City of Omaha Public Notices
City of Omaha Public Notices 
CITY PUBLIC NOTICES 5/24/17  05/24/17 4:41:56 PM

 
 
ORDINANCE NO. 41147
AN ORDINANCE to approve a Major Amendment to the Mixed Use District Development Agreement for Aksarben Business & Education Campus, located northeast of 72nd and Pine Streets, between the City of Omaha and Verizon Wireless, providing site development standards; and, to provide for an effective date.
SUMMARY:
AN ORDINANCE to approve a Major Amendment to the Mixed Use District Development Agreement for Aksarben Business & Education Campus, located northeast of 72nd and Pine Streets, between the City of Omaha and Verizon Wireless, providing site development standards; and, to provide for an effective date.
PASSED: May 16, 2017, 7-0
APPROVED BY:
JEAN STOTHERT                      05/19/2017
MAYOR OF THE
CITY OF OMAHA
Elizabeth Butler
City Clerk
 
5-24-17
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ORDINANCE NO. 41148
AN ORDINANCE approving an Agreement between the City of Omaha, Nebraska and Lynn Vinduska of Cass County, Nebraska, involving the payment of money from appropriations of more than one year in accordance with Section 5.17 of the Home Rule Charter of 1956, as amended; to provide for the terms and conditions under which Lynn Vinduska will receive and land apply stabilized sewage sludge, according to applicable standards, laws, and policies of the City of Omaha and other relevant jurisdictions for an agreement period ending December 31, 2017 with up to four automatic one-year renewals; to authorize the Finance Department to pay a sum not to exceed $0.60 per cubic yard of stabilized sludge from the Sewer Revenue Fund 21121; and, to provide an effective date hereof.
SUMMARY:
AN ORDINANCE approving an Agreement between the City of Omaha, Nebraska and Lynn Vinduska of Cass County, Nebraska, involving the payment of money from appropriations of more than one year in accordance with Section 5.17 of the Home Rule Charter of 1956, as amended; to provide for the terms and conditions under which Lynn Vinduska will receive and land apply stabilized sewage sludge, according to applicable standards, laws, and policies of the City of Omaha and other relevant jurisdictions for an agreement period ending December 31, 2017 with up to four automatic one-year renewals; to authorize the Finance Department to pay a sum not to exceed $0.60 per cubic yard of stabilized sludge from the Sewer Revenue Fund 21121; and, to provide an effective date hereof.
PASSED: May 16, 2017, 7-0
APPROVED BY:
JEAN STOTHERT                      05/19/2017
MAYOR OF THE
CITY OF OMAHA
Elizabeth Butler
City Clerk
 
5-24-17
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ORDINANCE NO. 41149
AN ORDINANCE to amend Section 23-177 of the Omaha Municipal Code concerning employment classifications by adding the employment classification entitled Fabrication Mechanic III with an hourly pay of $22.73 to $28.76; to repeal Section 23-177 as heretofore existing; and, to provide the effective date hereof.
SUMMARY:
AN ORDINANCE to amend Section 23-177 of the Omaha Municipal Code concerning employment classifications by adding the employment classification entitled Fabrication Mechanic III with an hourly pay of $22.73 to $28.76; to repeal Section 23-177 as heretofore existing; and, to provide the effective date hereof.
PASSED: May 16, 2017, 7-0
APPROVED BY:
JEAN STOTHERT                        05/19/2017
MAYOR OF THE
CITY OF OMAHA
Elizabeth Butler
City Clerk
 
5-24-17
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ORDINANCE NO. 41150
AN ORDINANCE to establish pursuant to Section 40-251 of the Omaha Municipal Code a new Class “B” Flammable Liquids Storage District to be known as District No. B-196 at 820 South 7th Street, as requested by Terry D. Middleton for Sprint Corporation; and, to provide the effective date hereof.
SUMMARY:
AN ORDINANCE to establish pursuant to Section 40-251 of the Omaha Municipal Code a new Class “B” Flammable Liquids Storage District to be known as District No. B-196 at 820 South 7th Street, as requested by Terry D. Middleton for Sprint Corporation; and, to provide the effective date hereof.
PASSED: May 16, 2017, 7-0
APPROVED BY:
JEAN STOTHERT                      05/19/2017
MAYOR OF THE
CITY OF OMAHA
Elizabeth Butler
City Clerk
 
5-24-17
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ORDINANCE NO. 41152
AN ORDINANCE to create a clean energy assessment district; to establish definitions; to provide for the financing, administration and collections, for energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy systems; and, to provide the effective date hereof.
WHEREAS, the City of Omaha desires to create a clean energy assessment district to enable property assessed clean energy financing to its residents; and,
WHEREAS, the City also desires to authorize the clean energy assessment district to enable third-party lenders to accept applications and enter into financing agreements with property owners within the boundaries of the district; and,
WHEREAS, this Ordinance, upon execution, shall create a clean energy assessment district, which shall be known as the Eastern Nebraska Clean Energy Assessment District, as authorized by Nebraska Revised Statute Sections 18-3203 and 18-3204(3), which boundaries shall be the corporate boundaries of the City of Omaha and its extraterritorial jurisdiction.
SUMMARY:
AN ORDINANCE to create a clean energy assessment district; to establish definitions; to provide for the financing, administration and collections, for energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy systems; and, to provide the effective date hereof.
WHEREAS, the City of Omaha desires to create a clean energy assessment district to enable property assessed clean energy financing to its residents; and,
WHEREAS, the City also desires to authorize the clean energy assessment district to enable third-party lenders to accept applications and enter into financing agreements with property owners within the boundaries of the district; and,
WHEREAS, this Ordinance, upon execution, shall create a clean energy assessment district, which shall be known as the Eastern Nebraska Clean Energy Assessment District, as authorized by Nebraska Revised Statute Sections 18-3203 and 18-3204(3), which boundaries shall be the corporate boundaries of the City of Omaha and its extraterritorial jurisdiction.
PASSED AS AMENDED: May 16, 2017, 7-0
APPROVED BY:
JEAN STOTHERT                     05/19/2017
MAYOR OF THE
CITY OF OMAHA
Elizabeth Butler
City Clerk
 
5-24-17
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ORDINANCE NO. 41153
AN ORDINANCE to amend Omaha Municipal Code chapter 18 by amending articles pertaining to nuisance prevention standards for businesses engaged in the sale, service or consumption of alcohol; to provide definitions and enforcement procedures; and, to provide an effective date hereof.
SUMMARY:
AN ORDINANCE to amend Omaha Municipal Code chapter 18 by amending articles pertaining to nuisance prevention standards for businesses engaged in the sale, service or consumption of alcohol; to provide definitions and enforcement procedures; and, to provide an effective date hereof.
PASSED AS AMENDED: May 16, 2017, 7-0
APPROVED BY:
JEAN STOTHERT                      05/19/2017
MAYOR OF THE
CITY OF OMAHA
Elizabeth Butler
City Clerk
 
5-24-17
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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 American Laboratories Inc. for a construction permit for the food grade enzyme manufacturing facility at 5020 S. 33rd Street, Omaha.  The potential emissions, in tons, for this project will be: VOC 29.0.
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 May 24, 2017 to June 24, 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
Public Works
Air Quality Control
5600 S. 10th Street
Omaha, NE 68107
402-444-3915
 
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