October 21, 2019 at 7:00 PM - City Council Regular Meeting and Community Development Agency Meeting

Agenda
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 October 7, 2019, City Council and Community Development meetings.
4.B. Amended minutes of September 18, 2019, Civil Service Commission meeting certifying the following Firefighter/EMT/Haz Mat Tech:  Timothy Moser, Jose Audelo Rios, Derek Salak, and Gavin Sparr.
4.C. Minutes of October 7 and October 8, 2019, Civil Service Commission meeting certifying the following Fire Lieutenant candidates:  Ryan Sabata, Nate Jones, and Eric Morgan.
4.D. Reappointment of Jean Knapp, Bonnie McPhillips, and Larry Winter to Senior Center Advisory Board for three-year terms.
4.E. Resolution No. R19-154 authorizing payment of various improvement projects.
4.F. Resolution No. R19-155 approving the use of Pawnee Park to camp overnight on Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13, 2020, for annual Antique Tractor and Gas Engines Show.
4.G. Payroll and bills on file.
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5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - Included in Consent Agenda
6. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
6.A. Columbus Community Guide Update.
6.B. City Code enforcement.
7. PUBLIC HEARINGS
7.A. Public hearing - Consider text amendments to Land Development Ordinance for the City of Columbus, Zoning Chapter, to amend Table 4-3 of Article 9, specifically the Site Development Regulations for R-2 Zoning Districts to allow maximum building coverage to be increased to 50 percent with approval of a Special Use Permit and increase maximum impervious coverage to 65 percent with approval of a Special Use Permit.  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.A.1. Ordinance No. 19-36 approving amendments to Land Development Ordinance allowing maximum building and impervious coverage to be increased in an R-2 Zoning District with approval of a Special Use Permit.
7.B. Public hearing - Application of Gary Potter for final plat and development agreement of Harry Potter Subdivision (4180 48 Avenue).  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.B.1. Resolution No. R19-156 approving final plat and development agreement.
7.C. Public hearing - Application of Loup River Public Power District to rezone property located southeast of Lost Creek Parkway and Old Monastery Road from "RR" (Rural Residential District) to "B-2" (General Commercial District) and amend the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan.  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.C.1. Ordinance No. 19-37 approving rezoning.
7.D. Public hearing - Application of JARA Properties, LLC to rezone property located at 1770 25 Avenue from "R-1" (Single-Family Residential District) to "R-3" (Multiple Family Residential District).  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.D.1. Ordinance No. 19-38 approving rezoning.
7.E. Public hearing - Application of Loup Rentals, LLC to rezone property located in the vicinity of 3 Avenue and 5 Street from "R-2" (Urban-Family Residential) to "R-3" (Multiple-Family Residential) and amend the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan.  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.E.1. Ordinance No. 19-39 approving rezoning.
7.F. Public hearing - Application of Loup Rentals, LLC to rezone property at 1709 10 Street from "R-2" (Urban-Family Residential) to "R-3" (Multiple-Family Residential).   (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.F.1. Ordinance No. 19-40 approving rezoning.
7.G. Public hearing - Application of Scotty's Properties, LLC to rezone property in the vicinity of 16 Avenue and vacated 5 Street from "R-2" (Urban-Family Residential) to "R-3" (Multiple-Family Residential) and amend the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan. (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.G.1. Ordinance No. 19-41 approving rezoning.
7.H. Public hearing - Creation of a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) District to provide financing options in order to promote the installation and use of energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy systems.
7.H.1. Ordinance on Second Reading - Ordinance No. 19-35 creating a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) District to enable property assessed clean energy financing for property owners. 
7.I. Public hearing - Consider Redevelopment Plan for the Highway 81 North Commercial Redevelopment Area for FRC Housing, LLC, Redevelopment Project - Area 2 located between 30 Avenue and 34 Avenue and 20 Street and 12 Street.  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
7.I.1. Resolution No. R19-157 approving Redevelopment Plan for the Highway 81 North Commercial Redevelopment Area (FRC Housing, LLC, Redevelopment Project).
8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
8.A. Statement of Compliance with Open Meetings Act and Roll Call.
8.B. Resolution No. R19-158 approving a redevelopment agreement for a redevelopment project undertaken by FRC Housing, LLC as set forth in the "Redevelopment Plan for the Highway 81 North Commercial Redevelopment Area (FRC Housing, LLC, Redevelopment Project)".
8.C. Resolution No. R19-159 approving amendment to redevelopment agreement for a redevelopment project undertaken by 4J Capital, LLC as set forth in the "Redevelopment Plan for the 23rd Street Corridor Redevelopment Area (The 4J Capital Redevelopment Project)."
8.D. Resolution No. R19-160 amending and restating Resolution No. R19-97 authorizing issuance of Tax Increment Revenue Bond for 4J Capital Redevelopment Project.
8.E. Adjournment.
9. PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS - None
10. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICES - None
11. REPORTS OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES
11.A. PUBLIC PROPERTY, SAFETY, AND WORKS COMMITTEE - October 14, 2019
11.A.1. Minutes of the September 9, 2019, Traffic Control Device Committee.
11.A.2. 2020 Pavement Management Program and Priority List.
11.A.3. Request from City of Columbus to vacate a portion of 24 Avenue from 12 Street north to the alley.
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12. REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES - None
13. REPORTS ON LEGISLATION - None
14. NEW BUSINESS
14.A. Appointment of Anne Kinnison to Columbus Housing Authority for five-year term.
14.B. Appointment of Timothy Moser as Firefighter/EMT/Hazmat Tech.
14.C. Purchase of electronic citation equipment from Nebraska State Bid Contract in the amount of $36,938 for police vehicles.
14.D. Quote from Central Square Technologies in the amount of $458,789 for Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) software for the Joint Communications Center.
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14.E. Quote from Layne Granite Company in the amount of $25,527 for annual extraction well maintenance.
14.F. Purchase of the following vehicles and equipment through Sourcewell Contract and Nebraska State Bid Contract:  Transfer Station loader in the amount of $181,349; Sewer Collection sewer cleaner in the amount of $249,300.44; Street Department hillside slope mower in the amount of $26,379.25; Street Department gradall excavator in the amount of $259,771.50; Sewer Collection/Public Works Director vehicle in the amount of $30,161; Water Production pickup in the amount of $29,473; Community Development vehicle in the amount of $17,457; Engineering Department pickup in the amount of $27,977; and Parks Department pickup in the amount of $27,783.
14.G. Comments from mayor and city council members.
15. RESOLUTIONS - None
16. ORDINANCES ON FIRST READING
16.A. Ordinance No. 19-42 amending Chapter 150 of Title XV of Ordinance No. 05-47 (Columbus City Code) adopting amendments to the 2012 International Residential Code.  (Planning Commission recommends approval.)
17. ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING - Ordinance No. 19-35 included in Public Hearings.
18. ORDINANCES ON THIRD READING - None
19. CONSIDERATION OF PAYROLL AND BILLS ON FILE - Payroll and all other bills included in Consent Agenda
19.A. ARL Credit Services
20. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - None
21. ADJOURNMENT
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