systems" by amending Section 5.56.010,
               Definitions, to revise, add and delete
               definitions as they relate to the
               interpretation and enforcement of this
               chapter; amending Section 5.56.025 relating
               to Alarm Business Permits to clarify which
               alarm businesses are exempt from having to
               obtain a permit, to eliminate the 60-day
               grace period for obtaining a business permit,
               to reduce the renewal fee to $50.00, and to
               delete a grace period for renewal after the
               license expires; amending Section 5.56.030
               relating to Alarm User Permits to reduce fee
               for commercial users to $40.00 and for
               residential users to $25.00, to delete a
               two-tiered permit fee structure, to remove
               the grace period for renewal and to delete
               the 60-day grace period before alarm users
               need to obtain permits; amending Section
               5.56.040, Alarm User Response, to add the
               requirement of enhanced verification and to
               allow alarm businesses to call in alarms from
               unpermitted users provided the user's alarm
               system has been installed within 60 days of
               the call; amending Section 5.56.050 relating
               to fees to provide a $100.00 false alarm fee
               is charged for the fourth through eight false
               alarms and that a $250.00 false alarm fee is
               charged for false alarms beyond the eighth;
               repealing Sections 5.56.060 (Automatic
               Dialing Devices) and 5.56.070 (Exception for
               Severely Handicapped) in their entirety; and
               amending Section 5.56.080 to change the
               criminal penalties for having an unregistered
               alarm system or business to a civil penalty.
               Attachment (82K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

21)  11R-102   Approving an Agreement between the City and BKD,
               LLP for Auditing Services to the City of Lincoln
               for the Fiscal Years ending August 31, 2011, 2012,
               2013, and 2014. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-86327)
               Fact Sheet (87K)
               Attachment (91K)

22)  11R-103   Approving Amendment No. 1 to the Grant Agreement
               between the City of Lincoln, Nebraska and Downtown
               Civic Ventures, Inc. to reduce the grant funds
               from $100,000.00 to $50,000.00 and to reduce the
               matching funds from $250,000.00 to $170,000.00.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-86328)
               Fact Sheet (91K)
               Attachment (69K)

23)  11R-105   Approving a Fiber and Conduit Sharing Agreement
               between the City and the University of Nebraska to
               provide a fiber optics data link in the public
               right of way for the UNL Mid
               America/Transportation Center at the Whittier
               Building.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-86329)
               Fact Sheet (12K)
               Attachment (1483K)

24)  11R-104   Special Permit No. 11005 - Appeal of Judy and Jim
               Lerdahl from the conditional approval allowing a
               domiciliary care facility for up to 32 residents
               on property generally located at South 27th Street
               and Wilderness Hills Boulevard.(ACTION DELAYED
               ONE WEEK TO 5/16/11, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (3589K)

25)  11R-106   Approving modifications to the structure and
               operation of Emergency Medical Services, Inc. by
               adopting Restated Articles of Incorporation of the
               Lincoln/Lancaster County EMS Oversight Authority,
               Inc. and By-Laws of the Lincoln/Lancaster County
               EMS Oversight Authority, Inc. to rename the
               organization and reorganize the agency which will
               continue to provide medical direction for
               services, to prepare written standards of
               treatment and emergency medical care, to recommend
               dispatch and treatment protocols, to provide
               quality assessment programs and review, and to
               make recommendations for improvements to the
               emergency medical care system. (ACTION DELAYED
               ONE WEEK TO 5/16/11, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (102K)
               Attachment (34K)


PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES -3RD READING

26)    11-47   Amending Ordinance No. 17366 passed June 29, 1998, 
               and Ordinance No. 18214 passed August 4, 2003, for
               the widening and reconstruction of Old Cheney Road 
               from Nebraska Highway 2 to approximately 1,450
               feet east of South 84th Street to remove design 
               requirements for raised medians and right turn
               lanes. (5/2/11 - Action delayed 1 wk  w/P.H. 
               on 5/9/11)(PLACED ON INDEFINITE PENDING, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (19K)
               Attachment (350K)
	
                        - END PUBLIC HEARING -

ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)

     NONE


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

27)  11-45     Amending Chapter 26.11 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Procedures for
               Processing Subdivisions by amending Section 
               26.11.039 to provide that a cash contribution
               may be furnished for street trees in lieu of
               a bond, escrow or security agreement on all
               final plats, to provide that no surety is
               required for sidewalks along non-major
               streets abutting residential lots, and to add
               clarity by dividing subparagraph (g) into two
               subparagraphs (g) and (h); and amending
               Section 26.11.040 to provide that sidewalks
               along non-major streets abutting non-
               residential lots shall be installed prior to
               the City issuing an occupancy permit or
               within four years following plat approval
               whichever occurs first and sidewalks along
               non-major streets abutting residential lots
               shall be installed prior to the City issuing
               an occupancy permit, except under specified
               conditions, that street trees along non-major
               streets shall be installed within one year
               after the issuance of an occupancy permit or
               within six years of final plat approval,
               whichever occurs first, and to provide that
               stormwater detention/retention facilities
               shall be graded at the same time as the
               overall site grading and that such grading
               shall be completed prior to installation of
               required water distribution, wastewater
               collection, and street improvements and to
               provide conditions which must be met for the
               release of any surety to guarantee
               construction of the stormwater
               detention/retention facilities.
               (PASSED, 7-0; #19532)
               Fact Sheet (209K)

28)  11-49     Amending Title 17 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Water by adding a new
               Section numbered 17.02.185 to provide a
               definition for "lot"; amending Section
               17.02.210 to revise the definition of "master
               metered water service"; repealing Sections
               17.02.230, 17.02.240, and 17.02.260 to delete
               definitions of "mobile home," "mobile home
               court," and "office park," respectively;
               amending Section 17.02.180 to revise the
               definition of "premises"; repealing Section
               17.02.320 to delete the definition of
               "shopping center"; amending Section 17.10.070
               to change the provisions requiring when
               permanent water meters are to be installed;
               amending Section 17.10.080 to change the
               requirements of how water service to specific
               lots is provided; amending Section 17.10.100
               to require surveys when a premises is
               supplied by two or more sources of water;
               amending Section 17.18.006 to change how the
               Water Service Manual may be approved;
               amending Section 17.18.010 to remove the
               notice requirement for making a tap; amending
               Section 17.18.030 to change the provisions
               related to the provision of water services
               for newly constructed and reconstructed
               premises; amending Section 17.18.080 to
               change provisions when surveys are required;
               amending Section 17.18.090 to change
               requirements related to backflow prevention
               installations; amending Section 17.18.130 to
               allow multiple supply and service pipes to a
               premises under certain exceptions; and
               amending Section 17.18.160 to change repair
               and cost provisions involving leaks from
               customer service pipes.(PASSED, 7-0; #19533)
               Fact Sheet (16K)
               Attachment (790K)

29)  11-50     Annexation No. 11002 - Amending the Lincoln
               Corporate Limits Map by annexing
               approximately 18.36 acres of land generally
               located at South 88th Street and Pioneers
               Boulevard. (Related Items 11-50, 11-
               51)(PASSED, 7-0; #19534)
               Fact Sheet (926K)
               Attachment (545K)

30)  11-51     Change of Zone No. 11002 - Application of
               Himark Property, LLC, for a change of zone
               from AG Agricultural District to R-3
               Residential District on property generally
               located at South 88th Street and Pioneers
               Boulevard. (Related Items 11-50, 11-51)
               (PASSED, 7-0; #19535)
               Fact Sheet (632K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

     NONE


PENDING LIST	(EXTENDED ONE WEEK)

31)  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)

32)  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)

33)  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)

34)  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)

35)  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)
               Fact Sheet (647K)

36)  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)
               Fact Sheet (1367K)

37)            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)

38)  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)

39)  10-101    Adopting an amended and restated version of the
               City of Lincoln Employees' Retirement Plan and
               Trust to provide that the employer contribution
               for employees hired in positions and pay ranges
               prefixed by the letter "N" on or after September
               1, 2010 will be an amount equal to 9% of an
               employee's compensation; and to further provide
               that the mandatory employee contribution for
               employees hired in positions and pay ranges
               prefixed by the letter "N" on or after September
               1, 2010 will be in an amount equal to 7% of an
               employee's compensation.  (8/23/10 - Reconsidered 
               Ordinance No. 19430 - Placed on Pending 
               Indefinitely)
               Fact Sheet (104K)

40)  11R-62    Comp. Plan Conformance 11001 - Approving an
               amendment to the Lincoln Star Building
               Redevelopment Project, in the Lincoln Center
               Redevelopment Plan, to extend the project area to
               include the M Street right-of-way from South 7th
               Street to South 17th Street to allow for streetscape 
               design and improvements. (3/21/11 - Action Delayed 
               1 wk. to 3/28/11) (3/28/11 - Placed on Indefinite 
               Pending)
               Fact Sheet (1022K)
               Attachment (1001K)

41)  11-39     Amending Chapter 10.32 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Stopping, Standing
               and Parking of Vehicles by adding a new
               section numbered 10.32.075 to prohibit the
               parking of trucks on a street more than 400
               feet from the primary place of business and
               providing certain exceptions. (4/11/11 -
               3rd Reading w/con't. P.H. on 4/18/11) (4/18/11 - 
               Placed on Indefinite Pending)
               Fact Sheet (75K)
               Motion To Amend (7K)


   WITH COUNCIL APPROVAL THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS WILL HAVE
     PUBLIC HEARING ON MONDAY, MAY 16, 2011, AT 3:00 P.M.
                    (APPROVED EXCEPT ITEM 46, 6-0; EMERY ABSENT)

42)  11R-107   Reappointing Andrew Barry and Keelan Chapman to
               the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board for one
               year terms expiring on June 1, 2012.

43)  11R-108   Reappointing Molly Brummond to the Parks and
               Recreation Advisory Board for a term expiring June
               27, 2014 and reappointing Susan Deitchler, Todd
               Fitzgerald, Anne B. Pagel, Dennis Scheer, and
               Jeffrey E. Schwebke to the Parks and Recreation
               Advisory Board for terms expiring April 27, 2014.

44)  11R-109   Appointing Dr. Pearl Van Zandt to the Mayor's
               Multicultural Advisory Committee for a term
               expiring September 18, 2011.
               Attachment (440K)

45)  11R-110   Appointing Jane Raybould to the Parks and
               Recreation Advisory Board for a term expiring
               January 1, 2012.
               Attachment (93K)

46)  11R-112   Appointing Dr. Sarah Cada, April Rimpley, Kyle
               Michaelis and Mark Hunzeker to the
               Lincoln/Lancaster County EMS Oversight Authority,
               Inc. for four-year terms to expire on May 16,
               2015. (INTRODUCTION SUSPENDED ONE WEEK TO 5/16/11)
               Attachment (295K)

47)  11R-111   Accepting the report of new and pending claims
               against the City and approving disposition of
               claims set forth for the period of April 16 -30,
               2011.
               Fact Sheet (14K)
               Attachment (19K)

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