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Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 6/2/2022 10:30 AM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: Virtual Tele- Conference Via Zoom
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22-0447 12 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 19, 2022AcceptedPass Action details Not available
22-0435 13.1 Informational ReportSubject: New Construction Notice Of Funding Availability FY 2021-22 From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The City’s 2021-22 Affordable Housing Notice Of Funding Availability; And Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation;Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0436 2  City Resolution1) A Resolution Authorizing Affordable Housing Development Loans In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $30,561,000 For The Following Affordable Housing New Construction Projects: 3050 International (3050 International Boulevard), Longfellow Corner (3801-3807 & 3823-3829 Martin Luther King Jr. Way), 34th & San Pablo (3419-3431 San Pablo Avenue), Agnes Memorial Senior Housing (2372 International Boulevard), And 500 Lake Park Apartments (500 Lake Park Avenue) [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0437 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Appropriating $1,577,870.14 From Funding Reimbursed To The City By The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development’s Housing Development Grant Program To Housing Development Activities; AndScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0438 1  City Resolution3) A Resolution Amending City Council Resolution No. 88765 C.M.S. Authorizing Affordable Housing Development Loans To The Friendship Senior Housing And The Phoenix Projects To Change The Funding Sources For A Portion Of The Loans To Include Allocations From The California Department Of Housing And Community Development’s Local Housing Trust Fund ProgramScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0469 13.2 City ResolutionSubject: Recognizing Black Daddy: The Movie From: Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing Damon Jamal Taylor And Other Local Artists On Their Award Winning Documentary “Black Daddy: The Movie” And Supporting The Film’s Premiere On Fathers Day Weekend June 17 Through June 19, 2022Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0485 13.3 OrdinanceSubject: Special Events Ordinance Amendments From: Economic Workforce And Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation; 1) An Ordinance Amending (1) Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 9.52 (The Special Events Permitting Ordinance) To Transfer Responsibilities From The Oakland Police Department (OPD) To Civilian Staff, Amend Security Protocols, Create Tiers For Differing Events, Streamline The Permit Review Process And Amend The Appeals Process And (2) Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 12.08 (The Encroachments Ordinance) To Align With The Changes To Chapter 9.52;Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0486 1  Ordinance2) An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 5.52 (Private Patrol Services And Private Watchman Ordinance) To Update Language In Compliance With The City’s Gender-Inclusive Language Policy Including Changing The Term “Watchman” To “Guard”; AndScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0487 1  Ordinance3) An Ordinance Amending The City Of Oakland Master Fee Schedule (Adopted By Ordinance No. 13678 C.M.S., As Amended) To Modify City Of Oakland Special Event Permit FeesScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0446 33.4 City ResolutionSubject: Charter Amendment Ballot Measure Regarding Non-Gendered Language From: Office Of The City Attorney, Council President Fortunato Bas, Councilmember Gallo, Reid, And Kalb Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters For The November 8, 2022, General Municipal Election A Measure That, Pursuant To Council Resolution No. 88320 C.M.S., Would Amend The City Charter In Its Entirety To: (1) Replace Gender-Specific Language With Gender-Inclusive Language, In Recognition That Women And Non-Binary Persons As Well As Men, Hold Positions As City Officers And City Staff; And (2) Delete Articles XIV And XV Pertaining To Obsolete Retirement Systems For Police Officers And Firefighters, Respectively; And Directing The City Clerk To Fix The Date For Submission Of Arguments And Provide For Notice And Publication, And Take Any And All Actions Necessary Under Law To Prepare For And Conduct The November 8, 2022, General Municipal Election* Withdrawn and Rescheduled  Action details Not available
22-0470 13.5 City ResolutionSubject: Non-Citizen Voting Measure To The November 8, 2022 General Election From: Councilmembers Kalb And Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters At The November 8, 2022 General Municipal Election, An Amendment To Article XI (Elections) Of The Charter Of The City Of Oakland To Add Section 1107 To Provide For Voting By Noncitizen Residents Who Are The Parents, Legal Guardians, Or Legally Recognized Caregivers Of A Child Residing In Oakland To Vote For The Office Of School Board Director On The Oakland Unified School District Board, And Directing The City Clerk To Take All Actions Necessary Under Law To Submit This Item To The November 8, 2022 General ElectionScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0363 33.6 City ResolutionSubject: On-Call Planning Support Services From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate, Award And Execute A Professional Services Agreement With Interwest Consulting Group In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) For On-Call Planning Permit Support Services On An As-Needed Basis, For A Period Of Eighteen Months, With An Option For The City Administrator To Enter Into A Contract Extension For An Additional Six Months In An Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000) Without Returning To City Council, While Waiving The City's Local/Small Local Business (L/SLBE) Program Requirements; And (2) Appropriating One Million Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,350,000) From The Development Services Fund (Fund 2415) Balance To Fund Both The Contract Awarded To Interwest Consulting Group And City Administrator Optional Contract Extension To Provide On-Call Planning Permit Support Services On An As-Needed Basis; And (3) Making Appropriate California EnvironmScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0475 23.7 City ResolutionSubject: Caltrans Clean California Maintenance Agreement And Grant From: Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces of Legislation; 1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1) Accept And Appropriate Clean California Grant Funds To Oakland Public Works For Six Hundred Forty Thousand Dollars ($640,000) Per Year For Two Years For A Total Of $1,280,000 From The California Department Of Transportation (Caltrans); And (2) Execute A Two- Year, Clean California Maintenance Agreement Between Caltrans And The City Of Oakland (City) To Provide Litter, Bulky Waste, And Homeless Encampment Debris Removal Services To Caltrans’ In The State Of California’s Rights Of Way In The City; AndScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0478 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution: (1) Amending And Extending The Term Of The As-Needed Contract With The Beautification Council By Fourteen (14) Months From April 30, 2023, To June 30, 2024; (2) Increasing The Contract Amount By One Million Two Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($1,280,000) For A Total Not To Exceed Contract Amount Of Two Million Eight Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($2,880,000); And (3) Waiving Further Advertising And Competitive Request For Proposal/Qualification Selection And Local Business/Small Local Business Participation RequirementsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0477 13.8 City ResolutionSubject: Objective Design Standards And Project Review Streamlining From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate, Award And Execute A Professional Services Agreement To Dyett & Bhatia In An Amount Not To Exceed Seven Hundred And Twenty Thousand Dollars ($720,000) That Includes Sixty-Four Thousand And Five Hundred Dollars ($64,500) Contingency Amount For A Period Of Approximately One Year For Providing Technical Expertise In The Creation Of Project Review Streamlining Procedures And Objective Design Standards; And (2) Requesting To Use Three Hundred And Seventy Thousand Dollars ($370,000) From The Development Services Fund (Fund 2415) Balance To Finance A Portion Of The Contract Awarded To Dyett And Bhatia To Provide Technical Expertise In The Creation Of Project Review Streamlining Procedures And Objective Design Standards; And (3) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0484 13.9 OrdinanceSubject: Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13647 C.M.S. From: Workplace And Employment Standards Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13647, Which Amended Certification Requirements In Oakland’s Local And Small Local Business Enterprise (L/SLBE) Program, To Revise And Correct Certification Requirements [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0491 13.10 City ResolutionSubject: Celebrating Director Ryan Russo For His Service To The City Of Oakland From: Council President Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Celebrating Oakland Transportation Department Director Ryan Russo For His Service To The City Of OaklandScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0493 13.11 City ResolutionSubject: Calling On Microsoft Corporation To Allow Users To Designate Pronouns From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Calling On Microsoft Corporation To Allow Users To Designate Their Personal Pronouns In Their Microsoft Teams’ User ProfilesScheduled  Action details Not available
21-0677 23.12 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Honoring Doryanna M. Moreno From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring And Commending Doryanna M. Moreno For Over 33 Years Of Exemplary Service To The City Of OaklandScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0480 13.13 City ResolutionSubject: Housing Accelerator Program Award From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation; 1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Of Oakland, A California Municipal Corporation, To Enter Into, Execute, And Deliver A Housing Accelerator Standard Agreement From The California Department Of Housing And Community Development For The Ancora Place Affordable Housing Project Located At 2227-2257 International Boulevard To Be Developed By Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (“SAHA”) In An Amount Not To Exceed Thirty-Eight Million Six Hundred Twenty-Eight Thousand Eight Hundred Sixty-Seven Dollars ($38,628,867); AndScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0482 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Of Oakland, A California Municipal Corporation, To Enter Into, Execute, And Deliver A Housing Accelerator Standard Agreement From The California Department Of Housing And Community Development For The West Grand & Brush, Phase 1 Affordable Housing Project Located At 2201 Brush Street To Be Developed By East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (“EBALDC”) And Allied Housing, Inc. In An Amount Not To Exceed Twenty-Five Million Six Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Five Hundred Seventeen Dollars ($25,675,517)Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0494 13.14 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Honoring Dondria L. Morgan From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring And Commending Dondria L. Morgan For Over 21 Years Of Dedicated Service To The City Of OaklandScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0488 13.15 Informational ReportSubject: Fees Annual Report For Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-21 And Five-Year Impact Fee Review And Update Reports From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Receive The Annual Report On The Affordable Housing, Transportation, Capital Improvements, And Jobs/Housing Impact Fees For Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-21; And The Five-Year Impact Fee Review And Updated Reports For Affordable Housing, Transportation, Capital Improvements, And Jobs/Housing Impact FeesScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0476 13.16 City ResolutionSubject: Year-One Report On The Safe Oakland Streets Initiative From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Oakland Department Of Transportation, The City Administrator’s Office, The Oakland Police Department, And The Department Of Race And Equity Regarding Progress On The Safe Oakland Streets Initiative In Year One And Priority Focus Areas For Year TwoScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0483 13.17 City ResolutionSubject: Reaffirming The Existing Limits On The Parking Of Recreational Vehicles (RVs) And Other Oversized Vehicles From: Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Reaffirming The Existing Oakland “Good Neighbor” Limits On The Parking Of Recreational Vehicles (RVs) And Other Oversized Vehicles As Defined In The Encampment Management Policy And The Oakland Municipal Code And Calling On The City Administration To Enforce These Regulations And Policies In A Timely FashionScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0492 13.18 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Honoring Jennifer Logue From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Congratulating Jennifer Logue On Appointment As City Attorney For The City Of Mountain View And Expressing Profound Gratitude For Jennifer Logue’s Stellar Service To The City Of Oakland As A Deputy City Attorney In The Litigation Division And As The Supervising Attorney For The General Government & Finance Unit In The Advisory Division Of The Oakland City Attorney’s OfficeScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0378 33.19 City ResolutionSubject: OFCY FY2022-2023 Grant Awards From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute Grant Agreements Between The City Of Oakland And Various Non-Profit And Public Agencies To Provide Direct Services For Children And Youth In An Amount Not To Exceed Nineteen Million Forty-Two Thousand Three Hundred Eighty-Two Dollars ($19,042,382) For Fiscal Year 2022-2023, With An Option To Approve One-Year Grant Renewals In Fiscal Years 2023-2024 And 2024-2025 Pending Council Approval [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0417 23.20 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Declaring Racism A Public Health Crisis From: City Attorney Barbara J. Parker, City Administrator Edward D. Reiskin, Department Of Race And Equity Director Darlene Flynn, President Pro Tem Sheng Thao, And Councilmembers Carroll Fife, Treva Reid, And Loren Taylor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring Racism A Public Health Crisis And Reaffirming The City’s Commitment To Advancing Racial Equity By: (1) Taking Into Account How The City Can Achieve Equity In City Of Oakland, In All Aspects Of City Planning, Policymaking, Laws, Contracting, And Hiring; (2) Approving A Non-Comprehensive Roadmap Of Next Steps That The City Will Take To Advance Racial Equity And Reduce Alarming Health Disparities In Oakland; And (3) Providing Funding In The Mid-Cycle Budget For A Data Analyst And Consulting Services In An Amount Not To Exceed $350,000 To Support The City And The Department Of Race And Equity To Advance Necessary Improvements In Systems For Collecting And Processing Data To Track Performance And Equity ProgressScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0431 23.21 City ResolutionSubject: Endorsing Community-Wide Home Together Plan From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Endorsing The Home Together 2026 Implementation Plan, A Community-Wide Plan For Alameda County, Which Lays Out The Goals, Strategies, And Investments Needed To Dramatically Reduce Homelessness And Reduce Racial Disparities In The Homeless Population By 2026Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0430 23.22 Informational ReportSubject: Oakland HHAP-3 Application/ Local Action Plan From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The City’s Homeless Housing Assistance And Prevention Three (HHAP-3) Application For State Funding Which Includes Countywide System Performance Goals And The Oakland Local Action Plan For FY 2022-23 Homelessness Funding Reflecting The Countywide Home Together Plan And Equity Systems ModelingScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0442 13.23 Informational ReportSubject: OUSD Office Of ELLMA From: Councilmembers Kalb And Reid Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Programs And Services Provided By The Oakland Unified School District’s (OUSD) Office Of English Language Learner And Multilingual Achievement (ELLMA)Received and Filed  Action details Not available
22-0445 13.24 Informational ReportSubject: Non-Citizen Voting Measure From: Councilmember Kalb And Reid Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On A Non-Citizen Voting Measure Which Would Allow Noncitizen Residents Who Are The Parents, Legal Guardians, Or Legally Recognized Caregivers Of A Child Residing In Oakland To Vote For The Office Of School Board Director On The Oakland Unified School District BoardReceived and Filed  Action details Not available
22-0340 33.25 City ResolutionSubject: Acceptance And Appropriation Of Caltrans Funds From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To (1) Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not-To-Exceed Two Million Thirty-Three Thousand Five Hundred Seventy-Five Dollars ($2,033,575.00) From The California Department Of Transportation Clean California Local Grant Program (CCLGP) To Implement The Courtland Creek Restoration Project (Courtland Project); (2) Enter Into A Restricted CCLGP Grant Agreement With The California Department Of Transportation (Caltrans) To Implement The Courtland Project (No. 1005340); (3) Accept And Appropriate Caltrans Funds In An Amount Not-To-Exceed One Hundred Ninety Thousand Dollars ($190,000.00) To Implement The Courtland Project As Mitigation For Its Union Pacific Railroad Lake Merritt Channel Bridge Replacement Project (Caltrans Project), (4) Enter Into A Contractual Agreement With Caltrans To Implement The Courtland Project Utilizing Caltrans Project Mitigation FuScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0341 3  City Resolution2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To (1) Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not-To-Exceed Four Million Nine Hundred Ninety-Two Thousand Three Hundred Eighty Dollars ($4,992,380.00) From The California Department Of Transportation Clean California Local Grant Program (CCLGP) To Implement The Oakland Mini Parks Beautification Project; (2) Enter Into A Restricted CCLGP Grant Agreement With The California Department Of Transportation To Implement The Mini Parks Beautification Project; And (3) Adopt Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0366 33.26 City ResolutionSubject: Hoover Library Feasibility Study Consultant Award From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Awarding A Professional Services Agreement For Architectural Design Services To Blink!Lab Architecture For An Amount Not-To-Exceed Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($400,000.00) To Prepare A Feasibility Study For A New Hoover Branch Library (Project No. 1004856), With An Option To Amend Blink!Lab Architecture’s Agreement To Provide Grant Support Services For An Amount Not-To-Exceed Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) Upon Identification Of Additional Funding; 2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Future Grant Funds To Support The Design And Construction Of A New Hoover Branch Library; And 3) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0367 33.27 City ResolutionSubject: Main Library Feasibility Study Consultant Award From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Awarding A Professional Services Agreement For Architectural Design Services To Esherick Homsey Dodge And Davis, Architects (EHDD) For An Amount Not-To-Exceed Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($600,000.00) To Prepare A Feasibility Study For An Expanded Or Relocated Main Library (Project No. 1004858), With An Option To Amend EHDD’S Agreement To Provide Grant Support Services For An Amount Not-To-Exceed Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($400,000.00) Upon Identification Of Additional Funding; 2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Future Grant Funds To Support The Design And Construction Of An Expanded Or Relocated Main Library; And 3) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0119 43.28 Informational ReportSubject: Study Session On The General Plan Update From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Presentation On Key Background Conditions Presented In The Map Atlas And The Environmental Justice And Racial Equity Baseline; And (B) Presentation On The Environmental Justice Communities Screening Analysis; And (C) Presentation On Community Engagement And Outreach Received; And (D) Receive Public Comments And Provide Initial Feedback To Staff On The Vision, Guiding Principles And Equity Framework For The General Plan Update To Guide Baseline General Plan Policy Development And (E) Receive Public Comments And Provide Feedback To Staff On The Draft Housing Element; And (F) Continue This Item To The June 28, 2022, CED Meeting To Review The Draft Equity FrameworkContinued  Action details Not available
22-0363 23.29 City ResolutionSubject: On-Call Planning Support Services From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate, Award And Execute A Professional Services Agreement With Interwest Consulting Group In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) For On-Call Planning Permit Support Services On An As-Needed Basis, For A Period Of Eighteen Months, With An Option For The City Administrator To Enter Into A Contract Extension For An Additional Six Months In An Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000) Without Returning To City Council, While Waiving The City's Local/Small Local Business (L/SLBE) Program Requirements; And (2) Appropriating One Million Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,350,000) From The Development Services Fund (Fund 2415) Balance To Fund Both The Contract Awarded To Interwest Consulting Group And City Administrator Optional Contract Extension To Provide On-Call Planning Permit Support Services On An As-Needed Basis; And (3) Making Appropriate California EnvironmScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0376 23.30 OrdinanceSubject: Amend Rent Adjustment Ordinance To Establish Residential Rental Registry From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Rent Adjustment Ordinance (O.M.C. 8.22.010 Et Seq) And The Just Cause For Eviction Ordinance (O.M.C. 8.22.300 Et Seq) To (1) Create An Annual Requirement For Residential Rental Units In Which Rental Property Owners Of Units Subject To The Rent Program Service Fee Shall Be Required To Report Rent And Other Tenancy Information, As Set Forth In Section 8.22.520, (2) Require Owners To Provide Evidence Of Complying With Residential Rental Registration Requirement When Filing Rent Increase Petitions Or Responses To Tenant Petitions And (3) To Provide As A Tenant’s Affirmative Defense In An Eviction Action The Property Owner’s Failure To Comply With Registration Requirements Outlined In O.M.C. 8.22.510Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0402 23.31 City ResolutionSubject: CalOES Grant For ADU Legalization Feasibility Assessments From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Up To Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($600,000) In Prepare California Jumpstart Program Funds From The California Governor’s Office Of Emergency Services (CALOES) To Provide Feasibility Assessments To Encourage The Legalization Of Accessory Dwelling Units 2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Contract With Qualified Consultants To Provide The Feasibility AssessmentsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0379 13.32 Informational ReportSubject: Emerald New Deal Healing And Reparations Fund From: Councilmember Taylor, Reid And Gallo Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Emerald New Deal Healing And Reparations Fund Proposed To (A) Establish The “Emerald New Deal Fund”, A Fund Of The City Of Oakland, To Provide Community And Economic Development Services And/Or Programs That Address The Racially Inequitable Impacts Of The War On Drugs On Individuals, Families, And Communities In Our City; (B) Deposit The Revenue Of The Cannabis Business Tax Into The Hereby Established “Emerald New Deal Fund”; And (C) Establish An “Emerald New Deal Fund Oversight Commission” As A Commission Of The City Of Oakland To Recommend Strategic Investments Of The Emerald New Deal FundReceived and Filed  Action details Not available
22-0448 14 Report and RecommendationReview Of Draft Agendas And Review Of Pending Lists For Council And Committee MeetingsAccepted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
22-0311 2  OrdinanceSubject: City Of Oakland 22-2023 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes - Ordinance From: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Providing For The Borrowing Of Funds And The Issuance And Sale Of 2022-2023 Notes Payable From Revenues Received During The Fiscal Year 2022-2023 In An Amount Not To Exceed $165,000,000 And Approving Certain Related MattersScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0443 1  City ResolutionSubject: HHAP And Measure Q Homelessness Funding Report FY 2022-2023 From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution: (1) Awarding Grant Agreements And Professional Services Agreements To The Homeless Service Providers Identified In Tables 1 And 2 For Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-2023 Using State Of California Homeless, Housing, Assistance And Prevention (HHAP) Funds And Local Measure Q Funding; And (2) Awarding Professional Services Agreements To Two Consultants Identified In Tables 1 And 2 To Support Homeless Services Providers For FY 2022-2024 Using HHAP Funds And Local Measure Q Funds; And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Move Measure Q And HHAP Funding Between The Above Agreements, If Needed, To Ensure Timely Spend Down Of Time Limited Funds, Subject To Any Applicable Funding Regulations And Requirements; And (4) Authorizing Payments In The Amount Of Up To $40,000 Per Year For FY 2022-2023 And FY 2023-2024 To Lease The Matilda Cleveland Family Transitional Housing Program Building, Located At 8314 MaScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0444 3  City Resolution2) A Resolution Waiving The Local/Small Local Enterprise Business Requirement And Awarding Professional Service Agreements To Four (4) Providers Identified In Table 1 For The Provision Of Hygiene Services At Homeless Encampments And Other Program Sites In An Amount Not To Exceed $750,000 Per Service Provider And Not To Exceed $3,000,000 Total For Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-23 Using General Purpose Funds And State Of California Homeless, Housing, Assistance And Prevention (HHAP) Funds [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0354 1  Informational ReportSubject: Small Business Roundtable Recommendations And Co-Op Businesses From: Councilmember Fife And Council President Bas Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendation From The City Administrator On Implementation Of The Recommendations From The 2017 Small Business Roundtable Task Force, Including An Update On What Actions Have Been Taken In Line With The Recommendations Regarding Small Business Support And Services; And An Update On The 2015 Resolution In Support Of Worker Cooperatives In The City Of OaklandScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0351 1  Informational ReportSubject: Informational Report On The Provisional Tax Exemption Or Tax Reduction For Certain Owner-Occupied Residential Rental Properties From: Council President Bas And Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendation From The Finance Department On Ordinance No. 13579 C.M.S. Which Provides A Provisional Tax Exemption Or Tax Reduction For Certain Owner-Occupied Residential Rental Properties Under Certain Conditions, Including Information On Outreach And ImplementationScheduled  Action details Not available
20-0077 2  Informational ReportSubject: Negotiated Settlement Agreement (NSA) Bi-Monthly Update From: The Public Safety Committee Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Progress Of The Oakland Police Department's Compliance With The Negotiated Settlement Agreement (NSA)Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0400 16 City ResolutionSubject: Mayor’s Appointment To The Police Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Karely Ordaz To The Police Commission As An Alternate CommissionerApproved the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available
22-0410 17 City ResolutionSubject: Article 34 Authorization To Develop, Construct, Or Acquire Low Rent Social Housing From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters At The General Municipal Election On November 8, 2022, A Proposed Ordinance To Authorize The City Of Oakland To Develop, Construct, Or Acquire Up To 13,000 Low Rent Social Housing Units In The City Under Article 34 Of The California Constitution, And Directing The City Clerk To Take Any And All Actions Necessary Under Law To Prepare For And Conduct The November 8, 2022, General Municipal ElectionApproved the Recommendation of Staff, and ForwardPass Action details Not available