CITY OF PAPILLION
David P. Black, Mayor
122 East Third Street
Papillion, NE 68046
Phone 402-827-1111
Fax 402-339-0670
PAPILLION CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019 @ 7:00 P.M.
1.

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 City Council Chambers
  5. Proclamations
  6. Oath of Office
  7. Presentations
2.

Administrator's Report

3.

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 March 19, 2019, City Council Meeting
  3. Approval of the bills as presented
  4. RES. R19-0056 – A resolution to award the bid for 2019-2020 On-Call City Wide Paving Repairs to DIY Holding Company, LLC of Omaha, NE in the amount of $506,190.50 – Jeff Thompson – 597-2043
  5. RES. R19-0058 – A resolution to withdraw from the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement for the South Metro Regional SWAT Team – Scott Lyons – 597-2035
  6. RES. R19-0059 – A resolution to approve an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of Papillion, City of La Vista, and Sarpy County to participate in the Sarpy County SWAT Team and Crisis Negotiation Unit – Scott Lyons – 597-2035
  7. RES. R19-0060 – A resolution to approve an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of Papillion, City of La Vista, and Sarpy County to participate in the Sarpy Tactical Medic (STacMed) Team – Scott Lyons - 597-2035
4.

Ordinances First Reading

  1. ORD. 1838 – An ordinance to annex certain real estate to the City of Papillion, Nebraska, and to provide for an effective date thereof – Amber Powers – 827-1778
  2. ORD. 1839 – An ordinance to change the official zoning map of the City of Papillion in accordance with Section 205-32 of the Papillion Municipal Code to adopt a zoning map and to apply existing or future zoning regulations, property use regulations, building ordinances, electrical ordinances, plumbing ordinances, and all other regulatory ordinances of the City Of Papillion pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. §16-901 and to provide for an effective date thereof – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
5.

Ordinances Second Reading and Public Hearings

  1. ORD. 1834 – An ordinance to amend § 205-249(D)(4) of Chapter 205 Zoning, Article XXXVI Off-Street Parking, having to do with the regulators for parking recreational vehicles and trailers in a residential district. The applicant is the City of Papillion. (Recreational Vehicle Amendment) – Submitted by Councilmember Lu Ann Kluch, Staff Report by Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  2. ORD. 1836 – An ordinance to amend Chapter 24. Elections, of the Papillion Municipal Code to add a new section requiring written notice of a proposed ordinance to redraw ward boundaries to be sent to residences which would move into a different ward as a result of such ordinance, and to require three (3) readings of a proposed ordinance to redraw ward boundaries and to prohibit the suspension of any such readings – Submitted by Councilmember Tom Mumgaard, Staff Report by Christine Myers – 827-1111
6.

Ordinances Third Reading and Resolutions

  1. RES. R19-0054 – A resolution to authorize the Public Works Department to apply for American Public Works Association (APWA) Accreditation; to approve the APWA Accreditation Agreement; and to assign Jennifer Roesler as the Accreditation Manager – Jeff Thompson – 597-2043
  2. RES. R19-0055PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE – A resolution to approve an application received by Sarpy County from Sanitary and Improvement District No. 293 to connect residential lots within Ashbury Farm (Lots 1-14 and Lots 40-73) to the North Shore Commercial Outfall Sewer pursuant to the County Industrial Sewer Connection Act – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  3. RES. R19-0061 - A resolution to approve an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of Papillion, Nebraska and the City of Gretna, Nebraska regarding the cities’ present and future jurisdictional authority boundaries relative exclusively to one another – Christine Myers – 827-1111
  4. RES. R19-0062 – A resolution to waive utility turn-on fees from March 13, 2019, through June 1, 2019, for those displaced by flooding – Nancy Hypse – 597-2020
7.

Administrative Reports

  1. Committee Reports: Finance & Administration Committee
  2. Comments from the Floor
  3. Comments from Mayor and Council
  4. Closed Session: Labor Negotiations and Contract Negotiations
8.

Adjournment

UPCOMING EVENTS: City Council Meeting – Tuesday, April 16, 2019 @ 7:00 PM