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CITY OF OMAHA PUBLIC NOTICES 12/12/18  12/12/18 10:16:55 AM

CITY OF OMAHA
 
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Omaha met on December 4, 2018 and passed and approved the ordinances entitled:
 
ORDINANCE NO. 41659
AN ORDINANCE to amend the official zoning map of the City of Omaha adopted by Section 55-65 of the Omaha Municipal Code, by changing certain boundaries of the official zoning map of the City of Omaha in accordance with Section 55-886 of the Omaha Municipal Code, to rezone property north of 101st Street and Blair High Road from GI-General Industrial District, GC-General Commercial District, MH-Mobile Home Residential District, and DR-Development Reserve District to DR-Development Reserve (portions of the property are located within the FW-Floodway Overlay District and FF-Flood Fringe Overlay District). BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. The official zoning map adopted by Section 55-65 of the Omaha Municipal Code be, and the same hereby is, changed and amended in accordance with Section 55-886 of the Omaha Municipal Code so that: Outlots A, B, C, and D, Plaza 133, a subdivision as surveyed, platted and recorded in Douglas County, Nebraska, are hereby rezoned from GI-General Industrial District, GC-General Commercial District, MH-Mobile Home Residential District, and DR-Development Reserve District to DR-Development Reserve District.. Section 2. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect fifteen (15) days from the date of its passage.
 
First Reading November 6, 2018; Second Reading November 20, 2018; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote December 4, 2018
 
PASSED: December 4, 2018: 7-0
City of Omaha
Jean Stothert,
Mayor
Elizabeth Butler,
City Clerk
 
12-12-18
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ORDINANCE NO. 41660
AN ORDINANCE to amend the official zoning map of the City of Omaha adopted by Section 55-65 of the Omaha Municipal Code, by changing certain boundaries of the official zoning map of the City of Omaha in accordance with Section 55-886 of the Omaha Municipal Code, to rezone property north of 101st Street and Blair High Road from GI-General Industrial District, GC-General Commercial District, MH-Mobile Home Residential District, and DR-Development Reserve District to GI-General Industrial District (portions of the property are located within the FW-Floodway Overlay District and FF-Flood Fringe Overlay District) . BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. The official zoning map adopted by Section 55-65 of the Omaha Municipal Code be, and the same hereby is, changed and amended in accordance with Section 55-886 of the Omaha Municipal Code so that: Lots 1 thru 9, Plaza 133, a subdivision as surveyed, platted and recorded in Douglas County, Nebraska, are hereby rezoned from GI-General Industrial District, GC-General Commercial District, MH-Mobile Home Residential District, and DR-Development Reserve District to GI-General Industrial District.. Section 2. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect fifteen (15) days from the date of its passage.
 
First Reading November 6, 2018; Second Reading November 20, 2018; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote December 4, 2018
 
PASSED: December 4, 2018: 7-0
City of Omaha
Jean Stothert,
Mayor
Elizabeth Butler,
City Clerk
 
12-12-18
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ORDINANCE NO. 41661
AN ORDINANCE to amend the boundaries of the IG-Industrial Gateway Overlay District, to incorporate into that district the property located north of 101st Street and Blair High Road; and to provide for an effective date. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. In accordance with Sections 55-664 through 55-670 of the Omaha Municipal Code, the official zoning map adopted by Section 55-65 of the Omaha Municipal Code be, and the same hereby is, changed and amended so that: Lots 4 thru 6, Plaza 133, a subdivision as surveyed, platted and recorded in Douglas County, Nebraska, is incorporated into the JG-Industrial Gateway Overlay District; provided, that the base zoning district for such property shall not be changed by this ordinance. Section 2. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect fifteen (15) days from the date of its passage.
 
First Reading November 6, 2018; Second Reading November 20, 2018; Third Reading, Public Hearing and Vote December 4, 2018
 
PASSED: December 4, 2018: 7-0
City of Omaha
Jean Stothert,
Mayor
Elizabeth Butler,
City Clerk
 
12-12-18
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ORDINANCE NO. 41662
AN ORDINANCE to approve the Collective Bargaining Agreement for the years 2018, 2019, and 2020 between the City of Omaha and the Omaha City Employees, Local 251, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO; to provide that any ordinances of the City of Omaha, and any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, which are in conflict with the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement shall not be applicable to those employees in the Bargaining Unit described in Article 1, Section 1, of said Collective Bargaining Agreement; to provide authorization for the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest her signature; and to provide the effective date hereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. There is a need to approve the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City of Omaha and the Omaha City Employees, Local No. 251, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, for the years 2018, 2019, and 2020. A copy of said Collective Bargaining Agreement is attached hereto and by this reference made a part hereof. Section 2. Any ordinances of the City of Omaha, and rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, which are in conflict with the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement shall not be applicable to those employees in the Bargaining Unit described in Article 1, Section 1, of said Collective Bargaining Agreement. Section 3. The Mayor of the City of Omaha is hereby authorized to execute the Collective Bargaining Agreement on behalf of the City of Omaha, and the City Clerk is authorized to attest to her signature. Section 4. This Ordinance shall be in full force and take effect fifteen (15) days from and after its passage.
 
First Reading November 6, 2018; Second Reading and Public Hearing November 20, 2018; Third Reading and Vote December 4, 2018
 
PASSED: December 4, 2018: 7-0
City of Omaha
Jean Stothert,
Mayor
Elizabeth Butler,
City Clerk
 
12-12-18
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ORDINANCE NO. 41663
AN ORDINANCE to approve the acceptance of and authorize disbursement over more than one fiscal year from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, FY 2018 Criminal and Juvenile Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program Grant, Award #2018-MO-BX-0004 in the amount of six hundred and ninety thousand, two hundred and forty dollars ($690,240), during the project period of January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2021; to build the Heartland Crisis Intervention Team's (CIT) capacity to comprehensively respond to people with mental illnesses in the Omaha metro area; to authorize payment from such grant funding and involving appropriations of more than one fiscal year in conformity with Section 5.17 of the Home Rule Charter; and, providing for the effective date thereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. That, as recommended by the Mayor, the acceptance of and disbursement from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, FY 2018 Criminal and Juvenile Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program Grant, Award #2018-MO-BX-0004 in the amount of six hundred and ninety thousand, two hundred and forty dollars ($690,240), during the project period of January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2021; to build the Heartland Crisis Intervention Team's (CIT) capacity to comprehensively respond to people with mental illnesses in the Omaha metro area, is hereby approved. Section 2. A copy of such grant award and special conditions, program narrative, budget and budget narrative, and Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) are attached by this reference and made a part hereof. Section 3. That, the grant period extends from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2021, commencing upon approval of this ordinance. In conformity with Section 5.17 of the Home Rule Charter, approval of this Ordinance, involving appropriations of more than one year from receipt of grant funds and expenditures, is hereby authorized. Section 4. That, there is an in-kind match of $155,592 with this grant award, provided by Heartland Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) partners. Section 5. That, this Ordinance, being administrative and not legislative in character, shall be in full force and take effect immediately upon passage.
 
First Reading November 6, 2018; Second Reading and Public Hearing November 20, 2018; Third Reading and Vote December 4, 2018
 
PASSED: December 4, 2018: 7-0
City of Omaha
Jean Stothert,
Mayor
Elizabeth Butler,
City Clerk
 
12-12-18
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ORDINANCE NO. 41664
AN ORDINANCE to amend Section 3 of Ordinance No. 41152 adopted May 16, 2017 to change the effective date for applications under the Nebraska Property Assessed Clean Energy Act (PACE) program; and to provide the effective date hereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. That Section 3 of Ordinance 41152, adopted May 16, 2017, is hereby amended to read as follows: Section 3. District Boundaries and Requirements Pursuant to NEB. REV. STAT.§ 18- 3204(3). A. The City finds that the financing of energy projects is a valid public purpose; B. The boundaries of the District shall be the corporate boundaries of the City and its extraterritorial jurisdiction, as allowed pursuant to NEB. REV. STAT. § 18-3204(1); C. The District Administrator shall use a contract form for assessment contracts between the City, the owner of the qualifying property, and a third-party lender, substantially in the form or containing terms as attached hereto as Exhibit "A," governing the terms and conditions of financing and annual assessments that is in accordance with the Act, including NEB. REV. STAT.§ 18-3205(1), which provides for repayment of the costs financed through annual assessments upon the qualifying property benefited by the energy project; D. The Mayor of the City is authorized to enter into assessment contracts on behalf of the District; E. The District Administrator will use a financing application process and eligibility requirements, which shall be more specifically defined in a program manual created by the District Administrator, for financing energy projects in accordance with the requirements of the Act and accepted by the third-party lender. The application process and program eligibility requirements shall be, at a minimum, as follows: i. Submission of an application to the District Administrator, which shall include, but not be limited to, the following information: a) Applicant name and contact information, including property owner and developer; b) Project location and legal description; c) Identification of contractor or supplier, including anticipated PACE contractor and a copy of the approved bid for the energy efficiency project; d) Project description; e) Total project cost; f) Description of proposed improvements; g) Description of energy efficiency project to be financed; h) Amount of requested assessment; i) Interest rate on the PACE assessment and any required fees; j) Term of assessment; k) Estimated savings I) Title report showing any mortgage or lien holders m) Lender consent; n) Projected jobs created by PACE project; o) Project environmental benefits; p) Energy audit report; q) Funding source; r) All other such information as needed to demonstrate the project complies with all the requirements of the Act. ii. The District Administrator shall review the application to determine whether the energy project meets the eligibility requirements of the Act and this Ordinance. An energy project shall not be eligible for PACE financing if the qualifying property is subject to any of the following: a) Delinquent ad valorem taxes; b) Delinquent personal property taxes; c) Delinquent special assessments; d) Overdue or delinquent water or sewer charges; e) Involuntary liens, including but not limited to construction liens; f) Notice of default pursuant to any mortgage or deed of trust related to the qualifying property, or g) If the property owner or property developer is delinquent in the payment of any assessment required to be paid for any energy efficiency improvement financed pursuant to the Act. iii. If the energy project (including an energy project that was under construction and without a certificate of occupancy on or after July 19. 2016. the effective date of the Act) is determined to be eligible under the terms of the Act and as required in this Ordinance, the District Administrator shall review the application and recommend approval, request additional information, or deny the application, in its sole discretion. iv. Upon approval of an application, the District Administrator is authorized to proceed with an assessment contract, as allowed for and required herein. F. Pursuant to NEB. REV. STAT. § 18-3205(7), annual assessments agreed to under an assessment contract shall be levied against the qualifying property and collected in accordance with the Act; G. The District shall establish procedures to determine the following in the future: i. Provisions for an adequate debt s19rvice reserve fund created under Section 18-3209, if applicable; ii. Provisions for an adequate loss reserve fund created under Section 18-3208, if applicable; and iii. Any application, administration, or other program fees to be charged to owners participating in the program that will be used to finance costs incurred by the City as a result of the program; which costs shall be deducted before remitting the remainder to the third-party PACE financing program administrator. H. The term of the annual assessments shall not exceed the weighted average useful life of the energy project paid for by the annual assessments; I. Any energy efficiency improvement that is not permanently affixed to the qualifying property upon which an annual assessment is imposed to repay the cost of such energy efficiency improvement must be conveyed with the qualifying property if a transfer of ownership of the qualifying property occurs during the term of the annual assessment; J. Prior to the effective date of any contract that binds the purchaser to purchase qualifying property upon which an annual assessment is imposed, the owner shall provide notice to the purchaser that the purchaser assumes responsibility for payment of the annual assessment as provided in NEB. REV. STAT.§ 18-3205(3)(d), that the obligations set forth in the assessment contract, including the obligation to pay annual assessments, are a covenant that shall run with the land and must be obligations upon future owners of the qualifying property; K. In connection with providing PACE financing, the District will provide for marketing and participant education; L. After the energy project is completed, the District and/or its third-party lenders shall obtain verification that the renewable energy system or energy efficiency improvement was properly installed and is operating as intended. Section 2. That Section 3 of Ordinance 41152 adopted May 16, 2017 as previously existed is repealed. Section 3. That this Ordinance shall be in full force and take effect 15 days from and after its passage.
 
First Reading November 6, 2018; Second Reading and Public Hearing November 20, 2018; Third Reading and Vote December 4, 2018
 
PASSED: December 4, 2018: 7-0
City of Omaha
Jean Stothert,
Mayor
Elizabeth Butler,
City Clerk
 
12-12-18
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“NOTICE TO PUBLIC”
The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Omaha Public Library will be held on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 5:00 P.M. at the Benson Branch Library, located at 6015 Binney Street.  Proposed agenda kept continually current is available in the Administrative Office at the W. Dale Clark Library.  The Board reserves the right to modify the agenda at said public meeting when convened.  Requests for sign language interpreters or other alternative formats will require a minimum of 48 hours advance notice.  Please contact the Administrative Office at (402) 444-4834 if arrangements need to be made.
Laura Marlane
Library Director
 
12-12-18
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