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Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: FINAL
Meeting date/time: 2/9/2017 10:45 AM Minutes status: DRAFT  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber, 3rd Floor
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16-0635 11 Report and RecommendationDeterminations Of Closed Session   Not available Video Video
16-0636 12 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of January 26, 2017   Not available Not available
16-0637 13 Report and RecommendationDetermination Of Schedule Of Outstanding Committee Items   Not available Not available
16-0638 14 Report and RecommendationScheduling Of Agenda Items And Revisions To Previously Distributed 10-Day Agendas (SUPPLEMENTAL)   Not available Video Video
16-0706 14.1Salary Ordinance AmendmentOrdinanceSubject: Salary Ordinance Amendment From: Human Resources Management Department Recommendation: Adopt an Ordinance Amending the Salary Schedule of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add the Full-Time Classification of Head Start ERSEA (Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment and Attendance) and Data Program Coordinator; To Add the Part-Time Classification of Fireboat Attendant, PT; To Add the Full-Time and Permanent Part-Time Classifications of US&R (Urban Search and Rescue) Warehouse And Logistics Specialist; To Add the FullTime Classification of Van Driver; To Amend the Title of Head Start Nutrition Coordinator to Head Start Health and Nutrition Coordinator; To Adjust the Representation Unit of the Classification of Energy Engineer Ill; and Delete the Full-Time Classifications of Zoo Keeper and Zoo Keeper Ill   Not available Not available
16-0714 14.2Extension Of Primary Depository Services Agreement Through June 30, 2018City ResolutionSubject: Extension Of Primary Depository Services Agreement Through June 30, 2018 From: Oakland Treasury Bureau Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Negotiate And Execute An Extension Through June 30, 2018 Of The Current Agreement With J.P. Morgan Chase, N.A. To Provide Primary Depository Services For The City At An Estimated Annual Cost Of $275,000   Not available Not available
16-0707 14.3New Citywide Mobile Food Vending ProgramOrdinanceSubject: New Citywide Mobile Food Vending Program From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance: Amending The Oakland Municipal Code ("OMC") To Adopt A New Citywide Food Vending Program, Delete Chapters 5.49 Push Cart Food Vending Pilot Program, 5.51 Food Vending Group Site Pilot Program, And 8.09 Vehicular Food Vending, Adopt New Chapter 5.51 Food Vending Program And Various Conforming Changes To The OMC And City Planning Code, And Adopting CEQA Findings   Not available Not available
16-0708 14.4Macarthur BART Revision To PUD And Amendment To Development AgreementCity ResolutionSubject: MacArthur BART Revision To PUD And Amendment To Development Agreement From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing and Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution, As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, (A) Revising The Macarthur Bart Planned Unit Development; (B) Adopting A Final Development Permit, Vesting Tentative Parcel Map 10561, And Design Review; And (C) Relying On The 2008 Macarthur Station Project Environmental Impact Report And Addenda, And Other Documents, Finding That No Additional Environmental Review Is Needed Pursuant To California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Sections 15162-15164, 15168, 15180, 15183, And 15183.3 And Adopting Related CEQA Findings, For Parcel B, Located At 532-39Th Street, Oakland, Ca (Assessor Parcel Numbers 012 102501100 And 012 102501200); And   Not available Not available
16-0709 1 Macarthur BART Revision To PUD And Amendment To Development AgreementOrdinance2. An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, (A) Amending The Development Agreement By And Between City Of Oakland And Macarthur Transit Community Partners, LLC Regarding The Property And Project Known As "Macarthur Transit Village" To Allow For Increased Height On Parcel B, And (B) Relying On The 2008 Macarthur Station Project Environmental Impact Report And Addenda, Finding That No Additional Environmental Review Is Needed Pursuant To California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Sections 15162-15164, 15168 And 15180, 15183, And 15183.3and Adopting Related CEQA Findings, For Parcel B, Located At 532-391th Street, Oakland, Ca (Assessor Parcel Numbers 012 102501100 And 012 102501200)   Not available Not available
16-0710 14.5Revisions To Public Art Requirements For Private DevelopmentsOrdinanceSubject: Revisions To Public Art Requirements For Private Developments From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance Repealing Ordinance No. 13275 C.M.S., Amending The Oakland Municipal Code To Adopt Chapter 15.78, Public Art Requirements For Private Development, And Adopting CEQA Exemption Findings   Not available Not available
16-0711 14.6Library Services And Programs For ChildrenInformational ReportSubject: Library Services And Programs For Children From: Oakland Public Library Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report, “Library Services And Programs For Children” From The Children’s Services Division Of The Oakland Public Library   Not available Not available
16-0712 14.7Pop-Up Mobile Library And Services To YouthInformational ReportSubject: Pop-Up Mobile Library And Services To Youth From: Oakland Public Library Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report, “Pop-Up Mobile Library And Services To Youth” From The Special Projects And Teen Services Division of The Oakland Public Library   Not available Not available
16-0713 14.8Realignment Funds GrantCity ResolutionSubject: Realignment Funds Grant From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To: (1) Accept And Appropriate Ninety Thousand Six Hundred And Sixty-Three Dollars ($90,663) In Fiscal Year 2016-2017 California Board Of State And Community Corrections (BSCC) Grant Funds, Disbursed From The City Of Fremont As Fiscal Agent For The Alameda County Chiefs Of Police And Sheriffs Association (ACCPSA), To Mitigate The Impacts Of California Assembly Bill 109; (2) Contribute Thirteen Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-Six Dollars ($13,926) For The Central Services Overhead Cost; And (3) Allocate The Grant Funds To Oakland Police Department (OPD) Projects In Accordance With The BSCC Grant Restrictions   Not available Not available
16-0717 11 City ResolutionSubject: Honoring African American Leaders for Black History and Heritage Month From: Councilmember Gibson McElhaney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Celebration Of Black History Month Honoring The Following Courageous African American Individuals And Organizations, Who Through Their Innovative, Groundbreaking Work, Have Promoted Positive Change And Uplift For The City Of Oakland In The Fields Of Social Justice, Advocacy, Arts And Culture, Business And Faith: Stanley “Mistah F.A.B.” Cox, Angela Glover Blackwell, Clem Daniels, Tonya Holland, Terence Butler, Dr. Eleanor Mason Ramsey, Katano Kasaine, LaTonda Simmons, Roots Community Health Center, And Regina Jackson   Not available Not available
16-0618 11 City ResolutionSubject: Lead Hazard Prevention And Control To Eliminate Lead Hazards And Prevent Lead Poisoning From: Vice Mayor Annie Campbell Washington Recommendation: Adopt An City Of Oakland Lead Hazard Prevention And Control Ordinance To Eliminate Lead Hazards And Prevent Lead Poisoning Through Lead-Safe Housing, Ensuring Lead-Safe Work Practices, And Mandate Lead Testing In Children Between The Ages Of 9 And 12 Months And 24 To 36 Months Of Age By Requiring: (1) Renovators To Use Lead- Safe Work Practices When Disturbing Lead Paint With Specific Lead Concentrations; (2) Visual Verification By Inspectors Depending On The Lead Concentrations And The Quantities Of Paint Being Disturbed, Lead Dust Clearances May Also Be Required; (3) Property Owners To Correct Lead Hazards In Pre-1979 Buildings After A Notice Of Lead Hazard; (4) Home Improvement/Water Pressure Equipment Rental Stores To Make Available Lead Education Material To Customers; (5) Childcare Facilities And Elementary Schools To Obtain Proof Of Blood Lead Testing At Enrollment In Pre-School And Kindergarten   Not available Not available
16-0639 15 Report and RecommendationA Review Of The Draft Agendas For The City Council Meeting February 21, 2017 And The Rules And Legislation Committee Of February 23, 2017   Not available Not available