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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/19/2019 7:00 PM  
Meeting location: City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue, Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, Alameda CA 94501
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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2019-6554 13-AClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Government Code section 54956.8) PROPERTY: 120 W Oriskany, Building 530, Alameda, CA 94501 CITY NEGOTIATORS: Nanette Mocanu, Assistant Community Development Director, and Ted Anderson, Cushman & Wakefield NEGOTIATING PARTIES: Nautilus Data Technologies, Inc. and Hot Rod Shop Inc. ISSUE UNDER NEGOTIATION: Price and Terms of Payment  Not available Not available
2019-6552 13-BClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9 Number of cases: One (As Defendant - City Exposure to Legal Action)  Not available Not available
2019-6471 13-CClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Initiation of litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9, Subsection (c) Number of Cases: One (As Plaintiff- City of Alameda Initiating Legal Action)  Not available Not available
2019-6516 13-DClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Government Code section 54956.8) PROPERTY: Ballena Isle Upland Parcel APN 74-1025-3 CITY NEGOTIATORS: David L. Rudat, Interim City Manager; Debbie Potter, Base Reuse and Community Development Director; Lois Butler, Economic Development Manager; Lisa Maxwell, Assistant City Attorney; Maurice Robinson, Maurice Robinson & Associates LLC POTENTIAL TENANT: West River, Inc. CURRENT TENANT: SHM Ballena Isle, LLC ISSUE UNDER NEGOTIATION: Real Property Negotiations Price and Terms  Not available Not available
2019-6553 13-EClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Government Code section 54957.6) CITY NEGOTIATORS: David L. Rudat, Interim City Manager, and Nancy Bronstein, Human Resources Director EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATIONS: International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1245 (IBEW), and Executive Management Employees (EXME) UNDER NEGOTIATION: Salaries and Terms of Employment  Not available Not available
2019-6538 13-FClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - LIABILITY CLAIMS (Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.95) Claimant: Jeffrey DelBono Agency claimed against: City of Alameda  Not available Not available
2019-6596 1 Closed Session ItemFebruary 19, 2019 Closed Session Announcement  Not available Not available
2019-6571 12-ARegular Agenda ItemRecommendation to Approve Agreement Appointing Eric J. Levitt as City Manager Effective April 12, 2019. (Human Resources 2510)  Not available Video Video
2019-6442 13-AProclamation/Special OrderProclamation Declaring February 2019 as Black History Month. (City Manager 2110)  Not available Not available
2019-6520 13-BProclamation/Special OrderPresentation by the Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District.  Not available Video Video
2019-6556 15-AConsent Calendar ItemMinutes of the Special and Regular City Council Meetings Held on January 15, 2019; the Special Meetings Held on January 21, 2019, January 31, 2019 and February 1, 2019; and the Continued January 31, 2019 Special City Council Meeting Held on February 1, 2019. (City Clerk)  Not available Not available
2019-6557 15-BConsent Calendar ItemBills for Ratification. (Finance)  Not available Not available
2019-6490 15-CConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the Interim City Manager to Execute a Fourth Amendment with Parsons Transportation Group, Inc., to Increase Compensation by $40,000, for a Total Aggregate Compensation Not to Exceed $134,999, to Continue Providing Technical and Strategic Engineering Support for Major Transportation Projects. (Transportation 4227287)  Not available Not available
2019-6509 15-DConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Accept the Quarterly Report for the Period Beginning July 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018, on 1) Litigation and Liability Claims Settlements, and 2) Whether Any Records Previously Withheld from Disclosure Have Now Become Available to the Public. (City Attorney 7120)  Not available Not available
2019-6491 15-EConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the Interim City Manager to Execute a One-Year Agreement, with the Option of Four One-Year Extensions, for an Amount, Including Contingency, not to Exceed $366,178, for a Total Five-Year Expenditure not to Exceed $1,905,604.88 to Schaaf & Wheeler for Engineering Design Services for Storm Drain Pump Station Electrical Upgrades. (Public Works 351)  Not available Not available
2019-6492 15-FConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the Interim City Manager to Execute a First Amendment in the Amount of $9,500 with NBS for a Total Expenditure Under the Agreement, as Awarded, of $28,000 for Phase 2 of the Process to Ballot Property Owners for Assessment Increases in the Island City Landscaping and Lighting District 84-2, Zone 4; and Adoption of a Resolution Amending Fiscal Year 2018-19 Operating Budget for the Island City Landscape and Lighting District Zone 4 Fund. (Public Works 275.4)  Not available Not available
2019-6469 15-GConsent Calendar ItemAdoption of Resolution Appointing an Engineer-of-Work and an Attorney-of-Record for Island City Landscaping and Lighting District 84-2. (Public Works 279)  Not available Not available
2019-6470 15-HConsent Calendar ItemAdoption of Resolution Appointing an Engineer-of-Work and an Attorney-of-Record for Maintenance Assessment District 01-1 (Marina Cove). (Public Works 276)  Not available Not available
2019-6493 25-IConsent Calendar ItemAdoption of Resolution Approving a Compensation Plan Between Alameda Municipal Power Unrepresented Management (AMPU) Employees and the City of Alameda for the Period Commencing December 27, 2018 through June 30, 2022. (Human Resources 2510)  Not available Not available
2019-6494 25-JConsent Calendar ItemAdoption of Resolution Approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Between the City of Alameda and the Electric Utility Professionals Association of Alameda (EUPA) for a Forty-Two Month Term Commencing December 27, 2018, and Ending June 30, 2022. (Human Resources 2510)  Not available Not available
2019-6501 15-KConsent Calendar ItemAdoption of Resolution Approving Parcel Map No. 10924 - A Parcel Map for the Proposed Subdivision on a 2.81 Acre Parcel at 2175 North Loop Road into Two Commercial Condominium Units and to Create One Common Area Parcel for Associated Parking and Landscaping. (Planning, Building & Transportation 209)  Not available Not available
2019-6515 15-LConsent Calendar ItemAdoption of Resolution Authorizing the Interim City Manager to Execute the Landing Rights Agreement License to Land at Harbor Bay Ferry Terminal by and Between San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority and Tideline Marine Group. (Base Reuse and Community Development)  Not available Not available
2019-6503 15-MConsent Calendar ItemIntroduction of Ordinance Authorizing the Interim City Manager to Negotiate and Execute a Fifteen-Year Lease with Ten- and Five-Year Options to Extend, Substantially in the Form of the Attached, with Nautilus Data Technologies, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, for Building 530, an 82,251-Square Foot Building Located at 120 West Oriskany Avenue, and the Adjacent Building 600, an 343-Square Foot Building, at Alameda Point. (Base Reuse 819099)  Not available Not available
2019-6472 26-ARegular Agenda ItemPublic Hearing to Consider the Formation of the Otis/Broadway Underground Utility District (UUD); and Adoption of Resolution Establishing the Otis/Broadway Underground Utility District. (Alameda Municipal Power)  Not available Video Video
2019-6518 16-BRegular Agenda ItemAdoption of Resolution Approving a Change in Dental Benefits for Public Safety Retirees Who Currently Receive Dental Benefits Through Memorandas of Understanding with the City of Alameda’s Four Public Safety Bargaining Units (International Association of Firefighters, Alameda Fire Chiefs Association, Alameda Police Officers Association and Alameda Police Management Association) Effective January 1, 2019. (City Manager 2110)  Not available Video Video
2019-6522 16-CConsent Calendar ItemIntroduction of Ordinance Amending the Alameda Municipal Code by Amending Various Provisions, Including: (1) Section 2-17 of Chapter II (Administration); (2) Section 1-7 of Chapter I (General); (3) Section 2-44.1 of Chapter II; (4) Section 1-5 (Penalty Provisions; Enforcement) of Chapter I (General); (5) Section 30-23 (Certificate of Occupancy) of Chapter XXX (Development Regulations); and (6) Other Related Amendments Concerning Code Enforcement. (Community Development - Building 209)  Not available Not available
2019-6567 16-DRegular Agenda ItemRecommendation to Discuss and Potentially Take Action Concerning the Open Government Commission’s (OGC) Decision Directing that Ordinance Nos. 3227 and 3228 (Relating to Cannabis Businesses) are “Null and Void”, including Without Limitation Any Combination of the Following: (1) Take No Action, thereby Confirming that Ordinance Nos. 3227 and 3228 Remain in Full Force and Effect, (2) Adopt a Motion to Implement the Open Government Commission’s Null-and-Void Decision, thereby Expressing Council’s Concurrence that the Ordinances are Null and Void, (3) Direct Staff to Notice a Public Hearing Concerning the Repeal (if necessary) of Ordinance Nos. 3227 and 3228 and/or the Replacement of Such Ordinances With the Same or Similar Provisions, (4) Direct Staff to Prepare Amendments to the Sunshine Ordinance to Address Concerns Noted in this Agenda Report, including the Exhibit Files, or Raised at the Meeting, or (5) Any Other Related Actions Proposed by Council.  Not available Video Video
2019-6521 19-ACouncil ReferralConsider Establishing a Finance Commission and an Infrastructure Commission. (Councilmember Daysog)  Not available Not available
2019-6551 110-ACouncil Communication Consideration of Mayor’s Nomination for Appointment to the Recreation and Parks Commission, Social Service Human Relations Board and Transportation Commission.  Not available Video Video