CITY OF OMAHA PUBLIC NOTICES 12/2/20

AGENDA

CITY OF OMAHA PLUMBING BOARD

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020

PUBLIC HEARING – 1:30 PM

3RD FLOOR –

JESSE LOWE CONFERENCE ROOM

OMAHA/DOUGLAS CIVIC CENTER 

 1819 FARNAM STREET

APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS

MEETING MINUTES

EXAM REVIEWS

NEW CASES:

•  Section 49-218:  Approval for renewal of  continuing education course and instructors

•  Section 49-241:  Approval for waiver of minimum classroom hours to qualify for             Journeyman exam

•  Section 49-708:  Approval for waiver of

restrictions on unisex bathrooms in food   preparation tenant

•  Section 49-1140:  Approval for waiver of Type I Interceptor for auto repair shop.

DISCUSSION:

NOTE: All requests for sign language interpreters (signers) will require a minimum of 48 hours advance notice.  If necessary, contact the Board Secretary at (402) 444-5150 ext. 2062.

The Plumbing Board reserves the right to amend the above agenda.  The Plumbing Board agenda and other information regarding the Plumbing Board and Planning Department are available on the Internet at http://www.cityofomaha.org/planning/boards/plumbing-board. Agendas available on the Internet are subject to change and are for convenience purposes only.  A copy of the official agenda, kept continually current, shall be available for public inspection at the office of the Omaha Planning Department, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite 1110, Omaha, Nebraska, during normal business hours.

Prior to the hearing, the applicant may schedule a time to review the City’s case file during normal business hours by contacting the Board Secretary at 402-444-5150 ext. 2062.  If an alternative (audio version) to this agenda is necessary, please notify the Board Secretary at 402-444-5150 ext. 2062, 72 hours in advance.

Martin Gomez, Administrator

City of Omaha Plumbing Board

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PUBLIC HEARING AND

 ADMINISTRATIVE MEETING

OMAHA MUNICIPAL LAND BANK

WEDNESDAY, December 9th 2020    

9:00 A.M. – MEETING

OMAHA/DOUGLAS CIVIC CENTER

1819 FARNAM STREET

3RD FLOOR – JESSE LOWE ROOM

The meeting is open to the public.  The Omaha Municipal Land Bank agenda and other information are available on the Internet at http://www.omahalandbank.org/about/#board-meetings A copy of the official agenda, kept continually current, is available in the Planning Department, Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite 1100, Omaha, NE, during normal business hours. The Omaha Municipal Land Bank reserves the right to amend the agenda.  If an alternative to this agenda is necessary, please notify the Board Secretary at (402) 800.1240, 72 hours in advance. 

NOTE:  All requests for sign language interpreters (signers) will require a minimum of 48 hours advance notice.  If necessary, contact the Board Secretary at (402) 800.1240.

Shannon Snow, Executive Director

Omaha Municipal Land Bank

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CITY OF OMAHA

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Omaha met on November 24, 2020 and passed and approved the following ordinance:

ORDINANCE NO. 42369

AN ORDINANCE vacating that portion of South 49th Avenue south of Washington Street to the dead end abutting Lots 26 and 27, Block O of Homestead Acres Addition as well as abutting 6445 South 50th Street, platted and recorded in Douglas County; and providing the effective date hereof. WHEREAS, Neb. Rev. Stat. Section 14-375 provides that the City Council may vacate a street or alley without petition upon City Planning Board recommendation; and, WHEREAS, the Statute further provides that a Committee of Appraisers be appointed to appraise damages, if any, to property affected by the vacation; and, WHEREAS, Resolution No. 666 adopted June 25, 2019, appointed Vinny Palermo, Rich Pahls, and Pete Festersen members of the City Council, to assess damages to all property affected by the vacation; and, WHEREAS, on September 22, 2020, the Committee of Appraisers held a meeting immediately following the 10:30 a.m. staff meeting in the Roskens Room, Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska, at which meeting no cause for any damages was found as a result of the vacation; and, WHEREAS, the City Council finds there are no damages as a result of this vacation, and that such vacation should be approved; and, WHEREAS, Fair Market Value has been determined and paid as required for the conveyance of the right-of-way to be vacated. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. That portion of South 49th Avenue south of Washington Street to the dead end abutting Lots 26 and 27, Block O of Homestead Acres Addition as well as abutting 6445 South 50th Street, as surveyed, platted and recorded in Douglas County; be, and hereby is, vacated and without further act of the City, title to the vacated right-of-way shall pass to the abutting owner of said property thereof; the vacating of the property herein described, and the reversion thereof, pursuant to applicable law, shall be subject to the conditions and limitation that there is reserved to the City of Omaha the right to maintain, operate, repair and renew sewers now existing therein and in the future to construct, maintain, repair and renew additional or other sewers; and also the right to authorize the public utilities and cable television systems to construct, maintain, repair or renew and operate now or hereafter installed water mains and gas mains, pole lines, conduits, electrical transmission lines, sound and signal transmission lines and other similar services and equipment and appurtenances above, on and below the surface of the ground for the purpose of serving the general public or abutting property; and the right so reserved shall also include such lateral connection or branch lines as may be ordered, desired or permitted by the City or such other utility and to enter upon the premises to accomplish the above purposes at any and all times. No buildings, improvements, or other structures shall be placed in, on, over, or across said vacated right-of-way without express written approval of the City. All vegetation upon the premises, including but not limited to, trees, bushes, and crops, and all structures upon the premises, including but not limited to, buildings, walls, fences, drives and walks, may be damaged or removed as necessary in the exercise of the rights herein reserved without compensation to any person. Section 2. that the property be divided as such; title of the entire portion of that portion of South 49th Avenue south of Washington Street to the dead end abutting Lots 26 and 27, Block O of Homestead Acres Addition as well as abutting 6445 South 50th Street, Douglas County, Nebraska, will be passed to the abutting property owner of 4957 Washington Street, William J. Bresnahan. Section 3. That the property be subject to the following conditions; the new owner, of 4957 Washington Street, William J. Bresnahan, and any future owner of described land, will indemnify and not hold liable the City for any damages to improvements to the portion of South 49th Avenue if access to sewers is deemed necessary for maintenance of sewers and utilities under and in said land, to include, but not limited to, cutting through, tearing up of, or destruction of poured concreted covering sewers for the express purpose of repairing, maintaining and accessing sewers therein. Additionally, owners will indemnify the City of any damages due to heavy equipment crossing over any improvements to South 49th Avenue, due to access to and maintenance of Blood Creek to the south of 4957 Washington Avenue. Section 3. That this Ordinance shall be in full force and take effect fifteen (15) days from and after the date of its passage.

First Reading October 27, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing November 10, 2020; Third Reading and Vote November 24, 2020

PASSED: November 24, 2020: 6-0

City of Omaha

Jean Stothert, Mayor                     

Elizabeth Butler, City Clerk

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ORDINANCE NO. 42372

AN ORDINANCE to amend Sections 23-177, 23-324, 23-403, and 23-507 of the Omaha Municipal Code to reflect changes for the Administrative and Executive Classifications for the year 2021; to provide that any ordinances of the City of Omaha, and any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, which are in conflict with this Ordinance shall not be applicable to those employees in Administrative and Executive Classifications; and to provide the effective date hereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. Due to the length of the effected ordinances, Omaha City Council Rule VII(B) requiring amending ordinances to recite the entire section is hereby waived solely for the purposes of Section 2 of this Ordinance and only the lined out material to be deleted and the underlined material to be added shall be recited herein. Section 2. That Section 23-177 of the Omaha Municipal Code is hereby amended as follows:

Sec. 23-177. Classifications and pay rates schedule.

The following are the classifications and pay rates for employment with the city.

AA. CLASSIFICATIONS--ADMINISTRATIVE AND EXECUTIVE

2020 SALARIES. Effective December 15, 2019 (3% increase over 2019 salaries)

See attached Table identified as “Attachment #3.”

2021 SALARIES. Effective December 27. 2020 (2% increase over 2020 salaries}

See attached Table identified as “Attachment #1.”

Section 3. That Section 23-324 of the Omaha Municipal Code is hereby amended as follows:

Sec. 23-324. - Paid holidays.

The following, and in addition any other day designated by the mayor, are paid holidays for employees in the classified service:

New Year’s Day

Martin Luther King’s Birthday

Presidents Day

Memorial Day

Juneteenth Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Columbus Day

Veterans Day

Thanksgiving Day

Day after Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Day

Employee’s birthday

Employees required to work on these days shall be compensated therefor in accordance with sections 23-252 through 23-255 and section 23-257 of this Code. Whenever a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be considered a holiday, and, if it falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be considered the holiday. Birthday holiday may be taken on a date mutually agreed upon by the employee and his/her supervisor. Holidays which occur during a vacation or sick leave shall not be charged against that leave. Employees who are absent without leave on the workday immediately preceding or following an official holiday shall not be paid for the holiday. A suspension for disciplinary reasons shall be treated as an absence without leave under this section except as otherwise provided in any current labor agreement by only those designated unions representing city employees. Employees who retire on a holiday will receive holiday pay for that day.

Section 4. That Section 23-403 of the Omaha Municipal Code is hereby amended as follows:

Sec. 23403. - Health care benefits.

A. Health care benefits for CMPTEC, AEC, and fire management employees until December 31, 2019.

(a)  The health care plan provided herein shall be set forth in the master contract on file with and administered by the city’s third-party administrator or health insurance provider. The city shall    provide employees with a written summary of the health care benefits herein. Such health care               coverage shall commence on the first day of employment.

(b)  The health care benefits shall include, without limitation:

1.  Effective June 19, 2Cl01, comprehensive major medical health care coverage with 70 percent paid by the city and 30 percent paid by the employee on all covered charges, unless the health care services are provided by a preferred provider organization (PPO), in which case the city shall pay 80 percent and the employee shall pay 20 percent of the covered charges.

2.  For CMPTEC, AEC, and fire management, a deductible of $400.00 for an individual with single coverage, $400.00/per individual with single + 1 coverage, or $800.00 aggregate for family coverage; deductible will apply to all covered services.

3.  There is no maximum lifetime benefit per individual, but there remains a $20,000.00 maximum lifetime benefit for chemical dependency.

4.  For CMPTEC, AEC, and fire management, stop loss (maximum cost to the employee for covered medical service in a calendar year) of $1,000.00 for a person with single coverage, $1,000.00 per individual with single +1 coverage, or $2,000.00 aggregate for family coverage, all per year. The deductible applies to the stop loss.

5.  Effective June 19, 2001, the following items shall be excluded from coverage: a) elective corrective eye surgery (such as RK, PRK, Lasik, and its successors) and b) all fertility procedures and fertility drug coverage.

6.  For CMPTEC employees, AEC employees, and fire management employees, the city will institute a wellness program where the city will allow coverage up to$200.00 for each covered individual for preventative services of well-baby exams, routine physicals, school physicals, annual well woman examinations, routine colonoscopies, routine mammograms, immunizations, pap smears. Such coverage shall be handled through the city’s health care provider in a manner similar to covered benefits under the health care plan, including application of any amounts to be paid against the covered individual’s deductibles. After such coverage is met on any of these listed preventive services, any further preventative services are subject to the normal deductible and coinsurance under the health care plan.

7.  Hospital precertification. All inpatient admissions must be certified. Planned admission, or as soon as medically possible. The penalty for failure to certify is $500.00 of in-hospital charges. The penalty for hospitalization past certified number of days is a reduction of coverage by 50 percent of both physician and hospital charges. All inpatient admissions must be precertified as above. Hospitalizations beyond the certified number of days must be recertified. If the hospitalization is recertified, there is no penalty. The penalty for hospitalization past the certified number of days is a reduction by 50 percent of both physician and hospital covered charges, which will not be paid by the city and will be the responsibility of the employee.

8.  Any disputes regarding precertification or recertification in a particular case may be presented to the city’s disputes committee.

9.  For CMPTEC employees, and AEC employees that voluntarily participate and follow the rules of the city wellness program, they will be eligible for city specified. incentives, including but not limited to, reductions in health insurance premiums, waiving of health insurance copays for specified medical facilities, gift cards, gym memberships, etc. No employee is required to participate in the Wellness program and the city maintains the absolute right to set forth the terms and conditions surrounding the program.

B. Health care for police management employees.

 

(a)  Police management employees will have the same high deductible healthcare plan. (HDHP) that is being implemented for police bargaining employees effective January 1, 2018. If the city negotiates a new health care plan with the Omaha Police Officers Association during the term of this agreement, then the police management group will have the ability to inform the city that they want to move to the same plan and the city shall do so. The health care plan provided herein shall be set forth in the                 summary plan description on file with and administered by the city’s third party administrator or health insurance provider. The city shall provide employees with a written summary of the health care benefits herein. Such health care coverage shall commence on the first day of employment.

(b)  The health care benefits shall include, without limitation:

(1) In-patient hospital precertification: All in-hospital admissions must be certified. Planned admissions must be certified in advance. Emergency admissions must be certified within 24 hours of admission or as soon as medically possible. The penalty for failure to certify is $500.00 of the hospital charges. Hospitalizations beyond the certified number of days must be recertified. If the hospitalization is recertified; there is no penalty. The penalty for hospitalization past certified number of days without recertification is a reduction by 50 percent of both physician and hospital charges.

(2)  Hospital certifications (and recertifications) shall be phoned in to a telephone number provided each employee on his/her I.D. card. The employee or any person on his behalf (e.g., spouse, nurse, doctor, hospital personnel) may precertify. Any disputes regarding precertification or recertification in a particular case may be presented to the city’s disputes committee.

(3)  The health care benefit is a qualified high deductible health plan with a network component. Benefits are available for service from in-or out-of-network providers, a $2,700.00 deductible applies for single coverage and/or $5,400.00 embedded deductible for single + 1 and family coverage per calendar year. The deductible for an out-of-network provider will be twice the in-network amount. Should federal regulations require changes to the deductible or any other plan benefits, the plan will comply with said requirements.

(4)  The maximum lifetime benefit per plan member is unlimited.

(5)  Prescription coverage: A pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) manages administration of the prescription drug benefit. Prescription drug services are available from in- and out-of-network pharmacies. When an in-network pharmacy is utilized both deductible and coinsurance amounts apply to the out-of-pocket maximum. Out of network pharmacies will be handled as shown on the summary plan description on file for police bargaining and administered by the city’s third party administrator. The cost will be applied to the deductible and then will be covered at 50 percent. Unless specifically required by the physician, generic drugs will be dispensed whenever possible.

(6)  Wellness program: Preventative services as outlined by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are covered with no member cost sharing when received from an in-network provider. If preventative services are received from an out-of-network provider the benefit is limited to $175.00 for employee only. Members of the bargaining group who voluntarily participate and follow the rules of the city wellness program will be eligible for city-specified incentives, including but not limited to, reductions in health insurance premiums, waiving of health insurance copays for specified medical facilities, gift cards, gym memberships, etc. No employee is required to participate in the wellness program and the city maintains the absolute right to set forth the terms and conditions surrounding the program.

(7)  Vision program: If the Omaha Police Officer Association creates a voluntary vision program for its members that are funded entirely by the employee, the city shall work with police management in order to allow them to participate.

(8)  The above summary only highlights the covered benefits under the qualified high deductible health plan. For a more extensive review, consult the summary plan description provided by the city’s third party administrator.

(9)  Health savings account (HSA). The city shall make. a contribution to a HSA on behalf of the employee in the following amounts:

2018 and 2019

Single: $1,300.00 annual contribution then 75 percent city match up to $500.00 on the first $666.67 of employee contributions. The maximum cumulative city lump sum and matching contribution shall be $1,800.00.

 Single + 1 and Family: $2,600.00 annual contribution then 75 percent city match up to $1,000.00 on the first $1,333.33 of employee contributions. The maximum cumulative city lump sum and matching contribution shall be $3,600.00.

2020 and 2021

Single: $1,300.00 annual contribution then a 50 percent city match up to $375.00 on the first $750.00 of employee contributions. The maximum cumulative city lump sum and matching contribution shall be $1,675.00.

 Single + 1 and Family: $2,600.00 annual contribution then 50 percent city match up to $750.00 on the first $1,500.00 of employee contributions. The maximum cumulative city lump sum and matching contribution shall be $3,350.00.

Other conditions.

The city’s annual HSA contribution will be contributed as a lump sum on the first pay period of the calendar year.

 For employees hired mid-year, the city’s annual contribution will be prorated for the remaining months of the plan year.

C. Health care for CMPTEC, AEC, and fire management employees commencing on January 1, 2020.

(a)  CMPTEC, AEC, and fire management employees will have the same high deductible healthcare plan (HDHP) that is being implemented for Local 251 employees effective January 1, 2020. The health care plan provided herein shall be set forth in the summary plan. description on file with and administered by the city’s third-party administrator or health insurance provider. The city shall provide employees with a written summary of the health care benefits herein. Such health care coverage shall commence on the first day of the month following employment.

(b)  The health care benefits shall include, without limitation:

(1)  Hospital Precertification - All in-patient admissions must be certified. Planned admission must be certified in advance, or as soon as medically possible. The penalty for failure to certify is $500 of the in-hospital charges, which will not be paid by the CITY and will be the responsibility of the employee. Hospitalizations beyond the certified number of days must be recertified. If the hospitalization is recertified, there is no penalty. The penalty for hospitalization past the certified number of days a reduction by 50% of both physician and hospital covered charges, which will not be paid by the CITY and will be the responsibility of the employee.

(2)  Hospital certifications (and recertifications) shall be phoned in to a telephone number provided each employee on his/her I.D. card. The employee or any person on his behalf (e.g.: spouse, nurse, doctor, hospital personnel) may precertify. Any disputes regarding precertification or recertification in a particular case may be presented to the City’s Disputes Committee.

(3)  The health care benefit is a Qualified High Deductible Health Plan with a network component. Benefits are available for service from in-or out-of-network providers, a $2,750 deductible applies for single coverage and/or $5,500 embedded deductible for Single + 1 and Family coverage per calendar year. The deductible for an out-of-network provider will be twice the in-network amount. Should Federal regulations require changes to the deductible or any other plan benefits, the plan will comply with said requirements.

(4)  The maximum lifetime benefit per plan member is unlimited.

(5)  Prescription Coverage. A Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) manages administration of the prescription drug benefit. Prescription drug services are available from in-and-out-of-network pharmacies. When an in-network pharmacy is utilized both deductible and coinsurance amounts apply to the out-of-pocket maximum. Out of network pharmacies will be handled as follows - the cost will be applied to the deductible and then will be covered at 50%. Unless specifically required by the physician, generic drugs will be dispensed whenever possible.

(6)  Preventative Services & CITY Wellness Program: The CITY’s health insurance coverage will pay 100% of certain. Preventive services for adults; women (including women who are pregnant), and children when such services are provided by an in-network provide (For Out of Network providers, the CITY will allow coverage up to $200 for each covered individual for preventative services of well-baby exams, routine physicals, school physicals, annual well woman examinations; routine colonoscopies, routine mammograms, immunizations, pap smears. Such out of network coverage shall be handled though the CITY’s health care administrator in a manner similar to covered benefits under the health care plan, including application of any amounts to be paid against the covered individuals deductibles. After such coverage is met on any of these listed out of network preventive services, any further preventative services are subject to the normal deductible and coinsurance under the health care plan. Members of the bargaining group who voluntarily participate and follow the rules of the CITY Wellness Program will be eligible for CITY-specified incentives, including but not limited to, reductions in health insurance premiums, waiving of health insurance copays for specified medical facilities, gift cards, gym memberships, etc. No employee is required to participate in the Wellness Program and the CITY maintains the absolute right to set forth the terms and conditions surrounding the program.

(7)  Vision program: The CITY has created a voluntary vision program that is funded entirely by the employee.

(8)  The above summary only highlights the covered benefits under the qualified high deductible health plan. For a more extensive review, consult the summary plan description provided by the city’s third-party administrator.

(9)  Health savings account (HSA). The CITY shall set up Health Savings Accounts and allow employees to make voluntary contributions to the Accounts as permitted by Federal Law. The CITY shall make a contribution to a HSA on behalf of the employee in the following amounts through the 2021 payroll year:

Single: $1,750 annual contribution.

Single+ 1 and Family: $3,500 annual contribution.

Other conditions.

The contributions to the HSA of $1,750 annually for single and $3,500 annually for single + 1 and family shall also be in effect for fire management for 2022.

 The city’s annual. HSA contribution will be contributed as · a lump sum on the first pay period of the calendar year.

For employees hired mid-year, the city’s annual contribution will be prorated for the remaining months of the plan year.

(10) Active Employees who are eligible for Medicare benefits under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act due to age, disability, or end-stage renal disease on January 1 of a plan year and who are enrolled in the City’s HDHP Plan, are enrolled in Medicare, and are not eligible to receive the City’s contribution to a HSA account, shall receive a lump sum payment in the following amounts, depending on the coverage they have, at the same time that they receive pay for the first pay period of the calendar year:

Single: $2,375

Single + 1 and Family: $4,750.

This lump sum payment shall be treated as taxable income and is subject to all tax withholdings.

Section 5. That Section 23-507 of the. Omaha Municipal Code is hereby amended as follows:

Sec. 23-507. – Wages for 2020 and 2021.

For the 2020 payroll year: All AEC job classifications shall receive a 3 percent salary increase.

For the 2021 payroll year: All AEC job classifications shall receive a 2 percent salary increase.

Section 6. This Ordinance, being legislative in character, shall be in full force and take effect fifteen (15) days after its passage.

First Reading October 27, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing November 10, 2020; Third Reading and Vote November 24, 2020

PASSED: November 24, 2020: 6-0

City of Omaha

Jean Stothert, Mayor                     

Elizabeth Butler, City Clerk

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ORDINANCE NO. 42370

AN ORDINANCE to approve a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Omaha and the Nebraska Public Employees Group, Local 251; this Memorandum of Understanding provides for increased shift differential pay for Street Maintenance employees assigned to winter shifts during the 2020-2021 winter season; and to provide an effective date thereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. That the City of Omaha and Nebraska Public Employees Group, Local 251, have negotiated the Memorandum of Understanding providing for increased shift differential pay for Street Maintenance employees on the 2020-2021 winter season. A copy of the Memorandum of Understanding agreed to between the parties is attached hereto and by reference made apart hereof. Section 2. Any Ordinance of the City of Omaha and any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, which are in conflict with the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement are amended by the Memorandum of Understanding, shall not be applicable and shall be considered to be superseded. Section 3. The Mayor of the City of Omaha is hereby authorized to execute this Ordinance on behalf of the City of Omaha and the City Clerk is further authorized to attest her signature. Section 4. This Ordinance shall take full force and be in effect fifteen days after its approval.

First Reading October 27, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing November 10, 2020; Third Reading and Vote November 24, 2020

PASSED: November 24, 2020: 6-0

City of Omaha

Jean Stothert, Mayor                     

Elizabeth Butler, City Clerk

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ORDINANCE NO. 42371

AN ORDINANCE to approve a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Omaha and the Civilian Management Professional Technical Employee’s Council (CMPTEC); this Memorandum of Understanding provides for increased shift differential pay for City Maintenance Foreman Is in the Street Maintenance Division that are assigned to winter shifts during the 2020-2021 winter season; and to provide an effective date thereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. That the City of Omaha and Civilian Management Professional Technical Employee’s Council (CMPTEC), have negotiated the Memorandum of Understanding providing for increased shift differential pay for City Maintenance Foreman Is assigned to Street Maintenance Division for the 2020-2021 winter season. A copy of the Memorandum of Understanding agreed to between the parties is attached hereto and by reference made apart hereof. Section 2. Any Ordinance of the City of Omaha and any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, which are in conflict with the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement are amended by the Memorandum of Understanding, shall not be applicable and shall be considered to be superseded. Section 3. The Mayor of the City of Omaha is hereby authorized to execute this Ordinance on behalf of the City of Omaha and the City Clerk is further authorized to attest her signature. Section 4. This Ordinance shall take full force and be in effect fifteen days after its approval.

First Reading October 27, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing November 10, 2020; Third Reading and Vote November 24, 2020

PASSED: November 24, 2020: 4-2

City of Omaha

Jean Stothert, Mayor                     

Elizabeth Butler, City Clerk

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ORDINANCE NO. 42373

AN ORDINANCE to approve the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City of Omaha and the Omaha Police Officers’ Association for a term of December 27, 2020 to December 20, 2025; to provide that any ordinances of the City of Omaha, and any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, which are in conflict with the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement shall not be applicable to those employees in the bargaining unit described in Article 1, Section 1, of said Collective Bargaining Agreement; and to provide the effective date thereof. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OMAHA: Section 1. There is a need to approve the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City of Omaha and Omaha Police Officers’ Association for December 27, 2020 to December 20, 2025. A Copy of said Collective Bargaining Agreement agreed to between the parties is attached hereto and by this reference made a part hereof. Section 2. Any ordinances of the City of Omaha, and any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, which are in conflict with the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement shall not be applicable to those employees in the bargaining unit described in Article 1, Section 1 of said Collective Bargaining Agreement. Section 3. Notwithstanding any provision of Omaha Municipal Code Section 2-35 to the contrary, the Mayor of the City of Omaha is hereby authorized to execute the Collective Bargaining Agreement on behalf of the City of Omaha, and the City Clerk is further authorized to attest her signature. Section 4. This Ordinance shall take full force and effect fifteen days after its approval.

First Reading October 27, 2020; Second Reading and Public Hearing November 10, 2020; Third Reading and Vote November 24, 2020

PASSED: November 24, 2020: 6-0

City of Omaha

Jean Stothert, Mayor                     

Elizabeth Butler, City Clerk

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