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   IMMEDIATELY  PRIOR  TO  THE  REGULAR  CITY  COUNCIL  MEETING,
        THE  BOARD OF  EQUALIZATION  WILL  CONVENE  TO  DISCUSS
                  THE  ASSESSMENTS  AS  SHOWN  BELOW


     ACTION FROM THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEETING TO BE HELD
                 MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017, 5:30 P.M.

              ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT CAMP


ELECTION OF CHAIR


READING OF OPENING STATEMENT BY CHAIR PERSON


      CITY CLERK READ ITEMS 1 & 2  INTO THE RECORD

 1)  WATER DISTRICT 1208 - 26TH STREET FROM H TO J ST. (APPROVED, 6-0)


 2)  WATER DISTRICT 1209 - C STREET FROM 1ST TO 2ND ST. (APPROVED, 6-0)


REMARKS BY/QUESTIONS OF PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT STAFF     


PUBLIC TESTIMONY


VOTING SESSION


ADJOURNMENT (Sine Die or must set another date and time)  5:37 P.M.



     ACTION  FROM  THE  REGULAR  CITY  COUNCIL  MEETING  HELD
               MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017 AT 5:30 P.M.


   DUE TO THE 4TH OF JULY HOLIDAY, THE CITY COUNCIL WILL NOT 
                  MEET ON MON., JULY 3, 2017

                ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT CAMP


                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-158   Reappointing Greg McCown to the Historic Preservation
               Commission for a term expiring April 15, 2018.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-90538)
               Attachment (254K)
              
 2)  17R-168   Approving the Lincoln/Lancaster County Human Services
               Grant Guidelines.(ADOPTED, 6-0; A-90539)
               Attachment (4755K)

 3)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolution and
               Ordinances passed by City Council on June 12, 2017. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 4)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, July 10, 2017 at 3
               p.m. on the Application of McKenny's Pub LLC dba
               McKinney's Irish Pub for a Class I Liquor License at
               151 North 8th Street, Suite 140.(ADOPTED, 6-0; A-90540)

 5)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, July 10, 2017 at 3
               p.m. on the Application of 1515-23 Market Street Inc.
               dba Quality Inn for a Class I Liquor License at 3200 NW
               12th Street. (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-90541)

 6)            Setting the hearing date of Monday, July 17, 2017 at 3
               p.m. on the Application of FTB Hospitality LLC dba The
               Spigot for a Class C Liquor License at 1624 O Street.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-90542)

 7)       MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS

               Setting the hearing date of Monday, July 10, 2017 at 
               3:00 p.m. on the Application of Kelli's Pub LLC dba 
               Kelli's Pub at 1318 North 66th Street for the addition 
               of an area measuring approx 27' X 27'.(ADOPTED, 6-0; 
               A-90543)
 

                    - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 8)            Manager Application of June A. Weedman for Whitehead
               Oil Company dba U-Stop #5 at 8231 East O Street. 
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-90544)

 9)            Manager Application of Karen A. Bruyette for Whitehead
               Oil Company dba U-Stop #15 at 7100 Pioneers Boulevard.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-90545)

10)            Manager Application of Laurie A. Madsen for Whitehead
               Oil Company dba U-Stop #18 at 110 West O St.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-90546)

11)            Manager Application of Michael L. Starkey for Whitehead
               Oil Company dba U-Stop #27 at 1301 South Street.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-90547)

12)            Manager Application of Heather L. Casebolt for LOF
               LINCOLN TRS, LLC dba Country Inn & Suites by Carlson at
               5353 North 27th Street. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; 
               A-90548)

13)            Manager Application of Lisa M. Knoell for BPC Nebraska,
               LLC dba Boss' Pizza & Chicken at 1000 Saunders Avenue.
               (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-90549)

14)            Application of Barkel Enterprises, Inc. dba Panic for a 
               special designated license to cover an outdoor area 
               measuring approximately 45 feet by 32 feet at Panic Bar 
               at 200 South 18th Street on July 15, 2017 between 8:00 
               p.m. and midnight. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; A-90550)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

15)  17R-161   Accepting the report of new and pending claims against
               the City and approving disposition of claims set forth
               for the period of June 1-15, 2017.(ADOPTED,6-0; A-90551)
               Fact Sheet (30K)
               Attachment (61K)

16)  17R-164   Approving the Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Action Plan: One
               Year Use of Funds for HUD Entitlement Programs using
               Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME, and
               Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds. (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 
               6-0; ADOPTED AS AMENDED, 6-0; A-90552)
               Fact Sheet (30K)
               Attachment (61K)
               Motion To Amend (15K)
               Attachment (426K)
               Attachment - Readline (315K)

17)  17R-160   Authorizing the Mayor to execute a multi-year contract
               with a construction manager at risk for the four fire
               and police/fire stations funded by the three year
               quarter cent sales tax approved by voters in 2015.
               (WITHDRAWN, 6-0;#38-4682)
               Fact Sheet (432K)

18)  17R-167   Special Permit 17010 Appeal of Ronald H. Wilhelm and
               Herbert J. and Daniel H. Friedman from the Planning
               Commission's approval of a special permit for an indoor
               kennel with an outdoor area that permits more than
               three animals at a time, on property generally located
               at 222 North 44th Street. (ADOPTED, 5-1; AYES: CHRISTENSEN, 
               ESKRIDGE, GAYLOR BAIRD, RAYBOULD, SHOBE; NAYS: LAMM; ABSENT: 
               CAMP; A-90553)
               Fact Sheet (22322K)
               Attachment (433K)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
       (ITEMS 19 THRU 22 HAD 2ND READING)

19)  17R-165   Comp. Plan Conformance 17008 Approving an amendment to 
               the Capital Improvement Program to amend Public Works 
               and Utilities Project #0048 Water Distribution Mains-Area 
               6, Rokeby Road, 84th Street to 91st Street, to extend 
               the project boundary from 91st Street to 94th Street,
               designate the project for construction in FY 2016-17,
               designate LES as the funding source, and appropriate
               the LES funds in FY 2016-17. (Related Items: 17R-165, 
               17R-166, 17-78, 17R-162) (Action date: 7/10/17)
               Fact Sheet (17K)

20)  17R-166   Comp. Plan Amendment 17002 Amending the 2040 Lincoln-
               Lancaster County Comprehensive Plan by expanding Future
               Service Limit to include the proposed Lincoln Electric
               System Southeast Service Center site, on property
               generally located at South 91st Street and Rokeby Road, 
               and to move the site from Tier III to Tier I B Priority 
               Growth Area. (Related Items: 17R-165, 17R-166, 17-78, 
               17R-162) (Action date: 7/10/17)
               Fact Sheet (717K)
               Attachment (587K)

21)  17-78     Annexation 17004 Amending the Lincoln Corporate Limits 
               Map by annexing approximately 283.79 acres of property 
               generally located at South 91st Street and Rokeby Road. 
               (Related Items: 17R-165, 17R-166, 17-78, 17R-162)
               Fact Sheet (2307K)
               Attachment (456K)

22)  17R-162   Approving a Memorandum of Understanding between the City 
               of Lincoln and Lincoln Electric System regarding LES' 
               agreement to pay the cost to obtain Rural Water District 
               No. 1, Lancaster County's release of the properties being 
               annexed by the City located within the RWD boundaries 
               relating to the new LES operating center at South 98th 
               Street and Rokeby Road. (Related Items: 17R-165, 17R-166, 
               17-78, 17R-162) (Action date: 7/10/17)
               Fact Sheet (281K)
               Attachment (5106K)

                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS - NONE


RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING  (ITEMS 23 THRU 27 HAD 1ST READING)

23)  17R-172   Reappointing Dennis Scheer, Peter C. (Chris) Hove, and
               Tracy Corr to the Lincoln-Lancaster County Planning
               Commission for terms beginning August 25, 2017 and
               expiring on August 24, 2023. (Consent)

24)  17R-173   Approving a Service Agreement between the Lincoln
               Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) and UNMC
               College of Dentistry for field and clinical experiences
               in public health dentistry for dental hygiene students
               for a three year term beginning July 1, 2017 and
               expiring on June 30, 2020. (Consent)
               Fact Sheet (322K)
               Attachment (2904K)

25)  17R-170   Approving the Grant Renewal from the Division of Public
               Health Tobacco Free Nebraska Program to the Lincoln
               Lancaster County Health Department in the amount of
               $643,168.00 for program goals of reducing secondhand
               smoke exposure, preventing youth tobacco initiation,
               reducing tobacco disparities, and promoting local
               cessation resources for the period of July 1, 2017
               through June 30, 2019. (Consent)
               Fact Sheet (308K)
               Attachment (3500K)

26)  17R-171   Approving the Joint Budget Committee Funding for 2017  
               2018.
               Fact Sheet (200K)
               Attachment (281K)

27)  17R-169   Approving an Interlocal Agreement between the Railroad
               Transportation Safety District and the City to provide
               $20 million for the railroad related portion of the
               South Beltway improvements.
               Fact Sheet (269K)
               Attachment (1303K)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS (ITEMS 28 THRU 30 HAD 
	1ST READING)

28)  17-79     Change of Zone 17007 Application of Taylor Investment 
               Company, Robert Edwin Simpson, and Joseph M. and JoAnne 
               M. Holmes for a change of zone from R-2 Residential 
               District to R-T Residential Transition District on 
               property generally located one block south of the O 
               Street corridor between South 56th Street and South 
               Cotner Boulevard on the south side of N Street. 
               (Related Items:  17-79, 17R-163)
               Fact Sheet (6105K)

29)  17R-163   Approving a Development and Conditional Zoning Agreement 
               among the City, Taylor Investment Company, Robert Edwin 
               Simpson, and Joseph M. and JoAnne M. Holmes to address 
               motor vehicle access, grading, and drainage requirements, 
               planting of street trees, retention of existing trees, 
               and installation of sidewalks to make the development 
               of property located at 5633 N Street, 205 S. Cotner 
               Boulevard, and 215 S. Cotner Boulevard compatible with 
               the surrounding neighborhood under the proposed Change 
               of Zone of the property from R-2 to R-T. (Related Items: 
               17-79, 17R-163) (Action date: 7/17/17)
               Fact Sheet (263K)
               Attachment (1007K)

30)  17-80     Street Name Change 17001 - Renaming West Dubois Street, 
               located in Highlands View 1st Addition, as Northwest 
               Dubois Street.
               Fact Sheet (1917K)
               Attachment (556K)


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN - NONE


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 JUNE, OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD
     ON JUNE 12TH & 26TH.


ADJOURNMENT   8:57 P.M.


UPCOMING HEARINGS - NONE


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