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Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 4/15/2021 10:30 AM Minutes status: DRAFT  
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21-0220 12 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of March 25, 2021 And April 1, 2021   Not available Not available
21-0274 13.1 City ResolutionSubject: Amend The Resolution On Intolerance From: Member Of The Public Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amend A Resolution To Adopt A Resolution Condemning And Combating Racism, Xenophobia, And Intolerance Against Asian Americans And Pacific Islanders 21-0208; As Soon As Possible   Not available Not available
21-0287 13.2 City ResolutionSubject: Lead Abatement JPA Appointment (87449 CMS) From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Councilmember Noel Gallo To The Board Of Directors Of The Alameda County Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Joint Powers Authority And Director William Gilchrist As The Official Alternate For Councilmember Gallo For Terms Commencing April 20, 2021 And Ending December 31st, 2022   Not available Not available
21-0289 13.3 City ResolutionSubject: Contracts Related To Council’s Appropriations/Allocations In Resolution Amending Fiscal Year 2020-21 Budget From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute Professional Service Agreements Or Grant Agreements For: a) The Lake Merritt Safety & Equity Program, Including But Not Limited To Agreements For Permitted Street Vending Program And Ambassador Program; b) The Akoma Market Vendor Program, Including Vendor Support; c) Rent Stabilization Legal/Mediation Services For Small Business Tenants; d) Covid-19 Testing And Vaccination Information Support Services For Undeserved Communities; e) Community Safety Ambassadors In Chinatown, Eastlake, East Oakland, West Oakland, Fruitvale, And North Oakland; f) Support Services For Local And Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (“DBE”) Contractors; And G) The Native American And Fruitvale Market Vendors, Including Vendor Support In Accordance With City Council Budget Appropriations And Allocations In Exhibit 2 To Resolution No. ________ C.M.S. (Attached H   Not available Not available
21-0275 13.4 OrdinanceSubject: Amendments to Rent Ordinance and Rent Adjustment Program Regulations From: Housing and Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt the Following Pieces of Legislation: 1) An Ordinance Amending The Rent Adjustment Ordinance (Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.22, Article I) To (1) Allow Owners To Petition For An Unlimited Rent Increase When A Tenant Does Not Reside In The Unit As Their Principal Residence; (2) Allow Subtenants To Petition To Contest Overcharges By Primary Tenants; And (3) Make Clean Up Changes; And   Not available Not available
21-0276 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Adopting Amendments To The Rent Adjustment Program Regulations To (1) Comply With Ordinance No. 13608 C.M.S.; (2) Make Clean Up Changes And Eliminate Duplicative Definitions; And (3) Make Failure To Occupy As A Principal Residence Grounds For A Rent Increase Above The Consumer Price Index Adjustment   Not available Not available
21-0280 13.5 Informational ReportSubject: Gateway Industrial Area, Former Oakland Army Base From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Status Of The Buildout Of The Former Oakland Army Base, Including (1) Public Improvements And (2) Private Improvements   Not available Not available
21-0270 13.6 City ResolutionSubject: 2021 Go-Biz Grant For Cannabis Equity Program From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation; 1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To: 1. Apply For And Accept Two Million Four Hundred Thirty-Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Twelve Dollars And Fifty-One Cents ($2,434,712.51) In State Of California, Office Of The Governor, “Go-Biz,” Equity Act Grant Funds, 2. Appropriate The Go-Biz Grant Funds By: A) Providing Grants And/Or Loans In An Amount Not To Exceed One-Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) Per Grant Or Loan To Cannabis Equity Applicants And Licensees, To Be Determined And Without Return To Council, For Businesses’ Start-Up And Ongoing Costs In A Cumulative Amount Not To Exceed One Million Nine Hundred And Forty-Eight Thousand Four Hundred And Seventy-Five Dollars And Forty-One Cents ($1,948,475.41); And B) Funding Direct Technical Assistance To Cannabis Equity Applicants And Licensees In An Amount Not To Exceed Two-Hundred And Forty-Three Thousand Four Hundred And Seventy-One Do   Not available Not available
21-0271 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution: 1. Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To: A) Negotiate And Award A New Professional Services Agreement With “4front Partners” To Administer The Loan And Grant Programs For Cannabis Equity Applicants And Licensees In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred And Sixty Thousand Dollars ($160,000); B) Negotiate And Award A New Professional Services Agreement With “Knox And Ross” To Provide Legal Services To Cannabis Equity Applicants And Licensees In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred And Twenty-One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($121,500); C) Negotiate And Award A New Agreement With “Make Green Go” To Provide Technical Assistance To Cannabis Equity Applicants And Licensees In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred And Twenty-One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($121,500); And 2. Waiving The Request For Proposals/Qualifications Process For The Three Professional Services Agreements Referenced Above; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0269 13.7 City ResolutionSubject: Grizzly Peak MOU From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) Between The Oakland Police Department (OPD) And All Peace Officer Agencies Along The Length Of Grizzly Peak Boulevard In Alameda And Contra Costa Counties To Work Together To Efficiently And Effectively Provide Public Safety Services Throughout Grizzly Peak Boulevard; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0266 13.8 City ResolutionSubject: Better Neighborhoods, Same Neighbors Technical Assistance From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Accept And Appropriate Funds From The California Strategic Growth Council In The Amount Of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) For Technical Assistance To Support The Implementation Of The Better Neighborhoods, Same Neighbors Initiative; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0263 13.9 City ResolutionSubject: Fiscal Year 2021-22 Head Start Multi-Contract Report And Resolutions From: Human Services Dept Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator: 1. Apply For And Accept The United States Department Of Agriculture (USDA) Child And Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Grant From The California Department Of Education In An Estimated Amount Of Two Hundred Forty-Nine Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty-Three Dollars ($249,723) To Provide Funding For Nutritious Meals From July 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022; And 2. To Accept And Appropriate Additional CACFP Grant Funding That Becomes Available For The Same Purposes Between July 1, 2021 And June 30, 2022 And Amend The Agreement Without Returning To Council; And   Not available Not available
21-0264 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator: 1. To Apply For And Accept The California Pre-Kindergarten Supplemental Grant In The Amount Of Thirty-Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($32,500) And The California State Preschool Program (CSPP) Expansion Grant In The Amount Of One Million Twenty-One Thousand One Hundred Sixty-Six Dollars ($1,021,166) From The California Department Of Education For Early Childhood Education From July 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022; And 2. To Appropriate A Contribution From The General Purpose Fund In An Estimated Amount Of One Hundred Seventy-Three Thousand Two Hundred Thirty-Four Dollars ($173,234); And 3. To Accept And Appropriate Additional CSPP Grant Funding That Becomes Available For The Same Purposes Stated, During The Same Grant Term, July 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022, And Amend The Agreement Without Returning To Council; And   Not available Not available
21-0265 1  City Resolution3) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator: 1. To Enter Into A Sub-Contract With Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) To Receive State Funding In An Estimated Amount Of Two Hundred Thirty-One Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($231,250) To Provide California General Child Care Services (OUSD/CCTR) To Eligible Participants, Ages Birth To Three Years Old, Effective July 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022; And 2. To Appropriate A Contribution From The General Purpose Fund Included In The Fiscal Year 2021-22 Proposed Budget In An Estimated Amount Of Thirty-Six Thousand Four Hundred Sixty-Eight Dollars ($36,468) Equivalent To The Associated Central Services Overhead; And 3. Accept And Appropriate Additional OUSD-CCTR Grant Funding That Becomes Available For The Same Purposes Stated, During The Same Grant Term, July 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022, And Amend The Agreement Without Returning To Council; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0277 13.10 OrdinanceSubject: Salary Ordinance Amendment for Various Classifications From: Human Resources Management Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. (“Salary Ordinance”) To Add The Full-time Classification Of Street and Sidewalk Construction and Maintenance Planner; To Amend The Title Of The Full-time Classification Of Tree Worker Driver to Tree Worker; To Amend The Title Of The Full-time Classification Of Manager, Contract & Employment Services to Manager, Capital Contracts; To Amend the Salary of the Full-time Classification of Inspector General and To Amend the Representation Unit from U31 to UK1; To Amend The Salary of the Full-time Classification of Chief of Fire; And To Amend The Salary Of The Part-time Classification Of Senior Aide To Ensure Compliance With The City Of Oakland’s Minimum Wage; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0278 13.11 City ResolutionSubject: Classification Of Police Officer Trainee Exemption From: Human Resources Management Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recommending To The Civil Service Board The Exemption Of The Classification Of Police Officer Trainee From The Operation Of The Civil Service; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0282 13.12 City ResolutionSubject: Library Contract With Innovative Interfaces From: Oakland Public Library Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving The Competitive Multiple-Step Solicitation Process, And Awarding A Contract To Innovative Interfaces, Inc. For The Oakland Public Library Integrated Library System, Including Computer Hardware And Software And Maintenance Services For A Five Year Term In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,250,000): On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Non-Consent   Not available Not available
21-0281 13.13 City ResolutionSubject: The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Safe And Seamless Mobility Quick Strike Program From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To: 1) Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Up To Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) In Grant Funds From The Metropolitan Transportation Commission Safe And Seamless Mobility Quick Strike Program For The East Bay Greenway Segment II ($1,000,000) And 14th Street Complete Streets Project ($1,000,000); And 2) Agree To Comply With The Terms Of The Surplus Land Act - Assembly Bill 2135 (California Government Code § 54220, Et Seq.), As Exists Now Or May Be Amended In The Future; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0283 13.14 City ResolutionSubject: Transportation Development Act, TDA, Article 3 Funds In Fiscal Year 2021-22 From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Up To Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ($700,000.00) In Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 State Transportation Development Act,( TDA) Article 3 Funds As Follows: (1) East 20th Street Stairpath Rehabilitation, One Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000); (2) Burr, Wilson And Palmer Stair Path Rehabilitation Project, One Hundred And Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($115,000); (3) Foothill Blvd Pedestrian Safety Improvements, Three Hundred And Sixty Thousand Dollars ($360,000); (4) Cityracks Bicycle Parking Program, Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000); On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0285 13.15 City ResolutionSubject: Guaranteed Income Support From: Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Expressing Support For Programs That Provide For A Guaranteed Income Within The City Of Oakland   Not available Not available
21-0286 13.16 City ResolutionSubject: Municipal Clerk’s Week 2021 From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring May 2, 2021 Through May 8, 2021 Municipal Clerk’s Week In The City Of Oakland And Honoring Oakland City Clerk Asha Reed And Her Staff; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda As A Ceremonial   Not available Not available
21-0267 13.17 City ResolutionSubject: OPD Automated License Plate Reader Privacy Policy and Options From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt One Of The Following Policy Options: 1) Adopt A Resolution Approving The Oakland Police Department (OPD) Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) Surveillance Use Policy (SUP) And Surveillance Impact Report (SIR); Or   Not available Not available
21-0268 1  City Resolution2) Adopt A Resolution That Within 30 Days Of The Date Below, The Chief Of Police Shall Certify In Writing To The City Council And The Privacy Advisory Commission (PAC) That ALPR Use Has Been Terminated; On The May 4, 2021 City Council Agenda On Non Consent   Not available Not available
21-0279 13.18 City ResolutionSubject: OPD ShotSpotter Contract From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To 1) Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Shotspotter, Inc. For Gunshot Location Detection Service Coverage, Subject To The Availability Of Funds And Approval By The City Council Of The Funds In The Oakland Police Department's Baseline BudgetProposal, For: A. Oakland Police Department (OPD) Shotspotter Geographic Area “Phase I” For April 19, 2020 Through June 30, 2020 For Nineteen Thousand, Four Hundred Forty-Eight Dollars ($19,448); B. OPD Shotspotter Areas Phases I, II, And III, From July 1, 2020 To June 30, 2021, For An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Seventy-Two Thousand, Five Hundred Sixty-Two Dollars ($572,562); C. OPD Shotspotter Areas Phase I, II, And III, From July 1, 2021 To June 30, 2022, For An Amount Not To Exceed Six Hundred One Thousand, One Hundred Ninety Dollars ($601,190); D. OPD Shotspotter Areas Phase I, II, And III, From July 1, 2022 To June 30, 2023, For An Amount Not To Exceed Six Hundred Thirt   Not available Not available
21-0284 13.19 City ResolutionSubject: Prop. 68 Statewide Park Grant Non-Profit Partner Applications From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The Trust For Public Lands (“TPL”) To Apply For And Accept Grant Funds From The Proposition 68 - California Statewide Park Development And Community Revitalization Program Grant On Behalf Of The City As A Project Partner, For An Amount Not-To-Exceed Eight Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($8,500,000.00) For Verdese Carter Park Improvements, and 2) Authorizing The Friends Of Peralta Hacienda Historical Park (“Friends”) To Apply For And Accept Grant Funds From The Proposition 68 - California Statewide Park Development And Community Revitalization Program Grant On Behalf Of The City As A Project Partner, For An Amount Not-To-Exceed Eight Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($8,500,000.00) For Peralta Hacienda Historical Park Coolidge House Renovation And Park Improvements, and 3) Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Designee, To Negotiate And Enter Into An Agreement Each With Friends and TPL (“Applicant”) For The A   Not available Not available
21-0288 13.20 City ResolutionSubject: On-Call Special Inspection Contract Award From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Contracts For On-Call For Special Inspection And Testing Services In An Amount Not-To-Exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00) Each To: 1) Applied Materials & Engineering, Inc., 2) Biggs Cardosa Associates, Inc., 3) Construction Testing Services, Inc., 4) ENGEO, Inc., And 5) Inspection Services, Inc., For A Term Of 3 Years; On The May 18, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent   Not available Not available
21-0139 33.21 City ResolutionSubject: PMAM False Alarm Management Contract From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To: 1) Award A Contract To PMAM Corporation For The Administration Of The False Alarm Reduction Program For Two (2) Years, Plus Three (3) Discretionary One-Year Extensions, For One Hundred Ninety Six Thousand And Twenty Dollars ($196,020) Per Year For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed Nine Hundred Eighty Thousand One Hundred Dollars ($980,100); And 2) Appropriate Said Funds From The False Alarm Fund (2411) Balance For The Administration Of The False Alarm Reduction Program   Not available Not available
21-0198 23.22 Informational ReportSubject: Bi-Annual Crime Data Report: 2020 Part Two From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Receive A Bi-Annual Informational Report From The Oakland Police Department (OPD) On Crime Data In The City Of Oakland For 2020 With A Focus On The Second Half Of The Year   Not available Not available
21-0217 23.23 City ResolutionSubject: Reimagining Public Safety Task Force Recommendations From: Council President Fortunato Bas And Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendations From The Reimagining Public Safety Task Force For The Council’s Consideration Per Resolution No. 88269, Which Created The Reimagining Public Safety Task Force To Create A Plan To Dramatically Shift Resources From Enforcement And Punishment To Prevention And Wellness For Integration In The Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-23 Budget   Not available Not available
21-0291 1  Informational ReportSubject: City Auditor’s Office Presentation Of Homeless Services Performance Audit From: Office Of The City Auditor Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From City Auditor Regarding Homeless Services Performance Audit   Not available Not available
21-0222 14 Report and RecommendationReview Of Draft Agendas And Review Of Pending Lists For Council And Committee Meetings   Not available Not available
21-0052 3  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 Services   Not available Not available
20-0177 1  Informational ReportSubject: City Attorney Informational Report From: Council President Kaplan Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Office Of The City Attorney, Including The Following Information:1) When A Member Of A City Commission Has A Complaint Of Misconduct By City Personnel, To Whom Should Such A Complaint Be Submitted? Who Will Investigate Such Allegations? To Whom Will Any Result Be Provided For Resolution? 2) When A Member Of The Public Has A Complaint About Alleged Misconduct By The Mayor And/Or Administrator, What Are The Options For The City Council To Take When We Receive Such A Complaint? By Whom Are Such Complaints To Be Investigated And Responded? What Is The Appropriate Method For A Member Of The Public To Submit Such Complaints And To Whom? 3) Does The City Attorneys Office Have A Responsibility To Admonish Other City Elected Officials When There Is A Concern About Violation Of The City Charter? If This Duty Or Power Of The City Attorney Exists - Does This Apply To All City Officers Or Only Specific Ones? 4) Do City Council Members Have An Attorney-Client    Not available Not available
21-0097 1  Informational ReportSubject: Encampment Management Policy Update From: Life Enrichment Committee Recommendation: Receive A Report On The Implementation Updated On The 2020 Encampment Management Policy   Not available Not available
21-0240 16 City ResolutionSubject: Support For AB 937 The VISION Act From: Council President Fortunato Bas, Pro Tem Thao And Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 937 (Carrillo), The Vision Act, Which Would Ensure That Local Law Enforcement And Other City/County Agencies Are Not Engaged With Immigration Enforcement In Any Manner, Unless Required By Federal Or State Law   Not available Not available
21-0242 17 City ResolutionSubject: Support For SB 271 The Sheriff Diversity And Democracy Act From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 271 (Weiner), The Sheriff Diversity And Democracy Act, Which Would Return California To Its Original Constitutional Language For Candidates Seeking The Office Of County Sheriff, Which If Enacted Would No Longer Require Law Enforcement Experience To Seek The Office Of Sheriff And Lead To A Broader Pool Of Eligible Candidates, Ideally With More Diverse Backgrounds And Skill Sets Favoring De-Escalation, Mental Care, And Health Care   Not available Not available