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Meeting Name: * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 11/1/2022 1:30 PM Minutes status: DRAFT  
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22-0841 12.1 City ResolutionSubject: Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic   Not available Not available
22-0842 12.2 City ResolutionSubject: Declaration Of Medical Cannabis Health Emergency From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In The City Of Oakland   Not available Not available
22-0843 12.3 City ResolutionSubject: Declaration Of A Local Emergency On Homelessness From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of The City’s Homelessness Crisis   Not available Not available
22-0844 12.4 City ResolutionSubject: Teleconference Meetings Of The City Council From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Determination That Conducting In-Person Meetings Of The City Council And Its Committees Would Present Imminent Risks To Attendees’ Health, And Electing To Continue Conducting Meetings Using Teleconferencing In Accordance With California Government Code Section 54953(E), A Provision Of AB-361   Not available Not available
22-0853 12.5 City ResolutionSubject: Beach Street And Mandela Parkway Unhoused Interventions From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To (1) Expand Access To The Existing Beach Street Homeless Intervention Site (Caltrans Lease Area 04-ALA-580-38 & 39) For All Vehicle Types, Including But Not Limited To, Trucks And Vans And Identify The Necessary Funds To Service The Site; And (2) Negotiate A Lease Agreement With The California Department Of Transportation (Caltrans) To Establish A New Homeless Intervention Site On Caltrans Right Of Way Parcels Located North Of 34th Street On Mandela Parkway And Identify The Necessary Funds And Service Providers To Service The Site   Not available Not available
22-0820 12.6 City ResolutionSubject: Rockridge BID Annual Report And Intention To Levy FY 2023-2024 Assessment From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Approving The Annual Report Of The Rockridge Business Improvement District Advisory Board; 2) Declaring The Intention To Levy And Collect An Annual Assessment For Fiscal Year 2023-2024 For The Rockridge Business Improvement District; And 3) Scheduling A Public Hearing For December 6, 2022   Not available Not available
22-0821 12.7 City ResolutionSubject: Montclair BID Annual Report And Intention To Levy FY 2023-2024 Assessment From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Approving The Annual Report Of The Montclair Business Improvement District Advisory Board; (2) Declaring The Intention To Levy And Collect An Annual Assessment For Fiscal Year 2023-2024 For The Montclair Business Improvement District; And (3) Scheduling A Public Hearing For December 6, 2022   Not available Not available
22-0823 22.8 City ResolutionSubject: Updates To The Oakland Police Department (OPD) Criminalistics Laboratory (Crime Lab) DNA Instrumentation And Analysis Software Use Policy And Impact Reports From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: Approving Updates To 1) The Oakland Police Department (OPD) Criminalistics Laboratory (Crime Lab) DNA Instrumentation And Analysis Software Biometric Technology Use Policy; And (2) The OPD Crime Lab’s Surveillance Impact Report For Its Use Of DNA Instrumentation, Analysis And Software; And (3) Accepts 2021 Biometric DNA Analysis Technology Annual Report   Not available Not available
22-0824 22.9 City ResolutionSubject: Accept And Appropriate OPD DNA Backlog Grant Funds From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Designee, To Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed Four Hundred Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-Six Dollars ($400,586) From The U.S. Department Of Justice (DOJ), Office Of Justice Programs (OJP), Bureau Of Justice Assistance (BJA) For Implementation Of The Fiscal Year 2022 DNA Capacity Enhancement For Backlog Reduction (CEBR) Grant Program For The Oakland Police Department (OPD); 2) Waive The Advertising And Competitive Bidding Requirements For The Purchase Of DNA Typing Supplies And Instruments From (1) Qiagen For Fifty-Five Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($55,600), (2) Promega For One Hundred Sixty-Five Thousand Three Hundred Ninety Dollars ($165,390), (3) Thermo Fisher/Life Technologies For Forty-Three Thousand Two Hundred Forty-Eight Dollars ($43,248), (4) NicheVision For Twenty-Nine Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($29,500), And (5) Beckman Coulter For One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,00   Not available Not available
22-0825 22.10 City ResolutionSubject: Accept And Appropriate OPD Coverdell Grant Funds From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed Sixty-Four Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-Six Dollars ($64,736) From The California Governor’s Office Of Emergency Services (CALOES), For The 2021 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Program, During The Grant Period Of April 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023, To Support The Oakland Police Department (OPD) Crime Laboratory Operations   Not available Not available
22-0831 12.11 City ResolutionSubject: OFCY FY2022-2023 Grant Awards Corrections From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 89245 C.M.S. Which Awarded 2022-2023 Oakland Fund For Children And Youth (OFCY) Grants: (1) To Correct The Grant Award Amount For Music Is Extraordinary, Inc. From $125,000 To $75,000; And (2) To Correct The Name Of Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program (BORP)” To “Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program, Inc.”; And (3) To Correct The Name Of “Team Inc.” To “Tech Exposure & Access Through Mentoring Inc.”   Not available Not available
22-0832 12.12 City ResolutionSubject: Department Of Violence Prevention Services Funding Recommendations From: Department Of Violence Prevention Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution 89273 Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute Grant Agreements With Non-Profits And Public Agencies To Provide Violence Prevention And Intervention Services In Accordance With The 2014 Oakland Public Safety And Services Violence Prevention Act For The Period July 1, 2022 To June 30, 2023 In A Total Amount Not To Exceed Nineteen Million Three Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($19,350,000), With A One-Year And Six-Month Option To Renew Through December 31, 2024, Pending Council Approval And Available Funds   Not available Not available
22-0835 12.13 City ResolutionSubject: Agreement Between Oakland Fire Department And Tablet Command From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Tablet Command To Provide The Oakland Fire Department With A Mobile Incident Command And Response Information Technology System, For The Period Of November 1, 2022 Through October 31, 2025, At A Cost Of Sixty Thousand Dollars ($60,000), With An Option To Extend The Agreement For Two Years At A Cost Of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) Per Year, For A Total Authorized Contract Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred And Twenty Thousand Dollars ($120,000); And (2) Waiving The Multi-Step Solicitation Process, And Local And Small Business Enterprise (L/SBE) Program Requirements For The Proposed Contract With Tablet Command   Not available Not available
22-0709 22.14 OrdinanceSubject: City Of Oakland 2022 Zero Emission Vehicle Action Plan From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance: (A) Amending Ordinance No. 13654 C.M.S (Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2022-23 Master Fee Schedule), As Amended, To Establish Fees For Charging Electric Vehicles, (B) Amending Municipal Code Section 10.48.010(B) To Add Fines For Parking A Vehicle In An Electric Charging Designated Space While Not Connected For Electric Charging Purposes; And (C) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings   Not available Not available
22-0798 22.15 OrdinanceSubject: City Center T5/T6 Site B - Second DDA Amendment From: Economic And Work Force Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance: A) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute: (1) A Second Amendment To The Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And Strada T5, LLC, Which Will, Among Other Things, (A) Convert The Agreement To A Lease Disposition And Development Agreement, For Development Of A University Campus On The City Center T-5/T-6 Property Located On The Block Bounded By Broadway, 11th Street, 12th Street And Clay Street; (B) Extend The Term Up To 15 Months With Nonrefundable Monthly Extension Fees Of $6,000; And (C) Provide Two Optional Administrative Six-Month Extensions Each For A Nonrefundable Extension Fee Of $40,000; And (2) A 99-Year Ground Lease Of The Property Between The City And Samuel Merritt University, Or Its Affiliate, And Related Documents For (A) Base Rent Of $1 Per Year Prepaid On The Commencement Date, (B) Monthly Construction Rent Of 50 Percent Of Minimum Rent Commencing On The Rent Comme   Not available Not available
22-0710 32.16 City ResolutionSubject: 66th Ave. RV Safe Parking Program Professional Services Agreement From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Professional Services Agreement To Urban Alchemy In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Two Hundred Nine Thousand Three Hundred Seventy Five Dollars ($1,209,375) For The Operation Of A 75 Space Recreational Vehicle (RV) Safe Parking Site At The City-Owned Property At 796 66th Avenue For An Eight Month Term To Commence Upon The Completion Of Construction At The Site And Making Appropriate Findings Under The California Environmental Quality Act   Not available Not available
22-0740 22.17 City ResolutionSubject: International Boulevard Improvements Project Construction Contract Award From: Transportation Department Recommendation Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract To Gruendl Inc. DBA Ray's Electric, For The International Boulevard Pedestrian Lighting And Sidewalk Improvement Project, Project No. 1000844, The Lowest, Responsible And Responsive Bidder In Accordance With Project Plans, Specifications, State Requirements, And With Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Six Million, Five Hundred Eighty-Seven Thousand, Eight Hundred And Seventy-Six Dollars ($6,587,876.00); And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)Findings   Not available Not available
22-0741 32.18 City ResolutionSubject: Foothill Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Waiving Further Advertising And Competitive Bidding, (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Award A Construction Contract To The Lowest Bidder Beliveau Engineering Contractors For The Foothill Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project, Project No. 1005163, In An Amount Not To Exceed Six Hundred Forty-Three Thousand And One Hundred Ten Dollars ($710,135.00) In Accord With Project Plans And Specifications, Contractor's Bid, City Contracting Programs And State Requirements And (3) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings   Not available Not available
22-0768 22.19 OrdinanceSubject: Oakland Asian Cultural Center Lease And Ten-Year Grant Agreement From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (A) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A 10-Year Lease Between The City And API Cultural Center, Inc. Of The Condominium Located At 388 9th Street, Suite 290, With One 5-Year Administrative Option To Extend And Rent Of One Dollar ($1) Per Year For Operation And Management Of The Oakland Asian Cultural Center, And (B) Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings   Not available Not available
22-0769 2  City Resolution2) A Resolution Awarding A Ten (10) Year Grant To API Cultural Center, Inc. To Support The Operation And Programs Of The Oakland Asian Cultural Center In Annual Amounts Of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000), Subject To Funding Availability   Not available Not available
22-0854 12.20 City ResolutionSubject: Homekey Site Preparation Documentation From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appropriating And Allocating An Amount Not To Exceed $45,000 From The Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Redevelopment Dissolution Funds, For Fiscal Year 2022-2023 To Assist Co-Applicants In Obtaining Site Preparation Documentation, Including But Not Limited To, Site Surveys And Appraisals, For City-Owned Land Located At 9418 Edes Avenue And 606 Clara Street Which May Be Used For Possible Future Projects Under The State Of California Homekey Program   Not available Not available
22-0855 12.21 City ResolutionSubject: Tekeste Ghebreslasie V. City Of Oakland From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of Tekeste Ghebreslasie V. City Of Oakland, Rachelle Louise Stephens And Does 1-20, Inclusive, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG18929921, City Attorney’s File No. 32645, In The Amount Of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($500,000.00) (Human Services Agency - Car Accident/Personal Injury)   Not available Not available
22-0856 12.22 City ResolutionSubject: Joan McCloskey V. City Of Oakland From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of Joan McCloskey V. City Of Oakland, And Does 1-25, Inclusive, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. HG20068494, City Attorney’s File No. 31049, In The Amount Of Three Hundred And Ten Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($310,000.00) (Department Of Public Works - Inverse Condemnation)   Not available Not available
22-0857 12.23 City ResolutionSubject: PG&E Corporation And Pacific Gas And Electric Company From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of In Re: PG&E Corporation And Pacific Gas And Electric Company, United States Bankruptcy Court, Northern District Of California, San Francisco Division, Bankruptcy Case No. 19-30088, City Attorney File No. FIN-190069 For The Amount Of One Hundred Twenty-Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-Three Dollars And Eighty-Nine Cents ($129,873.89) Payable To The City Of Oakland (Department Of Finance - Claim In Bankruptcy Court)   Not available Not available
22-0858 12.24 City ResolutionSubject: Mady Willie V. City Of Oakland From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of Mady Willie V. City Of Oakland And Does 1-25, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. 21CV001591, City Attorney File No. 34719, In The Amount Of Eighty-Five Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($85,000.00) (Department Of Transportation - Dangerous Condition Of Public Property)   Not available Not available
22-0873 2S2.25 City ResolutionSubject: Emergency Rental Assistance From: Vice Mayor Kaplan And Council President Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Calling On The United States Department Of The Treasury, Governor Newsom, And The California Department Of Housing And Community Development To Fully Cover All Pending Qualified Emergency Rental Assistance Applications   Not available Not available
22-0772 2S2.26 City ResolutionSubject: 2021 As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation; 1) A Resolution Rejecting All Bids, Waiving Further Advertising And Competitive Bidding, And Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Designee, To Negotiate In The Open Market For 2021 As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project 1006103); And Authorizing The City Administrator To Award Construction Contracts To (1) Gallagher & Burk, (2) McGuire & Hester And (3) O.C. Jones & Sons, Provided That All Meet The Contractor’s Bid Schedule Of The Lowest Responsible Bid Of Gallagher & Burk, For 2021 As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project Number 1006103) In Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Lowest Responsive, Responsible Bidder In An Amount Not To Exceed Fifteen Million, Twenty-Three Thousand, Two Hundred And Fifty Dollars ($15,023,250.00), Contingent Upon Availability Of Funds, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings; And   Not available Not available
22-0773 2  City Resolution2) A Resolution Rejecting All Bids, Waiving Further Advertising And Competitive Bidding, And Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Designee, To Negotiate In The Open Market For 2021 As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project 1006104); And Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For 2021 As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project 1006104) To Gallagher & Burk, The Lowest Responsive, Responsible Bidder In Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And Contractor’s Bid In An Amount Not To Exceed Fifteen Million, Twenty-Three Thousand, Two Hundred And Fifty Dollars ($15,023,250.00), Contingent Upon Availability Of Funds, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings; And   Not available Not available
22-0774 2  City Resolution3) A Resolution Rejecting All Bids, Waiving Further Advertising And Competitive Bidding, And Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Designee, To Negotiate In The Open Market For 2021 As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project 1006105); And Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For 2021 As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project 1006105) To Gallagher & Burk, The Lowest Responsive, Responsible Bidder In Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And Contractor’s Bid In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Million, Seven Hundred Fifty-Seven Thousand, Nine Hundred Seventy-Seven Dollars, And Fifty Cents ($5,757,977.50), Contingent Upon Availability Of Funds, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings   Not available Not available
22-0739 2S2.27 City ResolutionSubject: Fiscal Year 2022-23 Cultural Funding Grants - Round One From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Grants To Forty-Nine (49) Oakland-Based Nonprofit Organizations Providing Arts And Cultural Services In Oakland For Fiscal Year 2022-23 (Round One), In A Total Amount Not To Exceed One Million One Hundred Eighty-Five Thousand Three Hundred Fifty Dollars ($1,185,350   Not available Not available
22-0531 1S2.28 Informational ReportSubject: Status Of Required Audits From: Office Of The City Auditors Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Auditor On The Status Of Required Audits   Not available Not available
22-0795 2S2.29 City ResolutionSubject: Fox Theater Funding Agreement And Design Contract From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The Following: (1) Execution Of A Professional Services Agreement With Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. (WJE) In A Not-To-Exceed Amount Of One Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) To Deliver Additional Design, Bidding And Construction Support Services, In Two Phases, For Roof And Heating, Ventilation And Air Conditioning (HVAC) Repairs At The Fox Theater And Waiver Of The Competitive Process Pursuant To Oakland Municipal Code Section 2.04.051.B; And (2) Execution Of A Funding Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And The Fox Oakland Theater, Inc. To Accept And Appropriate One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) To Fund Roof And HVAC Repairs At The Fox Theater   Not available Not available
22-0793 3S2.30 OrdinanceSubject: Amendments To Rent Adjustment Program Ordinance From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Rent Registry Ordinance (Ordinance No. 13695 C.M.S.) To Modify The Initial Submission Deadline For Rent Registry Registration Forms From March 1, 2023 To July 1, 2023   Not available Not available
22-0794 3S2.31 City ResolutionSubject: Amendments To Rent Adjustment Program Regulations From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting Amendments To The Rent Adjustment Program Regulations Approved By The Housing Residential Rent And Relocation Board To Clarify Substantial Compliance With The Rent Registry Ordinance (Ordinance No. 13695 C.M.S.)   Not available Not available
22-0816 2S2.32 OrdinanceSubject: Arroyo Viejo Food Hub From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Lease Agreement With The Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Activities League (DSAL), A California Nonprofit Corporation, For A Term Of Three Years With Three 2-Year Options In Exchange For Tenant Improvements Estimated At Approximately Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ($700,000) For The Leasing Of Approximately 1,600 Square Feet Of Space At The Arroyo Viejo Recreation Center Located At 7701 Krause Avenue, Oakland, For Food Distribution And Rentable Commercial Kitchen (Food Hub) To Be Operated In Partnership With The Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation (BCZ); And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings   Not available Not available
22-0859 14 Report and RecommendationORAL REPORT OF FINAL DECISIONS MADE DURING CLOSED SESSION & DISCLOSURE OF NON-CONFIDENTIAL CLOSED SESSION DISCUSSIONS   Not available Not available
22-0845 15 Report and RecommendationAPPROVAL OF THE DRAFT MINUTES FROM THE MEETING OF OCTOBER 4, AND OCTOBER 18, 2022   Not available Not available
22-0750 26 Report and RecommendationSubject: Performance Audit Of The City Of Oakland’s Homelessness Services Recommendations And Implementation Plan From: Council President Bas And Pro Tem Thao Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendations On The Performance Audit Of The City Of Oakland’s Homelessness Services: Better Strategy And Data Are Needed For More Effective And Accountable Service Delivery And Positive Outcomes For Oakland’s Homeless Residents From The City Auditor’s Office; And Receive A Written Review And Assessment From The City Administrator Of The Audit Findings With A Plan, Timeline And Budget For Implementing Improvements To Be Led By The Homelessness Administration   Not available Not available
22-0802 17 City ResolutionSubject: City Of Oakland Declaring Its Intention To Establish The Oakland Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District From: President Pro Tempore Thao And Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Expressing The City’s Interest In Establishing One Or More Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts To Fund Affordable Housing That Affirms The City’s Commitment To Furthering Fair Housing And Infrastructure Improvements; And (2) Directing The City Administrator To Return To Council With A Report And Recommendation Outlining The Timeline And Process For A Proposal To Establish An Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District Exclusively For East Oakland; And (3) Directing The City Administrator To Return To Council With A Report And Recommendation Outlining The Timeline And Process For A Proposal To Establish An Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District Exclusively For West Oakland; And (4) Directing The City Administrator To Return To Council With A Report And Recommendation Outlining The Timeline And Process For A Proposal To Establish An Enhanced Infrastructure Finan   Not available Not available
22-0803 28 Report and RecommendationSubject: Declaration Of A Local State Of Emergency In Oakland From: Councilmember Gallo And President Pro Tempore Thao Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Declaring A Local State Of Emergency In The City Of Oakland Due To Gun Violence; (2) Calling On The State To Assist In Establishing An Action-Oriented 90-Day Statewide Taskforce To Assist In The Development And Implementation Of Local, Comprehensive Violence Reduction Strategies Focused On Gun Violence Reduction And (3) Calling On The State To Provide Resources To Address Increasing Gun Violence In Oakland   Not available Not available
22-0849 110 OrdinanceSubject: Cultural Conservation Easement To Sogorea Te’ Land Trust In Joaquin Miller Park From: Economic Workforce Development Department, Office Of The Mayor, & Pro Tem Thao Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Granting A Cultural Conservation Easement Over An Approximately 5-Acre Portion Of Joaquin Miller Park Known As Sequoia Point To The Sogorea Te’ Land Trust (Grantee), At No Cost, To Preserve And Enhance The Cultural, Historic, Educational, Natural Resource, Scenic, And Open Space Values Of The Easement Property In Perpetuity; And (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Enter Into A Memorandum Of Agreement For The Implementation Of The City Of Oakland’s Reserved Rights And The Grantee’s Rights And Obligations Under The Conservation Easement, And To Amend Said Memorandum Of Agreement Without Returning To Council; And (3) Amending The Oakland Municipal Code To Add Section 12.64.420 To Authorize The Use Of Parks By Recipients Of Conservation Easements Without Obtaining Park Permits; And (4) Making California Environmental Quality Act Findings [TITLE CHANGE]   Not available Not available
22-0871 1S11 City ResolutionSubject: OPD Cops Grant 2022 From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1) Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Eight Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($1,875,000) From The U.S. Department Of Justice, Office Of Community Oriented Policing Services (USDOJ/COPS) To Fund The Entry-Level Salary And Fringe Benefits Costs Of Fifteen (15) Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Police Officers And Appropriate The Funds To The Oakland Police Department (OPD); (2) Authorize An Appropriation Of Thirteen Million Thirty Three Thousand Four Hundred And Nineteen Dollars ($13,033,419) To Cover The Local Match Requirement; And (3) Authorize The General Purpose Fund To Subsidize The Central Services Overhead Costs Of Nine Hundred Ninety-Two Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($992,700) For A Total City Of Oakland Contribution Of Fourteen Million Twenty Six Thousand One Hundred And Nineteen Dollars ($14,026,119) And A Total Program Cost Not To Exceed Fifteen Million Nine Hundred And One Thousand One Hundred An   Not available Not available
22-0776 29 OrdinanceSubject: Approve OPD's Policies In Accordance With California Government Code § 7070 Et Seq. (AKA“AB 481”) And OMC Chapter 9.6 From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Approving Controlled Equipment Use Policies For The Oakland Police Department To Acquire And Use The Following Types Of “Militarized” Equipment In Conformance With Government Code Section 7070 And Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 9.65: (1) Departmental Rifles; (2) Chemical Agents; (3) Unmanned Aerial Systems; (4) Noise-Flash Diversion Devices (Flash Bangs); (5) Riot Helmets; (6) Specialty Impact Munitions; (7) Armored Vehicles; (8) Chemical Agents; And (9) Remote Controlled Ground Systems (Robots) And Pole Cameras   Not available Not available
22-0819 2S12 OrdinanceSubject: Assembly Bill 43 Implementation Plan And Ordinance Related To Business Activity District Speed Limit Lowering From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 10.20 (Speed Limits) And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings To Establish 20 Mile Per Hour (MPH) And 25 MPH Speed Limits In Business Activity Districts As Defined In Assembly Bill 43   Not available Not available
22-0817 2S13 OrdinanceSubject: Piedmont Library Lease Agreement From: Oakland Public Library Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance: (A) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute: (1) A 50-Year Joint Occupancy And Lease Agreement With Oakland Unified School District For Property Located At 86 Echo Avenue, With Two 5-Year Administrative Options To Extend And Rent Of $4,000 Per Month Increasing 10 Percent Every 5 Years During The Term For Constructing And Operating A Public Library, Subject To Appropriation Of Funds Necessary For Construction; And (2) A Joint Use Cooperative Agreement With The District For The New Library; And (3) An Extension Of The Existing Joint-Use Lease Agreement With The District For The Existing Piedmont Avenue Branch Library Located At 80 Echo Avenue Until Completion Of The New Library; And (B) Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings   Not available Not available
22-0784 1S14 City ResolutionSubject: Contracts For Tenant And Owner Representation At RAP Proceedings From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing: (1) A Contract With Centro Legal De La Raza For Provision Of Legal Representation Services To Low- And Moderate-Income Tenants At Rent Adjustment Program Petition Proceedings And Housing, Residential Rent And Relocation Board Appeal Proceedings In The Amount Of $239,271 From November 1, 2022, Through June 30, 2023, And (2) A Contract With East Bay Rental Housing Association For The Provision Of Legal Representation Services To Small Property Owners At Rent Adjustment Program Petition Proceedings And Housing, Residential Rent And Relocation Board Appeal Proceedings In The Amount Of $100,000 From November 1, 2022, Through June 30, 2023   Not available Not available
22-0709 4  OrdinanceSubject: City Of Oakland 2022 Zero Emission Vehicle Action Plan From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance: (A) Amending Ordinance No. 13654 C.M.S (Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2022-23 Master Fee Schedule), As Amended, To Establish Fees For Charging Electric Vehicles, (B) Amending Municipal Code Section 10.48.010(B) To Add Fines For Parking A Vehicle In An Electric Charging Designated Space While Not Connected For Electric Charging Purposes; And (C) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings   Not available Not available
22-0798 2  OrdinanceSubject: City Center T5/T6 Site B - Second DDA Amendment From: Economic And Work Force Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance: A) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute: (1) A Second Amendment To The Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And Strada T5, LLC, Which Will, Among Other Things, (A) Convert The Agreement To A Lease Disposition And Development Agreement, For Development Of A University Campus On The City Center T-5/T-6 Property Located On The Block Bounded By Broadway, 11th Street, 12th Street And Clay Street; (B) Extend The Term Up To 15 Months With Nonrefundable Monthly Extension Fees Of $6,000; And (C) Provide Two Optional Administrative Six-Month Extensions Each For A Nonrefundable Extension Fee Of $40,000; And (2) A 99-Year Ground Lease Of The Property Between The City And Samuel Merritt University, Or Its Affiliate, And Related Documents For (A) Base Rent Of $1 Per Year Prepaid On The Commencement Date, (B) Monthly Construction Rent Of 50 Percent Of Minimum Rent Commencing On The Rent Comme   Not available Not available