Public Meeting Agenda: March 18, 2019 at 7:00 PM - City Council Regular Meeting

March 18, 2019 at 7:00 PM - City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

March 18, 2019 at 7:00 PM - City Council Regular Meeting
1. STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETINGS ACT AND ROLL CALL
2. PRAYER
3. NATIONAL ANTHEM AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
4. CONSENT AGENDA - The following items are considered to be routine by the city council and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a city council member or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from consent status and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda.
4.A. Minutes of March 4, 2019, City Council meeting.
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4.B. Resolution No. R19-63 approving Lease to Hangar Aircraft with Calvin Preston for Hangar No. 1508-2.
4.C. Resolution No. R19-64 approving lease agreement with Schreiber Bros. Hog Co., LLC to rent farm ground known as city well field property for an annual amount of $40,380 commencing March 1, 2019, and ending December 31, 2020.
4.D. Resolution No. R19-65 approving Addendum No. 1 to contract with Bierman Contracting, Inc. in the amount of $91,040 for 30 additional calendar days for construction of the E911 communications center project.
4.E. Resolution No. R19-66 authorizing payment of various improvement projects.
4.F. Finance Department reports.
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4.G. Payroll and bills on file.
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5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - Included in Consent Agenda
6. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS - None
7. PUBLIC HEARINGS
7.A. Public hearing - Application of Pillen Holdings II, LLC for final plat and development agreement of Pillen Addition (southeast corner of Lost Creek Parkway and 48 Avenue intersection).  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.A.1. Public hearing - Determine whether Pillen Addition should be included within corporate city limits.  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.A.2. Resolution No. R19-67 approving final plat, development agreement, and bringing addition into corporate city limits.
7.B. Public hearing - Application of Triple S Real Estate, Inc. to rezone property at 4620 23 Street from "ML/C-1" (Limited Industrial District) to "B-2" (General Commercial District) and amend the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan.  (This public hearing was continued from the February 19th meeting.)  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.B.1. Ordinance No. 19-08 approving rezoning and amendment to the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan.
7.C. Public hearing - Application of McHanson Properties to rezone property at 2308 and 2312 4 Street from "R-2 (b)" (Urban-Family Residential District with an agricultural overlay district) to "R-3" (Multiple-Family Residential District) and amend the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan.  (This public hearing was continued from the February 19th meeting.) (Planning Commission continued this public hearing to the April meeting.)
7.D. Public hearing - Application of Shelby Lumber Company, Inc. to rezone property on 43 Avenue north of 31 Street from "R-1" (Single-Family Residential District) to "R-2" (Urban-Family Residential District) and amend the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan.  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.D.1. Ordinance No. 19-09 approving rezoning and amendment to the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan.
8. PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS - None
9. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICES - Included in Consent Agenda
10. REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES
10.A. PUBLIC FINANCE, JUDICIARY, AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE - March 12, 2019
Attachments:
10.A.1. Financial and Compliance Audit for year-end September 30, 2018.
10.B. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE - March 18, 2019
10.B.1. Presentation from Firstar Fiber, Inc. on options for recycling services.
11. REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES - None
12. REPORTS ON LEGISLATION
12.A. Letter to Senator Moser expressing support of Legislative Bill 424 that would allow municipalities to join together to create land banks.
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12.B. Letter to Senator Moser expressing opposition to Legislative Bill 184 that would give wireless companies the right to place small cell tower facilities in public rights of way.
13. NEW BUSINESS
13.A. Appointment of Ann Dush as police officer.
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13.B. Plans, specifications, and estimate of cost in the amount of $1,250,000 for 15th Street Paving Improvements 2019 Project and authorization to advertise for bids.  (Plans and specifications are on file in the Engineering Department.)
13.C. Purchase of electronic citations equipment and software as follows:  1)  from the Nebraska state bid contract in the amount of $50,000 for computers, docking station mounts, keyboards, scanners, and printers to equip ten vehicles; 2) from Central Square Technologies in the amount of $14,109 for software; and 3) from TraCS statewide E-Citation program in the amount of $2,400 for 40 user licenses.
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13.D. Modification of fee for Commercial Operator Agreement with Best Air, LLC for lease of Hangar No. 1412-E.
13.E. Request to waive notice and public hearing requirements and approve application of Brian Hinze for permit to move garage from 142 Lakeshore Drive to 1163 38 Avenue.
13.F. Comments from mayor and city council members.
14. RESOLUTIONS
14.A. Resolution No. R19-68 awarding contract to Gehring Construction & Ready Mix Co., Inc. in the amount of $833,718.24 for Downtown Area Traffic Signal Renovations.
14.B. Resolution No. R19-69 approving Amendment No. 2 to agreement with JEO Consulting Group, Inc. in the amount of $37,480 to extend duration of construction and post-construction phase services to May 2019 as part of the levee improvements project.
15. ORDINANCES ON FIRST READING - None
16. ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING - None
17. ORDINANCES ON THIRD READING - None
18. CONSIDERATION OF PAYROLL AND BILLS ON FILE - Payroll and all other bills included in Consent Agenda
18.A. ARL Credit Services
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19. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - None
20. ADJOURNMENT
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