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CITY PUBLIC NOTICES 4/12/17 04/12/17 4:46:51 PM
WEEDS AND LITTER
Notice of Duty of all property owners, agents, occupants or persons in possession of property to cut weeds, grass and worthless vegetation and not to litter or to cause or allow litter, including vehicular litter, to be deposited thereon or to allow such litter to remain on such property other than in proper receptacles provided thereof; further notice of duty of all property owners not to park or store any vehicle or machine on residential property in violation of any Municipal Law, State Statute, or Federal Law.
Notice is hereby given that Chapter 18, of the Omaha Municipal Code requires owners, agents, occupants or persons in possession or control of any lot or ground, or part thereof, in the City to cut and clear such property together with one-half (1/2) of the streets and alleys abutting thereon of all weeds, grass and worthless vegetation which has reached the height of twelve (12) inches or more.
Such weeds, grass and worthless vegetation must be cut as close to the ground level as possible and shall be so maintained that the same do not extend twelve (12) inches or more above the ground at any time and such cutting shall be raked and removed from such premises.
Notice is also hereby given that Charter 18, of the Omaha Municipal Code as amended requires owners, agents, occupants or persons in possession or control of any lot or ground, or part thereof, in the City of Omaha not to litter or to cause or allow litter (as defined in said Ordinance) to be deposited thereon or to allow to remain on such property, other than in proper receptacles provided therefore.
Notice is further given that it shall be unlawful for a person who owns or who is in control any property to fail or refuse to keep such property free of litter, to prevent litter from being carried or deposited by the elements beyond such property or to allow litter to remain on such property.
Notice is further given that it shall be unlawful for any person who owns or is in control Of any property to place, cause to be placed, or allow to remain on his property any Vehicular litter or any vehicle or vehicles or parts thereof which are as set forth in Section 18-21 of said Ordinance, provided, however, that said Section shall not apply to any vehicle which qualifies as an historic or special interest vehicle as defined in Sections 60.311.15 through 60.311.20 Revised Statues of Nebraska, 1943, as amended, or to any Vehicle which is kept in the operation of a business pursuant to any Municipal Ordinance or is kept within a garage.
Notice is further given that it shall be unlawful for any person to park or store any vehicle, machine, or parts thereof in violation of the Municipal Code, State Statutes or Federal Law. Notice is further given that whenever the City and through its authorized Representative determines that any litter as defined in Section 18-21 or other condition prohibited by the Chapter 18 of the Omaha Municipal Code, causes imminent danger to public health, safety or welfare, it may remove such litter or remedy such conditions, at the expense of the owner of the land on which such litter is found.
Furthermore, if the owners agents, occupants or persons in possession or control of any such property shall fail to so cut and clear said property as above described, the City may cause such weeds, grass and worthless vegetation to be cut or sprayed or such litter to be removed or any combination thereof, and assess the actual cost thereof in amounts as determined by Resolution of the City Council during the month of April each year upon the property in the same manner as special assessments and shall have the right to continue cutting such weeds at anytime after the dates provided until new growth of the following year.
Furthermore, in addition to the payment of the actual cost as provided in section 18-28 and the penalty for violations provided in section 18-30 hereof, any person, firm or corporation who fails to cut weeds, grass and worthless vegetation, or to remove litter, or both, as required by this Chapter shall be subject to the following penalties:
For the first violation a penalty in the sum of Seventy-Five Dollars ($75.00) will apply. For the second violation at the same location a penalty in the sum of One Hundred-Fifty Dollars ($150.00) will apply. For the third or more violation a penalty in the sum of Three Hundred Dollars ($300.00) will apply unless, if within 24 months of two prior violations, a penalty in the sum of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) will apply.
In the event any person, firm, or corporation fails to pay the cost of the penalty as above provided, the City may assess the same upon the property in the same manner as special assessments or the City may sue any such person or persons in any court of competent jurisdiction for the amount of the penalty due and payable under the terms and provisions of this Chapter and may recover a judgment against such person or persons for the amount so due, together with interest.
In addition to the penalties above set forth, any person who violates any of the provisions of Chapter 18, of the Omaha Municipal Code is deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be subject to a fine in any sum not to exceed Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or to be imprisoned not to exceed six (6) months in jail or any combination of such fine and imprisonment for each offense in the discretion of the Court.
The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of Omaha Public Library will be held on Wed., April 19 at 5:00 p.m. at the W. Dale Clark Library, 215 S. 15th 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 alternative formats will require 48 hours advance notice to the Administrative Office, (402) 444-4834.
CITY of OMAHA
AIR QUALITY CONTROL
Notice is given to the public according to Chapter 41 of the Omaha Municipal Code of the application of Ardent Mills for an operating permit for the flour mill at 2900 “C” Street, Omaha. The potential emissions, in tons, for this project will be: TSP 57.4, PM10 28.1 and PM2.5 4.8.
No significant impact on air quality is expected from the operation of this facility. Douglas County is in attainment with air quality standards for the listed pollutants. Approval is recommended with the condition that any pollution control equipment that may be necessary for compliance with the City of Omaha or Nebraska Air Pollution Control Rules and Regulations will be installed within 180 days after notification by the City of noncompliance.
All information submitted by the applicant and the proposed approval by Air Quality Control are available for inspection by the public at the office of Omaha Air Quality Control from April 12, 2017 to May 12, 2017. Comments received during that period will be considered. During that period the applicant, or any interested person or group of persons, may request or petition the Control Officer for a public hearing, and state the nature of the issues to be raised and all arguments and factual grounds supporting their position. The Control Officer may hold a public hearing if the comments, requests, or petitions raise legal, policy or discretionary questions and significant public interest exists with respect to the application. Comments should be mailed to:
John Finlan Mayne
Air Quality Control
5600 S. 10th Street
Omaha, NE 68107