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         ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD
                MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 2016 AT 2:30 P.M.

                     ALL MEMBERS PRESENT

                      PUBLIC NOTICE 
           AUGUST 8, 2016 - 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 2016/18 Biennial Operating Budget, and Capital Improvement 
Program for 2016/17- 2021/22 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 10, 
2016, at 3:00 p.m. to take Action on the Mayor's Recommended Biennial Budget

RECONSIDERATION - ORDINANCE -20359

     16-73     Street & Alley Vacation 16003 - Vacating a portion of the west 
               one-half of South 98th Street right-of-way south of the intersection 
               with Andermatt Drive.  (PASSED, 7-0; #20359) (RECONSIDERED FOR ACTION 
               ON 08/15/16, 7-0)
               Fact Sheet (2462K)
               Attachment (291K)
               MTA
               

                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)            Mayor's Veto Message on Ordinance No. 20363 - Amending 
               Chapter 8.32 of the Lincoln Municipal Code to increase 
               recycling in Lincoln by requiring waste haulers to offer 
               curbside recycling service to customers, diverting 
               corrugated cardboard and other paper recyclables away from 
               the landfill, increasing capacity of the free City recycling 
               drop off sites, improving data tracking on recycling, and 
               implementing a community wide recycling education campaign. 
               (PLACED ON FILE, 7-0)

 2)            Approving the distribution of funds representing
               interest earnings on short-term investments of Idle
               Funds during the month ended June 30, 2016.(ADOPTED,
               7-0; A-89898)

 3)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolution and
               Ordinances Passed by City Council on July 27, 2016. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)

 4)            Report from City Treasurer of city cash on hand at the
               close of business on July 27, 2016.(PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 5)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, August 22, 2016 at 
               3:00 p.m. on the Manager Application of Geng Ye for LAM 
               KUAI FANG, LLC dba Perfect Diner at 2855 North 27th 
               Street.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89899)

 6)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, August 22, 2016 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Manager Application of Senay
               Ghebreyohannes for Temenay Corp. Dba Mum's Liquor at
               2202 O Street.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89900)

 7)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, August 22, 2016 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of Zipline Brewing Co.,
               LLC dba Zipline Brewing Co., LLC for a Class AB Liquor
               License at 5740 Hicote Drive. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89901)

 8)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, August 22, 2016 at
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of BJB Ventures, LLC dba
               Rabbit Hole Bakery for a Class C Liquor License at 800
               Q Street.(ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89902)

 9)            THE FOLLOWING WERE REFERRED TO THE PLANNING DEPT:
               Pre-Existing Special Permit No. 28D, requested by Union 
               College, to expand the boundary of the Pre-Existing 
               Special Permit for Union College and amend the signage 
               plan to show additional signs on the southeast corner 
               of South 48th Street and Prescott Avenue, with the 
               expanded boundary to include the area legally described 
               as Lots 1-16, Block 31, and Lots 5-12, Block 30, College 
               View and adjacent vacated rights of way along with 
               additional vacated right-of-way, all located in the 
               SE 1/4 of Section 5-9-7, Lincoln, Lancaster County, 
               Nebraska, generally located at South 48th Street and 
               Prescott Avenue.
               Special Permit No. 16031, requested by Sapp Bros., to 
               install an 18,000-gallon propane storage tank and pump, 
               on property legally described as Lot 1, Sapp Brothers 
               1st Addition, located in the SW 1/4 of Section 4-10-7, 
               Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, generally located 
               at 5925 Cornhusker Highway. The Planning Commission 
               action is final, unless appealed to the City Council.
               Special Permit No. 16035, requested by Stanford Madlock, 
               to allow for a small batch concrete dispensing unit on 
               existing trucking company site, on property legally 
               described as a part of Lot 2 of Polivka's Addition also 
               known as Arbor Road Second Addition, Condominium Unit 
               #6 Second Amendment, located in the NW 1/4 of Section 
               28-11-7, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, generally 
               located at 6120 Arbor Road. The Planning Commission 
               action is final, unless appealed to the City Council.

10)            PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:
               Administrative Amendment No. 16043 to Pre-Existing Special 
               Permit #28C, Union College, approved by the Planning Director 
               on July 28, 2016, to amend the campus signage plan to show 
               a new sign and a sign to be removed on the northeast corner 
               of South 48th Street and Prescott Avenue, generally located 
               at 3800 S. 48th Street.


11)       MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

12)            Application of Down the Hatch, Inc. for a special
               designated license to cover an outdoor area measuring
               approximately 30 feet by 80 feet at 5601 Northwest
               1st Street on August 13, 2016 from noon to 8:00 p.m. 
               (8/1/16 - Public Hearing & Action Cont'd to 8/8/16, 
               7-0) (REQUEST TO WITHDRAW)  (WITHDRAWN, 7-0; #38-4669)

13)            Application of MSKDJ, Inc. for a special designated
               license to cover an outdoor area measuring approximately 
               32 feet by 72 feet on the lawn south of building at 
               575 Fallbrook Boulevard on August 20, 2016 from 11:00 
               a.m. to midnight. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-89903)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS - NONE


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS - NONE
                         

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS

14)  16-78     Amending Section 12.08.270 of the Lincoln Municipal Code 
               to expand the list of outdoor and indoor city owned
               locations where alcoholic beverages can be served for 
               specific activities and events.(MTA#1 ADOPTED, 7-0; PASSED 
               AS AMENDED, 5-2; CHRISTENSEN, LAMM DISSENTING; #20364)
               Fact Sheet (767K)

                                                       
RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 15 THRU 23 HAD 1ST READING)

15)  16R-172   Reappointing Jane Raybould to the Public Building
               Commission for a term expiring August 1, 2020.

16)  16R-173   Reappointing Mary Sweeney to the Community Forestry
               Advisory Board for a term expiring August 14, 2019.

17)  16R-174   Appointing Kendall Weyers to the Community Forestry
               Advisory Board for a term expiring August 14, 2019.
               Attachment (192K)

18)  16R-175   Reappointing Craig Gies and David L. Johnson to the
               Building Code Board of Appeals for terms expiring 
               April 1, 2019.

19)  16R-176   Reappointing Janet Goodman Banks and Jason Hellbusch 
               to the Star Tran Advisory Board for terms expiring 
               October 20, 2019.

20)  16R-177   Appointing Shannon Rowen to the City Personnel Board
               for a term expiring June 22, 2021.
               Attachment (376K)

21)  16R-178   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, 2016.
               Fact Sheet (30K)
               Attachment (56K)

22)  16R-179   Approving the labor contract between the City of
               Lincoln and Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) for a term
               effective August 11, 2016 through August 31, 2018.
               Fact Sheet (195K)
               Attachment (278K)
               REDLINE

23)  16R-180   Adopting a comprehensive Open Data Initiative for timely 
               and consistent publication of public information that 
               fosters accessibility, accountability, transparency, and 
               innovation.
               Fact Sheet (214K)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS  (ITEMS 24 THRU 28 HAD 1ST 
       READING)

24)  16-81     Amending the pay schedules for certain employee groups 
               by adjusting the pay range schedules for employees whose 
               classifications are assigned to the pay ranges prefixed 
               by the letter "X" to be effective August 11, 2016.
               Fact Sheet (243K)
               Attachment (4635K)

25)  16-82     Amending the pay schedules for certain employee groups 
               by adjusting the pay range schedules for employees whose 
               classifications are assigned to the pay ranges prefixed 
               by the letter "E" to be effective August 11, 2016.
               Fact Sheet (239K)
               Attachment (1822K)

26)  16-83     Amending Chapter 2.76 of the Lincoln Municipal Code to 
               add language for the new unrepresented "W" group.
               Fact Sheet (227K)

27)  16-84     Ordinance creating a pay plan for employees in a pay 
               range prefixed by "W."    
               Fact Sheet (269K)
               Attachment (601K)

28)  16-85     Amending the pay schedule for the employee group whose 
               classifications are assigned to the pay range prefixed 
               by the letter "W" to delete the classifications of 
               "Employment Manager", "Public Utilities Administrator", 
               "Public Utilities Coordinator", "Antelope Valley Project 
               Manager", "Traffic Engineer", and "Assistant Planning
               Director."
               Fact Sheet (248K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

29)  16R-154   Approving a Contract between the City of Lincoln and
               Selectron Technologies, Inc. for an Integrated
               Interactive Voice Response System, pursuant to RFP 16-
               102, for a four year term with the option to renew for
               one additional one year term. (8/1/16 - Action delayed 
               to 9/12/16)
               Fact Sheet (298K)
               Attachment (2418K)


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 AUGUST, OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD ON
     AUGUST 15TH & 29TH.


ADJOURNMENT   2:52 P.M.


UPCOMING HEARINGS - NONE




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    IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
 THE CITY COUNCIL WILL RECONVENE & HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE
            ONE & SIX YEAR STREET & HIGHWAY PROGRAM,
     MAYOR'S RECOMMENDED 2016/18 BIENNIAL OPERATING BUDGET & 
      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR 2016/17 - 2021/2022, 
          AND THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCES & RESOLUTIONS
          DINNER BREAK: 6:00 P.M. - RECONVENE 6:30 P.M. 


	            COUNCIL RECONVENED AT 3:00 P.M.
COUNCIL TOOK A RECESS FROM 5:56 P.M. UNTIL 6:30 P.M. & THEN RECONVENED.


 1)  16R-155   Approving the One and Six Year Street and Highway
               Program, the 2016-2018 City of Lincoln Biennial Budget
               and the Capital Improvement Program for FY 2016-2018.
               (Action Date: 8/22/16)
               Fact Sheet (256K)
               Attachment (940K)

 2)  16R-156   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; recycling drop-off operations; and
               commercial composting operations. (Action Date: 8/08/16) 
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89904)
               Fact Sheet (297K)

 3)  16R-157   Approving the updated fees associated with Lincoln
               Municipal Code Chapter 8.06 Air Pollution, including
               open burning permits. (Action Date: 8/08/16)(ADOPTED, 
               7-0; A-89905)
               Fact Sheet (270K)

 4)  16R-158   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: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89906)
               Fact Sheet (297K)

 5)  16R-159   Approving 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: 8/08/16)(ADOPTED, 
               7-0; A-89907)
               Fact Sheet (294K)

 6)  16R-160   Approving 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; and food handler and food manager permit fees. 
               (Action Date: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89908)
               Fact Sheet (301K)

 7)  16R-161   Approving updated fees associated with Lincoln Municipal 
               Code Chapter 8.24 Noise Control Ordinance, including 
               noise variances. (Action Date: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-89909)
               Fact Sheet (268K)

 8)  16R-162   Approving updated fees associated with Lincoln Municipal 
               Code Chapter 8.32 Solid Wastes, including special waste 
               permit fees. (Action Date: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89910)
               Fact Sheet (281K)

 9)  16R-163   Approving updated fees associated with Lincoln Municipal 
               Code Chapter 8.38 Public Swimming Pools Ordinance, 
               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: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89911)
               Fact Sheet (311K)

10)  16R-164   Approving 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: 
               8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89912)
               Fact Sheet (290K)

11)  16R-165   Approving 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: 
               8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89913)
               Fact Sheet (346K)

12)  16R-166   Approving updated fees associated with Lincoln Municipal 
               Code Chapter 24.42 Regulation of Property Transfers with 
               Onsite Systems Code, including evaluation and review of 
               property transfer inspector reports; and 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:
               8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89914)
               Fact Sheet (332K)

13)  16R-167   Approving updated fees associated with Lincoln Municipal 
               Code Chapter 28.02 Regulations for Illicit Discharges, 
               including right of entry; inspection and detection; and 
               inspection fees. (Action Date: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-89915)
               Fact Sheet (330K)

14)  16R-168   Adopting the proposed amended Fee Schedule for application 
               reviews under Chapter 14.20, Title 26, and Title 27 of 
               the Lincoln Municipal Code and amendments to the Lincoln-
               Lancaster County Comprehensive Plan, and the implementation 
               of a portion of the fee supporting technology improvements 
               associated with application reviews and Comprehensive Plan 
               amendment, with an effective date of October 3, 2016. 
               (Action Date: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89916)
               Fact Sheet (573K)
               Attachment (459K)

15)  16R-169   Adopting a new fee schedule to increase the landfill user 
               fee from $17.75 per ton to $20.75 per ton, effective January 
               1, 2017 and to increase the landfill user fee from $20.75 per 
               ton to $23.75 per ton, effective January 1, 2018. (Action 
               Date: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 5-2; CAMP, LAMM DISSENTING; A-89917)
               Fact Sheet (396K)

16)  16R-170   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 2016/2017 and FY 
               2017/2018. (Action Date: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; 
               A-89918)
               Fact Sheet (423K)

17)  16R-171   Establishing a new rate schedule for 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 2016/2017 and FY 2017/2018. 
               (Action Date: 8/08/16) (ADOPTED, 6-1; CAMP DISSENTING; A-89919)

               Fact Sheet (406K)

18)  16-79     Approving the close out of completed construction projects 
               and transfer of unspent appropriations and cash (if any) from 
               various projects to projects where additional funding is needed 
               within the Public Works & Utilities Department, the Parks & 
               Recreation Department, and the Urban Development Department.  
               (Action: 8/15/16)
               Fact Sheet (276K)

19)  16-80     Amending Section 8.32.150 of the Lincoln Municipal Code to 
               increase the occupation tax from $11.00 per ton to $12.00 per 
               ton, effective January 1, 2017 and to increase the occupation 
               tax from $12.00 per ton to $13.00 per ton, effective January 1, 
               2018. (Action: 8/15/16)
               Fact Sheet (376K)


ADJOURNMENT   8:17 P.M.


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