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      ACTION FROM  THE  REGULAR  CITY  COUNCIL  MEETING  TO  BE  HELD
                   MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2016 AT 3:00 P.M.

                          ALL MEMBERS PRESENT


       MAYOR'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY, 2016 WAS
            PRESENTED TO TROY HASSEBROEK WITH FIRE AND RESCUE
         IN THE CATEGORY OF CUSTOMER RELATIONS AND PRODUCTIVITY.


                     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-172   Reappointing Jane Raybould to the Public Building Commission 
               for a term expiring August 1, 2020. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89920)

 2)  16R-173   Reappointing Mary Sweeney to the Community Forestry Advisory
               Board for a term expiring August 14, 2019. (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-89921)

 3)  16R-174   Appointing Kendall Weyers to the Community Forestry Advisory
               Board for a term expiring August 14, 2019. (ADOPTED, 7-0; 
               A-89922)
               Attachment (192K)

 4)  16R-175   Reappointing Craig Gies and David L. Johnson to the Building
               Code Board of Appeals for terms expiring April 1, 2019. 
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89923)

 5)  16R-176   Reappointing Janet Goodman Banks and Jason Hellbusch to the
               Star Tran Advisory Board for terms expiring October 20, 2019. 
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89924)

 6)  16R-177   Appointing Shannon Rowen to the City Personnel Board for a
               term expiring June 22, 2021. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89925)
               Attachment (376K)

 7)            Resolution Approving the City of Lincoln's Investment 
               Activity Report from the City Treasurer for the Third Quarter, 
               Fiscal Year, 2015 - 2016. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89926)

 8)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's approval of Resolution and Ordinances 
               passed by City Council on August 1, 2016. (PLACED ON FILE)

 9)            Report from City Treasurer of Franchise Fees from Black Hills 
               Corporation for the Month of June, 2016. (PLACED ON FILE)

10)            Report from City Treasurer of 911 Surcharges for the Month of 
               July, 2016. (PLACED ON FILE)

11)            Report from City Treasurer of Franchise Tax from Windstream. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

12)            PLACED ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:
               Administrative Amendment No. 16037 to Use Permit #05006, Grainger 
               Heights Use Permit, approved by the Planning Director on August 
               2, 2016, to adjust the lot dimensions and add three additional  
               lots, generally located at S. 40th Street and Grainger Parkway.
               Administrative Amendment No. 16040 to Change of Zone #15016, 
               Wilderness Creek PUD, approved by the Planning Director on 
               August 3, 2016, to revise the location of the common access 
               easement along the south lot line of Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, 
               provide a site plan for Lot 1, Block 4, modify the boundary of 
               Outlot A, and modify interior setbacks, generally located at S.
               40th Street and Yankee Hill Road.
               Administrative Amendment No. 16053 to Special Permit #16007, 
               Garage Rebuild, approved by the Planning Director on August 3, 
               2016, to increase the depth of the proposed garage from 21'2" 
               to 24'0", at 1821 S. 13th Street, generally located at S. 13th 
               Street and Rose Street.
               Administrative Amendment No. 16054 to Change of Zone #08066, 
               Antelope Village PUD, approved by the Planning Director on 
               August 8, 2016, to adjust the side yard setback on two lots and 
               to add a note that buildings shall not be allowed in Outlot A 
               and that lot lines shall not be reconfigured any closer to any
               structure within the development; all in Antelope Square 
               Addition, generally located at N. 22nd Street and Q Street.

13)       MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE.

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

14)            Application of Brewsky's Food & Spirits Haymarket, Inc. for a 
               special designated license to cover an outdoor area measuring 
               approximately 220 feet by 220 feet at Pioneers Park Nature 
               Center at 3201 South Coddington Avenue on August 27, 2016 from 
               3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-89927)

15)            Application of GNS Corp dba Cappy's for a special designated 
               license to cover an outdoor area measuring approximately 165 
               feet by 55 feet at Lincoln Racquet Club at 5300 Old Cheney Road 
               on August 26, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. (PUBLIC HEARING 
               AND ACTION CONT'D TO 8/22/16, 7-0)

16)            Application of D & S Operations dba Cigarz Lounge for a special 
               designated license to cover an outdoor area measuring approximately 
               130 feet by 20 feet and 100 feet by 200 feet at Cigarz 
               Lounge/Yowies Street/Q Street at 800 Q Street on August 27 & 28, 
               2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. (PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION 
               CONT'D TO 8/22/16, 7-0)
               Special Event

17)            Application of TP Lincoln for a special designated license to 
               cover an outdoor area measuring approximately 200 feet by 50 
               feet at Yowies Lodge at 800 Q Street on August 27 & 28, 2016 
               from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. (PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION 
               CONT'D TO 8/22/16, 7-0)
               Special Event

18)            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 27, 2016 from 
               noon to 8:00 p.m. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 7-0; A-89928)

19)            Application of Top Hat Tavern, LLC for a special designated 
               license to cover an outdoor area measuring approximately 40 feet 
               by 59 feet at 736 West Cornhusker Highway on August 27, 2016 
               from 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. (PUBLIC HEARING AND ACTION CONT'D 
               TO 8/22/16, 7-0)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

20)  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. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89929)
               Fact Sheet (30K)
               Attachment (56K)

21)  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. (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89930)
               Fact Sheet (195K)
               Attachment (278K)
               REDLINE

22)  16R-180   Adopting a comprehensive Open Data Initiative for timely and 
               consistent publication of public information that fosters 
               accessibility, accountability, transparency, and innovation. 
               (ADOPTED, 7-0; A-89931)
               Fact Sheet (214K)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
      (ITEMS 23 THRU 27 HAD 2ND READING)

23)  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)

24)  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)

25)  16-83     Amending Chapter 2.76 of the Lincoln Municipal Code to add 
               language for the new unrepresented "W" group.
               Fact Sheet (227K)

26)  16-84     Ordinance creating a pay plan for employees in a pay range 
               prefixed by "W."    
               Fact Sheet (269K)
               Attachment (601K)

27)  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)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS

28)   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) (PASSED, 7-0; #20365)
               Fact Sheet (276K)

29)  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) (LOST, 3-4; #38-4670; DISSENTING: 
               CAMP, CHRISTENSEN, FELLERS, LAMM)
               Fact Sheet (376K)


RECONSIDERATION

30)  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. (08/01/16 - Passed, 7-0; 
               #20359) (8/8/16 - Reconsidered for Action on 8/15/16) 
               (AMENDED, 7-0; RE-PASSED AS AMENDED, 7-0; #20359)
               Fact Sheet (2462K)
               Attachment (291K)
               Motion To Amend (7K)

                                                       
RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING  (ITEM 31 HAD 1ST READING)

31)  16R-181   Approving Amendment No. 2 for a three year extension of an 
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln on behalf of the Lincoln 
               Water System and the Division of Public Health of the Department 
               of Health and Human Services which allows private developers and 
               Lincoln Water System to continue constructing new and replacement 
               distribution water mains in accordance to approved standards.
               Fact Sheet (11K)
               Attachment (1253K)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
     (ITEMS 32 THRU 35 HAD 1ST READING)

32)  16-86     Change of Zone 16021 Application of Benny and Connie Dahlberg 
               for a change of zone from H-3 Highway Commercial District to                             
               I-1 Industrial District on property generally located at 3255
               South 10th Street.
               Fact Sheet (1238K)

33)  16-87     Text Amendment 16007 Amending Sections 27.02.030, 27.02.040, 
               27.02.080, 27.02.090, 27.02.140, 27.02.160, 27.02.170, 
               27.02.220, 27.06.060, 27.06.090, and 27.06.170; Chapter 27.28; 
               Sections 27.28.020, 27.60.060, 27.61.090, 27.62.030, 27.62.040, 
               27.63.430, 27.63.590, 27.65.020, 27.65.060, 27.65.075, 
               27.67.030, and 27.67.040; Figures 27.67.020 and 27.67.040;
               Sections 27.69.035, 27.72.080, and 27.72.190, adding a new 
               Section 27.63.065, and repealing Sections 21.52.010,
               27.63.430, and 27.63.590 of the Lincoln Municipal Code, to 
               amend definitions, parking regulations, height and lot 
               regulations, and special permit regulations for the purpose of 
               correcting errors, clarifying unclear terms and concepts, 
               streamlining approval processes for City staff and the public, 
               and eliminating burdensome requirements.
               Fact Sheet (1004K)

34)  16-88     Text Amendment 16008 Amending Title 27 of the Lincoln Municipal 
               Code relating to the Zoning Code by amending Section 27.020.080 
               to revise the definition of Garage, Private; by amending Section
               27.72.120 to provide a maximum height of 15 feet for accessory 
               buildings not part of a main building which extend into the 
               required side yard in the listed zoning districts, and to 
               establish the maximum allowable area for accessory buildings
               on single-family or 2-family lots or tracts in the AG, AGR, and 
               R-1 to R-8 zoning districts.
               Fact Sheet (898K)

35)  16-89     Approving a Lease Agreement between the City of Lincoln and 
               Steven L. Carper and Gayle E. Carper for the lease of property 
               generally located at 139 North 18th Street for a two year term.
               Fact Sheet (400K)
               Attachment (2508K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

36)  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)

37)  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   4:55 P.M.


UPCOMING HEARINGS - NONE


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