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CITY PUBLIC NOTICES 9/14/18 09/14/18 8:36:16 AM
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
The City Council of the City of Omaha will have a pre-Council meeting at 10:30 a.m. in the Conference Room, LC1, Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam Street, for the purpose of discussing the agenda items and briefing and discussion of public business, and a regular Council Meeting at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 18, 2018, in the Legislative Chambers of the Omaha/Douglas Civic Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Proposed agenda kept continually current shall be available for public inspection in the Omaha/Douglas Civic Center at the Office of the City Clerk, but the Council shall have the right to modify the agenda to include items of an emergency nature only at such public meeting when convened.
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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 September 18, 2018, beginning at 2:00 PM in Legislative Chambers, 1819 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68183, for the purpose of hearing testimony for:
An ordinance to amend Omaha Municipal Code Sec. 26-24, to allow “gap and extend” improvements of portions of streets or alleys not previously improved to meet or exceed the City’s minimum standards; to repeal Sec. 26-24 as heretofore existing
An ordinance to designate the Kay Apartment House located at 118 North 31st Street as a landmark pursuant to the Landmark Heritage Preservation Ordinance of the City of Omaha
An ordinance approving a redevelopment and tax increment financing loan agreement between the City of Omaha, and 1919 Douglas Street, LLC, to implement The Bank Phase 2 Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Redevelopment Project Plan for a redevelopment site located at 1919 Douglas Street, and proposes to expand and renovate the existing downtown building occupied by Wells Fargo Bank; Wells Fargo will maintain a branch bank operation of about 5,000 square feet in the building and an additional story will be constructed on top of the building; the project will contain approximately 213 one and two-bedroom market rate apartment units; there will be 122 parking stalls inside the building, and an additional 150 stalls in the surface lot across the street at the northwest corner of 20th and Farnam, the agreement authorizes the use of up to $5,000,000.00, plus accrued interest, in excess ad valorem taxes (TIF) generated by the development to help fund the cost of the project
An ordinance approving a redevelopment and tax increment financing loan agreement between the City of Omaha, and BH & JH Leavenworth, LLC, to implement the Charlie Graham Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Redevelopment Project Plan which is for a redevelopment site located at 4103 Leavenworth Street and proposes the construction of an approximately 17,000 square foot, one-story structure with 38 onsite parking stalls for the relocation of the Charlie Graham Service Center and Auto Body business; the agreement authorizes the use of up to $562,944.00, plus accrued interest, in excess ad valorem taxes (TIF) generated by the development to help fund the cost of the project
An ordinance approving a redevelopment and Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Redevelopment and Occupation Tax Agreement between the City of Omaha and Avaden Landmark, LLC, to implement the Landmark Building Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Redevelopment Project Plan, for a project site located northeast of 13th and Harney Streets, which proposes the conversion of four office floors of the Landmark Building, a 15-story, Class “A” Office building, into an upper, upscale hotel with 128 rooms, construction of a two-story restaurant with rooftop seating, and use of the attached garage to serve the patrons on the hotel; the agreement authorizes the use of up to $9,824,122.00, plus accrued interest; in excess ad valorem taxes (TIF) and $8,700,000.00 in occupation tax funds generated by the development to help fund the cost of the project
An ordinance to amend Section 10-200.2 of the Omaha Municipal Code; to change the words “certification” or “certified” to “authorization” or “authorized”; to repeal Omaha Municipal Code Section 10-200.2 as heretofore existing
An ordinance to amend Sections 30-263, 30-264 and 30-265 of the Omaha Municipal Code; to remove the City Clerk from the City Fireworks Committee, reducing the number of members to four; to reduce the number of fireworks sales permits issued from 50 to 40; to add a requirement for the permit holder to post a city-approved sign displaying the fireworks discharge period and the penalties for conviction of a violation of Section 20-320; to repeal Omaha Municipal Code Sections 30-263, 30-264 and 30-265 as heretofore existing
An ordinance to approve the acceptance of the City of Omaha and Douglas County joint application to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), FY 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program, Application #201-H3323-NE-DJ, in the amount of $376,710.00 for law enforcement programs, prevention and education programs, prosecution and court programs, mental health programs, and planning, evaluation and technology improvement programs during the period of October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2021; to provide the Council an opportunity for review and public comment for such application; and upon award of such grant to authorize payment from such grant funding and involving appropriations of more than one year in conformity with Section 5.17 of the Home Rule Charter
An ordinance providing for the designation of an enhanced employment area; the levy of a general business occupation tax; providing for the administration, imposition and collection of such occupation tax; specifying the use of such occupation tax revenue; and related matters
Anyone interested in these matters should be in attendance.
Elizabeth Butler, CMC
City of Omaha