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 17, 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: 1. Karla Rupiper - Retirement
     2. Dick Kimball - Civil Service Commission Retirement
  6. Oath of Office
  7. Presentations
      RECESS for retirement reception
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 3, 2019, City Council Meeting
  3. RES. R19-0188 – A resolution to approve claims as presented – Nancy Hypse – 597-2020
  4. RES. R19-0185 – A resolution to approve the appointment of Karla Rupiper to the Civil Service Commission for a five (5) year term from September 2019 to September 2024 – Introduced by Mayor David P. Black, Staff Report by Carrie Svendsen – 827-7619
  5. RES. R19-0190 – A resolution to approve a Special Designated Liquor License for FYIMI Scholarship Foundation for an event to be held at St. Columbkille Catholic Church on October 18, 2019, from 6:00-11:00 PM – Nicole Brown – 597-2021
4.

Ordinances First Reading

  1. ORD. 1847 – An ordinance to approve a Change of Zone from AG (Agricultural) to RE (Rural Residential Estates) for the property legally described as part of the SW¼ of Section 6, T13N, R13E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, NE, generally located at 5651 Maass Road. The applicant is Martin Stepanek. (Stepanek Farms) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  2. ORD. 1854 – An ordinance to amend Sections 9-2, 9-3, and 9-4 of Chapter 9 Boards, Commissions and Committees, of the Papillion Municipal Code to reflect amendments to the Library Board bylaws – Amber Powers – 827-1778
5.

Ordinances Second Reading and Public Hearings

  1. ORD. 1852 – 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 Ordinance Amendment) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
6.

Ordinances Third Reading and Resolutions

  1. RES. R19-0069 – A resolution to adjust the salary tier ranges for management and exempt positions effective October 1, 2019 – Carrie Svendsen – 827-7619
  2. RES. R19-0171PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE – A resolution to approve a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to amend all maps attached to or otherwise made a part of the Comprehensive Plan (including all maps attached to or otherwise made a part of any amendments to the Comprehensive Plan approved by City Council) to reflect the boundary established between the City of Papillion and the City of Gretna separating such cities’ future land use, planning, zoning, and annexation jurisdiction as depicted in the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement, dated April 16, 2019, for the establishment of such boundary. The applicant is the City of Papillion. (Comprehensive Plan Amendment for Gretna Boundary Agreement) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  3. ORD. 1835 – An ordinance to approve a Change of Zone from AG (Agricultural) to R-4 (Multiple-Family Residential) for the property legally described as a replatting of Lot 1, Seibold Acres, a subdivision as surveyed, platted, and recorded in Sarpy County, NE, together with Tax Lots 3 and 4 in the S½ of the SW¼ of Section 32, T14N, R12E of the 6th PM, Sarpy County, NE, generally located on the NW Corner of S 114th St and Schram Rd. The applicant is Pinecrest Homes, LLC. (Ashbury Creek 2) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  4. RES. R19-0172 – A resolution to approve a Final Plat for the property legally described as a replatting of Lot 1, Seibold Acres, a subdivision as surveyed, platted, and recorded in Sarpy County, NE, together with Tax Lot 4 and part of Tax Lot 3 in the S½ of the SW¼ of Section 32, T14N, R12E of the 6th PM, Sarpy County, NE, generally located on the NW Corner of S 114th St and Schram Rd. The applicant is Pinecrest Homes, LLC. (Ashbury Creek 2 – Phase 1) – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  5. RES. R19-0173 – A resolution to approve the Ashbury Creek 2 Subdivision Agreement – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  6. RES. R19-0174 – A resolution to approve the Sewer and Water Connection Agreement for SID 338, Ashbury Creek 2 – Jeff Thompson – 597-2043
  7. RES. R19-0175 – A resolution to approve the insertion of a revised Exhibit F-4 into the Fourth Amendment to Granite Falls North Subdivision Agreement – Mark Stursma – 597-2077
  8. RES. R19-0179 – A resolution to approve installation of “No Parking This Side of Street” signage in the Eagle Ridge, Eagle Hills, Eagle Crest, Riverchase, and Walnut Creek Estates Subdivisions – Jeff Thompson – 597-2043
  9. RES. R19-0189 – A resolution to approve the Fraternal Order of Police, Papillion Lodge #19 Union Agreement – Christine Myers – 827-1111
  10. RES. R19-0191 – A resolution to approve Addendum One to the Agreement between the City of Papillion, Nebraska and the Papillion Classified Employee Association (PCEA) – Amber Powers – 827-1778
  11. RES. R19-0193 – A resolution to approve policy changes for §§ 3-3. Paid Personal Days, 3-5. Sick Leave, and 3-20. Post-Employment Health Plan of the Personnel Manual, and to add § 3-21. Elective Retiree Health Insurance Benefit – Carrie Svendsen – 827-7619
  12. RES. R19-0194 – A resolution to renew Travelers’ Insurance Company as the provider for the City’s property, liability, and workers’ compensation insurance coverage – Amber Powers – 827-1778
  13. RES. R19-0195 – A resolution to approve changes to the management and exempt employee contributions for health insurance – Carrie Svendsen – 827-7619
7.

Administrative Reports

  1. Committee Reports: Public Safety Committee
  2. Comments from the Floor
  3. Comments from Mayor and Council
  4. Closed Session: Contract Negotiations and Potential Litigation
8.

Adjournment

UPCOMING EVENTS: City Council Meeting – Tuesday, October 1, 2019 @ 7:00 PM