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       ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
             MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016 AT 3:00 P.M.


       DUE TO THE OBSERVANCE OF PRESIDENT'S DAY, THE CITY 
       COUNCIL WILL NOT MEET ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2016

                   ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

                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)  16R-11    Approving a Contract between the City of Lincoln and
               Ash Fire & Safety Co. for Fire Extinguisher Inspection,
               Testing, and Maintenance, pursuant to Bid No. 15-263,
               for a four-year term. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89468)
               Fact Sheet (49K)
               Attachment (1951K)

 2)  16R-12    Approving a Contract between the City of Lincoln and
               LanguageLinc, LLC Interpreter Services for On-Site
               Interpreters on an as-needed basis, for a four-year
               term with option to renew for one additional four-year
               term. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89469)
               Fact Sheet (50K)              
               Attachment (686K)

 3)  16R-14    Approving appropriations in the amount of $159,432.00
               from the operation of keno lottery funds for various
               human services (round 40). (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89470)
               Fact Sheet (79K)
               Attachment (140K)

 4)  16R-17    Approving a Contract between the City of Lincoln and
               Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company for Data 
               Communications Products and Services, pursuant to
               WSCA-NASPO Master Agreement No. AR1464, State of
               Nebraska Contract No. 14167 OC, for a term effective
               upon the City's execution of this contract through May
               31, 2019 in the amount of $175,000.00. (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-89471)
               Fact Sheet (48K)
               Attachment (1751K)

 5)            Resolution setting the interest rate and levying the
               assessments of the Board of Equalization held Monday,
               January 25, 2016 for Water District 1206, Water
               District 1207, and Paving District 2632. (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-89472)

 6)            Report of Board of Equalization to the City Council on
               Group I, 2016: Water District 1206, Water District 1207, 
               and Paving District 2632. (PLACED ON FILE)

 7)            Report from City Treasurer of City Cash on Hand at the
               Close of Business December 31, 2015. (PLACED ON FILE)


 8)            Lincoln Electric System Financial and Operating Statement 
               for December, 2015. (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 9)            PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:
               Administrative Amendment No. 16001 to Use Permit No. 
               123E, Landmark Corporate Center, approved by the 
               Planning Director on January 19, 2016, requested by 
               Olsson Associates, to transfer 50,000 square feet of 
               "Retail" from Lot 13 to Lot 16 and 60,000 square feet 
               of "Warehouse" from Lot 16 to Lot 13, generally located 
               at N. 33rd Street and Ox Bow Circle.

10)       MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

11)            Application of Brickway, LLC dba Inglenook for a Class
               C liquor license at 728 Q Street, Suite B. (ADOPTED FOR 
               APPROVAL; CAMP ABSTAINED; 6-0; A-89473)

12)            Manager Application of Matthew T. Taylor for Brickway,
               LLC dba Inglenook at 728 Q Street, Suite B. (ADOPTED 
               FOR APPROVAL; CAMP ABSTAINED; 6-0; A-89474)

13)            Application of Boiler Brewing Company, LLC dba Boiler
               Brewing Company for a Class L liquor license at 129
               North 10th Street, Suite 8. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 
               7-0; A-89475)

14)            Manager Application of Thad M. Aerts for Boiler Brewing
               Company, LLC dba Boiler Brewing Company at 129 North
               10th Street, Suite 8. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; 
               A-89476)

15)            Application of GNS Corporation dba Cappy's for a
               special designated license to cover an outdoor area
               measuring approximately 20 feet by 40 feet and an
               indoor area measuring approximately 85 feet by 85 feet
               at Gala Reception Hall at 2602 Park Boulevard on
               February 13, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. and March
               2-6, 2016 from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. (ADOPTED FOR 
               APPROVAL, 7-0; A-89477)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

16)  16R-13    Comp. Plan Conformance 15033 - Approving an amendment
               to the Antelope Valley Redevelopment Plan to add the
               "Antelope Square Redevelopment Project" to include the
               redevelopment of a portion of two blocks into 24
               attached, single-family, mixed-income residential
               units, on property generally located between Q Street,
               R Street, North 22nd Street, and North 23rd Street.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89478)
               Fact Sheet (5024K)
               Attachment (1523K)

17)  16R-15    Amending Resolution A-89384 approving Use Permit 107E
               to include deletion of the condition in Resolution A-
               78732 approving Use Permit 107 that at least 35,000
               square feet or 50% of the floor area of each building
               be occupied by a single tenant. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89479)
               Fact Sheet (53K)

18)  16R-16    Accepting the report of new and pending claims against
               the City and approving disposition of claims set forth
               for the period of January 1-15, 2016. (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-89480)
               Fact Sheet (30K)
               Attachment (68K)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
       (ITEM 19 HAD 2ND READING)

19)  16-3      Change of Zone 15039 - Application of Jeffery &
               Elizabeth Heerspink, to designate the Betz-VanAndel
               houses as a Landmark, changing the zoning district from
               R-7 Residential to R-7 Residential with Landmark
               Overlay, on property generally located at 1037-1039 and
               1045 South 13th Street.
               Fact Sheet (3751K)
               Attachment (234K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -
                                        

ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS

20)  16-1      Change of Zone 15030 - Application of Dan Dallman 
               for a change of zone from R-4 Residential District 
               to B-3 Commercial District on property generally 
               located at 711 and 725 South Street. (Related 
               Items: 16-1, 16R-7)  (PASSED, 7-0; #20288)
               Fact Sheet (4M)

21)  16R-7     Approving a Development and Conditional Zoning
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln and Danniel
               L. Dallman, Trustee of the Danniel L. Dallman
               Revocable Trust and Rebecca L. Dallman, Trustee of
               the Rebecca L. Dallman Revocable Trust to restrict
               use of the property under the proposed Change of
               Zone No. 15030 on property generally located at 711 
               and 725 South Street. (Related Items: 16-1, 16R-7)  
               (Action Date: 2/1/16)  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89481)
               Fact Sheet (24K)
               Attachment (4.3M)

22)  16-2      Change of Zone 15038 - Application of IBEW Local Union
               #265 for a change of zone from H-3 Highway Commercial
               District to O-3 Office Park District on property
               generally located at 6200 South 14th Street. (Related 
               Items: 16-2, 16R-8)  (PASSED, 7-0; #20289)
               Fact Sheet (3M)

23)  16R-8     Use Permit 15015 - Application of IBEW Local Union
               #265 for a use permit to allow for the construction 
               of a new 8,400 square foot building for a meeting 
               hall and offices, with a waiver to setbacks, on 
               property generally located at 6200 South 14th Street. 
               (Related Items: 16-2, 16R-8)  (Action Date: 2/1/16)  
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89482)
               Fact Sheet (3.1M)


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

24)  16R-18    Reappointing Emily Casper and Michele Tilley to the
               Urban Design Committee for terms expiring February 1,
               2019. (Consent)

25)  16R-19    Reappointing Jerry L. Hudgins and Vicki Huff to the
               Lincoln Electric System Administrative Board for terms
               expiring December 31, 2018. (Consent)

26)  16R-20    Appointing Doug Kreifels to the Board of Mechanical
               Examiners for a term expiring April 4, 2017. (Consent)
               Attachment (36K)

27)  16R-21    Appointing Melissa Wilkerson to the Veterans Memorial
               Garden Advisory Council for a term expiring November 1,
               2017. (Consent)
               Attachment (30K)

28)  16R-22    Approving a multi-year contract between Union College
               and the City of Lincoln on behalf of the Lincoln-
               Lancaster County Health Department to allow nursing 
               students to utilize service programs at the Lincoln-
               Lancaster Health Department to fulfill requirements 
               of their community health nursing course for their 
               bachelor's degrees in nursing. (Consent)
               Fact Sheet (67K)
               Attachment (267K)

29)  16R-26    Directing submittal to the electors of the City a
               proposed Charter Amendment amending Article VII,
               Section 2 of the Charter relating to contracts for
               professional services to provide that the City Council
               may, by ordinance, establish procedures and criteria to
               be followed by the mayor, department heads, and the
               purchasing division in selecting firms or other entities 
               to provide professional services and in making and 
               approving awards and contracts therefor.
               Fact Sheet (53K)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
      (ITEMS 30 THROUGH 34 HAD 1ST READING)

30)  16R-24    Establishing an Enhanced Employment Area necessary 
               to impose an occupation tax as part of a Development
               Project at SouthPointe Pavilions. (Related Items:
               16R-24, 16-4, 16R-25, 16-5, 16R-23) (Action Date: 
               2/22/16)
               Fact Sheet (59K)
               Attachment (580K)

31)  16-4      Authorizing a one percent (1%) occupation tax,
               effective January 1, 2017, on gross receipts for retail
               establishments at SouthPointe Pavilions within the
               designated Enhanced Employment Area to be used to pay
               for construction and maintenance of a public parking
               garage to be located at SouthPointe Pavilions. 
               (Related Items: 16R-24, 16-4, 16R-25, 16-5, 16R-23)
               Fact Sheet (83K)
               Attachment (594K)

32)  16R-25    Approving a Development Agreement between the City of
               Lincoln, R.E.D. Development, and Powder Mountain, LLC
               related to construction of a new Scheels store and
               other retail space at SouthPointe Pavilions in addition
               to public parking garage within SouthPointe Pavilions.
               (Related Items: 16R-24, 16-4, 16R-25, 16-5, 16R-23) 
               (Action Date: 2/22/16)
               Fact Sheet (53K)
               Attachment (3964K)

33)  16-5      Authorizing the issuance of City of Lincoln SouthPointe
               Pavilions Project Tax Allocation Bonds in an amount not
               to exceed $19,950,000. (Related Items: 16R-24, 16-4,
               16R-25, 16-5, 16R-23)
               Fact Sheet (58K)

34)  16R-23    Combined Special Permit/Use Permit 11H - Application of
               RED Capital Management, LLC and Powder Mountain, LLC to
               reflect the redevelopment of several areas of the
               SouthPointe Pavilions shopping center, including an
               increase in floor area, a reduction in the parking
               requirement, and an increase in building height located
               at the northeast corner of South 27th Street and Pine
               Lake Road.  (Related Items: 16R-24, 16-4, 16R-25,
               16-5, 16R-23) (Action Date: 2/22/16)
               Fact Sheet (16295K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

35)  15R-245   Appeal by Carl Eskridge of the StarTran Advisory Board
               action approving the Transit Development Plan (TDP) and
               the near-term route changes that are part of the TDP.
               (12/14/15 - Public Hearing & Action continued to 2/8/16)
               Fact Sheet (64K)
               Attachment (20M)


PENDING LIST - (EXTENDED ONE WEEK)

36)  15-134    Amending Chapter 2.06 of the Lincoln Municipal Code
               relating to the Mayor's authority to execute contracts
               by adding a new section numbered 2.06.120 requiring
               Council approval of non-bid contracts above $50,000.00. 
               (11/16/15 -Delay Action W/ Public Hearing 3 weeks to
               12/07/15)  (12/7/15 - Action Delayed w/ continued
               Public Hearing 1 week to 12/14/15, 7-0)  (12/14/15 -
               Action Delayed w/ continued Public Hearing to 1/11/16)
               (1/11/16 - Placed on Pending, No Date Certain)
               Fact Sheet (24K)


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 FEBRUARY, OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD ON
     FEBRUARY 8TH & 29TH.


ADJOURNMENT    4:30 P.M.


UPCOMING HEARINGS - NONE

     Hearing date of Monday, February 8, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Manager Application of Michelle Cobb for Kinseth Hotel
     Corporation dba Residence Inn at 5865 Boboli Lane.

     Hearing date of Monday, February 8, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Manager Application of Miranda R. Lies for Kinseth Hotel
     Corporation dba Hampton Inn at 7343 Husker Circle.

     Hearing date of Monday, February 8, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Manager Application of Fredric F. Frost for Sam's West Inc dba
     Sam's Club #4873 at 8480 Andermatt Drive.

     Hearing date of Monday, February 8, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Manager Application of Kenneth C. Iverson for Richmond Rollins
     LLC dba Barry's Bar at 235 North 9th Street.

     Hearing date of Monday, February 8, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Application of Hopcat-Lincoln LLC dba Hopcat for a Class C Liquor
     License at 601 P Street.


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