David P. Black, Mayor
122 East Third Street
Papillion, NE 68046
Phone 402-827-1111
Fax 402-339-0670

TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 2021 @ 7:00 P.M.
Chrysalis Event Center, 1046 W Lincoln St, Papillion

Call to Order

  1. Roll Call
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Affidavit of Publication
  4. Public announcement that a current copy of the Open Meeting Act is posted in the Event Center
  5. Proclamations
  6. Oath of Office 
  7. Presentations

Administrator's Report


Consent Agenda Items

(Note:  all consent items are automatically approved when the agenda is approved unless REMOVED by a council member.  Removed items will be placed under REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS for action by the City Council)

  1. Approval of the agenda as presented
  2. Approval of the minutes from the February 16, 2021, City Council Meeting
  3. RES. R21-0040 – A resolution to approve claims as presented – Nancy Hypse – 597-2020
  4. RES. R21-0033 – A resolution to approve the reappointments of Jeff Perkins and Mike Henton to the Papillion Tree Board for a term of three years from March 2021 to March 2024 – Introduced by Mayor David P. Black, Staff Report by Tony Gowan – 597-2049
  5. RES. R21-0044 – A resolution to award the contract for Wellfield Electrical Upgrade 77 Series Wells Project to Omaha Electric Service, Inc of Omaha, NE in the amount of $155,042.00 – Alex Evans – 597-2043

Ordinances First Reading


Ordinances Second Reading and Public Hearings

  1. ORD. 1912 – An ordinance to amend Chapter 205 (Zoning Ordinance), Article XXXVI having to do with Off-Street Parking. The applicant is the City of Papillion. (Off-Street Parking Regulations Amendment) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  2. ORD. 1922 – An ordinance to amend § 166-29 (Cutting Curb) of Article III (Curbs and Gutters) of Chapter 166 (Streets and Sidewalks Regulations) of the Papillion Municipal Code having to do with the adoption of regulations for driveway and on-street parking location, design, and construction. The applicant is the City of Papillion. (Driveway and On-Street Parking Regulations Amendment) – Jeff Thompson – 597-2043
  3. ORD. 1923 – An ordinance to amend § 205- 208(C) of Article XXXIII (Supplemental Use Regulations), of Chapter 205 Zoning Regulations having to do with accessory uses for Civic use types. The applicant is the City of Papillion. (Accessory Uses for Civic Use Types) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  4. ORD. 1924 – An ordinance to amend (1) Table 205-38 (Permitted Uses Table) of Article IV (Zoning District Regulations) of the Papillion Municipal Code to allow Multiple-family Residential in the CC Community Commercial District by Special Use Permit; and (2) § 205-89 (Site Regulations) of Article XIV (Community Commercial District) to adopt site regulation for Multiple-family residential. The applicant is Collective Development c/o Max Honaker. (Multi-Family in the CC District) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  5. ORD. 1925 – An ordinance to amend Papillion Municipal Code Chapter 117 to amend the number of allowable fireworks permits based on population and to create a scoring process for selection of licensees – Amber Powers – 827-1111
  6. ORD. 1926 – An ordinance to amend Papillion Municipal Code Chapter 117 to provide for clarification of who can perform work related to the issuance of a fireworks permit and to require an affidavit stating compliance – Amber Powers – 827-1111

Ordinances Third Reading and Resolutions

  1. RES. R21-0035PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE – A resolution to approve a Special Use Permit to allow Multiple-Family Residential as the principal use for the property legally described as Lot 29A, Huntington Park Replat, generally located at 1409 E Gold Coast Rd. The applicant is Max Honaker. (Liberty Lodge Special Use Permit) – Mark Stursma – 597-207
  2. RES. R21-0036 – A resolution to approve right-of-way acquisitions for 72nd St and Applewood Dr Tract 1 – Jeff Thompson – 597-2043
  3. RES. R21-0037 – A resolution to approve the First Amendment to the Lincoln Way Subdivision Agreement – Mark Stursma – 597-2077


Administrative Reports

  1. Committee Reports: Finance & Administration Committee
  2. Comments from the Floor
  3. Comments from Mayor and Council
  4. Closed Session: Litigation, Personnel Matters, and Negotiations


UPCOMING EVENTS: City Council Mtg – Tuesday, March 16, 2021 @ 7:00 PM