Click to Home
Go To Search
 

View Other Items in this Archive | View All Archives | Printable Version

September 29, 2009
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
City Council Chambers
400 East Military, Fremont NE   68025

 

STUDY SESSION – 6:45 P.M.
Comments by Mayor, Council Members, City Administrator and Staff concerning City Departments, Ordinances and Statutes and other items of City concern.  No official action to be taken on any items. 

REGULAR MEETING -7:00 P.M.
AGENDA

1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
2. ROLL CALL
3. DETERMINATION AS TO LEGALITY
4. READING OF MINUTES
5. PETITIONS

6. COMMUNICATIONS
A. Consider Resolution granting permission to consume alcohol on City property as follows:
1. Jill Bell, October 3, 2009, Moller Center, anniversary party
2. Fremont Art Association, October 10, 2009, Schweser’s parking lot, fundraiser
3. Katie Cerny, October 17, 2009, City Auditorium, wedding
4. Marnie King, October 17, 2009, Moller Center, anniversary party
5. Robert Gorden, November 7, 2009, Moller Center, wedding

 B. Consider resignation of Graydon Wilson from the Ridge Cemetery Association

7. APPLICATIONS
 A. Consider Resolution approving Special Designated Permit applications:
  1. R&K Powers Enterprises, Inc., October 8, 2009, 1220 East 23rd, tailgate
  2. Sodexho Management, October 10, 2009, National Guard Armory, reception
  3. Little Chief, Inc., October 15, 2009, Love Larson Opera House, fundraiser

 B. Consider Keno satellite ownership change of DAD Inc. dba Plaza Lanes to JPH Inc. dba Plaza Lanes, 520 West 23rd Street

8. CLAIMS

9. APPOINTMENTS
 A. Continued consideration of appointment of one member to the Board of Forestry Examiners

10. COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS
 A. RESOURCES
  1. Consider September 1-15, 2009 claims
  
  2. Consider Resolution approving Outside Fire Contracts

10. COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS CONTINUED
 B. DEVELOPMENTS & IMPROVEMENTS
1. Consider Resolution designating “No Parking” on south side of Empire Ave west of Broad Street

2. Consider Ordinance to rezone 10.68 acres at 2669 Old Highway 8 from AG – Agricultural/Urban
 Reserve District to LI – Limited Industrial District (Jerry D. and Judith L. Nielsen Trust)

11. DEPARTMENT REPORTS
 A. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIRECTOR
  1. Consider Resolution relating to ambulance billing fees

 B.  CITY ADMINISTRATOR
  1. Second reading Ordinance relating to dog license fees

 C. PARKS AND RECREATION
  1. Consider demolition of Ronin Park Building

  2. Consider Resolution to apply for grant funds from the National Recreational Trails Program for
   pedestrian trail around Christensen Field soccer fields 
 
 D. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER
  1. Reconsider and amend Ordinance pertaining to Pay Plan for employees

 E. PUBLIC WORKS/ENGINEERING
1. Consider Resolution approving request to subdivide Lot 3, the South 6’ of Lot 4 and the North 60’
 of Lot 4, all in Block 8, Umstead’s Addition to the City of Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska into
 two lots (Brian Moller and Dayme Moller and Lawrence and Bertha Leidig)

2. Consider Resolution approving request to subdivide Tax Lots 25, 34, 36 and part Tax Lot 42,
 located in Section 27, Township 17 North, Range 8 East of the 6th P.M., Fremont, Dodge County,
 Nebraska, into two lots (Mary Jo Olmstead Trust)

3. Consider Resolution approving request to subdivide Outlot C, Lot 5 and Lot 6 of Block 4, all in
 Deer Pointe Addition to the City of Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska, into three lots (Deer Pointe
 Corporation, David and Kamie Boltinghouse and Julie Navarrette)

4. Consider Resolution approving plans, specifications, estimate of cost and granting permission to
 advertise for bids for Keene Memorial Library HVAC Replacement Equipment

5. Consider Ordinance amending Fremont Municipal Code, Chapter 8, Article 403 (Sidewalk Permit
 Fees)

6. Consider Ordinance amending Fremont Municipal Code, Chapter 8, Article 501 (Driveway Permit
 Fees)

7. Consider Resolution approving Supplemental Agreement No. 1 for Main Street Historic Lighting
 Project Phase 2

8. Consider Resolution approving payments as follows:
a. Luxa Construction for 19th Street Reconstruction
  b. Sawyer Construction for 2009 Street Repairs

11. DEPARTMENT REPORTS CONTINUED
 F. CITY CLERK
  1. Consider request of Leon Vermeline to move house from 1443 W Linden to T Avenue and 19 County Road

  2. Consider Resolution filing nuisance lien against 948 West 8th (South 100’, Lot 6, Block 39, Morrell’s Addition) – owner: Nick R & Barbara McBelmer

  3. Consider Resolution filing nuisance lien against 1203 East 19th (Lot 1, Block 6, Lanes Addition) – owner:  Bert Means

  4. Consider Resolution filing nuisance lien against 925 East 8th (East 65’ Lot 5&6 Block 4, Parcell’s Addition) – owner:  Chancy Ashbrook

  5. Consider Resolution filing nuisance lien against 748 West South (Lot 8, Block 27, Abbott’s Addition) – owner:  Roger & Susan Nielson

 G. PLANNING/BUILDING
1. Third reading of Ordinance approving request of Eastowne Development to have a Planned Unit
 Development District with one (1) non-illuminated sign on a part of the NE ¼ SE ¼ of Section 11,
Township 17 North, Range 8 East of the 6th P.M., more particularly described in Exhibit A, Article 510.  R4 – High Density Residential District

2. Continued third reading Ordinance amending Zoning Ordinance No. 3939, Article 10, Sign Regulations

3. Consider Ordinance to adopt 2006 Uniform Plumbing Code

4. Consider Ordinance to adopt 2006 Uniform Mechanical Code

5. Consider Ordinance to adopt 2006 International Building Code and 2006 Residential Code

12. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
 A. Second reading electric rate ordinance

 B. Consider request of  Victor’s Inc. for outside City water connection at 3701 West Highway 30

 C. Consider request of  Platte Valley Equipment Co. for outside City water connection at 2263 Business Park Drive

D. Consider request of  Platte Valley Equipment Co. for outside City sewer connection at 2263 Business Park Drive

 

Agenda posted and kept continually current at the Municipal Building, Fremont Police Station and the Dodge County Courthouse and distributed to the Mayor and City Council on September 24, 2009.   Copies available at City Hall, City Clerk’s Office or online at www.fremontne.gov.   The City Council reserves the right to go into Executive Session at any time.  A copy of the Open Meeting Law is posted in the City Council Chambers for review by the public.  The City of Fremont reserves the right to adjust the order of items on this agenda.