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Meeting Name: Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 3/16/2021 1:00 PM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: Tele - Conference
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21-0159 12.1 City ResolutionSubject: Declaration Of A 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") EpidemicAdopted  Action details Not available
21-0160 12.2 City ResolutionSubject: Declaration Of 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 OaklandAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0161 12.3 City ResolutionSubject: Declaration Of A Local Emergency On Homelessness From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of The City’s Homelessness CrisisAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0146 12.4 City ResolutionSubject: A Resolution Celebrating Wlad Wlassowsky For 39 Years Of Public Service From: President Fortunato Bas, Councilmember Kalb And Pro Tem Thao Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Celebrating Wlad Wlassowsky For Over 39 Years Of Dedicated And Distinguished Public Sector Service And Congratulating Him On The Occasion Of His RetirementAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0125 22.5 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Calling For Full Compliance With CA Proposition 12 From: Councilmember Kalb Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Calling Upon Food Companies, Grocery Stores, Supermarkets, Restaurants And Other Entities Dealing With Food Production, Distribution And Sales Operating Within The City Of Oakland To Fully Implement Requirements Of Proposition 12 (Farm Animal Confinement Initiative) Which Overwhelmingly Passed By California Votes In 2018 And Requires That Covered Animals (Including Veal Calves, Breeding Pigs And Egg-Laying Hens) Be Housed In Confinement Systems That Comply With Specific Humane StandardsAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0143 12.6 City ResolutionSubject: Support Of AB 1400 (Kalra, Lee, & Santiago) Guaranteed Healthcare For All From: Pro Tem Thao, Councilmember Kalb, Fife And President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 1400 (Kalra, Lee, & Santiago), The CalCare Act, Which Would Establish A Comprehensive Universal Single-Payer Health Care Coverage Program And A Health Care Cost Control System For The Benefit Of All Residents Of The StateAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0144 12.7 City ResolutionSubject: To Allow Local Agencies To Enact Taxes On Sugar-Sweetened Beverages From: President Pro Tempore Thao Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Urging The California State Legislature And Governor Gavin Newsom To Repeal Assembly Bill 1838 To Allow Local Agencies To Tax Sugar-Sweetened Beverages To Improve Public HealthAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0054 12.9 City ResolutionSubject: Lincoln Recreation Center Architectural Services Agreement Award From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding An Architectural And Engineering Design Contract To Shah Kawasaki Architects (SKA) For An Amount Not-To-Exceed One Million Five Hundred Twenty-Eight Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-Nine Dollars ($1,528,849.00) For The Design Of The Lincoln Recreation Center Expansion/Renovation Project Up To Ninety-Five Percent (95%), With A City Option To Complete The Remaining Project Design, Including Construction Support Services Contingent Upon Staff’s Future Identification Of Additional Funding And Council ApprovalAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0115 22.12 OrdinanceSubject: Master Fee Schedule Amendment - Administrative Processing Fee From: Economic Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13599 C.M.S., Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Master Fee Schedule, To Modify City Of Oakland Administrative Processing Fee For New Small Cell Telecommunication Lease Or LicenseApproved for Final PassagePass Action details Not available
21-0175 12.13 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]AdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0176 12.14 City ResolutionSubject: East Bay Economic Development Alliance Appointments From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Councilmember Loren Taylor To The Executive Committee Of The East Bay Economic Development Alliance And Appointing Councilmember Treva Reid As Alternate Member Of The Executive Committee Of The East Bay Economic Development AllianceAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0177 12.15 City ResolutionSubject: Equitable, Inclusive And Transparent Alameda County Redistricting Process From: Councilmember Kalb And Councilmember Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Urging The Alameda County Board Of Supervisors To Allocate Adequate Resources To Establish An Independent Redistricting Commission And Create Policies To Ensure An Equitable, Inclusive And Transparent Redistricting County Process Consistent With AB 849 And AB 1276 And The Best Practice Guide Of The Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law CaucusAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0152 12.16 City ResolutionSubject: Commission On Aging From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Dianna J. Garrett As A Member Of The Commission On AgingAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0153 12.17 City ResolutionSubject: Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Alison Lenci And Reappointment Of Marcus Johnson, Tim Mollette-Parks, And Vince Sugrue As Members Of The Landmarks Preservation Advisory BoardAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0154 12.18 City ResolutionSubject: Privacy Advisory Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Reappointment Of Henry Gage III, Gina T. Tomlinson, And Reem Suleiman As Members Of The Privacy Advisory CommissionAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0179 12.19 City ResolutionSubject: Community Policing Advisory Board From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointment Of Vancedric Williams And Reappointment Of Creighton Davis, Daniel Ettlinger, Yonas Gebremicael, Colette C. McPherson, And Ericka Parker As Members Of The Community Policing Advisory BoardAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0180 12.20 City ResolutionSubject: Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointment Of Daral Smith And Tam Tran And Reappointment Of Isaac D. Kos-Read To The Parks And Recreation Advisory CommissionAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0181 12.21 City ResolutionSubject: Public Safety & Services Oversight Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Reappointment Of Nikki Dinh And Appointment Of Michael Wallace As Members Of The Public Safety And Services Violence Prevention Oversight CommissionAdopted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
21-0029 2S2.22 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, 2020Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
21-0110 2S2.23 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 FundsReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
21-0169 1S2.24 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, 2021Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
21-0138 2S2.25 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)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0114 13.1 Informational ReportSubject: 2019/20 Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report From: Housing & Community Development Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Receive The City Of Oakland’s Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report For Fiscal Year 2019/20 Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships, Housing Opportunities For Persons With AIDS, And Emergency Solutions Grant Programs To Be Submitted To The United States Department Of Housing & Urban DevelopmentReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
21-0128 13.2 City ResolutionSubject: Mandatory Delinquent Trash Fees 2021 From: Finance Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator For Delinquent Trash Service Fees With Administrative And Special Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Special Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection For The Monthly Periods Of October, November, And December 2020 And Quarterly Periods Of January-March 2021; OrContinuedPass Action details Not available
21-0129 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Overruling Protests And Objections And Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator For Delinquent Trash Service Fees With Administrative And Special Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Special Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection For The Monthly Periods Of October, November, And December 2020 And Quarterly Periods Of January-March 2021; OrContinuedPass Action details Not available
21-0130 1  City Resolution3) A Resolution Continuing The Hearing Of The Reports Of The City Administrator On Delinquent Trash Service Fees With Administrative And Special Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code For The Monthly Periods Of October, November, And December 2020 And Quarterly Periods Of January-March 2021ContinuedPass Action details Not available
21-0131 13.3 City ResolutionSubject: Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes Assessment of Liens From: Finance Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And Authorizing The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; OrAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0133 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Overruling Protests And Objections And Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And Authorizing The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; OrNot AdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0132 1  City Resolution3) A Resolution Continuing Hearing Of The Reports Of The City Administrator On Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal CodeNot AdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0162 15 Report and RecommendationAPPROVAL OF THE DRAFT MINUTES FROM THE MEETING OF MARCH 2, 2021ApprovedPass Action details Not available
21-0194 1S20 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 DepartmentApproved As Amended On Introduction and Scheduled for Final PassagePass Action details Not available
21-0193 1S21 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 MAdopted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
21-0142 18 Informational ReportSubject: Informational Report On Easing Process For Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUS) From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Administrator, Or Their Designee, On The Status And Timeline Of Easing The Process For Adding Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUS), Including: Updating Our Municipal Code To Comply With State Law And Make Other Revisions; Providing Dedicated Staff And Extended Hours For Processing ADU Applications; The Number Of Applications And Number Of Approvals And Average Timeline Of Approval For Each Of The Past Two Years; Use Of Pre-Approved Templates For ADUS; Improved Public Informational Materials And Online Systems For ADU ApplicantsReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
21-0174 19 City ResolutionSubject: Study Of Four-Plexes In Single-Family Areas From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Requesting Bureau Of Planning Staff To Study And The Planning Commission To Consider (1) Allowing Four-Plexes In Areas Currently Designated For Single-Family Residences, Especially In High Resource Areas, And (2) Options For Protecting Existing Tenants From Displacement, And To Forward Any Recommendations For Action To The City CouncilAdopted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
21-0036 210 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]Adopted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
21-0165 17 Informational ReportSubject: Fiscal Year 2021-26 Five-Year Financial Forecast From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The City Of Oakland Five-Year Financial Forecast Prepared In Accordance With The City Of Oakland’s Consolidated Fiscal Policy, Ordinance No. 13279 C.M.S.Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
21-0190 1S18 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]Approve with the following amendmentsPass Action details Not available
21-0086 12.11 OrdinanceSubject: 3050 International Boulevard LDDA & Lease From: Office Of The City Administrator’s Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (A) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Negotiate And Execute (1) A Lease Disposition And Development Agreement With, Jointly, Satellite Affordable Housing Associates, Inc., And Native American Health Center, A California Non Profit, And/ Or Affiliated Entities (Each, A “Developer”) For The Development Of An Affordable Housing Project And Health Center (“Project”) On City-Owned Property Located At 3050 International Boulevard (“Property”); And (2) A Lease Of A Portion Of The Property To Each Developer To Operate And Manage The Project, For Up To 99 Years, Including Extensions, For A One-Time Payment Equal To $2,400,000, To Be Paid Pro-Rata By Each Developer; And (B) Adopting Requisite Findings Under The California Environmental Quality ActApproved for Final PassagePass Action details Not available
21-0014 4S19 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]AdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0136 12.8 OrdinanceSubject: Lease Of Medical Hill Garage At 426 29th Street From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Negotiate And Execute A Lease Agreement With Euromotors Oakland Inc., A California Corporation DBA Mercedes-Benz Of Oakland For A Term Of Three Years With Two 3-Year Options At A Base Rent Of $31,000 Per Month For The Leasing Of A City-Owned Parking Garage Located At 426 29th Street, Oakland, California; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsApproved On Introduction and Scheduled for Final PassagePass Action details Not available
21-0140 12.10 City ResolutionSubject: Collaborative Creeks Agreement From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To 1) Enter Into An Agreement With The Alameda County Flood Control And Water Conservation District (District) To Accept Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Six Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($1,680,000.00) To Implement The Collaborative Creek Improvement And Clean Creeks Programs (Programs) Over A Six Fiscal Year Term From March 16, 2021 Through June 30, 2026 (Term); 2) Appropriate Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Six Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($1,680,000.00) From The District To Implement The Programs For The Term Of The Agreement; And 3) Adopt Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsAdoptedFail Action details Not available
21-0064 16 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 YearReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
21-0171 111 City ResolutionSubject: HUD Continuum Of Care (CoC) & SSA Match Funding FY 21-22, 22-23 From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Funds From The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) In The Amount Of $5,602,748 Each Year For Fiscal Years ( F Y ) 2021-2022 And 2022-2023 To Fund HUD Continuum Of Care (CoC) Programs, And To Allocate $224,110 Of City Administrative Funds As Designated Herein; And (2) Awarding Nine Grant Agreements Each Year For F Y 2021-2022 And 2022-2023, Subject To Available Appropriated HUD Funds, In The Total Cumulative Annual Grants Amount Of $5,378,638 For The Provision Of Transitional And Permanent Housing And Support Services Under Hud’s CoC Program; And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Additional Funds That Become Available From HUD For The Same Purposes For FY 2021-2022 Or 2022-2023, And Authorizing Amendments Of The Grant Agreements To Adjust The Grant Amounts, Without ReturningAdopted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
21-0172 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Social Services Agency (SSA) Grant Funds From Alameda County In An Amount Of $350,004 Each Year For Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022 And 2022-2023 To Fund The Henry J. Robinson Multi Service Center (HRMSC); And (2) Awarding A Grant To Bay Area Community Services (BACS), Subject To Available Appropriated SSA Funds, In An Amount Of $340,004 Each Year For FY 2021-2022 And 2022-2023, For The Provision Of Transitional Housing And Supportive Services At The HRMSC; And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Additional SSA Funds That Become Available From Alameda County For FY 2021-2022 Or 2022-2023, And Authorizing Amendment Of The Grant Agreements With BACS To Adjust The Grant Amount, Without Returning To Council; And (4) Authorizing A Contribution From The General Purpose Fund For The Central Services Overhead Charges In An Estimated Amount Of $5,168 Each Year For FY 2021-2022 And 2022- 2023Adopted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
21-0137 112 City ResolutionSubject: FY 2020-21 Cultural Funding Grants-Round Two From: Economic & Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Cultural Services Grants To Thirty-Seven (37) Oakland-Based Nonprofit Organizations And Individual Artists For Fiscal Year 2020-21 (Round Two), In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $480,000AdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0141 113 City ResolutionSubject: George P. Scotlan Convention Center Operations From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A First Amendment To An Amended And Restated Management Agreement With Integrative Services Corporation For The Management And Operation Of The George P. Scotlan Memorial Convention Center, Authorizing The Use Of Capital Reserves, In An Amount Not To Exceed $160,000, For The Payment Of Operating Expenses During Fiscal Year 2020-21 And Increasing The Annual Set-Aside For Capital Reserves From 6 Percent To 8 Percent Of Operating Revenue For 4 YearsAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0127 114 City ResolutionSubject: Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 Landscaping And Lighting District (LLAD) - Initiation Form: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Initiating The Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 Assessment Process For The City Of Oakland Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District (LLAD) And Authorizing The City Administrator To Order A Preliminary Engineer’s ReportAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0168 116 City ResolutionSubject: Reallocate Funds For Urban Forest Master Plan Community Engagement From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To (1) Increase The Contract For The Citywide Street And Urban Park Tree Inventory And Oakland’s Urban Forest Master Plan (UFMP) With Davey Resource Group, Inc. (DRG) In The Amount of Forty-Six Thousand ($46,000), From Six Hundred And Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($625,000) To A Grand Total Amount of Six Hundred And Seventy-One Thousand Dollars ($671,000) So That DRG May Subcontract With Local Community Organizations That Will Provide Equitable Community Engagement Process Support Services, And (2) Waive The Request For Proposals/Qualifications RequirementAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0173 117 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-YearAdoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0134 115 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]Adopted as AmendedPass Action details Not available