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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/15/2019 7:00 PM  
Meeting location: City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue, Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, Alameda CA 94501
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
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2019-7207 13-AClosed Session ItemPUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION Pursuant to Government Code § 54957 Positions Evaluated: City Manager - Eric Levitt [Not heard on October 1, 2019]  Not available Not available
2019-7339 13-BClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8) PROPERTY: Emma Hood Swim Center, 2256 Alameda Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501 CITY NEGOTIATOR: Amy Wooldridge, Recreation and Parks Director, City of Alameda NEGOTIATING PARTIES: City of Alameda and the Alameda Unified School District UNDER NEGOTIATION: Price and terms of payment for the lease of the property  Not available Not available
2019-7341 13-CClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8) PROPERTY: 17-Acres behind 1815 Clement Avenue which includes both dry and submerged land on the north side of the City adjacent to the estuary and east of Grand Street, Alameda CA CITY NEGOTIATOR: Debbie Potter, Community Development Director, Andrew Thomas, Planning, Building and Transportation Director, and Nanette Mocanu, Assistant Community Development Director NEGOTIATING PARTIES: City of Alameda and Pacific Shops, Inc., dba Alameda Marina UNDER NEGOTIATION: Price and terms to exercise Option to Extend  Not available Not available
2019-7183 13-DClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8) PROPERTY: Portion of the 24-Acre Phase 1 Parcel of the Enterprise District at Alameda Point, Alameda CA, Bounded by W. Pacific Avenue, Skyhawk Street, West Oriskany and Orion Street CITYNEGOTIATOR: Debbie Potter, Community Development Director, and John McManus, Cushman Wakefield NEGOTIATING PARTIES: City of Alameda and Astra Space, Inc. UNDER NEGOTIATION: Price and terms of payment for the potential sale of the property  Not available Not available
2019-7353 13-EClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9) CASE NAME: Boatworks v City of Alameda, et al. COURT: Superior Court of the State of California, County of Alameda CASE NUMBERS: RG14746654, RG16823346, RG16841240 COURT: First District Court of Appeal CASE NUMBERS: A151063, A151919, A150276  Not available Not available
2019-7382 1 Closed Session ItemOctober 15, 2019 Closed Session Announcement  Not available Not available
2019-7383 1 Proclamation/Special OrderProclamation Declaring October 15, 2019 as Benjamin P. Reyes, Sr. Day.  Not available Not available
2019-7335 23-AProclamation/Special OrderProclamation Declaring October 2019 at Filipino American History Month. (City Manager 2110)  Not available Video Video
2019-7346 15-AConsent Calendar ItemMinutes of the Special and Regular City Council Meetings Held on September 17, 2019. (City Clerk)  Not available Not available
2019-7347 15-BConsent Calendar ItemBills for Ratification. (Finance)  Not available Not available
2019-7272 15-CConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with Garland/DBS, Inc. for City Hall Exterior Walls Waterproofing Restoration Project, No. P.W. 07-19-38, in an Amount Not to Exceed $270,381. (Public Works 91609706)  Not available Not available
2019-7273 15-DConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Reject All Bids and Call for Rebid for Citywide Landscape Maintenance of Median Strips and Special Areas, No. P.W. 06-19-28. (Public Works 310)  Not available Not available
2019-7309 15-EConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute a First Amendment to an Agreement with Panther Industries for the Cleaning, Repair, and Graffiti Removal for Bus Shelters (Various Locations), for a Four-Year Term, in an Amount Not to Exceed $45,714.64 for Fiscal Year 2019-20 for a Total Five-Year Expenditure Not to Exceed $234,132.46 (Public Works 96010)  Not available Not available
2019-7274 15-FConsent Calendar ItemAdoption of Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Apply for and Accept up to One Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($175,000) in CalRecycle Rubberized Pavement Grant Program Funds for Work Under the Pavement Management Program, Phase 39. (Public Works 310)  Not available Not available
2019-7337 15-GConsent Calendar ItemFinal Passage of Ordinance Amending the Alameda Municipal Code by Adding Section 13-12, Use and Occupancy of Damaged Buildings and Structures/Use of Placards or Signs to Chapter XIII Article I. (Fire 3205)  Not available Not available
2019-7338 15-HConsent Calendar ItemFinal Passage of Ordinance Authorizing the City Manager or His Designee to Execute a 66-Month Lease with One Option to Extend the Term 60 Months with Park Street Wine Cellars, Inc. for the Premises 2315 Central Avenue, Suite 122 (Historic Alameda Theatre Building). [Requires Four Affirmative Votes] (Commercial Revitalization 277)  Not available Not available
2019-7336 16-ARegular Agenda ItemAdoption of Resolutions Appointing Warren DeSouza and Gia Schneider as Members of the Mayor’s Economic Development Advisory Panel.  Not available Video Video
2019-7343 16-BRegular Agenda ItemIntroduction of Ordinance Approving a 33-Year Lease, with One 33-Year Option to Renew, and Authorizing the City Manager to Negotiate and Execute Documents Necessary to Implement the Terms of a Lease with the Carnegie Innovation Hall, a California 501(c)3 Non-profit Organization, for 2264 Santa Clara Avenue (the Carnegie Building) and 1429 Oak Street (Foster House). [Requires Four Affirmative Votes] (Community Development 001)  Not available Video Video
2019-7271 16-CRegular Agenda ItemPublic Hearing to Consider Introduction of Ordinance Amending Alameda Municipal Code Chapter 30 (Zoning Ordinance) to Streamline Design Review for Small Residential Additions, Window Replacements, and Green Roofs, Update Work/Live Ordinance Requirements, Update Lot Line Adjustment Procedures, and Make Other Miscellaneous Administrative, Technical, and Clarifying Amendments, as Recommended by the Planning Board. [The proposed amendments are exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), where it can be seen with certainty that the proposed zoning text amendments will not have a significant effect on the environment, and 15183, projects consistent with a community plan, general plan or zoning.] (Planning and Building 481005)  Not available Not available
2019-7344 16-DRegular Agenda ItemPresentation by the Housing Authority Providing Information to the Council. (Housing Authority)  Not available Video Video
2019-7307 16-ERegular Agenda ItemRecommendation to Accept the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Annual Report for the City’s Rent Program; and Adoption of Resolution Establishing a Revised Temporary Relocation Payment Schedule. (Rent Stabilization 265)  Not available Not available
2019-7331 26-FRegular Agenda ItemRecommendation to Accept $1,600,786.50 Grant EMW-2018-FH-00229 from the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Program; and Adoption of Resolution Amending the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Fire Grants Fund Revenue and Expenditures Budget by $2,595,870, Each, and the General Fund Expenditures Budget by $995,084 to Allocate the Required Matching Funds mandated by the SAFER Grant Program. (Fire 220)  Not available Video Video
2019-7294 16-GRegular Agenda ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Five-Year Agreement with Ranger Pipeline, Inc. for Cyclic Sewer Replacement Project, Phase 16, No. PW 05-19-26 in an Amount, Including Contingency, Not to Exceed $28,924,389.83. (Public Works 602)  Not available Video Video
2019-7293 19-ACouncil ReferralConsider Directing Staff to Present Options to the Council on Increasing Accountability of, and Addressing Potential Conflict of Interest Issues at, the Alameda Housing Authority. (Councilmembers Vella and Oddie)  Not available Video Video
2019-7320 19-BCouncil ReferralConsider Establishing an Implementation Plan for Creating the Shoreline Ecological Park on the West Side of Seaplane Lagoon at Alameda Point, Commonly Known as De-Pave Park. (Councilmembers Oddie and Daysog)  Not available Video Video