ACTION FROM THE  REGULAR  CITY  COUNCIL  MEETING  HELD
               MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2014  AT 3:00 P.M.

                 ALL  MEMBERS  PRESENT

                      PUBLIC NOTICE 
          AUGUST 11, 2014 - PUBLIC HEARING BUDGET SCHEDULE
  The Regular Meeting of the Council will begin at 2:30 p.m. 
Public Hearing on the 1 & 6 Year Street & Highway Program, The Mayor's Recommended
2014/16 Biennial Operating Budget, and Capital Improvement Program for
 2014/15 - 2016/2020 immediately follows the Regular Council Meeting
         Dinner Break: 6:00 p.m. - Reconvene 6:30 p.m. 
                                  
There will be a Regular Meeting of the City Council held on 
                    Wednesday, August 13, 2014, 
at 3:00 p.m. to take Action on the Mayor's Recommended Biennial Budget


                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)  14R-198   Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement Amendment
               between the City of Lincoln and the Nebraska Department
               of Environmental Quality regarding the 2012 Stormwater
               Grant to extend the term from June 30, 2014 to November
               30, 2014.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88423)
               Fact Sheet (55K)
               Attachment (37K)

 2)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolutions and
               Ordinances passed by the City Council on July 21, 2014. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 3)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., August 18, 2014 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of Lincoln Community
               Playhouse for a Class I Liquor License at 2500 S
               56th St.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88424)

 4)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., August 18, 2014 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Manager Application of Barbara
               Ehrisman for Whitehead Oil Co. dba U-stop #14 at 2700
               Porter Ridge Rd.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88425)

 5)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., August 18, 2014 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Manager Application of Jeffrey Scott
               for Whitehead Oil Co. dba U-stop #24 at 110 W.
               Fletcher, Suite 101.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88426)

 6)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., August 18, 2014 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Manager Application of Mary Everett
               for Whitehead Oil Co. dba U-stop #5 at 8231 E O St.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88427)

 7)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., August 18, 2014 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Manager Application of Justin Coffman
               for Whitehead Oil Co dba U-stop #9 at 3244 Cornhusker.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88428)

 8)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., August 18, 2014 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of MSKDJ Inc. dba
               Schillingbridge Cork & Tap House for a Class L Liquor
               License at 575 Fallbrook Blvd. Suite 109.(ADOPTED, 
               7-0; A-88429)

 9)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., August 18, 2014 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of IDC Bar and Grill Inc
               dba IDC Bar and Grill for a Class C Liquor License at
               3223 Cornhusker Hwy, Suite 1.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88430)

10)            Setting the hearing date of Mon., August 18, 2014 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of Lincoln Blue Sushi LLC
               dba Blue Sushi Sake Grill for a deletion from their
               license premise by eliminating 20 ft. x 15 ft. on R
               Street from their L-shaped outdoor area at 808 R
               Street.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88431)

11)            REFERRED TO THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT:
               Text Amendment No. 14007, requested by the
               Director of Planning, amending Title 27 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code to correct  errors made in previous text
               amendments and to clarify existing language without
               changing the intent of the language, by amending
               Section 27.02.200 to clarify the definition of "story"
               to provide for a more clear understanding of where the
               first story of a structure begins; amending Section
               27.06.160 relating to the Major Entertainment and Event
               Use Group to provide guidance as to when a venue should
               be classified as "major event entertainment," e.g. 500
               seats or more; amending Section 27.06.170 by amending
               the Use Group Table to designate Cabinet Shops and
               Stores as a conditional use in the H-2 zoning district; 
               amending Section 27.57.180 to add "council member" to
               t he list of persons who may appeal; amending Sections
               27.61.040 and 27.61.050 to add "or this Chapter" as a
               reference to clarify what methods can be used to
               structurally alter, reconstruct, or restore a
               nonconforming structure; amending Section 27.64.010 to
               add "any council member" to the list of persons who may
               appeal; amending Section 27.67.066 to update parking
               for H-3 uses to reflect specific uses that were
               allocated a parking reduction prior to Use Groups
               approval; amending Section 27.69.030 general provisions
               for signs, to clarify that roof signs are permitted but
               are regulated under Section 27.69.310 and to require a
               certain spacing between the location of any sign and an
               abutting residential premises located in a residential
               district; amending Section 27.69.240 to clarify that
               menu boards, although a type of freestanding sign, have
               their own regulations; amending Section 27.69.290 to
               clarify that window signs are not counted toward the
               allocated percentage of wall signage; amending Section
               27.69.310 to insert language needed for consistency
               between this section and Section 27.69.030; amending
               Section 27.72.180 to provide that a commercial use
               abutting a residential district does not need to comply
               with the residential district provisions if the
               adjacent land in the residential district may be used
               for a commercial use under a PUD; and repealing
               Sections 27.02.200; 27.06.160, 27.06.170, 27.61.040,
               27.61.050, 27.67.066, 27.69.030, 27.69.240, 27.69.290,
               27.69.310, and 27.72.180 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               as hitherto existing.
               Change of Zone No. 12018a, requested by Stallion
               Ventures, LLC, an amendment to the Holdrege/Idylwild
               Revelopment Planned Unit Development, to increase the
               allowable dwelling units from 40 to 60, on property,
               generally located at Idylwild Drive and Holdrege
               Street.
               Use Permit No. 48a, requested by Robert Weigel,
               to clarify that R-T Residential Transition District
               uses are allowed in the office buildings located in
               Alpine Village, on property generally located at South
               48th Street and Normal Boulevard (2300 South 48th
               Street).  The Planning Commission action is final,
               unless appealed to the City Council.
               Special Permit No. 14020, requested by Jason R.
               Woita, for authority to expand a nonstandard
               single-family residence into the front yard setback, on
               property generally located at South 31st Street and
               Sherman Street (3245 South 31st Street).  The Planning
               Commission action is final, unless appealed to the City
               Council.

12)            PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:
               Administrative Amendment No. 14040 to Northern
               Lights Commercial Center Use Permit No. 116, requested
               by Olsson Associates, approved by the Planning Director
               on July 21, 2014, to reduce the setback along Holdrege
               St. and N. 84th St. to 20 feet, on property
               generally located at N. 84th St and Holdrege
               St.
               Administrative Amendment No. 14024 to Change of
               Zone No. 3134D, Willow Springs Planned Unit Development
               - Lot 1, Block 4, requested by Olsson Associates,
               approved by the Planning Director on July 23, 2014, to
               adjust the front yard setback for Lot 1, Block 4 (S.
               78th St. and Weeping Willow Ln.) from 30' to
               20' adjacent to South 78th St., on property
               generally located at South 78th Street and
               Pioneers Blvd.
               Administrative Amendment No. 14041 to Special
               Permit No. 1813A, The Preserve on Antelope Creek
               Community Unit Plan, requested by Civil Design Group,
               approved by the Planning Director on July 23, 2014, to
               adjust the rear setback from 25' to 20' for Lots 10 and
               11, Block 4, for 4629 and 4637 Hawthorne Lane,
               generally located at S. 80th St. and Pioneers
               Blvd.

13)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

14)            Application of Rena Inc. dba The Foxy to expand its
               Class C liquor license by the addition to the area for
               a new licensed area described as a single story
               building approximately 48 feet by 92 feet with an
               outdoor area approximately 17 feet by 22 feet located
               at 5020 North 27th Street  1823 O Street.  (ADOPTED FOR
               APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88432)

15)            Application of SMG Food & Beverage, LLC dba Pinnacle
               Bank Arena for a special designated license to cover an
               area measuring approximately 176 feet by 83 + 56
               (Stadium Terrace), 900 feet by 490 feet (Festival
               Space), and 2,082 feet by 18 feet (Pedestrian Bridge)
               generally located at Pinnacle Bank Arena, 400 Pinnacle
               Arena Drive on August 14, 15, 16, and 17, 2014 from
               11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0;
               A-88433)

16)            Application of John G. Neihardt Foundation for a
               special designated license to cover an area measuring
               approximately 225 feet by 150 feet at Ferguson House,
               700 South 16th Street on August 16, 2014 from 6:00 p.m.
               to 9:00 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88434)

17)            Application of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church for a
               special designated license to cover an area measuring
               approximately 40 feet by 50 feet in the church parking
               lot at 6345 Madison Ave. on August 23, 2014 from 11:00
               a.m. to 11:59 p.m. and August 24, 2014 from 10:00 a.m.
               to 6:00 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88435)

18)            Application of Yin Family LLC dba Hiro 88 for a special
               designated license to cover an area in the Railyard at
               300/350 Canopy Street on August 9, 2014 from 5:00 p.m.
               to 11:59 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88436)

19)            Application of Yard Investments LLC dba Gate 25 for a
               special designated license to cover an area in the
               Railyard at 300/350 Canopy Street on August 9, 2014
               from 5:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-88437)

20)            Application of Breezy Island LLC dba Breezy Island for
               a special designated license to cover an area in the
               Railyard at 300/350 Canopy Street on August 9, 2014
               from 5:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-88438)

21)            Application of BW&R Canopy LLC dba Buffalo Wings &
               Rings for a special designated license to cover an area
               in the Railyard at 300/350 Canopy Street on August 9,
               2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-88439)

22)            Application of Astra Vega LLC dba Vega for a special
               designated license to cover an area in the Railyard at
               300/350 Canopy Street on August 9, 2014 from 5:00 p.m.
               to 11:59 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88440)

23)            Application of Peace A Pie LLC dba Mellow Mushroom for
               a special designated license to cover an area in the
               Railyard at 300/350 Canopy Street on August 9, 2014
               from 5:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.(ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-88441)

24)            Application of Club at the Yard dba Rule G for a
               special designated license to cover an area in the
               Railyard at 300/350 Canopy Street on August 9, 2014
               from 5:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-88442)

25)            Application of Bar at the Yard dba Longwell's for a
               special designated license to cover an area in the
               Railyard at 300/350 Canopy Street on August 9, 2014
               from 5:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-88443)

26)            Application of Meier's Cork N Bottle for a special
               designated license to cover an area measuring
               approximately 210 feet by 300 feet at 3111 Covered
               Bridge Drive on August 22, 2014 from 4:30 p.m. to 11:00
               p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88444)

27)            Application of Blue Blood Brewing Co., Inc. for a
               special designated license to cover an area measuring
               approximately 70 feet by 90 feet at 500 W. South
               Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, on August 15, 2014, between
               the hours of 12:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.  (ADOPTED FOR
               APPROVAL, 7-0; A-88445)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as
     required)  (ITEMS 28 THRU 42 HAD 2ND READING)

28)  14-85     Vacation 14003 - Vacating the east/west alley
               between North 10th Street and vacated North 11th
               Street within Block 28, Original Lincoln.
               Fact Sheet (1125K)

29)  14-86     Annexation 13005 - Amending Ordinance No. 19952 to
               accept a substitute map to correctly show the
               boundary line of the annexed property generally
               located at N.W. 27th Street and Highway 34.
               Fact Sheet (32K)
               Attachment (648K)

30)  14-87     Amending Title 21 of the Lincoln Municipal Code by
               adding a new Chapter 21.09 entitled "Registration
               of Neglected Buildings" to establish a
               registration system for monitoring vacant and
               neglected residential buildings within the city. 
               Fact Sheet (74K)
               Attachment (479K)

31)  14-88     Amending the pay schedules for certain employee
               groups by adjusting the schedules of annual,
               monthly, biweekly and hourly pay range equivalents
               for employees whose classifications are assigned
               to the pay ranges prefixed by the letter "B to be
               effective August 14, 2014.
               Fact Sheet (96K)
               Attachment (86K)

32)  14-89     Amending the pay schedule for the employee group
               whose classifications are assigned to the pay
               range prefixed by the letter "M" to change the pay
               range of Information & Fiscal Services Manager
               from M01 to M02.
               Fact Sheet (54K)

33)  14-90     Amending the pay schedules for certain employee
               groups by adjusting the schedules of annual,
               monthly, biweekly and hourly pay range equivalents
               for employees whose classifications are assigned
               to the pay ranges prefixed by the letter "E" to be
               effective August 14, 2014.
               Fact Sheet (41K)
               Attachment (27K)

34)  14-91     Amending the pay schedules for certain employee
               groups by adjusting the schedules of annual,
               monthly, biweekly and hourly pay range equivalents
               for employees whose classifications are assigned
               to the pay ranges prefixed by the letter "X" to be
               effective August 14, 2014.
               Fact Sheet (40K)
               Attachment (54K)

35)  14-92     Amending the pay schedules for certain employee
               groups by allowing a one time lump sum payment for
               employees whose classifications are assigned to
               the pay ranges prefixed by the letter "M".
               Fact Sheet (42K)
               Motion To Amend (19K)

36)  14-93     Amending Section 2.76.155 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Compensation Plan; Longevity Pay
               for an increase of longevity pay to coincide with
               the negotiated LMCEA labor agreement for
               unrepresented employees with a pay range prefixed
               by the letter "M".
               Fact Sheet (44K)
               Motion To Amend (19K)

37)  14-94     Amending Section 2.76.160 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Compensation Plan & Variable
               Merit Pay Plan to reduce the probationary increase
               to coincide with the negotiated LMCEA labor
               agreement for unrepresented employees with a pay
               range prefixed by the letter "M".
               Fact Sheet (45K)
               Motion To Amend (18K)

38)  14-95     Amending Section 2.76.370 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Authorized Holidays for an
               increase in personal holidays hours and allowable
               usage to coincide with the negotiated PAGE labor
               contract for employees with a pay range prefixed
               by the letter "N" or "X". 
               Fact Sheet (45K)

39)  14-96     Amending Section 2.76.385 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Funeral Leave to delete obsolete
               language for "M" pay ranges and to add certain
               uses to coincide with the negotiated PAGE labor
               contract for employees with a pay range prefixed
               by the letter "N" or "X". 
               Fact Sheet (59K)

40)  14-97     Amending Section 2.76.395 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to Vacation Leave with Pay to
               increase vacation accruals at the 12 year level
               for employees with a pay range prefixed by the
               letter "A", "C", or "E". 
               Fact Sheet (48K)

41)  14R-203   Approving a Development and Conditional Zoning
               Agreement for 48th and Normal Boulevard between the
               City of Lincoln and Gale and Cindy Matson and Wells and
               Tami Mangrum, LLC to restrict use of the property under
               the proposed Change of Zone No. 14018 on property
               generally located at the northwest corner South 48th
               Street and Normal Boulevard. (Related Items 14R-203,
               14-98) (Action Date: 8/11/14)
               Fact Sheet (11K)
               Attachment (325K)

42)  14-98     Change of Zone 14018 - Application of Matson-
               Mangrum, LLC for a change of zone from R-2
               Residential District to O-2 Suburban Office
               District and from O-2 Suburban Office District to
               B-1 Local Business District on property generally
               located at the northwest corner of South 48th
               Street and Normal Boulevard.   (Related Items
               14R-203, 14-98)
               Fact Sheet (4183K)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

43)  14R-193   Special Permit 1665C - Application of Chateau
               Development LLC to amend the Van Dorn Meadows 1st
               Addition Community Unit Plan to revise the layout from
               nine single-family lots to 10 two-family dwelling units
               and a 20 unit multiple-family building on property
               generally located at Sherman Street and Holmes Park
               Road. (7/28/14 - Public Hearing & Action delayed for
               1 week to 8/4/14)) (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 7-0; ADOPTED AS
               AMENDED, 7-0; A-88446)
               Fact Sheet (457K)
               Fact Sheet (18472K)
               Fact Sheet (30432K)
               Attachment (1265K)
               Attachment (16K)
               Motion To Amend (17K)

44)  14R-197   Approving an Amendment to Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and EMS Technology Solutions, LLC for EMS
               Inventory Management Solution to exercise its option to
               renew the Agreement for an additional four year term
               and approving the expenditures for said renewal.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88447)
               Fact Sheet (71K)
               Attachment (269K)

45)  14R-199   Comp. Plan Conformance 14013 - Approving an amendment
               to the Lincoln Center Redevelopment Plan to add the "P
               Street East Redevelopment Project" for streetscape
               enhancements within public rights-of-way generally
               located between Centennial Mall, N. 17th Street, P
               Street, and Q Street. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88448)
               Fact Sheet (2938K)
               Attachment (2625K)
               Attachment (4531K)

46)  14R-200   Amending the FY 13/14 CIP to authorize and appropriate
               $170,000 in TIF funds for the P Street East
               Redevelopment Project on public rights-of-way adjacent
               to 1630 P Street in Greater Downtown Lincoln.
               (ADOPTED, 6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; A-88449)
               Fact Sheet (87K)

47)  14R-201   Amending the FY 13/14 CIP to amend the existing P
               Street Streetscape CIP Project to include P Street from
               Centennial Mall to 17th Street and 16th and 17th
               Streets from P to Q Streets in Greater Downtown
               Lincoln.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88450)
               Fact Sheet (65K)

48)  14R-202   Approving the labor contract between the City of
               Lincoln and the Public Association of Government
               Employees (PAGE) to be effective August 14, 2014
               through August 31, 2016.  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88451)
               Fact Sheet (69K)
               Attachment (220K)
               Attachment (274K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


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

49)  14-70     Creating Water District 1207 for the
               purpose of constructing a 6-inch water main in
               Goodhue Blvd. from A Street to B Street and
               assessing the costs thereof against the benefitted
               properties.  (PASSED, 7-0; #20053)
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Attachment (2088K)

50)  14R-194   Approving the 1100 Y Street Redevelopment Agreement
               between the City of Lincoln and 1100 Y Street, LLC
               relating to the redevelopment of property generally
               located at Y Street from 10th Street to 12th Street,
               and north of Y Street to the existing east-west alley,
               for construction of a multi-story apartment complex
               containing approximately 126 units. (Related Items:
               14R-194, 14R-195, 14-83, 14-84) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88452)
               Fact Sheet (11K)
               Attachment (3117K)

51)  14R-195   Amending the FY 13/14 CIP to authorize and appropriate
               $1,600,000 in TIF funds for the 1100 Y Street
               Redevelopment Project on property generally located at
               Y Street from 10th Street to 12th Street, and north of
               Y Street to the existing east-west alley. (Related
               Items: 14R-194, 14R-195, 14-83, 14-84)  (ADOPTED, 7-0;
               A-88453)
               Fact Sheet (10K)

52)  14-83     Authorizing the issuance of Tax Allocation Bonds
               for the 1100 Y Street Redevelopment Project.
               (Related Items: 14R-194, 14R-195, 14-83, 14-84)
               (PASSED, 7-0; #20054)

53)  14-84     Approving a lease between the City of Lincoln and
               1100 Y Street, LLC for the use of a City owned
               parking lot to be used for construction staging
               during construction of the 1100 Y Street
               Redevelopment Project. (Related Items: 14R-194,
               14R-195, 14-83, 14-84) (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 7-0;
               PASSED, 7-0; #20055)
               Fact Sheet (11K)
               Attachment (20K)


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


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)
     (ITEMS 54 THRU 66 HAD 1ST READING)

54)  14-99     Amending Section 5.41.050 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to permit fees for salvage,
               recycling, or composting operations to provide
               that the City Council may, by resolution,
               establish or revise such fees and to clarify the
               use and collection of such fees.
               Fact Sheet (64K)

55)  14-100    Amending Section 8.06.145 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to open burning permits to provide that the
               City Council may, by resolution, establish or revise
               the fees for such permits.
               Fact Sheet (62K)

56)  14-101    Amending Chapter 8.08 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               (Body Art Establishments) by amending Section 8.08.060
               relating to permit fees for body art establishments,
               Section 8.08.150 relating to permit fees for body art
               practitioners, and Section 8.08.350 relating to
               reinstatement fees to authorize the City Council, by
               resolution, to establish or revise such fees.
               Fact Sheet (65K)

57)  14-102    Amending Chapter 8.14 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               (Child Care Programs) by amending Section 8.14.037
               relating to fees for plan review and certificates of
               compliance for child care programs, and Section
               8.14.150 relating to the reinstatement fee for
               suspended certificates of compliance, to authorize the
               City Council to establish or revise such fees by
               resolution.
               Fact Sheet (63K)

58)  14-103    Amending Chapter 8.20 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               (Lincoln Food Code) by amending Section 8.20.150
               relating to permit fees for food establishments,
               Section 8.20.170 relating to reinstatement fees, and
               Section 8.20.230 relating to permit fees for food
               handlers and food managers to provide that the City
               Council may, by resolution, establish or revise such
               fees.
               Fact Sheet (66K)

59)  14-104    Amending Section 8.24.150 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to variances of the Noise Control Ordinance to
               provide that the City Council may, by resolution,
               establish and revise the fees charged by the City for
               noise variances. 
               Fact Sheet (62K)

60)  14-105    Amending Chapter 8.38 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               (Public Swimming Pools) by amending Section 8.38.090
               relating to permit fees for swimming pools and Section
               8.38.097 relating to fees for Lincoln Swimming pool
               operator certificates and Lincoln pool water quality
               tester certificates to provide that the City Council
               may, by resolution, establish or revise such fees.
               Fact Sheet (67K)

61)  14-106    Amending Section 8.44.070 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to water well permits to provide that the City
               Council may, by resolution, establish or revise water
               well permit and variance fees.
               Fact Sheet (61K)

62)  14-107    Amending Section 24.38.070 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to fees for onsite wastewater treatments
               systems to provide that the City Council may, by
               resolution, establish or revise various fees related to
               onsite wastewater treatment systems.
               Fact Sheet (93K)

63)  14-108    Amending Chapter 24.42 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               (Regulation of Property Transfers with On-site
               Wastewater Treatment Systems) by amending Section
               24.42.110 to provide that the City Council may, by
               resolution, establish or revise fees for the evaluation
               and review of property transfer inspector reports and
               for various property transfer inspector permits.
               Fact Sheet (68K)

64)  14-109    Amending Chapter 3.04 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to Revenue and Finance, General Provisions, by
               adding a new section 3.04.080 entitled "Tax Increment
               Financing - Administrative Fee" to provide for an
               administrative fee to be paid to the City of Lincoln to
               reimburse the City of Lincoln for its administrative
               expenses in connection with the approval and
               administration of Redevelopment Project which utilize
               tax increment financing under the Nebraska Community
               Development Law.
               Fact Sheet (105K)

65)  14-110    Amending Titles 19 and 20 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to Fire Prevention and the Building Code,
               respectively, to increase certain fees within the
               Chapter 19.03, the Fire Code, by amending Section
               19.03.090 to increase the Bureau of Fire Prevention
               Plan Review and Inspection Fee and Section 19.03.100 to
               increase permit fees; amending Chapter 20.08, the
               Lincoln Building Code, by amending Section 20.08.090 to
               increase the permit fees and miscellaneous fees set
               forth in said section; and amending Chapter 20.12, the
               Lincoln Residential Building Code by amending Section
               20.12.060 to increase residential permit fees set forth
               in said section.
               Fact Sheet (468K)

66)  14-111    Amending Section 8.32.150 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               to increase the occupation tax imposed on refuse
               haulers effective September 1, 2015 from $9.00 per ton
               to $11.00 per ton.
               Fact Sheet (22K)


RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 67 THRU 87 HAD 1ST READING)

67)  14R-204   Approving the One & Six Year Street & Highway Program,
               the 2014-2016 City of Lincoln Biennial Operating Budget
               and the Capital Improvement Program for FY 2014-2016. 
               Fact Sheet (106K)

68)  14R-205   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 5.41 Salvage, Recycling, and
               Composting Operations, including salvage operations,
               recycling processing center operations, recycling
               center operations, recyclables drop-off operations and
               commercial composting operations. (Action Date:
               9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (57K)

69)  14R-206   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 8.06 Air Pollution, including
               open burning permits. (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (50K)

70)  14R-207   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 8.08 Body Art Establishments,
               including body art establishment permits, body art
               practitioner permits, and reinstatement fees.
               (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (56K)

71)  14R-208   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 8.14 Child Care Programs,
               including plan review for new programs, fee for
               certificate of compliance (initial and renewal), and
               suspended certificate of compliance reinstatement fee.
               (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (55K)

72)  14R-209   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 8.20 Lincoln Food Code,
               including food establishment permits, mobile food
               units, food catering services, temporary food
               establishments, reinstatement fees, food handler and
               food manager permit fees. (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (58K)

73)  14R-210   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 8.24 Noise Control, including
               noise variances. (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (52K)

74)  14R-211   Adopting increased fees for special waste permits as
               authorized under Section 8.32.090 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code. (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (55K)

75)  14R-212   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 8.38 Public Swimming Pools,
               including swimming pool permit fees, new permit/plan
               review, renewal, additional spa, Lincoln swimming pool
               operator and Lincoln pool water quality tester
               certificate fees. (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (61K)

76)  14R-213   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 8.44 Water Wells, including
               water well construction permits, annual water well
               permits, water well repair permit and variance
               application. (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (56K)

77)  14R-214   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 24.38 Onsite Wastewater
               Treatment Systems, including onsite wastewater
               treatment system construction permit, onsite wastewater
               system repair permit, liquid waste haulers cleaner's
               permit, registration certificate for master installer,
               journeyman installer, inspector, soil evaluator, and
               multiple category, permit extension fee, variance fee,
               reinstatement fee, and development area review fees
               which includes a base fee, per lot fee and a maximum
               combined base and per lot fee. (Action Date:
               9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (89K)

78)  14R-215   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 24.24 Regulation of Property
               Transfers with Onsite Systems Code, including
               evaluation and review of property transfer inspector
               reports, property transfer inspector permit fees which
               includes onsite wastewater treatment system property
               transfer inspector (OWWTS), onsite waste supply system
               property transfer inspector (OWSS) or both the OWWTS
               and OWSS permits. (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (64K)

79)  14R-216   Amending the Lincoln-Lancaster County Air Pollution
               Control Regulations and Standards, Article 1, Section
               6, to increase fees for required services to business
               and industry. (Action Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (64K)
               Attachment (35K)
               Attachment (34K)

80)  14R-217   Adopting increased fees for conducting National
               Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)
               stormwater permit compliance inspections at regulated
               industrial facilities as authorized under Section
               28.02.070 of the Lincoln Municipal Code. (Action
               Date: 9/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (64K)

81)  14R-218   Approving a Contract Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and Lincoln Winwater Works Company for the
               annual supply of Fabricated Tapping Sleeves for Lincoln
               Water System Distribution Shop, pursuant to Bid No. 14-
               167, for a two year term with the option to renew for
               one additional two year term.
               Fact Sheet (68K)
               Attachment (1416K)

82)  14R-219   Establishing a new rate schedule for customers of the
               Lincoln Water System for purposes of covering the
               System's operational and maintenance costs including
               debt service and the Capital Improvements Program for
               FY 2014/2015 and FY 2015/2016.
               Fact Sheet (24K)

83)  14R-220   Establishing a new rate schedule for customers of the
               Lincoln Wastewater System for purposes of covering the
               System's operational and maintenance costs including
               debt service and the Capital Improvements Program for
               FY 2014/2015 and FY 2015/2016.
               Fact Sheet (24K)

84)  14R-221   Establishing a new schedule for solid waste system user
               charges for the use of any public landfill or other
               waste disposal system owned by the City to increase
               revenues for purposes of covering operational and
               maintenance costs and the Capital Improvements Program
               to be effective September 1, 2015.
               Fact Sheet (21K)

85)  14R-222   Approving an Agreement between the City of Lincoln on
               behalf of the Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department
               and the Lincoln Parks and Recreation Foundation to
               establish and maintain endowment funds for capital
               improvement projects, major repairs and extraordinary
               maintenance obligations in various parks and park
               facilities throughout Lincoln. (Action Date:
               8/25/14)
               Fact Sheet (86K)
               Attachment (367K)

86)  14R-223   Approving a Contract Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and Mueller Co., Ltd. for the annual supply of
               Butterfly Valves, pursuant to Bid No. 14-168, for a two
               year term.
               Fact Sheet (49K)
               Attachment (1511K)

87)  14R-224   Accepting the report of new and pending claims against
               the City and approving disposition of claims set forth
               for the period of July 16 - 31, 2014.
               Fact Sheet (10K)
               Attachment (21K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

88)  14-65     Approving a Real Estate Sales Agreement for the
               sale of approximately 9.37 acres of surplus
               property generally located at 2201 S. 84th St. to
               the Lincoln Housing Authority. (Related Items:
               14-66, 14-65, 14-67, 14R-161) (6/23/14 -
               Action delayed for 2 weeks to 7/14/14 w/ Cont'd
               P.H.) (7/14/14 - Public Hearing & Action
               Delayed until 8/18/14, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (84K)
               Attachment (918K)

89)  14-67     Change of Zone 14012 - Application of the Lincoln
               Housing Authority for a change of zone from R-1
               Residential District and P Public Use District to
               R-3 Residential District and from R-1 Residential
               District to P Public Use District on property
               generally located at S. 84th St. and South St.
               (Related Items: 14-66, 14-65, 14-67, 14R-
               161) (6/23/14 - Action delayed for 2 weeks
               to 7/14/14 w/ Cont'd P.H.) (7/14/14 -
               Public Hearing & Action Delayed until 8/18/14, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (3609K)
               Attachment (440K)

90)  14R-161   Special Permit 14009 - Application of Lincoln Housing
               Authority to develop the Lincoln Housing Authority 84th
               St. Site Community Unit Plan for 72 dwelling units,
               with a requested waiver to allow more than 40 dwelling
               units on a dead end street, on property generally
               located at S. 84th St. and South St. (Related Items:
               14-66, 14-65, 14-67, 14R-161) (Action Date 6/23/14)
               (6/23/14 - Action delayed for 2 weeks to 7/14/14 w/
               Cont'd P.H.) (7/14/14 - Public Hearing & Action
               Delayed until 8/18/14, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (6150K)
               Attachment (344K)

91)  14-69     Creating Paving District 2634 in N.W. 10th
               Street from W. Dawes Street to S. Belmont Street
               and assessing the costs thereof against the
               benefitted properties.  (7/28/14 - Public Hearing &
               Action cont'd to 8/25/14)
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Attachment (1596K)


PENDING LIST   (EXTENDED  ONE  WEEK)

92)  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

93)  13-108    Creating Special Assessment Re-Paving District No. 158
               for the purpose of reconstructing portions of 66th St.,
               Almira Lane, Marcus Rd., and Anns Ct. within the
               Country Meadows Homeowners Association Boundaries, and
               assessing the costs thereof against the benefitted
               properties. (10/7/13 - Action Delayed with Cont'd
               P.H. for 3 Weeks to 10/28/13) (10/21/13 - Action
               delayed with Cont'd P.H. to 11/4/13) (10/21/13 - Action
               delayed with Cont'd P.H. to 12/9/13) (11/25/13 -
               Placed on Pending, No Date Certain)
     	      Fact Sheet
               Attachment (1111K)

94)  14-15     Change of Zone No. 13029 - Application of US
               Properties for a change of zone from AGR
               Agricultural Residential District to H-3 Highway
               Commercial District on property generally located
               at Eiger Drive and Nebraska Highway 2. 
               (Related Items: 14-15, 14R-48)  (2/10/14 - Placed
               on Pending, No Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (2736K)

95)  14R-48    Special Permit No. 13060 - Application of Silver Office
               - Oakview LLC to allow a campground for 13 camp sites
               on property generally located at Eiger Drive and
               Nebraska Highway 2. (Related Items: 14-15, 14R-48) 
               (2/10/14 - Placed on Pending, No Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (2814K)

96)  14R-155   Approving an Interlocal Master Facility Use Agreement
               between Lincoln Public Schools and the City of Lincoln
               establishing an equitable method for sharing costs
               associated with shared use of facilities managed by
               each of the parties. (6/9/14 - Public Hearing &
               Action cont'd 2 weeks to 6/23/14) (6/23/14 - Placed on
               Pending, No Date Certain (to have cont'd P.H.))
               Fact Sheet (70K)
               Attachment (872K)

97)  14-75     Approving a Lease Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and Lobo's City Mex, Inc. for the lease of
               property generally located at 344 N. 27th St. for
               a two year term. (6/30/14 - Held over 2 weeks
               to 7/14/14 due to lack of required majority vote;
               Assenting: Emery, Eskridge, Fellers; Dissenting:
               Camp, Christensen; Absent: Cook, Gaylor Baird)
               (7/14/14 - Action Delayed 1 Week to
               7/21/14) (7/21/14 - Placed on Pending, No
               Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (115K)
               Attachment (866K)


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