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*Rules & Legislation Committee on 2021-05-20 10:30 AM - Please See The Agenda To Participate In The Meeting
Meeting Time: May 20, 2021 at 10:30am PDT
Closed for Comment May 19, 2021 at 10:30am PDT
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Pursuant to the Governor's Executive Order N-29-20, all members of the City Council as well as the City Administrator, City Attorney and City Clerk will join the meeting via phone/video conference and no teleconference locations are required .
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1 PUBLIC COMMENT: COMMENT ON ALL ACTION ITEMS WILL BE TAKEN AT THIS TIME. COMMENTS FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA WILL BE TAKEN DURING OPEN FORUM.
2 21-0371 Approval Of The Draft Minutes From The Committee Meeting Of May 6, 2021
3 New Scheduling Items
3.1 21-0312 Subject: OUSD Reopening Plans From: Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: TITLE CHANGE OLD TITLE Receive An Informational Report From The Oakland Unified School District On 1) The Current Status Of The Reopening Plan For The 2020-2021 Academic Year And 2) The Reopening Plan For The 2021-2022 Academic Year NEW TITLE Receive An Oral Report From The Oakland Unified School District On 1) The Current Status Of The Reopening Plan For The 2020-2021 Academic Year And 2) The Reopening Plan For The 2021-2022 Academic Year; On The May 24, 2021 Education Partnership Committee Agenda
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3.2 21-0414 Subject: FY 2021-23 Proposed Budget Resolutions From: Finance Department Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution: (a.) Adopting The Biennial Budget For Fiscal Years 2021-23 And Appropriating Funds To Cover Expenditures Approved By Said Budget; And (b.) Creating The General Purpose Fund Emergency Reserve Fund (Fund 1011) As Directed By City Council In Resolution No. 88574 C.M.S.; And (c.) Authorizing The City Administrator To Transfer Funds Between Departments, Programs And Funds As Necessary To Support Departmental Reorganization As Set Forth In The Adopted Biennial Budget For Fiscal Years 2021-23; And
21-0415 2) A Resolution Authorizing The Use Of One-Time Revenues To Balance The Fiscal Years 2021-23 Biennial Budget Pursuant To Section 1, Part D Of The City Of Oakland Consolidated Fiscal Policy (Ordinance No. 13487 C.M.S.); And
21-0416 3) A Resolution Awarding Grant Agreements To Family Bridges, Spanish Speaking Unity Council Of Alameda County, Inc., Vietnamese American Community Center Of The East Bay, Vietnamese Community Development Inc., Eden I&R Inc., Youth Together, Oakland Children's Fairyland Inc., Chabot Space & Science Center, Oakland Parks And Recreation Foundation, Friends Of Peralta Hacienda Historical Park, East Bay Zoological Society, Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Oakland Promise, And Centro Legal In A Total Amount Not To Exceed $1,993,215.00 For Fiscal Year 2021-22 And $1,843,215.00 For Fiscal Year 2022-23; And
21-0417 4) An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2.29 Of The Oakland Municipal Code Entitled "City Agencies, Departments And Offices" To Establish The Department Of Animal Services As A Standalone Department; On The May 26, 2021 Special City Council Agenda
3.3 21-0429 Subject: John Gilbert V. City Of Oakland From: Office Of The City Attorney Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing And Directing The City Attorney To Compromise And Settle The Case Of John Gilbert V. City Of Oakland And Does 1 To 10, Alameda County Superior Court Case No. Rg19011392, City Attorney's File No. 33109, In The Amount Of One Million Seven Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars And Zero Cents ($1,750,000.00) As A Result Of An Alleged Dangerous Condition Of Public Property (Department Of Transportation - Dangerous Condition Of Public Property); On The June 1, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent
3.4 21-0373 Subject: Pursuit Homeless Intervention Site From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: TITLE CHANGE OLD TITLE Adopt A Resolution To: 1) Work Together Strongly To Pursue Funding For These Efforts, Including With County, State And Federal Partners, And For Funding. For The Second Year And Beyond For Existing Sites, 2) That The Administration And Attorneys Will Work Together To Ming Forward To Council Any Needed Authorizations 3) That Staff Are Invited To Also Bring Forward Any Other Sites They Wish To Recommend For Council Consideration And Add Solutions After Sites 4) Staff Are Requested To Report Back On Costing, Options, And Needs To Open Sliding Scale RV Or Vehicles Campgrounds With Sanitation NEW TITLE Adopt A Resolution Addressing The Homeless And Housing Crises In The City Of Oakland By: (1) Authorizing The City Administrator To Implement The Following Actions: a. Waive The Competitive Bidding Process And Enter Into Professional Services Agreements With Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods In An Amount Up To $2 Million Each For Site Preparation Work At The City Owned And/Or Leased Parcels Designated For Homeless Interventions For A Grant Term Of June 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022; b. Waive The Competitive Bidding Process And Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Tiny Logic, LLC, In An Amount Up To $350,000 For The Support And Management Of A Co-Governed Interim Intervention, Location To Be Determined, For A Grant Term Of March 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022; c. Enter Into A Grant Agreement With Housing Consortium Of The East Bay (HCEB) In An Amount Up To $1.5 Million For Services And Operation Of An Interim Housing Site At The City Owned Parcel On East 12th St And 2nd Avenue For A Grant Term Of July 1, 2021 Through June 30, 2022; d. Direction To Pursue A License With HCEB For Use Of City-Owned Property At East 12th St And 2nd Avenue, Subject To The Rights Of Developers Under The Disposition And Development Agreement (DDA), For An Amount Less Than Fair Market Value To Operate And Manage An Interim Homeless Intervention; e. Work Will Continue On A Lease With Bart For The Use Of Three Adjacent Parcels, Pending Availability: 3924 Martin Luther King Way (APN # 12-969-29), 645 40th Street (APN # 12-969-30), And 40th Street (APN 12-969-41-2) For The Express Purpose Of Providing An Interim Homeless Intervention; f. Work Will Continue On Developing An Interim Homeless Intervention On The Caltrans Property At 3rd And Peralta (Portion Of APN 18-380-3-5); g. Work Will Continue On Lease/License, And Homeless Intervention, Including With Lao Family Community Development, For The City Owned Parcel At East 12th Street And 23rd Avenue In District 5; h. Work Will Continue To Pursue Homeless Interventions And/Or Safe Parking At The City-Leased Property At 2201 And 2601 Wood Street (APNs7-581-10-3, 7-581-9-1 And 7-581-8-1) And/Or, Subject To Environmental Remediation, The City-Owned Property At 1707 Wood Street (APN 18-310-14) ; i. Work Will Continue To Pursue A Safe Parking Site In District 6 At Private Property At 71st Ave And International Boulevard (APN 39-3310-33) j. Work Will Continue To Pursue A Safe Parking Site In District 7 On City-Owned Property At 796 66th Avenue (APN 41-3901-4); k. Work Will Continue To Pursue A Safe Parking Site In District 5 At 4200 Alameda Avenue (APN 33-2203-4-4) l. Work Will Continue To Pursue An Interim Homeless Intervention In District 5 At The City Owned Parcel At 3801 Alameda Avenue (APN 33-2250-18-8 And 33-2250-18-6) m. Work Will Continue To Pursue A Grant Agreement With Lao Family Community Development Inc To Provide Shelter And Services At Motel 6 In District 7. n. Work Will Continue To Pursue The Motel/Hotel Options Provided By The District 4 Council Member, And To Seek HomeKey Funds To Implement And, (2) Directing The City Council And Administration To: I. Work Together Strongly To Pursue Funding To Develop Sites For Homeless Intervention Efforts, Including With County, State, And Federal Partners, And For Funding For Fiscal Year 2021-2022, The Second - Fiscal Year 2022-2023 And Beyond For Existing Sites And New Sites Identified; II. Direct The Planning And Building Department To Review And Report Back To Council With Action To Regulate And Permit RV Parks In Oakland, With Specific Requirements; And Affirming That The Declaration Of Emergency By This City Council Includes Authorization To Setup RV Parking As An Immediate And Interim Intervention; III. Bring Forward Any Other Sites That Staff Also Wish To Recommend For Council Consideration With Suggested Homelessness Intervention Solutions For Such Sites; And, IV. Have Staff Report Back To Council On Costing, Options, And Needs To Open Sliding Scale Recreational Vehicles Or Vehicles Campgrounds With Sanitation And Dump Stations; And V. Directing The Attorney And Administrator To Bring Back To Council By June 15th, Any Further Needed Ordinances Other Actions Needed For Implementation; On The June 1, 2021 City Council Agenda On Non-Consent
3.5 21-0411 Subject: Board of Education Youth Voting Ordinance From: Vice Mayor Kaplan Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Prepare An Ordinance For Council Adoption To Implement Voting Procedures For Qualified Persons Aged 16 Years Old And Above,Who Would Otherwise Be Eligible To Vote Under State Law, To Vote For The Office Of School Board Director On The Oakland Unified School District Board, In Accordance With The Procedures Developed By The City Of Oakland Elections Official (City Clerk), The Alameda County Elections Official (Alameda County Registrar Of Voters) And The Oakland Unified School District; On The June 1, 2021 City Council Agenda On Consent
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