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Meeting Name: Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council Agenda status: FINAL
Meeting date/time: 3/29/2021 1:00 PM Minutes status: DRAFT  
Meeting location: Tele - Conference
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21-0209 12.1 City ResolutionSubject: Honoring Dorothy King From: Vice Mayor Kaplan, President Pro Tempore Thao And Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Honor Of Dorothy King For Her Contributions As An Entrepreneur And Activist, And For Her Commitment To Social Justice For The People Of Oakland; And Declaring June 25th As Dorothy King Day In The City Of Oakland   Not available Not available
21-0210 12.2 City ResolutionSubject: Honoring Cesar Estrada Chavez Day From: Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Celebration Of Cesar Estrada Chavez Day And Honor His Legacy As A Civil Rights Activist And Co-Founder Of The United Farm Workers Association   Not available Not available
21-0208 12.3 City ResolutionSubject: Condemning Intolerance Against Asian Americans And Pacific Islanders From: President Pro Tem Thao, Council President Fortunato Bas, Taylor And Kalb Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Condemning And Combating Racism, Xenophobia, And Intolerance Against Asian Americans And Pacific Islanders   Not available Not available
21-0170 22.4 Report and RecommendationSubject: Lake Merritt Working Group From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendations From The City Administrator To Continue To Support The Safe And Equitable Use Of Lake Merritt By Providing For An Authorized Street Vending Program On Weekends, Alternative Traffic Control Measures, Develop An Alternative Program To Manage Activities At The Lake Such As A Park Ambassador Program, And Seek An Ongoing Funding Source To Cover The Costs Associated With These Efforts On A Year-Round Basis   Not available Not available
21-0216 15 City ResolutionSubject: Emergency Reserve And American Rescue Plan Act Funds From: Council President Fortunato Bas And Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Directing The City Administrator, In Consultation With The City Attorney, To Explore, And Bring Back To Council, Options For Providing Additional Protections For The 7.5% General Purpose Fund (“GPF”) Emergency Reserve, Including But Not Limited To The Creation Of A Separate Fund For The GPF Emergency Reserve; And (2) Clarifying That No Expenditure Of The American Rescue Plan Act (“ARPA”) Funds, Which The City Expects To Receive In The Estimated Amount Of One Hundred Ninety-Two Million Eighty-Four Thousand One Hundred Five Dollars ($192,084,105), Shall Be Made Except For The Purpose And In The Manner Specified By The City Council Following A Public Process And Public Vote Pursuant To Charter Section 806   Not available Not available
21-0199 16 City ResolutionSubject: Memorandum Of Agreement (MOA) For 1086 Annerley Road From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Agreement (MOA) With The City Of Piedmont Establishing That The City Of Piedmont Will Process Planning And Building Entitlements For The Development Of An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) At 1086 Annerley Road, A Property Located Within Both Jurisdictions; And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings   Not available Not available
21-0202 17 City ResolutionSubject: Support Of AB 854 (Lee) From: Councilmember Kalb And Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 854 (Lee) That Would Prohibit A Rental Housing Owner From Removing A Building From The Market Pursuant To The Ellis Act Unless All Owners Of The Property Have Held Their Ownership Interest For At Lease Five Years, Which Helps Put An End To Speculator Evictions   Not available Not available
21-0211 18 City ResolutionSubject: On-Call Permit Support Services From: Planning & Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1. Authorizing The City Administrator To Award Two Contracts To Interwest Consulting Group, Inc. (“Interwest”) And 4Leaf, Inc. In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) Each For As Needed On-Call Permit Support Services For A One (1) Year Term With The Option To Extend For An Additional One Year Term Based On A Request For Proposal (“RFP”) Completed February 16, 2021 And Waiving The City's Local/Small Local Business (L/SLBE ) Program Requirements; 2)Waiving The Request For Proposal Requirement And Waiving the City's L/SLBE Program Requirements To Award Two Contracts To West Coast Code Consultants, Inc. (“WC3”) And The Code Group, Inc. (DBA VCA Code) In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) Each For As Needed On-Call Permit Support Services For A One (1) Year Term With The Option To Extend For An Additional One (1) Year Term; And 3)Amending Resolution No. 88174 C.M.S., Which Adopted The Fiscal Year    Not available Not available
21-0214 19 City ResolutionSubject: Hult Lodge Agreement From: Economic & Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To: (1) Negotiate And Execute An Agreement For The City To Occupy Up To 92 Rooms In The Former Dormitory Located At 2332 Harrison Street In Oakland Owned By Vima Harrison 1 LLC (Hult Lodge), For An Initial Term Ending September 30, 2021, At A Maximum Daily Rate Of $132 Per Room For One Occupant And $50 For Each Additional Occupant, For The Purpose Of Providing Emergency Non-Congregate Shelter To Unhoused Individuals At High-Risk From COVID-19; (2) Extend The Term Of The Hult Lodge Agreement At The Same Rate For A Cumulative Term Up To Twelve (12) Months, If The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Extends The Period For Obtaining Reimbursement For Providing Said Emergency Non-Congregate Shelter; And (3) Select An Entity And Award A Grant Or Professional Services Agreement To The Selected Entity For Operations Of Hult Lodge, For A Term Of Up To One Year In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $3.5 Million   Not available Not available
21-0201 13 Informational ReportSubject: Analysis From Harvey Rose On Budget Items From: Council President Fortunato Bas And Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Administration And Analysis From Harvey Rose Associates Containing The Following: (1) Which Administrative Reductions Were Implemented From December 20, 2020 Memo, (2) Which Administrative Restorations Were Made To Date, (3) Amount And Uses Of Additional Administrative Overspending Between First Quarter (Q1) And Second Quarter (Q2), (4) Amount Of Current General Purpose Fund (GPF) Shortfall, (5) Amount Needed To Restore The GPF Emergency Reserve To 7.5%, (6) New Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT) Revenue, And Any Other Revenue Or Expenditure Amounts, Not Included In The Q2 Report, (7) Cash On Hand, (8) What Other Policies Are Triggered By Receiving New Funds (E.G., Is The City Required To Put 7.5% Of The Federal America Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds Into Reserves? What Are Kids First Set-Asides?), (9) For What Purposes Can The ARPA Funds Be Spent, And (10) What Other New Funds (E.G., Special-Purpose) Are The City Of Oakl   Not available Not available
21-0215 14 Informational ReportSubject: Amendment To Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Budget From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Approve A Report And Regarding Amendment Of The Fiscal Year 2020-21 Budget To: (1) Balance The Budget; (2) Appropriate And Allocate The American Rescue Plan Act (“ARPA” ) Dollars In The Estimated Amount Of One Hundred Ninety-Two Million Eighty-Four Thousand One Hundred Five Dollars ($192,084,105) To The ARPA Fund (Fund 2072); (3) Allocate The Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) The City Will Receive From The Oakland-Alameda County Joint Powers Authority (“JPA”); (4) Restore Services Affected By Fiscal Year 2020-21 Administrative Reduction Actions; (5) Fund Services That Are Needed To Address The Negative Health, Safety, Welfare, And Fiscal Effects Of The Pandemic; And (6) Make Such Additional Or Alternative Adjustments To The FY 2020-21 Budget As May Be Determined To Be Necessary Or Appropriate By The City Council   Not available Not available