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          ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2016 AT 3:00 P.M.

                      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)            Approving the Distribution of Funds Representing
               Interest Earnings on Short-term Investments of Idle
               Funds During the Month Ended January 31, 2016.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89543)

 2)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolution and
               Ordinances Passed by City Council on February 29, 2016. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)

 3)            Report from City Treasurer of City Cash on Hand at the
               Close of Business January 31, 2016. (PLACED ON FILE)

 4)            Report from City Treasurer of Franchise Fees from Black
               Hills Corporation for the month of January, 2016. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)

 5)            Report from City Treasurer of 911 Surcharges for the
               months of December, 2015 and January, 2016. (PLACED ON 
               FILE) 

 6)            Report regarding settlement agreement under Neb. Rev.
               Stat. §84-713 (Non-Tort Claims) with Jonna Conlon. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 7)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, March 28, 2016 at
               5:30 p.m. on the Application of Home Grocery Express
               Inc dba Gala Events for a Class I Liquor License at
               2602 Park Blvd. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89544)

 8)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, March 28, 2016 at
               5:30 p.m. on the Application of Blue Blood Brewing
               Company Inc. dba Blue Blood Brewing Company for a
               change of location for their existing Class C Liquor
               License from 500 W. South St. to 925 Robbers Cave.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89545)

 9)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, March 28, 2016 at
               5:30 p.m. on the Application of Blue Blood Brewing
               Company Inc. dba Blue Blood Brewing Company for a
               change of location for their existing Class LK Liquor
               License from 500 W. South St. to 925 Robbers Cave.
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89546) 

10)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, March 28, 2016 at
               5:30 p.m. on the Manager Application of Brooke L
               Schumacher for Wadsworth Old Chicago Inc dba Old
               Chicago at 826 P St. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89547)

11)            REFERRED TO THE PLANNING DEPT.:
               Text Amendment No. 16003, requested by Lincoln
               Electric System, amending the City of Lincoln Design
               Standards to add Chapter 3.100, Design Standards for
               Outdoor Lighting, providing design standards for the
               installation of outdoor luminaires; revisions to
               Section 3 amending the definition of "Lumen, Luminaire
               and Mounting height; amending Subsection 6.2 to refer
               to the latest addition of the cited IESNA Standard;
               amending subsections 6.3 and 6.4 to require LED light
               sources for local residential streets and to further
               require under 6.4 certain specified street light
               intensity, and to amend subsection 6.7 to refer to
               roadway luminaires instead of street lights, and
               repealing Sections 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, and 12 of Chapter
               3.100 as hitherto existing.
               Text Amendment No. 16005, requested by the City of 
               Lincoln, amending Section 26.27.005 of the Lincoln
               Municipal Code relating to the minimum required
               improvements within a final plat to provide that the
               City may encourage and promote the installation of 
               new minimum required improvements not required in a
               previously approved final plat by agreeing to 
               subsidize the increased cost of the new minimum 
               required improvement in accordance with specific 
               criteria adopted by resolution of the City Council; 
               and repealing Section 26.27.005 of the Lincoln 
               Municipal Code as hitherto existing.
               Change of Zone No. 16002, requested by Design
               Associates of Lincoln, from H-3 Highway Commercial
               District to I-1 Industrial District, on property
               generally located at 232 & 242 SW 31st Street.
               Change of Zone No. 16004, requested by Starostka-
               Lewis, LLC, from B-2 (Planned Neighborhood Business 
               District) to R-3 (Residential District), on property 
               generally located at North 89th and Fremont Street.
               Change of Zone No. 16005, requested by Austin Realty 
               Investments, from H-2 (Highway Business District) to 
               B-5 (Planned Regional Business District), on property 
               generally located at 225 North Cotner Boulevard.
               Pre-Existing Special Permit No. 23H,requested by
               Nebraska Wesleyan University,, amending Special 
               Permit No. 23 to expand boundaries for construction 
               of a 3-story education building of approximately 
               75,000 square feet, more or less, to include additional
               parking on the NE corner of 49th Street and Baldwin
               Avenue, and a waiver of the 35-foot height restriction
               applicable in the R-6 zoning district to allow up to 
               46 feet in height, on property generally located at 
               North 50th Street and Huntington Avenue.
               Pre-Existing Use Permit No. 3AG, requested by Austin 
               Realty Investments, to amend the boundary of the 
               Gateway Mall Use Permit by adding the property at 
               225 North Cotner Boulevard for authority to construct 
               up to 153 units of multi-family housing or to construct 
               a mix of residential units and up to 20,000 commercial 
               space including waivers to the maximum building height 
               from 40 feet to 55 feet and to reduce parking requirements 
               from 2 to 1.4 stalls per unit on property generally 
               located at 225 North Cotner Boulevard.

12)            PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:
               Administrative Amendment No. 16010 to Final Plat No. 
               15014, Bronco Hills Estates 2nd Addition, approved
               by the Planning Director on March 1, 2016, requested 
               by Civil Design Group, to accept the Affidavit of 
               Surveyor to correct typographical errors on the Final 
               Plat, generally located at S.W. 56th Street and W.
               Denton Road.
               Administrative Amendment No. 16011 to Final Plat
               No. 14085, Bronco Hills Estates 1st Addition, approved 
               by the Planning Director on March 1, 2016, requested 
               by Civil Design Group, to accept the Affidavit of 
               Surveyor to correct typographical errors on the 
               Final Plat, generally located at SW 56th Street and 
               Denton Road.

            
13)       MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

14)            Manager Application of Kelly M. Gimm for Levy Premium
               Foodservice, LP dba Levy Restaurants at Haymarket Park
               at 403 Line Drive Circle. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0;
               A-89548)

15)            Manager Application of Ronald D. Svasek for CEC
               Entertainment dba Chuck E. Cheeses at 221 North
               66th Street. (PUBLIC HEARING & ACTION CONTINUED  
               TO 3/21/16, 7-0)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

16)  16R-42    Accepting the report of new and pending claims against
               the City and approving disposition of claims set forth
               for the period of February 16 - 29, 2016. (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-89549)
               Fact Sheet (30K)
               Attachment (68K)

17)  16R-43    Special Permit 1762E - Application of Pine Lake
               Development, LLC to amend the Vintage Heights Community
               Unit Plan to increase the number of dwelling units from
               964 to 990, on property generally located at South 98th
               Street and Old Cheney Road. (Related Items: 16R-43, 
               16R-44)  (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89550)
               Fact Sheet (6897K)

18)  16R-44    Approving the Vintage Heights CUP Pump Station and
               Force Main Agreement between the City of Lincoln and
               Pine Lake Development, LLC associated with Special
               Permit No. 1762E regarding the pump station and force
               main to be conveyed to and operated by the City to
               sewer 85 additional dwelling units within the existing
               Vintage Heights CUP. (Related Items: 16R-43, 16R-44)
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89551)
               Fact Sheet (52K)
               Attachment (473K)

19)  16-16     Amending Title 2 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating 
               to Officers, Departments and Personnel by adding a new 
               Section numbered 2.04.060 requiring the reporting of 
               contracts to the City Council and adding a new Section 
               2.18.080 requiring the pre-qualification of firms 
               providing services to the City. (2/29/16 - Public 
               Hearing & Action Delayed 2 Weeks to 3/14/16) 
               (SUBSTITUTE ORDINANCE ACCEPTED, 7-0; PASSED, 7-0; 
               #20303)
               Fact Sheet (41K)
               MTA #2 (44K)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
     (ITEMS 20 THROUGH 25 HAD 2ND READING)

20)  16-18     Street & Alley Vacation 15006 - Vacating South 50th 
               Street between A Street and Everett Street and Everett 
               Street and Washington Street between South 50th Street 
               and South 52nd Street. (Related Items: 16-18, 16R-45)
               Fact Sheet (4747K)
               Attachment (181K)

21)  16R-45    Special Permit 1219M - Application of Bryan Medical
               Center to construct a 93,286 square foot medical office
               building, parking, and green space, and a waiver to
               increase the building height of the district, for
               expansion of Bryan Medical Center East Campus, on
               property generally located at South 50th Street and A
               Street. (Related Items: 16-18, 16R-45) (Action Date: 
               3/21/16)
               Fact Sheet (5236K)

22)  16R-46    Approving the Telegraph District Phase I Redevelopment
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln, EaDo, LLC, and
               401 Building, LLC relating to the redevelopment of
               properties generally located at 401 South 21st Street
               and 333 South 21st Street for renovation of two existing 
               structures, and related improvements, to be used for 
               office, retail, and parking. (Related Items: 16R-46, 
               16R-47, 16-19)  (Action Date: 3/21/16)
               Fact Sheet (11K)
               Attachment (10943K)

23)  16R-47    Amending the FY 15/16 CIP to authorize and appropriate
               $1,617,558 in TIF funds for the Telegraph District Phase 
               I Project. (Related Items: 16R-46, 16R-47, 16-19) (Action 
               Date: 3/21/16)
               Fact Sheet (11K)

24)  16-19     Authorizing the issuance of Tax Allocation Bonds for the 
               Telegraph District Phase I Redevelopment Project. (Related 
               Items: 16R-46, 16R-47, 16-19)
               Fact Sheet (11K)

25)  16-20     Approving the Lease Agreement between the City of Lincoln, 
               Nebraska Golf and Turf, and Bruning State Bank for the Lease 
               of 120 Golf Carts and five utility vehicles for use by the 
               Lincoln Parks and Recreation Golf  Division.
               Fact Sheet (11202K)
               Attachment (364411K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS

26)  16-17     Text Amendment 16001 - Amending Chapter 27.59 of the 
               Lincoln Municipal Code relating to Airport Zoning 
               Regulations to extend the approach zone from 3 miles 
               to a new limit of 10 miles, establish the area included 
               within the airport hazard area, revise existing definitions 
               and add new definitions, and other changes to be in 
               accordance with the passage of Nebraska Legislative Bill 
               140, and repealing Sections 27.59.010 through 27.59.040, 
               27.59.060 through 27.59.090, 27.59.110, 27.59.120, 27.59.140, 
               and 27.59.150 of the Lincoln Municipal Code as hitherto 
               existing. (PASSED, 7-0; #20304) 
               Fact Sheet (356K)
               Attachment (8602K)


RESOLUTION - FOR ACTION ONLY

27)  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) 
               (2/8/16 - Action delayed for 4 weeks to 3/7/16) (2/29/16 
               - Action delayed 1 more week to 3/14/16) (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               MTA#2 ADOPTED, 7-0; VERBAL AMENDMENT ADOPTED, 7-0; ADOPTED 
               AS AMENDED, 7-0; A-89552)
               Fact Sheet (64K)
               Attachment (20M)


RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 28 THROUGH 32 HAD 1ST READING)

28)  16R-48    Reappointing Melissa Dirr Gengler and James Hewitt to
               the Historic Preservation Commission for terms expiring
               April 15, 2019. (Consent)

29)  16R-49    Reappointing Sue Oldfield to the Human Rights Commission 
               for a term expiring December 31, 2018. (Consent)

30)  16R-50    Authorizing the Mayor to execute a multi-year contract
               with funding appropriations coming from more than one
               fiscal year CIP for the Yankee Hill, 81st to Highway 2,
               Major Roadway Project, City Project No. 702869.
               Fact Sheet (50K)
               Attachment (222150K)

31)  16R-51    Authorizing the Mayor to execute a multi-year contract
               with funding appropriations coming from more than one
               fiscal year CIP for the Yankee Hill, 70th to 81st, Major 
               Roadway Project, City Project No. 701924.
               Fact Sheet (46K)
               Attachment (136735K)

32)  16R-52    Approving a Contract between the City of Lincoln and
               Motorola Solutions for a County-Wide Simulcast Trunked
               Radio System, pursuant to Bid No. 15-136.
               Fact Sheet (23K)
               Attachment (710K)


ORDINANCES - 1 ST  READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS  (ITEMS 33 & 34  HAD 1ST READING)

33)  16-21     Annexation 16001 - Amending the Lincoln Corporate Limits 
               Map by annexing approximately 28.87 acres of property 
               generally located at South 70th Street and Rokeby Road. 
               (Related Items 16-21, 16-22)
               Fact Sheet (3041K)
               Attachment (194K)

34)  16-22     Change of Zone 16001 - Application of Rokeby Holdings, 
               LLC for a change of zone from AG Agricultural District 
               to R-3 Residential District on property generally located 
               at South 70th Street and Rokeby Road. (Related Items 
               16-21, 16-22)
               Fact Sheet (3003K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

35)  16R-37    Special Permit 04016A   Appeal of Derek Schroeder and
               Derek Zimmerman from the Planning Commission's conditional 
               approval to construct a multi-story, climate-controlled 
               indoor self-storage building and increase the allowable 
               floor area to 197,200 sq. ft., on property generally 
               located at Northwoods Drive and Colby Street. (2/29/16 - 
               Public Hearing & Action continued to 3/28/16)
               Fact Sheet (5477K)


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)
               MTA#1 (289K)
               MTA#2 (313K)
               MTA#3 (260K)


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 14TH & 28TH.


ADJOURNMENT	5:45 P.M.


UPCOMING HEARINGS

     Hearing date of Monday, March 21, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. on the
     assessment of costs incurred by the City for building demolition
     located on property at 1709 N. 29th St. and 336 S. 27th St. and 
     assessment of fees & penalties for Neglected Buildings on property 
     located at 1609 S. 27th St., 226 S. 29th St., 2217 N. 67th St., 
     1344 D St., 3015 N St., 3275 Hitchcock, 7030 Yosemite Dr., 4543 
     St. Paul Ave., 1405 N. 15th St., 2000 W. Van Dorn St., 659 S. 
     19th St., 2511 R St., 2125 S. 14th St., 1709 N. 29th St.

     Hearing date of Monday, March 21, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Manager Application of Matthew T. Taylor for Topspin LLC dba
     Tavern on the Square at 816 P Street.

     Hearing date of Monday, March 21, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Application of Casey's Retail Company dba Casey's General Store
     #2973, holder of a Class D Liquor License, to allow for
     remodeling of the interior of the existing store at 3560 N.
     48th St., Suite 1.

     Hearing date of Monday, March 21, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the 
     Manager Application of Chris Rosiak for WBC Enterprises dba Night
     Owl Pub at 3233 ½ S. 13th Street.

     Hearing date of Monday, March 21, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Application of SDL LLC dba Hampton Inn & Suites for a Class I
     Liquor License at 1055 W. Bond Street.

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