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Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 3/11/2021 10:30 AM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: Tele - Conference
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21-0149 12 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 25, 2021AcceptedPass Action details Not available
21-0134 33.1 City ResolutionSubject: Agreement With MCT For Pavement Management Assistance From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To: 1) Apply For And Accept $100,000.00 In Pavement Management Technical Assistance Program (P-TAP) Grant Funds From The Metropolitan Transportation Commission; 2) Allocate $20,000.00 In Matching Funds And An Additional $891,120.00 For Additional Professional Services; And 3) Execute An Agreement With The Metropolitan Transportation Commission To Provide Additional Professional Services To Implement The Project In An Amount Not- To-Exceed $911,120.00; And (4) Waiving The Request For Proposal/Qualifications Competitive Selection Requirement [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
21-0036 33.2 City ResolutionSubject: Affordable Housing Funding For Mark Twain Homes From: Housing & Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing A Consolidated Affordable Housing Development Loan To Mark Twain Partners, LP, An Affiliate Of Oakland & The World Enterprises, Inc., And Memar Properties, Inc., In An Amount Not To Exceed $4,826,000 For The Mark Twain Homes Affordable Housing Acquisition And Rehabilitation Project And Making California Environmental Quality Act Findings [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
21-0173 13.3 City ResolutionSubject: Accela Contract Renewal And Strategic Enhancements to Permitting Systems From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1. Amending The City’s Current Contract With Accela For The Continued Maintenance, Hosting, Licensing And Professional Service To Support The Accela System, By Extending The Term Of That Contract For An Additional Three Years And Increasing The Previously Authorized Amount Of That Contract By An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) For A Total Contract Amount Of Three Million Eight Hundred And Eleven Thousand Four Hundred And One Dollars ($3,811,401); 2. Authorizing The City Administrator To Award Contracts To Accela Certified Vendors And Other Information Technology Consultants To Implement The Permitting System Service Enhancements Proposed Under The City’s Reimagining One Stop Permitting (ROSP) Initiative In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Million Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($2,250,000), Which Includes A Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollar ($750,000) Contingency, For A Three-YearScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0188 13.4 Informational ReportSubject: Investigation Related To The City's Equal Pay Policy From: Member Of The Public: Gene Hazzard Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Attorney Related To The Cost Of The Investigation And The Findings Of This Investigation Related To The City's Equal Pay Policy And The Conclusion Of The Retroactive Salary [From August 2019 Plus Benefits] To Former Assistant City Administrator Ms. Maraskeshia Smith, When Then Ed Reiskin Was Hired As Assistant City Administrator Made A Purported $100,000.00 Plus Benefits More Than Assistant City Administrator Ms. Smith Who Had Been In This Position More Than A Year Before Reiskin's Hire; On The March 16, 2021 Special City Council AgendaNo Action Taken  Action details Not available
21-0190 13.5 Report and RecommendationSubject: Budget Amendments To Fiscal Year 2020-21 Mid-Cycle Amendments From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendation Amending Resolution 88174, Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Mid-Cycle Amendments,To Among Other Things, Clarify The Process For Expending Newly Obtained Funds, To Appropriate Federal Funding To Fill The General Purpose Fund Gap, To Allocate $10 Million Obtained From The Coliseum Authority To Fund Public Services Including In The Fire Department And More [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
21-0193 13.6 City ResolutionSubject: Mobile Assistance Community Responders Of Oakland (MACRO) Program From: Councilmember Kalb And Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Explore And Implement Option(s) For Expediting The One-Year Pilot Phase Of The Mobile Assistance Community Responders Of Oakland (MACRO) Program, Including But Not Limited To: (1) Contracting With The County Of Alameda, For County Mental Health Specialists, Civilian Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) And Other County Staff, And/Or Expeditiously Hiring And Training Limited-Duration City Staff; (2) Directing The City Administrator To Return To Council With Monthly Progress Reports, Present To The Council Any Legislation Necessary To Expedite The MACRO Program, Including Staffing And Budgeting For Implementing The Program, After Considering Urban Strategies Council’s Recommendations And Receiving Input From Labor Representatives, City Departments, And Community Organizations And Members; (3) Directing The City Administrator To Contract For An Evaluation Of The Initial Phase Of MScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0194 13.7 OrdinanceSubject: Amending Fire Department Duties To Include Civilian Crisis Response From: Councilmember Kalb And Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Ordinance Amending Chapter 2.29 Of Oakland Municipal Code, Which Sets Forth The Form Of Organization Through Which The Functions Of The City Under The City Administrator’s Jurisdiction Are Administered, To Provide That The Functions And Duties Of The Mobile Assistance Community Responders Program And Any Civilian Crisis Response Program Shall Be Administered By The Fire DepartmentScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0185 13.8 Informational ReportSubject: OPRF Survey On Oaklanders’ Parks Experience And Perspectives From Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From OPRF Regarding The Parks SurveyScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0189 13.9 City ResolutionSubject: Honoring Joe Cervantes From: Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Honor Of Glenview Business Owner Joe Cervantes For His 64 Years Of Service Operating The Glenview Shoe Renew And Congratulating Him On His RetirementScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0191 13.10 Informational ReportSubject: Oral Report And Action To Expand ShotSpotter From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Receive A Oral Report From OPD/Administration On Current ShotSpotter Geographic Scope, Numbers Detected, Usage, And Responsive Deployments; And (2) Action On Options To Expand ShotSpotter Coverage AreaScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0184 13.11 Informational ReportSubject: Informational Report Regarding Street Sweeping From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Receive A Informational Report From The City Administrator Providing An Analysis Of The GIS System's Street Sweeping Routes And Protocols; Staffing Levels, Average Number Of Routes Missed Daily And Location By District. Provide An Updated Map Of The Street Sweeping Days And Routes To Be Placed On The City’s Website; Include The Annual Maintenance Costs And Lifespan Of The Street Sweeping Equipment. Provide a Report On The Areas Where Residents Are Being Ticketed For Street SweepingScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0192 13.12 Informational ReportSubject: Amnesty Program To Register Unpermitted Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) From: Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: The City Of Oakland Has Many Housing Units That Have Been Developed Over Time Without Building Permits. These Units Provide Much Needed Housing, Tend To Be Naturally Occurring Affordable Units And Fulfill An Important Niche In The Housing Market. These Units, Which Generally Represent One Or Two Units Carved Out Of Ancillary Spaces Like Laundry Rooms Or Storage Areas, Or Which Have Resulted From Modest Additions In Otherwise Existing, Legally Permitted Multi-Family Buildings, May Exceed The Number Of Dwellings Permitted By The Zone Or Otherwise Be Out Of Compliance With Underlying Zoning Regulations And Development Standards. Proposed Remediation Is To Create An Amnesty Program To Register And Bring Unpermitted Accessory Dwelling Units Into Code Compliance In Order To Enable The City To Track The Number Of Such Units, As Well As Ensure The Safety Of The Occupants Of Those Units Via Inspection By Planning And Building Staff; On The April 27, 2021 Community And No Action Taken  Action details Not available
21-0014 43.13 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Reducing Monthly Auto Allowances By 50% Through June 30, 2021. From: Councilmember Kalb Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Reducing The Monthly Auto Allowances Of The Mayor, Vice Mayor, City Councilmembers, City Attorney And City Auditor By Fifty Percent (50%) From The Date Of The Adoption Of This Resolution Through June 30, 2021 In Light Of The COVID-19 Pandemic [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
21-0021 23.14 City ResolutionSubject: Councilmember Salary Waiver To Address Budget Shortfall From: Councilmember Taylor And President Pro Tem Thao Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Finding And Determining (1) That It Is In The Best Interest Of The City For Councilmembers To Irrevocably Waive Payment Of Salary Equivalent To 10 Days Of Pay For The Period Of January 12, 2021 Through June 30, 2021 In Light Of The Economic Downturn Resulting From The Covid-19 Pandemic; And (2) That Notice Of Such Waiver Shall Be Provided By Submitting Such Waiver In Writing To The City AdministratorWithdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available
21-0029 23.15 Informational ReportSubject: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) And The Auditor’s Required Communication To City Council (Management Letter) For The Year Ended June 30, 2020Scheduled  Action details Not available
21-0052 33.16 City ResolutionSubject: Prevent Certain Budget Cuts, Including To Fire Services From: Vice Mayor Kaplan And Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 88174, Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2020-21 Mid-Cycle Amendments, To Among Other Things, Prevent Cuts To Fire ServicesContinued  Action details Not available
21-0091 23.17 Informational ReportSubject: Informational Report On FY 20 - 21 Proposed Department Budget Reductions From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Administrator On Proposed Budget Reductions For FY 2020 - 2021 From Department Directors Including Instructions From The City Administrator And Proposals From Each DepartmentReceived and Filed  Action details Not available
21-0110 23.18 Informational ReportSubject: FY 2020-21 Second Quarter Revenue & Expenditure Report From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-21 Second Quarter Revenue And Expenditure Results And Year-End Summaries For The General Purpose Fund (GPF, 1010) And All FundsScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0169 13.19 Informational ReportSubject: Discussion Of Administrator Authority Legal Memo From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Of The Legal Memo, “Authority Of City Administrator To Implement Budget Reductions Affecting Levels Of Services,” Dated February 12, 2021Scheduled  Action details Not available
21-0012 33.20 City ResolutionSubject: Re-Allocate Funds To OPD Missing Persons Unit And DVP From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 88174 C.M.S., Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2020-21 Mid-Cycle Budget Adjustments, To: 1. Delete 1.00 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Public Information Officer I Position In The Oakland Police Department (OPD) Public Information Office And Add 1.00 FTE Public Information Officer I Position In The OPD Missing Persons Unit; 2. Delete 1.00 FTE Police Services Technician II Position In The OPD Special Victims Section And Add 1.00 FTE Police Services Technician Ii Position In The OPD Missing Persons Unit; And 3. Delete 1.00 FTE Police Evidence Technician Position In The OPD Criminal Investigation Division And Add 1.00 FTE Police Evidence Technician Position In The OPD Missing Person UnitScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0138 23.21 City ResolutionSubject: OPD CALICO Abuse Victim Support Retro-Active Contract From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Designee, To 1) Waive The Advertising/Bidding And Request For Proposal/Qualifications Requirements, And 2) Award A Professional Services Agreement Contract To The Child Abuse Listening, Interviewing, And Coordination Center (Calico), To Provide Forensic Interviews, Multidisciplinary Child Abuse Investigations, Family Support Services, Community Outreach And Training, To The Oakland Police Department (OPD) For Three Years, From July 1, 2019 Through June 30, 2022, For A Sum Of Ninety Thousand Dollars ($90,000), Plus Two Discretionary One-Year Extensions At Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) Per Year, For A Total Contract Not To Exceed One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000)Scheduled  Action details Not available
21-0150 14 City ResolutionReview Of Draft Agendas And Review Of Pending Lists For Council And Committee MeetingsScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0175 1  City ResolutionSubject: Youth Ventures JPA Appointments From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Mayor Libby Schaaf, Council President Nikki Fortunato Bas, President Pro Tempore Sheng Thao, Chief Of Police Leronne Armstrong, And Director Of The Human Services Department Sara Bedford, To The Board Of Trustees Of The Youth Ventures Joint Powers Authority And Assistant Chief Of Police Darren Allison As The Official Alternate For Chief Of Police Leronne Armstrong [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
21-0064 1  Informational ReportSubject: California State Laws Which Become Effective in 2021 From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Briefing From The City Attorney’s Office On All New California State Laws Which Become Effective in 2021. Said Report Shall be Annually Presented At The First Rules Committee In February Of Each Year   Action details Not available