City of Bennington City Council Meeting Agenda




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City of Bennington

City Council Meeting Agenda

Monday, December 12, 2011; 6 p.m.

City Office, 15514 Warehouse Street

Bennington, NE

402-238-2375


1. Call to Order - Roll Call – Open Meetings Act
2. Approval of Consent Agenda

A. November 14, 2011 City Council Meeting Minutes

B. November 2011 and December 2011 Bills Paid

C. Bills Presented for Payment

D. Keno Receipts: November 9%: $806.51; Unclaimed: $59.25

i. Motion to Approve


3. Election of City Council President

  1. Motion to Approve

4. Approval of Planning Commission Appointment



  1. Reappointment: Rob Loptin

i. Motion to Approve
5. Consideration of a Conditional Use Permit Application for a Home Day Care in

a Medium Density Residential District Located at The Heritage Subdivision

A. Presentation – James and Tyler Wilson

B. Public Hearing

C. Motion
6. Girl Scout Troop 42652 “Girls in Action Program” Discussion
7. Papio Creek Bridge and Trail Project Discussion

A. Ranking of Final Selection Criteria for Environmental Services

i. Motion to Approve

B. Status of Outside Donations


8. 156th Street Project Discussion

A. JEO Consulting Group Invoice No. 66847 for $435.00

i. Motion to Approve
9. Resolution 2011-09 Lowering Speed Limit on Bennington Road from Papio

Creek West to 156th Street



  1. Motion to Approve

10. Library Report



  1. Library Building Fund

11. Police Report


12. Maintenance, Park & Street Report

A. Streets and Alleys


13. Office Report

A. Current Litigation – Sarantokas Claim

B. Highway 36 Letter of Concern
14. Adjourn
Anyone desiring to speak on any item on the agenda is invited to do so. All those who wish to address the Council regarding an item on the agenda should stand, state your name and address and limit yourself to three minutes. Anyone desiring to speak for a longer period of time should make arrangements with the city clerk prior to the meeting. This procedure will assure that everyone will be heard by the Council. Individuals requiring physical or sensory accommodations should contact the city clerk at 402-238-2375. Thank you. Mary Johnson, Mayor
City of Bennington

City Council Meeting Agenda

Monday, November 14, 2011; 6 p.m.

City Office, 15514 Warehouse Street

Bennington, NE

402-238-2375


1. Call to Order - Roll Call – Open Meetings Act
2. Approval of Consent Agenda

A. October 10, 2011 City Council Meeting Minutes

B. October 24, 2011 City Council and Citizen’s Advisory Panel Meeting

C. October 2011 and November 2011 Bills Paid

D. Bills Presented for Payment

E. Keno Receipts: October 9%: $924.38; Unclaimed: $62.13

i. Motion to Approve
3. Sportsman Bar & Grill Managers Application for Kathleen Swanda

A. Motion to Approve


4. Library/Pool Building Project Efforts – Ingrid Geiseman and Konni in den Bosch
5. Metropolitan Area Planning Agency (MAPA) Redistricting Boundaries Unchanged
6. 2011/2012 Salary Ordinance No. 400

A. Motion to Waive Two Readings

B. Motion to Approve
7. Papio Creek Bridge and Trail Project Discussion

A. Ranking of Final Selection Criteria for Environmental Services

i. Motion to Approve
8. 156th Street Project Discussion

A. JEO Consulting Group Invoice No. 66392 for $1,232.50

i. Motion to Approve

B. Purpose and Need Statement as Presented

i. Motion to Approve
9. Review 1 & 6 Year Street Plan Priorities
10. Library Report
11. Police Report

A. Speed Limit Discussion Regarding Bennington Road from

156th to 168th Streets

B. Highway 36 Traffic from Ashwood Drive in Ridgewood to 168th Street

12. Maintenance, Park & Street Report

A. Ridgewood Lift Station

B. Streets and Alleys
13. Office Report


  1. Ball Field Meeting – November 16 at 6:30pm

  2. Planning Commission Meeting – November 29 at 7pm

14. Adjourn


Anyone desiring to speak on any item on the agenda is invited to do so. All those who wish to address the Council regarding an item on the agenda should stand, state your name and address and limit yourself to three minutes. Anyone desiring to speak for a longer period of time should make arrangements with the city clerk prior to the meeting. This procedure will assure that everyone will be heard by the Council. Individuals requiring physical or sensory accommodations should contact the city clerk at 402-238-2375. Thank you. Mary Johnson, Mayor.
City of Bennington

Citizens Advisory Panel / City Council Meeting Agenda

156th Street Project

Monday, October 24, 2011; 6:30 p.m.

City Office, 15514 Warehouse Street

Bennington, NE

402-238-2375


  1. Roll Call – Open Meetings Act




  1. Approval of September 8, 2011 Meeting Minutes




  1. Purpose and Needs – Review and Discussion




  1. 1 and 6 Year Street Plan – Review and Discussion




  1. Adjournment

City of Bennington

City Council Meeting Agenda

Monday, October 10, 2011; 6 p.m.

City Office, 15514 Warehouse Street

Bennington, NE

402-238-2375
1. Call to Order - Roll Call – Open Meetings Act
2. Approval of Consent Agenda

A. September 12, 2011 City Council Meeting Minutes

B. September 2011 and October 2011 Bills Paid

C. Bills Presented for Payment

D. Keno Receipts: September 9%: $1038.51; Unclaimed: $37.01

E. Red Ribbon Drug Prevention Proclamation

F. Read Aloud to a Child Month Proclamation

i. Motion to Approve


3. 2011/2012 Salary Ordinance No. 400

A. Motion to Approve


4. Papio Creek Bridge and Trail Project Discussion

  1. Lamp, Rynearson & Associates, Inc.

Invoice No. 0109005.01-0000012 for $399.87

i. Motion to Approve


5. 156th Street Project Discussion
6. Library Report
7. Police Report
8. Maintenance, Park & Street Report

A. Ridgewood


9. Office Report
10. Adjourn
Anyone desiring to speak on any item on the agenda is invited to do so. All those who wish to address the Council regarding an item on the agenda should stand, state your name and address and limit yourself to three minutes. Anyone desiring to speak for a longer period of time should make arrangements with the city clerk prior to the meeting. This procedure will assure that everyone will be heard by the Council. Individuals requiring physical or sensory accommodations should contact the city clerk at 402-238-2375. Thank you. Mary Johnson,

Mayor.City of Bennington

City Council Meeting Agenda

Monday, September 12, 2011; 6 p.m.

City Office, 15514 Warehouse Street

Bennington, NE

402-238-2375
1. Call to Order - Roll Call – Open Meetings Act
2. Approval of Consent Agenda

A. August 8, 2011 City Council Meeting Minutes

B. August 22, 2011 City Council Budget Work Session Minutes

C. August 2011 and September 2011 Bills Paid

D. Bills Presented for Payment

E. Keno Receipts: August 9%: $1260.83; Unclaimed: $63.75

i. Motion to Approve
3. Consideration of a Conditional Use Permit Application for a 24-Unit Assisted

Living (Dependent Care) Addition in a Medium Density Residential District

Located at Ridgewood Senior Living, 12301 N. 149th Circle

A. Presentation

B. Public Hearing

C. Motion


4. 2011-2012 Budget and Resolution 2011-05 Setting Final Tax Request

  1. Ron Ferdig, O’Donnell, Ficenec, Wills & Ferdig

  2. Public Hearing

  3. Resolution 2011-05

i. Motion to Approve
5. Resolution 2011-06 Approving the 2010 Douglas County Local Emergency

Options Plan Including the City of Bennington’s Emergency Operations Plan

A. Motion to Approve

6. Papio Creek Bridge and Trail Project Discussion



  1. Lamp, Rynearson & Associates, Inc.

Invoice No. 0109005.01-0000011 for $948.56

i. Motion to Approve

B. Resolution 2011-07 Authorizing Mayor Mary Johnson to Sign the

Project Program Agreement

i. Motion to Approve

C. Revised Program Agreement Removing the Federal Funding

Maximum and Updates Recent NDOR Policy Changes

i. Motion to Approve


7. 156th Street Project Discussion
8. Resolution 2011-08 Requesting Legislation for Financial Aid Needed for Costs

of Federally Mandated Improvements to the City of Omaha’s Sanitary Sewer

System

A. Motion to Approve


9. Library Report
10. Police Report
11. Maintenance, Park & Street Report

  1. Ridgewood Update

  2. Street Repairs

12. Office Report


13. Adjourn
Anyone desiring to speak on any item on the agenda is invited to do so. All those who wish to address the Council regarding an item on the agenda should stand, state your name and address and limit yourself to three minutes. Anyone desiring to speak for a longer period of time should make arrangements with the city clerk prior to the meeting. This procedure will assure that everyone will be heard by the Council. Individuals requiring physical or sensory accommodations should contact the city clerk at 402-238-2375. Thank you. Mary Johnson, Mayor.


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