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City Council
9/27/2022 1:30 PM PT
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    Extension of AB 361 Implementation to Allow Teleconferenced Public Meetings and Modified COVID Sunshine Resolution and Procedures to Continue through October 27, 2022 during the Governor’s Proclaimed COVID State of Emergency.

    Adopt a resolution finding the continued existence of the need to extend AB 361 implementation and amending the City’s Consolidated Open Government and Ethics (Sunshine) Resolution No. 77135 to incorporate the Governor’s proclaimed COVID state of emergency to allow City legislative bodies and Joint Power Authority legislative bodies for which the City serves as lead staffing agency to hold public meetings solely by teleconference or otherwise electronically pursuant to AB 361; to modify agenda noticing and document posting; and to incorporate all future Governor’s Executive Orders regarding the Brown Act into the City’s open government procedures, as deemed appropriate by the City Clerk and City Manager, without further Council action. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (City Clerk)

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    Updated 9/23/2022 10:25:24 PM UTC

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    Closed Session Agenda

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    Updated 9/23/2022 11:19:11 PM UTC

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    California Strategic Growth Council for the Regional Climate Collaboratives Grant.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Submit an application to the California Strategic Growth Council for the Regional Climate Collaboratives Grant; and (b) Negotiate and execute a grant agreement and any other related documents necessary with the California Strategic Growth Council to accept and receive the Regional Climate Collaboratives Grant, if awarded. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-006, Grant Application with no commitment or obligation to enter into agreement at the time of application and File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Environmental Services)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

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    2021-2022 Municipal Regional Permit Stormwater Management Annual Report.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing certification and submittal of the City of San José Stormwater Management Annual Report 2021-2022 to the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board by September 30, 2022, in conformance with the Municipal Regional Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit requirements, pursuant to the Federal Clean Water Act. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City Action. (Environmental Services)

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    Updated 9/23/2022 9:39:44 PM UTC

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    Amendment to the Agreement with SKIData, Inc. for a Parking Access and Revenue Control System for the Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute the Third Amendment to the Agreement for the purchase, implementation, and maintenance of a parking access and revenue control system with SKIData, Inc. (formerly Sentry Control Systems, LLC) (Van Nuys, CA) to extend the initial term for an additional three months ending on December 31, 2022 with no change in maximum compensation and negotiate and execute up to 10 one-year options to extend the agreement for ongoing support, maintenance, and related professional services ending on December 31, 2032 or as may be adjusted to align with the software renewal term, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

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    Actions Related to the Purchase Order with Waterworks Industries Incorporated for Lake Management and Maintenance Services.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to: (a) Execute a purchase order with Waterworks Industries Incorporated (Windsor, CA) for lake management and maintenance services for an initial one-year term, starting on or about October 12, 2022, and ending on or about October 11, 2023, for a not-to exceed amount of $275,000; and (b) Exercise up to four additional one-year options to extend the term of the purchase order with the last option year ending on or about October 11, 2027, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Categorically Exempt, File No. ER22-207, CEQA Guidelines Section 15301, Existing Facilities. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

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    Actions Related to the Purchase Orders with Towne Motor Company dba Towne Ford Sales for New Ford Trucks.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to: (a) Amend purchase orders PO 82473, PO 82475, and PO 82491 with Towne Motor Company dba Towne Ford Sales (Redwood City, CA) for new Ford trucks with custom bodies to increase the amount of total compensation by $795,374 for a revised combined amount not-to-exceed $1,720,682 and to extend the terms from November 23, 2022, to November 23, 2023; (b) Approve a contingency of $258,000 for any unforeseen changes or modifications to vehicle orders, subject to the appropriation of funds; and (c) Execute additional purchase orders for ongoing vehicle purchases through November 23, 2026, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003 Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

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    Actions Related to Citywide Open Purchase Order with Technology Integration Group for Dell PowerEdge Servers.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend citywide open purchase order OP 62374 with Technology Integration Group (San Diego, CA) for as-required Dell PowerEdge servers to increase compensation by $400,000 for a revised maximum compensation of $500,000 for the current option ending July 9, 2023 and execute the last option to extend the term through July 9, 2024, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/ Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

  9. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    City Initiatives Roadmap Fourth Quarter 2021-2022 Status Report. - TO BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONSENT

    Accept the fourth quarter status report on the implementation of the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 City Initiatives Roadmap and the Fiscal Year 2022-2023 City Initiatives Roadmap. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (City Manager)

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    Updated 9/26/2022 6:51:04 PM UTC

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    Annual Evaluation Report for Fiscal Year 2022 (Year 1) Santa Clara County Multi-Jurisdictional Program for Public Information.

    Accept the Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Evaluation Report on Santa Clara County Multi-Jurisdictional Program for Public Information. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Public Works)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

  11. Agenda Ready

    Public Safety

    Fireworks Ordinance Work Plan Status Report.

    As recommended by the Public Safety, Finance and Strategic Support Committee on August 18, 2022, accept the status report on the implementation of the Fireworks Ordinance Work Plan Post-Fourth of July 2022. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Fire) [Public Safety, Finance and Strategic Support Committee referral 8/18/2022 - Item (d)4]

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    Updated 9/23/2022 11:07:46 PM UTC

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    Strategic Support

    City Initiatives Roadmap: Bill of Rights for Children and Youth Audit Report. - DEFERRED

    As recommended by the Neighborhood Services and Education Committee on September 8, 2022, accept a report on the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth Audit as part of the approved City Initiatives Roadmap for 2022-2023. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (City Auditor) [Deferred from Neighborhood Services and Education Committee 9/8/2022 - Item (d)1]

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    Updated 9/23/2022 10:44:01 PM UTC

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    Community & Economic Development

    Exclusive Negotiation Agreements for Affordable Housing Developments on City-Owned Sites.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the Director of Housing, or designee, to: (a) Negotiate and execute Exclusive Negotiation Agreements and any ancillary documents with developers allowing them to entitle affordable housing developments on City-owned sites. The City-owned sites and selected developer for each site are EAH Housing and affiliates for 3707 Williams Road (West Community Center), Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley (Habitat) and affiliates for 1749 Mount Pleasant Road (Old Fire Station), the Santa Clara County Housing Authority (Housing Authority) and affiliates for 255 N. Autumn Avenue and 240 and 260 N. Montgomery Street (Autumn/Montgomery); and (b) Negotiate and execute an Exclusive Negotiation Agreements and any ancillary documents with Bridge Housing and AvalonBay Communities, Inc., and affiliates allowing them to entitle a development that includes a community center, market-rate housing and affordable housing for 5585 Cottle Road (Southside Community Center). CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Housing)

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    Updated 9/23/2022 10:34:30 PM UTC

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    Agreement with Destination: Home for Funding from Homeless Housing, Assistance, and Prevention Funding for the Lived Experience Advisory Board of Santa Clara County.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the Director of Housing, or Director’s designee, to negotiate and execute an agreement with Destination: Home in the amount of $200,000 from the Homeless Housing, Assistance, and Prevention funding to establish a two-year agreement with the Lived Experience Advisory Board of Santa Clara County. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Housing)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

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    Community & Economic Development

    Actions Related to the Surplus and Property Sale and Property Management Agreement for the SureStay Hotel by Best Western Located at 1488 North First Street.

    Adopt a resolution: (a) Declaring the subject property “exempt surplus land” to the needs of the City pursuant to Cal. Gov. Code §54221(f)(1)(D), San José Municipal Code 4.20.080 and in accordance with Council Policy 7-13(D)(3); (b) Approving the sale of the City-owned property SureStay Hotel by Best Western located at 1488 North First Street, identified as Assessor’s Parcel Number 235-02-034, to the Santa Clara County Housing Authority for $1; (c) Authorizing the City Manager, or her designee, to negotiate and execute the Purchase and Sale Agreement, the deed, and all other documents necessary to complete the transaction; and (d) Authorize the Director of Housing or designee to negotiate and execute an agreement with LifeMoves, a nonprofit public benefit corporation, not to exceed $1,700,000 of Measure E funds from October 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023 for property management and supportive services at the SureStay Hotel by Best Western. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment (Housing/ Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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    Updated 9/26/2022 11:47:50 PM UTC

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    City Initiatives Roadmap - Clean Energy Resilience: Residential Building Electrification Updates and Workforce Development Acceleration Partnership and Master Agreement with BlocPower LLC. - RENUMBERED TO ITEM 6.1

    (a) Accept the update on the Request for Proposals for Residential Building Electrification Updates and Workforce Development Acceleration Partnership. (b) Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a Master Agreement with BlocPower LLC for up to $489,000 in total contract funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/ Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Environmental Services)

    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

  17. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    Status of Open Audit Recommendations as of June 30, 2022.

    Accept the Status of Open Audit recommendations as of June 30, 2022. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (City Auditor)

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    Updated 9/26/2022 10:47:08 PM UTC

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    Final Adoption of Ordinance

    Final Adoption of Ordinances.

    (a) Ordinance No. 30815 - An Ordinance of the City of San José Rezoning Certain Real Property of Approximately 1.03 Gross Acres Situated on the South Side of Suncrest Avenue, Approximately 520 Feet Southeasterly of Perie Lane (0 Dorel Drive) (APN: 595-24-050) from the A(PD) Planned Development Zoning District to the R-1-2 Single-Family Residence Zoning District. [Passed for Publication on 9/13/2022 - 10.1(a) (22-1340)]

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    Approval of Council Committee Minutes

    Approval of Council Committee Minutes.

    (a) Regular Public Safety, Finance and Strategic Support Committee Minutes of August 18, 2022. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action.

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:36:13 PM UTC

  20. Agenda Ready

    Environmental & Utility Services

    City Initiatives Roadmap - Clean Energy Resilience: Residential Building Electrification Updates and Workforce Development Acceleration Partnership and Master Agreement with BlocPower LLC. - RENUMBERED FROM ITEM 2.10

    (a) Accept the update on the Request for Proposals for Residential Building Electrification Updates and Workforce Development Acceleration Partnership. (b) Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute a Master Agreement with BlocPower LLC for up to $489,000 in total contract funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/ Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Environmental Services) [RENUMBERED FROM ITEM 2.10 (22-1421)]

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    Updated 9/23/2022 5:30:17 PM UTC

  21. Agenda Ready

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    Request for Travel Authorization.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 21, 2022, authorize travel, accept travel payments to the City of San José, and designate Mayor Sam Liccardo, Clay Garner, Chief Innovation Officer of MOTI, and Deputy City Manager Rob Lloyd as the City representatives to attend the CityLab 2022 conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from October 7, 2022 to October 11, 2022. (Source of Fund: Aspen Institute [airfare, lodging, meals and ground transportation]) CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Liccardo) [Rules Committee referral 9/21/2022 - Item B.2]

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

  22. Agenda Ready

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    City Council Appointment for Vision Zero Task Force.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 21, 2022: (a) Appoint Councilmember Foley as Chair of the City’s Vision Zero Task Force. (b) Appoint Councilmember Peralez as Vice Chair of the City’s Vision Zero Task Force. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Liccardo and Peralez) [Rules Committee referral 9/21/2022 - Item B.3]

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

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    Approval of City Hall Lighting Display for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Sponsored by Council District 6 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 21, 2022: (a) Approve the City Hall Lighting Display for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month scheduled on September 27, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Davis) [Rules Committee referral 9/21/2022 - Item B.4]

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:07:07 PM UTC

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    Approval of Noble Elementary School Fall Festival and District 4 Pumpkin Giveaway Sponsored by Council District 4 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 21, 2022: (a) Approve the Noble Elementary School Fall Festival scheduled on October 21, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (b) Approve the District 4 Pumpkin Giveaway scheduled on October 26, 2022 as a City Council-sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (c) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Cohen) [Rules Committee referral 9/21/2022 - Item B.5]

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:34:43 PM UTC

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    Mayor & Council Excused Absence Request

    Mayor and Council Excused Absence Requests.

    Request for an excused absence for Councilmember Esparza from the City Council Special Meeting on September 16, 2022 due to illness. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Esparza) [Rules Committee referral 9/21/2022 - Item A.1.a]

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:36:30 PM UTC

Community & Economic Development Committee (Ced)
9/26/2022 1:30 PM PT
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    Review of Work Plan

    2022 California Building Standards Code Adoption

    Provide an update of any proposed ordinance changes related to the adoption of the 2022 California Building Standards Code and recommend the City Council approve the ordinance to amend Title 24 of the San Jose Municipal Code. (Planning, Building & Code Enforcement (PBCE) and Bureau of Fire Prevention (BFP)) ADDED PER APPROVAL BY THE 9/14/22 ROGC

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    Updated 9/23/2022 10:53:12 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Reports to Committee

    Citywide Residential Anti-Displacement Strategy Quarterly Status Report

    Accept staff’s quarterly status report on the Citywide Residential Anti-Displacement Strategy. (Housing)

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    Updated 9/19/2022 4:59:49 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Reports to Committee

    Arts Commission Annual Report and Work Plan

    Provide the Arts Commission Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 and the Arts Commission Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Annual Report and Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Work Plan. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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    Updated 9/23/2022 7:26:51 PM UTC

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    Reports to Committee

    Berryessa Flea Market Status Report

    Provide a status report on the Berryessa Flea Market entitlement process, as well as the Flea Market Advisory Group and Vendor Transition Fund, consistent with City Council direction provided in June 2021. (Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement/Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 5:03:36 PM UTC

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    Reports to Committee

    Mobile Home Park Land Use Designation Status Report

    Provide a status report on the analysis on mobilehome parks at greatest risk for redevelopment and forward a recommendation to City Council to prioritize General Plan Land Use amendments that apply the Mobilehome Park Land Use Designation to the appropriate sites. (Planning, Building and Code Enforcement/Housing)

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    Updated 9/26/2022 6:28:08 PM UTC

City Council
10/4/2022 1:30 PM PT
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    Airport Terminal Program Grants from the Federal Aviation Administration for the Terminal A Exit Lane Project.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to apply for, execute, and accept, upon receipt, Airport Terminal Program grants from the Federal Aviation Administration under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021, referred to as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law in a total amount not to exceed $2,000,000 for the Terminal A Exit Lane project at the Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-006, Grant Application with no commitment or obligation to enter into an agreement at the time of application. (Airport)

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    Updated 9/21/2022 5:59:50 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Lease Agreement with Northern Trust Bank CA for San José Municipal Water Offices Located at 3870 Charter Park Drive.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager, or her designee, to negotiate and execute an AIR CRE Gross Lease between Northern Trust Bank CA, trustee and the City of San José, a municipal corporation, for use of the property located at 3870 Charter Park Drive for a period of four years, with a one-year City option to extend, for a total cost over five years of $1,672,377.79. CEQA: Categorical Exemption, File No. ER22-224, Exempt pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 (a) for Existing Facilities (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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    Updated 9/21/2022 5:59:50 PM UTC

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    Consent Agenda

    Citywide Open Purchase Order with Transtecnet, Inc., dba Sherlock Surveillance for Security Camera Equipment.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to: (a) Increase the Citywide open purchase order with Transtecnet, Inc., dba Sherlock Surveillance, (San José, CA) for as-required repair, replacement, maintenance, and support of existing security camera equipment by $530,000 for a revised maximum compensation of $850,000 for the one-year initial term ending May 14, 2023, subject to the appropriation of funds; (b) Negotiate and execute change orders and amendments with Transtecnet, Inc. as required for unanticipated changes in demand and requirements, subject to the appropriation of funds; and (c) Exercise up to nine additional one-year options to extend the term of the open purchase order with the last option ending May 14, 2032, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/21/2022 5:59:50 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Community & Economic Development

    Actions Related to the Land Acquisition for the Lot E Public Parking Facility Located at 517 West Saint John Street and 150 North Montgomery Street.

    (a) Adopt a resolution adopting the Lot E Parking Structure Addendum to the Downtown Strategy 2040 Final Environmental Impact Report (Resolution No. 78942 and SCH #2003042127) and the associated Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan, all in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act, as amended. (b) Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute all documents and contracts necessary for the relocation of tenants currently occupying 517 West Saint John, including approval of the Final Relocation Plan and disbursement of necessary payments as required by relocation statute, not to exceed $350,000. (c) Adopt a resolution of public interest and necessity required for the acquisition through condemnation of 517 West Saint John Street, identified as Assessor’s Parcel Number 259-29-091 in Attachment A (consisting of ±19,166 square feet and owned by Arlethea K. Thorson, The Trustees of Richard Della Maggiore and Joan Della Maggiore) to the staff memorandum, with the Parcel referred to as a “Property” for the Lot E Parking Facility Project in conformance with California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1245.220, et. seq., and making the following findings and determinations to declare that: (1) The City is authorized to acquire the Property and exercise the power of eminent domain to and in accordance with Article 1, Section 19 of the California Constitution, the California Eminent Domain Law (Code of Civil Procedure Sections 1230.010 et seq.), Section 200 of the City of San José Charter, and Government Code Sections 37350, 37350.5, 37351, 37353 and 40404; (2) The public interest and necessity require the project, described below, which is in the footprint of the Lot E Parking Facility as described in Attachment A to the staff memorandum, proposed resolution of necessity, to be posted separately and by reference made a part hereof, for the Lot E Parking Facility Project; (3) The Property to be acquired for the proposed Lot E Parking Facility Project is planned or located in the manner which will be most compatible with the greatest public good and the least private injury; (4) The acquisition of Property, as described in Attachment A to the staff memorandum, proposed resolution of necessity, to be posted separately, is necessary for the public uses proposed in the Lot E Parking Facility Project; (5) The offer required by Section 7267.2 of the Government Code, together with the accompanying statement of the amount established as just compensation for the acquisition of the Property, has been made by the City to the owner of record; (6) All conditions and statutory requirements necessary to exercise the power of eminent domain to acquire the Property have been complied with by the City; (7) Authorizing the City Attorney, or their designee, to institute, maintain, and prosecute to final judgment, in the name of the City of San José, proceedings in eminent domain in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Santa Clara, for the condemnation of the Property herein described, and to take all steps necessary, including applying for an Order for Possession before Judgment, for said condemnation in the name of the City and correcting any errors or to making or agreeing to non-material changes in the description of the Property interests to be acquired that are deemed necessary for the conduct of the condemnation action; and (8) Authorizing the City Attorney, or their designee, to make a deposit in the State Treasury Condemnation Fund from lawfully available funds of the City, in the amount of the summary appraisal of the Property, $4,800,000, or as determined by the court in which eminent domain proceedings concerning the Acquisition Parcels herein authorized are commenced, or which may otherwise be required by law for the maintenance of the proceeding in eminent domain. (d) Adopt a resolution of public interest and necessity required for the acquisition through condemnation of 150 North Montgomery Street, identified as Assessor’s Parcel Number 259-29-003 in Attachment B (consisting of approximately ±7060 square feet and owned by Rodolfo Alvarez Duenas, Raul Jimenez and Yolanda Jimenez) to the staff memorandum, with the Parcel referred to as a “Property” for the Lot E Parking Facility Project in conformance with Cal. Civ. Proc. Code Section 1245.220, et. seq., and making the following findings and determinations to declare that: (1) The City is authorized to acquire the Property and exercise the power of eminent domain to and in accordance with Article 1, Section 19 of the California Constitution, the California Eminent Domain Law (Code of Civil Procedure Sections 1230.010 et seq.), Section 200 of the City of San José Charter, and Government Code Sections 37350, 37350.5, 37351, 37353 and 40404; (2) The public interest and necessity require the project, described below, which is in the footprint of the Lot E Parking Facility as described in Attachment B to the staff memorandum, proposed resolution of necessity, to be posted separately and by reference made a part hereof, for the Lot E Parking Facility Project; (3) The Property to be acquired for the proposed Lot E Parking Facility Project is planned or located in the manner which will be most compatible with the greatest public good and the least private injury; (4) The acquisition of Property, as described in Attachment B to the staff memorandum, proposed resolution of necessity, to be posted separately, is necessary for the public uses proposed in the Lot E Parking Facility Project; (5) The offer required by Section 7267.2 of the Government Code, together with the accompanying statement of the amount established as just compensation for the acquisition of the Property, has been made by the City to the owner of record; (6) All conditions and statutory requirements necessary to exercise the power of eminent domain to acquire the Property have been complied with by the City; (7) Authorizing the City Attorney, or their designee, to institute, maintain, and prosecute to final judgment, in the name of the City of San José, proceedings in eminent domain in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Santa Clara, for the condemnation of the Property herein described, and to take all steps necessary, including applying for an Order for Possession before Judgment, for said condemnation in the name of the City and correcting any errors or to making or agreeing to non-material changes in the description of the Property interests to be acquired that are deemed necessary for the conduct of the condemnation action; and (8) Authorizing the City Attorney, or their designee, to make a deposit in the State Treasury Condemnation Fund from lawfully available funds of the City, in the amount of the summary appraisal of the Property, $1,770,000, or as determined by the court in which eminent domain proceedings concerning the Acquisition Parcels herein authorized are commenced, or which may otherwise be required by law for the maintenance of the proceeding in eminent domain. CEQA: Initial Study/Addendum to the Downtown Strategy 2040 Final Environmental Impact Report (Resolution No 78942) for the Lot E Parking Structure Project. Council District 3. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs/Transportation)

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    Updated 9/21/2022 5:59:50 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    City Initiatives Roadmap - Vision Zero Traffic Safety: Award of Contract for the 8511-Mckee Road Vision Zero Safety Improvements Project Between North 33rd Street and Toyon Avenue, Federal Project No. STPL-5005(154).

    (a) Report on bids and award of contract for the 8511 - McKee Road Vision Zero Safety Improvements Project to the lowest responsive bidder, Joséph J. Albanese, Inc., in the total amount of $6,935,166. (b) Approve a 10% contingency in the amount of $693,517. CEQA: Categorically Exemption, File No. PP18-029, Exempt pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15301(c), Existing Facilities. Council Districts 3 and 5. (Public Works/Transportation)

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    Updated 9/22/2022 11:08:50 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Environmental & Utility Services

    Power Procurement Authority for 2022 through 2027.

    Adopt a resolution increasing the authority granted to the Director of Community Energy or designee to negotiate and execute agreements five years and under, subject to the Energy Risk Management Policy and the appropriation of funds, for the procurement of: (a) Power supply products, other than Resource Adequacy products, including but not limited to renewable projects and shaped or dispatchable power products, by $277,700,000 from $1,187,000,000 to an amount not to exceed $1,464,700,000 in aggregate in Calendar Years 2022 through 2027, to be paid solely from the San José Clean Energy Operating Fund and with the following annual limits: $310,900,000 in 2022; $276,400,000 in 2023, $254,300,000 in 2024, $238,600,000 in 2025, $197,700,000 in 2026, and $186,800,000 in 2027; and (b) Resource Adequacy, including but not limited to storage projects combined with dispatchable power, by $127,900,000 from $280,600,000 to an amount not to exceed $408,500,000 in aggregate in Calendar Years 2023 through 2027, to be paid solely from the San José Clean Energy Operating Fund and with the following annual limits: $76,500,000 in 2023, $83,000,000 in 2024, $83,000,000 in 2025, $83,000,000 in 2026, and $83,000,000 in 2027. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Community Energy)

    Updated 9/21/2022 5:59:50 PM UTC

  7. Agenda Ready

    Environmental & Utility Services

    City Initiatives Roadmap - Clean Energy Resilience: Agreements with Middle River Power and Sentinel Energy Center for Resource Adequacy and Dispatchable Energy.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the Director of the Community Energy Department to negotiate and execute an agreement with: (a) Middle River Power, or its affiliate MRP Pacifica Marketing LLC, using the Edison Electric Institute Agreement with modifications, as appropriate, to buy Resource Adequacy and Dispatchable Energy products from a natural gas plant and associated battery, in an amount not to exceed $15,800,000 annually and $190,000,000 in aggregate during Calendar Years 2024 through 2036, to be paid solely from the San José Clean Energy Operating Fund and subject to the annual appropriation of funds; and (b) Sentinel Energy Center, LLC, using the Edison Electric Institute Agreement with modifications, as appropriate, to buy Resource Adequacy and Dispatchable Energy products from a natural gas plant that will be retrofitted to have the capability to burn a natural gas and green hydrogen blended fuel to generate the products under the agreement, in an amount not to exceed $18,600,000 annually and $186,000,000 in aggregate during Calendar Years 2023 through 2033, to be paid solely from the San José Clean Energy Operating Fund and subject to the annual appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Community Energy)

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    Updated 9/23/2022 11:10:08 PM UTC

  8. Agenda Ready

    Land Use Consent Agenda

    PP22-006 - Amendment to the San José Downtown Design Standards and Guidelines and the San José Citywide Design Standards and Guidelines by Adding an Additional Set of Findings to the Exceptions to the Standards Sections and to Make Other Technical or Non-Substantive Text Changes. - TO BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONSENT

    (a) Adopt a resolution amending the “San José Downtown Design Standards and Guidelines” to update the Exceptions to the Design Standards section to add an additional set of findings to the Exceptions to the Standards Sections and to make other technical or non-substantive text changes. (b) Adopt a resolution amending the “San José Citywide Design Standards and Guidelines” to update the Exceptions to the Design Standards section to add an additional set of findings to the Exceptions to the Standards Sections and to make other technical or non-substantive text changes. CEQA: Determination of Consistency with the Envision San José 2040 General Plan Final Program Environmental Impact Report (EIR) adopted on November 1, 2011 (Resolution No. 76041), Supplemental EIR adopted on December 15, 2015 (Resolution No. 77617), and Addenda thereto. (Planning, Building and Code Enforcement)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 4:23:15 PM UTC

  9. Agenda Ready

    Closed Session Agenda

    Closed Session Agenda

    Updated 9/21/2022 5:59:50 PM UTC

  10. Agenda Ready

    Final Adoption of Ordinance

    Final Adoption of Ordinances.

    (a) Ordinance No. 30818 - An Ordinance of the City of San José Rezoning 86 Properties from CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, 44 Properties from CO Commercial Office Zoning District to R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District, 42 Properties from CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District, 40 Properties from CG Commercial General Zoning District to R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District, 40 Properties from CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to Muc Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, 32 Properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District, 27 Properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to UR Urban Residential Zoning District, 24 Properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to CIC Combined Industrial / Commercial Zoning District, 18 Properties from CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District to R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District, 18 Properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to MUN Mixed-Use Neighborhood Zoning District, 16 Properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to PQP Public / Quasi-Public Zoning District, 15 Properties from IP Industrial Park Zoning District to LI Light Industrial Zoning District, 12 Properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, 10 Properties from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to PQP Public / Quasi-Public Zoning District, Nine Properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to LI Light Industrial Zoning District, Eight Properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, Seven Properties from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District, Six Properties from CO Commercial Office Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, Six Properties from CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District to LI Light Industrial Zoning District, Five Properties from CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to CIC Combined Industrial / Commercial Zoning District, Five Properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District, Five Properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to PQP Public / Quasi-Public Zoning District, Five Properties from R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, Five Properties from R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District to PQP Public / Quasi-Public Zoning District, Four Properties from R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District to MUN Mixed-Use Neighborhood Zoning District, Four Properties from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, Three Properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, Three Properties from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to UR Urban Residential Zoning District, Three Properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District, Three Properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to TR Transit Residential Zoning District, Two Properties from R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District to LI Light Industrial Zoning District, Two Properties from CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District to MUN Mixed-Use Neighborhood Zoning District, Two Properties from A Agricultural Zoning District to R-1-8 Single-Family Residence Zoning District, Two Properties from A Agricultural Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, Two Properties R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, One Property from CG Commercial General Zoning District to CIC Combined Industrial / Commercial Zoning District, One Property from CG Commercial General Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, One Property from CG Commercial General Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, One Property from CO Commercial Office Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, One Property from CO Commercial Office Zoning District to PQP Public / Quasi-Public Zoning District, and One Property from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, Located in Various Locations on those Certain Real Properties within the City of San José. [Passed for Publication on 9/20/2022 - 10.1(a) (22-1372)]

    Updated 9/21/2022 5:59:50 PM UTC

  11. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    City Initiatives Roadmap: Bill of Rights for Children and Youth Audit Report.

    As recommended by the Neighborhood Services and Education Committee on September 8, 2022, accept a report on the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth Audit as part of the approved City Initiatives Roadmap for 2022-2023. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (City Auditor) [Neighborhood Services and Education Committee referral 9/8/2022 - Item (d)1] [Deferred from 9/27/2022 - Item 3.4 (22-1417)]

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    Updated 9/21/2022 10:32:04 PM UTC

Joint Meeting For The Rules And Open Government Committee And Committee Of The Whole
9/28/2022 2:00 PM PT
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    Review Final Agenda

    Review October 4, 2022 Final Agenda a. Add New Items to Final Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 7:19:07 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Review Draft Agenda

    Review October 11, 2022 Draft Agenda - Cancelled

    Updated 9/22/2022 7:51:07 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    The Public Record for September 15 - September 22, 2022. (City Clerk)

    Receive and file the Public Record for September 15 - September 22, 2022.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 10:26:20 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Request to Travel. (Jones)

    Authorize travel for Vice Mayor Jones to Washington, DC. on September 28 - 30 for the 51st Annual Legislative Conference hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.

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    Updated 9/22/2022 7:52:19 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Request for Travel for Mayor’s Office Staff. (Mayor)

    Authorize travel, accept travel payments to the City of San Jose, and designate Mayor’s Office staff, Sheyla Tupua, as the City representative to attend the Mayor’s Education Policy Advisors (EPAN) Annual Meeting and Postsecondary Success Summit in Washington, DC from October 10-14, 2022.

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    Updated 9/22/2022 10:29:51 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of District 5 SAP Grant for University Preparatory Academy. (Carrasco)

    Forward a recommendation to the City Council to approve a $1,000 SAP grant from Council District 5 to support University Preparatory Academy's Latino/a Club.

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    Updated 9/22/2022 7:52:27 PM UTC

  7. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of the Domestic Violence Awareness Walk & Light Up City Hall and Philippines Flag Raising Events Sponsored by Council District 5 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Carrasco)

    1. Approve the Domestic Violence Awareness Walk & Light Up City Hall event scheduled on October 7, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Approve the Filipino Flag Raising event scheduled on October 14, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 3. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses or community groups to support the events. 4. Place the item on the October 4, 2022 Council Agenda for action.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 7:24:10 PM UTC

  8. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of Hacienda Dumpster Day Event Sponsored by Council District 9 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Foley)

    1. Approve the Hacienda Dumpster Day Event scheduled on October 29, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses or community groups to support the event. 3. Place the item on the October 11, 2022 Council Agenda for action.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 7:53:14 PM UTC

  9. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

    Actions Related to RVs in the City of San José. (Jones, Foley, Jimenez, and Mahan)

    1. Direct administration to explore cost and strategy required to conduct a comprehensive count and inquiry of RVs throughout the City of San José to gain a deeper understanding of factors such as location, demographic information, whether the RVs are operable versus inoperable, and the goals of individuals dwelling in RVs. 2. Based on findings, identify level and type of services and funding needed to assist individuals living in RVs to establish their desired stability in a location safe and appropriate for their RV or other appropriate housing option. 3. Leverage existing efforts to identify locations for emergency interim housing or other uses to support unhoused people by considering these locations as potential RV safe parking sites and explore other options for RV safe parking including expansion of faith-based organization property usage, city-owned land, and affordable housing lots that have yet to receive entitlements. 4. Direct administration to prioritize siting of RV facilities first in districts that have both (a) need as evidenced by existing RVs parked on streets, and (b) specific identified sites that have been approved by the Council office in which the site is located as suitable for an RV safe parking facility. Further priority will go to sites that meet this criteria and sites where the City has or can directly acquire site control. 5. Ensure sufficient community outreach is conducted, consistent with the council outreach policy, to inform neighbors and incorporate community feedback prior to approval of sites.

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    Updated 9/23/2022 6:58:13 PM UTC

  10. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

    Housing Element. (Jimenez and Cohen)

    Direct the City Manager and the City Clerk to agendize a City Council discussion regarding the Housing Element after receiving the formal letter from the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). This discussion would allow the Council, in a public forum, to provide direction regarding the Site Inventory, Housing Goals and Strategies, and any other component of the Housing Element that may need to be revised in response to HCD comments to comply with state law.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 12:35:39 AM UTC

Joint Meeting For The Rules And Open Government Committee And Committee Of The Whole
9/21/2022 2:00 PM PT
Agenda

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    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    The Public Record for September 8 - September 15, 2022. (City Clerk)

    Receive and file the Public Record for September 8 - September 15, 2022.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/20/2022 8:17:46 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Review Final Agenda

    Review September 27, 2022 Final Agenda a. Add New Items to Final Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/21/2022 6:41:30 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Review Draft Agenda

    Review October 4, 2022 Draft Agenda a. Add New Items to Draft Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/21/2022 8:10:10 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Request for Travel Authorization. (Mayor)

    Authorize travel and accept travel payments for Mayor's staff, Clay Garner, to Amsterdam, the Netherlands from October 8, 2022 to October 11, 2022 to attend the Chief Innovators Studio at CityLab 2022.

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    Updated 9/15/2022 11:35:45 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of the City Hall Lighting Display for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Sponsored by Council District 6 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Davis)

    1. Approve the City Hall Lighting Display for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month to be recognized by the City Council on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. 3. Place the item on the September 27, 2021, Council Agenda for action.

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    Updated 9/15/2022 11:37:09 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    City Council Appointment for Vision Zero Task Force. (Mayor and Peralez)

    1. Appoint Councilmember Foley as Chair of the City’s Vision Zero Task Force. 2. Appoint Councilmember Peralez as Vice Chair of the City’s Vision Zero Task Force.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/15/2022 8:33:46 PM UTC

  7. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of Noble Elementary School Fall Festival and District 4 Pumpkin Giveaway Sponsored by Council District 4 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events. (Cohen)

    1. Approve the Noble Elementary School Fall Festival scheduled on Friday, October 21, 2022 as a City Council-sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Approve the District 4 Pumpkin Giveaway scheduled on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 as a City Council-sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 3. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses or community groups to support the event. 4. Place the item on the September 27, 2022 Council Agenda for action.

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    Updated 9/15/2022 7:30:42 PM UTC

  8. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Update to the August - December 2022 Neighborhood Services and Education Committee Work Plan. (City Manager)

    Approve an amendment to the August - December 2022 Neighborhood Services and Education Committee Work Plan to drop the following item from the October 13, 2022 meeting: Parks Deficiencies and Needs Mapping Status Report. Purpose: Provide a status report on park deficiencies and needs mapping based on criteria including 10-minute walk distance, population density, and health indicators. (Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services)

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    Updated 9/15/2022 9:49:18 PM UTC

City Council
9/20/2022 1:30 PM PT
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    Closed Session Agenda

    Closed Session Agenda

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    Updated 9/16/2022 11:21:36 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Amendment to Agreement with Hanson Bridgett LLP for Legal Services Relating to Implementation of the Alternative Pension Reform Settlement Framework.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Attorney to negotiate and execute a Fourteenth Amendment with Hanson Bridgett LLP for legal services in connection with the City’s retirement plans and other benefit plans and programs to increase the hourly rates under the agreement, with no increase in total compensation. CEQA: Not a Project; File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (City Attorney)

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    Updated 9/6/2022 7:14:56 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Amendment to the Purchase Order with HCI Systems, Inc. for Fire Alarm System Services.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend purchase order OP 58961 with HCI Systems, Inc. for fire alarm system monitoring, inspection, testing, and repair services, to increase the compensation by $190,000 for a revised maximum compensation not-to-exceed $380,000 and to retroactively extend the term from December 31, 2021 to December 31, 2022. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/6/2022 7:14:56 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Amendment to the Purchase Order with Golden State Fire Apparatus, Inc. for Fire Apparatuses.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend purchase order PO 81810 with Golden State Fire Apparatus, Inc. (Sacramento, CA) for the purchase of fire apparatuses, to retroactively extend the purchase order from May 31, 2022 through December 31, 2023. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/6/2022 7:14:56 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Amendment to the Agreement with Ernst & Young, LLP for COVID-19 Consulting Support.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute the Third Amendment to the Agreement with Ernst & Young, LLP (San José, California) for consulting support to assist the City in strategic management of COVID-19 funding sources and provide technical guidance related to a comprehensive disaster cost recovery model, to increase compensation by $250,000 for a revised amount not-to-exceed $1,240,000 and extend the contract term to January 31, 2023. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/9/2022 9:01:27 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Fourth Quarter Financial Reports for Fiscal Year 2021-2022.

    As recommended by the Public Safety, Finance and Strategic Support Committee on August 18, 2022: Accept the Fourth Quarter (period ended June 30, 2022) Financial Reports for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 for the following programs: (a) Debt Management; (b) Investment Management; (c) Revenue Management; and (d) Purchasing and Risk Management. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Finance) [Public Safety, Finance and Strategic Support Committee referral 8/18/2022 - Item (d)1]

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    Updated 9/7/2022 6:10:29 PM UTC

  7. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    Approval of Citywide Insurance Renewals.

    Adopt a resolution: (a) Repealing Resolution No. 60784 and authorizing the purchase of Government Fidelity/Crime insurance to meet the Official Bonds requirements found in Section 905 of the City Charter; and (b) Authorizing the Director of Finance to: (1) Select and purchase City property and liability insurance policies for the period of October 1, 2022 to October 1, 2023, at a total cost not to exceed $3,457,493 as well as an 18.0% contingency for additional property or assets scheduled, subject to the appropriation of funds, with the following insurance carriers: (i) Factory Mutual Insurance Company for Property Insurance, including Boiler & Machinery and Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Coverage; (ii) Beazley Syndicate 2623/623 at Lloyd’s for Terrorism Insurance; (iii) The Princeton Excess and Surplus Lines Insurance Company and Arch Specialty Insurance Company for $15 million in excess flood insurance for locations in high and moderate hazard flood zones on a 50/50 quota share basis; (iv) Starr Indemnity & Liability Company for Airport Owners and Operators Liability including War Risks & Extended Perils Coverage (including Excess Automobile); (v) Starr Indemnity & Liability Company for Police Aircraft Hull & Liability including War Risks & Extended Perils Coverage; (vi) Gemini Insurance Company for Auto Liability Insurance for the vehicle fleets at the Airport and Regional Wastewater Facility; (vii) Hanover Insurance Company for Auto Physical Damage for the Airport shuttle buses; (viii) QBE Specialty Insurance Company for Secondary Employment Law Enforcement Professional Liability; (ix) Arch Insurance Company for Accidental Death, Accidental Dismemberment, and Paralysis Policy for the Police Air Support Unit; and (x) Great American Insurance Company for Government Fidelity/Crime Coverage. (2) Select and purchase Additional Liability Insurance for the period of October 22, 2022 to October 22, 2023 at cost ranging from $250,000 to $950,000, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Updated 9/16/2022 11:39:09 PM UTC

  8. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    Monterey Corridor Working Group Report.

    Accept the Monterey Corridor Working Group Framework Report. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (City Manager)

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    Updated 9/16/2022 9:58:55 PM UTC

  9. Agenda Ready

    Community & Economic Development

    Grant Agreement with Jamboree Housing Corporation for the Rehabilitation of the Pavilion Inn Project.

    (a) Adopt a resolution to: (1) Approve a grant agreement of up to $2,776,283 from Homeless Housing, Assistance, and Prevention Program - Round 3 and Measure E Funds as gap funding to Jamboree Housing Corporation, for the Pavilion Inn, located at 1280 North 4th Street, which is being acquired and converted by Jamboree to provide 42 supportive housing apartments plus one unrestricted manager’s apartment; and (2) Authorize the Director of Housing to negotiate and execute agreements, including any amendments thereto, related to the gap funding. (b) Adopt the following Appropriation Ordinance Amendments in the Homeless Housing, Assistance, and Prevention Fund: (1) Decrease the Ending Fund Balance by $2,200,000; and (2) Establish a Housing Loans and Grants appropriation to the Housing Department in the amount of $2,200,000. (c) Adopt the following Appropriation Ordinance Amendments in the General Fund: (1) Decrease the Measure E - 40% Extremely Low-Income Households Reserve by $576,283; and (2) Establish the Measure E - Pavilion Inn Conversion (40% Extremely Low-Income) appropriation to the Housing Department by $576,283. CEQA: Not a discretionary project subject to CEQA pursuant to Health & Safety Code section 50675.1.4(a); Exempt per Public Resources Code 21080(b)(1) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15369 Ministerial Project pursuant to Government Code Section 65913.4, File No. ER21-159. (Housing/City Manager)

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    Updated 9/14/2022 10:03:04 PM UTC

  10. Agenda Ready

    Community & Economic Development

    Actions Related to the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report.

    (a) Conduct a final public hearing on the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report. (b) Accept the report on the progress towards achieving the housing and community development goals identified in the City of San José’s 2020-2025 Consolidated Plan and the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Annual Action Plan regarding the use of federal funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for submittal by the September 28, 2022 deadline. CEQA: Not a Project, PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Housing)

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    Updated 9/20/2022 7:39:34 PM UTC

  11. Agenda Ready

    Land Use Consent Agenda

    C22-089, C22-090, C22-091, C22-092, C22-093, C22-094, C22-095, C22-096, C22-097, C22-098 - City-Initiated Rezoning of 520 Parcels to Align a Property’s Zoning Designation to its General Plan Land Use Designation in Response to Senate Bill 1333. - TO BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONSENT

    Approve an ordinance rezoning 86 properties from CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, 44 properties from CO Commercial Office Zoning District to R-1-8 Single-Family Zoning District, 42 properties from CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to R-1-8 Zoning District, 40 properties from CG Commercial General Zoning District to R-1-8 Zoning District, 40 properties from CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, 32 properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to R-1-8 Zoning District, 27 properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to UR Urban Residential Zoning District, 24 properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to CIC Combined Industrial/Commercial Zoning District, 18 properties from CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District to R-1-8 Zoning District, 18 properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to MUN Mixed-Use Neighborhood Zoning District, 16 properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to PQP Public/Quasi-Public Zoning District, 15 properties from IP Industrial Park Zoning District to LI Light Industrial Zoning District, 12 properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, 10 properties from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to PQP Public/Quasi-Public Zoning District, nine properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to LI Light Industrial Zoning District, eight properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, seven properties from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District, six properties from CO Commercial Office Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, six properties from CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District to LI Light Industrial Zoning District, five properties from CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to CIC Combined Industrial/Commercial Zoning District, five properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District, five properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to PQP Public/Quasi-Public Zoning District, five properties from R-1-8 Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, five properties from R-1-8 Zoning District to PQP Public/Quasi-Public Zoning District, four properties from R-1-8 Zoning District to MUN Mixed-Use Neighborhood Zoning District, four properties from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, three properties from LI Light Industrial Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, three properties from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to UR Urban Residential Zoning District, three properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District, three properties from R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to TR Transit Residential Zoning District, two properties from R-1-8 Zoning District to LI Light Industrial Zoning District, two properties from CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District to MUN Mixed-Use Neighborhood Zoning District, two properties from A Agricultural Zoning District to R-1-8 Zoning District, two properties from A Agricultural Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, two properties R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, one property from CG Commercial General Zoning District to CIC Combined Industrial/Commercial Zoning District, one property from CG Commercial General Zoning District to MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District, one property from CG Commercial General Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, one property from CO Commercial Office Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, one property from CO Commercial Office Zoning District to PQP Public/Quasi-Public Zoning District, and one property from R-2 Two-Family Residence Zoning District to OS Open Space Zoning District, located in various locations on those certain real properties within the City of San José. CEQA: Consider the Determination of Consistency with the Envision San José 2040 General Plan EIR (Resolution No. 76041) and the Envision San José General Plan Supplemental EIR (Resolution No. 77617), and Addenda thereto. Council District 3. (Planning, Building and Code Enforcement)

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    Updated 9/20/2022 3:14:15 PM UTC

  12. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    Digital Privacy Program Update and Public Camera Use.

    (a) Accept the status report on the progress of the Digital Privacy Program. (b) Approve new and updated data usage cases in the Transportation and Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services departments. (c) Approve the Data Usage Protocol for Automated License Plate Readers to replace the Police Department’s existing Data Usage Policy in Police Duty Manual L4207 and to supersede previously approved automated license plate reader related policies. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Information Technology/Police) [Smart Cities and Service Improvement Committee referral 2/3/2022 - Item (d)3] [Deferred from 9/13/2022 - Item 3.3 (22-1345)]

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    Updated 9/20/2022 12:30:01 AM UTC

  13. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Request for Travel Authorization and Excused Absence for Councilmember Jimenez.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 14, 2022: (a) Approve travel and related travel expenses and request excused absences due to Authorized City Business for Councilmember Sergio Jimenez to attend the Sister Cities International U.S.-Mexico Mayors’ Community Summit in San Diego, CA and Tijuana B.C. on October 11-13, 2022. (1) Request an excused absence due to Authorized City Business for the October 13, 2022 regular meeting of the Neighborhood Services and Education Committee. (b) Approve travel and related travel expenses, request excused absences due to Authorized City Business and accept travel payments to the City of San Jose, for Councilmember Sergio Jimenez to attend the California Association of Local Agency Formation Commission’s (CALAFCO) annual conference in Newport Beach, CA on October 19-21, 2022. (1) Request an excused absence due to Authorized City Business for the October 20, 2022 regular meeting of the Public Safety, Finance, and Strategic Support Committee. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Jimenez) [Rules Committee referral 9/14/2022 - Item B.3]

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    Updated 9/15/2022 2:33:33 AM UTC

City Council
9/16/2022 1:30 PM PT
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Special Meeting - Benefits And Risks Of Providing San Jose Electric Service To New Developments

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    Environmental & Utility Services

    Benefits and Risks of Providing San José Electric Service to New Developments - A Case Study of the Downtown West Mixed-Use Development.

    Accept the Assessment developed by Flynn Resource Consultants, Inc., Benefits and Risks of Providing San José Electric Service to New Developments - A Case Study of the Downtown West Mixed-use Development. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Community Energy)

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    Updated 9/16/2022 3:13:03 PM UTC

Joint Meeting For The Rules And Open Government Committee And Committee Of The Whole
9/14/2022 2:00 PM PT
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    Review Final Agenda

    Review September 20, 2022 Final Agenda a. Add New Items to Final Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)

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    Updated 9/14/2022 8:11:18 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Review Draft Agenda

    Review September 27, 2022 Draft Agenda a. Add New Items to Draft Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)

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    Updated 9/14/2022 7:29:01 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    The Public Record for September 1 - September 8, 2022. (City Clerk)

    Receive and file the Public Record for September 1 - September 8, 2022.

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    Updated 9/8/2022 6:49:32 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Update to the August - December 2022 Community and Economic Development Committee Work Plan. (City Manager)

    (a) Approve an amendment to the August – December 2022 Community and Economic Development Committee Work Plan to add the following item to the September 26, 2022, meeting: 2022 California Building Standards Code Adoption Status Report. Purpose: Provide a status report on the proposed ordinance changes related to the adoption of the 2022 California Building Standards Code and amendment to Title 24 of the San José Municipal Code. (Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement/Fire) (b) Approve an amendment to the August – December 2022 Community and Economic Development Committee Work Plan to add the following item to the October 24, 2022 meeting: Team San José Semi-Annual Activities and Performance Measures Report. Purpose: Provide a report on Team San José’s a) Performance Measures for Fiscal Year 2021-2022, b) Performance Measures for Fiscal Year 2023-2024, and c) Annual Sales and Marketing Plan for Fiscal Year 2022-2023. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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    Updated 9/8/2022 7:27:36 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

    PG&E Power Outages and Infrastructure Repair & Resilience. (Mayor)

    1. Direct the City Manager to identify a senior team to meet with technical staff of Pacific Gas & Electric in the weeks ahead, to identify and discuss critical local power distribution infrastructure needs in San Jose. Ensure that PG&E prioritizes those needs in its pending capital replacement and repair plan for the coming year, by no later thanOctober 31st. 2. If, by October 31st, staff determines that PG&E’s capital repair plan does not adequately protect the health and safety of the San Jose community, direct the City Attorney and City Manager to inform the Council about options that include: a. Whether and how the City might seek a court injunction or PUC order to mandate that PG&E replace or upgrade any transformers or other elements of PG&E’s distribution infrastructure at substantial risk of heat-related failure by summer of 2023. Such a mandate might focus on devices or other elements of the infrastructure deemed vulnerable based upon their age, signs of wear, or type of manufacture. b. Whether and how the City might-individually, or in combination with other residents and businesses as plaintiffs --seek damages for harms related to infrastructure-related power outages, including but not limited to costs of business interruption, emergency response, personal injury, and death. 3. Direct the City Manager to report to the Council (as part of its infrastructure resilience workplan, or through other means) the sufficiency of backup or redundant power for telecommunications service providers to keep cell towers operational during extended blackouts. The report should include information regarding what, if anything, the City can do to require telecom providers to bolster their resilience to outages, particularly in light of possible federal or state regulatory preemption in this area.

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    Updated 9/14/2022 7:33:37 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

    Accelerating SJPD Staffing Levels. (Davis, Jimenez, and Cohen)

    1. Direct the City Manager’s Office to conduct an analysis of police overtime spending that includes existing authorized sworn staffing levels, vacancies, recruit academies, and performance targets to determine a goal for the appropriate level of officer staffing and overtime expenditures that will guide future budget development. The analysis should include review of current and the past three years spending to provide a comprehensive picture and provide recommendations for staffing additions that can be made starting in FY 22-23. Our goal should be to reduce mandatory overtime so that officer stress and fatigue is reduced and to provide enough officers for our city’s public safety needs. 2. Direct the City Manager’s Office to develop a workplan with goals and timeline to drive the acceleration of police staffing levels while reducing mandatory overtime. a. Bring to Council no later than the end of November 2022 a status report of the City Manager’s Office efforts on this initiative. b. Bring regular reports to the Public Safety, Finance and Strategic Support Committee, the timing and content of which should be determined by committee members, on progress towards goals. [Deferred from 9/7/2022 - Item C.1 (ROGC 22-374)]

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    Updated 9/8/2022 6:49:49 PM UTC

  7. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Request to Travel. (Jimenez)

    1. Approve travel and related travel expenses and request excused absences due to Authorized City Business for Councilmember Sergio Jimenez to attend the Sister Cities International U.S.-Mexico Mayors’ Community Summit in San Diego, CA and Tijuana B.C. on October 11-13, 2022. a. Request an excused absence due to Authorized City Business for the October 13, 2022 regular meeting of the Neighborhood Services and Education Committee. 2. Approve travel and related travel expenses, request excused absences due to Authorized City Business and accept travel payments to the City of San Jose, for Councilmember Sergio Jimenez to attend the California Association of Local Agency Formation Commission’s (CALAFCO) annual conference in Newport Beach, CA on October 19-21, 2022. a. Request an excused absence due to Authorized City Business for the October 20, 2022 regular meeting of the Public Safety, Finance, and Strategic Support Committee.

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    Updated 9/9/2022 9:39:30 PM UTC

Public Safety, Finance And Strategic Support Committee (Psfss)
9/15/2022 1:30 PM PT
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    Reports to Committee

    Police Department Operations and Performance Bi-Monthly Status Report.

    Accept the verbal bi-monthly status report on Police Department operations and performance in the areas of city-wide crime statistics, crime trends, emerging issues, gender-based violence, police redistricting efforts, and other matters of interest, as needed. (Police)

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    Updated 9/9/2022 6:51:13 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Reports to Committee

    Domestic Violence Prevention and Awareness Annual Report.

    Accept the annual report on the City’s efforts related to domestic violence prevention and awareness for 2021-2022. (Police)

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    Updated 8/19/2022 9:52:24 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Reports to Committee

    Technology-related Violence Mitigation Status Report.

    Accept the status report on technologies employed by the San José Police Department in geographic-specific areas for violence mitigation, with an emphasis on integration with the City of San José privacy policy. (Police)

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    Updated 8/19/2022 9:52:24 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Reports to Committee

    Workers’ Compensation Program Annual Report.

    Accept the annual report on the Park Ranger Program for Fiscal Year 2021-2022. (Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services)

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    Updated 9/13/2022 9:00:11 PM UTC

City Council
9/13/2022 1:30 PM PT
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    Consent Agenda

    Conflict of Interest Code Biennial Update.

    Adopt a resolution amending the Conflict of Interest Code for the City of San José. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (City Clerk)

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    Updated 9/9/2022 10:47:06 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Closed Session Agenda

    Closed Session Agenda

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    Updated 9/9/2022 10:56:13 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Lease of Airport Premises with General Services Administration Public Building Services for the Transportation Security Administration.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute amendments to the lease between the City of San José and General Services Administration Public Building Services for leased premises for the Transportation Security Administration at the Norman Y. Mineta San José’ International Airport to: (a) Extend the term by four years from December 31, 2022, to December 31, 2026; and (b) Implement annual rate adjustments and changes in leased space at any time during the term of the Lease. CEQA: File No. PP17-003 Not a Project, Agreements/Contracts resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Airport)

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    Updated 8/31/2022 7:06:39 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Permanent Public Service Easement Agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company for the Coleman Highline Development Project.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager, or their designee, to negotiate and execute all documents necessary for a permanent easement agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company, to install and maintain new electrical and/or communication facilities on a portion of APN 230-46-040 to support construction of the Coleman Highline Project. CEQA: Determination of Consistency with the FMC/Coleman Avenue EIR (SCH# 1999122059); the Airport West Stadium and Great Oaks Place Project EIR (SCH# 2009052053); the Envision San José 2040 General Plan EIR (SCH# 2009072096), Envision San José General Plan Supplemental EIR (Resolution No. 77617), and addenda thereto. Council District 3. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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    Updated 9/9/2022 6:16:07 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Purchase Order with Wattis Construction Co., Inc. for Asphalt Paving Services.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to: (a) Execute a purchase order with Wattis Construction Co., Inc. (San José, CA) for Asphalt Paving Services for the Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Services Department for an initial one-year term, starting on or about September 13, 2022, and ending on or about September 12, 2023, for an amount not to exceed $800,000; and (b) Exercise up to four additional one-year options to extend the term of the purchase order with the last option ending on or about September 12, 2027, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Categorically Exempt, CEQA Guidelines 15301, Existing Facilities, File No. PP19-013. (Finance)

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    Updated 8/31/2022 7:08:05 PM UTC

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    Consent Agenda

    Amendment to the Consultant Agreement with HMH Engineers for the US 101/Blossom Hill Road Interchange Improvement Project.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute the Third Amendment to the consultant agreement between the City of San José and HMH Engineers for the US 101/Blossom Hill Road Interchange Improvement Project (Project) to increase the total compensation amount by $96,000 from $5,792,500 to $5,888,500 and extend the agreement term from July 31, 2023 to December 31, 2025. CEQA: Categorically Exempt, File No. ER19-077, CEQA Guideline Section 15301 Existing Facilities. Council District 2. (Transportation)

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    Updated 8/31/2022 7:10:31 PM UTC

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    Consent Agenda

    Amendment to Master Agreement with Callander Associates Landscape Architecture, Inc.; Meyer Studio Land Architects; and Royston, Hanamoto, Alley & Abey for Landscape Architectural Services for Various City Facility Projects.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute: (a) A First Amendment to the Master Agreement for consultant services with Callander Associates Landscape Architecture, Inc. (CPMS Contract No. 9192), extending the term from December 31, 2022, to December 31, 20,24 to complete various ongoing facility projects, at no additional cost to the City; (b) A First Amendment to the Master Agreement for consultant services with Myer Studio Land Architects (CPMS Contract No. 9192) extending the term from December 31, 2022, to December 31, 2024, to complete various ongoing facility projects, at no additional cost to the City; and (c) A First Amendment to the Master Agreement for consultant services with Royston, Hanamoto, Alley & Abey (CPMS Contract No. 9192), extending the term from December 31, 2022, to December 31, 2024, to complete various ongoing facility projects, at no additional cost to the City. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/ Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Public Works)

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    Updated 8/31/2022 10:37:32 PM UTC

  8. Agenda Ready

    Public Safety

    Independent Police Auditor 2021 Year End Report.

    (a) Accept the 2021 Independent Police Auditor Year End Report. (b) Accept the San José Police Department’s response to the recommendations contained in the 2021 Independent Police Auditor Year End Report. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Independent Police Auditor) [Deferred from 6/28/2022 - Item 4.2 (22-1047), 8/16/2022 - Item 4.1 (22-1179) and 8/30/2022 - Item 4.1 (22-1281)]

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    Updated 9/13/2022 8:14:35 PM UTC

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    Public Safety

    San José Police Department Internal Affairs Unit - 2021 Department Initiated Investigations Report.

    Accept the San José Police Department’s Internal Affairs Unit report on Department Initiated Investigations for calendar year 2021. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Police) [Deferred from 6/28/2022 - Item 4.3 (22-1048), 8/16/2022 -Item 4.2 (22-1180) and 8/30/2022 -Item 4.2 (22-1282)]

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    Updated 8/30/2022 5:55:54 PM UTC

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    Public Safety

    Recommendation on a Process for Random Audits of Officer-Worn Body Camera Footage.

    Accept the report regarding a two-phased process for random audits of body-worn camera footage from San José Police Department Officers and adopt the following recommended actions: (a) Implement Phase 1 of the Police Department’s two-phase approach to random audits of body-worn camera footage. (b) Direct the Administration to pursue implementation of Phase 2, Option 1 of the program as resources allow, pending identification of necessary funding through the Budget Process. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Police)

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    Updated 9/13/2022 4:42:06 PM UTC

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    Transportation & Aviation Services

    Agreement for Professional Consultant Services for On-Call Planning and Environmental Services at Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute two Master Consultant Agreements with Landrum and Brown, Inc. and HNTB Corporation for On-Call Planning and Environmental Services at Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport, for a period of five years from execution, in a total amount not to exceed $3,500,000.00 per consultant over the term of the agreement. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-002, Consultant services for design/study/inspection, or other professional services with no commitment to future action. (Airport)

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    Updated 8/31/2022 7:14:14 PM UTC

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    Neighborhood Services

    1343 The Alameda Master Plan and Naming.

    (a) Adopt a Master Plan for a public park; and (b) Adopt an official park name based on the following alternatives: “The Alameda Park” per staff and the Parks and Recreation Commission’s recommendation based on naming process; or select an alternative park name from the list of eligible names generated through the public outreach process. CEQA: Categorically Exempt, ER22-0179 CEQA Guidelines Section 15303, New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures. Council District 6. (Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services).

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    Updated 9/13/2022 6:08:50 PM UTC

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    Land Use Consent Agenda

    C21-002-Conforming Rezoning of Certain Real Property Locate at 0 Dorel Drive.

    Approve an Ordinance rezoning an approximately 1.03-gross acre site on that certain real property located on the south side of Suncrest Avenue, approximately 520 feet southeasterly of Perie Lane (0 Dorel Drive) from the A(PD) Planned Development Zoning District to the R-1-2 Single-Family Residence Zoning District. CEQA: Determination of Consistency with the Envision San José 2040 General Plan EIR (Resolution No. 76041) and the Envision San José General Plan Supplemental EIR (Resolution No. 77617), and Addenda thereto. Council District 4. (Planning, Building and Code Enforcement)

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    Updated 8/31/2022 7:16:13 PM UTC

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    Land Use Regular Agenda

    Cambrian No. 37 - Annexation of two unincorporated parcels and portions of Camden Avenue and Union Avenue totaling 19.92 acres from the County of Santa Clara into the City of San José (14200 Union Avenue).

    (a) Consider the Determination of Consistency with the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the (a) Adopt a Resolution certifying the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Cambrian Park Mixed-Use Village Project, and make certain findings concerning mitigation measures and alternatives, and adopting a mitigation monitoring and reporting program, all in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), as amended. (b) Approve an ordinance pre-zoning an approximately 18.13-gross acre site on certain real property in Santa Clara County unincorporated territory designated as Cambrian No. 37 to the CP(PD) Planned Development Zoning District. (c) Adopt a resolution initiating proceedings and scheduling September 13, 2022, for City Council consideration of the reorganization of territory designated as Cambrian No. 37, which involves the annexation to the City of San José of approximately 19.92-gross acres of land from Santa Clara County unincorporated territory and the detachment of the same from the appropriate special districts. CEQA: Cambrian Park Mixed-Use Village Project Environmental Impact Report (PD20-007, PDC17-040, ER20-189) in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the CEQA Guidelines. Council District 9. (Planning, Building and Code Enforcement)

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    Updated 9/13/2022 1:33:32 AM UTC

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    Strategic Support

    Digital Privacy Program Update and Public Camera Use. - DEFERRED

    As recommended by Smart Cities and Service Improvement Committee on February 3, 2022, accept the status report on the progress of the Digital Privacy Program, reviewing implementation of review and processes, outcomes, and approaches to responsible digital surveillance practices. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Information Technology/Police) [Smart Cities and Service Improvement Committee referral 2/3/2022 - Item (d)3]

    Updated 9/7/2022 11:10:56 PM UTC

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    Final Adoption of Ordinance

    Final Adoption of Ordinances.

    (a) Ordinance No. 30812 - An Ordinance of the City of San José Rezoning 114 Properties from the R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to the MUN Mixed Use Neighborhood Zoning District, 93 Properties from the R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to the UR Urban Residential Zoning District, 13 Properties from the CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to the MUC Mixed Use Commercial Zoning District, 12 Properties from the R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to the PQP Public/Quasi-Public Zoning District, 11 Properties from the CG Commercial General Zoning District to the MUN Mixed Use Neighborhood Zoning District, 11 Properties from the CG Commercial General Zoning District to the R-1-8 Single Family Residential Zoning District, Nine Properties from the CG Commercial General Zoning District to the UR Urban Residential Zoning District, Seven Properties from the CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to the R-1-8 Single Family Residential Zoning District, Seven Properties from the CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to the UR Urban Residential Zoning District, Four Properties from the CO Commercial Office Zoning District to the MUC Mixed Use Commercial Zoning District, Four Properties from the CO Commercial Office Zoning District to the R-1-8 Single Family Residential Zoning District, Three Properties from the CG Commercial General Zoning District to the MUC Mixed Use Commercial Zoning District, Three Properties from the R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to the MUC Mixed Use Commercial Zoning District, Three Properties from the R-M Multifamily Residential Zoning District to the OS Open Space Zoning District, Three Properties from the R-2 Two-Family Residential Zoning District to the PQP Public/Quasi-Public Zoning District, Two Properties from the R-2 Two-Family Residential Zoning District to the MUN Mixed Use Neighborhood Zoning District, Two Properties from the CG Commercial General Zoning District to the OS Open Space Zoning District, and One Property from the CG Commercial General Zoning District to the PQP Public/Quasi-Public Zoning District, Located in Various Locations on those Certain Real Properties within the City of San José. [Passed for Publication on 8/30/2022 - 10.1(a) (22-1287)] (b) Ordinance No. 30813 - An Ordinance of the City of San José Rezoning Certain Real Property of Approximately 2.85 Gross Acres Situated on the North Side of Cambrianna Drive, Approximately 150 Feet Westerly of Taper Avenue (1975 Cambrianna Drive) (APN: 984-45-006) from the R-1-8 Single-Family Residential Zoning District to the R-1-8(PD) Planned Development Zoning District. [Passed for Publication on 8/30/2022 - 10.2(b) (22-1288)] (c) Ordinance No. 30814 - An Ordinance of the City Of San José Rezoning Certain Real Property of Approximately 10.0 Gross Acres Situated on the Southeast Corner of Stevens Creek Boulevard and Lopina Way (4300-4360 Stevens Creek Boulevard) (APN: 296-40-009, 296-38-013 and 296-38-014) from the CP(PD) Planned Development Zoning District to the CP(PD) Planned Development Zoning District. [Passed for Publication on 8/30/2022 - 10.3(b) (22-1289)]

    Updated 8/31/2022 6:12:54 PM UTC

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    Consent Agenda

    Retroactive Approval of Multiple Special Events Sponsored by Council District 5 as a City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on August 31, 2022: (a) Retroactively approve the Children of the Rainbow Park National Night Out event scheduled on August 12, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (b) Retroactively approve the Mayfair Senior Yoga event scheduled on August 18, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (c) Retroactively approve the Hillview Library Reclaiming event scheduled on August 20, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (d) Retroactively approve the SV PRIDE Parade scheduled on August 28, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (e) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the events. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Carrasco) [Rules Committee referral 8/31/2022 - Item B.3]

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    Updated 8/31/2022 9:15:19 PM UTC

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    Consent Agenda

    Retroactive Approval of the Active Adults Program End of Summer Luau Community Event Sponsored by Council District 8 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on August 31, 2022: (a) Retroactively approve the Active Adults Program End of Summer Luau scheduled on August 30, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Arenas) [Rules Committee referral 8/31/2022 - Item B.4]

    Attachments

    Updated 9/2/2022 10:44:15 PM UTC

  19. Agenda Ready

    Approval of Council Committee Minutes

    Approval of Council Committee Minutes.

    (a) Regular Joint Meeting for the Rules and Open Government Committee and Committee of the Whole Minutes of August 24, 2022. (b) Regular Neighborhood Services and Education Committee Minutes of August 11, 2022. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/9/2022 9:54:24 PM UTC

  20. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Approval of Mexican Flag Raising Event Sponsored by Council District 5 and Council District 2 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 7, 2022: (a) Approve the Mexican Flag Raising event scheduled on September 15, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Carrasco and Jimenez) [Rules Committee referral 9/7/2022 - Item B.3]

    Attachments

    Updated 9/7/2022 11:11:11 PM UTC

  21. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Approval of Piedmont North Dumpster Day and Vinci Park Safe Neighbor Events Sponsored by Council District 4 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 7, 2022: (a) Approve the Piedmont North Dumpster Day scheduled on September 17, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds;(b) Approve the Vinci Park Safe Neighbor Training event scheduled on September 21, 2022 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (c) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the events CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Cohen) [Rules Committee referral 9/7/2022 - Item B.4]

    Attachments

    Updated 9/7/2022 11:11:16 PM UTC

  22. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Request for Travel Authorization for Mayor Liccardo.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 7, 2022, authorize travel for Mayor Liccardo to Washington, D.C. from September 12, 2022 to September 13, 2022, for meetings at the White House and U.S. Department of Transportation and funded by Mayor’s Office Budget. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Liccardo) [Rules Committee referral 9/7/2022 - Item B.5]

    Attachments

    Updated 9/7/2022 11:11:21 PM UTC

  23. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Request for Travel Authorization for Mayor Liccardo.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 7, 2022, authorize travel from September 27, 2022 to September 29, 2022, accept travel payments to the City of San José, and designate Mayor Liccardo as the City representative to speak at the Mui Ho Center for Cities symposium at Cornell University and funded by Cornell University, Mui Ho Center for Cities. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Liccardo) [Rules Committee referral 9/7/2022 - Item B.6]

    Attachments

    Updated 9/7/2022 11:11:49 PM UTC

  24. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Boards and Commissions Appointment.

    Approve the following Boards and Commissions appointment: (a) Planning Commission: (1) District 2 Seat: Appoint Carlos Rosario for a term ending June 30, 2024. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (City Clerk) [Rules Committee referral 9/7/2022 - Item A.1.a]

    Attachments

    Updated 9/7/2022 11:11:34 PM UTC

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  1. Agenda Ready

    Environmental & Utility Services

    City Initiatives Roadmap - Clean Energy Resilience: Agreements with Middle River Power and Sentinel Energy Center for Resource Adequacy and Dispatchable Energy.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 11:10:08 PM UTC

  2. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    City Initiatives Roadmap: Bill of Rights for Children and Youth Audit Report.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 10:58:07 PM UTC

  3. Agenda Ready

    Land Use Consent Agenda

    PP22-006 - Amendment to the San José Downtown Design Standards and Guidelines and the San José Citywide Design Standards and Guidelines by Adding an Additional Set of Findings to the Exceptions to the Standards Sections and to Make Other Technical or Non-Substantive Text Changes. - TO BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONSENT

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 9:31:11 PM UTC

  4. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of the Domestic Violence Awareness Walk & Light Up City Hall and Philippines Flag Raising Events Sponsored by Council District 5 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Carrasco)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 7:24:10 PM UTC

  5. Agenda Ready

    Review Final Agenda

    Review October 4, 2022 Final Agenda a. Add New Items to Final Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 7:19:07 PM UTC

  6. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of Hacienda Dumpster Day Event Sponsored by Council District 9 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Foley)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 7:06:27 PM UTC

  7. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

    Actions Related to RVs in the City of San José. (Jones, Foley, Jimenez, and Mahan)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 6:58:13 PM UTC

  8. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Request for Travel for Mayor’s Office Staff. (Mayor)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 6:57:00 PM UTC

  9. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Request to Travel. (Jones)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 6:55:08 PM UTC

  10. Agenda Ready

    Environmental & Utility Services

    City Initiatives Roadmap - Clean Energy Resilience: Residential Building Electrification Updates and Workforce Development Acceleration Partnership and Master Agreement with BlocPower LLC. - RENUMBERED FROM ITEM 2.10

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 5:40:29 PM UTC

  11. Agenda Ready

    Strategic Support

    City Initiatives Roadmap - Vision Zero Traffic Safety: Award of Contract for the 8511-Mckee Road Vision Zero Safety Improvements Project Between North 33rd Street and Toyon Avenue, Federal Project No. STPL-5005(154).

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 4:21:45 PM UTC

  12. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Citywide Open Purchase Order with Transtecnet, Inc., dba Sherlock Surveillance for Security Camera Equipment.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 4:10:02 PM UTC

  13. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Lease Agreement with Northern Trust Bank CA for San José Municipal Water Offices Located at 3870 Charter Park Drive.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 4:08:30 PM UTC

  14. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Airport Terminal Program Grants from the Federal Aviation Administration for the Terminal A Exit Lane Project.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/23/2022 4:07:32 PM UTC

  15. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    The Public Record for September 15 - September 22, 2022. (City Clerk)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 10:26:21 PM UTC

  16. Agenda Ready

    Community & Economic Development

    Actions Related to the Land Acquisition for the Lot E Public Parking Facility Located at 517 West Saint John Street and 150 North Montgomery Street.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 9:04:41 PM UTC

  17. Agenda Ready

    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of District 5 SAP Grant for University Preparatory Academy. (Carrasco)

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 7:52:28 PM UTC

  18. Agenda Ready

    Review Draft Agenda

    Review October 11, 2022 Draft Agenda - Cancelled

    Updated 9/22/2022 5:25:33 PM UTC

  19. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Approval of Noble Elementary School Fall Festival and District 4 Pumpkin Giveaway Sponsored by Council District 4 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 4:46:26 PM UTC

  20. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Approval of City Hall Lighting Display for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Sponsored by Council District 6 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 4:46:20 PM UTC

  21. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    City Council Appointment for Vision Zero Task Force.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 4:46:15 PM UTC

  22. Agenda Ready

    Consent Agenda

    Request for Travel Authorization.

    Attachments

    Updated 9/22/2022 4:46:10 PM UTC

  23. Agenda Ready

    Review of Work Plan

    City Initiatives Roadmap: Customer Service Vision and Standards Status Report.

    Updated 9/21/2022 10:33:46 PM UTC

  24. Agenda Ready

    Closed Session Agenda

    Closed Session Agenda

    Updated 9/21/2022 4:43:26 PM UTC

  25. Agenda Ready

    Final Adoption of Ordinance

    Final Adoption of Ordinances.

    Updated 9/21/2022 4:42:46 PM UTC

  26. Agenda Ready

    Environmental & Utility Services

    Power Procurement Authority for 2022 through 2027.

    Updated 9/20/2022 9:37:54 PM UTC