CITY OF RALSTON PUBLIC NOTICES 7/14/2021

NOTICE OF MEETING

CITY OF RALSTON

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Ralston, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 P.M. on Tuesday, July 20, 2021, in the Council Chambers at Ralston City Hall. An agenda, which is kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk at City Hall.

 

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

 

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CITY OF RALSTON

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

 

The Ralston City Council will hold a public hearing at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.  The purpose of the public hearing is to consider the 2nd reading of Ordinance No. 1287, an ordinance amending Chapter 9, Article 11 of the Ralston Municipal Code to adopt the 2018 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code.  Public comments will be accepted.  An agenda will be kept current and available for public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk, 5500 S. 77th Street, Ralston, Nebraska 68127. Written comments should be addressed to the City Clerk at the above address.

 

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

 

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CITY OF RALSTON

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

 

The Ralston City Council will hold a public hearing at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.  The purpose of the public hearing is to consider the 2nd reading of Ordinance No. 1288, an ordinance amending Sections 7-5 and 7-6 and adding a new Section 7-7 of Article 7 of Chapter 11 of the Ralston Municipal Code, Zoning – Fence Regulations.  Public comments will be accepted.  An agenda will be kept current and available for public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk, 5500 S. 77th Street, Ralston, Nebraska 68127. Written comments should be addressed to the City Clerk at the above address.

 

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

 

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CITY OF RALSTON

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

 

The Ralston City Council will hold a public hearing at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.  The purpose of the public hearing is to consider the 2nd reading of Ordinance No. 1289, an ordinance amending Chapter 6, Article 6, Section 6-601 of the Ralston Municipal Code pertaining to dogs and cats licenses.  Public comments will be accepted.  An agenda will be kept current and available for public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk, 5500 S. 77th Street, Ralston, Nebraska 68127. Written comments should be addressed to the City Clerk at the above address.

 

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

 

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CITY OF RALSTON

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

 

The Ralston City Council will hold a public hearing at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.  The purpose of the public hearing is to consider the 2nd reading of Ordinance No. 1286, an ordinance amending Article 7 and Article 8 of Chapter 8 of the Ralston Municipal Code pertaining to trees.  Public comments will be accepted.  An agenda will be kept current and available for public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk, 5500 S. 77th Street, Ralston, Nebraska 68127. Written comments should be addressed to the City Clerk at the above address.

 

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

 

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CITY OF RALSTON

Ralston City Council Regular Meeting

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

 

The complete minutes are on file in the office of the City Clerk and are available for public inspection during regular business hours or on the City’s website at www.cityofralston.com.

 

The Ralston City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 5:30 PM at Ralston City Hall.  The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Roll was called with the following present: Council President Krause and Council members Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Sanchez (via ZOOM) and Preis.  Mayor Groesser was absent. The agenda was available at City Hall for public inspection and posted prior to the meeting.  The legal notice for the meeting was published in the Omaha Daily Record.  Claims listed are approved and part of these minutes.

Deacon Lonnie Dinneen, St. Gerald Catholic Church, gave the invocation.  Council President Krause welcomed the press and guests.  Krause said the meeting is subject to the Nebraska Open Meetings Act.  A copy of the Act is posted at the rear of the Council Chambers and is available to view on the City’s website at www.cityofralston.com.

Reviewed the following items under the consent agenda.  (a) Minutes from the June 1, 2021 regular city council meeting; (2) Claims; (3) Monthly Financial Statements from May 2021; and (4) Department Head and/or Commission Reports.  Moved and seconded to approve the Consent Agenda with the additional claims.  Aye:  Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  None.  Absent:  None.  Motion carried.

Bohling reported in financial statements for May 2021 the City received the third allotment of 779 turnback of $783,000.  Bohling reported on the budget process and he is compiling the draft this week and will send out to departments.  Krajewski reported on arena events.  Hairball and Baby Shark were held last week and were successful; two new shows – Cody Johnson and LOL Surprise; still holding dates for two comedy shows, one additional family show and eight concerts; upcoming events for this week – Golden Gloves and the Omaha Beef on Saturday.  Russell reported there have been three SDL’s issued as of June 11, 2021.  Hoppe reported on the progress of the Granary and Granary Green project.

Brousek introduced Ordinance No. 1285.  Russell read Ordinance No. 1285 by title only:  AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF A CERTAIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE, SAME BEING LOT 1, SERUM INDUSTRIAL PARK REPLAT 1, AN ADDITION TO THE CITY OF RALSTON, AS SURVEYED, PLATTED AND RECORDED IN DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEBRASKA; DIRECTING THE CONVEYANCE OF SUCH REAL ESTATE, AND THE MANNER AND TERMS THEREOF, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND AUTHORIZING THE ORDINANCE BE PUBLISHED IN PAMPHLET FORM. Moved and seconded to approve Ordinance No. 1285 on second reading.  Aye:  Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  None.  Absent:  None.  Motion carried. Moved and seconded to waive third reading of Ordinance No. 1285.  Aye:  Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  None.  Absent:  None.  Motion carried.

Kavanaugh introduced Ordinance No. 1284.  Russell read Ordinance No. 1284 by title only:  AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 9, ARTICLE VI SECTION 9-601, OF THE RALSTON MUNICIPAL CODE TO ADOPT THE 2018 INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE; TO REPEAL ALL PROVISIONS IN CONFLICT THEREWITH; TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND TO AUTHORIZE THAT SAID ORDINANCE BE PUBLISHED IN PAMPHLET FORM.  Moved and seconded to approve Ordinance No. 1284 on third reading. Aye:  Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  None.  Absent: None.  Motion carried.

Moved and seconded to approve the amendment to the Ralston Arena Management Agreement between City of Ralston and Global Spectrum, LP d/b/a Spectra Venue Management.  Aye:  Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  Brousek.  Absent: None.  Motion carried.

Moved and seconded to accept the bid for the 2021 Ralston street patching project from Spencer Management.  Aye:  Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  None.  Absent: None.  Motion carried.

Public comment: There was no public comment. 

Council comment: Brousek thanked the departments and City offices for a job well done.  Kavanaugh thanked the Public Works crew for all the hard work they are putting in and hopes they stay safe and well-hydrated.

The meeting adjourned at 6:15 PM.

The next regular meeting is Tuesday, July 6, 2021 at 5:30 PM.

 

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

 

Gerald J. Krause

                                Council President

 

CLAIMS-06-15-2021

Access Systems Leasing, 2,362.17, Printers/Copiers; AFLAC, 703.44, Insurance; Aramark/Ameripride, 112.90, Rugs; Athletico Physical Therapy, 120.00, Post Offer Screening; Axon Enterprise, Inc., 708.48, Equipment; Big Red Locksmiths, 35.00, Service Call; Black Hills Energy, 43.81, Utilities; BMI Janitorial Group, 1,050.00, Janitorial; Buck’s Inc., 39.61, Car Washes; Caselle, Inc., 876.00, Contract Support; Cengage Learning, Inc., 90.75, Books; City of Omaha Cashier, 73,849.97, Sewer; CompChoice, 174.00, DOT Testing; Cox Business Services, 1,918.31, Telephones; Deere Credit, 473.28, Equipment; Diamond Laundry Service, Inc., 49.90, Laundry Service; Dolphens Design & Sign, 100.00, Signs; Donald Ficenec, 7,280.00, Legal Services; Eakes Office Solutions, 205.01, Supplies; ESRI, Inc., 400.00, Subscription; Experian, 43.92, Credit Services; Factory Motor Parts Co., 424.24, Parts; Fleek, Brianna, 120.00, Janitorial; Great Western Bank-Pension, 38,151.00; Great Western Bank-Visa, 521.28, Supplies; Houghton Bradford Whitted PC, LLO, 5,000.00, Professional Fees; Integrated MSP, 5,171.00, Computer System Maintenance; International Code Council, 100.00, Code Books; JEO Consulting Group, Inc., 19,732.50, Professional Services; League Association of Risk Mgmt., 65.35, Insurance Endorsement; Leonardo, Marc, 107.07, Reimbursement; Martin Asphalt, 151.70, Supplies; Menards-Ralston, 146.05, Supplies; Michael Todd & Co., Inc., 108.56, Supplies; Mid-American Benefits, Inc., 2,247.64, Cobra Administration and Fees; Midlands Business Journal, 75.00, Subscription; Midwest Plastics, Inc., 389.70, Supplies; MUD-Utilities, 1,218.80, Utilities; Nebraska Iowa Supply Co., Inc., 2,749.68, Fuel; Nebraska State Fire Marshal Agency, 81.00, Boiler Inspection; OCLC, Inc., 365.21, Cataloging and Metadata; Omaha Douglas Publ Bldg, 8.75, Parking; Omaha Public Power District, 19,633.55, Utilities; O’Malley, Margaret, 211.75, Janitorial; Omni Engineering, 2,581.89, City Patch Material; One Call Concepts, Inc., 73.77, Locate Fee; Papillion Sanitation, 2,578.12, Sanitation; Papio-Missouri River NRD, 21,564.83, Fees; Pitney Bowes Global Financial Services, 231.96, Leasing Charges; Port-A-Johns Inc., 75.00, Portable Restroom Rental; Puritan Manufacturing, Inc., 250.00, Shop Supplies; Quality Tire, Inc., 264.00, Tires; Quill Corporation, 137.91, Office Supplies; Ralston Automotive, 122.22, Supplies/Repairs; Ridder, Justine, 32.15, Reimbursement; Suburban Newspapers, Inc., 526.72, Legal Publications; Swan Engineering, LLC, 119.42, Shop Supplies; The Daily Record, 234.16, Legal Publications; Tool Shed of Omaha, 348.97, Shop Supplies; Trans Union Risk & Alternative, 75.00, Credit Services; Unique, 26.85, Placements; Verizon Wireless, 1,091.47, Telephone; Vogel Traffic Services, 820.00, Pavement Marking; Westlake Ace Hardware, 2.69, Supplies.

 

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