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CITY PUBLIC NOTICES 6/1/18  06/01/18 9:20:14 AM

CITY OF OMAHA

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICES

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Omaha, Nebraska, will hold public hearings on June 5, 2018, beginning at 2:00 PM in Legislative Chambers, 1819 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68183, for the purpose of hearing testimony for:

 

An ordinance approving a redevelopment and tax increment financing loan agreement between the City of Omaha, a Nebraska Municipal Corporation in Douglas County, Nebraska, and GandT Enterprises, LLC, to implement the Jukes Ale Works and Brew Pub Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Redevelopment Project Plan which is for a redevelopment site located at 20560 Elkhorn Drive, and proposes to construct a new building, following demolition and site preparation; the agreement authorizes the use of up to $259,850.00, plus accrued interest, in excess ad valorem taxes (TIF) generated by the development to help fund the cost of the project

 

An ordinance supplemental to Ordinance No. 37507 authorizing and directing an issue as Additional Bonds in one or more series of not to exceed an aggregate principal amount of Eighty Million Dollars ($80,000,000) Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bond, of the City of Omaha, Nebraska, to be termed for identification purposes "Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bond, Series of 2018 (WIFIA Project)", for the purpose of providing funds to finance the acquisition, construction, improving and equipping of capital improvements to the City's sanitary sewerage system; prescribing the form of the bond; covenanting to maintain and collect rates and charges for the use and services of the system; pledging the revenue derived from the operation of the system, including all extensions and improvements thereto and equipping thereof, to the payment of the cost of operating and maintaining the system, to the deposits required by Ordinance No. 35840, as supplemented, by Ordinance No. 37507, as previously supplemented, and by this ordinance, to the payment of the principal of and interest on the bond as the same fall due; covenanting to carry out all other covenants and agreements of this ordinance; limiting the payment of the bond solely to the system revenues; creating and establishing funds and accounts; authorizing the sale of the bond to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") - WIFIA Program; making other covenants and agreements in connection with the foregoing; appointing a Paying Agent and Registrar; authorizing the form of the WIFIA Loan Agreement between the City and the EPA and the execution and delivery thereof; and providing for the effective date thereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. Findings and Determinations. The Mayor and Council of the City of Omaha hereby find and determine: (a) The City of Omaha (the "City") owns and operates an existing sanitary sewer system and sewage treatment plants for the transportation, treatment, purification and disposal in a sanitary manner of liquid and solid waste, sewage and night soil of the City (the "Sanitary Sewerage System"), which Sanitary Sewerage System is a revenue-producing facility of the City. (b) Section 18-502, Reissue Revised Statutes of Nebraska, as amended, authorizes the City to issue its sewer revenue bonds and apply the proceeds thereof to capital improvements for its Sanitary Sewerage System. (c) The City Council of the City has heretofore passed on October 24, 2006 Ordinance No. 37507 (as amended and supplemented from time to time, the "General Bond Ordinance"), which governs the issuance of, and establishes general provisions relating to, the City's sanitary sewerage system revenue bonds including Additional Bonds, as defined thereby, issued pursuant to ordinances supplemental to the General Bond Ordinance. (d) [Reserved]. (e) [Reserved]. (t) The City, (i) pursuant to Ordinance No. 35840 passed February 5, 2002, as supplemented, pledged up to $1,500,000 annually from the City's Sewer Revenue Fund to the payment of the bonds and refunding bonds issued thereunder (the "Riverfront Bonds"), which Riverfront Bonds are now outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $64,990,000 with a final maturity date of 2032; (ii) pursuant to Ordinance No. 38629 passed December 22, 2009 heretofore pledged Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues to the payment of a $7,500,000 loan made under that certain Loan Contract and evidenced by the certain note dated as of December 24, 2009 between the State of Nebraska, acting by and through the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality ("NDEQ") and the City, such loan having been increased to $8,500,000 by action of Ordinance No. 39111 passed September 13, 2011; (iii) pursuant to Ordinance No. 38630 passed December 22, 2009 heretofore pledged Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues to the payment of a $8,500,000 loan made under that certain Loan Contract and evidenced by the certain note dated as of December 24, 2009 between NDEQ and the City; (iv) pursuant to Ordinance No. 39815 passed October 29, 2013 heretofore pledged Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues to the payment of a $40,000,000 loan made under that certain Loan Contract and evidenced by the certain note dated as of November 18, 2013 between NDEQ and the City, such loan having been increased to $55,000,000 by action of Ordinance No. 40055 passed on July 15, 2014; (v) pursuant to Ordinance No. 41018 passed January 24, 2017 heretofore pledged Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues to the payment of a $15,000,000 loan made under that certain Loan Contract and evidenced by the certain note dated as of [_____] between NDEQ and the City (collectively, the notes described in subsections (ii) through (v) shall be referred to as the "NDEQ Notes"). (g) The City, pursuant to the hereinafter-defined First Supplemental Ordinance heretofore issued its $29,975,000 Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds Taxable Series of 2009B (Build America Bonds-Direct Payment) secured by the City's pledge under such First Supplemental Ordinance of its Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues. (h) The City, pursuant to the hereinafter-defined Second Supplemental Ordinance heretofore issued its $33,800,000 Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series of 2010A and its $34,079,570 Taxable Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds (Recovery Zone Economic Development Bonds-Direct Payment), Series of 2010B secured by the City's pledge under such Second Supplemental Ordinance of its Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues. (i) The City, pursuant to the hereinafter-defined Third Supplemental Ordinance heretofore issued its $69,560,000 Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds, Series of 2011 secured by the City's pledge under such Third Supplemental Ordinance of its Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues. G) The City, pursuant to the hereinafter-defined Fourth Supplemental Ordinance heretofore issued its $97,650,000 Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds, Series of 2012 secured by the City's pledge under such Fourth Supplemental Ordinance of its Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues. (k) The City, pursuant to the hereinafter-defined Fifth Supplemental Ordinance heretofore issued its $127,780,000 Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds, Series of 2014 secured by the City's pledge under such Fifth Supplemental Ordinance of its Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues. (l) The City, pursuant to the hereinafter-defined Sixth Supplemental Ordinance heretofore issued its $38,605,000 Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series of 2016 secured by the City's pledge under such Sixth Supplemental Ordinance of its Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues. (m) There is not outstanding any indebtedness of the City other than that referred to in paragraphs (f) through (l) above that is secured in whole or in part by a pledge of Sanitary Sewerage System Revenues on deposit in the Sewer Revenue Fund. (n) It is expedient, advisable and in the best interests of the City that the City authorize the issuance of Additional Bonds in one or more series, namely its Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bond, Series of 2018 (WIFIA Project) (the "2018 Bond"), in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $80,000,000 to provide funds to finance the acquisition, construction, improving and equipping of the Series 2018 Project (as defined herein) and authorize the sale of the 2018 Bond by private, negotiated sale as hereinafter provided. (o) The 2018 Bond shall be issued pursuant to and in full compliance with the provisions of Section 19 of the General Bond Ordinance (as supplemented hereby) and shall constitute "Additional Bonds," as defined therein. (p) The amounts required to be credited to the Sewer Revenue Fund and Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account pursuant to Section 11 of the General Bond Ordinance or paid for the purposes specified by such Section 11 shall have been credited or paid, as the case may be, in full from the date of delivery of the Parity Bonds to the date of deli very of the 2018 Bond. (q) Prior to payment and delivery of the 2018 Bond, there will be made available to this Council a certificate of an independent certified public accountant or firm of independent certified public accountants stating that the Net Revenues (as defined by and as adjusted as permitted under the General Bond Ordinance) of the Sanitary Sewerage System for 12 consecutive months out of the 24 months preceding the month in which the Additional Bonds are to be issued has been at least 1.25 times the maximum Aggregate Debt Service Requirement (as defined by the General Bond Ordinance) in any future fiscal year on all Bonds issued and then outstanding under the General Bond Ordinance, as supplemented, the NDEQ Notes then outstanding and the 2018 Bond. (r) All acts, conditions and things required by law and by the Charter and the General Bond Ordinance, have happened and have been performed as a condition to the issuance of the 2018 Bond, do or will exist, have happened, or will happen, and have been, or will be, performed in regular and due time, form and manner as required by law and the General Bond Ordinance. (s) This ordinance may be cited as the "Seventh Supplemental Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bond Ordinance" or the "Seventh Supplemental Ordinance." (t) This Seventh Supplemental Ordinance is supplemental to and is passed in accordance with the provisions of the General Bond Ordinance. Section 2. Definitions. All terms which are defined in Section 2 of the General Bond Ordinance have the same meanings in this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, except as otherwise expressly provided herein. For all purposes of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance and of any instrument amendatory hereof or supplemental hereto, except where the context by clear implication otherwise requires, the terms in this Section shall have the meanings herein specified: "General Bond Ordinance" means Ordinance No. 37507 passed October 24, 2006, as amended and supplemented to the date hereof. "Fifth Supplemental Ordinance" means Ordinance No. 40156 passed October 28, 2014. "Final Terms Certificate" means the certificate executed at the time of the issuance of the 2018 Bond pursuant to the authority granted by Section 21 herein finalizing certain terms of the 2018 Bond, the form of which is set forth herein in Exhibit B. "First Supplemental Ordinance" means Ordinance No. 38565 passed November 10, 2009. "Fourth Supplemental Ordinance" means Ordinance No. 39468 passed October 2, 2012. "Material Adverse Effect" means a material adverse effect on (a) the System, the 2018 Project, or the Revenues, (b) the business, operations, properties, condition (financial or otherwise) or prospects of the City, (c) the legality, validity or enforceability of any material provision of the Ordinance, (d) the ability of the City to enter into, perform or comply with any of its material obligations under the Ordinance, or (e) the validity, enforceability or priority of the liens provided under the Ordinance on the Revenues in favor of the Bondholders. "NDEQ Notes" means, collectively, those certain notes described m Section 1 (f)(ii) through (v) above. "Ordinance" means the General Bond Ordinance as originally passed and, unless the context shall clearly indicate otherwise, as it may from time to time be supplemented, modified or amended by an ordinance supplemental hereto, including the First Supplemental Ordinance, the Second Supplemental Ordinance, the Third Supplemental Ordinance, the Fourth Supplemental Ordinance, the Fifth Supplemental Ordinance, the Sixth Supplemental Ordinance and this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance. "Parity Bonds" means collectively, the 2009 Bonds, the 2010 Bonds, the 2011 Bonds, the 2012 Bonds, the 2014 Bonds and the 2016 Bonds. "Paying Agent" means the City Treasurer, as Paying Agent for the 2018 Bond and its successors and assigns. "Registrar" means First National Bank of Omaha, as Registrar, its successors and assigns. "Second Supplemental Ordinance" means Ordinance No. 38845 passed October 26, 2010. "Series 2018 Project" means that certain Improvement specifically authorized by the Purchaser to be the Saddle Creek Retention Treatment Basin located at 64th and Center Street, in Omaha, Nebraska. "Seventh Supplemental Ordinance" means this Ordinance No. [_____] passed [_____], 2018. "Sixth Supplemental Ordinance" means Ordinance No. 40893 passed October 4, 2016. "Third Supplemental Ordinance" means Ordinance No. 39149 passed November 1, 2011. "2009 Bonds" means the $29,975,000 original aggregate principal amount, City of Omaha, Nebraska, Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds Taxable Series of 2009B (Build America Bonds-Direct Payment), dated December 10, 2009, issued pursuant to the First Supplemental Ordinance. "2010 Bonds" means collectively, $33,800,000 original aggregate principal amount of City of Omaha, Nebraska Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series of 2010A and $34,079,570 original aggregate principal amount of City of Omaha, Nebraska Taxable Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds (Recovery Zone Economic Development Bonds-Direct Payment), Series of 2010B, dated November 18, 2010, issued pursuant to the Second Supplemental Ordinance. "2011 Bonds" means the $69,560,000 original aggregate principal amount City of Omaha, Nebraska Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds, Series of 2011, dated December 1, 2011, issued pursuant to the Third Supplemental Ordinance. "2012 Bonds" means the $97,650,000 original aggregate principal amount City of Omaha, Nebraska Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds, Series of 2012, dated December 13, 2012, issued pursuant to the Fourth Supplemental Ordinance. "2014 Bonds" means the $127,780,000 original aggregate principal amount City of Omaha, Nebraska Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bonds, Series of 2014, dated December 4, 2014, issued pursuant to the Fifth Supplemental Ordinance. "2016 Bonds" means the $38,605,000 original aggregate principal amount City of Omaha, Nebraska Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series of 2016, dated November 29, 2016, issued pursuant to the Sixth Supplemental Ordinance. "WIFIA Loan Agreement" means that WIFIA Loan Agreement to be entered into by the City and the Purchaser, the form of which is set forth in Exhibit A hereto. Unless the context shall clearly indicate otherwise, in this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, and any ordinance supplemental hereto, words importing persons shall include firms, associations, corporations (public and private), public bodies and natural persons. Unless the context shall clearly indicate otherwise, in this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance (not including in such term wherever used in this paragraph any ordinance supplemental thereto), (i) references to sections and other subsections, whether by number, letter or otherwise, are to the respective or corresponding sections and subsections of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance; (ii) the terms "herein," "hereunder," "hereby," "hereto," "hereof' and any similar terms refer to this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance only and to this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance as a whole and not to any particular section or subsection hereof; and (iii) the term "heretofore" means before the time of effectiveness of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, and the term "hereafter" means after the time of effectiveness of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance. Section 3. Authorization, Details and Redemption of 2018 Bond. Under the authority of the Act and the Charter, for the purpose of providing for the acquisition, construction, improving and equipping of the Series 2018 Project, there shall be and there is hereby ordered issued a single issue in one or more series of revenue bonds of the City in the aggregate principal amount, not to exceed $80,000,000, to be fixed by and adjusted as set forth in the Final Terms Certificate, which revenue bond shall be designated "Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bond, Series of 2018 (WIFIA Project)". The 2018 Bond shall be in fully registered form without coupons, shall be dated its date of delivery, shall be of the denomination of the full principal amount of the 2018 Bond ("Authorized Denomination"), shall be numbered from R-1 upwards or shall be numbered in any other manner as the Finance Director of the City shall determine, shall bear interest from its date payable semiannually on April 1 and October 1 of each year until its payment at such rate or rates of interest per annum as shall be fixed by the Final Terms Certificate executed by the Finance Director at the time of sale of the 2018 Bond and shall mature as a single term bond on October 1, 2052 and in the principal amount as shall be fixed by the Final Terms Certificate. Principal of and interest on the 2018 Bond shall be payable by the Paying Agent by wire transfer, check or draft mailed to the person in whose name the Bond is registered as of the September 15 or March 15 immediately preceding each interest payment date, which shall be the record date for the payment of interest on such interest payment date (the "Record Date"). The 2018 Bond shall be subject to redemption at the option of the City prior to its stated maturity at any time, in whole or in part, as the City shall determine, at the principal amount thereof (or the portion of the principal amount thereof to be redeemed) plus the interest accrued thereon to the date fixed for redemption without redemption premium. The 2018 Bond shall be subject to optional redemption in part in a principal amount equal to $1,000,000 or any integral multiple of $5.00 in excess thereof. The 2018 Bond shall be subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption prior to its term maturity date, at a price of par without premium on April 1 and October 1 (or such other dates as the Finance Director may set in the Final Terms Certificate) of each of the years and the principal amounts as the Finance Director by the Final Terms Certificate may fix or adjust such schedule to be known as the "Bond Amortization Schedule". Section 4. Redemption Procedure. Except as otherwise provided herein, the 2018 Bond shall be called for prior optional redemption and shall be paid by the Paying Agent upon the giving of such notice and otherwise in the manner provided by the General Bond Ordinance. The redemption of the 2018 Bond pursuant to the Bond Amortization Schedule shall not require such notice. The Registrar will not be required to transfer or exchange (a) any 2018 Bond subject to redemption during a period beginning at the opening of business 15 days before the day of the mailing by the Paying Agent of a notice of optional redemption of the 2018 Bond and ending at the close of business on the day such notice is mailed, or (b) any 2018 Bond so selected for redemption in whole or in part after the mailing of notice calling such 2018 Bond or any portion thereof for prior optional redemption except the unredeemed portion of any 2018 Bond redeemed in part. Section 5. Bonds Equally Secured. The covenants and agreements herein set forth to be performed on behalf of the City shall be for the equal benefit, protection and security of the owners of any and all Outstanding Bonds, including the 2018 Bond, all of which, regardless of the time or times of their issue or maturity, shall be of equal rank without preference, priority or distinction, except as otherwise expressly provided in or pursuant to the General Bond Ordinance or this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance. Section 6. Execution of Bonds. The 2018 Bond shall be signed by the manual or facsimile signature of the Mayor or Acting Mayor of the City, countersigned by the manual or facsimile signature of the City Clerk or Deputy City Clerk, registered by and with the manual or facsimile signature of the City Comptroller or any acting City Comptroller of the City and have imprinted thereon a facsimile of the seal of the City. The Finance Director shall direct the Registrar to authenticate the 2018 Bond, and no 2018 Bond shall be valid or obligatory for any purpose unless and until the Certificate of Authentication endorsed on each 2018 Bond shall have been manually executed by an authorized officer of the Registrar. Upon the authentication of any 2018 Bond, the Registrar shall insert in the Certificate of Authentication the date as of which such 2018 Bond is authenticated or such other date as the Finance Director may determine. Section 7. [Reserved]. Section 8. Form of Bonds. The 2018 Bond, the Registrar's Certificate of Authentication and the instrument of assignment shall be in substantially the following form and contain substantially the recitals and pledges in the forms herein specified, as follows, with such appropriate insertions, variations and omissions as are required with respect thereto as shall be determined by subsequent resolution or ordinance of this Council:

(FORM OF BOND)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

STATE OF NEBRASKA

CITY OF OMAHA

SANITARY SEWERAGE SYSTEM REVENUE BOND

SERIES OF 2018 (WIFIA PROJECT)

REGISTERED REGISTERED

 

NO. R-1 $

INTEREST RATE                                     MATURITY DATE                                                                            DATED DATE

      %                                                    October 1, 2052                                                                            _______, 2018

 

REGISTERED OWNER:

PRINCIPAL SUM:

 

The CITY OF OMAHA, a municipal corporation in the County of Douglas and the State of Nebraska, for value received, hereby promises to pay to the Registered Owner (named above), or registered assigns, but solely from the revenues derived from the sanitary sewerage system of the City of Omaha (the "City") as hereinafter set forth, and not otherwise, the Principal Sum (specified above), provided that if less than the full Principal Sum has been drawn by the City pursuant to the WIFIA Loan Agreement (defined below), such lesser amount that has been so drawn on the Maturity Date (specified above), in accordance with the payment schedule attached hereto as Attachment A, as such schedule may be modified in accordance with the terms of the WIFIA Loan Agreement described below, and to pay interest on said Principal Sum (or such lesser amounts as have been drawn by the City pursuant to the WIFIA Loan Agreement, but solely from said revenues and not otherwise, by wire transfer, check or draft mailed to the person in whose name this Bond is registered as of the March 15 or September 15 immediately preceding each applicable principal payment date or interest payment date in the bond registration books kept and maintained by First National Bank of Omaha (together with its successors or assigns, the "Registrar"), from the Dated Date (specified above) hereof until said Principal Sum is paid, at the Interest Rate (specified above), such interest to the maturity hereof being payable semiannually on April 1 and October 1 of each year. The principal hereof and the interest hereon are payable in any coin or currency of the United States of America which at the time of such payment is legal tender for public and private debts. This 2018 Bond has been executed under and pursuant to the Ordinance and that certain WIFIA Loan Agreement, dated as of the date hereof, between the Purchaser and the City (the "WIFIA Loan Agreement") and is issued to evidence the obligation of the City to repay the loan made by the Purchaser to the City. Disbursements made to the City pursuant to the WIFIA Loan Agreement comprise payment of the purchase price of the 2018 Bond, provided that the Principal Amount subject to payment by the City shall not exceed the principal amount of funds disbursed by the Purchaser to the City pursuant to the WIFIA Loan Agreement. REFERENCE IS MADE TO FURTHER PROVISIONS OF THIS BOND SET FORTH ON THE REVERSE HEREOF; SUCH FURTHER PROVISIONS SHALL FOR ALL PURPOSES HAVE THE SAME EFFECT AS THOUGH FULLY SET FORTH AT THIS PLACE. This Bond is payable solely from the revenues derived from the sanitary sewerage system of the City. This Bond is not a debt of the City within the meaning of any constitutional, statutory or charter limitation upon the creation of general obligation indebtedness of said City, nor does this Bond create any general liability upon said City, and said City shall not be liable for the payment hereof or thereof out of any funds of the City other than the revenues derived from the sanitary sewerage system of the City, which revenues have been and hereby are pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on this Bond in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance. This Bond shall not be valid or obligatory unless the Certificate of Authentication hereon shall have been manually signed by an authorized officer of the Registrar. It is hereby certified and recited that all acts, conditions and things required to be done precedent to and in the issuance of this Bond have been done and have happened and have been performed in regular and due time, form and manner of law and that provision has been made for depositing in the Sewer Revenue Fund all revenues received or derived from the sanitary sewerage system of the City, to be applied in a manner as set forth in this Bond and in the Ordinance. The City hereby covenants and agrees with the Registered Owner hereof that it will establish, maintain, revise and collect rates and charges throughout the life of this Bond for the use and services of said sanitary sewerage system, at least sufficient at all times to pay the costs of operation and maintenance of said system, to make the deposits required by Ordinance No. 35840, to pay the principal of and interest on this Bond and of all other bonds and obligations of the City heretofore and hereafter issued payable on a parity and equally and ratably secured herewith, as the same severally fall due, and to provide the required reserves therefor, and to carry out all other covenants contained in the Ordinance. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City, by its City Council and in the manner provided by law, has caused this Bond to be signed with the manual or facsimile signatures of its Mayor or Acting Mayor and its City Clerk or Deputy City Clerk and registered by and with the manual or facsimile signature of the Comptroller or Acting Comptroller of the City and to have a facsimile of the City Seal imprinted hereon, all as of the Dated Date.

 

(SEAL) CITY OF OMAHA, NEBRASKA

               

                                                                                                                              By __________________________

                                                                                                                              Mayor of the City of Omaha

Registered in the Office

Countersigned

of the City Comptroller ­­­­­_____________________________

City Clerk

 

(FORM OF REVERSE OF BOND)

This Bond is issuable as a fully registered bond without coupons in a single denomination compromising the principal amount hereof. This Bond will be subject to optional and mandatory sinking fund redemption as provided in the Ordinance. This Bond is the sole bond of an issue of revenue bonds issued by the City in the aggregate principal amount of Million Dollars ($__,000,000) designated as "City of Omaha, Nebraska, Sanitary Sewerage System Revenue Bond, Series of 2018 (WIFIA Project)" (the "Bond") under the provisions of the Constitution and laws of the State of Nebraska, including Sections 18-501 to 18-512, inclusive, Reissued Revised Statutes of Nebraska, as amended, the Home Rule Charter of the City of Omaha, 1956, as amended, and Ordinance No. 37507 (the "General Bond Ordinance"), as amended and supplemented to the date hereof, and as further supplemented by Ordinance No. [_____] (the "Seventh Supplemental Ordinance", and, collectively, with the General Bond Ordinance, the "Ordinance") of said City duly adopted thereunder, for the purpose of providing the funds necessary to pay the costs of the acquisition, construction, improving and equipping of certain capital improvements to the sanitary sewerage system of the City, and to provide required reserves therefor. The Ordinance contains provisions defining terms; setting forth the plants and properties constituting the sanitary sewerage system of the City; setting forth the revenues pledged to the payment of the interest on and principal of this Bond; setting forth the nature and extent and manner of enforcement of the security for said Bond and of such pledge, and the rights and remedies of the Registered Owner hereof with respect hereto; permitting the modifications in certain respects under the limitations set forth therein of the rights and obligations of the City and of the Registered Owner of this Bond in certain instances without the consent of the owners of the bonds issued under said Ordinance and, in certain other instances, such modifications as are assented to and authorized in writing by the owners of 66-2/3% of the principal amount of all bonds then outstanding under the Ordinance, but excluding bonds directly or indirectly owned or controlled by the City; setting forth the terms and conditions upon which this Bond is issued and upon which may be issued Additional Bonds payable as to principal, premium and interest on a parity with this Bond and equally and ratably secured herewith; and setting forth the rights, duties and obligations of the City thereunder. Reference is hereby made to the Ordinance, to all of the provisions of which the Registered Owner of this Bond by the acceptance hereof thereby assents, for a more complete description of the foregoing and of the other matters contained therein. Under the Ordinance, all revenues derived by the City from the sanitary sewerage system of said City, including all extensions, improvements and betterments thereto, shall be deposited in a separate fund designated as the "Sewer Revenue Fund" of said City and shall be used, first, to pay costs of operation and maintenance of said sanitary sewerage system, second, to make the annual maximum $1,500,000 deposit required under Ordinance No. 35840, as supplemented; third, to pay the principal of and interest on this Bond and the outstanding bonds issued under the Ordinance on parity with this Bond and all other bonds or obligations of said City hereafter issued which by their terms are payable from said revenues on a parity with this Bond and equally and ratably secured herewith; fourth, to pay other indebtedness of the City secured by a subordinate pledge of said revenues; fifth, to establish and maintain required reserves for such payment; and finally, to any other lawful purposes in connection with said sanitary sewerage system, including the redemption of bonds and the carrying out of any other provisions and covenants of the Ordinance.

 

(FORM OF CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION)

Certificate of Authentication

 

This Bond is one of the bonds delivered pursuant to the within-mentioned proceedings.

 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OMAHA,

Registrar

By  _______________________________

Dated _____________________________

 

(FORM OF ASSIGNMENT)

 

For value received, _____ hereby sells, assigns and transfers unto _____ (Tax Identification or Social Security No. _____) the within-mentioned bond and hereby irrevocably constitutes and appoints _____ attorney-in-fact to transfer the same on the Books of Registry in the office of the within-mentioned Registrar with full power of substitution in the premises.

 

Dated: ____________________                                    _____________________________

Registered Owner

 

                                                                                                                              NOTICE:  The  signature  to  this                                                                                                                                                                    assignment must correspond with                                                                                                                                                                                       the name  as written on the  face
                                                                                                                               
of the within bond in every partic-                                                                                                                                                                                      ular without alteration or enlarge-
                                                                                                                                ment or any change whatsoever.

 

Signature Guaranteed:

_______________________________

NOTICE: Signature(s) must be guaranteed

by a financial institution that is a member of

the Securities Transfer Agent Medallion

Program ("STAMP"), the Stock Exchange

Medallion Program ("SEMP"), the

New York Stock Exchange, Inc. Medallion

Signature Program ("MSP") or such other

"signature guarantee program" as may be

determined by the Registrar in addition to,

or in substitution for, STAMP, SEMP or

MSP, all in accordance with the Securities

Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.

 

Section 9. Payment of 2018 Bond; Sewer Revenue Fund; Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account; Flow of Moneys. The 2018 Bond, together with the interest thereon, shall be payable, in such coin or currency of the United States of America which at the time of such payment is legal tender for public and private debts, solely from the Revenues of the Sanitary Sewerage System, which Revenues shall be and hereby are pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on said 2018 Bond and to the security thereof in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance. Said 2018 Bond shall not in any event be a debt of the City within the meaning of any constitutional, statutory or charter limitation upon the creation of general obligation indebtedness of the City, nor shall it impose any general liability upon the City, and the City shall not be liable for the payment thereof out of any funds of the City other than the Revenues of the Sanitary Sewerage System and the Sewer Revenue Fund, into which Fund such Revenues shall be deposited. The foregoing pledge shall be valid and binding from the time of the enactment of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, and the moneys representing the aforesaid Revenues shall be immediately subject to said pledge upon receipt thereof by or for or on behalf of the City without any physical delivery or further act. The holder of the 2018 Bond shall have a lien on said Revenues subject to the provisions and conditions of the Ordinance. Payments in accordance with such appropriations from the moneys on deposit in the Sewer Revenue Fund shall be in accordance with the requirements of Section 11 of the General Bond Ordinance as supplemented by the following provisions and in the following order of priority. Paragraphs A, B and C of part THIRD of Section 11 of the General Bond Ordinance and part FOURTH of Section 11 of the General Bond Ordinance are supplemented to include as a separate subparagraph of each of the below paragraphs of part THIRD of Section 11 as follows in accordance with Section 19(c) of the General Bond Ordinance: "(A) There shall be paid (in addition to the payments as provided by paragraph A of part THIRD of Section 11 of the General Bond Ordinance), for the purpose of paying interest on the 2018 Bond, five days in advance of each interest payment date specified in Section 3 of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, the amount or amounts equal to the installment or installments of interest falling due on such interest payment date. In making any of the payments required by this subparagraph, consideration shall be given to and allowance made for accrued interest received upon the sale of the 2018 Bond, interest capitalized from the proceeds of such 2018 Bond, earnings realized and received on the investment of moneys in the Sewer Revenue Fund set aside to pay interest on the 2018 Bond and any other credits to the Sewer Revenue Fund with respect to the payment of interest on the 2018 Bond. (B) There shall be paid (in addition to the payments as provided by paragraph B of part THIRD of Section 11 of the General Bond Ordinance), for the purpose of retiring the 2018 Bond, five days in advance of each principal payment date specified in Section 3 of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance and five days in advance of each principal payment date or (as provided by paragraph D of part THIRD of Section 11 of the General Bond Ordinance, as supplemented by this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance) mandatory sinking fund redemption date specified in Section 3 of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, the amount or amounts equal to the principal amount of the 2018 Bond becoming due on such principal payment date or mandatory sinking fund redemption date, as the case may be. In making any of the payments required by this subparagraph, consideration shall be given to and allowance made for any earnings realized and received on the investment of moneys in the Sewer Revenue Fund set aside to pay principal of the 2018 Bond upon the maturity or redemption thereof. (C) There next shall be paid any other indebtedness, including the NDEQ Notes, of the Sanitary Sewerage System. FOURTH: Next, after the payments have been made in accordance with parts FIRST, SECOND and THIRD above and after the application referred to in the immediately preceding paragraph, credits shall next be made from a draw-down on the 2018 Bond or the moneys in the Sewer Revenue Fund to the Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account, in such amounts and at such times as may be reasonably practicable, as determined by the City, so that the aggregate of the amounts so credited to such Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account, together with the amounts then credited to such Account, will, by no later than the first day on which principal payments next are required to be made to provide for the retirement of the 2018 Bond, be equal to the Reserve Account Requirement for any future fiscal year thereafter with respect to the 2018 Bond and all other Bonds then Outstanding issued prior to the 2018 Bond." Subject to all the foregoing, the amount to the credit of the Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account shall at all times be maintained at an amount equal to the Reserve Account Requirement for all Bonds, including the 2018 Bond. Whenever any money is paid out of the Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account or whenever there shall be a deficiency in said Account, credits to said Account shall immediately be commenced, increased or resumed, as the case may be, from the first moneys available therefor, and continued until the amount withdrawn is replaced or the amount of the deficiency satisfied. The moneys to the credit of the Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account shall be used and applied solely for the purpose of paying principal of, redemption premium, if any, or interest on all Bonds, including the 2018 Bond when due and shall be so applied whenever there are insufficient moneys credited to the Sewer Revenue Fund to meet such payments. Moneys credited to the Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account in excess of the Reserve Account Requirement shall be transferred to the Sewer Revenue Fund and used and applied in the manner and for the same purposes as are other moneys in that Fund. Section 10. Negotiated Sale of the 2018 Bond; Application of Proceeds Thereof; Construction Account. This Council further finds and determines and hereby declares that: (a) The sale of the 2018 Bond shall only be made to the United States Environmental Protection Agency-WIFIA Program (the "Purchaser"). No other purchaser will be permissible under this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance. If for any reason, the Purchaser is unable or unwilling to purchase the 2018 Bond, this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance shall be null and void and of no further force and effect. Nothing in this paragraph is intended to preclude the Purchaser from transferring the 2018 Bond to a different holder in accordance with the WIFIA Loan Agreement. (b) This Council hereby ratifies the selection of the Purchaser, and authorizes the Finance Director to enter into negotiations concerning the sale of such 2018 Bond and the WIFIA Loan Agreement the form of which is set forth in Exhibit A hereto. The City hereby authorizes and directs the Mayor or Acting Mayor to execute and deliver the WIFIA Loan Agreement with such modifications and additions as the Mayor or Acting Mayor shall approve. (c) The proceeds derived from the initial advance of the purchase price for the 2018 Bond, including the interest, if any, accrued thereon from its date to the date of delivery of and payment therefor, shall be applied as follows: (1) An amount equal to the interest accrued on the 2018 Bond from its date to the date of delivery of and payment therefor shall be paid over to the City Treasurer and be forthwith deposited in the Sewer Revenue Fund for application to the payment of interest on the 2018 Bond on the first interest payment date; (2) [Reserved]; (3) An amount equal to the cost of issuing the 2018 Bond shall be paid over to the City Treasurer and be forthwith deposited into the Cost of Issuance Account used to pay the costs of issuance associated with the 2018 Bond; and (4) The remaining amount of the initial advance of the purchase price of the 2018 Bond shall be paid over to the City Treasurer and forthwith deposited into a subaccount of the Construction Account of the Sewer Revenue Fund to be known as the Series 2018 Subaccount (the "Series 2018 Subaccount") to pay the costs of the Series 2018 Project. (5) All future advances of the remaining purchase price of the 2018 Bond shall be paid over to the City Treasurer and forthwith be deposited as instructed by the Finance Director in writing pursuant to the Final Terms Certificate either (i) to the Series 2018 Subaccount or (ii) to the Sewer Revenue Bond Reserve Account of the Sewer Revenue Fund to satisfy at the time required by the Ordinance, the Reserve Account Requirement. The moneys in the Series 2018 Subaccount derived from the proceeds of the 2018 Bond shall be used only in carrying out the acquisition, construction, improving and equipping of the Series 2018 Project and shall be so applied by the City from time to time as required to complete such Project. Costs of surveys, designs, soundings, and such constructing and all necessary incidental expenses shall be deemed items of construction cost and may be paid from the Series 2018 Subaccount. The purchase price of the 2018 Bond shall be payable pursuant to the terms of that certain WIFIA Loan Agreement between the City and the Purchaser. After payment of all costs of acquiring, constructing, improving and equipping the Series 2018 Project has been made or provided for, any moneys then remaining in the Series 2018 Subaccount shall, at the discretion of and as determined by the City, either be held and applied to the making of additional capital Improvements and extensions to the Sanitary Sewerage System or to the payment of the principal of the Bonds or the purchase or redemption thereof or, if none of the Bonds is then Outstanding, to any lawful purpose. Until used and applied as hereinbefore provided and subject to this Section 10, the moneys held in the Series 2018 Subaccount may at the direction of the City be invested in Investment Securities maturing in such amounts and at such times as shall be determined by the City in order to pay the costs of acquisition, construction, improving and equipping of the Series 2018 Project as the same become due and payable. As and when the moneys held in said Subaccount are needed for such purpose, the investments held therein may be sold and converted into cash in order that the requisite payments from such Subaccount may be made. All earnings derived from investments made from moneys in the Series 2018 Subaccount until such time as interest no longer shall be capitalizable with respect to the 2018 Bond shall, as capitalized interest, be used to pay interest on the 2018 Bond. Thereafter, such earnings shall be credited to the Series 2018 Subaccount as and when realized and collected, to be used and applied, as are other moneys to the credit of said Subaccount. Unless invested as provided herein, all moneys held in the Series 2018 Subaccount shall be secured in the manner provided by law for securing of public funds of cities of the class of which the City is one. Until used and applied as provided herein, all moneys in the Series 2018 Subaccount, and the securities in which such moneys are at any time invested, shall be held in trust for the equal and ratable benefit of the holders of the Bonds. Section 11. [Reserved] Section 12. Covenant as to Rates and Charges for Sanitary Sewerage System. The City shall establish, maintain, revise and collect just and equitable rates or charges for the use and services of the Sanitary Sewerage System, so that the Revenues of the Sanitary Sewerage System shall at all times be at least sufficient to pay all costs of operation and maintenance of the Sanitary Sewerage System; to make the deposits required with respect to the Riverfront Bonds; to pay the principal of and interest on all Parity Bonds, the 2018 Bond and any Additional Bonds; to pay any other indebtedness, including the NDEQ Notes, against the Sanitary Sewerage System or against the Revenues of said Sanitary Sewerage System; to provide and maintain the Sewer Revenue Bonds Reserve Account; to provide for all costs of renovations, replacements and renewals necessary or required to be made to the Sanitary Sewerage System and to otherwise carry out the provisions of the Ordinance; provided, however, that such charges and rates shall never be less than would produce in any fiscal year Revenues at least equal to 110% of the Aggregate Debt Service Requirement for such year on all Parity Bonds, the 2018 Bond, Additional Bonds, and the NDEQ Notes then outstanding, after deducting from such Revenues all costs of operation and maintenance for such year and the amount of the deposit required with respect to the Riverfront Bonds. Section 13. Additional Covenant of the City. The City shall proceed with all reasonable dispatch with the Series 2018 Project to be financed from the proceeds of the 2018 Bond. Section 14. Amendment to This Ordinance. The City shall not amend this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance except in accordance with the provisions of Section 20 of the General Bond Ordinance. Section 15. Ordinance for Benefit of City and Bondholders Only. Nothing in this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, expressed or implied, is intended or shall be construed to confer upon or give to any person, any corporation, whether public or private, or any political subdivision, other than the City, and the holders from time to time of the Bonds, any right, remedy or claim under, or by reason of, this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, or under, or by reason of, any covenant, condition or stipulation hereof or thereof; and all the covenants, stipulations, promises and agreements contained in this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, by or on behalf of the City, are and shall be, for the sole and exclusive benefit of the holders of the Bonds, in accordance with the terms hereof and thereof. Section 16. Ordinance To Constitute a Contract With Bondholders; Enforcement of Same. So long as any of the Bonds are Outstanding, each of the obligations, duties, limitations and restraints imposed upon the City by this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance shall be deemed to be a covenant between the City and every holder of said Bonds, and this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance and every provision and covenant hereof, the Act and the Charter shall constitute a contract of the City with every holder from time to time of said Bonds. Any holder of a Bond may, by mandamus or other appropriate suit, action or proceeding at law or in equity in any court of competent jurisdiction, enforce and compel performance of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance and every provision and covenant hereof, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the enforcement of the performance of all duties required of the City by this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, by the Charter and by applicable laws of the State of Nebraska, including in such duties the making and collecting of sufficient rates and charges for the use and services of the Sanitary Sewerage System, the segregation of the Revenues of the Sanitary Sewerage System and the application thereof as provided in Section 11 of the Ordinance. Section 17. Discharge of This Seventh Supplemental Ordinance and Liens, Pledges and Charges. If, when the 2018 Bond secured hereby shall have been paid in full, as to both principal and interest, the right, title and interest of the Bondholders of the 2018 Bond secured hereby in the revenues, funds and accounts mentioned in this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance shall thereupon cease, determine and become void on that date without further action of the Council, and the Finance Director may apply any surplus in any account in the Sewer Revenue Fund related to the 2018 Bond and all balances remaining in any other funds or accounts, other than moneys held for the redemption or payment of the 2018 Bond, to any lawful purpose of the City as the Council shall determine. Section 18. Appointment of Paying Agent. The City hereby appoints the City Treasurer to serve as Paying Agent and approves First National Bank of Omaha to continue to act as Registrar as set forth in the General Bond Ordinance. Section 19. [Reserved]. Section 20. Actions of City Officials; Preparation of Transcript. The Finance Department of the City and all officials of the City are hereby authorized to take such action and execute such orders, receipts and other documents as may be necessary in order to effectuate the sale and delivery of the 2018 Bond or any portion thereof and the preparation and execution of the 2018 Bond in accordance with this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance and applicable law. It is also directed that a transcript be prepared of all proceedings on which rests the authority of the City Council to issue and sell the 2018 Bond. Section 21. Delegation of Authority to Execute Final Terms Certificate. The Finance Director (or the City Comptroller if the Finance Director is unable for any reason to exercise such authority) is authorized and directed to establish and designate on behalf of the City, subject to the provisions of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance, the following terms in connection with the 2018 Bond: (1) the aggregate principal amount of the 2018 Bond to be issued, not exceeding the aggregate principal amount set forth in Section 3, (2) the date of final maturity of the 2018 Bond, which shall in no event be later than October 1, 2052, (3) the date or dates upon which the 2018 Bond shall be sold, (4) the rate or rates of interest to be carried by the 2018 Bond, such that the true interest cost of the 2018 Bond shall not exceed 5.00%, (5) the method by which such rate or rates of interest shall be calculated and the first interest payment date for the 2018 Bond, (6) the purchase price for the 2018 Bond, which shall be no less than 98% of the principal amount thereof (7) the redemption dates and prices including the amount and maturity date of any 2018 Bond issued as "Term Bonds" and the amount of each sinking fund installment therefor to be set forth in the 2018 Bond Amortization Schedule, and all terms relating thereto, if any, (8) each advance or draw-down date for an additional installment of the purchase price for the 2018 Bond (9) such adjustments to the 2018 Bond Amortization Schedule, associated with the term bond redemptions as may be permitted from time to time pursuant to the terms of the WIFIA Loan Agreement (10) the form, content, terms, and provisions of any closing and other documentation executed and delivered by the City in connection with the authorization, issuance, sale and delivery of the 2018 Bond and all of the other terms of the 2018 Bond not otherwise determined or fixed by the provisions of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance. Section 22. Invalidity of Sections, Paragraphs, Clauses or Provisions. If any section, paragraph, clause or provision of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance shall be held invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the invalidity or unenforceability of such section, paragraph, clause or provision shall not affect any of the remaining portions of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance. Section 23. Applicability of General Bond Ordinance; Repeal of Conflicting or Inconsistent Provisions of Ordinances. All ordinances or parts thereof in conflict or inconsistent with the provisions of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict or inconsistency; provided that, except as otherwise provided herein, the provisions of the General Bond Ordinance govern the 2018 Bond. Section 24. Headings of Sections. The headings of the sections of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance shall be solely for convenience of reference and shall not affect the meaning, construction, interpretation or effect of such sections or of this Seventh Supplemental Ordinance. Section 25. System Events of Default and Remedies. A "System Event of Default" shall exist under the Ordinance if any of the following occurs: (a) Payment Default. The City shall fail to pay any of the principal amount of or interest on any Bond, when and as the payment thereof shall be required under the Ordinance (each such failure, a "Payment Default"). (b) Covenant Default. The City shall fail to observe or perform any covenant, agreement or obligation of the City under the Ordinance ( other than in the case of any Payment Default), and such failure shall not be cured within thirty (30) days after the earlier to occur of (A) receipt by the City from any Bondholder of written notice thereof or (B) the City's knowledge of such failure; provided, however, that if such failure is capable of cure but cannot reasonably be cured within such thirty (30) day cure period, then no System Event of Default shall be deemed to have occurred or be continuing under this clause (b), and such thirty (30) day cure period shall be extended by up to one hundred fifty (150) additional days, if and so long as (x) within such thirty (30) day cure period the City shall commence actions reasonably designed to cure such failure and shall diligently pursue such actions until such failure is cured and (y) such failure is cured within one hundred eighty (180) days of the date specified in either (A) or (B) above, as applicable. (c) Acceleration or Nonpayment of Bonds. Any acceleration shall occur of the maturity of any Bond, or any Bond shall not be paid in full on the due date. (d) Judgments. One or more judgments (A) for the payment of money in an aggregate amount in excess of $15,000,000 that are payable from Revenues and are not otherwise fully covered by insurance (for which the insurer has acknowledged and not disputed coverage) or (B) that would reasonably be expected to result in a Material Adverse Effect shall, in either case, be rendered against the City, and the same shall remain undischarged for a period of thirty (30) consecutive days during which time period execution shall not be effectively stayed, or any action shall be legally taken by a judgment creditor to attach or levy upon any assets of the City to enforce any such judgment. (e) Failure to Maintain Existence. The City shall fail to maintain its existence as a home rule city organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska, unless at or prior to the time the City ceases to exist in such form a successor public agency or governing body has been created by the State of Nebraska pursuant to a valid and unchallenged State law and has succeeded to the assets of the City and has assumed all of the obligations of the City under the Ordinance, including the payment of all Bonds. (t) Invalidity of Ordinance. The Ordinance ceases (other than as expressly permitted thereunder) to be effective or to grant a valid and binding security interest on any material portion of the Revenues or amounts on deposit in the Sewer Revenue Fund other than as a result of actions or a failure to act by, and within the control of, any Bondholder, and with the priority purported to be created thereby. (g) Failure to Satisfy Debt Service Coverage Ratio. In the case that the City shall have failed to satisfy the coverage ratio provided in Section 15 of the Ordinance for any prior fiscal year of the City, the City shall have failed to regain compliance with the ratio for the immediately following fiscal year of the City. Whenever any System Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing, any Bondholder shall be entitled and empowered to institute any actions or proceedings at law or in equity for the collection of any sums due and unpaid under the Ordinance, and may prosecute any such judgment or final decree against the City and collect in the manner provided by law out of the property of the City the moneys adjudged or decreed to be payable, and the Bondholder shall have all of the rights and remedies of a creditor, including all rights and remedies of a secured creditor under the Uniform Commercial Code, and may take such other actions at law or in equity as may appear necessary or desirable to collect all amounts payable by City under the Ordinance, then due and thereafter to become due, or to enforce performance and observance of any obligation, agreement or covenant of the City under the Ordinance. Whenever any System Event of Default shall have occurred and be continuing, any Bondholder shall be entitled and empowered to bring a writ of mandamus action against the City and its officials seeking the transfer of the amounts then on deposit in the System Accounts, and the transfer of all amounts required to be deposited into such accounts pursuant to the terms of the Ordinance from and after the date of such initial transfer, to the receiver or similar person (if any) appointed under the Ordinance or by a court of competent jurisdiction for application to the payment, on a pro rata basis, of all Outstanding Bonds. No action taken pursuant to this Section shall relieve City from its obligations pursuant to the Ordinance, all of which shall survive any such action. Section 26. Effectiveness of Ordinance. This Seventh Supplemental Ordinance shall be in full force and shall take effect 15 days after the date of its passage.

 

Anyone interested in these matters should be in attendance.   

 

Elizabeth Butler, CMC

City Clerk

City of Omaha

 

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AGENDA
CITY OF OMAHA STEAMFITTER/PIPEFITTERS BOARD
FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018
PUBLIC MEETING - 12:00 PM
11TH FLOOR - CENTRAL
CONFERENCE ROOM
OMAHA/DOUGLAS CIVIC CENTER ? 1819 FARNAM STREET
APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES
Report from Chief Mechanical Inspector
Request for approval to test
Reinstatement of License
EXECUTIVE SESSION TO GRADE EXAMS
NOTE: All requests for sign language interpreters (signers) will require a minimum of 48 hours advance notice.  If necessary, contact the Board Secretary at (402) 444-5150 ext. 2062.
The Steamfitter/Pipefitters Board reserves the right to amend the above agenda.  The Steamfitter/Pipefitters Board agenda and other information regarding the Steamfitter/Pipefitters Board and Planning Department are available on the Internet at
https://planning.cityofomaha.org/boards/steamfitters-examining-board. Agendas available on the Internet are subject to change and are for convenience purposes only.  A copy of the official agenda, kept continually current, shall be available for public inspection at the office of the Omaha Planning Department, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite 1110, Omaha, Nebraska, during normal business hours.
Prior to the hearing, the applicant may schedule a time to review the City’s case file during normal business hours by contacting the Board Secretary at 402-444-5150 ext. 2062.  If an alternative (audio version) to this agenda is necessary, please notify the Board Secretary at 402-444-5150 ext. 2062, 72 hours in advance.
Thomas E. Phipps,
Administrator
City of Omaha Steamfitter/Pipefitters Board
 
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