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Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: FINAL
Meeting date/time: 2/17/2022 10:30 AM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: Virtual Tele- Conference Via Zoom
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22-0030 12 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 3, 2022AcceptedPass Action details Not available
22-0112 13.1 Report and RecommendationSubject: Restore The Rights For Just Cause For Eviction For Owner Relative Move-In From: Member Of The Public: Ms. Rush Recommendation: Restore The Rights For Just Cause For Eviction For Owner Relative Move-In. The Blanket Eviction Moratorium Is Allowing Tenants, Not Impacted By COVID, To Capitalize By Attempting To Extort Money. The Uniform Relocation Ordinance Has Set Relocation Payments, Which They Would Normally Receive. Narrow The Eligibility Of Those Protected By The Moratorium For those Who Really Need Protection; As Soon As Possible As A Public HearingWithdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available
22-0124 13.2 City ResolutionSubject: Disparity Study Contract From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Professional Services Contract To Mason Tillman Associates To Conduct A Disparity Study For An Amount Not To Exceed Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($600,000) To Study The City’s Professional Services, Procurement And Construction Contracting Activities For The Period Of July 1, 2016 Through June 30, 2021, And Waiving The Competitive Request For Proposal/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process And Local And Small Local Business Enterprise (L/SLBE) Program RequirementsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0110 13.3 City ResolutionSubject: MacArthur Turn-About From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute An Acquisition And Maintenance Agreement With The City Of San Leandro For The MacArthur Roundabout Project, 2) Approving The Construction Plans For The Project, And 3) Waiving The Project Construction Permit FeesScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0114 13.4 City ResolutionSubject: Supporting Assembly Bill 256 From: President Pro Tempore Thao And President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 256 (Kalra, Kamlager, Rivas, & Santiago), Which Would Extend Rights Provided Under The California Racial Justice Act Of 2020, Which, Among Other Things, Provides Grounds To Have Convictions Or Sentences Reviewed For Evidence Of State Prosecution Based On Race, Ethnicity Or National Origin That Were Entered On Or After January 1, 2021, To Individuals Whose Convictions Or Sentences Were Entered Prior To January 1, 2021Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0120 13.5 City ResolutionSubject: Honoring Coach Michael Peters From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Honor Of Michael Peters For His Contributions As A Recurring Championship Coach For The McClymonds Football Team; And Declaring March 1st As Coach Michael Peters Day In The City Of OaklandScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0121 13.6 City ResolutionSubject: Honoring The McClymonds High School Football Team From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing And Honoring The McClymonds High School Warriors Football Team For Winning The 2021 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) State Division 3-A ChampionshipScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0118 13.7 City ResolutionSubject: CDCR Contract For Golden State Works And Grant Agreement With CEO From: Department Of Violence Prevention Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Enter Into A Three-Year Agreement With California Department Of Corrections And Rehabilitation (CDCR) And Accept And Appropriate Approximately Three Million Nine Hundred Fifty-Six Thousand Five Hundred Twenty-Two Dollars ($3,956,522) Annually To Implement Golden State Works Transitional Employment And Job Placement Services For Oakland Residents On Parole; And 2) Renew The Agreement With CDCR And Accept And Appropriate Up To Four Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,500,000) For A Fourth Year Of Funding If Available; And 3) Enter Into A Three-Year Grant Agreement With Center For Employment Opportunities (CEO), In An Annual Amount Not To Exceed Three Million Seven Hundred Eighty-One Thousand Five Hundred Seventy-Two Dollars ($3,781,572) To Provide Job Placement Services, For A Total Amount Not To Exceed Eleven Million Three Hundred Forty-Four Thousand Seven Hundred Sixteen DScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0109 23.8 City ResolutionSubject: Acceptance Of The National Endowment For The Arts Grant From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To: Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds From The National Endowment For The Arts In The Total Amount Of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars To Support “The Cultural Economies Of Belonging: Jobs, Network And Catalysts” Grant Opportunity For Oakland Cultural Organizations; And Authorize The City Administrator To Enter Into An Agreement With The National Endowment For The Arts To Receive Said FundsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0113 13.9 City ResolutionSubject: Travel Authorization For Councilmember Gallo To National League Of Cities’ From: Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The Travel And Reimbursement Of Councilmember Noel Gallo’s Travel To Washington DC For Attendance At The National League Of Cities’ Congressional City Conference From March 11, 2022 Through March 19, 2022 In The Amount Of $4,538.00 In Travel Costs From The Council Contingency Fund For TravelScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0115 13.10 City ResolutionSubject: Sanitary Sewer Sub-Basin 82-005 Rehabilitation Project 1004845 Phase 1 From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Further Advertising And Competitive Bidding, Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For An Amount Not To Exceed Four Million Two Hundred Seventy-Two Thousand Five Hundred And Nine Dollars ($4,272,509.00) In The Open Market For Sanitary Sewer Sub- Basin 82-005 Rehabilitation (Project No. 1004845, Phase 1) In Accordance With Plans And Specifications And With All Of The City’s Contracting Programs Such As Local And Small Local Enterprise Requirements; And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0122 13.11 City ResolutionSubject: Oakland’s Race And Gender Disparity Study From: Vice Mayor Kaplan, President Bas, Pro Temp Thao, Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Advance Equity And Better Understand Disparities Between The Availability And Utilization Of Black, Indigenous, And People Of Color, And Women Owned Businesses In The City Of Oakland By Adopting The Updated 2019 Race And Gender Disparity Study Conducted By Mason Tillman Associates LTD And Direct The City Administration To Implement The Recommendations To Remedy The Disparities Illustrated Within The StudyScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0123 13.12 City ResolutionSubject: Youth Ventures Joint Powers Authority Appointment From: Council President Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing City Administrator Ed Reiskin To The Board Of Trustees Of The Youth Ventures Joint Powers Authority To Replace And Complete The Term Of Chief Of Police LeRonne ArmstrongScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0116 13.13 Informational ReportSubject: Report On Expenditure Of Measure W And Measure Q Funds From: Councilmember Fife And Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Receive An Information Report From The City Administrator Detailing How The Vacant Property Tax Act (Measure W) And Oakland Parks And Recreation Preservation, Litter Reduction, And Homeless Support Act (Parks Measure Q) Revenues Have Been Spent Since The City Began Collecting Revenues On Both Measures, Including A Breakdown Of All Programs, Projects, And Services Funded By Revenues From These Measures; And Information Regarding The Most Current Fund Balance In Fund 2270 And Fund 2244 And How Much Of The Available Monies Can Be Directed Towards Efforts To Assist Our Homeless PopulationsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0117 13.14 Informational ReportSubject: OPD’s Use Of Critical Incident Videos LLC Informational Report From: Councilmember Kalb Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Oakland Police Department (OPD) Describing OPD’s Use Of The Company Critical Incident Videos LLC (CIV), Including, But Not Limited To, Cost Per Video, OPD’s Involvement In The Editing Process, The Role Of City Leadership Or OPD Oversight Bodies In Editing Or Review, How OPD Decides When To Release The CIV Vidoes, And The Timing Of OPD’s Release Of Raw Video FootageScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0119 13.15 Informational ReportSubject: Study Session On The General Plan Update From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Presentation On (A) Key Background Conditions Presented In The Map Atlas And The Environmental Justice And Racial Equity Baseline; (B) The Environmental Justice Communities Screening Analysis; And (C) Community Engagement And Outreach Received; And (D) The Vision, Guiding Principles And Equity Framework For The General Plan Update To Guide Baseline General Plan Policy DevelopmentScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0111 14 Report and RecommendationReview Of Draft Agendas And Review Of Pending Lists For Council And Committee Meetings   Action details Not available
16-0618 1  City ResolutionSubject: Lead Hazard Prevention And Control To Eliminate Lead Hazards And Prevent Lead Poisoning From: Vice Mayor Annie Campbell Washington Recommendation: Adopt An City Of Oakland Lead Hazard Prevention And Control Ordinance To Eliminate Lead Hazards And Prevent Lead Poisoning Through Lead-Safe Housing, Ensuring Lead-Safe Work Practices, And Mandate Lead Testing In Children Between The Ages Of 9 And 12 Months And 24 To 36 Months Of Age By Requiring: (1) Renovators To Use Lead- Safe Work Practices When Disturbing Lead Paint With Specific Lead Concentrations; (2) Visual Verification By Inspectors Depending On The Lead Concentrations And The Quantities Of Paint Being Disturbed, Lead Dust Clearances May Also Be Required; (3) Property Owners To Correct Lead Hazards In Pre-1979 Buildings After A Notice Of Lead Hazard; (4) Home Improvement/Water Pressure Equipment Rental Stores To Make Available Lead Education Material To Customers; (5) Childcare Facilities And Elementary Schools To Obtain Proof Of Blood Lead Testing At Enrollment In Pre-School And KindergartenWithdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available
22-0091 1  City ResolutionSubject: 2022 As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Waiving Further Advertising, Competitive Bidding, And Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Award Construction Contracts To 1) Gallagher & Burk 2) Mcguire & Hester And 3) O.C. Jones & Sons Provided That All Meet The Contractor’s Bid Schedule Of The Lowest Responsible Bid Of Gallagher & Burk, For As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project Number 1006103) In Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Lowest Responsible Bidder In Accordance With Contractor’s Bid In An Amount Not To Exceed Thirteen Million, Six Hundred Fifty-Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars ($13,657,500.00) Each, Without Return To Council, And 4) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings;* Withdrawn and Rescheduled  Action details Not available
22-0092 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract For As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project 1006104) To Gallagher & Burk, The Lowest Responsible Bidder, In Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And Contractor’s Bid In An Amount Not To Exceed Thirteen Million, Six Hundred Fifty-Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars ($13,657,500.00), Without Return To Council, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings, And* Withdrawn and Rescheduled  Action details Not available
22-0093 2  City Resolution3) A Resolution And Awarding A Construction Contract For As-Needed Pavement Rehabilitation Services (Project 1006105) To Gallagher & Burk, The Lowest Responsible Bidder, In Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And Contractor’s Bid In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Million, Seventy-Two Thousand, Five Hundred And Thirty Dollars ($5,072,530.00), Without Return To Council, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA ) Findings* Withdrawn and Rescheduled  Action details Not available