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CITY COUNCIL

Revised 7/13/2020 @ 11:30 A.M.

WHENEVER ANY PERSON HAS BEEN INVITED TO SPEAK, OR HAS BEEN GRANTED THE OPPORTUNITY OF SPEAKING BEFORE THE COUNCIL DURING A HEARING, EACH PERSON WILL

BE REQUESTED TO BE BRIEF, AND TO LIMIT HIS OR HER PRESENTATION TO TEN MINUTES. WHEN MORE THAN ONE PERSON WISHES TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL ON A GIVEN QUESTION, THE PROPONENTS WILL BE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY OF FIRST ADDRESSING THE COUNCIL. THE OPPONENTS OF THE QUESTION WILL BE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK AFTER THE PROPONENTS' PRESENTATION. THE PROPONENTS WILL BE GIVEN A BRIEF PERIOD FOR REBUTTAL OF ANY NEW MATERIAL INTRODUCED DURING THE OPPONENT'S PRESENTATION, AFTER WHICH THE PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE CONCLUDED. IT IS CITY COUNCIL PROCEDURE THAT EACH SIDE RECEIVES TWENTY MINUTES FOR THEIR PRESENTATION. COUNCILMEMBERS WILL ASK QUESTIONS AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC HEARING.
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CITY OF OMAHA CITY COUNCIL AGENDA TUESDAY, JULY 14, 2020

LEGISLATIVE CHAMBERS @ 2:00 P.M. 1819 Farnam Street, Omaha, NE 68183

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Agenda and materials are available online at:

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https://cityclerk.cityofomaha.org/city-council/agendas

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Watch the meeting live here: https://citycouncil.cityofomaha.org/view-council-meetings

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CALL TO ORDER

1. Roll Call 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Remarks by Councilmember Ben Gray of District No. 2

CERTIFICATION OF PUBLICATION NOTIFICATION OF OPEN MEETING ACT

4. City Clerk certifies publication in the Daily Record, the Official Newspaper of the City of

Omaha on July 10, 2020, notice of the Pre-Council and Regular City Council Meetings, July 14, 2020.

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A current copy of the Open Meeting Act is posted in a white binder on the east wall of

the Legislative Chambers.

PRESENTATIONS AND PROCLAMATIONS

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5. Presentations and Proclamations

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RECONSIDERATIONS

6. RES. 2020-0583 Res. that, the City Council has reviewed the Operating Agreement for the Implementation of a Dockless Shared Scooter Operation

between Spin and the City of Omaha and the form, terms and provisions of these Operating Agreements are hereby approved see attached. (LAID OVER FROM THE JUNE 23, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING FOR ROLL CALL ON RECONSIDERATION, REQUIRES VOTE OF 4, VOTE TODAY)

7. RES. 2020-0584 Res. that, the City Council has reviewed the Operating Agreement for the Implementation of a Dockless Shared Scooter Operation

between Bird and the City of Omaha and the form, terms and provisions of these Operating Agreements are hereby approved see attached. (LAID OVER FROM THE JUNE 23, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING FOR ROLL CALL ON RECONSIDERATION, REQUIRES VOTE OF 4, VOTE TODAY)

A. Communications in support see attached. B. Communication from Councilmember Gray requesting reconsideration of scooter

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resolutions see attached.

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RESOLUTIONS

8. RES. 2020-0677 Res. that, the Omaha City Council provides this Resolution as a public platform to engage all of our citizens in a discussion of

positive action steps to address racism, injustice, inequality, economic disparities, and police-community relations see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: council, public safety, discrimination, hearing, and civil rights

9. RES. 2020-0678 Res. that, the City Council of the City of Omaha urges the Nebraska State Legislature to place a ballot question before Nebraska

voters at a primary or general election to repeal the ban on affirmative action in employment and contracting in Nebraska s political subdivisions see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: council, voting, contract, election, subdivision, employment, and hearing

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PLANNING ITEM WITH PLANNING BOARD ATTACHMENT

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HEARTWOOD ESTATES

10. RES. 2020-0603 Res. that, the Preliminary Plat entitled Heartwood Estates, a subdivision inside city limits, located northwest of 151st and Pine

Streets, along with the conditions, is hereby accepted; and, the preparation of the final plat of this subdivision is hereby authorized. The applicant is Jeffrey A. Silver Inside City Limits see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: streets, zoning, subdivision, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached. B. Communication in opposition see attached.

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LIQUOR

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City Council Liquor Rule 6 which requires each applicant or his/her representative to be present is waived for this meeting.

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11. RES. 2020-0627 Class CG Liquor License Application for Old Chicago Taproom II LLC dba Old Chicago Pizza Taproom located at 13110 Birch Drive, Bay

180. (This is a new application for an old location.) Present licensee is Wadsworth Old Chicago Inc. DBA Old Chicago, who has a Class I Liquor License. Notice was posted on the property on 06-26-2020; Notification was sent to property owners within 500 feet on 07-02-2020 see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: alcohol, property, hearing, and license

12. RES. 2020-0628 Class CG Liquor License Application for Old Chicago Taproom II LLC dba Old Chicago Pizza Taproom located at 2643 S 144th Street.

(This is a new application for an old location.) Present licensee is Wadsworth Old Chicago Inc. DBA Old Chicago, who has a Class I Liquor License. Notice was posted on the property on 06-23-2020; Notification was sent to property owners within 500 feet on 07-02-2020 see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: alcohol, streets, property, hearing, and license

13. RES. 2020-0629 Class D Liquor License Application for Made in Omaha LLC dba Made in Omaha located at 1012 Howard Street. (This is a new

application for a new location). Notice was posted on the property on 06-30-2020; Notification was sent to property owners within 500 feet on 07-02-2020 see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: alcohol, streets, property, hearing, and license

14. RES. 2020-0630 Class D Liquor License for Imperial Reliance LLC dba Moes Mart 5 located at 8242 Maple Street. (This is a new application for an

old location.) Previously White Oak Station DBA Moes Mart 5, had a Class D Liquor License that was terminated on 10-22-2019. Notice was posted on the property on 06-26-2020; Notification was sent to property owners within 500 feet on 07-02-2020 see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: alcohol, streets, property, hearing, and license

A. Communication in opposition see attached.

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15. RES. 2020-0631 Class D Liquor License for Imperial Reliance LLC dba Moes Mart 6 located at 720 N 108th Court. (This is a new application for an

old location.) Previously White Oak Station DBA Moes Mart 6, had a Class D Liquor License that was terminated on 10-22-2019. Notice was posted on the property on 06-26-2020; Notification was sent to property owners within 500 feet on 07-02-2020 see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: alcohol, legal, property, hearing, license, and court

16. RES. 2020-0632 Liquor License Addition Application - An application to add an outdoor area to M V Enterprise LLC dba The Green Room Class I

Liquor License located at 306 S 16th Street, Unit 102 103. The new description will read: First Floor Only Approx. 46 x 50 including Outdoor Area Approx. 30 x 14. Notice was posted on the property on 06-30-2020; Notification was sent to property owners within 500 feet on 07- 02-2020 see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: alcohol, streets, property, hearing, and license

A. Communication from the Planning Department regarding permits see attached. B. Communication in support see attached. C. Communication in

opposition see attached.
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CONSENT AGENDA

(Any member of the City Council may cause any item placed on the Consent Agenda to be removed. Items removed from the Consent Agenda shall be taken

up by the City Council immediately following the Consent Agenda in the order in which they were removed unless otherwise provided by the City Council Rules of Order.)
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(The public hearing on Agenda Item 17 was held on June 23, 2020.)

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CONSENT AGENDA ORDINANCE

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17. ORD. 42258 An ordinance approving the issuance of a Purchase Order to Omaha Door Window Co., Inc., with an annual estimated cost of 34,840.00,

for Emergency Repairs to Overhead Doors and Gate Openers bid through Douglas County Purchasing Department on April 29, 2020, for a (1) one year price agreement with the option to extend for an additional four (4), one (1) year extensions upon agreement by both parties; involving the payment of money from appropriations of more than one year in accordance with Section 5.17 of the Home Rule Charter of 1956, as amended; to provide for payments from a specific account (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached.
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(MOTION NEEDED THAT THE ORDINANCES ON THE CONSENT AGENDA BE APPROVED)

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(The public hearings on Agenda Items 18 through 54 are today. If you wish to address the City Council regarding these items, please come to the

microphone, indicate the Agenda Item Number you wish to address, identify yourself by your name, address, who you represent, and if you are a proponent or opponent.)
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CONSENT AGENDA RESOLUTIONS

18. RES. 2020-0633 Liquor License Manager Applications Applications to appoint Jennifer Miller as manager to the following Class D liquor licensed

locations: Kum Go 0363 located at 1819 N 72nd Street; Kum Go 1372 located at 7152 Pacific Street; Kum Go 0352 located at 1010 S 154th Street; Kum Go 0348 located at 12011 Blondo Street; Kum Go 0371 located at 13149 Fort Street; Kum Go 0368 located at 4041 N 168th Street; Kum Go 0369 located at 11111 Emmet Street; Kum Go 0366 located at 4443 S 84th Street; Kum Go 0364 located at 8990 Boyd Street; and Kum Go 0378 located at 14353 Q Street see attached.
Tagged Interests: alcohol, streets, appointments, manager, and license

19. RES. 2020-0634 Res. that, in accordance with the Lottery Operator s Agreement with the City of Omaha, EHPV Lottery Services, LLC is granted

approval to operate a Big Red satellite keno location at Bar 80, 8033 Blondo Street see attached.
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20. RES. 2020-0642 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the list and map of changes incurring no costs between the City of Omaha and the

Omaha-Council Bluffs Metropolitan Area Planning Agency (MAPA), to change the Federal Functional Classification for some streets in the City of Omaha, is hereby approved see attached.
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21. RES. 2020-0643 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Purchasing Agent be authorized to issue a Purchase Order to Northern Truck Equipment

Corporation, in the amount of 149,295.00, for the purchase of five (5) Concrete Flatbed Truck Body and 10' Snow Plow Blades, to be utilized by the Street Maintenance Division. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay the cost of this purchase from the Street and Highway Allocation Fund 12131, Pavement Maintenance Fund 116158, year 2020 funding.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: pavement, highway, funding, equipment, finance, streets, transportation, purchasing, and snow

22. RES. 2020-0644 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Purchasing Agent be authorized to issue a Purchase Order to PreCise MRM LLC, in the

amount of 106,860.00, for the purchase of AVL GPS Tracking Units to be utilized by the Fleet Management Division, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay the cost of this purchase from the Street and Highway Allocation Fund 12131, Pavement Maintenance Organization 116158, year 2020 funding.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: pavement, highway, funding, finance, streets, and purchasing

23. RES. 2020-0645 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Purchasing Agent be authorized to issue a Purchase Order to Polydyne, Inc., in the

amount of 316,800.00 for sludge dewatering polymer, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay this cost from the Sewer Revenue Fund 21121, Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Plant Organization 116612, year 2020 expenditures.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: finance, sewer, utility, Utility, purchasing, watershed, and plant

24. RES. 2020-0646 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Purchasing Agent be authorized to issue a Purchase Order to Trafcon, Inc., in the

amount of 21,387.70, for the purchase of five (5) Solar Powered Trailer Mounted Arrow Boards, to be utilized by the Street Maintenance Division. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay the cost of this purchase from the Street and Highway Allocation Fund 12131, Pavement Maintenance Fund 116158, year 2020 funding.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: pavement, highway, funding, finance, boards and commissions, streets, purchasing, and solar power

25. RES. 2020-0647 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the contract with Hawkins Construction Company, in the amount of 5,925,377.00, for OPW

53517, being the Improvements to Digester 1 in MoRiver WRRF Project, is hereby approve. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay the cost of 5,925,377.00 from the Sewer Revenue Improvements Bond Fund 21124, Capital Asset Replacement Program Bond Fund 116913; Sewer Revenue Bonds will be issued to finance this project see attached.
Tagged Interests: construction, finance, sewer, utility, bond, Utility, contract, and program

26. RES. 2020-0648 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the contract with N L L Concrete, Inc., in the amount of 404,920.00, for OPW 53799, being

the 2020 Concrete Panel Repair - Various Locations Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay the cost of 404,920.00 from the 2020 Street Preservation Bond Fund 13191, Transportation Bonds Fund 117117.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: finance, streets, bond, contract, transportation, and preservation

27. RES. 2020-0649 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the contract with Divine Mowing Services, Inc. (OMS, Inc.), in the amount of 359,367.71,

for OPW 53719, being the 2020 Brick Street Restoration at Various Locations Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay the cost of 359,367.71 from the 2020 Street Preservation Bond Fund 13191, Transportation Bonds Organization 117117.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: finance, streets, bond, contract, transportation, services, and preservation

28. RES. 2020-0650 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Joint Funding Agreement and Proposal, in the amount of 28,113.00, for the installation

and operation of the stage-only streamgage at Missouri River at Hwy 92 at Omaha, Nebraska, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay the City's local share, in the amount of 28,113.00, being paid from the Sewer Revenue Fund 21121, Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Plant Organization 116612, year 2020 funding.) see attached.
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29. RES. 2020-0651 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement with Alfred Benesch Company, in the amount of

97,192.50, to provide on- call, embedded, professional engineering services for 2020, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 97,192.50, from the 2020 Street Preservation Bond Fund 13191, Transportation Bonds Fund 117117.) see attached.
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30. RES. 2020-0652 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement with Olsson, Inc., in the amount of 113,607.00, to

provide on-call, embedded, professional engineering services for 2020, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 113,607.00, from the 2020 Street Preservation Bond Fund 13191, Transportation Bonds Fund 117117.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: finance, streets, bond, transportation, services, preservation, and engineering

31. RES. 2020-0653 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., in the amount of

1,641,500.00, to provide professional services on OPW 53839, being the Mo River Flood Protective Measures Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 1,641,500.00, from the Sewer Revenue Improvements Bond Fund 21124, Capital Asset Replacement Program Bond Organization 116913; Sewer Revenue Bonds will be issued to finance this project.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: finance, sewer, utility, bond, Utility, services, program, watershed, flooding, and engineering

32. RES. 2020-0654 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement with Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., in the amount of

161,130.00, to provide professional services on OPW 51146, being the Cole Creek Culvert at Hillside Drive Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 161,130.00, from the 2014 Environment Fund 13124, Environmental Bonds Fund 117217.) see attached.
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33. RES. 2020-0655 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement with Emspace Inc. dba Emspace + Lovgren, in the amount

of 29,250.00, to provide professional services on the Parking Division s 2020 Marketing and Branding Services Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 29,250.00, from the Parking Revenue Fund 21116, Parking Administration Fund 116241, year 2020 funding.) see attached.
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34. RES. 2020-0656 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement with Schemmer Associates Inc., in the amount of

129,724.78, to provide professional services on OPW 53799, being the 2020 Concrete Panel Repair - Various Locations Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 129,724.78, from the 2020 Street Preservation Bond Fund 13191, Transportation Bonds Organization 117117.) see attached.
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35. RES. 2020-0657 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement with Snyder Associates, Inc., in the amount of

189,399.72, to provide professional services on OPW 53855, being the Concrete Panel Repair, 2020-C Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 189,399.72, from the 2020 Street Preservation Bond Fund 13191, Transportation Bonds Organization 117117.) see attached.
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36. RES. 2020-0658 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement with HGM Associates, Inc., in the amount of

144,880.16, to provide professional services on OPW 53859, being the Concrete Panel Repair, 2020-G Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 144,880.16, from the 2020 Street Preservation Bond Fund 13191, Transportation Bonds Organization 117117.) see attached.
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37. RES. 2020-0659 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement between the City of Omaha and AECOM Technical

Services, Inc., with a cost to the City of 69,859.35, for preliminary engineering services on Project MAPA- 28(132), State Control No. 22728B, and OPW 53299, Signal Infrastructure Phase B3 Project, is hereby approved . (Will be paid from the 2018 Transportation Bond Fund 13185, Organization 117117. The City Council hereby authorizes the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the Agreement on behalf of the City of Omaha.) see attached.
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38. RES. 2020-0660 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement between the City of Omaha and Felsburg, Holt, and

Ullevig, Inc., with a cost to the City of 51,193.10, for preliminary engineering services on Project MAPA-28(133), State Control No. 22727B, and OPW 53298, Signal Infrastructure Phase B2 Project, is hereby approved. (Will be paid from the 2018 Transportation Bond Fund 13185, Organization 117117. The City Council hereby authorizes the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the Agreement on behalf of the City of Omaha.) see attached.
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39. RES. 2020-0661 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreement between the City of Omaha and Olsson Associates, Inc.,

with a cost to the City of 42,343.26, for preliminary engineering services on Project MAPA-28(122), State Control No. 22608B, and OPW 52956, Signal Infrastructure Phase B1 Project, is hereby approved. (Will be paid from the 2018 Transportation Bond Fund 13185, Organization 117117. The City Council hereby authorizes the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the Agreement on behalf of the City of Omaha.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: council, bond, transportation, services, and engineering

40. RES. 2020-0662 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Professional Services Agreements with Alfred Benesch Company to provide professional

construction engineering services and construction inspection services on HSIP-ENH-5083(7), State Control No. 22506, OPW 52336, being the 24th Complete Streets Project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay a fee not to exceed 42,506.66, to be paid from the 2018 Transportation Bond Fund 13185, Transportation Bonds Organization 117117 and 20,131.20, from the 2018 Transportation Bond Fund 13185, Transportation Bonds Organization 117117.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: construction, finance, streets, bond, transportation, services, and engineering

41. RES. 2020-0663 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Real Estate Purchase Agreement between the City of Omaha and Holy Name Housing

Corporation, for the sale of one parcel of land be approved; to provide that notwithstanding any provisions of the Omaha Municipal Code to the contrary and upon completion of the conditions in the Agreement, the Mayor of the City of Omaha is hereby authorized to execute and deliver a Special Warranty Deed, and the City Clerk to attest the same, to Holy Name Housing Corporation to convey the real property described therein and City Staff are authorized to execute any other such documents necessary or appropriate to complete the sale of the real property described in the Agreement, which real property is generally known as 2521 and 2523 Grant Street; 2522, 2524, 2528 and 2530 Burdette Street; 2604 and 2610 Blondo Street; and 1912, 1910, 1906 and 1902 North 25th Street, in consideration of the sum of 29,959.00; and no expenses associated with the transfer of these properties see attached.
Tagged Interests: grant, streets, sale, purchasing, property, and housing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

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42. RES. 2020-0664 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Omaha, the Omaha Housing Authority,

and Southside Redevelopment Corporation to perform the duties and responsibilities for the Southside Terrace Indian Hills Choice Neighborhood Planning Grant is hereby approved see attached.
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43. RES. 2020-0665 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Agreement between the City of Omaha and Swan Development, LLC, in the amount of

250,000.00 in FY 2019 funds that will provide stabilization to cure significant deferred maintenance and ensure the security and safety of the building located at 2711 North 24th Street is hereby approved. (Funds shall be paid from the Community Development Block Grant CDBG Single-Family Infill Program, Award No. 100682, Project No. 5971.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, funding, grant, streets, security, development, program, Development, cdbg, and community development

44. RES. 2020-0666 Res. that, the contract with Anderson Excavating Co. for Community Planning and Development Programs, site demolition and site

prep in the Highlander East area for new housing in the Choice Neighborhood Initiative area in the amount of 369,545.75 is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay 369,545.75 from FY 2018 Fund No. 12196, Organization No. 128072, Project No. 5715.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: planning, finance, development, contract, program, Development, demolition, neighborhood, and housing

45. RES. 2020-0667 Res. that, the contract with Bay Shore Contractors, LLC for Community Planning and Development Programs, for a sidewalk

improvement program for 24th Street from Manderson to Spencer Streets and for 30th Street from Q to W Streets in the amount of 213,611.90 is hereby approved. (The Finance Department is authorized to pay 213,611.90 from FY 2019 Fund No. 12196, Organization No. 128072, Project No. 5971.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: contractor, planning, construction, finance, streets, development, contract, program, Development, and Pedestrian

46. RES. 2020-0668 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the bid in the total amount of 71,405.00 from David s Electric, Inc. to install new

lighting for the monuments that were moved from Heartland Park, located at Memorial Park, is hereby accepted. (The Purchasing Agent is authorized to issue a purchase order in conformance herewith; and that the Finance Department is authorized to pay the Funds in the amount of 71,405.00 to David s Electric, Inc. from the 2018 Parks and Recreation Fund No. 13357, and Organization No. 117317, Parks and Cultures Bond, Project I.D. No. 2010P505.) see attached.
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47. RES. 2020-0669 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the purchase based upon the pricing from EZ Dock / MD Aquatics, in the amount of

664,396.00 to purchase and install EZ Dock Floating Trail components at Standing Bear Lake, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department of the City of Omaha is authorized to pay the Funds in the amount of 664,396.00 to EZ Dock / MD Aquatics from the 2018 Parks and Recreation Fund No. 13357, Organization No. 117317, Parks and Cultures Bonds.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: funding, finance, bond, purchasing, parks, boating, trails, and recreation

48. RES. 2020-0670 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, to suspend the park hours at Standing Bear Lake, 6404 North 132nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska,

for MD Aquatics/EZ Dock from Sunday, July 19, 2020 through Friday, August 7, 2020. MD Aquatics/EZ Dock will be placing a camper in the Standing Bear Lake Park parking lot for their employees to live in while assembling and installing the floating trail. They will be providing security of all of the floating trail components that will be stored in the park see attached.
Tagged Interests: streets, security, boating, trails, commercial, and parking

49. RES. 2020-0671 Res. that, the Mayor is authorized to sign and the City Clerk to attest to the Agreement between the City of Omaha and SearchWide

Global to assist the City in filling the position of the Director of Parks, Recreation, Public Property and provide payment in the amount of thirty percent (30 ) of the annual salary of the person placed in the position plus expenses. (Funding shall be from budget year 2020 Parks, Recreation, Public Property, Fund 11111, Org - Admin 115015, Professional Fees 42239.) see attached.
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50. RES. 2020-0672 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the extension to the Agreement with Douglas County Community Mental Health Center, in the

total amount not to exceed 45,000.00, to provide a protective custody program and facility for intoxicated individuals, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department of the City of Omaha is authorized to pay the funds in the monthly amount of 7,500.00, with the total amount not to exceed 45,000.00, to Douglas County Community Mental Health Center. Funds will be allocated in the amount of 32,500.00 from 2020 Keno Fund 12118, Organization 126017; and 12,500.00 from 2020 General Fund 11111, Organization 111111 Chief Administrative Functions, Account 42239 Professional Fees Other.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: impact fee, funding, health, finance, facility, program, and mental health

51. RES. 2020-0673 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the award from the Nebraska Environmental Trust in the amount of 20,000.00 for Thomas

Creek Improvements Phase 1, during the project period beginning the date the grant contract is executed and ending June 30, 2021, and incorporated herein by this reference, and funding of such project, is hereby approved. (The Finance Department of the City of Omaha is authorized to disburse funds from the Nebraska Environmental Trust award.) see attached.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, finance, contract, and environment

52. RES. 2020-0674 Res. that, as recommended by the Mayor, the Contract between the Omaha Human Rights and Relations Department and the U.S. Equal

Opportunity Commission for reimbursement for processing employment discrimination complaints arising within its jurisdiction for EEOC for the time period of October 1, 2019, to September 30, 2020 and in the amount of 28,260.00, is hereby approved see attached.
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, contract, discrimination, employment, and human rights

53. RES. 2020-0675 Res. that, the reappointment by Mayor Stothert of Michael D. Alley as a member of the Library Board to serve a term, commencing

upon passage of this Resolution and expiring on June 30, 2023, be and hereby is confirmed and approved see attached.
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, streets, and library

54. RES. 2020-0676 Res. that, Thomas H. Warren, Sr. is hereby appointed by the Mayor of the City of Omaha to the MECA Board of Directors to serve the

expired term of Dana Washington, whose term has expired, commencing upon approval of the City Council, and ending on July 13, 2025 see attached.
Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, and appointments

(MOTION NEEDED THAT THE RESOLUTIONS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA BE APPROVED)

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ORDINANCES ON FINAL READING

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2020 ANNEXATION PACKAGE

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55. ORD. 42259 An ordinance extending the limits of the City of Omaha over certain land in Douglas County, Nebraska, and incorporating the same into

and making the same a part of the City of Omaha and to provide the effective date hereof, located northwest of 132nd Street and Meredith Avenue, Hillsborough Estates (SID 421) (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached. (VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, and hearing

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56. ORD. 42260 An ordinance extending the limits of the City of Omaha over certain land in Douglas County, Nebraska, and incorporating the same into

and making the same a part of the City of Omaha and to provide the effective date hereof, located southwest of 180th Street and West Dodge Road, West Dodge Hills (SID 451) (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached. (VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, and hearing

57. ORD. 42261 An ordinance extending the limits of the City of Omaha over certain land in Douglas County, Nebraska, and incorporating the same into

and making the same a part of the City of Omaha and to provide the effective date hereof, located southwest of 144th Street and Eagle Run Drive, Greyhawk Two (SID 468) (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached. (VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, and hearing

58. ORD. 42262 An ordinance extending the limits of the City of Omaha over certain land in Douglas County, Nebraska, and incorporating the same into

and making the same a part of the City of Omaha and to provide the effective date hereof, located southwest of 192nd Street and Miami Street, West Hampton Park (Lynnbrook) (SID 489) (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached. (VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, parks, and hearing

59. ORD. 42263 An ordinance extending the limits of the City of Omaha over certain land in Douglas County, Nebraska, and incorporating the same into

and making the same a part of the City of Omaha and to provide the effective date hereof, located northwest of 174th Street and Blondo Street, Manchester Ridge (SID 495) and a small portion of Andersen Meadows (SID 555) (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached. (VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, and hearing

60. ORD. 42264 An ordinance extending the limits of the City of Omaha over certain land in Douglas County, Nebraska, and incorporating the same into

and making the same a part of the City of Omaha and to provide the effective date hereof, located southeast of 192nd Street and Bedford Avenue, Elkhorn Highland Ridge (SID 502) (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached. (VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, and hearing

61. ORD. 42266 An ordinance extending the limits of the City of Omaha over certain land in Douglas County, Nebraska, and incorporating the same into

and making the same a part of the City of Omaha and to provide the effective date hereof, located southeast of 204th Street and Pacific Street, Pacific Street West (Tuscan Ridge) (SID 539) (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached. (VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, and hearing

62. ORD. 42265 An ordinance extending the limits of the City of Omaha over certain land in Douglas County, Nebraska, and incorporating the same into

and making the same a part of the City of Omaha and to provide the effective date hereof, located northwest of 168th Street and West Dodge Road, West Dodge Pointe (SID 538) and Adjacent Area (First Reading June 16, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing June 23, 2020; Third Reading July 14, 2020) see attached. (VOTE TODAY)
Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached. B. Amendment of the Whole requested by the Planning Department see

attached.
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ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING

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63. ORD. 42268 An ordinance to amend Omaha Municipal Code Sections 34-57 to create a penalty for those who commence excavation in City right-of-way

without a permit; the penalty of 100.00 per day will continue up such time as a permit is secured; to repeal Sections 34-57 as heretofore existing (First Reading June 23, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 14, 2020; Third Reading July 21, 2020) see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING TODAY)
Tagged Interests: right of way, ordinance, transportation, hearing, RIGHT OF WAY, and penalty

64. SPECIAL ORD. 10279 An ordinance levying a special tax assessment for cutting and clearing weeds, grass and worthless vegetation in accordance

with Sections 18-21 through 18-30 of the Omaha Municipal Code on certain lots in the City of Omaha Group 2020-08 (First Reading June 23, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 14, 2020; Third Reading July 21, 2020) see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, taxes, Taxes, and hearing

65. SPECIAL ORD. 10280 An ordinance levying a special tax assessment for litter removal in accordance with Sections 18-21 through 18-30 of the Omaha

Municipal Code on certain lots in the City of Omaha Group 2020-09 (First Reading June 23, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 14, 2020; Third Reading July 21, 2020) see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, taxes, Taxes, and hearing

66. ORD. 42269 An ordinance authorizing the approval of the Service Agreement between the City of Omaha, Nebraska, on behalf of the Omaha Police

Department (OPD), and Idemia Identity and Security USA, LLC (IDEMIA), to lease an IDEMIA Ruggedized LiveScan Station for digital fingerprinting, for a term of five years with the option to renew for another five years, and can be done so administratively. (The City shall pay IDEMIA 13,028.00 over the five-year period; payment will be made by the Nebraska State Patrol for Year 2020, and payments in the amount of 3,257.00 will be made by OPD for Year 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024.) (First Reading June 23, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 14, 2020; Third Reading July 21, 2020) see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING TODAY)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, leasing, security, public safety, and hearing

67. ORD. 42270 An ordinance to approve the acceptance of and authorize disbursement over more than one fiscal year from the Nebraska Crime

Commission, FY 2019 STOP Violence Against Women (VAWA) Grant, Award 2019-WF-AX-0004 ( 221,471) and Award 2017-WF-AX-0004 ( 24,644.45.00) in the amount of ( 246,115.45), with a match of 66,491.00 during the project period of July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021; to enhance victim assistance services and prosecute cases of domestic violence through the multi-agency Douglas County Community Response Team as detailed in the grant application; to authorize payment from such grant funding and involving appropriations of more than one fiscal year in conformity with Section 5.17 of the Home Rule Charter (First Reading June 23, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 14, 2020; Third Reading July 21, 2020) see attached. (PUBLIC HEARING TODAY)
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, boards and commissions, services, hearing, domestic violence, and crime

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NON-ACTION ITEMS

(Items 68 through 100 do not require a public hearing or City Council consideration at the present meeting, but will be placed on a future agenda for

a public hearing and City Council consideration. The reason for non-action is noted after the item on the agenda as well as the date the item is expected to appear on an agenda for City Council consideration.)
Tagged Interests: council and hearing

(CITY COUNCIL WILL NOT MEET ON AUGUST 4, 2020)

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ESTATES AT LOVELAND

68. ORD. 42267 An ordinance to rezone property located southeast of 87th and Pacific Streets from R2-Single-Family Residential District (Low-Density)

to R4-Single-Family Residential District (High-Density) (First Reading June 23, 2020; Second Reading July 14, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 21, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, zoning, property, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

69. RES. 2020-0604 Res. that, the Final Plat transmitted herewith entitled Estates at Loveland, a subdivision inside city limits, located southeast

of 87th and Pacific Streets, is hereby approved and concurrently a portion of the existing plat entitled Longview Addition, and described on said replat, is hereby vacated. The applicant is Royce Enterprises, Inc Inside City Limits see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 21, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 68)
Tagged Interests: streets, zoning, and subdivision

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

70. RES. 2020-0605 Res. that, the Subdivision Agreement among the City of Omaha, D L Real Estate Group, LLC, and The Estates at Loveland Owners

Association, as recommended by the Mayor, is hereby approved. The Subdivision is to be known as Estates at Loveland (Lots 1-18 and Outlots A-C) and is located southeast of 87th and Pacific Streets see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 21, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 68)
Tagged Interests: streets and subdivision

NATIONAL SUBDIVISION REPLAT 1

Tagged Interests: subdivision

71. RES. 2020-0638 Res. that, the Preliminary Plat entitled National Subdivision Replat 1, a minor plat inside city limits, located at 4421 and 4427

South 76th Circle, along with the conditions, is hereby accepted; and, the preparation of the final plat of this subdivision is hereby authorized. The applicant is Elliott Equipment Company Inside City Limits see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO ADVERTISE FOR PUBLIC HEARING AND TO NOTIFY SURROUNDING PROPERTY OWNERS)
Tagged Interests: equipment, zoning, advertising, subdivision, property, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

72. RES. 2020-0639 Res. that, the Final Plat entitled National Subdivision Replat 1, a minor plat inside city limits, located at 4421 and 4427 South

76th Circle, is hereby approved and accepted; and the replat transmitted herewith entitled National Subdivision Replat 1, a minor plat inside city limits, located at 4421 and 4427 South 76th Circle, is hereby approved, and concurrently a portion of the existing plat entitled National Subdivision, and described on said replat, is hereby vacated. The applicant is Elliott Equipment Company Inside City Limits see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 71)
Tagged Interests: equipment, zoning, and subdivision

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

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JOBMAN ADDITION

73. ORD. 42280 An ordinance to rezone the property located at 5110 Spaulding Street from R4(35)-Single-Family Residential District to R5-Urban Family

Residential District (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, zoning, property, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

74. ORD. 42281 An ordinance to approve a PUD-Planned Unit Development Overlay District in an R5-Urban Family Residential District located at 5110

Spaulding Street, to approve the Development Plan (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, development, zoning, subdivision, Development, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

75. RES. 2020-0635 Res. that, the Preliminary Plat entitled Jobman Addition, located at 5110 Spaulding Street, along with the conditions, is hereby

accepted; and, the preparation of the final plat of this subdivision is hereby authorized. The applicant is Orchard Valley, Inc Inside City Limits see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 73)
Tagged Interests: streets, zoning, and subdivision

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

76. RES. 2020-0636 Res. that, the Final Plat entitled Jobman Addition, located at 5110 Spaulding Street, is hereby approved and concurrently a

portion of the existing plat entitled Sierra Group 1st Addition, and described on said replat, is hereby vacated. The applicant is Orchard Valley, Inc Inside City Limits see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 73)
Tagged Interests: streets and zoning

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

77. RES. 2020-0637 Res. that, the Subdivision Agreement among the City of Omaha, Orchard Valley, Inc., and The Jobman Addition Homeowners

Association, as recommended by the Mayor, is hereby approved. The Subdivision is to be known as Jobman Addition (Lots 1-4) and is located at 5110 Spaulding Street see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 73)
Tagged Interests: streets and subdivision

MILLWORK COMMONS

78. ORD. 42284 An ordinance to rezone property located northeast of 14th and Nicholas Streets from CBD-Central Business District and HI-Heavy

Industrial District to CBD- Central Business District (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, business, streets, industrial, zoning, property, and hearing

79. ORD. 42285 An ordinance to rezone property located northeast of 14th and Nicholas Streets from CBD-Central Business District and HI-Heavy

Industrial District to HI-Heavy Industrial District (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, business, streets, industrial, zoning, property, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

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80. ORD. 42286 An ordinance to amend the boundaries of the NCE-Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District, to incorporate into that district the

property located northeast of 14th and Nicholas Streets; to approve an amendment to the Urban Design Element of the Master Plan for the City of Omaha to incorporate the Millwork Commons NCE District Plan into the Master Plan (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, Conservation, property, hearing, and neighborhood

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

81. ORD. 42287 An ordinance to rescind the ACI-1-Areas of Civic Importance Overlay District, for property located northeast of 14th and Nicholas

Streets (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, property, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

82. RES. 2020-0640 Res. that, the Final Plat transmitted herewith entitled Millwork Commons (Lots 1-7 and Outlot A), a subdivision inside the city

limits, located northeast of 14th and Nicholas Streets, is hereby approved, and concurrently a portion of the existing plats entitled The Original City of Omaha and The Coal Yard Replat 2, and described on said replat, is hereby vacated. The applicant is Paul Smith Inside City Limits see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 78)
Tagged Interests: streets, zoning, subdivision, electric, and Natural Resources - Coal

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

83. RES. 2020-0641 Res. that, the Subdivision Agreement between the City of Omaha and Millwork District I, LLC, as recommended by the Mayor, is

hereby approved. The Subdivision is to be known as Millwork Commons (Lots 1-7 and Outlot A) and is located northeast of 14th and Nicholas Streets. The City shall reimburse Millwork District I, LLC, for the cost of the 12th Street sewer, not to exceed 133,804.00, from the Combined Sewer Renovation (RNC), Organization 116912, Fund 21124 see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 78)
Tagged Interests: sewer, streets, utility, Utility, and subdivision

MERIDIAN ADDITION

84. ORD. 42288 An ordinance to approve a PUR-Planned Unit Redevelopment Overlay District in a GO-General Office District (property is located within

an ACI-Areas of Civic Importance Overlay District), located southwest of 72nd Street and West Center Road, to approve the Development Plan (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, development, Development, property, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

85. RES. 2020-0679 Res. that, the Preliminary Plat entitled Meridian Addition, a minor plat inside city limits, located southwest of 72nd Street and

West Center Road, along with the conditions, is hereby accepted; and, the preparation of the final plat of this subdivision is hereby authorized. The applicant is Jim Hughes-Meridian Development, LLC Inside City Limits see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 84)
Tagged Interests: road, streets, development, zoning, subdivision, and Development

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

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86. RES. 2020-0680 Res. that, the Final Plat entitled Meridian Addition, a minor plat inside city limits, southwest of 72nd Street and West Center

Road, is hereby approved and accepted; and that the replat transmitted herewith entitled Meridian Addition, a minor plat inside city limits, located southwest of 72nd Street and West Center Road, is hereby approved, and concurrently a portion of the existing plat entitled Westgate Addition, and described on said replat, is hereby vacated. The applicant is Jim Hughes- Meridian Development, LLC Inside City Limits see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 84)
Tagged Interests: road, streets, development, zoning, and Development

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

87. RES. 2020-0681 Res. that, the Subdivision Agreement between the City of Omaha and 2808 Partners, LLC, as recommended by the Mayor, is hereby

approved. The Subdivision is to be known as Meridian Addition (Lot 1) and is located southwest of 72nd Street and West Center Road see attached. (LAID OVER TO THE JULY 28, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO COINCIDE WITH ITEM 84)
Tagged Interests: road, streets, and subdivision

PLANNING ORDINANCES ON FIRST READING WITH PLANNING BOARD ATTACHMENTS

Tagged Interests: planning, ordinance, and boards and commissions

88. ORD. 42282 An ordinance to rezone property located at 3737 Lake Street from GI- General Industrial District to R5-Urban Family Residential

District (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, industrial, zoning, property, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

89. ORD. 42283 An ordinance to rezone property located at 4723 South 49th Avenue from DR-Development Reserve District to R5-Urban Family Residential

District (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading July 21, 2020; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, development, zoning, Development, property, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

ORDINANCES ON FIRST READING

Tagged Interests: ordinance

90. ORD. 42276 An ordinance vacating a portion of the north/south alley south of Vinton Street, between 17th and 18th Streets, abutting Lots 4 and 5,

Block 0 of J E Riley s Subdivision Addition, Douglas County, Nebraska; providing for the reversion or transfer of the same (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, subdivision, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

91. ORD. 42277 An ordinance vacating the north/south alley south of Charles Street, east of North 18th Street to the dead end, abutting Lots 10

through 15, Block C of Horbach s Subdivision in Horbach s 1st Addition, and Lot 1, Block 0 of Omaha Campus of Hope Addition, and Lot 2, Block 0 of New Visions Condos Addition, Douglas County, Nebraska; providing for the reversion or transfer of the same (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: drugs, ordinance, strategic, streets, subdivision, and hearing

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

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92. SPECIAL ORD. 10281 An ordinance levying a special tax and assessment on all lots and pieces of real estate within Street Improvement District

(SID) 6880, in the City of Omaha, to cover the cost of constructing and improving South 164th Street, from Poppleton Avenue to Peterson Drive, in Portland cement concrete (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, taxes, Taxes, and hearing

93. ORD. 42271 An ordinance to amend certain portions of Special Ordinance No. 10277, levying a special tax and assessment on certain lots, parts of

lots, and pieces of real estate in the City of Omaha, to cover the cost of constructing sidewalks in District No. SWR 2019-01, to reduce the assessment on the property located at 4743 S 16th Street in the amount of 638.40 plus accrued interest (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, taxes, Taxes, property, hearing, and Pedestrian

94. ORD. 42272 An ordinance approving an Agreement between the City of Omaha, the Omaha Public Power District (OPPD), and the Heartwood Preserve

Master Property Owners Association (S ID 583), involving the payment of money from appropriations of more than one year in accordance with Section 5.17 of the Home Rule Charter of 1956, as amended; to provide for the terms and conditions under which the Heartwood Preserve Master Property Owners Association will hire and pay a contractor to install and maintain non-City standard street lights throughout the Heartwood Development (S ID 583); to authorize the Finance Department to pay annual sums following future annexation of the Heartwood Preserve Development, not to exceed the agreed to baseline amount for City Standard street lights from the Street and Highway Allocation Fund 12131, Street Lighting Organization 116211 (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: highway, contractor, funding, ordinance, construction, finance, streets, development, streetscape, Development, property, hearing, annexation, and traffic

95. ORD. 42278 An ordinance to approve an Amendment to the Land Use Element of the Omaha Master Plan to expand the density corridor designation along

the existing corridors of West Center, West Dodge and West Maple Roads, and to add a 204th Street corridor (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, hearing, and corridor

96. ORD. 42279 An ordinance to approve an Amendment to the Transportation Element of the Omaha Master Plan to expand the density corridor designation

along the existing corridors of West Center, West Dodge and West Maple Roads, and to add a 204th Street corridor (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, transportation, hearing, and corridor

A. Planning Board and Planning Department recommend approval see attached.

Tagged Interests: planning and boards and commissions

97. ORD. 42273 An ordinance approving a redevelopment and Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Redevelopment Agreement between the City of Omaha and 38th

Leavenworth, LLC (subsidiary of Burlington Capital), to implement the 3814 Leavenworth Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Redevelopment Project Plan for a redevelopment project site located at 3814 Leavenworth Street, which proposes an infill redevelopment project that will transform a vacant site into a five-story, multi-family, market-rate 172 unit apartment building comprised of studios, one- and two-bedroom units and enclosed parking; the agreement authorizes the use of up to 3,300,000.00, plus accrued interest, in excess ad valorem taxes (TIF) generated by the development to help fund the cost of the project (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, ordinance, TIF, market, streets, taxes, Taxes, development, Development, hearing, ad valorem, and parking

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98. ORD. 42274 An ordinance to accept the bid of Waste Management in the total amount of 30,645.00 to provide rubbish container services to the four

(4) 18-hole Golf Courses, located at Benson Golf Course, Elmwood Golf Course, Johnny Goodman Golf Course and Knolls Golf Course; and to the four (4) 9-hole Golf Courses, Spring lake Golf Course, Steve Hogan Golf Course, Warren Swigart Golf Course and Westwood Golf Course, Omaha, Nebraska. This is a one year agreement, with the option to renew for two (2) one-year terms, to authorize annual payments as specified therein in the amount of 10,215.00 per year, for a total amount of 30,645.00 (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, ordinance, services, hearing, and golf

99. ORD. 42275 An ordinance to ratify an Investment Manager Agreement involving the payment of funds from appropriations of more than one (1) year in

accordance with Section 5.17 of the Home Ruler Charter of the City of Omaha, 1956, as amended, between the City of Omaha and Scout Investments, Inc.; to provide services as an investment manager to invest and reinvest City assets as determined by the Finance Director with such fees to be based on a ratio of the assets being invested at 0.10 for the first hundred million and 0.05 for any amount over that (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: impact fee, funding, ordinance, finance, services, investment, hearing, and manager

100. ORD. 42289 An ordinance to amend Omaha Municipal Code, Chapter 13, Article IV, entitled Fair Housing, Sections 13-300, 13-321, 13-322. 13-323,

and 13-330; to add provisions prohibiting housing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity (First Reading July 14, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing July 21, 2020; Third Reading July 28, 2020) see attached.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, discrimination, hearing, gender, and housing

EXECUTIVE SESSION

101. Motion to go into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing labor negotiations, personnel matters, and litigation.

Tagged Interests: legal, personnel, and union

ADJOURNMENT

This Agenda, which shall be kept continually current, shall be available for public inspection in the Office of the City Clerk, Omaha/Douglas Civic

Center, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite LC-1, Omaha, NE, during normal business hours.
Tagged Interests: streets

All requests for sign language interpreters (signers) will require a minimum of 48 hours advance notice. Alternative formats require a minimum of 72

hours advance notice. Please contact Sherri Brown at (402) 444-5554 if arrangements need to be made.

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