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* Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council on 2021-12-21 1:30 PM - Please See The Agenda To Participate In The Meeting
Meeting Time: December 21, 2021 at 1:30pm PST
Closed for Comment December 20, 2021 at 1:30pm PST
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3.2 21-0900 Subject: Amending Fiscal Year 2021-22 Master Fee Schedule (MFS) From: Office Of The City Administrator Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 13654 C.M.S. (Which Adopted The Fiscal Year 2021-22 Master Fee Schedule), As Amended, To Establish, Modify And Delete Fees And Penalties Assessed By Offices, Departments, Bureaus, And Agencies Of The City Of Oakland Referenced Herein
3.3 21-0930 Subject: First Substantial Amendment To The 2021-2022 Annual Action Plan From: Housing And Community Development Department Recommendation: Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon Conclusion Adopt A Resolution: (1) Accepting And Appropriating Home Investment Partnership ("HOME") Grant Funds In The Amount Of Eleven Million Three Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand Nine Hundred Forty-One Dollars ($11,325,941) Awarded To The City Of Oakland By The U.S. Department Of Housing & Urban Development Under The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act To Provide Housing, Rental Assistance, Shelter And Other Support Services To Persons Who Are Homeless Or At Risk Of Homelessness, And Other Vulnerable Populations; And (2) Authorizing The City Administrator To Prepare And Submit To The United States Department Of Housing & Urban Development A Home-ARP Allocation Plan As Part Of The City's First Substantial Amendment To Its Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-22 Consolidated Annual Action Plan; And (3) Authorizing The City Administrator To Award Home Program Agreements For Eligible Activities As Set Forth In Exhibit A, Attached Hereto, And The City's Home-ARP Allocation Plan Submitted As Part Of Its Amended FY 2021-22 Consolidated Annual Action Plan Subject To Compliance With Any Applicable Competitive Bidding Requirements, Without Returning To Council
View Report Attachment A
View Report Exhibit A
4 21-0965 ORAL REPORT OF FINAL DECISIONS MADE DURING CLOSED SESSION & DISCLOSURE OF NON-CONFIDENTIAL CLOSED SESSION DISCUSSIONS
December 16, 2021 Closed Session Report of Final Actions - County of Santa Clara, et al. v. Atlantic Richfield Co., et al.
December 16, 2021 Closed Session Report of Final Actions - State Compensation Insurance Fund v. City of Oakland and DOES 1 to 50
December 16, 2021 Closed Session Report of Final Actions -Claudine Jones v. City of Oakland, Joseph D. Evinger, Sara A. Evinger, and Does 1-20
December 16, 2021 Closed Session Report of Final Actions - The People of the State of California, acting by and through Santa Clara County Counsel James R. Williams, Orange County
December 16, 2021 Closed Session Report of Final Actions - Francisco Negrete
5 21-0850 APPROVAL OF THE DRAFT MINUTES FROM THE MEETING OF DECEMBER 7, 2021 AND THE SPECIAL SSOC MEETING OF DECEMBER 7, 2021
December 7, 2021 City Council Minutes
December 7, 2021 Special SSOC Council Minutes
ACTION ON OTHER NON-CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS:
6 The item regarding "Enabling Ordinance For Measure R - Newspaper Of Record" was withdrawn from this agenda at the December 16, 2021 Rules and Legislation Committee, and rescheduled to be heard at the December 21, 2021 Special City Council Meeting at 9:30 A.M.
7 The item regarding "Proof Of Vaccination Emergency Ordinance " was withdrawn from this agenda at the December 16, 2021 Rules and Legislation Committee, and rescheduled to be heard at the December 21, 2021 Special City Council Meeting at 9:30 A.M.
8 The item regarding "Managed Safe RV Sites And Sanitation" was withdrawn from this agenda at the December 16, 2021 Rules and Legislation Committee, and rescheduled to be heard at the December 21, 2021 Special City Council Meeting at 9:30 A.M.
9 The item regarding " Amending The City's Hiring Plan For Police Officers " was withdrawn from this agenda at the December 16, 2021 Rules and Legislation Committee, and rescheduled to be heard at the February 1, 2022 City Council Meeting.
10 21-0920 Subject: Actions To Address Gun Violence Crisis From: Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Take Specific Actions And Make Specific Commitments In Support Of Oakland's Declared Gun Violence Public Health Crisis By: A. Directing The City Administrator To Provide, No Later Than The Council's First Meeting In January 2022, A Report And Recommendation To Apply Unanticipated And Uncommitted General Fund Revenue Or Cost Savings Toward: 1) The Addition Of A Third Police Academy In FY 2022-2023; 2) The Hiring Of Five (5) Additional Non-Sworn Criminal Investigations Staff; 3) The Initial Investment Into The Planning And Deployment Of Surveillance Camera Technology To Aid In Criminal Investigations While Minimizing Privacy Concerns; And 4) The Unfreezing Of Eight (8) Frozen Positions To Allow For Full Staffing Of The Ceasefire Unit; And B. Directing The City Administrator To Return To Council No Later Than The Council's First Meeting In January 2022, With An Information Report On The Following: 1) A Proposal For Doubling The Clearance Rate Of Homicides And Other Part 1 Crimes Including The Creation Of A Clearance Rates Dashboard; 2) A Staffing Plan To Increase The Number Of Filled Sworn Officer Positions To Eight Hundred (800) By December 2023; 3) Identification Of Grant Opportunities To Increase National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (Nibin) Gun Tracing Efforts; 4) Monitor And Report Back To Council On The Effectiveness Of The 911 Surge Response Teams To Inform Whether Council Should Continue With The Freezing Of These Forty-One (41) Positions As Directed By The Council President's June 2021-23 Amended Budget; And 5) A Plan For Ensuring Equitable 911 Response Across The City And Eliminating The Higher Volume Of Unanswered Calls In Bureau Of Field Operations (BFO) Two Versus Bureau Of Field Operations (BFO) One
11 21-0921 Subject: County Support For Gun Violence Reduction From: Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Calling For The County Of Alameda To Support Oakland's Gun Violence Reduction Efforts By: (1) Strengthening Workforce Development Programs Focused On Justice-Involved Oakland Residents, (2) Substantially Increasing Investments Into Reentry Support Services For Oakland's Returning Citizens, (3) Conducting An Equity Analysis On Case Charging And Case Closure Data By City, For Cases Presented To The District Attorney, And Develop A Plan For Addressing Any Inequity That May Lead To Adverse Public Safety Outcomes, And (4) Collaborating With The City Of Oakland's Department Of Violence Prevention To Strengthen Violence Interruption In Jails To Complement Violence Interruption Efforts In The Community
12 21-0935 Subject: Honoring Oakland's Homicide Victims From: Councilmember Taylor Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution In Remembrance And Honoring The Lives Lost Due To Homicide In The City Of Oakland In 2021 And Calling For Community Healing And Cooperation To Collectively Address The Root Causes Of Violence And Crime
13 The item regarding " Informational Report On The Status On Authorized Grants" was withdrawn from this agenda at the December 16, 2021 Rules and Legislation Committee, and rescheduled to be heard at the December 21, 2021 Special City Council Meeting at 9:30 A.M.
S14 21-0917 Subject: Assistance For Businesses Impacted By Armed Robberies From: Vice Mayor Kaplan, Councilmember Fife, Gallo, And Pro Tem Thao Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution To Direct The City Administrator To Assist Impacted Businesses Who Have Been Harmed By Armed Robberies By (1) Researching And Implementing City-Issued Loans To Impacted Businesses Can Be Deferred Or Waived, (2) Researching Options For Tax Rebates For Impacted Businesses And Returning To Council For Authorization As Needed, (3) Researching And Implementing, To The Extent Allowed Under The Program, The City's Provision Of Funding Through The City's Façade Improvement/Tenant Improvement Programs To Help Businesses Rebuild And Install Security Doors/Gates And Related Infrastructure, (4) Identify And Apply For State Of California Grant Funds That Can Be Granted To Oakland's Cannabis And East Oakland Businesses To Cover The Costs Of Repairs, Losses And/Or Other Damages Suffered Due To Recent Crime Activity, And (5) Conduct An Intensive Outreach Campaign To Impacted Businesses To Inform Them Of The Availability Of Any Existing City Support To Remediate The Economic Harm Caused By Armed Robberies
View Revised Report 12/10/2021
View Revised Legislation 12/10/2021
View Supplemental City Administrator Report 12/10/21
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