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Condensed PAPILLION CITY COUNCIL MINUTES TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 @ 7:00 P.M. The City Council of the City of Papillion met in open and public session at Papillion City Hall, and on virtual meeting via Zoom, on May 5, 2020, at 7:00 PM. City Clerk Nicole Brown called the roll. Present were Councilmembers Steve Sunde, Tom Mumgaard, Jason Gaines, Jim Glover, Gene Jaworski, Lu Ann Kluch, Bob Stubbe, Steve Engberg, and Mayor David P. Black. Also present were City Administrator Christine Myers, Deputy City Administrator Phil Green, City Attorney Alan Thelen, Human Resources Director Carrie Svendsen, Planning Director Mark Stursma, Fire Chief Bill Bowes, Deputy City Engineer Alex Evans, Police Chief Scott Lyons, Parks & Facilities Director Tony Gowan, Recreation Director Lori Hansen, Finance Director Nancy Hypse, Library Director Matt Kovar, Chief Building Official Shawn Hovseth, and Communications Manager Trent Albers. Mayor Black led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance. Affidavit of Publication: Notice of the meeting was given in the Papillion Times, the designated method of giving notice. A copy is available in the office of the City Clerk. Incorporated herein by reference as if fully set out herein is the audio and visual recording of the council meeting. Public announcement that a current copy of the open meeting act is posted in the City Council Chambers and on the City's website www.papillion.org. Proclamation: Mayor Black read a proclamation for Public Service Recognition Week and thanked City staff for their continued hard work. ADMINISTRATORS REPORT: City Administrator Christine Myers provided an update. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS: (1) Approval of the agenda as presented; (2) Approval of the minutes from the April 21, 2020 City Council Meeting; (3) RES. R20-0088 A resolution to approve claims as presented Nancy Hypse 597-2020; (4) RES. R20-0087 A resolution to approve the Second Amendment of Franchise Agreement with Cox Communications Omaha, LLC Christine Myers 827-1111. Motion to approve the Consent Agenda by Councilmember Sunde, second by Councilmember Gaines. Mayor Black called for proponents and opponents. None came forward. Upon roll call vote, Sunde, Mumgaard, Gaines, Glover, Jaworski, Kluch, Stubbe, and Engberg all voted yes. Voting no: none. Motion passed. 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Corp: $224.00 /supplies; Humana: $190.16 /refund; Ideal Images, Inc.: $534.00 /service; Ideal Pure Water: $12.51 /supplies; Ingram Library Services: $49.73 /books; Inland Truck Parts & Service: $1,072.72 /supplies; Interstate Power Systems: $1,401.34 /supplies; J.P. Cooke Company: $34.50 /supplies; Jochim Precast Concrete: $6,733.34 /service; Johnson Brothers of Nebraska: $522.32 /supplies; Johnson Controls Security Solutions: $784.94 /service; Jones Automotive, Inc: $1,255.80 /supplies; K Electric Company, Inc.: $1,679.72 /service; KB's Food Shops: $1,162.00 /service; Knoll, Inc.: $1,176.58 /supplies; Koley Jessen PC, LLO: $585.00 /legal; Lady Cougar Softball: $280.00 /refund; Larsen Supply Company: $130.63 /supplies; LG Playgrounds LLC: $357.04 /supplies; Madden Enterprises, Inc: $19,636.00 /service; Malloy Electric: $305.30 /service; Marco Technologies LLC.: $220.03 /contract; Menards: $9.94 /supplies; Metering & Technology Solutions: $1,004.83 /supplies; Metro Landscape Mat & Recycling: $560.00 /supplies; Metropolitan Utilities District: $243.33 /utilities; Michael Todd & Company, Inc.: $2,293.01 /supplies; Microfilm Imaging Systems, Inc: $77.00 /service; Midlands Business Journal: $190.00 /service; Midlands Family Urgent Care: $957.00 /Medical; Midwest Turf & Irrigation: $545.86 /supplies; Mike Stanner: $600.00 /refund; Morrow & Associates, Inc.: $7,056.63 /service; Mower Doctor: $19.50 /service; Mulhall's Landscape: $7,021.52 /service; Multivista: $9,875.00 /service; Napa Auto Parts: $201.30 /supplies; Nebraska Department of Revenue: $100.00 /government; Nebraska Furniture Mart Inc: $1,488.00 /merchandise; Nebraska Golf Association: $98.00 /membership; Nebraska Secretary of State: $30.00 /service; Nebraska-Iowa Industrial Fasteners Corp.: $260.21 /supplies; Neenah Foundry Company: $189.00 /supplies; NMC Exchange, LLC: $595.81 /supplies; Novotx, LLC.: $52,000.00 /service; Nuts And Bolts, Inc: $19.44 /supplies; Odeys Inc.: $140.80 /supplies; O'Keefe Elevator Company, Inc.: $204.74 /service; Omaha Compound Company: $6,951.93 /supplies; O'Reilly Auto Parts: $909.53 /supplies; Papillion La Vista Schools Foundation: $500.00 /refund; Papillion Plumbing, LLC.: $985.00 /service; Papillion Sanitation: $2,514.60 /refuse; Papillion Tire, Inc.: $81.55 /supplies; Pomp's Tire Service, Inc.: $39.71 /supplies; Premier-Midwest Beverage Co: $532.60 /merchandise; ProPet Distributors, Inc.: $241.00 /supplies; Quadient Finance USA, Inc.: $452.00 /service; Quality Brands of Omaha, Inc: $1,159.50 /merchandise; Quill Corporation: $30.56 /supplies; R & S Press, Inc.: $340.00 /supplies; Ready Mixed Concrete Company: $634.30 /supplies; Recorded Books, Inc.: $56.90 /books; RNDC: $927.23 /merchandise; Rose Equipment Inc: $869.82 /supplies; Rosemary Osborn: $60.00 /refund; Rotella's Italian Bakery, Inc.: $67.05 /supplies; Roth Enterprises, Inc: $384.00 /goods; Ruby Croft: $30.00 /refund; S & W Fence, Inc: $62,490.92 /service; Sapp Bros., Inc - Omaha: $9,754.07 /fuel; Sarpy County: $19.00 /service; Silex Group, LLC: $443.70 /supplies; SirsiDynix: $8,699.83 /service; Sol Lewis Engineering Co: $3,005.00 /service; Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits of NE: $1,877.52 /merchandise; SRIXON/Cleveland Golf/XXIO: $1,792.80 /merchandise; State Steel of Omaha: $369.22 /supplies; SymbolArts, LLC: $1,540.65 /supplies; TD2 Nebraska Office: $1,067.68 /engineering; TeamSideline: $599.00 /service; Ted's Mower Sales & Service, Inc.: $423.68 /supplies; The Cleaning MART, Inc.: $51.92 /supplies; The Omaha World-Herald: $1,059.10 /service; The Sherwin-Williams Co.: $829.10 /supplies; The UPS Store - 5359: $34.64 /service; Thomson Reuters - West Payment Center: $374.62 /supplies; Thorpe's Body Shop: $591.52 /service; Todd Remmers: $20.00 /reimbursement; Triple Play Turf, Inc.: $700.00 /service; Tritech Forensics: $64.50 /supplies; TruePoint Solutions, LLC.: $2,062.50 /service; Turfwerks: $20.06 /supplies; Ty Cole: $25.00 /reimbursement; Uline, Inc.: $83.57 /supplies; UMB Bank NA: $4,287.50 /service; Utility Equipment Company: $1,492.38 /supplies; Van Wall Equipment: $576.35 /supplies; Verizon Wireless: $860.69 /utilities; Vessco, Inc.: $1,536.57 /supplies; Vireo: $990.00 /service; Walker Parking Consultants/Engineers Inc: $3,214.00 /service; Walmart Community/SYNCB: $683.78 /supplies; Waste Management: $1,382.83 /service; Waystar Health: $130.20 /service; Weldon Parts Omaha: $373.60 /parts; Wells Fargo Financial Leasing: $342.00 /service; Western Sand & Gravel Co: $837.49 /supplies; Westlake Ace Hardware: $93.92 /merchandise; Zep Sales & Service: $202.59 /supplies; Zimco Supply Co.: $1,050.00 /supplies; Zoobean, Inc.: $949.00 /service; Payroll: $785,270.77 /; Totals: $1,580,720.11. ORDINANCES FIRST READING: ORD. 1881 An ordinance to annex certain real estate to the City of Papillion, Nebraska, and to provide for an effective date thereof Philip Green 827-1778. Introduced by Councilmember Engberg. ORD. 1882 An ordinance to change the official Zoning Map of the City of Papillion in accordance with Section 205-32 of the Papillion Municipal Code to adopt a Zoning Map and to apply existing or future zoning regulations, property use regulations, building ordinances, electrical ordinances, plumbing ordinances, and all other regulatory ordinances of the City of Papillion pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. §16-901. The applicant is the City of Papillion Mark Stursma 597-2077. Introduced by Councilmember Kluch. ORD. 1883 An ordinance to amend Papillion Municipal Code §18-2 regarding contracts between the City of Papillion and non-profit organizations Christine Myers 827-1111. Introduced by Councilmember Mumgaard. ORDINANCES SECOND READING: ORD. 1878 An ordinance to amend Article XXIII (PUD Planned Unit Development Overlay District) of Chapter 205 of the Papillion Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is the City of Papillion. (PUD Planned Unit Development Overlay District Regulations Ordinance Amendment Mark Stursma 597-2077. Mayor Black opened the public hearing and called for proponents and opponents. No one came forward and the public hearing was closed. ORD. 1880 An ordinance to approve a Change of Zone from AG (Agricultural) to CC (Community Commercial) and R-4 (Multiple-Family Residential) for the property legally described as a tract of land located in part of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 and part of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 located in Section 1, T13N, R12E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, NE, generally located SE of 72nd St & Schram Rd. The applicant is Papio Park, LLC. (Seventy-Two Place) Mark Stursma 597-2077. Mayor Black opened the public hearing and called for proponents and opponents. Proponents: Jason Thiellen, E&A Consulting, 10909 Mill Valley Rd, Ste 100, Omaha; Larry Jobeun, Fullenkamp, Jobeun, Johnson, and Beller, 11440 W Center Rd, Ste C, Omaha; Gene Graves, Graves Development Resources, 3803 N 153rd St, Ste 201, Omaha. Opponents: None. No one else came forward and the public hearing was closed. ORDINANCES THIRD READING AND RESOLUTIONS: ORD. 1877 An ordinance to approve a Change of Zone from Limited Industrial (LI) to Mixed Use (MU) for the property legally described as Lots 1, 2, and 4, Prairie Corners Five Replat Two (FKA part of Lots 3 and 4, Prairie Corners Five), Lot 5, Prairie Corners Five, and Lots 1 and 2, Prairie Corners Five Replat One, Lots 6, 7, 8, and 9, Prairie Corners Two, generally located east of the intersection of Highway 50 and Cornhusker Road. The applicants are Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc., Mytty properties, LLC, and Werner Enterprises, Inc. (Prairie Corners Mixed Use District) Mark Stursma 597-2077. Motion to approve ORD. 1877 by Councilmember Sunde, second by Councilmember Jaworski. Upon roll call vote, Sunde, Mumgaard, Gaines, Glover, Jaworski, Kluch, Stubbe, and Engberg all voted yes. Voting no: none. Motion passed. RES. R20-0076 PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE A resolution to approve a Preliminary Plat for the property legally described as a tract of land located in part of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 and part of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 located in Section 1, T13N, R12E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, NE, generally located SE of 72nd St & Schram Rd. The applicant is Papio Park, LLC. (Seventy-Two Place) Mark Stursma 597-2077. Mayor Black opened the public hearing and called for proponents and opponents. Proponents: Jason Thiellen, E&A Consulting, 10909 Mill Valley Rd, Ste 100, Omaha; Larry Jobeun, Fullenkamp, Jobeun, Johnson, and Beller, 11440 W Center Rd, Ste C, Omaha; Gene Graves, Graves Development Resources, 3803 N 153rd St, Ste 201, Omaha. Mr. Jobeun stated that the applicant wanted to request that this item be tabled until the next City Council Meeting so they can further review the contingencies. Mayor Black stated that the Council could discuss the request following the public hearing. Council discussion. Mayor Black called for additional proponents and opponents. No one else came forward and the public hearing was closed. Motion to table RES. R20-0076 to the next City Council Meeting by Councilmember Sunde, second by Councilmember Gaines. Council discussion. Upon roll call vote, Sunde, Mumgaard, Gaines, Glover, Jaworski, Kluch, Stubbe, and Engberg all voted yes. Voting no: none. Motion passed. RES. R20-0078 PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE A resolution to approve a Mixed Use Development Agreement for the property legally described as Lots 1, 2, and 4, Prairie Corners Five Replat Two (FKA part of Lots 3 and 4, Prairie Corners Five), Lot 5, Prairie Corners Five, and Lots 1 and 2, Prairie Corners Five Replat One, Lots 6, 7, 8, and 9, Prairie Corners Two, generally located east of the intersection of HWY 50 and Cornhusker Rd. The applicants are Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc., Mytty properties, LLC, and Werner Enterprises, Inc. (Prairie Corners Mixed Use District) Mark Stursma 597-2077. Mayor Black opened the public hearing and called for proponents and opponents. Proponents: Matt Hubel, Schemmer, 1044 N 115th St, Ste 300, Omaha. Opponents: None. No one else came forward and the public hearing was closed. Motion to approve RES. R20-0078 by Councilmember Jaworski, second by Councilmember Glover. Upon roll call vote, Sunde, Mumgaard, Gaines, Glover, Jaworski, Kluch, Stubbe, and Engberg all voted yes. Voting no: none. Motion passed. RES. R20-0085 PUBLIC HEARING AND VOTE A resolution to approve a Special Use Permit to allow a beauty salon as a home-based business/home occupation for the property legally described at Lot 261, Summit Ridge, generally located at 1117 Summit Ridge Dr. The applicant is Sarah Schuhmacher (Sarah Schuhmacher's Salon) Mark Stursma 597-2077. Mayor Black opened the public hearing and called for proponents and opponents. Proponents: Sarah Schuhmacher, 1117 Summit Ridge Dr. Opponents: None. No one else came forward and the public hearing was closed. Motion to approve RES. R20-0085 by Councilmember Jaworski, second by Councilmember Kluch. Upon roll call vote, Sunde, Mumgaard, Gaines, Glover, Jaworski, Kluch, Stubbe, and Engberg all voted yes. Voting no: none. Motion passed. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS: Committee Reports: None. Comments from the Floor: None. Comments from Mayor and Council: Mayor Black provided an update on his events. Council discussion. Closed Session: Mayor Black stated for the record that the purpose of the closed session was to protect the public interest to discuss land acquisition/potential litigation. Motion by Councilmember Glover, second by Councilmember Kluch to go into closed session. Mayor Black called for proponents and opponents. None came forward. Upon roll call vote, Sunde, Mumgaard, Gaines, Glover, Jaworski, Kluch, Stubbe, and Engberg all voted yes. Voting no: none. Motion passed. Mayor Black restated for the record that the purpose of the closed session was only to discuss land acquisition/potential litigation. Mayor Black then stated that the closed session would include the following: Mayor, City Council, City Administrator, Deputy City Administrator, City Attorney, City Clerk, and Deputy City Engineer. The closed session began at 7:45 PM. Upon returning from closed session, Mayor Black stated for the record that the only items discussed in closed session were land acquisition/potential litigation. Motion by Councilmember Gaines, second by Councilmember Glover to come out of closed session. Upon roll call vote, Sunde, Mumgaard, Gaines, Glover, Jaworski, Kluch, Stubbe, and Engberg all voted yes. Voting no: none. Motion passed. Council returned from closed session at 8:11 PM. ADJOURNMENT: Motion to adjourn by Councilmember Kluch, second by Councilmember Glover. Upon roll call vote, Sunde, Mumgaard, Gaines, Glover, Jaworski, Kluch, Stubbe, and Engberg all voted yes. Voting no: none. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at 8:12 PM. CITY OF PAPILLION DAVID P. BLACK, MAYOR ATTEST: NICOLE BROWN, CITY CLERK 143423; 5/20

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