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Meeting Name: *Rules & Legislation Committee Agenda status: SUPPLEMENTAL
Meeting date/time: 9/22/2022 10:30 AM Minutes status: FINAL  
Meeting location: Virtual Tele- Conference Via Zoom
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22-0698 12 Report and RecommendationApproval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of July 7, 2022AcceptedPass Action details Not available
22-0710 13.1 City ResolutionSubject: 66th Ave. RV Safe Parking Program Professional Services Agreement From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Professional Services Agreement To Urban Alchemy In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Two Hundred Nine Thousand Three Hundred Seventy Five Dollars ($1,209,375) For The Operation Of A 75 Space Recreational Vehicle (RV) Safe Parking Site At The City-Owned Property At 796 66th Avenue For An Eight Month Term To Commence Upon The Completion Of Construction At The Site And Making Appropriate Findings Under The California Environmental Quality ActScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0744 13.2 City ResolutionSubject: National Hispanic Heritage Month, Honoring Hispanic/ Latinx Community Leaders From: Councilmember Gallo Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution, As Part Of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Honoring Hispanic/Latinx Community Leaders In All Council Districts For Their Continual Year-Round WorkScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0746 13.3 City ResolutionSubject: Access To The Undesignated Eight Acres On The North Gateway Parcel From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Allow Access To The Undesignated Eight Acres On The North Gateway Parcel Located At The Former Oakland Army Base To Serve Up To 300 Individuals Who Have Been Displaced Due To The Wood Street Encampment Closure, And Directing The City Administrator, In Collaboration With State And Alameda County Leaders, To Develop A Plan To Stand Up A More Stable Housing Intervention With Supportive Services On Eight Acres Of The North Gateway Parcel To Serve Unhoused Communities Throughout District 3, With Priority To Residents From The Wood Street And Martin Luther King Jr. Way Encampments [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0747 13.4 City ResolutionSubject: Support Of Freedom For Nasrin From: President Pro Tempore Thao Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of The Immediate Release Of Nasrin Sotoudeh And All Other Political Prisoners And Prisoners Of Conscience In The Islamic Republic Of Iran And Affirming Oakland’s Support Of Human Rights In Iran, Including Equal Rights For Women, The LGBTQ+ Community, And Minorities And The End Of Apartheid Against Women And Targeted Religious, Nonreligious And Cultural Minorities [TITLE CHANGE]Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0748 13.5 City ResolutionSubject: Celebrating 2 Years Of Black Cultural Zone’s Akoma Market From: Councilmember Taylor And Councilmember Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing And Honoring The Black Cultural Zone For Two Years Of Serving The Community Through The Akoma Market And Congratulating The Market On Expansion To Phase 2.0 Expanding It To Other Locations Across Oakland While Maintaining Its Presence And Footprint At Liberation Park In East OaklandScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0749 13.6 City ResolutionSubject: Kate Didech V. City Of Oakland, And Does 1 To 20, Inclusive From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of Kate Didech V. City Of Oakland, And Does 1 To 20, Inclusive, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG19030982, City Attorney File No. 33141, In The Amount Of Sixty Five Thousand Dollars And Zero Cents ($65,000.00) (Department Of Transportation - Dangerous Condition Of Public Property)Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0753 13.7 City ResolutionSubject: California Capital Insurance Company 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 Case Of California Capital Insurance Company As Subrogee Of 350 Fourth Street LLC V. City Of Oakland, And Does 1 Through 25, Inclusive, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG21102644, City Attorney File No. 34451, In The Amount Of Forty-Five Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($45,000.00) (Department Of Public Works-Inverse Condemnation)Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0754 13.8 City ResolutionSubject: Saniyyah Lateef 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 Case Of Saniyyah Lateef V. City Of Oakland, County Of Alameda And Does 1-100, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. Rg19022179, City Attorney’s File No. 33105, In The Amount Of One Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars And Zero Cents ($110,000.00) (Department Of Transportation - Dangerous Condition Of Public Property)Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0751 13.9 Informational ReportSubject: Status Of Citywide Performance Management System From: Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: Receive An Oral Report On The Status Of Planning And Deployment Of A Citywide Performance Management System Per Resolution No. 87688 C.M.S.Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0742 13.10 Report and RecommendationSubject: Human Trafficking Report And Recommendations From: Council President Bas And Pro Tempore Thao Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendations On The Context, Strategies, Goals, Programs, Partnerships, Outcomes And Best Practices To Address Human Trafficking From The Oakland Police Department (Including Focusing On Traffickers And Purchasers; “Rescuing” And Supporting Minors And Supporting Adults; Staff Training; Partnerships With Community Organizations; Collaboration With Other Agencies Including The County And District Attorney); The Department of Violence Prevention (Including Partnerships With OPD, County And Organizations That Serve Communities Impacted by Gender-Based Violence And Gun Violence); The Administration (Including Licensing Of Massage Parlors And Responding To Reports Of Trafficking); The Office Of Public Works And The Department Of Transportation (Including Environmental Deterrents); And The Impacts Of State Legislation Such As SB 357 On Addressing Human TraffickingWithdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available
22-0745 13.11 Informational ReportSubject: Informational Report On The MACRO Advisory Board From: Councilmember Reid Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Status And Work Of The Mobile Assistance Community Responders Of Oakland (MACRO) Advisory BoardScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0727 13.12 Report and RecommendationSubject: Oakland 2045 General Plan Update: 2023-2031 Housing Element Update From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Study Session On The 2023-2031 Housing Element Update Process As Follows: (A) Receive An Informational Presentation On The Draft 2023-2031 Housing Element; (B) Review The Letter From The State of California Department Of Housing And Community Development (HCD); And (C) Provide Feedback To Staff On The Draft Housing ElementScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0740 13.13 City ResolutionSubject: International Boulevard Improvements Project Construction Contract Award From: Transportation Department Recommendation Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract To Gruendl Inc. DBA Ray's Electric, For The International Boulevard Pedestrian Lighting And Sidewalk Improvement Project, Project No. 1000844, The Lowest, Responsible And Responsive Bidder In Accordance With Project Plans, Specifications, State Requirements, And With Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Six Million, Five Hundred Eighty-Seven Thousand, Eight Hundred And Seventy-Six Dollars ($6,587,876.00); And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0741 13.14 City ResolutionSubject: Foothill Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Waiving Further Advertising And Competitive Bidding, (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Award A Construction Contract To The Lowest Bidder Beliveau Engineering Contractors For The Foothill Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project, Project No. 1005163, In An Amount Not To Exceed Six Hundred Forty-Three Thousand And One Hundred Ten Dollars ($710,135.00) In Accord With Project Plans And Specifications, Contractor's Bid, City Contracting Programs And State Requirements And (3) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act FindingsScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0743 13.15 City ResolutionSubject: Measure WW Funds Transfer - Caldecott Trailhead Project (1001412) From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Reallocate East Bay Regional Park District Local Grant Program Funding (Measure WW Park Bond Extension) From The DeFremery Park Public Art Project (No. P1000852) To The Caldecott Trail Project (No. 1001412) In The Amount Of One Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand Five Hundred and Sixty-Seven Dollars ($196,567).; On The October 18, 2022 City Council Agenda On ConsentWithdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available
22-0739 13.16 City ResolutionSubject: Fiscal Year 2022-23 Cultural Funding Grants - Round One From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Grants To Forty-Nine (49) Oakland-Based Nonprofit Organizations Providing Arts And Cultural Services In Oakland For Fiscal Year 2022-23 (Round One), In A Total Amount Not To Exceed One Million One Hundred Eighty-Five Thousand Three Hundred Fifty Dollars ($1,185,350Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0750 13.17 Report and RecommendationSubject: Performance Audit Of The City Of Oakland’s Homelessness Services Recommendations And Implementation Plan From: Council President Bas And Pro Tem Thao Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendations On The Performance Audit Of The City Of Oakland’s Homelessness Services: Better Strategy And Data Are Needed For More Effective And Accountable Service Delivery And Positive Outcomes For Oakland’s Homeless Residents From The City Auditor’s Office; And Receive A Written Review And Assessment From The City Administrator Of The Audit Findings With A Plan, Timeline And Budget For Implementing Improvements To Be Led By The Homelessness AdministrationScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0752 13.18 Informational ReportSubject: Status Of City Hall East From: Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: Receive An Information Report On The Status Of Deploying City Hall East Per Resolution No. 88786 C.M.S.Scheduled  Action details Not available
22-0728 13.19 City ResolutionSubject: Mandatory Delinquent Trash Fees 2022 From: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt One Of The Following Options: 1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator For Delinquent Trash Service Fees With Administrative And Special Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Special Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection For The Monthly Periods Of April, May, June, July, August, September 2022 And Quarterly Periods Of July-September, October -December 2022 (Option 1); OrScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0729 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Overruling Protests And Objections And Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator For Delinquent Trash Service Fees With Administrative And Special Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Special Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection For The Monthly Periods Of April, May, June, July, September, October 2022 And Quarterly Periods Of July-September, October-December 2022 (Option 2); On The March 7, 2023 City Council Agenda As A Public HearingScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0731 13.20 City ResolutionSubject: Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes Assessment Of Liens From: Finance Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Options: 1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And Authorizing The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; OrScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0732 1  City Resolution2) A Resolution Overruling Protests And Objections And Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And Authorizing The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For CollectionScheduled  Action details Not available
22-0699 14 Report and RecommendationReview Of Draft Agendas And Review Of Pending Lists For Council And Committee MeetingsAccepted as AmendedPass Action details Not available
22-0717 2  Informational ReportSubject: Pending And Future Homekey Applications From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Following: (1) The Status Of All Submitted City Applications To The State Of California Homekey Program; (2) The Number Of Net New Housing Units The Funded Homekey Projects Will Add To Oakland’s Affordable Housing Supply; (3) A Summary Of What Follow-Up Work Was Conducted With Co-Applicants, City Staff, And State Homekey Staff After The Passage Of And In Response To Resolution No. 89087 CMS; And (4) City Plans For The Next Round Of Homekey Funding Including Lessons-Learned From This Year’s Application Process And Ensuring The Inclusion Of Appraisals, Environmental Site Assessments, Land Surveys, And Geotechnical Reports For City Land Intended For Proposed Homekey ProjectsWithdrawn with No New Date  Action details Not available