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        ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2015 AT 3:00 P.M.

                  ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT COOK

                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)  15R-54    Reappointing Tim Francis, James McKee, and Greg Munn to
               the Historic Preservation Commission for terms expiring
               April 15, 2018. (ADOPTED, 6-0;  A-88807)

 2)            Clerk's letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolutions and
               Ordinances passed by the City Council on March 9, 2015.
               (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 3)            Setting the hearing date of Monday April 6, 2015 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of Brewsky's Food &
               Spirits Haymarket Inc. dba Brewsky's Food & Spirits to
               add Catering to their existing Class I Liquor License
               located at 201 N. 8th Street.(ADOPTED, 6-0;  A-88808)

 4)            Setting the hearing date of Monday April 6, 2015 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of Fat Ferg's BBQ Barn LLC
               dba Fat Ferg's BBQ Barn for a Class I Liquor License
               located at 736 W. Cornhusker Highway.(ADOPTED, 6-0;
               A-88809)

 5)  MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE 

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 6)            Application of JSD, LLC dba Huskerville Pub & Pizza for
               a special designated license to cover an outdoor area
               measuring approximately 65 feet by 45 feet at 2805 NW
               48th Street on May 16, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to
               2:00 a.m. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-88810)

 7)            Application of Zipline Brewing Co., LLC dba Zipline
               Brewing Co. for a special designated license to cover
               an outdoor area measuring approximately 36 feet by 72
               feet at 2100 Magnum Circle on April 11, 2015 from 1:00
               p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-88811)

 8)            Application of Zipline Brewing Co., LLC dba Zipline
               Brewing Co. for a special designated license to cover
               an outdoor area measuring approximately 36 feet by 72
               feet at 2100 Magnum Circle, Suite 1 on May 1, 2015 from
               3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-88812)

 9)            Application of Omaha Exposition & Racing dba Lincoln
               Race Course for a special designated license to cover
               outdoor areas measuring approximately 45 feet by 80
               feet and 17 feet by 70 feet at 7055 South 1st Street
               on April 30-May 3, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-88813)

10)            Application of Parker's Rib Ranch, Inc. dba Parker's
               Smokehouse to expand its Class IK liquor license to
               include an additional licensed area described as a one
               story irregular shaped building approximately 110 feet
               by 100 feet including walk-in cooler approximately 8
               feet by 18 feet at 8341 O Street.(ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL,
               6-0; A-88814)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

11)  15R-55    Amending the FY 14/15 CIP to authorize and appropriate
               $374,000.00 in TIF funds for the Swanson Russell
               Redevelopment Project. (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-88815)

12)  15R-46    Authorizing acceptance of the low bid to Bryne & Jones,
               which is in excess of 25% over the estimate for the
               36th & Gladstone Paving District No. 2631.
               (3/2/15 - Public Hearing & Action cont'd 1 week to
               3/9/15)   (3/9/15 - Public Hearing & Action
               con'd 1 week to 3/16/15) (3/16/15 - Public
               Hearing & Action cont'd 1 week to 3/23/15)
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-88816)

13)  15R-50    Approving an Advertising Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln Parks and Recreation City Golf Courses and
               Bench Craft Company which will provide revenue from
               advertisement at all five municipal golf courses and
               will provide score cards, benches, and other supplies
               and equipment for each course at no cost.  (3/16/15
               - Public Hearing & Action cont'd 1 week to 3/23/15)
              (MTA #1 TO ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE AGREEMENT, ADOPTED, 6-0;
               MTA #2 ADOPTED, 6-0; ADOPTED AS AMENDED, 6-0; A-88817) 
               Fact Sheet (65K)
               Attachment (466K)
               Motion To Amend (6K)
               Motion To Amend (494K)

PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)
(ITEMS 14 THRU 17 HAD 2ND READING)

14)  15-45     Approving the Lease Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln, Nebraska Golf and Turf, and Exchange Bank
               for the lease of 120 golf carts and five utility
               vehicles for use by the Lincoln Parks and
               Recreation Golf Division.
               Fact Sheet (33K)
               Attachment (1116K)

15)  15-42     Annexation 15002 - Amending the Lincoln Corporate
               Limits Map by annexing approximately 10.27 acres
               of property generally located at Tallgrass Parkway
               and Aster Road. (Related Items: 15-42, 15-43)
               Fact Sheet (4789K)

16)  15-43     Change of Zone 05085B - Amending the Fallbrook
               Planned Unit Development by expanding the boundary
               of the PUD by approximately 10.27 acres; approving
               a change of zone on said 10.27 acres from AG
               Agricultural District to R-3 Residential District;
               designating said 10.27 acres as a Planned Unit
               Development District; and approving an amended
               development plan which proposes modifications to 
               the Zoning Ordinance and Land Subdivision Ordinance
               to allow a townhouse development east of Tallgrass
               Parkway consisting of 36 dwelling units, on property
               generally located at Tallgrass Parkway and Aster Road.
               (Related Items: 15-42, 15-43)
               Fact Sheet (4331K)

17)  15-44     Approving the transfer of unspent and unencumbered
               appropriations and cash (if any) between certain
               capital improvement projects within the Street
               Construction Fund for the Public Works & Utilities
               Department.
               Fact Sheet (77K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


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

18)  15-36     Annexation 15001 - Amending the Lincoln Corporate
               Limits Map by annexing approximately 22.5 acres of
               property generally located at North 94th Street 
               and Adams Street. (Related Items: 15-36, 15-37)
               (3/2/15 - Public Hearing delayed to 3/16/15)
               (PASSED, 6-0; #20172)
               Fact Sheet (1350K)
               Attachment (1473K)

19)  15-37     Change of Zone 05054B - Application of Starostka-
               Lewis, to amend the Prairie Village North Planned
               Unit Development to expand the area of the PUD, by
               changing the zoning from AG Agricultural District
               to R-3 Residential District PUD and for approval
               of amendments to the development plan to allow for
               an additional 155 lots for residential dwelling
               units, on property generally located at North
               90th Street and Adams Street. (Related Items: 
               15-36, 15-37)  (3/2/15 - Public Hearing delayed to 
               3/16/15)  (PASSED, 6-0; #20173)  
               Fact Sheet (2422K)
               Attachment (1714K)


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

RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 20 THRU 25 HAD 1ST READING)

20)  15R-56    Accepting the report of new and pending claims against
               the City and approving disposition of claims set forth
               for the period of March 1-15, 2015.
               Fact Sheet (10K)
               Attachment (71K)

21)  15R-59    Waiving weed assessments on a 65 foot by 37.5 foot
               sliver of land, generally located at 4625 High Street.
               (Consent)
               Fact Sheet (64K)
               Attachment (114K)

22)  15R-60    Approving a Contract Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and Moore Medical, LLC for the annual supply of
               Medical, Surgical, and First Aid Supplies to be used by
               various City departments, pursuant to NJPA RFP #080614-
               MML, for a four year term effective upon execution by
               all the parties.(Consent)
               Fact Sheet (81K)
               Attachment (3724K)

23)  15R-61    Approving a Contract Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln and Alamar Uniforms for the annual requirements
               for Uniform Clothing for Animal Control Officers,
               Pursuant to Quote No. 5030, for a four-year term.(Consent)
               Fact Sheet (72K)
               Attachment (2251K)

24)  15R-57   Comp. Plan Conformance 15001 - Approving an amendment
               to the Van Dorn Redevelopment Plan to add the "Robber's
               Cave Project" to include the construction of an approximately
               9,000 square foot building and restoration and re-opening
               of Robber's Cave on approximately 1.5 acres of area, 
               generally located at 3235 South 10th Street.
               Fact Sheet (3757K)
               Attachment (5690K)

25)  15R-58    Comp. Plan Conformance 15002 - Approving an amendment
               to the Lincoln Center Redevelopment Plan to add the
               "South Haymarket Redevelopment Project" to increase the
               availability of on and off street parking in an area
               generally located from South 7th Street to South 9th
               Street, N Street to J Street, and approximately 3.5 
               acres of land lying southwest of the intersection of 
               South 7th Street and N Street and including all adjacent
               rights-of-way.
               Fact Sheet (6133K)
               Attachment (7682K)

ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (as required)
(ITEMS 26 AND 27 HAD 1ST READING)

26)  15-41     Amending Title 4 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to Boards and Commissions to create a new
               Chapter 4.70 entitled "City Performance Audit
               Committee" to establish a performance auditing
               committee directly answerable to the City Council,
               in order to do independent assessments of the
               performance of City government organizations,
               programs, activities, and functions; in order to
               improve public accountability; and to facilitate
               decision making by parties with responsibility to
               initiate corrective action. (3/16/15 - Introduced 
               delayed 1 week to 3/23/15)
               Fact Sheet (72K)

27)  15-46     Amending Chapter 2.04 of the Lincoln Municipal
               Code relating to the City Council by amending
               Section 2.04.010 to revise, delete and add to the
               Rules of the Council pertaining to the Organization 
               of the Council, the Duties of the Chair of the Council,
               and the Rules of Council Decorum, Debate, and Procedure,
               to set forth and clarify the current practices of the 
               City Council; deleting Section 2.04.020 relating to 
               Public Hearings in order to reorganize the provisions
               of said section into new sections 2.04.025, Meetings,
               Closed Sessions, and new section 2.04.040, Audible
               Devices Prohibited; and amending Section 2.04.030
               to clarify the number of votes required for final
               action on a bill or motion.
               Fact Sheet (73K)

PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN - NONE


PENDING LIST - NONE



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.  INDIVIDUALS ARE ALLOWED A TOTAL
     OF 5 MINUTES TO SPEAK REGARDLESS OF THE NUMBER OF TOPICS. FOR
     THE MONTH OF MARCH, OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD
     ON MARCH 9TH & 23RD.


ADJOURNMENT	4:36 P.M.

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