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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 9/1/2020 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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2020-8226 13-AClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL EXISTING LITIGATION (Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9) CASE NAME: City of Alameda v. Union Pacific (Tilden) COURT: Superior Court of the State of California, County of Alameda CASE NUMBERS: RG18920939  Not available Not available
2020-8234 13-BClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8) PROPERTY: Site A at Alameda Point PERSONS NEGOTIATING: Eric J. Levitt, City Manager, Debbie Potter, Community Development Director, Michelle Giles, Redevelopment Project Manager and Lisa Nelson Maxwell, Assistant City Attorney NEGOTIATING PARTIES: City of Alameda and Alameda Point Partners UNDER NEGOTIATIONS: Price and terms  Not available Not available
2020-8265 13-CClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION Requests for the City to participate as amicus in pending litigations: (Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9) Case Name: Duncan v. Becerra Court: United State Court of Appeal for the 9th Circuit Case Number: 19-55376  Not available Not available
2020-8266 13-DClosed Session ItemCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Significant exposure to 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
2020-8267 13-EClosed 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
2020-8305 1 Closed Session ItemSeptember 1, 2020 Closed Session Announcement  Not available Not available
2020-8260 12-AConsent Calendar ItemMinutes of the Joint City Council and Successor Agency to the Community Improvement Commission Meeting Held on July 7, 2020. [City Council and SACIC] (City Clerk)  Not available Not available
2020-8177 12-BJoint Consent ItemRecommendation to Accept the Third Quarter Financial Report for the Period Ending March 31, 2020. [City Council and SACIC] (Finance 2410)  Not available Not available
2020-8250 15-AConsent Calendar ItemMinutes of the Special Meeting Held on June 29, 2020; the Special and Regular City Council Meetings Held on July 7, 2020; and the Continued July 7, 2020 Special City Council Meeting and Special City Council Meeting Held on July 14, 2020. (City Clerk)  Not available Not available
2020-8258 15-BConsent Calendar ItemBills for Ratification. (Finance)  Not available Not available
2020-8133 15-CConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Accept the Quarterly Sales Tax Report for the Reporting Period Ending March 31, 2020 (Funds Collected During the Period October 1 to December 31, 2019). (Finance 2410)  Not available Not available
2020-8211 25-DConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Second Amendment to the Agreement with Avineon, Inc. Extending the Term of the Agreement by Thirteen Months and Increasing the Compensation by an Amount Not to Exceed $40,840 for an Aggregate Compensation Amount Not to Exceed $135,740 to Provide Geographic Information System Curriculum Development Support, Fiber Network Mapping, Geographic Information System Support for Future Needs, and 911 Reporting Areas Enrichment. (Information Technology 704.1/Police 218019-573020)  Not available Not available
2020-8214 15-EConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Accept the Work of Valentine Corporation for Encinal Boat Launch Facility Project No. P.W. 04-19-19. (Recreation and Parks 280)  Not available Not available
2020-8235 15-FConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute a 12-Month Service Provider Agreement with Harris & Associates, a California Corporation, for Reimbursement Audit Services for Infrastructure Improvements to be Financed by Community Facilities District No. 13-1 (Alameda Landing Public Improvements) in an Amount Not to Exceed $134,900. (Community Development)  Not available Not available
2020-8242 15-GConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute a One Year Agreement with Operation Dignity to Provide Mobile Outreach Services for Alameda’s Unsheltered Population in an Amount Not to Exceed $122,400. (Community Development)  Not available Not available
2020-8241 25-HConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Make Overpayments to the State Department of Health Care Services Concerning the Ground Emergency Medical Transportation Program. (City Manager/Fire)  Not available Not available
2020-8215 15-IConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Second Amendment to Agreement with Blue Flame Crew for Operation and Maintenance of the Doolittle Landfill for an Amount Not to Exceed $15,000 Annually for Fiscal Years 2020-21, 2021-22, and 2022-23, for a Total Three Year Expenditure Not to Exceed $91,443.81, Including Contingency, and for a Total Five-Year Expenditure Not to Exceed $472,070.75. (Public Works 270)  Not available Not available
2020-8219 15-JConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute Four Five-Year Agreements to Interface Engineering, Inc., Pragmatic PE, Inc., Schaaf & Wheeler Consulting Civil Engineers, and Syska Hennessy Group, Respectively, for On-Call Mechanical Engineering Services in an Amount Not to Exceed $100,000 Annually for Each Agreement, and for a Total Five-Year Cumulative Amount Not to Exceed $500,000 for Each Agreement. (Public Works 310)  Not available Not available
2020-8223 15-KConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute Four Five-Year Agreements to Advance Design Consultants, Inc., Borrelli and Associates, Inc., Salas O’Brien Engineers, Inc., and TJC and Associates, Inc., Respectively, for On-Call Electrical Engineering Services in an Amount Not to Exceed $100,000 Annually for Each Agreement, and for a Total Cumulative Five-Year Amount Not to Exceed $500,000 for Each Agreement. (Public Works 310)  Not available Not available
2020-8225 15-LConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute Six Five-Year Agreements to Byrens Kim Design Works, Group 4 Architecture, Research + Planning, Inc., Interactive Resources Architects + Engineers, The KPA Group, RMW Architecture & Interiors, and Sally Swanson Architects, Inc., Respectively, for On-Call Architectural Services, in an Amount Not to Exceed $150,000 Annually for Each Agreement, and for a Five-Year Total Cumulative Amount Not to Exceed $750,000 for Each Agreement. (Public Works 310)  Not available Not available
2020-8217 15-MConsent Calendar ItemRecommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Contract with Redgwick Construction Company for Construction of the Otis Drive Safety Improvement Project, in an Amount Not to Exceed $854,117.50; and Adoption of Resolution Amending the Fiscal Year 2020-21 Capital Improvement Budget by Allocating $100,000 in Local B/BB Paratransit Fund to Capital Improvement Program Fund 91818 to Construct the Otis Drive Safety Improvement Project. (Public Works 310)  Not available Not available
2020-8240 15-NConsent Calendar ItemAdoption of Resolution Ratifying the Proclamations of the Director of Emergency Services and Continuing the Declaration of the Existence of a Local Emergency in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Consistent with Government Code Section 8630(c). (City Manager 2110)  Not available Not available
2020-8238 15-OConsent Calendar ItemFinal Passage of an Uncodified Ordinance Amending Uncodified Ordinance No. 3275 to Extend the Time that Tenants Must Repay “Deferred Rent” from 210 Days to 395 Days Following the City Council’s Rescission of the Local Emergency; and Recommendation to Receive an Update Regarding City Council’s Request for Information on Status of Tenant Payment of Rent and Rent Relief Program and Outreach to Tenants Regarding Eviction Protections. (Community Development)  Not available Not available
2020-8239 15-PConsent Calendar ItemFinal Passage of Ordinance Authorizing the City Manager or Designee to Execute an Amendment to the Lease with Williams-Sonoma, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, Acting for and on Behalf of Williams-Sonoma Stores, Inc., a California Corporation, for Building 169, Suite 102, Located 1680 Viking Street at Alameda Point, Extending the Term for an Additional 12 Months with One 12-Month Extension Option, Removing Overflow Parking from the Leased Premises, and Providing One (1) Month of Rent Abatement. (Community Development 819099)  Not available Not available
2020-8236 16-ARegular Agenda ItemPublic Hearing to Consider COVID-19 Related Response and Enforcement Activities; and Adoption of an Urgency Ordinance Amending the Alameda Municipal Code By Adding a New Article 24-13 (Public Health) Providing for Enforcement of Alameda County Health Officer Orders and Directives. (Planning, Building and Transportation/City Attorney)  Not available Not available
2020-8164 16-BRegular Agenda ItemRecommendation to Adopt the 2020 Alameda Point Master Infrastructure Plan (MIP) Amendment and Direct Staff to Work with the Recreation and Park Commission on Recommendations Regarding the Alameda Point Sports Complex; Introduction of Ordinance Amending the Alameda Municipal Code by Amending Chapter XXVII (Development Fees) by Repealing Section 27-4 (Alameda Point Development Impact Fees) in Its Entirety; and Adoption of Resolution Amending Master Fee Resolution No. 12191 to Revise Fee. (Community Development)  Not available Not available
2020-8246 16-CRegular Agenda ItemAdoption of an Urgency Ordinance Amending Uncodified Ordinance No. 3275 to Provide that any Agreement Between a Landlord and a Tenant Concerning Repayment of “Deferred Rent” Must Limit a Landlord’s Remedy for a Tenant’s Breach of the Agreement to Money Damages and, as to a Tenant’s Failure to Pay the Deferred Rent in the Agreement, Expressly Waive the Landlord’s Right to File an Unlawful Detainer Action to Recover Possession of a Tenant’s Rental Unit or for Any Unpaid Rent that was the Subject of the Agreement. (Community Development)  Not available Not available
2020-8255 16-DRegular Agenda ItemAdoption of Resolution Amending the Fiscal Year 2020-21 Budget to Accept $1,003,970 in State Coronavirus Relief Funds and Amend the Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-21 Budget to Increase Revenue and Expenditures Appropriations by $903,970 in the General Fund and by $100,000 in the Human Services Fund in Order to Offset Costs Associated with the City’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic; and Recommendation to Approve a Report on City Activities and Expenditures Related to the COVID-19 Emergency. (City Manager)  Not available Not available
2020-8092 19-ACouncil ReferralConsider Adoption of Resolution Amending Section 6 of Resolution No. 15382, which Adopted Rules of Order Governing City Council Meetings. (Mayor Ezzy Ashcraft and Councilmember Oddie) [Not heard July 7 or 14, or September 1, 2020]  Not available Not available
2020-8248 19-BCouncil ReferralConsider Creating a Grant Program for Park Street (Downtown Alameda Business Association-DABA) and Webster Street (West Alameda Business Association-WABA) to Adapt the Configuration of Park and Webster Streets, including Potential Temporary Street Closures. (Mayor Ezzy Ashcraft and Councilmember Oddie)  Not available Not available
2020-8129 110-ACouncil Communication Stopwaste June 2020 Topic Brief: Sustainable Landscapes. (Councilmember Oddie) [Informational only] [Not heard July 7 or 14, or September 1, 2020]  Not available Not available
2020-7806 110-BCouncil Communication Consideration of Mayor’s Nominations for Appointments to the Civil Service Board, Commission on Persons with Disabilities, Golf Commission, Historical Advisory Board, Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, Planning Board, Public Art Commission, Public Utilities Board, Social Service Human Relations Board and Transportation Commission.  Not available Not available