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          ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                 MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013 AT 3:00 P.M.


                  ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT CAMP

                    MAYOR'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
           FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 2013 WAS PRESENTED TO
               JOHN J. WEYERS, FIRE APPARATUS OPERATOR
               FOR THE FIRE EMERGENCY SERVICES DIVISION
          OF THE LINCOLN FIRE & RESCUE IN THE CATEGORIES OF
             CUSTOMER RELATIONS, PRODUCTIVITY AND SAFETY


                         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)  13R-64    Reappointing Catherine Beecham and Berwyn Jones to
               the Historic Preservation Commission for terms
               expiring April 15, 2016. (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-87261)

 2)  13R-65    Reappointing Jon Camp to the District Energy
               Corporation for a term expiring December 31, 2014.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-87262)

 3)            Resolution approving the distribution of funds
               representing interest earnings on short-term
               investments of Idle Funds during the month ended
               January 31, 2013.  (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-87263)

 4)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolutions
               and Ordinances passed by the City Council on March
               4, 2013.  (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 5)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, April 1, 2013
               at 3:00 p.m. for the application of WMJD, LLC dba
               Single Barrel for an addition to its already
               licensed premises by adding an outdoor area
               approx. 32' by 109' located at 130 N. 10th
               Street. (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-87264)

 6)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, April 1, 2013
               at 3:00 p.m. for the application of Fraiche, Inc.
               dba Chez Hay Catering for a Class IK liquor
               license located at 210 N. 14th Street.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-87265)

 7)            PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK: 
               Administrative Amendment No. 12073 to
               Special Permit 1947 approved by the Planning
               Director on March 5, 2013 requested by Verizon
               Wireless to replace the existing antennas located
               inside the monopole and to erect an equipment
               shelter on the roof of the commercial building
               which will be of a color and finish to match the
               building on property generally located on the
               northeast corner of 33rd St. and O Street.
               Administrative Amendment No. 12064 to
               Special Permit 1999A, Wilderness Hills Community
               Unit Plan, approved by the Planning Director on
               March 6, 2013 requested by Sterling Group, Inc. to
               show setbacks, grading, utilities and sidewalk
               connections for the multifamily lot south of
               Crescent Drive on property generally located at S.
               33rd Street and Crescent Drive.

 8)            REFERRALS TO THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT:
               CHANGE OF ZONE 13004 - Requested by TDP
               Phase One, LLC from B-4 Lincoln Center Business
               District to B-4 Lincoln Center Business District
               with a Special Sign District designation known as
               "The Railyard Special Sign District" on property
               generally bounded by North 7th Street on the east,
               R Street on the north, Canopy Street on the west
               and Q Street on the south.


 9)    MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE

                      - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING
LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

10)            Application of Don E. Young II dba Capital Cigar
               Company for a Class D liquor license at 333 North
               Cotner Boulevard, Suite 6. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; 
               A-87266)

11)            Application of Kit Menh Sam dba Shen Cafe for a
               Class A liquor license at 3520 Village Drive,
               Suite 100. (P.H. W/ACTION DELAYED ONE WEEK 
               TO 3/25/13, 6-0)


PUBLIC HEARING
ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required) (ITEMS 12 
& 13 HAD 2ND READING)

12)  13-39     Approving a Lease between the City of Lincoln
               and Tanya A. Porter and Damian A. Porter for
               the lease of approximately 3,850 square feet
               at the southwest corner of the ground level
               of the Centrum Parking Garage, generally
               located at 1100 N Street, for use as a day
               care facility for a five year term with an
               option to renew the Lease for an additional
               five year term.
               Fact Sheet (126K)
               Attachment (644K)

13)  13-40     Amending Chapter 4.16 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to hospital board by
               amending Section 4.16.007 to establish a
               procedure for invading the corpus of the Fund
               in the event of a public health emergency;
               amending Section 4.16.010 of the Code to
               clarify that ex officio members of the Board
               of Trustees of the Community Health Endowment
               shall be entitled to vote; removing the
               prohibition that prevents the director of an
               acute care hospital in Lincoln from serving
               on the Board of Trustees and adding a
               prohibition against elected officials serving
               on the Board of Trustees; and providing that
               members other than ex officio members may not
               serve more than two successive terms on the
               Board of Trustees, except for members who are
               appointed to fill a vacancy on the Board;
               amending Section 4.16.050 to remove language
               that was only applicable to the original
               appointment of the Board at its inception;
               and amending 4.16.060 to change the title of
               the executive director of the Community
               Health Endowment to President/CEO.
               Fact Sheet (15K)
               Motion To Amend (21K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

     NONE

                      - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)
     
14)  13-32     Change of Zone 13003 - Application of Sigma
               Alpha Epsilon Building Association for a
               change of zone from R-7 Residential District
               to R-7 Residential District with Landmark
               Overlay, designating the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
               Fraternity House as a Landmark, on property
               generally located at 635 North 16th Street.
               (PASSED, 6-0; #19853)
               Fact Sheet (1885K)
               Attachment (3616K)

15)  13-33     Vacation 12010 - Vacating the north 12 feet
               of the Prescott Avenue right-of-way between
               South 48th Street and South 52nd Street.
               (PASSED, 6-0; #19854)
               Fact Sheet (1197K)

16)  13-34     Approving the License Agreement for Parking
               between the City of Lincoln and the Salvation
               Army for the use of five parking spaces
               within the Pentzer Park parking lot generally
               located at North 27th Street and Potter
               Street. (PASSED, 6-0; #19855)
               Fact Sheet (92K)
               Attachment (715K)

17)  13-35     Amending the pay schedule for a certain
               employee group whose classifications are
               assigned to the pay range which is prefixed
               by the letter "M" by changing the
               classification title of "Division Chief of
               Maintenance" to "Division Chief of
               Logistics." (PASSED, 6-0; #19856)
               Fact Sheet (120K)

18)  13-36     Amending the pay schedule for a certain
               employee groups whose classification is
               assigned to the pay range which is prefixed
               by the letter "M"  by creating the
               classifications of "Fiber Network and
               Infrastructure Manager."  (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 6-0; 
               PASSED AS AMENDED, 6-0; #19857)
               Fact Sheet (113K)
               Attachment (131K)

19)  13-37     Amending the pay schedule for a certain
               employee group whose classification is
               assigned to the pay range which is prefixed
               by the letter "A" by creating the
               classifications of "Impact Fee
               Administrator." (PASSED, 6-0; #19858)
               Fact Sheet (100K)
               Attachment (99K)

20)  13-38     Approving the Lease Agreement between the
               City of Lincoln and NebraskaLink Holdings,
               LLC to occupy space in the City's Lincoln
               Technology Improvement District conduit
               system for a 20 year term.
               (PASSED, 6-0; #19859)
               Fact Sheet (12K)
               Attachment (2000K)


1st Reading Ordinances & Resolutions - On the Agenda for Advance Notice Only
               Public Hearing will occur on Second Reading

ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required) (ITEMS 21 THRU 23 
HAD 1ST READING, SEE ITEM 21)

21)  13-42     Amending Chapter 24.01 of the Lincoln Municipal 
               Code (Lincoln Fire Suppression Systems) to delete 
               references to or actions required of the examining 
               board and the Administrative Authority; and by amending
               Section 24.01.010 to replace the definition of 
               "Administrative Authority" with the definition of 
               "Building and Safety"; amending Section 24.01.040 
               to provide qualifications for a Fire Suppression 
               Journeyman and Fire Suppression Contractor, and to 
               provide that the Director shall determine the minimum
               qualifications for applicants for registration based 
               on a point system and shall approve the form and content 
               of any examination to be given to applicants; repealing 
               Section 24.01.050, Examining Board, Authority; adding a 
               new section numbered 24.01.065 to provide for the appeal
               of an issued or denied registration certificate; repealing 
               Section 24.01.070, Examining Board, Meetings; amending 
               Section 24.01.100 to change the process for suspending or
               revoking a certificate of registration; amending
               Section 24.01.110 to provide renewal of certificates 
               of registration upon approval of the Director; amending 
               Section 24.01.120 to provide any person registered as a 
               contractor or journeyman who does not renew his certificate 
               of registration for a period of 60 days after the expiration 
               of the same may be required to submit himself to an examination 
               by the Director before such person can again be registered; 
               amending Section 24.01.150 to increase registration and
               examination fees; amending Section 24.01.180 to delete 
               references to Fire and Rescue Department; amending 
               Section 24.01.190 to provide for a plan review fee; 
               amending Section 24.01.200 to increase permit fees and 
               inspection fees and to provide double fees where work for 
               which a permit is required is started without a permit 
               and to add provisions relating to permit expirations and
               refunds; amending Section 24.01.220 to require a double 
               check backflow preventer of all sprinkler systems; and 
               repealing Section 24.01.330, Detector Meter.
               (PLACED ON INDEFINITE PENDING, 6-0)
               Fact Sheet (95K)

22)  13-43     Annexation 12002 - Amending the Lincoln
               Corporate Limits Map by annexing approximately 
               25 acres generally located southeast of South 
               70th Street and Yankee Hill Road.
               (Related Items: 13-43, 13-44)(Action Date: 4/1/13)
               Fact Sheet (5979K)
               Attachment (477K)

23)  13-44     Change of Zone 05068C - Application of R.C.
               Krueger Development to amend The Woodlands at
               Yankee Hill Planned Unit Development; for a
               change of zone from AG Agriculture District
               to R-3 Residential PUD District; for
               expansion of the area of the PUD by
               approximately 25 acres generally located
               southeast of South 70th Street and Yankee
               Hill Road; for a Planned Unit Development
               district designation; for approval of a
               revised development plan for certain
               modifications to the Zoning and Land
               Subdivision Ordinance; and to allow an
               additional 60 lots for residential dwelling
               units in the underlying R-3 Residential zoned
               area. (Related Items: 13-43, 13-44)
               (Action Date: 4/1/13)
               Fact Sheet (5883K)


RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING (ITEMS 24 THRU 29 HAD 1ST READING)

24)  13R-66    Appointing Scott Neal to the Aging Partners Area
               Agency on Aging Areawide Advisory Council for a
               term expiring July 1, 2016.
               Attachment (72K)

25)  13R-67    Accepting the report of new and pending claims
               against the City and approving disposition of
               claims set forth for the period of February 16 -
               28, 2013.
               Fact Sheet (10K)
               Attachment (24K)

26)  13R-68    Approving an Agreement between the City of Lincoln
               on behalf of the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health
               Department and Union College for Union College's
               Baccalaureate Registered public health nursing
               students to receive field and clinical training at
               the Health Department for a term of January 1,
               2013 through December 31, 2015. (Request P.H.
               on Consent Agenda of 3/25/13)
               Fact Sheet (83K)
               Attachment (707K)

27)  13R-69    Approving Supplemental Agreement No. 4 between the
               City of Lincoln and the State of Nebraska
               Department of Roads to remove the maximum federal
               funding cap for the Jamaica North Trail Project -
               Phase 2B Project No. ENH-55(160), Control No.
               12879.
               Fact Sheet (91K)
               Attachment (122K)

28)  13R-70    Approving the labor contract between the City of
               Lincoln and the Lincoln Firefighters Association,
               Local No. 644, International Association of
               Firefighters, for a period of August 16, 2012
               through August 31, 2014.
               Fact Sheet (107K)
               Attachment (242K)
               Attachment (245K)

29)  13R-71    Approving Supplemental Agreement No. 1 between the
               City of Lincoln and the State of Nebraska
               Department of Roads for Programming Agreement BM
               1205 to revise the funding responsibilities of the
               Federal Aid project for the Safety Project at
               Superior Street and I-180 East Ramp, Project No.
               HSIP-5254(8), Control No. 12928.
               Fact Sheet (13K)
               Attachment (65K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

     NONE


PENDING LIST   (EXTENDED ONE WEEK)

30)  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

31)  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)

32)  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)

33)  12-76     Amending Section 10.34.030 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to Parking Meters:
               Deposit of Coins and Time Limits, to provide
               that no parking fee shall be charged on
               Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day and
               Veterans Day. (6/25/12 - Placed on Pending
               - No Date Certain)

34)  13-16B    Vacating the north 4 feet of Q Street between
               North 18th Street and N. Antelope Valley Parkway;
               and the south 4 feet of R Street between North
               18th Street and N. Antelope Valley Parkway.
               (2/25/13 - Placed on Indefinite Pending)


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. OPEN MICROPHONE
     SESSIONS FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH ARE THE 11TH AND 25TH.


ADJOURNMENT   3:55 P.M.



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