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Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 6/24/2010 10:45 AM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers - 3rd Floor
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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09-1613 14-1Agreements With The Maritime ExchangeCity ResolutionSubject: Agreements With The Maritime Exchange From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or His Designee To: 1. Enter Into A Port Security Grant Program ("PSGP") Grant Administration Agreement With The Maritime Exchange Of The San Francisco Bay Region For Fiscal Year 2008 PSGP Grant Funds In The Amount Up To Nine Hundred Forty Four Thousand Nine Hundred And Forty Two Dollars ($944,942); And 2. Accept, Appropriate And Administer The Fiscal Year 2008 PSGP Grant Allocation; And 3. Approve The Preliminary Spending Plan; And 4. Expend Funds In Accordance With The Preliminary Spending Plan Without Further Council Authorization, Including Purchases Approved In The Federally Authorized Equipment List, Provided City Competitive Solicitation And Purchasing Programs/Policies Are Followed;Scheduled  Action details Not available
09-1614 14-2User Fee OrdinanceOrdinanceSubject: User Fee Ordinance From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Adding Title 8, Health And Safety, Chapter 8.56, Emergency Response Services Fees Program, To The Oakland Municipal Code To Establish And Implement A Program To Charge User Fees For The Emergency Response Services Rendered By The City Of Oakland In Connection With Motor Vehicle Accidents Caused By Any And All Non-Resident Drivers Deemed To Be At-Fault And Any And All Criminally Negligent Drivers, Regardless Of Residence, And Amending The Master Fee Schedule To Include The New User FeesScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1616 14-32010 Mayor Recess Agenda Authorized ActionsCity ResolutionSubject: 2010 Mayor Recess Agenda Authorized Actions From: Office of the City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City/Agency Administrator To Make Grant Awards, Accept Grant Funds And Take Action On Procurement Of Certain Supplies, Construction Labor And Materials Exceeding $500,000.00 And Professional Services Contracts Exceeding $300,000.00 During The City Council Annual Recess Of 2010Scheduled  Action details Not available
09-1576 44-4Support Of Assembly Bill 1532City ResolutionSubject: Support Of Assembly Bill 1532 From: Councilmember Desley Brooks Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Amended Assembly Bill 1532 Authored By Assembly Member Lieu, Which Adds A Separate Section To The Existing California Penal Code's Definition Of A Code Enforcement Officer, By Establishing A Free-Standing Definition For Code Enforcement Officers That Can Be Used By Any Local Jurisdiction In Their Application For Code Enforcement FundingRescheduled  Action details Not available
09-1600 14-5Ballot Measure 2010 - Measure Y FundingCity ResolutionSubject: Ballot Measure 2010 - Measure Y Funding From: Vice Mayor Quan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Submitting, On The City Council's Own Motion, To The Electors At The November 2, 2010 Statewide General Election, A Proposed Ordinance Amending Measure Y, The "Violence Prevention And Public Safety Act Of 2004", Which Established A Special Parcel And Parking Tax Funding Police Services, Fire Services And Violence Prevention Programs To, Among Other Things, Clarify That The City May Collect The Tax Whether Or Not It Appropriates Non-Measure Y Funds To Maintain Staffing At Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Levels; Consolidating The Election With The Statewide General Election; And Directing The City Clerk To Fix The Date For Submission Of Arguments And Provide For Notice And Publication In Accordance With The November 2, 2010, Statewide General ElectionWithdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available
09-1610 14-6Soft Story Seismic Screening ProgramReport and RecommendationSubject: Soft Story Seismic Screening Program From: Councilmember Nadel and Vice Mayor Quan Recommendation: Report and Recommendation On The Implementation Of Municipal Code Chapter 15.26 Requiring A Phase 1 Seismic Screening Of Residential BuildingsScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1612 14-7 Review Of Existing Contracts In ArizonaInformational ReportSubject: Review Of Existing Contracts In Arizona From: Council President Brunner Recommendation: Receive A Status Report On The Review Of Existing Contracts With Companies Headquartered In Arizona And Opportunities To Discontinue Those ContractsScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1602 14-8 Hiring Freeze ExemptionsInformational ReportSubject: Hiring Freeze Exemptions From: Department Of Human Resource Management Recommendation: Receive A Quarterly Report On Appointments To Positions In The General Purpose Fund (GPF) Exempted From The Hiring Freeze And A Status Update On Positions Vacated Under The 2009 CalPERS Two Years Additional Service Credit Retirement Incentive Program ("Golden Handshake")Scheduled  Action details Not available
09-1603 14-9George P. Scotlan Memorial Convention Center - RepairsORA ResolutionSubject: George P. Scotlan Memorial Convention Center - Repairs From: Community And Economic Development Agency Recommendation: Adopt An Agency Resolution Authorizing Allocation Of Agency Funds In An Amount Of Up To $4,000,000 For Necessary Capital Improvements, Repairs And Rehabilitation To The George P. Scotlan Memorial Convention Center, And Authorizing The Agency Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Amendment To The Management Agreement With Integrated Services Corporation To Include Construction Management For The $4,000,000 In Capital Improvements, Including Up To $153,000 For Management FeesScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1605 14-10S-4 Design Review Combining ZoneOrdinanceSubject: S-4 Design Review Combining Zone From: Community And Economic Development Committee Agenda Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Emergency Ordinance, Pursuant To Charter Section 213, To Take Effect Immediately Upon Introduction And Adoption, Which Extends Interim Controls Established Under Ordinance No. 12885 C.M.S. And No. 12852 C.M.S. For An Additional Two Years Or Until The City Council Adopts Permanent Regulations, Applying The S-4 Design Review Combining Zone Which Requires New Or Rehabilitated Building Facilities To Follow Established Design Review Procedures, To: A) Those C-10, C-30, C-35 And C-40 Zoned Areas Which A Designated In The General Plan As Neighborhood)Center Commercial, Community Commercial, Ok Urban Residential; And B) Upper Broadway - From Hawthorne Avenue To Interstate 580, And From 38th Street To College Avenue, And To The Community Commercial General Plan Areas Northeast Of The Intersection Of Broadway And Pleasant Valley To View PlaceScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1605-1 1  City Resolution2) An Emergency Ordinance, Pursuant To Charter Section 213, Re-Establishing Interim Controls Originally Adopted Under Ordinance No. 12852 C.M.S. For An Additional Two Years Or Until The City Council Adopts Permanent Regulations, Applying The S-4 Design Review Combining Zone Which Requires New Or Rehabilitated Building Facilities To Follow Established Design Review Procedures, To Broadway - From Hawthorne Avenue And A Portion Of Brook Street To Interstate 580, And From 38th Street To College Avenue, And To The Community Commercial General Plan Areas Northeast Of The Intersection Of Broadway And Pleasant Valley To View Place, To Take Effect Immediately Upon Introduction And AdoptionScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1606 14-11Regulations On LaundromatsOrdinanceSubject: Regulations On Laundromats From: Community And Economic Development Agency Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Alternative Ordinances: 1) An Ordinance Adopting Various Planning Code Text Amendments To Regulate Laundromats. In Addition, To Improve Consistency Among Chapters, Chapters 17.58, 17.73, 17.86, And 17.98 Are Being Revised To Add "Other Zoning Provisions," These Amendments Also Contain Regulations Not Related To Laundromats.(TITLE CHANGE); ORScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1607 14-12Downtown Education Complex - ReconstructionCity ResolutionSubject: Downtown Education Complex - Reconstruction From: Community And Economic Development Agency Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting Findings And Setting A Hearing To Receive Supporting Evidence And Public Comments On A Conditional Vacation Of A Portion Of A Public Utility Easement And A Conditional Abandonment Of A Portion Of A Sanitary Sewer Main Adjoining East 11th Street And 3rd Avenue To Facilitate Reconstruction Of The Downtown Education Complex By The Oakland Unified School DistrictScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1607-1 1 Downtown Education Complex - Reconstruction - OrdinanceOrdinanceSubject: Downtown Education Complex - Reconstruction From: Community And Economic Development Agency Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Conditionally Abandoning A Portion Of A Public Utilities Easement And A Sanitary Sewer Main Adjoining East 11th Street and 3rd Avenue To Facilitate Reconstruction Of The Downtown Education Complex By the Oakland Unified School DistrictScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1609 44-13City Center ProjectCity ResolutionSubject: City Center Project From: Community And Economic Development Agency Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) An Agency Resolution Authorizing The Agency To Enter Into A Thirteenth Amendment To The Disposition And Development Agreement With Oakland T12 LLC, Regarding The City Center Project To (1) Extend The Date To Complete An Office Development On Block T-12 Of The City Center Project By 36 Months Changing It From April 12, 2012 To April 12, 2015, With Two Additional Extension Options Of 12 Months Each: And (2) Accept Payment Of $300,000 From Oakland T12 LLC To The Agency For The Initial Extension, And Payments Of $300,000 And $400,000, Respectively, For Each Additional 12-Month Option To Extend To Complete The Office DevelopmentScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1609-1 1 City Center Project - OrdinanceOrdinanceSubject: City Center Project From: Community And Economic Development Agency Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Of Oakland To Enter Into A Thirteenth Amendment To The Disposition And Development Agreement With Oakland T12 LLC, Regarding The City Center Project To Extend The Date To Complete An Office Development On Block T-12 Of The City Center Project By 36 Months Changing It From April 12, 2012 To April 12, 2015, With Two Additional Extension Options Of 12 Months EachScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1611 14-14Conditional Use Permit - 1331 Harrison StreetCity ResolutionSubject: Conditional Use Permit - 1331 Harrison Street From: Community And Economic Development Agency Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Alternative Resolutions: 1) A Resolution Approving A Conditional Use Permit And Variance For A Temporary Surface Parking Lot At 1331 Harrison Street; OrScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1611-1 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Denying A Conditional Use Permit And Variance For A Temporary Surface Parking Lot At 133l Harrison Street.Scheduled  Action details Not available
09-1615 14-15Recovery Zone Bond IssuanceCity ResolutionSubject: Recovery Zone Bond Issuance From: Finance And Management Agency Recommendation: Adopt A Revised Resolution Approving The Application Of The City's Recovery Zone Economic Development Bond Issuance Authority Initial Allocation $5,045,000 And Any Additional Allocations To The MacArthur Transit Village Within The Redevelopment Agency Of The City Of Oakland Broadway/Macarthur/San Pablo Redevelopment Project Area And The Obligations To Be Issued With Respect Thereto [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
09-1615-1 1  City Resolution2) A Revised Resolution Determining To Apply The City's Recovery Zone Facility Bond Issuance Authority Initial Allocation Of $7,581,000, And Any Additional Allocations To The Financing Of Various Facilities To Be Aquired, Constructed And Installed By Ports America Oakland And Declaring Intent To Issue Revenue BondsScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1615-2 1  City Resolution3) Resolution Approving The Application Of The City's Qualified Energy Conservation Bond Issuance Authority Initial Allocation Of $4,165,214.52 And Any Additional Allocations To The City Of Oakland Downtown Energy Efficiency Streetlight ProjectScheduled  Action details Not available
09-1433 47City's Federal Legislative Lobbyist - Polsinelli ShugartCity ResolutionSubject: City's Federal Legislative Lobbyist - Polsinelli Shugart From: Office of the City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving The Request For Proposal/Qualifications Process And Authorizing An Extension Of The 2009 Agreement With Polsinelli Shugart To Serve As The City's Federal Legislative Lobbyist For The Period Of January 1, 2010 Through June 30, 2010, At A Cost Of Sixty Three Thousand Dollars ($63,000) For The Six Month Extension.Approved the Recommendation of Staff, and Forward  Action details Not available
09-1500 18The Limited Public Financing Act Of The City Of OaklandOrdinanceSubject: The Limited Public Financing Act - Amendments From: Public Ethics Commission Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Chapter 3.13 Of The Oakland Municipal Code (AKA "The Limited Public Financing Act Of The City Of Oakland") To 1) Limit Eligibility To Candidates For District City Council; 2) Provide That Public Financing Be Limited To The Reimbursement Of Specified Campaign Expenditures; 3) Limit Candidates From Making Contributions Or Loans From Personal Funds To Ten Percent Of The Voluntary Expenditure Ceiling; 4) Require Candidates To Raise In Local Contributions And Make In Expenditures Amounts Equal To Five Percent Of The Voluntary Expenditure Ceiling; 5) Permit Candidates To Appeal To The Public Ethics Commission Any Request For Reimbursement; And 6) Require Candidates To Repay The Election Campaign Fund From Any Surplus Campaign Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed The Percentage That Public Financing Represents Of Total Contributions Received [TITLE CHANGE]   Action details Not available
TTD 1NOTE: City ResolutionAmericans With Disabilities Act If you need special assistance to participate in Oakland City Council and Committee meetings please contact the Office of the City Clerk. When possible, please notify the City Clerk 48 hours prior to the meeting so we can make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility. Also, in compliance with Oakland's policy for people with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivities, please refrain from wearing strongly scented products to meetings. Office of the City Clerk - Agenda Management Unit Phone: (510) 238-6406 Fax: (510) 238-6699 Recorded Agenda: (510) 238-2386 Telecommunications Display Device: (510) 238-3254    Action details Not available