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PUBLIC NOTICES
AGENDA
FOR THE REGULAR
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
TO BE HELD
MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2017
AT 3:00 P.M.
DUE TO CHRISTMAS & NEW
YEARS DAY HOLIDAYS, THE
CITY COUNCIL WILL NOT MEET
ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 25,
2017 AND MONDAY, JANUARY 1,
2018
PUBLIC HEARING CONSENT AGENDA
Anyone wishing to address an
item on the Consent Agenda may
do so at this time
REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS
1) 17R-279 Approving a Contract among the City of Lincoln,
Lancaster
County,
LincolnLancaster County Public Building
Commission, and Midwest Office
Automations
for
Cost-Per-Copy
Services, pursuant to Bid No.
17-199, for a four year term with the
option to renew for one additional
four year term. (11/20/17 - Public
Hearing & Action cont’d to 12/4/17)
(12/4/17 - Public Hearing & Action
cont’d to 12/11/17)
2) Approving the distribution of
funds representing interest earnings
on short-term investments of Idle
Funds during the month ended
October 31, 2017.
3) Clerk's Letter and Mayor’s
Approval of Resolutions A-90796
and 90798 adopted by the City
Council on December 4, 2017.
(Placed on file)
PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS
4) PLACED ON FILE IN THE
OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:
Administrative
Amendment
No. 17070, to Special Permit No.
1940A, Cardinal Heights CUP,
approved by the Planning Director
on November 30, 2017, to delete
the common recreation facility and
change the outlot to a duplex,
generally located at W. Redberry
Lane and W. Thatcher Lane.
5) MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS
- END CONSENT AGENDA PUBLIC HEARING LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS
6) Application of Ovations Food
Services, L.P. dba Spectra Food
Services & Hospitality for a Class I
liquor license and a Class E
Entertainment District liquor license
at 350 Canopy Street, Suite #120.
7) Manager Application of
Brian T. Krajewski for Ovations
Food Services, L.P. dba Spectra
Food Services & Hospitality at 350
Canopy Street, Suite #120.
PUBLIC HEARING RESOLUTIONS
8) 17R-283 Assessing the
costs incurred for cutting, clearing
and removing weeds against the
various benefitted properties for the
period of January 1, 2017 through
December 31, 2017.
9) 17R-284 Approving a purchase agreement between the City
of Lincoln and Hometown Trolley
(Double K, Inc.) for Compressed
Natural Gas Low Floor Trolleys,
pursuant to RFP No. 17-164, for a
five year term.
10) 17R-286 Approving a Bike
Share System Equipment Agreement in the amount of $775,192.00
between B-Cycle and the City of
Lincoln for the purchase of equipment. (Related Items: 17R-286,
17R-287)
11) 17R-287 Approving a
2-Year Bike Share Operations and
Maintenance Agreement in the
amount of $659,510.00 between
B-Cycle and the City of Lincoln for
ongoing maintenance of the City of
Lincoln Bike Share Program. (Related Items: 17R-286, 17R-287)
12) 17R-288 Accepting the
report of new and pending claims
against the City and approving
disposition of claims set forth for the
period of November 16-30, 2017.
13) 17R-289 Approving an
Interlocal Agreement between the
Railroad Transportation Safety District and the City to transfer funding
to the RTSD Funding for the 33rd &
Cornhusker Project and to accept
the ownership and maintenance of
the safety improvements in the
area.
14) 17R-290 Identifying and
declaring the area generally located
along South 48th Street between
Calvert Street and Pioneers Boulevard as the South 48th Street
Business Area and approving appointment of Lynn Fisher, Jeanne
Vuko, Matthew Roque, Ken Bougger, and Terry Bock as the
members of the Business Improvement Board.
PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCES - 2ND READING &
RELATED RESOLUTIONS
15) 17-186 Creating Sewer
District No. 1189 for the purpose of
constructing a sewer district to
serve seven properties and assessing the costs thereof against the
benefitted properties.
16) 17-189 Text Amendment
17015 - Amending Title 27 of the
Lincoln Municipal Code (the “Zoning Ordinance”) by amending Section 27.02.020 to add a definition for
Accessory Dwelling; by amending
Section 27.02.040 to add a definition for Conditioned Area; by
amending Section 27.06.020 to
provide that in the R-1 through R-4
zoning districts, a detached accessory building may be used for an
accessory dwelling in conformance
with the requirements of Section
27.62.040; by amending Section

27.06.070 to add a single-family
dwelling and a detached accessory
dwelling on the same premises as a
conditional permitted use in the R-1
through R-4 zoning districts; by
amending Section 27.62.040 to
provide that a building or premises
may be used for a single-family
dwelling and a detached accessary
dwelling as a permitted conditional
use in the R-1 through R-4 zoning
district in compliance with the
conditions of approval for that use
type and to provide conditions; by
amending
Sections
27.67.030,
27.67.040, and Figure 27.67.040 to
include general conditions and
special condition parking requirements for accessory dwelling units;
by amending Section 27.72.120 to
provide that accessory buildings
housing a conditioned area shall
comply with the height and yard
requirements for the main building
provided that such accessory building shall not exceed the height of
the main building and that the
cumulative area of all accessory
buildings housing a conditioned
area (including accessory dwellings) shall not exceed the accessory building maximum area per
Section 27.72.120(d); and repealing
Sections
27.02.020,
27.02.040,
27.06.020, 27.06.070, 27.62.040,
27.67.030,
27.67.040,
Figure
27.67.040, and 27.72.120 as hitherto existing. (Related Items 17-189,
17R-285)
17) 17R-285 Text Amendment
17015 - Amending Title 3 Design
Standards for Zoning Regulations
by adding a new Chapter 3.115
Accessory Dwelling Design Standards to establish the general
requirements for Accessory Dwelling Units; amending Title 1 General
Provisions by amending Section 2.5
of Chapter 1.00 Request for
Waiver, Procedure to include Accessory Dwelling Design Standards
as provided for in Chapter 3.115 of
the City of Lincoln Design Standards; repealing Section 2.5 of
Chapter 1.00 as hitherto existing;
amending Title 3 Design Standards
for Zoning Regulations by amending Section 2 of Chapter 3.75
Neighborhood Design Standards to
establish that construction of detached accessory dwellings does
not require review under these
design standards, but shall follow
the design standards for accessory
dwellings in Chapter 3.115 of the
City of Lincoln Design Standards;
and repealing Section 2 of Chapter
3.75 as hitherto existing. (Related
Items 17-189, 17R-285) (Action
date: 12/18/17)
- END PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCES - 3RD READING &
RELATED RESOLUTIONS
18) 17-175 Approving a Lease
Agreement between the City of
Lincoln and ExteNet Systems, Inc.
for the purpose of installing small
cell wireless technology on City
owned street light poles.
19) 17-162 Adding a new
Section 9.08.120 to provide for
procedures for police officers in
issuing citations for a violation of
the city code and grounds for
determining if detention is necessary.
20) 17-163 Consent Amendments Ordinance amending Sections 24.05.240, 24.05.250, and
24.05.270 to move examination
responsibilities to the Examining
Board of Plumbers and repealing
Sections 24.05.240, 24.05.250, and
24.05.270 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
21) 17-164 Amending Section
9.24.140 to provide for more
specific terms and conditions for
Larceny;
amending
Section
9.24.160 to raise the maximum
level for theft of services covered
under the code; by adding a new
Section 9.24.165 titled Consolidation of Theft Offenses to provide for
the prosecution of conduct in
Sections 9.24.120 to 9.24.160 as a
single offense embracing the separately
enumerated
offenses;
amending Section 9.24.190 to
provide more clear and definite
terms and conditions for Loitering
and respassing; and repealing
Sections 9.24.140, 9.24.160, and
9.24.190 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
22) 17-165 Amending Section
10.06.080 to allow for enforcement
of penalties for refusal to sign traffic
citations and repealing Section
10.06.080 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
23) 17-166 Amending Sections
10.08.010, 10.08.020, 10.08.040,
and 10.08.050 to be consistent with
state law and allow for enforcement
of the law regarding motor vehicle
registration and license plates and
repealing
Sections
10.08.010,
10.08.020,
10.08.040,
and
10.08.050 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
24) 17-167 Amending Section
10.12.030 to add new traffic control
Red Arrow to the Traffic Control
Legend;
amending
Sections
10.14.200(b) and 10.14.220 to add
language on how drivers shall
proceed in traffic when there is a
steady circular red light or red
arrow; and repealing Sections
10.12.030,
10.14.200,
and
10.14.220 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
25) 17-168 Amending Section
10.14.190 to provide that left turns
shall be made, as nearly as
practicable, in the extreme left-hand
lane
and
repealing
Section

10.14.190 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
26) 17-169 Amending Section
10.14.420 to have a penalty
consistent with state law for the
same violation and repealing Section 10.14.420 of the Lincoln
Municipal Code as hitherto existing.
27) 17-170 Amending Section
10.16.030 to be consistent with
state law and repealing Section
10.16.030 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
28) 17-171 Amending Section
10.16.063
pursuant
to
recent
changes to Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-4,
108 and Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-4,
109 to allow a sentence of
probation without further license
revocation after conviction for this
offense and repealing Section
10.16.063 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
29) 17-172 Amending Section
10.16.065 to be consistent with
state law for the same offenses
pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-4,
108
and
repealing
Section
10.16.065 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
30) 17-173 Amending Section
10.30.080 to clarify where soliciting
activities are prohibited to protect
pedestrian and motor vehicle safety
and repealing Section 10.30.080 of
the Lincoln Municipal Code as
hitherto existing.
31) 17-174 Amending Section
10.32.070 to clarify that any motor
vehicle that exceeds the prohibited
length or width with or without a
trailer attached cannot be parked in
certain Residential Zoning Districts
and repealing Section 10.32.070 of
the Lincoln Municipal Code as
hitherto existing.
32) 17-176 Consent Amendment Ordinance amending Section
2.42.040 to move the Workforce
Investment Opportunity Administration from the Urban Development
Department to the Mayor’s Office
and repealing Section 2.42.040 of
the Lincoln Municipal Code as
hitherto existing.
33) 17-177 Consent Amendments Ordinance amending Section
8.08.030 to declare the violation of
this code section to be a public
nuisance rather than a crime and
repealing Section 8.08.030 of the
Lincoln Municipal Code as hitherto
existing.
34) 17-178 Consent Amendments Ordinance amending Section
9.36.090 to allow for the transportation of legal fireworks without prior
notification of the Lincoln Police
Department and repealing Section
9.36.090 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
35) 17-179 Consent Amendments Ordinance amending Section
4.04.020 to clarify that the Charter
Revision Commission is required to
meet a minimum of once annually
rather than twice annually and
repealing Section 4.04.020 of the
Lincoln Municipal Code as hitherto
existing.
36) 17-181 Technical Amendments Ordinance amending Sections
20.06.040,
20.06.237,
20.10.230,
20.10.235,
and
24.05.220 to reflect the correct
references to the recently adopted
Lincoln Mechanical Code and Lincoln Plumbing Code, and repealing
Sections
20.06.040,
20.06.237,
20.10.230,
20.10.235,
and
24.05.220 of the Lincoln Municipal
Code as hitherto existing.
37) 17-182 Consent Amendments Ordinance repealing Section
10.32.025 as the volunteer position
of Citizen Handicapped Parking
Patrol Officer is no longer being
utilized by the Lincoln Police
Department.
38) 17-184 Consent Amendments Ordinance amending Section
2.32.110 to eliminate the provision
for the fee charged by the Police
Department for accident reports
and repealing Section 2.32.110 of
the Lincoln Municipal Code as
hitherto existing.
39) 17-185 Consent Amendments Ordinance amending Section
9.20.080 to replace the prohibition
against profane or abusive language with prohibition against repeated panhandling and repealing
Section 9.20.080 of the Lincoln
Municipal Code as hitherto existing.
RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING
40) 17R-291 Approving a Service Agreement between the City of
Lincoln and Axon Enterprises, Inc.
for the purpose of purchasing
TASER equipment for a five year
period. (Consent)
41) 17R-292 Approving a
Memorandum of Understanding between the Nebraska Department of
Health and Human Services and
the City of Lincoln on behalf of the
Lincoln-Lancaster County Health
Department for NDHHS to provide
Hepatitis C testing supplies. (Consent)
42) 17R-293 Appointing Andy
Hunzeker and Dr. Lucas Sabalka to
the Lincoln Electric System Administrative Board for terms expiring
December 31, 2020. (Consent)
43) 17R-294 Reappointing Sarah Peetz to the Lincoln Electric
System Administrative Board for a
term expiring December 31, 2020.
(Consent)
44) 17R-300 Reappointing Jonathan Rehm, Jane Merliss, and
Rachel Zeng to the Commission on
Human Rights for terms expiring
December 31, 2020. (Consent)
45) 17R-301 Appointing Doug
Gibbs and Jani Martinez to the

Charter Revision Commission for
terms expiring July 15, 2021.
(Consent)
46)
17R-302
Reappointing
Mike Donlan, Brett Ebert, and Steve
Guittar to the Charter Revision
Commission for terms expiring July
15, 2020. (Consent)
47)
17R-303
Reappointing
Jose J. Soto and Clancy Woolman
to the Charter Revision Commission for terms expiring July 15,
2021. (Consent)
48) 17R-295 Approving a Management Agreement between the
City of Lincoln on behalf of the
Parks and Recreation Department
and Scott Carlson for the management of the Holmes Golf Clubhouse
for a four year period.
49) 17R-296 Approving a resolution in support of Lincoln Environmental Action Plan (LEAP) as a
means to establish consensus in
moving forward with critical initiatives in the areas of energy, land
use, transportation, waste management, and water resources.
50) 17R-297 Approving the
transfer of funds to the Lincoln
Parks & Recreation Foundation for
the Prairie Corridor on Haines
Branch
Endowment.
(Related
Items: 17R-297, 17R-298, 17R-299)
51) 17R-298 Approving an
Interlocal Cooperation Agreement
between the City of Lincoln and the
Lower Platte South Natural Resources District for the Prairie Corridor
on Haines Branch project. (Related
Items: 17R-297, 17R-298, 17R-299)
52) 17R-299 Approving a Cooperation Agreement between the
City of Lincoln and the National
Audubon Society through its Spring
Creek Prairie Audubon Center
office for the Prairie Corridor on
Haines Branch project. (Related
Items: 17R-297, 17R-298, 17R-299)
ORDINANCES - 1ST READING &
RELATED RESOLUTIONS
53) 17-187 Accepting and
approving an Amendment of Lease
Agreement between Lincoln Parks
and Recreation Department and
Lincoln Parks and Recreation Foundation to lease approximately
272.25 square feet of space at
3140 N Street, Suite 301 for the
Foundation’s office. (12/4/17 - Introduction delayed to 12/11/17)
54) 17-190 Authorizing the
issuance of Tax Allocation Bonds
for the Huvepharma Redevelopment Project.
55) 17-191 Text Amendment
17017 - Amending Chapter 27.59 of
the Lincoln Municipal Code relating
to Airport Zoning by amending
Section 27.59.070 to update the
reference to the Division of Aeronautics of the State of Nebraska
Department
of
Transportation
based on a merger of the departments effective July 1, 2017;
adopting a revised Lincoln Airport
Zoning Map; and repealing Section
27.59.070 as hitherto existing.
PENDING LIST DATE CERTAIN - NONE
PENDING LIST
56) 17R-175 Comprehensive
Plan Amendment 17005 - Amending the 2040 Lincoln-Lancaster
County Comprehensive Plan to
change the Future Land Use Plan
designation from “Open Space” and
“Commercial” to “Industrial” and
“Agricultural Stream Corridor”, on
property generally located at North
70th Street and Arbor Road.
(Related Items: 17R-175, 17-87,
17R-182) (Action Date: 7/24/17) (7
/17/17 - Public Hearing cont’d w
Action on 7/24/17) (7/24/17 - Public
Hearing & Action cont’d to 8/7/17)
(8/7/17 - Placed on Pending, no
date certain)
57) 17-87 Change of Zone
17016 - Application of Lincoln
Sports Foundation, Inc. for a
change of zone from H-2 Highway
Business District to I-1 Industrial
District on property generally located at 7620 North 70th Street.
(Related Items: 17R-175, 17-87,
17R-182) (7/17/17 - Public Hearing
cont’d w/ Action on 7/24/17) (7/24
/17 - Public Hearing & Action cont’d
to 8/7/17) (8/7/17 - Placed on
Pending, no date certain)
58) 17R-182 Approving a Development and Conditional Zoning
Agreement by and between Lincoln
Sports Foundation, Inc. and the City
of Lincoln, Nebraska to construct an
industrial parkarehouse development under the proposed Change
of Zone of the property from H-2
Highway Business District to I-1
Industrial District. (Related Items:
17R-175, 17-87, 17R-182) (Action
Date: 7/24/17) (7/17/17 - Public
Hearing cont’d w/ Action on 7/24
/17) (7/24/17 - Public Hearing &
Action cont’d to 8/7/17) (8/7/17 Placed on Pending, no date certain)
59) 17-141 Annexation 17010 Amending the Lincoln Corporate
Limits Map by annexing approximately 211 acres of property
generally located at North 56th
Street and Fletcher Avenue. (10/23
/17 - Placed on Pending, no date
certain)
60) Application of GNS Corporation dba Discount City for an
addition of an area measuring
approximately 60' x 29' to their
licensed premise at 5560 S. 48th
Street. (11/6/17 - Placed on Pending, no date certain)
ANYONE WISHING TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL ON A
MATTER NOT ON THIS AGENDA,
AND NOT PLANNED TO APPEAR
ON A FUTURE AGENDA, MAY DO
SO AT THE OPEN MICROPHONE

SESSION. INDIVIDUALS ARE ALLOWED A TOTAL OF 5 MINUTES
TO SPEAK REGARDLESS OF
THE NUMBER OF TOPICS. FOR
THE MONTH OF DECEMBER,
OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS
WILL BE HELD ON DECEMBER
4TH & 18TH.
ADJOURNMENT
UPCOMING HEARINGS
Hearing date of Monday, December 18, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. on
the Application of Friends Family
LLC dba Hiro 88-Local-5168 Brewery for Class LK and Class CG
Liquor Licenses at 5730 Hidcote
Drive.
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Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of
1964 and Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973 guidelines. Ensuring the public’s access
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Rights, at (402) 441- 7624 as soon
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request.
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LINCOLN ELECTRIC SYSTEM
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Electronic bids will be received by
the Procurement Department of the
Lincoln Electric System via the
Lincoln Electric System Online
Procurement System up to the hour
of 2:00 p.m. Central Time, Thursday, December 21, 2017 for the
purchase of 15kV Pad-mounted
Switchgear (Bid #188-17) .At that
time, the bids will be unsealed and
read aloud at the Procurement
Department Conference and Bid
Opening Room at the Lincoln
Electric System Service Center
located at 2620 Fairfield Street.
Plans and specifications may be
obtained from the LES web site at
www.les.com. The Lincoln Electric
System reserves the right to accept
any bid, to reject any or all bids or
to waive any defects in any bid.
Please read the Instructions to
Bidders included in the bid package.
Todd Dlouhy, Manager
Procurement and Stores
Phone: (402)467-7546
Fax: (402)467-7601
E-Mail: Procurementdept@720825
1t Dec 10
NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING
NOTICE is hereby given that the
BOARD
OF
EDUCATIONAL
LANDS AND FUNDS of the State of
Nebraska will hold a BOARD
MEETING commencing at 8:15
a.m. on Friday, December 15,
2017, in the business office of said
Board, 555 North Cotner, Lincoln,
Nebraska. This meeting may be
adjourned from day to day, time to
time and location to location as the
Board may determine and direct.
The general purpose of this
meeting is to present to the Board
the subjects and matters which
require Board consideration and
action. The Agenda of the subjects
and matters to come before the
Board at this meeting, kept continually current, is readily available for
public inspection at the business
office of the Board of Educational
Lands and Funds, 555 North
Cotner, Lincoln, Nebraska, during
normal business hours.
This meeting is open to the public
and all interested persons may
attend.
Dated this 4th day of December,
2017.
BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL
LANDS AND FUNDS
#720833 1t Dec 10
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NOTICE OF MEETING
CASS COUNTY
RURAL WATER DISTRICT NO. 2
IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the Regular meeting of the
Chairperson and Board of Directors
of Cass County Rural Water District
No. 2, in the State of Nebraska, will
be held 7:30 o'clock P.M. on
December 14, 2017, at the District
Headquarters - 108 S. 4th Street,
Elmwood, Nebraska, which meeting
will be open to the public. An
agenda for such meeting, kept
continuously current, is available for
public inspection at the office of the
Secretary.
Tina M. Douglas,
Office Manager
#717532 1t Dec 10

INVITATION TO BID
Project: BURKE PLAZA COMMUNITY ROOM UPDATE
Project
Description:
Remodel
community spaces at Burke Plaza,
6721 “L” Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Contact: Noel Ditmars, Development Coordinator, Lincoln Housing
Authority, 402-326-2916 or noel
@l-housing.com
Bid Documents: Bidders may
secure copies of the proposed
Contract Documents from the Lincoln Housing Authority office (5700
“R”, Lincoln, NE) between 7:30AM
& 5:30PM Monday through Thursday and 8:00AM & 5:00PM on
Fridays (except on LHA holidays)
upon payment of a $25.00 refundable deposit per set, or may view
documents through Lincoln Builders
Bureau.
Bid Date: 2:00 P.M., Thursday,
January 4, 2018
#718383 2t Dec 3, 10

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
Four Year Professional Services
REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS
Invitation No.: 2907-18-8110
Description: The University of
Nebraska is seeking architectural
and engineering firms to provide
professional services on individual
projects during the four-year period
May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2022,
for each of the following project
categories: General Purpose Projects; Mechanical and Electrical
Engineering Projects; Research
Specialty Projects; and Civil Engineering Projects.
Request for Qualifications available: Firms interested in submitting a
statement of qualification for consideration may obtain a Request for
Qualifications on December 11,
2017 from procurement.unl.edu bid.
Questions: All questions pertaining to this selection must be
submitted to: eBid@unl.edu by 2:00
p.m. Central Standard Time, January 8, 2018.
Statement of Qualifications due:
As specified in the Request for
Qualifications, Statement of Qualifications must be submitted in
electronic format through the UNL
eBid system and must be submitted
by 2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time
on January 17, 2018.
Selection of firms will be in
accordance with the University of
Nebraska Professional Services
Four-Year Contracts Selection Procedures. The following documents
are posted on the University’s web
page, http://nebraska.edu/administration/business-and-finance/facilities/procedures.html, for reference:
UNFP 6.3.2.2 - Four Year Professional Services Selection Procedures
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TO: DALLAS DOUGLAS, R.N.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a PETITION FOR DISCIPLINARY
ACTION: ("Petition") has been filed
with the Nebraska Department of
Health
and
Human
Services("DHHS"), Division of Public
Health by the State of Nebraska, ex
rel. Douglas J. Peterson, Attorney
General, naming Dallas Douglas,
R.N. as the Defendant. The Petition
alleges Defendant violated provisions of the UNIFORM CREDENTIALING ACT' THEREFORE, the
State of Nebraska prays that the
appropriate disciplinary actions be
taken.
A hearing in this matter has been
set for the 29th day of January,
2018 at 1:00 p.m. Central Time.
Report to the DHHS Division of
Public Health hearing room located
in the Gold's Building, 1033 O
Street, Suite 113, Lincoln, Nebraska.
#719726 3t Dec 3, 10, 17

JEFFREY P. GALYEN
KROTTER LAW GROUP PC, LLO
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
100 N. 13th Street, Suite 300
NORFOLK, NE 68701
NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
True North Investments, LLC, a
Nebraska Limited Liability Company, is organized under the laws of
the State of Nebraska. The designated office is 5432 High Street,
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506. The
registered agent is Amanda M.
Neuvirth. The street address of the
registered agent is 5432 High
Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506.
The general nature of its business
is to engage in and to do any lawful
act concerning any and all lawful
business, other than banking or
insurance, for which a limited
liability company may be organized
under the laws of Nebraska; and for
all other purposes authorized by
law, to the same extent as natural
persons might or could do. The
limited liability company was formed
on October 20, 2017, and has
perpetual existence. Its affairs shall
be conducted by the Members
pursuant to the Operating Agreement duly adopted by the Company.
#719727 3t Dec 3, 10, 17

NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION
Notice is hereby given that Pet
Central Station, LLC, a Nebraska
Limited Company, has been organized under the laws of the state of
Nebraska, with it’s initial designated
office at 3201 Crown Pointe Road,
Lincoln, NE 68506.
#718115 3t Nov 26, Dec 3, 10

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