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      ACTION  FROM  THE  REGULAR  CITY  COUNCIL  MEETING HELD
               MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2017 AT 3:00 P.M.


           DUE TO THE PRESIDENT'S DAY HOLIDAY, 
  THE CITY COUNCIL WILL NOT MEET ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2017

           ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT GAYLOR BAIRD, LAMM


                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)  17R-23    Reappointing Karen Nalow to the Nebraska Capitol
               Environs Commission for a term expiring January 
               9, 2020. (ADOPTED, 5-0; A-90215)

 2)  17R-24    Reappointing Tammy Eagle Bull, Gill Peace, and 
               Michelle Penn to the Urban Design Committee for 
               terms expiring February 1, 2020. (ADOPTED, 5-0; 
               A-90216)

 3)  17R-25    Appointing James Gordon to the Veterans Memorial 
               Garden Advisory Council for a term expiring November 
               1, 2019. (ADOPTED, 5-0; A-90217)
               Attachment (189K)

 4)            Approving the Distribution of Funds Representing 
               Interest Earnings on Short-term Investments of Idle 
               Funds During the Month Ended December 31, 2016.
               (ADOPTED, 5-0; A-90218)

 5)            Approving the City of Lincoln's Investment Activity 
               Report from the City Treasurer for the First Quarter, 
               Fiscal Year, 2016 - 2017.(ADOPTED, 5-0; A-90219)

 6)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's approval of Resolution 
               and Ordinances passed by City Council on January 27, 
               2017. (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 7)       MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 8)            Application of Hergert Oil Company dba Super C for a
               Class D liquor license at 2601 Ticonderoga Drive.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 5-0; A-90220)

 9)            Manager Application of Joel B. Larson for Hergert Oil
               Company dba Super C at 2601 Ticonderoga Drive. (ADOPTED 
               FOR APPROVAL, 5-0; A-90221)

10)            Manager Application of Montana R. Childress for Inter-
               Com Club, Inc. dba Nebraska Club at 233 South 13th 
               Street, Suite 2000. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 5-0; A-90222)

11)            Application of 9500 LLC dba Downtown Lazzari's for a
               deletion to their license premise by eliminating 1430 
               O Street. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 5-0; A-90223)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS 

12)   17R-27   Approving the Wilderness Hills Commercial Center PUD 
               S. 40th Street Directed Arterial Street Impact Fee 
               Agreement between the City of Lincoln and Lincoln 
               Federal Bancorp, Inc. to direct arterial street impact 
               fees collected from development of properties within 
               the Wilderness Hills Commercial Center PUD to reimburse 
               the owners of the Wilderness Commons development or
               Lincoln Federal, as the owner of the Wilderness Hills 
               development, for the cost of constructing the South 40th 
               Street Improvements located south of Hohensee Drive, 
               pursuant to the Wilderness Commons Conditional Annexation 
               and Zoning Agreement and/or the Wilderness Heights
               Conditional Annexation and Zoning Agreement. (ADOPTED, 
               5-0; A-90224)
               Fact Sheet (430K)
               Attachment (1448K)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
       (ITEMS 13 THRU 16 HAD 2ND READING)

13)  17-12     Annexation 16014  Amending the Lincoln Corporate Limits 
               Map by annexing approximately 9.25 acres of property 
               generally located at Northwest 48th Street and West 
               Holdrege Street. (Related Items: 17-12, 17-13)
               Fact Sheet (6375K)
               Attachment (353K)

14)  17-13     Change of Zone 07063A Application of Ringneck Development, 
               LLC, to amend the I-80 West Lincoln Business Center 
               Planned Unit Development for a change of zone from AG 
               Agricultural District to R-3 Residential District; under 
               a Planned Unit Development District designation of said 
               property; and to approve an amended development plan 
               which proposes modifications to the Zoning Ordinance and 
               Design Standards to allow the development of up to 41 
               dwelling units, with a mix of single-family detached and 
               attached units, on property generally located at Northwest 
               48th Street and West Holdrege Street. (Related Items: 
               17-12, 17-13)
               Fact Sheet (5368K)

15)  17-15     Text Amendment 16017 Amending Sections 4.36.010, 4.36.030, 
               4.36.040, 4.36.050, 27.06.070, 27.06.100, 27.06.130, 
               27.06.170, 27.06.180, 27.25.080, 27.35.080, 27.56.017, 
               27.56.120, 27.56.160, 27.57.150, 27.62.040, 27.63.175, 
               27.69.040, and 27.72.030, repealing said Sections as 
               hitherto existing, adding a new Section 4.36.070, and 
               repealing Section 27.67.050; to add zoning application 
               review responsibilities for the Urban Design Committee, 
               the Capitol Environs District, and Historic Preservation 
               Commission; to amend provisions regarding the Capitol 
               Environs District to revise definitions, and modify
               additional height and area requirements; to amend zoning 
               regulations regarding the B-4 District, to delete certain 
               uses from the B-4 District, to provide there is no required 
               parking in the B-4 District, to delete B-4 District Special 
               Parking Requirements, and to modify B-4 District sign
               requirements and height and lot requirements; to amend B-4 
               and O-1 zoning regulations to provide that in the B-4 and 
               O-1 Districts application for a building permit shall be 
               reviewed for compliance with Subarea Design Standards; and 
               to define B-4 and O-1 zoned areas subject to South Haymarket 
               Design Standards. (Related Items 17-15, 17R-26)
               Fact Sheet (1365K)

16)  17R-26    Text Amendment 16018  Amending Title 1 General Provisions 
               of the City of Lincoln Design Standards to modify the 
               procedures regarding waivers; amending Title 3 Lincoln 
               Design Standards by amending Chapter 3.75 Neighborhood 
               Design Standards, Chapter 3.76 Lincoln Downtown Design 
               Standards, and Chapter 3.85 Capitol Environs Design 
               Standards; by adding a new Chapter 3.77 to adopt South 
               Haymarket Design Standards; and repeal referenced Sections 
               of the City of Lincoln Design Standards as hitherto 
               existing. (Related Items 17-15, 17R-26) (Action Date: 
               2/13/17) 
               Fact Sheet (1286K)
               Attachment (16866K)


                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS

17)  17-7      Change of Zone 16043 Application of E&G Enterprises, 
               LLC for a change of zone from R-2 Residential District 
               to O-3 Office Park District on property generally located 
               at 8080 O Street. (Related Items: 17-7, 17R-10) (PASSED, 
               5-0; #20440)
               Fact Sheet (1271K)              

18)  17R-10    Use Permit 16011   Application of E&G Enterprises, LLC
               to allow an early childhood care facility up to 8,000
               square feet in size for 130 children along with waivers
               to reduce the rear yard, side yard, and sign location
               setback requirements in the O-3 District, on property
               generally located at 8080 O Street. (Related Items:
               17-7, 17R-10) (ADOPTED, 5-0; A-90225)
               Fact Sheet (955K)

19)  17-8      Change of Zone 16034  Application of Kelly Custom
               Homes, LTD to designate the John G. Cordner House as 
               a Landmark, changing the zoning district from R-2
               Residential to R-2 Residential with Landmark Overlay,
               on property generally located at 325 South 55th Street. 
               (Related Items: 17-8, 17R-11) (PASSED, 5-0; #20441)
               Fact Sheet (3777K)
               Attachment (3138K)

20)  17R-11    Special Permit 16055 Application of Kelly Custom Homes, 
               LTD for Historic Preservation of the John G. Cordner 
               House to permit a Community Unit Plan consisting of 
               9 dwelling units, with waivers to eliminate pedestrian 
               way sidewalk requirements, to allow lots to exceed lot 
               width-to-depth ratio, to eliminate requirement that 
               lots front upon a public street, to reduce front yard 
               setbacks, minimum lot width and minimum lot area, and 
               to exceed community unit plan density requirements, on 
               property generally located at 325 South 55th Street.  
               (Related Items: 17-8, 17R-11) (ADOPTED, 5-0; A-90226)
               Fact Sheet (1736K)

21)  17-9      Change of Zone 16039 Application of First Street Bible 
               Church to designate the former First German Congregational 
               Church as a Landmark, changing the zoning district from 
               R-4 Residential to R-4 Residential with Landmark Overlay, 
               on property generally located at 100 West F Street. 
               (Related Items: 17-9, 17R-12) (PASSED, 5-0; #20442)
               Fact Sheet (1230K)
               Attachment (3260K)

22)  17R-12    Special Permit 16058 Application of First Street Bible 
               Church for Historic Preservation of the former First 
               German Congregational Church to allow reduction of the 
               rear yard to 10 feet and variance of parking requirements, 
               on property generally located at 100 West F Street. 
               (Related Items: 17-9, 17R-12) (ADOPTED, 5-0; A-90227)
               Fact Sheet (678K)

23)  17-10     Approving a Real Estate Sales Agreement between the City 
               of Lincoln and Ventre A Terre, LLC for the sale of City 
               owned property generally located at the northwest corner 
               of 21st and Y Streets. (PASSED, 5-0; #20443)
               Fact Sheet (436K)
               Attachment (3483K)

RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 24 THRU 31 HAD 1ST READING)

24)  17R-31    Reappointing Layne Sup to the Lincoln Electric System
               Administrative Board for a term expiring December 31,
               2019. (Consent)

25)  17R-32    Appointing Tammy Ward to the Lincoln Electric System
               Administrative Board for a term expiring December 31,
               2019. (Consent)
               Attachment (192K)

26)  17R-34    Appointing DaNay Kalkowski to the Lincoln Electric
               System Administrative Board for a term expiring
               December 31, 2019. (Consent)
               Attachment (208K)

27)  17R-35    Approving a Construction Engineering Services Task
               Order Agreement between the City of Lincoln and Speece
               Lewis Engineers, Inc. for the 10th & Salt Creek Bridge 
               Replacement Project. City Project No. 540027. State 
               Project No. LCLC-5215(3), CN 13233. (Consent)
               Fact Sheet (409K)
               Attachment (23751K)

28)  17R-33    Accepting the report of new and pending claims against
               the City and approving disposition of claims set forth
               for the period of January 16-31, 2017.
               Fact Sheet (30K)
               Attachment (56K)

29)  17R-30    Comp. Plan Conformance 16014 Approving an amendment to 
               the Lincoln Center Redevelopment Plan to add the "11th 
               and P Hotel and Lincoln Commercial Club Redevelopment 
               Project" to remove blighted and substandard conditions 
               through the renovation of two of downtown Lincoln's older 
               buildings, including the Lincoln Commercial Club Building 
               at 200 North 11th and the building at 216 North 11th Street.
               Fact Sheet (4927K)
               Attachment (5221K)

30)  17R-28    Comp. Plan Conformance 16012 Approving an amendment to the 
               Antelope Valley Redevelopment Plan to add the "Telegraph 
               District Phase 2: Telegraph Flats & Telegraph Lofts East 
               Redevelopment Project" to create a mixed-use residential 
               and retail area in what was formerly the Fisher Foods site 
               generally located southeast of 20th and N Streets and a
               3-story mixed-use building providing for first floor 
               retail/restaurant uses, live/work loft, and multi-family 
               housing with upper floors containing about 46 residential 
               units with a combined area of 61,975 square feet, 
               underground parking and off-street surface parking are 
               also included, and renovated streetscape improvements are 
               planned throughout the Phase 2 project area, on property
               generally located between L Street and the alley north
               of N Street, and South 20th Street to the Antelope Valley 
               channel, including the Muny Pool Building. 
               Fact Sheet (1701K)
               Attachment (7559K)

31)  17R-29    Preliminary Plat 16008 Appeal of Jon Wilbeck, James Urbauer, 
               Michael and Annata Sullivan, Heidi Wright, Larry D. Frahm, 
               Matthew L. Thomas, and Jody P. Kranenzel from the Planning 
               Commission's approval of a new R-3 Residential District 
               preliminary plat, with requested waivers to subdivision 
               regulations and design standards, on property generally 
               located at South Folsom Street and West Amaranth Lane.
               (Related Items: 17-14, 17R-29) (Action Date: 2/27/17)
               Fact Sheet (10573K)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
         (ITEMS 32 THRU 38 HAD 1ST READING)

32)  17-18     Approving the transfer of funds from approved appropriations 
               into the Parks & Recreation Department HVAC Project Fund 
               #465 CIP for renovation of the HVAC (heating, ventilation, 
               air conditioning) system at Belmont Recreation Center.
               Fact Sheet (428K)

33)  17R-37    Approving the 1222 P Street Redevelopment Agreement between 
               the City of Lincoln and Brick and Mortar Investments, LLC 
               relating to the redevelopment of property located at 1222 
               P Street to demolish the existing building except for 
               approximately the front 20 feet abutting P Street, by 
               renovating the fa?ade of the existing building, and by 
               constructing three new stories over a portion of the 
               existing two story building to be used for retail and 
               residential space. (Related Items 17R-37, 17R-38, 17-17)
               (Action Date: 2/27/17)
               Fact Sheet (382K)
               Attachment (3882K)

34)  17R-38    Amending the FY 16/17 CIP to authorize and appropriate
               $470,000 in TIF funds for the 1222 P Street Project.
               (Related Items 17R-37, 17R-38, 17-17) (Action Date: 
               2/27/17)
               Fact Sheet (235K)

35)  17-17     Ordinance authorizing the issuance of not to exceed $470,000 
               aggregate principal amount of 1222 P Street Redevelopment 
               Project Tax Allocation Bonds. (Related Items 17R-37, 17R-38, 
               17-17)

36)  17-19     Amending Chapter 8.32 of the Lincoln Municipal Code relating 
               to Solid Wastes by amending Section 8.32.010 to change the 
               definitions of Building rubbish and Demolition debris to 
               include roof shingles and other roof coverings in those
               definitions; and repealing Section 8.32.010 as hitherto 
               existing.
               Fact Sheet (394K)

37)  17-20     Street & Alley Vacation 16006 Vacating a portion of the 
               North 35th Street right-of-way stub directly north of Superior 
               Street. (Related Items: 17-20, 17-21)
               Fact Sheet (1244K)

38)  17-21     Change of Zone 16038 Application of Robert Rokeby for a change 
               of zone to designate existing R-3 zoned property as a Planned 
               Unit Development District; and approval of the development plan 
               for the Terrace Gardens Planned Unit Development, which proposes 
               modifications to the Zoning Ordinance, Land Subdivision Ordinance, 
               and Design Standards to allow for a mix of single-family, single-
               family attached, commercial, and agricultural uses, on property 
               generally located at Superior Street and North 35th Street.
               (Related Iems: 17-20, 17-21)
               Fact Sheet (9311K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

39)  17-14     Change of Zone 16044 Application of Southwest Folsom Development, 
               LLC for a change of zone from R-4 Residential District to R-3 
               Residential District on property generally located at South
               Folsom Street and West Amaranth Lane.(1/30/17 - Public Hearing 
               delayed to 2/13/17) (Related Items: 17-14, 17R-29)
               Fact Sheet (1347K)

40)  16R-281   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. (12/19/16
               - Placed on Pending until 02/27/17)
               Fact Sheet (366K)
               Attachment (3058K)

PENDING LIST

41)  16R-291   Directing submittal to the qualified electors of the City a proposed 
               Charter Amendment amending Article IX, Sections 25, 25a, 26 and 26a 
               of the Charter relating to the City Annual and Biennial Budgets. 
               (12/19/16 - Public Hearing & Action Cont'd to 1/09/17) (1/9/17 -
               Placed on Pending)
               Fact Sheet (229K)
               Attachment Sub (104K)
               Motion To Amend (6K)


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 13TH & 27TH.


ADJOURNMENT  3:32 P.M.


UPCOMING HEARINGS

     Hearing date of Monday, February 13, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Application of Sai Properties Inc. dba Comfort Suites N Cotner
     for a Class I Liquor License located at 331 N. Cotner Blvd.

     Hearing date of Monday, February 13, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Application of Cereus Snowbirds LLC dba Bodega's Alley for a
     Class C Liquor License located at 1418 O Street.

     Hearing date of Monday, February 13, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. on the
     Application of Blur Parties Inc. dba Blur Parties for a Class DK
     Liquor License located at 2501 West L Street.

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