Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 10/12/2023 10:30 AM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber, 3rd Floor
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23-0753 12 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of September 28, 2023AcceptedPass Action details Not available
23-0766 13.1 Informational ReportSubject: Informational Report On Practices At The Department Of Human Resources Management for Recruiting, Testing, And Hiring 9-1-1 Dispatchers During The Years 2022 And 2023 From: Councilmember Ramachandran Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Practices At The Department Of Human Resources Management For Recruiting, Testing, And Hiring 9-1-1 Dispatchers During The Years 2022 And 2023, Including But Not Limited To: 1) Staffing Levels And Vacancy Trends During That Time Period; 2) Data On The Number Of Applications Received And Processed, Examinations Conducted, And Candidates Deemed Qualified By Month; And 3) Processes And Timelines For Processing Applications And Forwarding Qualified Candidates To OPD For Consideration, Including An Explanation Of How Continuous Hiring Processes Actually Function And During What Months Continuous Hiring Took PlaceScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0777 13.2 City ResolutionSubject: Exclusive Negotiation Agreement With Oakland & The World Enterprises, McCormack Baron Salazar, And Strada Investment Group II For 1911 Telegraph Avenue From: Economic Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Enter Into An Exclusive Negotiation Agreement (ENA) With Oakland & The World Enterprises, Inc., McCormack Baron Salazar, Inc., And Strada Investment Group II, L.L.C., Or Their Affiliates, For The Potential Lease Disposition And Development Of A Mixed-Use Development At 1911 Telegraph Avenue, For A Term Of Twenty-Four Months, With Two Six-Month Administrative Extensions With A Nonrefundable Ena Payment Of $50,000 And Nonrefundable Extension Payments Of $12,500 Each, And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings; On The October 24, 2023 Community And Economic Development Committee AgendaContinued  Action details Not available
23-0780 13.3 Informational ReportSubject: Report On The Legal Implications Of The City Council Resolution 89317 C.M.S. From: Gene Hazzard Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Legal Implication Of City Council’s Resolution 89317 C.M.S. Approved July 12, 2022; On The October 17, 2023 City Council Agenda On ConsentDenied  Action details Not available
23-0803 13.4 City ResolutionSubject: California Fair Plan Association V. City Of Oakland, And Does 1 Through 20, Inclusive From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of California Fair Plan Association V. City Of Oakland, And Does 1 Through 20 Inclusive, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. 22CV006836, City Attorney File No. 34910, In The Amount Of Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($35,000.00) Regarding Damage That Occurred When A Limb/Branch From An Official City Tree Fell Onto A Home (Department Of Public Works - Dangerous Condition)Scheduled  Action details Not available
23-0804 13.5 City ResolutionSubject: OPD License Plate Readers, State Funding For License Plate Readers, And FLOCK Contract From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Approving The Oakland Police Department’s Revised Automated License Plate Reader Use (ALPR) Policy; (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into An Agreement To Accept And Appropriate One Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,200,000) In State Loan Funding To Purchase ALPR Technology And Services; (3) Award A Three-Year Agreement To Flock Safety For Acquisition Of ALPR Technology And Related Services At A Cost Of One Million Seventy-Seven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,077,500) For The First Year, Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($900,000) Per Year For Years Two And Three, For A Total Amount Not To Exceed Two Million Eight Hundred Seventy-Seven Thousand And Five Hundred Dollars ($2,877,500); And (4) Waiving The Competitive Multiple-Step Solicitation Process Required For The Acquisition Of Information Technology Systems And Waiving The Local And Small Local Business Enterprise Program RequirementsScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0807 13.6 City ResolutionSubject: Montclair BID Annual Report And Intention To Levy Fiscal Year 2024-2025 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 2024-2025 For The Montclair Business Improvement District, Including A Five (5) Percent Increase In The Annual Assessments; And (3) Scheduling A Public Hearing For December 5, 2023Scheduled  Action details Not available
23-0808 13.7 City ResolutionSubject: Rockridge BID Annual Report And Intention To Levy Fiscal Year 2024-2025 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 2024-2025 For The Rockridge Business Improvement District; And (3) Scheduling A Public Hearing For December 5, 2023Scheduled  Action details Not available
23-0806 13.8 City ResolutionSubject: Lakeshore LGBTQ Cultural District From: Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan, President Pro Tempore Kalb, Mayor Sheng Thao, Council President Nikki Fortunato Bas and Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing The Oakland “Lakeshore LGBTQ Cultural District” To Uplift The Rich History Of And Cultivate A Supportive Environment For LGBTQ Individuals, Families, Allies, And Businesses In Lakeshore, And Nurture A Safe, Vibrant, And Welcoming CommunityScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0623 33.9 OrdinanceSubject: Ordinance Adding A Firearm Procurement Policy To The Oakland Municipal Code From: President Pro Tempore Kalb And Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Adding Chapter 2.10 To The Oakland Municipal Code (1) Requiring That Any Contract With Manufacturers Or Retail Dealers Of Firearms Or Ammunition Includes Provisions Certifying Their Compliance With Applicable Local, State, And Federal Laws As Described; And (2) Prohibiting Contracts With Manufacturers Or Retail Dealers Of Firearms Or Ammunition That Refuse To Submit Or Are Otherwise Unable To Certify Their Compliance, Unless Granted A Waiver By The City AdministratorScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0811 13.10 City ResolutionSubject: Celebrating Diwali, The Festival Of Lights From: Councilmember Ramachandran Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Recognize Diwali, The Festival Of Lights Celebrated By South Asian Communities Worldwide, And In The Spirit Of Diwali 2023 Honor Motherland Nepal For Their Powerful Work To Upflift Oakland’s Nepali Immigrant CommunityScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0801 13.11 City ResolutionSubject: Appeal Of PLN20124 Commercial Project At 1431 Franklin Street From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing, And Upon Conclusion, Adopt One Of The Following Three Options: 1) A Resolution Denying The Appeal By Geoffrey Pete And Uphold The Planning Commission’s Environmental Determination And Approval Of Two Major Conditional Use Permits And Regular Design Review For The Construction Of A 27-Story Commercial Office Building With An Above Grade Parking Garage At 1431 Franklin Street, Oakland, CA (Project Case No. PLN20124); Or Provided The City Council Can Make The Appropriate Findings, EitherContinued  Action details Not available
23-0802 13.12 City ResolutionSubject: Appeal Of PLN20125 Residential Project At 1431 Franklin Street From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing, And Upon Conclusion, Adopt One Of The Following Three Options: 1) A Resolution Denying The Appeal By Geoffrey Pete And Uphold The Planning Commission’s Environmental Determination And Approval Of Two Major Conditional Use Permits And Regular Design Review For The Construction Of A 40-Story Residential Tower With 381 Dwelling Units And An Above Grade Parking Garage At 1431 Franklin Street, Oakland, CA (Project Case No. PLN20125); Or Provided The City Council Can Make The Appropriate Findings, EitherContinued  Action details Not available
23-0809 13.13 Informational ReportSubject: Public Safety And Violence Prevention Investments And Current Efforts In Oakland Unified School District Schools From: Council Member Reid Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Public Safety And Violence Prevention And Intervention Investments And Current Efforts In Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Schools From The City Of Oakland And OUSD Including But Not Limited To The $2,400,000 Into The Department Of Violence Prevention For School Safety In Partnership With OUSD Adopted In The City Of Oakland’s Fiscal Year 2021-2023 Biennial Budget, The Role Of OUSD Culture Keepers In Schools And Other Public Safety InitiativesScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0810 13.15 Informational ReportSubject: Informational Report On Safe Routes To School And Traffic Calming Programs From: Council Member Reid Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Of Oakland And The Oakland Unified School District On Their Respective Traffic Safety Efforts Including But Not Limited To The City Of Oakland's Safe Routes To School Program, The Status Of And Plans For Measure U Funds Allocated For The Safe Routes To School Program, The Status Of The Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2023 And 2023-2025 Safe Routes To School Capital Projects And The Plans For The $1,000,000 For Neighborhood Traffic Calming, As Well As The $750,000 For Safe Routes To Schools Adopted In The FY 2023-2025 Biennial BudgetScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0805 13.16 City ResolutionSubject: Alcoholic Beverage Control Department OPD Grant From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate A Grant Award In The Amount Of Ninety-Eight Thousand One Hundred Thirty-Four Dollars ($98,134) From The California Department Of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Alcohol Policing Partnership Program, For Fiscal Year 2023-2024 For The Implementation Of The Oakland Police Department’s Alcohol Control Enforcement Program; And Authorizing The Use Of Fifteen Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-Five Dollars ($15,585) From The City’s General Purpose Fund To Cover The Associated Central Services Overhead CostsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0984 33.17 Informational ReportSubject: Report On 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Service Providers From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Administrator On All 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Service Providers The City Of Oakland Has Contracted With In Fiscal Years 2019, 2020, 2021, And 2022 For Homelessness And Public Safety Related Services, Including The Names Of The Organizations, The Contract Amount, The Nature Of The Work, How Many Contracts Each Organization Received During This Period, And Whether The Organization Provides Other Services To The City And What Those Services AreScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0734 13.18 City ResolutionSubject: SAMHSA Oakland ReCAST Program Agreements FFY 23-24 From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Awarding One Year Grant Agreements With Option To Renew For An Additional Year Using Substance Abuse And Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Funds To Four Non-Profit Agencies In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $431,000 Per Year To Provide Trauma Informed Behavioral Health Services To High-Risk Youth And Their Families, Subject To SAMHSA Funding And Grant Compliance; And (2) Waiving The Local And Small Local Business Enterprise Program (L/SLBE) And Request For Proposal/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Requirements And Awarding One Year Professional Services Agreements With Option To Renew For An Additional Year Using SAMHSA Funds To East Bay Agency For Children In An Amount Not To Exceed $65,000 Per Year For Trauma Informed Systems Trainings, To Crisis Support Services Of Alameda County In An Amount Not To Exceed $20,000 Per Year For Mental Health First Aid, And To The Bridging Group, LLC In An Amount Not To Exceed $60,000 Per Year For Independent EvaluaScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0616 23.19 Informational ReportSubject: Commission On Aging 2023 Informational Report From: Human Services Department And Senior - Aging Division Recommendation: Receive The Oakland Commission On Aging Annual Report For 2023Received and Filed  Action details Not available
23-0618 33.20 City ResolutionSubject: OFCY 2021-2022 Year End Evaluation Report From: Human Services Department And Oakland Fund For Children And Youth Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The Oakland Fund For Children And Youth Final Evaluation Report For Fiscal Year 2021-2022Scheduled  Action details Not available
23-0716 23.21 City ResolutionSubject: Final Map Tract No. 8393 And Subdivision Improvement Agreement From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) Adopt A Resolution Conditionally Approving A Final Map For Tract No. 8393, Located At 4430, 4440, And 4448 Howe Street, For A Seven Mini-Lot Subdivision For Oakmeda Management, LLC, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings; AndScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0717 2  City Resolution2) Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Subdivision Improvement Agreement With Oakmeda Management, LLC, For Deferred Construction Of Public Infrastructure Improvements As A Condition To Final Map Approval For Tract No. 8393 Located At 4430, 4440, And 4448 Howe Street, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act FindingsRescheduled  Action details Not available
23-0720 13.22 City ResolutionSubject: Major Encroachment Permit At 1526 Mountain Boulevard From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting A Conditional And Revocable Major Encroachment Permit ENMJ23052 To Evan Hart, To Allow Portions Of Earth Retaining Structures To Encroach Into The Public Right-Of-Way Along Mountain Boulevard, Adjacent To 1526 Mountain Boulevard, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0719 13.23 Report and RecommendationSubject: City Auditor Report And Recommendations On Business Improvement Districts From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendations On The City Auditor’s Investigative Report On Community Concerns Regarding The Chinatown Community Benefit Business Improvement District And Recommendations For Oakland’s Community Benefit Business Improvement DistrictsScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0697 13.24 City ResolutionSubject: Centro Legal De La Raza, Inc. Grant Agreement For Tenant Legal Services From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Grant Agreement To Centro Legal De La Raza, Inc. For An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) To Provide Tenant Legal Services And Eviction ProtectionScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0698 13.25 OrdinanceSubject: Ordinance Designating The Henry J. Kaiser Residence As A City Landmark From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Designating 664 Haddon Road, The Henry J. Kaiser Residence, A Landmark Pursuant To Section 17.136.070 Of The Oakland Planning CodeScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0714 13.26 City ResolutionSubject: 73rd Ave And Foothill Second Amendment To The ENA With Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Second Amendment To The Exclusive Negotiation Agreement With The Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation In Partnership With Community Art Stabilization Trust, Eden Housing, Inc. And/Or Their Affiliated Entities, For Development Of A Mixed-Use Project On City-Owned Property Located On The Northwest Corner Of 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard (Assessor Parcel Number 039-3291-020), To Extend The Term And Related Performance Deadlines By Six Months, With An Additional Six-Month Administrative ExtensionScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0737 13.27 City ResolutionSubject: PRO Housing Grant Application From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion, Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For The Federal “Pathways To Removing Obstacles To Housing” Grant, And, If Awarded, Accept And Appropriate Up To $10 Million In Grant Proceeds To Predevelopment And Process Streamlining For Affordable Housing, And Allocating $5 Million From The Resources Reserved For Rapid Response Homeless Housing Projects As Matching Funds For The GrantScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0781 13.28 City ResolutionSubject: Corridor Safety Ambassador Grants From: Economic Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award Grant Agreements For The 2023-2024 Corridor Safety Ambassador Program To Non-Profit Organizations Jack London Improvement District, Spanish Speaking Unity Council Of Alameda County, Inc. And Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation For The Fiscal Year 2023-2024 As Set Forth In Table 1 To This Resolution For A Total Amount Not To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) To Immediately Enhance Security Ambassador And Personnel And Safety Programs During The 2023 Holiday Shopping Season And Throughout The Program Year In High Priority Neighborhood Business Corridors Including The Downtown, Hegenberger, And Fruitvale, Commercial CorridorsScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0754 14 Report and RecommendationReview Of Draft Agendas, Pending Lists, City Council And Committee Meetings And Oral Report Out Of The Closed Session AgendaAccepted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
23-0782 1  OrdinanceSubject: Flex Streets Program Public Street Closures From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Section 8.62.100 Of The Oakland Municipal Code (O.M.C.) For The Purposes Of: (1) Reinstating The Portion Of The Flex Streets Program Facilitating Public Street Closures For Restaurant, Retail, Café, Parklet, And Other Businesses To Close And Use Public Right-Of-Ways To Encourage Public Safety, Business Development, And Healthy Outdoor Use And Enjoyment Of Public Spaces; And (2) Creating A New Sunset Date Of December 31, 2025 For Public Street Closures As Part Of The Flex Streets Program; And (3) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
23-0620 3  OrdinanceSubject: Modifying The Enabling Ordinances For The Police Commission, The Community Police Review Agency And The Office Of The Inspector General From: President Pro Tempore Kalb And Councilmember Jenkins Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance: (1) Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 2.45, The Enabling Ordinance For The Oakland Police Commission, To Be Consistent With Charter Amendments Under Ballot Measure S1 And To Modify The Powers And Duties Of The Oakland Police Commission And The Police Commission’s Selection Panel; (2) Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 2.46, The Enabling Ordinance For The Community Police Review Agency, To Be Consistent With Charter Amendments Under Ballot Measure S1 And To Modify The Powers And Duties Of The Community Police Review Agency; And (3) Adding Chapter 2.47 To The Oakland Municipal Code, An Enabling Ordinance For The Office Of The Inspector General, To Implement Charter Amendments Under Ballot Measure S1 And To Further Define The Powers And Duties Of The Office Of The Inspector GeneralRescheduled  Action details Not available