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Meeting Name: Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency / City Council / Geologic Hazard Abatement District Board Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 7/5/2022 12:00 PM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: Virtual Tele- Conference Via Zoom
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22-0467 12.1 City ResolutionSubject: Confirming The Assessment For The Kenilworth Development From: Oakland Area GHAD Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Confirming Assessment And Authorizing The Levy And Collection Of The Assessment For The Kenilworth Development Within The Oakland Area Geologic Hazard Abatement DistrictAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0588 12.2 City ResolutionSubject: Public Hearing On Annexation Of The Oak Knoll Development Into The Oakland Area GHAD And Adopting The Oak Knoll Plan Of Control From: Oakland Area GHAD Manager Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Approving The Annexation Of The Oak Knoll Project Into The Oakland Area Geologic Hazard Abatement District And Adopt The Oak Knoll Plan Of ControlAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0563 12.3 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
22-0564 12.4 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
22-0565 12.5 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
22-0566 12.6 City ResolutionSubject: Teleconference Meetings Of The City Council From: Office Of The City Administrator’s Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Determination That Conducting In-Person Meetings Of The City Council And Its Committees Would Present Imminent Risks To Attendees’ Health, And Electing To Continue Conducting Meetings Using Teleconferencing In Accordance With California Government Code Section 54953(E), A Provision Of AB-361AdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0527 12.7 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Recognizing Chanée Franklin-Minor For Outstanding Service From: City Attorney Barbara J. Parker, City Administrator Ed Reiskin And Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Chanée Franklin Minor For Her Outstanding Service To The City Of Oakland As Manager Of The City’s Rent Adjustment ProgramAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0492 12.8 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 OfficeAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0155 52.9 OrdinanceSubject: Lake Merritt Parking Management Plan From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Amending Oakland Municipal Code: (A) Section 10.36.140 To Add The Following Streets To The List Of Approved Parking Meter Zones: Bellevue Avenue From Perkins Street To Grand Avenue, Lakeshore Avenue From Macarthur Boulevard To Lake Merritt Boulevard, Lake Merritt Boulevard From East 12th Street To Oak Street And Lakeside Drive From 17th Street To Jackson Street; And (B) Section 10.36.090 To Remove Sundays As Holidays In Support Of Districts That Would Benefit From All Week Parking Meter Management But Restricting Sunday Meters To Only Be Enforced After 12pm; And (C) Sections 10.36.015 And 10.36.020 To Add Pay-By-Plate As A Meter Payment Method; And (2) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsApproved for Final PassagePass Action details Not available
22-0479 22.10 OrdinanceSubject: Salary Ordinance Amendment Including Council Member Salary From: Human Resources Management Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. (“Salary Ordinance”) To: (1) Add The Full-Time Classification Of Inspector General Program & Performance Audit Manager; The Full-Time Classification Of Inspector General Program & Performance Auditor; The Full-Time Classification Of Inspector General Policy Analyst; The Full-Time Classification Of Family Services Specialist; The Full-Time Classification Of Special Activity Permit Technician; The Permanent Part-Time And Part-Time Equivalent Classifications Of Community Intervention Specialist (MACRO); The Permanent Part-Time And Part-Time Equivalent Classifications Of Emergency Medical Technician (MACRO); And (2) Amend The Title Of The Full-Time Classification Of Environmental Services Analyst, Assistant To Recycling Program Specialist I; The Title Of The Full-Time Classification Of Recycling Specialist To Recycling Program Specialist II; The Title Of The Full-Time ClasApproved for Final PassagePass Action details Not available
22-0505 12.11 City ResolutionSubject: Construction Contract To Ray’s Electric Inc., For Highway (HSIP) Cycle 9 From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Ray’s Electric Inc., For Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Cycle 9, Foothill Boulevard And Macarthur Boulevard Improvements Project, Project No. 1004700, The Lowest, Responsible, Responsive Bidder In Accordance With Project Plans, Specifications, State Requirements, And With Contractor’s Bid In The Amount Of One Million Seven Hundred And Eighty Three Thousand And Twenty-One Dollars And Twenty-Five Cents ($1,783,021.25); And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) FindingsAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0506 22.12 City ResolutionSubject: Professional Services Agreement For The West Oakland Sustainable Transportation Equity Projects (STEPS) From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1) Accept And Appropriate Sustainable Transportation Equity Project (STEP) Grant Funds In The Amount Of Seven Million Six Hundred Sixty-Five Thousand Three Hundred Seventy-One Dollars And Ninety-Nine Cents ($7,665,371.99) To Implement The West Oakland STEP Program, Administered By The California Air Resources Board (CARB); And (2) Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Oakland Parks And Recreation Foundation As A Fiscal Agent For The West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project, Urban Biofilter, And West Oakland Green Initiative In An Amount Not-To-Exceed Two Million Eight Hundred Eighty-Four Thousand Two Hundred Dollars And Zero Cents ($2,884,200.00); And (3) Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With The Crucible In An Amount Not-To-Exceed Three Hundred Sixty-Four Thousand Three Hundred Twenty- Nine Dollars And Ninety-Five Cents (AdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0512 12.13 City ResolutionSubject: Property BID Annual Reports And Assessment Payment Approval From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A City Resolution: a) Approving The Fiscal Year 2021-22 Annual Reports Of The Lakeshore/Lake Park Business Improvement Management District Of 2012 (Lakeshore District), The Jack London Improvement District (Jack London District), The Temescal/Telegraph Business Improvement District 2015 (Temescal District), The Laurel Business Improvement District 2016 (Laurel District), The Koreatown/Northgate Community Benefit District 2017 (Koreatown District), The Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District 2018 (Oakland Tourism District), The Downtown Oakland Community Benefit District 2018 (Downtown Oakland District), And The Lake Merritt-Uptown Community Benefit District 2018 (Lake Merritt-Uptown District) Advisory Boards; And b) Confirming The Continuing Annual Assessment For Each Said District And For The Chinatown Community Benefit District 2021 (Chinatown District), With The Exception Of The LakeshAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0513 1  ORSA Resolution2) An Oakland Redevelopment A Successor Agency Resolution Authorizing Payment Of The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency's Cumulative Fiscal Year 2022-23 Fair Share Assessment In An Approximate Amount Of $2,871.20 For One Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency-Owned Property In The Downtown Oakland Community Benefit District 2018AdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0514 12.14 City ResolutionSubject: West Oakland Universal Basic Mobility Pilot From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Finalize And Execute A Prepaid Debit Card Marketing And Processing Agreement And A Contract Purchasing Agreement With USIO, Inc. (USIO) And A Contract Purchasing Agreement With Clipper In Support Of The West Oakland Universal Basic Mobility Pilot Project’s (Project) Financial Incentive In The Form Of 1,000 Restricted Prepaid Debit Cards And/Or Clipper Cards For A Period Of One Year At A Total Contract Cost Of $350,000.00; Providing The Necessary Spending Authority For The Contract’s One-Year Duration; And Waiving The Advertising, Bidding And The Request For Qualifications/Proposal Competitive Selection RequirementsAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0548 12.15 Informational ReportSubject: Plumbing For Interim Sites From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Providing Plumbing To Interim Homeless Sites [NEW TITLE]Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
22-0543 12.16 City ResolutionSubject: Support House Resolution 7910, Protecting Our Kids Act From: Vice Mayor Kaplan And Council President Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Supporting House Resolution 7910 (Nadler), “Protecting Our Kids Act”, Which Makes Various Changes To Federal Firearms Laws, Including Establishing New Criminal Offenses And Expanding The Types Of Weapons And Devices That Are Subject To Regulation In Order To Quell Senseless Acts Of Gun ViolenceAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0578 12.17 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution Celebrating The 50th Anniversary Of Title IX Law From: Councilmembers Kalb, Fife, Vice Mayor Kaplan, Council President Bas, & Mayor Schaaf Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Celebrating The 50th Anniversary Of Title IX Of The Education Amendments Of 1972, Which Seeks To Guarantee Equality In Educational Programs And Activities Regardless Of Sex; And (2) Celebrating The Powerful Impacts Of Title IX Since Its Enactment In 1972; And (3) Encouraging Additional Work To Further Gender Equality In Educational Programs And School-Based AthleticsAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0589 12.18 City ResolutionSubject: Corrections To The Equitable And Progressive Business Tax Ballot Measure From: Council President Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1. Amending Resolution No. 89202 C.M.S., Which, Among Other Things, Submitted To The Voters At The November 8, 2022 General Municipal Election, An Ordinance Repealing And Replacing Chapter 5.04 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, To Modify Said Ordinance To Incorporate Recommendations From City Staff; And 2. Directing The City Clerk To Take All Actions Necessary To Prepare For And Conduct A November 8, 2022 General Municipal ElectionAdopted  Action details Not available
22-0568 12.19 City ResolutionSubject: Alameda County Fire Department Emergency Response Agreement From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1) Enter Into An Agreement With The County Of Alameda Fire Department, For The Oakland Fire Department To Provide Emergency Services Within The City Of Emeryville For The Period Of July 1, 2022 Through June 30, 2024, And For Such Services To Be Compensated In The Amount Of Four Hundred Thirty Seven Thousand Five Hundred And Forty One Dollars ($437,541), With Two One-Year Options To Extend The Agreement; And (2) Accept And Appropriate The Above-Referenced FundsAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0570 22.20 City ResolutionSubject: Allocate Funds And Authorized Affordable Housing Development Loans From: Housing & Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 89241 C.M.S., Which Allocated Funds And Authorized Affordable Housing Development Loans For New Construction Projects In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $30,561,000, To Authorize An Additional Allocation In An Amount Not To Exceed $7,000,000 And An Additional Affordable Housing Development Loan For The 2700 International Boulevard Project (2700-2720 International Boulevard & 1409-1415 Mitchell Street), Contingent On Funding From The 2022 State Local Housing Trust FundAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0574 12.21 City ResolutionSubject: Paratransit Measure BB Funds For Fiscal Year 2022-2023 From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Accepting And Appropriating Direct Local Program Distribution Measure BB Funds In The Amount Of $2,646,058 For Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-2023 From The Alameda County Transportation Commission To Provide Paratransit Services; And 2) Awarding Agreements For Paratransit Services For FY 2022-2023 In The Amounts Of $850,000 (Five Rivers Transit Solutions, Inc.), $600,000 (Quality Transit, LLC), $150,000 (Bay Area Charters, Inc.), $50,000 (Bell Transit Corporation), $25,000 (One Access Medical Transportation), And $100,000 (Gogo Technologies, Inc.); And 3) Awarding A Grant Agreement To The City Of Emeryville For Paratransit Services In An Amount Of $50,000; And 4) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Any Additional Direct Local Distribution Funds That May Become Available From The Same Funding Source For The Same Purposes For FY 2022-2023; And 5) Authorizing The City Administrator To Increase The Award AmountAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0575 12.22 City ResolutionSubject: Multipurpose Senior Service Program FY 2022-2023 Standard Agreement From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1. Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For And Accept A State Of California Standard Agreement In The Amount Of $1,976,364 And Enter Into Agreement Number MS-2223-01 With The State Of California Department Of Aging (CDA) For The Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) For Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-2023; And 2. Waiving The City’s Competitive Procurement Process And Authorizing The City Administrator To Procure MSSP Related Goods And Award Professional Services Agreements To Private Entities For FY 2022-23; And 3. Adding 1.00 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Case Manager I, Increasing From 0.50 FTE To 1.00 FTE Administrative Assistant I, And Increasing From 0.80 FTE To 1.00 FTE Case Management Supervisor In The Human Services Department To Meet CDA Requirements; And 4. Authorizing A Contribution From The General Purpose Fund In An Estimated Amount Of $509,601 For Central Services Overhead Charges; And 5. Authorizing ThAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0577 12.23 City ResolutionSubject: Sugar Sweetened Beverage Tax Community Grants Program FY 2022-2024 From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Grant Agreements To Twenty-Six Non-Profit And Public Agencies To Provide Services Until June 30, 2024 To Address The Impact And Reduce Consumption Of Sugar Sweetened Beverages In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $3,000,000 Using Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Distribution Tax Revenue In The Amount Not To Exceed $1,000,000 From Fiscal Year 2021-22 Revenues And $2,000,000 From Fiscal Year 2022-23 RevenuesAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0580 12.24 City ResolutionSubject: Anti Police-Terror Project, Et Al. V. City Of Oakland, Et Al. From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Following Claims In The Case Of Anti Police-Terror Project, Community Ready Corps, Sean Canaday, Michael Cohen, Michael Cooper, Andrea Costanzo, Johnathan Farmer, Lindsey Filowitz, Danielle Gaito, Katie Johnson, Bryanna Kelly, Jennifer Li, Ian Mcdonnell, Melissa Miyara, Lindsey Morris, Leila Mottley, Niko Nada, Azize Ngo, Nicole Puller, Maria Ramirez, Akil Riley, Aaron Rogachevsky, Tara Rose, Ashwin Rupan, Daniel Sanchez, Christina Stewart, Tayah Stewart, Katherine Sugrue, Celeste Wong, And Qiaochu Zhang; On Behalf Of Themselves And Similarly Situated Individuals V. City Of Oakland, OPD Police Chief Susan E. Manheimer, OPD Sergeant Patrick Gonzales, Opd Officer Maxwell D’orso And OPD Officer Casey Fought, United States District Court Case No. 4:20-CV-03866-JCS, City Attorney File No. X05141 For A Total Sum Of One Million Five Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Dollars And AdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0582 12.25 City ResolutionSubject: Celebrating Whitney Barazoto's From: Councilmember Kalb Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Celebrating Whitney Barazoto’s Extraordinary Work Shaping And Leading The Public Ethics Commission And Thanking Her For Ten Years Of Dedicated ServiceAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0520 12.26 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution In Support Of A Comprehensive And Holistic Response To The Overdose And Opioid Epidemic From: President Pro Tempore Thao And Council President Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Urging Alameda County, The State And Federal Government To Provide Funding To Develop Support A Comprehensive And Holistic Response To The Overdose And Opioid Epidemic In The City Of OaklandAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0538 12.27 City ResolutionSubject: Port Commission Reappointment From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Reappointment Of Yui Hay Lee To The Board Of Port CommissionersAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0363 42.28 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 EnvironmAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0427 12.29 OrdinanceSubject: Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-23 Local Measures M, N, Library Q, Z, D, Parks Q, And Measure AA From: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2022-23 Increase In The Rate Of Property Tax Imposed By Voter-Approved Measures; And (2) Fixing The Rate Of The Property Tax And Levying A Tax On Real And Personal Property In The City Of Oakland For Fiscal Year 2022-23 For The Emergency Medical Services Retention Act Of 1997 (Measure M), The Paramedic Services Act Of 1997 (Measure N), The Library Services Retention And Enhancement Act Of 2004 (Library Measure Q), The 2014 Oakland Public Safety And Services Violence Prevention Act (Measure Z), The 2018 Oakland Public Library Preservation Act (Measure D), The 2020 Oakland Parks And Recreation Preservation, Litter Reduction, Homelessness Support Act (Parks Measure Q), And The Children’s Initiative Of 2018 (Measure AA)* Withdrawn and RescheduledPass Action details Not available
22-0595 1S2.30 City ResolutionSubject: Childrens Initiative Oversight Committee From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Appointment Of Jorge Lerma, Kym Johnson, Tiffany Lascado, Jessica Jung, Cynthia Adams, Clarissa Doutherd, Deltrina Johnson, Julissa Perez Lima, Dana Cilono, Kareem Weaver, Priya Jagannathan, Edgar Rodriguez-Ramirez, Melanie Moore, Lange Luntao, And Bernadette Zermeno As Members Of The Children’s Initiative Citizens’ Oversight CommissionAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0516 1S2.31 City ResolutionSubject: Workforce Development Board FY 2022-23 Budget And Contracts From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The Following Actions: (1) Adopting The Fiscal Year 2022-23 Workforce Development Budget; (2) Accepting And Appropriating Five Million Eight Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand Dollars ($5,896,000) Of Youth Workforce Development Program Funds From The Office Of The Governor’s California Volunteers To Increase Youth And Young Adult Employment Services And Develop Pathways Into Careers In Public Service; (3) Accepting And Appropriating Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) From The California Workforce Development Board; (4) Authorizing Grant Award Agreements With Service Providers Competitively Selected By The Oakland Workforce Development Board To Provide Comprehensive Career Services, Adult Career Services, And Youth Career Services From Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I Funds And Other Funds For Fiscal Year 2022-23; (5) Authorizing The Carryover Of Unspent Fiscal Year 2021-22 Funds TAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0517 1S2.32 City ResolutionSubject: 12th Street Remainder Parcel ENA With East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Declaring A Portion Of The 12th Street Remainder Parcel, Located At East 12th Street And 2nd Avenue (Property) As Exempt Surplus Land Under The State Surplus Land Act Meeting The Criteria Under Government Code Section 54221(F)(1)(A); (2) Waiving The Competitive Process For Disposition Of Property For Development; And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Enter Into An Exclusive Negotiation Agreement With East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation, And/Or An Affiliated Entity For Twelve Months With One Additional Six-Month Administrative Extension, For The Potential Lease Disposition And Development Of A Portion Of The Property And Development Of An Affordable Housing Project, Subject To The Completion Of A California Environmental Quality Act DeterminationWithdrawn and RescheduledPass Action details Not available
22-0534 13.1 City ResolutionSubject: 2022-23 Consolidated Annual Action Plan From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: A Resolution: 1) Accepting And Appropriating An Award Of United States Department Of Housing & Urban Development Grant Funds In The Amount Of $14,878,176 For Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investments Partnership (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), And Housing Opportunities For Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) Programs For Fiscal Year 2022-2023; 2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Prepare And Submit To The United States Department Of Housing And Urban Development The Annual Action Plan For Fiscal Year 2022- 2023; 3) Appropriating $850,000 In Revolving Loan Program Income And Any Amounts Collected In Excess Thereof For Housing Rehabilitation Activities And Other CDBG-Eligible Activities And Projects; 4) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute Grant Agreements For The Fiscal Year 2022-2023 CDBG, HOME, ESG, And HOPWA Programs; 5) AuthorizAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0535 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Prepare And Submit To The United States Department Of Housing & Urban Development A Third Substantial Amendment To The City Of Oakland’s Annual Action Plan For Fiscal Year 2021/2022 To Update HOPWA Allocations For HUD Grant Years 2018, 2019, And 2020AdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0562 15 Report and RecommendationORAL REPORT OF FINAL DECISIONS MADE DURING CLOSED SESSION & DISCLOSURE OF NON-CONFIDENTIAL CLOSED SESSION DISCUSSIONSAccepted  Action details Not available
22-0521 16 City ResolutionSubject: Sanitary Sewer Sub-Basin 83-403 Rehabilitation From: Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Pacific Trenchless, Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In Accordance With Project Plans And Specifications For The Sanitary Sewer Sub-Basin 83-403 Rehabilitation (Project No. 1000921) And With Contractor’s Bid For An Amount Not To Exceed Five Million, Four Hundred Thirty-Six Thousand, Four Hundred And Sixty Dollars ($5,436,460.00); And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality FindingsAdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0525 17 Informational ReportSubject: Report On Youth Employment Programs From: Councilmember Fife And Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Administrator On All Youth Employment Programs Within The City Of Oakland, Including The Total Number Of Positions Or Placements For The Current Year, Funding Sources, As Well As Plans And Efforts To Expand The Number Of Youth Participants, Further Clarify The Application Process For Young People, Creation Of Employment Opportunities Within City Departments, And Securing Private Funds To Support The Growth Of Youth Employment In Our CityAcceptedPass Action details Not available
22-0484 18 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]* Withdrawn and RescheduledPass Action details Not available
22-0541 19 Informational ReportSubject: Informational Report On City’s Compliance With Public Records Act Class Settlement In Morris Et Al. V. City Of Oakland Et Al. From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding City’s Compliance With The Public Records Act Class Settlement In Scott Morris; Sarah Belle Lin; Brian Krans, Michael Katz And Oakland Privacy V. City Of Oakland; Oakland Police Department; Susan Manheimer, In Her Official Capacity; And Ed Reiskin, In His Official CapacityReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
22-0533 110 City ResolutionSubject: Proposed Ballot Measure On Public Spending On Oakland A’s Project At Howard Terminal From: Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters At The November 8, 2022, General Municipal Election An Advisory Measure On Spending Public Funds For Infrastructure And Other Costs Related To The Development Of The Oakland Athletics’ Proposed Baseball Stadium And Real Estate Project At The Howard TerminalAdoptedFail Action details Not available
22-0547 111 City ResolutionSubject: Establishing Term Limits For The City Council From: Councilmember Taylor 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 Entitled, “Establishing Term Limits For The City Council” That Would Amend The City Charter To: (1) Limit Councilmembers To Three Consecutive Four-Year Terms As A District Councilmember And Three Consecutive Four-Year Terms As An At-Large Councilmember; And (2) 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 ElectionContinuedPass Action details Not available
22-0583 112 City ResolutionSubject: Good Governance Charter Reform Ballot Measure From: Councilmember 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 Government Reform Measure That Would Amend The City Charter To, Among Other Things: (1) Establish Term Limits For Councilmembers; (2) Require A Minimum Of Two Council Hearings Before Certain Council Proposed Ballot Measures Are Approved For Placement On The Ballot; (3) Count Councilmember Abstentions And Absences As A No Vote On Council Motions, Resolutions And Ordinances For Purposes Of Determining Whether Mayor Has Authority To Cast A Tie Breaking Vote; (4) Change The Formula For The Public Ethics Commission To Set Councilmember Salaries And Authorizing The Public Ethics Commission To Set The Salaries Of The City Auditor And City Attorney; (5) Add And Clarify Duties Of And Provide Minimum Staffing For The City Auditor; And Directing The City Clerk To Fix The Date For Submission Of Arguments And Provide For Notice And Publication, And Take Any And All ActiContinuedPass Action details Not available
22-0579 114 City ResolutionSubject: Resolution To Submit To The Voters A Measure To Establish Public Financing For Oakland Elections. From: Councilmembers Kalb, Council President Bas, And Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters At The November 8, 2022, General Municipal Election A Measure That Would Establish Public Financing For Elections Of City And School Board Officials, Increase Transparency Regarding Independent Spending On City Elections, And Further Restrict The Ability Of Former City Officials And Directors To Act As Lobbyists By: (1) Repealing The Limited Public Financing Act And Adopting The Fair Elections Act To Enable Resident Allocation Of Public Financing For Elective Office Campaigns; (2) Amending The Campaign Reform Act And Lobbyist Registration Act; And 3) Amending Section 603 Of The Charter Of The City Of Oakland To Fund Public Ethics Commission Staff To Implement The Fair Elections Act; And Directing The City Clerk To Fix The Date For Submission Of Arguments And Provide For Notice And Publication, And Take Any And AContinuedPass Action details Not available
22-0581 115 City ResolutionSubject: TOT Special Tax Measure From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters At The November 8, 2022 General Election, A Proposed Measure To Support Community Needs And Adapt The Current Transient Occupancy Tax To Better Capture Extended Stay Usage Patterns In Oakland By Amending The Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 4.24 To Impose A 14% Medium Term Transient Occupancy Tax On Stays Of 31 To 90 Days; And Directing The City Clerk To Take Any And All Actions Necessary Under Law To Submit This Measure To The VotersWithdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available
22-0590 116 City ResolutionSubject: 2022-23 General Obligation Bond Policy From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The City’s Debt Management Policy To Include A General Obligation Bond Policy To Maintain The Ad Valorem Property Tax Rates Levied By The City At Or Below The Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Rate To Service Voter-Approved Indebtedness With Respect To Future City General Obligation Bond Issuances [NEW TITLE]AdoptedPass Action details Not available
22-0567 213 City ResolutionSubject: Place An Affordable Housing Infrastructure Bond On The November 2022 Ballot From: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council's Own Motion Submitting To The Voters At The November 8, 2022, General Municipal Election, A Proposed Ordinance To Authorize Issuance Of $850 Million In General Obligation Bonds To Fund Affordable Housing And Housing Preservation Projects, Transportation Projects, And Various City Infrastructure; 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 Submit This Measure To The Voters At The November 8, 2022 General Municipal ElectionContinuedPass Action details Not available