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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final - Amended
Meeting date/time: 7/10/2018 7:16 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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ID-2018-421 14.1. Special OrderIntroduction: Interim City Manager James Holgersson. (Lisa Lopez)   Not available Video Video
ID-2018-350 14.2. Special OrderIntroduction: Deputy City Clerk Thai Pham. (Sheri Hartz)   Not available Video Video
ID-2018-407 110.1. Informational ReportWarrants. (Susan Hsieh)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-393 110.2. MinutesAction Minutes of the June 19, 2018, Emeryville City Council / Management of Emeryville Services Authority Special Closed Session Meeting. (Sheri Hartz)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-394 110.3. MinutesAction Minutes of the June 19, 2018 Emeryville City Council Special Study Session. (Sheri Hartz)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-397 110.4. MinutesAction Minutes of the June 19, 2018 Emeryville City Council Meeting. (Sheri Hartz)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-398 110.5. ResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Declaring The Results Of The Emeryville Consolidated General Municipal Election Held On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, As To The Election For And Against Measure C. (Sheri Hartz)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-399 110.6.Municipal Election ConsolidationResolutionResolution Calling for the General Municipal Election November 6, 2018; Requesting Approval of Consolidation with the County of Alameda County; Requesting the County Registrar of Voters Perform Certain Election Services in Connection with Said November 6, 2018 Election; and Authorizing the City of Emeryville to Reimburse the County Registrar of Voters for Election Services Performed. (Sheri Hartz)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-316 110.7. ResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into A Purchasing And License Agreement With Sunridge Systems, Inc, Inc. For Software, Services, And Hardware Necessary To Implement A New Computer Aided Dispatch And Records Management System In The Police Department In An Amount Not To Exceed $293,104. (Jennifer Tejada / Oliver Collins)   Not available Video Video
ID-2018-403 110.8. ResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Authorizing The Amendment And City Manager To Execute Contract #CSPP-7008 With The State Department Of Education, Office Of Child Development, For Fiscal Year 2017-2018 In The Amount From $170,230 To $240,230 And Appropriate Said Funds When Received To Account 230-53600. (Pedro Jimenez)   Not available Video Video
ID-2018-381 110.9.Callander Contract for 40th Street Median DesignResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Authorizing The City Manager To Execute A Professional Services Agreement (PSA) With Callander Associates For Design Services For The 40th Street/San Pablo Avenue Median Rehabilitation Project In An Amount Not To Exceed $66,565 And To Execute An Amendment To The PSA In The Future To Add Up To $40,000 In Additional Scope If Required To Accommodate The 40th Street And San Pablo Avenue Transit Hub Project. (Charles S. Bryant / Chadrick Smalley)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-382 110.10.Annual Affordable Housing Rent and Income LimitsResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Adopting The 2018 Housing Affordability Table Pursuant To The Affordable Housing Program (Article 4 Of Chapter 5 Of The Planning Regulations). (Charles S. Bryant / Chadrick Smalley / Catherine J. Firpo)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-383 110.11.CDBG Agreement with Alameda CountyResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into An Agreement By And Between The County Of Alameda And The City Of Emeryville For The Purpose Of Carrying Out The Community Development Block Grant Program For Fiscal Year 2018-19. (Charles S. Bryant / Chadrick Smalley / Catherine J. Firpo)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-368 110.12.Point Emery-Noble PSAResolutionResolution of the City Council of the City of Emeryville Authorizing the City Manager to Enter Into A Professional Services Agreement With Noble Consultants, Inc. In An Amount Not To Exceed $90,035 For Engineering Design and Regulatory Permitting Services For Point Emery Shoreline Protection Project, EPW 101-18 (CIP #16243031). (Andrew Clough / Michael Roberts)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-386 110.13.Approve Contract for 17/18 Phase 2 and Appropriate FundsResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City of Emeryville Appropriating In Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Amounts Of $230,000 From Measure B - VLF (Fund #238) And $70,000 From Measure B - Bicycle and Pedestrian (Fund #262); To Increase Appropriations In Fiscal Year 2018/2019 By Amounts Of $850,000 From Measure B - Local Streets & Roads (Fund #240), $310,000 From Measure BB - Local Streets & Roads (Fund # 242), And $1,208,000 From 1999 Bond Funds (Fund #444); And Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into A Contract With Telfer Pavement Technologies, LLC In An Amount Not To Exceed $1,573,225.50 For The Construction Of The 2017/2018 Street Rehabilitation and Preventive Maintenance Project, Phase 2, EPW 18-104 (CIP No. 17240005). (Andrew Clough / Ryan O'Connell)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-387 110.14.Signature Authority for Quiet Zone Safety Engineering Measures ProjectResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Granting The City Manager Signature Authority For All Agreements Necessary To Assure Completion Of The Quiet Zone Safety Engineering Measures Project; CEQA Determination: Exempt Pursuant To 15301(c). (Andrew Clough / Ryan O'Connell)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-385 110.15.Application to MTC for TDA Article 3ResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Approving The Request To The Metropolitan Transportation Commission By The City Of Emeryville For An Allocation Of Transportation Development Act Article 3 Pedestrian And Bicycle Project Funding For Fiscal Year 2018/2019; CEQA Determination: Exempt Pursuant To 15301(c). (Andrew Clough / Ryan O'Connell)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-392 110.16.Joint City-AC Transit letter to Caltrans re: bus-only left turn lane from Powell Street to I-80 westboundOther ItemJoint City Of Emeryville And AC Transit Letter To Caltrans Regarding Bus-Only Left Turn Onto Westbound I-80 On-Ramp. (Charles S. Bryant / Diana Keena)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-405 110.17. ResolutionResolution Of The City Council Approving And Consenting to A Side Letter Agreement to the Memorandum Of Understanding Between The Management Of Emeryville Services Authority (MESA) and The Service Employees International Union, Local 1021 (SEIU) With A Term Effective July 1, 2018 Through June 30, 2019. (Lisa Lopez) (In Conjunction With Management Of Emeryville Services Authority Agenda Item 6.3.)   Not available Not available
ID-2018-384 111.1.Noise Waiver Request – Tanium Sign Installation, 2100 Powell StreetResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Granting A Waiver From The Noise Ordinance To Arrow Sign Company On Saturday, July 21, 2018 Between The Hours Of 6:00 A.M. And 5:00 P.M. For The Installation Of Two Tanium High-Rise Signs At 2100 Powell Street (APN: 49-1495-9) (CEQA Status: Exempt Pursuant To State CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3)). (Charles S. Bryant / Navarre Oaks)   Not available Video Video
ID-2018-273 112.1. OrdinanceFirst Reading Of An Ordinance Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Repealing And Replacing Chapter 29 Of Title 5 Of The Emeryville Municipal Code, “Smoking Pollution Control”; CEQA Determination: Exempt Pursuant To Section 15061(B)(3) Of The California CEQA Guidelines. (Michael Guina) Consideration of a Memorandum of Understanding Between the City of Emeryville and the County of Alameda Public Health Department Regarding Provision of Education and Outreach for City’s Smoking Pollution Control Ordinance. (Michael Guina)   Not available Video Video
ID-2018-273 1  OrdinanceFirst Reading Of An Ordinance Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Repealing And Replacing Chapter 29 Of Title 5 Of The Emeryville Municipal Code, “Smoking Pollution Control”; CEQA Determination: Exempt Pursuant To Section 15061(B)(3) Of The California CEQA Guidelines. (Michael Guina) Consideration of a Memorandum of Understanding Between the City of Emeryville and the County of Alameda Public Health Department Regarding Provision of Education and Outreach for City’s Smoking Pollution Control Ordinance. (Michael Guina)   Not available Video Video
ID-2018-425 112.2. Informational ReportDirection On Potential Revenue Measures For The November 2018 Election. (Susan Hsieh)   Not available Video Video
ID-2018-371 113.1.Planning Director's report on June 28, 2018 Planning Commission meetingInformational ReportPlanning Director's report on Planning Commission actions at the June 28, 2018 meeting: (a) Ocean View Townhomes - Consideration of a Conditional Use Permit and Design Review Permit to demolish an existing single family home and replace it with a three-unit residential building at 1270 Ocean Avenue, and a Tree Removal Permit for two street trees on Ocean Avenue. * (b) Sherwin Williams Surface Parking Lot - Consideration of a Conditional Use Permit to allow a temporary surface parking lot accommodating 140 spaces to support office use in the existing building at the Sherwin Williams Planned Unit Development (PUD) site until a new garage building (identified on Parcel B2 of the approved PUD) is constructed. ** (c) Shellmound Way General Plan Amendment - Consideration of a General Plan Amendment to revise the location of Shellmound Way such that it coincides with its current location 250 feet south of what is shown on Figure 3-1, “Circulation”, in the General Plan and other maps in the General Plan; and to add an east-west bicycle and pedestrian path to Figure 3-1 and other maps in   Not available Video Video