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City of Oakland
Voting Record

Criteria: Begin Date: 1/1/2012, End Date: 9/13/2016, Selected Name(s): Brunner,
Jane, Brooks, Desley, Campbell Washington, Annie, De La Fuente, Ignacio, Gallo,
Noel, Guilln, Abel J., Kaplan, Rebecca, Nadel, Nancy, Quan, Jean, Reid, Larry,
Schaaf, Libby, Kalb, Dan, Gibson McElhaney, Lynette
File Number Title

Voting Record for DESLEY BROOKS


Authorizing Sale Of 319 Chester Street
10-0096 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Authorizing The Sale Of A City-Owned Parcel At 319 Chester Street To The
Alliance For West Oakland Development For The Purchase Price Of $94,000.00, Authorizing
Seller Financing For The Purchase Price, Authorizing A $400,000.00 Construction Loan, And
Authorizing A Disposition And Development Agreement With The Developer To Develop The
Parcel With A Two-Family Home
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Workers' Compensation Report


10-0561 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding Workers' Compensation
Program Administration Strategies Update and Industry "Best Practices"
1/24/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Economic Development Strategy For The City Of Oakland


10-0814 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: A Follow-Up Report And Proposed Action On The Community And
Economic Development Director's Economic Development Strategy For The City Of Oakland
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Approve with the following


amendments

Voted: Aye

Measure Y Violence Prevention Strategy Report


11-0075 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Receive A Report And Request For The City Council To Approve
Recommendations For Funding Measure Y Violence Prevention Program Strategies And The
Request For Proposal Process For The Funding Cycle For Fiscal Years 2012-2015
1/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Page 1

Approve with the following


amendments

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Rent Relief - Metropolitan Golf Links Operations


11-0077 Subject:
From:
Department Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Approve Fifty Percent (50%) Of The Minimum
Rent Relief To Oakland Golf LLC For The Operation Of The Metropolitan Golf Links During
Fiscal Year July 1, 2011 Through June 30, 2012 In The Amount Of $142,908 As Authorized
In The First Sublease And Operating Agreement Approved By Resolution No. 81274 On May
6, 2008
9/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Rent Relief - Metropolitan Golf Links Operations
From:
Department Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Approve Fifty Percent (50%) Of The Minimum
Rent Relief To Oakland Golf LLC For The Operation Of The Metropolitan Golf Links During
Fiscal Year July 1, 2011 Through June 30, 2012 In The Amount Of $142,908 As Authorized
In The First Sublease And Operating Agreement Approved By Resolution No. 81274 On May
6, 2008
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State Budget Status


09-0439-12 Subject:
From:
Office of Budget
Recommendation: Receive A Supplemental Report Regarding The Status Of The State's
Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland's Proposed Budget
For Fiscal Year 2009 -2011 [TITLE CHANGE]
1/10/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Pulte Homes Contract Increase - Rainbow Teen Center


11-0090 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 83165 C.M.S. To Authorize
An Increase In The Contract With Pulte Homes For The Construction Of The Rainbow Teen
Center By $30,699 From $121,000 To $151,699 To Pay For Prevailing Wage Costs; To
Appropriate Pro-Rated Onetime Funds For FY 2011-2012 In The Amount Of $67,000; And
Amending Resolution 83344 C.M.S. For The FY 2011 Annual Action Plan, Submitted To The
U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) Which Included The FY 2011
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Allocations, To Assign $48,000 Of $62,250
Earmarked For The Oakland Citizens Committee For Urban Renewal (Occur) To The Office
Of Parks & Recreation In Order To Provide Funding For The Rainbow Teen Center, If
Permissible Under CDBG Regulations, For Expenditures For Period July 1, 2011 - June 30,
2013
2/23/2012

City of Oakland

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Page 2

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Pulte Homes Contract Increase - Rainbow Teen Center


11-0090 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 83165 C.M.S. To Authorize
An Increase In The Contract With Pulte Homes For The Construction Of The Rainbow Teen
Center By $30,699 From $121,000 To $151,699 To Pay For Prevailing Wage Costs; To
Appropriate Pro-Rated Onetime Funds For FY 2011-2012 In The Amount Of $67,000; And
Amending Resolution 83344 C.M.S. For The FY 2011 Annual Action Plan, Submitted To The
U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) Which Included The FY 2011
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Allocations, To Assign $48,000 Of $62,250
Earmarked For The Oakland Citizens Committee For Urban Renewal (Occur) To The Office
Of Parks & Recreation In Order To Provide Funding For The Rainbow Teen Center, If
Permissible Under CDBG Regulations, For Expenditures For Period July 1, 2011 - June 30,
2013
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Change Order Limit Increase - 12th St Reconstruction Project


11-0097 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Advertising And Competitive Bidding And
Increasing The Change Order Limit For The Contract With McGuire & Hester For The 12th
Street Reconstruction Project (Project No. C241610) From Ten Percent To Twenty Percent
Of The Original Contract Amount For A Total Contract Amount Not-To-Exceed Thirty-Eight
Million Four Hundred Forty-Three Thousand Seven Hundred One Dollars And
Seventy-Seven Cents ($38,443,701.77)
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Zero Waste System Design


11-0104 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The Recommended System Design To
Meet The Adopted Zero Waste Strategy - Develop A New Waste Management System
Design In Preparation Of Oakland's Next Collection And Disposal Contracts
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

ACS State and Local Solutions, Inc.


11-0160 Subject:
From:
Councilmember De La Fuente
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Possible Action On The Status Of
Implementation Of ACS State And Local Solutions, Inc., Parking Citation Administration And
Revenue Reconciliation System Including Revenues Realized And A Performance Evaluation
As Compared To Previous Vendor
1/10/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Continued

Voted: Aye

Army Base Development and Operations


11-0177 Subject:
From:
Community and Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Action On A Report And Recommendation On Community Benefits Policy
Framework Associated With The Development And Operations At The Former Oakland
Army Base
2/7/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 3

Approve as Submitted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Street Sweeper Purchase


11-0179 Subject:
From
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Appropriate
Two Million Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($2,750,000) From The Comprehensive
Cleanup Fund 1720 To Replace Six (6) Street Sweepers, One (1) 25 Cubic Yard Packer
Truck, Two (2) Aerial Lift Trucks With 37 Feet Booms, One (1) Leaf Sweeper; And Purchase
Three (3) New Mini Packer Trucks For Keep Oakland Clean And Beautiful And Park Services
[TITLE CHANGE]
2/14/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Street Sweeper Purchase
From
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Appropriate
Two Million Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($2,750,000) From The Comprehensive
Cleanup Fund 1720 To Replace Six (6) Street Sweepers, One (1) 25 Cubic Yard Packer
Truck, Two (2) Aerial Lift Trucks With 37 Feet Booms, One (1) Leaf Sweeper; And Purchase
Three (3) New Mini Packer Trucks For Keep Oakland Clean And Beautiful And Park Services
[TITLE CHANGE]
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

10-0096-1 2) An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, Rezoning From


Open Space/Active Minipark (.OS-AMP) To Mixed Housing Type Residential (Rm-2) The
Property At 319 Chester Street, Oakland Ca. (Case No. RZLLl-053; APN 004-0103-035-00)

1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Two Tier Retirement Amendment - Safety


11-0191 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A CalPERS Resolution Of Intention To Approve An Amendment To The Contract Between
The City Of Oakland And The Board Of Administration Of The California Public Employees'
Retirement System (CalPERS) To: 1) Provide New City Of Oakland Safety Members
Different Level Of Benefits (California Government Code Section 20475), 3% At 55 Full
Formula And Government Code Section (California Government Code Section 21363.1),
Three-Year Final Compensation (California Government Code Section 20037) Applicable To
Local Safety Members Entering Membership For The First Time In The Safety Classification
After The Effective Date Of This Amendment To Contract; And 2) Include For City Of
Oakland Fire Members A 4% Employees Cost Sharing Of Additional Benefits For Second
Tier Local Fire Members (California Government Code Section 20516) ; And
1/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Page 4

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Two Tier Retirement Amendment - Safety


11-0191-1 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Of The City Of Oakland To Approve An Amendment
To The Contract Between The City Of Oakland And The Board Of Administration Of The
California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) To: 1) Provide New City Of
Oakland Safety Members Different Level Of Benefits (California Government Code Section
20475), 3% At 55 Full Formula And Government Code Section (California Government Code
Section 21363.1), Three-Year Final Compensation (California Government Code Section
20037) Applicable To Local Safety Members Entering Membership For The First Time In The
Safety Classification After The Effective Date Of This Amendment To Contract; And 2)
Include For City Of Oakland Fire Members A 4% Employees Cost Sharing Of Additional
Benefits For Second Tier Local Fire Members (California Government Code Section 20516)
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Two Tier Retirement Amendment - Safety
From:
Department Of Human Resources
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Of The City Of Oakland To Approve An Amendment
To The Contract Between The City Of Oakland And The Board Of Administration Of The
California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) To: 1) Provide New City Of
Oakland Safety Members Different Level Of Benefits (California Government Code Section
20475), 3% At 55 Full Formula And Government Code Section (California Government Code
Section 21363.1), Three-Year Final Compensation (California Government Code Section
20037) Applicable To Local Safety Members Entering Membership For The First Time In The
Safety Classification After The Effective Date Of This Amendment To Contract; And 2)
Include For City Of Oakland Fire Members A 4% Employees Cost Sharing Of Additional
Benefits For Second Tier Local Fire Members (California Government Code Section 20516)
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Subject:
Two Tier Retirement Amendment - Safety
From:
Department Of Human Resources
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Of The City Of Oakland To Approve An Amendment
To The Contract Between The City Of Oakland And The Board Of Administration Of The
California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) To: 1) Provide New City Of
Oakland Safety Members Different Level Of Benefits (California Government Code Section
20475), 3% At 55 Full Formula And Government Code Section (California Government Code
Section 21363.1), Three-Year Final Compensation (California Government Code Section
20037) Applicable To Local Safety Members Entering Membership For The First Time In The
Safety Classification After The Effective Date Of This Amendment To Contract; And 2)
Include For City Of Oakland Fire Members A 4% Employees Cost Sharing Of Additional
Benefits For Second Tier Local Fire Members (California Government Code Section 20516)
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Fox Theater Renovation Audit


11-0196 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Performance Audit Of The Fox
Theater Renovation Project Released October 4, 2011 From The Office Of The City Auditor
2/7/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 5

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

National Blood Donor Month


11-0197 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Proclaiming The Month Of January As "National
Blood Donor Month" For Oakland And Urging All Citizens To Pay Tribute To Those Among
Us Who Donate For Others In Need
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Parking Enforcement Vehicle Purchase


11-0204 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Appropriate
Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($400,000) Of Savings From The 2009-2011 Operating
Budget In The Internal Equipment Service Fund 4100 To Purchase Thirteen Energy Efficient
Vehicles For The Finance And Management Agency, Parking Enforcement Division, (PED)
1/10/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Parking Enforcement Vehicle Purchase
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Appropriate
Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($400,000) Of Savings From The 2009-2011 Operating
Budget In The Internal Equipment Service Fund 4100 To Purchase Thirteen Energy Efficient
Vehicles For The Finance And Management Agency, Parking Enforcement Division, (PED)
2/28/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Parking Enforcement Vehicle Purchase
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Appropriate
Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($400,000) Of Savings From The 2009-2011 Operating
Budget In The Internal Equipment Service Fund 4100 To Purchase Thirteen Energy Efficient
Vehicles For The Finance And Management Agency, Parking Enforcement Division, (PED)
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Port of Oakland Shut-Downs


11-0206 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tem De La Fuente and Councilmember Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Opposing Any Purposeful Upcoming Or Future Port
Of Oakland Shut-Downs, Directing The City Administrator And Urging The Mayor To Use
Whatever Lawful Tools We Have, Including Enforcement Of State Laws And Local Municipal
Code Regulations And Requirements, To Prevent Future Shut Downs Or Disruptions Of Any
Port Operations
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0207 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
1/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council
Page 6

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0208 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Zero Waste Contract Amendment - R3 Consulting


11-0212 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving The Advertising And Competitive Request
For Proposal/Qualification Requirements And Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend
An Agreement With R3 Consulting Group To Provide Zero Waste System Technical
Assistance Services Increasing The Amount Not To Exceed By Two Hundred Thousand
Dollars ($200,000.00) For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thousand
Dollars ($500,000.00) And Extending The Term By Two Years To September 1, 2015
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Software And Support Contract Agreement - Foray Technologies


11-0213 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Waiving The Advertising And Bidding
Requirements And The Request For Proposal/Qualifications Process, 2) Waiving The Local
And Small Local Business Enterprise Program Provisions, And 3) Awarding A Contract To
Foray Technologies In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars
($150,000.00) For The Purchase Of Commercial Information Technology Equipment,
Software Licensing, Management, Installation And Support Services For A Two Year Period
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sobriety Check Points Grant Award


11-0214 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of
The City Of Oakland, To Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In The Amount Of Thirty Six
Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($36,500) From The Regents Of The University Of
California, Berkeley, School Of Public Health, Traffic Safety Center, Serving As The Fiscal
Agent For The State Of California, Office Of Traffic Safety, To The Oakland Police
Department For The 2011 Sobriety Checkpoint Program for The Project Term Of October 1,
2011 Through September 30, 2012, And 2) Waiving The Central Services Overhead (CSO)
Charges Associated With This Grant In The Amount Of Four Thousand Nine Hundred
Seventy Nine Dollars ($4,979)
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Professional Services Contract Amendment - URS Corp


11-0215 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving The Request For Proposal/Request For
Qualifications ("RFP/RFQ") Competitive Selection Requirement And Authorizing The City
Administrator To Amend The Professional Services Contract With URS Corporation To Add
Design And Engineering Services For Bridge Seismic Retrofit Projects And Increase The
Contract Amount By Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($600,000.00) For A Total Contract
Amount Not To Exceed Eight Hundred Twenty-Nine Thousand Four Hundred Dollars
($829,400.00)
2/7/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 7

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Community Services Block Grant Renewal


11-0216 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Accept And
Appropriate A Renewal Grant In An Anticipated Amount Of $1,253,958 In Anti-Poverty
Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Funds For Calendar Year 2012 From The State Of
California Department Of Community Services And Development (CSD) And Any Additional
CSBG Funding That May Become Available Without Returning To Council; And 2) Negotiate,
Execute, And Amend Grant Agreements/Contracts With Service Providers In Alignment With
The City's 2012-2013 State Approved Community Action Plan [TITLE CHANGE]
1/24/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Community Services Block Grant Renewal
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Accept And
Appropriate A Renewal Grant In An Anticipated Amount Of $1,253,958 In Anti-Poverty
Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Funds For Calendar Year 2012 From The State Of
California Department Of Community Services And Development (CSD) And Any Additional
CSBG Funding That May Become Available Without Returning To Council; And 2) Negotiate,
Execute, And Amend Grant Agreements/Contracts With Service Providers In Alignment With
The City's 2012-2013 State Approved Community Action Plan [TITLE CHANGE]
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland PATH Re-Housing Initiative Funding


11-0217 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing An Agreement With The Oakland
Housing Authority (OHA) To Accept Housing Assistance Program Funds In The Amount Of
$810,000 To Continue Implementing The Oakland PATH Re-Housing Initiative (OPRI) For
The Period Of October 1, 2011 Through June 30, 2012; And Authorizing The City To
Continue Its Collaboration With The OHA To Accept OHA Funds And Enter Into Contracts
With OHA And Housing And Service Providers To Maintain And Expand The OPRI Program
In Subsequent Years Without Returning To The City Council
1/24/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Oakland PATH Re-Housing Initiative Funding
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing An Agreement With The Oakland
Housing Authority (OHA) To Accept Housing Assistance Program Funds In The Amount Of
$810,000 To Continue Implementing The Oakland PATH Re-Housing Initiative (OPRI) For
The Period Of October 1, 2011 Through June 30, 2012; And Authorizing The City To
Continue Its Collaboration With The OHA To Accept OHA Funds And Enter Into Contracts
With OHA And Housing And Service Providers To Maintain And Expand The OPRI Program
In Subsequent Years Without Returning To The City Council
2/7/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 8

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Contract Increase - Design Community And Environment


11-0218 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving The Competitive Request For
Proposal/Qualification Process And Authorizing An Amendment To Increase The Agreement
With Design Community And Environment For As-Needed Landscape Architectural Services
For An Amount Not-To-Exceed Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000.00),
Bringing The Total Contract Amount To Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($850,000.00)
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

FY 2010 - 2011 City Administrator Contract Approvals


11-0219 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On All Purchases And Contracts
Authorized By The City Administrator, Or The City Administrator Designee, Within The City
Administrator's Contract Authority During Fiscal Year 2010 - 2011 In Accordance With The
Oakland Municipal Code Section 2.04.020.D.2
1/24/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Press Room Reopening


11-0220 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Re-Opening The Press Room Located On The First
Floor Of City Hall (1 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, California 94612) And Naming The Press
Room As The Sanjiv Handa City Of Oakland Press Room (In His Memory)
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - OUSD


11-0221 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Oakland Unified School District In The Amount Of
$89,000.00 As A Result Of Property Damage Sustained Due To A Sewer Back Up And Spill
On November 11, 2010 (Public Works - Maintenance Services)
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Pamer Town Car Service


11-0222 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Property Damage Claim Of Scottsdale Insurance Company As
Subrogee Of Pamer Town Car Service, In The Amount Of $12,831.38, As A Result Of
Property Damage Sustained In A Traffic Collision With A City Vehicle On June 23, 2011.
(Oakland Fire Department)
1/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Page 9

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Ayrault


11-0223 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Bonnie Ayrault V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG11-555472 In The Amount Of $142,000.00 As A Result Of A
Trip And Fall Accident On 16th Street & Telegraph Avenue. (Office Of Public Works - OPW)
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Resolution In Favor Of A.B. 1148


11-0224 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Kernighan And Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Favor Of A.B. 1148, The California Disclosure Act
1/19/2012

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Resolution In Favor Of A.B. 1148
From:
Councilmembers Kernighan And Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Favor Of A.B. 1148, The California Disclosure Act
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-16 Subject:
From:
Office of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
1/24/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Declaring Property Interests - Alameda Ave, High St., Jensen St.


11-0230 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following
Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Of Necessity Declaring Property Interests At 600 High Street (Portions Of
Apn 034-2295-001-03) Necessary For Public Use In The 42nd Avenue And High Street
Access Improvement Project And Authorizing The City To Initiate Condemnation
Proceedings For The Acquisition Of Those Property Interests.
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

11-0230-1 2) A Resolution Of Necessity Declaring Property Interests At 4200 Alameda Avenue (Portions
Of Apns 033-2203-006-00 And 033-2203-004-02) Necessary For Public Use In The 42nd
Avenue And High Street Access Improvement Project And Authorizing The City To Initiate
Condemnation Proceedings For The Acquisition Of Those Property Interests.

2/7/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 10

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


11-0230-2 3) A Resolution Of Necessity Declaring Property Interest At Jensen Street (Between Apns
033-2250-013-01 And 033-2203-002) Necessary For Public Use In The 42nd Avenue And
High Street Access Improvement Project And Authorizing The City To Initiate Condemnation
Proceedings For The Acquisition Of Those Property Interests.

2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Employment-Related Community Benefits - Former Oakland Army Base


11-0177-2 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Report and Recommendations from the Jobs Working Group on
Employment-Related Community Benefits for the Development and Operations at the Former
Oakland Army Base
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approve as Submitted

16th Street Train Station Matching Funds


11-0231 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing An Owner Participation Agreement With
The 16th Street Train Station LLC To Grant Up To $1,300,000 In Matching Funds For
Phased Improvements To The Historic 16th Street Train Station, Including Improvements To
The Baggage Wing
1/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Agency / City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

General Fund Budget Implementation


11-0107-1 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Status Of The Fiscal Year
2011-2012 General Purpose Fund Budget Implementation
1/24/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Oakland Fund for Children and Youth Improvement Plan


10-0335-4 Subject:
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: An Informational Report on the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth
Program Quality Initiative and Improvement Plans for Service Providers
1/24/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
Oakland Fund for Children and Youth Improvement Plan
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: An Informational Report on the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth
Program Quality Initiative and Improvement Plans for Service Providers
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Supporting The California Cancer Research Act


11-0234 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Supporting Proposition 29 "The California Cancer
Research Act Of 2012" To Reduce Smoking, Especially Among Children And Fund Critical
Research To Prevent And Treat Cancer, Heart Disease And Stroke, Lung Disease And Other
Tobacco-Related Illnesses
2/2/2012

City of Oakland

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Page 11

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Supporting The California Cancer Research Act


11-0234 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Supporting Proposition 29 "The California Cancer
Research Act Of 2012" To Reduce Smoking, Especially Among Children And Fund Critical
Research To Prevent And Treat Cancer, Heart Disease And Stroke, Lung Disease And Other
Tobacco-Related Illnesses
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Open Data Policy


11-0235 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Develop A Plan
For Evaluating And Disseminating Data Sets Generated Within City Departments As "Open
Data" In Accessible Raw Formats Which Will Be Made Available To The Public Through A
Designated Website And Will Lead To The Establishment Of A Comprehensive Open Data
Policy
4/24/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Open Data Policy
From:
Councilmember Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Develop A Plan
For Evaluating And Disseminating Data Sets Generated Within City Departments As "Open
Data" In Accessible Raw Formats Which Will Be Made Available To The Public Through A
Designated Website And Will Lead To The Establishment Of A Comprehensive Open Data
Policy
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sanjiv Handa Sunshine Ordinance


11-0236 Subject:
From:
President Reid and Vice Mayor Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 11957 C.M.S., As
Amended By Ordinance No. 12483 C.M.S., To Change The Citation And Title Of The
"Oakland Sunshine Ordinance" To The "Sanjiv Handa Oakland Sunshine Ordinance" In
Memory Of Sanjiv Handa, A Longtime Oakland Resident Who Devoted More Than 20 Years
Of His Life To Advocating For Open Government And Transparency To Assure That
Deliberations Of The City's Council, Commissions, Boards, And Advisory Bodies And The
City's Operations Were Open To The Public
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Sanjiv Handa Sunshine Ordinance
From:
President Reid and Vice Mayor Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 11957 C.M.S., As
Amended By Ordinance No. 12483 C.M.S., To Change The Citation And Title Of The
"Oakland Sunshine Ordinance" To The "Sanjiv Handa Oakland Sunshine Ordinance" In
Memory Of Sanjiv Handa, A Longtime Oakland Resident Who Devoted More Than 20 Years
Of His Life To Advocating For Open Government And Transparency To Assure That
Deliberations Of The City's Council, Commissions, Boards, And Advisory Bodies And The
City's Operations Were Open To The Public
3/6/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 12

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Sanjiv Handa Sunshine Ordinance


11-0236 Subject:
From:
President Reid and Vice Mayor Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 11957 C.M.S., As
Amended By Ordinance No. 12483 C.M.S., To Change The Citation And Title Of The
"Oakland Sunshine Ordinance" To The "Sanjiv Handa Oakland Sunshine Ordinance" In
Memory Of Sanjiv Handa, A Longtime Oakland Resident Who Devoted More Than 20 Years
Of His Life To Advocating For Open Government And Transparency To Assure That
Deliberations Of The City's Council, Commissions, Boards, And Advisory Bodies And The
City's Operations Were Open To The Public
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Amendment to The Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule


11-0245 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Agency Resolution Approving An Amendment To The
Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule Identifying Enforceable Obligations Payable With
Redevelopment Agency Funds From January Through June 2012.
1/25/2012

*Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Agency/City
Council

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Amending the City of Oakland's FY 2011-13 Biennial Budget


11-0246 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The City Of Oakland's FY2011-13 Biennial
Budget, Which Was Adopted Pursuant To Resolution C.M.S. 83444 On June 30, 2011.
1/31/2012

*Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Budget Advisory Committee Appointment - Houston


11-0248 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Ken Houston As A Member Of The
Budget Advisory Committee
1/19/2012

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Scheduled

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Budget Advisory Committee Appointment - Houston
From:
Vice Mayor Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Ken Houston As A Member Of The
Budget Advisory Committee
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Supporting Senate Bill 659 (SB659)


11-0249 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid And Vice Mayor Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 659 (SB 659) As Introduced
By Senators Padilla And Rubio Extending The Dissolution Of Redevelopment Agencies And
Community Development Agencies To April 15, 2012
1/25/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Agency/City
Council

Page 13

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0250 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0251 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Supporting Senate Bill 708


11-0252 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Brunner And Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Supporting Senate Bill 708 (Corbett) Extending The
Provisions Of Senate Bill 1137 Which Established New Procedures For Home Loan
Foreclosures And Is Expiring On January 1, 2013
2/16/2012

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Supporting Senate Bill 708
From:
Councilmembers Brunner And Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Supporting Senate Bill 708 (Corbett) Extending The
Provisions Of Senate Bill 1137 Which Established New Procedures For Home Loan
Foreclosures And Is Expiring On January 1, 2013
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

CAFR/ORA Management Letter


11-0253 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The City's Fiscal Year
2010-11 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), The Oakland Redevelopment
Agency (ORA) Audit Report, And The Management Letter
2/14/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
CAFR/ORA Management Letter
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The City's Fiscal Year
2010-11 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), The Oakland Redevelopment
Agency (ORA) Audit Report, And The Management Letter
2/21/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 14

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Commending Jo-Ellen Spencer And Arlyce Currie


11-0254 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Jane Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing And Commending Jo-Ellen Spencer And
Arlyce Currie On The Occasion Of Their Retirement For Their Work At Bananas And Their
Service To Parents And Child Care Providers Of Oakland
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sustainable Communities Planning Grant


11-0255 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Up To One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) From The State Of
California Strategic Growth Council For The Sustainable Communities Planning Grant And
Incentive Program Funds For The International Boulevard Transit-Oriented Development
Implementation Plan
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Commending Andrea Youngdahl


11-0258 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Commending Andrea Youngdahl, Director Of The
Department Of Human Services, For 11 Years Of Outstanding Service And Congratulating
Her On The Occasion Of Her Retirement
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Burgardt


11-0259 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Burgardt V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County Superior
Court Case No. RG11555191 In The Amount Of $23,000.00 (Public Works Agency - Inverse
Condemnation)
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - City Of Berkeley


11-0260 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of City Of Berkeley V. City Of Oakland (Gail Lowry V. City
Of Berkeley, Et Al.), Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG10552946 In The Amount
Of $10,000.00 (Public Works Agency - Trip And Fall)
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Eagles


11-0261 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing and Directing the City Attorney to
Compromise and Settle the Claim of Fannie Eagles, in the Amount of $6,100.00 as a Result
of Property Damage Sustained When Roots From a City Tree Damaged the Claimant's
Sewer Lateral on October 5, 2011. (PWA)
2/7/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 15

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-17 Subject:
From:
Office of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
2/14/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Arcadia Park Residential Development


11-0263 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Summarily Vacating Sections Of G Street, F Street,
And Ellington Way Previously Dedicated On The Final Map For Tract 7640 And Reserving
Emergency Access And Utility Easements In The Arcadia Park Subdivision Located At 921
98th Avenue
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Cesar Chavez Park Improvement


11-0264 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Rejecting All First Round Bids For The Cesar
Chavez Park Improvement Project (No. C329410); And 2) Award A Construction Contract To
The Lowest, Responsive And Responsible Second Round Bidder, Bay Construction In
Accord With Plans And Specifications For The Project (No. C329410) And Contractor's Bid In
The Amount Of One Million Six Hundred Seventy Four Thousand Five Seventy Eight Dollars
($1,674,578.00)
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Wildfire Prevention Assessment Audit Report


11-0266 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive A Report Presenting The Oakland Wildfire Prevention
Assesssment District Audit Report For Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2011
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Oakland Vegetarian Week


11-0267 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Brooks and Councilmember Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring The Week Of April 15-21, 2012, As
"Oakland Veg Week" In The City Of Oakland
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Measure Y Violence Prevention Report


11-0268 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Measure Y - Violence
Prevention & Public Safety Act Of 2004 Audit And Program Status Report For Fiscal Year
Ended June 30, 2011
3/20/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 16

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Measure WW- East Bay Regional Park Local Grant


11-0269 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To 1) Authorize The Reallocation Of Three Million
Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,300,000.00) From The East Bay Regional Park District
Local Grant Program Of The Open Space, Wildlife, Shoreline And Parks Bond (2008
Measure WW) For Bushrod Park Soccer Field To The Golden Gate Community Recreation
Center Expansion And Improvement Project, And 2) Authorize The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Grant Funds In The Amount Of Three
Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,300,000.00) From The Measure WW East Bay
Regional Park District Local Grant Program For The Golden Gate Community Recreation
Center Expansion And Improvement Project
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Park Capital Improvement Projects


11-0270 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The Updated Fiscal Year 2011-2013 Park
Project Prioritization List For City Of Oakland Park Capital Improvement Projects
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Regional Sustainable Communities Strategy


11-0271 Subject:
From:
Community And Economic Development Agency
Recommendation: Receive A Report And Approve Recommendations To Provide An
Update On The Development Of The Regional Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS)
Pursuant To California Senate Bill 375, Including Alternative Land Use And Transportation
Scenarios, The OneBayArea Grant Program, Results Of The Performance Targets And
Equity Analyses, And Key Considerations For The City Of Oakland
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approve with the following


amendments

Professional Services Agreement Amendment - Police Performance Solutions


11-0272 Subject:
From:
Department Of Contracts And Compliance
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving The Advertising And Request For
Proposals/Qualifications Requirements And Authorizing The City Administrator On Behalf Of
The City To Amend The Agreement With Police Performance Solutions, LLC To I) Include
Additional Police Monitoring Services Required By The Court In The Case Of Delphine Allen
V. City Of Oakland, USDC No. COO-4599 TEH; And 2) Increase The Contract Amount By
One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000), For A Total Contract Amount Of One Million
Seven Hundred Eighty Four Thousand Dollars ($1,784,000)
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Registration Of Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Buildings


11-0274 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Re-Enacting Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.54
Requiring The Registration Of Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Buildings
2/2/2012

City of Oakland

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Page 17

Scheduled

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Registration Of Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Buildings


11-0274 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Re-Enacting Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.54
Requiring The Registration Of Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Buildings
2/7/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Registration Of Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Buildings
From:
Council President Reid
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Re-Enacting Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.54
Requiring The Registration Of Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Buildings
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0275 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0276 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Budget Advisory Appointment - Fearn


11-0277 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Alexandria
(Dria) Fearn To The Budget Advisory Committee
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Measure Z Committee Appointments - Martinez And Bonett


11-0278 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Sierra Martinez And Reappointing Leslie
Bonett As Members Of The Cannabis Regulatory Commission
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Forte


11-0279 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Almeta Forte V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG10549369, City Attorney's File No. 27912, In The
Amount Of Six Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($6,000.00). (Public Works - Trip And Fall)
2/21/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 18

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Kanalakis


11-0280 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing and Directing the City Attorney to
Compromise and Settle the Case of James Kanalakis v. City of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG08-372279 in the Amount of $7,500.00 As a Result of a Trip and
Fall Accident Near 10850 MacArthur Blvd. (Office of Public Works -Trip and Fall)
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

SB 1070 - Amicus Brief


11-0281 Subject:
From: Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Attorney To Sign Onto An
Amicus Brief On Behalf Of The City Of Oakland Urging The U.S. Supreme Court To Uphold
The Injunction Enjoining Implementation Of The State Of Arizona's Unconstitutional
Anti-Immigration Law (Senate Bill 1070)
2/21/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Beliveau Engineering Contract


11-0282 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Beliveau
Engineering Contractors, Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For The
Installation Of A Stormwater Trash Control Unit At 73rd Avenue And International Boulevard
(Project No. C390710) In Accordance With Plans And Specifications For The Project And
Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Nine Hundred And Eighty-Three Thousand, Five Hundred
Dollars ($983,500.00)
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Cash Management Report


11-0283 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended
December 31, 2011
2/28/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Maddie's Foundation
11-0284 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee,
On Behalf Of The City Of Oakland, To Accept A Donation In The Amount Of Ninety-Nine
Thousand Dollars ($99,000) From Maddie's Fund, And Appropriate Said Funds To The
Oakland Police Department Animal Services Division To Help Fund Spay And Neuter
Programs, Quality Of Life Projects For Animals, And Purchase Supplies/Equipment For The
Volunteer Program
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Alameda County Transportation Plan


11-0285 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Endorse And Support The Approval Of The
Alameda County Transportation Expenditure Plan And Recommend To The Alameda County
Board Of Supervisors Placement Of An Extension And Augmentation Of The Existing
Transportation Sales Tax On The November 2012 Ballot
3/6/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 19

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Sunfield Development Agreement


11-0286 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing An Exclusive Negotiating Agreement
With Sunfield Development, LLC Or A Related Entity To Develop A Mixed-Use Project On A
City-Owned Property Located At 1800 San Pablo Avenue (APN: 008-0642-018)
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Vice Mayor Brooks Travel-Washington DC


11-0287 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Vice Mayor Desley Brooks To Travel To
Washington, D.C. To Attend The 2012 National League Of Cities Congressional City
Conference From March 10-14, 2012
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Conflict Of Interest Waiver Shute Mihaly And Weinberger


11-0288 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving A Conflict Of Interest Waiver For Shute
Mihaly & Weinberger LLP ("SMW") Waiving Any Conflict Arising From SMW's
Representation Of Clients With Interests Adverse To The City Of Oakland, Except For Any
Client Whose Interests May Be Related To The Closure, Development And Reuse Of
Properties Within The Boundaries Of The Former Oakland Army Base
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Measure C-Oakland Hotel Tax Audit


11-0289 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting Measure C-Oakland Hotel
Tax Audit And Program Status Report
2/28/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Measure C-Oakland Hotel Tax Audit
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting Measure C-Oakland Hotel
Tax Audit And Program Status Report
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Street Sweeper Camera Pilot Project


11-0290 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Jane Brunner
Recommendation: Receive A Report And Approve Recommendation On The
Implementation Of A Street Sweeper Camera Pilot Project, Including The Anticipated Start
Date Of The Project
4/24/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 20

Received and Forwarded

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Complex


11-0291 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing An Exclusive Negotiating Agreement With JRDV Urban
International, HKS Sports And Entertainment, HKS Inc., And Forest City Real Estate Services
LLC, Or Affiliated Entities, For Development Of The Coliseum City Project At The
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Complex And Environs, And Authorizing
Predevelopment Funding Of The Developer's Planning Work In An Amount Not To Exceed
$1.6 Million; And
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0291-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing A Professional Services Contract With Lamphier-Gregory And


Team Of Consultants, In An Amount Not To Exceed $1,900,000, For Services Related To
The Oakland Alameda Coliseum Complex And Environs And The Oakland Airport Business
Park Specific Plans And Environmental Impact Report Without Return To Council

3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-18 Subject:
From:
Office of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
2/28/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Amending Master Fee For Mobile Food Vending Parking Use


11-0292-1 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master Fee Schedule, As Amended, To
Establish Or Modify Fees Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator To Establish An
Interim Mobile Food Vending Parking Use Fee For Permits Issued Pursuant To Chapter 5.51
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Amending Master Fee For Mobile Food Vending Parking Use
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master Fee Schedule, As Amended, To
Establish Or Modify Fees Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator To Establish An
Interim Mobile Food Vending Parking Use Fee For Permits Issued Pursuant To Chapter 5.51
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0294 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
3/6/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 21

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0295 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Newly Built Fire Truck Purchase


11-0296 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds From The U.S. Department Of Homeland
Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Assistance To Firefighters
Grant (AFG) Program For The Period Of December 30, 2011 To December 29, 2012 In The
Amount Of Seven Hundred Eighty-Nine Thousand Three Hundred Sixty Dollars ($789,360)
With Matching City Of Oakland Funds In The Amount Of One Hundred Ninety-Seven
Thousand Three Hundred Forty Dollars ($197,340) For The Purchase Of A Newly Built Fire
Truck; 2) Approving The Expenditure Of Matching City Of Oakland Funds In The Amount Of
One Hundred Ninety Seven Thousand Three Hundred Forty Dollars ($197,340); 3) Waiving
The Advertising And Competitive Bidding Requirements; And 4) Awarding A Contract To
Pierce Manufacturing Incorporated Via Golden State Apparatus, Incorporated In An Amount
Not To Exceed Nine Hundred Thirty-Two Thousand Dollars ($932,000), For The Purchase Of
A Newly Built Fire Truck And In Compliance With City Of Oakland Purchasing Policies And
Procedures.
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Joseph T. Yew


11-0297 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid, Councilmember Kernighan And Pro Tem De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Joseph T. Yew, Jr. On Eight Years Of
Dedicated And Distinguished Service To The City Of Oakland
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Mcullum Youth Court Agreement


11-0298 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Accept And
Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed $172,141 From The State Of
California, Corrections Standards Authority, Title II Formula Grant Program To The Oakland
Police Department, 2) Waive The Competitive Request For Proposals/Qualifications (Rfp/Q)
Process, And 3) Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Mccullum Youth Court
For The Period January 1,2012 Through December 31, 2012, With Two-One Year Options
To Extend, In An Amount Not To Exceed $83,638 Annually For Continued Program
Implementation Of The Oakland Youth Court
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Housing Related Parks Program


11-0299 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds From The California Department Of Housing And
Community Development In An Amount Not To Exceed $600,000 For The Housing Related
Parks Program (Program Years 2010-2011)
3/20/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 22

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Depository And Custodial Banking Services Contract


11-0300 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Brunner And Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Amend Resolution 82060 Rescinding The City
Administrator's Authority To Extend The City's Primary Depository And Custodial Banking
Services Contracts And To Require That Any Action To Extend Shall Come Back To The City
Council For Approval
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Recognizing International Women's Day


11-0301 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of International Women's Day
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - OPOA


11-0302 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of The Oakland Police Officers' Association V. City Of
Oakland, Alameda Superior Court Case No. RG09437562, Which Challenged The City's
Enactment Of Ordinance No. 12908 (Anti-Nepotism Ordinance) (Oakland Police Department)
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Budget Advisory Committee Appointment - Nye


11-0304 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tem De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming Re-Appointment Of Bruce Nye To The
Budget Advisory Committee
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Budget Advisory Committee Appointment - Bawa And Heidorn


11-0307 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Kirin Bawa
And Reappointment Of Nicolas Heidorn To The Budget Advisory Committee
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Measure Y Committee Appointment - Cruz


11-0308 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Vicente R. Cruz II As A Member Of The
Violence Prevention And Public Safety Oversight Committee
3/6/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Vice Mayor Appointment


11-0311 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution For The City Council To
Appoint_________________________ As Vice Mayor For The City Of Oakland, Term
Commencing From________________, 2012, Until ______________, 2012
3/20/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 23

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Cultural Services Grants


11-0312 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Sixty-Two (62) Cultural Services Grants To Fifty-Two (52) Oakland-Based Nonprofit
Organizations And Individual Artists Providing Arts And Cultural Services In Oakland During
Fiscal Year 2011-2012 In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $854,862.00
3/13/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Excused

Subject:
Cultural Services Grants
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Sixty-Two (62) Cultural Services Grants To Fifty-Two (52) Oakland-Based Nonprofit
Organizations And Individual Artists Providing Arts And Cultural Services In Oakland During
Fiscal Year 2011-2012 In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $854,862.00
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Local Hazard Mitigation Plan


11-0313 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Approving The Association Of Bay Area Governments' Report "Taming Natural Disasters" As
Oakland's Local Hazard Mitigation Plan
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Draft Preferred Plan - Lake Merritt BART


11-0314 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Action On A Report On The Draft Preferred Plan For The Approximate
Half Mile Area Surrounding The Lake Merritt BART Station, Which Contains Concepts And
Strategies For Land Use, Open Space, Affordable Housing, Historic Preservation,
Circulation, Streetscape, And Building Heights; And Will Be The Basis For A Draft Station
Area Plan, Which Will Be Studied In An Environmental Impact Report (EIR)
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approve with the following


amendments

Support Of AB 1599 - "Mortgages And Deeds Of Trust: Foreclosure Languages"


11-0316 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tempore De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 1599 (Feuer & Fong)
"Mortgages And Deeds Of Trust: Foreclosure Languages" Which Would Require All
Documents To A Mortgagor Or Trustor Relating To A Delinquency, Default, Loan
Modification, Foreclosure Proceeding, Or Foreclosure Sale Concerning That Mortgage Or
Deed Of Trust To Be Provided In The Primary Language Spoken By The Mortgagor Or
Trustor."
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0318 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
3/20/2012
City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 24

Adopted

Voted: Aye
Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0319 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission Appointments


11-0320 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Judith
Belcher, Barry Miller And Ellen Wu And Appointment Of Paul Rosenbloom, Toshia Marshall,
Mandolin Kadera-Redmond And Faith Du Bois To The Parks And Recreation Advisory
Commission
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Mandatory Garbage Fees


11-0321 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The
Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Garbage Service Fees And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien
And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; Or
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes


11-0322 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent Real
Property Transfer Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of
Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And
Confirming The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As
Necessary - Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The
Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For
Collection; Or
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Marcel Uzegbu Retirement


11-0323 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Brooks, Council President Reid, and Pro Tem De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Acknowledging The Retirement Of Marcel Uzegbu
After Twenty-Six Years Of Dedicated Service To The City Of Oakland
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 25

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Support Of Senate Bill 1545


11-0324 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid And Councilmember Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 1545 (DeSaulnier) That
Would Prohibit Public Money From Being Used On The Development Or Improvement Of An
Office Building At 390 Main Street, San Francisco, Until After The State Auditor Has
Completed A Specified Audit Relating To The Move Of The Headquarters Of The
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Public Art Advisory Committee Appointment - Cummings


11-0325 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Allison
Cummings As A Member Of The Public Art Advisory Committee
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

PFRS Board Designation


11-0326 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Rescinding Resolution Number 83195 C.M.S.
Which Authorized The Director Of The Finance And Management Agency To Serve As The
Mayor's Designee On The Police And Fire Retirement Board And (2) Approving The Mayor's
Designation Of The Controller To Serve In The Mayor's Place And Stead As A Member Of
The Police And Fire Retirement Board
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Support Of Assembly Bill 1831


11-0327 Subject:
From:
Council Member Nancy Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of AB 1831 (Dickinson/Swanson), Which
Expands California's "Ban The Box" Policy For State Public Employees To City And County
Workers Across The State
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Walk Of Fame


11-0328 Subject:
From:
Council Member Nancy Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Ceremonial Resolution Commending And Recognizing The
"Music They Played On 7th Street, Oakland Walk Of Fame" As A Permanent Historical Piece
Of 7th Street In The City Of Oakland
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Master Programs Funding Agreement


11-0330 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The 2012-2022 Master Programs Funding
Agreement Between The Alameda County Transportation Commission And The City Of
Oakland Governing Measure B Transportation Sales Tax And Measure F Vehicle
Registration Fee Funds
4/3/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 26

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Zero Waste System Request For Proposals


11-0331 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting Zero Waste System Request For
Proposals: Proposal Evaluation Criteria And Weighting, Waiver Of Arizona Policy, Method
For Adjusting Customer Rates, Diversion Performance Measurement, And Continued
Participation In Alameda County Measure D
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

East Bay Regional Park Local Grant Program


11-0333 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The Reallocation Of Up To Two
Hundred Forty Thousand Dollars ($240,000.00) From The East Bay Regional Park District
Local Grant Program Of The Open Space, Wildlife, Shoreline And Parks Bond (2008
Measure WW) For The Central Reservoir Field Project (No. C377010) To The Peralta
Hacienda Historical Park De Anza Trail Project (No. C284540), And 2) Authorizing The City
Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Up To Two Hundred Forty Thousand
Dollars ($240,000.00) From The East Bay Regional Park District Local Grant Program Of
The Open Space, Wildlife, Shoreline And Parks Bond (2008 Measure Ww) For The Peralta
Hacienda Historical Park De Anza Trail Project (No. C284540), And 3) Authorizing The City
Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For The Peralta Hacienda Historical Park
De Anza Trail Project (No. C284540) To Beliveau Engineering, Inc., The Lowest Responsive
And Responsible Bidder, For An Amount Not-To-Exceed Eight Hundred Fourteen Thousand
Dollars ($814,000.00) In Accord With The Project Plans And Specifications And The
Contractor's Bid
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Secondhand Jewelry Dealers Moratorium Extension


11-0337 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt Extension Of
Ordinance No. 13095 C.M.S., An Interim Ordinance, Adopted As An Urgency Measure
Pursuant To California Government Code Section 65858, Establishing A Temporary
Moratorium On The Establishment Or Expansion Of Businesses Engaged In And/Or
Conducting Buying, Selling, And/Or Exchanging Old Gold, Old Silver, Platinum Or Articles Of
Platinum, Silverware, Secondhand Jewelry Or Other Precious Metals Or Stones
(Secondhand Jewelry Dealers), Through September 4, 2012 Or Whenever Permanent
Regulations Are Adopted, Whichever Occurs First
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Youth Commission Referral Report


11-0338 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive A Report And Recommendation(s) On The Implementation The
2011-2012 Amended Policy Budget And Directing Staff To Continue To Explore Combining
The Required Work Of The Youth Commission With Other Youth Groups, Which May
Include But Not Be Limited To The Oakland Fund For Children, And Youth's (OFCY)
Planning Commission Or The All City Council Of The Oakland Unified School District
4/24/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Page 27

Continued

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Youth Commission Referral Report


11-0338 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive A Report And Recommendation(s) On The Implementation The
2011-2012 Amended Policy Budget And Directing Staff To Continue To Explore Combining
The Required Work Of The Youth Commission With Other Youth Groups, Which May
Include But Not Be Limited To The Oakland Fund For Children, And Youth's (OFCY)
Planning Commission Or The All City Council Of The Oakland Unified School District
5/22/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Late Night Live In The Parks Project


11-0242-1 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And
Appropriate Measure Y Community Engagement Programs Including City-County
Neighborhood Initiative (CCNI), Messengers4change And The Late Night Live In The Parks
Project Utilizing Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) In Measure Y, The Violence
Prevention And Public Safety Act Of 2004 Funds From July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2015 [TITLE
CHANGE]
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Central District Plan


11-0341 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance, By The City Of Oakland Under Its Own Auspices, Adopting The
Seventeenth Amendment To The Central District Redevelopment Plan, Designated And
Adopted As The "Central District Urban Renewal Plan" In 1969, To (1) Extend The Time
Limits On Plan Effectiveness And The Receipt Of Tax Increment Revenues By Ten Years,
(2) Increase The Cap On Tax Increment Revenues, (3) Extend The Time Limit For Use Of
Eminent Domain And Restrict Eminent Domain To Nonresidential Properties, (4) Amend
Affordable Housing Provisions, And (5) Make Other Required Changes; And
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Central District Plan
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance, By The City Of Oakland Under Its Own Auspices, Adopting The
Seventeenth Amendment To The Central District Redevelopment Plan, Designated And
Adopted As The "Central District Urban Renewal Plan" In 1969, To (1) Extend The Time
Limits On Plan Effectiveness And The Receipt Of Tax Increment Revenues By Ten Years,
(2) Increase The Cap On Tax Increment Revenues, (3) Extend The Time Limit For Use Of
Eminent Domain And Restrict Eminent Domain To Nonresidential Properties, (4) Amend
Affordable Housing Provisions, And (5) Make Other Required Changes; And
4/3/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 28

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


11-0341-1 2) An Ordinance, By The City Under Its Own Auspices, Adopting The Eighteenth Amendment
To The Central District Redevelopment Plan, Designated And Adopted As The "Central
District Urban Renewal Plan" In 1969, To Extend The Time Limits On Plan Effectiveness And
The Receipt Of Tax Increment Revenues By One Year; And

3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

2) An Ordinance, By The City Under Its Own Auspices, Adopting The Eighteenth Amendment
To The Central District Redevelopment Plan, Designated And Adopted As The "Central
District Urban Renewal Plan" In 1969, To Extend The Time Limits On Plan Effectiveness And
The Receipt Of Tax Increment Revenues By One Year; And
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

11-0341-2 3) A Resolution Certifying And Making Findings As To The Final Environmental Impact
Report On Proposed Amendments To The Central District Redevelopment Plan, Designated
And Adopted As The "Central District Urban Renewal Plan" In 1969, And Adopting Mitigation
Measures And A Mitigation Monitoring And Reporting Program

3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland High School Career Pathway And Community Collaborative


11-0343 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To Execute Grant Agreements With The Spanish Speaking Citizens
Foundation In An Amount Not To Exceed $226,241, Oakland Unified School District In An
Amount Not To Exceed $8,000, Laney College In An Amount Not To Exceed $10,000 And
Private Industry Council In An Amount Not To Exceed $26,000, And To Appropriate $19,639
For Fiscal Management Costs To The City Of Oakland To Administer The Grant, Provide
Project Oversight, Management And Liaison Work With State Grant Administrators, From
The California Emergency Management Agency (Cal-EMA) Grant Funds For The Oakland
High School Career Pathway And Community Collaborative At Fremont High School And
Castlemont High School
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Supporting Assembly Bill 828


11-0344 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of AB 828 (Swanson), Which Would End
The Lifetime Ban On Benefits And Services Provided Through The CalFresh Program,
Formerly Known As Food Stamps, For People Who Have A Prior Drug-Related Felony
Conviction
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Supporting Senate Bill 1060


11-0345 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of SB 1060 (Hancock), Which Would End
The Lifetime Ban On Benefits And Services Provided Through The California Work
Opportunity And Responsibility To Kids (CalWORKS) Program For People Who Have A Prior
Drug-Related Felony Conviction As Long As They Are Participating In Or Have Successfully
Completed A Government Recognized Treatment Program
3/20/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 29

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - DeGuzman


11-0346 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Deguzman V. City Of Oakland, Et Al, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG07355626, City Attorney's File No. 25715, In The Amount Of
Three Hundred Ninety-Eight Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($398,500.00). (Public Works
Agency) - Inverse Condemnation/Dangerous Condition
3/20/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Planning Code Amendments


11-0347 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning, Building And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance, Recommended By The Planning Commission, To:
1) Update References, Reduce Redundancy, Aivd Clarify Language In Various Chapters Of
The Planning Code; 2) Modify The Threshold In Chapter 17.102 For Exemption From The
1,000-Foot Separation Requirement For Alcohol Beverage Sales Commercial From 20,000
Square Feet Down To 12,000 Square Feet, And Modify The Requirement For 25 Full-Time
Employees; 3) Modify Chapter 17.108 For Setbacks Of Allowed Projections Above The
Height Limits And Allowed Projections Into Required Setbacks; 4) Modify Chapter 17.108 For
Interior Courtyard Regulations And Separation And Setback Requirements From Legally
Required Windows; 5) Modify Chapter 17.108 For Inclusion Of Specific Standards For Wind
Power Generating Facilities
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

ROPS And Successor Agency Administrative Budget Submission


11-0348 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Submission Of Recognized Obligation
Payment Schedules And Successor Agency Administrative Budgets For January/February
Through June 2012 And For July Through December 2012 To The County Auditor-Controller,
Oversight Board, And/Or The State
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

FY 2011 - 13 Budget Amendment - Army Base Staff


11-0349 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The City Of Oakland's Fiscal Year 20112013 Biennial Budget, Which Was Adopted Pursuant To Resolution No. 83693 C.M.S. On
January 31, 2012, To Use $873,497 Of Army Base Lease Revenues To Reinstate Specified
Staff Positions To Support Army Base Development
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0350 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
4/3/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 30

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0351 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Children's Memorial Presentation


11-0353 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From Gail Steele On The Children's
Memorial
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Police Vehicle Retrofit


11-0354 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To Lehr Auto Electric, A Corporation, To Provide All Labor, Material And Equipment
To Retrofit One Hundred Forty-Nine (149) Police Vehicles For The City Of Oakland In An
Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Seventy Six Thousand, Eight Hundred Forty Two
Dollars ($276,842.00) Per Request For Quotation (RFQ) 2241, Specification No. 11-928-33
And The General Conditions Therefore On File In The Purchasing Division According To Its
Bid Filed With The City On October 24, 2011
4/24/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Police Vehicle Retrofit
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To Lehr Auto Electric, A Corporation, To Provide All Labor, Material And Equipment
To Retrofit One Hundred Forty-Nine (149) Police Vehicles For The City Of Oakland In An
Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Seventy Six Thousand, Eight Hundred Forty Two
Dollars ($276,842.00) Per Request For Quotation (RFQ) 2241, Specification No. 11-928-33
And The General Conditions Therefore On File In The Purchasing Division According To Its
Bid Filed With The City On October 24, 2011
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Police Vehicle Retrofit
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To Lehr Auto Electric, A Corporation, To Provide All Labor, Material And Equipment
To Retrofit One Hundred Forty-Nine (149) Police Vehicles For The City Of Oakland In An
Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Seventy Six Thousand, Eight Hundred Forty Two
Dollars ($276,842.00) Per Request For Quotation (RFQ) 2241, Specification No. 11-928-33
And The General Conditions Therefore On File In The Purchasing Division According To Its
Bid Filed With The City On October 24, 2011
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 31

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Kandis Westmore - Honorarium


11-0355 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf And Oakland City Attorney Barbara Parker
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Congratulating Kandis Westmore On Her
Appointment As United States Magistrate Judge Of The Northern District Of California And
Commending Her For Over Twelve Years Of Stellar Service To The City Of Oakland As
Deputy City Attorney
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Jimmy Williams - Settlement Agreement


11-0356 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Jimmy Williams V. City Of Oakland, Et Al, United
States District Court No. C-10-05266 WHA, Our File No. 27827, In The Amount Of
$43,000.00 (Oakland Police Department - Excessive Force)
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Little - Settlement Agreement


11-0357 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Little v. City Of Oakland, Alameda County Superior
Court Case No. RG11554428 In The Amount Of $45,000.00 (Public Works Agency - Bicycle
Accident)
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board Appointments


11-0358 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointments Of John
Goins III And Valerie Garry As Members Of The Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Housing, Residential Rent And Relocation Board Appointments


11-0359 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Edward
Lai, Guillermo Mayer And Benjamin Scott To The Housing, Residential Rent And Relocation
Board
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Citizen's Police Review Board Appointments


11-0360 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Paula
White And Sarah Cohen To The Citizen's Police Review Board
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Measure Z Appointment
11-0361 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Reappointing Dale Gieringer As A Member Of The
Cannibus Regulatory Commission
4/3/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 32

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Charles H. Turner Recognition


11-0362 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid and Councilmember Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring And Recognizing Charles H. Turner For
Receiving The Workforce Development Professional Of The Year Award From The California
Workforce Association For The Year 2012
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Community Policing Advisory Board


11-0363 Subject:
From:
Office Of the Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Jennifer
Pae And John Nichols And Appointment Of Alex Miller-Cole As Members Of The Community
Policing Advisory Board
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Bifurcated

Ratification of CAL-EMA Grants Disbursements


11-0364 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On Behalf Of The City Of Oakland Ratifying California
Emergency Management Agency (CAL-EMA) Funded Grants To California School Age
Consortium In The Amount Of $13,000.00, 2) Leadership Excellence In The Amount Of
$75,250.00 And 3) Growth Sector Company In The Amount Of $27,500.00, For Youth
Services Provided In Connection With The Oakland High School Career Pathway And
Community Collaborative At Fremont High School And Castlemont High School
4/3/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Crime Reduction Strategic Plan


11-0367 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Action On A Report From The Office of Chief of Police Providing an
Update On The Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan And Other Crime Reduction
Strategies Including The 100 Blocks Initiative
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Accepted

Landscaping And Lighting Fiscal Year Assessment


11-0369 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Initiating The FY 2012-13 Assessment Process For
The City Of Oakland Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District And Authorizing The City
Administrator To Order A Preliminary Engineer's Report Pursuant To The California Streets
And Highways Code
4/24/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

WPAD 2012-2012 Initiating Assessment Process


11-0370 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Initiating The FY 2012-13 Assessment Confirmation
Process For The City Of Oakland Wildfire Prevention Assessment District And Authorizing
The City Administrator To Order A Preliminary Annual Report Pursuant To The Oakland
Municipal Code
4/24/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 33

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Salary Schedule Amendment - Recreation Specialist III


11-0371 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Permanent Part Time And Temporary Part
Time Designations For The Classification Of Recreation Specialist III
4/24/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Salary Schedule Amendment - Recreation Specialist III
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Permanent Part Time And Temporary Part
Time Designations For The Classification Of Recreation Specialist III
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Sunfield Development LLC - DDA Property Seminary And Foothill


11-0372 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing A Disposition And Development
Agreement With Sunfield Development, LLC, For The Sale Of Property At Foothill Boulevard
And Seminary Avenue For $6,000 For Development As A Retail Shopping Center, And
Allocating $150,000 For Remediation Of The Site
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Sunfield Development LLC - DDA Property Seminary And Foothill
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing A Disposition And Development
Agreement With Sunfield Development, LLC, For The Sale Of Property At Foothill Boulevard
And Seminary Avenue For $6,000 For Development As A Retail Shopping Center, And
Allocating $150,000 For Remediation Of The Site
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

OMC Amendment - Port Board Of Commission Authority


11-0373 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Amendment To Ordinance No. 8979 C.M.S. Amending The City
Of Oakland Municipal Code Section 2.08.050 To Clarify The Authority Of The Port Board Of
Commission And Civil Service Board Of The City Of Oakland With Regard To The
Establishment, Modification, Or Elimination Of Classifications Included By The City's Civil
Service System
4/30/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 34

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

OMC Amendment - Port Board Of Commission Authority


11-0373 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Amendment To Ordinance No. 8979 C.M.S. Amending The City
Of Oakland Municipal Code Section 2.08.050 To Clarify The Authority Of The Port Board Of
Commission And Civil Service Board Of The City Of Oakland With Regard To The
Establishment, Modification, Or Elimination Of Classifications Included By The City's Civil
Service System
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Army Base Community Benefits Program Recommendations


11-0374 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Receive A Report And Approve Recommendations That The City Council:
Direct Staff To Include The Environmental And Green Development Recommendations
From The Army Base Community Benefits Workshops Convened By Vice Mayor Nadel In
2011, Through The City's Standard Conditions Of Approval Imposed On All Development
Projects And/Or The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Mitigation Measures;
And/Or Other Measures; And Make A Commitment To Ongoing Air Quality Monitoring At The
Oakland Army Base.
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Accepted

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority Bond Issuance


11-0376 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Relating To The Issuance Of One Or More Series Of
Bonds By The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority For The Purpose Of Refunding
The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority's Outstanding Lease Revenue Bonds
(Oakland Coliseum Project) 2000 Refunding Series C-1 And 2000 Refunding Series C-2;
Approving Execution And Delivery By The City Of A Letter Of Representations; Approving
The Form And Distribution Of An Official Statement; And Approving The Taking Of All
Necessary Actions In Connection Therewith
4/24/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority Bond Issuance
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Relating To The Issuance Of One Or More Series Of
Bonds By The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority For The Purpose Of Refunding
The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority's Outstanding Lease Revenue Bonds
(Oakland Coliseum Project) 2000 Refunding Series C-1 And 2000 Refunding Series C-2;
Approving Execution And Delivery By The City Of A Letter Of Representations; Approving
The Form And Distribution Of An Official Statement; And Approving The Taking Of All
Necessary Actions In Connection Therewith
4/30/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 35

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority's Lease Revenue Bonds


11-0377 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Regarding The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Authority's Outstanding Lease Revenue Bonds (Oakland Coliseum Arena Project) 1996
Series A-1 And 1996 Series A-2, Approving The Form And Authorizing The Execution And
Delivery By The City Of Oakland Of One Or More Letters Of Representations; Approving
Such Other Documents And The Taking Of All Necessary Actions By The City In Connection
With A Restructuring, Including The Replacement Of One Or More Letters Of Credit And
Approving The Form And Distribution Of A Remarketing Memorandum In Respect Of The
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority's Outstanding Lease Revenue Bonds; And
Approving The Taking Of All Necessary Actions In Connection Therewith;
4/24/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority's Lease Revenue Bonds
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Regarding The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Authority's Outstanding Lease Revenue Bonds (Oakland Coliseum Arena Project) 1996
Series A-1 And 1996 Series A-2, Approving The Form And Authorizing The Execution And
Delivery By The City Of Oakland Of One Or More Letters Of Representations; Approving
Such Other Documents And The Taking Of All Necessary Actions By The City In Connection
With A Restructuring, Including The Replacement Of One Or More Letters Of Credit And
Approving The Form And Distribution Of A Remarketing Memorandum In Respect Of The
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority's Outstanding Lease Revenue Bonds; And
Approving The Taking Of All Necessary Actions In Connection Therewith;
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Contract Increase - Networkfleet, Inc. For Automatic Vehicle Locators


11-0378 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Increase
Spending Authority On The Existing Contract With Network fleet, Inc., And To Waive
Advertising And Bidding Requirement Of The Oakland Municipal Code As Authorized By City
Council Resolution No. 83120 C.M.S. On December 21, 2010, For The Purchase And
Mounting Of Additional Automated Vehicle Locator (AVL) Units For Both The Public Works
Agency (PWA) And Parking Enforcement Vehicles. The Additional Authority Increases The
Contract Limit By $250,000, Which Brings The Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed
$350,000
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Contract Increase - Networkfleet, Inc. For Automatic Vehicle Locators
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Increase
Spending Authority On The Existing Contract With Network fleet, Inc., And To Waive
Advertising And Bidding Requirement Of The Oakland Municipal Code As Authorized By City
Council Resolution No. 83120 C.M.S. On December 21, 2010, For The Purchase And
Mounting Of Additional Automated Vehicle Locator (AVL) Units For Both The Public Works
Agency (PWA) And Parking Enforcement Vehicles. The Additional Authority Increases The
Contract Limit By $250,000, Which Brings The Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed
$350,000
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 36

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Zero Waste RFP Economic Benefit Measures


11-0379 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting Zero Waste System Request For Proposals
Economic Benefit Measures: Competitive Wages And Benefits, Job Retention, Local
Business Participation, Local Hire Preference Points, In-County Landfill Preference Points;
And Seeks Proposals From All Qualified Firms To Establish Competition To Avoid Significant
Additional Costs To City Rate Payers
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Continued

OMC Amendment - Department Names


11-0380 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code (OMC) Chapter
2.29 "City Agencies, Departments And Offices" To Establish The Departments And Offices
Of Housing And Community Development, Economic And Workforce Development,
Neighborhood Investment, And Planning, Building And Neighborhood Preservation
4/24/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Priority Project Funds Award Beautification Project


11-0382 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nancy Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution:(1) Authorizing An Immediate Grant Of $2,500 From
Vice Mayor Nancy Nadel's Priority Project Funds To The Koreatown/Northgate Community
Benefit District To Offset Expenses Incurred For The Public Right Of Way Beautification
Project On Telegraph Avenue From 20th To 27th Street; And (2) Amending Resolution No.
80283 C.M.S., Which Allocated $60,000 Of Vice Mayor Nadel's Priority Project Funds To The
City's Neighborhood Commercial Revitalization Program To Be Used To Hire An Executive
Director For The West Oakland Main Street Program To Make The Priority Project Funds
Available For Other Uses By Vice Mayor Nadel
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

City Of Oakland's Fiscal Year Consolidated Plan


11-0386 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Amending The City Of Oakland's Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Consolidated Plan Annual Action
Plan Submitted To The U. S. Department Of Housing & Urban Development, To Include
Additional Funds Awarded To The City Under The U. S. Department Of Housing &. Urban
Development's 2011 Homeless Emergency And Rapid Transition To Housing (HEARTH)
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), A Formula Grant (Formerly The Emergency Shelter
Grant), Requiring A Substantial Amendment To The City's Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Annual
Action Plan
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Fund for Children and Youth Improvement Plan


10-0335-7 Subject:
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Discussion And Action On A Report Oakland Fund For Children And
Youth Performance Improvement Plans For Service Providers
4/24/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Page 37

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-21 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
4/24/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

City Of Oakland Bike Month


11-0387 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nancy Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Proclaiming Thursday, May 10, 2012 As The City Of
Oakland's 19th Annual Bike To Work Day, And May 2012 As City Of Oakland Bike Month In
The City Of Oakland; On The May 1, 2012 City Council Agenda As A Ceremonial Item
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

California Preservation Week And Day


11-0391 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Proclaiming The Week Of April 30, 2012, As
California Preservation Week In The City Of Oakland, (2) Proclaiming Thursday, May 3,
2012, As California Preservation Day In The City Of Oakland, And (3) Welcoming The
California Preservation Conference, "Old Roots, New Growth; Cultivating Communities," To
The City Of Oakland
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Montclair Garage Operation And Management Contract Extension


11-0393 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Adopt An Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Continue To
Extend The Existing Contract On A Month-To-Month Basis With The Montclair Village
Association For The Operation And Management Of Montclair Garage Located On 6235
Lasalle And Scout Lot Located On 2250 Mountain Boulevard Until A New Parking Facility
Operator Is Selected Through A Competitive Process. Staff Recommends Acceptance Of
This Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Continue To Extend The Existing
Contract On The Same Month-To-Month Basis With The Monclair Village Association For A
Period Of Eight Months From May 1, 2012 Through December 31, 2012, At A Compensation
Rate Of $15,900 A Month (Including A $900.00 Per Month Management Fee And
$15,000.00 In Garage Operating Expenses) For A Total Not-To-Exceed Contract Amount Of
$127,200.00 ($15,990 X 8 Months)
4/24/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 38

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Montclair Garage Operation And Management Contract Extension


11-0393 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Adopt An Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Continue To
Extend The Existing Contract On A Month-To-Month Basis With The Montclair Village
Association For The Operation And Management Of Montclair Garage Located On 6235
Lasalle And Scout Lot Located On 2250 Mountain Boulevard Until A New Parking Facility
Operator Is Selected Through A Competitive Process. Staff Recommends Acceptance Of
This Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Continue To Extend The Existing
Contract On The Same Month-To-Month Basis With The Monclair Village Association For A
Period Of Eight Months From May 1, 2012 Through December 31, 2012, At A Compensation
Rate Of $15,900 A Month (Including A $900.00 Per Month Management Fee And
$15,000.00 In Garage Operating Expenses) For A Total Not-To-Exceed Contract Amount Of
$127,200.00 ($15,990 X 8 Months)
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

East Bay Affordable Housing Week


11-0395 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing And Proclaiming May 11th Through May
20th, 2012 As The 16th Annual East Bay Affordable Housing Week; On The May 1, 2012
City Council Agenda As A Ceremonial Item
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Haitian Family Reunification Parole Program


11-0396 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Urging President Obama's Administration/U.S.
Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) To Create A Haitian Family Reunification Parole
Program To Help Haiti Recover, Save Lives, And End A Double Standard; On The May 15,
2012 City Council Agenda
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2012-2013 HUD Annual Action Plan


11-0397 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution 1)
Authorizing The City Administrator To Prepare And Submit To The U.S. Department Of
Housing And Urban Development The Annual Action Plan For Fiscal Year 2012-2013; 2)
Accepting And Appropriating Funds Totaling $12,940,158.00 For The Home, Emergency
Shelter Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities For Persons With Aids (HOPWA), And The
Community Development Block Grant Programs; 3) Appropriating $556,408.00 In Program
Income , Reprogrammed Funds And Any Amounts In Excess Thereof For Housing
Rehabilitation Revolving Loan Fund; And 4) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate
And Execute Agreements With Subgrantees For Fiscal Year 2012-2013 For The Community
Development Block Grant Program
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 39

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Trade Corridor Improvement Fund Baseline Agreement Amendment


11-0400 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Resolutions:
(1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An
Amendment To The California Transportation Commission (CTC) Trade Corridor
Improvement Fund (TCIF) Baseline Agreement Between The Port Of Oakland (Port) And
CTC Regarding The Oakland Army Base Project, To Add The City As A Party And As A
Grant Recipient, To Combine The Two TCIF Grant Allocations Into One $242.1 Million
Allocation, To Change The Scope And Areas Of The Former Oakland Army Base Where
TCIF Funds Will Be Used, And To Identify Funding Sources To Match The TCIF Grant; And
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

11-0400-1 (2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An
Amendment To The Cost Sharing Agreement Between The Oakland Redevelopment Agency
(Agency) And The Port Of Oakland Pertaining To Infrastructure Improvements At The
Former Oakland Army Base, To Reflect The Transfer Of The Property From The Agency To
The City Of Oakland, To Acknowledge An Amendment To The Trade Corridor Improvement
Funds (TCIF) Baseline Agreement, To Establish Respective Roles And Responsibilities
Between The Port And City As To Grant Funding; To Identify The Funding Sources To Match
The TCIF Grant; And To Commit An Additional $22.5 Million In City Funds To Match The
TCIF Grant

5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Public Works Week


11-0401 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Celebrating The Week Of May 20-26, 2012 As
National Public Works Week In The City Of Oakland
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Emeryville Emergency Services Contract


11-0402 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Enter Into A
Five-Year Contract With Alameda County Fire Department For The Oakland Fire Department
To Provide Emergency Services Within The City Of Emeryville Boundary For The Period July
1, 2012 Through June 30, 2017, For The Amount Of One Hundred Forty-Five Thousand
Eight Hundred And Seven Dollars ($145,807) For The First Year, And For An Amount Of One
Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars($170,000) By The Fifth Year Of The Agreement, With
Two-One Year Options To Extend In The Amount Of The Service Cost, But Not To Exceed
The Percentage As Stated In The Most Current Labor Agreement, And 2) Enter Into A
One-Year Agreement With Alameda County Fire Department For The Period July 1, 2012
Through June 30, 2013 For The Oakland Fire Department To Provide Fire Dispatch Services
For The City Of Emeryville For The Amount Of Seventy thousand Dollars ($70,000), Should
Dispatch Services Be Required As Of July 1, 2012
4/30/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 40

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Salary Schedule Amendment - Fire Suppression Line Employees


11-0403 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance 12187
C.M.S (The Salary Ordinance) To Restore A 52-Hour Workweek To Fire Suppression Line
Employees In Unit FQ1 Effective June 13, 2012
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Subject:
Salary Schedule Amendment - Fire Suppression Line Employees
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance 12187
C.M.S (The Salary Ordinance) To Restore A 52-Hour Workweek To Fire Suppression Line
Employees In Unit FQ1 Effective June 13, 2012
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Two Tier - Port Of Oakland Miscellaneous


11-0409 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Ordinance Of The City Of Oakland To Approve An Amendment
To The Contract Between The City Of Oakland And The Board Of Administration Of The
California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) To Provide New City Of Oakland
And Port Of Oakland Miscellaneous Members Different Level Of Benefits (California
Government Code Section 20475), 2.5% At 55 Full Formula (California Government Code
Section 21354.4) And Three-Year Final Compensation (California Government Code Section
20037) Applicable To Local Miscellaneous Members Entering Membership For The First
Time In The Miscellaneous Classification After The Effective Date Of This Amendment To
Contract
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Two Tier - Port Of Oakland Miscellaneous
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Ordinance Of The City Of Oakland To Approve An Amendment
To The Contract Between The City Of Oakland And The Board Of Administration Of The
California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) To Provide New City Of Oakland
And Port Of Oakland Miscellaneous Members Different Level Of Benefits (California
Government Code Section 20475), 2.5% At 55 Full Formula (California Government Code
Section 21354.4) And Three-Year Final Compensation (California Government Code Section
20037) Applicable To Local Miscellaneous Members Entering Membership For The First
Time In The Miscellaneous Classification After The Effective Date Of This Amendment To
Contract
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Civil Service Board Reappointments


11-0410 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Winnie
Anderson, Alex Drexel And Michael Siegel To The Civil Service Board
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 41

Adopted as Bifurcated

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-22 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Lakeshore/Lake Park Business Improvement Plan


11-0414 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Intention To Form The Lakeshore/Lake Park
Business Improvement Management District Of 2012, Granting Preliminary Approval Of The
Management Plan, Directing Filing Of The Proposed Assessment District Boundary
Description, Submitting A Proposed Assessment To The Affected Property Owners For
Majority Protest Procedure Approval, And Scheduling A Public Hearing For July 17, 2012
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Pacific Gas And Electric Turnkey Project


11-0416 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Advertising And Competitive Bidding And
Authorizing A Contract With Pacific Gas And Electric Company (PG&E) Not To Exceed Two
Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) For A Turnkey Project To Replace Existing High
Pressure Sodium (HPS) Cobra Style Street Lighting In East Oakland Along Designated
Portions Of Macarthur Blvd., Seminary Ave. And International Blvd. With Light Emitting Diode
(LED) Street Lights Using The PG&E "On Bill Financing" Option And Accepting All Energy
Rebates Associated With Upgrade Projects For Appropriation And Expenditure By The
Electrical Services Division As Needed To Support Sustainable Lighting Enhancement Efforts
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

LLAD Levy Assessment


11-0417 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Of
Intention To Levy Assessments, Acceptance Of The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Preliminary
Engineer's Report For The City Of Oakland Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
LLAD Levy Assessment
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Of
Intention To Levy Assessments, Acceptance Of The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Preliminary
Engineer's Report For The City Of Oakland Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 42

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Preschool Program Expansion Grant


11-0418 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate The California State Preschool
Program (CSPP) Expansion Grant From The California Department Of Education (CDE) In
An Estimated Amount Of One Million Thirteen Thousand Two Hundred Twenty Dollars
($1,013,220) For Program Year 2012-2013, And Authorizing A Grant Agreement With The
Unity Council For An Estimated Amount Of One Hundred Six Thousand One Hundred Forty
Two Dollars ($106,142) To Fund Pre Kindergarten And Family Literacy Services In Accord
With Said Grant
5/8/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Preschool Program Expansion Grant
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate The California State Preschool
Program (CSPP) Expansion Grant From The California Department Of Education (CDE) In
An Estimated Amount Of One Million Thirteen Thousand Two Hundred Twenty Dollars
($1,013,220) For Program Year 2012-2013, And Authorizing A Grant Agreement With The
Unity Council For An Estimated Amount Of One Hundred Six Thousand One Hundred Forty
Two Dollars ($106,142) To Fund Pre Kindergarten And Family Literacy Services In Accord
With Said Grant
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Child And Adult Care Food Program


11-0419 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On Behalf Of The City Of Oakland, Authorizing The
City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate The Child And Adult Care Food
Program (CACFP) Grant From The California Department Of Education, Nutrition Services
Division, In An Estimated Amount Of Five Hundred Forty Five Thousand Dollars ($545,000)
To Provide Funding For Nutritious Meals To Eligible Children Enrolled In The Oakland Head
Start Program For Program Year 2012-2013
5/8/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Child And Adult Care Food Program
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution On Behalf Of The City Of Oakland, Authorizing The
City Administrator To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate The Child And Adult Care Food
Program (CACFP) Grant From The California Department Of Education, Nutrition Services
Division, In An Estimated Amount Of Five Hundred Forty Five Thousand Dollars ($545,000)
To Provide Funding For Nutritious Meals To Eligible Children Enrolled In The Oakland Head
Start Program For Program Year 2012-2013
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 43

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

California Gang Reduction, Intervention And Prevention Grant


11-0420 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Accept And
Appropriate California Gang Reduction, Intervention And Prevention (CalGRIP) Grant Funds
In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Forty Three Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Nine
Dollars ($243,759) From The State Of California, California Emergency Management Agency
(CalEMA) To Department Of Human Services (DHS) For The Time Period Of January 1,
2012 Through December 31, 2013, And 2) Enter Into A Grant Agreement For One Year, With
A One Year Option To Renew, With Oakland Community Organization (OCO) For An
Estimated Amount Of Twenty Five Thousand ($25,000) Annually For Follow-Up Services For
Participants From January 1, 2012 Through December 31, 2013
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Head Start Training And Technical Grants


11-0421 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Head Start Basic, Head Start
Training And Technical Assistance, Early Head Start Basic, And Early Head Start Training
And Technical Assistance Grants For Program Year 2012-2013 From The U.S. Department
Of Health And Human Services, Administration For Children And Families (In The Estimated
Amount Of $18,352,486 And Authorizing Grant Agreements With The Unity Council In The
Estimated Amount Of $4,973,177 And Salvation Army For The Estimated Amount Of
$259,891 And Brighter Beginnings In The Estimated Amount Of $488,763 And Children's
Hospital-Oakland In The Estimated Amount Of $45,000 To Fund Comprehensive Child
Development Services In Accord With Said Grants With: 1) Unity Council In An Estimated
Amount Of Four Million Nine Hundred Seventy Three Thousand One Hundred Seventy
Seven Dollars ($4,973,177); 2) The Salvation Army In An Estimated Amount Of Two Hundred
Fifty Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety One Dollars ($259,891); 3) Brighter Beginnings In
An Estimated Amount Of Four Hundred Eighty Eight Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty Three
Dollars ($488,763); 4) Children's Hospital Oakland In An Estimated Amount Of Forty Five
Thousand Dollars ($45,000); 5) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And
Appropriate Additional Federal Grant Funding If It Becomes Available And To So Amend The
Grant Agreements With Unity Council, Salvation Army, Brighter Beginnings, And Children's
Hospital, Oakland, Without Returning To Council; And 6) To Review And Approve Oakland
Head Start/Early Head Start Governance Procedures Developed In Accordance With Head
Start Legislation And Updated Annually
5/22/2012

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 44

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Head Start Training And Technical Grants


11-0421 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Head Start Basic, Head Start
Training And Technical Assistance, Early Head Start Basic, And Early Head Start Training
And Technical Assistance Grants For Program Year 2012-2013 From The U.S. Department
Of Health And Human Services, Administration For Children And Families (In The Estimated
Amount Of $18,352,486 And Authorizing Grant Agreements With The Unity Council In The
Estimated Amount Of $4,973,177 And Salvation Army For The Estimated Amount Of
$259,891 And Brighter Beginnings In The Estimated Amount Of $488,763 And Children's
Hospital-Oakland In The Estimated Amount Of $45,000 To Fund Comprehensive Child
Development Services In Accord With Said Grants With: 1) Unity Council In An Estimated
Amount Of Four Million Nine Hundred Seventy Three Thousand One Hundred Seventy
Seven Dollars ($4,973,177); 2) The Salvation Army In An Estimated Amount Of Two Hundred
Fifty Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety One Dollars ($259,891); 3) Brighter Beginnings In
An Estimated Amount Of Four Hundred Eighty Eight Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty Three
Dollars ($488,763); 4) Children's Hospital Oakland In An Estimated Amount Of Forty Five
Thousand Dollars ($45,000); 5) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And
Appropriate Additional Federal Grant Funding If It Becomes Available And To So Amend The
Grant Agreements With Unity Council, Salvation Army, Brighter Beginnings, And Children's
Hospital, Oakland, Without Returning To Council; And 6) To Review And Approve Oakland
Head Start/Early Head Start Governance Procedures Developed In Accordance With Head
Start Legislation And Updated Annually
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Contracting Benefits Program - Oakland Army Base


11-0422 Subject:
From:
Department Of Contracts And Compliance
Recommendation: Receive A Report And Approve Recommendations For The Oakland
Army Base Contracting Benefits Program
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approve with the following


amendments

Stormwater Treatments Project - BASMAA


11-0423 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To 1) Accept And Appropriate Up To Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00) Of Grant
Funds And 2) Enter Into An Agreement With The Bay Area Stormwater Management
Agencies Association (BASMAA) To Use These Grant Funds To Implement Stormwater
Treatment Projects To Capture And Treat Poly Chlorinated Biphenyls
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Goldman Sachs Swap Agreement Termination


11-0424 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Terminate The City's Interest Rate
Swap Agreement With Goldman Sachs & Co. To The Extent That The City Is Able To Do So
At A Below Market Value Cost And Not Later Than The End Of The Next Fiscal Year, June
30, 2013
5/8/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 45

Continued

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Goldman Sachs Swap Agreement Termination


11-0424 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Terminate The City's Interest Rate
Swap Agreement With Goldman Sachs & Co. To The Extent That The City Is Able To Do So
At A Below Market Value Cost And Not Later Than The End Of The Next Fiscal Year, June
30, 2013
6/26/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Goldman Sachs Swap Agreement Termination
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Terminate The City's Interest Rate
Swap Agreement With Goldman Sachs & Co. To The Extent That The City Is Able To Do So
At A Below Market Value Cost And Not Later Than The End Of The Next Fiscal Year, June
30, 2013
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

YEP Agreement - Team Oakland Program


11-0425 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
One-Year Agreement With Youth Employment Partnership, In An Amount Not To Exceed
Two Hundred Forty Nine Thousand Dollars ($249,000.00) To Implement The Team Oakland
Program, With An Option To Extend The Agreement For An Additional Two Years, In An
Amount To Be Determined, Based On Satisfactory Contractor Performance And Available
Funds Approved By Council And Budgeted In Fiscal Cycle 2013-15
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sanitary Sewers Rehabilitation - Andes Construction


11-0426 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Construction Contract For The Rehabilitation Of Sanitary Sewers In The Area Bounded By
San Leandro Street, Edes Avenue And 85th Avenue (Sub-Basin 85-101 - Project No.
C268310) To Andes Construction, Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For
An Amount Not-To-Exceed Three Million Five Hundred Seventeen Thousand Dollars
($3,517,000.00) In Accord With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's
Bid
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sanitary Sewers Rehabilitation - Pacific Trenchless


11-0427 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Construction Contract For The Rehabilitation Of Sanitary Sewers In The Area Bounded By
Lochard Street, Edgemont Way, And Kerrigan Drive (Sub-Basin85-232 - Project No.
C312010) To Pacific Trenchless, Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For
The Amount Of One Million Nine Hundred Fifty-Eight Thousand Three Hundred Forty-Seven
Dollars ($1,958,347.00) In Accord With The Project Plans And Specifications And The
Contractor's Bid
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 46

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Transportation Development Act Projects


11-0428 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Up To Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00) In Fiscal
Year 2012-2013 State Transportation Development Act Article 3 Funds As Follows: (1)
CityRacks Bicycle Parking Program, Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000.00); (2) Storm
Drain Inlet Grates Project, Fifty Thousand Dollars, ($50,000.00); And (3) Pedestrian Stairs
And Paths Rehabilitation Projects, One Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars
($175,000.00)
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Vacant Residential Property Registration Program Amendment


11-0429 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Amending And Restating Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.54 (The
Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Building Registration Program) By Expanding It To
Include Both Vacant And Occupied Residential Properties And Multiple Unit Buildings To The
Foreclosed And Defaulted Residential Property Registration Program, To Set Out More
Specific Maintenance And Security Requirements And To Provide For Abatement Of Blight
And Nuisances At Such Properties
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Subject:
Vacant Residential Property Registration Program Amendment
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Amending And Restating Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.54 (The
Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Building Registration Program) By Expanding It To
Include Both Vacant And Occupied Residential Properties And Multiple Unit Buildings To The
Foreclosed And Defaulted Residential Property Registration Program, To Set Out More
Specific Maintenance And Security Requirements And To Provide For Abatement Of Blight
And Nuisances At Such Properties
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Subject:
Vacant Residential Property Registration Program Amendment
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Amending And Restating Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.54 (The
Foreclosed And Vacant Residential Building Registration Program) By Expanding It To
Include Both Vacant And Occupied Residential Properties And Multiple Unit Buildings To The
Foreclosed And Defaulted Residential Property Registration Program, To Set Out More
Specific Maintenance And Security Requirements And To Provide For Abatement Of Blight
And Nuisances At Such Properties
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

11-0429-1 1) A Resolution Amending The City Of Oakland's Fiscal Year 2011- 2013 Biennial Budget,
Which Was Adopted Pursuant To Resolution No. 83693 C.M.S. On January 31, 2012,
Adding The Positions Of Program Manager And An Administrative Support Position To The
Building Services Budget For The Administration Of The Foreclosed Properties Registration
And Blight Abatement Programs

5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 47

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


11-0429-2 2) An Ordinance Amending The Master Fee Schedule (Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S.) To
Establish New Fees For Registering Defaulted And Foreclosed Residential Properties

5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

2) An Ordinance Amending The Master Fee Schedule (Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S.) To
Establish New Fees For Registering Defaulted And Foreclosed Residential Properties
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

2) An Ordinance Amending The Master Fee Schedule (Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S.) To
Establish New Fees For Registering Defaulted And Foreclosed Residential Properties
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Sale Of Pension Obligation Bonds


11-0431 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Authorizing The Issuance And Sale Of City Of Oakland, California Taxable
Pension Obligation Bonds, Series 2012 For The City Of Oakland Police And Fire Retirement
System (PFRS) And Approving Certain Related Matters; And [TITLE CHANGE]
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Sale Of Pension Obligation Bonds
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Authorizing The Issuance And Sale Of City Of Oakland, California Taxable
Pension Obligation Bonds, Series 2012 For The City Of Oakland Police And Fire Retirement
System (PFRS) And Approving Certain Related Matters; And [TITLE CHANGE]
5/22/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Sale Of Pension Obligation Bonds
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Authorizing The Issuance And Sale Of City Of Oakland, California Taxable
Pension Obligation Bonds, Series 2012 For The City Of Oakland Police And Fire Retirement
System (PFRS) And Approving Certain Related Matters; And [TITLE CHANGE]
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 48

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Sale Of Pension Obligation Bonds


11-0431 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Authorizing The Issuance And Sale Of City Of Oakland, California Taxable
Pension Obligation Bonds, Series 2012 For The City Of Oakland Police And Fire Retirement
System (PFRS) And Approving Certain Related Matters; And [TITLE CHANGE]
6/28/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Single Audit Report FY 2010 - 2011


11-0432 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Single Audit Report For
The Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2011
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Single Audit Report FY 2010 - 2011
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Single Audit Report For
The Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2011
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Oakland Army Base Audit Report FY 2010 - 2011


11-0433 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Oakland Army Base
Audit Report For The Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2011
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Subject:
Oakland Army Base Audit Report FY 2010 - 2011
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Oakland Army Base
Audit Report For The Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2011
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Workers' Compensation Report 2nd Qtr 2011 - 2012


11-0434 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Workers' Compensation
Program For The 2nd Quarter Of Fiscal Year 2011-2012
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Subject:
Workers' Compensation Report 2nd Qtr 2011 - 2012
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Workers' Compensation
Program For The 2nd Quarter Of Fiscal Year 2011-2012
5/22/2012

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 49

Continued

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Workers' Compensation Report 2nd Qtr 2011 - 2012


11-0434 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Workers' Compensation
Program For The 2nd Quarter Of Fiscal Year 2011-2012
6/26/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Abstained

Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes - 2012 -2013


11-0435 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Providing For The Borrowing Of Funds For Fiscal
Year 2012-2013 In An Amount Not To Exceed $85,000,000 And The Issuance And Sale Of
2012-2013 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes Therefore And Approving Certain Related
Matters
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes - 2012 -2013
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Providing For The Borrowing Of Funds For Fiscal
Year 2012-2013 In An Amount Not To Exceed $85,000,000 And The Issuance And Sale Of
2012-2013 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes Therefore And Approving Certain Related
Matters
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes - 2012 -2013
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Providing For The Borrowing Of Funds For Fiscal
Year 2012-2013 In An Amount Not To Exceed $85,000,000 And The Issuance And Sale Of
2012-2013 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes Therefore And Approving Certain Related
Matters
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

11-0435-1 2) An Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of The 2012-2013 Tax And Revenue Anticipation
Notes In An Amount Not To Exceed $85,000,000; Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of
Related Documents And Approving Certain Related Actions

5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

2) An Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of The 2012-2013 Tax And Revenue Anticipation
Notes In An Amount Not To Exceed $85,000,000; Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of
Related Documents And Approving Certain Related Actions
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 50

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

WPAD 2012 - 2013 Preliminary Annual Report


11-0436 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Of
Intention To Levy Assessments, Acceptance Of The FY2012-13 Preliminary Annual Report
For The City Of Oakland Wildfire Prevention Assessment District
5/8/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
WPAD 2012 - 2013 Preliminary Annual Report
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution Of
Intention To Levy Assessments, Acceptance Of The FY2012-13 Preliminary Annual Report
For The City Of Oakland Wildfire Prevention Assessment District
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Citywide Bikeways - Various Locations


11-0437 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The Reconfiguration Of Macarthur Boulevard From Richards
Road To Seminary Avenue Reducing Travel Lanes From Four (4) Through Lanes To Two (2)
Through Lanes, Prohibiting Parking Along The Frontage Of Mills College, And Installing
Class II Bicycle Lanes;
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0437-1 2) A Resolution To Establish "No Parking Anytime" On The East Side Of Ardley Avenue
Between East 30th Street And Interstate 580;

5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0437-2 3) A Resolution Authorizing The Installation Of Class II Bicycle Lanes On Broadway From
30th Street To Broadway Terrace By Reducing Travel Lanes From Six (6) Through Lanes To
Four (4) Through Lanes;

5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0437-3 4) Resolution Authorizing The Installation Of Class II Bicycle Lanes On East 12th Street From
14th Avenue To Fruitvale Avenue By Reducing Travel Lanes From Six (6) Through Lanes To
Four (4) Through Lanes

5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Renaming Eastshore State Park


11-0438 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Renaming The Eastshore State Park
To The McLaughlin Eastshore State Park
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 51

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Harrison Senior Housing Project Grant


11-0439 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing A Grant In The Amount Of $500,000 To
Oakland Housing Initiatives And Christian Church Homes Of Northern California From State
Of California Proposition 1c Funds For Development Of Parking At The Harrison Senior
Housing Project Located At 1633 Harrison Street And 321 17th Street
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Rehabilitation Of Oak Center Homes And Various Sites


11-0440 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Amending, Terminating And Waiving Deed Covenants Encumbering Oak Center Homes At
Scattered Sites Throughout West Oakland, To Allow A Revised Ownership Structure To
Facilitate Acquisition Of Financing For Rehabilitation Of The Properties
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring East Bay Agency For Children


11-0444 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring East Bay Agency For Children On The
Occasion Of Its 60th Anniversary
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Cabaret Permits
11-0446 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 5.12
Cabarets, To Continue The Pilot Extended Hours Permits Program For An Additional Two
Years And To Set Out Procedures For Immediate Suspension Of Any Cabaret Permit To
Protect Patrons Or The Public
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Cabaret Permits
From:
Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 5.12
Cabarets, To Continue The Pilot Extended Hours Permits Program For An Additional Two
Years And To Set Out Procedures For Immediate Suspension Of Any Cabaret Permit To
Protect Patrons Or The Public
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Crematorium Activity
11-0449 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Emergency
Ordinance, Pursuant To Charter Section 213, Establishing Interim Controls That Require A
Major Conditional Use Permit To Establish A Crematorium, As It Is Currently Defined As
Manufacturing And Industrial Useage To Remain In Effect Through May 10, 2013, Or When
Permanent Regulations Are Adopted, Whichever Occurs First (TITLE CHANGE)
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 52

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

United Service Workers West, Local 1877


11-0451 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tempore Ignacio De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Supporting Janitors (SEIU - United Service Workers
West, Local 1877) In Their Efforts To Secure A New Contract With Living Wage And Health
Benefits
4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Community Policing Advisory Board Appointments


11-0456 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Marcus
Johnson, Reappointment Of Greg Novak, Appointment Of Frank Castro And Continuation Of
Angela Haller-Teoxeora As Members Of The Community Policing Advisory Board
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0409-1 2) Adopt A Resolution Approving A CalPERS Resolution Of Intention To Approve An


Amendment To The Contract Between The City Of Oakland And The Board Of
Administration Of The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) To
Provide New City Of Oakland And Port Of Oakland Miscellaneous Members Different Level
Of Benefits (California Government Code Section 20475), 2.5% At 55 Full Formula
(California Government Code Section 21354.4) And Three-Year Final Compensation
(California Government Code Section 20037) Applicable To Local Miscellaneous Members
Entering Membership For The First Time In The Miscellaneous Classification After The
Effective Date Of This Amendment To Contract

4/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0458 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0459 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Beliveau Engineering Contract-Trash Control Units


11-0460 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Beliveau
Engineering Contractors, Inc., The Lowest Responsive, Responsible Bidder For The
Installation Of Stormwater Trash Control Units On High Street Near Tidewater Avenue And
On Alameda Avenue Near Fruitvale Avenue (Project No. C424420) In The Amount Of Seven
Hundred Forty Three Thousand And Two Hundred Dollars ($743,200.00) And In Accord With
Contractor's Bid
6/5/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 53

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

MacArthur BART Residential Permit Parking


11-0461 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Establish Residential Permit Parking Area "N"
Near The Macarthur Bart Station
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Classification Amendment- Law Corps Attorney


11-0462 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Two Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. ("Salary
Ordinance") To Add The Classification Of Neighborhood Law Corps Attorney; And;
5/22/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Classification Amendment- Law Corps Attorney
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Two Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. ("Salary
Ordinance") To Add The Classification Of Neighborhood Law Corps Attorney; And;
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Classification Amendment- Law Corps Attorney
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Two Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No. 12187 C.M.S. ("Salary
Ordinance") To Add The Classification Of Neighborhood Law Corps Attorney; And;
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Eden I&R 2-1-1 Telephone Line Services Contract


11-0463 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Waive The
Competitive Process And Enter Into A Professional Services Contract With Eden I & R For
The Provision Of 2-1-1 Telephone Line Services In The Amount Not To Exceed One
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) Per Year For Fiscal Years 2011-2012 And 2012-2013
For A Total Contract Amount Of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000)
5/22/2012

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 54

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Eden I&R 2-1-1 Telephone Line Services Contract


11-0463 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Waive The
Competitive Process And Enter Into A Professional Services Contract With Eden I & R For
The Provision Of 2-1-1 Telephone Line Services In The Amount Not To Exceed One
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) Per Year For Fiscal Years 2011-2012 And 2012-2013
For A Total Contract Amount Of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000)
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Linked Banking Services Certification


11-0465 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Certifying Banks That Have Met Their 2011 Fair
Share Goals Pursuant To The City's Linked Banking Services Ordinance
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Automatic Emergency Aid Agreement


11-0466 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into An
Automatic Aid Agreement With Multiple Federal, State, And Local Emergency Response
Agencies Throughout The San Francisco Bay Region For Responses To Marine
Emergencies
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Kravitz


11-0468 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Linda Kravitz Vs. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG11556138, City Attorney's File No. 27949, In The Amount Of
Seventy Five Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($75,000.00). (Public Works - Trip And Fall)
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - John Smith


11-0469 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Pay
Plaintiffs' Attorneys' Fees Incurred In The Case Of John Smith (Spencer Lucas And Kirby
Bradshaw) V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No. C-0706298 SI, Our File
No. SS25818, In The Amount Of $832,639.41 (Oakland Police Department - Unlawful
Search)
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Bautista


11-0470 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Noralinda Bautista V. City Of Oakland, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. Rg10533188, In The Amount Of $24,000.00 As A Result Of
A Trip And Fall Accident. (Public Works Agency - Trip And Fall)
5/15/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 55

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Domer


11-0471 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Carmen Domer V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG1155133 In The Amount Of $8,000.00 (Public Works Agency Trip And Fall)
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Walker


11-0472 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of William Walker V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG11558725 In The Amount Of $6,000.00 (Public Works Agency Trip And Fall)
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Council Member Desley Brooks Travel


11-0473 Subject:
From:
Council Member Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Council Member Desley Brooks To Travel
To Las Vegas, Nevada To Attend The 2012 International Council Of Shopping Centers
(ICSC) RECON Convention From May 20-23, 2012
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Board Of Port Commissioners Appointment - Hamlin


11-0476 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Earl S.
Hamlin To The Board Of Port Commissioners To Complete The Remainder Of Michael
Lighty's Term, Which Began On July 11, 2009 And Ends On July 10, 2013
5/15/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-23 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
5/22/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Cash Management Report


11-0477 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended March
31, 2012; On The May 22, 2012 Finance And Management Committee Agenda
5/22/2012

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 56

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Cash Management Report


11-0477 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended March
31, 2012; On The May 22, 2012 Finance And Management Committee Agenda
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Emergency Medical Services Measure M


11-0478 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2012-13 Increase To A
Special Tax Imposed For Emergency Medical Services, In Accordance With The Consumer
Price Index, And Pursuant To The Emergency Medical Services Retention Act Of 1997
(Measure M)
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Emergency Medical Services Measure M
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2012-13 Increase To A
Special Tax Imposed For Emergency Medical Services, In Accordance With The Consumer
Price Index, And Pursuant To The Emergency Medical Services Retention Act Of 1997
(Measure M)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Paramedic Emergency Services Measure N


11-0479 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2012-13 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Paramedic
Emergency Services, In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The
Paramedic Services Act Of 1997 (Measure N)
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Paramedic Emergency Services Measure N
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2012-13 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Paramedic
Emergency Services, In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The
Paramedic Services Act Of 1997 (Measure N)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Library Services Retention And Enhancment Act Measure Q


11-0480 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2012-13 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Library Services,
In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The Library Services
Retention And Enhancement Act Of 2004 (Measure Q)
6/5/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 57

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Library Services Retention And Enhancment Act Measure Q


11-0480 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2012-13 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Library Services,
In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The Library Services
Retention And Enhancement Act Of 2004 (Measure Q)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Violence Prevention And Public Safety Act Measure Y


11-0481 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2012-13 Increase To A
Special Tax Imposed For Violence Prevention And Public Safety Services, In Accordance
With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The Violence Prevention And Public
Safety Act Of 2004 (Measure Y)
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Violence Prevention And Public Safety Act Measure Y
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2012-13 Increase To A
Special Tax Imposed For Violence Prevention And Public Safety Services, In Accordance
With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The Violence Prevention And Public
Safety Act Of 2004 (Measure Y)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Brownfield Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund Closeout


11-0482 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1. A Resolution To Authorize The City Administrator To Execute A Close Out Agreement
With The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9, For The Brownfield Cleanup
Revolving Loan Fund, Allowing The City Of Oakland Autonomy, While Committing To Follow
EPA Eligibility And Environmental Standards, In The Execution Of Grants And/Or Loans To
Private And Non-Profit Entities For The Environmental Clean-Up Of Contaminated Property;
And
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0482-1 2. A Resolution To Authorize The City Administrator To Approve And Execute A Grant
Agreement With The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation In An Amount Up To
$260,000 For Environmental Clean-Up Of Contaminated Lands For The Future Development
Of Affordable Housing In West Oakland

6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

CALReUSE Strategic Partnership Agreement


11-0483 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Authorize The City Administrator To Execute A
Strategic Partnership Agreement With State Treasurer's Office, California Pollution Control
Financing Authority, For The CALReUSE Environmental Assessment Loan Program
6/5/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 58

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

OFCY Evaluations
11-0484 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Planning And Oversight
Committee Of The Oakland Fund For Children And Youth And Submission Of The OFCY
Evaluation 2010-2011 Final Reports And 2011-2012 Interim Reports
5/22/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
OFCY Evaluations
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Planning And Oversight
Committee Of The Oakland Fund For Children And Youth And Submission Of The OFCY
Evaluation 2010-2011 Final Reports And 2011-2012 Interim Reports
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

OFCY Grant Renewal


11-0485 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute Grant Agreements Between The City Of Oakland And Various Non-Profit And Public
Agencies To Provide Direct Services For Children And Youth For Fiscal Year 2012-2013 In
An Amount Not To Exceed Nine Million Eight Hundred Fifty Nine Thousand One Hundred
Fifty Two ($9,859,152)
5/22/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
OFCY Grant Renewal
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute Grant Agreements Between The City Of Oakland And Various Non-Profit And Public
Agencies To Provide Direct Services For Children And Youth For Fiscal Year 2012-2013 In
An Amount Not To Exceed Nine Million Eight Hundred Fifty Nine Thousand One Hundred
Fifty Two ($9,859,152)
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Violence Prevention Grant Agreements


11-0486 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute Grant Agreements Between The City Of Oakland And Various Non-Profit And Public
Agencies To Provide Violence Prevention Services For The Period July 1, 2012 To June 30,
2013, With Two One Year Options To Renew In Accordance With The Measure Y Violence
Prevention And Public Safety Act, In An Amount Not To Exceed $5,475,000; Additional Street
Outreach Services Through The Department Of Justice, Office Of Juvenile Justice And
Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) In An Amount Not To Exceed $204,000 For The Period
July 1, 2012 To September 30, 2013, And A One-Time Grant In The Amount Of $225,000 To
Alameda County Health Care Services Agency For A Safe House For Commercially Sexually
Exploited Children From Measure Y Carryforward Funds
6/5/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 59

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

PFRS Investment Portfolio And Actuarial Valuation Report


11-0488 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Police And Fire Retirement
System (PFRS) Investment Portfolio As Of March 31, 2012 And The PFRS Actuarial
Valuation Report As Of July 01, 2011; On The May 22, 2012 Finance And Management
Committee Agenda
5/22/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

National Top Ten Public Works Leaders Of The Year - Troyan


11-0489 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Public Works Director Vitaly Troyan P.E.
For Being Named To The American Public Works Association (APWA) National Top Ten
Public Works Leaders Of The Year
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Safe Medication Disposal Support


11-0490 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Brunner And Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Support For Extended Producer Responsibility
And The Alameda County Safe Medication Disposal Ordinance, Which Would Require
Producers Selling Pharmaceutical Drugs In Alameda County To Participate In A Drug
Stewardship Program
5/31/2012

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Safe Medication Disposal Support
From:
Councilmembers Brunner And Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Support For Extended Producer Responsibility
And The Alameda County Safe Medication Disposal Ordinance, Which Would Require
Producers Selling Pharmaceutical Drugs In Alameda County To Participate In A Drug
Stewardship Program
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Budget Advisory Appointment - Zavala


11-0491 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Richard Zavala As A Member Of The
Budget Advisory Committee For The Term Beginning May 25, 2012 And Ending May 24,
2014
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

11-0462-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The Civil Service Board To Exempt The Classification Of
Neighborhood Law Corps Attorney From The Operation Of The Civil Service

5/22/2012

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 60

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


11-0462-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The Civil Service Board To Exempt The Classification Of
Neighborhood Law Corps Attorney From The Operation Of The Civil Service

6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0431-1 2) A Resolution Approving The Issuance And Sale Of Not To Exceed $250,000,000
Aggregate Principal Amount Of City Of Oakland, California Taxable Pension Obligation
Bonds, Series 2012 For The City Of Oakland Police And Fire Retirement System (PFRS);
Prescribing The Terms Of Sale Of Said Bonds; Approving The Form Of And Authorizing The
Execution And Delivery Of A Third Supplemental Trust Agreement, Funding Agreement,
Pension Obligation Debenture, | Continuing Disclosure Certificate And Bond Purchase I
Contract; Approving The Form Of And Authorizing The Distribution Of A Preliminary Official
Statement And Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of An Official Statement; And
Authorizing Necessary Actions Related Thereto

5/22/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

2) A Resolution Approving The Issuance And Sale Of Not To Exceed $250,000,000


Aggregate Principal Amount Of City Of Oakland, California Taxable Pension Obligation
Bonds, Series 2012 For The City Of Oakland Police And Fire Retirement System (PFRS);
Prescribing The Terms Of Sale Of Said Bonds; Approving The Form Of And Authorizing The
Execution And Delivery Of A Third Supplemental Trust Agreement, Funding Agreement,
Pension Obligation Debenture, | Continuing Disclosure Certificate And Bond Purchase I
Contract; Approving The Form Of And Authorizing The Distribution Of A Preliminary Official
Statement And Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of An Official Statement; And
Authorizing Necessary Actions Related Thereto
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Tanya Holland


11-0492 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Tanya Holland For Her Significant Role In
Creating Community And Establishing Oakland As A Culinary Center; On The June 5, 2012
City Council Agenda As A Ceremonial Item
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

WPAD Annual Report And Assessments


11-0493 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Confirming The Information In The Annual Report For The City Of Oakland Wildfire
Prevention Assessment District For Fiscal Year 2012-13 And The Levying Of Assessments
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

LLAD Annual Report And Assessments


11-0494 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Confirming The Information In The Engineer's Report For The City Of Oakland Landscaping
And Lighting Assessment District For Fiscal Year 2012-13 And The Levying Of Assessments
6/5/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 61

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

2011 - 2013 Budget Amendment


11-0495 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The City Of Oakland's Fiscal Year
2011-2013 Biennial Budget, Which Was Adopted Pursuant To Resolution No. 83444 C.M.S.
On June 30, 2011 And Amended By Resolution No. 83693 C.M.S. On January 31, 2012
6/28/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Master Fee Amendment


11-0496 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 13111 C.M.S. (Master
Fee Schedule), As Amended, To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees Assessed By The Office
Of The City Administrator, The Department Of Administrative Services, The Oakland Fire
Department, The Department Of Community Services, The Public Works Agency, And The
Department Of Planning, Building And Neighborhood Preservation
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Subject:
Master Fee Amendment
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 13111 C.M.S. (Master
Fee Schedule), As Amended, To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees Assessed By The Office
Of The City Administrator, The Department Of Administrative Services, The Oakland Fire
Department, The Department Of Community Services, The Public Works Agency, And The
Department Of Planning, Building And Neighborhood Preservation
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

BAC Appointment - Henderson


11-0497 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tempore De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Ed Henderson To The Budget Advisory
Committee, As A Finance And Management Committee Representative, For The Term
Beginning May 26, 2011 And Ending May 25, 2013
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Effects On Redevelopment Projects And Funds


11-0501 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Action On A Report On The State's Efforts To Clawback
Redevelopment Funds And The Effects On Redevelopment Projects And Funds
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0505 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
6/5/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council
Page 62

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0506 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program


11-0507 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
An Agreement With The City And County Of San Francisco To Accept And Appropriate Grant
Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred And Fifty Thousand, Four Hundred And
Twenty-Two Dollars ($250,422) From The U.S. Department Of Homeland Security, Fiscal
Year 2010 Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program (RCPGP) To The Oakland
Fire Department, Office Of Emergency Services For The Period Of April 1, 2012 To March
31, 2013, To Develop And Establish A Pilot Program, "Building Community Readiness And
Resiliency" (BCRR); 2) Waiving Central Services Overhead Costs Estimated At $8,500; And
3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Expend Funds In Accordance With The Preliminary
Spending Plan Which Includes But Is Not Limited To The Purchasing Of Program Supplies,
Materials, Equipment, And Professional Services As Needed, And The Hiring Of A Senior
Emergency Planning Coordinator, And Up To Three High School Interns And Three College
Interns For Program Development And Implementation Through March 31, 2013, Without
Further Council Authorization Provided City Policies And City Purchasing, Contracting And
Hiring Requirements Are Followed
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Lifeline Transportation Grant


11-0508 Subject:
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And
Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed $185,000 To Continue An Existing
Program Providing Transportation To And From The West Oakland Branch Library For
Preschool And Kindergarten Children For A Period Of Three Years And (2) Authorizing The
Filing Of An Application For Federal Funding Through The Metropolitan Transportation
Commission's Lifeline Transportation Program, Committing The Necessary Non-Federal
Match And Stating The Assurance To Complete The Project
6/12/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Lifeline Transportation Grant
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And
Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed $185,000 To Continue An Existing
Program Providing Transportation To And From The West Oakland Branch Library For
Preschool And Kindergarten Children For A Period Of Three Years And (2) Authorizing The
Filing Of An Application For Federal Funding Through The Metropolitan Transportation
Commission's Lifeline Transportation Program, Committing The Necessary Non-Federal
Match And Stating The Assurance To Complete The Project
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 63

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

General Plan Safety Element Amendment


11-0509 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning, Building, And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Amending The Safety Element Of The Oakland General Plan To Incorporate The Oakland
Local Hazard Mitigation Plan As An Implementation Annex
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Salary Schedule Ordinance Amendment - Sewer Maintenance Planner


11-0510 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance
No. 12187 (The Salary Ordinance) To Add The Classification Of Sewer Maintenance Planner
6/12/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Salary Schedule Ordinance Amendment - Sewer Maintenance Planner
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance
No. 12187 (The Salary Ordinance) To Add The Classification Of Sewer Maintenance Planner
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Salary Schedule Ordinance Amendment - Sewer Maintenance Planner
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance
No. 12187 (The Salary Ordinance) To Add The Classification Of Sewer Maintenance Planner
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Semi-Annual Vacancy Report


11-0511 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive The Semi-Annual Vacancy Report
6/12/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
Semi-Annual Vacancy Report
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive The Semi-Annual Vacancy Report
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Collaborative And Clean Creeks Program Agreement


11-0512 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Accept And Appropriate Two Hundred And Eighty Thousand Dollars ($280,000.00)
Annually From The Alameda County Flood Control And Water Conservation District (District)
And To Enter Into An Agreement With The District To Implement The Collaborative Creek
Improvement And Clean Creeks Programs (Programs) For The Period July 1, 2012 Through
June 30, 2017
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 64

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program Agreement Amendment


11-0513 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Amend And Renew The Existing Agreement Providing For Implementation Of The
Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program (Clean Water Program)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

East Bay Greenway Plan - ACTC/BART MOU


11-0514 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute The Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) Between The City Of Oakland, The
Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC), And The San Francisco Bay Area
Rapid Transit District (BART), Regarding The Administration, Design, Construction,
Maintenance And Liability Terms For The Delivery Of The East Bay Regional Parks District's
Regional Trail Segment 7a (75th Avenue To 85th Avenue Under The BART Tracks) Of
Urban Ecology's 2008 East Bay Greenway Plan, As It Furthers The City's Interests In
Providing Safe, Accessible, And Multiple Modes Of Access Between East Oakland
Neighborhoods And The Coliseum BART Station
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

California Hotel Encroachment Permit


11-0515 Subject:
From:
Department Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting California Hotel Oakland LP A Revocable
And Conditional Permit To Allow Portions Of An Existing Building Located At 3501 San Pablo
Avenue To Encroach Into The Public Right Of Wav Along San Pablo Avenue And Chestnut
Street
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Senior Aides Program Grant


11-0516 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In The Estimated Amount Of $1,076,058 From Senior
Services America, Inc., For The City Of Oakland Senior Aides Program For Fiscal Year
2012-2013
6/12/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Oakland Senior Aides Program Grant
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In The Estimated Amount Of $1,076,058 From Senior
Services America, Inc., For The City Of Oakland Senior Aides Program For Fiscal Year
2012-2013
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 65

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Oakland Senior Companion Assessment & Referral Program Grant


11-0517 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds For Fiscal Year 2012-2013 From: 1) The Corporation
For National And Community Services (CNCS) In The Amount Of $329,801 For The Senior
Companion Program (SCP) And Foster Grandparent Program (FGP); 2) From The Alameda
County Transportation Commission (ACTC) In The Amount Of $92,000 For The SCP/Taxi
Up & Go (TUGO) Project; And 3) From The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) In
The Amount Of $24,000 For The SCP/Oakland Senior Companion Assessment & Referral
(OSCAR) Project
6/12/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Oakland Senior Companion Assessment & Referral Program Grant
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds For Fiscal Year 2012-2013 From: 1) The Corporation
For National And Community Services (CNCS) In The Amount Of $329,801 For The Senior
Companion Program (SCP) And Foster Grandparent Program (FGP); 2) From The Alameda
County Transportation Commission (ACTC) In The Amount Of $92,000 For The SCP/Taxi
Up & Go (TUGO) Project; And 3) From The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) In
The Amount Of $24,000 For The SCP/Oakland Senior Companion Assessment & Referral
(OSCAR) Project
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Piedmont Avenue Library - Joint Use Lease With OUSD


11-0518 Subject:
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing A Five-Year Lease With The Oakland
Unified School District For The Use Of A Modular Building At The Piedmont Avenue
Elementary School At 4314 Piedmont Avenue For The Piedmont Avenue Library; 2)
Authorizing The City To Move The Library From Its Current Location At 160 41st Street To
The School; 3) Appropriating $2,500 Per Month From Measure Q Fund 2241 For Lease
Payments For Fiscal Year 2012-13; And 4) Appropriating Funds In An Amount
Not-To-Exceed $200,000 For The Move
6/26/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Piedmont Avenue Library - Joint Use Lease With OUSD
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing A Five-Year Lease With The Oakland
Unified School District For The Use Of A Modular Building At The Piedmont Avenue
Elementary School At 4314 Piedmont Avenue For The Piedmont Avenue Library; 2)
Authorizing The City To Move The Library From Its Current Location At 160 41st Street To
The School; 3) Appropriating $2,500 Per Month From Measure Q Fund 2241 For Lease
Payments For Fiscal Year 2012-13; And 4) Appropriating Funds In An Amount
Not-To-Exceed $200,000 For The Move
7/3/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Page 66

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Construction Contract For Army Base Building 6 - Downrite Corp


11-0520 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Construction Contract With Downrite Corporation For An Amount Not-To-Exceed One Million
Seven Hundred Thirty-Four Thousand Five Hundred Sixty-Five Dollars ($1,734,565) For The
Oakland Army Base Building 6,6t, 60, And 70 Demolition And Remediation Project
(P294110)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Measure B Funds - Transportation Reimbursement Agreements


11-0521 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Measure B Pass- Through Funds In The Amount Of $872,810,
Measure B Minimum Service Level Grant Funds Up To $25,000 And Measure B Gap Grant
Funds Up To $162,000 From The Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) For
Fiscal
Year 2012-2013 To Provide Paratransit Services; And Authorizing The City Administrator To
Negotiate And Execute Reimbursement Agreements In Amounts Of: 1) $380,000 To V.I.P.
Express Transport, Inc., 2) $200,000 To Friendly Transportation, Inc. DBA Friendly
Transportation, Friendly Cab Company, Metro Yellow Cab Company And Yellow Cab
Company, And 3) $200,000 To Veterans Transportation, Inc. DBA Veterans Transportation
And Veterans Cab Company; And Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute
Amendments To The Agreements For Any Additional Amounts Received Under Measure B
Or Reallocation Of Funds Without Returning To City Council
6/12/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Measure B Funds - Transportation Reimbursement Agreements
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Measure B Pass- Through Funds In The Amount Of $872,810,
Measure B Minimum Service Level Grant Funds Up To $25,000 And Measure B Gap Grant
Funds Up To $162,000 From The Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) For
Fiscal
Year 2012-2013 To Provide Paratransit Services; And Authorizing The City Administrator To
Negotiate And Execute Reimbursement Agreements In Amounts Of: 1) $380,000 To V.I.P.
Express Transport, Inc., 2) $200,000 To Friendly Transportation, Inc. DBA Friendly
Transportation, Friendly Cab Company, Metro Yellow Cab Company And Yellow Cab
Company, And 3) $200,000 To Veterans Transportation, Inc. DBA Veterans Transportation
And Veterans Cab Company; And Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute
Amendments To The Agreements For Any Additional Amounts Received Under Measure B
Or Reallocation Of Funds Without Returning To City Council
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 67

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Multipurpose Senior Services Program - Professional Services Agreements


11-0522 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Accept And
Appropriate Standard Agreement Funds In The Amount Of $1,405,480 And Enter Into
Standard Agreement Number MS-1213-01 With The State Of California, Department Of
Aging, For The Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) For Fiscal Year 2012-2013,
2) Waive The Central Service Overhead Cost Of $166,414 And 3) Enter Into Professional
Service Agreements With Vendors To Provide In-Home Services To Frail Seniors For The
Period July 1, 2012 Through June 30, 2012, With Two-One Year Options To Extend, In An
Amount Of $210,821 Annually For Continued Program Implementation Of The MSSP
6/12/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Multipurpose Senior Services Program - Professional Services Agreements
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Accept And
Appropriate Standard Agreement Funds In The Amount Of $1,405,480 And Enter Into
Standard Agreement Number MS-1213-01 With The State Of California, Department Of
Aging, For The Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) For Fiscal Year 2012-2013,
2) Waive The Central Service Overhead Cost Of $166,414 And 3) Enter Into Professional
Service Agreements With Vendors To Provide In-Home Services To Frail Seniors For The
Period July 1, 2012 Through June 30, 2012, With Two-One Year Options To Extend, In An
Amount Of $210,821 Annually For Continued Program Implementation Of The MSSP
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes


11-0523 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent Real
Property Transfer Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of
Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And
Confirming The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As
Necessary - Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The
Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For
Collection; Or
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Mandatory Garbage Fees


11-0524 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The
Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Garbage Service Fees And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien
And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; Or
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 68

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Delinquent Business Taxes


11-0525 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent
Business Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Business Taxes And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens, Administrative Charges And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Title 5, Chapter 5.04 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice
Of Lien And Assessment Charges To Be Turned Over To The County For Collection; Or
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Assessment Of Liens - Transient Occupancy Taxes


11-0526 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent
Transient Occupancy Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of
Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Transient Occupancy Taxes And Confirming
The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.24 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien
And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; Or
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Amicus Brief - Regulation Of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries


11-0528 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Attorney, On Behalf Of The City
Of Oakland, To Join In An Amicus (Friend Of The Court) Brief In The Pack V. City Of Long
Beach (B228781) Appeal To The California Supreme Court To Maintain A City's Ability To
Regulate Medical Cannabis Dispensaries
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Kyrha Dahan


11-0529 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Kyrha Mariah Dahan V. City Of Oakland, Et Al.,
Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG11-565182, In The Amount Of $18,500.00 As A
Result Of A Trip-And Fall Adjacent To 1615 Chestnut Street In Oakland On June 22, 2010
(Public Works Agency - Trip And Fall)
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Ida And Joe Scodella


11-0530 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Ida And Joe Scodella V. City Of Oakland, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG10552641, City Attorney's File No. 27787, In The
Amount Of Forty-Five Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($45,000.00). (Public Works - Trip
And Fall)
6/5/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 69

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Alameda County v. City of Oakland- General Parking


11-0531 Subject:
Taxes
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving Settlement Of County Of Alameda V. City
Of Oakland, City Of Oakland V. County Of Alameda (San Francisco Superior Court Case No.
CPF-11-511142, Previously Alameda Superior Court Case No. RGO9460907), By: (1)
Payment To The County Of Alameda Of 50% Of The Parking Taxes Collected At The
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (Coliseum) Pursuant To Oakland Municipal Code (OMC)
Section 4.16.030 (The 10% General Parking Taxes), Which Is $1,121,115 From July 1, 2009
Through April 30, 2012, (2) Remittance To The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority
(Coliseum Authority), On A Going-Forward, Basis As Of May 1, 2012, Of The 10% General
Parking Taxes Collected At The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, (3) Retention By The
City Of The Parking Surtax Collected At The Coliseum Pursuant To OMC Section 4.16.031
(The 8.5% Special Tax), (4) Agreement By The Parties To Work Cooperatively Through The
Coliseum Authority To Oppose Any Rent Deduction Claims By The Coliseum Authority's
Licensees, And (5) Dismissal Of The Litigation Between The City And County (Finance And
Management Agency; Parking Taxes Imposed Under OMC Chapter 4.16)
6/5/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: No

Adopted as Amended

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-24 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
6/12/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Coast Landscape Management Contract


11-0532 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To Coast Landscape Management, A Corporation, For The Maintenance Of The
Mandela Parkway Landscape In The City Of Oakland For An Annual Amount Not To Exceed
One Hundred Seven Thousand, Eight Hundred Thirty Two Dollars ($107,832.00), For The
Period Of July 1, 2012 To July 31, 2013, Per Request For Quotation 1825-02, Specification
No. 11-988-36-02, And The General Conditions Therefore On File In The Purchasing Section
According To Its Bid Filed With The City On August 3, 2011, And To Reject All Bids Received
In Response To RFQ 1825.
6/12/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Coast Landscape Management Contract
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To Coast Landscape Management, A Corporation, For The Maintenance Of The
Mandela Parkway Landscape In The City Of Oakland For An Annual Amount Not To Exceed
One Hundred Seven Thousand, Eight Hundred Thirty Two Dollars ($107,832.00), For The
Period Of July 1, 2012 To July 31, 2013, Per Request For Quotation 1825-02, Specification
No. 11-988-36-02, And The General Conditions Therefore On File In The Purchasing Section
According To Its Bid Filed With The City On August 3, 2011, And To Reject All Bids Received
In Response To RFQ 1825.
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 70

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Habitat For Humanity Housing Project


11-0533 Subject:
From:
Office Of Planning, Building And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Approving A Subdivision Improvement Agreement With Habitat For
Humanity Of The East Bay For Deferred Construction Of Public Infrastructure Improvements
For The Brookfield Court Tract No. 8056 Final Map Located At 9507 Edes Avenue
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Preservation And Rehabilitation Development Loans


11-0534 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing A Preservation And Rehabilitation Loan In An Amount Not To
Exceed $1,200,000 To Chelsea Investment Corporation For The C.L. Dellums Project
Located At 644 14th Street, And Authorizing Loan Extensions And/Or Changes In Terms For
Existing Loans For The Project
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0534-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing A Preservation And Rehabilitation Loan In An Amount Not To


Exceed $989,000 To East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation For The Madrone Hotel
Project Located At 477 8th Street, And Authorizing Loan Extensions And/Or Changes In
Terms For Existing Loans For The Project

6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0534-2 3) A Resolution Increasing The Amount Of An Affordable Housing Preservation And


Rehabilitation Loan To Dignity Housing West, Inc. For The James Lee Court Affordable
Housing Development Located At 690 15th Street By $1,105,000 For A Total Loan Amount
Of $3,501,000, And Authorizing Loan Extensions And/Or Changes In Terms For Existing
Loans For The Project

6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0534-3 4) A Resolution Authorizing A Preservation And Rehabilitation Loan In An Amount Not To


Exceed $382,000 To East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation For The Marcus
Garvey Commons Project Located At 1769 Goss Street And 1766 7th Street, And
Authorizing Loan Extensions And/Or Changes In Terms For Existing Loans For The Project

6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0534-4 5) A Resolution Authorizing A Preservation And Rehabilitation Loan In An Amount Not To


Exceed $669,000 To East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation For The Slim Jenkins
Court Project Located At 700 Willow Street, And Authorizing Loan Extensions And/Or
Changes In Terms For Existing Loans For The Project; And

6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 71

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Army Base LDDA


11-0536 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following
Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Approving Amendments To The (Former) Oakland Army Base Final Reuse
Plan Relating To A Revised Conceptual Land Use Strategy Emphasizing
Warehousing/Logistics, And Authorizing City Staff To Make Any And All Necessary
Conforming Changes Without Returning To The City Council, And;
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: No

Adopted as Amended

11-0536-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A


Memorandum Of Agreement With The East Bay Municipal Utility District And CCIG Oakland
Global, LLC, A California Limited Liability Company And/Or Oakland Bulk Oversized
Terminal, LLC, A California Limited Liability Company (Or Their Related Entities Or Affiliates)
Relating To Mutual Cooperation In The Development Of The Former Oakland Army Base In
A Form And Content Substantially In Conformance With The Attached Documents, Without
Returning To The City Council

6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: No

Adopted as Amended

11-0536-2 3) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Amended
And Restated Cost Sharing Agreement Between The Redevelopment Agency Of The City Of
Oakland (Agency) And The Port Of Oakland Pertaining To Infrastructure Improvements At
The Former Oakland Army Base, To Reflect The Transfer Of The Property From The Agency
To The City Of Oakland, To Acknowledge An Amendment To The Trade Corridor
Improvement Funds (TCIF) Baseline Agreement, To Establish Respective Roles And
Responsibilities Between The Port And City As To Grant Funding; To Identify The Funding
Sources To Match The TCIF Grant; And To Commit An Additional $22.5 Million In City Funds
To Match The TCIF Grant, In A Form And Content Substantially In Conformance With The
Attached Agreement, Without Returning To The City Council

6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: No

Adopted as Amended

Army Base LDDA


11-0536-3 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate
And Execute A Lease Disposition And Development/Billboard Franchise Agreement, Ground
Leases, Site Management Pass-Through Lease, And Related Documents (Collectively
"LDDA") Between The City Of Oakland, And Prologis CCIG Oakland Global, LLC, A
Delaware Limited Liability Company (Or Its Related Entities Or Affiliates), For The
Development Of A Mixed-Use Industrial (Warehousing And Logistics), Commercial, Including
Billboard, Maritime, Rail, And Open Space Project On Approximately 130 Acres In The
Central, East, And West Gateway Areas Of The Former Oakland Army Base ("Project"); (2)
Amending In Part The City's Employment And Contracting Programs For The Army Base
Project; And (3) Waiving The Advertising And Request For Proposal Process For A
Design-Build Contract For The Construction Of Public Improvements As Described In The
LDDA ("Public Improvements"), And Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Contract For The Design-Build Of The Public Improvements With CCIG Oakland Global,
LLC, In An Amount To Be Determined Pursuant To The Terms Of The LDDA; All Of The
Forgoing Documents To Be In A Form And Content Substantially In Conformance With The
Attached Documents, Without Returning To City Council
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 72

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: No

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Army Base LDDA


11-0536-3 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate
And Execute A Lease Disposition And Development/Billboard Franchise Agreement, Ground
Leases, Site Management Pass-Through Lease, And Related Documents (Collectively
"LDDA") Between The City Of Oakland, And Prologis CCIG Oakland Global, LLC, A
Delaware Limited Liability Company (Or Its Related Entities Or Affiliates), For The
Development Of A Mixed-Use Industrial (Warehousing And Logistics), Commercial, Including
Billboard, Maritime, Rail, And Open Space Project On Approximately 130 Acres In The
Central, East, And West Gateway Areas Of The Former Oakland Army Base ("Project"); (2)
Amending In Part The City's Employment And Contracting Programs For The Army Base
Project; And (3) Waiving The Advertising And Request For Proposal Process For A
Design-Build Contract For The Construction Of Public Improvements As Described In The
LDDA ("Public Improvements"), And Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Contract For The Design-Build Of The Public Improvements With CCIG Oakland Global,
LLC, In An Amount To Be Determined Pursuant To The Terms Of The LDDA; All Of The
Forgoing Documents To Be In A Form And Content Substantially In Conformance With The
Attached Documents, Without Returning To City Council
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Abstained

11-0536-4 5) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Cooperation
Agreement Among The City Of Oakland, Alameda County Building And Construction Trades
Council, Alameda County Central Labor Council, And Specified Oakland Community-Based
Organizations Relating To The Application Of Specified Community Benefits Regarding The
Development Of The Former Oakland Army Base, In A Form And Content Substantially In
Conformance With The Attached Documents, Without Returning To City Council

6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: No

Adopted as Amended

11-0533-1 2) A Resolution Conditionally Approving A Final Map For Brookfield Court Tract No. 8056
Located At 9507 Edes Avenue For An Affordable Housing Project For Habitat For Humanity
Of The East Bay

6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Portable Restroom Rentals


11-0537 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving A Transfer Of $2,100.00 From
Councilmember Patricia Kernighan's District Two Special Priority Funds To The Public Works
Agency For Rental Of A Portable Restroom With Damage Waiver For Madison Square Park
For Fiscal Year 2012 - 2013
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Performance Audits - Public Works And Residential Permit Parking Program


11-0539 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Auditor
Recommendation: Receive Follow-Up Reports: (1) Public Works Agency Performance Audit,
Administration Category And (2) Residential Permit Parking Program Performance Audit
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 73

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0542 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0543 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Broadway Shuttle Grant


11-0544 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate $723,000 In Metropolitan Transportation Commission Lifeline
Transportation Program Grant Funds, And Committing $723,000 In Required Matching
Funds To Fund Existing And Expanded Evening Broadway Shuttle Service For Two Years
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

National HIV Testing Day


11-0545 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nancy Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of National HIV Testing Day And
Declaring June 27, 2012, National HIV Testing Day In The City Of Oakland
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

GRM Contract Extension


11-0546 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Waive The Request For Proposal/Qualifications
Process For A Contract Extension With GRM Information Management Services ("GRM")
(Formerly SIMMBA Systems) In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Thousand Dollars
($100,000) For The Continued Retention And Offsite Storage Of City Records For The
Period October 15, 2011 Through February 15, 2013
6/26/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
GRM Contract Extension
From:
Office Of The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Waive The Request For Proposal/Qualifications
Process For A Contract Extension With GRM Information Management Services ("GRM")
(Formerly SIMMBA Systems) In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Thousand Dollars
($100,000) For The Continued Retention And Offsite Storage Of City Records For The
Period October 15, 2011 Through February 15, 2013
7/3/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board
Page 74

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Waste Recycling Amendment


11-0547 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The Third Amendment To The City's
Non-Disposal Facility Element (A Recycling Planning Document Required By The State Of
California), Which Describes And Identifies Solid Waste, Recycling, And Processing Facilities
That City Residents, Businesses And Members Of The Public Use To Reduce Materials Sent
To Landfills, To Add A New Facility
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: No

Adopted as Amended

Grade Crossing Improvement Program


11-0548 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Accept And Appropriate
Three Hundred And Fifty Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars ($357,500.00) In
Transportation Funds From The State Of California Section 130 Grade Crossing
Improvement Program For The Railroad Crossing At Broadway And Embarcadero West
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

AJW Construction Safe Routes To School Award


11-0549 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Construction Contract To AJW Construction, The Lowest Responsive/Responsible Bidder,
For The Construction Of The Safe Routes To School (SRTS), Cycle 2 Project (City Project
No. C376210) In Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications In The Amount Of
Four Hundred Fifty-Two Thousand, Seven Hundred Five Dollars And Seventy-Five Cents
($452,705.75) And In Accord With Contractor's Bid
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Fire Department EAP Contract


11-0550 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing A Two-Year Agreement With Claremont
Behavioral Services, Inc. For Employee Assistance Program And Related Services For All
Non-Sworn City Employees And The Sworn Employees Of The Oakland Fire Department In
An Amount Not-To-Exceed $291,644 ($142,997) In Contract Year 2012-13 And $148,647 In
Contract Year 2013-14), With An Option To Extend The Agreement For Non-Sworn
Employees For Six Additional Years In Two year Increments In An Amount Not-To exceed
$123,393 In Year 2014-15 Adjusted By A 4% Increase Each Year Thereafter Through 2020,
And An Option To Extend The Agreement For Fire Sworn Employees For One Additional
Year With No Increase In The Contract Amount, And Waiving The Local And Small Local
Business Enterprise Program (L/SLBE) Participation Requirements
6/26/2012

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 75

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Fire Department EAP Contract


11-0550 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing A Two-Year Agreement With Claremont
Behavioral Services, Inc. For Employee Assistance Program And Related Services For All
Non-Sworn City Employees And The Sworn Employees Of The Oakland Fire Department In
An Amount Not-To-Exceed $291,644 ($142,997) In Contract Year 2012-13 And $148,647 In
Contract Year 2013-14), With An Option To Extend The Agreement For Non-Sworn
Employees For Six Additional Years In Two year Increments In An Amount Not-To exceed
$123,393 In Year 2014-15 Adjusted By A 4% Increase Each Year Thereafter Through 2020,
And An Option To Extend The Agreement For Fire Sworn Employees For One Additional
Year With No Increase In The Contract Amount, And Waiving The Local And Small Local
Business Enterprise Program (L/SLBE) Participation Requirements
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Election Consolidation
11-0551 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Requesting Consolidation Of The City Of Oakland
General Municipal Election With The Statewide General Election To Be Held In The City Of
Oakland On Tuesday, November 6, 2012
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Subject:
Election Consolidation
From:
Office Of The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Requesting Consolidation Of The City Of Oakland
General Municipal Election With The Statewide General Election To Be Held In The City Of
Oakland On Tuesday, November 6, 2012
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Fiscal Year Appropriations Limit


11-0552 Subject:
From:
City Administrator's Budget Office
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing An Appropriations Limit For Fiscal Year
2012-2013 Pursuant To Article XIIIB Of The California Constitution
6/18/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission Appointment - Flores


11-0553 Subject:
From:
Office of the Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Mio Flores
To The Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0554 Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Krista Gulbransen As A Member Of


The Community Policing Advisory Board

6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 76

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Library Advisory Commission Appointments


11-0555 Subject:
From:
Office of the Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of David
Bolanos And Susanne M. Perkins And Reappointment Of Linda Taylor As Members Of The
Library Advisory Commission
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0556 Resolution Appointing Charlie Mintz And Marlon S. Hendrix As Members Of The Cannabis
Regulatory Commission

6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Sierra At Jack London Square Owners' Association


11-0557 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing the City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Sierra At Jack London Square Owners' Association v.
City Of Oakland, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG10520586 In The Amount of
$20,000.00 (Public Works Agency - Inverse Condemnation)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Sandhu, Tripathi, Son And Jetter


11-0558 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Paul Sandhu, Manoj Tripathi, Kyung Son And William
Jetter V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG10544928, In The
Amount Of $60,000.00 (Public Works Agency - Inverse Condemnation)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Aretha Thomas


11-0559 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Aretha Thomas V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG10540748 In The Amount Of $100,000.00 (Public Works
Agency - Trip And Fall)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Antonea Brown V. Officer S. Faleafine


11-0560 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Antonea Brown V. Officer S. Faleafine, United States
District Court Case No. CV113373JCS, City Attorney's File No. 27593, In The Amount Of
Seven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars And Zero Cents ($7,500.00). (Police Department)
6/19/2012

City of Oakland

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Page 77

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Michael And Isabel Herman


11-0561 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Michael And Isabel Herman, In The Amount Of
$12,778.32, As A Result Of Property Damage Sustained Caused By An Obstructed City
Sewer Main. (Public Works Agency)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Marisela Mendoza


11-0562 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Marisela Mendoza v. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG11586525 In The Amount Of $7,500.00 (Oakland Police
Department - Motor Vehicle Accident)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Smith


11-0563 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Resolution To Indemnify Former Oakland Police Officer Ingo Mayer For
$40,000 In Punitive Damages Awarded By The Federal Court In Smith Et Al. V. City Of
Oakland Et Al., Case No. C 07-6298 MHP, Our File No. SS25818 (Oakland Police
Department - Strip Search)
6/19/2012

Meeting of the Oakland City


Council

Voted: No

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-25 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
6/26/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

WIB Budget Adoption


11-0564 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Adopting The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Workforce
Investment Budget, And Accepting And Appropriating Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title I
Funds For Adult, Dislocated Worker, And Youth Programs In The Amount Of $5,281,625;
And 2) Authorizing Contracts With Existing Service Providers Through June 30, 2013
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

11-0548-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To Accept And Appropriate
Two Hundred And Seventy Six Thousand, One Hundred And Sixty Nine Dollars
($276,169.00) In Transportation Funds From The State Of California Section 130 Grade
Crossing Improvement Program For The Railroad Crossing At Fruitvale Avenue

7/3/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Page 78

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Housing Authority Board Appointments


11-0566 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Janny Castillo,
Marlene Hurd, Barbara Millican Montgomery And Tanya Pitts To The Oakland Housing
Authority Board
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Wildfire Prevention Board Appointments


11-0567 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Nicholas Luby And
Kenneth Thames As Members Of The Wildfire Prevention And Assessment District Advisory
Board
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Yoo


11-0568 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise
And Settle The Claim Of The Yoo Family Trust In The Amount Of $29,820.92, As A Result Of
Property Damage Sustained Caused By An Obstructed City Sewer Main. (Public Works
Agency)
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0569 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0570 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
7/3/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Page 79

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Code For America Labs - Professional Services Agreement


11-0572 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Enter Into A
Professional Service Agreement With Code For America For The Period Of January 1
Through December 31, 2013, In An Amount Not To Exceed $180,000, To Participate In The
Code For America Labs, Inc 2013 Fellowship Program 2) Waive The Competitive Request
For Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process; Effective Only If Code For America Selects
Oakland To Participate
7/10/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Code For America Labs - Professional Services Agreement
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Enter Into A
Professional Service Agreement With Code For America For The Period Of January 1
Through December 31, 2013, In An Amount Not To Exceed $180,000, To Participate In The
Code For America Labs, Inc 2013 Fellowship Program 2) Waive The Competitive Request
For Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process; Effective Only If Code For America Selects
Oakland To Participate
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Open Data System Implementation Report


11-0573 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Office Of The City
Administrator On The Cost And Benefits Of The Implementation Of An Open Data System
And The Steps Necessary To Implement And Open Data System
7/10/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
Open Data System Implementation Report
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Office Of The City
Administrator On The Cost And Benefits Of The Implementation Of An Open Data System
And The Steps Necessary To Implement And Open Data System
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 80

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

BRT Project
11-0574 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Adopt The Downtown Oakland - San Leandro
Alternative (DOSL) As The Locally Preferred Alternative For The AC Transit District's East
Bay Bus Rapid Transit Project (BRT Project); Adopt Conditions Of Approval For The DOSL
BRT Project; And, As A CEQA Responsible Agency, Adopt As Its Own Independent Findings
And Conclusions To The Attached CEQA-Related Findings Adopted By AC Transit For The
DOSL BRT Project, Including Rejections Of Alternatives As Being Infeasible, The Findings Of
Fact, Statement Of Overriding Considerations (Finding That The Benefits Of The Project
Outweigh Its Environmental Impacts), And The Mitigation Monitoring And Reporting Program
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Stop Signs And Metered Parking Installation


11-0575 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Installation Of Stop Signs On Both
Approaches Of 38th Street At Manila Avenue And Metered Parking On Both Sides Of
Piedmont Avenue Between Broadway And West Macarthur Boulevard
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Construction Contract - Flatiron West


11-0577 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For
The Seismic Retrofit Of Hegenberger Road Overhead (Project No. C347110) To Flatiron
West, Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In The Amount Of Four Million
Five Hundred Sixty-Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty-Three Dollars ($4,569,963.00) In
Accord With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's Bid
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Toyota Prius Contract - One Toyota


11-0578 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To One Toyota Of Oakland, A Corporation, To Provide Sixteen (16), 2012 Toyota
Prius Hybrid Vehicles, In An Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred Thirty-Nine Thousand,
Forty-Four Dollars And Nine Cents ($339,044.09) Per Request For Quotation (RFQ) 3571,
Specification No. 12-070-06 And The General Conditions Therefor On File In The Purchasing
Division According To Its Bid Filed With The City On May 14, 2012
7/10/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 81

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Toyota Prius Contract - One Toyota


11-0578 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To One Toyota Of Oakland, A Corporation, To Provide Sixteen (16), 2012 Toyota
Prius Hybrid Vehicles, In An Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred Thirty-Nine Thousand,
Forty-Four Dollars And Nine Cents ($339,044.09) Per Request For Quotation (RFQ) 3571,
Specification No. 12-070-06 And The General Conditions Therefor On File In The Purchasing
Division According To Its Bid Filed With The City On May 14, 2012
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

510 16th St - Conditional And Revocable Permit


11-0579 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning, Building, And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting 510 16th Street Inc. A Revocable And
Conditional Permit To Allow Existing Portions Of The Building Facade And Below-Sidewalk
Basement And Electrical Room And New Entrance Canopy For The Morgan Office Building
Located At 510 16th Street To Encroach Into The Public Right Of Way
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

609 Oak St - Conditional And Revocable Permit


11-0580 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning, Building, And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting 6th And Oak Associates LP A Revocable
And Conditional Permit To Allow A Below-Sidewalk Electrical Transformer And Vault And A
Rainwater Pipe For A New Senior Citizen Apartment Building Located At 609 Oak Street To
Encroach Into The Public Right Of Way
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Code Enforcement Liens And Fees Refund - Steven Edrington


11-0581 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning, Building, And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving A $3,902.44 Refund To Steven Edrington
Of Code Enforcement Liens And Fees Previously Assessed Against The Prior Owner For
The Rehabilitation Of A Foreclosed And Public Nuisance Home Located At 7520 Circle Hill
Drive
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Debt Management Policy


11-0583 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The City Of Oakland's Debt Management
Policy And Swap Policy For Fiscal Year 2012-2013
7/10/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee
Page 82

Continued

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Debt Management Policy


11-0583 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The City Of Oakland's Debt Management
Policy And Swap Policy For Fiscal Year 2012-2013
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Investment Policy Approval


11-0584 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The City Of Oakland Investment Policy For
Fiscal Year 2012-2013
7/10/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Investment Policy Approval
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The City Of Oakland Investment Policy For
Fiscal Year 2012-2013
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Lakeside Green Streets Project Agreement


11-0585 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Professional Services Agreement With Artist To Be Named By The Public Art Advisory
Committee For Public Art Design, Fabrication And Installation Services For The Lakeside
Green Streets Project In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
($200,000) In Measure DD Series B Bond Funds, Without Returning To City Council
7/10/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Lakeside Green Streets Project Agreement
From:
Office Of Economic And Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Professional Services Agreement With Artist To Be Named By The Public Art Advisory
Committee For Public Art Design, Fabrication And Installation Services For The Lakeside
Green Streets Project In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
($200,000) In Measure DD Series B Bond Funds, Without Returning To City Council
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 83

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

West Oakland Public Art Services Agreement


11-0586 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Professional Services Agreements With Artists To Be Named By The Public Art Advisory
Committee For Public Art Design, Fabrication And Installation Services For The New West
Oakland Teen Center Public Art Project And The Cesar Chavez Park Improvement And
Expansion Public Art Project In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Thirty-Five
Thousand Dollars ($135,000) In Proposition 84 Grant Public Art Funds, Without Returning To
City Council
7/10/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
West Oakland Public Art Services Agreement
From:
Office Of Economic And Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Professional Services Agreements With Artists To Be Named By The Public Art Advisory
Committee For Public Art Design, Fabrication And Installation Services For The New West
Oakland Teen Center Public Art Project And The Cesar Chavez Park Improvement And
Expansion Public Art Project In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Thirty-Five
Thousand Dollars ($135,000) In Proposition 84 Grant Public Art Funds, Without Returning To
City Council
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Councilmember Salary Increase


11-0587 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Irrevocably Waiving Payment Of The PublicEthics
Commission-Approved 2.1% Increase In The SalaryFor The Office Of Councilmember For
Fiscal Year 2012-2013
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 84

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Bauer Compressor Contract - Breathing Apparatus Equipment


11-0588 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: I) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds From The U.S. Department Of Homeland
Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Assistance To Firefighters
Grant (AFG) Program To The Oakland Fire Department (OFD) For The Period Of January
27, 2012 Through January 26, 2013, In The Amount Of Two Hundred Ten Thousand Six
Hundred And Forty Dollars ($210,640) And To Match Funds In The Amount Of Fifty-Two
Thousand Six Hundred And Sixty-Three Dollars ($52,663) To Upgrade The Department's
Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Equipment; 2) Authorizing The City
Administrator To Award A Contract To Bauer Compressor In An Amount Not To Exceed Two
Hundred Sixty Three Thousand And Three Hundred And Three Dollars ($263,303) For The
Purchase Of Parts Required For The Upgrade Of SCBA Equipment; And 3) Waiving The
Advertising And Competitive Bidding Requirements.
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Repealing Of Ordinance No. 4718 - Marathons


11-0589 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Kaplan And Oakland City Attorney Barbara Parker
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Repealing Ordinance No. 4718 N.S. And Section
9.08.200 Of The Oakland Municipal Code Prohibiting Marathons
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

GHAD Annual Budget Approval


11-0590 Subject:
From:
Geologic Hazard Abatement District
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The 2012/2013 Annual Budget For The
GHAD; On The July 3, 2012 City Council Agenda
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Report On City Audits


11-0592 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Ignacio De La Fuente
Recommendation: Action On A Report On All Audits Performed By The City Auditor
Including Those Required By Ordinance, Required By Ballot Measure, Required By The City
Charter, And Other Required Audits, Additionally, Include Audits And Programs Conducted
And/Or Initiated By The City Auditor's Office Including Hours And Costs (In-House And
Contracted Out) Associated With The Audits And Programs
7/10/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 85

Continued

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Report On City Audits


11-0592 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Ignacio De La Fuente
Recommendation: Action On A Report On All Audits Performed By The City Auditor
Including Those Required By Ordinance, Required By Ballot Measure, Required By The City
Charter, And Other Required Audits, Additionally, Include Audits And Programs Conducted
And/Or Initiated By The City Auditor's Office Including Hours And Costs (In-House And
Contracted Out) Associated With The Audits And Programs
9/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Report On City Audits
From:
Councilmember Ignacio De La Fuente
Recommendation: Action On A Report On All Audits Performed By The City Auditor
Including Those Required By Ordinance, Required By Ballot Measure, Required By The City
Charter, And Other Required Audits, Additionally, Include Audits And Programs Conducted
And/Or Initiated By The City Auditor's Office Including Hours And Costs (In-House And
Contracted Out) Associated With The Audits And Programs
10/23/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Report On City Audits
From:
Councilmember Ignacio De La Fuente
Recommendation: Action On A Report On All Audits Performed By The City Auditor
Including Those Required By Ordinance, Required By Ballot Measure, Required By The City
Charter, And Other Required Audits, Additionally, Include Audits And Programs Conducted
And/Or Initiated By The City Auditor's Office Including Hours And Costs (In-House And
Contracted Out) Associated With The Audits And Programs
2/26/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Urban Strategies Council Report


11-0594 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Presentation By The Urban
Strategies Council On The Newly Released Report: Who Owns Your Neighborhood - The
Role Of Investors In Post Foreclosures - Oakland
7/10/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Civil Service Board Appointment


11-0598 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of David A.
Jones To The Civil Service Board
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Measure Y Appointments
11-0599 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Reappointing Jose A. Dorado And Nyeisha Dewitt As
Members Of The Violence Prevention And Public Safety Oversight Committee
7/3/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board
Page 86

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Actions Related To The Issuance Of Pension Obligations Bonds


11-0431a Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Schaaf, Kernighan and Kaplan
Recommendation: Consideration And Action On A Motion To Direct, Among Other Things,
That 1) Quarterly Reports Regarding The Police And Fire Retirement System (PFRS)
Portfolio Status With Updates On The PFRS Board's Asset Allocation Plan, And An Annual
Report Regarding The Financial Condition Of The PFRS Fund And Tax Override Annual
Revenues And Expenditures Be Submitted To The Finance Committee, 2) A Resolution Be
Prepared And Submitted To The Council At Its June 28, 2012 Special Council Meeting
Confirming The Council's Intent To Intent To Establish A General Fund Retirement
Obligation Fund Reserve With Specific Funding Requirements For Fiscal Year 1215-16 And
2016-17 To Address Unfunded Retirement And Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB)
Liabilities To Be Voted On Prior To The Final Vote On The POB Ordinance, 3) An Unfunded
Retirement And OPEB Liability Policy Establishing Fund Ratio Triggers And Process To
Address Long-Term Unfunded Liabilities For PFRS, OPEB And Calpers And A Special Tax
Override Policy To Address Use Of Tax Override Funds That Accumulate After Debt And
ARC Obligation Are Met Be Submitted To The City Council For Adoption With The Five (5)
Year Financial Plan
7/3/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the City


Council/Geological Hazard
Abatement District Board

Voted: No

Approve as Submitted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-26 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
7/10/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Absent

Ford Truck Purchase


11-0600 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To Albany Ford, A Corporation, To Provide Four (4) 2012 Ford F350 Trucks With A
Mounted Utility Body, In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Fifty Nine Thousand Six
Hundred Twenty Nine Dollars And Seventy One Cents ($159,629.71) Per Request For
Quotation (RFQ) 3536, Specification No. 12-863-10 And The General Conditions Therefore
On File In The Purchasing Division According To Its Bid Filed With The City On April 23,
2012. These Vehicles Are For The Use Of The Public Works Agency
7/10/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Ford Truck Purchase
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To Albany Ford, A Corporation, To Provide Four (4) 2012 Ford F350 Trucks With A
Mounted Utility Body, In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Fifty Nine Thousand Six
Hundred Twenty Nine Dollars And Seventy One Cents ($159,629.71) Per Request For
Quotation (RFQ) 3536, Specification No. 12-863-10 And The General Conditions Therefore
On File In The Purchasing Division According To Its Bid Filed With The City On April 23,
2012. These Vehicles Are For The Use Of The Public Works Agency
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority
Page 87

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Alice Street Learning Center Lease Extension


11-0602 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City To Extend The Lease Term For
The Alice Street Learning Center At 250-17th Street From The East Bay Municipal Utility
District For One Year With Two One Year Renewal Options For The Initial Annual Rent Of
$102,296 Plus Estimated Cost Of Utilities, Services, And Assessments And To Accept The
$111,600.40 Payment From The Oakland Unified School District To Cover Such Costs
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Major Crimes Cold Case Unit Agreement Extension


11-0603 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Mr. Donald Williams For
The Period Of June 1, 2012 Through March 31, 2013 With Two One-Year Options To
Extend, In An Amount Not To Exceed Eighty Thousand One Hundred Twelve Dollars
($80,112) For Continued Investigative Assistance To The Oakland Police Department's
Major Crimes Cold Case Unit; And 2) Waiving The Competitive Request For
Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process, The Advertising And Bidding Requirements, And
Local And Small Business Enterprise Programs (L/SLB) Provisions For The Proposed
Professional Services Agreement With Donald Williams.
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Contract Extension - Resource Development Associates


11-0604 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A
Contract Extension Between The City Of Oakland And Resource Development Associates
("RDA") In An Amount Not To Exceed Twenty-Six Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($26,600)
For Outcome And Process Evaluation Services Of The Measure Y Violence Prevention
Programming From July 1, 2012 To October 31, 2012; And (2) Waiving The Request For
Proposals/qualifications Process For The Proposed Contract Extension With RDA
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 88

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Broadway Shuttle Expansion Agreement


11-0606 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing An Agreement With Ac Transit To
Continue Operating The City Of Oakland Broadway Shuttle For Two Additional Years, At An
Initial Cost Of $767,040 Each Year, And Authorizing The City Administrator To Increase This
Contract Amount For Expanded Shuttle Hours Or Frequency Of Service Using Any Additional
Public And Private Grants And Financial Support Secured Within The Two-Year Term Of The
Contract Without Returning To Council
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Public Art Professional Service Agreement - MacArthur Blvd


11-0607 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Professional Services Agreement With Artist To Be Named By The Public Art Advisory
Committee For Public Art Design, Fabrication And Installation Services For The Macarthur
Boulevard Streetscape Improvement Project In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred
Eighty-Five Thousand Dollars ($185,000) Funded From Joint Powers Financial Authority
Capital Projects: Series 2005 Fund, Without Returning To City Council
7/10/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Public Art Professional Service Agreement - MacArthur Blvd
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Professional Services Agreement With Artist To Be Named By The Public Art Advisory
Committee For Public Art Design, Fabrication And Installation Services For The Macarthur
Boulevard Streetscape Improvement Project In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred
Eighty-Five Thousand Dollars ($185,000) Funded From Joint Powers Financial Authority
Capital Projects: Series 2005 Fund, Without Returning To City Council
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Temescal/Telegraph BID Annual Report


11-0608 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Annual Reports Of The Temescal
Telegraph Avenue Property Business Improvement District Of 2005 And The Laurel Property
Business Improvement District Of 2005 Advisory Boards; Confirming The Continuing Annual
Assessment For Each Applicable District For Fiscal Year 2012/2013; And Authorizing
Payment Of The City's Cumulative Fiscal Year 2012/2013 Fair Share Assessment In An
Amount Not To Exceed $2,218.03 For City-Owned Property In The Temescal/Telegraph
Avenue District (APN 014 1219 003 00)
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 89

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Port Security Grant Program Administration Agreement


11-0609 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To: 1) Enter Into A Grant Administration Agreement With The Maritime Exchange Of The
San Francisco Bay Region For The Distribution Of Fiscal Year 2011 Port Security Grant
Program (PSGP) Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed Four Hundred Thousand Nine
Hundred Dollars ($400,900), 2) Accept, Appropriate, And Administer The Fiscal Year 2011
Port Security Grant Program Allocation, 3) Approve The Preliminary Spending Plan For
Fiscal Year 2011, And 4) Expend Funds In Accordance With The Preliminary Spending Plan
Without Further Council Authorization, Including Purchases In Excess Of The City
Administrator's Purchasing Authority For Equipment On The Federally Authorized Equipment
List (AEL) And Services Required By The Grant, Provided City Bidding Requirements And
Purchasing Programs/Policies Are Followed
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Lease Agreement - Western Door And Sash


11-0610 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee,
To Enter Into A Three Year Lease Agreement Western Door & Sash For The Rental Of Its
Warehouse Located At 4450 Tidewater Avenue, Oakland Ca, At A Rate Of Fourteen
Thousand Dollars ($14,000) Per Month For The Period October 1, 2012 Through September
30, 2015, With Two 1-Year Options To Extend, Using Funds Supported By The Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Urban Search And Rescue (USAR) Cooperative
Agreement For The Purpose Of Providing An Emergency Response Facility For The Oakland
FEMA USAR Task Force And Oakland Fire Department Emergency Equipment And Supplies
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

UASI Grant Administration


11-0611 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 82936 CM.S. Which
Authorized The City Administrator Or Her Designee Among Other Things, To Enter Into An
Agreement To Accept, Appropriate And Administer Fiscal Year 2009 Urban Area Security
Initiative (UASI) Grant Funds, To 1) Accept, Appropriate And Administer Supplemental Fiscal
Year 2009 UASI Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Thousand Dollars
($100,000) For A Cumulative Fiscal Year 2009 UASI Grant Award Allocation An Amount Not
To Exceed Five Million And Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,800,000) And Appropriate
Said Funds To The Oakland Fire Department's, Office Of Emergency Services (OES)
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 90

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Cityspan Agreement - Contract Management System


11-0612 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Waiving The Competitive Request For
Proposals/Qualifications Process, 2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute An
Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And Cityspan Technologies To Continue To
Provide Licensing And Hosting, Project Management And Client Support Web-Based
Contract Management Database Systems For Three Department Of Human Services
Programs: Measure Y In An Amount Not To Exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000),
Oakland Fund For Children And Youth (OFCY) In An Amount Not To Exceed Fifty Five
Thousand Dollars ($55,000), And Alameda County-Oakland Community Action Partnership
(AC-OCAP) In An Amount Not To Exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) Resulting
In A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred And Thirty Thousand Dollars
($130,000) For The Period Of July 1, 2012 To June 30, 2013, And 3) Authorizing The City
Administrator To Execute Agreements With Cityspan Technologies To Continue To Provide
Said Services For Fiscal Years 2013-2014 And 2014-2015 In An Amount Not To Exceed One
Hundred And Thirty Thousand Dollars ($130,000) Each Year, Totaling Three Hundred And
Ninety Thousand Dollars ($390,000) For The Three Fiscal Years
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

OFCY Evaluation Services - Public Profit Inc.


11-0613 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute A Professional Services Agreement With Public Profit, Inc., In An Amount Not To
Exceed $200,000 For The Term August 1, 2012 To October 31, 2013, To Provide Evaluation
Services For The Oakland Fund For Children And Youth (OFCY), With The Option To Renew
For One Additional Term Of August 1, 2013 To October 31, 2014, Up To The Same
Maximum $200,000 For The Additional Term, For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed
$400,000; On The July 10, 2012 Life Enrichment Committee Agenda
7/10/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
OFCY Evaluation Services - Public Profit Inc.
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute A Professional Services Agreement With Public Profit, Inc., In An Amount Not To
Exceed $200,000 For The Term August 1, 2012 To October 31, 2013, To Provide Evaluation
Services For The Oakland Fund For Children And Youth (OFCY), With The Option To Renew
For One Additional Term Of August 1, 2013 To October 31, 2014, Up To The Same
Maximum $200,000 For The Additional Term, For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed
$400,000; On The July 10, 2012 Life Enrichment Committee Agenda
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 91

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Matilda Cleveland Transitional Housing Facility - PATH


11-0614 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Grant Agreements With Agencies Selected Under The City Of Oakland's 2012-2014
Application Process For The Permanent Access To Housing (PATH) Strategy To Provide
Housing And Homeless Services To The Homeless (For An Allocations Amount Of Not Less
Than ($1,547,576.67); To Allocate $435,750 In Alameda County Grant Funds And City
General Purpose Funds As Match Funding For The City's Supportive Housing Programs
($2,331,862) Funded By The U.S. Department Of Housing & Urban Development (HUD);
To Allocate Up To $238,000 In Available Funds To Cover 2012-2013 Lease Costs At The
Matilda Cleveland Transitional Housing Facility, The City's Annual Obligation To The
Alameda County Everyone Home Strategy And Alameda County Homeless Management
Information System, An Agreement With Alameda County Community Food Bank For Up To
$100,000 For The City's Food Distribution Program, And Other Costs Under The City's
Hunger Program/Food Distribution; To Enter Into To An Agreement With Anka Behavioral
Health For The 2012-2013 Oakland Temporary Winter Shelter For Up To $315,243; And To
Negotiate Funding Arrangements Between Alameda County Housing Authority And/Or
Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, And/Or Social Services Agencies To Best
Leverage Funds And Resources That Will Benefit City's 2012-2013 Permanent Access To
Housing Strategy And Temporary Winter Shelter Program Participants; On The July 10, 2012
Life Enrichment Committee Agenda
7/10/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Matilda Cleveland Transitional Housing Facility - PATH
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Grant Agreements With Agencies Selected Under The City Of Oakland's 2012-2014
Application Process For The Permanent Access To Housing (PATH) Strategy To Provide
Housing And Homeless Services To The Homeless (For An Allocations Amount Of Not Less
Than ($1,547,576.67); To Allocate $435,750 In Alameda County Grant Funds And City
General Purpose Funds As Match Funding For The City's Supportive Housing Programs
($2,331,862) Funded By The U.S. Department Of Housing & Urban Development (HUD);
To Allocate Up To $238,000 In Available Funds To Cover 2012-2013 Lease Costs At The
Matilda Cleveland Transitional Housing Facility, The City's Annual Obligation To The
Alameda County Everyone Home Strategy And Alameda County Homeless Management
Information System, An Agreement With Alameda County Community Food Bank For Up To
$100,000 For The City's Food Distribution Program, And Other Costs Under The City's
Hunger Program/Food Distribution; To Enter Into To An Agreement With Anka Behavioral
Health For The 2012-2013 Oakland Temporary Winter Shelter For Up To $315,243; And To
Negotiate Funding Arrangements Between Alameda County Housing Authority And/Or
Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, And/Or Social Services Agencies To Best
Leverage Funds And Resources That Will Benefit City's 2012-2013 Permanent Access To
Housing Strategy And Temporary Winter Shelter Program Participants; On The July 10, 2012
Life Enrichment Committee Agenda
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 92

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Travel Authorization - Reid And Brooks


11-0615 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Council President Larry Reid And
Councilmember Desley Brooks To Travel To San Diego California To Attend The League Of
California Cities 2012 Annual Conference And Expo Sept. 5 - 7, 2012
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Entitlement Extensions
11-0617 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brunner And Pro Tem De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Extending Until December 31, 2013 The Expiration
Date Of Permits Issued Under The Authority Of Title 17 Of The Oakland Municipal Code
(Planning Code) And Creek Protection Permits Issued Under The Authority Of Chapter 13.16
Of The Oakland Municipal Code That Otherwise Would Expire On Or Prior To January 1,
2013 Upon Request And Payment Of Administrative Fee
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Changes To Linked Banking Survey


11-0618 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Brunner And Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Include Specific
Information In The Annual Linked Banking Survey, To Require Survey Completion To
Determine "Eligible Depositories", To Provide A Transparent Comparative Analysis Of Bank
Performance To Council By March 31, 2013, And To Return To Council With
Recommendations For Possible Changes To Update The Linked Banking Ordinance
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0577-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Up To Five
Million Seven Hundred Twelve Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-Three Dollars ($5,712,453.00)
Of Federal Highway Administration And State Proposition Ib Funds For The Seismic Retrofit
Of Hegenberger Road Overhead (Project No. C347110)

7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 93

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

OAB Jobs Policy Compliance And Enforcement


11-0620 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The Oakland Army Base Construction
Jobs Policies For Public Improvements And Vertical Construction; Establishing Weekly
Reporting Requirements For Contractors And Sub-Contractors; Authorizing The
Establishment Of A Website Which Will Post Compliance Information In Real Time; Mandate
Use Of The City's LCP Tracker Program; And Establishing Sanctions On Contractors And
Sub-Contractors For Noncompliance With Oakland's Jobs Policy
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
OAB Jobs Policy Compliance And Enforcement
From:
Councilmember Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The Oakland Army Base Construction
Jobs Policies For Public Improvements And Vertical Construction; Establishing Weekly
Reporting Requirements For Contractors And Sub-Contractors; Authorizing The
Establishment Of A Website Which Will Post Compliance Information In Real Time; Mandate
Use Of The City's LCP Tracker Program; And Establishing Sanctions On Contractors And
Sub-Contractors For Noncompliance With Oakland's Jobs Policy
10/30/2012

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Moratorium On Secondhand Jewelers Extension


11-0621 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt Extension Of
Ordinance No. 13095 C.M.S., An Interim Ordinance, Adopted As An Urgency Measure
Pursuant To California Government Code Section 65858, Establishing A Temporary
Moratorium On The Establishment Or Expansion Of Businesses Engaged In And/Or
Conducting Buying, Selling, And/Or Exchanging Old Gold, Old Silver, Platinum Or Articles Of
Platinum, Silverware, Secondhand Jewelry Or Other Precious Metals Or Stones
(Secondhand Jewelry Dealers), Through November 10, 2012 Or Whenever Permanent
Regulations Are Adopted, Whichever Occurs First
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 94

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

San Mateo FD Professional Services Agreement


11-0622 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into An
Agreement With The County Of San Mateo Under Which The City Of Oakland Will Provide
Its Fire Personnel During The Term July 1, 2013 Through June 30, 2014 In Exchange For
UASI Supplemental Grant Funding In Connection With The Northern California Regional
Intelligence Center (NCRIC) Operations, Which Is A Federal, State And Local Public Safety
Effort That Involves The Intake, Analysis, Fusion, Synthesis, And Appropriate Dissemination
Of Criminal And Homeland Security Intelligence In The Greater San Francisco Bay Area And
The Northern Coastal Counties Of California; And 2) Accept And Appropriate Federal Fiscal
Year 2012 UASI Supplemental Grant Allocations Through The San Mateo County Agreement
From July 1, 2013 Through June 30, 2014 Period For An Amount Up To Two Hundred And
Twenty Thousand Nine Hundred And Twenty Two Dollars ($220,922) For The
Reimbursement Of Oakland Fire Department Personnel Salaries And Benefits That Are
Assigned As Liaison Officer Per The County Of San Mateo NCRIC Agreement; And
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

11-0622-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into An
Agreement With The County Of San Mateo Under Which The City Of Oakland Will Provide
Its Fire Personnel During The Term July 1, 2012 Through June 30, 2013 In Exchange For
UASI Supplemental Grant Funding In Connection With The Northern California Regional
Intelligence Center (NCRIC) Operations, Which Is A Federal, State And Local Public Safety
Effort That Involves The Intake, Analysis, Fusion, Synthesis, And Appropriate Dissemination
Of Criminal And Homeland Security Intelligence In The Greater San Francisco Bay Area And
The Northern Coastal Counties Of California; And 2) Accept And Appropriate Federal Fiscal
Year 2011 UASI Supplemental Grant Allocations Through The San Mateo County Agreement
From July 1, 2012 Through June 30, 2013 Period For An Amount Up To Two Hundred And
Twenty Thousand Nine Hundred And Twenty Two Dollars ($220,922) For The
Reimbursement Of Oakland Fire Department Personnel Salaries And Benefits That Are
Assigned As Liaison Officer Per The County Of San Mateo NCRIC Agreement

7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 95

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

UASI Grant Spending Plan Administration


11-0623 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into Urban
Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Administration Agreement With The City And County Of
San Francisco To Accept And Appropriate Up To One Million Two Hundred Dollars
($1,200,000) In Fiscal Year 2013 UASI Grant Funding; And 2) Administer The Fy 2011 UASI
Grant And All Programs Included As Part Of The Grant Performance And Requirements In
Accordance To The Preliminary Spending Plan Including Purchases Of Equipment And
Services In Excess Of Her Purchasing Authority Without Further Council Review And Action
For Equipment That Is On The Federally Authorized Equipment List (AEL) And Services
Required By The Grant Provided That The City Bidding Requirements, Contracts And
Purchasing Programs/Policies Are Followed; And 3) Waive The City Of Oakland Central
Services Overhead (CSO) Fees Of Thirty Thousand Five Hundred And Fifty Dollars
($30,550) Affiliated With The Fy2011 UASI Grant; And
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

11-0623-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into Urban
Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Administration Agreement With The City And County Of
San Francisco To Accept And Appropriate Up To One Million Two Hundred Dollars
($1,200,000) In Fiscal Year 2012 UASI Grant Funding; And 2) Administer The Fy 2012 UASI
Grant And All Programs Included As Part Of The Grant Performance And Requirements In
Accordance To The Preliminary Spending Plan Including Purchases Of Equipment And
Services In Excess Of Her Purchasing Authority Without Further Council Review And Action
For Equipment That Is On The Federally Authorized Equipment List (AEL) And Services
Required By The Grant Provided That The City Bidding Requirements, Contracts And
Purchasing Programs/Policies Are Followed; And 3) Waive The City Of Oakland Central
Services Overhead (CSO) Fees Thirty Thousand Five Hundred And Fifty Dollars ($30,550)
Affiliated With The Fy2012 UASI Grant.

7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Netfile Contract
11-0625 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Advertising And Competitive Bidding
Requirements Of The Oakland Municipal Code And Authorizing The City Administrator To
Contract With Netfile For Host-Site Software Filing System Service For A Three-Year Term
In A Compensation Amount Of $102,000.00 (One Hundred Two Thousand Dollars) Plus Two
(2) One-Year Options To Renew The Contract At The City's Sole Discretion At An Annual
Contract Compensation Rate Of $34,000.00 With An Annual Increase Of Up To Five Percent
(5%) Of The Annual Compensation Amount (Or $71,400.00 Total For The Two Option Years
If Exercised By The City) For A Grand Total Not-To-Exceed Contract Amount Of One
Hundred Seventy-Three Thousand, Four Hundred Dollars ($173,400.00); On The July 10,
2012 Finance And Management Committee Agenda
7/10/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 96

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Netfile Contract
11-0625 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Advertising And Competitive Bidding
Requirements Of The Oakland Municipal Code And Authorizing The City Administrator To
Contract With Netfile For Host-Site Software Filing System Service For A Three-Year Term
In A Compensation Amount Of $102,000.00 (One Hundred Two Thousand Dollars) Plus Two
(2) One-Year Options To Renew The Contract At The City's Sole Discretion At An Annual
Contract Compensation Rate Of $34,000.00 With An Annual Increase Of Up To Five Percent
(5%) Of The Annual Compensation Amount (Or $71,400.00 Total For The Two Option Years
If Exercised By The City) For A Grand Total Not-To-Exceed Contract Amount Of One
Hundred Seventy-Three Thousand, Four Hundred Dollars ($173,400.00); On The July 10,
2012 Finance And Management Committee Agenda
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

WestEd Professional Services Agreement


11-0626 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Waiving The Competitive Request For
Proposal/Qualifications Process, And 2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A
Professional Services Agreement With WestEd For Specialized Training & Technical
Assistance For Head Start Staff On The Social And Emotional Foundations Of Early Learning
In Amounts Not To Exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) For Fiscal Year 2012-2013 And
Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 For A Total Amount Not To
Exceed $100,000, Contingent Upon Receipt Of Grant Funding; On The July 10, 2012 Life
Enrichment Committee Agenda
7/10/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
WestEd Professional Services Agreement
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Waiving The Competitive Request For
Proposal/Qualifications Process, And 2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A
Professional Services Agreement With WestEd For Specialized Training & Technical
Assistance For Head Start Staff On The Social And Emotional Foundations Of Early Learning
In Amounts Not To Exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) For Fiscal Year 2012-2013 And
Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 For A Total Amount Not To
Exceed $100,000, Contingent Upon Receipt Of Grant Funding; On The July 10, 2012 Life
Enrichment Committee Agenda
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 97

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Wildfire Preservation Board Appointments


11-0627 Subject:
From:
Office of the Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Barry Pilger And Barbara G. Goldenberg
And Reappointing Robert Sieben, M.D., Diane Hill, Donald J. Mitchell And Dinah Benson As
Members Of The Wildfire Prevention And Assessment District Advisory Board
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Civil Service Board Appointment


11-0628 Subject:
From:
Office of the Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Amy V.
Dunning To The Civil Service Board
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Commission on Person With Disabilities Appointment


11-0629 Subject:
From:
Office of the Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Leticia
Escalera To The Commission On Persons With Disabilities
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Budget Advisory Committee Appointment


11-0630 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Kim McCoy
Wade To The Budget Advisory Committee
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Planning Commission Appointments


11-0631 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Vien V.
Troung And Appointment Of Michael B. Coleman And Jim Moore To The City Planning
Commission
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 98

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Mellion


11-0633 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Rose Mellion, Et Al. V. City Of Oakland, Et Al.,
Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG11-555270, In The Amount Of $45,000.00 As A
Result Of A Tree Limb Falling On Plaintiffs Adjacent To 1710 34th Avenue In Oakland On
August 14, 2009 (Public Works Agency - Tree Division)
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


11-0634 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


11-0635 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Approving Submission Of The ROPS To Oversight Board


11-0636 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Successor Agency Resolution Approving The Submission Of A
Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule And Successor Agency Administrative Budget For
January Through June 2013 To The Oakland Oversight Board, The County, And The State
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 99

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Shields


11-0637 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Larry W. And Crystal Shields In The Amount Of
$21,790.00, As A Result Of Property Damage Sustained Caused By An Obstructed City
Sewer Main. (Public Works Agency)
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sunfield Development DDA


11-0638 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Successor Agency Resolution Authorizing The Oakland
Redevelopment Successor Agency To Enter Into A Disposition And Development Agreement
With The City Of Oakland And Sunfield Development, LLC. For The Sale Of Property At
Foothill Boulevard And Seminary Avenue For No Less Than $6,000 For Development As A
Retail Shopping Center. And Authorizing An Agreement With The City Of Oakland To
Provide $150,000 For Remediation Of The Site
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Lakeshore/Lake Park Business Improvement Plan


11-0414-1 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Establishing The Lakeshore/Lake Park Business Improvement Management District Of 2012,
Approving The Management Plan, Directing Filing Of The Proposed Assessment District
Boundary Description, Making A Determination With Regard To The Majority Protest
Procedure For Approval Of The Proposed Assessments; And Approving The Assessments
For The District
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Establishing The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency


11-0640 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1. A Resolution Establishing The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency As The
Successor Agency To The Redevelopment Agency Of The City Of Oakland And Providing
For Its Governance; And
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 100

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


11-0640-1 2. A Successor Agency Resolution Establishing The Oakland Redevelopment Successor
Agency, Designating Officers, And Adopting Administrative, Governance, And Operating
Rules

7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - To
11-0641 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim of Odelia To, In The Amount Of $10,000.00, As A Result
Of An Automobile Collision Property Damage Sustained Caused By An Obstructed City
Sewer Main. (Oakland Police Department)
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Thomas


11-0642 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Claud Thomas v. City Of Oakland, et al, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG11-566927, In The Amount of $8,000.00 As A Result Of
A Fall At The Arroyo Viejo Community Park In Oakland On April 5, 2010 (Parks & Recreation
- Dangerous Condition Of Public Property)
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Ordinance 13008 C.M.S Amendment - One Time Funds Use


11-0643 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13008 C.M.S., Which
Amended Council's General Purpose Fund (GPF) Financial Policies To Require That Council
Identify Funding Sources And Fully Approve Funding Prior To Any Council Action That Has A
Fiscal/Cost Impact, Adjust The Budget As Necessary To Maintain A Balanced Budget And
Otherwise Set Forth The GPF Policy In Full, To Revise Current Council Fiscal Policy Set
Forth In Ordinance No. 13008 C.M.S. For Use Of One Time Revenues
7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 101

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Ordinance 13008 C.M.S Amendment - One Time Funds Use


11-0643 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13008 C.M.S., Which
Amended Council's General Purpose Fund (GPF) Financial Policies To Require That Council
Identify Funding Sources And Fully Approve Funding Prior To Any Council Action That Has A
Fiscal/Cost Impact, Adjust The Budget As Necessary To Maintain A Balanced Budget And
Otherwise Set Forth The GPF Policy In Full, To Revise Current Council Fiscal Policy Set
Forth In Ordinance No. 13008 C.M.S. For Use Of One Time Revenues
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Honoring Rev. Wortham Fears


11-0644 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tem De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Rev. Wortham Fears On His Receiving The
Congressional Medal Of Honor For His Service As A Montford Point United States Marine
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Board Of Port Commissioners Appointments


11-0645 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of James
Head, Appointment Of Bryan R. Parker And Appointment Of Cestra 'Ces' Butner To The
Board Of Port Commissioners
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: No

Not Adopted

Limited Obligation Refunding Improvement Bonds


11-0647 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Of Intention To Levy Reassessments And To Issue Refunding Bonds Upon
The Security Thereof
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0647-1 2) A Resolution Adopting Reassessment Report, Confirming And Ordering The


Reassessment Pursuant To Summary Proceedings And Directing Actions With Respect
Thereto

7/17/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 102

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


11-0647-2 3) A Resolution Authorizing The Issuance Of Refunding Bonds, Approving And Directing The
Execution Of A Fiscal Agent Agreement, A Bond Purchase Agreement And An Escrow
Deposit And Trust Agreement, Authorizing Sale Of Bonds, Approving And Authorizing
Distribution Of An Official Statement, And Authorizing Other Related Documents And Actions
With Respect Thereto

7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

11-0647-3 4) A Joint Powers Financing Authority Resolution Authorizing Execution And Delivery Of An
Escrow Deposit And Trust Agreement, And Approving Related Agreements And Actions

7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Central District Pass Through Payment


11-0648 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Ratifying Receipt And Electing To Receive A Portion
Of The Tax Increments From The Central District Redevelopment Project Area
7/17/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Appointment To The Board Of Port Commissioners


11-0649 Subject:
From:
Vice-Mayor Nadel and Councilmembers Kernighan and Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Bryan R.
Parker And Cestra 'CES' Butner To The Board Of Port Commissioners
7/26/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Gallagher And Burk, Inc Construction Contract


12-0009 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: Awarding A Construction Contract To Gallagher &
Burke, Inc, The Lowest Responsible, Responsive Bidder, In Accord With Plans And
Specifications For Citywide Street Rehabilitation And Reconstruction Phase II Project No.
C369630 And Contractor's Bid Therefor, In The Amount Of Six Million, Five Hundred
Eighty-Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Eighty-Seven Dollars ($6,587,587.00)
10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 103

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

East 14th Affordable Housing Project


12-0011 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending A $1,517,000 Loan To East 14th Street
Housing Associates For The Hismen Hin-Nu Terrace Affordable Housing Project To 1)
Extend The Maturity Date From June 7, 2019 To June 7, 2043, 2) Convert The Loan Into A
Residual Receipts Loan, And 3) Reduce The Interest Rate From 6% To 3%
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Artist Selection Process


12-0007 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Artist Selection Process, Award
And Project Status Of Four Pending Public Art Projects For The City Of Oakland Approved
By City Council On July 17, 2012
9/11/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Weatherization Assistance Program


12-0012 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 82636 C.M.S. To Authorize
The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Additional Grant Funds From The
American Recovery And Reinvestment Act Of 2009 ("ARRA") In The Amount Of $45,000
From The California Community Services And Development Department's Weatherization
Assistance Program To Provide Weatherization Services To Low-Income Residents Of
Alameda County, And To Authorize An Increase Of Up To $100,000 In The Amount Of The
Subcontract With The County Of Alameda For Eligible Weatherization Assistance Program
Activities
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Army Base Residency Definition


12-0008 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Changing The Definition Of "Resident" In The Army
Base Community Jobs Policy To Mean An Individual Domiciled In The City For At Least Six
Months And Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And, If Necessary, Execute
Amendments To All Relevant Army Base Development Agreements To Effectuate This
Change In Definition Of "Resident"
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Professional Services Agreement Davillier-Sloan, Inc.


12-0010 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Professional Services Agreement With Davillier Sloan, Inc. To Advise On And Facilitate The
Development Of A Comprehensive Community Benefits Program For The Oakland Army
Base, In An Amount Not-To-Exceed $95,000
10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 104

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Support Of Senate Bill 1172


12-0017 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tem Ignacio De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Supporting Senate Bill 1172 (LIEU) Limiting Sexual
Orientation Conversion "Treatment" Which Would Prohibit A Psychotherapist From Engaging
In Sexual Orientation Change Efforts With A Minor Patient, Regardless Of A Parent's
Willingness Or Desire To Authorize Such "Treatments."
9/13/2012

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Support Of Senate Bill 1172
From:
President Pro Tem Ignacio De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Supporting Senate Bill 1172 (LIEU) Limiting Sexual
Orientation Conversion "Treatment" Which Would Prohibit A Psychotherapist From Engaging
In Sexual Orientation Change Efforts With A Minor Patient, Regardless Of A Parent's
Willingness Or Desire To Authorize Such "Treatments."
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes


12-0014 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent Real
Property Transfer Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of
Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And
Confirming The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As
Necessary - Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The
Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For
Collection; Or
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Mandatory Garbage Fees


12-0015 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The
Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Garbage Service Fees And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien
And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; Or
10/16/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 105

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Assessment Of Liens - Transient Occupancy Taxes


12-0016 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent
Transient Occupancy Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of
Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Transient Occupancy Taxes And Confirming
The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.24 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing
The Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector
For Collection; Or
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

DNA Backlog Reduction Grant Program


12-0005 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Enter Into A
Grant Administration Agreement With The U.S. Department Of Justice, National Institute Of
Justice (USDOJ/NIJ) For Distribution Of Fiscal Year 2012 Forensic Casework DNA Backlog
Reduction Grant Program Funds; 2) Accept And Appropriate USDOJ/NIJ Grant Funds In An
Amount Not To Exceed Four Hundred And Eight Thousand Two Hundred And Ninety Five
Dollars ($408,295.00) For Implementation Of The Fiscal Year 2012 Forensic Casework DNA
Backlog Reduction Grant Program In The Police Department For The Period Of October 1,
2012 Through March 31, 2014;3) Enter Into Contracts For The Purchase Of DNA Typing
Supplies With The Following Vendors: Life Technologies In The Amount Of Fifteen
Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($15,600.00); VWR/Fisher In The Amount Of Two Thousand
Three Hundred Seventy Dollars ($2,370.00), Qiagen/Aurora In The Amount Of Twelve
Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($12,700.00), And Promega In The Amount Of Eight
Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($8,700.00); 4) Waive The Advertising And Competitive
Bidding Requirements For The Purchases Of DNA Typing Supplies In The Proposed
Contracts With Life Technologies, VWR/Fisher, Qiagen/Aurora And Promega
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Federal Emergency Management Agency Grant


12-0002 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Grant Cooperative Agreement With The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
To Accept And Appropriate Fiscal Year 2012 Urban Search And Rescue (US&R)Grant Funds
In The Amount Of One Million Two Hundred Sixty-One Thousand One Hundred Eight Dollars
($1,261,108) To The Oakland Fire Department For The Period August 1, 2012 Through
January 31, 2014; 2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Expend Funds In Accordance
With The Preliminary Spending Plan Without Further City Council Approval, Including The
Purchase Of US&R Equipment From The General Services Administration Agency And
Other Government Pricing Schedules; 3)Waiving The City's Advertising And Competitive
Bidding Requirements For The Purchase Of The US&R Equipment; And 4) Approving Travel
For City Personnel Who Provide Services Under The FEMA Grant And Cooperative
Agreement On Short Notice Without Further Council Authorization
10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 106

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Early Head Start Food Services Agreement


12-0006 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland 1) To Enter Into Professional Services Agreements With The Following Food
Vendors: Sysco San Francisco Inc., In An Amount Not To Exceed $165,000; Allied Pringle
Food Sales Company In An Amount Not To Exceed $80,000; And Le Blanc Dairy In An
Amount Not To Exceed $80,000 For The Provision Of Food And Food Related Commodities
For The City Of Oakland ECEAD Start/Early Head Start Program, In A Combined Amount
Not To Exceed The Total Annual Food Budget Of $325,000 Covering The 2012-2013
Program Year; 2) With An Option For Two Additional One Year Extensions Of The Same
Individual Contract Amounts Not To Exceed The Total Annual Food Budget Of $325,000
Each Year Covering The 2013-2014 And 2014-2015 Program Years, With The Combined
Amounts Of Years 2012-2013, 2013- 2014, And 2014-2015 Not To Exceed The Overall Total
Food Budget Of $975,000, Based On Performance And Contingent On The City Of Oakland
Being In Receipt Of Funds From The U.S. Department Of Agriculture/Child And Adult Care
Food Program (USDA/CACFP); And 3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Select Another
Qualified Bidder(s) From The Request For Proposal Process If The Above Named Vendors
Are Not Able To Provide The Food Item Needed In The Necessary Timeframe Without
Returning To Council
9/11/2012

*Life Enrichment Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Early Head Start Food Services Agreement
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland 1) To Enter Into Professional Services Agreements With The Following Food
Vendors: Sysco San Francisco Inc., In An Amount Not To Exceed $165,000; Allied Pringle
Food Sales Company In An Amount Not To Exceed $80,000; And Le Blanc Dairy In An
Amount Not To Exceed $80,000 For The Provision Of Food And Food Related Commodities
For The City Of Oakland ECEAD Start/Early Head Start Program, In A Combined Amount
Not To Exceed The Total Annual Food Budget Of $325,000 Covering The 2012-2013
Program Year; 2) With An Option For Two Additional One Year Extensions Of The Same
Individual Contract Amounts Not To Exceed The Total Annual Food Budget Of $325,000
Each Year Covering The 2013-2014 And 2014-2015 Program Years, With The Combined
Amounts Of Years 2012-2013, 2013- 2014, And 2014-2015 Not To Exceed The Overall Total
Food Budget Of $975,000, Based On Performance And Contingent On The City Of Oakland
Being In Receipt Of Funds From The U.S. Department Of Agriculture/Child And Adult Care
Food Program (USDA/CACFP); And 3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Select Another
Qualified Bidder(s) From The Request For Proposal Process If The Above Named Vendors
Are Not Able To Provide The Food Item Needed In The Necessary Timeframe Without
Returning To Council
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Infrastructure Report
12-0013 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Infrastructure Report: Vehicle And Equipment Fleet
9/11/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Page 107

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

AMPCO System Settlement


12-0001 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving Settlement Of City Of Oakland V. ABM
Industries, Inc./AMPCO System Parking; AMPCO System Parking V. City Of Oakland, By
And Through Its Board Of Port Commissioners (Alameda Superior Court Case No.
RG10538457) By: (1) A Commitment By ABM, AMPCO And The Board Of Port
Commissioners That The Operator Of The AMPCO Truck Parking Lot At The Port Will
Comply With The City's Parking Tax Ordinance, Oakland Muni. Code (OMC) Chapter 4.16;
(2) Acknowledgement By The Port Of The Applicability Of The Parking Tax Ordinance In
Port-Related Areas Except Where The City Has Determined That The Ordinance Does Not
Apply; (3) Payment To The City Of $800,000; (4) Mutual Waivers; And (5) Dismissal Of The
Litigation (Finance And Management Agency; Parking Taxes Imposed Under OMC Chapter
4.16)
8/30/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Macias Gini And O'Connell, LLP Contract Amendment


11-0670 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Successor Agency Resolution Amending Redevelopment
Agency Resolution No. 2010-0048 C.M.S., Which Authorized A Contract With Macias Gini, &
O'Connell, LLP, For Audit Services In An Amount Not To Exceed $464,467, To Increase The
Contract By An Amount Not To Exceed $100,000 To Provide Due Diligence Asset Review
Services As Required By Health & Safety Code Section 34179.5, And Other Audit Services,
And Waiving Competitive Requirements For Such Services
9/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Macias Gini And O'Connell, LLP Contract Amendment
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Successor Agency Resolution Amending Redevelopment
Agency Resolution No. 2010-0048 C.M.S., Which Authorized A Contract With Macias Gini, &
O'Connell, LLP, For Audit Services In An Amount Not To Exceed $464,467, To Increase The
Contract By An Amount Not To Exceed $100,000 To Provide Due Diligence Asset Review
Services As Required By Health & Safety Code Section 34179.5, And Other Audit Services,
And Waiving Competitive Requirements For Such Services
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Debt And Swap Management Policy


11-0583-1 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending And Adopting The City Of Oakland's Debt
Management Policy And The Swap Policy, And Requiring Approval Of Swaps By Council On
A Case-By-Case Basis [Or Prohibiting Use Of Swaps In Future City Financings.]
9/25/2012

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 108

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Debt And Swap Management Policy


11-0583-1 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending And Adopting The City Of Oakland's Debt
Management Policy And The Swap Policy, And Requiring Approval Of Swaps By Council On
A Case-By-Case Basis [Or Prohibiting Use Of Swaps In Future City Financings.]
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Cash Management Report


12-0019 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended June 30,
2012
9/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Cash Management Report
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended June 30,
2012
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Four Bridges Construction Project


12-0020 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For
Preventive Maintenance Of East 8th Street Bridge (Project No. G427030) To American Civil
Constructors West Coast Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In The
Amount Of Three Hundred Fifty Nine Thousand, Four Hundred And Eighty Dollars
($359,480.00) In Accord With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's Bid
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0020-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For
Preventive Maintenance Of Hegenberger Road Bridge (Project No. G427020) To American
Civil Constructors West Coast Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In The
Amount Of Three Hundred Twelve Thousand Nine Hundred And Fifty-Five Dollars
($312,955.00) In Accord With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's
Bid; And

10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 109

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0020-2 3) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For
Preventive Maintenance Of Oakport Street Bridge (Project No. G427040) To American Civil
Constructors West Coast Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In The
Amount Of Seventy Nine Thousand, Four Hundred And Seventy Dollars ($79,470.00) In
Accord With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's Bid; And

10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0020-3 4) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For
The Preventive Maintenance Of West Grand Avenue Bridge (Project No. G427010) To
American Civil Constructors West Coast Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible
Bidder, In The Amount Of Five Hundred Seventy Thousand Six Hundred And Twenty-Five
Dollars ($570,625.00) In Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And The
Contractor's Bid

10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Tree Appeal
12-0021 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Denying The Appeal Filed By Ernest And Okhoo Hanes And Mary McCallister Against The
Decision Of The Public Works Agency Approving The Removal Of Fifteen (15) Trees, To
Remove The Tops Of Twenty One (21) Trees And To Preserve Forty Two (42) Trees On City
Lots Adjacent To 6807 Wilton Drive To Resolve A View Claim From Phyllis Bishop
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-27 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
9/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Grand Jury Response


12-0022 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Receive A Report From The Office Of Chief Of Police Providing
Response To The Alameda County Grand Jury Report On Crime Labs In Alameda County
10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 110

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

PFRS Board Appointment - Wilkinson


12-0026 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of R. Steven
Wilkinson As A Member Of The Police And Fire Retirement Board
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Library Advisory Commission Appointment - O'Neal


12-0027 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Kathryn
O'Neal As A Member Of The Library Advisory Commission
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Port Commissioner Reappointment - Head


12-0028 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of James
W. Head To The Board Of Port Commissioners
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Commission On Persons With Disabilities Appointments


12-0029 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Stephen
Beard, Amy Burns, Michelle R. Hernandez, Marlene C. Hurd And Denise Sherer Jacobson
To The Commission On Persons With Disabilities [NEW TITLE]
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Community Development Block Grant District Boards


12-0030 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Authorizing The City Administrator To Restructure The Community Development Block Grant
District Boards; And Rescinding Any Inconsistent Provisions Of Resolutions No. 76276 And
78102
11/13/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 111

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Shotspotter, Inc., Detection System


12-0032 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Shotspotter, Inc. For The
Period Of September 1, 2012 Through August 31, 2013 In An Amount Not To Exceed
Three-Hundred And Forty-Eight Thousand Dollars ($348,000) For An Expansion In Service
Area Coverage Of The Shotspotter Gunshot Detection System; And 2) Waiving The
Competitive Request For Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process, The Advertising And
Bidding Requirements, And Local And Small Business Enterprise Programs (L/SLB)
Provisions For The Proposed Professional Services Agreement With Shotspotter, Inc.
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Ray's Electrical Contract


12-0033 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract To
Ray's Electric, The Lowest Responsible And Responsive Bidder, For Countdown PED Heads
(Project No. C316230) Under 2007-2009 Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
Cycle 2 In Accordance With Project Plans, Specifications, Federal Requirements, And
Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Forty Five Thousand Three Hundred And Ninety Dollars
($45,390.00); And
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0033-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract To


Ray's Electric, The Lowest Responsible And Responsive Bidder, For Left Turn Phasing
(Project No. C316220) Under 2007-2009 Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
Cycle 2 In Accordance With Project Plans, Specifications, Federal Requirements, And
Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Two Hundred Thirty Nine Thousand And Twenty Seven
Dollars ($239,027.00)

10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

R3 Consulting Group Agreement Amendment


12-0034 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend An
Agreement With R3 Consulting Group To Provide Zero Waste System Technical Assistance
Services Increasing The Amount Not To Exceed By Six Hundred Thousand Dollars
($600,000.00) For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed One Million One Hundred
Thousand Dollars ($1,100,000.00) And Waiving The Advertising And Competitive Request
For Proposal/Qualification Requirements
10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 112

Adopted

Voted: Absent

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File Number Title

Andes Construction, Inc., Contract


12-0035 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: Awarding A Construction Contract To Andes
Construction, Inc., The Lowest Responsible, Responsive Bidder, For The Rehabilitation Of
Sanitary Sewers In The Area Bounded By Macarthur Boulevard, Coolidge Avenue, Coolidge
Terrace And Laguna Avenue (Sub-Basin 80-113 - Project No. C312410) In Accord With
Plans And Specifications For The Project And Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Two Million
Nine Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($2,975,000.00)
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

PEG Distribution
12-0036 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Appropriating $ 1.6 Million For Fiscal Years
2008-2009 And 2009-2010, And Approximately $3.5 Million Total Estimated For Fiscal Years
2012-2013 Through 2016-2017, From Funds Paid By Cable And Video Franchise Holders
Comcast And AT&T, ("PEG Funds"), For The Capital Expenses Of Public, Education, And
Government ("PEG") Cable Television Channels Operating In The City Of Oakland; (2)
Authorizing Apportionment Of Equal Shares Of The PEG Funds To PEG Channels Of The
City Of Oakland ("KTOP"), Of The Oakland Unified School District ("KDOL"), And Of The
Peralta Community College ("Peralta TV") For Their PEG Channel Cable And Video
Television Facilities, Subject To Equal Reapportionment In Fiscal Years When There Are
Fewer Or More PEG Channels Operating In Oakland; And (3) Authorizing The City
Administrator To Execute Memoranda Of Understanding To Effectuate The Distribution Of
Said Funds
9/25/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
PEG Distribution
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Appropriating $ 1.6 Million For Fiscal Years
2008-2009 And 2009-2010, And Approximately $3.5 Million Total Estimated For Fiscal Years
2012-2013 Through 2016-2017, From Funds Paid By Cable And Video Franchise Holders
Comcast And AT&T, ("PEG Funds"), For The Capital Expenses Of Public, Education, And
Government ("PEG") Cable Television Channels Operating In The City Of Oakland; (2)
Authorizing Apportionment Of Equal Shares Of The PEG Funds To PEG Channels Of The
City Of Oakland ("KTOP"), Of The Oakland Unified School District ("KDOL"), And Of The
Peralta Community College ("Peralta TV") For Their PEG Channel Cable And Video
Television Facilities, Subject To Equal Reapportionment In Fiscal Years When There Are
Fewer Or More PEG Channels Operating In Oakland; And (3) Authorizing The City
Administrator To Execute Memoranda Of Understanding To Effectuate The Distribution Of
Said Funds
10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 113

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

SAFER Grant
12-0037 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into An
Agreement With The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) To Accept,
Appropriate, And Administer Grant Funds In The Amount Of Three Hundred Seven
Thousand Two Hundred Twenty Four Dollars ($307,224) From The Federal Emergency
Management Agency Staffing For Adequate Fire Emergency Response Grant Program
(SAFER) To The Oakland Fire Department To Fund One Firefighter For The Period Of July
31, 2011 Through July 30, 2013
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Secondhand Jewelry Regulations


12-0038 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code (OMC) Chapter 5.46 To Establish New
Regulations For Secondhand Jewelry Dealers In The Following Areas: (1) Permitting; (2)
Operating Standards; And (3) Regulatory Enforcement Actions; And
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Secondhand Jewelry Regulations
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code (OMC) Chapter 5.46 To Establish New
Regulations For Secondhand Jewelry Dealers In The Following Areas: (1) Permitting; (2)
Operating Standards; And (3) Regulatory Enforcement Actions; And
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

12-0038-1 2) An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master Fee Schedule, As
Amended, To Establish Or Modify Fees Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator
To Businesses Conducting Activities As Secondhand Jewelry Dealers, Secondhand Dealers,
And Exchange Dealers Pursuant To Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 5.46

10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

2) An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master Fee Schedule, As
Amended, To Establish Or Modify Fees Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator
To Businesses Conducting Activities As Secondhand Jewelry Dealers, Secondhand Dealers,
And Exchange Dealers Pursuant To Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 5.46
10/16/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 114

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Municipal Identification Agreement


12-0039 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A City Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A Licensing Agreement
With SF Global To Provide Official City Of Oakland Municipal Identification And Debit Cards
To Oakland Residents; And
9/25/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Municipal Identification Agreement
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A City Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A Licensing Agreement
With SF Global To Provide Official City Of Oakland Municipal Identification And Debit Cards
To Oakland Residents; And
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Municipal Identification Agreement


12-0039-2 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master
Fee Schedule, As Amended, To Establish Or Modify Fees Assessed By The Office Of The
City Administrator To Establish A Municipal Identification Application Fee For Identifications
Issued Pursuant To Chapter 2.34
9/25/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Municipal Identification Agreement
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master
Fee Schedule, As Amended, To Establish Or Modify Fees Assessed By The Office Of The
City Administrator To Establish A Municipal Identification Application Fee For Identifications
Issued Pursuant To Chapter 2.34
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Municipal Identification Agreement
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master
Fee Schedule, As Amended, To Establish Or Modify Fees Assessed By The Office Of The
City Administrator To Establish A Municipal Identification Application Fee For Identifications
Issued Pursuant To Chapter 2.34
10/16/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 115

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Pilot Lien Program


12-0043 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Potential Removal Of Liens On 75
Properties To Facilitate The Sale Of These Properties In The Alameda County Auction
Program
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Hydraulic Fracturing Moratorium


12-0045 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nancy Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Requesting The Governor And The State Of
California's Division Of Oil, Gas And Geothermal Resources ("DOGGR") To Move Swiftly To
Place A Moratorium On Hydraulic Fracturing And On The Disposal Of Fracking Wastewater
By Injection Wells Until The DOGGR, In Conjunction With State And Local Authorities,
Makes A Determination That Such Processes Are Safe For Public Health, For The State's
Water Supply, And For The Environment
10/11/2012

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Scheduled

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
Hydraulic Fracturing Moratorium
From:
Vice Mayor Nancy Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Requesting The Governor And The State Of
California's Division Of Oil, Gas And Geothermal Resources ("DOGGR") To Move Swiftly To
Place A Moratorium On Hydraulic Fracturing And On The Disposal Of Fracking Wastewater
By Injection Wells Until The DOGGR, In Conjunction With State And Local Authorities,
Makes A Determination That Such Processes Are Safe For Public Health, For The State's
Water Supply, And For The Environment
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Port Of Oakland's Budget Report


12-0046 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nadel
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Port Of Oakland's Budget And
Disposition Of Any Surplus
10/23/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Ratifying Action Of Council Recess


12-0048 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Ratifying Action Taken By The Mayor During The
Oakland City Council 2012 Annual Recess In Conformance With The Council's Rules Of
Procedure Codified In Resolution No. 82580 C.M.S., Passed March 9, 2010
10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 116

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Local Housing Trust Fund Program


12-0050 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution Nos. 81782 C.M.S. And
2009-0006 C.M.S., Under Which The City And Redevelopment Agency Accepted Up To
$2,000,000 From The California Department Of Housing And Community Development's
Local Housing Trust Fund Program, To Modify The Relative Portions Of The Required City
Matching Funds Coming From The First Time Homebuyer Program And The Affordable
Rental And Ownership Development Program
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-28 Subject:
From:
Office Of Budget
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
9/25/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Goldman Sachs Swap Agreement Termination


11-0424-1 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Terminate The City's Interest Rate
Swap Agreement With Goldman Sachs & Co. To The Extent That The City Is Able To Do So
At A Below Market Value Cost And Not Later Than The End Of The Next Fiscal Year, June
30, 2013
9/25/2012

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Goldman Sachs Swap Agreement Termination
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Terminate The City's Interest Rate
Swap Agreement With Goldman Sachs & Co. To The Extent That The City Is Able To Do So
At A Below Market Value Cost And Not Later Than The End Of The Next Fiscal Year, June
30, 2013
11/27/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Goldman Sachs Swap Agreement Termination
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Terminate The City's Interest Rate
Swap Agreement With Goldman Sachs & Co. To The Extent That The City Is Able To Do So
At A Below Market Value Cost And Not Later Than The End Of The Next Fiscal Year, June
30, 2013
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 117

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Honoring Stephanie Yun


12-0053 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Congratulating Stephanie Yun, Lifelong Oakland
Resident As The City Of Oakland's First Official Youth Poet Laureate
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Freedom From Workplace Bullies Week


12-0056 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring October 14 - 20, 2012 "Freedom From
Workplace Bullies Week"
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Honoring Fukuoka, Japan


12-0057 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Fukuoka, Japan, Sister City, On The 50th
Anniversary Of Friendship With Oakland, And Our Joint Artist Exchange Program
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Chabot Science Center Joint Powers Appointment


12-0058 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Council Member Libby Schaaf To The
Chabot Science Center Joint Powers Authority Replacing Outgoing Member Marisol Lopez
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Martinez


12-0060 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Melinda Martinez V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG09-443084 In The Amount Of $6,000.00 As A Result Of A Motor
Vehicle Collision At Or Near 18th And West Streets. (Oakland Police Department - OPD)
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0061 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
10/2/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 118

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0062 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Lease Disposition And Development Agreement


12-0063 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution
Ratifying And Approving The Lease Disposition And Development Agreement And Related
Documents With The City Of Oakland And Prologis CCIG
Oakland Global, LLC, For A Mixed-Use Development On Approximately 130 Acres In The
Central, East, And West Gateway Areas Of The Former Oakland Army Base
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Sierra At Jack London


12-0064 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Sierra At Jack London Square Owners' Association V.
City Of Oakland, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG10520586 In The Amount Of
$21,000.00 (Public Works Agency - Inverse Condemnation)
10/2/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-29 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
10/23/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

West Oakland Jobs Center Grant Funding


12-0065 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Grant Funds And Contributions From Private Foundations,
Businesses, Individuals, And Government Agencies To Fund The Formation And Operation
Of The West Oakland Jobs Center Without Returning To Council
10/16/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 119

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Abstained

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File Number Title

Open For Business Pledge


12-0069 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The East Bay Economic Development
Alliance's "Open For Business" Pledge
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Foreclosure Prevention/Mitigation Activities


12-0070 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Supporting Foreclosure Prevention/Mitigation Activities Including 1) The
Allocation Of Up to $1,200,000 From The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (A HUD
Federal Grant) To Community Housing Development Corporation For Purposes Of Funding
A Foreclosure Prevention Loan Fund Program; 2) The Allocation of $350,100 From Blighted
Foreclosed Properties Penalties To Fund The Following: A) Community Outreach Services
For $150,000 Provided By Causa Justa: Just Cause ($50,000), Family Bridges ($25,000),
OCCUR ($25,000), Allen Temple Economic Development Agency ($25,000), and the Martin
Luther King Jr. Freedom Center ($25,000); B) Homeowner Legal Advocacy For $100,000
Provided By The Housing Economic Rights Advocates; C) Homeownership Counseling And
Loan Modification Advocacy For $50,000 Provided By The Community Housing Development
Corporation; And D) Tenant Counseling And Legal Services For $50,100 Total Provided By
The East Bay Community Law Center ($16,700), Centro Legal De La Raza ($16,700), And
Causa Justa: Just Cause ($16,700); And 3) Requiring Staff To Develop A Foreclosure
Mediation Policy For Council Consideration Should There Be Serious Problems With Bank
Servicer And Lender Compliance In Oakland With The Attorney General Bank Settlement
Agreement And State Homeowner Bill of Rights Act
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Foreclosure Prevention/Mitigation Activities


12-0070-1 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Section
15.68.100 (Affordable Housing Trust Fund) To (1) Permit Fines And Penalties Received
Pursuant To Section 8.54.620 (Foreclosed And Defaulted Residential Property Registration
Program) And Similar Programs To Be Used For Foreclosure Prevention And Mitigation
Activities, (2) Authorize The City Administrator To Make Grants Or Service Contracts Under
The Program Of Up To $100,000 Without Returning To Council, And (3) Allow Affordable
Housing Trust Funds To Be Used To Assist Affordable Housing Projects At Risk Due To
Mortgage Default Or Foreclosure
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Community Jobs Oversight Commission


12-0071 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Establishing The Community Jobs Oversight
Commission To Monitor And Enforce Compliance With The Construction And Operations
Jobs Policies For The Former Oakland Army Base
10/30/2012

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council
Page 120

Approved as Amended on
Introduction for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Community Jobs Oversight Commission


12-0071 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Establishing The Community Jobs Oversight
Commission To Monitor And Enforce Compliance With The Construction And Operations
Jobs Policies For The Former Oakland Army Base
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Bishop O'Dowd International Program


12-0073 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing The Educatius International Program
For Bishop O'Dowd High School And Honoring The International Students
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0074 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0075 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Non-Owner-Occupied Ordinance
11-0541-1 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Oakland Municipal Code To
Establish A New Chapter 8.58 Requiring The Registration And Inspection Of Transferred,
Improved Residential Real Property Of One To Four Units That Is Not Occupied By The New
Owner And The Abatement Of Health And Safety Violations And Amending The Master Fee
Schedule To Provide New Fees For This Ordinance
11/13/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 121

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Police Vehicle Replacement


12-0076 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1)
Appropriate Four Hundred Nineteen Thousand Six Hundred Ninety Two Dollars And Twenty
Three Cents ($419,692.23) In Interest Earnings From The 2000 And 2002 Equipment Master
Lease-Purchase Agreements To Fund The Purchase Of Approximately Seven Marked Police
Patrol Vehicles And (2) Enter Into Cooperative Purchase Agreements With Other
Governmental Agencies To Purchase The Needed Vehicles And Equipment, And If Such
Equipment Is Not Obtainable Through Cooperative Purchase Agreements, (3) Authorizing
The Waiver Of The Oakland Purchasing Ordinance's Formal Advertising And Competitive
Bidding Requirements And Allowing The City Administrator To Solicit Bids From Three
Vendors And Award Contracts For The Purchase Of The Vehicles And Equipment, Without
Returning To Council
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2011 - 2012 Fourth Quarter Revenue Results


12-0077 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive A Report On Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Fourth Quarter Revenue
And Expenditure Results And Year-End Summaries For Four Selected Funds - General
Purpose Fund (1010), Landscape & Lighting Assessment District Fund (2310), Equipment
Fund (4100) And Facilities Fund (4400); And Overtime Analysis For The General Purpose
Fund (1010) And All Funds
11/27/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
2011 - 2012 Fourth Quarter Revenue Results
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive A Report On Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Fourth Quarter Revenue
And Expenditure Results And Year-End Summaries For Four Selected Funds - General
Purpose Fund (1010), Landscape & Lighting Assessment District Fund (2310), Equipment
Fund (4100) And Facilities Fund (4400); And Overtime Analysis For The General Purpose
Fund (1010) And All Funds
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

2013 - 2018 Five-Year Plan


12-0078 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Five-Year Financial
Plan For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Through 2017-2018
2/26/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
2013 - 2018 Five-Year Plan
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Five-Year Financial
Plan For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Through 2017-2018
4/2/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 122

Received and Filed

Voted: Absent

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Raiders Ticket Surcharge


12-0080 Subject:
From:
Office Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Increasing Estimated Revenue And Offsetting
Expenditures From The 2011 Raiders Ticket Surcharge To Reflect Actual Revenues
Collected And Authorizing A Transfer Of $165,407.55 Which Is The Actual Revenue Collect
From The Non-Departmental Citywide Activities Budget To The Office Of Parks And
Recreation Budget To Benefit Citywide Youth Activities
10/23/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Raiders Ticket Surcharge
From:
Office Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Increasing Estimated Revenue And Offsetting
Expenditures From The 2011 Raiders Ticket Surcharge To Reflect Actual Revenues
Collected And Authorizing A Transfer Of $165,407.55 Which Is The Actual Revenue Collect
From The Non-Departmental Citywide Activities Budget To The Office Of Parks And
Recreation Budget To Benefit Citywide Youth Activities
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Metropolitan Golf Links Rent Relief


12-0081 Subject:
From:
Office Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Approve Fifty Percent (50%) Of The Minimum
Rent Relief To Oakland Golf LLC For The Operation Of The Metropolitan Golf Links During
Fiscal Year July 1, 2012 Through June 30, 2013 In The Amount Of $147,881 As Authorized
In The First Sublease And Operating Agreement Approved By Resolution No. 81274 C.M.S.
On May 6, 2008
11/27/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
Metropolitan Golf Links Rent Relief
From:
Office Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Approve Fifty Percent (50%) Of The Minimum
Rent Relief To Oakland Golf LLC For The Operation Of The Metropolitan Golf Links During
Fiscal Year July 1, 2012 Through June 30, 2013 In The Amount Of $147,881 As Authorized
In The First Sublease And Operating Agreement Approved By Resolution No. 81274 C.M.S.
On May 6, 2008
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Pacific Trenchless, Inc., Construction Contract


12-0082 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Pacific
Trenchless, Inc., The Lowest Responsible, Responsive Bidder For The Rehabilitation Of
Sanitary Sewers In The Area Bounded By Mountain Boulevard, Greenridge Drive, And Keller
Avenue (Sub-Basin 85-502) In Accord With Plans Specifications For The Project And
Contractors Bid In The Amount Of One Million Three Hundred Twenty Thousand Three
Hundred Ninety-Four Dollars ($1,320,394.00)
11/13/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 123

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Workers Compensation Program Report


12-0083 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resource Management
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Workers' Compensation Program Report
10/23/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Biggs Cardosa Associates Inc., Agreement


12-0084 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To
Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Biggs Cardosa Associates, Inc., To
Provide Professional Engineering Services For Seismic Retrofit Of Adeline Street Bridge
(Project No. G426910) For An Amount Not To Exceed Seven Hundred Eighteen Thousand
Dollars ($718,000.00) In Accord With The Request For Proposal (RFP) And Its Amendment
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Safeway Project Appeal


12-0085 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Denying The Appeals A12-146 & A12-148, And Approving The Major Conditional Use
Permits, Design Review And Minor Variances For A Revised Project Based Upon An
Agreement Between The Appellants And The Applicant That Includes A New Safeway
Grocery Store Of No More Than 45,500 Square Feet And Retail Of No More Than 9,500
Square Feet Under Case Numbers CMDV09-107, TPM-09889, ER09-0006 And Certification
Of The EIR And Addendum For The College Avenue Safeway Project Located At 6310
College Avenue(TITLE CHANGE)
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Firefighter MOU Amendment


12-0086 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 83517 C.M.S., Approved
July 26, 2012, Which Extended The July 2008-June 2012 Memorandum Of Understanding
With The International Association Of Firefighters (LAFF) Local 55, To Temporarily Waive
The Definition Of A Training Company In Order To Assign Sufficient Fire Fighter Paramedics
To Conduct Mandatory Field Evaluation Of Probationary Fire Fighter Paramedics
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Project Labor Agreement


12-0087 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A City Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Project
Labor Agreement With The Building And Construction Trades Council Of Alameda County,
AFL-CIO, And Specified Local Unions For The Construction Of The City's Portions Of The
Former Oakland Army Base Without Returning To The City Council; And
10/30/2012

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 124

Adopted

Voted: No

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Public Library Trust Fund


12-0088 Subject:
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Close
Project C325110, In The Oakland Public Library Trust Fund (7540), And Transfer The
Remaining Uncommitted Revenue And Appropriation Of Up To $325,000 To A New Project
To Be Used For Upgrades And Refurbishment Of Three Oakland Public Library Branches:
Brookfield, Dimond And Montclair, And (2) To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Additional
Grants And Donations To Be Used For The Same Purpose.
10/23/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Public Library Trust Fund
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Close
Project C325110, In The Oakland Public Library Trust Fund (7540), And Transfer The
Remaining Uncommitted Revenue And Appropriation Of Up To $325,000 To A New Project
To Be Used For Upgrades And Refurbishment Of Three Oakland Public Library Branches:
Brookfield, Dimond And Montclair, And (2) To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate Additional
Grants And Donations To Be Used For The Same Purpose.
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

United Nations Month


12-0089 Subject:
From:
Mayor Jean Quan And Vice Mayor Nancy Nadel
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring October 2012 United Nations Month And
October 24th, 2012 United Nations Day In The City Of Oakland And Authorizing The City Of
Oakland To Serve As An Honorary Sponsor Of The United Nations Anniversary Flag Raising
Ceremony On Saturday, October 20th, 2012
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

The Savoy Project Units


12-0097 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution Nos. 82914 And 2011-0096
C.M.S. (Authorizing Development Loans) And Resolution No. 2010-0095 C.M.S. (Approving
Replacement Housing Plan) To Reduce The Number Of Units From 102 To 101 At The
Savoy Project (Formerly Jefferson Oaks Apartments) Located At 1424 Jefferson Street
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 125

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Crossroads Software, Inc. Contract


12-0098 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 83626 C.M.S., Approved
By The City Council On November 15, 2011, Authorizing The Citv Administrator To 1) Waive
The Advertising/Bidding And The Request For Proposal/Qualifications Requirements, And 2)
Award A Professional Services Contract To Crossroads Software, Inc. For The Online Sales
Of Traffic Collision Reports And Technical And Records Management Support For The City's
Traffic Collision Database For Three Years, Plus Two Discretionary One-Year Extensions,
For A Fee Of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000) Per Year And A Total Contract Amount Not
To Exceed One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000).
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Semi-Annual Citywide Vacancies And Hiring Report


12-0099 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive A Semi-Annual Report On Citywide Vacancies And Hiring For
The Period May 7, 2012 To September 6, 2012
10/23/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Travel Authorization - National League Of Cities


12-0100 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Councilmember Desley Brooks To Travel
To Boston, Massachusetts To Attend The 2012 National League Of Cities Congress Of Cities
And Exposition From November 28 - December 1, 2012
10/16/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Five Minute Grace Period Parking Program


12-0101 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Controller
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Five Minute Grace Period
Parking Pilot Program
10/23/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Oakland Alliance Report


12-0104 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Oakland Alliance For Boys
And Men Of Color
10/23/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
Oakland Alliance Report
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Oakland Alliance For Boys
And Men Of Color
11/13/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 126

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement-Veronica Hodge
12-0105 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Veronica Hodge V. City Of Oakland, Et Al, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG11579929, City Attorney's File No. X03702, In The
Non-Wage Settlement Amount Of Forty-Eight Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($48,000.00)
(Personnel, Human Resources)
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement-Ruby Ng
12-0106 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Ruby Ng v. City Of Oakland, Et Al, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No, RG11589245, City Attorney's File No. 28280, In The Amount Of
Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($35,000.00). (Public Works).
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement-State Farm
12-0107 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company v.
City Of Oakland, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG11578636 In The Amount Of
$13,763.00 (Public Works Agency Tree Limb)
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement- Alliance Recycling, Inc.


12-0108 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Alliance Recycling. Inc. v. City Of Oakland Et Al.
Alameda County Superior Court No. RG10509612 In The Amount Of $73,800 (City
Administrator, Police Services Agency)
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement - Terilyn And Felipe Gudino


12-0110 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Terilynn And Felipe Gudino, In The Amount Of
$11,823.37, As A Result Of Property Damage Sustained Caused By Raw Sewage
Surcharge. (Public Works Agency)
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement - Samantha And Gary Wise


12-0111 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Samantha And Gary Wise, In The Amount Of
$26,000.00, As A Result Of Property Damage Sustained Caused By An Obstructed City
Sewer Main. (Public Works Agency)
11/13/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 127

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Graffiti Enforcement
12-0112 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Nadel And The Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending And Restating Oakland Municipal Code
Chapter 8.10 To Provide Comprehensive Enforcement Of Vandalism By Defacement Of
Property (Graffiti) Through Oakland And State Law, Establishing New Remedies Against
Violators, Providing For Restorative Justice For Offenders, A Fund For Rewards And To
Assist Victims, And Incorporating State Law Allowing For Liens Against Property Of
Offenders
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Oversight Committee Appointment


12-0113 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Reappointing Joanne Brown As A Member Of The
Violence Prevention And Public Safety Oversight Committee
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Persons With Disabilities Appointments


12-0114 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Scott J.
Blanks, Phyllis Stevenson And Grace E. Wright To The Commission On Persons With
Disabilities (MCPD)
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Community Policing Advisory Board Appointments


12-0115 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of John
Garvey, Barbara Hunter And Renia Webb As Members Of The Community Policing Advisory
Board
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Continued

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0116 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0117 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
11/13/2012

City of Oakland

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Page 128

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

CalTrans Purchase Agreement


12-0118 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute A Purchase And Sale Agreement With Caltrans For The Sale Of An Approximately
3-Acre Fee-Owned Parcel And 3-Acre Easement Area Located At The Former Oakland Army
Base For 5,750,000, Less Any Costs For Required Easements; And
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Coliseum Wireless License Agreement


12-0119 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving And Authorizing The Execution Of A
License Agreement Between Verizon Wireless And The Oakland Alameda County Coliseum
Authority And Certain Related Matters
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Union Pacific Railroad Project


12-0120 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To:
(1) Accept And Appropriate $200,000.00 From, And (2) Enter Into An Agreement With, Union
Pacific Railroad Company (UPRR) For The Reimbursement Of The City's Costs Of: (A)
Resurfacing Certain Portions Of Embarcadero West Between Webster Street And Clay
Street That Adjoin UPPR's Railroad Track Repair And Improvement Project, And (B)
Providing Traffic Control For The Resurfacing Work And UPRR Project, In An Amount Not
To Exceed $200,000.00
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Solar Conversion Report


12-0121 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: (A) Implement A
Solar Power Procurement Project By Signing A Memorandum Of Understanding With
Alameda County For The Regional Renewable Energy Procurement Project; And (B) Enter
Into Solar Power Purchase Agreements With Contractor(s) Selected Through The County's
Regional Renewable Energy Request For Proposals In An Amount Not To Exceed Three
Million Two-Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($3,225,000) During The Term Of The
Agreement: And (C) Appropriate Related Incentives; All Without Returning To Council
2/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 129

Adopted as Amended

Voted: No

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Delinquent Business Taxes


12-0122 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent
Business Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Business Taxes And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens, Administrative Charges And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Title 5, Chapter 5.04 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice
Of Lien And Assessment Charges To Be Turned Over To The County For Collection; Or
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Assessment Of Liens - Transient Occupancy Taxes


12-0123 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent
Transient Occupancy Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of
Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Transient Occupancy Taxes And Confirming
The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.24 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing
The Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector
For Collection; Or
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes


12-0124 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent Real
Property Transfer Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of
Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And
Confirming The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As
Necessary - Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The
Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For
Collection; Or
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 130

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Delinquent Mandatory Garbage Fees


12-0125 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The
Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Garbage Service Fees And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien
And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; Or
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Outside Counsel Contracts Report


12-0127 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Possible Action On How The City
Attorney's Office Awarded In Excess Of Eight Million Dollars ($8,000,000) In Outside Counsel
Contracts Without Council Approval And/Or A Competitive Bid Process In Violation Of The
City Charter And The City Of Oakland Purchasing Ordinance; Whether The Lack Of A
Competitive Bid Process Created A Pay To Play Scheme In The Award Of Outside Counsel
Contracts; And Establishing Processes And Procedures To Ensure The City Attorney's Office
Complies With The Requirements Of The City Charter And The Purchasing Ordinance
12/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Continued

Citizens' Police Review Board


12-0128 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Denise K.
Top And Dominic V. Signorotti As Members And Larissa Casillas As Alternate On The
Citizens' Police Review Board
11/13/2012

* Special Meeting of the


Oakland City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Master Lease-Purchase Agreement


12-0130 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (1) Execute A
Master Lease-Purchase Agreement In The Amount Of $11,850,000 To Replace
Approximately 153 Vehicles And Equipment Items And (2) Authorizing The Waiver Of The
Oakland Purchasing Ordinance's Formal Advertising And Competitive Bidding Requirements
For Items Available From Local Vendors And Allowing The City Administrator To Solicit Bids
From Three Vendors And Award Contracts For The Purchase Of The Vehicles And
Equipment Without Returning To Council And (3) For Items Not Available From Local
Vendors, Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into Cooperative Purchase
Agreements With Other Governmental Agencies To Purchase The Needed Vehicles And
Equipment
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 131

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Cityworks Contract Amendment


12-0131 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Amending The Contract With Azteca Systems,
Inc., For The Purchase Of Licensing, Software Maintenance Services And Software
Upgrades For The City's Cityworks Computerized Maintenance Management System, (2)
Increasing The Contract Amount By $550,000.00 And Extending The Contract For An
Additional Five-Year Term, And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Waive Advertising,
Competitive Bidding And The Request For Proposals/Qualifications Requirements
12/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Cityworks Contract Amendment
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Amending The Contract With Azteca Systems,
Inc., For The Purchase Of Licensing, Software Maintenance Services And Software
Upgrades For The City's Cityworks Computerized Maintenance Management System, (2)
Increasing The Contract Amount By $550,000.00 And Extending The Contract For An
Additional Five-Year Term, And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Waive Advertising,
Competitive Bidding And The Request For Proposals/Qualifications Requirements
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Oakland Army Base Environmental Review Services Agreement


12-0132 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute An
Amendment To The Professional Services Agreement With LSA Associates, Inc. To
Increase The Contract By An Amount Not To Exceed $66,606 For A Total Contract Amount
Of $426,606 For Additional Environmental Review Services For The 2012 Oakland Army
Base Project
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Wells Fargo Custodial Banking Services Agreement


12-0134 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing [One-Year, Two-Year] Extensions To The
Current Agreements With Wells Fargo Bank To Provide Primary Depository Services For
The City At Costs Not To Exceed $275,000 Annually And Primary Custodial Banking
Services At A Cost Not
To Exceed $25,000 Annually
11/27/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 132

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Wells Fargo Custodial Banking Services Agreement


12-0134 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing [One-Year, Two-Year] Extensions To The
Current Agreements With Wells Fargo Bank To Provide Primary Depository Services For
The City At Costs Not To Exceed $275,000 Annually And Primary Custodial Banking
Services At A Cost Not
To Exceed $25,000 Annually
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Central District Redevelopment Five-Year Plan


12-0135 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Conduct a Public Hearing On The Report Providing Mid-Term Review Of
The Five-Year Implementation Plans (2009-2014) For The Broadway/Macarthur/San Pablo,
Central District, Coliseum And Stanford/Adeline Redevelopment Project Areas; And Upon
Conclusion Adopt the Following Pieces Of Legislation:
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

12-0135-1 1) An Oakland Redevelopment and Successor Agency Resolution Adopting An Amendment


To The Five Year Implementation Plan, 2009-2014, For The Central District Redevelopment
Project To Add The Following Projects: 1800 San Pablo Avenue, 2330 Webster And 2315
Valdez Street, City Center T-5/6 (1114 Clay Street And 498 11 Street), Henry J. Kaiser
Convention Center (1000 Oak Street), 12th Street Remainder Parcel, Uptown Parcel 4 (1901
Telegraph Avenue), And The Telegraph Plaza Garage (2100 Telegraph Avenue); And

12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0135-2 2) An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution Adopting An Amendment To


The Five Year Implementation Plan, 2009-2014, For The Central City East Redevelopment
Project To Add The Following Projects: Seminary Point, 27th Avenue And Foothill Boulevard,
36th Avenue And Foothill Boulevard, Eastmont, Foothill Square, And Melrose Ford; And

12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0135-3 3) An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution Adopting An Amendment To


The Five Year Implementation Plan, 2009-2014, For The Coliseum Redevelopment Project
To Add The Following Projects: Coliseum City, Fruitvale Transit Village Phase II, 66th
Avenue And San Leandro Street, Hill-Elmhurst, Melrose Ford, And Clara Street And Edes
Avenue

12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 133

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Mobile Food Vending Regulations Extensions


12-0136 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Extending Interim Regulations With Minor
Amendments For Permitting Mobile Food Vending Group Sites Within A Limited Area Of The
City Of Oakland Defined, In Part, By City Council Districts 1, 2, 3, And 4. The Interim
Regulations Contained Herein Shall Remain In Place And Be Effective Through July 1, 2013,
Or Until The City Council Adopts New Permanent Mobile Food Vending Regulations,
Whichever Comes First
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Mobile Food Vending Regulations Extensions
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Extending Interim Regulations With Minor
Amendments For Permitting Mobile Food Vending Group Sites Within A Limited Area Of The
City Of Oakland Defined, In Part, By City Council Districts 1, 2, 3, And 4. The Interim
Regulations Contained Herein Shall Remain In Place And Be Effective Through July 1, 2013,
Or Until The City Council Adopts New Permanent Mobile Food Vending Regulations,
Whichever Comes First
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Mobile Food Vending Regulations Extensions
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Extending Interim Regulations With Minor
Amendments For Permitting Mobile Food Vending Group Sites Within A Limited Area Of The
City Of Oakland Defined, In Part, By City Council Districts 1, 2, 3, And 4. The Interim
Regulations Contained Herein Shall Remain In Place And Be Effective Through July 1, 2013,
Or Until The City Council Adopts New Permanent Mobile Food Vending Regulations,
Whichever Comes First
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Approved as Amended on
Introduction for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Mobile Food Vending Regulations Extensions
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Extending Interim Regulations With Minor
Amendments For Permitting Mobile Food Vending Group Sites Within A Limited Area Of The
City Of Oakland Defined, In Part, By City Council Districts 1, 2, 3, And 4. The Interim
Regulations Contained Herein Shall Remain In Place And Be Effective Through July 1, 2013,
Or Until The City Council Adopts New Permanent Mobile Food Vending Regulations,
Whichever Comes First
2/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 134

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

2011-2012 OFCY Evaluation


12-0137 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Oakland Fund For Children And
Youth Evaluation Findings For 2011-2012. The Reports Were Prepared By An Independent
Evaluator And Submitted By The Planning And Oversight Committee Of The Oakland Fund
For Children And Youth
11/27/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
2011-2012 OFCY Evaluation
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Oakland Fund For Children And
Youth Evaluation Findings For 2011-2012. The Reports Were Prepared By An Independent
Evaluator And Submitted By The Planning And Oversight Committee Of The Oakland Fund
For Children And Youth
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

2013-2014 Montclair Business Improvement District Assessment


12-0138 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Intention To Levy An Annual Assessment For
Fiscal Year 2013/2014 For The Montclair Business Improvement District, Approving The
Annual Report Of The Montclair Business Improvement District Advisory Board, And
Scheduling A Public Hearing For December 18, 2012
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2013-2014 Rockridge Business Improvement District Assessment


12-0139 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Intention To Levy An Annual Assessment For
Fiscal Year 2013/2014 For The Rockridge Business Improvement District, Approving The
Annual Report Of The Rockridge Business Improvement District Advisory Board, And
Scheduling A Public Hearing For December 18, 2012
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2012-2013 Cultural Services Grants


12-0140 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Seventy-Nine (79) Cultural Services Grants To Sixty-Nine (69) Oakland-Based Nonprofit
Organizations
And Individual Artists Providing Arts And Cultural Services In Oakland During Fiscal Year
2012-2013 In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $950,001
11/27/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Page 135

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

2012-2013 Cultural Services Grants


12-0140 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Seventy-Nine (79) Cultural Services Grants To Sixty-Nine (69) Oakland-Based Nonprofit
Organizations
And Individual Artists Providing Arts And Cultural Services In Oakland During Fiscal Year
2012-2013 In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $950,001
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Professional Services Agreement - Roloff


12-0141 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The
Professional Services Agreement With Artist John Roloff For Public Art Design And
Fabrication Services For The Lake Merritt - Oakland Estuary Channel Project To (1) Extend
The Termination Date To December 31, 2016, And (2) Increase The Contract For A Total
Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Nine Hundred Forty Dollars
($326,940) In Measure DD: Series B Bond Funds
11/27/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Professional Services Agreement - Roloff
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The
Professional Services Agreement With Artist John Roloff For Public Art Design And
Fabrication Services For The Lake Merritt - Oakland Estuary Channel Project To (1) Extend
The Termination Date To December 31, 2016, And (2) Increase The Contract For A Total
Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred Twenty-Six Thousand Nine Hundred Forty Dollars
($326,940) In Measure DD: Series B Bond Funds
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Professional Services Agreement - 12th Street Reconstruction Project


12-0142 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The
Professional Services Agreement With Artist John Colle Rogers For Public Art Design And
Fabrication Services For The 12th Street Reconstruction Project To (1) Extend The
Termination Date To December 31, 2013, And (2) Increase The Contract For A Total Amount
Not To Exceed One Hundred Thirty Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($130,500) In Measure
DD Series B Bond Funds
11/27/2012

City of Oakland

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Page 136

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Professional Services Agreement - 12th Street Reconstruction Project


12-0142 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The
Professional Services Agreement With Artist John Colle Rogers For Public Art Design And
Fabrication Services For The 12th Street Reconstruction Project To (1) Extend The
Termination Date To December 31, 2013, And (2) Increase The Contract For A Total Amount
Not To Exceed One Hundred Thirty Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($130,500) In Measure
DD Series B Bond Funds
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Army Base Interim Leasing Report


12-0143 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The
Oakland Army Base Interim Leasing Program
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Cash Management Report


12-0144 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended
September 30, 2012
11/27/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Cash Management Report
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended
September 30, 2012
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Civil Service Board Recommendations


12-0145 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recommending To The Civil Service Board The
Exemption Of The Following Classifications From The Operation Of The Civil Service:
Engineer, Civil Principal; Performance Audit Manager; Manager, Crime Laboratory; And
Controller
12/11/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Page 137

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Civil Service Board Recommendations


12-0145 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recommending To The Civil Service Board The
Exemption Of The Following Classifications From The Operation Of The Civil Service:
Engineer, Civil Principal; Performance Audit Manager; Manager, Crime Laboratory; And
Controller
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Contract Award For LED Light Replacement


12-0146 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Waiving Advertising And Bidding And Authorizing
The City Administrator To Award Contracts To Suppliers And Contractors Through An
Advertised Request For Proposals ("RFP") Selection Process For The Replacement Of
Existing HPS Cobra Head Street Lights With LED Street Lights Citywide, Without Return To
Council; (2) Awarding Contracts To: (A) Amland Corporation For Three Million, Nine
Hundred, Ninety Thousand Dollars ($3,990,000.00) For The Installation Of The LED Street
Lights, For Lighting And Electrical Engineering Services And For Documentation Services
For This Project, And (B) Graybar For Ten Million, Eight Hundred And Fifty Two Thousand,
Six Hundred And Fifty Dollars ($10,852,650.00) For The Supply Of LED Street Lights, And
(C) Authorizing The City Administrator To Increase Said Contracts By Up To An Amount Not
To Exceed Seven And One Half Percent (7.5%) Of The Original Contract Price, Without
Returning To Council; And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Waive Advertising And
Request For Proposal/Qualification Process Requirements And Award A Project Loan
Contract For Financing, For An Amount Of $16,000,000.00, At An Interest Rate
Not-To-Exceed Four And One-Tenth Percent (4.10%) For A Term Of Not More Than Twelve
(12) Years, To Be Repaid By Energy Savings From Landscape And Lighting Assessment
District (LLAD) Funds, Without Return To Council To Amland Corporation, Or To A Lender
Selected By The City Administrator Though A Request For Proposal/Qualifications Process,
Without Return To Council: And (4) Accepting, Appropriating And Directing Rebates From
The Utility Company Estimated At Two Million, Nine Hundred And Twenty-Five Thousand
Dollars ($2,925,000.00) To Be Deposited In The Landscape And Lighting Assessment
District Funds (LLAD)
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

2nd Generation Early Warning System


12-0148 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution For Awarding A Contract To Sierra Systems Inc. In An
Amount Not To Exceed Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($900,000.00) For A Two Year
Term For As-Needed Technical And Project Management Services In The Implementation
Of A Second Generation Early Warning System For The Oakland Police Department
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 138

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Sobriety Checkpoint Program


12-0149 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In The Amount Of Fifty Five
Thousand Dollars ($55,000.00) From The Regents Of The University Of California, Berkeley,
School Of Public Health, Traffic Safety Center, Serving As The Fiscal Agent For The State Of
California, Office Of Traffic Safety, For The 2012-2013 Sobriety Checkpoint Program To Be
Conducted By The Police Department. The Department Also Requests A Waiver Of The
Central Overhead Charges
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Youth Court Program Agreement


12-0150 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution Number 83756 C.M.S., Which
Accepted And Appropriated State Of California Corrections Standards Authority Title II
Formula Grant Program Funds (Title II Grant Funds) In The Amount Of One Hundred
Seventy Two Thousand One Hundred Forty One Dollars ($172,141) For The Oakland Youth
Court And Authorized A Professional Services Agreement With McCullum Youth Court
Corporation To Administer And Operate The Program, To: 1) Authorize A Services
Agreement With Centerforce Corporation (Centerforce), In An Amount Not To Exceed Eighty
Three Thousand Six Hundred And Thirty Eight Dollars ($83,638) For The Period July 20,
2012 Through December 31, 2012 For The Administration And Operation Of The Oakland
Youth Court Program; And 2) Waive The Advertising And Request For
Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process For The Proposed 2012 Centerforce Agreement
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Fund For Children And Youth Investment Plan


12-0151 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Adopt The Oakland Fund For Children And Youth
2013-2016 Strategic Investment Plan
11/27/2012

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Oakland Fund For Children And Youth Investment Plan
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Adopt The Oakland Fund For Children And Youth
2013-2016 Strategic Investment Plan
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 139

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Gallagher & Burke, Inc., Construction Contract


12-0153 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: Awarding A Construction Contract To Gallagher &
Burk, Inc. In Accord With Plans And Specifications For Various Street Resurfacing And
Bikeway Facilities No. G427410 And Contractor's Bid Therefor, For Six Million Two Hundred
Seventy-Nine Three Hundred Sixty-One Dollars ($6,279,361.00)
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Bicycle Friendly Community Campaign


12-0154 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Certifying That The Bicycle Master Plan, Updated
December 4, 2007, Is Current And In Compliance With The California Streets And Highways
Code Section 891.2; Acknowledging Five Years Of Progress On Plan Implementation;
Affirming The Current Priority Lane Conversion Projects; Recommending Solutions That
Address Barriers To Plan Implementation; And Establishing The City's 2014 Bicycle Friendly
Community Campaign
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Curb and Sidewalk Repair Project


12-0155 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: Authorizing The City Administrator, Or His Designee
To Award A Construction Contract To Rosas Brother Construction, Inc. The Lowest
Responsible, Responsive Bidder, In Accord With Plans And Specifications For Citywide Curb
Ramps And Sidewalk Repair Project No. C428011 And Contractor's Bid Therefor, In The
Amount Of One Million Seven Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand Two Hundred Sixty-Four
Dollars And Sixty Cents ($1,733,264.60)
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Metropolitan Transportation Commission Agreement


12-0156 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing The City Administrator or Designee To
Apply for $60,000.00 In Pavement Management Technical Assistance Program Grant Funds
From The Metropolitan Transportation Commission; 2) Appropriate $50,780.00 From
Measure B Funds In Local Match; And 3) Enter Into An Agreement With Metropolitan
Transportation Commission To Provide Consulting Services For An Amount Not To Exceed
$50,780.00
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 140

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Architectural Services Agreements


12-0157 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Enter Into
Professional Services Agreements In An Amount Not To Exceed One-Hundred Fifty
Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00) Each With 1) Architecture Dimensions, 2)
Devi-Dutta-Choudhury, 3) Hibser Yamauchi Architects, And 4) Vargas Greenan Architecture
For On-Call Architectural Services Over A Period Of Three Years
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Not Adopted

12-0136-1 2) An Ordinance Amending The Master Fee Schedule (Ordinance No. 13133 C.M.S. As
Amended) To Reduce The Interim Food Vending Group Site Operation Date Fee

12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2) An Ordinance Amending The Master Fee Schedule (Ordinance No. 13133 C.M.S. As
Amended) To Reduce The Interim Food Vending Group Site Operation Date Fee
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2) An Ordinance Amending The Master Fee Schedule (Ordinance No. 13133 C.M.S. As
Amended) To Reduce The Interim Food Vending Group Site Operation Date Fee
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-30 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
11/27/2012

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Settlement Agreement - Ancel


12-0158 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Marilyn Ancel V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG11-608657 In The Amount Of $6750.00 As A Result Of A Trip
And Fall Accident On College Avenue (OPW)
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 141

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Cal Fire Grant Funds - US&R Training


12-0159 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Funds From The State Of California Fire And Rescue
Training Authority (CFRTA) To The Oakland Fire Department In The Amount Of
One-Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) For A Scheduled Mobilization Exercise To Meet
Personnel And Supply Expenses For The Training Of The Oakland Fire Department's Urban
Search And Rescue (US&R) Team
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Lake Royal Apartments


12-0160 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Lake Royal Apartments In The Amount Of $6,328.63,
As A Result Of Property Damage Sustained Caused By Tree Roots (Oakland Public Works)
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Contract Award - Resource Development Associates


12-0161 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute A Contract Between The City Of Oakland And Resource Development Associates In
An Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred And Five Thousand Dollars ($305,000) Annually
For Outcome And Process Evaluation Services For Measure Y Violence Prevention And
Community Policing Programs With Two One-Year Options To Renew For The FY 2012-15
Funding Cycles
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Energy And Climate Action Plan


12-0162 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Adopting The Oakland Energy And Climate Action Plan And Authorizing The City
Administrator Or His Or Her Designee To Administratively Update The Energy And Climate
Action Plan Appendix Consistent With The Energy And Climate Action Plan Without
Returning To The City Council
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 142

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Congratulating Carmen Martinez


12-0163 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Commending Carmen Martnez, Director Of The
Oakland Public Library, For Twelve Years Of Outstanding Service And Congratulating Her
On The Occasion Of Her Retirement
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Housing Authority MOU - Shotspotter


12-0164 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To 1) Enter Into An MOU With The Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) To Establish And
Define The Working Relationship And Shared Responsibilities Between The Oakland Police
Department (OPD) And The Oakland Housing Authority Police Department (OHAPD). 2)
Accept $150,000 From OHAPD For The OPD For A Joint Planned Expansion Of Shotspotter
(SST) And For OHAPD To Have Access To The System And Its Data
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Mills Act Contracts


12-0165 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving Four (4) Mills Act Contracts Between The
City Of Oakland And The Properties At 818 Trestle Glen Road (Estimated - $2,036/Year
Property Tax Reduction), 1550 5th Avenue (Estimated - $747/Year Property Tax Reduction),
3627 Majestic Avenue (Estimated - $935/Year Property Tax Reduction), And 3635 Majestic
Avenue (Estimated - $709/year Property Tax Reduction) Pursuant To Ordinance No. 12987
C.M.S., To Provide These Owners With Property Tax Reductions In Exchange For Their
Agreement To Repair And Maintain Their Historic Property In Accordance With Submitted
Work Programs.
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

1-C Grant Pass Through - Streetscape And Infrastructure Improvements


12-0166 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution (1) Authorizing A Passthrough
Grant To The City In An Amount Up To $9,403,000 From The Uptown Proposition 1-C Grant
Under The California Department Of Housing And Community Development's Infill
Infrastructure Grant Program For Streetscape And Infrastructure Improvements In The
Central Business District, And (2) Authorizing A Grant In The Amount Of $500,000 To
Harrison Street Senior Housing Corporation Or Affiliated Entity From The Uptown Proposition
1-C Grant For The Development Of Parking At The Harrison Senior Housing Project At 1633
Harrison Street; And
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 143

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0166-1 2) A Resolution (1) Accepting A Pass-Through Grant From The Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency In An Amount Up To $9,403,000 From The Uptown Proposition 1-C Grant
Under The California Department Of Housing And Community Development's Infill
Infrastructure Grant Program, And Appropriating The Funds For Streetscape And
Infrastructure Improvements In The Central Business District, And (2) Rescinding Resolution
No. 83855 C.M.S. Granting $500,000 To Oakland Housing Initiatives And Christian Church
Homes Of Northern California For The Harrison Senior Housing Project At 1633 Harrison
Street

12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

MHN Contract Extension - Counseling Services


12-0167 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Exercise The
Option To Extend The Contract With Managed Health Network (MHN) To Continue Providing
Psychological Counseling Services For Sworn Members Of The Police Department And
Their Dependents For An Additional Term, For The Period Of December 1, 2012 Through
June 30, 2014, In The Amount Of $100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Dollars)
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

California Environmental Protection Agency Grant Funds


12-0170 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds From The California Environmental Protection Agency
(CalEPA) To The Oakland Fire Department (OFD) In The Amount Of Seventy-Eight
Thousand Seven Hundred And Fifty-Six Dollars ($78,756) To Purchase California Electronic
Reporting System (CERS) Compatible Software and Computers To Provide A Means For
Business Workshops For Oakland Companies To Submit Hazardous Materials Reporting
Information To The Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) As Required By AB 2286
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Recognizing Ise Lyfe


12-0171 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing Ise Lyfe For His Works And Significant
Contributions To The City Of Oakland Through Spoken Word And Social Marketing Outreach
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 144

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0172 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0173 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
12/4/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 145

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Unlawful Search - Settlement Agreement


12-0174 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Following Cases (Oakland Police Department - Unlawful
Search) In The Aggregate Amount Of Four Million, Six Hundred Thousand Dollars And No
Cents ($4,600,000.00): James Taylor And Robert Forbes V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United
States District Court No. C04-04843 SI: City Attorney's File No. Ss26446; Darnell Foster,
Rafael Duarte And Yancie Young V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No.
C05- 03110 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS02705; Jimmy Rider V. City Of Oakland, Et Al.
United States Distrcit Court No. C05-03204 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS02719; Tyrone
Moore And Deandre Wash V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No.
C06-02426SI; City Attorney's File No. SS24386; Jeffrie Miller, Richard Tillman. Jason Cagler,
Jomal Reed, Curtis Freeman, Glenn Lovely And Kevin Bradley V. City Of Oakland. Et Al.
United States District Court No. C07-01773 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS25571; John Smith,
Robert Davis, Meheret Aneteneh, Jamel Parrish, Yusef Morris, Elbert Owens, Raheem Hill
And Sherman Dunn V. City Of Oakland. Et Al., United States District Court No. C07-06298
Si; City Attorney's File No. SS25818; David Ward, James Tyson, And Tony Armstrong V. City
Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No. C07-04179 Si; City Attorney's File No.
SS25880; Terrell Turner, Robert Young, Orlando Moore And Anthony Jackson V. City Of
Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No. C08-03114 SI; City Attorney's File No.
Ss26556; Lawrence Coley V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No. C08
04255 SI; City Attorney's File No.SS26767; Rahsan Kountz V. City Of Oakland, Et Al, United
States District Court No. C09-05316 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS27508; Courtney Brown V.
City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No. C11-04904; City Attorney's File No.
SS26767-1; Larry Noble, Jr. V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No.
C11-04906 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS26767-2; Nkukwe Okoli V. City Of Oakland, Et Al.,
United States District Court No. C11-04907 Si; City Attorney's File No. SS26767-3; Quincy
Smith V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No. C11-04909 Si; City
Attorney's File No. SS26767-4; Thomas Romerson V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States
District Court No. C11-04908 Si; City Attorney's File No. SS27508-1; Stephen Johnson V.
City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court No. C11-04905; City Attorney's File No.
SS27508-2; B. M., A Minor, By And Through His Next Friend, Felicia Williams V. City Of
Oakland, Et Al, United States District Court No. C11-04903 SI; City Attorney's File No.
SS27508-3
12/4/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Housing Board Policy Committee


12-0175 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The Housing, Residential Rent And
Relocation Board To Establish A Standing Policy Committee
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 146

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Montclair Garage Management


12-0177 Subject:
From:
Department Of Public Works
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Formal Advertising And Request For
Proposals/Request For Qualifications ("RFP/RFQ") And Authorizing The City Administrator
To 1) Extend The Existing Contract On A Month-To-Month Basis For A Period
Not-To-Exceed Twelve Months From December 31, 2012 Through December 31, 2013 At A
Compensation Rate Of Up To $15,900.00 A Month (Including A $900.00 Per Month
Management Fee And Up To $15,000.00 A Month In Garage Operating Expenses) And 2)
Negotiate A New Contract For An Initial Period Of Three Years, With A Two-Year Extension,
Contingent Upon Satisfactory Evaluation Of Performance, With The Montclair Village
Association For The Operation And Management Of Montclair Garage Located On 6235 La
Salle And Scout Lot Located On 2250 Mountain Boulevard
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Salary Schedule Amendment -Mayor's Office Classifications


12-0178 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Change The Title Of Administrative Assistant To The
Mayor To Special Assistant To The Mayor I; And To Change The Title Of Special Assistant
To The Mayor To Special Assistant To The Mayor II; And To Add Permanent Part Time And
Part Time Designations For The Classifications Of Special Assistant To The Mayor I And
Special Assistant To The Mayor II; And To Add The Classification Of Special Assistant To
The Mayor III; And To Remove The Classifications Of Mayor's Public Service Employee 14
(CONF), Mayor's Public Service Employee 51, Mayor's Public Service Employee 51 PPT,
Mayor's Public Service Employee 51 Pt, Public Service Employee 14, Public Service
Employee 14 Pt, Public Service Employee 51, Public Service Employee 51 PPT, Public
Service Employee 51 PT, Public Service Employee 51 (CONF), And Public Service
Employee 51 PPT (CONF)
12/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Salary Schedule Amendment -Mayor's Office Classifications
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Change The Title Of Administrative Assistant To The
Mayor To Special Assistant To The Mayor I; And To Change The Title Of Special Assistant
To The Mayor To Special Assistant To The Mayor II; And To Add Permanent Part Time And
Part Time Designations For The Classifications Of Special Assistant To The Mayor I And
Special Assistant To The Mayor II; And To Add The Classification Of Special Assistant To
The Mayor III; And To Remove The Classifications Of Mayor's Public Service Employee 14
(CONF), Mayor's Public Service Employee 51, Mayor's Public Service Employee 51 PPT,
Mayor's Public Service Employee 51 Pt, Public Service Employee 14, Public Service
Employee 14 Pt, Public Service Employee 51, Public Service Employee 51 PPT, Public
Service Employee 51 PT, Public Service Employee 51 (CONF), And Public Service
Employee 51 PPT (CONF)
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 147

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Ordinance Nos. 13125 And 13130 C.M.S. Correction


12-0179 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Make Corrections To Ordinance No. 13125 C.M.S.
And Ordinance No. 13130 C.M.S.
12/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Ordinance Nos. 13125 And 13130 C.M.S. Correction
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Make Corrections To Ordinance No. 13125 C.M.S.
And Ordinance No. 13130 C.M.S.
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Allocating Funds From The Measure Y Reserve


12-0180 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Allocating $590,000 From The Measure Y Reserve
From Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Through Fiscal Year 2014-2015 For Various Non-Profit
Agencies, Consistent With The Current Measure Y Program Strategy Areas.
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Tenant Leases In The City Administration Building Complex


12-0181 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance, Amending Ordinance No. 12079 C.M.S.,
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute Tenant Leases In The City
Administration Building Complex
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Affordable Housing Trust Fund Project Fund Staffing


12-0183 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appropriating $966,709 From The Affordable
Housing Trust Fund For Housing Development Project Funding And $240,000 From The
Affordable Housing Trust Fund For Project Staffing
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 148

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Encroachment Permit - 2101 Telegraph


12-0184 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting 2101 Telegraph Avenue Associates A
Conditional And Revocable Permit To Allow An Existing Under Sidewalk Basement And
Portions Of The Building Facade Of The Hamilton Hotel Apartments Located At 2101
Telegraph Avenue To Encroach Into The Public Right-Of-Way Along Telegraph Avenue And
21st Street
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Owner Participation Agreement - SKS Broadway


12-0185 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution Authorizing An Amendment To
An Owner Participation Agreement With SKS Broadway LLC To Extend Development
Deadlines For A Mixed-Use Project At 1100 Broadway; And
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Juvenile Justice And Delinquency Prevention


12-0186 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator 1) To Accept And
Appropriate A Second Chance Act Juvenile Offender Reentry Evaluation Grant In An Amount
Not To Exceed $750,000 From The U.S. Department Of Justice, Office Of Juvenile Justice
And Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) And 2) To Enter Into Two Year Grant Agreements
With Various Public And Non Profit Partners Named In The Grant For An Estimated Amount
Not To Exceed $576,800 From January 1, 2013 Through December 31, 2014
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

June 2013 Police Academy


12-0187 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf And Vice Mayor Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Initiate And
Appropriate Funding For The 168th Police Academy Scheduled For September 2013
(Originally Scheduled For June 2013) [TITLE CHANGE]
1/15/2013

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Excused

Subject:
June 2013 Police Academy
From:
Councilmember Schaaf And Vice Mayor Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Initiate And
Appropriate Funding For The 168th Police Academy Scheduled For September 2013
(Originally Scheduled For June 2013) [TITLE CHANGE]
1/22/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 149

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

2011 - 2012 ORSA Annual Report


12-0188 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Oakland
Redevelopment Successor Agency (Agency) Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Annual Reports On
Blight, Housing Activity, Loans, Property, And Time Limits In Accordance With The Reporting
Requirements Of The California Community Redevelopment Law
12/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
2011 - 2012 ORSA Annual Report
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Oakland
Redevelopment Successor Agency (Agency) Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Annual Reports On
Blight, Housing Activity, Loans, Property, And Time Limits In Accordance With The Reporting
Requirements Of The California Community Redevelopment Law
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Juvenile Accountability Block Grant


12-0189 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee,
To: 1) Enter Into A Grant Program Administration Agreement With The State Of California,
Corrections Standards Authority, For Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG) Funds; 2)
Accept, Appropriate, And Administer JABG Direct Allocation Funds Fiscal Year 2012-2013
To The Oakland Police Department In The Amount Of $42,227 For The School Safety
Policing Project For The Period July I, 2012 - June 30, 2013; And 3) Waive The Central
Services Overhead (CSO) Charges Of $1,541
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Anti-Poverty Community Services Block Grant Renewal


12-0190 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Accept,
Appropriate, And Allocate A Renewal Grant In An Anticipated Amount Of $1,281,473 In
Anti-Poverty Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Funds For Calendar Year 2013 From
The State Of California Department Of Community Services And Development (CSD) For
Oakland And The Surrounding Alameda County (Excluding Berkeley); 2) Accept Any
Additional CSBG Funding That May Become Available For Existing Programming Without
Returning To Council; 3) Waive All Central Services Overhead Charges Associated With The
Grant; 4) Extend And Amend Calendar Year 2012 Grant Agreements And Contracts In
Amounts Not To Exceed $50,000 Total For Each Agreement; And 5) Negotiate, Execute,
Extend And Amend Calendar Year 2013 Grant Agreements And Contracts With Service
Providers In Alignment With The City's 2012-2013 State Approved Community Action Plan In
Amounts Not To Exceed $50,000 Each
12/11/2012

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 150

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Anti-Poverty Community Services Block Grant Renewal


12-0190 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Accept,
Appropriate, And Allocate A Renewal Grant In An Anticipated Amount Of $1,281,473 In
Anti-Poverty Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Funds For Calendar Year 2013 From
The State Of California Department Of Community Services And Development (CSD) For
Oakland And The Surrounding Alameda County (Excluding Berkeley); 2) Accept Any
Additional CSBG Funding That May Become Available For Existing Programming Without
Returning To Council; 3) Waive All Central Services Overhead Charges Associated With The
Grant; 4) Extend And Amend Calendar Year 2012 Grant Agreements And Contracts In
Amounts Not To Exceed $50,000 Total For Each Agreement; And 5) Negotiate, Execute,
Extend And Amend Calendar Year 2013 Grant Agreements And Contracts With Service
Providers In Alignment With The City's 2012-2013 State Approved Community Action Plan In
Amounts Not To Exceed $50,000 Each
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Equal Access Ordinance Annual Report


12-0191 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Receive The Annual Equal Access To Services Ordinance (Ordinance
No. 12324 CMS) Compliance Report
12/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Police Service Technicians


12-0192 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf And Vice Mayor Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Use An Expedited Hiring Process To Hire 20 Police Services Technician II Postings And
One Latent Print Examiner III Position At A First Year Cost Of Two Million Three Hundred
Forty-Three Thousand Four Hundred Ninety-Eight Dollars ($2,343,498) Which Includes One
Million Five Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($1,533,600) For Salaries
And Benefits And Eight Hundred Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety-Eight Dollars
($809,898) For Recruiting, Hiring, Maintenance And Operations; And An Annual Cost
Thereafter Of One Million Seven Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Nine Hundred Forty-Eight
Dollars ($1,725,948) Which Includes One Million Five Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand Six
Hundred Dollars ($1,533,600) For Salaries And Benefits And One Hundred Ninety-Two
Thousand Three Hundred Forty-Eight Dollars ($192348) For Operations And Maintenance
Costs.
[TITLE CHANGE]
1/15/2013

City of Oakland

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Page 151

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Excused

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Police Service Technicians


12-0192 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf And Vice Mayor Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Use An Expedited Hiring Process To Hire 20 Police Services Technician II Postings And
One Latent Print Examiner III Position At A First Year Cost Of Two Million Three Hundred
Forty-Three Thousand Four Hundred Ninety-Eight Dollars ($2,343,498) Which Includes One
Million Five Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($1,533,600) For Salaries
And Benefits And Eight Hundred Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety-Eight Dollars
($809,898) For Recruiting, Hiring, Maintenance And Operations; And An Annual Cost
Thereafter Of One Million Seven Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Nine Hundred Forty-Eight
Dollars ($1,725,948) Which Includes One Million Five Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand Six
Hundred Dollars ($1,533,600) For Salaries And Benefits And One Hundred Ninety-Two
Thousand Three Hundred Forty-Eight Dollars ($192348) For Operations And Maintenance
Costs.
[TITLE CHANGE]
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Crime Suppression Assistance


12-0193 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf And Vice Mayor Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding With The Alameda County Sheriff's Office
(ACSO) For Ninety (90) Days Of Crime Suppression Assistance Whereby ACSO Will Deploy
Ten Deputy Sheriffs In Five, Double Unit Patrol Vehicles And One Sergeant In A Supervisor
Vehicle, Two Days Per Week, At A Cost Not To Exceed Two Hundred And Sixty-Five
Thousand Dollars ($265,000), With One Option To Renew For An Additional 90 Days In An
Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($530,000) [TITLE CHANGE]
1/15/2013

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Excused

Subject:
Crime Suppression Assistance
From:
Councilmember Schaaf And Vice Mayor Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding With The Alameda County Sheriff's Office
(ACSO) For Ninety (90) Days Of Crime Suppression Assistance Whereby ACSO Will Deploy
Ten Deputy Sheriffs In Five, Double Unit Patrol Vehicles And One Sergeant In A Supervisor
Vehicle, Two Days Per Week, At A Cost Not To Exceed Two Hundred And Sixty-Five
Thousand Dollars ($265,000), With One Option To Renew For An Additional 90 Days In An
Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($530,000) [TITLE CHANGE]
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

PERS Investment Portfolio


12-0194 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Oakland Police And Fire
Retirement System (PFRS) Investment Portfolio As Of September 30, 2012
12/11/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee
Page 152

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Owner Participation Agreement - SKS Broadway


12-0185-1 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing An Amendment To A Purchase And
Sale Agreement With SKS Broadway LLC For Sale Of The Public Parking Garage At 409 12th Street To Extend Purchase Deadlines
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

12-0118-1 2) A Successor Agency Resolution Authorizing The Agency Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute A Purchase And Sale Agreement With Caltrans For The Sale Of An Approximately
3-Acre Fee-Owned Parcel And 3-Acre Easement Area Located At The Former Oakland Army
Base For $5,750,000, Less Any Costs For Required Easements

12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Billboard Franchise Revenue Allocation


12-0195 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appropriating And Allocating Revenue Generated
From The Oakland Army Base Billboard Franchise And Lease Agreement To The West
Oakland Job Resource Center And Other Oakland Army Base Community Benefits-Related
Uses Including Staff
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-31 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
12/11/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0196 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 153

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0197 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Coliseum Board Of Commissioners - Reid


12-0198 Subject:
From:
Council President Pat Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Council Member Larry E. Reid As A
Member Of The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority Board Of Commissioners
Replacing Outgoing Council Member Ignacio De La Fuente Beginning January 21, 2013 And
Ending January 20, 2015
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

No Action Taken

Subject:
Oakland Coliseum Board Of Commissioners - Reid
From:
Council President Pat Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Council Member Larry E. Reid As A
Member Of The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority Board Of Commissioners
Replacing Outgoing Council Member Ignacio De La Fuente Beginning January 21, 2013 And
Ending January 20, 2015
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement - Ruth Ann Binder


12-0199 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Ruth Ann Binder, In The Amount Of $10,158.02, As A
Result Of Property Damage Sustained Caused By A City Tree (Public Works Agency)
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Honoring Jane Brunner


12-0200 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Jane Brunner For 16 Years For Exemplary
Service To The People Of Oakland As A Distinguished Member Of The Oakland City Council
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 154

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Honoring Ignacio De La Fuente


12-0201 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring President Pro Tem Ignacio De La Fuente
For 20 Years For Exemplary Service To The People Of Oakland As A Distinguished Member
Of The Oakland City Council
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Conflict Of Interest Code Amendment


12-0202 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The City Of Oakland Conflict Of Interest
Code, Oakland Municipal Code Section 3.16.030
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Honoring Nancy Nadel


12-0203 Subject:
From:
Council President Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Vice Mayor Nancy Nadel For 16 Years For
Exemplary Service To The People Of Oakland As A Distinguished Member Of The Oakland
City Council
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Port Of Oakland Conflict Of Interest Code


12-0204 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving Port Of Oakland Conflict Of Interest Code
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement - John Weston Osborn


12-0205 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of John Weston Osborn V. City Of Oakland, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG11587945 In The Amount Of $13,300.00 (Police
Department)
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 155

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement - Paul Crum


12-0206 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Paul Crum V. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG12622606 In The Amount Of $15,000.00 As A Result Of
Wrongful Termination (Office Of Public Works - OPW)
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement - Dan Kitamura


12-0207 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Dan Kitamura, In The Amount Of $40,533.61, As A
Result Of Property Damage Sustained Caused By An Obstructed City Sewer Main. (Public
Works Agency)
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

November 6, 2012 Election Results


12-0208 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring The Results Of The City Of Oakland
General Municipal Election Held On Tuesday, November 6, 2012
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Ron Snyder


12-0209 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Ron Synder For Almost 40 Years Of
Exemplary Dedication And Outstanding Community Service
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Wireless Telecommunication Facility Appeal


12-0210 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Denying The Appeal (A12-172) Of The Decision Of The Oakland Planning Commission, To
Grant Approval Of An Application For A Major Conditional Use Permit And Regular Design
Review To Make Alterations To An Existing Wireless Telecommunication Facility Located In
A Commercial Zone Property, At 5745 Thornhill Drive (Planning Case File: CMD12-056)
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 156

Adopted as Amended

Voted: No

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Laube


12-0211 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Chloe Ann Laube V. City Of Oakland, Et Al, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG11609016, In The Amount Of $55,000.00 As A Result Of
A Fall At The Redwood Heights Recreation Center On January 27, 2011 (Parks &
Recreation)
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Settlement Agreement - Laube
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Chloe Ann Laube V. City Of Oakland, Et Al, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG11609016, In The Amount Of $55,000.00 As A Result Of
A Fall At The Redwood Heights Recreation Center On January 27, 2011 (Parks &
Recreation)
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Owner Controlled Insurance Program


12-0213 Subject:
From:
Council Member Brooks
Recommendation: Possible Action Directing The City Administrator To Convene A Revolving
Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) Work Group From January 2013 Through
March 2013. The Membership Of The Working Group Shall Include A Representative From
The Following City Of Oakland Offices: Risk Management, Controller, Public Works,
Community And Economic Development, City Attorney, And Purchasing. A Representative
Of The Successor Agency And A Representative From The Port Of Oakland Should Also Be
Included As Members. The Working Group Shall Be Tasked With Evaluating OCIP
Programs From A Citywide Perspective; Researching Best Practices For OCIPs And To
Provide Recommendations For Implementation Of A City Of Oakland OCIP Program. By
March 2013 The Working Group Will Issue Recommendations On (a) General Policy, (b)
Feasibility Analysis Bid/Request For Proposal (RFP) And Contract Language, (c) Insurance
Program Design, (d) Safety And Loss Control, (e) Administration, (f) Claims Management
And Adjudication, And (g) Funding Sources. City Administrator Shall Provide A Status
Report At The First CED Committee Meeting In January 2013 To Include The Membership
Roster And Schedule Of Meetings Of The OCIP Working Group
12/6/2012

City of Oakland

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Page 157

Scheduled

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Owner Controlled Insurance Program


12-0213 Subject:
From:
Council Member Brooks
Recommendation: Possible Action Directing The City Administrator To Convene A Revolving
Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) Work Group From January 2013 Through
March 2013. The Membership Of The Working Group Shall Include A Representative From
The Following City Of Oakland Offices: Risk Management, Controller, Public Works,
Community And Economic Development, City Attorney, And Purchasing. A Representative
Of The Successor Agency And A Representative From The Port Of Oakland Should Also Be
Included As Members. The Working Group Shall Be Tasked With Evaluating OCIP
Programs From A Citywide Perspective; Researching Best Practices For OCIPs And To
Provide Recommendations For Implementation Of A City Of Oakland OCIP Program. By
March 2013 The Working Group Will Issue Recommendations On (a) General Policy, (b)
Feasibility Analysis Bid/Request For Proposal (RFP) And Contract Language, (c) Insurance
Program Design, (d) Safety And Loss Control, (e) Administration, (f) Claims Management
And Adjudication, And (g) Funding Sources. City Administrator Shall Provide A Status
Report At The First CED Committee Meeting In January 2013 To Include The Membership
Roster And Schedule Of Meetings Of The OCIP Working Group
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Recognizing The Apollo Class of 1981 & Establishing January 2013 As Martin
12-0214 Subject:
Luther King, Jr. Month
From:
Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing The Apollo Class Of 1981 From Oakland
Technical High School, On The 30th Year Observance Of California's Dr.Martin Luther King,
Jr. Holiday, For Their Significant Role In The Creation Of The Martine Luther King Jr. Day
Holiday, And Their Further Effort To Estabhlish January As National King Month, By
Establishing "Oakland's Martin Luther King, Jr. Month" Beginning January 2013.
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Jeffrey P. Levin - Commendation


12-0215 Subject:
From:
Council President Reid and Councilmember Brunner
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Commending Jeffrey P. Levin, Housing Policy &
Programs Manager, For Over 28 Years Of Service As An Affordable Housing Professional
With The City Of Oakland
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Modification of the Taxi Vehicle Permit (Medallion) Fee


12-0216 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Reid and Councilmember De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master
Fee Schedule, As Amended, To Modify The Annual Fee Of The Taxi Vehicle Permit
(Medallion) Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 158

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Modification of the Taxi Vehicle Permit (Medallion) Fee


12-0216 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Reid and Councilmember De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master
Fee Schedule, As Amended, To Modify The Annual Fee Of The Taxi Vehicle Permit
(Medallion) Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Subject:
Modification of the Taxi Vehicle Permit (Medallion) Fee
From:
Vice Mayor Reid and Councilmember De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master
Fee Schedule, As Amended, To Modify The Annual Fee Of The Taxi Vehicle Permit
(Medallion) Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Modification of the Taxi Vehicle Permit (Medallion) Fee
From:
Vice Mayor Reid and Councilmember De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master
Fee Schedule, As Amended, To Modify The Annual Fee Of The Taxi Vehicle Permit
(Medallion) Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator
5/23/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Continued

Voted: Absent

Subject:
Modification of the Taxi Vehicle Permit (Medallion) Fee
From:
Vice Mayor Reid and Councilmember De La Fuente
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13078 C.M.S., The Master
Fee Schedule, As Amended, To Modify The Annual Fee Of The Taxi Vehicle Permit
(Medallion) Assessed By The Office Of The City Administrator
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

2013-2014 Rockridge Business Improvement District Assessment


12-0139-1 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution To
Levy An Annual Assessment For Fiscal Year 2013/2014 For The Rockridge Business
Improvement District, Approving The Annual Report Of The Rockridge Business
Improvement District Advisory Board
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 159

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

2013-2014 Montclair Business Improvement District Assessment


12-0138-1 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution To
Levy An Annual Assessment For Fiscal Year 2013/2014 For The Montclair Business
Improvement District, Approving The Annual Report Of The Montclair Business Improvement
District Advisory Board
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sales And Use Tax Records Representative


12-0217 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland
Designating And Authorizing Douglas R. Boyd Of The Law Office Of Douglas R. Boyd A
Counsel, As A City Representative To Examine Sales And Use Tax Records
12/13/2012

*Rules & Legislation


Committee

Scheduled

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
Sales And Use Tax Records Representative
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland
Designating And Authorizing Douglas R. Boyd Of The Law Office Of Douglas R. Boyd A
Counsel, As A City Representative To Examine Sales And Use Tax Records
12/18/2012

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Goldman Sachs Debarment


12-0218 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Motion Requesting The City Administrator To Initiate Debarment
Proceedings Pursuant To Oakland Municipal Code (OMC) Chapter 2.12 Against Goldman
Sachs, And To Provide A Report Status Of The Proceedings At The Second Council Meeting
In March 2013
12/18/2012

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 160

Approve as Submitted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Professional Services Agreement - Digital Intelligence Systems


12-0219 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Waiving The Advertising And Bidding
Requirements, The Request For Proposal/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process, The Advertising
And Bidding Requirements, And The Local And Small Business Enterprise Program
(L/SLBE) Provisions; And 2) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Enter
Into An Agreement With Digital Intelligence Systems (DISYS) In An Amount Not To Exceed
$55,000 To Migrate All Information To A Centralized Web Based Reporting Platform (The
Crystal Reporting Server), 3) Convert Reports From The Existing Hummingbird Reporting
Platform To The New Crystal Reporting Server Platform, 4) Clean, Standardize, And
Consolidate Legacy Reports Into A Single Reporting Platform For Easy Access And Usability,
And 5) Develop Custom Reports With Information Collected With The Crystal Reporting
Server Required For All Five Main Sections In The Police Department
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Broadway/Valdez District Specific Plan


12-0221 Subject:
From:
Department of Planning and Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning
Commission, To 1) Extend The D-Br Broadway Retail Frontage District Interim Combining
Zone Regulations In Oakland Planning Code Chapter 17.101c Until Final City Council
Adoption Of The Broadway/Valdez District Specific Plan And New Zoning Regulations; 2)
Make Minor Changes To The D-BR Zone Text, Including The Establishment Of A Pilot
Program In A Portion Of The D-BR Combining Zone Only To Allow A New Residential Facility
Type Called Micro Living Quarters With An Average Size Of 175 Square Feet Per Living
Quarter And The Potential For Accessory Ground Floor Work/Live Units; And 3) Modify The
Zoning Map To Remove The D-Br Combining Zone From Existing RM Mixed Housing Type
Residential Zones. The D-BR Zone Is Currently Located From 23rd St. In The South;
Highway 580 In The North; Webster St. And Lots On Or Near Broadway In The West; And
Brook St., Portions Of Valdez St., 27th St., And Harrison St. In The East
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Broadway/Valdez District Specific Plan
From:
Department of Planning and Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning
Commission, To 1) Extend The D-Br Broadway Retail Frontage District Interim Combining
Zone Regulations In Oakland Planning Code Chapter 17.101c Until Final City Council
Adoption Of The Broadway/Valdez District Specific Plan And New Zoning Regulations; 2)
Make Minor Changes To The D-BR Zone Text, Including The Establishment Of A Pilot
Program In A Portion Of The D-BR Combining Zone Only To Allow A New Residential Facility
Type Called Micro Living Quarters With An Average Size Of 175 Square Feet Per Living
Quarter And The Potential For Accessory Ground Floor Work/Live Units; And 3) Modify The
Zoning Map To Remove The D-Br Combining Zone From Existing RM Mixed Housing Type
Residential Zones. The D-BR Zone Is Currently Located From 23rd St. In The South;
Highway 580 In The North; Webster St. And Lots On Or Near Broadway In The West; And
Brook St., Portions Of Valdez St., 27th St., And Harrison St. In The East
2/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 161

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Emergency Services For Seniors


12-0222 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Accept And
Appropriate A Grant In An Amount Not To Exceed $100,000 From Scan Health Plan, A
California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation, For The Period Of January 1, 2013 Through
June 30, 2014 For The City Of Oakland Department Of Human Services, Aging And Adult
Services Information And Referral Program To Provide Financial Assistance For The
Emergency Needs Of Low Income And Vulnerable Seniors And To Provide Services To
Allow Seniors To Live Independently In Oakland; And 2) Enter Into Grant Agreements With
Service Providers To Provide Senior Services In Amounts Not To Exceed $10,000 Each
1/15/2013

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Excused

Subject:
Emergency Services For Seniors
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Accept And
Appropriate A Grant In An Amount Not To Exceed $100,000 From Scan Health Plan, A
California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation, For The Period Of January 1, 2013 Through
June 30, 2014 For The City Of Oakland Department Of Human Services, Aging And Adult
Services Information And Referral Program To Provide Financial Assistance For The
Emergency Needs Of Low Income And Vulnerable Seniors And To Provide Services To
Allow Seniors To Live Independently In Oakland; And 2) Enter Into Grant Agreements With
Service Providers To Provide Senior Services In Amounts Not To Exceed $10,000 Each
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Complete Streets Policy


12-0223 Subject:
From:
Department Of Public Works
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Adopting A Complete Streets Policy To Further Ensure That Oakland Streets
Provide Safe And Convenient Travel Options For All Users
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Election Of The Vice-Mayor Of The City Of Oakland


12-0224 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Electing Councilmember As Vice Mayor Of The City
Of Oakland For The Term Beginning January 7, 2013 And Ending January 5, 2014 Pursuant
To City Charter Section 208
1/7/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 162

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Election Of The President Of The Council


12-0225 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Electing Councilmember As President Of The City
Council Of The City Of Oakland For The Term Beginning January 7, 2013 And Ending
January 5, 2015 Pursuant To Resolution 82580 C.M.S.
1/7/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Election Of The President Pro Tempore


12-0226 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Electing Councilmember As President Pro Tempore
Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland For The Term Beginning January 7, 2013 And
Ending January 5, 2015 Pursuant To Resolution 82580 C.M.S.
1/7/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Appointments To City Of Oakland Council Committees


12-0227 Subject:
From:
Council President
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Pursuant To The Council's Rules Of Procedure
(Resolution No. 82580 C.M.S.) To Confirm The City Council President's Appointments Of
The Members And Chairpersons Of The Following Committees: Public Works, Finance And
Management, Community And Economic Development, Life Enrichment, Public Safety,
Rules And Legislation, And Education Partnership
1/9/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-32 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
1/15/2013

*Special Finance &


Management Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Excused

VMA Security Contact Option


12-0230 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Extend The
Contract With VMA Security Services To Continue Providing Private Security Services On An
"As Needed" Basis From January 1, 2013 Through June 30, 2014, Or Until The Additional
Capped Amount Of $100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Dollars) Is Expended, Whichever Is
Earliest
1/22/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 163

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Strategic Policy Partnership Contract Amendment


12-0231 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The
Contract With Strategic Policy Partnership, LLC In The Amount Of Two Hundred Fifty
Thousand Dollars ($250,000) To Hire A Consultant To Put In Place A Much Needed
Short-Term Crime Fighting Strategy And A Citywide Reduction And Community Safety plan
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Prospective Handgun Owner Letters


12-0232 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Urging The City Administrator To Request That The
Chief Of Police Send Letters To Prospective Handgun Purchasers Who Reside In The
Jurisdiction Informing Them Of Their Responsibilities As Firearm Owners
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Absent

Workers' Compensation Report - First Quarter


12-0233 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive A First Quarter Informational Report Regarding The City's
Workers' Compensation Program For Fiscal Year 2012-2013
2/13/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Excused

Add New EBMUD Treatment Facility


12-0234 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Adopting The Third Amendment To The City's
Non-Disposal Facility Element (A Recycling Planning Document Required By The State Of
California), Which Describes And Identifies Solid Waste, Recycling, And Processing Facilities
That City Residents, Businesses And Members Of The Public Use To Reduce Materials Sent
To Landfills, To Add A New Facility At The East Bay Municipal Utility District's Main Waste
Water Treatment Plant
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Equal Access Ordinance Supplemental Report


12-0191-1 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive The Equal Access To Services Ordinance (Ordinance No. 12324
CMS) Compliance Supplemental Report
2/13/2013

City of Oakland

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Page 164

Received and Filed

Voted: Excused

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Energy Council And Waste Management Joint Exercise Of Powers


12-0235 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following
Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Approving The Joint Exercise Of Powers Agreement Creating The Energy
Council And Agreeing To Become A Member Of The Energy Council; And
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0235-1 2) A Resolution Approving Designation Of The Alameda County Source Reduction And
Recycling Board As The Local Task Force Under State Law For The Purpose Of Reviewing
And Commenting On County Integrated Waste Management Plan Amendments

2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0235-2 3) A Resolution Approving An Amendment Of The Joint Exercise Of Powers Agreement


Creating The Alameda County Waste Management Authority

2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Mendoza


12-0236 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Roberto Mendoza In The Amount Of $13,520.00,
Arising Out Of An Oakland Police Operation (Oakland Police Department)
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Hamilton And Bowers


12-0237 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Fred Hamilton And Stephanie Bowers In The Amount
Of $39,547.24, Arising Out Of An Oakland Police Operation (Oakland Police Department)
1/22/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 165

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0238 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0239 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Court Order - Delphine Allen


12-0240 Subject:
From:
Offices Of The City Administrator And City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Expedited Purchasing Of Goods And
Services Directed By Court Appointed Compliance Director In Accordance With The United
States Federal District Courts December 12, 2012 Order, To Assist The City In Achieving
Compliance With The Negotiated Settlement Agreement ("NSA") And The Amended
Memorandum Of Understanding ("AMOU") In Delphine Allen V. City Of Oakland By: 1)
Waiving Competitive Advertising, Bidding And Request For Proposals/Qualifications
Purchasing Processes Set Forth In Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 2.04; 2) Waiving The
Arizona Boycott Policy, Resolution No. 82727; 3) Authorizing The City Administrator To
Execute On Behalf Of The City Contracts For The Purchase Of Goods And Services Directed
By The Compliance Director In An Amount Up To $250,000.00 Per Contract In Order For
The City To Comply With The AMOU And The Court's December 12, 2012 Order; 4)
Authorizing Direct Scheduling To Council Of Any NSA/AMOU Compliance-Related
Purchases That Require Council Approval; 5) Establishing Unlimited Summer Recess
Purchasing Authority For City Administrator For Such Purchases; And 6) Directing The City
Administrator To Provide Periodic Reports To The City Council Regarding The Amounts,
Nature And Purposes Of Purchases Of Goods And Services Made Pursuant To The Court's
Order
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Recognition Of Service - Danziger


12-0241 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing Steve Danziger For 25 Years Of
Commitment And Service To The Departments Of The City Of Oakland
1/22/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 166

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Travel Request
12-0242 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Gallo, Kalb, Gibson McElhaney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Councilmembers Noel Gallo, Dan Kalb,
And Lynette Gibson McElhaney To Travel To Sacramento To Attend The 2013 National
League Of Cities New Mayors And Councilmembers Academy From January 16 To 18, 2013
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Proposed Committee Meeting Times


12-0244 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Action On A Motion Pursuant To Rule 4 Of The Council's Rules Of
Procedure (Resolution No.79006 C.M.S. As Amended By Resolution No.82580 C.M.S.) To
Set The Meeting Times Of The Public Works, Finance & Management, Community &
Economic Development, Life Enrichment, Public Safety, Rules & Legislation And Education
Partnership Committees
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: No

Approve as Submitted

Appointment - County Coliseum Authority Board of Commissioners


12-0245 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Council Member Rebecca Kaplan As A
Member Of The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority Board Of Commissioners
Replacing Outgoing Council Member Desley Brooks Beginning January 21, 2013 And Ending
January 20, 2015
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Wildfire Preservation Board Appointments


12-0247 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Lawrence
Bryer And Katherine Moore As Members Of The Wildfire Prevention And Assessment District
Advisory Board
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Youth Advisory Board Appointments


12-0248 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Afolarin Adeleke, Remi Adeleke, Aaliyah
Carney, Eric Gant, Edward Gray. Donte Pharr, Munirah Harris, Sabah Harris, Olivia Lucas,
Sydney Nguyen, John Noel, Kamari Quinones, Bryce Showes, Marquis Smith, Lilly
Tahmasebi, Raja'a Williams And Carmen Zheng As Members Of The Oakland Youth
Advisory Commission
1/22/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 167

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Library Advisory Commission Appointment - Victoria A. Barbero


12-0249 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Victoria A.
Barbero As A Member Of The Library Advisory Commission
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board Appointments


12-0250 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Peter
Birkholz And Reappointment Of Mary E. Macdonald As Members Of The Landmarks
Preservation Advisory Board
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Public Ethics Commission Appointment


12-0251 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Eddie A.
Tejada To The Public Ethics Commission
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Commission On Aging Appointments


12-0252 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Joyce
Batiste, Patrick J. Forte And Sylvia Stadmire And Reappointment Of Rochelle S. Zak, M.D.
As Members Of The Commission On Aging
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Assault Weapon Ban


12-0253 Subject:
From:
Offices Of The City Attorney, Mayor, and Councilmembers Kaplan And Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland,
California (1) Declaring A Public Health And Safety Crisis In Oakland And Throughout Our
Nation Due To Deaths And Injuries Caused By Firearms And, In Particular Semiautomatic,
Military-Style And Stolen Firearms (2) Calling Upon The United States ("U.S.") Senate And
House Of Representatives To Immediately Reinstate The Federal Assault Weapons Ban,
Ban Ammunition Magazines In Excess Of Ten Rounds, Require Background Checks For All
Gun Sales, Require Reporting Of Lost Or Stolen Firearms, Establish A National Registry Of
Lost Or Stolen Firearms, And Require Firearms Be Secured In Unoccupied Homes Or
Businesses And (3) Calling Upon The California Legislature And California Congressional
Delegation To Advocate For, Introduce And Support Federal Legislation To Implement These
Measures And Regulate Civilian Use Of Ammunition And Military-Style Weapons To Reduce
Deaths And Injuries In The U.S. Caused By Firearms
1/22/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council
Page 168

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Divest Investments In Weapons Companies


12-0254 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The Oakland City Council (1) Declaring A City
Policy Prohibiting The City From Holding Any Investment Or Ownership Stake In Any
Manufacturer Of Firearms Or Ammunition, (2) Directing The City Administrator To Examine
The City's Holdings And Future Investments To Assure That The City Complies With This
City Policy, (3) Urging The Police And Fire Retirement System Board And The Oakland
Municipal Employees Retirement System Board To Adopt A Similar Policy, And (4) Urging
Other State And Local Jurisdictions To Prohibit Investment Of Their Public Funds In
Manufacturers Of Firearms Or Ammunition.
2/13/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Excused

Subject:
Divest Investments In Weapons Companies
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The Oakland City Council (1) Declaring A City
Policy Prohibiting The City From Holding Any Investment Or Ownership Stake In Any
Manufacturer Of Firearms Or Ammunition, (2) Directing The City Administrator To Examine
The City's Holdings And Future Investments To Assure That The City Complies With This
City Policy, (3) Urging The Police And Fire Retirement System Board And The Oakland
Municipal Employees Retirement System Board To Adopt A Similar Policy, And (4) Urging
Other State And Local Jurisdictions To Prohibit Investment Of Their Public Funds In
Manufacturers Of Firearms Or Ammunition.
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Subject:
Divest Investments In Weapons Companies
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The Oakland City Council (1) Declaring A City
Policy Prohibiting The City From Holding Any Investment Or Ownership Stake In Any
Manufacturer Of Firearms Or Ammunition, (2) Directing The City Administrator To Examine
The City's Holdings And Future Investments To Assure That The City Complies With This
City Policy, (3) Urging The Police And Fire Retirement System Board And The Oakland
Municipal Employees Retirement System Board To Adopt A Similar Policy, And (4) Urging
Other State And Local Jurisdictions To Prohibit Investment Of Their Public Funds In
Manufacturers Of Firearms Or Ammunition.
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 169

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Safe Routes Transit Grant For Uptown Bike Station


12-0256 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A City Of Oakland Resolution To Accept The 2012 Metropolitan
Transportation Commission's (MTC) Regional Measure 2 Safe Routes To Transit Grant Of
Five Hundred Thirty-One Thousand Dollars ($531,000.00) For The Uptown Bike Station;
Comply With Regional Measure 2 Policy And Procedures In The Implementation Of The
Grant; Authorize The City Administrator To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding
(MOU) With The Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) For Support Of The Operations And
Management Of The Station; And Contribute Operating Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed
Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) [TITLE CHANGE]
9/17/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Budget Advisory Committee Appointment - Sabbag


12-0257 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Jessamyn
Sabbag To The Budget Advisory Committee
1/22/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Electronic Filing Of Campaign Statements


12-0258 Subject:
From:
Offices Of Councilmember Schaaf, The City Attorney, And The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Title Three Chapter 3.12 Articles I, II, VI
And VII Of The Oakland Municipal Code And Adding Article IX Requiring Electronic Filing Of
Campaign Statements For (1) Candidates Seeking Election In The City Of Oakland, (2)
Committees Formed Or Existing Primarily To Support Or Oppose An Oakland Candidate(s)
Or To Support Or Oppose The Qualification Of Or Passage Of, An Oakland Ballot Measure,
And (3) General Purpose Committees Active Only In Oakland
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Electronic Filing Of Campaign Statements
From:
Offices Of Councilmember Schaaf, The City Attorney, And The City Clerk
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Title Three Chapter 3.12 Articles I, II, VI
And VII Of The Oakland Municipal Code And Adding Article IX Requiring Electronic Filing Of
Campaign Statements For (1) Candidates Seeking Election In The City Of Oakland, (2)
Committees Formed Or Existing Primarily To Support Or Oppose An Oakland Candidate(s)
Or To Support Or Oppose The Qualification Of Or Passage Of, An Oakland Ballot Measure,
And (3) General Purpose Committees Active Only In Oakland
3/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 170

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Chabot Space And Science Center JPA Agreement


12-0259 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Amendment Of The Chabot Space And
Science Center Joint Power Authority Agreement To Eliminate The Requirement That One
Of The East Bay Regional Park District's Representatives To The Center's Board Must Be
Filled By A Member Of The Park District's Board Of Directors
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Complete Streets Policy


12-0223-1 Subject:
From:
Department Of Public Works
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Title 12 And 16 Of The Oakland
Municipal Code 1) Clarifying And Updating Street Design Standards; And 2) Designating The
Public Works Director Or Designee Responsible For Updating And Establishing Design And
Construction Standards Consistent With The Complete Streets Approach
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Complete Streets Policy
From:
Department Of Public Works
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Title 12 And 16 Of The Oakland
Municipal Code 1) Clarifying And Updating Street Design Standards; And 2) Designating The
Public Works Director Or Designee Responsible For Updating And Establishing Design And
Construction Standards Consistent With The Complete Streets Approach
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

CAFR Year Ended June 30, 2012 And Management Letter


12-0260 Subject:
From:
Offices Of The City Administrator And The Controller
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Comprehensive Annual
Financial Report For The Year Ended June 30, 2012 And The Management Letter
2/13/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Received and Forwarded

Voted: Excused

Subject:
CAFR Year Ended June 30, 2012 And Management Letter
From:
Offices Of The City Administrator And The Controller
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Comprehensive Annual
Financial Report For The Year Ended June 30, 2012 And The Management Letter
2/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 171

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Wildfire Prevention Audit Report For FY 2011-2012


12-0261 Subject:
From:
Offices Of The City Administrator And The Controller
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Wildfire Prevention
Assessment District Audit Report For The Year Ended June 30, 2012
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Settlement Agreement - Robinson


12-0263 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Elmirie Robinson v. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG12-617455 In The Amount Of $15,000.00 As A Result Of A Trip
And Fall Accident On 47th Street (OPW)
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Alderson


12-0264 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of John Alderson v. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG11-581103 In The Amount Of $100,000.00 As A Result Of
Wrongful Termination (Office Of Public Works - OPW)
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Dunn


12-0265 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Joyce Dunn v. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG11-606266 In The Amount Of $34,500.00 As A Result Of A Trip
And Fall Accident On 25th Street (OPW)
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0266 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
2/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 172

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0267 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
2/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

ORA And ORSA Audited Financial Statements For FY 2011-2012


12-0268 Subject:
From:
Offices Of The City Administrator And The Controller
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Oakland
Redevelopment Agency ("ORA") Audited Financial Report For The Period July 1, 2011
Through January 31, 2012 And The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency ("ORSA")
Audited Financial Report For The Period Inception (February 1, 2012) Through June 30,
2012
2/13/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Received and Forwarded

Voted: Excused

Subject:
ORA And ORSA Audited Financial Statements For FY 2011-2012
From:
Offices Of The City Administrator And The Controller
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Oakland
Redevelopment Agency ("ORA") Audited Financial Report For The Period July 1, 2011
Through January 31, 2012 And The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency ("ORSA")
Audited Financial Report For The Period Inception (February 1, 2012) Through June 30,
2012
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-34 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
2/13/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Excused

Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule


12-0269 Subject:
From:
Offices Of The City Administrator And Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency (ORSA)
Resolution Approving The Submission Of A Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule And
Successor Agency Administrative Budget For July Through December 2013 To The Oakland
Oversight Board, The County, And The State
2/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 173

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Citizens Options For Public Safety Grant FY 2011


12-0270 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Accept And Appropriate A Fiscal Year 2011-2013 State Of California Citizens Options For
Public Safety Grant (State Cops Grant Fiscal Year 201l-2013) In An Amount Not To Exceed
Six Hundred Thirty Four Thousand And Six Hundred Seventeen Dollars ($634,617) To Fund
Equipment Purchase, Equipment Repair And Maintenance, And Personnel Training For the
Oakland Police Department In Accordance With The Spending Plan
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0273 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0274 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Violence Prevention And Public Safety Oversight Committee Appointment


12-0275 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Jahaziel Bonilla As A Member Of The
Violence Prevention And Public Safety Oversight Committee
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Commission On Aging Appointment


12-0276 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Corinne Jan
As A Member Of The Commission On Aging
2/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 174

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Recognition Of Service - Deputy Fire Chief James Williams


12-0277 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing And Honoring Deputy Fire Chief James
Williams For 22 Years Of Dedicated Services To The City Of Oakland
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Cash Management Report


12-0278 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive A Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended December
31, 2012
3/12/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Received and Forwarded

Voted: Excused

Subject:
Cash Management Report
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive A Cash Management Report For The Quarter Ended December
31, 2012
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Biennial Report Of The Cannabis Regulatory Commission


12-0279 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive A Biennial Report From The Cannabis Regulatory Commission
(Formerly Named The Measure Z Oversight Committee) To The Oakland City Council For
Calendar Years 2011 And 2012
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

* Withdrawn and
Rescheduled

Voted: Aye

SAFER Grant 2012


12-0280 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To: 1) Enter Into A Grant Agreement With The Federal Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA) To Accept Staffing For Adequate Fire Emergency Response (Safer) Grant Funds In
The Amount Of Seven Million Seven Hundred Eighty Two Thousand Two Hundred And Forty
Dollars ($7,782,240), And 2) Accept, Appropriate, And Administer Safer Grant Funds, And 3)
Expend Funds To Hire Twenty-Four Firefighters For The Oakland Fire Department From
March 9, 2013 Through March 8, 2015, Provided The City's Hiring Policies Are Followed
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 175

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Children's Fairyland Board


12-0283 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Nashwa
Emam To The Children's Fairyland Board
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Recognition Of Service: Mary Miles


12-0284 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Commending Mary Miles For Over 28 Years Of
Outstanding And Dedicated Service And Congratulating Her On The Occasion Of Her
Retirement
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Salary Ordinance Amendment - New Classifications


12-0286 Subject:
From:
Department of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Classifications Of Revenue Analyst,
Principal; Pool Technician; Pool Technician, PPT; And Pool Technician, PT
2/26/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Salary Ordinance Amendment - New Classifications
From:
Department of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Classifications Of Revenue Analyst,
Principal; Pool Technician; Pool Technician, PPT; And Pool Technician, PT
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Subject:
Salary Ordinance Amendment - New Classifications
From:
Department of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Classifications Of Revenue Analyst,
Principal; Pool Technician; Pool Technician, PPT; And Pool Technician, PT
3/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 176

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Salary Ordinance Amendment - UM1/UM2 Classifications


12-0287 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Recommending To The Civil Service Board The Exemption Of The Following
Classification From The Operation Of The Civil Service: Manager, Human Services; And
2/26/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Salary Ordinance Amendment - UM1/UM2 Classifications
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Recommending To The Civil Service Board The Exemption Of The Following
Classification From The Operation Of The Civil Service: Manager, Human Services; And
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Reallocation of Measure WW Funds


12-0288 Subject:
From:
Office Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The East Bay Regional Park District's
Reallocation Of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) Of Local Grant Program Of The Open
Space, Wildlife, Shoreline And Parks Bond (2008 Measure WW) From The City's Police
Athletic League Camp To The Chabot Space And Science Center Outdoor Redwoods Camp
And To Approve The Remittance Of Funds From The East Bay Regional Park District
Directly To Chabot Space And Science Center
2/26/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Reallocation of Measure WW Funds
From:
Office Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The East Bay Regional Park District's
Reallocation Of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) Of Local Grant Program Of The Open
Space, Wildlife, Shoreline And Parks Bond (2008 Measure WW) From The City's Police
Athletic League Camp To The Chabot Space And Science Center Outdoor Redwoods Camp
And To Approve The Remittance Of Funds From The East Bay Regional Park District
Directly To Chabot Space And Science Center
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 177

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Coliseum Way Bridge Contract & Grant


12-0289 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract For
The Seismic Retrofit Of Coliseum Way Bridge (Project No. C346810) To Disney
Construction, Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In The Amount Of Two
Million Eight Hundred Fourteen Thousand Nine Hundred Fourteen Dollars ($2,814,914.00) In
Accord With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's Bid; And
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Appropriate Funds for City's Network & Telephone Upgrades


12-0290 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Waiving Formal Advertising And Competitive
Bidding And The Request For Proposals/Request For Qualifications ("RFP/RFQ")
Requirements And Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Negotiate And
Enter Into A Contract With Shoretel Or An Authorized Reseller For Professional Services,
Hardware And Software To Upgrade The Shoretel Telephone System And Annual
Maintenance For An Amount Not To Exceed $275,000.00 Annually Or $825,000.00 For A
Contract Term Of 3 Years, And 2) Waiving Formal Advertising And Competitive Bidding And
The Request For Proposals/Request For Qualifications ("RFP/RFQ") Requirements And
Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Negotiate And Enter Into A Contract
With Enterasys Networks Or An Authorized Reseller For The Upgrade Of Hardware,
Software, Professional Services And Maintenance Of The City Services Enterasys Network
For An Implementation Cost Not-To-Exceed $1,200,000.00 And An Annual Maintenance
Amount Not To Exceed $150,000.00 Per Year For A Term Of 5 Years, For A Grand Total
Contract Amount Of $1,950,000.00; And 3) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Appropriate Current And Future Funds In Internal Services Fund 4210 For The
Ongoing Cost Associated With The Delivery Of Telephone, Network And
Telecommunications Services Without Return To Council. These Costs Include Upgrade Of
The Telephone And Network Equipment, Maintenance And Support, Telephone Lines And
Installation Services.
3/12/2013

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 178

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Excused

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Appropriate Funds for City's Network & Telephone Upgrades


12-0290 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: (1) Waiving Formal Advertising And Competitive
Bidding And The Request For Proposals/Request For Qualifications ("RFP/RFQ")
Requirements And Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Negotiate And
Enter Into A Contract With Shoretel Or An Authorized Reseller For Professional Services,
Hardware And Software To Upgrade The Shoretel Telephone System And Annual
Maintenance For An Amount Not To Exceed $275,000.00 Annually Or $825,000.00 For A
Contract Term Of 3 Years, And 2) Waiving Formal Advertising And Competitive Bidding And
The Request For Proposals/Request For Qualifications ("RFP/RFQ") Requirements And
Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Negotiate And Enter Into A Contract
With Enterasys Networks Or An Authorized Reseller For The Upgrade Of Hardware,
Software, Professional Services And Maintenance Of The City Services Enterasys Network
For An Implementation Cost Not-To-Exceed $1,200,000.00 And An Annual Maintenance
Amount Not To Exceed $150,000.00 Per Year For A Term Of 5 Years, For A Grand Total
Contract Amount Of $1,950,000.00; And 3) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Appropriate Current And Future Funds In Internal Services Fund 4210 For The
Ongoing Cost Associated With The Delivery Of Telephone, Network And
Telecommunications Services Without Return To Council. These Costs Include Upgrade Of
The Telephone And Network Equipment, Maintenance And Support, Telephone Lines And
Installation Services.
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Revise Neighborhood Stabilization Program Allocations


12-0291 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolutions No. 81933 C.M.S. And No.
83641 C.M.S. To Swap Up To $750,000 Of HUD Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1
(NSP1) Funds Allocated To Urban Strategies Council For The Oakland Community Land
Trust With Up To $750,000 Of HUD Home Funds Allocated To East Bay Asian Local
Development Corporation For The California Hotel Rehabilitation Project
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Housing NOFA Awards


12-0292 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Appropriating $29,884 From The Howie Investment Partnerships Fund For
Housing Development Project Funding;
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0292-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing An Affordable Housing Development Loan In An Amount Not To


Exceed $2,000,000 To East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation And The Related
Companies Of California For The Lion Creek Crossings Senior Phase V Rental Project
Located At 6710-6760 Lion Way;

3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 179

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0292-2 3) A Resolution Authorizing An Affordable Housing Development Loan In An Amount Not To
Exceed $1,960,000 To Resources For Community Development For The 1701 Martin Luther
King Jr. Way Project; And

3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0292-3 4) A Resolution Amending A $941,124 Loan To The Gamelin-California Association For The
Providence House Affordable Housing Project To Extend The Maturity Date

3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

CalHome Grant Application


12-0294 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds From The California Department Of Housing And
Community Development In An Amount Not To Exceed $1.5 Million Under The CalHome
Program For First-Time Homebuyer Mortgage Assistance Programs
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Library Telecommunications Proposal


12-0295 Subject:
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Execute An "Authorization To Order" To Allow Oakland Public Library To Receive Local,
Long Distance, Data Transmission, Internet and Voice Over Internet Protocol
Telecommunications Services From AT&T In Fiscal Year 2013-2014 At A Cost To Be
Determined By Usage Rates And To Receive Wide Area Network (WAN) Services In Fiscal
Years 2013- 2018 With A Potential Deep Discount Using E-Rate And California Teleconnect
Funds (CTF) At The Cost of $6150 Per Month
2/26/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Library Telecommunications Proposal
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Execute An "Authorization To Order" To Allow Oakland Public Library To Receive Local,
Long Distance, Data Transmission, Internet and Voice Over Internet Protocol
Telecommunications Services From AT&T In Fiscal Year 2013-2014 At A Cost To Be
Determined By Usage Rates And To Receive Wide Area Network (WAN) Services In Fiscal
Years 2013- 2018 With A Potential Deep Discount Using E-Rate And California Teleconnect
Funds (CTF) At The Cost of $6150 Per Month
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 180

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Library Grant For Software Development


12-0296 Subject:
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Grant Funds In The Amount of $53,500 From The Bay Area Library
And Information System (BALIS) And $15,000 From Pacific Library Partnership (PLP) For
The Development of A Library Software Platform Called "Play@Your Library".
2/26/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Library Grant For Software Development
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Grant Funds In The Amount of $53,500 From The Bay Area Library
And Information System (BALIS) And $15,000 From Pacific Library Partnership (PLP) For
The Development of A Library Software Platform Called "Play@Your Library".
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Library Advisory Commission Appointment


12-0297 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Roy Chan
As A Member Of The Library Advisory Commission
2/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 181

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreements - OPD Unlawful Searches


12-0298 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim For Attorneys' Fees And Costs Incurred In Legal Motions
In The Following Cases (Oakland Police Department - Unlawful Search) In Amount Of One
Hundred Seventy-nine Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty-Nine Dollars And Ninety-Seven Cents
($179,969.97): James Taylor And Robert Forbes v. City Of Oakland, et al., United States
District Court No. C04-04843 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS26446; Darnell Foster, Rafael
Duarte And Yancie Young v. City Of Oakland, et al. United States District Court No.
C05-03110 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS02705; Jimmy Rider v. City Of Oakland, et al.
United States Distrcit Court No. C05-03204 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS02719; Tyrone
Moore And Deandre Wash v. City Of Oakland, et al., United States District Court No.
C06-02426SI; City Attorney's File No. SS24386; Jeffrie Miller, Richard Tillman, Jason Cagler,
Jomal Reed, Curtis Freeman, Glenn Lovely And Kevin Bradley v. City Of Oakland, et al.,
United States District Court No. C07-01773 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS25571; John Smith,
Robert Davis, Meheret Aneteneh, Jamel Parrish, Yusef Morris, Elbert Owens, Raheem Hill
And Sherman Dunn v. City Of Oakland, et al., United States District Court No. C07-06298 SI;
City Attorney's File No. SS25818; David Ward, James Tyson, And Tony Armstrong v. City Of
Oakland, et al., United States District Court No. C07-04179 SI; City Attorney's File No.
SS25880; Terrell Turner, Robert Young, Orlando Moore And Anthony Jackson v. City Of
Oakland, et al., United States District Court No. C08-03114 SI; City Attorney's File No.
SS26566; Lawrence Coley v. City Of Oakland, et al., United States District Court No.
C08-04255 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS26767; Rahsan Kountz v. City Of Oakland, et al,
United States District Court No. C09-05318 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS27508; Courtney
Brown v. City Of Oakland, et al, United States District Court No. C11-04904; City Attorney's
File No. SS26767-1; Larry Noble, Jr. v. City Of Oakland, et al., United States District Court
No. C11-04906 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS26767-2; Nkukwe Okoli v. City Of Oakland. et
al., United States District Court No. C11-04907 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS26767-3;
Quincy Smith v. City Of Oakland, et al., United States District Court No. C11-04909 SI; City
Attorney's File No. SS26767-4; Thomas Romerson v. City Of Oakland, et al., United States
District Court No. C11-04908 SI; City Attorney's File No. SS27508-1; Stephen Johnson v. City
Of Oakland, et al., United States District Court No. C11-04905; City Attorney's File No.
SS27508-2; B. M., A Minor, By And Through His Next Friend, Felicia Williams v. City Of
Oakland, et al., United States District Court No. C11-04903 SI; City Attorney's File No.
SS27508-3
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

City Attorney's Protocols Regarding Outside Counsel


12-0299 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From City Attorney Regarding City
Attorney's Powers, Procedures And Protocols For Retention Of Outside Counsel
4/9/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: No

Received and Filed

Travel Authorization - Brooks National League Of Cities


12-0301 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Councilmember Desley Brooks To Travel
To Washington, D.C. To Attend The 2013 National League Of Cities Congressional City
Conference From March 9-13, 2013
2/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 182

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Appropriations Limits Amendment


12-0302 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The Appropriations Limits For Fiscal Years
(FY) 2010-2011, 2011-2012, And 2012-2013 Pursuant To Article XIIIB Of The California
Constitution
2/26/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Appropriations Limits Amendment
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The Appropriations Limits For Fiscal Years
(FY) 2010-2011, 2011-2012, And 2012-2013 Pursuant To Article XIIIB Of The California
Constitution
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Open Data Day


12-0304 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing February 23, 2013 As Open Data Day In
Oakland, California
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Salary Ordinance Amendment - UM1/UM2 Classifications


12-0287-1 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Change The Bargaining Unit Designation From UM 1
To UM2 For The Classifications Of Administrative Services Manager II; Business Analyst IV;
Manager, Marketing Program; Open Government Coordinator; Project Manager II; And
Manager, Zoning; And To Add The Classifications Of Manager, Sustainability Program;
Manager, Oracle Operations; Manager, Technology Program; Manager, Rent Adjustment
Program; And Manager, Human Services
2/26/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Salary Ordinance Amendment - UM1/UM2 Classifications
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Change The Bargaining Unit Designation From UM 1
To UM2 For The Classifications Of Administrative Services Manager II; Business Analyst IV;
Manager, Marketing Program; Open Government Coordinator; Project Manager II; And
Manager, Zoning; And To Add The Classifications Of Manager, Sustainability Program;
Manager, Oracle Operations; Manager, Technology Program; Manager, Rent Adjustment
Program; And Manager, Human Services
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 183

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Salary Ordinance Amendment - UM1/UM2 Classifications


12-0287-1 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Change The Bargaining Unit Designation From UM 1
To UM2 For The Classifications Of Administrative Services Manager II; Business Analyst IV;
Manager, Marketing Program; Open Government Coordinator; Project Manager II; And
Manager, Zoning; And To Add The Classifications Of Manager, Sustainability Program;
Manager, Oracle Operations; Manager, Technology Program; Manager, Rent Adjustment
Program; And Manager, Human Services
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

12-0289-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And Appropriate Up To Three
Million Six Hundred One Thousand Fifty-Nine Dollars ($3,601,059.00) Of Federal Highway
Administration And State Proposition 1B Funds For The Seismic Retrofit Of Coliseum Way
Bridge (Project No. C346810)

3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Citizens' Police Review Board Appointments


12-0305 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Denise K.
Top, Dominic V. Signorotti And Derrick H. Muhammad And Appointment Of Chris Brown As
Members Of the Citizens' Police Review Board
2/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-35 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
2/26/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Crime Suppression Assistance - CHP


12-0306 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding With The California Highway Patrol (CHP)
For Sixty (60) Days Of Crime Suppression Assistance Whereby CHP Will Deploy 10 Officers
In Five, Double Unit Patrol Vehicles And Two Sergeants In A Supervisor Vehicle, Two Days
Per Week, At A Cost Not To Exceed One Hundred And Sixty Two Thousand Dollars
($162,000).
2/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 184

Adopted as Amended

Voted: No

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Delinquent Transient Occupancy Taxes


12-0308 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The
Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Transient Occupancy Taxes And Confirming
The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 4.24 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien
And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; Or
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Mandatory Garbage Fees


12-0309 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The
Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Garbage Service Fees And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien
And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; Or
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes


12-0310 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The
Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And
Confirming The Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As
Necessary - Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The
Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For
Collection; Or
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0311 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 185

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0312 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

MOU For 6701 San Pablo Avenue


12-0313 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing A Memorandum Of Understanding By
And Among The City Of Oakland, The City Of Berkeley And The City Of Emeryville For The
Development Of 6701 San Pablo Avenue, A Property Located Within Each Of The Three
Jurisdictions
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Debarment Process For Goldman Sachs


12-0314 Subject:
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report With Possible Action Updating And
Explaining The Process Of Debarring Goldman Sachs From Doing Any Future Business With
The City
4/9/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Debarment Process For Goldman Sachs
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report With Possible Action Updating And
Explaining The Process Of Debarring Goldman Sachs From Doing Any Future Business With
The City
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Continued

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Debarment Process For Goldman Sachs
From:
Finance And Management Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report With Possible Action Updating And
Explaining The Process Of Debarring Goldman Sachs From Doing Any Future Business With
The City
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 186

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

City Audits Since November 2011


12-0315 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Auditor
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Office Of The City Auditor On
All Audits Issued Since November 2011
3/12/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Received and Forwarded

Voted: Excused

Subject:
City Audits Since November 2011
From:
Office Of The City Auditor
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report From The Office Of The City Auditor On
All Audits Issued Since November 2011
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai, LLP Second Contract Amendment


12-0316 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The
Contract With Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai, LLP To Complete Additional
Investigation-Related Work On Police Misconduct Claims Resulting From Occupy Oakland
Protest Incidents, Increasing The Budget By Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) For A
Total Contract Amount Of One Hundred Forty-Five Thousand Dollars ($145,000)
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

ABAG Appointments
12-0317 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing The Following To Positions To The
Executive Board And General Assembly Of The Association Of Bay Area Governments:
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan And Councilmember Libby Schaaf To The Executive Board,
Councilmembers Lynette Gibson McElhaney And Dan Kalb As Alternate Members Of The
Executive Board, To Complete The Two-Year Terms That Commenced On July 1, 2012 And
End On June 30, 2014, And Councilmember Libby Schaaf As An Alternate Member To The
General Assembly
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

ACTC Alternate Appointment


12-0318 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Councilmember Dan Kalb As An Alternate
To The Alameda County Transportation Commission
3/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 187

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

ACWMA Appointment
12-0319 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Councilmember Dan Kalb As A Member
Of The Alameda County Waste Management Authority (ACWMA) And Appointing President
Pro Tem Rebecca Kaplan As An Alternate Member Of The ACWMA
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

BRT Policy Steering Committee Appointment


12-0320 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Councilmember Noel Gallo As A Member
And Councilmember Dan Kalb As An Alternate Member To The Alameda-Contra Costa
Transit District's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Policy Steering Committee
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Settlement Agreement - Allen


12-0321 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Settle
Attorney Fees And Costs Arising Out Of The Receivership Proceedings In The Case Of
Delphine Allen, Et Al. V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United States District Court Case No.
C00-4599-Teh, City Attorney's File No: R20752, In The Total Amount Of Six Hundred
Eighty-One Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-Eight Dollars And Forty Cents ($681,628.40)
Made Payable, In Separate Drafts, To Plaintiffs' Counsel As Follows: James B. Chanin, In
The Amount Of Two Hundred Eighty-Five Thousand One Hundred Forty Dollars And Twenty
Cents ($285,140.20); Julie M. Houk, In The Amount Of Two Hundred Fifty-Two Thousand Six
Hundred Three Dollars And No Cents ($252,603.00); And John L. Burris, In The Amount Of
One Hundred Forty-Three Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty-Five Dollars And Twenty Cents
($143,885.20) (Police Services Agency)
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Settlement Agreement - PFRS


12-0322 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Single Issue Raised In The Appeal By The Police And Fire
Retirement System From Judgment In The Case Of City Of Oakland v. Oakland Police And
Fire Retirement System, et al., Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG 11580626 In
Exchange For The Parties Mutual Agreement To Follow Procedural Notice Protocols Prior To
Filing A Lawsuit
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 188

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

First Friday Security Report


12-0323 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Costs Of Providing Security
For The First Friday Events In Downtown Oakland And An Informational Report On The
Existing Contract Agreement For The Private Security Company Providing Services For The
Frank Ogawa Plaza And/Or For First Friday Events
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

2013 Bike To Work Day and Month


12-0325 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Proclaiming Thursday, May 9, 2013, As The City Of
Oakland's 20th Annual Bike To Work Day, And The Month Of May, 2013, As City Of Oakland
Bike Month
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Measure Y Appointment - Barnett


12-0326 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Peter D. Barnett As A Member Of The
Violence Prevention And Public Safety Oversight Committee
3/5/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Housing, Residential Rent And Relocation Board Appointments


12-0327 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Noah
Frigault And Tyfahra D. Singleton And Reappointment Of Craig Castellanet And Beverly A.
Williams To The Housing, Residential Rent And Relocation Board
3/5/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 189

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Ordinance Amending OMC Chapter 5.64 "Taxicab Operations"


12-0328 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code (OMC) Chapter
5.64 (Taxicabs) To A) Establish Criteria, As Required By State Law, To Investigate
Unpermitted Taxicab Operations; B) Clarify Provisions Regarding Use Of Credit Cards; C)
Removal Of Dispatch Service Requirement For Companies With Fewer Than Five Taxis; D)
Add Option Of Electronic Waybills For Documenting Taxi Usage; E) Establish A Fleet Of
Ramped Taxis For Transporting Passengers With Disabilities And A Ratio Of Such Taxis To
Oakland's Regular Taxis; F) Establish Vehicle Age And Alternative Fuel Requirements; G)
Authorize The City Administrator To Promulgate Standards Of Comportment For Drivers And
To Provide For Permit Suspension, Revocation, And Non-Renewal On The Basis Of
Violations; And H) Eliminate Expired Section Of OMC Chapter 5.64
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
Ordinance Amending OMC Chapter 5.64 "Taxicab Operations"
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code (OMC) Chapter
5.64 (Taxicabs) To A) Establish Criteria, As Required By State Law, To Investigate
Unpermitted Taxicab Operations; B) Clarify Provisions Regarding Use Of Credit Cards; C)
Removal Of Dispatch Service Requirement For Companies With Fewer Than Five Taxis; D)
Add Option Of Electronic Waybills For Documenting Taxi Usage; E) Establish A Fleet Of
Ramped Taxis For Transporting Passengers With Disabilities And A Ratio Of Such Taxis To
Oakland's Regular Taxis; F) Establish Vehicle Age And Alternative Fuel Requirements; G)
Authorize The City Administrator To Promulgate Standards Of Comportment For Drivers And
To Provide For Permit Suspension, Revocation, And Non-Renewal On The Basis Of
Violations; And H) Eliminate Expired Section Of OMC Chapter 5.64
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Abstained

Realignment Of Existing Harbord Drive Sewer Easement


12-0329 Subject:
From:
Department Of Building, Planning And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving A Realignment Of An Existing Sanitary
Sewer Easement Located At 4845, 4851, And 4857 Harbord Drive And Accepting Offers Of
Dedication From The Property Owners To Widen The Easement To Facilitate Maintenance
By The City
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2148 Broadway, Existing Under-Sidewalk Basement Encroachment


12-0330 Subject:
From:
Department Of Building, Planning And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting Dudley Franklin Investors LLC A
Conditional And Revocable Permit To Allow An Existing Under-Sidewalk Basement For The
Goldwater Building Located At 2148 Broadway To Encroach Into The Public Right-Of-Way
Along The Building's Frontage On Broadway
3/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 190

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Existing Building Facade Encroachment, 427 Clifton Street


12-0331 Subject:
From:
Department Of Building, Planning And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Granting Clifton And Boyd LLC A Revocable And
Conditional Permit To Allow Portions Of The Existing Facade, Utility Meters, And Irrigation
Piping For A Building Located At 427 Clifton Street To Encroach Into The Public
Right-Of-Way Along Clifton Street And Boyd Avenue
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Resolution Honoring Kevin Grant


12-0332 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf And Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Kevin Grant For His Work Preventing
Violence And For Being Awarded The 2012 California Peace Prize By The California
Wellness Foundation
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-36 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
3/12/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Excused

Received and Filed

Internal Affairs Complaint Intake Transfer


12-0333 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Receive A Report And Possible Action On The Status Of The Transfer
Of The Internal Affairs Complaint Intake Function From OPD To The City Administrator's
Office, The Funding For Which Was Approved By The City Council As Part Of The Fiscal
Year 2011-2013 Budget
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approve with the following


amendments

Support For AB 564: Redevelopment


12-0334 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 564 Prohibiting The
Department Of Finance From Taking Any Future Action To Modify The Enforceable
Obligations After Review By The Oversight Board
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 191

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Support For AB 243: Infrastructure And Revitalization Financing District


12-0335 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 243 (Atkins, Bonta, And
Perez) Authorizing The Creation Of An Infrastructure And Revitalization Financing District, As
Defined, And The Issuance Of Debt With 55% Voter Approval
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Support For AB 229: Infrastructure And Revitalization Financing District


12-0336 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 229 (Perez, Atkins,
Bonilla, Bonta, Cooley, Dickinson, Gordon And Torres) Authorizing The Creation Of
Infrastructure And Revitalization Financing Districts To Finance Projects In Redevelopment
Project Areas And Former Military Bases
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Absent

Adopted

Support For SCA 11: Local Special Taxes Vote Threshold


12-0337 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of SCA 11 (Hancock) "Reform Of The
Local Special Taxes Vote Threshold" Which Would Lower The Vote Threshold For
Increasing Most Special Taxes From 2/3s To 55%
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Professional Service Contract - Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai, LLP


12-0338 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Waiving Advertising And The Request For Proposals
Process, And Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend The September 2012 Services
Contract With Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai, LLP, Public Law Group, For Assistance With
Miscellaneous Employees Union Negotiations, To Increase The Amount Of Negotiations
Work, Extend The Term Of The Contract To March 31, 2014, And Increase The Contract By
An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00), For A Total
Contract Amount Of One Hundred Ninety Thousand Dollars ($190,000)
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Crisis In Higher Education & College Works Scholarship Program


12-0339 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Overview On The Crisis In Higher
Education And College Works Scholarship Program
5/14/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 192

Continued

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Crisis In Higher Education & College Works Scholarship Program


12-0339 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Overview On The Crisis In Higher
Education And College Works Scholarship Program
5/28/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Public Safety Interagency Partnership Priorities List


12-0340 Subject:
From:
Office Of Councilmember Noel Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing Oakland's Public Safety Interagency
Partnership Priorities List For 2013 To Support Safety And Order In The City Of Oakland
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0341 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0342 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement (Pratt)


12-0343 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Sedina Pratt v. City Of Oakland, In The Amount Of
$47,000.00 As A Result Of Wrongful Termination (Public Library - OPL)
3/19/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 193

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement (Florencia L. Mendoza)


12-0344 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Florencia L. Mendoza v. City Of Oakland, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG11584968, City Attorney's File No. 27746, In The
Amount Of Fourteen Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($14,000.00) (Oakland Police
Department)
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Five-Year Forecast Report


12-0345 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 81399 C.M.S. Regarding
The City Of Oakland Long-Term Financial Planning Policy To Change The Name Of The
Policy, Name Of The Resulting Product, Deadline For Production, And Add Some Additional
Requirements
4/2/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Resolution Honoring The Late Dr. Su Yon Park


12-0346 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf And Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring the Late Dr. Su Yon Park of Children's
Hospital and Research Center Oakland as a Recipient of the California Wellness
Foundation's 2012 California Peace Prize for her work creating the Youth UpRising Mental
Health Clinic
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Special Budget Workshop


12-0347 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Review The State Budget Report, Police Staffing Scenarios With Costs,
Receive Responses To Questions By The Finance And Management Committee About The
Five Year Financial Plan For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Through 2017-2018, Discuss And Give
Possible Direction On Budget Process And Priorities
4/2/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 194

Received and Filed

Voted: Absent

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

CalTrans Grant Application For Complete Streets Design Guidelines


12-0348 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To
Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate A Grant From The California Department Of
Transportation (CalTrans), Community-Based Transportation Planning (CBTP) Grant
Program In An Amount Up To Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00) To Develop A
Complete Streets Action Agenda And Design Guidelines; And To Commit A Ten-Percent
Local Match From Fund 2211 Measure B For The Grant Amount Actually Received For A
Maximum Total Of Up To Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000.00)
3/19/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Support For AB 391: CA Homes And Jobs Act 2013


12-0350 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of SB 391 (DeSaulnier), The "California
Homes And Jobs Act Of 2013" Which Would Impose A S75 Fee On The Recordation Of
Each Real Estate Document, Excluding Documents Related To The Sale Of A Property, In
Order To Permanently Fund The California Homes And Jobs Trust Fund That Will Support
The Development Of Homes Affordable To Low- And Moderate-Income Households
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Fiscal Year 2013-2015 Special Budget Meeting


12-0351 Subject:
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Receive A Presentation And Hold Discussion On The Mayor's Proposed
Budget For Fiscal Year 2013-2015
4/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Fiscal Year 2013-2015 Special Budget Meeting
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Receive A Presentation And Hold Discussion On The Mayor's Proposed
Budget For Fiscal Year 2013-2015
5/23/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Rescheduled

Subject:
Fiscal Year 2013-2015 Special Budget Meeting
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Receive A Presentation And Hold Discussion On The Mayor's Proposed
Budget For Fiscal Year 2013-2015
6/13/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 195

Rescheduled

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Fiscal Year 2013-2015 Special Budget Meeting


12-0351 Subject:
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Receive A Presentation And Hold Discussion On The Mayor's Proposed
Budget For Fiscal Year 2013-2015
6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: No

Received and Filed

Support For SB 396: Firearm Magazine Capacity


12-0352 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Noel Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 396 (Hancock) "Large
Capacity Ammunition Magazines" Which Would Prohibit The Possession Of Large Capacity
Ammunition Magazines With Sufficient Length To Accommodate More Than 10 Rounds Of
Ammunition
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Support For SB 374: Firearm Regulations


12-0353 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Noel Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 374 (Steinberg) Which
Amends The Current Definition Of Illegal "Assault Weapon" To Include A Semiautomatic,
Rimfire, Or Centerfire Rifle That Does Not Have A Fixed Magazine With The Capacity To
Accept Ten Or Fewer Rounds
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Resolution Supporting AB 1020 - Letters To Firearm Owners


12-0355 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Dan Kalb
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Endorsing Assembly Bill 1020, Which Would Require
The State Attorney General To Provide Written Notice To Purchasers And Sellers Of
Firearms Informing Them Of Laws Pertaining To Gun Trafficking And The Safe Storage Of
Weapons
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Supporting SB 140 - Armed Prohibited Persons System Backlog Support


12-0356 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Dan Kalb
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 140, Which Would Allow
The State Department Of Justice To Use $24 Million From The Dealer Record Of Sale
Account To Increase The Investigative Capacity Of The Armed Prohibited Persons System
(APPS)
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 196

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Recognizing Jintian Liang For His Academic Achievement


12-0360 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing Jintian Liang For His Academic
Achievement And For His Nomination To The 2013 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Recognizing Christopher Hinds For His Academic Achievement


12-0362 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing Christopher Hinds For His Academic
Achievement And For His Nomination As A 2013 National Achievement Scholarship Program
Finalist
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - State Farm Insurance Company


12-0361 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of State Farm Insurance As Subrogee Of Michael Foster,
City Attorney's Claim No. C29446, In The Amount Of Seven Thousand Five Hundred Forty
Six Dollars And Twenty Two Cents ($7,546.22) (PWA - Sewer Overflow)
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Lighthouse Community Charter School


12-0364 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Reid And Councilmembers Schaaf And Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Lighthouse Community Charter School For
Being Named The Hart Vision Charter School Of The Year By The California Charter Schools
Association
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Rev. Dr. Jim Hopkins And Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church
12-0365 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring The Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church And
Rev. Dr. Jim Hopkins
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 197

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Youth Ventures Joint Powers Authority Appointments


12-0366 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Mayor Jean Quan, Council President
Patricia Kernighan, Councilmember Libby Schaaf, Chief Of Police Howard Jordan And
Administrative Services Manager Sara Bedford Of The Department Of Human Services To
The Youth Ventures Joint Powers Authority
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Confer City Landmark Status On Two Properties


12-0367 Subject:
From:
Department Of Building, Planning And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Designating 5654 Margarido Drive, The Morse
House, And 1782 8th Street, The Shorey House, As Landmarks Pursuant To Section
17.136.070 Of The Oakland Planning Code
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Confer City Landmark Status On Two Properties
From:
Department Of Building, Planning And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Designating 5654 Margarido Drive, The Morse
House, And 1782 8th Street, The Shorey House, As Landmarks Pursuant To Section
17.136.070 Of The Oakland Planning Code
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

West Oakland Development Group ENA


12-0368 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing An Exclusive Negotiating Agreement With
West Oakland Development Group, LLC, For Development Of The Blocks Surrounded By
5th, 7th, Kirkham And Magnolia Streets In West Oakland
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 198

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Annual Reports Of Property-Based BIDs


12-0369 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Approving The Annual Reports Of The Koreatown/Northgate Community
Benefit District Of 2007 The Downtown Oakland Community Benefit District Of 2008 The
Lake Merritt/Uptown Community Benefit District Of 2008 And The Fruitvale Property
Business Improvement District Of 2011 Advisory Boards; Confirming The Continuing Annual
Assessment For Each Applicable District For Fiscal Year 2013/2014; And Authorizing
Payment Of The City's Cumulative Fiscal Year 2013/2014 Fair Share Assessment For
City-Owned Properties In The Koreatown/Northgate District, The Downtown Oakland District,
The Lake Merritt/Uptown District And The Fruitvale District; And
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0369-1 2) A Successor Agency Resolution Authorizing Payment Of The Oakland Redevelopment


Successor Agency's Cumulative Fiscal Year 2013/2014 Fair Share Assessment For Oakland
Redevelopment Successor Agency-Owned Properties In The Koreatown/Northgate
Community Benefit District Of 2007, The Downtown Oakland Community Benefit District Of
2008, The Lake Merritt/Uptown Community Benefit District Of 2008, And The Fruitvale
Property Business Improvement District Of 2011

4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Arbor Day 2013


12-0370 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Proclaiming Friday April 26, 2013 To Be The City Of
Oakland's Arbor Day 2013 And Authorizing An Official Tree Planting Ceremony At Fruitvale
School Located At 3200 Boston Avenue
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sidewalk Improvement Projects


12-0371 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract For Chapman And Lancaster Streets
Sidewalk Improvement Project - Phase II (Project No. G381113) To Rosas Brothers
Construction, The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In The Amount Of Two
Hundred Twenty Four Thousand, Six Hundred And Twenty Five Dollars ($224,625.00) In
Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's Bid; And
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 199

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0371-1 2) A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract For Fruitvale Avenue Sidewalk
Improvement Project-Phase III (Project No. G381114) To Rosas Brothers Construction, The
Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In The Amount Of Two Hundred And Eight
Thousand, Three Hundred And Ninety Three Dollars And Fifty Cents ($208,393.50) In
Accordance With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's Bid

4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation


12-0372 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A Construction Contract To
Andes Construction, Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder For The
Rehabilitation Of Sanitary Sewers In The Area Bounded By Shattuck Avenue, 59th Street,
Telegraph Avenue And Woolsey Street (Sub-Basin 50-10 Project No. C312310) In Accord
With Plans And Specifications For The Project And Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Two
Million Seven Hundred Ninety-Five Thousand Five Hundred Twenty-Five Dollars
($2,795,525.00); And
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0372-1 2) A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Andes Construction, Inc., The Lowest
Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For The Rehabilitation Of Sanitary Sewers In Rosedale
Avenue Bounded By Foothill Boulevard And Santa Rita Street (Project No: C329128), In
Accord With Plans And Specifications For The Project And Contractor's Bid In The Amount
Of Three Hundred Ninety-Five Thousand Seventy-One Dollars ($395,071.00); And

4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0372-2 3) A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Andes Construction, Inc., The Lowest
Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For The Rehabilitation Of Sanitary Sewers In Bridge
Avenue Bounded By Foothill Boulevard And E.16th Street, And In The Easement Bounded
By Carrington Street, 42nd Avenue, Santa Rita Street, And High Street (Project No.
C329129), In Accord With Plans And Specifications For The Project And Contractor's Bid In
The Amount Of Three Hundred Seven Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-Four Dollars
($307,924.00); And

4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 200

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0372-3 4) A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Mosto Construction, The Lowest
Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For The Rehabilitation Of Sanitary Sewers In The
Easement By Elinora Avenue And Reinhardt Drive (Project No. C329130), In Accord With
Plans And Specifications For The Project And Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Two
Hundred Seventy-One Thousand Six Hundred Seventy-Two Dollars ($271,672.00)

4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Lake Merritt Channel Improvement


12-0373 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract For The Lake Merritt Channel
Improvement At 10th Street (Project No. C277110) To Gordon N. Ball, Inc., The Lowest
Responsive And Responsible Bidder, In The Amount Of Fourteen Million Eight Hundred Four
Thousand Four Hundred Seventy Five Dollars And Ninety Cents ($14,804,475.90) In Accord
With The Project Plans And Specifications And The Contractor's Bid; And
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0373-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into An Agreement By And
Between The City Of Oakland And The East Bay Municipal Utility District For Construction Of
A 30-Inch Water And An 8-Inch Recycled Water Main Relocation As Part Of The Lake Merritt
Channel Improvement At 10th Street (Project No. C277110), In The Amount Of One Million
One Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars ($1,170,000.00)

4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Sanitary Sewer Root Foaming Fiscal Year 2012-2013


12-0374 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Root Tamers,
The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For On-Call Sanitary Sewer Root Foaming
Services FY 2012-13 (Project No. C457110) In Accord With The Specifications For The
Project And Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Five Hundred Thirty-Five Thousand Eight
Hundred Twenty-Five Dollars ($535,825.00)
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

San Pablo Green Street Project


12-0375 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Enter Into An Agreement With The San Francisco Estuary Partnership To Implement A
Green Street Retrofit Project Along San Pablo Avenue To Include Bike Lanes,
Pedestrian-Friendly Improvements And Stormwater Filtration Landscaping
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 201

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Approval Of Technical Assistance Contract For Ceasefire


12-0377 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Extend The Professional Services Agreement With California Partnership For
Safe Communities (CPSC) For The Period Of April 16, 2013 Through June 30, 2014 In An
Additional Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000), Bringing
The Total Amount To Be Expended To Two Hundred Forty Six Thousand And Ninety Five
Dollars ($246,095) For Technical Assistance To Sustain The Current Ceasefire Strategy And
To Determine Where The Strategy Should Be Expanded, And To Conduct A Problem
Analysis To Implement Ceasefire; And 2) Waiving The Competitive Request For
Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process, The Advertising And Bidding Requirements, And
Local And Small Business Enterprise Programs (L/SLB) Provisions For The Proposed
Extension Of The Professional Services Agreement With CPSC
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

FY 2012-2013 First And Second Quarter R&E Report


12-0379 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 First And Second Quarter Revenue
And Expenditure Report; On The April 9, 2013 Finance & Management Committee Agenda
4/2/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Received and Filed

Voted: Absent

PFRS Report
12-0380 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Oakland Police And Fire
Retirement System (PFRS) Investment Portfolio As Of December 31, 2012
4/9/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Medical Subsidy For Sworn Fire Members


12-0381 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 79454 And Fixing The
City's Contribution Under The Public Employer's Medical And Hospital Care Act, Only With
Respect To Sworn Fire Unit Members, To Conform To The Memorandum Of Understanding
Between The City Of Oakland And International Association Of Firefighters, Local 55
4/9/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Medical Subsidy For Sworn Fire Members
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending Resolution No. 79454 And Fixing The
City's Contribution Under The Public Employer's Medical And Hospital Care Act, Only With
Respect To Sworn Fire Unit Members, To Conform To The Memorandum Of Understanding
Between The City Of Oakland And International Association Of Firefighters, Local 55
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 202

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Support For AB 187 - Tax On Firearm Ammunition


12-0382 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney And President Pro Tempore Rebecca Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The Oakland City Council (1) Expressing Support
Of California Assembly Bill No. 187 ("AB 187"), Introduced By Assembly Member Rob Bonta
On January 28, 2013, Which Will Institute A Sales Tax And Excise Tax On Firearm
Ammunition Sold Or Possessed In The State Of California, With Revenues To Be Used To
Support Public Safety Programs In High Crime Municipalities And (2) Authorizing The City
Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Instruct The City's Legislative Lobbyist To Support
Passage Of California Assembly Bill No. 187
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Stormwater Treatment Units Construction Award


12-0384 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Execute A Construction Contract With Bay Construction, The Lowest Responsive And
Responsible Bidder, For The Installation Of Six Stormwater Treatment Units (Tree Wells) In
West Oakland (Project No. G444210) In Accordance With Plans And Specifications For The
Project And Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of One Hundred Ninety-Nine Thousand Six
Hundred Twelve Dollars And Seventy-Four Cents ($199,612.74)
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Community Benefit District Creation Grant Program


12-0385 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appropriating And Allocating Up To $25,000 Per Year
To The Community Benefit District Formation Grant Program And Authorizing The City
Administrator To Approve And Execute Grant Agreements With Grantees Without Returning
To Council
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Ray Derania Consultant Contract


12-0386 Subject:
From:
Planning, Building And Neighborhood Preservation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving Appointment Of Raymond Derania To
Serve As The Interim Deputy Director/Building Official For The City Of Oakland To Allow The
City Of Oakland To Employ Raymond Derania Within 180 Days Of His Retirement Pursuant
To Government Code Section 7522.56(F)(1) For A Period Not To Exceed 960 Hours Or Until
The City Has Completed Its Recruitment And Transition To A Suitable Successor, Whichever
Occurs First
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 203

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Redistricting Of City Council Election Districts


12-0388 Subject:
From:
Office Of Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Legal Requirements And
Standard Practices For Redistricting Of City Council Districts Every Ten Years, Including The
Extent And Nature Of Community Outreach, And Adopt Recommendations For Council
Action To Begin The 2013 Redistricting Process In Oakland
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

State and Federal Budget Status


09-0439-37 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
4/9/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Absent

Support For SB 283: Successful Re-Entry & Access To Jobs


12-0389 Subject:
From:
Office Of Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill 283 (Hancock) Which
Provides Individuals, Previously Convicted Of A Nonviolent Drug Felony, And Who Meet All
Other Eligibility And Asset Rules And Are Successfully Complying With The Conditions Of
Probation Or Parole, Or Have Successfully Completed Their Probation Or Parole, Would Be
Considered Eligible For California Works Opportunity And Responsibility For Kids (CalWorks)
And CalFresh Programs
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Settlement Agreement - Companion Property And Casualty Insurance Company


12-0390 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Companion Property And Casualty Insurance
Company As Subrogee Of Tonya Brown, City Attorney's Claim No. C29487, In The Amount
Of Seven Thousand Eighty Seven Dollars And Ninety-Two Cents (7,087.92) (PWA - Vehicle
Accident)
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 204

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

West Oakland Job Resource Center Budget


12-0391 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Budget For The West Oakland Job
Resource Center For Fiscal Years 2013-2014 And 2014-2015, And Appropriating And
Allocating Revenue Generated From The Oakland Army Base Billboard Franchise And Lease
Agreement To The West Oakland Job Resource Center And Related Oakland Army Base
Community Benefits Uses Including Contracts And Compliance Division And Oversight
Commission Staff In An Amount Not-To-Exceed $500,000 Annually
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Library Advisory Commission Appointment


12-0392 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Charles
Sanchez As A Member Of The Library Advisory Commission; On The April 16, 2013 City
Council Agenda
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

City Council Legislative Priorities 2013-2014


12-0393 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing The Oakland City Council's Legislative
Priorities For 2013-2014
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Abstained

Commission On Aging Appointment


12-0394 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Ramon K.
Williams As A Member Of The Commission On Aging; On The April 16, 2013 City Council
Agenda
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission Appointment


12-0395 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Robert
Selna To The Parks And Recreation Advisory Commission; On The April 16, 2013 City
Council Agenda
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 205

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Citizen's Police Review Board Appointment - Bernstein


12-0396 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Allison
Bernstein To The Citizen's Police Review Board; On The April 16, 2013 City Council Agenda
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Citizen's Police Review Board Appointment - Yihdego


12-0397 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Almaz
Yihdego To The Citizen's Police Review Board; On The April 16, 2013 City Council Agenda
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0398 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To Aids Epidemic


12-0399 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Support For AB 180


12-0400 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf, President Pro Tempore Rebecca Kaplan And The
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 180 ("AB 180")
(Registration And Licensing Of Firearms: Exclusive Regulation, Rob Bonta), Which Would
Amend Government Code Section 53071 To Allow The City Of Oakland To Enact And
Enforce Regulations Or Ordinances Which Are More Restrictive Than State Law
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 206

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Wildfire Prevention Assessment District


12-0401 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Initiating The FY 2013-14 Assessment Confirmation
Process For The City Of Oakland Wildfire Prevention Assessment District And Authorizing
The City Administrator To Order A Preliminary Annual Report Pursuant To The Oakland
Municipal Code
4/23/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Wildfire Prevention Assessment District
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Initiating The FY 2013-14 Assessment Confirmation
Process For The City Of Oakland Wildfire Prevention Assessment District And Authorizing
The City Administrator To Order A Preliminary Annual Report Pursuant To The Oakland
Municipal Code
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Support Of AB 188
12-0402 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of AB 188 (Property Taxation: Change In
Ownership, Ammiano), Which Would Amend Sections 64, 480.1, 480.2, And 482 Of, And To
Add Sections 480.9, 486, 486.5, And 488 To, The Revenue And Taxation Code, Relating To
Taxation, Which Would Trigger Reassesments Of Real Property When 100% Of The
Ownership Interests In A Legal Entity, As Defined, Are Sold Or Transferred In A Single
Transaction, Whether Or Not Any One Legal Entity Or Person That Is A Party To The
Transaction Acquires More Than 50% Of The Ownership Interests
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District


12-0403 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Initiating The FY 2013-14 Assessment Process For
The City Of Oakland Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District And Authorizing The City
Administrator To Order A Preliminary Engineer's Report Pursuant To The California Streets
And Highways Code
4/23/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Initiating The FY 2013-14 Assessment Process For
The City Of Oakland Landscaping And Lighting Assessment District And Authorizing The City
Administrator To Order A Preliminary Engineer's Report Pursuant To The California Streets
And Highways Code
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 207

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

2012 Infrastructure Report Card


12-0404 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Receive The 2012 Infrastructure Report Card For The City Of Oakland
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Received and Filed

Voted: Absent

On-Call Environmental And Hazardous Materials Consulting Contracts


12-0405 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation Which Authorize The City Of
Oakland To Enter Into Professional Services Agreements For On-Call Environmental
Consulting Services In An Aggregate Amount Not To Exceed Four Million Dollars
($4,000,000) For A Three-Year Period From July 1, 2013, Through June 30, 2016:
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Freeway Agreement With CalTrans


12-0406 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee,
The Director Of Public Works, To Execute A Superseding Freeway Agreement And
Maintenance Agreement With The State Of California, Department Of Transportation, For
The Interstate 880/23rd /29th Avenue Interchange Project
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2013-2014 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes


12-0407 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Providing For The Borrowing Of Funds For Fiscal
Year 2013-2014 In An Amount Not To Exceed $100,000,000 And The Issuance And Sale Of
2013-2014 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes Therefore And Approving Certain Related
Matters
4/23/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
2013-2014 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Providing For The Borrowing Of Funds For Fiscal
Year 2013-2014 In An Amount Not To Exceed $100,000,000 And The Issuance And Sale Of
2013-2014 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes Therefore And Approving Certain Related
Matters
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 208

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Absent

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

2013-2014 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes


12-0407 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Providing For The Borrowing Of Funds For Fiscal
Year 2013-2014 In An Amount Not To Exceed $100,000,000 And The Issuance And Sale Of
2013-2014 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes Therefore And Approving Certain Related
Matters
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Abstained

Amending Residential Permit Parking Area N


12-0408 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Revised Resolution To Establish Residential Permit Parking
Area "N" Near The MacArthur BART Station
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

5000 Clarewood Drive Development


12-0409 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Conditionally Approving A Final Map For Tract No. 7891 Located At 5000
Clarewood Drive For An Eight Lot Residential Subdivision For Clarewood Associates LLC;
And
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0409-1 2) A Resolution Approving A Subdivision Improvement Agreement With Clarewood


Associates LLC For Deferred Construction Of Public Infrastructure Improvements For The
Final Map For Tract No. 7891 Located At 5000 Clarewood Drive

5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Latham Square Pilot Project


12-0410 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To 1)
Implement The Latham Square Pilot Project (LSPP) To Temporarily Close Telegraph Avenue
Between 16th Street And Broadway For The Purposes Of Creating A Pedestrian Plaza For At
Least Six (6) Months Following An Opening Date In Summer 2013; And 2) Report Back To
City Council In The Fall Of 2013 As To The Success Of The Pilot Plaza
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 209

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0405-1 Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation Which Authorize The Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency To Enter Into Professional Services Agreements For On-Call
Environmental Consulting Services In An Aggregate Amount Not To Exceed Four Million
Dollars ($4,000,000) For A Three-Year Period From July 1, 2013, Through June 30, 2016:

5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Absent

Adopted

Library Advisory Commission Appointment


12-0412 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of April Harper
As A Member Of The Library Advisory Commission; On The April 16, 2013 City Council
Agenda
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Library Advisory Commission Appointment


12-0413 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Andrew
Racle As A Member Of The Library Advisory Commission; On The April 16, 2013 City
Council Agenda
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Library Advisory Commission Appointment


12-0414 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Ain Bailey
As A Member Of The Library Advisory Commission; On The April 16, 2013 City Council
Agenda
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Cannabis Regulatory Commission Appointment


12-0415 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Jacob Sassaman As Members Of The
Cannabis Regulatory Commission
4/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 210

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Week Of The Young Child Proclamation


12-0416 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Proclamation To The City Of Oakland, Head Start/Early Head
Start Program, Declaring April 14-20, 2013, As "The Week Of The Young Child" In Oakland,
California
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Police And Fire Retirement Board Re-Appointment


12-0417 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Re-Appointment Of Jaime
Godfrey And Walter Johnson, Sr., As A Member Of The Police And Fire Retirement Board
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring The Women's Initiative


12-0418 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Libby Schaaf And Noel Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Women's Initiative For Self Employment
For 25 Years Of Empowering Women Entrepreneurs To Launch Businesses, Create Jobs
And Stimulate The Local Economy
4/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State And Federal Budget Status


09-0439-38 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State And
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
4/23/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

30 Day Recruitment Report


07-1080-25 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Desley Brooks And Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Receive A Monthly Informational Report From The Oakland Police
Department On Recruiting And Police Department Staffing Levels Over The Last 30 Days
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 211

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

HUD Annual Action Plan


12-0419 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution 1)
Authorizing The City Administrator To Prepare And Submit To The U.S. Department Of
Housing And Urban Development The Annual Action Plan For Fiscal Year 2013-2014; 2)
Accepting And Appropriating Funds Totaling $12,293,150 For The HOME, Emergency
Shelter Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities For Persons With AIDS (HOPWA), And The
Community Development Block Grant Programs; 3) Appropriating $1,556,393 In Program
Income, Reprogrammed Funds And Any Amounts In Excess Thereof For Housing
Rehabilitation Revolving Loan Fund; And 4) Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate
And Execute Agreements With Subgrantees For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 For The Community
Development Block Grant Program
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Purchase Affordable Housing Parcels At Oak To Ninth


12-0420 Subject:
From:
Department Of Housing And Community Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Authorizing Exercise Of The Early Purchase
Option To Purchase Affordable Housing Parcels At The Oak To Ninth/Brooklyn Basin
Development, And (2) Authorizing A Put Agreement Providing For The Resale Of The
Parcels To Oakland Harbor Partners At The City's Option
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Alameda County Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Authority (AVA)


12-0421 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing: 1) The Extension Of The Alameda
County Vehicle Abatement Authority (AVA) Until May 31, 2023; 2) The City Administrator Or
Her Designee To Continue The Oakland Police Department's Participation In The AVA; And
3) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Accept The City Of Oakland's
Share Of California State Vehicle Registration Service Fee Funds As Authorized By Vehicle
Code Section 9250.7 And Distributed Through The AVA
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 212

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Fiscal Year 2011-2012 WIA Funds Reallocation


12-0422 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator 1) To Reallocate
Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Workforce Investment Act Formula Funds That Are At Risk Of
De-Obligation, With The Approval Of The Workforce Investment Board, Without Returning
To City Council And 2) To Amend The Comprehensive One Stop Career Center Contract
With The Oakland Private Industry Council, Inc. To Include An Additional $200,000 In Fiscal
Year 2011-2012 Workforce Investment Act Dislocated Worker Funds For Training Services
For Dislocated Workers Effective April 1, 2013 To June 30,2013
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2013 East Bay Affordable Housing Week


12-0423 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tempore Rebecca Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Proclaiming May 10 To May 19, 2013 As The 17th
Annual East Bay Affordable Housing Week "Affordable Housing: Empowering People,
Strenghtening Communities"
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Budget Adoption Transparency And Public Participation Policy


12-0424 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing The City Of Oakland's Budget Process
Transparency And Public Participation Policy
4/23/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: No

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Budget Adoption Transparency And Public Participation Policy
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing The City Of Oakland's Budget Process
Transparency And Public Participation Policy
4/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Budget Adoption Transparency And Public Participation Policy
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing The City Of Oakland's Budget Process
Transparency And Public Participation Policy
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 213

Adopted as Amended

Voted: No

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Army Base Purchase And Sale Agreement


12-0425 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute A Purchase And Sale Agreement(s) With The Port Of Oakland For The Purchase Of
Up To Approximately 4 Acres Of Former Oakland Army Base Property And Authorizing Up
To $50,000 For Appraisal And Real Estate Closing Costs
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Army Base Purchase And Sale Agreement
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute A Purchase And Sale Agreement(s) With The Port Of Oakland For The Purchase Of
Up To Approximately 4 Acres Of Former Oakland Army Base Property And Authorizing Up
To $50,000 For Appraisal And Real Estate Closing Costs
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Abstained

Extend ENA With Recyclers


12-0426 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute An Amendment To The City's Exclusive Negotiating Agreement (ENA) With
California Waste Solutions, And Custom Alloy Scrap Sales, Inc. (Or CASS, Inc.) Regarding A
Proposed Recycling Project On Up To Approximately 20 Acres In The North Gateway Area
Of The Former Oakland Army Base Extending The ENA To December 15, 2013
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Ice Center Flooring Replacement


12-0427 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appropriating Funds In The Amount Of $202,000 For
The Replacement Of Rubber Flooring At The Oakland Ice Center
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 214

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Extend And Assign Sears LDDA


12-0428 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing: 1) An Amendment To A Lease
Disposition And Development Agreement With Sears Development Company To Extend
Development Deadlines For An Automotive Service Project Located At 2000-2016 Telegraph
Avenue And 490 Thomas L. Berkeley Way; And 2) An Assignment Of The Lease Disposition
And Development Agreement To The Strategic Urban Development Alliance, LLC, Or An
Affiliated Entity
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Extend And Assign Sears LDDA
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing: 1) An Amendment To A Lease
Disposition And Development Agreement With Sears Development Company To Extend
Development Deadlines For An Automotive Service Project Located At 2000-2016 Telegraph
Avenue And 490 Thomas L. Berkeley Way; And 2) An Assignment Of The Lease Disposition
And Development Agreement To The Strategic Urban Development Alliance, LLC, Or An
Affiliated Entity
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Summer Food Service Program Grant


12-0429 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator: 1) To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate The Summer Food Service Program Grant From The California
Department Of Education, Nutrition Services Division In An Estimated Amount Of Three
Hundred Eighty Thousand, Seven Hundred Five Dollars ($380,705); And 2) To Negotiate And
Execute A Professional Service Agreement Between The City And The San Lorenzo Unified
School District In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand, Two
Hundred Fifty-Six Dollars ($175,256) To Provide Food Services For The 2013 Summer Food
Service Program For Children; And 3) To Negotiate And Execute A Professional Service
Agreement Between The City And Epicurean Group In An Amount Not To Exceed Ninety
Eight Thousand, Twenty One Dollars ($98,021) To Provide Food Services For The 2013
Summer Food Service Program For Children
4/23/2013

City of Oakland

*Special Life Enrichment


Committee

Page 215

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Summer Food Service Program Grant


12-0429 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator: 1) To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate The Summer Food Service Program Grant From The California
Department Of Education, Nutrition Services Division In An Estimated Amount Of Three
Hundred Eighty Thousand, Seven Hundred Five Dollars ($380,705); And 2) To Negotiate And
Execute A Professional Service Agreement Between The City And The San Lorenzo Unified
School District In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand, Two
Hundred Fifty-Six Dollars ($175,256) To Provide Food Services For The 2013 Summer Food
Service Program For Children; And 3) To Negotiate And Execute A Professional Service
Agreement Between The City And Epicurean Group In An Amount Not To Exceed Ninety
Eight Thousand, Twenty One Dollars ($98,021) To Provide Food Services For The 2013
Summer Food Service Program For Children
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Local Assistance Grant (JAG)


12-0430 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To: 1) Enter Into A Grant Agreement With The U.S. Department Of Justice, Office Of Justice
Programs, Bureau Of Justice Assistance, Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant
Local Program Funds For The Period Of July 1, 2012 Through June 30, 2013 (FY 2012-2013
JAG Funds); And 2) To Accept, Appropriate, And Administer FY 2012-2013 JAG Fund
Allocations In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred And Thirty Six Thousand, And Thirty
Six Dollars ($536,036) To Supplement Frontline Policing Services For The Oakland Police
Department; And 3) Expend Funds In Accord With The JAG Fund Spending Plan
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Center For Employment Opportunity (CEO) Grant


12-0431 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute A Grant Agreement With The Center For Employment Opportunities (CEO) To
Provide Violence Prevention Services In Accordance With The Measure Y Violence
Prevention & Public Safety Act (VPPSA), In The Amount Of One Hundred And Fifty
Thousand Dollars ($150,000) For The Period May 1, 2013 To June 30, 2014 With A
One-Year Option To Renew For A Total Amount Not To Exceed $300,000
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 216

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District Board Appointment - Anders


12-0432 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Elizabeth Anders As The City Of
Oakland's Trustee To The Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District Board
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Absent

Adopted

Violence Prevention & Public Safety Oversight Committee Reappointment


12-0435 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Reappointing Joanne Brown As A Member Of The
Violence Prevention And Public Safety Oversight Committee
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Support Of AB 711: Prohibiting Lead Ammunition For Hunting Wildlife


12-0436 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney and Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of The Oakland City Council (1) Expressing Support
Of California Assembly Bill No. 711 ("AB 711"), Introduced By Assemblymember Anthony
Rendon On February 21, 2013, Which Prohibits The Use Of Lead Projectile Firearms
Ammunition When Hunting Wildlife, Including Mammals And Birds, Which Will Reduce The
Negative Health Effects Of Lead On Endangered Species And Reduce The Potential For
Lead To Be Introduced Into The Human Food Chain And (2) Authorizing The City
Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Instruct The City's Legislative Lobbyist To Support
Passage Of California Assembly Bill No. 711
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2012 Report On Recovered And Traced Guns In Oakland


12-0437 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Receive An Information Report On Guns Recovered And Traced Within
The City Of Oakland During 2012
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

City Planning Commission Appointments - Moore, Weinstein, Bonilla


12-0438 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Jim
Moore And Appointment Of Emily Weinstein And Jahaziel Bonilla To The City Planning
Commission
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 217

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Board Of Port Commissioners Appointment - Colbruno


12-0439 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Michael
Colbruno To The Board Of Port Commissioners
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring The Clorox Company's Centennial


12-0440 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring The Clorox Company On Its Centennial
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Measure Y Audit Report


12-0442 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Measure Y - Violence
Prevention And Public Safety Act Of 2004 Audit And Program Status Report
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Replacement Of Cash Reserve With An Insurance Policy


12-0441 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Oakland City Council Resolution Authorizing The Use Of An Insurance Policy To Be
Provided By Assured Guaranty Municipal Corp. ("Assured") To Replace The Cash In The
Reserve Fund Securing The Oakland Joint Powers Financing Authority's Lease Revenue
Refunding Bonds (Oakland Administration Buildings) 2008 Series B (The "Bonds"),
Authorizing The Amendment Of The Rating Requirement In Such Trust Agreement
Applicable To The Provider Of Such An Insurance Policy With Respect To Assured, And
Authorizing The Reimbursement Of Assured From Base Rental Payments Made By The City
Of Oakland Pursuant To The Sublease Relating To The Bonds; And
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 218

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0441-1 2) An Oakland Joint Powers Financing Authority Resolution Authorizing The Use Of An
Insurance Policy To Be Provided By Assured Guaranty Municipal Corp. ("Assured") To
Replace The Cash In The Reserve Fund Securing The Oakland Joint Powers Financing
Authority's Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds (Oakland Administration Buildings) 2008 Series
B (The "Bonds"), Authorizing The Amendment Of The Rating Requirement In Such Trust
Agreement Applicable To The Provider Of Such An Insurance Policy With Respect To
Assured, And Authorizing The Reimbursement Of Assured From Base Rental Payments
Made By The City Of Oakland Pursuant To The Sublease Relating To The Bonds

5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Amending The Oakland Municipal Code For Debarment Actions


12-0444 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland's Contractor Debarment
Ordinance Codified At Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 2.12 (Enacted By Ordinance No.
12926 C.M.S.), To, In Addition To The City Administrator, Authorize The City Council: 1)
Consider Information And Evidence Concerning The Existence Of Grounds For Debarment,
And 2) Determine Whether To Proceed With A Debarment Action, And Establishing A
Standard For The Commencement Of Debarment Actions
5/28/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Amending The Oakland Municipal Code For Debarment Actions
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland's Contractor Debarment
Ordinance Codified At Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 2.12 (Enacted By Ordinance No.
12926 C.M.S.), To, In Addition To The City Administrator, Authorize The City Council: 1)
Consider Information And Evidence Concerning The Existence Of Grounds For Debarment,
And 2) Determine Whether To Proceed With A Debarment Action, And Establishing A
Standard For The Commencement Of Debarment Actions
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Subject:
Amending The Oakland Municipal Code For Debarment Actions
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland's Contractor Debarment
Ordinance Codified At Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 2.12 (Enacted By Ordinance No.
12926 C.M.S.), To, In Addition To The City Administrator, Authorize The City Council: 1)
Consider Information And Evidence Concerning The Existence Of Grounds For Debarment,
And 2) Determine Whether To Proceed With A Debarment Action, And Establishing A
Standard For The Commencement Of Debarment Actions
6/18/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 219

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0446 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To Aids Epidemic


12-0447 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

FY 2013-2014 Wildfire Prevention Assessment District - Intention


12-0448 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Intention To Levy Assessments, Acceptance Of
The FY Year 2013-14 Preliminary Annual Report For The City Of Oakland Wildfire
Prevention Assessment District, And Setting June 4, 2013 As The Date For A Public Hearing
5/14/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
FY 2013-2014 Wildfire Prevention Assessment District - Intention
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Intention To Levy Assessments, Acceptance Of
The FY Year 2013-14 Preliminary Annual Report For The City Of Oakland Wildfire
Prevention Assessment District, And Setting June 4, 2013 As The Date For A Public Hearing
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 220

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Lease Financing Of The LED Streetlight Project


12-0449 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Oakland City Council Resolution Authorizing Lease Financing Of The LED Streetlight
Project Authorized By Resolution No. 84186 C.M.S. With A Financial Institution Selected By
Competitive Process, In An Amount Not To Exceed $16,500,000 Through: (1) Execution And
Delivery Of City Of Oakland 2013 Certificates Of Participation (LED Streetlight Acquisition),
Comprised Of Series A (Federally Taxable Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds - Direct
Payment) And Series B (Tax Exempt); Or (2) Execution Of Lease/Purchase Agreements And
Related Agreements And Documents; And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter
Such Lease Financing Arrangements In Substantially The Form Of The Agreements And
Documents On File With The City Clerk Relating To The Selected Lease Financing
Arrangement, Which Documents May Include One Of More Of The Following: A Trust
Agreement, A Lease, Sublease, A Lease/Purchase Agreement, A Paying Agent Agreement
And Ancillary Security Documents; (4) Confirming The Selection Of Special Counsel And
Financial Advisor; (5) Authorizing Payment Of Related Costs; (6) Declaring Intention To
Reimburse Expenditures; (7) Authorizing Modification To Agreements And Documents; And
(8) Ratifying Prior Actions And Authorizing The City Administrator To Take Necessary
Actions In Connection Therewith
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Single Audit Report For The Year Ended June 30, 2012
12-0451 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Single Audit Report For
The Year Ended June 30, 2012
5/14/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Received and Forwarded

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
Single Audit Report For The Year Ended June 30, 2012
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Single Audit Report For
The Year Ended June 30, 2012
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

FY Year 2013-2014 Landscaping & Lighting Assessment District - Intention


12-0450 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Intention To Levy Assessments, Acceptance Of
The FY 2013-14 Preliminary Engineer's Report For The City Of Oakland Landscaping And
Lighting Assessment District, And Setting June 4, 2013 As The Date For A Public Hearing
5/14/2013

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 221

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

FY Year 2013-2014 Landscaping & Lighting Assessment District - Intention


12-0450 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Of Intention To Levy Assessments, Acceptance Of
The FY 2013-14 Preliminary Engineer's Report For The City Of Oakland Landscaping And
Lighting Assessment District, And Setting June 4, 2013 As The Date For A Public Hearing
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

National Public Works Week


12-0452 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tempore Rebecca Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Celebrating The Week Of May 19-25, 2013 As
National Public Works Week In The City Of Oakland
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2013-2014 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes


12-0453 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of 2013-2014 Tax And
Revenue Anticipation Notes In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Million Dollars
($100,000,000); Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of Related Documents And
Approving Certain Related Actions
5/14/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
2013-2014 Tax And Revenue Anticipation Notes
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of 2013-2014 Tax And
Revenue Anticipation Notes In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Million Dollars
($100,000,000); Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of Related Documents And
Approving Certain Related Actions
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Appropriation of Federal Highway Safety Grant Funds


12-0454 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee,
The Director Of Public Works, To Accept And Appropriate Two Million Dollars
($2,000,000.00) In Highway Safety Improvement Program Cycle 5 (HSIP-5) Grant Funds, For
Roadway Safety Improvements On West Macarthur Boulevard, 98th Avenue, And At Market
Street/Adeline Street
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 222

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Transportation Development Act Article 3 Funds Approval


12-0455 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Up To Three Hundred Forty-Seven Thousand Six Hundred
Thirty-Nine Dollars ($347,639.00) In Fiscal Year 2013-14 State Transportation Development
Act Article 3 Funds As Follows: (1) Bicyclist Safety Education Classes, Twenty-Five
Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00); (2) Stanford Avenue Crossing At Lowell Street, One
Hundred Twelve Thousand Dollars ($112,000.00); (3) Pedestrian Stairs And Paths
Rehabilitation Projects, Two Hundred Ten Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-Nine Dollars
($210,639.00)
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Safe Routes To School Cycle 10 Grant Funds


12-0456 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee,
The Director Of Public Works, To Accept And Appropriate Two-Hundred Sixteen Thousand
Dollars ($216,000) In Safe Routes To Schools Cycle 10 Grant Funds For Pedestrian Safety
Improvements Near Parker Elementary School, World Academy, Achieve Academy, Urban
Promise Academy, And Elmhurst Community Prep School
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

12-0457-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: (A) Apply For, Accept And Appropriate
Up To Four Hundred Sixty-Five Thousand Dollars ($465,000.00) In Alameda County
Transportation Commission ("ACTC") Measure B And Vehicle Registration Fee Grant
Funding; (B) Enter Into A Grant Funding Agreement With The ACTC; And (C) Commit
Matching Funds Not To Exceed One Hundred Thirteen Thousand Dollars ($113,000.00), For
The Fruitvale Alive Gap Closure Streetscape Study And The Broadway Shuttle Project

5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Municipal Clerk's Week


12-0458 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring May 5, 2013 Through May 11, 2013
Municipal Clerk's Week In The City Of Oakland
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Creation Of Library Advisory Commission Standing Committee


12-0459 Subject:
From:
The Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Creation Of The Advocacy Committee
As A Standing Committee Of The Library Advisory Commission
5/14/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 223

No Action Taken

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Annual Report Of The Library Advisory Commission


12-0460 Subject:
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Receive The Annual Report Of The Library Advisory Commission
5/14/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Citizen's Police Review Board Reappointment - Sung


12-0461 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Reappointment Of Virginia
K. Sung To The Citizen's Police Review Board
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Port Security Grant Program Funds


12-0462 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To: 1. Accept, Appropriate And Administer Supplemental Fiscal Year 2008 PSGP Grant
Award Funds In An Amount Up To Two Hundred And Eighty Thousand Dollars ($280,000)
For A Cumulative FY 08 PSGP Grant Award Allocation Amount Not To Exceed One Millions
Two Hundred Thousand Nine Hundred Forty Two Dollars ($1,224,942); And 2. Approve The
Preliminary Spending Plan; And 3. Expend Funds In Accord With The Preliminary Spending
Plan Without Further Council Authorization, Including Purchases Approved In The Federally
Authorized Equipment List, Provided City Competitive Solicitation And Purchasing
Programs/Policies Are Followed
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Extension Of Emergency Ordinance For Crematoria


12-0463 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning & Zoning
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Emergency
Ordinance, Pursuant To Charter Section 213, Establishing Interim Controls That Require A
Major Conditional Use Permit To Establish A Crematorium, As It Is Currently Defined As
Manufacturing And Industrial Usage To Remain In Effect Through May 10, 2013, Or When
Permanent Regulations Are Adopted, Whichever Occurs First
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Contributions For Mayor's Summer Jobs Program


12-0464 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Grants And Contributions To The City For The Mayor's Summer
Jobs Program, And Contract With And Disburse Such Funds To Current Youth Service
Providers For Summer Employment Services For Youth Or Program Support Services,
Without Returning To Council
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 224

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Broadway Transit Study


12-0465 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Professional Services Agreement With Fehr & Peers To Complete The Broadway Transit
Urban Circulator Study In An Amount Not To Exceed $329,200, Using $299,200 In Caltrans
Urban Transit Grant Funds Previously Appropriated By The City Council To Complete This
Study, And A Local Match Of $30,000 In Prior Year Economic Development Allocations Of
Community Development Block Grant Funds
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Kiva Zip Microlending


12-0466 Subject:
From:
Offices Of Economic And Workforce Development, Councilmember Libby
Schaaf and City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into An
Agreement With Kiva Microfunds, A California Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation ("Kiva")
To Identify And Recommend Small Businesses In Oakland For Kiva Zip's Microlending
Platform
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Workers' Compensation Program Second Quarter Report


12-0467 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive The Second Quarter Informational Report Regarding The City's
Workers' Compensation Program For Fiscal Year 2012-2013
5/14/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Settlement Agreement - Sui Bill Lee


12-0468 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Sui Bill Lee, City Attorney's Claim No. C29454, In The
Amount Of Six Thousand Eight Hundred Forty And 00/100 Dollars ($6,840.00) (Public Works
Agency - City Tree Roots)
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Jaymes Evans


12-0469 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Jaymes Evans, Et Al. v. City Of Oakland, Et Al.,
Alameda County Superior Court Case No. RG11-610704 In The Amount Of $10,00.00 As A
Result Of A Motor Vehicle Collision On High Street And Courtland Avenue (Oakland Police
Department - Motor Vehicle Collision)
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority
Page 225

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Jacqueline Dixon


12-0470 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Jacqueline Dixon v. City Of Oakland, Et Al, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. RG11-559368, In The Amount Of Sixty-One Thousand
Six-Hundred Sixty-Seven Dollars And No Cents ($61,667.00) As A Result Of A Fall On A City
Sidewalk At 2859 Mandela Parkway On June 10, 2009 (Public Works Agency - Trip And Fall)
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring American Indian Public High School


12-0471 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Noel Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Acknowledging Students, Teachers, And Parents Of
American Indian Public High School (AIPHS) For Their Academic Achievements And For
Their Contributions To American Indian Public High School's Recognition As The Nation's
Best High School In 2013
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Oakland Charter High School


12-0472 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Noel Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Acknowledging Oakland Charter High School
(OCHS) For Its Academic Achievements And For Its Recognition As The Highest Performing
High School In Oakland In 2011-2012
5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Voted: Aye

Adopted

MOU With The CHP For Crime Suppression Assistance


12-0473 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Extend The Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) With The California Highway Patrol
(CHP) For Ninety (90) Days Of Crime Suppression Assistance Whereby CHP Will Deploy 10
Officers In Five, Double Unit Patrol Vehicles And Two Sergeants In A Supervisor Vehicle, Up
To Four Days Per Week, At A Cost Not To Exceed Five Hundred And Fourteen Thousand
Dollars ($514,000), With One Option To Renew For An Additional 90 Days For A MOU
Extension Total Amount Not To Exceed One Million And Twenty Eight Thousand Dollars
(1,028,000), Subject To The Availability Of Funds As Appropriated By The Council
5/7/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Page 226

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0449-1 (2) An Oakland Joint Powers Authority Resolution Approving The Form And Authorizing
Execution Of Certain Lease Financing Documents In Connection With Execution, Sale And
Delivery Of Certificates Of Participation Relating To The City Of Oakland Streetlight Project
And Authorizing And Directing Certain Actions With Respect Thereto.

5/7/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council/Joint Powers
Financing Authority

Adopted

Voted: Absent

State And Federal Budget Status


09-0439-39 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State And
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
5/14/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Big Valley Aviation Maintenance Contract


12-0475 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution: 1) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Big Valley Aviation, Inc.,
(Big Valley) In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Twenty Thousand, Two Hundred
Fourteen Dollars ($220,214.00) For The Period Of May 14, 2013 To June 30, 2014 For
Helicopter Maintenance Services; And 2) Waiving The Competitive Request For
Proposal/Qualification (RFP/Q) Process, The Advertising And Bidding Requirements, And
Local And Small Business Enterprise Program (L/SBE) Provisions For The Proposed
Professional Services Agreement
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Multipurpose Senior Services Program Funds FY 2013-2014


12-0476 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To 1) Accept And
Appropriate State Of California Standard Agreement Funds In The Amount Of $1,405,480
And Enter Into An Agreement With The State Of California, Department Of Aging For The
Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) For Fiscal Year 2013-2014, And 2) Enter Into
Professional Service Agreements With Various Vendors To Provide In-Home Services To
Frail Seniors For The Period July 1, 2013 Through June 30, 2014, With A One Year Option
To Renew
5/28/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 227

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Head Start- Early Head Start Grant Renewal 2013-2014


12-0477 Subject:
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To 1) Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Head Start (HS) Basic, Head
Start Training And Technical Assistance, Early Head Start (EHS) Basic, And Early Head Start
Training And Technical Assistance Grants For Program Year 2013-2014 In The Estimated
Amount Of $17,434,862 From The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services,
Administration For Children And Families (DHHS/ACF); And 2) Enter Into Grant Agreements
To Fund Comprehensive Child Development Services With: Unity Council In An Estimated
Amount Of $4,734,529; The Salvation Army In An Estimated Amount Of $219,357; Brighter
Beginnings In An Estimated Amount Of $464,326; And Children's Hospital-Oakland In An
Estimated Amount Of $22,000; And 3) Accept And Appropriate Additional Federal Grant
Funding If It Becomes Available And Amend The Existing Grant Agreements With Unity
Council, The Salvation Army, Brighter Beginnings, And Children's Hospital-Oakland, Without
Returning To Council; And 4) To Review And Approve Oakland Head Start-Early Head Start
Governance Procedures Developed In Accordance With Head Start Legislation And Updated
Annually
5/14/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Head Start- Early Head Start Grant Renewal 2013-2014
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To 1) Apply For, Accept, And Appropriate Head Start (HS) Basic, Head
Start Training And Technical Assistance, Early Head Start (EHS) Basic, And Early Head Start
Training And Technical Assistance Grants For Program Year 2013-2014 In The Estimated
Amount Of $17,434,862 From The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services,
Administration For Children And Families (DHHS/ACF); And 2) Enter Into Grant Agreements
To Fund Comprehensive Child Development Services With: Unity Council In An Estimated
Amount Of $4,734,529; The Salvation Army In An Estimated Amount Of $219,357; Brighter
Beginnings In An Estimated Amount Of $464,326; And Children's Hospital-Oakland In An
Estimated Amount Of $22,000; And 3) Accept And Appropriate Additional Federal Grant
Funding If It Becomes Available And Amend The Existing Grant Agreements With Unity
Council, The Salvation Army, Brighter Beginnings, And Children's Hospital-Oakland, Without
Returning To Council; And 4) To Review And Approve Oakland Head Start-Early Head Start
Governance Procedures Developed In Accordance With Head Start Legislation And Updated
Annually
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

California State Preschool Program (CSPP) 2013-2014


12-0478 Subject:
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, 1) To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate The California State Preschool
Program (CSPP) Expansion Grant From The California Department Of Education In An
Estimated Amount Of $937,485 From July 1, 2013 To June 30, 2014, And 2) To Enter Into A
Grant Agreement With The Unity Council For The Estimated Amount Of $98,170 To Fund
Prekindergarten And Family Literacy Services In Accord With Said Grant
5/14/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 228

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

California State Preschool Program (CSPP) 2013-2014


12-0478 Subject:
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, 1) To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate The California State Preschool
Program (CSPP) Expansion Grant From The California Department Of Education In An
Estimated Amount Of $937,485 From July 1, 2013 To June 30, 2014, And 2) To Enter Into A
Grant Agreement With The Unity Council For The Estimated Amount Of $98,170 To Fund
Prekindergarten And Family Literacy Services In Accord With Said Grant
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) 2013-2014


12-0479 Subject:
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate The Child And Adult Care Food
Program (CACFP) Grant From The California Department Of Education, Nutrition Services
Division (NSD) In An Estimated Amount Of $545,000 To Provide Funding For Nutritious
Meals To Children Enrolled In The City Of Oakland's Head Start Program From September
1, 2013 Through August 31, 2014
5/14/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) 2013-2014
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, On Behalf Of The
City Of Oakland, To Apply For, Accept And Appropriate The Child And Adult Care Food
Program (CACFP) Grant From The California Department Of Education, Nutrition Services
Division (NSD) In An Estimated Amount Of $545,000 To Provide Funding For Nutritious
Meals To Children Enrolled In The City Of Oakland's Head Start Program From September
1, 2013 Through August 31, 2014
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Jack London Improvement District 2013


12-0480 Subject:
From:
Office Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following
Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Of Intention To Form The Jack London Improvement District 2013, Granting
Preliminary Approval Of The Management Plan, Directing Filing Of The Proposed
Assessment District Boundary Description, Submitting A Proposed Assessment To The
Affected Property Owners For Majority Protest Procedure Approval; And
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 229

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0480-1 2) A City Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Sign The Ballot And To Pay The
FY 13/14 Assessment For One (1) City-Owned Property On Which Assessments Are To Be
Levied (APN 018 04250 0401) To Support The Formation Of The Jack London Improvement
District

5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Support For HR 1579: The Inclusive Prosperity Act


12-0483 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tempore Rebecca Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Expressing Support For The Inclusive Prosperity Act
(HR 1579) To Impose A Tax On Certain Trading Transactions To Strengthen Our Financial
Security, Reduce Market Volatility, Expand Opportunity, And Stop Shrinking The Middle
Class
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted as Amended

Honoring Sergeant Robert Crawford


12-0484 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Sergeant Robert Crawford For Forty-Five
Years Of Service To The City Of Oakland
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Library Advisory Commission Appointments - Franco And Mack


12-0485 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Yael Franco
And Jeanetta Mack As A Members Of The Library Advisory Commission
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Violence Prevention & Public Safety Oversight Committee Appointment 12-0486 Subject:
Daumont
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Lucas Daumont As A Member Of The
Violence Prevention And Public Safety Oversight Committee
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 230

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0487 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0488 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Community Policing Advisory Board Appointment - James Williams


12-0491 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of James
Williams As A Member Of The Community Policing Advisory Board
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Priority Project Funds To Latino Commission On Alcohol And Drug Abuse


12-0492 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Noel Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing A Grant In The Amount Of $25,000 From
Councilmember Gallo's Priority Project Funds To The Latino Commission On Alcohol And
Drug Abuse Of Alameda County For Their Centro De Juventud Program To Support The
Organization's Operating Expenses
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Civil Service Board Appointment - Gourdine


12-0493 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Andrea
Gourdine To The Civil Service Board
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 231

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Sherryel Johnson


12-0494 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Sherryel Johnson, City Attorney's Claim No. C29476,
In The Amount Of Twelve Thousand One Hundred Dollars And No Cents ($12,100.00)
(Public Works Agency - Sewers)
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Liberty Mutual Insurance


12-0495 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Claim Of Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, City Attorney's
Claim No. C29456, In The Amount Of Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty Nine Dollars And
Seventy-Two Cents ($9,839.72) (Public Works Agency-Sewers)
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Vernesta Johnson


12-0496 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Vernesta Johnson, Et Al. v. City Of Oakland, United
States District Court Case No. C12-01725 LB, City Attorney's File No. 28811, In The Amount
Of Fifty Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($50,000.00) (Oakland Police Department-Civil
Rights/Wrongful Death)
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

May 2013 As National Older Americans Month


12-0499 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring May 2013 As "National Older Americans
Month"
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Support For "The Last Closet Campaign"


12-0504 Subject:
From:
Council President Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of The Last Closet Campaign Urging The
Commissioners Of Men's Professional Sports Leagues To Publicly Support Gay, Lesbian,
Bisexual And Transgender Athletes
5/21/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 232

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Army Base Real Property Issues


12-0505 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Recommend Possible Action To
Address Issues Of Immediate Concern To Current City Tenants At The Former Oakland
Army Base, And Receive Additional Information Requested By The City Council At Its May 7
Meeting
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Army Base Real Property Issues
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report And Recommend Possible Action To
Address Issues Of Immediate Concern To Current City Tenants At The Former Oakland
Army Base, And Receive Additional Information Requested By The City Council At Its May 7
Meeting
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approve as Submitted

Debarment Process For Goldman Sachs


12-0314-1 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending City Council Resolution No. 83962
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Terminate The City's Interest Rate
Swap Agreement With Goldman Sachs & Co. To The Extent That The City Is Able To Do So
At A Below Market Value Cost And Not Later Than The End Of The Next Fiscal Year, June
30, 2013, To Provide That If Such Agreement Is Not Reached The City Will Pursue All
Appropriate Recourse To Exclude Them From Future City Business
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Support For Local Control Funding Formula For Schools


12-0506 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Governor Jerry Brown's Local Control
Funding Formula (LCFF) Budget Trailer To The State Of California 2013-2015 Budget
5/21/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

State And Federal Budget Status


09-0439-40 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State And
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
5/28/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Page 233

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Duty And Practice Ammunition Contracts


12-0508 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding Contracts To San Diego Police Equipment,
A Corporation, In An Amount Not To Exceed Four Hundred Twenty Four Thousand, Four
Hundred Twelve Dollars And Eighty-One Cents ($424,412.81) And To Adamson Police
Products, A Corporation, In An Amount Not To Exceed Eighty Thousand, Two Hundred
Seventy-Eight Dollars And Fifty Cents (580,278.50) Per Year For An Aggregate Amount Not
To Exceed $1,514,073.93 For The Contract Period Of July 1, 2013 To June 30, 2016, To
Provide Duty And Practice Ammunition, To The City Of Oakland In Accordance With
Specification No. 13-680-04/Request For Quote (RFQ) No. 4449 And The General
Conditions Therefor On File In Purchasing According To Its
Bid Filed With The City On February 25, 2013
5/28/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Cash Management Report


12-0510 Subject:
From:
Office of the City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive The Cash Management Report For the Quarter Ended March
31, 2013
5/28/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Abstained

EBMUD Sewer Service Term Agreement


12-0511 Subject:
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A 10
Year Term Agreement To Provide Sewer Service Charges, Billing And Collection Services By
And Between East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) And The City Of Oakland From July
1, 2013 To June 30, 2023
5/28/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Measure C - Hotel Tax Independent Auditor's Report


12-0513 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Measure C - Hotel Tax
Independent Auditor's Report And Budgetary Comparison Schedule And Program Status
Report For The Year Ended June 30, 2012
5/28/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Page 234

Continued

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Measure C - Hotel Tax Independent Auditor's Report


12-0513 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Measure C - Hotel Tax
Independent Auditor's Report And Budgetary Comparison Schedule And Program Status
Report For The Year Ended June 30, 2012
6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
Measure C - Hotel Tax Independent Auditor's Report
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Presenting The Measure C - Hotel Tax
Independent Auditor's Report And Budgetary Comparison Schedule And Program Status
Report For The Year Ended June 30, 2012
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Measure M: FY 2013-2014 Tax Adjustment


12-0514 Subject:
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Emergency
Medical Services, In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The
Emergency Medical Services Retention Act Of 1997 (Measure M)
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Measure M: FY 2013-2014 Tax Adjustment
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Emergency
Medical Services, In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The
Emergency Medical Services Retention Act Of 1997 (Measure M)
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Measure N: FY 2013-2014 Tax Adjustment


12-0516 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2013-14 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Paramedic
Emergency Services, In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The
Paramedic Services Act Of 1997 (Measure N)
6/4/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 235

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Measure N: FY 2013-2014 Tax Adjustment


12-0516 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2013-14 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Paramedic
Emergency Services, In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The
Paramedic Services Act Of 1997 (Measure N)
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Amending Article 10 Of Oakland Municipal Code-Parking Regulations


12-0517 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Title 10 Of The Oakland Municipal Code
To (1) Supplement And Clarify Terms Affecting Parking In Limited-Time Parking Zones And
(2) Amend The Parking And Meter Holidays To Conform With Currently Observed Holidays
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Measure Q: FY 2013-2014 Tax Adjustment


12-0520 Subject:
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2013-14 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Library Services,
In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The Library Services
Retention And Enhancement Act Of 2004 (Measure Q)
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Measure Q: FY 2013-2014 Tax Adjustment
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2013-14 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Library Services,
In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And Pursuant To The Library Services
Retention And Enhancement Act Of 2004 (Measure Q)
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Measure Y: FY 2013-2014 Tax Adjustment


12-0522 Subject:
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2013-14 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Violence
Prevention And Public Safety Services, In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And
Pursuant To The Violence Prevention And Public Safety Act Of 2004 (Measure Y)
6/4/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 236

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Measure Y: FY 2013-2014 Tax Adjustment


12-0522 Subject:
From:
City Administrator's Office
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Authorizing A Fiscal Year 2013-14 Increase To A Special Tax Imposed For Violence
Prevention And Public Safety Services, In Accordance With The Consumer Price Index, And
Pursuant To The Violence Prevention And Public Safety Act Of 2004 (Measure Y)
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Zero Waste Franchise Negotiations


12-0525 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into
Negotiations With The Top-Ranked Proposers For The Zero Waste Services Request For
Proposals
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Senior Companion & Foster Grandparent Program Grant Funds


12-0527 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 From 1) The Corporation
For National And Community Services (CNCS) In The Amount Of $329,802 For The Senior
Companion Program (SCP) And Foster Grandparent Program (FGP) And 2) The Alameda
County Transportation Commission (ACTC) In The Amount Of $92,500 For The SCP/Taxi
Up & Go (TUGO) Project
5/28/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Senior AIDES Program Grant Funds FY 2013-2014


12-0528 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Grant Funds In An Estimated Amount Of $981,426 From Senior
Services America, Inc., For The Oakland Senior Aides Program For Fiscal Year 2013-2014
5/28/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 237

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Oakland Paratransit Program Funds FY 2013-2014


12-0529 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Apply For,
Accept, And Appropriate Measure B Pass-Through Funds In The Amount Of $947,481 And
Measure B Gap Grant Funds Up To $92,500 From The Alameda County Transportation
Commission (ACTC) For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 To Provide Paratransit Services; And
Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute Reimbursement Agreements In
Amounts Of: 1) $380,000 To V.I.P. Express Transport, Inc., 2) $200,000 To Friendly
Transportation, Inc. DBA Friendly Transportation, Friendly Cab Company, Metro Yellow Cab
Company And Yellow Cab Company, And 3) $200,000 To Veterans Transportation, Inc. DBA
Veterans Transportation And Veterans Cab Company; And Authorizing The City
Administrator To Execute Amendments To The Agreements For Any Additional Amounts
Received Under Measure B Or Reallocation, Of Funds Without Returning To City Council
5/28/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Oakland Commission On Aging 2012 Annual Report


12-0530 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Receive The Oakland Commission On Aging 2012 Annual Report
5/28/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

No Action Taken

Report On The State Of The Paramount Theatre For The Arts, Inc.
12-0531 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Providing An Overview Of The State Of
The Paramount Theatre For The Arts, Inc., The Non-Profit Corporation Managing And
Operating The Oakland Paramount Theatre Of The Arts
5/28/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

No Action Taken

Central Estuary Area Plan


12-0532 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning
Commission, Amending The Oakland Planning Code To Create The Central Estuary District
Zoning Regulations And Make Conforming Changes To Other Planning Code Sections And
The Oakland Zoning Map
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Central Estuary Area Plan
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning
Commission, Amending The Oakland Planning Code To Create The Central Estuary District
Zoning Regulations And Make Conforming Changes To Other Planning Code Sections And
The Oakland Zoning Map
6/18/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 238

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0532-1 2) A Resolution, As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, Adopting The Central
Estuary Area Plan, Amendments To The Estuary Policy Plan And Related Design Guidelines
And Authorizing Planning Staff To Make (1) Minor Ongoing Revisions To The Adopted
Design Guidelines For The Central Estuary Consistent With The Central Estuary Area Plan,
Estuary Policy Plan And Oakland Planning Code But With Major Revisions To Be Made By
The Planning Commission; And (2) Non-Substantive Technical Conforming Changes
(Essentially Correction Of Typographical And Clerical Errors And Minor Clarifications) To The
Central Estuary Area Plan Prior To Formal Publication Consistent With The Estuary Policy
Plan And Oakland Planning Code Without Returning To The City Council Or City Planning
Commission

6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Army Base Rezoning And Development Agreement


12-0533 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, Amending The
Oakland Planning Code To Create The Gateway Industrial District (D-GI) Zone, And Make
Conforming Changes To Other Planning Code Sections And The Oakland Zoning Map To
Apply The D-GI Zone To Approximately 160 Acres In The Gateway Development Area Of
The Former Oakland Army Base; And
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
Army Base Rezoning And Development Agreement
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, Amending The
Oakland Planning Code To Create The Gateway Industrial District (D-GI) Zone, And Make
Conforming Changes To Other Planning Code Sections And The Oakland Zoning Map To
Apply The D-GI Zone To Approximately 160 Acres In The Gateway Development Area Of
The Former Oakland Army Base; And
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Abstained

12-0533-1 2) An Ordinance, As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, Authorizing The City
Administrator To Execute A Development Agreement Between The City Of Oakland And
Prologis CCIG Oakland Global, LLC, A Delaware Limited Liability Company, For The
Development On Approximately 160 Acres In The Gateway Development Area Of The
Former Oakland Army Base To Be In A Form And Content Substantially In Conformance
With The Attached Documents

7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 239

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0533-2 3) A Resolution, As Recommended By The City Planning Commission, Adopting Design
Standards For The Gateway Industrial District (D-GI) Zone Located On Approximately 160
Acres In The Gateway Development Area Of The Former Oakland Army Base And
Authorizing Staff To Make Minor Ongoing Revisions To The Adopted Design Standards
Consistent With The D-GI Zone And Oakland Planning Code, But Major Revisions To Be
Made By The City Planning Commission, Without Returning To The City Council

6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Continued

Raiders Ticket Surcharged Budget Changes And Transfer


12-0534 Subject:
From:
Office Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Increasing Estimated Revenue And Offsetting
Expenditures From The 2012 Raiders Ticket Surcharge To Reflect Actual Revenues
Collected And Authorizing A Transfer Of $160,678.65 Which Is The Actual Revenue Collect
From The Non-Departmental Citywide Activities Budget To The Office Of Parks And
Recreation Budget To Benefit Citywide Youth Activities
6/11/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Raiders Ticket Surcharged Budget Changes And Transfer
From:
Office Of Parks And Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Increasing Estimated Revenue And Offsetting
Expenditures From The 2012 Raiders Ticket Surcharge To Reflect Actual Revenues
Collected And Authorizing A Transfer Of $160,678.65 Which Is The Actual Revenue Collect
From The Non-Departmental Citywide Activities Budget To The Office Of Parks And
Recreation Budget To Benefit Citywide Youth Activities
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Commission On Persons With Disabilities Activity Report


12-0536 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Receive The Mayor's Commission On Persons With Disabilities Activity
Report
6/11/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 240

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Central District Subordinated Refunding TABs, Series 2013


12-0540 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution
Authorizing The Issuance And Prescribing The Terms, Conditions And Form Of Not To
Exceed $117,000,000 Principal Amount Of The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency
Central District Redevelopment Project Subordinated Tax Allocation Refunding Bonds,
Series 2013, Approving The Form Of And Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of A
Fourth Supplemental Indenture Of Trust And A Bond Purchase Agreement; Approving The
Form Of And Authorizing The Distribution Of A Preliminary Official Statement And
Authorizing Execution And Delivery Of An Official Statement; Approving The Selection And
Retention Of A Financial Advisor And Underwriter; Authorizing Payment Of Costs Of
Issuance; And Authorizing And Approving Necessary Actions In Connection Therewith
5/28/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and
Finance and Management
Committee

Voted: Absent

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Central District Subordinated Refunding TABs, Series 2013
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution
Authorizing The Issuance And Prescribing The Terms, Conditions And Form Of Not To
Exceed $117,000,000 Principal Amount Of The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency
Central District Redevelopment Project Subordinated Tax Allocation Refunding Bonds,
Series 2013, Approving The Form Of And Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of A
Fourth Supplemental Indenture Of Trust And A Bond Purchase Agreement; Approving The
Form Of And Authorizing The Distribution Of A Preliminary Official Statement And
Authorizing Execution And Delivery Of An Official Statement; Approving The Selection And
Retention Of A Financial Advisor And Underwriter; Authorizing Payment Of Costs Of
Issuance; And Authorizing And Approving Necessary Actions In Connection Therewith
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Jim Ryugo On His Retirement


12-0543 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Jim Ryugo On His Retirement
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oak Knoll and Central City East Five Year Implementation Plan
12-0552 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following
Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution Adopting The Five Year
Implementation Plan, 2011-2016, For The Oak Knoll Redevelopment Project; And
6/18/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 241

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0552-1 2) An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution Adopting The Five Year
Implementation Plan, 2013-2018, For The Central City East Redevelopment Project

6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Citywide Zoning Text Amendments


12-0553 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance, Recommended By The Planning Commission, To
Amend The Oakland Planning Code To: 1) Update References, Reduce Redundancy, And
Clarify Language In Various Chapters Of The Planning Code; 2) Modify Truck Weight
Classifications Language To Conform With Industry Standards; 3) Modify The Setback
Requirement For The Portion Of Buildings Above 55 Feet In Height In The CBD-R Zone; 4)
Add Design Review Requirement For Residential Facilities And Historic Properties In The
CIX, IG, And IO Zones; 5) Eliminate The Increased Parking Requirement For Expansions Of
Activities Across Zone Boundaries; And 6) Add Sidewalk Cafes As A Permitted Facility In
The M- Industrial Zones
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Citywide Zoning Text Amendments
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance, Recommended By The Planning Commission, To
Amend The Oakland Planning Code To: 1) Update References, Reduce Redundancy, And
Clarify Language In Various Chapters Of The Planning Code; 2) Modify Truck Weight
Classifications Language To Conform With Industry Standards; 3) Modify The Setback
Requirement For The Portion Of Buildings Above 55 Feet In Height In The CBD-R Zone; 4)
Add Design Review Requirement For Residential Facilities And Historic Properties In The
CIX, IG, And IO Zones; 5) Eliminate The Increased Parking Requirement For Expansions Of
Activities Across Zone Boundaries; And 6) Add Sidewalk Cafes As A Permitted Facility In
The M- Industrial Zones
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Oakland Fund For Children And Youth Grant Awards 2013-2014


12-0554 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute Grant Agreements Between The City Of Oakland And Various Non-Profit And Public
Agencies To Provide Direct Services For Children And Youth For A Total Amount Not To
Exceed $10,762,224 For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Renewable For Two One-Year Periods With
Council Approval
6/11/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 242

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Oakland Fund For Children And Youth Grant Awards 2013-2014


12-0554 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute Grant Agreements Between The City Of Oakland And Various Non-Profit And Public
Agencies To Provide Direct Services For Children And Youth For A Total Amount Not To
Exceed $10,762,224 For Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Renewable For Two One-Year Periods With
Council Approval
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: No

Adopted

Contract For Body Armor Vests


12-0555 Subject:
From:
Office of The City Administrator
Recommendation: A Resolution Awarding A Contract To Bricker-Mincolla Uniform Company,
A Small Local Business, In An Amount Not To Exceed Three Hundred Four Thousand,
Seven Hundred Sixty-Four Dollars ($304,764.00) Per Year For An Aggregated Amount Not
To Exceed $609,528.00 For The Contract Period Of July 1, 2013 To June 30, 2015, To
Provide Soft Body Armor Vests, To The City Of Oakland In Accordance With Specification
No. 13-680-08/Request For Quote (RFQ) No. 4444 And The General Conditions Therefore
On File In Purchasing According To Its Bid Filed With The City On February 25, 2013
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

On-Call Architectural Services Agreements


12-0556 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Enter Into A Series
Of Professional Services Agreements In An Amount Not-To-Exceed One Hundred Fifty
Thousand Dollars ($150,000.00) Each With 1) Anne Phillips Architecture, 2) Architecture
Dimensions, 3) Arcsine Architecture, 4) Devi Dutta Architecture, 5) Gyroscope, Inc. 6) Hibser
Yamauchi Architects, Inc., 7) Oakley And Oakley, 8) Studio Perez, And 9) Vargas Greenan
Architecture For Tier 1 On-Call Architectural Services For A Period Of Three Years; And
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Youth Advisory Commission 2013 Annual Report


12-0557 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Receive The Annual Report Of The Oakland Youth Advisory Commission
For 2013
6/11/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 243

No Action Taken

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Eliminate Requirement of Council Approval for Creation of Standing Committees


12-0558 Subject:
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending City Of Oakland Ordinance No. 11730
C.M.S. To Either 1) Eliminate The Requirement Of City Council Prior Approval For Create Of
Standing Committees Of The Library Advisory Commission; Or 2) Alter The Requirement Of
City Council Prior Approval For Creation Of More Than Two Standing Committees Of The
Library Advisory Commission
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Eliminate Requirement of Council Approval for Creation of Standing Committees
From:
Oakland Public Library
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending City Of Oakland Ordinance No. 11730
C.M.S. To Either 1) Eliminate The Requirement Of City Council Prior Approval For Create Of
Standing Committees Of The Library Advisory Commission; Or 2) Alter The Requirement Of
City Council Prior Approval For Creation Of More Than Two Standing Committees Of The
Library Advisory Commission
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

FY 2012-2013 Third Quarter Revenue And Expenditure Report


12-0559 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Third Quarter Revenue and
Expenditure Report
6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Received and Forwarded

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
FY 2012-2013 Third Quarter Revenue And Expenditure Report
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Third Quarter Revenue and
Expenditure Report
6/18/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 244

Received and Filed

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Amendment To The Fiscal Year 2012-13 Master Fee Schedule


12-0560 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct a Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Amending Ordinance Number 13133 C.M.S. (The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Master Fee
Schedule, Or "MFS"), To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees And Penalties Assessed By The
Office Of The City Administrator, The City Attorney's Office, The Finance And Management
Agency, The Oakland Police Department, The Oakland Fire Department, The Oakland Public
Library, The Office Of Parks And Recreation, The Department Of Human Services, The
Public Works Agency, The Department Of Housing & Community Development And The
Department Of Planning & Building
6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
Amendment To The Fiscal Year 2012-13 Master Fee Schedule
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct a Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Amending Ordinance Number 13133 C.M.S. (The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Master Fee
Schedule, Or "MFS"), To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees And Penalties Assessed By The
Office Of The City Administrator, The City Attorney's Office, The Finance And Management
Agency, The Oakland Police Department, The Oakland Fire Department, The Oakland Public
Library, The Office Of Parks And Recreation, The Department Of Human Services, The
Public Works Agency, The Department Of Housing & Community Development And The
Department Of Planning & Building
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Amendment To The Fiscal Year 2012-13 Master Fee Schedule
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct a Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance
Amending Ordinance Number 13133 C.M.S. (The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Master Fee
Schedule, Or "MFS"), To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees And Penalties Assessed By The
Office Of The City Administrator, The City Attorney's Office, The Finance And Management
Agency, The Oakland Police Department, The Oakland Fire Department, The Oakland Public
Library, The Office Of Parks And Recreation, The Department Of Human Services, The
Public Works Agency, The Department Of Housing & Community Development And The
Department Of Planning & Building
6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Council Redistricting Criteria


12-0561 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing Criteria And Guidelines For The 2013
City Of Oakland Redistricting
6/4/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 245

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Delinquent Business Taxes


12-0562 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent
Business Taxes And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Business Taxes And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens, Administrative Charges And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Title 5, Chapter 5.04 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice
Of Lien And Assessment Charges To Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For
Collection; Or
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Delinquent Mandatory Garbage Fees Monthly And Quarterly Accounts


12-0563 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing On Delinquent Mandatory Garbage Fees For
October/November/December 2012, Monthly Accounts And January/February/March 2013,
Quarterly Accounts And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Garbage Service Fees And Confirming The
Recordation Of Liens With Administrative And Assessment Charges As Necessary Pursuant To Chapter 8.28 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The Notice Of Lien
And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For Collection; Or
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Assessment Of Liens For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes


12-0564 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt One Of The
Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Accepting And Confirming Reports Of The City Administrator On The Costs
Incurred By The City Of Oakland For Delinquent Real Property Transfer Taxes And
Confirming The Recordation Of Liens With ' Administrative And Assessment Charges As
Necessary - Pursuant To Chapter 4.20 Of The Oakland Municipal Code, And Directing The
Notice Of Lien And Assessment Charges Be Turned Over To The County Tax Collector For
Collection; Or
6/18/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 246

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Wildfire Prevention Assessment District Report And Assessment Levy


12-0565 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Confirming The Information In The Annual Report For The City Of Oakland Wildfire
Prevention Assessment District For Fiscal Year 2013-14 And The Levying Of Assessments
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Landscaping & Lighting Assessment District Report And Assessment Levy


12-0566 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Confirming The Information In The Engineer's Report For The City Of Oakland Landscaping
And Lighting Assessment District For Fiscal Year 2013-14 And The Levying Of Assessments
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Claremont Middle School


12-0567 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Dan Kalb
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing Claremont Middle School For Serving
The Oakland Community And Many Students For The Last 100 Years
6/4/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

911 Infrastructure Upgrades


12-0569 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Expend ($3,042,000) Three Million Forty Two Thousand Dollars From The FY 2012-2013
General Fund Undesignated Fund Balance On Public Safety Radio System (P25) Including
911 Infrastructure Upgrades And Immediate Improvement Needs To Dispatch
Communications Centers And 1) Waive The Competitive Bidding, Advertising, And Request
For Proposal Process And 2) Delegate Authority To The City Administrator, Or Her Designee,
To Award Contracts [TITLE CHANGE]
6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Continued

Voted: Aye

Subject:
911 Infrastructure Upgrades
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Expend ($3,042,000) Three Million Forty Two Thousand Dollars From The FY 2012-2013
General Fund Undesignated Fund Balance On Public Safety Radio System (P25) Including
911 Infrastructure Upgrades And Immediate Improvement Needs To Dispatch
Communications Centers And 1) Waive The Competitive Bidding, Advertising, And Request
For Proposal Process And 2) Delegate Authority To The City Administrator, Or Her Designee,
To Award Contracts [TITLE CHANGE]
6/25/2013

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 247

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

911 Infrastructure Upgrades


12-0569 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Expend ($3,042,000) Three Million Forty Two Thousand Dollars From The FY 2012-2013
General Fund Undesignated Fund Balance On Public Safety Radio System (P25) Including
911 Infrastructure Upgrades And Immediate Improvement Needs To Dispatch
Communications Centers And 1) Waive The Competitive Bidding, Advertising, And Request
For Proposal Process And 2) Delegate Authority To The City Administrator, Or Her Designee,
To Award Contracts [TITLE CHANGE]
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Abstained

Opposing AB 1273: Use Of San Francisco Piers As Arena For Warriors


12-0571 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Opposition To AB 1273 (Ting) Authorizing The Port
Of San Francisco To Approve A Mixed-Use Development On Piers 30-32 That Includes A
Multipurpose Venue For Events And Public Assembly
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Semi-Annual Vacancy Report


12-0573 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Budgeted Vacant Positions And
Hiring For The Period September 6, 2012 Through April 8, 2013
6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Forwarded

Subject:
Semi-Annual Vacancy Report
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Budgeted Vacant Positions And
Hiring For The Period September 6, 2012 Through April 8, 2013
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Continued

Subject:
Semi-Annual Vacancy Report
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Budgeted Vacant Positions And
Hiring For The Period September 6, 2012 Through April 8, 2013
6/27/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 248

Received and Filed

Voted: Absent

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Investment Policy For Fiscal Year 2013-2014


12-0574 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Adopting The City Of Oakland Investment Policy For Fiscal Year 2013-2014;
And
6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Voted: Absent

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Investment Policy For Fiscal Year 2013-2014
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Adopting The City Of Oakland Investment Policy For Fiscal Year 2013-2014;
And
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Infrastructure Report: Sidewalks


12-0576 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The State Of The City's Sidewalk
Repair Program As A Follow-Up To The April 23, 2013, "2012 Infrastructure Report Card"
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Army Base Long-Range Property Management Plan


12-0577 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency (ORSA)
Resolution Approving The Long-Range Property Management Plan For The Oakland Army
Base, And Authorizing The Transfer Of Army Base Parcel E And The Quitclaim Of Any Other
ORSA Interest In The Army Base To The City Of Oakland Pursuant To The Plan
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Partial Abandonment And Renaming Of Apgar Street


12-0578 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt The Following
Pieces Of Legislation:
1) Resolution Of Findings Supporting The Vacation Without Cost To The Abutting Property
Owner Horizon Services Of A Portion Of The Public Right-Of-Way Of Apgar Street From Its
Intersection At Telegraph Avenue To Its Termination At The Macarthur Transit Village Project
Boundary; And
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 249

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Partial Abandonment And Renaming Of Apgar Street


12-0578-1 Subject:
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Vacating Without Cost To The Abutting Property
Owner Horizon Services A Portion Of The Public Right-Of-Way Of Apgar Street From Its
Intersection At Telegraph Avenue To Its Termination At The MacArthur Transit Village
Project Boundary
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Partial Abandonment And Renaming Of Apgar Street
From:
Department Of Planning And Building
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Vacating Without Cost To The Abutting Property
Owner Horizon Services A Portion Of The Public Right-Of-Way Of Apgar Street From Its
Intersection At Telegraph Avenue To Its Termination At The MacArthur Transit Village
Project Boundary
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Excused

12-0578-2 3) A Resolution Renaming Apgar Street As Apgar Lane Between Telegraph Avenue And The
Boundary Of The MacArthur Transit Village Project; And

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0578-3 4) A Resolution Prohibiting Vehicle Parking And Standing At All Times And Approving
Removal By Towing In Apgar Lane (Formerly Apgar Street) Between Its Intersection At
Telegraph Avenue And Its Termination At The MacArthur Transit Village Project Boundary;
And

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

4) A Resolution Prohibiting Vehicle Parking And Standing At All Times And Approving
Removal By Towing In Apgar Lane (Formerly Apgar Street) Between Its Intersection At
Telegraph Avenue And Its Termination At The MacArthur Transit Village Project Boundary;
And
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0578-4 5) A Resolution Approving The Installation Of Official Traffic Control Stop Signs For Apgar
Lane At Its Intersection At Telegraph Avenue For The MacArthur Transit Village Project

7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 250

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

MOU With East Bay Sanitary Sewer Collection Agencies


12-0579 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding With East Bay Sanitary Sewer Collection
Agencies For Cost Sharing Of Regional Consultant Services In An Annual Amount Not To
Exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00)
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Oakland Army Base Real Estate Actions


12-0581 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Sixty-Six
(66) Year Lease Or Easement With The Port Of Oakland For Rail Uses And Service On
Approximately 8 Acres Of Port Land Adjacent To City-Owned Land On The Former Oakland
Army Base; And
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Oakland Army Base Real Estate Actions
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute A Sixty-Six
(66) Year Lease Or Easement With The Port Of Oakland For Rail Uses And Service On
Approximately 8 Acres Of Port Land Adjacent To City-Owned Land On The Former Oakland
Army Base; And
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

12-0581-1 2) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Up To


Sixty-Six (66) Year Sublease Or Easement With Prologis CCIG Oakland Global, LLC, Or
Related Entities For Rail Uses And Service On Approximately 8 Acres Of Land Adjacent To
City-Owned Land On The Former Oakland Army Base; And

6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

2) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Up To


Sixty-Six (66) Year Sublease Or Easement With Prologis CCIG Oakland Global, LLC, Or
Related Entities For Rail Uses And Service On Approximately 8 Acres Of Land Adjacent To
City-Owned Land On The Former Oakland Army Base; And
7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 251

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0581-2 3) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Up To
Thirty (30) Month Lease With The Port Of Oakland For Truck Parking And Truck Services On
Up To 11.7 Acres Of Land On The Port-Owned Portion Of The Former Oakland Army Base;
And

6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

3) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Up To


Thirty (30) Month Lease With The Port Of Oakland For Truck Parking And Truck Services On
Up To 11.7 Acres Of Land On The Port-Owned Portion Of The Former Oakland Army Base;
And
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

12-0581-3 4) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Up To


Thirty (30) Month Sublease With Oakland Maritime Support Services (Or A Related Entity)
For Truck Parking And Truck Services On Up To 11.7 Acres Of Land On The Port-Owned
Portion Of The Former Oakland Army Base; And

6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

4) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An Up To


Thirty (30) Month Sublease With Oakland Maritime Support Services (Or A Related Entity)
For Truck Parking And Truck Services On Up To 11.7 Acres Of Land On The Port-Owned
Portion Of The Former Oakland Army Base; And
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

12-0581-4 5) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Enter Into A Lease Or
License Agreement With California Capital & Investment Group, Inc., For Installation Of Air
Quality Monitoring Facilities, Equipment And Utilities At Raimondi Park In West Oakland; And

6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Aye

5) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Enter Into A Lease Or
License Agreement With California Capital & Investment Group, Inc., For Installation Of Air
Quality Monitoring Facilities, Equipment And Utilities At Raimondi Park In West Oakland; And
7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 252

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0581-5 6) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An
Amendment To The 2005 Purchase And Sale Agreement Between The Oakland Base
Reuse Authority And The California Department Of Transportation For Approximately 6.5
Acres Of Property Adjacent To The Former Oakland Army Base; And

6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Abstained

6) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Execute An


Amendment To The 2005 Purchase And Sale Agreement Between The Oakland Base
Reuse Authority And The California Department Of Transportation For Approximately 6.5
Acres Of Property Adjacent To The Former Oakland Army Base; And
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

12-0581-6 7) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Enter Into A Real
Property Agreement With BNSF Railway Company To Relocate An Existing Rail Line
Easement Near Engineers Road To Facilitate The Development Of The Former Oakland
Army Base

6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

7) An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And Enter Into A Real
Property Agreement With BNSF Railway Company To Relocate An Existing Rail Line
Easement Near Engineers Road To Facilitate The Development Of The Former Oakland
Army Base
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

State and Federal Budget Status Report


09-0439-41 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
6/11/2013

City of Oakland

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Page 253

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

ENA For Coliseum Transit Village Phase I


12-0582 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing An Exclusive Negotiating Agreement With The Oakland
Economic Development Corporation For Development Of Phase I Of The Transit Village At
The Coliseum Bart Station, And Authorizing A Predevelopment Loan For The Project In An
Amount Not To Exceed $400,000; And
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Recognizing New General Purpose Fund Revenue


12-0583 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Amending The City Of Oakland's FY 2011-13 Biennial Budget, Which Was
Adopted Pursuant To Resolution No. 83444 C.M.S. On June 30, 2011 And Amended By
Resolution 83943 C.M.S. On June 28, 2012, To Recognize New Revenue Based On The FY
2012-13 Third Quarter Revenue And Expenditure Report, Resulting In A General Purpose
Fund Revenue Increase From $409,346,763 To $431,290,617; And
6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Abstained

Subject:
Recognizing New General Purpose Fund Revenue
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Amending The City Of Oakland's FY 2011-13 Biennial Budget, Which Was
Adopted Pursuant To Resolution No. 83444 C.M.S. On June 30, 2011 And Amended By
Resolution 83943 C.M.S. On June 28, 2012, To Recognize New Revenue Based On The FY
2012-13 Third Quarter Revenue And Expenditure Report, Resulting In A General Purpose
Fund Revenue Increase From $409,346,763 To $431,290,617; And
6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

On-Call Construction Services Agreements


12-0584 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Award A
Construction Contract For On-Call Licensed Construction Work In An Amount Not To Exceed
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000.00) Each To The Prequalified Firms Of 1) CAS
Financial & Construction Services Inc., 2) Four Dimensions Landscape Co., 3) Magdave
Associates, Inc., 4) Peters Construction, 5) Summerhill Electric, Inc., And 6) Wesley
Construction; And
7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 254

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Permanent Access To Housing (PATH) Strategy


12-0585 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To (1) Authorize
The Department Of Human Services, Community Housing Services Division To Release A
Request For Proposals To Award And Allocate Up To $37,000 For Homeless Prevention
And/Or Rapid Rehousing Services From July 1, 2013 Through December 31, 2013 Without
Returning To Council, (2) Approval To Reallocate Awards Originally Made To East Bay
Community Law Center And St. Mary's Center Under The City's 2012/14 Permanent Access
To Housing (Path) Strategy Should The Conditions Set Under Said Grant Agreements Not
Be Met By The Designated Dates, (3) ) To Authorize Allocations And Continued Services For
The Second Year Of 2012/14 Path Grant Agreements Previously Authorized By Oakland City
Council Resolution No. 83995 Passed On July 17, 2012, And To (4) Authorize An Allocation
Of Up To $52,750 To East Oakland Community Project As A Mandatory Match To The City's
HUD Funded 2013/14 Matilda Cleveland Transitional Housing Program (MCTHP) From
Available General Purpose Funds.
6/25/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Approve as Amended the


Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Subject:
Permanent Access To Housing (PATH) Strategy
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To (1) Authorize
The Department Of Human Services, Community Housing Services Division To Release A
Request For Proposals To Award And Allocate Up To $37,000 For Homeless Prevention
And/Or Rapid Rehousing Services From July 1, 2013 Through December 31, 2013 Without
Returning To Council, (2) Approval To Reallocate Awards Originally Made To East Bay
Community Law Center And St. Mary's Center Under The City's 2012/14 Permanent Access
To Housing (Path) Strategy Should The Conditions Set Under Said Grant Agreements Not
Be Met By The Designated Dates, (3) ) To Authorize Allocations And Continued Services For
The Second Year Of 2012/14 Path Grant Agreements Previously Authorized By Oakland City
Council Resolution No. 83995 Passed On July 17, 2012, And To (4) Authorize An Allocation
Of Up To $52,750 To East Oakland Community Project As A Mandatory Match To The City's
HUD Funded 2013/14 Matilda Cleveland Transitional Housing Program (MCTHP) From
Available General Purpose Funds.
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

CSEC Awareness And Prevention (Commercial Sexual Exploitation Of Children)


12-0586 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Lynnette Gibson McElhaney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Urging The City Council And Mayor In Partnership
With Oakland Unified School District, Local Law Enforcement, The Department Of Human
Services, And Community-Based Organizations That Work With Children, Youth And
Families To Prioritize The Development And Institutionalization Of A Comprehensive
Prevention Model To Eliminate The Commercial Sexual Exploitation Of Children In Oakland
6/18/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 255

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Support For SB 52: Disclosure Of Top Three Funders Of Political Ads


12-0587 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan And Councilmember Libby Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of SB 52, The California Disclose Act Of
2013 [Leno And Hill]
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0583-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Appropriate Four
Million Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,400,000) For The Overtime The Oakland Police
Department Is Projected To Spend Over The FY 2012-13 Police Department General
Purpose Fund Budget, From Undesignated General Purpose Fund Balance; And

6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Abstained

2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Appropriate Four


Million Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,400,000) For The Overtime The Oakland Police
Department Is Projected To Spend Over The FY 2012-13 Police Department General
Purpose Fund Budget, From Undesignated General Purpose Fund Balance; And
6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

12-0583-2 3) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Appropriate Seven
Million Dollars To A Reserve For Pending Litigation And Settlements From Undesignated
General Purpose Fund Balance; And

6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Abstained

3) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Appropriate Seven


Million Dollars To A Reserve For Pending Litigation And Settlements From Undesignated
General Purpose Fund Balance; And
6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

12-0583-3 4) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Appropriate Four
Million Eight Hundred Fourteen Thousand Six Hundred Ten Dollars ($4,814,610) From
Undesignated General Purpose Fund Balance To Compliance Director Compensation And
Staff Costs, Remedial Action Plan Costs, And Strategic Policy Partners Recommendation
Costs; And

6/11/2013

City of Oakland

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee
Page 256

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Abstained

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File Number Title


12-0583-3 4) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To Appropriate Four
Million Eight Hundred Fourteen Thousand Six Hundred Ten Dollars ($4,814,610) From
Undesignated General Purpose Fund Balance To Compliance Director Compensation And
Staff Costs, Remedial Action Plan Costs, And Strategic Policy Partners Recommendation
Costs; And

6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Agreement With CALICO For Child Abuse Investigations And Training


12-0588 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To: 1) Enter Into An Agreement With The Child Abuse Listening, Interviewing, And
Coordination Center (Calico) In An Amount Not To Exceed Ninety Five Thousand Dollars
($95,000) For The Period Of July 20,2010 To June 30,2015 To Provide Forensic Interviews,
Multidisciplinary Child Abuse Investigations, Family Support Services, Community Outreach,
And Training To The Oakland Police Department (OPD); And 2) Waiving The Competitive
Request For Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process, The Advertising And Bidding
Requirements, And Local And Small Business Enterprise Programs (L/SLB) Provisions For
The Proposed Agreement With Calico
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0574-1 2) A Resolution Adopting The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency's Investment


Policy For Fiscal Year 2013-2014

6/11/2013

* Special Concurrent Meeting


of the Oakland
Redevelopment Successor
Agency and Finance and
Management Committee

Voted: Absent

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

2) A Resolution Adopting The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency's Investment


Policy For Fiscal Year 2013-2014
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0589 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
6/18/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 257

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0590 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Emiliano Zapata Street Academy


12-0591 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Noel Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt Resolution Honoring The Oakland Emiliano Zapata Street
Academy On The Occasion Of Their 40th Anniversary
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0556-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Enter Into A Series
Of Professional Services Agreements In An Amount Not-To-Exceed Seven Hundred Fifty
Thousand Dollars (S750,000.00) Each With 1) Byrens Kim Design Works, 2) Dougherty &
Dougherty Architects, 3) Group 4 Architects, Research And Planning, Inc., 4) MVE
Institutional, Inc., 5) Muller Caulfield Architects, 6) Murakami/Nelson Architectural
Corporation, 7) Noll & Tam Architects, 8) RPR Architects, 9) Shah Kawasaki Architects For
Tier II On-Call Architectural Services Over A Period Of Three Years

6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

12-0584-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, To Award A


Construction Contract For On-Call Licensed Construction Work In An Amount Not To Exceed
Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00) Each To The Prequalified Firms Of 1) AEKO
Consulting, 2) AJW Paving & Grading, 3) Andes Construction, 4) Bay Construction, 5)
Beliveau Engineering Contractors, 6) B-Side Construction, 7) Dc Construction, 8) Downrite
Corporation, 9) Infiniti Engineering, 10) McGuire & Hester, 11) Mosto Construction, 12)
Phase 3 Communications, Inc., 13) Ray's Electric, 14) Rockridge Builders, 15) Rosas
Brothers Construction, 16) Wickman Development And Construction, And 17) Yes
Construction Group

7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

12-0582-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Of Oakland To Continue To Accept And Appropriate
Grant Funds Under The California Department Of Housing And Community Development's
Transit Oriented Development Grant Program For The Coliseum BART Station Transit
Village Project And Authorizing The City Administrator, Deanna Santana, To Negotiate Grant
Terms, Execute, Modify, Amend And Extend Agreements, Allocate Revenue, Make
Expenditures, And Take All Other Actions With Respect To The Transit Oriented
Development Grant Program; And

7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 258

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

ENA To Develop 12th Street Remainder Parcel


12-0592 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing An Exclusive Negotiating Agreement
With UrbanCore-Integral, LLC For Development Of The 12th Street Remainder Parcel
Located At 12th Street And 2nd Avenue
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0593 2) A Resolution Of Intention Of The City Of Oakland To Establish City Of Oakland


Community Facilities District No. 2013-1 (Wildfire Prevention District) In The Current Wildfire
Prevention Assessment District Area, Schedule A Public Hearing, Levy A Special Tax To
Finance Certain Public Services And Approving A Proposed Boundary Map For Community
Facilities District No. 2013-1 Pursuant To The Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act Of 1982;
And

7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0594 3) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator 1) To Amend The Contract With
Francisco & Associates, Inc., In An Amount Not-To-Exceed Twenty-Four Thousand Nine
Hundred Dollars ($24,900), For Work Related To The Establishment Of Community Facilities
District (CFD) No. 2013-1 (Wildfire Prevention District), The Rate And Method To Levy A
Special Tax, And The Establishment Of Proposed Boundaries And Map Of The CFD, For A
Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed Three-Hundred Eighty-Two Thousand Four Hundred
Dollars ($382,400) And Waiving The Advertising And Competitive Request For Proposal /
Qualification Requirements 2) To Appropriate Two Hundred Thirteen Thousand One
Hundred Dollars ($213,100) For The Costs Of Establishment Of The Community Facilities
District In FY 2013-15

7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Marketing Of Champion Street Property For Sale


12-0595 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Rejecting All Prior Bids And Authorizing The City
Administrator To Market For Sale Surplus Property Located At 3455 And 3461 Champion
Street, APN 028-0905-013-02 And APN 028-0905-009-00 (Old Fire House #14), For The
Future Development Of A Restaurant By Issuing A Notice Of Development Opportunity
6/25/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Marketing Of Champion Street Property For Sale
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Rejecting All Prior Bids And Authorizing The City
Administrator To Market For Sale Surplus Property Located At 3455 And 3461 Champion
Street, APN 028-0905-013-02 And APN 028-0905-009-00 (Old Fire House #14), For The
Future Development Of A Restaurant By Issuing A Notice Of Development Opportunity
7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 259

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Contract With PMAM For False Alarm Reduction Program


12-0596 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To: 1) Award A Contract To PMAM Corporation For Administration Of The Alarm Reduction
Program Not To Exceed $5.00 Per Permit From July 1,2013 Through June 30, 2016 And For
A Total Cost Not To Exceed Four Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($450,000); 2)
Authorize The City Administrator To Appropriate False Alarm Fund (2411) Balance Of Two
Hundred And Twenty Thousand Dollars ($220,000) Per Fiscal Year For A 3 Year Term From
July 1,2013 Through June 30,2016 For The Administration Of The False Alarm Reduction
Program
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Contract Award To Thomas Frazier, Compliance Director


12-0597 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To Thomas Frazier, The Compliance Director Appointed By The United States
Federal District Court In Delphine Allen, Et Al. V. City Of Oakland, For The Period Of March
11, 2013 To March 10, 2014 In The Amount Of $722,600.00 (Seven Hundred Twenty-Two
Thousand Six Hundred Dollars) To Assist The City In Achieving Full Compliance With The
Negotiated Settlement Agreement In The Case Of Delphine Allen, Et Al. V. City Of Oakland,
Et Al., United States District Court Case No. C00-4599 TEH
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Sharon Tatmon


12-0598 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Sharon Tatmon v. City Of Oakland, et al., Alameda
County Superior Court, Case No. RG11574069, City Attorney's File No. 28284, In The
Amount Of Fifteen Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($15,000.00) (Public Works Agency Trip And Fall)
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

East Bay Economic Development Alliance Executive Committee Appointments


12-0599 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Councilmember Lynette Gibson
McElhaney To The Executive Committee Of The East Bay Economic Development Alliance
For A Term Beginning July 1, 2013 And Ending June 30, 2014, And Appointing Council
President Pro Tem Rebecca Kaplan As Alternate Member Of The Executive Committee Of
The East Bay Economic Development Alliance For A Term Beginning July 1, 2013 And
Ending June 30, 2014
6/18/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 260

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Actuary Valuation Reports For PFRS And OMERS


12-0600 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Oakland Police & Fire
Retirement System (PFRS) And The Oakland Municipal Employees' Retirement System
(OMERS) Actuary Valuation Reports As Of July 1, 2012
6/25/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

ORSA Property Management Plan


12-0601 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency (ORSA)
Resolution Approving A Long-Range Property Management Plan Addressing The Disposition
And Use Of Former Redevelopment Agency Properties
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0582-2 3) An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution Transferring The Grant Under
The California Department Of Housing And Community Development's Transit Oriented
Development Grant Program For The Coliseum Bart Station Transit Village Project To The
City Of Oakland

7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

National Small Business Week


12-0604 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Gallo
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Recognition Of June 17-21 As National Small
Business Week
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Integrated Public Safety System (IPSS) Replacement Agreement


12-0606 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her
Designee To Negotiate And Execute A Professional Services Agreement With PSCI, Inc. To
Develop A Comprehensive Request For Proposal (RFP) For The Integrated Public Safety
System (IPSS) Replacement For An Amount Not To Exceed $150,000.00; And 2) In Case Of
Negotiations Failure With PSCI, Inc., The City Administrator, Or Her Designee, Is Authorized
To Negotiate A Contract With Another Vendor On The Evaluations Ranking List, Without
Returning To Council
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 261

Adopted

Voted: Aye

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File Number Title

Settlement Agreement - Nellie Jones


12-0605 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Nellie Jones, Et Al. V. City Of Oakland, Et Al., United
States District Court Case No. C11-03470 YGR, City Attorney's File No. 28275, In The
Amount Of Two Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Dollars And No Cents ($225,000.00)
(Oakland Police Department - Civil Rights/Wrongful Death)
6/18/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

State and Federal Budget Status Report


09-0439-42 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State and
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
6/25/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

Amending Council's GPF Financial Policies: Real Estate Transfer Taxes


12-0607 Subject:
From:
Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13134 C.M.S., Which Sets
Forth The Council's General Purpose Fund (GPF) Financial Policies, To Permit The Use Of
Excess Real Estate Transfer Tax Revenues To Pay For One Time Expenses
6/13/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Amending Council's GPF Financial Policies: Real Estate Transfer Taxes
From:
Vice Mayor Larry Reid
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13134 C.M.S., Which Sets
Forth The Council's General Purpose Fund (GPF) Financial Policies, To Permit The Use Of
Excess Real Estate Transfer Tax Revenues To Pay For One Time Expenses
6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Support Of AB 1229 Affirming Local Control Of Inclusionary Zoning For


12-0608 Subject:
Affordable Housing
From:
Offices Of Councilmembers Kalb And Gibson McElhaney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Assembly Bill 1229 (Atkins) - State
Legislation That Would Re-Authorize Cities And Counties To Adopt Ordinances With
Inclusionary Rental Housing Requirements For Lower Income Households
7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 262

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Community Policing Advisory Board Appointment - Gomez


12-0609 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Sal Gomez
As A Member Of The Community Policing Advisory Board
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Wildfire Prevention & Assessment District Advisory Board Appointment - Wong


12-0610 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Appointing Doug Wong As A Member Of The Wildfire
Prevention And Assessment District Advisory Board
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Establishing Community Facilities Districts For Expiring Wildfire Prevention


12-0611 Subject:
Assessment District
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Oakland Approving Amended And
Restated Local Goals And Policies And Appraisal Standards For Community Facilities
Districts; And
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Abstained

Environmental Oversight Costs At Former Oakland Army Base


12-0612 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Negotiate And
Execute The Following Agreements In Order To Modify The Manner In Which The California
Department Of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) And The Regional Water Quality Control
Board Are Paid For Environmental Oversight Costs At The Former Oakland Army Base
(OARB): (1) An Amendment To The 2003 Consent Agreement With DTSC; (2) An
Amendment To The 2002 Environmental Services Cooperative Agreement With The United
States Army (Army); And (3) An Assumption Agreement With The Army Approving The
Transfer Of The OARB Property From The Oakland Redevelopment Agency To The City
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0613 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council
Page 263

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0614 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Meatless Mondays
12-0615 Subject:
From:
Councilmembers Libby Schaaf and Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Declaring Mondays To Be "Meatless Mondays" In
The City Of Oakland
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Mabry


12-0616 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Brendy Mabry v. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG12616548, City Attorney's File No. 28551, In The Amount Of
Twenty-Eight Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars And No Cents ($28,500.00) (Public Works
Agency - Trip And Fall )
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Hamilton


12-0617 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Hamilton v. City Of Oakland, Et Al., Alameda County
Superior Court, Case No. RG12610883, City Attorney's File No. 28254-A, In The Amount Of
Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) (Oakland Police Department - Motor Vehicle Injury)
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

On-Call Sanitary Sewers Emergency Projects FY 2013-2014


12-0618 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To Andes
Construction, Inc., The Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For The On-Call Sanitary
Sewers Emergency Projects FY 2013-14 (Project No. C45S610), In Accord With Plans And
Specifications For The Project And Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Five Hundred Seventy
Thousand Two Hundred Twenty Dollars ($570,220.00)
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 264

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Easement Of York And Erie


12-0619 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Construction Contract To J. Howard
Engineering, Inc., The Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For The Rehabilitation
Of Sanitary Sewers And Storm Drain In The Easement Between York Street And Erie Street
And Sanitary Sewers In The Easement By Wellington Street And In The Easement By
Brighton Avenue (Project No. C329131), In Accord With Plans And Specifications For The
Project And Contractor's Bid In The Amount Of Three Hundred Thirty-Eight Thousand One
Hundred Seventy-Five Dollars ($338,175.00)
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Budget Advisory Committee Appointment - Andrus


12-0620 Subject:
From:
Office Of The Mayor
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Confirming The Mayor's Appointment Of Lori Andrus
To The Budget Advisory Committee
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Art And Soul Festival Report


12-0621 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On The Art And Soul Festival
7/23/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

FY 2013-2015 Adopted Policy Budget


12-0622 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The FY 2013-2015 Biennial Budget And
Appropriating Certain Funds To Provide For The Expenditures Proposed By Said Budget
6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Appropriations Limit For FY 2013-2015


12-0623 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Establishing An Appropriations Limit For Fiscal Year
2013-2014 Pursuant To Article XIIIB Of The California Constitution
6/27/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 265

Adopted

Voted: Absent

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Travel Authorization - Brooks


12-0624 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing Councilmember Desley Brooks To Travel
To Milwaukee, Wisconsin To Attend The 2013 National League Of Cities National Black
Caucus Of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO) Annual Summer Conference From July 31,
2013 To August 3, 2013
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Mandela Parkway Landscape Maintenance Contract


12-0625 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Award And Execute A Landscape Maintenance Contract To Bay Construction, The
Lowest Responsive And Responsible Bidder, For The-Mandela Parkway, For A Term Of Two
(2) Years In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Twenty Four Thousand Nine Hundred
Dollars ($224,900.00) Or $112,450.00 Annually, In Accord With Contractor's Bid, With Two
(2) One-Year Extensions Of The Contract At The City's Discretion Based Upon Funding,
Need And Satisfactory Performance, For A Grand Total Contract Amount For A Two Year
Term And Two (2) One Year Extensions Of Four Hundred Forty Nine Thousand Eight
Hundred Dollars ($449,800.00)
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

ENA With Strada Investment Group


12-0626 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing An Exclusive Negotiating Agreement
With Strada Investment Group For Development Of The City Center T-5/6 Site Bounded By
11th Street, Clay Street, And 12th Street
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Temescal/Telegraph And Laurel BIDs


12-0627 Subject:
From:
Department Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The Annual Reports Of The
Temescal/Telegraph Avenue Property Business Improvement District Of 2005 And The
Laurel Property Business Improvement District Of 2005 Advisory Boards; Confirming The
Continuing Annual Assessment For Each Applicable District For Fiscal Year 2013/14; And
Authorizing Payment Of The City's Cumulative Fiscal Year 2013/14 Fair Share Assessment
In An Amount Of Approximately $2,328.93 For City-Owned Property In The
Temescal/Telegraph Avenue District (The Temescal Library, APN 014 1219 003 00)
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 266

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Coliseum Authority Wireless Agreements


12-0628 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving And Authorizing The Execution Of A
License Agreement Between Sprint Spectrum L.P. And The Oakland Alameda County
Coliseum Authority And Certain Related Matters, And Authorizing The City Administrator To
Consent To A Wireless Sublease Agreement Between AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint
Spectrum L.P. And The Oakland Alameda County Coliseum Authority
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

2010 PSGP Funding For Phase 2 Of The Domain Awareness Center


12-0630 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Accept,
Appropriate, And Administer Up To Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) Of American Recovery
And Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Supplemental Port Security Grant Funds For (PSGP) Fiscal
Years 2009 And 2010 Supplemental For Phase 2 Of The Joint Port Of Oakland/City Domain
Awareness Center (DAC) Project; And 2) Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding And
Grant Administration Agreement With The Port Of Oakland To Distribute And Expend Said
Funds For Phase 2 Of The System Enhancements And Integration Of The DAC Project; And
3) Approve The City Of Oakland's Preliminary Spending Plan For Fiscal Years 2009 And
2010 PSGP Grant Funds And To Administer And Expend The Supplemental PSGP Funds In
Accordance With The Preliminary Spending Plan And The Proposed Grant Administration
Agreement; And 4) Amend The City's 2013 Contract With Science Applications International
Corporation (SAIC) By Increasing The Amount To Be Paid Up To Two Million Dollars For
Completion Of Phase 2 Of The DAC Project Work, Bringing The Total Contract Amount
Authorized To Four Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,900,000); And Waiving The
Competitive Request For Proposal/Qualifications (RFP/Q) And The Advertising And Bidding
Requirements, For The Proposed Contract Amendment With Science Applications
International Corporation (SAIC)
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Excused

CSUEB Nursing Clinical Program Agreement


12-0631 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Student Placement Agreement With The California State University, East Bay Nursing
Clinical Program (CSUEB) To Provide For Nursing Students To Complete Their Clinical Field
Study Experience With The City Of Oakland, Department Of Human Services - Multipurpose
Senior Services Program (MSSP) Effective Upon Execution Of Agreement Through
December 31, 2018
7/23/2013

City of Oakland

*Life Enrichment Committee

Page 267

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

CSUEB Nursing Clinical Program Agreement


12-0631 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A
Student Placement Agreement With The California State University, East Bay Nursing
Clinical Program (CSUEB) To Provide For Nursing Students To Complete Their Clinical Field
Study Experience With The City Of Oakland, Department Of Human Services - Multipurpose
Senior Services Program (MSSP) Effective Upon Execution Of Agreement Through
December 31, 2018
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

FY 2012 Federal Statewide Homeland Security Program Grant Funds


12-0632 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To: 1) Accept, Appropriate, And Administer Federal Fiscal Year 2012 Statewide Homeland
Security (SHSP) Grant Allocation Of One Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($110,000) From
The Alameda County (ALCO) Sheriff's Department; And 2) Expend Fiscal Year 2012 SHSP
Funds Including Funding The Oakland Fire Department Metropolitan Medical Response
System (MMRS) Planning Staff, Equipment And Training Program And Entering Into Service
And Purchasing Agreements To Expend Such Grant Funds Without Further Council Review
Or Action, Including The Purchase In Excess Of The City Administrator's Purchasing
Authority Provided That The City's Advertising, Bidding, And Request For
Proposals/Qualification Requirements And Purchasing Programs And Policies Are Followed
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Community Groups And Staff For Love Our Lake Day
12-0633 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring The Organizers, Producers And Attending
Staff On Love Our Lake Day, June 9, 2013
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring The Completion Of Lake Merritt Boulevard Improvement Project


12-0634 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring McGuire & Hester, Rajappan & Meyer,
Sasaki Associates, Golden Associates, And The Public Works Agency Staff On The
Completion Of The Lake Merritt Boulevard/12th Street Reconstruction Project
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 268

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Resolution Opposing State Legislation Weakening The California Public Records


12-0635 Subject:
Act
From:
Councilmembers Kalb And Schaaf
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Opposing State Legislation That Weakens California
Public Records Act Disclosure Provisions Applicable To Local Agencies
6/27/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Amending Ordinance Number 13133 C.M.S


12-0636 Subject:
From:
The Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 13133 C.M.S. (The
FY 2012-13 Master Fee Schedule, Or "MFS"), To Establish And Modify Fees And Penalties
Assessed By The Office Of The City Clerk, The Administrative Services Department, The
Oakland Police Department, And The Office Of Parks And Recreation
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Subject:
Amending Ordinance Number 13133 C.M.S
From:
The Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 13133 C.M.S. (The
FY 2012-13 Master Fee Schedule, Or "MFS"), To Establish And Modify Fees And Penalties
Assessed By The Office Of The City Clerk, The Administrative Services Department, The
Oakland Police Department, And The Office Of Parks And Recreation
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved for Final Passage

Honoring Superintendent Tony Smith


12-0638 Subject:
From:
Council Member Gibson McElhaney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Honoring Superintendent Tony Smith On His Service
To The Oakland Unified School District
7/2/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Purchase of Materials for Defremery Park


12-0639 Subject:
From:
Office of Parks and Recreation
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Waive The
Advertising And Bidding Requirements For Award Of A Contract In The Amount Of Ten
Thousand Dollars ($10,000) To Good Tidings Foundation For The Purchase Of Equipment
For Improvements At Defremery Park Basketball Courts
7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 269

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Lease Of City Owned Property At 8200 International Boulevard


12-0641 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A
Lease For City Owned Property Located At 8200 International Blvd. With East Oakland Youth
Development Center Qualified Active Low Income Community Business, Inc. (EOYDC
QALICB, Inc.), A California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation, For A Term Of Sixty-Six
(66) Years
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Lease Of City Owned Property At 8200 International Boulevard
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute A
Lease For City Owned Property Located At 8200 International Blvd. With East Oakland Youth
Development Center Qualified Active Low Income Community Business, Inc. (EOYDC
QALICB, Inc.), A California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation, For A Term Of Sixty-Six
(66) Years
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Excused

BRT Project Monitoring Report


12-0642 Subject:
From:
Department Of Public Works
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Master Cooperative
Agreement With The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (Ac Transit) For The Final
Design And Construction Phases Of The Downtown Oakland To San Leandro Bus Rapid
Transit Project; And
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Excused

12-0642-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Enter Into A Operations And
Maintenance Agreement With The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) For
The Downtown Oakland To San Leandro Bus Rapid Transit Project

7/30/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Page 270

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Grant Agreement With Bay Area Community Services


12-0643 Subject:
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To The New Operator Of The Henry Robinson Multi Service Center (HRMSC), As
The Successful Request For Qualifications (RFQ) Respondent, For An Amount Not To
Exceed $1,197,169 From August 1, 2013 Through February 28, 2014 And To Approve A
Change In The Target Population Served, Adopt A Rapid Re-Housing And Interim Housing
Model Without Returning To Council To Award Renewal Contract
7/23/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Grant Agreement With Bay Area Community Services
From:
Department of Human Services
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Award A
Contract To The New Operator Of The Henry Robinson Multi Service Center (HRMSC), As
The Successful Request For Qualifications (RFQ) Respondent, For An Amount Not To
Exceed $1,197,169 From August 1, 2013 Through February 28, 2014 And To Approve A
Change In The Target Population Served, Adopt A Rapid Re-Housing And Interim Housing
Model Without Returning To Council To Award Renewal Contract
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted as Amended

Voted: Excused

ORSA Bond Spending Plan


12-0644 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution (1) Approving A Plan For Spending Excess Tax Allocation Bond Proceeds,
(2) Authorizing A Bond Expenditure Agreement With The Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency To Transfer Such Funds To The City For Bond-Eligible Purposes, (3)
Accepting Excess Bond Funds, (4) Appropriating And Allocating Such Funds To Projects And
Programs Consistent With The Bond Expenditure Agreement And The Spending Plan, And
(5) Approving The Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency's Schedule For Repayment
Of Loan Indebtedness To The City For West Oakland Redevelopment Projects Financed By
The City; And
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0644-1 2) An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency (ORSA) Resolution Authorizing A Bond


Expenditure Agreement With The City Of Oakland To Transfer Excess Tax Allocation Bond
Proceeds Not Previously Obligated To The City For Bond-Eligible Purposes; And

7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 271

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0644-2 3) An Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Resolution Establishing A Schedule For
Repayment Of Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Loan Indebtedness To The City
For West Oakland Redevelopment Projects Financed By The City

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Timothy Scott Campbell


12-0645 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Timothy Scott Campbell, Et Al. V. City Of Oakland Et
Al, United States District Court Case No. Cv-11-5498-Rs. City Attorney's File No. X03740, In
The Amount Of One Million One Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars And No Cents
($1,170,000.00) Payable To Rachel Lederman Attorney Trust Account. (Oakland Police
Department - Civil Rights Violation)
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Dennis Abbott


12-0646 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Dennis Abbott V. U.S. Bank; City Of Oakland, Alameda
County Superior Court Case No. Rg12-613796, In The Amount Of One Hundred Thousand
Dollars And No Cents ($100,000.00) As A Result Of A Trip And Fall Accident On Or About
September 19, 2011 (Public Works Agency - Trip And Fall)
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Rolls-Royce


12-0647 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving Settlement Of Rolls-Royce Engine
Services-Oakland Inc. V. City Of Oakland (Alameda Superior Court Case No. Rg13671409),
By Accepting Payment From Rolls-Royce Of $223,084 In Business Taxes And Interest And
Waiving City's Claim To Payment Of Penalties Of $34,817, In Exchange For Dismissal Of
Rolls-Royce's Lawsuit (Finance And Management Agency- Business Taxes Per Omc Ch.
5.04)
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 272

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

FY 2013-2014 WIA Budget And Contracts


12-0648 Subject:
From:
Department Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution (1) Adopting The Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Workforce
Investment Budget; (2) Accepting And Appropriating Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title I
Funds For Adult, Dislocated Worker, And Youth Programs In The Amount Of $4,854,996;
And (3) Authorizing Contracts With Service Providers Competitively Selected By The
Oakland Workforce Investment Board To Provide Adult, Dislocated Worker, And Youth
Services Through June 2016
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Amendments To The FY 2011-2013 Successor Agency Budget


12-0649 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Amending The City Of Oakland's FY 2011-13
Biennial Budget, Which Was Adopted Pursuant To Resolution No. 83444 C.M.S. On June
30, 2011 And Amended By Resolution 83943 C.M.S. On June 28, 2012, And Appropriating
An Amount Not To Exceed $2.1 Million, From General Purpose Fund Undesignated Fund
Balance To Cover General Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency Staff And Operating
Costs
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

League of California Cities' 2013 Conference Voting Delegate Appointments


12-0650 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution Designating Councilmember Dan Kalb As The City Of
Oakland's Voting Delegate And Council President Patricia Kernighan As The City Of
Oakland's Alternate Voting Delegate To The League Of California Cities 2013 Annual
Conference Scheduled For September 18-20 In Sacramento
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Disposition Of City-Owned Property For Development


12-0652 Subject:
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Oakland Municipal Code To Add A
New Chapter 2.41 Entitled "Disposition Of City-Owned Property For Development"
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Subject:
Disposition Of City-Owned Property For Development
From:
Office Of Neighborhood Investment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Oakland Municipal Code To Add A
New Chapter 2.41 Entitled "Disposition Of City-Owned Property For Development"
7/30/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Page 273

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Excused

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Contract With Causa Justa


12-0653 Subject:
From:
Department Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing A Contract With Causa Justa For One
Year With A One-Year Option To Renew In An Amount Not To Exceed A Total Of $320,000
To Administer The Oakland Day Labor Program
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

EBRCSA Evaluation And Updated City Radio Report


12-0654 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To: 1) Negotiate And Execute An Agreement With RCC Consultants Inc. To Provide An
Evaluation And Report On The East Bay Regional Communications System Authority
(EBRCSA) P-25 Radio System And The Feasibility Of Relocating Microwave Paths, In An
Amount Not To Exceed $150,000; And, 2) Waive The Advertising And Request For Proposal
Process For Award Of Said Contract To RCC Consultants Inc.
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Fiber Optics Network Master Plan And Pilot Project Area Deployment
12-0655 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Negotiate And Execute A
Professional Services Agreement With Kimley-Horn Associates For Engineering Services In
An Amount Not To Exceed $50,000; And, 2) Waive The Competitive Bidding, Advertising,
And The Request For Proposal Process And Delegate Authority To The City Administrator To
Award Contract Related To Engineering Services; And
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

GHAD 2013/2014 Annual Budget Approval


12-0656 Subject:
From:
Geologic Hazard Abatement District Board
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Approving The 2013/2014 Annual Budget For The
GHAD
7/30/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Page 274

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Fire Department Personnel Services For Bay Area Urban Area Security Initiative
12-0658 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into A
Memorandum Of Understanding With The Alameda County Sheriff's Office (ACSO) For Fire
Department Personnel Services That The City Of Oakland Will Provide In Connection With
The Bay Area Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) For Federal Fiscal Year 2012, Under The
Auspices Of The Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Program; And 2) Accept,
Appropriate And Administer The UASI Grant Allocation Of Up To $75,000 For Federal Fiscal
Year 2012, For The Reimbursement Of Salaries And Benefits Paid To The Oakland Fire
Department For Staff Assigned As A Training And Exercise Program Officer For The Bay
Area UASI Regional Training And Exercise Program; And 3) Waive The City Of Oakland
Central Services Overhead (CSO) Fees That Are Approximately Twenty Four Thousand And
Eleven Dollars ($24,011) Per Fiscal Year Affiliated With The FY 2012 UASI Supplemental
ACSO Grant; And
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Informational Report on Measure C Funds


12-0659 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Desley Brooks
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report On Possible Action To Establish A
Process For The Allocation Of Measure C (Transportation and Occupancy Tax) Funds For
City Festivals, Parades, And Runs
9/24/2013

*Life Enrichment Committee

Voted: Aye

Received and Filed

UASI FY 2013 And FY 2014 Grant Awards And Governance Agreements


12-0660 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into An
Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Administration Agreement With The City And
County Of San Francisco To Accept And Appropriate Up To One Million Five Hundred
Dollars ($1,500,000) In Fiscal Year 2013 UASI Grant Funding; And 2) Accept, Appropriate,
And Administer The FY 2013 UASI Grant And All Programs Included As Part Of The Grant
Performance And Requirements In Accordance To The Preliminary Spending Plan Including
Purchases Of Equipment And Services In Excess Of Her Purchasing Authority Without
Further Council Review And Action For Equipment That Is On The Federally Authorized
Equipment List (AEL) And Services Required By The Grant Provided That The City Bidding
Requirements, Contracts And Purchasing Programs/Policies Are Followed; And 3) Waive
The City Of Oakland Central Services Overhead (CSO) Fees Of Approximately Thirty
Thousand Five Hundred And Fifty Dollars ($30,550) Affiliated With The FY 2013 UASI Grant;
And
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 275

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0660-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into Urban
Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Administration Agreement With The City And County Of
San Francisco To Accept And Appropriate Up To One Million Five Hundred Dollars
($1,500,000) In Fiscal Year 2014 UASI Grant Funding; And 2) Accept, Appropriate, And
Administer The FY 2014 UASI Grant And All Programs Included As Part Of The Grant
Performance And Requirements In Accordance To The Preliminary Spending Plan Including
Purchases Of Equipment And Services In Excess Of Her Purchasing Authority Without
Further Council Review And Action For Equipment That Is On The Federally Authorized
Equipment List (AEL) And Services Required By The Grant Provided That The City Bidding
Requirements, Contracts And Purchasing Programs/Policies Are Followed; And 3) Waive
The City Of Oakland Central Services Overhead (CSO) Fees Of Approximately Thirty
Thousand Five Hundred And Fifty Dollars ($30,550) Affiliated With The FY 2014 UASI Grant;
And

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0660-2 3) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: Enter Into A
Governance Memorandum Of Understanding To Expand The Urban Area Security Initiative
(UASI) Approval Authority To Include The Following Jurisdictions: City Of Oakland, City Of
San Jose, City And County Of San Francisco, Counties Of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin,
Monterey, San Mateo, Santa Clara And Sonoma, Which Will Provide Overall Governance Of
The UASI Grant Program, As Well As Other Grant Programs Under The Jurisdiction Of The
Approval Authority Across The Bay Area Region Effective December 2, 2013 Through
December 2, 2015

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

FY 2013 And FY 2014 UASI Supplemental Grant Awards


12-0661 Subject:
From:
Oakland Fire Department
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into An
Agreement With The County Of San Mateo Under Which The City Of Oakland Will Provide
Its Fire Department Staffing During The Term October 1, 2013 Through September 30, 2014,
In Exchange For Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Supplemental Grant Funding In
Connection With The Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) Operations;
And 2) Accept, Appropriate, And Administer Federal Fiscal Year 2013 UASI Supplemental
Grant Allocations Through The San Mateo County Agreement From October 1, 2013
Through September 30, 2014 Period For An Amount Up To Two Hundred And Twenty
Thousand Nine Hundred And Twenty Two Dollars ($220,922) For The Reimbursement Of
Salaries And Benefits For Oakland Fire Department Personnel Assigned As Liaison/Critical
Infrastructure Protection Officer Per The County Of San Mateo NCRIC Agreement; And 3)
Waive The City Of Oakland Central Services Overhead (CSO) Fees That Are Approximately
Twenty Four Thousand And Eleven Dollars ($24,011) Per Fiscal Year Affiliated With The FY
2013 UASI Supplemental Grant; And
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 276

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Oakland Renaissance New Market Tax Credits


12-0662 Subject:
From:
Office of neighborhood investment
Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:
1) A Resolution Authorizing Oakland Renaissance NMTC, Inc., An Affiliate Of The City, To
Accept An Allocation Of Tax Credit Authority In An Amount Not To Exceed $20 Million
Pursuant To The New Markets Tax Credit Program, And To Enter Into An Allocation
Agreement And Related Documents With The Community Development Financial Institutions
Fund For This Tax Credit Authority; And
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0662-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing A Loan To Oakland Renaissance NMTC, Inc., In The Amount Of
$125,000 For A Term Of Up To Twelve Months With An Interest Rate Of 3.5 Percent From
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Fund To Cover Oakland Renaissance
NMTC, Inc.'s Organizational Start-Up Expenses Required To Initiate The Allocation Of New
Market Tax Credits; And

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0662-2 3) A Resolution Approving The Allocation Of Up To $6 Million Of New Market Tax Credits By
Oakland Renaissance NMTC, Inc., To A Sub-Community Development Entity Affiliated With
Oakland Renaissance NMTC, Inc., To Allocate Said Tax Credits To The East Bay Asian
Local Development Corporation Or Its Affiliates For The Renovation Of Swan's Marketplace
Located At 538 9th Street, And/Or Property At 1825 San Pablo Avenue; And

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0662-4 5) A Resolution Approving The Allocation Of Up $6 Million Of New Market Tax Credits By
Oakland Renaissance NMTC, Inc., To A Sub-Community Development Entity Affiliated With
Oakland Renaissance NMTC, Inc., To Allocate Said Tax Credits To Sunfield Development
LLC Or Its Affiliates For The Development Of Seminary Point, A Retail Project At Foothill
Boulevard And Seminary Avenue

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Honoring Trikone
12-0663 Subject:
From:
President Pro Tempore Rebecca Kaplan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Recognizing Trikone, The First Organization For
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, And Queer (LGBTQ) People Of South Asian Descent
In The World
7/2/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 277

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Support For SB 7: Promoting Prevailing Wage In Charter Cities


12-0664 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Dan Kalb
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of Senate Bill (SB) 7 (Steinberg) - State
Legislation That Will Require Charter Cities To Adopt Local Legislation Establishing
Prevailing Wage Requirements For Local Public Works Projects To Receive And Use State
Funding For Such Projects
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Allocation Of Funds For The Affordable Housing Trust


12-0665 Subject:
From:
Councilmember Dan Kalb
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Amending Oakland Municipal Code Section
15.68.100 That Established The Affordable Housing Trust Fund To Set Aside An Amount
Equal To 25% Of Funds Distributed' To The City As A Taxing Entity Under The
Redevelopment Dissolution Laws Into The Affordable Housing Trust Fund, (2) Amending
Ordinance No. 12502 C.M.S. That Established A General Fund Reserve Policy To Exempt
These Distributions From The Requirement To Use One Time Revenues To Pay For One
Time Expenses Or Reduce Negative Fund Balances, And (3) Appropriating And Transferring
Such Distributions From The General Purpose Fund To The Affordable Housing Trust Fund
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Excused

Subject:
Allocation Of Funds For The Affordable Housing Trust
From:
Councilmember Dan Kalb
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Amending Oakland Municipal Code Section
15.68.100 That Established The Affordable Housing Trust Fund To Set Aside An Amount
Equal To 25% Of Funds Distributed' To The City As A Taxing Entity Under The
Redevelopment Dissolution Laws Into The Affordable Housing Trust Fund, (2) Amending
Ordinance No. 12502 C.M.S. That Established A General Fund Reserve Policy To Exempt
These Distributions From The Requirement To Use One Time Revenues To Pay For One
Time Expenses Or Reduce Negative Fund Balances, And (3) Appropriating And Transferring
Such Distributions From The General Purpose Fund To The Affordable Housing Trust Fund
9/17/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Subject:
Allocation Of Funds For The Affordable Housing Trust
From:
Councilmember Dan Kalb
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance (1) Amending Oakland Municipal Code Section
15.68.100 That Established The Affordable Housing Trust Fund To Set Aside An Amount
Equal To 25% Of Funds Distributed' To The City As A Taxing Entity Under The
Redevelopment Dissolution Laws Into The Affordable Housing Trust Fund, (2) Amending
Ordinance No. 12502 C.M.S. That Established A General Fund Reserve Policy To Exempt
These Distributions From The Requirement To Use One Time Revenues To Pay For One
Time Expenses Or Reduce Negative Fund Balances, And (3) Appropriating And Transferring
Such Distributions From The General Purpose Fund To The Affordable Housing Trust Fund
10/1/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council
Page 278

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0662-3 4) A Resolution Approving The Allocation Of Up To $8 Million Of New Market Tax Credits By
Oakland Renaissance NMTC, Inc., To A Sub-Community Development Entity Affiliated With
Oakland Renaissance NMTC, Inc., To Allocate Said Tax Credits To Bridge Housing, Inc. Or
Its Affiliates For The Development Of MacArthur Station Mixed-Use Development, Parcel A,
At 585 40th
Street; And

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Grant Funds From The California Emergency Management Agency


12-0667 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To
Accept And Appropriate Grant Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed Two Hundred Thousand
Dollars ($200,000) From The California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA,
Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Program): 1) To Authorize The Extension Implementation
And Operation Of The East Bay Task Force On Human Trafficking In The Oakland Police
Department (OPD); And 2) Waive The Competitive Request For Proposal/Qualifications
(RFP/Q) For The Continued Services Agreement With Bay Area Women Against Rape
(BAWAR), In An Amount Not To Exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) For The Period Of
October 1, 2012 Through September 30, 2013 With An Option To Extend Through
September 30, 2014
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

12-0661-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into An
Agreement With The County Of San Mateo Under Which The City Of Oakland Will Provide
Its Fire Department Staffing During The Term October 1, 2014 Through September 30, 2015,
In Exchange For Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Supplemental Grant Funding In
Connection With The Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) Operations;
And 2) Accept, Appropriate, And Administer Federal Fiscal Year 2014 UASI Supplemental
Grant Allocations Through The San Mateo County Agreement From October 1, 2014
Through September 30, 2015 Period For An Amount Up To Two Hundred And Twenty
Thousand Nine Hundred And Twenty Two Dollars ($220,922) For The Reimbursement Of
Salaries And Benefits Of Oakland Fire Department Personnel Assigned As Liaison/Critical
Infrastructure Protection Officer Per The County Of San Mateo NCRIC Agreement; And 3)
Waive The City Of Oakland Central Services Overhead (CSO) Fees That Are Approximately
Twenty Four Thousand And Eleven Dollars ($24,011) Per Fiscal Year Affiliated With The FY
2014 UASI Supplemental Grant

7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 279

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title


12-0658-1 2) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into A
Memorandum Of Understanding With The Alameda County Sheriff's Office (ACSO) For Fire
Department Personnel Services That The City Of Oakland Will Provide In Connection With
The Bay Area Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) For Federal Fiscal Year 2013, Under The
Auspices Of The Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Program; And 2) Accept,
Appropriate And Administer The UASI Grant Allocation Of Up To $150,000 For Federal
Fiscal Year 2013, For The Reimbursement Of Salaries And Benefits Paid To The Oakland
Fire Department For Staff Assigned As A Training And Exercise Program Officer For The
Bay Area UASI Regional Training And Exercise Program; And 3) Waive The City Of Oakland
Central Services Overhead (CSO) Fees That Are Approximately Twenty Four Thousand And
Eleven Dollars ($24,011) Per Fiscal Year Affiliated With The Fy2013 UASI Supplemental
ACSO Grant; And

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

12-0658-2 3) A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee To: 1) Enter Into A
Memorandum Of Understanding With The Alameda County Sheriff's Office (ACSO) For Fire
Department Personnel Services That The City Of Oakland Will Provide In Connection With
The Bay Area Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) For Federal Fiscal Year 2014, Under The
Auspices Of The Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Program; And 2) Accept,
Appropriate And Administer The UASI Grant Allocation Of Up To $150,000 For Federal
Fiscal Year 2014, For The Reimbursement Of Salaries And Benefits Paid To The Oakland
Fire Department For Staff Assigned As A Training And Exercise Program Officer For The
Bay Area UASI Regional Training And Exercise Program; And 3) Waive The City Of Oakland
Central Services Overhead (CSO) Fees That Are Approximately Twenty Four Thousand And
Eleven Dollars ($24,011) Per Fiscal Year Affiliated With The Fy2014 UASI Supplemental
Grant

7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To AIDS Epidemic


12-0668 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing And Continuing The City Council's
Declaration Of A Local Emergency Due To The Existence Of A Critical Public Health Crisis
With Regard To The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ("HIV")/Acquired Immunodeficiency
Syndrome ("AIDS") Epidemic
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Medical Cannabis Health Emergency


12-0669 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Renewing The City Council's Declaration Of A Local
Public Health Emergency With Respect To Safe, Affordable Access To Medical Cannabis In
The City Of Oakland
7/16/2013

City of Oakland

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Page 280

Adopted

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Jack London Improvement District 2013


12-0480-2 Subject:
From:
Office of Economic and Workforce Developmant
Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution
Establishing The Jack London Improvement District, Approving The Management Plan,
Directing Filing Of The Proposed Assessment District Boundary Description, Making A
Determination With Regard To The Majority Protest Procedure For Approval Of The
Proposed Assessments, Approving The Assessments For The District And Authorizing
Payment Of The FY 13/14 Assessment On One (1) City-Owned Property On Which
Assessments Are To Be Levied (APN 018 0425 040 01) In An Amount Of Approximately
$125.55
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Adopted

Voted: Aye

State and Federal Budget Status Report


09-0439-44 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Receive An Informational Report Regarding The Status Of The State And
Federal Budget Development And Its Potential Impacts On The City Of Oakland [TITLE
CHANGE]
7/23/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Received and Filed

Voted: Aye

CA Corrections Standards Authority Title II Formula Grant Funds


12-0670 Subject:
From:
Oakland Police Department
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution 1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Accept And
Appropriate State Of California Corrections Standards Authority Title II Formula Grant
Program Funds In An Amount Not To Exceed One Hundred Seventy-Two Thousand One
Hundred Forty One Dollars ($172,141) Annually For The Period Of January 1, 2013
December 31, 2014 For Implementation Of The Oakland Youth Court Program; And 2)
Authorizing The City Administrator To Amend And Extend The Professional Services
Agreement With CenterForce Corporation (CenterForce) By Increasing The Amount To Be
Paid At An Amount Not To Exceed Seventy-Six Thousand And Three Hundred Dollars
($76,300) Per Year For Years 2013 And 2014, Bringing The Total Authorized To Be Paid
Under This Contract To $236,238 For The Administration Of The Oakland Youth Court
Program; And 3) Waiving The Advertising And Bidding Requirements And Request For
Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) Process For The Proposed CenterForce Agreement
Amendment And Extension; And 4) Waiving The City Of Oakland Central Services Overhead
(CSO) Fees Of Approximately $9,894 Annually For Years 2013 And 2014 Associated With
The Title II Formula Grant Program Funds
7/30/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Page 281

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Hegenberger Bridge Preventative Maintenance Project


12-0671 Subject:
From:
Public Works Agency
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Her Designee
To Accept And Appropriate Seven Hundred One Thousand One Hundred And Fifty-Eight
Dollars ($701,158.00) In Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP) Grant Funds Under The
Bridge Preventive Maintenance Program (BPMP) For Hegenberger Road Bridge Over San
Leandro Street Preventive Maintenance Project (City Project No. C466710); And To
Authorize A Local Match Of 18 Percent From Measure B Fund 2211 In The Amount Of One
Hundred Fifty-Three Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-Two Dollars ($153,842.00)
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Add Employee Relations Analyst Classification To Salary Ordinance


12-0672 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Managment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Classification Employee Relations Analyst,
Principal
7/23/2013

*Finance & Management


Committee

Voted: Aye

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Subject:
Add Employee Relations Analyst Classification To Salary Ordinance
From:
Department Of Human Resources Managment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Classification Employee Relations Analyst,
Principal
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Approved On Introduction
and Scheduled for Final
Passage

Voted: Excused

Subject:
Add Employee Relations Analyst Classification To Salary Ordinance
From:
Department Of Human Resources Managment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Classification Employee Relations Analyst,
Principal
9/17/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Approved As Amended On
Introduction and Scheduled
for Final Passage

Subject:
Add Employee Relations Analyst Classification To Salary Ordinance
From:
Department Of Human Resources Managment
Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending The Salary Schedule Of Ordinance No.
12187 C.M.S. ("Salary Ordinance") To Add The Classification Employee Relations Analyst,
Principal
10/1/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency/City
Council

Page 282

Approved for Final Passage

Voted: Aye

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

911/CAD/RMS RFP
12-0673 Subject:
From:
Department Of Information Technology
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Expend
($1,400,000) One Million Four Hundred Thousand Dollars Each Year For Five (5) Years
Beginning Fiscal Year 2013 Through 2018 From The FY 2013-15 Budget And To: (1) Renew
A Five (5) Year Maintenance And Support Agreement With Motorola For FY 2013-14
Through FY 2017-18 For An Amount Not To Exceed $800,000.00 Per Year x Five (5) Years,
(Which Includes Software Installation Services Cost Of $100,000 Per Year) For A Grand
Contract Total Amount Of $4,000,000.00; (2) Negotiate And Execute Separate Additional
Vendor Agreements For Related Software, Equipment And Installation And Maintenance
Services In An Amount Not To Exceed $600,000.00 Per Year For Five (5) Years For A Grand
Total Amount Of $3,000,000.00, Without Returning To Council; And, (3) Waive The
Competitive Bidding, Advertising, And The Request For Proposal Requirements For The
Motorola And The Related Maintenance And Support Vendor Contracts
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Support For AB 210:Transactions And Use Taxes


12-0674 Subject:
From:
Council President Patricia Kernighan
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Support Of AB 210 (Wieckowski), Alameda County
Transportation Sales Tax Measure
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

IT Financing Infrastructure, Operations, Maintenance and Licensing Agreements


12-0675 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To
Execute A Master Lease Agreement, Municipal Payment Plan And All Related Documents
With IBM Credit LLC And Oracle Credit Corporation, For Financing In An Amount Not To
Exceed $19,250,000 For A Term Of Not More Than 7 Years And An Interest Rate Not To
Exceed 3.5% Tax Exempt And/Or 4.8% Taxable, To Provide Funding To Enter: (1) Renewal
Of On-Going Information Technology Operations And Maintenance Agreements And (2)
Hardware, Software, Professional Services And Maintenance Agreements To Upgrade And
Enhance Oracle, Microsoft And Public Safety Systems; In Addition, The City Council
Authorizes Entry Into Information Technology Agreement(s) For Upgrades To Existing
Systems Without Returning To Council And Waives Competitive Bidding, Advertising And
Request For Proposals/Qualification Process Requirements For Financing And Information
Technology Agreement(s)
7/23/2013

City of Oakland

*Finance & Management


Committee

Page 283

Approve the
Recommendation of Staff,
and Forward

Voted: Abstained

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

IT Financing Infrastructure, Operations, Maintenance and Licensing Agreements


12-0675 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator Or Designee To
Execute A Master Lease Agreement, Municipal Payment Plan And All Related Documents
With IBM Credit LLC And Oracle Credit Corporation, For Financing In An Amount Not To
Exceed $19,250,000 For A Term Of Not More Than 7 Years And An Interest Rate Not To
Exceed 3.5% Tax Exempt And/Or 4.8% Taxable, To Provide Funding To Enter: (1) Renewal
Of On-Going Information Technology Operations And Maintenance Agreements And (2)
Hardware, Software, Professional Services And Maintenance Agreements To Upgrade And
Enhance Oracle, Microsoft And Public Safety Systems; In Addition, The City Council
Authorizes Entry Into Information Technology Agreement(s) For Upgrades To Existing
Systems Without Returning To Council And Waives Competitive Bidding, Advertising And
Request For Proposals/Qualification Process Requirements For Financing And Information
Technology Agreement(s)
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Contract With Alliant Insurance Services For ROCIP Administration


12-0676 Subject:
From:
Department Of Human Resources Management
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Four (4) Year Contract To Alliant
Insurance Services, Inc. For The Provision Of Rolling Owner Controlled Insurance Program
(ROCIP) Brokerage And Administration Services For An Annual Contract Amount Of
$308,253.83 For Each Contract Year Covering Fiscal Years 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 And
2016-17 For A Total Contract Amount Not Exceed 1,233,015.31
7/30/2013

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Jack London BID Public Trust Agreement


12-0678 Subject:
From:
Department Of Economic And Workforce Development
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To Execute An
Agreement With The Port Of Oakland And State Lands Commission Ensuring That
Assessments Paid By The Port For The Proposed Jack London Improvement District Are
Used Consistent With The Trust For Commerce, Navigation, And Fisheries
7/16/2013

Concurrent Meeting of the


Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency and the
City Council

Voted: Aye

Adopted

Settlement Agreement - Bruce Thrupp


12-0679 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Attorney
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To
Compromise And Settle The Case Of Bruce Thrupp v. City Of Oakland, Alameda County
Superior Court Case No. RG12-626587, In The Amount Of Fifty-Seven Thousand Seven
Hundred Dollars And No Cents ($57,700.00) As A Result Of The Failure Of A City Storm
Drain Pipe On Or About July 21, 2011 (Public Works Agency)
7/30/2013

City of Oakland

Special Concurrent Meeting of


the Oakland Redevelopment
Successor Agency / City
Council / Geologic Hazard
Abatement District Board
Page 284

Adopted

Voted: Excused

Printed on 9/13/2016

File Number Title

Upgrade The City's Integrated Public Safety System (IPSS) Network


12-0680 Subject:
From:
Office Of The City Administrator
Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Awarding A Contract To Bear Data Solutions
Technology, A Corporation, In An Amount Not To Exceed Five Hundred Fourteen Thousand,
Four Hundred Forty-Three Dollars And Ninety-Four Cents ($514,443.94