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        ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
              MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 AT 5:30 P.M.

         
                        ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

       DUE TO THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY - THERE WILL BE NO
          CITY COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2014

               THERE WILL BE NO MEETINGS THE WEEKS OF
              DECEMBER 22ND & DECEMBER 29TH DUE TO THE
                          HOLIDAYS

                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-280   Approving a Contract Agreement between
               the City of Lincoln and General Fire &
               Safety Equipment Company,Inc. and 
               Jacobsen Fire Equipment for the annual
               requirements for Fire Suppression 
               Inspection, Testing and Maintenance,
               pursuant to Quote No. 4913, for a four
               year term.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88647)               
               Fact Sheet (73K)
               Attachment (5M)
               Attachment (6M)

 2)  14R-288   Reappointing Jon Camp to the District
               Energy Corp. for a term expiring 
               December 31, 2016.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88648)

 3)  14R-289   Reappointing Elizabeth Kennedy-King and 
               Bennie Shobe to the Human Rights Commission
               for terms expiring December 31, 2017.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88649)

 4)  14R-290   Appointing Mary Sweeney to the Community
               Forestry Advisory Board for a term expiring 
               August 17, 2016. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88650)
               Attachment (71K)

 5)  14R-291   Approving a Contract Agreement between
               the City of Lincoln and Alamar Uniforms
               for the annual requirements for Police 
               Clothing, pursuant to Bid No. 14-245, 
               for a two year term with the option to
               renew for one additional two year term.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88651)
               Fact Sheet (80K)
               Attachment (1M)

 6)            Resolution approving the distribution of
               funds representing interest earnings on
               short-term investments of Idle Funds 
               during the month ended September 30, 2014.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88652) 

 7)            Assessment Resolution for Downtown Core
               Business Improvement District Overlay
               for Board of Equalization to Be Held 
               Monday, December 8, 2014, at 3:00 p.m.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88653)

 8)            Assessment Resolution for Downtown
               Maintenance Improvement District for
               Board of Equalization to Be Held 
               Monday, December 8, 2014, at 3:00 p.m.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88654)  

 9)            Assessment Resolution for Downtown 
               Business Improvement District for Board
               of Equalization to Be Held Monday,
               December 8, 2014, at 3:00 p.m.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88655)

10)            Assessment Resolution for West 
               Haymarket/Downtown Core Improvement
               District for Board of Equalization 
               to Be Held Monday, December 8, 2014,
               at 3:00 p.m.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88656)

11)            Assessment Resolution for West 
               Haymarket/Downtown Maintenance 
               Improvement District for Board of
               Equalization to Be Held Monday, 
               December 8, 2014, at 3:00 p.m.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88657)

12)            Assessment Resolution for West
               Haymarket/Downtown Management
               Business Improvement District for 
               Board of Equalization to Be Held 
               Monday, December 8, 2014, at 3:00 p.m.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88658)

13)            Affidavit of Mailing for the 
               Assessment of Weed Abatement by the
               County Weed Control Authority for the
               calendar year January 1, 2014 through
               December 31, 2014.(PLACED ON FILE)

PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

14)            Setting the hearing date of Monday,
               December 15, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. for
               the application of Big Red Taco's LLC
               DBA Fuzzy's Taco Shop for a Class C 
               liquor license at 1442 O Street.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88659)

15)            Setting the hearing date of Monday,
               December 15, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. for
               the application of Copal Inc DBA Copal
               for a Class I liquor license at 4747
               Pioneers Blvd.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88660)

16)            Setting the hearing date of Monday,
               December 15, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. on the
               application of Parker's Rib Ranch Inc. 
               DBA Parker's Smokehouse for a Class CK 
               liquor license at 8341 O Street.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88661)

17)            PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:
               Administrative Amendment No. 14079 to Special
               Permit No. 11F, South Pointe Pavilions, approved
               by the Planning Director on November 12, 2014 
               requested by Olsson Associates to reduce the 
               floor area from 6,900 to 4,815 square feet and 
               to reduce the number of parking stalls from 116 
               to 103 on Lot 14 on property generally located at
               S. 27th Street and Pine Lake Road.

18)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS  -  NONE

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

19)            Manager application of Christeen M. Jackson for
               HCF Taco Co. #1 dba Fuzzy's Taco Shop at 1442
               O Street.(11/17/14 - P.H. & Action delayed
               for one week to 11/24/14)(ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               7-0; A-88662)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
(as required)  (ITEMS 20 THRU 26 HAD 2ND READING)

20)  14-147    Approving (1) amendments to lease arrangements
               related to Lincoln-Lancaster County Public 
               Building Commission facilities among the City
               of Lincoln, Lancaster County, and the Lincoln
               - Lancaster County Building Commission; and 
               (2) the issuance of the Building Commission's 
               Tax Supported Lease Rental Revenue Refunding
               Bonds to refund its Tax-Supported Lease Rental
               Bonds, Series 2004, and its Tax-Supported Lease
               Rental Revenue Bonds, Series 2005.
               
21)  14-144    Text Amendment No. 14010 - Amending Chapter 
               26.23 of the Lincoln Municipal Code, Development
               Standards, by amending Section 26.23.040 relating
               to widths of right of ways to increase the 
               width of pedestrian way easements from 5 
               feet to 15 feet; amending Section 26.23.125
               to set forth location and width requirements
               of pedestrian way easements; amending Section
               26.23.130 relating to block sizes to add 
               provisions relating to the measurement of 
               block lengths; and amending Section 26.23.140 
               relating to lots to delete width requirements 
               for residential lots servient and adjacent to      
               pedestrian way easements.
               Fact Sheet (3M)

22)  14-145    Text Amendment No. 14011 - Amending Section
               27.72.180 of the Lincoln Municipal Code 
               relating to Exceptions to Height and Lot
               Regulations to revise the minimum separation 
               between buildings and pedestrian way easements
               from 10 feet to 12.5 feet from the centerline
               of the easement.
               Fact Sheet (2M)

23)  14R-294   Approving the Ambassador & President II 
               Redevelopment Agreement between the City
               of Lincoln and A&P II, LLC for the renovation
               of apartment buildings generally located 
               at 14th Street and Lincoln Mall. (Related
               Items: 14R-294, 14R-295, 14-146)
               Fact Sheet (54K)
               Attachment (449K)

24) 14R-295   Amending the FY 13/14 CIP to authorize 
               and appropriate $414,000.00 in TIF funds 
               for the Ambassador & President II 
               Redevelopment Project on property generally
               located at 14th Street and Lincoln Mall.
               (Related Items: 14R-294, 14R-295, 14-146)
               Fact Sheet (40K)

25)  14-146    Authorizing the issuance of tax allocation
               bonds with a total not to exceed $414,000.00 
               for the City of Lincoln, Ambassador & President 
               II Redevelopment Project. (Related Items: 
               14R-294, 14R-295, 14-146)

26)  14-143    Amending Chapter 10.34 of the Lincoln 
               Municipal Code relating to Parking Meters 
               by amending Section 10.34.030 to clarify 
               methods of payment; amending Section 
               10.34.070 relating to illegal operation of
               a parking meter; and amendment Section 
               10.34.100 to clarify that coins only shall
               be collected from parking meters.
               Fact Sheet (93K)



PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS	(SEE ITEM #35)

27)  14R-279   Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement
               between the Nebraska Department of 
               Environmental Quality and the City of 
               Lincoln Regarding the Implementation
               of the Storm Water Management Plan 
               grant program.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88663)
               Fact Sheet (69K)
               Attachment (325K)

28)  14R-281   Approving a Contract Agreement between
               the City of Lincoln, Lancaster County, 
               Lincoln Lancaster County Public Building
               Commission, and Cardiac Science Corporation
               for Automated External Defibrillators and
               related products and services, pursuant
               to PSA Contract No. 14-100.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88664)
               Fact Sheet (62K)
               Attachment (17M)

29)  14R-282   Approving a Professional Services 
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln 
               and the Nebraska Dept. of Roads for the
               use of Federal Transportation Program
               Funds for preliminary engineering for
               S. 48th Street and Highway 2 traffic 
               signal replacement.(State Project No.
               LCLC-5239(9), CN 13253, City Project
               No. 702693). (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88665)
               Fact Sheet (55K)
               Attachment (1M)

30)  14R-283   Approving a Professional Services 
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln 
               and the Nebraska Dept. of Roads for the
               use of Federal Transportation Program
               Funds for preliminary engineering for 
               48th & Calvert and 56th & Calvert traffic
               signal replacement. (State Project No.
               LCLC-5239(10), CN 13260, City Project
               No. 702695). (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88666)
               Fact Sheet (62K)
               Attachment (1M)

31)  14R-284   Approving a Professional Services 
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln
               and the Nebraska Dept. of Roads for the
               use of Federal Transportation Program 
               Funds for preliminary engineering for 
               the S. 17th Street Signal Project.(State
               Project No. LCLC-5227(8), CN 13261, City
               Project No. 702697).(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88667)
               Fact Sheet (67K)
               Attachment (1M)

32)  14R-285   Approving a Professional Services 
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln 
               and the Olsson Associates for the use
               of Federal Transportation Program Funds 
               to provide NEPA evaluation and 
               documentation for the 48th Street and
               Highway 2 traffic signal replacement 
               project.(State Project No. LCLC-5239(9),
               CN 13253, City Project No. 702693).
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88668)
               Fact Sheet (56K)               
               Attachment (1M)

33)  14R-286   Approving Supplemental Agreement No. 2 
               between the City of Lincoln and E&A 
               Consulting Group for additional right-of
               -way staking necessary for land 
               acquisition and utility relocation 
               associated with the South 56th Street, 
               Shadow Pines Drive to Old Cheney Road 
               project.(Project No. LCLC-5241(5), 
               Control 13141, City Project No. 701923).
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88669)
               Fact Sheet (70K)
               Attachment (664K)

34)  14R-287   Accepting the report of new and pending
               claims against the City and approving
               disposition of claims set forth for the
               period of October 16-31, 2014.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88670)
               Fact Sheet (10K)
               Attachment (27K)

35)  14R-292   Comp. Plan Conformance 14022 - Approving 
               an amendment to the Antelope Valley 
               Redevelopment Plan to add the "23rd & O 
               Street Project" to rehabilitate and expand
               an existing retail building for a health
               clinic on approximately two acres of 
               property generally located t 2301 O Street
               and the adjacent rights-of-way.
               (P.H. & ACTION CONT'D FOR 2 WEEKS
               TO 12/8/14,7-0)
               Fact Sheet (6M)
               Attachment (3M)

36)  14R-293   Vacation 14008 - Vacating SW 31st Street
               from the south right-of-way line of West 
               Denton Road to the north right-of-way 
               line of West Covered Bridge Road. (This
               Is a Resolution because the street to
               be vacated is in the City's 3-mile 
               jurisdiction requiring approval & action
               by both the Council & the County Board.   
               Thus, no funds are required to be paid
               to the City.)(MTA #1 ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               ADOPTED AS AMENDED 7-0; A-88671)
               Fact Sheet (3M)
               Motion To Amend (6K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


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

37)  14-142     Authorizing the issuance of tax allocation
               bonds with a total not to exceed $533,354.00
               for the City of Lincoln, Schwarz Paper
               Building Redevelopment Project.(Related 
               Items: 14-142, 14R-270, 14R-271)(10/27/14 -  
               Introduction Delayed 1 Week to 11/3/14)
               (MTA #1 TO ACCEPT THE SUBSTITUTE ORDINANCE
               ADOPTED, 7-0; MTA #2 ADOPTED, 7-0; PASSED
               AS AMENDED, 7-0; #20112)
               Motion To Amend (136K)
               Motion To Amend (9K)

38)  14R-270   Approving the Schwarz Paper Building 
               Redevelopment Agreement between the City
               of Lincoln and CBLINC, LLC and Schwarz
               Paper Company relating to the redevelopment
               of property generally located at 747 
               O Street for commercial and residential
               space. (Related Items: 14-142, 14R-270, 
               14R-271)(10/27/14 - Introduction Delayed 1 
               Week to 11/3/14)(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-88672)
               Fact Sheet (104K)
               Attachment (1M)

39)  14R-271   Amending the FY 13/14 CIP to authorize and
               appropriate $533,354 in TIF funds for the
               Schwarz Paper Building Redevelopment 
               Project on property generally located at
               747 O Street. (Related Items: 14-142, 
               14R-270, 14R-271)  (10/27/14 - Introduction
               Delayed 1 Week to 11/3/14)(ADOPTED,7-0;
               A-88673)               
               Fact Sheet (104K)

"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 40 THRU 44 HAD 1ST READING)

40)  14-148    Approving a Real Estate Sales Agreement
               between the City of Lincoln and Anderson
               Homes, Inc. authorizing the sale of four 
               lots of City owned surplus property
               generally located 2601, 2531, 2521, and 
               2511 NW 52nd Street.
               Fact Sheet (84K)
               Attachment (3M)          

41)  14-149    Text Amendment 14015 - Repealing Section
               27.67.075 of the Lincoln Municipal Code 
               relating to Parking in the Capitol Environs
               District to allow the parking in the Capitol
               Environs District to be determined by the
               underlying zoning district.
               Fact Sheet (5M)

42)  14-150    Text Amendment 14016 - Amending Section 
               27.62.140 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to the Heavy Commercial Services
               Use Group to allow mini-warehouses as a 
               conditional use in the B-5 Planned Regional
               Business District.
               Fact Sheet (3M)

43)  14-151    Amending the chapter title of Lincoln 
               Municipal Code Chapter 2.28 as "Human 
               Resources Department" and amending 
               Sections 2.28.010, 2.28.020, and 
               2.28.030 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               to redesignate the Personnel Department
               as the Human Resources Department and 
               the Personnel Director as the Human 
               Resources Director.
               Fact Sheet (10K)

44)  14-152    Repealing Chapter 5.44 of the Lincoln 
               Municipal Code, ("Sidewalks Snow Removal
               and Cleaning Businesses")relating to 
               permits for operating motor-powered snow
               removal or sidewalk cleaning equipment 
               on sidewalks within the city.
               Fact Sheet (10K)


RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 45 THRU 53 HAD 1ST READING)

45)  14R-296   Comp. Plan Amendment 14005 - Application 
               of the Planning Director to amend the
               2040 Lincoln-Lancaster County Comprehensive
               Plan to add the "South Salt Creek
               Watershed Master Plan" to the list of 
               approved subarea plans and to the list 
               of adopted watershed studies.(Related
               Items: 14R-296, 14R-297, 14R-298)
               Fact Sheet (5M)

46)  14R-297   Comp. Plan Amendment 14006 - Application
               of the Planning Director to amend the 
               2040 Lincoln-Lancaster County Comprehensive
               Plan to add the "Haines Branch Watershed 
               Master Plan" to the list of approved 
               subarea plans and to the list of adopted
               watershed studies.(Related Items: 14R-296,
               14R-297, 14R-298)
               Fact Sheet (5M)

47)  14R-298   Comp. Plan Amendment 14007 - Application
               of the Planning Director to amend the 
               2040 Lincoln-Lancaster County 
               Comprehensive Plan to add the "Middle
               Creek Watershed Master Plan" to the 
               list of approved subarea plans and to 
               the list of adopted watershed studies.
               (Related Items: 14R-296, 14R-297, 
               14R-298)
               Fact Sheet (5M)

48)  14R-299   Amending the Lincoln-Lancaster County
               Air Pollution Control Regulations and
               Standards to assure consistency with
               Federal and State air quality regulations.
               Fact Sheet (66K)
               Attachment (22M)

49)  14R-300   Approving a Contract Agreement between
               the City of Lincoln, Lancaster County,
               Lincoln-Lancaster County Public Building 
               Commission, and Jacobsen Fire Equipment
               for the annual requirements for Fire 
               Extinguisher Inspection, Testing, and 
               Maintenance, pursuant to Bid No. 14-239, 
               for a four year term. (Consent)
               Fact Sheet (78K)
               Attachment (5M)


50)  14R-301   Approving a Contract Agreement between 
               the City of Lincoln, Aging Partners, 
               and Philips Lifeline for monitoring 
               services and equipment purchase for a 
               three year term with the option to renew
               for two additional one year terms.
               Fact Sheet (116K)
               Attachment (1M)

51)  14R-302   Approving an Agreement between the 
               City of Lincoln and Community CROPS
               to operate an Urban Garden at the 
               west end of Peter Pan Park generally
               located between 30th and 32nd Street
               and Apple and W Streets for a four 
               year term.
               Fact Sheet (229K)
               Attachment (1M)

52)  14R-303   Amending the Section 2, Article IV of
               the Bylaws of the City of Lincoln 
               Veterans Memorial Garden Advisory Council
               relating to appointments to fill vacancies
               to the Veterans' Memorial Garden Council.
               Fact Sheet (11K)

53)  14R-304   Approving a Contract Agreement between
               the City of Lincoln and RW Trucking for 
               the annual requirements for Transporting 
               Dewatered Municipal Biosolids, pursuant to
               Bid No. 14-228, for a three year term with
               the option to renew for one additional 
               one year term.
               Fact Sheet (80K)
               Attachment (6M)
               (Consent)

PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

54)  14R-278   Adopting the Lincoln Electric System Annual
               Budget for 2015 to become effective 
               January 1, 2015. (Action:12/8/14)
               Fact Sheet (103K)
               Attachment (2M)


PENDING LIST  (EXTENDED TWO WEEKS)

55)  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 (13K)
               Attachment (134K)

56)  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 (2M)

57)  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 (2M)

58)  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)

59)  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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     HELD ON NOVEMBER 17TH &
     24TH.

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