CITY OF BELLEVUE PUBLIC NOTICES 6/23/21

These notices appear concurrently in The Gretna Guide & News, which is the official paper of publication. They are provided here as a courtesy to Daily Recorder subscribers. The Daily Record is not a legal newspaper for the purpose of Sarpy County notices.

CITY OF BELLEVUE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY

OF THE PROPOSED 2021-2022 ACTION PLAN

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS: 

The City of Bellevue, in consultation with local service providers, agencies, and individuals, has prepared and will submit the 2021-2022 Action Plan of activities for Community Planning and Development Programs including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in accordance with regulations at 24 CFR Part 91 governing consolidated submission for community planning and development programs.

A public hearing for the purpose of obtaining public comments for the proposed 2021-2022 Action Plan is scheduled for:

Tuesday, July 20, 2021, at 6:00 pm during the Bellevue City Council meeting in the City Council
Chambers, 1500 Wall Street,
Bellevue, Nebraska, 68005
.

The location of the public hearing is wheelchair accessible. If special accommodations for persons with disabilities or non-English speaking persons are needed, please contact the City Clerk at (402) 293-3007 no later than July 16, 2021. 

The third year Action Plan addresses the intended use of $335,360 in 2021 entitlement grant funds and $176,120 in reallocation funding under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program and identifies community development priority needs, objectives, and activities to be implemented during Fiscal Year 2021-2022.  All proposed activities are subject to approval and final adoption by the Mayor and the Bellevue City Council following the public hearing during the July 20, 2021, council meeting.  The following table summarizes the proposed allocations for planned activities in FY 2021-2022:

ACQUISITION

Housing Foundation for Sarpy County (Mixed Use Development – HFSC Properties II) – $150,000.00

Eastern Nebraska Community Action Partnership (Bellevue Food Pantry Relocation Assistance) – $240,080.00

PUBLIC FACILITIES &

IMPROVEMENTS

First Baptist Church of Bellevue  (Community Center Upgrades) – $16,400.00

PUBLIC SERVICE

Lift Up Sarpy (Bellevue Community Response/Car Match Program) – $15,000.00

HOUSING                                

Habitat for Humanity of Sarpy County (Rehabilitation of Single-Family Unit) – $45,000.00

ADMINISTRATION & PLANNING

Program Administration – $45,000.00

TOTAL – $511,480.00

The proposed Action Plan is available for review at the following locations: Bellevue City Hall, City Clerk’s Office, 1500 Wall Street, Bellevue, NE 68005; Bellevue Public Library, 1003 Lincoln Road, Bellevue, NE 68005; Bellevue Housing Authority, 8214 Armstrong Circle, Bellevue, NE 68005; Bellevue Public Schools Lied Activity Center, 2700 Arboretum Dr, Bellevue, NE 68005; and, City of Bellevue website at www.bellevue.net

Questions, comments or suggestions are encouraged concerning the 2021-2022 Action Plan and will be accepted until the time of final approval at the July 20, 2021, City Council meeting.   All interest parties may submit written comments to the City of Bellevue, CDBG Program, 1500 Wall Street, Bellevue, NE 68005; by email at abby.highland@outlook.com; or contact by phone at (402)293-3000. The approved 2021-2022 Action Plan will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on or before August 15, 2021.

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CITY OF BELLEVUE
NOTICE OF HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Bellevue, Nebraska, will hold a regular meeting at 6:00 p.m. on July 6, 2021, in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 1500 Wall Street, Bellevue, Nebraska, regarding:

1. Request to rezone Lot 1, 370 Square Replat Six, being a replat of Lots 1 and 2, 370 Square Replat IV, from BG to RG-8-PS for the purpose of multi-family residential development, with site plan approval.  Applicant:  Sage Capital, LLC.  General location:  36th Street and Lexington Avenue.

6/23

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CITY OF BELLEVUE

Notice of Public Hearing

Private Charity Event

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Sec. 5-36 through 5-40 of the Bellevue City Code, on Tuesday, July 6, 2021, the Bellevue City Council will hold a public hearing on the request of an Event License Application for Kevin Power to host a Private Charity Event to raise donations for the Bellevue Food Pantry from 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 24, 2021.

The meeting is open to the public and the public is encouraged to attend.  Requests for special accommodations must be placed with the City Clerk at least forty-eight hours prior to the meeting.

Susan Kluthe

City Clerk

6/23

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CITY OF BELLEVUE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION

FOR CORPORATE MANAGER CHANGE ONLY

Notice is hereby given that STL of Nebraska, Inc. dba “Target Store 1537” has filed an application for Change in Corporate Manager for Andrew R. Guenther at 3808 Twin Creek Drive, Bellevue, Nebraska.

A public hearing on the application will be held at the City Council meeting on July 6, 2021, at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 1500 Wall Street, Bellevue, NE.  At such time all persons desiring to give evidence before the City Council will be heard.

Susan Kluthe

City Clerk

6/23

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CITY OF BELLEVUE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION

FOR CORPORATE MANAGER CHANGE ONLY

Notice is hereby given that U Save Foods Inc. dba “Family Fare 776 and Family Fare 788” has filed an application for Change in Corporate Manager for Lance A. Kramer at 5101 Harrison Street and 1510 Harlan Drive (respectively), Bellevue, Nebraska.

A public hearing on the application will be held at the City Council meeting on July 6, 2021, at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 1500 Wall Street, Bellevue, NE.  At such time all persons desiring to give evidence before the City Council will be heard.

Susan Kluthe

City Clerk

6/23

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CITY OF BELLEVUE

ORDINANCE NO. 4038

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA, CLASSIFYING THE EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY; FIXING THE RANGES OF COMPENSATION OF SUCH EMPLOYEES; PROVIDING A PAY RANGE SCHEDULE; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; REPEALING ORDINANCE NO.  3997; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 15th day of June, 2021.

Susan Kluthe

Bellevue City Clerk

6/23

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CITY OF BELLEVUE

Bellevue City Council Proceedings

(Edited for Publication)

A meeting of the Mayor & Council of the City of Bellevue was called to order by Mayor Rusty Hike, at Bellevue City Hall at 6:00 p.m., on June 15, 2021.  Present were City Council Members Bob Stinson, Paul Cook, Jerry McCaw, Thomas Burns, Don Preister, Kathy Welch; Absent:  None.

Notice of this meeting was given in advance thereof by publication in the Gretna Guide & posting in two public places, the designated method for giving notice & was also given to the Mayor & all members of the City Council.  All proceedings shown hereafter were taken while the convened meeting was open to the public.

Mayor Hike led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Pastor Bryan Rice, Christ the King Lutheran Church, 7308 South 42nd Street, gave the Invocation.

The following items of business were considered:

1. Council unanimously approved the Agenda.

2. Council approved the consent agenda which included:  Acknowledge Receipt of May 27, 2021 Planning Commission Minutes, Approval of June 1, 2021 City Council Minutes; Acknowledge Receipt of April 13, 2021 Tree Board Minutes; Approval of Claims; Recommendation to approve the appointment of Ralph Gladbach to the Bellevue Bridge Commission, to serve the remaining term of George Graham, ending August , 2022; Approve Addendum to Electronic Government Service Level Agreement with NIC Nebraska and the Nebraska State Records Board, allowing citizen online permitting with the Permits Department and Approve the Independent Contractor Agreement renewal for CDBG Consulting Contract.

3. Council approved Ord. No. 4038:  An ordinance of the City of Bellevue, Nebraska, classifying the employees of the city; fixing the ranges of compensation of such employees; providing a pay range schedule; providing for publication in pamphlet form: repealing Ordinance No. 3997; and providing for an effective date was read by title only for the third and final time.

4. Ord. No. 4039:  An ordinance to amend Article I, Chapter 20, of the Bellevue Municipal Code by adding a new Section 20-14 regarding the use of certain medians being prohibited and to provide an effective date, was read for the second time and opened for public hearing. No one spoke in support or opposition to this ordinance.  The third and final reading will be held on July 6th.

5. The following ordinances were read for the first time:  Ord. No. 4040:  An ordinance to amend the Official Zoning Map of the City of Bellevue, Nebraska, as provided for by Article 3 of Ord. No. 3619 by changing the zone classification of land located at or about 36th Street and Lexington Ave., more particularly described in Section 1 of the ordinance and to provide an effective date; Ord. No. 4041: An ordinance to amend Article I, Chapter 20, of the Bellevue Municipal Code by adding a new Section 20-15 regarding failure to appear and to provide an effective date;                    and Ord. No. 4042:  An ordinance to amend Chapter 7 pertaining to bicycles by amending Article I, Section 7-2 and repealing Article I, Section 7-1 and 7-11 and Article II in its entirety and to provide for the effective date of this ordinance.  The second reading and public hearings will be held on July 6th.

6. Following public hearing the City Council denied the Request for a Conditional Use Permit for Lot 10, Nob Hill, for the purpose of caregiver services to independent seniors.  The applicant, Ms. Gloria Pettigrew-Fletcher, was explained her goals and request for the home to be used for caregiver services located at 2208 Virginia Ave.  Mrs. Ashley Denton spoke in favor of the request.  No one spoke in opposition.

7. The following resolutions were approved by City Council:  Res. No. 2021-18:  A resolution authorizing the Mayor & City Treasurer to open account(s) in the name of the City of Bellevue; to sign and endorse checks & orders for the payment of money or otherwise withdraw or transfer funds on deposit with the financial institution(s) & authorize the Mayor to sign and after opening for public hearing Res. No. 2021-19:  Moratorium on acting upon applications for any permits, zoning approvals, or zoning changes for any proposed Solar Plants and any related power generation facilities & authorize the Mayor to sign.  Ms. Michaela Valentine, Government & Community Relation Manager for OPPD was present to answer any questions.  No one spoke in favor or in opposition.

8. City Council approved the following items:  Approve & authorize the City Council President to sign the 2020 CDBG Subrecipient Agreement with MRH Land, LLC for the First City Tavern Improvement Project, in an amount not to exceed $45,000.00 (after Mayor Hike recused himself due to a conflict of interest) and Recommend approval to place a metal roof over a portion of the existing dock at American Heroes Park, in an amount not to exceed $22,500.00.

9. Administrative Reports:  Comments must be limited to items on the current Reports.  (Monthly reports are given at the first Council Meeting of every month – June report will be attached to July 6th Council Packet.)                        

10. There being no further business to come before the Council at this time, on motion duly made & seconded, at 7:02 p.m. the meeting adjourned.                

Susan Kluthe

City Clerk

A complete text of the minutes of the regular meeting is on file & available for public inspection during regular business hours in the office of the City Clerk & is also available on the Internet at www.bellevue.net. 

CLAIMS FOR 06-15-2021

911 CSTM   SPLY   3785.74; A HIGHLAND   SVC   4911.64; AETNA    REIMB   105.79; ALMO RNT-A-CAR   TRNG   514.86; ALXNDR LWN & LNDSCP   SVC   9521.9; ALFRD BNSCH    SVC   12568.29; AMAZON   SPLY   1275.18; AMRCN FDS GRP   SPLY   164; AMRCN NTNL BNK   SVC   45; AQUA-CHEM   SPLY   162; A-RELIEF   SVC   609; AUTO VLUE PRTS    SPLY   106.93; AUTMTV VIDEO INNVTNS   SVC   1690; A LOSCHEN   RNT   1248; AVI SYS   SVC   1300; B&D DMND PRO   SPLY   270; BAUM HYDRLCS    SPLY   21.47; BXTR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP   SPLY   573.05; BLVU EST HGH SCHL   SVC   2098; BLVU PRNTNG    SPLY   340; BRT GRNY & ASSC   PRTS   209.49; BLCKBRN MFG   SPLY   147.53; B A BAKER   REIMB   21.99; BBCT OF OMH   SPLY   1094; BND TREE MDCL    SPLY   3201.44; B BARRETT   REF   140; BCKLY CNSTR   SVC   2300; CAKE EXPRSSNS   SPLY   134.82; CNTH AWRDS   SVC   63.13; CPTL BSNSS SYS   SVC   3775.15; CRHRTT   SPLY   496.37; C GRUBB   REIMB   293.04; CRRLL CNSTR SPLY   SPLY   294.29; CNTRY LNK   SVC   724.65; CHRLTT BRNSTN   REIMB   74.71; CHASE BNK   SVC   129862.5; C BELL   REF   35; CLLBRTV SMMR LBRY PRGRM   SPLY   114.25; CNSLDTD MGMT    MEALS   415.66; CRNHSKR AUTO WSH   SVC   37.5; CRNHSKR INT’L TRCKS   SPLY   64.45; COX    SVC   2160.35; CRTV STS   SVC   203331; DNLSN / TCH SPLY   SPLY   79.9; DNK EMRGNCY EQPMNT   SPLY   340; D RUZICKA   REIMB   143.83; D MSHER   REF   20; DLL MKG    SPLY   4061.41; DSRT SNW   TRNG   1198; DGTL INTLLGNC   SVC   11968.26; DLLNS CSTMR CHGS   SPLY   5; DLN CNSLTNG GRP   TRNG   95; D PREISTER   REIMB   59.99; DON’S PNR UNFRMS   SPLY   2321.87; DRP BOX   SVC   19.99; ESTRN NE CMMNTY   CDBG   52706.79; EC DATA SYS   SVC   7.95; ED M FLD EQPMNT    SPLY   415.34; ELLTT EQPMNT    PRTS   317.51; ERCKSN & SDRSTRM   SVC   36148; FCTRY MTR PRTS    SPLY   39.98; FRFLD INN WTRL   LGDNG   210.6; FRM PLN   SPLY   438.02; FBINAA NE CHPTR   TRNG   105.09; FED EX   SVC   19.01; FLSBRG HLT & ULLVG   SVC   32984.28; FRGSN ENT   SPLY   100.66; FRST NTNL BNK OF OMH   SVC   55.5; GALLO PRFSSNL PLYGRPH   SVC   1750; GOTOMTNG   SVC   17.12; GRNGR   SPLY   1069.09; GRYBR ELCTRC   SPLY   936; GRTN GUIDE & NWS   SVC   355.13; HDR ENGNRNG   SVC   33006.75; HRTLND BIKE SHR   SVC   53668; HRTLND BSNSS SYS   SVC   6600; HGM ASSC   SVC   1309.72; HLDY INN-CDR FLLS   LGDNG   215.04; HRWTH LNDRY EQPMNT   SVC   684.75; HSTGTR   SVC   69.95; HTSY EQPMNT    SVC   1344.57; HGHS MLCH PRDCTS   SPLY   1400; HSTD CO - OMH   SVC   1008; IDL PURE WTR    SPLY   30; INDPNDNT SLT    SPLY   4775.55; INDFF   SPLY   224.67; INFSF SHRDNG   SVC   240; INGRM LBRY    BKS   2771.18; INTRST BTRS   SPLY   627.71; INTRST IND’L SVC INSTRMNTN   SVC   110; INTRST PWR SYS   SPLY   16235; J & J SML ENGN   SPLY   937.78; J P COOKE    SPLY   316.9; JCKSN SVC   SVC   232.2; J WEST   MISC   1200; JIM HWK TRCK TRLRS   PRTS   400.25; JMMY JHNS   MEALS   22; JO DON’S   SPLY   650; JHN E REID & ASSC   SVC   2200; J SPENCER   REIMB   81.94; KB BLDNG SVC   SVC   10973.5; LGUE OF NE MNCPLTS   CNFRNC   745; LEO A DALY    SVC   38717.3; LBRY IDEAS   BKS   377.55; LIONS ATMTV   SVC   300; LGN CNTRCTRS SPLY   SPLY   4625; LP PLC   SVC   129.95; MCQEN EQPMNT   SPLY   272.47; MLLY ELCTRC   SVC   224.55; MARCO    SVC   860.17; M MEUSEY   REIMB   73.19; M LARIOS   REF   40; MRTN ASPHLT   SPLY   284.9; MATRIX    SVC   926.96; McKSSN MDCL-SRGCL GVT SLTNS   SPLY   226.97; MEDICARE   REIMB   350.01; M REEDER   REF   35; MNRDS   SPLY   2201.94; METRO LSNG   LEASE   22836.87; MUD   SVC   32225; MCHL TODD    SPLY   311.85; MCRFLM IMGNG SYS   SVC   480; MID-AMRCN SGNL   SVC   14305.5; MDWST IMPRSSNS   SPLY   385; MDWST LAB   SVC   13; MMC MCHNCL CNTRCTRS   SVC   1346; M COON   REIMB   178.5; MOS EQPMNT   SPLY   2874.28; MRO SPLY   PRTS   662.5; NAPA   SPLY   545.05; NE ARBRSTS ASSC   TRNG   700; NE BRD OF PBLC ACCNTNTS   SVC   70; NE IA IND’L FSTNRS   PRTS   300.53; NE LAW ENFRCMNT TRNG CNTR   SVC   360; NE ST FIRE MRSHL   SVC   120; NE.GOV   SVC   28; N GREINER   REIMB   178.5; NMC EXCHANGE    PRTS   49.54; NRTH AMRICN RESCUE   SPLY   509.96; NORTHWEST PKWY   SVC   9.4; OCLC    SVC   1357.52; OMH DR & WNDW   SVC   137.17; OPPD   SVC   29698.07; OMNI   SVC   182615.17; ONE CLL CNCPTS   SVC   914.24; O’REILLY    PRTS   3.99; P&M HRDWR   SPLY   6.99; PACER    SVC   41.8; PPLLN SNTTN   SVC   667.26; PAPIO MO RVR NRD   SVC   277827.78; PAY-LSS OFFC SPLY   SVC   279.9; PM AM    SVC   1735; POSM SFT   SVC   5679.99; PRCS MRM    SVC   946.28; PBLC AGNCY TRNG CNCL   TRNG   1050; PLVRNT MNMNT    SVC   400; RDY MXD CNCRT    SPLY   16801.29; RJN GRP   SVC   5787.5; R EMBREY   MISC   600; RFF WTRS   SVC   90.98; S SPLICHAL   REF   70; SRPY CNTY CRT HSE   SVC   13452.93; SRPY CNTY CRT HSE   SVC   30724.2; S WELCH   SVC   250; SCRTRY OF ST (SSND)   NTRY   30; SCRTRY OF ST (SSND1)   NTRY   30; SITEONE LNDSCP SPLY   SPLY   185.8; SLP INN GRND ISLND   TRNG   152.68; SMTH DVS INS   BOND   40; SPRTN NSH STRS   SPLY   77.89; TCHSP   SVC   57; THE HOME DPT PRO-SPLY WRKS   SPLY   202.54; THIELE GEOTECH   SVC   992; T MELVIN   REIMB   1134.6; TJ CBL   SVC   250; TOOL SHD   SPLY   8.48; TTL TL SPLY   SPLY   338.4; TRVLRS   INS   5947.09; TREES  SHRBS & MR   SPLY   4704.65; TRICO    SVC   1321.67; TRI-TCH FRNSCS   SPLY   381.5; T ANDAHL   REIMB   229.5; TY’S OTDR PWR & SVC   SVC   30.85; U.S. CELL   SVC   7447.85; US BNK VYGR FLT SYS   SPLY   32102.34; USA BLUE BK   SPLY   1722.84; UTLTY EQPMNT    SPLY   1860; VERIZON    SVC   400.1; VERMEER EQPMNT OF NE   PRTS   147.53; VGL TRFC SVC   SVC   32902.5; WLKRS UNFRM RNTL   SVC   105.24; WALMART   SPLY   47.88; WSTLK ACE HRDWR   SPLY   991.95; WHTKR AUTO RPR   SVC   173.95; W ELLIS   SVC   1034; WDHS FRD STH   PRTS   58.04; Z SIMONES   REIMB   788.73; ZLL DATA SYS   SVC   2522.25; ZLL MDCL    SPLY   4216.68; ZOOM    SVC   240.59

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