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Meeting Name: *Community & Economic Development Committee Agenda status: FINAL
Meeting date/time: 2/13/2024 1:30 PM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber, 3rd Floor
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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24-0066 11 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of January 23, 2024AcceptedPass Action details Not available
24-0067 12 Report and RecommendationDetermination Of Schedule Of Outstanding Committee ItemsAcceptedPass Action details Not available
23-0963 13 Informational ReportSubject: 2022/23 Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Receive The City Of Oakland’s Consolidated Annual Performance And Evaluation Report (CAPER) For Fiscal Year (FY) 2022/23 Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships, Housing Opportunities For Persons With HIV/AIDS, Emergency Solutions Grant, HOME American Rescue Plan And 2022/23 Activities Administered Under Coronavirus Aid Relief & Economic Security Act Funds Allocated Under The Community Development Block Grant, Housing Opportunities For Persons With HIV/AIDS And Emergency Solutions Grant ProgramsReceived and ForwardedPass Action details Not available
24-0040 14 City ResolutionSubject: Funding For New Construction Affordable Housing Pipeline And Modifying Resolutions For State Funding From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution (1) Allocating Measure U Housing Bond Funds In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $22,000,000 To Fund New Construction Of Multifamily Rental Affordable Housing Projects, (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Make Development Loans Under The New Construction Of Multifamily Rental Affordable Housing Program Without Returning To Council, Contingent On Funding Availability, And (3) Modifying Allocations Of Prior California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund Awards To Comply With State Program RequirementsApproved as Amended the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available
24-0041 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Modifying City Council Resolution No. 88213, As Amended By City Council Resolution No. 89128 C.M.S., To Name The Position Of City Administrator Or Their Designee Or Successor As Authorized Executors Of California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund (LHTF) Program For The City’s 2020 LHTF Award;Approved the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available
24-0042 1  City Resolution3) A Resolution Modifying City Council Resolution No. 88765 C.M.S., As Amended And Restated By City Council Resolution No. 89128 C.M.S., To Name The Position Of City Administrator Or Their Designee Or Successor As Authorized Executors Of California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund (LHTF) Program For The City’s 2021 LHTF Award; AndApproved the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available
24-0043 1  City Resolution4) A Resolution Amending And Restating Resolution No. 89975 C.M.S, Which Authorized Acceptance Of Funds Awarded Under Round Three Of The California Department Of Housing And Community Development’s Homekey Program And Approved Affordable Housing Development Funding From Homekey And City Matching Funds For Imperial Inn (490 West Macarthur Boulevard), Dignity Village (9418 Edes/606 Clara Street), Kingdom Builders Transitional Housing (624 14th Street), The Maya (4715 Telegraph Avenue), And CSH Enterprise Housing (8471 Enterprise Way), To Allocate Homekey And City Funding To Each Of These ProjectsApproved the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available
24-0051 15 OrdinanceSubject: Authorization Of Liberation Park Mixed-Use Development LDDA And DDA From: Economic & Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And Liberation Park Market Hall, Or Its Affiliates, For The Sale Of A Portion Of The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard (Parcel 1) And Development Of A Mixed-Use Market Hall And Cultural Center, For The Appraised $994,996 Fair Market Value, With A Term Of Two And One-Half Years With Two One-Year Administrative Extension Options; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act FindingsApproved the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available
24-0052 1  Ordinance2) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute (A) A Lease Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City And Liberation Park Residences, L.P., Or Its Affiliates, For Development Of 119 Units Of Affordable Housing On A Portion Of The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard (“Parcel 2”), With A Term Of Two And One-Half Years With Two One-Year Administrative Extension Options, (B) A 99-Year Ground Lease, And (C) A 55-Year Capitalized Loan In The Amount Equal To $1,505,004; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings; AndApproved the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available
24-0053 1  Ordinance3) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Extension To An Existing License Agreement By And Between The City Of Oakland And Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation, To Operate A Community Service Outdoor Market On The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard For A Term Ending On The Earlier Of October 18, 2027, Or The Commencement Of Construction On The Property, For A License Fee Of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) Per Month; Making Findings That The Below Market Rate License Fee Is In The Best Interests Of The City; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act FindingsApproved the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available