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, FEBRUARY 4, 2020 @ 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 available
  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 January 21, 2020, City Council Meeting
  3. RES. R20-0024 – A resolution to approve claims as presented – Nancy Hypse – 597-2020
  4. RES. R20-0022 – A resolution to approve an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Bellevue, City of La Vista, and Sarpy County for the Sarpy County Traffic Safety Task Force – Scott Lyons – 597-2035
4.

Ordinances First Reading

  1. ORD. 1867 – An ordinance to amend Section 205-11 of Article II (Development Definitions), Section 205-18 of Article II (Use Types), and Table 205-38 of Article IV (Zoning District Regulations), all of Chapter 205 of the Papillion Municipal Code, having to do with Alternative Energy Production Services, Solar Energy Systems, and Utilities. The applicant is the City of Papillion. (Solar Energy Zoning Amendment) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  2. ORD. 1868 – An ordinance to approve an amendment to the 2019/2020 Fiscal Budget – Nancy Hypse – 597-2020
  3. ORD. 1869 – An ordinance to amend Papillion Municipal Code § 46-13 entitled “Rules of Conduct” regarding motions and voting in Council meetings – Introduced by Councilmember Tom Mumgaard, Staff Report by Christine Myers – 827-1111
5.

Ordinances Second Reading and Public Hearings

  1. ORD. 1861 – An ordinance to amend Section 205-279 of Article XXXIX (Nonconforming Development) of Chapter 205 of the Papillion Municipal Code, having to do with Nonconforming Uses. (Nonconforming Development Ordinance Amendment) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  2. ORD. 1866 – An ordinance to amend Chapter 81 of the Papillion Municipal Code, entitled “Alcoholic Beverages,” by adding new sections numbered 81-21 through 81-30 regarding Entertainment Districts – Christine Myers – 827-1111
6.

Ordinances Third Reading and Resolutions

  1. RES. R20-0023 – A resolution to approve the appointment of Amber Powers as City Administrator – Mayor David P. Black – 827-1111
  2. RES. R20-0025 – A resolution to approve the appointment of Philip Green as Deputy City Administrator – Mayor David P. Black – 827-1111
    A.  Oath of Office
  3. RES. R20-0016 – A resolution to approve applications for the 2020 Summer Fireworks Season (June 25th-July 4th) – Nicole Brown – 597-2021
  4. RES. R20-0017 – A resolution to approve a License Agreement with Harry Bossard American Legion Post 32, 230 W Lincoln St, Papillion, NE, regarding the Legion’s proposed temporary and limited use of an adjacent small parcel of City Park property – Nicole Brown – 597-2021
  5. RES. R20-0018PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE – A resolution to approve a motion to reconsider Resolution No. R20-0003, consent to the resettlement of refugees within the City of Papillion, pursuant to Presidential Executive Order No. 13888 – Introduced by Councilmember Tom Mumgaard, Staff Report by Nicole Brown – 597-2021
  6. RES. R20-0003 – A resolution to grant consent to the resettlement of refugees within the City of Papillion, pursuant to Presidential Executive Order No. 13888 – Amber Powers – 827-1778
  7. RES. R20-0019 – A resolution to approve the installation of “No Parking” signs at several locations – Alex Evans – 597-2043 (Tabled from the January 21, 2020, City Council Meeting)
  8. RES. R20-0029 – A resolution to approve the First Amendment to the Schram & HWY 50 Subdivision Agreement – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  9. RES. R20-0030 – A resolution to accept Dedications of Street Right-of-Way for two (2) tracts of Gold Coast Rd and Cooper St right-of-way with Tax Lot 10, 35-14-11, and Lot 1, Schram & HWY 50 – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
7.

Administrative Reports

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

Adjournment

UPCOMING EVENTS: Public Facilities Committee – Tuesday, February 18, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
                                     City Council Meeting – Tuesday, February 18, 2020 @ 7:00 PM