CITY OF BELLEVUE PUBLIC NOTICES 6/9/21

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 HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of the City of Bellevue, Nebraska, will hold a regular meeting at 7:00 p.m. on June 24, 2021, in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 1500 Wall Street, Bellevue, Nebraska, regarding:

1. Request to rezone Lots 1 through 5, Svendsen Acres Replat One, being a replat of Lot 1, Svendsen’s Acres, and a platting of Tax Lots D9H, D9D, D9C, and D9B, all located in the Northwest ¼ of Section 16, T14N, R13E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska from BGH and BNH to BGH and RG-50 for the purpose of existing commercial and residential development; preliminary plat Lots 1 through 5, Svendsen Acres Replat One; and waiver of Section 6-4, Subdivision Regulations.  Applicant:  Svendsen Real Estate, LLC.  General Location:  36th St and Harrison St. 

2. Request to rezone Lot 1, Redwood 25, being a platting of Tax Lot 4F, located in the Northwest ¼ of Section 27, T14N, R13E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, NE, from AG to RG-28-PS for the purpose of multi-family residential development; and preliminary plat Lot 1, Redwood 25.  General Location:  South 25th Street and Cornhusker Road. 

An agenda of the meeting, which is kept continually current, is available for public inspection at the Planning Department located at 1510 Wall Street.

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CITY OF BELLEVUE

NOTICE OF MEETING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Bellevue will be held at 6:00 P.M. on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, at the Bellevue City Hall, 1500 Wall Street, Bellevue, Nebraska, in the City Council Chambers.

The agenda for the regularly scheduled meeting, which is kept continually current, may be amended as permitted by law and shall be available for public inspection during normal business hours at the office of the City Clerk at City Hall beginning Wednesday, June 9, 2021, at 4:00 P.M., and is available on the Internet at www.bellevue.net.

Requests for any special accommodations must be placed with the City Clerk at least forty-eight hours prior to the time of the meeting.

Susan Kluthe

City Clerk

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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 1, 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 William Johnson, Revival Tabernacle Church, 2226 Jefferson 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 12, 2021 Board of Health Minutes, Approval of May 18, 2021 City Council Minutes; Approval of Claims; and Approve & authorize the Mayor to sign the NE Transportation Assistance Agreement with the Nebraska Department of Transportation to receive reimbursement of funds for operational expenses of the Specialized Transportation Service, up to a maximum amount in $136,210 in fiscal years 2021/2022.

3. Ord. No. 4037:  An ordinance to amend Article II, Chapter 6, of the Bellevue Municipal Code by adding a new Section 6-24 through 6-27 regarding leash and muzzle requirements for pit bull breeds, breed ambassadors, proof of insurance, animal control authority’s annual reporting to City Council and to provide an effective date was read for the third & final reading.  On a 2 – 4 vote with Stinson, Cook, McCaw, and Welch voting no, motion to approve Ord. No. 4037 failed.

4. 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 second time and public hearing was held.  No one spoke in support or against this ordinance.  The third & final reading will be June 15th.

5. 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 first time.  The second reading & public hearing will be held on June 15th.

6. Following public hearing the following were approved:  Approval of an Event Application for the Bellevue Community Foundation to host the Bellevue Rocks Riverfront Festival on Friday, August 13, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 14, 2021 and on Saturday, August 14, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 15, 2021 at American Heroes Park; Recommendation to approve a Special Designated Liquor License (SDL) for the Bellevue Community Foundation to set up a beer garden at the Bellevue Rocks Riverfront Festival on Friday, August 13, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 14, 2021 and on Saturday, August 14, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 15, 2021 at American Heroes Park and Approval of Event Application for Kiwanis Club of Bellevue-Offutt for the Arrows to Aerospace Celebration on Friday, August 20, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Senior Center and on Saturday, August 21, 2021 from 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Mission Avenue & Washington Park.

7. The following resolutions were approved by City Council:  Res. No. 2021-15:  A resolution designating the City Clerk or his/her designee as the agent to determining whether a special designated liquor license is to be approved or denied in accordance with established criteria and state statute as may be amended; Res. No. 2021-16:  Approving the Amended Budget for the Sarpy County and Cities Wastewater Agency FY 2020-2021 Budget & authorize Mayor to sign; Res. No. 2021-17: Approving the proposed FY 2021-2022 Budget for the Sarpy County & Cities Wastewater Agency & to authorize the Mayor to sign.

8. City Council approved the following items:  Approval to recommend the purchase of 12 portable radios from Motorola for the Police Dept., in an amount not to exceed $68,224.68; Recommend approval of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bellevue Public School for renewal of School Resource Officer and authorize the Mayor to sign; Approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the Addendum to the original agreement with HDR Engineering, Inc. for the Bellevue South Lift Station, Phase 2 (renamed Brown River Lift Station) project, in an amount not to exceed $235,600.00; Approve & authorize the Mayor to sign the Addendum (Work Change Directive) with DIY Holding Co, LLC, increasing the original contract amount for the 2021 Concrete Pavement Rehabilitation Project, in an amount not to exceed $123,000.00; and Approve & authorize the Mayor to sign the proposal from Heimer Corp. for the Ft. Crook Road emergency CMP culvert replacement, in the amount not to exceed $147,891.00, plus a 10% contingency in the amount of $14,789.10, for a total project cost of $162,680.10.

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 – May report was attached.)                        

10. There being no further business to come before the Council at this time, on motion duly made & seconded, at 6:23 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 06-01-2021

911 CSTM   SPLY   954.6; AA WHL & TRCK SPLY   SPLY   48; A HIGHLAND   SVC   1001.09; ACTN SGNS   SVC   279; ARGS USA   SPLY   120.77; ALXNDR LWN & LNDSCPE   SVC   9521.9; ALFRD BNSCH   SVC   2980; ALLD OIL & TRE    SVC   2623.98; AMAZON   SPLY   5450.38; AMRCN UNDRGRND SPLY   SPLY   207.68; AQUA-CHM   SVC   1299.64; A-RLF SVC   SVC   644.5; AUTO VLE PRTS - SO   PRTS   56.38; AVRY RNTS   SPLY   25.74; B & B TCH   SPLY   6640; BAUER BLT   PRTS   1321.74; BXTR CHRYSLR DDG JP   PRTS   196.83; BXTR FRD   PRTS   61.24; BLVU PRNTNG    SVC   597.41; BRT GRNY & ASSC   PRTS   591.58; BTTS ENT   SVC   550; BG RD LCKSMTHS   SPLY   135; BLCK HLLS    SVC   3676.91; BBCT OF OMH   PRTS   92.22; BK FNCL   SID   1750; BND TREE MDCL    SPLY   3445.53; BRTN PLMBNG SVC   SVC   190; CAPE TRCK ACCSSRS   PRTS   679; CBS   SVC   125.19; C ARNDT   REIMB   125; CNGG LRNG   BKS   59.98; CNTR PNT LRG PRNT   BKS   85.08; CNTRY LNK   SVC   1035.38; CLYD ARMRY   SPLU   8306; C ALBRCHT   REIMB   127.5; CMPCHC OCCPTNL HLTH   SVC   534.46; CMPTR CBL CNNCTN   SVC   1954.68; CNCRT SPLY   SPLY   807; CNNR PSYCHLGCL SVC   SVC   385; CNSLDTD MGMT    MEALS   321.74; CORE TCH   SVC   3500; CRNHSKR INT’L TRCKS   PRTS   96.34; COX    SVC   220; CRTV STS   SVC   3045; CRYE PRCSN   SVC   3230; CLLGN    SPLY   312.8; DNK EMRGNCY EQPMNT   PRTS   1931.09; DAY ELCTRC SVC   SVC   1533; DLL MRKTNG    SVC   1743; DN’S PNR UNFRMS   SPLY   1646.92; DGLS CNTY SHRFF OFFC   SVC   50; DPS   SVC   7071.56; DLTMR SLS    SPLY   535.67; ED M FLD EQPMNT    SVC   118.52; ELLTT EQPMNT    PRTS   176.97; FCTRY MTR PRTS    PRTS   475.98; FRM PLN   SPLY   1783.16; FRGSN ENT   SPLY   43.6; FLTR SHP   SPLY   79.52; FIRE PRTCTN SVC   SVC   1913.75; FRST WRLSS   SVC   560; GALLO PROF’’L PLYGRPH    SVC   1050; GRNGR   SPLY   210.88; GRT PLNS UNFRMS   UNFRMS   2766.28; GRTN GDE & NWS   SVC   261.65; HGM ASSC   SVC   4298.25; HLLYRD DES MNS   SPLY   260.74; IDEAL PURE WTR    SPLY   72; INDFF   SPLY   191.96; INGRM LBRY SVC   BKS   1932.84; INTGRTD RHB   SVC   1225; INTRST BTTRS   SPLY   1710.61; INTRST PWR SYS   SPLY   1171.07; J & J SML ENGN SVC   SVC   369.73; JCKS UNFRMS & EQPMNT   SPLY   3521.52; JCKSN SVC   SVC   358.5; JIM HWK TRCK TRLRS   PRTS   120.98; JO DON’S   SVC   60; K WRKMN   REF   70; K EISENBIEL   REF   140; KRH FLD PWR    PRTS   1318.57; LNGG TSTNG INT’L   SVC   63; LNS ATMTV   SVC   200; LCKTN    SVC   1815; LP POLICE   SVC   129.95; LYMN RCHY SND & GRVL   SPLY   2954.41; MCQEN EQPMNT   SVC   204297; MRTHN VNTRS    SVC   30074.55; MARCO    SVC   114.07; MRTN ASPHLT   SPLY   210.9; MTHSN TRI-GAS    SPLY   95.92; MNRDS   SPLY   1560.29; MAT   SVC   5231; MTR LSNG   LEASE   22046.66; MUD   SVC   6211.54; MDLNDS AUTO RPR   SVC   70; MDWST IMPRSSNS   SPLY   658.75; MDWST LAB   SVC   30; MMC MCHNCL CNTRCTRS   SVC   4435.45; MTRL SLTNS   SPLY   5685.39; MPH IND   SPLY   3450; NAPA   PRTS   1977.21; NDOT   SVC   12609.85; NE IA IND’L FSTNRS   PRTS   986.04; NE IA SPLY CO   SPLY   3228.43; NE ST FIRE MRSHL AGNCY   SVC   72; NE-DPT OF RVN   TAXES   89.95; NEWMAN SIGNS   SVC   2969.4; NMC EXCHNG    PRTS   1177.7; NRTHLND BSNSS SYS   SVC   4718.71; OPPD   SVC   4257.2; OMNI   SPLY   1678.35; ONE CLL CNCPTS   SVC   9.61; O’REILLY    PRTS   59.98; OVRHD DR   SVC   173; P&M HRDWR   PRTS   50; PPLN SNTN   SVC   303561.62; PTY CSH - FNC   SPLY   191.87; PWRPLN   SPLY   1078.79; PRCS MRM    SVC   200; PRIMA   DUES   385; QDNT FNNC    SVC   3100; QDNT LSNG USA   SVC   176.46; RAY ALLN MFG   SVC   504.98; R RIOS   REF   40; RDY MXD CNCRT   SPLY   23024.09; RCHSTR MDLND    SPL   309; RYC CRNHSKR   TIF   6428.68; RFF WTRS   SVC   65; SRPY CNTY CRT   SVC   34; SGRVS FR APPRTS   PRTS   1615.74; SCRTRY OF ST   SVC   30; S MANNING   REIMB   429; SHRD-IT USA   SVC   144; SPRNT   SVC   125.22; STN HSTN EQPMNT    SPLY   1452.5; STNDRD HTNG & A/C   SVC   141.15; STLTNBRG NRSRS   SPLY   1120.8; STRCHR’S    SVC   4276.15; SPRR SGNLS   SPLY   19.5; TD’S MWR SLS & SVC   SVC   27.5; TRMNL SPLY    SPLY   82.82; THE HM DPT PRO-SPLY WRKS   SPLY   1046.1; THIELE GTCH   SVC   306; THMPSN DRSSN & DRNR   SVC   1125; THYSSNKRPP  ELVTR   SVC   464.81; TOOL SHD   SPLY   102.55; TOYNE   PRTS   374.25; TRVLRS   INS   566; TREES  SHRBS AND MORE   SPLY   554.3; TRICO    SVC   590.88; TRSTR RSK ENT MGMT   INS   8565.14; TRFWRKS   SVC   234.59; UPS    SVC   62.62; VERIZON    SVC   1375.54; VERIZON    SVC   50; VGL WST   SPLY   376.9; WLKRS UNFRM RNTL   SVC   104.24; WLDN PRTS    SPLY   28.95; WSTLK ACE HRDWR   SPLY   186.4; WLBR ELLS   SPLY   1011.6; ZRMD   SVC   460.95; ZLL DATA SYS   SVC   1105.

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