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Meeting Name: Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency / City Council / Geologic Hazard Abatement District Board Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 2/21/2017 5:30 PM Minutes status: DRAFT  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber, 3rd Floor
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16-0628 14.1Resolution Honoring Gregory Chan Upon His Retirement From EBMUDCity ResolutionSubject: Honorarium For Gregory Chan Of EBMUD From: President Pro Tempore Guillén, Council President Reid, Councilmember Kalb And Mayor Schaaf Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Gregory L. Chan For Exemplary Service To The Oakland Community   Not available Video Video
16-0689 14.3Resolution Honoring The Bishop O’Dowd Football Team (2016 Champions)City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Honoring The Bishop O’Dowd Football Team (2016 Champions) From: Council President Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring And Recognizing Bishop O'Dowd Boys Football Team For Winning The 2016 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) -State Division 5-AA Championship   Not available Not available
16-0685 14.2Honoring The McClymonds High School WarriorsCity ResolutionSubject: Honoring The McClymonds High School Warriors From: Councilmember Gibson McElhaney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring The McClymonds High School Warriors For Winning The California Interscholastic Federation Division 5A Championship   Not available Not available
16-0717 14.4 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 Video Video
16-0695 15 Report and RecommendationAPPROVAL OF THE DRAFT MINUTES FROM THE MEETING OF FEBRUARY 7, 2017   Not available Not available
16-0699 17.1Declaration Of Local Emergency Due TO AIDS EpidemicCity ResolutionSubject: Declaration Of 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
16-0700 17.2Medical Cannabis Health EmergencyCity ResolutionSubject: 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
16-0370 27.3Plug In Electrical Vehicle Readiness Code UpdateOrdinanceSubject: Plug In Electrical Vehicle Readiness Code Update From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendatio: Adopt An Ordinance Adopting Local Amendments To Sections 4.106.4 And 5.106.5.3 Of The 2016 Edition Of The California Green Building Standards Code And Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 15.04 To Include New Requirements For Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure To Comply With Changes To State Law And Adopting CEQA Exemption Findings   Not available Not available
16-0661 17.4Contract Agreement For Anne Kirkpatrick As Oakland Police ChiefOrdinanceSubject: Contract Agreement For Anne Kirkpatrick As Oakland Police Chief From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Increase The Salary For Chief Of Police And The City Administrator   Not available Not available
16-0715 17.5Appointment To The Youth Advisory CommissionCity ResolutionSubject: Appointment To The Youth Advisory Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointment Of Dajah White And Daisy Garcia As Members Of The Youth Advisory Commission   Not available Not available
16-0716 17.6Reappointment And Appointment To The Library Advisory CommissionCity ResolutionSubject: Reappointment And Appointment To The Library Advisory Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Noelle Duong And Dr. A. Aurea Lewis And Appointment Of Nidhi Khosla As Members Of The Library Advisory Commission   Not available Not available
16-0651 1S7.7City Administrator Contract Authority Report, FY 2015-16Informational ReportSubject: City Administrator Contract Authority Report, FY 2015-16 From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On All Purchases And Contracts Authorized By The City Administrator Or Designee, Within The City Administrator's Contract Authority During Fiscal Year 2015-16, In Accordance WithThe Oakland Municipal Code Section 2.04.020.D.   Not available Not available
16-0656 1S7.8 City ResolutionSubject: Cost-Sharing Agreement with EBMUD From: Oakland Public Works Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To: (1) Negotiate And Execute An Agreement With East Bay Municipal Utility District For Costsharing Of Joint-Benefit Paving Projects Throughout Oakland, And (2) Accept And Appropriate Funds From East Bay Municipal Utility District On A Case-By-Case Basis Per The Executed Agreement Without Returning To Council   Not available Not available
16-0642 1S7.9Major Encroachment Permits At 201 BroadwayCity ResolutionSubject: Major Encroachment Permits At 201 Broadway From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting A Conditional And Revocable Major Encroachment Permit To 201 BW, LLC To Allow Proposed Bay Windows And Balconies At 201 Broadway To Encroach Into The Public Right-Of-Way Along Broadway And 2nd Street, Major Encroachment Permit ENMJ16067.   Not available Not available
16-0653 1S7.10Major Encroachment Permits at 3765-3767 Fruitvale AvenueCity ResolutionSubject: Major Encroachment Permits at 3765-3767 Fruitvale Avenue From: Department of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting A Conditional And Revocable Major Encroachment Permit To Ivy Bay, LLC To Allow Portions Of The Existing Garage Building, Retaining Walls, And Concrete Stairs At 3765-3767 Fruitvale Avenue To Encroach Into The Public Right-Of-Way Along Fruitvale Avenue, Major Encroachment Permit ENMJ16071.   Not available Not available
16-0643 1S7.11Assignment Of 1100 Broadway Project AgreementsCity ResolutionSubject: Assignment Of 1100 Broadway Project Agreements From: Economic And Workforce Development Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Assignment Of (1) An Owner Participation Agreement For The Development Of 1100 Broadway, And (2) A Purchase And Sale Agreement For The Purchase Of The City's Condominium Interest In The University Of California Office Of The President Garage At 1111 Franklin Street, From SKS Broadway, LLC, To 1100 Broadway Owner, LLC, A Joint Venture Between Ellis Partners And Intercontinental Real Estate Company, Or An Affiliated Entity   Not available Not available
16-0644 1S7.12BRT Business Assistance Fund Resolution AmendmentCity ResolutionSubject: BRT Business Assistance Fund Resolution Amendment From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 85286 C.M.S. To Allow Businesses Along The Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Route To Apply For Business Assistance Fund Grants Prior To Experiencing Adverse Permanent Impacts From BRT Infrastructure Changes   Not available Not available
16-0647 1S7.13Continuum Of Care (COC) Program 2017-2018City ResolutionSubject: Continuum Of Care (COC) Program 2017-2018 From: Human Services Department/Community Housing Services Division Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Funds From The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) In The Amount Of $5,203,425 Each Year For Fiscal Years (FY) 2017- 2018 And 2018-2019 To Fund HUD Continuum Of Care Supportive Housing Programs; 2) Enter Into Grant Agreements For The Provision Of Transitional And Permanent Housing And Support Services Under HUD'S Continuum Of Care Program; 3) Accept And Appropriate Additional Funds That Become Available From HUD For FY 2017-2018 And 2018-2019 And Amend The Grant Agreements To Adjust The Grant Amounts Without Returning To Council; And 4) Authorize A Contribution From The General Purpose Fund For The Central Services Overhead Charges In An Estimated Amount Of $38,275 For FY 2017-2018 And $36,692 For 2018-2019   Not available Not available
16-0649 1S7.14Peralta College Foundation-Laney Tiny Homes Prototype PurchaseCity ResolutionSubject: Peralta College Foundation-Laney Tiny Homes Prototype Purchase From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Grant Agreement With Peralta Colleges Foundation In An Amount Not To Exceed $80,000 For The Design And Production Of Two Tiny Home Prototypes   Not available Not available
16-0650 1S7.15North County Homeless Youth Rapid Rehousing Program 2016-2017City ResolutionSubject: North County Homeless Youth Rapid Rehousing Program 2016-2017 From: Human Services Department/Community Housing Services Division Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1. Accept And Appropriate Funds From The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) In An Amount Not To Exceed $1,075,206 For The Period Of December 23, 2016 To December 22, 2017, To Implement The North County Homeless Youth Rapid Re-Housing Program (NCHYRRH); 2. Enter Into Grant Agreements With Covenant House Of California In An Amount Of Up To $531,546, East Oakland Community Project (EOCP) In An Amount Up To $240,034, And First Place For Youth In An Amount Up To $266,126 To Provide Housing Placement Assistance, Rental Subsidies And Supportive Services For The NCHYRRH Program; 3. Authorize A Contribution From The General Purpose Fund For The Central Services Overhead Charges In An Estimated Amount Of $6,803 For The Period Of December 23,2016 To December 22,2017; And 4. Accept And Appropriate Any Additional NCHYRRH Funding From HUD Within The Grant Term And   Not available Not available
16-0654 1S7.16 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution In Support Of AB 71 - Bring California Home Act From: Councilmember Kalb And President Pro Tem Guillén Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 71 (CHIU) That Would Eliminate State Mortgage Interest Deduction On Vacation Homes And Increase The Low Income Housing Tax Credit By $300 Million Per Year To Fund Affordable Housing   Not available Not available
16-0662 1S7.17Resolution In Support Of SB 2 - Building Homes And Jobs ActCity ResolutionSubject: Resolution In Support Of SB 2 - Building Homes And Jobs Act From: Councilmembers Dan Kalb And Lynette Gibson McElhaney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 2 (ATKINS) That Would Establish A Permanent Funding Source For Affordable Housing Through A Small Fee On Real Estate Transaction Documents, Excluding Most Property Sale Transactions   Not available Not available
16-0688 1S7.18Reappointment To The Citizen's Police Review BoardCity ResolutionSubject: Reappointment To The Citizen's Police Review Board From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Brian Bingham, Charlette Green And Jose A. Dorado To The Citizen's Police Review Board   Not available Not available
16-0691 1S7.19 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Calling On CalPERS To Divest From DAPL From: Councilmembers Kaplan, Gallo, Kalb, President Pro Tempore Guillén, And Councilmember Gibson McElhaney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Calling On The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) To Divest From The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL)   Not available Not available
16-0718 19.1Annexation Of The Kenilworth ProperlyCity ResolutionSubject: Annexation Of The Kenilworth Properly From: Council Of The GHAD Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Approving The Annexation Of The Kenilworth Property Into The Existing Oakland Area Geologic Hazard Abatement District (GHAD) And Approving The Kenilworth Property Plan Of Control.   Not available Not available
16-0600 111Confirm City Council President Reid’s Appointments To Members And Chairpersons Of Council Committees For 2017-2019 Confirm City Council President Reid’s Appointments To Members And Chairpersons Of Council Committees For 2017-2019 Confirm City Council PrCity ResolutionSubject: Council President Appointments To Council Committees For 2017-2019 From: Council President Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Pursuant To The Council's Rules Of Procedure (Resolution No. 82580 C.M.S.) To Confirm The City Council President's Appointments Of The Members And Chairpersons Of The Public Works, Finance And Management, Community And Economic Development, Life Enrichment, Public Safety, Rules And Legislation, And Education Partnership Committees Of The City Council   Not available Video Video
16-0519 112Informational Report On Unpermitted Residences In Commercial SpacesInformational ReportSubject: Informational Report On Unpermitted Residences In Commercial Spaces From: Councilmember Gibson McElhaney, Council President Reid, and Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Administrator Examining The Issue Of Residents Living In Unpermitted Commercial Or Industrial Spaces Which Includes Information On Health And Safety Risks, A Review Of Potential Policy Responses, And An Analysis Of Options To Create A Pathway To Legal Occupancy That Reduces The Risk Of Displacing Current Residents.   Not available Video Video
16-0522 113 City ResolutionSubject: Displacement Prevention And Safe Habitation From: Councilmember Dan Kalb Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Pertaining To The Follow Up Actions From The Ghost Ship Fire, Including Options For Budgetary And Policy Actions On The Following: 1) Examination Of Best Practices From Other Jurisdictions That Prevent Resident Displacement While Addressing Building Safety; 2) Examination Of The Challenges Facing Oakland-Based Artists Vis-A-Vis Living Workspaces And Ways That The City Can Provide Assistance And Prevent Displacement; 3) Volume Of Work And Staffing Needs Relating To The Fire Department And The Responsibilities Of The Fire Marshal, Commercial Fire Inspection Requirements, And Fire Prevention; 4) Options For Creating A Pathway To Legal Live-Work Occupancy Of Commercial And Industrial Buildings That Reduces Displacement Of Current Occupants; 5) Status Of Identification And Inspections For Unpermitted Commercial Or Industrial Spaces And How Risks Are Being Mitigated And Managed; And 6) Volume Of Work And Staffing Needs For Code Enforcement Relating To Habitabi   Not available Video Video
16-0648 1S14Golden State Works Transitional Employment/Job Placement 2017-2020City ResolutionSubject: Golden State Works Transitional Employment/Job Placement 2017-2020 From: Human Services Department/Oakland Unite Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Authorize The City Administrator To: (1) Enter Into A Two-Year Agreement With California Department Of Corrections And Rehabilitation (CDCR) And Accept And Appropriate Up To $3,268,720 Annually To Implement Golden State Works Transitional Employment And Job Placement Services For Oakland Residents On Parole From July 1, 2017 Through June 30, 2019; And Enter Into A Renewal Agreement Pending Available Funding And Accept And Appropriate Up To $3,300,000 For A Third Year Of Funding For Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-2020; And (2) Enter Into A Two-Year Grant Agreement With The Successful Respondent Following A Request For Proposal Process In An Annual Amount Not To Exceed $3,121,000 And A Total Amount Not To Exceed $6,242,000 For Two Years To Provide Job Placement Services For The Period July 1, 2017 Through June 30, 2019, And Amend The Grant Agreement For A Third Year Of Funding In An Amount Not To Exceed $3,300,000 Through June    Not available Video Video