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Special Meeting Closed Session

City Council

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City of Alameda

Meeting Agenda

City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue, Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, Alameda CA 94501

7:00 PMTuesday, March 19, 2019

SPECIAL MEETING - CLOSED SESSION - 5:00 P.M.

1 Roll Call - City Council

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2 Public Comment on Closed Session Items - Anyone wishing to address the Council on closed session items may speak for 3 minutes per item

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3 Adjournment to Closed Session to consider:

3-A 2019-6669 CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Government Code section 54956.8) PROPERTY: 650 West Tower Avenue CITY NEGOTIATORS: Nanette

Mocanu, Assistant Community Development Director, and John McManus, Cushman Wakefield NEGOTIATING PARTIES: Wrightspeed ISSUE UNDER NEGOTIATION: Lease Termination
Tagged Passions:leasing, development, cell tower, Cell tower, Development, property, and community development

3-B 2019-6670 CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS (Government Code section 54956.8) PROPERTY: 650 West Ranger Avenue CITY NEGOTIATORS: Nanette

Mocanu, Assistant Community Development Director, and Ted Anderson, Cushman Wakefield NEGOTIATING PARTIES: To Be Determined via Request for Bids ISSUE UNDER NEGOTIATION: Relocation of Existing tenants
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, development, Development, rental, property, and community development

3-C 2019-6672 CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (d),

and paragraph (1) of subdivision (e), of section 54956.9 Number of cases: 6
Tagged Passions:legal and subdivision

3-D 2019-6667 CONFERENCE 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)
Tagged Passions:union, administrator, manager, and human resources

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UNDER NEGOTIATION: Salaries and Terms of Employment

Tagged Passions:employment

3-E 2019-6668 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT/HIRING Pursuant to Government Code 54957 (b)(1) Title/description of positions to be filled: Interim/Acting

City Manager
Tagged Passions:appointments, administrator, and manager

3-F 2019-6646 CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - LIABILITY CLAIMS (Pursuant to Government Code 54956.95) Claimant: Jeffrey Cambra Agency claimed

against: City of Alameda
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4 Announcement of Action Taken in Closed Session, if any

5 Adjournment - City Council

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SPECIAL MEETING OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION (SACIC) - 6:59 P.M.

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Pledge of Allegiance

1 Roll Call - SACIC

2 Consent Calendar

2-A 2019-6674 Minutes of the Special Joint City Council and SACIC Meeting Held on February 5, 2019. [SACIC] (City Clerk)

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2-B 2019-6617 Recommendation to Approve an Amendment to the Construction Ground Lease Deed of Trust (with Security Agreement, Fixture Filing and

Assignment of Rents and Leases) for the Alameda Theater Allowing Alameda Entertainment Associates, L.P. to Incur Additional Debt in the Amount of 1.6 Million for Theatre Upgrades and Allowing the Successor Agency s Outstanding Loan to be Subordinate to Such Additional Debt. [SACIC] (Base Reuse and Community Development 207) Attachments: Exhibit 1 - Construction Ground Lease Deed of Trust
Tagged Passions:construction, leasing, development, security, Development, and community development

Exhibit 2 - Amendment to Deed of Trust

3 Adjournment - SACIC

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING - 7:00 P.M.

1 Roll Call - City Council

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2 Agenda Changes

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3 Proclamations, Special Orders of the Day and Announcements - Limited to 15 minutes

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3-A 2019-6445 Proclamation Declaring March 2019 Women s History Month. (City Manager 2110)

Tagged Passions:recognition, administrator, manager, and history

4 Oral Communications, Non-Agenda (Public Comment) - A limited number of speakers may address the Council regarding any matter not on the agenda;

limited to 15 minutes; additional public comment addressed under Section 8
Tagged Passions:council, communications, Communications, and housing

5 Consent Calendar - Items are routine and will be approved by one motion unless removal is requested by the Council or the public

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5-A 2019-6675 Minutes of the Special and Regular City Council Meetings Held on February 19, 2019. (City Clerk)

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5-B 2019-6673 Bills for Ratification. (Finance)

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Attachments: Bills for Ratification

5-C 2019-6595 Recommendation to Endorse the Central Avenue Webster Street Options for Further Analysis and the Two-Way Bikeway Extension Between

Paden School and McKay Avenue. (Transportation 310) Attachments: Exhibit 1 - Workshop and Email Comments
Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, education, Bicycles, and bicycles

Exhibit 2 - Public Survey Comments Exhibit 3 - Two-Way Bikeway Extension Exhibit 4 - Intersection Photos, Plan Views and Maps

Tagged Passions:Bicycles and bicycles

5-D 2019-6597 Adoption of Resolution Finding that the Harbor Bay Entities [Harbor Bay Village Four Associates (HBV4), Harbor Bay Village Five

Associates (HBV5), and Harbor Bay Isle Associates (HBIA)] Have Demonstrated Good Faith Compliance with the Terms and Conditions of Development Agreement, DA-89-1. [This Compliance Review is not a project under California Environmental Quality Act.] (Planning, Building Transportation 481005) Attachments: Exhibit 1 - Annual Report
Tagged Passions:planning, development, transportation, environment, ports, boating, Development, and compliance

Exhibit 2 - 1989 Agreement Resolution

5-E 2019-6586 Adoption of Resolution Amending the Concession Agreement with Dialemi, Inc. (known as Jim s on the Course), to Provide an Extension for

Completion of the Event Center at the Corica Park Golf Complex. (Recreation 5301)
Tagged Passions:events, parks, golf, and recreation

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Attachments: Exhibit 1 - Second Amendment Exhibit 2 - Agreement and First Amendment Resolution

5-F 2019-6588 Adoption of Resolution to Accept a Construction Grant for the Encinal Boat Launch Facility in the Amount of 1,450,000 from the Division

of Boating and Waterways, Harbor and Watercraft Revolving Fund and Authorize the Interim City Manager, or Designee, to Manage the Grant Agreement. (Recreation and Parks 280) Attachments: Resolution
Tagged Passions:grant, construction, facility, ports, boating, parks, administrator, manager, and recreation

5-G 2019-6622 Adoption of Resolution to Endorse Declaration of a Climate Emergency and Request Regional Collaboration on an Immediate Just Transition

and Emergency Mobilization Effort to Restore a Safe Climate. (Public Works 001) Attachments: Resolution
Tagged Passions:environment, emergency, Public Works, and public works

6 Regular Agenda Items

6-A 2019-6659 Adoption of Resolution Appointing Vadim Sidelnikov as a Tenant Member of the Rent Review Advisory Committee.

Tagged Passions:appointments and rental

6-B 2019-6618 Presentation on the CASA Compact; and Recommendation to Direct the Interim City Manager to Incorporate State Legislation Introduced to

Implement the CASA Compact into the City s Legislative Agenda. (City Manager 2110) Attachments: Exhibit 1 - CASA Compact
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6-C 2019-6593 Public Hearing to Consider Endorsing: 1) an Annual Report on the Status of the General Plan and Housing Element, and 2) an Annual

Report on the Status of the Transportation Choices Plan and Associated Work Program Priorities. [Consideration of an Annual Report is exempt from review under California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to actions that have the potential to cause a significant impact on the environment.] (Planning Building Transportation 481005) Attachments: Exhibit 1 - General Plan Annual Report
Tagged Passions:planning, transportation, program, Conservation, environment, hearing, and housing

Exhibit 2 - Transportation Annual Report

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6-D 2019-6594 Public Hearing to Consider Adoption of Resolution Amending the General Plan Residential and Business Park Land Use Classifications to

Resolve Conflicting Language Between the Residential Density Standards in the Land Use Element with the Residential Density Standards Adopted in the Housing Element and Clarifying Business
Tagged Passions:business, parks, hearing, and housing

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Park Development Standards. [The proposed amendments are categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA

Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3).] (Planning, Building Transportation 481005) Attachments: Resolution
Tagged Passions:planning, development, transportation, environment, Development, and parks

6-E 2019-6614 Public Hearing and Consider Adoption of Resolution Denying the Appeal Filed by Ty Hudson on Behalf of Unite Here Local 2850 and

Approving a Design Review and Parking Reduction to Allow the Construction of a 96-Room Hotel with 62 Parking Spaces at 1825 Park Street (PLN17-0538). (Planning, Building Transportation 481005) Attachments: Exhibit 1 - Petition for Appeal
Tagged Passions:planning, construction, streets, hotel, union, transportation, hearing, and parking

Exhibit 2 - Planning Board Resolution and Staff Report Exhibit 3 - Project Plans Exhibit 4 - Demand Study Exhibit 5 - Valet Parking Plan Exhibit 6 -

Economic Development Strategy Memorandum Resolution
Tagged Passions:planning, strategic, economic development, development, Development, and parking

6-F 2019-6636 Adoption of Resolution Amending the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19 Budget; and

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Adoption of Resolution Approving Workforce Changes to the FY 2018-19 Mid-Year Budget Update in the Planning, Building and Transportation Department,

Finance Department and Public Works Department; and
Tagged Passions:planning, finance, budget, transportation, Public Works, public works, and workforce

Adoption of Resolution Amending the Alameda City Employees Association (ACEA) Salary Schedule Establishing the Classification of Combination Building

Inspector I, Retitling the Combination Building Inspector Classification to Combination Building Inspector II, and Providing for Equity Adjustments to Increase the Base Pay of the Classifications of Senior Combination Building Inspector, Senior Building Code Compliance Officer, Senior Fire Code Compliance Officer, Combination Building Inspector II, and Fire/Building Code Compliance Officer Effective March 31, 2019. (Finance 2410)
Tagged Passions:finance, compliance, and building codes

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Attachments: Exhibit 1 - 2018-19 Mid-Year Budget Update Amendments Exhibit 2 - Annual Activity Exhibit 3 - Fund Balance Reserve Exhibit 4 - Revenue

Projection Exhibit 5 - 2014-15 to 2018-19 Assessed Values Exhibit 6 - Expenditure Summary Exhibit 7 - Expenditure Status Resolution - Mid Year Budget Resolution - Workforce Changes Resolution - ACEA Salary Amendment
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6-G 2019-6623 Recommendation to Consider: (A) Introduction of Ordinance Repealing in Its Entirety Ordinance No. 3227 (Ordinance Amending the Alameda

Municipal Code by Amending Article XVI (Cannabis Businesses) of Chapter VI (Businesses, Occupations and Industry) to (1) Eliminate the Cap on Testing Laboratories, (2) Allow for Two Additional Cannabis Businesses to Operate as Dispensary/Delivery (Delivery Required; Open to the Public) Within the Zoning Districts for Cannabis Retail, (3) Amend the Dispersion Requirement to Require No More Than Two Cannabis Retail Businesses to Operate on Either Side of Grand Street, (4) Create a Two-Tier Buffer Zone from Sensitive Uses for Cannabis Businesses, (5) Amend Certain Portions of the Regulatory Ordinance to Enable Cannabis Retail Businesses to Dispense Non-medicinal or Adult Use Cannabis, (6) Modify Requirements for Off-Island Delivery, and (7) Make Other Clarifying or Conforming Amendments Thereto; and
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(B) Introduction of Ordinance Repealing in Its Entirety Ordinance No. 3228 (Ordinance Amending Section 30-10 (Cannabis) to (1) Add Cannabis Retail

Businesses as Conditionally Permitted Uses in the C-1, Neighborhood Business, and C-M, Commercial-Manufacturing Zoning Districts, (2) Amend Certain Portions of the Zoning Code to Enable Cannabis Retail Businesses to Dispense Non-medicinal or Adult Use Cannabis, and (3) Amend Certain Portions of the Zoning Code to Remove the Dispersion Requirement); and
Tagged Passions:ordinance, business, zoning, commercial, and neighborhood

Public Hearing to Consider: (A) Introduction of Ordinance: (1) Amending the Alameda Municipal Code by Amending Article XVI (Cannabis Businesses) of

Chapter VI (Businesses, Occupations and Industry) to (a) Eliminate the Cap on Testing Laboratories, (b) Allow for Two Additional Cannabis Businesses to Operate as Dispensary/Delivery (Delivery Required, Open to the Public) within the Zoning Districts for Cannabis Retail, (c) Amend the Dispersion
Tagged Passions:ordinance, business, zoning, and hearing

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Requirement to Require No More Than Two Cannabis Retail Businesses to Operate on Either Side of Grand Street, (d) Create a Two-Tier Buffer Zone from

Sensitive Uses for Cannabis Businesses, (e) Amend Certain Portions of the Regulatory Ordinance to Enable Cannabis Retail Businesses to Dispense Non-Medicinal or Adult Use Cannabis, (f) Modify Requirements for Off-Island Delivery, and (g) Make Any Other Related Amendments; and
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(B) Introduction of Ordinance Amending the Alameda Municipal Code by (1) Amending Section 30-10 (Cannabis) to (a) Add Cannabis Retail Businesses as

Conditionally Permitted Uses in the C-1, Neighborhood Business, and C-M, Commercial-Manufacturing Zoning Districts, (b) Amend Certain Portions of the Zoning Code to Enable Cannabis Retail Businesses to Dispense Non-Medicinal or Adult Use Cannabis, (c) Amend Certain Portions of the Zoning Code to Remove the Dispersion Requirement; and (d) Make Any Other Related Amendments; and
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Consider Phasing Implementation of the Cap on the Number of Dispensary/Delivery Permits, Through the Request for Proposals Process, and Provide

Direction to Staff, as Necessary. (Community Development 481007) Attachments: Exhibit 1-- Open Government Case 19-01
Tagged Passions:development, Development, open government, and community development

Exhibit 2 - Draft 2-19-2019 City Council Minutes Exhibit 3 - Map of Zones Exhibit 4 - Letter Exhibit 5 - Land Use Ordinance - Redlined Exhibit 6 -

Regulatory Ordinance - Redlined Ordinance - Land Use - Repeal Ordinance - Regulatory - Repeal Ordinance - Land Use - Clean Ordinance - Regulatory - Clean
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7 City Manager Communications - Communications from City Manager

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

8 Oral Communications, Non-Agenda (Public Comment) - Speakers may address the Council regarding any matter not on the agenda

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9 Council Referrals - Matters placed on the agenda by a Councilmember may be acted upon or scheduled as a future agenda item

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9-A 2019-6549 Consider Raising the Rate of the Hotel Tax (Transient Occupancy Tax). (Councilmember Daysog)

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and hotel

9-B 2019-6645 Consider Directing the City Manager to Create Breastfeeding

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Locations, Baby Changing Stations and Gender Neutral Bathrooms. (Councilmembers Vella and Oddie)

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10 Council Communications - Councilmembers can address any matter not on the agenda, including reporting on conferences or meetings

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10-A 2019-6671 Status of the Emma Hood Swim Center at Alameda High School.

Tagged Passions:education

10-B 2019-6627 Review and Discuss Charter Amendment Timeline and Issues Proposed by the Council Subcommittee. Attachments: Process and Meeting Plan

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10-C 2019-6641 February 2019 Topic Brief on Climate Action and Embodied Emissions. [Informational Only] (Councilmember Oddie) Attachments: Topic

Brief
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11 Adjournment - City Council

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Meeting Rules of Order are available at: https://www.alamedaca.gov/Departments/City-Clerk/Key-Documents section-2 Translators and sign language

interpreters will be available on request. Please contact the City Clerk at 510-747-4800 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting to request a translator or interpreter. Equipment for the hearing impaired is available for public use. For assistance, please contact the City Clerk at 510-747-4800 either prior to, or at, the Council meeting. Accessible seating for persons with disabilities, including those using wheelchairs, is available. Please contact the City Clerk at 510-747-4800 or TDD number 510-522-7538 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting to request agenda materials in an alternative format, or any other reasonable accommodation that may be necessary to participate in and enjoy the benefits of the meeting. Minutes of the meeting available in enlarged print. The meeting will be broadcast live on the City s website: https://www.alamedaca.gov/GOVERNMENT/Agendas-Minutes-Announcements Documents related to this agenda are available for public inspection and copying at of the Office of the City Clerk, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue, Room 380, during normal business hours.
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KNOW YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE SUNSHINE ORDINANCE: Government s duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public.

Commissions, boards, councils and other agencies of the City of Alameda exist to conduct the citizen of Alameda s business. This ordinance assures that deliberations are conducted before the people and that City operations are open to the people s review. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE SUNSHINE ORDINANCE OR TO REPORT A VIOLATION OF THE ORDINANCE, CONTACT THE OPEN GOVERNMENT COMMISSION: the address is 2263 Santa Clara Avenue, Room 380, Alameda, CA, 94501; phone number is 510-747-4800; fax number is 510-865-4048, e-mail address is lweisiger@alamedaca.gov and contact is Lara Weisiger, City Clerk. In order to assist the City s efforts to accommodate persons with severe allergies, environmental illnesses, multiple chemical sensitivity or related disabilities, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the City accommodate these individuals.
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