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File #: 21-0917    Version: Name:
Type: City Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 12/1/2021 In control: * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council
On agenda: 12/21/2021 Final action: 12/21/2021
Title: Subject: Assistance For Businesses Impacted By Armed Robberies From: Vice Mayor Kaplan, Councilmember Fife, Gallo, And Pro Tem Thao Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Direct The City Administrator To Assist Impacted Businesses Who Have Been Harmed By Armed Robberies By (1) Researching And Implementing City-Issued Loans To Impacted Businesses Can Be Deferred Or Waived, (2) Researching Options For Tax Rebates For Impacted Businesses And Returning To Council For Authorization As Needed, (3) Researching And Implementing, To The Extent Allowed Under The Program, The City’s Provision Of Funding Through The City’s Façade Improvement/Tenant Improvement Programs To Help Businesses Rebuild And Install Security Doors/Gates And Related Infrastructure, (4) Identify And Apply For State Of California Grant Funds That Can Be Granted To Oakland’s Cannabis And East Oakland Businesses To Cover The Costs Of Repairs, Losses And/Or Other Damages Suffered Due To Recent Crime Activity, And (5) Conduct An ...
Attachments: 1. View Report, 2. View Legislation, 3. View Revised Report 12/10/2021, 4. View Revised Legislation 12/10/2021, 5. View Supplemental City Administrator Report 12/10/21, 6. 88982 CMS

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Subject:                     Assistance For Businesses Impacted By Armed Robberies

From:                                          Vice Mayor Kaplan, Councilmember Fife, Gallo, And Pro Tem Thao

Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Direct The City Administrator To Assist Impacted Businesses Who Have Been Harmed By Armed Robberies By (1) Researching And Implementing City-Issued Loans To Impacted Businesses Can Be Deferred Or Waived, (2) Researching Options For Tax Rebates For Impacted Businesses And Returning To Council For Authorization As Needed, (3) Researching And Implementing, To The Extent Allowed Under The Program, The City’s Provision Of Funding Through The City’s Façade Improvement/Tenant Improvement Programs To Help Businesses Rebuild And Install Security Doors/Gates And Related Infrastructure, (4) Identify And Apply For State Of California Grant Funds That Can Be Granted To Oakland’s Cannabis And East Oakland Businesses To Cover The Costs Of Repairs, Losses And/Or Other Damages Suffered Due To Recent Crime Activity, And (5) Conduct An Intensive Outreach Campaign To Impacted Businesses To Inform Them Of The Availability Of Any Existing City Support To Remediate The Economic Harm Caused By Armed Robberies