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, SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 @ 7:00 P.M.
Chrysalis Event Center, 1046 W Lincoln St, Papillion
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 Event Center
  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 September 7, 2021, City Council Meeting
  3. RES. R21-0175 – A resolution to approve claims as presented – Nancy Hypse – 597-2020
  4. RES. R21-0176 – A resolution to approve final payment for Ultra-Thin Bonded Asphalt System (UBAS) to McAnany Construction Inc of Shawnee, KS in the amount of $698,995.55 – Jeff Thompson – 597-2043
  5. RES. R21-0185 – A resolution to approve the Tree Board Reappointments of Chad Picha and Tom Lundahl for three years with a term to expire in October of 2024 – Introduced by Mayor David P. Black, Staff Report by Tony Gowan – 597-2040
  6. RES. R21-0186 – A resolution to renew Travelers Insurance Company as the provider for the City’s property, liability, and workers’ compensation insurance coverage – Amber Powers – 827-1111
  7. RES. R21-0189 – A resolution to approve an intent to apply for the 2021 Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant through the Nebraska Games and Parks Commission – Tony Gowan – 597-2049
4.

Ordinances First Reading

  1. ORD. 1942 – An ordinance to amend §205- 218 (Fence Regulations) of Article XXXIV (Supplemental Site Development Regulations), or Chapter 205 (Zoning Regulations) to provide regulations for residential trash enclosures. The applicant is Councilman Steve Sunde. (Residential Trash Enclosures Amendment) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  2. ORD. 1950 – An ordinance to approve a request for a Change of Zone from CC Community Commercial and R-4 Multiple-Family Residential to CC Community Commercial and R-4 Multiple-Family Residential for the property legally described as Lots 1 – 4, 6, 7, and Outlot A, Seventy Two Place, generally located SE of 72nd St & Schram Rd. The applicant is Papio Park, LLC. (Seventy Two Place Replat 1) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  3. ORD. 1951 – An ordinance to approve the vacation of S 71st Street and Flint Drive right-of-way abutting Lots 2-6, Seventy Two Place with title to vest in the abutting property owner. (Papillion Schram Road Partners LLC) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
5.

Ordinances Second Reading and Public Hearings

  1. ORD. 1945 – An ordinance to Amend Chapter 195 Water, to allow for the implementation of a residential meter replacement program – Alex Evans – 597-2043
6.

Ordinances Third Reading and Resolutions

  1. RES. R21-0178 – A resolution to approve a Final Plat for the property legally described as Lots 3 – 10 Gold Coast Heights and Rose Street right-of-way, generally located NW of Bristol St and W Gold Coast Rd. The applicant is VKB Properties, LLC. (Gold Coast Heights Replat 2) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  2. RES. R21-0179 – PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE – A resolution to approve a Special Use Permit to allow Multiple-family residential as a permitted use for the property legally described as Lots 3 – 10 Gold Coast Heights and Rose Street right-of-way, generally located NW of Bristol St and W Gold Coast Rd. The applicant is VKB Properties, LLC. (Gold Coast Heights Replat 2) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  3. RES. R21-0180 – A resolution to approve a Motion to Reconsider for ORD 1912, an ordinance to amend Chapter 205 (Zoning Ordinance), Article XXXVI having to do with Off-Street Parking – Requested by Councilmember Steve Engberg, Staff Report by Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  4. 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
  5. RES. R21-0181 – A resolution to approve a Motion to Reconsider for 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 – Requested by Councilmember Steve Engberg, Staff Report by Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  6. 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
  7. RES. R21-0182 – PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE – A resolution to approve a Class I Liquor License for Elegant Edge Events, LLC d/b/a The Fireside, 841 Tara Plz, Papillion, NE 68046, and Manager Application for Natalie J Kotrc – Amber Powers – 827-1111
  8. RES. R21-0184 – A resolution to approve the revision of Exhibit F-3 of the Third Amendment North Shore Commercial Subdivision Agreement – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  9. RES. R21-0187 – A resolution to establish 2021/2022 salary ranges for management and exempt positions – Carrie Svendsen – 827-7619
  10. RES. R21-0188 – A resolution to approve the establishing of COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave for Full-Time and Regular Part-Time Employees – Carrie Svendsen – 827-7619
  11. ORD. 1943 – An ordinance to approve the vacation of the unimproved part of Rose St right-of-way in part of the NW ¼ of the SE ¼ of Section 34, T14N, R12E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska with title thereto retained by the City of Papillion – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  12. ORD. 1944 – An ordinance to approve the conveyance of title for Rose St right-of-way to be vacated by Ordinance #1943 from the City of Papillion to VKB, Properties, LLC – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
7.

Administrative Reports

  1. Committee Reports
  2. Comments from the Floor
  3. Comments from Mayor and Council
  4. Closed Session: Litigation, Personnel Matters, and Negotiations
8.

Adjournment

UPCOMING EVENTS: City Council Meeting – Tuesday, October 5, 2021 @ 7:00 PM