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Special Concurrent Meeting Of The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/city Council

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  1. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Celebrating 2024 Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage Month From: Council President Fortunato Bas And Councilmember Ramachandran Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Celebration Of May 2024 As Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage Month And Honoring Asian Americans And Pacific Islanders Whose Service And Leadership In Oakland Contribute To A More Vibrant And Just City

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

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: Semi-Annual Audit Recommendation Follow-Up Report From: Office Of The City Auditor Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Auditor On The Extent Of Implementation Of Recommendations For Corrective Actions Made In The City Auditor's Reports

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

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  6. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appropriation To Fund Excess Litter Fee (ELF) Services From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appropriating A One Time Use Of Fund Balance In An Amount Not To Exceed $500,000 From Fund 2417 To Pay Outstanding Invoices To Oakland Venue Management And To Fund Services For The Remainder Of The First Amendment Through November 9, 2024 At A Reduced Compensation Rate

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  7. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Intention To Form The Temescal/Telegraph Business Improvement District From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Declaring An Intention To Form The Temescal/Telegraph Business Improvement District (Temescal/Telegraph BID); (2) Granting Preliminary Approval Of The Temescal/Telegraph BID Management Plan; (3) Directing Filing Of The Proposed Temescal/Telegraph BID Assessment District Boundary Description With The City Clerk; (4) Directing Distribution Of A Ballot To All Affected Property Owners In The Proposed Temescal/Telegraph BID To Determine Whether A Majority Protest Exists; (5) Scheduling A Public Hearing For July 16, 2024

    A motion was made by Dan Kalb, seconded by Noel Gallo, that this matter be Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  8. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Philip Woodruff 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 Philip Woodruff V. City Of Oakland, 2900 College Associates, LLC, County Of Alameda, California Department Of Transportation, And Does 1-50, Inclusive, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG2111459, City Attorney File No. 34569, In The Amount Of Thirty Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($30,000.00) (Department Of Transportation - Dangerous Condition)

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  9. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Supplemental Environmental Project Authorizations From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Implement, As Part Of A Stipulation With The State Of California For Entry Of Final Judgement, Three Supplemental Environmental Projects That Advance Environmental Improvement Efforts, Which Include: (1) A Grant Agreement In The Amount Of $298,720 Between The City And The Rose Foundation For Communities And The Environment; (2) The Purchase And Installation Of Surveillance Cameras With License Plate Reading Capabilities At Chronic Illegal Dumping Hotspots For $160,000; And (3) The Purchase And Construction Of A Universal Waste Storage Shed For $16,280

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  10. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Street Renaming For David Sakurai From: Councilmember Jenkins Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Commemoratively Renaming Of The 8200 Block Of Fontaine Ave/Fontaine Overpass “David Sakurai Way” Pursuant To The Policy And Criteria Established By Oakland City Council Resolution No. 77967 C.M.S

    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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  11. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Honoring The Life And Legacy Of Stacey Park Milbern From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring The Life And Legacy Of Stacey Park Milbern For Her Substantial Advocacy And Organizing Efforts To Advance Disability Justice And Her Indelible Impact On Creating A More Equitable Oakland

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

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  12. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointments To The Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Reappointment Of Marc Barach And Appointment Of Haley Gonzales, Fernando Cervantes, Cameron Snyder, Thomas Omolo, And Josefina Thomas As Members Of The Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission

    A motion was made by Kevin Jenkins, seconded by Janani Ramachandran, that this matter be Adopted as Amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  13. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointments To The Public Safety And Services Violence Prevention Oversight Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Reappointments Of Paula Hawthorn And Sonya Mehta As Members Of The Public Safety And Services Violence Prevention Oversight Commission

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  14. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointments To The Affordable Housing And Infrastructure Public Oversight Committee From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Reappointments Of Ali Schwarz And Ellen Wu And Appointment Of Christa Brown As Members Of The Affordable Housing And Infrastructure Public Oversight Committee

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  15. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointments To The Library Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointments Of Elias Lawler, Anand Patel, And Carolyn Jones To The Library Commission

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  16. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointment To The Privacy Advisory Commission From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointment Of Don Zhe Nan Wang To The Privacy Advisory Commission [TITLE CHANGE]

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  17. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Information Technology Department Temporary Staff Augmentation From: Information Technology Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Insight Global, For Temporary As Needed Technical Staff Augmentation In The Grand Total Not To Exceed Amount Of $3,750,000 For A Term Beginning August 1, 2024, And Ending July 31, 2029, And To The Extent Necessary, Waiving The Local/Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements For Information Technology Agreements.

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  18. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Alameda County's Reimbursement For Election Management System To Allow For Youth Voting From: Council President Fortunato Bas, And Councilmembers Kaplan And Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Reimburse Alameda County In An Amount Not To Exceed $84,000 For The Costs Required To Update The County’s Election Management System To Allow For Youth Voting In School Director Elections And To Take All Actions Necessary For Such Reimbursement

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  19. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Alameda County OPD Narcotics Taskforce MOU From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) With Alameda County, The City Of Alameda, The City Of Hayward, East Bay Regional Parks, Oakland Housing Authority, Bay Area Rapid Transit, And California Highway Patrol To Participate In The Alameda County Narcotics Taskforce (ACNTF), From July 1, 2024 Through June 30, 2029

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  20. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Alameda County Fire Department Emergency Response Agreement From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Five-Year Contract With The Alameda County Fire Department For The Oakland Fire Department To Provide Fire Response Services Within The City Of Emeryville For The Time Period Of July 1, 2024 Through June 30, 2029, In The Amount Of Fifty-Seven Thousand One Hundred And Twenty-Eight Dollars ($57,128) For The First Year, And In A Projected Amount Of Sixty Four Thousand Two Hundred And Ninety-Eight Dollars ($64,298) By The Fifth Year, With Two One-Year Options To Extend The Agreement At The Service Cost

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  21. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Cultural Funding Networks Of Care Grants From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Grants To Fifteen (15) Oakland-Based Nonprofit Organizations Providing Arts Instruction For Oakland Youth Through June 30, 2025, In A Total Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000)

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  22. Second Reading and Final Passage
    Ordinance

    Subject: OMSS Lease Disposition And Development Agreement - Fourth Amendment From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A Fourth Amendment To The Lease Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And OMSS, LLC, For Development Of An Ancillary Maritime Support Facility For Truck Parking And Related Services At 10 Burma Road And 2307 Wake Avenue, To Extend The Outside Closing Date By Nine Months Subject To An Extension Payment Of $37,500, With An Additional Three Month Administrative Extension Subject To An Extension Payment Of $12,500; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This Ordinance was Approved On Introduction and Scheduled for Final Passage. to the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 6/4/2024

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  23. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Professional Services Contract Amendment For Piedmont Pines Phase II Undergrounding Project From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Increasing The Professional Services Contract For The Piedmont Pines Utility Undergrounding Project, Phase II, (Project #1000647) With Harris And Associates In An Amount Of Three-Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($330,00.00), For A Total Amount Not-To-Exceed Four Hundred Eleven Thousand, Six Hundred Thirteen Dollars ($411,613.00); 2) Waiving The Competitive Request For Qualifications/Proposal Selection Requirement, And 3) Waiving Local Business Enterprise/Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  24. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Major Encroachment Permit At 1919 Peralta Street From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting A Conditional And Revocable Major Encroachment Permit To Prescott Properties I EDP, LLC To Allow Two Building Access Ramps, And A Fire Service Water Backflow Preventor To Encroach Into The Public Right Of Way Fronting The Property At 1919 Peralta Street, Major Encroachment Permit ENMJ24053; And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  25. Failed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Major Encroachment Permit At 1880 Mountain Boulevard From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting A Conditional And Revocable Major Encroachment Permit To Property Owner, Tenth Church Of Christ Scientist, To Allow Portions Of An American With Disabilities Act Compliant Access Ramp To Encroach Into The Public Right Of Way Fronting The Property At 1880 Mountain Boulevard, Major Encroachment Permit ENMJ24052, And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    A motion was made by Kevin Jenkins, seconded by Janani Ramachandran, that this matter be Not Adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  26. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Final Tract Map No. 8658 Subdivision Map 8750 Mountain Blvd (Oak Knoll Parcel 7) From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Conditionally Approving A Final Map For Tract No. 8658, Located At 8750 Mountain Boulevard (Oak Knoll Project Phase 1 Parcel 7), For A Twenty-Eight Lot Subdivision As Part Of Property Owned By Oak Knoll Venture Acquisition, LLC; And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  27. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Major Encroachment Permit At 2101 Telegraph Ave. From: Department Of Transportation Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting A Conditional And Revocable Major Encroachment Permit To 2101 Telegraph Avenue Associates, A California Limited Partnership To Allow Portions Of An Existing Basement And Lift To Encroach Into The Public Right Of Way Fronting The Property At 2101 Telegraph Avenue, Major Encroachment Permit ENMJ24051; And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  28. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Resolution In Support Of SB 1060 (BECKER) The Fire Insurance Risk Evaluation Act From: President Pro Tempore Kalb And Councilmember Ramachandran Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of SB 1060 (Becker), The Fire Insurance Risk Evaluation Act, Which Would Require Property Insurers Who Use Risk Models For Underwriting Purposes To Take Into Consideration Actions Taken To Reduce Wildfire Risk

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  29. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Support Of California SB 1144 (Skinner) From: Councilmember Ramachandran Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of California State Senate Bill 1144 (Skinner), That Would Require Online Marketplaces To Verify Products Advertised On Their Platforms By High-Volume Third-Party Sellers Were Produced Or Acquired Lawfully, And Impose Disclosure And Reporting Requirements On Online Marketplaces Related To High-Volume Third Party Sellers

    This City Resolution was Adopted.

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  30. Passed
    City Resolution

    Subject: Directing The Oakland Police Commission To Propose Changes To OPD's Pursuit Policies From: Councilmember Jenkins And Reid Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The Oakland Police Commission To Propose Changes To The Following Oakland Police Department Policies: (1) Departmental General Order J04 On Pursuit Driving; (2) Special Orders 9192 And 9212 On Vehicle Pursuits; And (3) Training Bulletin III-B.9 On Pursuit Intervention Maneuver Techniques, For Submission To The City Council Pursuant To Section 604(B)(4) Of The Oakland City Charter

    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

    Subject: City Of Oakland Vegetation Management Plan From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Adopting The City Of Oakland Vegetation Management Plan (“VMP”), Which: (A) Describes The Actions That The Oakland Fire Department (“OFD”) Will Take Over The 10-Year Plan Timeframe To Reduce Fire Hazard On Approximately Nineteen Hundred And Twenty-Four (1,924) Acres Of City-Owned Land And Along Three Hundred And Eight (308) Miles Of Roadway In The City Of Oakland’s Designated Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone (“VHFHSZ”), (B) Meets OFD’s Stated Goals Of Reducing Wildfire Hazard On City-Owned Land And Along Critical Access/Egress Routes, Thereby Reducing The Likelihood Of Ignitions And Extreme Fire Behavior To Enhance Public And Firefighter Safety, (C) Avoids Or Minimizes Impacts To Natural Resources, And (D) Contributes To Regional Efforts To Reduce Wildfire Hazard In The Oakland Hills; And (2) Certifying The Environmental Impact Report For The VMP That Analyzes The VMPS’s Potential Significant Impacts And Makes Certain Findings Concerning Environmental Impacts, Mitigation Measures, And Alternatives, And Adopting A Mitigation Monitoring And Reporting Program, All In Accordance With The California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”)

    A motion was made by Treva Reid, seconded by Noel Gallo, that this matter be Adopted as Amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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Concurrent Meeting Of The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency / City Council / Geologic Hazard Abatement District Board

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  1. In Council
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Meeting Of May 21, 2024
  2. In Council
    Report and Recommendation

    Subject: The Bay Area Housing Finance Authority (BAHFA) Bond Measure From: Council President Fortunato Bas, Councilmembers Fife And Reid Recommendation: Receive A Report And Recommendation Regarding The Bay Area Housing Finance Authority ( BAHFA) Bond Measure From The Association Of Bay Area Governments (ABAG)
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  3. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Leona Quarry GHAD Annual Budget For Fiscal Year 2024/25 From: GHAD Manager Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 2024/01 Adopting The Annual GHAD Budget For Fiscal Year 2024/25, And Updating GHAD Manager Payment Limits Under The Existing Consulting Services Agreement And Suspending The Assessment Levy For Fiscal Year 2024/25
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  4. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Area GHAD Annual Budget For Fiscal Year 2024/25 From: GHAD Manager Recommendation: Adopt Resolution 2024/04 Adopting The Annual GHAD Budget For Fiscal Year 2024/25, And Updating GHAD Manager Payment Limits Under The Existing Consulting Services Agreement
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  5. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Confirm The Assessment Set Forth In The Engineer’s Report, Dated April 3, 2024, For Oak Knoll Development From: GHAD Manager Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt Resolution 2024/02 Accepting The Tabulation Of Votes For The Oak Knoll Development Within The Oakland Area Geologic Hazard Abatement District, And If Approved, Adopt Resolution 2024/03 Resolution Confirming The Assessment And Authorizing The Levy And Collection Of The Assessment For The Oak Knoll Development Within The Oakland Area Geologic Hazard Abatement District
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  6. 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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  7. Second Reading and Final Passage
    Ordinance

    Subject: OMSS Lease Disposition And Development Agreement - Fourth Amendment From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A Fourth Amendment To The Lease Disposition And Development Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And OMSS, LLC, For Development Of An Ancillary Maritime Support Facility For Truck Parking And Related Services At 10 Burma Road And 2307 Wake Avenue, To Extend The Outside Closing Date By Nine Months Subject To An Extension Payment Of $37,500, With An Additional Three Month Administrative Extension Subject To An Extension Payment Of $12,500; And Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Findings
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  8. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Safety Facilities Plan From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The Oakland Safety Facilities Plan, Identifying Sites For Acquisition, Development And/Or Improvements, Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into Negotiations For Specified Improvements To Existing Safety Facilities And Acquisition And Development Of New Safety Facilities, And Adopting Findings Under The California Environmental Quality Act
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  9. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District Modification From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Intention To Modify The Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District 2018 (OTBID 2018); Granting Preliminary Approval Of The Proposed Modified Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District 2018 Management Plan; And Scheduling A Public Hearing For July 2, 2024
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  10. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: State Of California Specified Grants From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1) Approve Applications For, Accept, And Appropriate Specified Grant Funds From The State Of California Budget Act Of 2022, Item 3790-101-0001 As Amended By AB 179, Section 19.56, Item Numbers: (9)(B)(1)(AP) $700,000 For Verdese Carter Park Renovations; And (9)(B)(1)(AR) $295,000 For Tassafaronga Park Upgrades; And (9)(B)(1)(BH) $1,035,000 For Arroyo Viejo Park Improvements; And (2) Adopt Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings
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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: FY 2024-25 Landscaping And Lighting District (LLAD) - Confirmation From: Finance Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Confirming The City Of Oakland Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District (LLAD) Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-25 Engineer’s Report And The Levying Of Assessments
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  14. In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Voter Approved Measures, FY 2024-25 Cost-Of-Living Tax Adjustment, Fixing Rate Of Tax, And Levying Tax From: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2024-25 Increase In The Rate Of Property Tax Imposed By Voter-Approved Measures; And (2) Fixing The Rate Of The Property Tax And Levying A Tax On Real And Personal Property In The City Of Oakland For Fiscal Year 2024-25 For The Emergency Medical Services Retention Act Of 1997 (Measure M), The Paramedic Services Act Of 1997 (Measure N), The Library Services Retention And Enhancement Act Of 1994 (Measure C), The 2014 Oakland Public Safety And Services Violence Prevention Act (Measure Z), The 2018 Oakland Public Library Preservation Act (Measure D), The 2020 Oakland Parks And Recreation Preservation, Litter Reduction, Homelessness Support Act (Measure Q), The Children’s Initiative Of 2018 (Measure AA), And The 2022 Oakland Zoo Animal Care, Education And Improvement Ordinance (Measure Y)
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  15. In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Amending The FY 2023-24 Master Fee Schedule (MFS) From: Finance Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13747 C.M.S. (Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2023-24 Master Fee Schedule), As Amended, To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees And Penalties Assessed By The City Of Oakland For Fiscal Year 2024-2025
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  16. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: 955 57th St./5655 Lowell St. “Appeal To Council” By Property Owner From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Denying The Appeal Of Appellant 955 57th LLC And Upholding The Decision Of The Independent Hearing Officer Regarding The Declaration Of Public Nuisance At 955 57th Street/5655 Lowell Street
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  17. In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Subdivision Code (Title 16) And Planning Code (Title 17) Amendments From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance (1) Amending The Oakland Planning Code (Title 17) Of The Oakland Municipal Code (OMC), As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, To: (A) Update Regulations For Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUS) And Junior Accessory Dwelling Units (JADUS) To Comply With State Law And Implement Miscellaneous And Clean-Up Changes In Support Of The Title 17 Amendments Adopted In October 2023 To Streamline The Development Review Process For Small Projects And Improve The City’s Ability To Improve More Complex Projects, Such As Housing, And (B) Provide Written Findings In Support Of ADU Planning Code Regulations Restricting The Development Of ADUS In The S-9 Overlay Zone And For Non-Habitable Space In Multi-Family Buildings; And (2) Amending The Oakland Subdivision Code (Title 16) Of The OMC To Remove The Prevalent Lot Size Requirement, In Line With Previous Title 17 Changes Adopted In October 2023; And (3) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings
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  18. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District Renewal From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution (1) Declaring Results Of A Majority Protest Proceeding For The Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District (OTBID); (2) Adopting And Approving The Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District Management Plan; (3) Approving The Assessments For The OTBID; And (4) Establishing The Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District
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  19. Second Reading and Final Passage
    Ordinance

    Subject: Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District 2024 From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Of The City Council Establishing The Oakland Tourism Business Improvement District
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  20. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointment To The Taxation And Assessment Board Of Review From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointment Of Cameron Potratz To The Oakland Taxation And Assessment Board Of Review
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  21. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Amendment to Reso No. 90183-OPD Schaefer’s Cold Storage Contract From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 90183 C.M.S., Which Awarded A Contract To Schaefer’s Cold Storage For Frozen Storage Facility Use For The Preservation Of Evidence For Five Years Plus Two One-Year Extensions, To Correct The Contract Amount To An Amount Not To Exceed $4,028,738
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  22. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Appointment To The Business Tax Board Of Review From: Office Of The Mayor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor’s Appointment Of Cameron Potratz To The Business Tax Board Of Review
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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 May 14, 2024
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  2. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Contract For On-Call Planning Permit Support Services From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate, Award And Execute A Professional Services Agreement With Interwest Consulting Group In An Amount Not To Exceed Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) For On-Call Planning Permit Support Services On An As-Needed Basis, For A Period Of Three Years, With An Option For The City Administrator To Enter Into Two Additional One-Year Contract Extensions Without Returning To City Council, While Waiving The City’s Request For Proposal Requirements Under Oakland Municipal Code (“OMC”) Section 2.04.051(B); And (2) Appropriating Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) From The Development Services Fund (Fund 2415) Balance To Finance The Contract Awarded To Interwest Consulting Group To Provide On-Call Planning Permit Support Services On An As-Needed Basis; And (3) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings.
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  3. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Memorandum Of Agreement For 183 Somerset Rd From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Agreement With The City Of Piedmont Establishing That The City Of Piedmont Will Process Planning And Building Entitlements For A Single-Family Dwelling Remodel And Addition At 183 Somerset Rd, A Property Located Within Both Jurisdictions; And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings
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  4. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Ice Center Solar Energy System Improvement Project From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing A Reallocation Of Redevelopment Bond Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed Six Hundred Seventy-One Thousand One Hundred Twenty Dollars ($671,120) For The Sharks Ice, LLC, To Manage Capital Improvements To The Solar Energy System At The Oakland Ice Center; And (2) Waiving The City’s Competitive Process And Local/Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements; And (3) Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Exemption Findings
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  5. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: Consumption Ordinance From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Section 5.80.025 (Onsite Consumption Permit) By: (A) Authorizing The City Administrator To Issue An Onsite Consumption Permit To A Permitted Dispensary Regardless Of How Long The Dispensary Has Been Operating; And (B) Removing The Public Hearing Requirement For An Onsite Consumption Permit; And (2) Making California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings
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  6. In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Subdivision Code (Title 16) And Planning Code (Title 17) Amendments From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance (1) Amending The Oakland Planning Code (Title 17) Of The Oakland Municipal Code (OMC), As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, To: (A) Update Regulations For Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUS) And Junior Accessory Dwelling Units (JADUS) To Comply With State Law And Implement Miscellaneous And Clean-Up Changes In Support Of The Title 17 Amendments Adopted In October 2023 To Streamline The Development Review Process For Small Projects And Improve The City’s Ability To Improve More Complex Projects, Such As Housing, And (B) Provide Written Findings In Support Of ADU Planning Code Regulations Restricting The Development Of ADUS In The S-9 Overlay Zone And For Non-Habitable Space In Multi-Family Buildings; And (2) Amending The Oakland Subdivision Code (Title 16) Of The OMC To Remove The Prevalent Lot Size Requirement, In Line With Previous Title 17 Changes Adopted In October 2023; And (3) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings
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  7. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Amendment To Economic Development Administration Grant For Small Business Technical Assistance From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 89018 C.M.S. To Authorize The City Administrator To Take The Following Actions Related To Providing Small Business Technical Assistance: (A) Amend Grant Agreements For An Extended Term Until September 30, 2024, Between The City And Merriwether & Williams And The Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation; And (B) Amend The Grant Agreement Between The City And The Spanish Speaking Unity Council To Increase The Initial Not To Exceed Amount By An Additional Thirty-seven Thousand Five Hundred Twenty-Nine Dollars ($37,529) And Extend The Term Until September 30, 2024
    Attachments
  8. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: FY 2024-25 OWDB Budget And Contracts From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The Following Actions: (1) Adopting The Fiscal Year 2024-25 Workforce Development Budget; And (2) Accepting And Appropriating Workforce Innovation And Opportunity (WIOA) Title I Formula Funds For Adult, Dislocated Worker, Youth And Rapid Response Services In The Estimated Amount Of Three Million Six Hundred Sixty-Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty-One Dollars ($3,669,951); And (3) Accepting And Appropriating Two Million Three Hundred Twenty-Seven Thousand Four Hundred Thirty Dollars ($2,327,430) From California Volunteers To Increase Youth And Young Adult Employment And Develop Pathways Into Careers In Public Service; And (4) Appropriating One Million Nine Hundred Eighty-four Thousand Two Hundred Eighty-Six Dollars ($1,984,286) From The General Fund And Other Funds For Workforce Development; And (5) Authorizing The Carryover Of Unspent Fiscal Year 2023-2024 WIOA And Other Funds In The Estimated Amount Of Five Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand Four Hundred Seventy-Five Dollars ($533,475) In Fiscal Year 2024-2025; And (6) Authorizing Grant Agreements With Service Providers Competitively Selected To Provide Comprehensive, Specialized, Business Engagement And Youth Services From WIOA Title I Formula Funds And Other Funds For Fiscal Year 2024-2025
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*Special Concurrent Meeting Of The Oakland Redevelopment Agency/city Council

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  1. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: Report On Status Of Implementing Council Policy Directives From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Administrator On The Status of Implementing Policy Directives Passed By The City Council
    Attachments
  2. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Queer And Transgender Asian Pacific Islander Organization Week From: Councilmember Kaplan, Council President Fortunato Bas And Councilmember Ramachandran Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Proclaiming May 25-June 2, 2024, As Queer And Transgender Asian And Pacific Islander (QTAPI) Week And Commending The Bay Area QTAPI Coalition For Organizing, Mobilizing, And Inspiring Our QTAPI Community, And For Uplifting The Numerous Contributions Made By The QTAPI Community Locally, Nationally, And Globally
    Attachments
  3. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Recognizing Oakland High Schools Basketball Teams On Their 2024 State Championship Titles From: Councilmember Reid, Council President Fortunato Bas And President Pro Tempore Kalb Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring The Oakland High School Women’s Basketball Team As 2024 CIF Division V State Champions And The Oakland Technical High School Boys Basketball Team As 2024 CIF Division II State Champions
    Attachments
  4. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: Informational Report On Mayor’s Proposed FY 2024-25 Midcycle Budget From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Mayor’s Proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-25 Midcycle Budget
    Attachments
  5. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: State And Federal Advocacy Update From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From Townsend On State And Federal Advocacy Efforts
    Attachments
  6. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: FY 2023-24 GPF Operating Deficit Plan Of Action To Balance From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Plan Of Action To Close The FY 2023-2024 GPF Operating Deficit
    Attachments
  7. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: 2023 Direct Community Grant - Council Update From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On A Status Update Of The 2023 Direct Community Grant Program
    Attachments

*Life Enrichment Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 14, 2024
    Attachments
  2. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Report On City Managed Homeless Interventions From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Administrator On All City Managed Homelessness Interventions, Including (1) A List Of All Interventions And Which District Each Intervention Is Located In; (2) The Service Provider And Specific Amenities And Services Provided At Each Location; (3) The Managing City Staff For Each Intervention; And (4) If And How The City Ensures All Of The Necessary Facilities And Services For Residents Are In Place And Fully Functional
    Attachments
  3. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: OFCY Fiscal Year 24-25 Grant Renewals From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Oakland Fund For Children And Youth Grant Agreements In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $18,787,282 To Public And Non-Profit Agencies To Provide Direct Services For Children And Youth For An Additional One-Year Term From June 1, 2024 - September 30, 2024 For Summer Programs And From July 1, 2024 - June 30, 2025 For Full Year Programs
    Attachments
  4. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Family Programs From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Accepting, Appropriating, And Authorizing Agreements For Receipt Of Funds From (A) The State Family Homelessness Challenge (FHC) Grant, Round 2 (FHC-2) In An Amount Up To $1,844,860 And (B) Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) In An Amount Up To $1,200,000; And (2) Awarding Grant Agreements To Six Homeless Services Providers Identified In Table 1 Using FHC Funds To Implement The FHC Project Through June 30, 2026; And  (3) Awarding A Grant Agreement To East Oakland Community Project (EOCP) In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $2,100,404 From July 1, 2024 Through April 30, 2027 To Operate The Matilda Cleveland And Families In Transition Programs Using City And OHA Funds; (4) Awarding A Grant Agreement To EOCP In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $1,875,000 From July 1, 2024 Through September 30, 2025 To Operate The Family Matters Shelter Using Measure Q Funds; And  (5) Awarding A Grant Agreement To Cornerstone Community Development Corporation Dba Building Futures Women And Children (BFWC) In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $352,000 From July 1, 2024 Through September 30, 2026 To Operate Oakland’s Family Front Door
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* Public Works And Transportation Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 14, 2024
    Attachments
  2. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Bruce Lee Way Commemorative Street Renaming From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To (1) Commemoratively Rename The Intersection Of Broadway And Garnet Street As ‘Bruce Lee Way’ And (2) Authorize The Installation Of A Plaque Honoring Bruce Lee, Pursuant To The Policy And Procedures Established By Oakland City Council Resolution No. 77967 C.M.S.
    Attachments
  3. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: City Fleet Electrification Plan and Status Update From: Oakland Public Works Bureau Of Maintenance And Internal Services Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The City’s Fleet Electrification Plan And Status Update
    Attachments
  4. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: (Pay-By-App) System From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (A) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into Professional Services Agreements With (1) Paybyphone US Inc., (2) Passport Inc., (3) Parkmobile LLC, (4) Honkmobile USA LTD., And (5) IPS Group, Inc., For Five Years, In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) Each Per Year, For A Total Not To Exceed Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) For Each Agreement, With The Authority To Extend Each Agreement For Two Additional One-Year Periods For A Total Of Seven Years At A Total Not To Exceed Cost Of Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,5000,000) For Each Agreement, To Collect Transaction Fees From Parkers; And (B) Accepting And Appropriating A One Time Payment Of Up To Six Thousand Dollars ($6,000) Each From (1) Paybyphone US Inc., (2) Passport Inc., (3) Parkmobile LLC, (4) Honkmobile USA LTD., And (5) IPS Group, Inc., For A Total Of, Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000), And Annual Payments Of Up To Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) From 1) Paybyphone US Inc., (2) Passport Inc., (3) Parkmobile LLC, (4) Honkmobile Usa LTD., And (5) IPS Group, Inc., For A Total Of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) Annually For Parking Signage Installation And Maintenance.
    Attachments
  5. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Multi-Disciplinary On-Call Services 2024 From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Civil Engineering Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) Each To: 1) Aliquot Associates, Inc., (2) Alta Planning + Design, Inc., (3) Anchor Engineering, Inc. DBA Anchor, (4) Arup Us, Inc., (5) BKF Engineers, (6) Diablo Engineering Group, (7) GHD Inc., (8) Ida Structural Engineers, Inc., (9) JMA Civil Inc., (10) Kimley-Horn Associates Inc., (11) Parsons Transportation Group Incorporated, (12) SANDIS Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners, (13) Terraphase Engineering Inc., (14) VST Engineering Inc., And (15) Wood Rodgers Inc.; And
    Attachments
  6. In Committee
    City Resolution

    2) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Transportation Engineering - Traffic Capital Project (TCP) And Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) Each To: (1) Alta Planning + Design, Inc., (2) CHS Consulting Group, (3) DKS Associates, (4) Fehr & Peers, (5) GHD Inc., (6) Kimley-Horn Associates Inc., (7) Kittleson & Associates, Inc., (8) Nelson/Nygaard Consulting, (9) Parsons Transportation Group Incorporated, (10) Sandis Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners, (11) Toole Design Group, LLC, And (12) Wood Rodgers Inc.; And
    Attachments
  7. In Committee
    City Resolution

    3) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Public Space Management Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) Each To: (1) 4 Leaf, Inc. (2) Anchor Engineering, Inc. DBA Anchor, (3) Diablo Engineering Group, And (4) West Coast Code Consultants Inc. (WC-3); And
    Attachments
  8. In Committee
    City Resolution

    4) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Engineering Services For Paving That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,500,000) Each To: (1) Alta Planning + Design, Inc., (2) BKF Engineers, (3) Diablo Engineering Group, (4) Kimley-Horn Associates Inc., And (5) Nichols Consulting Engineers, CHTD; And
    Attachments
  9. In Committee
    City Resolution

    5) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Geotechnical Engineering Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) Each To: (1) AGS Inc Consulting Services, (2) Arup US, Inc., (3) Construction Testing Services, (4) Engeo, (5) Furgo, (6) Haley & Aldrich, Inc., (7) Langan Engineering And Environmental Services, (8) Ninyo & Moore, And (9) Terraphase Engineering Inc.; And
    Attachments
  10. In Committee
    City Resolution

    6) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Land Surveying Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) Each To: (1) Aliquot Associates, Inc., (2) Bay Area Land Surveying, Inc., (3) BKF Engineers, (4) Langan Engineering And Environmental Services, (5) Sandis Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners, And (6) Wood Rodgers Inc.; And
    Attachments
  11. In Committee
    City Resolution

    7) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Construction Management Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not-To-Exceed Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) Each To: 1) Acumen Building Enterprise, 2) AGS Inc Consulting Services, 3) Aliquot Associates, Inc., 4) Anchor Engineering, Inc. DBA Anchor, 5) Azad Engineering PC, 6) Biggs Cardosa Associates Inc., 7) Consolidated CM Inc., 8) Dabri Inc., 9) Diablo Engineering Group, 10) Macks Craic, Inc. DBA Mack5, 11) Parsons Transportation Group Incorporated, And 12) VSCE, Inc.; And
    Attachments
  12. In Committee
    City Resolution

    8) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Transportation Planning Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not-To-Exceed One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) Each To: (1) Alta Planning + Design, Inc., (2) Arup US, Inc., (3) BKF Engineers, (4) CHS Consulting Group, (5) Diablo Engineering Group, (6) DKS Associates, (7) Fehr & Peers, (8) GHD Inc., (9) Kimley-Horn Associates Inc., (10) Kittleson & Associates, Inc., (11) Nelson/Nygaard Consulting (NNE), (12) Parsons Transportation Group Incorporated, (13) Sandis Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners, (14) T.Y. Lin International, CCS, (15) Toole Design Group, LLC, And (16) Wood Rodgers Inc.; And
    Attachments
  13. In Committee
    City Resolution

    9) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Special Inspection And Material Testing Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not-To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) Each To: (1) Applied Materials & Engineering, Inc., (2) Construction Testing Services, Inc., (3) Engeo, (4) ISI Inspection Services, Inc., (5) Ninyo & Moore, And (6) Twining, Inc.
    Attachments
  14. In Committee
    City Resolution

    10) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Community Based Organization (CBO) And Non-Profit Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not-To-Exceed Seven Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($750,000) Each To: (1) East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation, (2) Eastside Arts Alliance, Inc., (3) East Bay Bicycle Coalition DBA Bike East Bay, (4) Transformca DBA Transform, And (5) Walk Oakland Bike Oakland
    Attachments

*Finance & Management Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 14, 2024
    Attachments
  2. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Cash Management Report For FY 2023-2024 Third Quarter Ended March 31, 2024 From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Cash Management Report For Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Third Quarter Ended March 31, 2024
    Attachments
  3. In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Amending The FY 2023-24 Master Fee Schedule (MFS) From: Finance Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13747 C.M.S. (Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2023-24 Master Fee Schedule), As Amended, To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees And Penalties Assessed By The City Of Oakland For Fiscal Year 2024-2025
    Attachments
  4. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: FY 2023-24 Q3 R&E Report From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 Third Quarter Revenue And Expenditure (R&E) Results And Year-End Estimates For The General Purpose Fund (GPF, 1010), And Select Funds
    Attachments
  5. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Democracy Dollars Program Implementation From: Public Ethics Commission Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into An Agreement With Maplight, To Design, Build And Implement The City Of Oakland’s Democracy Dollars Software Platform, For A Five-Year Term For A Not-To-Exceed Contract Amount Of $700,000, And Waiving The Competitive Multi-Step Solicitation Process And Local/Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements For Information Technology Agreements
    Attachments
  6. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Subject: General Purpose Fund Major Revenue Sources Overview Report From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Recommendation Providing An Overview On General Purpose Fund Major Revenue Sources
    Attachments

*Rules & Legislation Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 23, 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
  3. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: Amendments To Oakland Municipal Code Sections 3.08.040 And 3.08.080 From: Office Of City Clerk Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Sections: (1) 3.08.040 (Nomination Petitions) To Authorize The City Clerk To Extend Normal Office Hours On The Final Day Of The Nomination Period For An Election, To Explicitly Adopt The State Law Extension Of Time To File Nomination Petitions, And To Update The Language To Require Candidates To Return Nomination Materials In Person Consistent With Existing Practice; And (2) 3.08.080 (Qualifications Statement) To Add Requirement That Sponsors Are Registered Voters Consistent With Requirement For Nomination Petition Signatures
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*Special Rules And Legislation Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 16, 2024
    Attachments
  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
  3. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Proposed Ballot Measure To Modernize And Strengthen Ethics Oversight In The City Of Oakland From: Public Ethics Commission Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters For The November 5, 2024 General Municipal Election A Measure That Would Amend City Charter Sections 603, 401 And 403, And Oakland Municipal Code Chapters 2.24 And 3.20 To, Among Other Things: (1) Revise The Qualifications And Restrictions On Eligibility To Serve As A Commissioner On The Public Ethics Commission (Commission); (2) Establish That Members Of The Commission May Serve In Holdover Status For A Period Of One Year; (3) Specify The Vote Threshold For Action By The Commission; (4) Revise The Removal Procedures For Members Of The Commission; (5) Add Additional Minimum Staffing Requirements For The Commission And Limit The Ability Of The City To Reduce Staffing Based On Fiscal Necessity; (6) Provide The Executive Director The Ability, At Their Discretion, To Hire Outside Legal Counsel In Addition To Using The City Attorney To Render Legal Advice And Services To The Commission Relating To Laws The Commission Administers Or Enforces; (7) Expand The Types Of Laws That The City Council Must Forward To The Commission To Review; (8) Require The City Council To Consider All Proposals From The Commission Regarding Amendments To Any Law The Commission Enforces Or Administers; (9) Amend The City Attorney And City Auditor Salary Review Schedule To Allow The Commission To Set The Salary On A Bi-Annual Basis; And (10) Amend The Lobbyist Registration Act To Restrict Local Governmental Lobbyists From Making Any Payment Or Incurring Any Expense Of Any Amount That Directly Benefits An Elected City Officeholder, Candidate Or Member Of Their Immediate Family; And Directing The City Clerk To Fix The Date For Submission Of Arguments And Provide For Notice And Publication, And To Take Any And All Other Actions Necessary Under Law To Prepare For And Conduct The November 5, 2024 General Municipal Election
    Attachments
  4. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Charter Amendment For Changing The Mayoral Salary-Setting Process From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters For The November 5, 2024 General Municipal Election A Measure That Would Amend City Charter Sections 300 And 603 To, Among Other Things: (1) Transfer The Duties Of Setting The Mayor’s Salary From The City Council To The Public Ethics Commission To Be Adjusted, Subject To Certain Conditions, On A Biannual Basis; (2) Update The Criteria For Setting The Mayor’s Salary To Criteria Similar To That Applied By The Commission In Setting The City Attorney’s And City Auditor’s Salaries; And Directing The City Clerk To Fix The Date For Submission Of Arguments And Provide For Notice And Publication, And To Take Any And All Other Actions Necessary Under Law To Prepare For And Conduct The November 5, 2024 General Municipal Election
    Attachments
  5. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Wildfire Prevention Zone Special Tax From: Office Of The City Administrator, Councilmember Ramachandran And President Pro Tempore Kalb Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters At The November 5, 2024 General Municipal Election, An Ordinance To Adopt A Special Tax To Support Wildfire Prevention Efforts In The City’s Wildfire Prevention Zone Identified Herein; And Directing The City Clerk To Take Any And All Actions Necessary Under Law To Submit This Special Tax To The Voters At The General Municipal Election; And Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings
    Attachments
  6. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: 2024 Cultural Facilities Infrastructure Bond Measure From: Council President Fortunato Bas, President Pro Tempore Kalb And Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters At The November 5, 2024 General Election A Proposed Ordinance To Authorize Issuance Of $182 Million In General Obligation Bonds To Fund Infrastructure Projects At Chabot Space And Science Center, Children’s Fairyland, The Oakland Museum Of California, And Peralta Hacienda Historical Park To Improve And Build Facilities To Advance, Among Other Objectives, The Educational, Recreational, And Cultural Programming For All Children, Families And Residents; And Directing The City Clerk To Fix The Date For Submission Of Arguments And Provide For Notice And Publication And Take Any And All Actions Necessary Under Law To Submit This Measure To The Voters At The November 5, 2024 General Municipal Election
    Attachments
  7. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Democracy Dollars Program Implementation From: Public Ethics Commission Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into An Agreement With Maplight, To Design, Build And Implement The City Of Oakland’s Democracy Dollars Software Platform, For A Five-Year Term For A Not-To-Exceed Contract Amount Of $700,000, And Waiving The Competitive Multi-Step Solicitation Process And Local/Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements For Information Technology Agreements
    Attachments
  8. In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Amending The FY 2023-24 Master Fee Schedule (MFS) From: Finance Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13747 C.M.S. (Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2023-24 Master Fee Schedule), As Amended, To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees And Penalties Assessed By The City Of Oakland For Fiscal Year 2024-2025
    Attachments
  9. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Cash Management Report For FY 2023-2024 Third Quarter Ended March 31, 2024 From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Cash Management Report For Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Third Quarter Ended March 31, 2024
    Attachments
  10. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: FY 2023-24 Q3 R&E Report From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 Third Quarter Revenue And Expenditure (R&E) Results And Year-End Estimates For The General Purpose Fund (GPF, 1010), And Select Funds
    Attachments
  11. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Subject: General Purpose Fund Major Revenue Sources Overview Report From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Recommendation Providing An Overview On General Purpose Fund Major Revenue Sources
    Attachments
  12. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: City Fleet Electrification Plan and Status Update From: Oakland Public Works Bureau Of Maintenance And Internal Services Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The City’s Fleet Electrification Plan And Status Update
    Attachments
  13. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Bruce Lee Way Commemorative Street Renaming From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To (1) Commemoratively Rename The Intersection Of Broadway And Garnet Street As ‘Bruce Lee Way’ And (2) Authorize The Installation Of A Plaque Honoring Bruce Lee, Pursuant To The Policy And Procedures Established By Oakland City Council Resolution No. 77967 C.M.S.
    Attachments
  14. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: (Pay-By-App) System From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (A) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into Professional Services Agreements With (1) Paybyphone US Inc., (2) Passport Inc., (3) Parkmobile LLC, (4) Honkmobile USA LTD., And (5) IPS Group, Inc., For Five Years, In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) Each Per Year, For A Total Not To Exceed Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) For Each Agreement, With The Authority To Extend Each Agreement For Two Additional One-Year Periods For A Total Of Seven Years At A Total Not To Exceed Cost Of Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,5000,000) For Each Agreement, To Collect Transaction Fees From Parkers; And (B) Accepting And Appropriating A One Time Payment Of Up To Six Thousand Dollars ($6,000) Each From (1) Paybyphone US Inc., (2) Passport Inc., (3) Parkmobile LLC, (4) Honkmobile USA LTD., And (5) IPS Group, Inc., For A Total Of, Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000), And Annual Payments Of Up To Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) From 1) Paybyphone US Inc., (2) Passport Inc., (3) Parkmobile LLC, (4) Honkmobile Usa LTD., And (5) IPS Group, Inc., For A Total Of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) Annually For Parking Signage Installation And Maintenance.
    Attachments
  15. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Multi-Disciplinary On-Call Services 2024 From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Civil Engineering Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) Each To: 1) Aliquot Associates, Inc., (2) Alta Planning + Design, Inc., (3) Anchor Engineering, Inc. DBA Anchor, (4) Arup Us, Inc., (5) BKF Engineers, (6) Diablo Engineering Group, (7) GHD Inc., (8) Ida Structural Engineers, Inc., (9) JMA Civil Inc., (10) Kimley-Horn Associates Inc., (11) Parsons Transportation Group Incorporated, (12) SANDIS Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners, (13) Terraphase Engineering Inc., (14) VST Engineering Inc., And (15) Wood Rodgers Inc.; And
    Attachments
  16. In Committee
    City Resolution

    2) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Transportation Engineering - Traffic Capital Project (TCP) And Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) Each To: (1) Alta Planning + Design, Inc., (2) CHS Consulting Group, (3) DKS Associates, (4) Fehr & Peers, (5) GHD Inc., (6) Kimley-Horn Associates Inc., (7) Kittleson & Associates, Inc., (8) Nelson/Nygaard Consulting, (9) Parsons Transportation Group Incorporated, (10) Sandis Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners, (11) Toole Design Group, LLC, And (12) Wood Rodgers Inc.; And
    Attachments
  17. In Committee
    City Resolution

    3) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Public Space Management Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) Each To: (1) 4 Leaf, Inc. (2) Anchor Engineering, Inc. DBA Anchor, (3) Diablo Engineering Group, And (4) West Coast Code Consultants Inc. (WC-3); And
    Attachments
  18. In Committee
    City Resolution

    4) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Engineering Services For Paving That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,500,000) Each To: (1) Alta Planning + Design, Inc., (2) BKF Engineers, (3) Diablo Engineering Group, (4) Kimley-Horn Associates Inc., And (5) Nichols Consulting Engineers, CHTD; And
    Attachments
  19. In Committee
    City Resolution

    5) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Geotechnical Engineering Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) Each To: (1) AGS Inc Consulting Services, (2) Arup US, Inc., (3) Construction Testing Services, (4) Engeo, (5) Furgo, (6) Haley & Aldrich, Inc., (7) Langan Engineering And Environmental Services, (8) Ninyo & Moore, And (9) Terraphase Engineering Inc.; And
    Attachments
  20. In Committee
    City Resolution

    6) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Land Surveying Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not- To-Exceed Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) Each To: (1) Aliquot Associates, Inc., (2) Bay Area Land Surveying, Inc., (3) BKF Engineers, (4) Langan Engineering And Environmental Services, (5) Sandis Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners, And (6) Wood Rodgers Inc.; And
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  21. In Committee
    City Resolution

    7) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Construction Management Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not-To-Exceed Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) Each To: 1) Acumen Building Enterprise, 2) AGS Inc Consulting Services, 3) Aliquot Associates, Inc., 4) Anchor Engineering, Inc. DBA Anchor, 5) Azad Engineering PC, 6) Biggs Cardosa Associates Inc., 7) Consolidated CM Inc., 8) Dabri Inc., 9) Diablo Engineering Group, 10) Macks Craic, Inc. DBA Mack5, 11) Parsons Transportation Group Incorporated, And 12) VSCE, Inc.; And
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  22. In Committee
    City Resolution

    8) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Transportation Planning Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not-To-Exceed One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) Each To: (1) Alta Planning + Design, Inc., (2) Arup US, Inc., (3) BKF Engineers, (4) CHS Consulting Group, (5) Diablo Engineering Group, (6) DKS Associates, (7) Fehr & Peers, (8) GHD Inc., (9) Kimley-Horn Associates Inc., (10) Kittleson & Associates, Inc., (11) Nelson/Nygaard Consulting (NNE), (12) Parsons Transportation Group Incorporated, (13) Sandis Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners, (14) T.Y. Lin International, CCS, (15) Toole Design Group, LLC, And (16) Wood Rodgers Inc.; And
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  23. In Committee
    City Resolution

    9) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Special Inspection And Material Testing Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not-To Exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) Each To: (1) Applied Materials & Engineering, Inc., (2) Construction Testing Services, Inc., (3) Engeo, (4) ISI Inspection Services, Inc., (5) Ninyo & Moore, And (6) Twining, Inc.
    Attachments
  24. In Committee
    City Resolution

    10) A Resolution Awarding Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Community Based Organization (CBO) And Non-Profit Services That Follow All City Purchasing Ordinance Requirements For A Contract Term Of Five (5) Years In The Amount Not-To-Exceed Seven Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($750,000) Each To: (1) East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation, (2) Eastside Arts Alliance, Inc., (3) East Bay Bicycle Coalition DBA Bike East Bay, (4) Transformca DBA Transform, And (5) Walk Oakland Bike Oakland
    Attachments
  25. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Contract For On-Call Planning Permit Support Services From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate, Award And Execute A Professional Services Agreement With Interwest Consulting Group In An Amount Not To Exceed Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) For On-Call Planning Permit Support Services On An As-Needed Basis, For A Period Of Three Years, With An Option For The City Administrator To Enter Into Two Additional One-Year Contract Extensions Without Returning To City Council, While Waiving The City’s Request For Proposal Requirements Under Oakland Municipal Code (“OMC”) Section 2.04.051(B); And (2) Appropriating Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) From The Development Services Fund (Fund 2415) Balance To Finance The Contract Awarded To Interwest Consulting Group To Provide On-Call Planning Permit Support Services On An As-Needed Basis; And (3) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings.
    Attachments
  26. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Memorandum Of Agreement For 183 Somerset Rd From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Agreement With The City Of Piedmont Establishing That The City Of Piedmont Will Process Planning And Building Entitlements For A Single-Family Dwelling Remodel And Addition At 183 Somerset Rd, A Property Located Within Both Jurisdictions; And Adopting Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings
    Attachments
  27. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Oakland Ice Center Solar Energy System Improvement Project From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing A Reallocation Of Redevelopment Bond Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed Six Hundred Seventy-One Thousand One Hundred Twenty Dollars ($671,120) For The Sharks Ice, LLC, To Manage Capital Improvements To The Solar Energy System At The Oakland Ice Center; And (2) Waiving The City’s Competitive Process And Local/Small Local Business Enterprise Program Requirements; And (3) Adopting California Environmental Quality Act Exemption Findings
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  28. In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Subdivision Code (Title 16) And Planning Code (Title 17) Amendments From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance (1) Amending The Oakland Planning Code (Title 17) Of The Oakland Municipal Code (OMC), As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, To: (A) Update Regulations For Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUS) And Junior Accessory Dwelling Units (JADUS) To Comply With State Law And Implement Miscellaneous And Clean-Up Changes In Support Of The Title 17 Amendments Adopted In October 2023 To Streamline The Development Review Process For Small Projects And Improve The City’s Ability To Improve More Complex Projects, Such As Housing, And (B) Provide Written Findings In Support Of ADU Planning Code Regulations Restricting The Development Of ADUS In The S-9 Overlay Zone And For Non-Habitable Space In Multi-Family Buildings; And (2) Amending The Oakland Subdivision Code (Title 16) Of The OMC To Remove The Prevalent Lot Size Requirement, In Line With Previous Title 17 Changes Adopted In October 2023; And (3) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings
    Attachments
  29. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: Consumption Ordinance From: Councilmember Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Section 5.80.025 (Onsite Consumption Permit) By: (A) Authorizing The City Administrator To Issue An Onsite Consumption Permit To A Permitted Dispensary Regardless Of How Long The Dispensary Has Been Operating; And (B) Removing The Public Hearing Requirement For An Onsite Consumption Permit; And (2) Making California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings
    Attachments
  30. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Amendment To Economic Development Administration Grant For Small Business Technical Assistance From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 89018 C.M.S. To Authorize The City Administrator To Take The Following Actions Related To Providing Small Business Technical Assistance: (A) Amend Grant Agreements For An Extended Term Until September 30, 2024, Between The City And Merriwether & Williams And The Black Cultural Zone Community Development Corporation; And (B) Amend The Grant Agreement Between The City And The Spanish Speaking Unity Council To Increase The Initial Not To Exceed Amount By An Additional Thirty-seven Thousand Five Hundred Twenty-Nine Dollars ($37,529) And Extend The Term Until September 30, 2024
    Attachments
  31. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: FY 2024-25 OWDB Budget And Contracts From: Economic And Workforce Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The Following Actions: (1) Adopting The Fiscal Year 2024-25 Workforce Development Budget; And (2) Accepting And Appropriating Workforce Innovation And Opportunity (WIOA) Title I Formula Funds For Adult, Dislocated Worker, Youth And Rapid Response Services In The Estimated Amount Of Three Million Six Hundred Sixty-Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty-One Dollars ($3,669,951); And (3) Accepting And Appropriating Two Million Three Hundred Twenty-Seven Thousand Four Hundred Thirty Dollars ($2,327,430) From California Volunteers To Increase Youth And Young Adult Employment And Develop Pathways Into Careers In Public Service; And (4) Appropriating One Million Nine Hundred Eighty-four Thousand Two Hundred Eighty-Six Dollars ($1,984,286) From The General Fund And Other Funds For Workforce Development; And (5) Authorizing The Carryover Of Unspent Fiscal Year 2023-2024 WIOA And Other Funds In The Estimated Amount Of Five Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand Four Hundred Seventy-Five Dollars ($533,475) In Fiscal Year 2024-2025; And (6) Authorizing Grant Agreements With Service Providers Competitively Selected To Provide Comprehensive, Specialized, Business Engagement And Youth Services From WIOA Title I Formula Funds And Other Funds For Fiscal Year 2024-2025
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  32. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Report On City Managed Homeless Interventions From: Councilmember Fife Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The City Administrator On All City Managed Homelessness Interventions, Including (1) A List Of All Interventions And Which District Each Intervention Is Located In; (2) The Service Provider And Specific Amenities And Services Provided At Each Location; (3) The Managing City Staff For Each Intervention; And (4) If And How The City Ensures All Of The Necessary Facilities And Services For Residents Are In Place And Fully Functional
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  33. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: OFCY Fiscal Year 24-25 Grant Renewals From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Oakland Fund For Children And Youth Grant Agreements In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $18,787,282 To Public And Non-Profit Agencies To Provide Direct Services For Children And Youth For An Additional One-Year Term From June 1, 2024 - September 30, 2024 For Summer Programs And From July 1, 2024 - June 30, 2025 For Full Year Programs
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  34. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Family Programs From: Human Services Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Accepting, Appropriating, And Authorizing Agreements For Receipt Of Funds From (A) The State Family Homelessness Challenge (FHC) Grant, Round 2 (FHC-2) In An Amount Up To $1,844,860 And (B) Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) In An Amount Up To $1,200,000; And (2) Awarding Grant Agreements To Six Homeless Services Providers Identified In Table 1 Using FHC Funds To Implement The FHC Project Through June 30, 2026; And  (3) Awarding A Grant Agreement To East Oakland Community Project (EOCP) In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $2,100,404 From July 1, 2024 Through April 30, 2027 To Operate The Matilda Cleveland And Families In Transition Programs Using City And OHA Funds; (4) Awarding A Grant Agreement To EOCP In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $1,875,000 From July 1, 2024 Through September 30, 2025 To Operate The Family Matters Shelter Using Measure Q Funds; And  (5) Awarding A Grant Agreement To Cornerstone Community Development Corporation Dba Building Futures Women And Children (BFWC) In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $352,000 From July 1, 2024 Through September 30, 2026 To Operate Oakland’s Family Front Door
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*Rules & Legislation Committee

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  1. Passed
    Report and Recommendation

    Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 9, 2024

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

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  3. In Rules Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Charter Changes Police Commision From: Councilmember Jenkins Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On The City Council’s Own Motion Submitting To The Voters For The November 5, 2024 General Municipal Election A Measure That Would Amend City Charter Section 604 To, Among Other Things: (1) Simplify The Process For Appointing Police Commissioners By Having Nine Regular Police Commissioners That Are Appointed One Each By The Councilmembers And The Mayor; (2) Strengthen The Independence Of The Office Of Inspector General By Having The City Auditor, Rather Than The Police Commission, Appoint The Inspector General; (3) Streamline The Process For Recruiting And Hiring Police Chiefs By Restoring The Authority That The City Administrator Previously Had For Police Chiefs And Still Has For Violence Prevention Chiefs, Fire Chiefs, And The Heads Of Other Important Departments; And (4) Clarify That The Community Police Review Agency Can Investigate Any Allegation Of Police Misconduct, No Matter The Source Of The Complaint; And Directing The City Clerk To Fix The Date For Submission Of Arguments And Provide For Notice And Publication, And To Take Any And All Other Actions Necessary Under Law To Prepare For And Conduct The November 5, 2024 General Municipal Election

    This City Resolution be Withdrawn with No New Date.

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  4. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: Informational Report On Mayor’s Proposed FY 2024-25 Midcycle Budget From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Mayor’s Proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-25 Midcycle Budget

    This Informational Report be Scheduled.to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council to be heard 5/29/2024

    Attachments
  5. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: 2023 Direct Community Grant - Council Update From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On A Status Update Of The 2023 Direct Community Grant Program

    This Informational Report be Scheduled.to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council to be heard 5/29/2024

    Attachments
  6. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: FY 2023-24 GPF Operating Deficit Plan Of Action To Balance From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Plan Of Action To Close The FY 2023-2024 GPF Operating Deficit

    This Informational Report be Scheduled.to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council to be heard 5/29/2024

    Attachments
  7. In Council
    Informational Report

    Subject: State And Federal Advocacy Update From: Council President Fortunato Bas Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From Townsend On State And Federal Advocacy Efforts

    This Informational Report be Scheduled.to go before the Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council to be heard 5/29/2024

    Attachments
  8. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Amendment to Reso No. 90183-OPD Schaefer’s Cold Storage Contract From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 90183 C.M.S., Which Awarded A Contract To Schaefer’s Cold Storage For Frozen Storage Facility Use For The Preservation Of Evidence For Five Years Plus Two One-Year Extensions, To Correct The Contract Amount To An Amount Not To Exceed $4,028,738

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency / City Council / Geologic Hazard Abatement District Board to be heard 6/4/2024

    Attachments
  9. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: Amendments To Oakland Municipal Code Sections 3.08.040 And 3.08.080 From: Office Of City Clerk Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Sections: (1) 3.08.040 (Nomination Petitions) To Authorize The City Clerk To Extend Normal Office Hours On The Final Day Of The Nomination Period For An Election, To Explicitly Adopt The State Law Extension Of Time To File Nomination Petitions, And To Update The Language To Require Candidates To Return Nomination Materials In Person Consistent With Existing Practice; And (2) 3.08.080 (Qualifications Statement) To Add Requirement That Sponsors Are Registered Voters Consistent With Requirement For Nomination Petition Signatures

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the *Rules & Legislation Committee to be heard 6/6/2024

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  10. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Link21 Program Update From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding An Update On Link21, A Program Led By San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) And Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA)

    This Informational Report be Scheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

  11. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: Caltrans Clean California Maintenance Agreement Amendment And Grant From: Oakland Public Works Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1) Accept And Appropriate Clean California Grant Funds To Oakland Public Works (OPW) For Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($450,000) For A Total Of One Million Seven Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($1,730,000) From The California Department Of Transportation (Caltrans); And (2) Execute An Amendment For A One-Year Extension To The Clean California Maintenance Agreement (CCMA) Between Caltrans And The City Of Oakland (City) To Provide Litter, Bulky Waste, And Homeless Encampment Debris Removal Services To Caltrans’ Rights Of Way In The City; And

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

  12. In Committee
    City Resolution

    2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1) Extend The Term Of The Contract With The Beautification Council By One-Year From June 30, 2024, To June 30, 2025; (2) Increase The Contract Amount By Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($450,000) For A Total Not To Exceed Contract Amount Of Three Million Nine Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($3,930,000); And (3) Waive Further Advertising And Competitive Request For Proposal/Qualification Selection Requirements

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

  13. In Committee
    Ordinance

    Subject: SB 684 And Miscellaneous Planning Code And Subdivision Code Amendments From: Planning And Building Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Amending The Oakland Planning Code (Title 17) Of The Oakland Municipal Code (OMC), As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, To (A) Amend The Development Standard Requirements For Residential And Commercial Zones To Allow For No Side Yard Setback Between Lots Under The Same Ownership And For Applicable Exceptions To Lot Development Standards Required By State Law, SB 684; (B) Amend OMC Chapter 17.106 To Allow For Applicable Exceptions To The Standard Lot Development Standard Requirements For Subdivisions That Meet The Requirements Of State Law SB 684; And (C) Amend Miscellaneous Code Changes Including The Definition Of Essential Service Civic Activities In OMC Section 17.10.140 To Allow For More Temporary Activities Than The Current Seasonal Retail Sales On City Owned Land And Amend OMC Chapter 17.11 To Allow Fences And General Lighting In Certain Types Of Parks By Right; And (2) Amending The Oakland Subdivision Code (Title 16) Of The OMC To Allow For Ministerial Approval Of Subdivision Maps That Meet The Requirements Of State Law, SB 684; And (3) Making Appropriate California Environmental Quality Act Findings; On The June 25, 2024 Community And Economic Development Committee Agenda And On July 2, 2024 City Council Agenda As A Public Hearing

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 6/25/2024

  14. In Committee
    Report and Recommendation

    Subject: Potential Labor Standards Expansion For New Construction Measure U Affordable Housing Funding From: Department Of Workplace And Employment Standards Recommendation: Receive A Report And Recommendation On Potential Labor Standards Expansion For New Construction Measure U Affordable Housing Funding As Follows: (A) Receive Presentation On The Stakeholder Engagement Related To A Potential Expanded Labor Standards Policy; (B) Provide Recommendation To Staff On Specific Components Of A Potential Expanded Labor Standards Policy By Conducting A Study Session

    This Report and Recommendation be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

  15. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Annual Report Of The Mayor’s Commission On Persons With Disabilities From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Receive An Informational On The Annual Report Of The Mayor’s Commission On Persons With Disabilities

    This Informational Report be Scheduled.to go before the *Life Enrichment Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

  16. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: DVP Community Grants From: Department Of Violence Prevention Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To (1) Amend An Existing Grant With Youth Alive For Violence Prevention And Intervention Services For The Period Of October 1, 2023, To June 30, 2025, To Add Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) That Was Originally Awarded To Catholic Charities Of The Diocese Of Oakland, For A Total Amount Not To Exceed Three Million Eight Hundred Thirteen Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($3,813,750), With The Ability To Extend The Agreement For An Additional Three Months In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Sixty-Six Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($566,250) Contingent On Available Funds; And (2) Award A Grant To Urban Peace Movement-Oakland For Community Healing Services For The Period Of July 1, 2024, To June 30, 2025, In A Total Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000) Using Funds Originally Awarded To Movement Strategy Center As Urban Peace Movement’s Fiscal Sponsor, With The Ability To Extend The Agreement For An Additional Three Months In An Amount Not To Exceed Eighty-Seven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($87,500) Contingent On Available Funds; And (3) Amend An Existing Grant With Communities United For Restorative Youth Justice For Violence Prevention And Intervention Services For The Period Of October 1, 2023, To June 30, 2025, To Add One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) That Was Originally Awarded To Community & Youth Outreach, For A Total Amount Not To Exceed Two Million Three Hundred Fifty-Five Thousand Dollars ($2,355,000), With The Ability To Extend The Agreement For An Additional Three Months In An Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred Fifty-Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($352,500) Contingent On Available Funds.

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Public Safety Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

  17. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: OPD Aircraft Mounted Camera From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Oakland Police Department’s (OPD) Recently Updated Surveillance Use Policy (SUP) And Surveillance Impact Report (SIR) In Order For OPD To Acquire And Continue Use Of An Aircraft Mounted Camera

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Public Safety Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

  18. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: OPD Helicopter Maintenance Contract From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Rotorcraft Support, Inc. (RSI) To Provide Helicopter Maintenance Services To The Oakland Police Department (OPD) For Helicopter Use In Assisting Various Departments With Responding To Emergencies Throughout The City, For The Period Of July 1, 2024 To June 30, 2026 In An Amount Not To Exceed Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($850,000) Per Year For A Total Contract Not To Exceed One Million, Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars (1,700,000); And (2) Waiving The Local And Small Business (LBE/SLBE) Enterprise Program Requirements

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Public Safety Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

  19. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: CHP Radio Interoperability Agreement From: Oakland Police Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Radio Interoperability Agreement (“Attachment A”) With The California Highway Patrol, For The Oakland Police Department To Provide The California Highway Patrol Permission To Operate On The City Of Oakland’s Radio Frequencies, Using The East Bay Regional Communications System Authority (“EBRCSA”) Proprietary P25 Radio System; On The June 18, 2024 City Council Agenda On Consent

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council to be heard 6/18/2024

  20. In Committee
    City Resolution

    Subject: 2024/25 Annual Action Plan From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Accepting And Appropriating An Award Of United States Department Of Housing & Urban Development Grant Funds In The Amount Of $14,260,551 For Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investments Partnership (Home), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), And Housing Opportunities For Persons With Aids (HOPWA) Programs For Fiscal Year 2024-2025; (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Prepare And To Submit To The United States Department Of Housing And Urban Development The Annual Action Plan For Fiscal Year 2024-2025 For The CDBG, Home, ESG And HOPWA Programs; (3) Appropriating Up To $850,000 In Revolving Loan Program Income To Support The City’s Residential Lending/Housing Rehabilitation Programs And Any Amounts Collected In Excess Thereof For Housing Rehabilitation Activities And Other CDBG-Eligible Activities And Projects, Without Returning To Council; And (4) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute Grant Agreements Under The Fiscal Year 2024-2025 CDBG, Home, ESG, And HOPWA Programs; On The June 25, 2024 Community And Economic Development Committee Agenda And On The July 2, 2024 City Council Agenda As A Public Hearing

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the *Community & Economic Development Committee to be heard 6/25/2024

  21. In Council
    Report and Recommendation

    Subject: The Bay Area Housing Finance Authority (BAHFA) Bond Measure From: Council President Fortunato Bas, Councilmembers Fife And Reid Recommendation: Receive A Report And Recommendation Regarding The Bay Area Housing Finance Authority ( BAHFA) Bond Measure From The Association Of Bay Area Governments (ABAG)

    This Report and Recommendation be Scheduled.to go before the Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency / City Council / Geologic Hazard Abatement District Board to be heard 6/4/2024

    Attachments
  22. In Council
    City Resolution

    Subject: Confirm The Assessment Set Forth In The Engineer’s Report, Dated April 3, 2024, For Oak Knoll Development From: GHAD Manager Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt Resolution 2024/02 Accepting The Tabulation Of Votes For The Oak Knoll Development Within The Oakland Area Geologic Hazard Abatement District, And If Approved, Adopt Resolution 2024/03 Resolution Confirming The Assessment And Authorizing The Levy And Collection Of The Assessment For The Oak Knoll Development Within The Oakland Area Geologic Hazard Abatement District

    This City Resolution be Scheduled.to go before the Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency / City Council / Geologic Hazard Abatement District Board to be heard 6/4/2024

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  23. To be Scheduled
    Informational Report

    Subject: Consolidated Fiscal Policy Revision 2024 From: Finance Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding Proposed Substantive Changes To The Consolidated Fiscal Policy

    This Informational Report be * Withdrawn and Rescheduled.to go before the *Finance & Management Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

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  24. In Committee
    Informational Report

    Subject: Community-Led Traffic Safety Pilot Program From: Transportation Department Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Responding To The Questions Raised In Resolution No. 90051 C.M.S

    This Informational Report be * Withdrawn and Rescheduled.to go before the * Public Works And Transportation Committee to be heard 6/11/2024

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  25. In Council
    Ordinance

    Subject: Voter Approved Measures, FY 2024-25 Cost-Of-Living Tax Adjustment, Fixing Rate Of Tax, And Levying Tax From: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2024-25 Increase In The Rate Of Property Tax Imposed By Voter-Approved Measures; And (2) Fixing The Rate Of The Property Tax And Levying A Tax On Real And Personal Property In The City Of Oakland For Fiscal Year 2024-25 For The Emergency Medical Services Retention Act Of 1997 (Measure M), The Paramedic Services Act Of 1997 (Measure N), The Library Services Retention And Enhancement Act Of 1994 (Measure C), The 2014 Oakland Public Safety And Services Violence Prevention Act (Measure Z), The 2018 Oakland Public Library Preservation Act (Measure D), The 2020 Oakland Parks And Recreation Preservation, Litter Reduction, Homelessness Support Act (Measure Q), The Children’s Initiative Of 2018 (Measure AA), And The 2022 Oakland Zoo Animal Care, Education And Improvement Ordinance (Measure Y)

    This Ordinance be Scheduled.to go before the Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency / City Council / Geologic Hazard Abatement District Board to be heard 6/4/2024

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*Public Safety Committee - Cancelled

At The Call Of The May 16, 2024 Special Rules And Legislation Committee, This Meeting Is Cancelled The Next Public Safety Committee Meeting Is Scheduled To Be Held On Tuesday, June 11, 2024 At 6:00 P.m.

    *Special Rules And Legislation Committee

    Filters for matters
    1. Passed
      Report and Recommendation

      Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 2, 2024

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

      Attachments