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    Public Safety

    Community Outreach on Operational Plans for Large Crowd Events. - DEFERRED

    Accept the San José Police Department’s plan for community outreach regarding its operational plans for planned and unplanned large crowd events that include possible traffic diversions and street closures. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Police) [Deferred from 9/19/2023 Item 4.3 (23-1245)]

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    Closed Session Agenda

    Closed Session Agenda
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    Consent Agenda

    Calling for Municipal Elections on March 5, 2024 and November 5, 2024.

    Adopt a resolution calling for a Regular Municipal Election on March 5, 2024 and a Run-Off Municipal Election on November 5, 2024, if necessary, for the purpose of electing Council Members for Districts 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and the Mayor and requesting consolidation with the County of Santa Clara. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedures and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (City Clerk)

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    Consent Agenda

    Withdrawal from the California Cities Gaming Authority.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to withdraw the City of San José from the California Cities Gaming Authority Joint Powers Authority. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (City Manager)

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    Consent Agenda

    Termination of Declaration of Conditions, Covenants and Restrictions for River Oaks Park.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute a Termination of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions applicable to River Oaks Park. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure resulting in no changes to the physical environment. Council District 4. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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    Consent Agenda

    California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery Grant and Payment Program Applications.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee for a period of five years, beginning October 3, 2023 through October 3, 2028, to submit grant and payment applications to California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery and enter into grant and payment agreements with California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery if the agreements are within the City Manager’s existing City Council-designated contracting authority. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-006, Grant Application with no commitment or obligation to enter into an agreement at the time of application and File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Environmental Services)

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    Consent Agenda

    Report on Request for Proposal for a Police Early Intervention Solution.

    Accept the Request for Proposal and adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Negotiate and execute an agreement with Benchmark Solutions, LLC (Chicago, IL) for a Police Early Intervention Solution with an initial three-year term beginning on or about November 10, 2023 and ending on or about November 9, 2026, or as may be adjusted to align with the software renewal term, with a maximum compensation not to exceed $479,090 for the initial term, subject to the appropriation of funds; (b) Negotiate and execute amendments and change orders for unanticipated changes in requirements for a contingency amount not to exceed $50,000 during the initial three-year term, subject to the appropriation of funds; and (c) Exercise up to four one-year options to extend the term of the agreement through November 9, 2030, or as may be adjusted to align with the software renewal term, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Consent Agenda

    Actions Related to the Purchase Order with Burr Plumbing and Pumping, Inc. for Grease Trap Maintenance.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to exercise up to four one-year options to extend the term of the purchase order with Burr Plumbing and Pumping, Inc. (San José, CA) for grease trap maintenance, with the last option ending on or about October 16, 2027, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/ Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment (Finance)

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    Consent Agenda

    Actions Related to the Agreement with Brycer, LLC for Fire Code and Administration Services.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Negotiate and execute an agreement with Brycer, LLC (Warrenville, IL) for fire code and administration services at no cost to the City for an initial one-year term beginning on the date of City’s execution; (b) Negotiate and execute amendments and change orders as required for unanticipated changes in requirements; and (c) Exercise up to six additional one-year options to extend the term of the agreement. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17- 003, Agreements/ Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Consent Agenda

    Actions Related to the Purchase Order with JBT Aerotech Corporation for Festoon System Replacement for Jet Bridges.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Execute a purchase order with JBT AeroTech Corporation (Chicago, IL) for festoon system replacement for jet bridges, for a one-year term beginning on or about October 4, 2023, and ending on or about October 3, 2024 for a not-to-exceed amount of $1,200,000; and (b) Exercise up to six one-year options to extend the term of the purchase order, with the last option ending on or about October 3, 2030, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Determination of Consistency with the Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport Master Plan Amendment Environmental Impact Report, File No. ER22-279. (Finance)

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    Strategic Support

    Amendments to Title 4 of the San José Municipal Code Related to Procurement of Goods and Services.

    Approve an ordinance amending Title 4 of the San José Municipal Code, Chapter 4.04 Contract Authority and adding to and amending Chapter 4.12 Procurements of Goods and Services as follows: (a) Amend Section 4.04.080(A) titled Quarterly Reports to increase the Minimum Contract Values for “Sunshine” Reports to the Informal Procurement Threshold, as defined in Section 4.12.028 of the San José Municipal Code; (b) Amend Section 4.04.085(B) titled Periodic automatic adjustments to contract authority limitations and related figures to remove references where Section 4.04.085(B) is no longer applicable; (c) Add Section 4.12.018 titled Competitive procurement threshold to define the “Competitive procurement threshold” to be $10,000.00, as automatically adjusted to remain aligned with the Federal Micro-Purchase Threshold as defined in 48 CFR §2.101; (d) Add Section 4.12.028 titled Informal procurement threshold to define the “Informal procurement threshold” to be $250,000.00, as automatically adjusted to remain aligned with the Federal Simplified Acquisition Threshold as defined in 48 CFR §2.101; (e) Amend Section 4.12.210(A) titled Selection of Procurement Method to align the upper limit of purchases that may be made without a competitive procurement to the Competitive Procurement Threshold; (f) Amend Section 4.12.210(B) titled Selection of procurement method to increase the lower and upper limits for using the request for quotes process to the Competitive Procurement Threshold and the Informal Procurement Threshold, respectively; (g) Amend Section 4.12.210(C, D) titled Selection of procurement method to increase the threshold for using the request for proposals and formal bid processes for services and goods, respectively, to those purchases estimated to exceed the Informal Procurement Threshold; (h) Amend Section 4.12.225(B)(3) titled Public Agencies Purchases to allow the City to leverage the results of other public entities’ solicitations which substantially comply with the City's procurement procedures if the respective solicitation gives notice to the bidders that the procurement may be leveraged by other public agencies, which is satisfied if either the solicitation documents or the executed contract resulting from the procurement includes language allowing other entities to use said procurement, procedure, or contract; (i) Amend Section 4.12.350(B1, B2) titled Rejection of Responses to increase the threshold to the Informal Procurement Threshold for when the Procurement Authority may negotiate and execute contracts after all responses have been rejected; (j) Amend Section 4.12.415 titled Formal and Informal Protest Procedures to increase the threshold for using formal protest procedures to procurements having a value greater than the Informal Procurement Threshold; and (k) Amend Section 4.12.420 titled Notice of Decision to increase the threshold for sending a notice of intended award to procurements valued over the Informal Procurement Threshold. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Finance)

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    Strategic Support

    Report on Request for Bid for Citywide Desktops, Laptops, Tablets and Servers.

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Execute Citywide purchase orders with CCT Technologies, Inc. dba ComputerLand of Silicon Valley (San José, CA) for desktops, laptops, Chromebook laptops, Apple MacBook Pro laptops, Apple iOS tablets, and servers and Bluum of Minnesota, LLC (St. Paul, MN) for rugged laptops for a combined maximum compensation of $8,250,000 for the initial term beginning on or about October 10, 2023 and ending September 30, 2024, subject to the appropriation of funds; (b) Amend the Citywide purchase orders with CCT Technologies, Inc. dba ComputerLand of Silicon Valley and Bluum of Minnesota, LLC, as required, including moving funds between them, to meet unanticipated changes in demand for desktops, laptops, tablets, and servers for a total combined contingency of $850,000 during the initial term, subject to the appropriation of funds; (c) Exercise up to six one-year options to extend the terms of each of the purchase orders through September 30, 2030, subject to the appropriation of funds; and (d) Amend purchase order OP 62602 with Saitech, Inc. (Fremont, CA) for Android tablets to add four additional one-year options terms to extend the purchase order through September 30, 2030 after the remaining two original options are exhausted, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    Public Safety

    Re-Arrest of High-Risk Individuals and Interagency Coordination on Pretrial Release Status Report.

    As recommended by the Public Safety, Finance, and Strategic Support on June 15, 2023, accept the status report on the utilization of funds for re-arresting high-risk individuals and interagency coordination on pretrial release. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Police) [Public Safety, Finance, and Strategic Support Committee referral 6/15/2023 - Item (d)3]

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  14. Agenda Ready
    Environmental & Utility Services

    Ordinance Amending Titles 2, 4, and 26 and Adding Title 28 to the San José Municipal Code to Establish a Municipal Utility for Electric Service.

    (a) Approve an ordinance amending Titles 2, 4, and 26 of, and adding Title 28 to the San José Municipal Code to establish a municipal utility called “San José Power” with the ability to provide retail electric service in selected areas of the city. (b) Authorize the City Manager to submit an Interconnection Application(s) to LS Power as a Participating Transmission Owner of the California Independent System Operator for wholesale access to the California Independent System Operator Transmission grid at new LS Power- owned facilities to potentially allow retail service at Substation B at Guadalupe Parkway and Coleman Avenue to serve new load in a swath of territory along the rail right of way between Diridon Station and the San José Mineta International Airport; and in North San José Alviso region to serve load for planned development and future City or Valley Water facilities. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Community Energy) [Deferred from 8/15/2023 - Item 6.1 (23-1032)]

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  15. Agenda Ready
    Community & Economic Development

    Resolution of Intention to Establish a Pedestrian Mall on North San Pedro Street.

    Adopt a Resolution of Intention to establish a pedestrian mall on North San Pedro Street between West Santa Clara Street and West St. John Street pursuant to the Pedestrian Mall Law of 1960. CEQA: Categorically Exempt, CEQA Guidelines Section 15301(c) Existing Facilities, File No. ER23-200. Council District 3. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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  16. Agenda Ready
    Community & Economic Development

    Approval of the Issuance of Tax-Exempt Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds and the Loan of the Proceeds Thereof for the Financing of the Parkmoor Community Apartments and Approving Related Documents. - TO BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONSENT

    Adopt a resolution: (a) Authorizing the issuance of a: (1) tax-exempt multifamily housing revenue bond to be designated as “City of San José Multifamily Housing Mortgage-Backed Bonds (Parkmoor), Series 2023F-1 (M-TEMS) (FN)” and (2) cash collateralized multifamily housing revenue bond to be designated as “City of San José Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Parkmoor), Series 2023F-2 (Cash Collateralized)”, collectively referred to as the “2023F Bonds”, in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $39,807,713; (b) Approving the loan of 2023F Bonds proceeds to Allied 1510 Parkmoor, L.P., a California limited partnership, to finance the construction and development of an 81-unit multifamily development known as Parkmoor Community Apartments located at 1510 Parkmoor Avenue in San José; (c) Approving in substantially final form the Trust Indenture, the Financing Agreement, the Regulatory Agreement and Declaration of Restrictive Covenants, the Bond Purchase Agreement, and the Preliminary Official Statement; collectively referred to as 2023F Bonds Documents; and (d) Authorizing and directing the City Manager, Director of Housing, Acting Director of Housing, Assistant Director of Housing, Director of Finance, Assistant Director of Finance, Deputy Director of Finance - Debt & Treasury Management or their designees, to execute, as appropriate, negotiate, and deliver the 2023F Bonds Documents together with any documents ancillary to the 2023F Bonds Documents or necessary or convenient for issuance, and sale of the 2023F Bonds and loan of the proceeds thereof. CEQA: Exempt, File No. ER20-109, 1510-1540 Parkmoor Avenue, Section 21080(b)(1) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15369, Ministerial Project pursuant to Government Code Section 65913.4. Council District 6. (Housing/Finance)

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    Strategic Support

    Resolution Affirming Support of the Transgender and Broader LGBTQ+ Communities. - DEFERRED

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 20, 2023, adopting a resolution to affirm the City of San José’s support of the transgender and broader LGBTQ+ communities. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Foley and Torres) [Rules Committee referral 9/20/2023 - Item C.1]

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  18. Agenda Ready
    Consent Agenda

    Mayor and Council Excused Absence Requests.

    Request for excused absences for Councilmember Foley from the Regular Meetings of Economic Development Committee on September 25, 2023 and Transportation and Environment Committee on October 2, 2023 due to Jury Duty. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Foley) [Rules Committee referral 9/27/2023 - Item A.1.a]

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    Consent Agenda

    Approval of Holiday Event Series Sponsored by Council District 6 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 27, 2023: (a) Approve the Holiday Event Series at Evans Lane Interim Housing scheduled on October 26, 2023, November 17, 2023, and December 14, 2023 as City Council sponsored Special Events and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the events. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Davis) [Rules Committee referral 9/27/2023 - Item B.2]

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    Consent Agenda

    Retroactive Approval and Approval of the following Various Events Sponsored by Council District 8 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 27, 2023: (a) Retroactively approve the Creekside Neighborhood Association Dumpster Day scheduled on August 19, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (b) Retroactively approve the Town Hall with Congressman Panetta scheduled on August 21, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (c) Retroactively approve the Community Coffee with Supervisor Arenas scheduled on August 25,2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (d) Retroactively approve the Music in the Square scheduled on September 1,2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (e) Retroactively approve the Community Coffee with Assemblymember Kalra scheduled on September 23, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (f) Retroactively approve the Fire Safety Workshop at the Villages scheduled on September 28, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (g) Retroactively approve the Interfaith Breakfast scheduled on September 30, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (h) Approve the PAWS Vaccine Event scheduled on October 7, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (i) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the events. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Candelas) [Rules Committee referral 9/27/2023 - Item B.3]

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    Consent Agenda

    Retroactive Approval of Fall Festival Sponsored by Council District 2 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

    As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 27, 2023: (a) Retroactively approve the District 2 Fall Festival scheduled on September 30, 2023, as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (b) Retroactively approve the expenditure of District 2 office budget funds to purchase gift cards and other prizes not to exceed $50 for a free raffle; and (c) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Jimenez) [Rules Committee referral 9/27/2023 - Item B.4]

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Joint Meeting For The Rules And Open Government Committee And Committee Of The Whole

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    Review Final Agenda

    Review October 10, 2023 Final Agenda - Cancelled
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    Review Draft Agenda

    Review October 17, 2023 Draft Agenda a. Add New Items to Draft Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)
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    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    The Public Record for September 21 - September 28, 2023. (City Clerk)

    Receive and file the Public Record for September 21 - September 28, 2023.

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    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Set a General Plan Hearing Third Cycle for October 2023. (Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement)

    Set the General Plan Third Review Cycle of 2023 City Council hearing beginning on the afternoon of October 24, 2023, to consider a City-initiated General Plan amendment associated with amendments to the Evergreen-East Hills Development Policy as directed by the City Council as part of the General Plan Four-Year Review and amendment to the Evergreen-East Hills Traffic Impact Fee ordinance in Chapter 14.33 of Title 14 of the San José Municipal Code.

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    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of Multiple District 4 Events as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events. (Cohen)

    1. Retroactively approve the District 4 Groundbreaking Ceremony for Mercado and BruzzoneParks held on Sunday, October 1, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Approve the Day on the Bay that will be held on Saturday, October 14, 2023 as a CityCouncil sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 3. Approve the District 4 Pumpkin Giveaway that will be held on Wednesday, October 18, 2023as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 4. Approve the Cherrywood Elementary School Fall Festival that will be held on Friday,October 27, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 5. Approve the Halloween Spooktacular that will be held on Friday, October 27, 2023 as a CityCouncil sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 6. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. 7. Place the item on the Tuesday, October 10, 2023 Council Agenda for action.

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    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

    Nomination of Grace Baptist Church for Designation as a City Landmark. (Torres)

    Agendize for discussion and consideration at an upcoming City Council meeting: 1. Nominate Grace Baptist Church for designation as a City Landmark, and 2. Direct the Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement or designee to complete any necessary nomination documentation and begin the process for City Landmark designation by setting a public hearing before the Historic Landmarks Commission.

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  7. Agenda Ready
    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Monthly Report of Activities - July and August 2023. (City Clerk)

    Receive and file the monthly report of activities for July and August 2023.

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  8. Agenda Ready
    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

    Shelter Crisis and Emergency on Homelessness Declaration. (Mahan, Kamei, Torres, and Cohen)

    Direct the City Manager to include in the upcoming update to the Shelter Crisis and Emergency on Homelessness Declaration findings and emergency authorizations necessary to respond rapidly to the homelessness crisis, including but not limited to: 1. Demonstrating clear intent of the Council that homelessness is a City priority and that it is the intent of the Council to distribute solutions equitably across all Council Districts 2. Returning with recommendations to expedite the site selection process 3. Suspending local land use and zoning requirements for emergency interim housing, safe parking, and low-barrier immediate solutions, provided public health and safety concerns are addressed 4. Streamlining design and construction of emergency interim housing, safe parking, and other immediate solutions, while maintaining compliance with applicable state law and City Charter, such as Labor Code Sections 17.20, et al and City Charter Section 1217 5. Removing administrative and/or legal barriers to allow safe sleeping communities or managed encampments 6. Granting the City Manager authority to streamline the procurement process and flexibility to approve contracts for materials, equipment, and services 7. Providing maximum legal and administrative flexibility to streamline processes and policies governing the City's ability to stand up more low-barrier, immediate solutions to homelessness. Further, direct the City Manager to prioritize aligning City policies and procedures with state laws such as SB 35 and AB 2162 that streamline the development of permanent, 100% affordable housing projects; reduce duplicative public meeting requirements; and explore additional options to accelerate the creation and construction of affordable housing.

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    Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

    Approval of the District 4 and 5 Filipino American History Month Flag Raising and Lighting Ceremony as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Cohen and Ortiz)

    1. Approve the District 4 and 5 Filipino American History Month Flag Raising and Lighting Ceremony scheduled on October 13, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses or community groups to support the event. 3. Place the item on the October 10, 2023 Council Agenda for action.

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Civil Service Commission

    Transportation And Environment Committee (T&e)

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      Reports to Committee

      Climate Smart San José Plan Semi-Annual Report.

      Provide a semi-annual report on the Climate Smart San Jose plan from March 2023 through August 2023 (Environmental Services)

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    2. Agenda Ready
      Reports to Committee

      Sanitary and Storm Sewer Collection System and Green Stormwater Infrastructure Status Report.

      Accept a status report on Sanitary and Storm Sewer Collection System including Green Stormwater Infrastructure. (City Manager/Public Works/Transportation/Environmental Services)

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    3. Agenda Ready
      Reports to Committee

      Municipal Micro Grids Status Report.

      Accept a status report on Micro Grids planning, funding, and implementation efforts from March 2023 through August 2023 (Public Works)

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    Joint Meeting For The Rules And Open Government Committee And Committee Of The Whole

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      Review Final Agenda

      Review October 3, 2023 Final Agenda a. Add New Items to Final Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)
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    2. Agenda Ready
      Review Draft Agenda

      Review October 10, 2023 Draft Agenda - Cancelled
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      Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

      The Public Record for September 14 - September 21, 2023. (City Clerk)

      Receive and file the Public Record for September 14 - September 21, 2023.

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    4. Agenda Ready
      Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

      Approval of Holiday Event Series Sponsored by Council District 6 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Davis)

      1. Approve the Holiday Event Series at Evans Lane Interim Housing scheduled on October 26, 2023, November 17, 2023, and December 14, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses or community groups to support the event. 3. Place the item on the October 3, 2023 Council Agenda for action.

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    5. Agenda Ready
      Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

      Retroactive Approval and Approval of Various District 8 Events as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events. (Candelas)

      1. Retroactive approval of Various District 8 Events as City Council sponsored Special Eventsand approve the expenditure of funds. These events are as follows: o Creekside Neighborhood Association Dumpster Day on August 19, 2023 o Town Hall with Congressman Panetta on August 21, 2023 o Community Coffee with Supervisor Arenas on August 25, 2023 o Music in the Square on September 1, 2023 o Community Coffee with Assemblymember Kalra on September 23, 2023 o Fire Safety Workshop at the Villages on September 28, 2023 o Interfaith Breakfast on September 30, 2023 o PAWS Vaccine Event on October 7, 2023 2. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups tosupport the events. 3. Place the item on the October 3, 2023, City Council Agenda for action.

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    6. Agenda Ready
      Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

      Approval of the District 2 Fall Festival as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Jimenez)

      1. Approve the District 2 Fall Festival scheduled from September 30, 2023, as a City Councilsponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Approve the expenditure of District 2 office budget funds to purchase gift cards and other prizesnot to exceed $50 for a free raffle. 3. Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses and/or community groups tosupport the event. 4. Place the items on the October 3, 2023, Council Agenda for action.

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      Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

      Creation of a City Council Policy for Uniform Transitions during Changes in Elected Officials. (Doan)

      Direct the City Manager and City Attorney to study and evaluate the feasibility of a City Council policy for Council consideration which addresses the need for a uniform transition during changes in elected officials. We ask that this work will be completed in 90 days and will include, but not be limited to the following: 1. Mayor and City Council Offices to use City-based accounts for ownership and access credentials for social media, website domain registrations, constituent databases, and software subscriptions, as well as require administrative accounts for the Information Technology Department and/or the City Clerk to administer costs, contracts, and transitions when there is a change in elected officials. Data is not to be shared with any other department or office and must be safeguarded. 2. Consistent with Assembly Bill 1637, provide a general plan for the City to adopt “.gov”, coordinate City ownership of registrations by the City’s Information Technology Department and/or the City Clerk and applying security and privacy standards set per City Council policy. a. Any non-.gov may only continue operation as a pointer to a .gov resource. b. All domains are to be City property and not registered as individual property. c. Administrative privileges and credentials must be administered by the City’s Information Technology Department and/or the City Clerk. 3. City-based social media accounts are to be set as business accounts for the use of the office and should be used as the primary account for constituent communications. 4. Optimize a smooth transition experience for outgoing and incoming elected officials to ensure the residents of San José are always served. 5. Ensure the Clerk’s Office maintains a checklist of all City owned and purchased assets, both digital and physical. 6. Anything else related to the transition of elected officials that staff identifies as applicable. 7. Address and evaluate any potential legal issues. 8. Exemptions should apply for the continued use of previously created and in-use social media accounts, as well as for domains/websites of the current Mayor and Councilmembers until a change in elected official occurs, however login credentials and account ownership should be provided to the appropriate city department.

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      Strategic Support

      Status of Open Audit Recommendations as of June 30, 2023.

      Accept the Status of Open Audit recommendations as of June 30, 2023. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (City Auditor)

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    2. Agenda Ready
      Strategic Support

      Integrated Waste Management Enforcement Program Audit Report.

      Pending referral from Transportation and Environment Committee on September 11, 2023, accept the audit report on the Integrated Waste Management Enforcement Program. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (City Auditor) [Pending Transportation and Environment Committee referral 9/11/2023 - Item (d)2]

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      Strategic Support

      Approval of Citywide Insurance Renewals.

      Adopt a resolution authorizing the Director of Finance or designee to: (a) Select and purchase City property, liability, and executive risk insurance policies for the period of October 1, 2023, to October 1, 2024, at a total cost not-to-exceed $4,073,803 as well as an 18% contingency for additional property or assets scheduled, subject to the appropriation of funds, with the following insurance carriers: (1) Factory Mutual Insurance Company for Property Insurance, including Boiler & Machinery and Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Coverage; (2) Beazley Syndicate 2623/623 at Lloyd’s for Terrorism Insurance; (3) The Princeton Excess and Surplus Lines Insurance Company and Arch Specialty Insurance Company for $15 million in Excess Flood Insurance on a 50/50 quota share basis; (4) Gemini Insurance Company for Auto Liability Insurance for the vehicle fleets at the San José Mineta International Airport (Airport) and San José - Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility; (5) Hanover Insurance Company for Auto Physical Damage for the Airport shuttle buses; (6) Lexington Insurance Company for Secondary Employment Law Enforcement Professional Liability; (7) Arch Insurance Company for Accidental Death, Accidental Dismemberment, and Paralysis Policy for the Police Air Support Unit; (8) Great American Insurance Company for Government Fidelity/Crime Coverage; and (9) AGCS Marine Insurance Company for Auto Physical Damage for the Police Department grant-funded vehicles and equipment. (b) Select and purchase Additional Liability Insurance for the period October 22, 2023, to October 22, 2024, at a cost ranging from $500,000 to $1,250,000, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    4. Agenda Ready
      Community & Economic Development

      Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report.

      (a) Conduct a final public hearing on the Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report. (b) Accept the report on the progress towards achieving the housing and community development goals identified in the City's 2020-2025 Consolidated Plan and the Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan regarding the use of federal funds from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development for submittal by the September 29, 2023 deadline. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Housing)

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    5. Agenda Ready
      Land Use Consent Agenda

      C23-093 and ER23-084 - Conforming Rezoning on Certain Real Property of an Approximately 0.44-Gross-Acre Site Located at 520 N 7th Street.

      Approve an ordinance rezoning that certain real property of an approximately 0.44-gross-acre site located on the east side of North 7th Street, approximately 200 feet northwesterly from the intersection of North 7th Street and East Empire Street (520 North 7th Street; APNs 249-36-011, 012, & 013) from the LI Light Industrial Zoning District to the MUN Mixed-Use Neighborhood Zoning District. CEQA: Determination of Consistency with the Envision San José 2040 General Plan EIR (Resolution No. 76041) and the Envision San José General Plan Supplemental EIR (Resolution No. 77617), and Addenda thereto. Council District 3. (Planning, Building and Code Enforcement)

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    6. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Lease Renewal with Concourse Business Center, LLC.

      Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute a First Amendment to the Standard Form Net Lease Agreement dated August 15, 2018 with Concourse Business Center, LLC to extend the lease term for an additional five years from October 1, 2023 to September 30, 2028 at a total base rental cost of approximately $1,493,354 and applicable triple net expenses, subject to annual budget appropriation, and increase the security deposit to $26,381.93 from the original $22,257. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. Council District 4. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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    7. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Amendment to the Agreement with PMWEB, Inc. for a Project Management Information System.

      Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute the First Amendment to the Agreement for a Project Management Information System with PMWeb, Inc. (Wakefield, MA) to extend the initial term through June 30, 2024, including updates to the project implementation and payment schedules and under the same material terms and conditions as the original agreement with no change in maximum compensation, exercise up to four one-year options to extend the term of the agreement through June 30, 2028, or as may be adjusted to align with the software renewal term, and rescind the first option issued prior to completion of implementation, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. Council District 6. (Finance/Airport)

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    8. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Actions Related to the Purchase Orders with Valley Power Systems North, Inc. for Engine and Generator Repair Services.

      Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Amend purchase orders OP 63368 and OP 63537 with Valley Power Systems North, Inc. (City of Industry, CA) for engine and generator repair services to increase the total compensation by $200,000, for a maximum compensation not-to-exceed $450,000 for the period ending on or about April 12, 2024; and (b) Exercise up to four one-year options to extend the term of the purchase order with the last option ending on or about April 12, 2028, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    9. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Actions Related to the Purchase Orders with TSC Motors, Inc. for As Required New RAM 3500 and 5500 Vehicle Purchases.

      Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Amend purchase orders OP 63227 and OP 63229 with TSC Motors Inc. dba Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Morgan Hill (Morgan Hill, CA) for as required new Ram 3500 and 5500 Tradesman vehicle purchases to increase the total compensation by $1,140,000, for a combined maximum compensation not-to-exceed $4,000,000 for the period ending on or about March 9, 2024; and (b) Exercise up to four one-year options to extend the term of the purchase orders with the last option ending on or about March 9, 2028, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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    10. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Actions Related to the Purchase Order for Library Books and Related Services.

      Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Amend purchase orders OP 64021 with Baker & Taylor, LLC (Charlotte, NC), and OP 64018 with Nubro, Inc. dba Brodart Co. (Williamsport, PA) for library books and related services to increase the total compensation by $1,900,000 for a maximum compensation not to exceed $2,350,000 for the period ending on or about August 14, 2024; (b) Approve a contingency of $250,000 for unanticipated demand for library books and related services, subject to the appropriation of funds; and (c) Exercise up to six additional one-year options to extend the term of the purchase orders, with the last option year ending on or about August 14, 2030, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Finance)

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    11. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Amendment to the City of San José Pay Plan for Various Classifications.

      Adopt a resolution amending the City of San José Pay Plan effective September 26, 2023, to: (a) Create the following classification: (1) Regional Wastewater Facility General Manager (U) (3628) classification with an annual pensionable salary range of $160,507.96 - $259,290.62. (2) Chemist II (5106) with an annual pensionable salary range of $97,947.20 - $119,017.60. (3) Microbiologist II (5105) with an annual pensionable salary range of $97,947.20 - $119,017.60. (4) Legal Administrative Assistant III (1169) with an annual pensionable salary range of $76,897.60 - $93,704.00. (b) Delete the following classifications: (1) Recreation Supervisor Full-Time/Part-Time (7124/7132). (2) Legal Administrative Assistant Trainee (1165). (3) Wastewater Facility Deputy Director (3626). CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment (Human Resources)

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    12. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Annual Evaluation Report for Fiscal Year 2023 (Year 2) for the 2021 Santa Clara County Multi- Jurisdictional Program for Public Information.

      Accept the Fiscal Year 2023 Annual Evaluation Report on Santa Clara County Multi-Jurisdictional Program for Public Information. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-008, General Procedure and Policy Making resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Public Works)

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    13. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Settlement of Haidar v. City of San José, et al.

      Approve a settlement in the case of Haidar v. City of San Jose, et al. in the amount of $400,000.00 and authorize the City Attorney to execute a Settlement Agreement. CEQA: Not a Project; File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (City Attorney)

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    14. Agenda Ready
      Final Adoption of Ordinance

      Final Adoption of Ordinances.

      (a) Ordinance No. 30950 - An Ordinance of the City of San José Amending Various Sections of Chapter 24.12 of Title 24 (Technical Codes) of the San José Municipal Code to Modify Provisions of the 2022 California Building Energy Efficiency Standards to Serve as a Reach Code to Increase Building Efficiency, and Mandate Electric- and Solar-Readiness. [Passed for Publication on 9/12/2023 - Item 6.2(b) (23-1187)] (b) Ordinance No. 30951- An Ordinance of the City of San José Amending Part 48 of Chapter 2.08 of Title 2 of the San José Municipal Code to Add Section 2.08.4835, and to Amend Sections 2.08.4840 and 2.08.4850, and to Make Other Conforming Changes. [Passed for Publication on 9/12/2023 - Item 7.1 (23-1188)] (c) Ordinance No. 30952 - An Ordinance of the City of San José Rezoning Certain Real Property of Approximately 0.43 Gross Acre, Situated on the Westerly Side of North Fifth Street, Approximately 45 Feet South of Jackson Street (575, 591 and 593 North Fifth Street) (APNS: 249-40-002, 249-40-003 and 249-40-004) from the A(PD) Planned Development Zoning District to the MUC Mixed Use Commercial Zoning District. [Passed for Publication on 9/12/2023 - Item 10.1(a)(1) (23-1190)]

    15. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Amendment to the Agreement with Witt O’Brien’s LLC for COVID-19 Consulting Support.

      Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute the Eighth Amendment to the Agreement with Witt O’Brien’s LLC (Witt O’Brien’s) to extend the Agreement from September 30, 2023 to March 30, 2024 with no increase in compensation, in order to continue assisting the City with strategic emergency management support in updating plans and protocols based on the lessons learned in response to COVID-19 and nine concurrent emergencies. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (City Manager)

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    16. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Amendment to the Agreement with Filco LLC, for Public Event Services Support.

      Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute an amendment to the agreement with FILCO LLC for public event services support increasing the maximum compensation by $300,000, from $1,000,000 to $1,300,000. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services) [Deferred from 9/19/2023 Item 2.12 (23-1231)]

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    17. Agenda Ready
      Strategic Support

      Amendment to the City’s Pay Plan for the Director of Retirement Services and Chief Executive Officer, Assistant Director and Chief Investment Officer, Senior Investment Officer, and Investment Officer Classifications. - TO BE HEARD AFTER ITEM 10.1

      (a) Accept the Director of Retirement Services and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) compensation study results. (b) Accept the Chief Investment Officer (CIO) and Retirement Investment Officers compensation study results. (c) Adopt a resolution amending the City of San José Pay Plan effective July 1, 2023 to adjust the salary range for the classification of Director of Retirement Services & Chief Executive Officer with a new pay range of $342,433 to $376,488 annually. (d) Adopt a resolution amending the City of San José Pay Plan effective July 1, 2023 to adjust the salary range for the classification of Assistant Director & Chief Investment Officer with a new pay range of $371,388 to $408,300. (e) Adopt a resolution amending the City of San José Pay Plan effective July 1, 2023 to adjust the salary range for the classification of Senior Retirement Investment Officer with a new pay range of $235,677 to $266,409. (f) Adopt a resolution amending the City of San José Pay Plan effective July 1, 2023 to adjust the salary range for the classification of Retirement Investment Officer with a new pay range of $203,341 to $231,660. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Retirement Services) [Deferred from 9/19/2023 Item 3.6 (23-1241)] TO BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONSENT

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    18. Agenda Ready
      Closed Session Agenda

      Closed Session Agenda
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    19. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      Retroactive Approval of Fiesta Patrias Reception, Mexican Flag Raising, and Lighting Events Sponsored by Council District 3 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

      As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 20, 2023: (a) Retroactively approve the Fiesta Patrias Reception Event scheduled on September 14, 2023, the Mexican Flag Raising Event schedule on September 15, 2023 and the Mexican American Heritage Lighting scheduled from September 14 to September 21, 2023 as City Council sponsored Special Events and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Torres) [Rules Committee referral 9/20/2023 - Item B.1]

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    Miscellaneous Agendas

    Federated Disability Committee

      Community & Economic Development Committee (Ced)

      Filters for matters
      1. Agenda Ready
        Consent-Committee Agenda

        Housing and Community Development Commission Annual Accomplishments Report and Work Plan

        Provide the Housing and Community Development Commission Annual Accomplishments Report for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 and the Work Plan for Fiscal Year 2023- 2024 to comply with the City Municipal Code pertaining to Boards and Commissions. (Housing)

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      2. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Housing Department’s Performance Measures Audit Report

        Provide a report on the Housing Department’s performance measures audit. (City Auditor)

        Attachments
      3. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Team San Jose Semi-Annual Status Report

        Provide a semi-annual status report on the performance and activities of Team San José. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

        Attachments
      4. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Rent Stabilization Program Strategic Plan Status Report

        Provide a status report on the draft Rent Stabilization Program Strategic Plan including Apartment Rent Ordinance, Mobilehome Rent Ordinance, Tenant Protection Ordinance, Ellis Act Ordinance, and goals and objectives for the program over the coming years. (Housing)

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      5. Agenda Ready
        Review of Work Plan

        Arts Commission Annual Report and Work Plan

        Provide the Arts Commission Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 and the Work Plan for Fiscal Year 2023-2024 to comply with the City Municipal Code pertaining to Boards and Commissions. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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      6. Agenda Ready
        Review of Work Plan

        Berryessa Flea Market Status Report

        Move this item from the Community and Economic Development (CED) Committee Work Plan to the October 23, 2023 CED Committee meeting. (Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement/Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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      7. Agenda Ready
        Review of Work Plan

        Local/Small Business Contracting Participation Annual Report

        Move this item from the Community and Economic Development (CED) Committee Work Plan to the October 23, 2023 CED Committee meeting. (Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement/Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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      8. Agenda Ready
        Review of Work Plan

        Tenant Preference and Neighborhood Tenant Preference for Affordable Housing Status Report

        Defer this item for the October 23, 2023 Community and Economic Development (CED) Work Plan to the November 27, 2023 CED Committee meeting. (Housing)

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      9. Agenda Ready
        Review of Work Plan

        Development Permitting for Residential Additions or Alterations Audit Report

        Move this item from the October 23, 2023 Community and Economic Development (CED) Committee Work Plan to the November 27, 2023 CED Committee meeting. (City Auditor)

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      10. Agenda Ready
        Review of Work Plan

        Soft Story Seismic Retrofit Policy Status Report

        Defer this item for the October 23, 2023 Community and Economic Development (CED) Work Plan to the November 27, 2023 CED Committee meeting.. (Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement/Housing/City Manager - Emergency Management)

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      City Council

      Filters for matters
      1. Agenda Ready
        Final Adoption of Ordinance

        Final Adoption of Ordinances.

        (a) Ordinance No. 30942 - An Ordinance of the City of San José Amending Section 1468 of Chapter 3.36 of Title 3 of the San José Municipal Code to Extend the Deadline for a Retired Member to Submit a Post-Retirement Election for an Optional Settlement Naming a New Spouse or Domestic Partner as Beneficiary from 30 Days to 90 Days After the Date of Marriage or Establishment of the Domestic Partnership in the Police and Fire Department Retirement Plan. [Passed for Publication on 8/22/2023 - Item 2.8 (23-1076)]

      2. Agenda Ready
        Closed Session Agenda

        Closed Session Agenda
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      3. Agenda Ready
        Strategic Support

        Approval of the Terms of an Agreement Between the City of San José and Each of the Following Bargaining Units: the Association of Engineers and Architects, IFPTE, Local 21 (AEA), the Association of Maintenance Supervisory Personnel, IFPTE, Local 21 (AMSP), the City Association of Management Personnel, IFPTE, Local 21 (CAMP), and the Municipal Employees’ Federation, AFSCME, Local 101 (MEF) for the Term of July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2026, and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Agreements with Those Terms; Approval of Side Letter Agreements Between the City of San José and Each of the Following Bargaining Units to Amend Certain Articles in the Current Memoranda of Agreements: the Association of Building, Mechanical and Electrical Inspectors (ABMEI), the Association of Legal Professionals (ALP), the Peace Officer Park Rangers Association (POPRA), the San Jose Police Dispatchers’ Association (SJPDA), International Union of Operating Engineers, Local #3 (OE#3)), and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local No. 332 (IBEW), and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Agreements with Those Amendments; and Approval of Changes to Compensation and Benefits for Executive Management and Professional Employees in Unit 99 and Other Unrepresented Employees (Units 81/82) for Fiscal Years 2023-2024, 2024-2025, and 2025-2026. - TO BE HEARD LAST

        (a) Adopt a resolution to: (1) Approve the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the City and the Association of Engineers and Architects, IFPTE, Local 21 (AEA) for the term of July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2026, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an agreement with those terms. (2) Approve the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the City and the Association of Maintenance Supervisory Personnel, IFPTE, Local 21 (AMSP) for the term of July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2026, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an agreement with those terms. (3) Approve the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the City and the City Association of Management Personnel, IFPTE, Local 21 (CAMP) for the term of July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2026, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an agreement with those terms. (4) Approve the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the City and the Municipal Employees’ Federation, AFSCME Local 101 (MEF) for the term of July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2026, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an agreement with those terms. (5) Approve the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the City and the Association of Building, Mechanical and Electrical Inspectors (ABMEI) to amend certain articles in the current Memorandum of Agreement for the term of July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2026, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an agreement with those terms. (6) Approve the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the City and the Association of Legal Professionals (ALP) to amend certain articles in the current Memorandum of Agreement for the term of July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2026, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an agreement with those terms. (7) Approve the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the City and the Peace Officer Park Ranger Association (POPRA) to amend certain articles in the current Memorandum of Agreement for the term of July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2026, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an agreement with those terms. (8) Approve the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the City and the San Jose Police Dispatchers’ Association (SJPDA) to amend certain articles in the current Memorandum of Agreement for the term of July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2026, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an agreement with those terms. (9) Approve and amend compensation and benefit changes for executive management and professional employees in Unit 99 and other unrepresented employees in Units 81/82, for Fiscal Years 2023-2024, 2024-2025, and 2025-2026. (b) Adopt the related 2023-2024 Appropriation Ordinance amendments in various funds as detailed in Attachment L. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (City Manager)

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      4. Agenda Ready
        Environmental & Utility Services

        Long-Term Renewable Energy Agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the Director of the Community Energy Department or the Director’s designee to negotiate and execute a long-term agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company to buy renewable energy for a term of no more than 20 years, from 2023 through 2043, in an estimated amount of $10,000,000 annually and not to exceed $150,000,000 in aggregate, to be paid solely from the San José Clean Energy Operating Fund and subject to the annual appropriation of funds; and repealing Resolution No. RES2023-154. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Community Energy)

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      5. Agenda Ready
        Environmental & Utility Services

        San José Building Reach Code Administrative Update.

        (a) Make findings related to the local geographical, topographical, climatic conditions and cost effectiveness, which are necessary to make modifications to the State of California’s Building Energy Efficiency Standards. (b) Approve an ordinance amending various sections of Chapter 24.12 of Title 24 (Technical Codes) to modify provisions of the 2022 California Building Energy Efficiency Standards with certain exceptions, modifications, and additions which serve as a reach code to increase building efficiency, mandate electric- and solar-readiness, and incentivize all-electric development. (c) Authorize the City Manager or designee to submit a reach code submittal package to the California Energy Commission for its approval as required by law. CEQA: Categorically Exempt, File No. ER23-175, CEQA Guidelines Section 15308, Actions by Regulatory Agencies for Protection of the Environment. (Environmental Services/Planning, Building and Code Enforcement)

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      6. Agenda Ready
        Neighborhood Services

        Enhancing the Youth Commission and Youth Participation in the City. - NOT TO BE HEARD BEFORE 4:00 P.M.

        (a) Approve an ordinance of the City of San José amending Part 48 of Chapter 2.08 of Title 2 of the San José Municipal Code to add Section 2.08.4835 to compensate members of the Youth Commission for their participation, amend Section 2.08.4840 special eligibility requirements to encourage participation of youths, and amend Section 2.08.4850 to enhance the function, powers, and duties of the Youth Commission. (b) Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute an amendment to the existing agreement with the San José Library Foundation to facilitate the financial award being distributed to commissioners, not to exceed $26,400 for this activity, for a total maximum compensation of $2,651,400. CEQA: Not a Project, PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Library)

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      7. Agenda Ready
        Community & Economic Development

        Purchase and Sale Agreement for Properties Extending the Five Wounds Trail from E. William Street to the Proposed Little Portugal BART Station.

        Adopt a resolution: (a) Authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to negotiate and execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City of San José and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, for the fee simple acquisition of the property known as Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 467-36-095, 467-36-094, 472-05-069, 467-35-108, 467-35-109, 467-35-089, 467-33-075, 467-33-092, 467-33-087, 467-33-091, and 249-65-077 (Property), and acquisition of a recreation trail easement on Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 467-07-052, 467-07-070, 467-09-077, and 467-09-07, for the amount of $0, plus any closing costs; and (b) Authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute all other documents necessary to effectuate the transfer of property to the City. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs)

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      8. Agenda Ready
        Land Use Consent Agenda

        C22-125, H22-041 & ER22-273 - Conforming Rezoning and Site Development Permit on Certain Real Property Located at 575, 591 and 593 N 5th Street.

        (1) Approve an ordinance rezoning certain real property located on the west side of North 5th Street, approximately 50 feet southeasterly of the intersection of North 5th Street and Jackson Street (575, 591, & 593 North 5th Street, APNs 249-40-002, 249-40-003, and 249-40-004) from the A(PD) Planned Development Zoning District to the MUC Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning District. (2) Adopt a resolution approving, subject to conditions, a Site Development Permit to allow the removal of two walls, a portion of the roof, a side door, and a portico, for the construction of a 1,149-square-foot addition to an approximately 3,476-square-foot new dental office, on an approximately 0.43-gross-acre site. CEQA: Exempt pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 for Existing Facilities. Council District 3. (Planning, Building and Code Enforcement)

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      9. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Settlement of San José Mercury News, LLC v. City of San José.

        Recommendation: Approve payment of attorneys’ fees and costs in the amount of $78,225.40 in the San Jose Mercury News, LLC v. City of San José case, and authorize the City Attorney to execute a Settlement Agreement. CEQA: Not a Project; File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (City Attorney)

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      10. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Actions Related to the Purchase Orders with S.C. Anderson Group International, Inc. for Mold and Fungi Abatement and Disposal Services.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to exercise up to four one-year options to extend the term of the purchase orders with S.C. Anderson Group International, Inc. (San José, CA) for mold and fungi abatement and disposal services, with the last option ending on or about September 14, 2027, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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      11. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Amendment to the Agreement with T2 Systems Canada, Inc for Parking Payment System, Hosting, and Automated Payment Processing Services.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute the First Amendment to the Agreement for Purchase of Parking Payment System, Hosting, and Automated Payment Processing Services with T2 Systems Canada, Inc., formerly Digital Payment Technologies Corporation, to extend services for up to three additional two-year option terms through October 29, 2029 under the same material terms and conditions as the original agreement for a maximum compensation not to exceed $160,000 for the option period beginning October 30, 2023 and ending October 29, 2025, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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      12. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Actions Related to the Purchase Order with Almaden Body and Paint for Vehicle and Truck Collision Repairs, Bodywork, and Painting Services.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to: (a) Amend purchase order OP 63712 with Almaden Body and Paint (San José, CA) for vehicle and truck collision repairs, bodywork, and painting services to increase the total compensation by $150,000, for a maximum compensation not-to-exceed $450,000 for the period ending June 25, 2024; and (b) Exercise up to four one-year options to extend the term of the purchase order with the last option ending on or about June 25, 2028, subject to the appropriation of funds. Desired Outcome: Authorizing the City Manager to take this action provides the City with vehicle and truck collision repairs, bodywork, and painting services for various City Fleet assets. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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      13. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Amendment to Master Agreement for Consultant Services with AECOM Technical Services Inc. and Worley Group, Inc. (DBA Advisian) for Various City Facility Projects.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to: (a) Negotiate and execute the First Amendment to the Master Agreement for consultant services with AECOM Technical Services, Inc. (CPMS Contract No. 9608), extending the term from September 30, 2023, to September 30, 2026, to complete various ongoing facility projects, and updating the fee schedule to reflect the time extension with no increase to the maximum compensation; and (b) Negotiate and execute the First Amendment to the Master Agreement for consultant services with Worley Group, Inc. (DBA Advisian) (CPMS Contract No. 9608), extending the term from September 30, 2023, to September 30, 2026, to complete various ongoing facility projects, and updating the fee schedule to reflect the time extension with no increase to the maximum compensation. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Public Works)

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      14. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Award of Contract for Master Consultant Agreement with Wood Rodgers, Inc. for Master Planning Consultant Services for the Sanitary Sewer System.

        Approve the Master Consultant Agreement with Wood Rodgers, Inc. for on-call master planning consultant services for the City of San José’s Sanitary Sewer Master Plan Phase IV and Updates Project from the date of execution to December 31, 2026, in an amount not to exceed $1,500,000. CEQA: Exempt, File No. PP10-001, Feasibility and Planning Studies with no commitment to future actions. (Public Works)

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      15. Agenda Ready
        Transportation & Aviation Services

        California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) State Route 87 Roadway Rehabilitation Project.

        Accept the status report on State Department of Transportation’s (Caltrans) State Route 87 Roadway Rehabilitation Project. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff reports, assessments, annual reports, and informational memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Transportation)

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      16. Agenda Ready
        Strategic Support

        Settlement of NAACP of San José / Silicon Valley, et al. v. City of San José, et al.

        (a) Approve the settlement in the case NAACP of San José / Silicon Valley, et al. v. City of San José, et al. in the total amount of $2.9 million to Plaintiff M. Michael Acosta and authorize the City Attorney to execute a settlement agreement. (b) Approve the settlement in the case NAACP of San José / Silicon Valley, et al. v. City of San José, et al. in the total amount of $450,000 to Plaintiffs Joseph Maldonado, Mahmoudreza Naemeh, Megan Swift, Joseph Cañas, Leslie Vasquez, Peter Allen, Shaunn Cartwright, Yessica Riles, José Gustavo Flores Rodriguez, Cindy Cuellar, NAACP of San José / Silicon Valley, and San José Peace and Justice Center and authorize the City Attorney to execute a settlement agreement.” CEQA: Not a Project; File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (City Attorney)

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      17. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Retroactive Approval of Ethiopian Flag Raising Ceremony and Tower Lighting Sponsored by the Mayor's Office as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

        As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on 8/30/2023: (a) Retroactively approve the Ethiopian Flag Raising Ceremony and Tower Lighting scheduled on September 7, 2023 as City Council sponsored Special Events and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the events. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Mayor) [Rules Committee referral 8/30/2023 - Item B.3]

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      18. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Retroactive Approval of Roosevelt Community Center Eggstavaganza Sponsored by Council District 3 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

        As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on August 30, 2023: (a) Retroactively approve the Roosevelt Community Center Eggstavaganza scheduled on March 25, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Torres) [Rules Committee referral 8/30/2023 - Item B.4]

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      19. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Boards and Commissions Appointment.

        Approve the following Boards and Commissions appointments: (a) Airport Commission: (1) District 4 Seat: Appoint Jasvinder Sohal for a term of September 12, 2023 to June 30, 2027. (2) District 8 Seat: Appoint Surjit Bains for a term of September 12, 2023 to June 30, 2027. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (City Clerk) [Rules Committee referral 9/6/2023 - Item A.1.a]

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      20. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Approval of “Free Use” of City Hall West Plaza and Rotunda for the 2023 Plaza Azul Farmer’s Market Series.

        As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 6, 2023, adopt a resolution authorizing “Free Use” for the Plaza Azul Farmer’s Market series held at the City Hall West Plaza every Tuesday, August 29-November 14, 2023, co-hosted by Councilmember Davis’ office, Councilmember Torres’ office, and the Office of Economic Development and Cultural Affairs. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Davis and Torres) [Rules Committee referral 9/6/2023- Item B.2]

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      21. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Approval of Tower and Rotunda Lighting as San José Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend Sponsored by Council District 7 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

        As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 6, 2023, approve the Tower and Rotunda Lighting for recognizing September 15-17, 2023 as San José Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend scheduled from September 13-14, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Doan) [Rules Committee referral 9/6/2023 - Item B.3]

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      22. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Retroactive Approval of Berryessa Community Movie Night Sponsored by Council District 4 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

        As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 6, 2023: (a) Retroactively approve the Berryessa Community Movie Night scheduled on July 29, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Cohen) [Rules Committee referral 9/6/2023 - Item B.4]

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      Public Safety, Finance And Strategic Support Committee (Psfss)

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      1. Agenda Ready
        Review of Work Plan

        Committee Work Plan for August 2023 to December 2023 and Draft Work Plan for January 2024 to June 2024.
        Attachments
      2. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Police Department Operations and Performance Bi-Monthly Status Report.

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

        Attachments
      3. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Response to Report - San José Police Department Data Analysis and Gender Action Plan by the Social Justice and Innovation Research Lab, Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University.

        Accept the status report on the San José Police Department Gender Action Plan prepared by the Social Justice and Innovation Research Lab of Florida State University. (Police)

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      4. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Police Department Recruitment and Hiring Activity Annual Report.

        Accept the annual report on Police Department sworn and communications personnel recruitment and hiring activity for Fiscal Year 2022-2023, including recruiting climate, communication/ marketing activities and analysis, qualified applicant pool diversity, resignation data, and sworn demographic data by rank. (Police)

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      5. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Workers’ Compensation Program Annual Report.

        Accept the annual report on the City’s efforts to contain workers’ compensation costs and reduce claims for the Workers’ Compensation Program by focusing on wellness, health, and safety through the end of Fiscal Year 2022-2023. (Human Resources)

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      6. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Recruitment, Hiring, and Retention Strategies Quarterly Status Report.

        Accept the quarterly status report on recruitment, hiring, and retention strategies. (Human Resources)

        Attachments
      7. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        City Manager’s Office of Emergency Management Work Plan Priorities Annual Report.

        Accept the annual report on the City Manager’s Office of Emergency Management Work Plan priorities for Fiscal Year 2022-2023, including an update on efforts to improve resiliency in responding to disasters. (City Manager - Emergency Management)

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      Joint Meeting For The Rules And Open Government Committee And Committee Of The Whole

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        Review Final Agenda

        Review September 26, 2023 Final Agenda a. Add New Items to Final Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)
        Attachments
      2. Agenda Ready
        Review Draft Agenda

        Review October 3, 2023 Draft Agenda a. Add New Items to Draft Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)
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      3. Agenda Ready
        Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

        Retroactive Approval of the Fiesta Patrias Reception, Mexican Flag Raising, and Lighting Events Sponsored by Council District 3 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events. (Torres)

        1. Retroactively Approve the Fiesta Patrias Reception Event scheduled on September 14, 2023, the Mexican Flag Raising Event schedule on September 15th, and the Mexican American Heritage Lighting (September 14 to September 21, 2023) as a City Council sponsored Special Events and approve the expenditure of funds. 2. Retroactively approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the events. 3. Place the item on the September 26, 2023, Council Agenda for action.

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      4. Agenda Ready
        Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

        Resolution Affirming Support of the Transgender and Broader LGBTQ+ Communities. (Foley and Torres)

        Agendize for discussion and consideration at an upcoming City Council Meeting the adoption of the attached resolution affirming the City of San José’s support of the transgender and broader LGBTQ+ communities.

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      City Council

      Filters for matters
      1. Agenda Ready
        Closed Session Agenda

        Closed Session Agenda
        Attachments
      2. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Amendment to Standard Consultant Agreement with Tullett Prebon Americas Corp. for Power Products.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute a First Amendment to the Standard Consultant Agreement with Tullett Prebon Americas Corp. for assisting City staff to identify opportunities for the City to buy or sell required power products, to: (a) Increase the maximum compensation from $320,000 to $640,000 through June 30, 2027, subject to the appropriation of funds; and (b) Adjust the compensation table to become a tiered structure based on the notional value of a resource adequacy transaction. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Community Energy)

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      3. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Consulting Services Agreement with Mott MacDonald Group, Inc. for the Willow-Keyes Complete Streets Improvement Project.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute a consulting services agreement with Mott MacDonald Group, Inc. for the Willow-Keyes Complete Streets Improvements Project from the date of execution through June 30, 2026, for an amount not to exceed $1,771,304. CEQA: Categorically Exempt, File No. ER23-172, CEQA Guidelines Section 15301, Existing Facilities. Council District 3. (Transportation)

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      4. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Agreement with Arup, Inc. for the North San José Multimodal Transportation Improvement Plan.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute a consulting services agreement with Arup, Inc. for the North San José Multimodal Transportation Improvement Plan from the date of execution through February 28, 2025, for an amount not to exceed $1,080,000. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-002, Consultant services for design, study, inspection, or other professional services with no commitment to future action. Council Districts 3, 4, and 6. (Transportation)

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      5. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Report on Bids and Award of Contract for the 10080 - Sanitary Sewer Repairs Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Package I Project.

        (a) Report on bids and award of a contract for the construction of 10080 - Sanitary Sewer Repairs Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Package I Project to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, Southwest Pipeline and Trenchless Corp., in the amount of $1,425,716; and (b) Approve a 10% contingency in the amount of $142,572. CEQA: Exempt, File No. ER22-048, CEQA Guidelines Sections 15301(b), Existing Facilities, and 15302(c), Replacement or Reconstruction. Council Districts 3, 5, and 7. (Public Works)

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      6. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Donation of a Retired Ford Crown Victoria Vehicle.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the San Jose Police Department to donate a retired Ford Crown Victoria to the San Jose Police Historical Society. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Police)

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      7. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Amendment to the Agreement with Filco LLC, for Placemaking Activations. - DEFERRED

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute an amendment to the agreement for public event services support with FILCO LLC, to increase maximum compensation from $1,000,000 to $1,300,000. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services)

      8. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Parks Recreation and Neighborhood Services Department Staffing.

        Approve the following staffing adjustments to the Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services Department in 2023-2024: (a) Add 1.00 Assistant to the Director position; (b) Delete 1.00 Staff Specialist position; and (c) Delete 1.32 Recreation Leader Part-Time Unbenefited position. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-010, City Organizational and Administrative Activities resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services/City Manager)

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      9. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Actions Related to the Purchase Orders with Crime Scene Cleaners, Inc. for Crime Scene Cleaning: Removal and Disposal of Biohazardous Waste.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to exercise up to four one-year options to extend the term of the purchase orders with Crime Scene Cleaners, Inc. (Orinda, CA) for crime scene cleaning services, with the last option ending on or about September 30, 2027, subject to the appropriation of funds. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003 Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. (Finance)

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      10. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Stormwater Management Annual Report 2022-2023.

        Adopt a resolution authorizing certification and submittal of the Stormwater Management Annual Report 2022-2023 to the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board by September 30, 2023, in conformance with the Municipal Regional Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit requirements, pursuant to the Federal Clean Water Act. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City Action. (Environmental Services)

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      11. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Land Exchange Between the City of San José and San José Water Company for Properties Located at Sunol Street, W. Home Street, Emory Street, Harvest Meadow Court and Branham Lane.

        (a) Adopt a resolution: (1) Declaring 12,800 square feet of land, identified as a portion of Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 264-11-024, “exempt surplus land” under Cal. Gov. Code §54221(f)(1)(C) as exchange of land for another property necessary for the City’s use; (2) Approving the sale of 12,800 square feet of City-owned property located at the southeast corner of W. Home and Sunol Streets, to San Jose Water Company in the amount of $1,090,000, to exchange for the properties identified as Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 264-11-034, 259-07-075, 459-02-004, 459-02-008 in fee interest and an approximately 12,000 square foot easement encumbering APN 458-18-012, for the total amount of $270,000; and (3) Authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to negotiate and execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement and an Easement Agreement between the City of San José and San Jose Water Company for the subject parcels and to execute all other documents necessary to effectuate the property exchange. (b) Adopt the following 2023-2024 Appropriation Ordinance and Funding Sources Resolution Amendments in the Construction Tax and Property Conveyance Tax Fund: Parks Purposes Council District #6: (1) Establish the estimate for Revenue from Other Revenue in the amount of $820,000; and (2) Establish the Del Monte Park Phase III Development Reserve appropriation in the amount of $820,000. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-003, Agreements/Contracts (New or Amended) resulting in no physical changes to the environment. Council Districts 6 and 9. (Economic Development and Cultural Affairs/City Manager)

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      12. Agenda Ready
        Strategic Support

        Brilliant at the Basics Infrastructure Strategy Status Report.

        As recommended by the Transportation and Environment Committee on June 5, 2023, accept a status report on the Brilliant at the Basics Infrastructure Strategy that addresses meeting our 2030 carbon mitigation goals, municipal regional permit requirements, water supply needs, and strategies to pursue federal and state funding for aligned programs. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (City Manager) [Transportation and Environment Committee referral 6/5/2023 - Item (d)5]

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      13. Agenda Ready
        Strategic Support

        Actions Related to the Rule 20A and Rule 20B (In-Lieu Fee) Underground Utility Program Including Approval of the Program Work Plan and the Rule 20B (In Lieu Fee) Underground Master Plan.

        (a) Approve the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Rule 20B (In-Lieu Fee) Undergrounding Master Plan. (b) Approve the updated criteria for evaluating underground utility districts. (c) Approve the proposed work plan for the Rule 20A Underground Utility Program and provide direction to staff for the establishment of additional underground utility districts. (d) Approve the proposed Fiscal Year 2022-2023 and 2027-2028 work plan for the Rule 20B (In-Lieu Fee) Underground Utility Program. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Public Works)

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      14. Agenda Ready
        Strategic Support

        Amendment to the City Pay Plan for Retirement Plans' Executive Officers Classifications. - DEFERRED

        (Retirement Services) - PLACEHOLDER

      15. Agenda Ready
        Public Safety

        Independent Police Auditor 2022 Year End Report.

        (a) Accept the 2022 Independent Police Auditor Year End Report. (b) Accept the San José Police Department’s response to the recommendations contained in the 2022 Independent Police Auditor Year End Report. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Independent Police Auditor) [Deferred from 6/6/2023 - Item 4.1 (23-833)]

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      16. Agenda Ready
        Public Safety

        San José Police Department Internal Affairs Unit - 2022 Department Initiated Investigations Report.

        Accept the San José Police Department’s Internal Affairs Unit report on Department Initiated Investigations for calendar year 2022. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Police) [Deferred from 6/6/2023 - Item 4.2 (23-834)]

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      17. Agenda Ready
        Public Safety

        Report on Operational Plans for Large Crowd Events. - DEFERRED

        Accept the San José Police Department’s plan for community outreach regarding its operational plans for planned and unplanned large crowd events that include possible traffic diversions and street closures. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Police)

      18. Agenda Ready
        Environmental & Utility Services

        Long-Term Trash Reduction Plan Update Approval.

        Pending referral by the Transportation and Environment Committee on September 11, 2023: (a) Accept the status report on the Long-Term Trash Plan Program called Clean Waterways, Healthy City: Long-Term Trash Load Reduction Plan and Assessment Strategy in conformance with Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit. (b) Approve the submittal of the Program to the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board by September 30, 2023 and authorize the City Manager or designee to modify the plan as necessary after the Water Board's review. CEQA: Categorically Exempt, CEQA Guidelines Section 15308, Actions by Regulatory Agencies for Protection of the Environment. (Environmental Services) [Pending Transportation and Environment Committee referral 9/11/23 - Item (d)3]

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      19. Agenda Ready
        Strategic Support

        Fourth Quarter Financial Reports for Fiscal Year 2022-2023.

        As recommended by the Public Safety, Finance and Strategic Support Committee on August 17, 2023, accept the Fourth Quarter (period ended June 30, 2023) Financial Reports for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 for the following programs: (a) Debt Management; (b) Investment Management; (c) Revenue Management; and (d) Purchasing and Risk Management. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-009, Staff Reports, Assessments, Annual Reports, and Informational Memos that involve no approvals of any City action. (Finance) [Public Safety, Finance and Strategic Support Committee referral 8/17/2023 - Item (d)1]

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      20. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Retroactive Approval of Multiple Special Events Sponsored by Council District 3 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

        As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 13, 2023: (a) Retroactively approve the Street Vendor Resource Fair scheduled on July 31, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (b) Retroactively approve the Community Safety Meeting scheduled on August 14, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; (c) Retroactively approve the Luna Park Business Association Meeting scheduled on August 30, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the events. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Torres) [Rules Committee referral 9/13/2023 - Item B.4]

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      21. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Retroactive Approval of the San José State University Flag Raising Event Sponsored by Council District 3 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

        As recommended by the Rules and Open Government Committee on September 13, 2023: (a) Retroactively approve the San José State University (SJSU) Flag Raising event scheduled on August 23, 2023 as a City Council sponsored Special Event and approve the expenditure of funds; and (b) Approve and accept donations from various individuals, businesses, or community groups to support the event. CEQA: Not a Project, File No. PP17-011, Temporary Special Events resulting in no changes to the physical environment. (Torres) [Rules Committee referral 9/13/2023 - Item B.5]

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      19 new matters since 7 days ago

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      1. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Retroactive Approval of Fall Festival Sponsored by Council District 2 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

        Attachments

      2. Agenda Ready
        Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

        Approval of the District 4 and 5 Filipino American History Month Flag Raising and Lighting Ceremony as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event. (Cohen and Ortiz)

        Attachments

      3. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Retroactive Approval and Approval of the following Various Events Sponsored by Council District 8 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events.

        Attachments

      4. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Approval of Holiday Event Series Sponsored by Council District 6 as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.

        Attachments

      5. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        Mayor and Council Excused Absence Requests.

        Attachments

      6. Agenda Ready
        Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals

        Shelter Crisis and Emergency on Homelessness Declaration. (Mahan, Kamei, Torres, and Cohen)

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      7. Agenda Ready
        Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

        Approval of Multiple District 4 Events as City Council Sponsored Special Events to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Events. (Cohen)

        Attachments

      8. Agenda Ready
        Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

        Set a General Plan Hearing Third Cycle for October 2023. (Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement)

        Attachments

      9. Agenda Ready
        Review of Work Plan

        Community Plan to End Homelessness 2020-2025 San José Report.
      10. Agenda Ready
        Review Draft Agenda

        Review October 17, 2023 Draft Agenda a. Add New Items to Draft Agenda b. Assign "Time Certain" to Agenda Items (if needed) c. Review of Notice of Waiver Requirements for Agenda Items or Documents (if needed)
      11. Agenda Ready
        Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

        The Public Record for September 21 - September 28, 2023. (City Clerk)

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      12. Agenda Ready
        Review Final Agenda

        Review October 10, 2023 Final Agenda - Cancelled
      13. Agenda Ready
        Rules Committee Reviews, Recommendations and Approvals Consent

        Monthly Report of Activities for September 2023. (City Auditor)
      14. Agenda Ready
        Final Adoption of Ordinance

        Final Adoption of Ordinances.
      15. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Sanitary and Storm Sewer Collection System and Green Stormwater Infrastructure Status Report.
      16. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Municipal Regional Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit Annual Report.
      17. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Nutrient Regulations Impacts on the San Jose-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility Status Report.
      18. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Water Supply Status Report.
      19. Agenda Ready
        Reports to Committee

        Coyote Corridor Study Status Report.