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Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: FINAL
Meeting date/time: 11/2/2017 10:45 AM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber, 3rd Floor
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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17-0261 11 Report and RecommendationDeterminations Of Closed SessionAcceptedPass Action details Not available
17-0262 12 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of October 19, 2017AcceptedPass Action details Not available
17-0263 13 Report and RecommendationDetermination Of Schedule Of Outstanding Committee ItemsAcceptedPass Action details Not available
17-0264 14 Report and RecommendationScheduling Of Agenda Items And Revisions To Previously Distributed 10-Day Agendas (SUPPLEMENTAL)Accepted as AmendedPass Action details Video Video
17-0324 14.1The Actions Taken On October 31, 2017 Special Community & Econmoic Development CommitteeReport and RecommendationA Review Of The Council Committees Action From The October 31, 2017 Special Community And Economic Development Committee Meeting And Determination Of Scheduling To The City Council Meeting Of November 7, 2017 (MATRIX)Accepted  Action details Not available
17-0325 14.2Resolution Recognizing The100 Year Anniversary Of Lakeshore Homes AssociationCity ResolutionSubject: Recognizing The100 Year Anniversary Of Lakeshore Homes Association From: Councilmember Abel J Guillén Recommendation Adopt A Resolution Recognizing The 100-Year Anniversary Of The Lakeshore Homes AssociationScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0316 14.3Resolution Recognizing and Honoring Phil NevilleCity ResolutionSubject: Resolution Recognizing and Honoring Phil Neville From: Council President Reid And City Attorney Parker Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing And Honoring Deputy Executive Director For Real Estate Development Phil Neville Upon His Retirement From The Oakland Housing Authority After 43 Years of ServiceScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0320 14.4Graffiti Abatement Grant For Attitudinal Healing ConnectionCity ResolutionSubject: Graffiti Abatement Grant For Attitudinal Healing Connection From: Councilmember McElhaney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing A Grant Not To Exceed $11,000 From Councilmember McElhaney's Graffiti Abatement Mural And Green Wall Funds To Attitudinal Healing Connection For The Fourth Mural In Their Oakland Superheroes Mural Project On The West Street Freeway Underpass Between 35th And 36th StreetScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0328 14.5Code Enforcement Displacement ReportInformational ReportSubject: Code Enforcement Displacement Report From: Jonah Strauss And David Keenan Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And PowerPoint Presentation From Oakland Warehouse Coalition And Safer DIY Spaces On Code Enforcement Directives To Property Owners Of Non-Conforming Units That They Displace Their Residential Tenants From Existing Affordable Housing Stock, Including But Not Limited To Warehouses, Storefronts, Accessory Dwelling Units, And Mobile Homes, From December 2nd, 2016 To November 20th, 2017, Based On Code Enforcement Data Gathered From Public Records Requests, Advocacy Records By The Presenters, And Research By East Bay Express And East Bay Times: On The December 12, 2017 Special City Council Agenda As A Non-Consent ItemNo Action Taken  Action details Not available
17-0322 14.6Cannabis Business Tax Policy AnalysisInformational ReportSubject: Cannabis Business Tax Policy Analysis From: Council President Ried Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Cannabis Tax Policy To Maximize City Tax Revenue, Economic Growth, And JobsScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0326 14.7Authorization to Add Additional Positions to the Rent Adjustment ProgramCity ResolutionSubject: Authorization To Add Additional Positions To The Rent Adjustment Program From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Authorizing The Department Of Housing And Community Development To Add And Recruit Additional Positions To Enable The Rent Adjustment Program To Continue To Meet Its Responsibilities And To Function In An Efficient And Responsive Manner; On The November 14, 2017 Finance And Management Committee AgendaNo Action Taken  Action details Not available
17-0327 14.8Adjustment To FY 2017-18 AppropriationsCity ResolutionSubject: Adjustment To FY 2017-18 Appropriations From: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adjusting Various Appropriations Including; (A) Amending Resolution No. 86179 C.M.S. To Include Provision To Authorize The City Administrator To Add And Recruit Additional Positions Devoted To Duties Administering The Two Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Grant -Funded Seismic Retrofit Programs For The City Of Oakland. (B) Authorizing The City Administrator To Add And Recruit Additional Positions To Enable The Rent Adjustment Program To Continue To Meet Its Responsibilities And To Function In An Efficient And Responsive Manner. (C) Amending Resolution No. 86821 C.M.S. To Provide An Appropriation Of $150,000 For Youth Together By Reducing An Appropriation Of $150,000 In The General Purpose Fund (1010) For Subsidies To The Head Start Program. (D) Authorize A Grant Award To Youth Together For An Amount Not To Exceed $150,000 In FY 2017- 18 With An Option To Renew For The Same Amount For One Additional Year, Contingent On Funding Availability In FY 2018-19Scheduled  Action details Not available
17-0317 14.9 Report and RecommendationSubject: Report Regarding City Hall Security Enhancements From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Receive A Report with Recommendations To Select One Of Two Options To Enhance Security At City Hall, And Direct Oakland Public Works (OPW) To Work With The Finance Department To Identify FundingScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0315 14.10Agreement With Sequoia Nursery School Inc.OrdinanceSubject: Agreement With Sequoia Nursery School Inc. From: Oakland Parks And Recreation Department Recommendations: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A License Agreement With Sequoia Nursery School, Inc. To Operate A Cooperative Nursery School At The Sequoia Lodge For A Five-Year Term For A License Fee Of $1,457.83 Per Month; And Amend The License Agreement For Two Consecutive Five-Year Terms Without Returning To CouncilScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0318 14.11 OrdinanceSubject: Agreement With Peter Pan Cooperative Nursery School Inc. Froom: Oakland Parks And Recreation Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A License Agreement With Peter Pan Nursery School, Inc. To Operate A Cooperative Nursery School At The Maxwell House And The Adjacent Play Area At Maxwell Park For A Five-Year Term With A License Fee Of $1,123.20 Per Month; And Amend The License Agreement For Two Consecutive Five-Year Terms Without Returning To CouncilScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0323 14.12State Of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Annual ReportInformational ReportSubject: State Of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Annual Report From: Vice Mayor Campbell Washington, President Pro -Tem Guillén And Councilmember McElhaney Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Status Of Commercial Sexual Exploitation Of Children In Oakland From The City Of Oakland CSEC Task ForceScheduled  Action details Not available
16-1028 14.13 OrdinanceSubject: Surveillance And Community Safety Ordinance From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Adding Chapter 9.64 To The Oakland Municipal Code Establishing Rules For The City’s Acquisition And Use Of Surveillance Equipment [NEW TITLE]Withdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available
17-0319 14.14OPD 2017 DNA Backlog Reduction ProgramCity ResolutionSubject: OPD 2017 DNA Backlog Reduction Program From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Designee, To Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Forty-Six Thousand And Two Hundred And Thirty -Seven Dollars ($246,237) From The U.S. Department Of Justice, National Institute Of Justice (USDOJ/NIJ) For Implementation Of The Fiscal Year 2017 Oakland Police Department (OPD) Forensic Casework Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) Backlog Reduction Grant Program; And 2) Waiving The City Advertising And Competitive Bidding Requirements For The Purchase Of DNA Typing Supplies From: (A) Promega For Thirty-Five Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety-Two Dollars ($35,892), And (B) Qiagen For Twenty-Seven Thousand Dollars ($27,000)Scheduled  Action details Not available
17-0321 14.15 City ResolutionSubject: Purchase of OPD Body-Worn Cameras From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Negotiate And Enter Into A Contract With VIEVU LLC (VIEVU), The Vendor Selected From The Competitive Bidding Process, To Purchase New Body Worn Cameras (BWC), Related Hardware, And A Fully Hosted Digital Evidence Management Software Solution, Maintenance, Professional Services, And Training, For A Total Contract Cost Not To Exceed One Million Two Hundred Seventy-One Thousand Two Hundred Twenty-One Dollars ($1,271,221), For A Total Contract Period Of January 1, 2018 Through December 31,2022Scheduled  Action details Not available
17-0335 1  OrdinanceSubject: Amending Chapter 8.22 From: Councilmember Brooks Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance To Enact The Uniform Residential Tenant Relocation Ordinance To (1) Establish An Uniform Schedule Of Relocation Payments; (2) To Extend Relocation Payments To Tenants Displaced By Owner Move-In Evictions; (3) To Extend Relocation Payments To Tenants Displaced By Condominium Conversions; (4) Conform Existing Ellis Act And Code Compliance Relocation Amounts To Those In The Uniform Schedule; (5) To Extend Relocation To Tenants In Units That Are Exempt From The Rent Arbitration Ordinance; Or Just Cause Eviction Protections And Are Evicted For No-Cause Evictions Or Receive Rent Increases Beyond 10 Percent And Move Within 12 Months Of The Rent IncreaseScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0336 1 Establishing The Five-Percent (5%) For Mandela And Job Center ProgramOrdinanceSubject: Establishing The Five-Percent (5%) For Mandela And Job Center Program From: Councilmembers Brooks, Council President Reid, And At Large Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The Allocation Of 5% Of The City’s Capital Improvement Projects Costs To The Cypress Mandela Training Program And The Citywide Job Centers For Training, Job Readiness, And Job Placement Of City Residents; Establishing A Method For Calculating Cypress Mandela Training Program And Citywide Job Centers Appropriations Of Capital Projects, Establishing A Cypress Mandela Training Program And Citywide Job Centers Project Account; Establishing Method Of Administering Cypress Mandela Training Program And Citywide Job Centers Program; And Establishing General Guidelines For The Administration Of The Cypress Mandela Training Program And Citywide Job Centers ProgramScheduled  Action details Not available
17-0265 15 Report and RecommendationA Review Of The Draft Agendas For The Council Committee Meetings Of November 14, 2017 And The Rules And Legislation Committee Of November 16, 2017Accepted as Amended  Action details Video Video
17-0296 1 City And BART Cooperative AgreementCity ResolutionSubject: City And BART Cooperative Agreement From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Cooperative Agreement With The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) District For BART System Modernization Program For 34.5kv Cable Replacement A-Line Ana-Aco (19th Avenue To Coliseum Substations) And M03 (Surface And Tunnel Rail Tracks) Interlocking Projects   Action details Not available