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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/7/2018 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Council Chambers
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18-173 12.A.National Police WeekPresentationProclamation Declaring the Week of May 13 to May 19 as National Police WeekPresented  Action details Not available
18-172 12.B.Bike to Work/School DayPresentationProclamation Declaring May 10, 2018 as Bike to Work/School DayPresented  Action details Not available
18-171 12.C.Affordable Housing WeekPresentationProclamation Declaring May 10 to May 20 as the 22nd Annual East Bay Affordable Housing Week in San LeandroPresented  Action details Play Play
18-191 12.D.May as Older Americans MonthPresentationProclamation Declaring May as "Older Americans Month" Presented  Action details Play Play
18-208 14.A.CIP Kickoff for Budget FY 20 and 21PresentationCapital Improvement Process (CIP) for 2020 & 2021 Presented  Action details Play Play
18-184 15.A.SR Alvarado Commerce Center AppealStaff ReportStaff Report for APL18-0002, Appeal of the Decision of the Board of Zoning Adjustments regarding warehouse-storage facilities and warehouse-wholesale/retail distribution facilities uses of PLN17-0020, for Alvarado Commerce Center, a new 159,450 square foot industrial building at 2756 Alvarado Street. Zoning District: Industrial General (IG); Alameda County Assessor’s Parcel Number 77B-800-14; Paceline Investors (Applicant) and IPT Alvarado Commerce Center LP (Property Owner) (collectively the “Appellants”).Received and Filed  Action details Play Play
18-183 1 RES Alvarado Commerce Center AppealResolution - CouncilRESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of San Leandro to Deny an Appeal and Request for a Conditional Use Permit for Warehouse-Storage Facilities and Warehouse-Wholesale/Retail Distribution Facilities as a Permitted Use, APL18-002, and Modifying the Decision of the Board of Zoning Adjustments for PLN17-0020.ContinuedPass Action details Not available
18-198 15.B.Amending Services and Fee Schedule for FY 18-19 Effective July 1, 2018Staff ReportStaff Report for Resolution Approving Adjustments to City Fees and Service Charges for 2018-19Received and Filed  Action details Play Play
18-197 1 Resolution Amending Fees and Charges for City Departments effective July 1, 2018Resolution - CouncilRESOLUTION Amending Title 6, Chapter 4 of the San Leandro Administrative Code Relating to Fees and Charges for Services Provided by City Departments (adjusts user fees and service charges, effective July 1, 2018)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-199 15.C.Staff Report for the CPI Adjustment for Business License, 911, and EMS Taxes FY 2018-19Staff ReportStaff Report for Ordinances Amending the San Leandro Municipal Code Relating to Proposed Adjustments to the Business License Fee, the Emergency Medical Services Tax, and the Emergency Communication System Access Tax for 2018-19Received and Filed  Action details Not available
18-200 1 Ordinance Adjusting Business License Tax for FY 2018-19OrdinanceORDINANCE Amending Section 2-2-500 of the San Leandro Municipal Code Relating to the Annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) Adjustment of the Business License Fees (increases business license fees by CPI of 3.2%)Passed to PrintPass Action details Not available
18-201 1 Ordinance for 911 or Emergency Communication Tax for FY 2018-19 effective July 1, 2018OrdinanceORDINANCE Amending Section 2-18-210 of the San Leandro Municipal Code Relating to the Annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) Adjustment of the Emergency Communication System Access Tax (911 Tax) (increases 911 Tax by CPI of 3.2%)Passed to PrintPass Action details Not available
18-202 1 Ordinance for CPI Increase for Emergency Medical Services Tax FY 18-19 effective July 1, 2018OrdinanceORDINANCE Amending Section 2-13-140 of the San Leandro Municipal Code to Relating to the Annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) Adjustment of the Emergency Medical Services Tax (EMS Tax) (increases EMS tax by CPI of 3.2%)Passed to PrintPass Action details Not available
18-211 18.A.April 16, 2018 Meeting MinutesMinutesMinutes for April 16, 2018 Meeting   Action details Not available
18-214 18.B.Rules Committee Minutes 043318MinutesMinutes for April 23, 2018 Rules CommitteeApproved as SubmittedPass Action details Not available
18-187 18.C.Staff Report to Amend CalPERS contractStaff ReportStaff Report to Adopt a Resolution of Intention to Approve an Amendment to the Contract with the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) to Include Provisions Pursuant to Government Code 20516 “Cost Sharing” for Local Police Members in Accordance with the San Leandro Police Officers Association Memorandum of Understanding and to Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing an Amendment to the Contract with the Board of Administration of CalPERS to Provide Section 20516 (1% employee cost sharing) for Local Police Members in Accordance with the Memorandum of UnderstandingReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-188 1 Reso of Intent to amend CalPERS contractResolution - CouncilRESOLUTION of Intention to Approve an Amendment to a Contract Between the Board of Administration California Public Employees’ Retirement System and the City Council City of San LeandroAdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-189 1 Ordinance to amend the CalPERS contractOrdinanceAn ORDINANCE Authorizing an Amendment to the Contract Between the City Council of the City of San Leandro and the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS)Passed to PrintPass Action details Not available
18-210 18.E.Grinder Rental AgreementStaff ReportStaff Report for a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Rental Agreement with Nixon-Egli Equipment Company for a Cold Milling Machine at an amount not to exceed $93,332.96.Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-212 1 Grinder Rental ResoResolution - CouncilRESOLUTION Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Rental Agreement with Nixon-Egli Equipment Company for a Cold Milling Machine at an amount not to exceed $93,332.96AdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-193 18.F.Quarterly Investment Report March 31, 2018Staff ReportStaff Report for a Resolution to Accept the Investment Report for the Quarter Ended March 31, 2018Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-194 1 Resolution for Quarterly Investment Report March 31, 2018Resolution - CouncilRESOLUTION Accepting Investment Report for the Quarter Ended March 31, 2018 (Reviews the Activities of the City’s Investment Portfolio)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-195 18.G.Staff Report for Maze & Associates, Auditing ServicesStaff ReportStaff Report for Resolution Approving the Agreement between the City of San Leandro and Maze & Associates for Audit Services effective July 1, 2018Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-196 1 Resolution for Staff Report for Maze & Associates, Auditing ServicesResolution - CouncilRESOLUTION Approving the Agreement between the City of San Leandro and Maze & Associates for Audit Services Effective July 1, 2018AdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-017 18.H.Roundabout CSA Amendment 2 - SRStaff ReportStaff Report for a Resolution to Approve Amendment No. 2 to a Consulting Services Agreement with BKF Engineers for the Preparation of Construction-Ready Plans, Specifications and Estimates for the MacArthur/Superior Roundabout Design Project, Project No. 2014.0470 to Increase the Amount of Compensation by $38,690.00 for a Total Not to Exceed Amount of $147,334.00Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-018 1 Roundabout CSA Amendment 2 RESResolution - CouncilRESOLUTION to Approve Amendment No. 2 to a Consulting Services Agreement with BKF Engineers for the Preparation of Construction-Ready Plans, Specifications and Estimates for the MacArthur/Superior Roundabout Design Project, Project No. 2014.0470 to Increase the Amount of Compensation by $38,690.00 for a Total not to Exceed Amount of $147,334.00 (provides for additional surveying and mapping work associated with right-of-way and easement acquisitions that were not originally anticipated)AdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-166 18.J.PSA for E14/144 HAWK Signal (SR)Staff ReportStaff Report for a Resolution to Authorize the City Manager to Execute Program Supplement Agreement No. 026-F with the State of California to Provide $32,850 in Grant Funds for the Design Phase of the East 14th Street (State Route 185) at 144th Avenue High-intensity Activated Crosswalk (HAWK) Signal ProjectReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-167 1 PSA for E14/144 HAWK Signal (RES)Resolution - CouncilRESOLUTION to Authorize the City Manager to Execute Program Supplement Agreement No. 026-F with the State of California to Provide $32,850 in Grant Funds for the Design Phase of the East 14th Street (State Route 185) and 144th Avenue High-intensity Activated Crosswalk (HAWK) Signal ProjectAdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-168 18.K.PSA for E14/Joaquin Scramble Signal (SR)Staff ReportStaff Report for a Resolution to Authorize the City Manager to Execute Program Supplement Agreement No. 027-F with the State of California to Provide $59,850 in Grant Funds for the Design Phase of the East 14th Street (State Route 185) at Joaquin Avenue Scramble Pedestrian Signal ProjectReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-169 1 PSA for E14/Joaquin Scramble Signal (RES)Resolution - CouncilRESOLUTION to Authorize the City Manager to Execute Program Supplement Agreement No. 027-F with the State of California to Provide $59,850 in Grant Funds for the Design Phase of the East 14th Street (State Route 185) at Joaquin Avenue Scramble Pedestrian Signal ProjectAdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-176 18.L.TFCA Bikeway Funding Agreement (SR)Staff ReportStaff Report for a Resolution to Authorize the City Manager to Enter into an Agreement with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to Receive $139,128 in Grant Funding from the Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program and Provide a Minimum Local Match Amount of $48,372 to Install 9.5 Miles of Bikeways for the Bicycle Network West, Project No. 2014.0430Received and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-177 1 TFCA Bikeway Funding Agreement (RES)Resolution - CouncilRESOLUTION to Authorize the City Manager to Enter into an Agreement with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to Receive $139,128 in Grant Funding from the Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program and Provide a Minimum Local Match Amount of $48,372 to Install 9.5 Miles of Bikeways for the Bicycle Network West, Project No. 2014.0430AdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-181 18.D.NPSA for Marina Community Center Rennovations (SR)Staff ReportStaff Report for Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Non-Professional Services Agreement with Newton Construction & Management, Inc. for Marina Community Center Renovations in the Amount of $188,870.52 and Authorizing the City Manager to Negotiate and Approve Cumulative Change Orders up to 25% ($47,217.63) of the Original Contract AmountReceived and Filed  Action details Not available
18-180 1 NPSA for Marina Community Center Rennovations (RES)Resolution - CouncilRESOLUTION Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Non-Professional Services Agreement with Newton Construction & Management, Inc. for Marina Community Center Renovations in the Amount of $188,870.52 and Authorizing the City Manager to Negotiate and Approve Cumulative Change Orders up to 25% ($47,217.63) of the Original Contract AmountAdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-137 18.I.CSA with Glass Architects for Competition Pool (SR)Staff ReportStaff Report for a Resolution to Approve a Consulting Services Agreement with Glass Architects in an Amount Not to Exceed $306,310 for Preparation of Construction-Ready Plans, Specifications, and Estimates for the Family Aquatic Center Competition Pool Project, Project No. 2018.0170, and an Amendment to the City of San Leandro Budget for the Family Aquatics Center Competition Pool Project and Farrelly Pool Replacement ProjectReceived and FiledPass Action details Not available
18-138 1 CSA with Glass Architects for Competition Pool (RES)Resolution - CouncilRESOLUTION to Approve a Consulting Services Agreement with Glass Architects in an Amount not to exceed $306,310 for the Preparation of Construction-Ready Plans, Specifications and Estimates for Family Aquatics Center Competition Pool, Project No. 2018.0170; Authorizing the City Manager to Negotiate and Approve Individual Change Orders up to 10% (or $30,631) and Cumulative Change Orders up to 25% (or $76,578) of the Original Contract Amount; and Amend the City of San Leandro Budget for the Family Aquatics Center Competition Pool and Farrelly Pool Replacement ProjectsAdoptedPass Action details Not available
18-213 110.A.State Legislative Update from Townsend Public AffairsPresentationPresentation from Townsend Public Affairs on Various Statewide Legislation Including Regional Measure 3 and Senate Bill 827 No Action Taken  Action details Not available
18-209 110.B.Nov 2018 Potential Public Safety Parcel TaxPresentationStaff Report for Overview of Potential November 2018 Public Safety Parcel Tax MeasurePresented  Action details Play Play