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* Concurrent Meeting Of The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency And The City Council

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  1. In Council
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Meeting Of February 6, 2024

    This Report and Recommendation be Accepted.

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  2. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Resolution Honoring Eugenia "Gina" Oliver From: Councilmember Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Eugenia "Gina" Oliver For 26 Years Of Devoted Service To The Oakland Police Department And Congratulating Her On Her Well-Deserved Retirement

    A motion was made by Treva Reid, seconded by Janani Ramachandran, that this matter be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  3. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Commemoratively Renaming Rudsdale Street From 76th Ave To 79th Ave As ‘Gladys Green And Teddie Radford’ Way From: Councilmember Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Commemoratively Renaming Rudsdale Street From 76th Ave To 79th Ave As ‘Gladys Green And Teddie Radford Way’ Pursuant To The Policy And Criteria Established By Oakland City Council Resolution No. 77967 C.M.S

    A motion was made by Treva Reid, seconded by Rebecca Kaplan, that this matter be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  4. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Approving A Records And Information Management Policy and Records Retention Schedule From: Office Of The City Clerk Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Approving A Records And Information Management Policy And A Records Retention Schedule; (2) Authorizing The Destruction Of Recordings Of Routine Video Monitoring Pursuant To Government Code 34090.6 (A) After One Year; (3) Authorizing The City Clerk To Review And Approve Requests For The Deletion And/Or Destruction Of Any City Records; And (4) Authorizing The City Clerk To Review The Retention Periods In The Records Retention Schedule On A Periodic Basis

    A motion was made by Nikki Fortunato Bas, seconded by Carroll Fife, that this matter be Adopted as Amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  5. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Declaration Of Medical Cannabis Health Emergency From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In The City Of Oakland

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  6. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  7. Passed
    Ordinance

    Subject: Trybe, Inc. License Agreement For Use Of The Clinton Square Park Community Center For Community Programming From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A License Agreement With Trybe, Inc., A California Nonprofit Organization, For Year-Round Community Programming On The Clinton Square Community Center For A 1-Year Term With Two 1-Year Options, At A Rate Of Zero Dollars ($0.00) Per Year; (2) Making Findings That The License For Below Fair Market Value Is In The Best Interest Of The City; And (3) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This Ordinance was Approved for Final Passage.

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  8. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Declaration Of A Local Emergency On Homelessness From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of The City’s Homelessness Crisis

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  9. Passed
    Ordinance

    Subject: Sale Of 1150 And 1220 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda From: Economic & Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Purchase And Sale Agreement With The County Of Alameda And Prologis, L.P. For The Sale Of Property Owned By The City Of Oakland And The County, Each With An Undivided 50 Percent Interest, Formerly Known As The Raiders Training Facility, Located At 1150 And 1220 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda, California, For Twenty-Four Million Dollars ($24,000,000) Conditioned On A Lease To Oakland Pro Soccer LLC Or Its Affiliate, Owner Of The Oakland Roots And Soul Soccer Teams; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This Ordinance was Approved for Final Passage.

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  10. Introduced In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Authorization Of Liberation Park Mixed-Use Development LDDA And DDA From: Economic & Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And Liberation Park Market Hall, Or Its Affiliates, For The Sale Of A Portion Of The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard (Parcel 1) And Development Of A Mixed-Use Market Hall And Cultural Center, For The Appraised $994,996 Fair Market Value, With A Term Of Two And One-Half Years With Two One-Year Administrative Extension Options; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This Ordinance be Approved On Introduction and Scheduled for Final Passage.to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council to be heard 3/6/2024

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  11. Introduced In Council
    Ordinance

    2) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute (A) A Lease Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City And Liberation Park Residences, L.P., Or Its Affiliates, For Development Of 119 Units Of Affordable Housing On A Portion Of The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard (“Parcel 2”), With A Term Of Two And One-Half Years With Two One-Year Administrative Extension Options, (B) A 99-Year Ground Lease, And (C) A 55-Year Capitalized Loan In The Amount Equal To $1,505,004; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings; And

    A motion was made by Kevin Jenkins, seconded by Treva Reid, that this matter be Approved On Introduction and Scheduled for Final Passage to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council, to be heard 3/6/2024. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  12. Filed
    Informational Report

    Subject: 2022/23 Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Receive The City Of Oakland’s Consolidated Annual Performance And Evaluation Report (CAPER) For Fiscal Year (FY) 2022/23 Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships, Housing Opportunities For Persons With HIV/AIDS, Emergency Solutions Grant, HOME American Rescue Plan And 2022/23 Activities Administered Under Coronavirus Aid Relief & Economic Security Act Funds Allocated Under The Community Development Block Grant, Housing Opportunities For Persons With HIV/AIDS And Emergency Solutions Grant Programs

    A motion was made by Kevin Jenkins, seconded by Noel Gallo, that this matter be Received and Filed. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  13. Passed
    City Resolution

    2) A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract That Follows All City Advertising And Competitive Bidding Requirements To The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In Accord With Project Plans And Specifications And With Contractor's Bid For Project No. 1006466 Cary Avenue Trash Capture Project For An Amount Not To Exceed Three Million Thirty-Six Thousand One Hundred Forty-Five Dollars ($3,036,145.00), Contingent Upon Caltrans Approval Of Additional Funding, Without Return To City Council; (2) If No Valid Bids Are Received, Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract In The Open Market; And (3) Adopting Appropriate California Environment Al Quality Act Findings For Project No. 1006466 Cary A Venue Trash Capture Project

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  14. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Reprographics Shop Equipment Lease Renewal From: Information Technology Department Recommendation: Adopt Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Lease Agreement With Xerox Corporation, For A Grand Total Not To Exceed Amount Of $938,093 ($893,422 Plus Five Percent Contingency Of $44,671) For A Term Beginning April 1, 2024 And Ending March 31, 2029 To Upgrade, Refresh, And Consolidate Savings For The City’s Reprographics Shop Equipment, Located In The Information Technology Department, And To The Extent Necessary, Waiving The Local/Small Business Enterprise Program Requirements And The Competitive Multiple-Step Solicitation Process For Information Technology Agreements

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  15. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Award Construction Contracts For Mandela Parkway And Cary Avenue Trash Capture Projects From: Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract That Follows All City Advertising And Competitive Bidding Requirements To The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder In Accord With Project Plans And Specifications And With The Contractor's Bid For Project No. 1006066 Mandela Parkway Trash Capture Project For An Amount Not To Exceed Three Million Seven Hundred Nineteen Thousand Three Hundred Thirty-Three Dollars ($3,719,333.00), Contingent Upon Caltrans Approval Of Additional Funding, Without Return To City Council; (2) If No Valid Bids Are Received, Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract In The Open Market; (3) Rejecting All Bids That Were Due October 19, 2023; And (4) Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings For Project No. 1006066 Mandela Parkway Trash Capture Project; And

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  16. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Community Boards/CPRA Mediation Grant From: Community Police Review Agency Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Accepting And Authorizing Two-Year Memorandum Of Understanding For The Receipt Of In-Kind Services Valued At Up To $120,000 Per Year From Community Board Program (Community Boards) For The Community Police Review Agency’s Development And Implementation Of A Mediation Program

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  17. Introduced In Council
    Ordinance

    3) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Extension To An Existing License Agreement By And Between The City Of Oakland And Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation, To Operate A Community Service Outdoor Market On The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard For A Term Ending On The Earlier Of October 18, 2027, Or The Commencement Of Construction On The Property, For A License Fee Of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) Per Month; Making Findings That The Below Market Rate License Fee Is In The Best Interests Of The City; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This Ordinance be Approved On Introduction and Scheduled for Final Passage.to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council to be heard 3/6/2024

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  18. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Commemorative Street Renaming From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Commemoratively Renaming The 1700 Block Of Maritime Street As ‘Sergeant Morrie Turner Way’; The 2100 Block Of Maritime Street As ‘Major Howard Jackson Way’; And The 000 Block Of Burma Road As ‘Major General John Stanford Way’, Pursuant To Local Precedent And The Policy And Criteria Established By Resolution No. 77967 C.M.S.

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  19. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Bankers Standard Insurance Company V. City Of Oakland, Et Al. From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of Bankers Standard Insurance Company As Subrogee Of Cynthia Wood V. City Of Oakland And Does 1 Through 25, Inclusive, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. 22CV019905, In The Amount Of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars And Zero Cents ($150,000.00) (Department Of Public Works - Inverse Condemnation)

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  20. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointments To The Cultural Affairs Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointments Of Candi Martinez, Mandolyn Ludlum, And Olaywa Austin To The Cultural Affairs Commission

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  21. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointment To The Bicyclist & Pedestrian Advisory Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointment Of James Jessup As A Member Of The Bicyclist And Pedestrian Advisory Commission

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  22. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Moeller Bros. Body Shop, Contract For Collision Repair Services From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Contract To Moeller Bros. Body Shop, The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, A Non-Local Business Enterprise, In An Amount Not-To-Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) Per Year To Provide Collision Repair And Body Shop Services For Heavy And Light Equipment Vehicle Fleet For A Three (3) Year Term, January 1, 2024, To December 31, 2027, And Authorize Two (2) Additional One (1) Year Agreement Extensions For An Amount Of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) Per Year For A Total Not-To- Exceed Contract Amount Of Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) For A Term Of Five (5) Years Without Returning To Council And Waive The Local And Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  23. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Veterinary Supply Contract With Covetrus From: Animal Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving An Increase To The Existing Oakland Animal Services Cooperative Purchase Agreement With Covetrus North America/Butler Animal Health Supply LLC By An Amount Not To Exceed Sixty Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-Eight Dollars And Fifty Cents ($60,638.50), For A Total Contract Amount Of Seven Hundred Ninety-Nine Thousand Two Hundred Ninety-Three Dollars And Eight Cents ($799,293.08)

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  24. Passed
    City Resolution

    2) A Resolution Modifying City Council Resolution No. 88213, As Amended By City Council Resolution No. 89128 C.M.S., To Name The Position Of City Administrator Or Their Designee Or Successor As Authorized Executors Of California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund (LHTF) Program For The City’s 2020 LHTF Award;

    A motion was made by Kevin Jenkins, seconded by Treva Reid, that this matter be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  25. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Resolution To Co-Sponsor, And In Support Of California Senate Bill 915 (Dave Cortese) - The Autonomous Vehicle Service Deployment And Data Transparency Act From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution For The City Of Oakland To Co-Sponsor, And In Support Of, California Senate Bill 915 (Dave Cortese), The Autonomous Vehicle Services Deployment And Data Transparency Act Prioritizing Local Control In The Decision To Deploy Autonomous Vehicle Services

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  26. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: AC-OCAP Annual Report And 2024 CSBG Resolution From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Accepting And Appropriating Anti-Poverty Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) In The Amount Of One Million, Three Hundred, Nineteen Thousand, Seven Hundred Forty-Five Dollars ($1,319,745) Awarded By The California Department Of Community Services (CSD) And Development For The January 1, 2024 Through December 31, 2024 Program Year (2024 CSBG Program Year); (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Any Additional Grant Funds From CSD For The Same Purpose Within The 2024 CSBG Program Year; (3) Authorizing The Use Of General Purpose Funds To Pay The Human Services Department Central Services Overhead Charges For 2024 CSBG Programs In The Estimated Amount Of One Hundred Fifty-One Thousand, Nine Hundred Fifty-Six Dollars ($151,956)

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  27. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Grant Funding For Sea Level Rise Improvement Projects From The Building Resilient Infrastructure And Communities Program From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Submit A Grant Application To The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) For The Building Resilient Infrastructure And Communities Program For A Grant Up To Fifty-Six Million Dollars ($56,000,000), And Authorizing The Commitment Of The Required Non-Federal Match Of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) And Annual Maintenance Commitment Letter For One Hundred Eighteen Thousand Four Hundred Fifty One Dollars ($118,451) From Measure U Funds For Flooding And Sea Level Rise Adaptation Projects Along San Leandro Creek, Doolittle Drive, And Oakland Airport North Field; (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate The FEMA Grant, If Awarded, In An Amount Up To Fifty-Six Million Dollars ($56,000,000); (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Required Non-Federal Match Funds From State, Regional And Local Sources, Both Public And Private, In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) In Lieu Of Measure U Funds, As An Additional Or Alternative Source Of Match Funds ; And (4) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  28. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Professional Service Agreement With Bayview Industrial Services From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Request For Proposal/Qualification Requirements And Awarding A Professional Services Contract To Bayview Industrial Services, Inc. (Also Known As Bay View Environmental Services, Inc.) For On-Call Emergency And Non-Emergency Collection, Removal And Disposal Of Hazardous Materials For A One-Year Term In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000), With An Option To Renew The Agreement For An Additional One-Year Term In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000)

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  29. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Funding For New Construction Affordable Housing Pipeline And Modifying Resolutions For State Funding From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution (1) Allocating Measure U Housing Bond Funds In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $22,000,000 To Fund New Construction Of Multifamily Rental Affordable Housing Projects, (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Make Development Loans Under The New Construction Of Multifamily Rental Affordable Housing Program Without Returning To Council, Contingent On Funding Availability, And (3) Modifying Allocations Of Prior California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund Awards To Comply With State Program Requirements

    This City Resolution be Adopted as Amended.

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  30. Passed
    City Resolution

    3) A Resolution Modifying City Council Resolution No. 88765 C.M.S., As Amended And Restated By City Council Resolution No. 89128 C.M.S., To Name The Position Of City Administrator Or Their Designee Or Successor As Authorized Executors Of California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund (LHTF) Program For The City’s 2021 LHTF Award; And

    A motion was made by Kevin Jenkins, seconded by Treva Reid, that this matter be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  31. Passed
    City Resolution

    4) A Resolution Amending And Restating Resolution No. 89975 C.M.S, Which Authorized Acceptance Of Funds Awarded Under Round Three Of The California Department Of Housing And Community Development’s Homekey Program And Approved Affordable Housing Development Funding From Homekey And City Matching Funds For Imperial Inn (490 West Macarthur Boulevard), Dignity Village (9418 Edes/606 Clara Street), Kingdom Builders Transitional Housing (624 14th Street), The Maya (4715 Telegraph Avenue), And CSH Enterprise Housing (8471 Enterprise Way), To Allocate Homekey And City Funding To Each Of These Projects

    A motion was made by Kevin Jenkins, seconded by Treva Reid, that this matter be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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*Rules & Legislation Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 15, 2024
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  2. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Review Of Draft Agendas, Pending Lists, City Council And Committee Meetings And Oral Report Out Of The Closed Session Agenda
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*Life Enrichment Committee

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  1. To be Scheduled
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 13, 2024
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  2. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: 2024 Summer Food Service Program From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Accepting And Appropriating A Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) Grant From The California Department Of Education (CDE) In The Amount Of $426,870 (Four Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy Dollars); And (2) Awarding Professional Services Agreements (PSAS) To Uptons, Inc. (DBA School Foodies) In An Amount Not To Exceed $221,875 (Two Hundred Twenty-One Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-Five Dollars); To Flo’s Friendly School Lunches In An Amount Not To Exceed $253,750 (Two Hundred Fifty-Three Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars); And To Cook And Run, Inc. In An Amount Not To Exceed $257,500 (Two Hundred Fifty-Seven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars), To Provide Food Services From May 28, 2024 Through August 9, 2024; And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Additional SFSP Funding That Becomes Available And Amend The Above PSAS To Increase Amounts Within The Term Of May 28, 2024 Through August 9, 2024
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*Public Safety Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 13, 2024
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  2. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Goat Grazing Service For Vegetation Management From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Waiving The Fixed, Sealed Bid, Price-Based Bid Process; And (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Ecosystems Concepts, Inc. (ECI) For Goat Grazing Services For A Two Year Term From April 1, 2024 Through March 31, 2026, In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,600,000.00) With An Option To Extend The Agreement For Two Additional Years In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,600,000.00) And Without Return To Council, For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed Three Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,200,000.00) For The Entire Four Year Period
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  3. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: Adopting Verified Response From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.02 (Burglar Alarm Systems) To (1) Require All New Alarm Installations To Be Verified Response Alarm Systems; (2) Prohibit Alarm Businesses From Making Dispatch Requests Based On Non-Verified Alarms; And (3) Impose Civil Penalties For Violations; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Exemptions
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*Community & Economic Development Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 13, 2024
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  2. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: 606 Clara/9418 Edes LDDA From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing A Lease Disposition And Development Agreement And A Ground Lease With Housing Consortium Of The East Bay, Or Its Affiliates, For The Development Of Affordable Housing On The Property Located At 606 Clara Street And 9418 Edes Avenue, And Making California Environmental Quality Act Findings For This Action
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  3. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Prohousing Incentive Pilot Program Grant Application From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate $1,390,000 In Funds From The State Of California Department Of Housing And Community Development’s Prohousing Incentive Pilot Program For Capitalized Service Reserves For Affordable Housing
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*Finance & Management Committee

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  1. To be Scheduled
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of January 23, 2024
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  2. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Semi-Annual Staffing Report December 2023 From: Human Resources Management Department Recommendation: Receive A Semi-Annual Informational Report On City-Wide Staffing From The City Administrator Regarding (1) The Vacancy Rates Of All City Departments Through October 1, 2023, (2) The Budgeted Vacancy Rate For The Fiscal Year 2023/24, (3) The Vacancy Rates Of Regional Local Public Entities, (4) The Status Of Human Resources And Workforce Development Partnerships With Non-Profits To Recruit Oakland Residents For City Of Oakland Jobs, (5) The Analysis Of The City Workforce And Recruitment Conditions, And (6) A Summary Of Executive Search Recruitments
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  3. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Subject: Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District - Kosmont Report Review From: Finance Department Recommendation: Approve A Report And Recommendation: (1) To Review The Sperry Capital, Inc. Analysis Of The Kosmont Proposal To Establish An Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District (EIFD) Exclusively For East Oakland, Exclusively For West Oakland, And For East And West Oakland Combined As Outlined In Resolution 89480 C.M.S.; And (2) To Develop An Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District Policy
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  4. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Cash Management Informational Report For Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Second Quarter Ended December 31st, 2023 From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive The Informational Cash Management Report For Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Second Quarter Ended December 31, 2023
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  5. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Accepting And Awarding State Grant Funds And Enter Into Agreements With Uncommon Law From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Accepting And Appropriating Grant Funds In An Amount Up To $1,000,000 To Be Awarded To The City Of Oakland From The 2023-2024 California State Budget And Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute Grant Agreements With Uncommon Law In An Amount Not To Exceed $1,000,000
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  6. In Committee
    Ordinance

    2) An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. (“Salary Ordinance”) To: (A) Add The Full-Time Classification Of Manager, Contracting And Purchasing; Mobile Assistance Community Responders Of Oakland (MACRO) Supervisor; Violence Prevention Program Planner; Home Base Specialist; And Home Base Visitor; And (B) Amend The Title Of The Full-Time Classification Of Animal Control & Shelter Manager To Animal Shelter Operations Manager; And (C) Amend The Salary Of The Full-Time Classification Of Director Of Transportation; And (D) Amend The Salary Of The Part-Time Classifications Of Senior Aide, PT And Temporary Contract Services Employee, PT To Ensure Compliance With The City Of Oakland’s Minimum Wage Ordinance
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  7. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Amendments To Ordinance No.12187 C.M.S. (The Salary Ordinance) From: Human Resources Management Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Recommending To The Civil Service Board The Exemption Of The Classification Of Manager, Contracting And Purchasing From The Operation Of Civil Service; And
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*Rules & Legislation Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 22, 2024
  2. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Review Of Draft Agendas, Pending Lists, City Council And Committee Meetings And Oral Report Out Of The Closed Session Agenda

*Rules & Legislation Committee

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  1. Passed
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 8, 2024

    A motion was made by Carroll Fife, seconded by Janani Ramachandran, that this matter be Accepted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  2. Passed
    Report and Recommendation

    Review Of Draft Agendas, Pending Lists, City Council And Committee Meetings And Oral Report Out Of The Closed Session Agenda

    A motion was made by Dan Kalb, seconded by Janani Ramachandran, that this matter be Accepted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  3. In Rules Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District From: Councilmember Fife And Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: [TITLE CHANGE] [NEW TITLE] Adopt A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District (BAMBD), Including Directing The City Administrator To: (1) Implement A Series Of Public Streetscape Upgrades, Including BAMBD Branded Public Banners, Along Oakland's Fourteenth Street Corridor To Honor, Celebrate, And Increase Public Awareness Of Important Black Cultural, Sports, Arts, And Historical People And Institutions, And To Help Demarcate And Uplift The Corridor As The Black Arts Movement And Business District; (2) Identify, Pursue, And Use Available Funds, To Support Arts, Music, Comedy, Movement And Cultural Institutions In The BAMBD, Including Cornerstone Legacy African American Institutions Such As Geoffrey's Inner Circle; (3) Facilitate A Process For Ongoing Revenue Generation For Tenant Support, Facade Improvement, Place-Making, Space Activation, Accessibility, And Safety Improvements Within The BAMBD; And (3) Work With The Appropriate City Departments To Adopt Policies And Plans, Including Land Use Regulations, To Ensure The Long-Term Vitality Of The BAMBD [OLD TITLE] Adopt A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District, Including Directing The City Administrator To: (1) Implement A Series Of Public Streetscape Improvements, Including Public Banners, Along Oakland's Fourteenth Street Corridor, To Honor, Uplift, Commemorate, And Increase Public Awareness Of, Important Black Cultural, Sports, Arts, And Historical People And Institutions, And To Help Identify And Uplift The Corridor Being Known And Recognized As The Black Arts Movement And Business District; (2) Use Available Funds Including Available Art Funds And To Pursue Grants And Other Funding Sources To Support Arts, Music, Comedy, And Cultural Institutions In The District; Including The Preservation And Financial Support To Ensure Ongoing Viability Of Its Historic, Cornerstone African American Institutions, Including Geoffrey's Inner Circle; And To Make Resources Available To Businesses Such As Tenant Improvement, Facade Improvement, Place-Making, Space Activation, Accessibility, Etc. In The District; And (3) Work With The Planning And Building Department And Economic And Workforce Development Department To Adopt Policies And Plans To Further Strengthen The District And Ensure Long-Term Vitality, Support, And Prevent Conflicts, For Arts And Cultural Institutions And Activities In The District; On The March 12, 2024 Community & Economic Development Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Withdrawn with No New Date.

  4. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Destiny Seals, Et Al. V. Anglo Commercial Trucking, Inc., Et Al. From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of Destiny Seals; Milan F. Sahni, By And Through Her Guardian Ad Litem, Tamika Seals; Gurmeet S. Sahni, Special Representative Of The Heirs And Estate Of Kamalpreet S. Sahni; And Deep Kaur V. Anglo Commercial Trucking, Inc.; State Of California (Caltrans); And City Of Oakland, California; Alameda County Superior Court Case No. Rg21091611, City Attorney’s File No. 34412, In The Amount Of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars And Zero Cents ($500,000.00) (Oakland Department Of Transportation - Wrongful Death, Dangerous Condition)

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council to be heard 3/6/2024

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  5. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Head Start Grant Continuation Application FY 24-25 From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Head Start Basic Training And Technical Assistance, Early Head Start Basic And Training And Technical Assistance Grants For Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-2025 From The US Department Of Health And Human Services, Administration For Children And Families, Office Of Head Start (DHHS/ACF), In An Estimated Amount Of Thirteen Million Four Hundred Eighty-Four Thousand Five Hundred Thirty-Three Dollars ($13,484,533), And Committing The Necessary Local Match; And (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate A Cost Of Living (COLA) Adjustment And Quality Improvement Grant From DHHS/ACF if awarded For The Head Start And Early Head Start Program For FY 2024-2025; And (3) Subject To Funding Availability, Authorizing The Addition Of Seven Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Positions To Serve Home-based Programming, And Health And Safety Priorities; And (4) Authorizing An Estimated Offset Of Three Million Two Hundred Forty-Three Thousand Four Hundred Eighty-Six Dollars ($3,243,486) For FY 2024-2025 Central Services Overhead Charges; And (5) Awarding Grant Agreements To Fund Comprehensive Early Care, Education And Family Services To Community Service Providers Identified In Table 5 For FY 2024-2025 For A Total Amount Not To Exceed Two Million Seven Hundred And Twelve Thousand Six Hundred and Two Dollars ($2,712,602); And (6) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Additional Federal Head Start/Early Head Start Funds If They Become Available Within FY 2024-2025 And Amend The Grant Agreements Within The Limits Of The Federal Award; On The March 12, 2024 Life Enrichment Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Life Enrichment Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  6. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Garland/ DBS Inc Contract Extension And Capacity Increase From: Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The Current Cooperative Purchase Order Number 2020010012 With Garland/ DBS Inc Through Omnia Contract Number PW1925 To (1) Increase The Contract Capacity Spending Authority In An Amount Of Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000.00) Not To Exceed A Total Contract Amount Of Six Million Dollars ($6,000,000.00); And (2) Extend the Contract Through October 14, 2029 For The Replacement Of The Roof At The Main Library, Roof Repairs And Maintenance At Other City Facilities; On The March 12, 2024 Public Works And Transportation Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  7. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: City Auditor’s Report Of Measure Q Performance Audit From: Office Of The City Auditor Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Of Measure Q Performance Audit: Budget Transparency, Performance Management, And Stronger Oversight Needed To Ensure Oaklanders Benefit From The 2020 Parks And Recreation Preservation, Litter Reduction, And Homelessness Support Act; On The March 12, 2024 Finance And Management Committee Agenda

    This Informational Report be Scheduled.to go before the *Finance & Management Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  8. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Wildfire Prevention Coordinating Group Appointments From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Councilmember Janani Ramachandran To Represent The City Of Oakland At The Wildfire Coordinating Group As A Member, And Appointing Councilmember ________ To Represent The City Of Oakland As An Alternate Member

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council to be heard 3/6/2024

  9. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: FY 23-24 Quarter 2 Report On Code Enforcement Activities From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The FY 23-24 Quarter 2 Update On The Planning And Building Department’s Code Enforcement Activities; On The March 26, 2024 Community And Economic Development Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 3/26/2024

  10. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: OPD Cellebrite Technology From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Oakland Police Department’s Universal Forensic Extraction Device Use Policy And Impact Report In Order To Update Existing Technology; On The March 12, 2024 Public Safety Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Public Safety Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  11. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Contract With Priority Dispatch From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Entrer Inter A Five (5) Year Contract With Priority Dispatch To Continue To Use Its Medical Priority Dispatch Systems (MPDS) Software Licenses Triage Cards / Tablets And External Auditing Of 911 Cards/Tablets, And External Auditing Of The City Of Oakland's 911 Medical Dispatch Services In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Eighty-Four Thousand Two Hundred Dollars ($145,800) For The Period July 1, 2023 Through June 30, 2028, With Four One-Year Options To Extend In An Amount Not To Exceed Twenty Nine Thousand One Hundred Sixty Dollars ($29,160) Per Year, And Without Returning To Council, For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Sixty Two Thousand Dollars Four Hundred Forty Dollars ($262,440); And Waiving The Competitive Multi-Step Solcitation Process For Local And Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements; On The March 26, 2024 Public Safety Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Public Safety Committee to be heard 3/26/2024

  12. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Fire Department Agreement With Cobalt Equipment, Inc From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Inter An Agreement With Cobalt Equipment, Inc. For The Purchase Of Office Trailers And Related Equipment For The Mobile Assistance Community Responders Of Oakland (MACRO) Program At A Cost Of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($375,000); And (2) Waiving The Fixed, Sealed Bid, Price-Based Bid Process And Local And Small Business (LBE/SLBE) Enterprise Program Requirements; On The March 26, 2024 Public Safety Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Public Safety Committee to be heard 3/26/2024

*Rules & Legislation Committee

Filters for matters
  1. Passed
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 1, 2024

    A motion was made by Janani Ramachandran, seconded by Dan Kalb, that this matter be Accepted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  2. Passed
    Report and Recommendation

    Review Of Draft Agendas, Pending Lists, City Council And Committee Meetings And Oral Report Out Of The Closed Session Agenda

    A motion was made by Dan Kalb, seconded by Janani Ramachandran, that this matter be Accepted as Amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  3. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Resolution To Co-Sponsor, And In Support Of California Senate Bill 915 (Dave Cortese) - The Autonomous Vehicle Service Deployment And Data Transparency Act From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution For The City Of Oakland To Co-Sponsor, And In Support Of, California Senate Bill 915 (Dave Cortese), The Autonomous Vehicle Services Deployment And Data Transparency Act Prioritizing Local Control In The Decision To Deploy Autonomous Vehicle Services

    A motion was made by Nikki Fortunato Bas, seconded by Dan Kalb, that this matter be Approved the Recommendation of Staff, and Forward to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council, to be heard 2/20/2024. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  4. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Moeller Bros. Body Shop, Contract For Collision Repair Services From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Contract To Moeller Bros. Body Shop, The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, A Non-Local Business Enterprise, In An Amount Not-To-Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) Per Year To Provide Collision Repair And Body Shop Services For Heavy And Light Equipment Vehicle Fleet For A Three (3) Year Term, January 1, 2024, To December 31, 2027, And Authorize Two (2) Additional One (1) Year Agreement Extensions For An Amount Of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) Per Year For A Total Not-To- Exceed Contract Amount Of Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) For A Term Of Five (5) Years Without Returning To Council And Waive The Local And Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  5. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Grant Funding For Sea Level Rise Improvement Projects From The Building Resilient Infrastructure And Communities Program From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Submit A Grant Application To The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) For The Building Resilient Infrastructure And Communities Program For A Grant Up To Fifty-Six Million Dollars ($56,000,000), And Authorizing The Commitment Of The Required Non-Federal Match Of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) And Annual Maintenance Commitment Letter For One Hundred Eighteen Thousand Four Hundred Fifty One Dollars ($118,451) From Measure U Funds For Flooding And Sea Level Rise Adaptation Projects Along San Leandro Creek, Doolittle Drive, And Oakland Airport North Field; (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate The FEMA Grant, If Awarded, In An Amount Up To Fifty-Six Million Dollars ($56,000,000); (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Required Non-Federal Match Funds From State, Regional And Local Sources, Both Public And Private, In An Amount Not To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) In Lieu Of Measure U Funds, As An Additional Or Alternative Source Of Match Funds ; And (4) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  6. Filed
    Informational Report

    Subject: 2022/23 Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Receive The City Of Oakland’s Consolidated Annual Performance And Evaluation Report (CAPER) For Fiscal Year (FY) 2022/23 Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships, Housing Opportunities For Persons With HIV/AIDS, Emergency Solutions Grant, HOME American Rescue Plan And 2022/23 Activities Administered Under Coronavirus Aid Relief & Economic Security Act Funds Allocated Under The Community Development Block Grant, Housing Opportunities For Persons With HIV/AIDS And Emergency Solutions Grant Programs

    This Informational Report be Received and Forwarded.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  7. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Funding For New Construction Affordable Housing Pipeline And Modifying Resolutions For State Funding From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution (1) Allocating Measure U Housing Bond Funds In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $22,000,000 To Fund New Construction Of Multifamily Rental Affordable Housing Projects, (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Make Development Loans Under The New Construction Of Multifamily Rental Affordable Housing Program Without Returning To Council, Contingent On Funding Availability, And (3) Modifying Allocations Of Prior California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund Awards To Comply With State Program Requirements

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  8. Passed
    City Resolution

    2) A Resolution Modifying City Council Resolution No. 88213, As Amended By City Council Resolution No. 89128 C.M.S., To Name The Position Of City Administrator Or Their Designee Or Successor As Authorized Executors Of California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund (LHTF) Program For The City’s 2020 LHTF Award;

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  9. Passed
    City Resolution

    3) A Resolution Modifying City Council Resolution No. 88765 C.M.S., As Amended And Restated By City Council Resolution No. 89128 C.M.S., To Name The Position Of City Administrator Or Their Designee Or Successor As Authorized Executors Of California Department Of Housing & Community Development’s (CA HCD) Local Housing Trust Fund (LHTF) Program For The City’s 2021 LHTF Award; And

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  10. Passed
    City Resolution

    4) A Resolution Amending And Restating Resolution No. 89975 C.M.S, Which Authorized Acceptance Of Funds Awarded Under Round Three Of The California Department Of Housing And Community Development’s Homekey Program And Approved Affordable Housing Development Funding From Homekey And City Matching Funds For Imperial Inn (490 West Macarthur Boulevard), Dignity Village (9418 Edes/606 Clara Street), Kingdom Builders Transitional Housing (624 14th Street), The Maya (4715 Telegraph Avenue), And CSH Enterprise Housing (8471 Enterprise Way), To Allocate Homekey And City Funding To Each Of These Projects

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  11. Introduced In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Authorization Of Liberation Park Mixed-Use Development LDDA And DDA From: Economic & Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And Liberation Park Market Hall, Or Its Affiliates, For The Sale Of A Portion Of The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard (Parcel 1) And Development Of A Mixed-Use Market Hall And Cultural Center, For The Appraised $994,996 Fair Market Value, With A Term Of Two And One-Half Years With Two One-Year Administrative Extension Options; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  12. Introduced In Council
    Ordinance

    2) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute (A) A Lease Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City And Liberation Park Residences, L.P., Or Its Affiliates, For Development Of 119 Units Of Affordable Housing On A Portion Of The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard (“Parcel 2”), With A Term Of Two And One-Half Years With Two One-Year Administrative Extension Options, (B) A 99-Year Ground Lease, And (C) A 55-Year Capitalized Loan In The Amount Equal To $1,505,004; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings; And

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  13. Introduced In Council
    Ordinance

    3) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Extension To An Existing License Agreement By And Between The City Of Oakland And Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation, To Operate A Community Service Outdoor Market On The Property Located At 73rd Avenue And Foothill Boulevard For A Term Ending On The Earlier Of October 18, 2027, Or The Commencement Of Construction On The Property, For A License Fee Of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) Per Month; Making Findings That The Below Market Rate License Fee Is In The Best Interests Of The City; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  14. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Professional Service Agreement With Bayview Industrial Services From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Request For Proposal/Qualification Requirements And Awarding A Professional Services Contract To Bayview Industrial Services, Inc. (Also Known As Bay View Environmental Services, Inc.) For On-Call Emergency And Non-Emergency Collection, Removal And Disposal Of Hazardous Materials For A One-Year Term In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000), With An Option To Renew The Agreement For An Additional One-Year Term In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000)

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  15. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: AC-OCAP Annual Report And 2024 CSBG Resolution From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Accepting And Appropriating Anti-Poverty Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) In The Amount Of One Million, Three Hundred, Nineteen Thousand, Seven Hundred Forty-Five Dollars ($1,319,745) Awarded By The California Department Of Community Services (CSD) And Development For The January 1, 2024 Through December 31, 2024 Program Year (2024 CSBG Program Year); (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Any Additional Grant Funds From CSD For The Same Purpose Within The 2024 CSBG Program Year; (3) Authorizing The Use Of General Purpose Funds To Pay The Human Services Department Central Services Overhead Charges For 2024 CSBG Programs In The Estimated Amount Of One Hundred Fifty-One Thousand, Nine Hundred Fifty-Six Dollars ($151,956)

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 2/20/2024

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  16. To be Scheduled
    Informational Report

    Subject: OPD Biannual Staffing Report From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Of The Oakland Police Department’s 2023 Biannual Staffing Levels As of September 30, 2023

    This Informational Report be Continued.to go before the *Public Safety Committee to be heard 4/9/2024

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  17. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Veterinary Supply Contract With Covetrus From: Animal Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving An Increase To The Existing Oakland Animal Services Cooperative Purchase Agreement With Covetrus North America/Butler Animal Health Supply LLC By An Amount Not To Exceed Sixty Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-Eight Dollars And Fifty Cents ($60,638.50), For A Total Contract Amount Of Seven Hundred Ninety-Nine Thousand Two Hundred Ninety-Three Dollars And Eight Cents ($799,293.08)

    A motion was made that this matter be Scheduled to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council, to be heard 2/20/2024. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  18. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Amendments To Ordinance No.12187 C.M.S. (The Salary Ordinance) From: Human Resources Management Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Recommending To The Civil Service Board The Exemption Of The Classification Of Manager, Contracting And Purchasing From The Operation Of Civil Service; And

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Finance & Management Committee to be heard 2/27/2024

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  19. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Prohousing Incentive Pilot Program Grant Application From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate $1,390,000 In Funds From The State Of California Department Of Housing And Community Development’s Prohousing Incentive Pilot Program For Capitalized Service Reserves For Affordable Housing

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 2/27/2024

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  20. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: Arroyo Viejo Recreation Center Food Hub Lease From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13711 C.M.S. Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Lease Agreement With The Black Cultural Zone Development Corporation (BCZ) For The Arroyo Viejo Recreation Center For Food Distribution And Rentable Commercial Kitchen (Food Hub) For A Three Year Term Lease With Three 2-Year Options At A Rate Of Zero Dollars ($0.00) Per Year In Exchange For Tenant Improvements, And Making Findings That The Lease For Below Fair Market Value Is In The Best Interest Of The City; On The March 12, 2024, Community And Economic Development Committee Agenda

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  21. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: 606 Clara/9418 Edes LDDA From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing A Lease Disposition And Development Agreement And A Ground Lease With Housing Consortium Of The East Bay, Or Its Affiliates, For The Development Of Affordable Housing On The Property Located At 606 Clara Street And 9418 Edes Avenue, And Making California Environmental Quality Act Findings For This Action

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 2/27/2024

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  22. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Funds From CalRecycle Payment Programs And Grants From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 82899 C.M.S. To Authorize The City Administrator Or Their Designee To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Funds From The California Department Of Resources Recycling And Recovery Regional Payment Programs, Including The Used Oil Payment Program, And To Act As The Regional Lead Jurisdiction Applicant, For Execution Of Related Authorizations And Identification Of Participating Alameda County Jurisdictions Beginning With Fiscal Year 2023/2024 And Effective Until Rescinded By The City Council; And

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  23. In Rules Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District From: Councilmember Fife And Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: [TITLE CHANGE] [NEW TITLE] Adopt A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District (BAMBD), Including Directing The City Administrator To: (1) Implement A Series Of Public Streetscape Upgrades, Including BAMBD Branded Public Banners, Along Oakland's Fourteenth Street Corridor To Honor, Celebrate, And Increase Public Awareness Of Important Black Cultural, Sports, Arts, And Historical People And Institutions, And To Help Demarcate And Uplift The Corridor As The Black Arts Movement And Business District; (2) Identify, Pursue, And Use Available Funds, To Support Arts, Music, Comedy, Movement And Cultural Institutions In The BAMBD, Including Cornerstone Legacy African American Institutions Such As Geoffrey's Inner Circle; (3) Facilitate A Process For Ongoing Revenue Generation For Tenant Support, Facade Improvement, Place-Making, Space Activation, Accessibility, And Safety Improvements Within The BAMBD; And (3) Work With The Appropriate City Departments To Adopt Policies And Plans, Including Land Use Regulations, To Ensure The Long-Term Vitality Of The BAMBD [OLD TITLE] Adopt A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District, Including Directing The City Administrator To: (1) Implement A Series Of Public Streetscape Improvements, Including Public Banners, Along Oakland's Fourteenth Street Corridor, To Honor, Uplift, Commemorate, And Increase Public Awareness Of, Important Black Cultural, Sports, Arts, And Historical People And Institutions, And To Help Identify And Uplift The Corridor Being Known And Recognized As The Black Arts Movement And Business District; (2) Use Available Funds Including Available Art Funds And To Pursue Grants And Other Funding Sources To Support Arts, Music, Comedy, And Cultural Institutions In The District; Including The Preservation And Financial Support To Ensure Ongoing Viability Of Its Historic, Cornerstone African American Institutions, Including Geoffrey's Inner Circle; And To Make Resources Available To Businesses Such As Tenant Improvement, Facade Improvement, Place-Making, Space Activation, Accessibility, Etc. In The District; And (3) Work With The Planning And Building Department And Economic And Workforce Development Department To Adopt Policies And Plans To Further Strengthen The District And Ensure Long-Term Vitality, Support, And Prevent Conflicts, For Arts And Cultural Institutions And Activities In The District; On The March 12, 2024 Community & Economic Development Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Continued.to go before the *Rules & Legislation Committee to be heard 2/22/2024

  24. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Affiliation Agreement Between City Of Oakland And The Regents Of University Of California, Nutrition Sciences & Toxicology Department From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Five-Year Affiliation Agreement With The Regents Of University Of California, Berkeley Nutrition Sciences And Toxicology Department To Create Internship Rotation Opportunities In Early Childhood Food And Nutrition For City Of Oakland Head Start; On The March 12, 2024 Life Enrichment Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Life Enrichment Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  25. In Committee
    City Resolution

    2) A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 89416 C.M.S. To Authorize The City Administrator Or Their Designee To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Funds From California Department Of Resources Recycling And Recovery Individual Payment Programs Beginning With Fiscal Year 2023/2024 And Effective Until Rescinded By The City Council; And

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  26. In Committee
    City Resolution

    3) A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 89417 C.M.S. To Authorize The City Administrator Or Their Designee To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Funds From California Department Of Resources Recycling And Recovery Competitive And Noncompetitive Grants Beginning With Fiscal Year 2023/2024 And Effective For Five (5) Years; On The March 12, 2023 Public Works And Transportation Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  27. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Update On The 2021 Economic Recovery And 2024-2029 Economic Development Action Plans From: Economic Workforce And Development Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report With An Update On The Progress Of The 2021 Economic Recovery Plan And A Report From The 2024 Economic Development Action Plan; On The March 12, 2024 Community And Economic Development Committee Agenda

    This Informational Report be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  28. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: MOU Between Alameda Emergency Medical Services, Injury Prevention Program And City Of Oakland Head Start From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Memorandum Of Understanding With Alameda Emergency Medical Services, Injury Prevention Program To Expand Opportunities For Head Start Participants And Their Families To Benefit From Education And Resources That Promote Child Passenger Safety And Injury Prevention; On The March 12, 2024 Life Enrichment Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Life Enrichment Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  29. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: Ordinance Prohibiting Discrimination On The Basis Of Family And Relationship Structure From: Councilmember Ramachandran Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Prohibiting Discrimination On The Basis Of Family And Relationship Structure; On The March 12, 2024, Community And Economic Development Committee Agenda

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  30. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Homeless Intervention On 34th Street And Mandela Parkway From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 89455 C.M.S, Which Among Other Actions, Authorized The City Administrator To Negotiate A Lease Agreement With The California Department Of Transportation (Caltrans) To Establish A New Homeless Intervention Site On Caltrans Right Of Way Parcels Located North Of 34th Street On Mandela Parkway (Property), To: (1) Specify That Any Intervention Established On The Property Should Prioritize Unhoused Residents From The Nearby Encampments In Council District 3; And (2) Direct The City Administrator To Identify The Necessary Funds And Seek The Necessary Approvals To Establish An Intervention Comprised Of Rapid Response Transitional Shelter Units With Appropriate Facilities And Supportive Services; On The March 12, 2024 Life Enrichment Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Life Enrichment Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  31. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: On-Call Hydrology And Stormwater Engineering Services From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Hydrology And Stormwater Engineering Services That Follow All City Advertising And Competitive Solicitation Requirements And Are Awarded In Direct Service Of Delivering On-Call Hydrology And Stormwater Engineering And Regulatory Compliance Services To The Following Tiers: (1) Tier 1 Firms Each For An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) Annually To Qualified Consultants: Aliquot Associates, Inc., Black & Veatch, Diablo Engineering Group, EOA, Inc., Geronimo Engineering, Northgate Environmental Management, Inc., And Montrose Environmental. (2) Tier 2 Firms Each For An Amount Not To Exceed Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) Annually To Qualified Consultants: Arup US, Inc., ENGEO, Inc., Flowwest Inc., Geosyntec, Haley Aldrich, Restoration Design Group, Inc., Schaaf & Wheeler, Terraphase Engineering, And Wood Rodgers; On The March 12, 2024 Public Works And Transportation Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 3/12/2024

  32. In Committee
    Ordinance

    2) An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. (“Salary Ordinance”) To: (A) Add The Full-Time Classification Of Manager, Contracting And Purchasing; Mobile Assistance Community Responders Of Oakland (MACRO) Supervisor; Violence Prevention Program Planner; Home Base Specialist; And Home Base Visitor; And (B) Amend The Title Of The Full-Time Classification Of Animal Control & Shelter Manager To Animal Shelter Operations Manager; And (C) Amend The Salary Of The Full-Time Classification Of Director Of Transportation; And (D) Amend The Salary Of The Part-Time Classifications Of Senior Aide, PT And Temporary Contract Services Employee, PT To Ensure Compliance With The City Of Oakland’s Minimum Wage Ordinance

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the *Finance & Management Committee to be heard 2/27/2024

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  33. In Rules Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District From: Councilmember Fife And Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: [TITLE CHANGE] [NEW TITLE] Adopt A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District (BAMBD), Including Directing The City Administrator To: (1) Implement A Series Of Public Streetscape Upgrades, Including BAMBD Branded Public Banners, Along Oakland's Fourteenth Street Corridor To Honor, Celebrate, And Increase Public Awareness Of Important Black Cultural, Sports, Arts, And Historical People And Institutions, And To Help Demarcate And Uplift The Corridor As The Black Arts Movement And Business District; (2) Identify, Pursue, And Use Available Funds, To Support Arts, Music, Comedy, Movement And Cultural Institutions In The BAMBD, Including Cornerstone Legacy African American Institutions Such As Geoffrey's Inner Circle; (3) Facilitate A Process For Ongoing Revenue Generation For Tenant Support, Facade Improvement, Place-Making, Space Activation, Accessibility, And Safety Improvements Within The BAMBD; And (3) Work With The Appropriate City Departments To Adopt Policies And Plans, Including Land Use Regulations, To Ensure The Long-Term Vitality Of The BAMBD [OLD TITLE] Adopt A Resolution To Support And Strengthen The Black Arts Movement And Business District, Including Directing The City Administrator To: (1) Implement A Series Of Public Streetscape Improvements, Including Public Banners, Along Oakland's Fourteenth Street Corridor, To Honor, Uplift, Commemorate, And Increase Public Awareness Of, Important Black Cultural, Sports, Arts, And Historical People And Institutions, And To Help Identify And Uplift The Corridor Being Known And Recognized As The Black Arts Movement And Business District; (2) Use Available Funds Including Available Art Funds And To Pursue Grants And Other Funding Sources To Support Arts, Music, Comedy, And Cultural Institutions In The District; Including The Preservation And Financial Support To Ensure Ongoing Viability Of Its Historic, Cornerstone African American Institutions, Including Geoffrey's Inner Circle; And To Make Resources Available To Businesses Such As Tenant Improvement, Facade Improvement, Place-Making, Space Activation, Accessibility, Etc. In The District; And (3) Work With The Planning And Building Department And Economic And Workforce Development Department To Adopt Policies And Plans To Further Strengthen The District And Ensure Long-Term Vitality, Support, And Prevent Conflicts, For Arts And Cultural Institutions And Activities In The District; On The March 12, 2024 Community & Economic Development Committee Agenda

    This City Resolution be * Withdrawn and Rescheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee

*Public Works And Transportation Committee - Cancelled

At The Call Of The February 15, 2024 Rules And Legislation Committee This Meeting Is Cancelled The Next Public Works And Transportation Committee Is Scheduled To Be Held On Tuesday March 12, 2024 At 11:30 A.m.

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    1. In Council
      City Resolution

      Subject: Wildfire Prevention Coordinating Group Appointments From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Councilmember Janani Ramachandran To Represent The City Of Oakland At The Wildfire Coordinating Group As A Member, And Appointing Councilmember ________ To Represent The City Of Oakland As An Alternate Member
    2. In Council
      City Resolution

      Subject: Destiny Seals, Et Al. V. Anglo Commercial Trucking, Inc., Et Al. From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of Destiny Seals; Milan F. Sahni, By And Through Her Guardian Ad Litem, Tamika Seals; Gurmeet S. Sahni, Special Representative Of The Heirs And Estate Of Kamalpreet S. Sahni; And Deep Kaur V. Anglo Commercial Trucking, Inc.; State Of California (Caltrans); And City Of Oakland, California; Alameda County Superior Court Case No. Rg21091611, City Attorney’s File No. 34412, In The Amount Of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars And Zero Cents ($500,000.00) (Oakland Department Of Transportation - Wrongful Death, Dangerous Condition)

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    3. In Committee
      Report and Recommendation

      Review Of Draft Agendas, Pending Lists, City Council And Committee Meetings And Oral Report Out Of The Closed Session Agenda
    4. In Committee
      City Resolution

      Subject: Fire Department Agreement With Cobalt Equipment, Inc From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Inter An Agreement With Cobalt Equipment, Inc. For The Purchase Of Office Trailers And Related Equipment For The Mobile Assistance Community Responders Of Oakland (MACRO) Program At A Cost Of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($375,000); And (2) Waiving The Fixed, Sealed Bid, Price-Based Bid Process And Local And Small Business (LBE/SLBE) Enterprise Program Requirements; On The March 26, 2024 Public Safety Committee Agenda
    5. In Committee
      City Resolution

      Subject: Contract With Priority Dispatch From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Entrer Inter A Five (5) Year Contract With Priority Dispatch To Continue To Use Its Medical Priority Dispatch Systems (MPDS) Software Licenses Triage Cards / Tablets And External Auditing Of 911 Cards/Tablets, And External Auditing Of The City Of Oakland's 911 Medical Dispatch Services In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Eighty-Four Thousand Two Hundred Dollars ($145,800) For The Period July 1, 2023 Through June 30, 2028, With Four One-Year Options To Extend In An Amount Not To Exceed Twenty Nine Thousand One Hundred Sixty Dollars ($29,160) Per Year, And Without Returning To Council, For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Sixty Two Thousand Dollars Four Hundred Forty Dollars ($262,440); And Waiving The Competitive Multi-Step Solcitation Process For Local And Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements; On The March 26, 2024 Public Safety Committee Agenda
    6. In Committee
      City Resolution

      Subject: Garland/ DBS Inc Contract Extension And Capacity Increase From: Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The Current Cooperative Purchase Order Number 2020010012 With Garland/ DBS Inc Through Omnia Contract Number PW1925 To (1) Increase The Contract Capacity Spending Authority In An Amount Of Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000.00) Not To Exceed A Total Contract Amount Of Six Million Dollars ($6,000,000.00); And (2) Extend the Contract Through October 14, 2029 For The Replacement Of The Roof At The Main Library, Roof Repairs And Maintenance At Other City Facilities; On The March 12, 2024 Public Works And Transportation Committee Agenda
    7. In Committee
      City Resolution

      Subject: FY 23-24 Quarter 2 Report On Code Enforcement Activities From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The FY 23-24 Quarter 2 Update On The Planning And Building Department’s Code Enforcement Activities; On The March 26, 2024 Community And Economic Development Committee Agenda
    8. In Committee
      City Resolution

      Subject: OPD Cellebrite Technology From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Oakland Police Department’s Universal Forensic Extraction Device Use Policy And Impact Report In Order To Update Existing Technology; On The March 12, 2024 Public Safety Committee Agenda
    9. In Committee
      City Resolution

      Subject: Head Start Grant Continuation Application FY 24-25 From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Head Start Basic Training And Technical Assistance, Early Head Start Basic And Training And Technical Assistance Grants For Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-2025 From The US Department Of Health And Human Services, Administration For Children And Families, Office Of Head Start (DHHS/ACF), In An Estimated Amount Of Thirteen Million Four Hundred Eighty-Four Thousand Five Hundred Thirty-Three Dollars ($13,484,533), And Committing The Necessary Local Match; And (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate A Cost Of Living (COLA) Adjustment And Quality Improvement Grant From DHHS/ACF if awarded For The Head Start And Early Head Start Program For FY 2024-2025; And (3) Subject To Funding Availability, Authorizing The Addition Of Seven Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Positions To Serve Home-based Programming, And Health And Safety Priorities; And (4) Authorizing An Estimated Offset Of Three Million Two Hundred Forty-Three Thousand Four Hundred Eighty-Six Dollars ($3,243,486) For FY 2024-2025 Central Services Overhead Charges; And (5) Awarding Grant Agreements To Fund Comprehensive Early Care, Education And Family Services To Community Service Providers Identified In Table 5 For FY 2024-2025 For A Total Amount Not To Exceed Two Million Seven Hundred And Twelve Thousand Six Hundred and Two Dollars ($2,712,602); And (6) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Additional Federal Head Start/Early Head Start Funds If They Become Available Within FY 2024-2025 And Amend The Grant Agreements Within The Limits Of The Federal Award; On The March 12, 2024 Life Enrichment Committee Agenda
    10. In Committee
      Informational Report

      Subject: City Auditor’s Report Of Measure Q Performance Audit From: Office Of The City Auditor Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Of Measure Q Performance Audit: Budget Transparency, Performance Management, And Stronger Oversight Needed To Ensure Oaklanders Benefit From The 2020 Parks And Recreation Preservation, Litter Reduction, And Homelessness Support Act; On The March 12, 2024 Finance And Management Committee Agenda
    11. In Committee
      Report and Recommendation

      Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of February 22, 2024
    12. In Council
      City Resolution

      Subject: Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic

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    13. In Council
      City Resolution

      Subject: Declaration Of A Local Emergency On Homelessness From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of The City’s Homelessness Crisis

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    14. In Council
      City Resolution

      Subject: Declaration Of Medical Cannabis Health Emergency From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In The City Of Oakland

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    15. In Council
      Report and Recommendation

      Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Meeting Of February 20, 2024