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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/6/2021 7:16 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Teleconference
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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ID-2021-139 110.1. Informational ReportWarrants. (Brad Farmer)acceptPass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-147 110.2. MinutesAction Minutes of March 16, 2021 Special Closed Session (City Council / Management of Emeryville Services Authority). (Sheri Hartz)approvePass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-148 110.3. MinutesAction Minutes of March 16, 2021 Emeryville City Council Special Meeting. (Sheri Hartz)   Action details Video Video
ID-2021-150 110.4. MinutesAction Minutes of March 16, 2021 Emeryville City Council Regular Meeting. (Sheri Hartz)approvePass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-146 110.5.PBID BudgetCC ResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Approving The Emeryville Transportation Management Association (TMA) 2021 Budget And Setting Compensation To The TMA To Operate The Emery Go Round Shuttle Service During The 2021 Calendar Year Under The Terms Of The Service Agreement For An Amount Not To Exceed Four Million, Six Hundred Thirty Nine Thousand And Three Hundred Eighty Dollars ($4,639,380); And Authorize An Additional Five Hundred Thousand, Fifty-Six Thousand, Three Hundred Sixty Eight Dollars ($556,368) From The Emeryville Property Based Business Improvement District (PBID) Fund 805 To Cover Additional General Benefit Contribution. (Brad Farmer)approvePass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-114 110.6. Informational ReportResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Authorizing The City Manager To Execute A Fifth Amendment To The Professional Services Agreement With Biggs Cardosa Associates, Inc. To Revise Workscope And Budget For Engineering Design Services Related To The South Bayfront Pedestrian Bicycle Bridge/Horton Landing Park Project, EPW 17-113 (CIP No. 164750006 and CIP No. 17237003). (Mary Grace Houlihan / Todd Teachout)acceptPass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-137 110.7.Bike To Wherever Day SponsorshipCC ResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City of Emeryville Appropriating Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500) From Capital Improvement Project 15240017, Bicycle And Pedestrian Plan Implementation Using Measure BB Bicycle/Pedestrian Fund 264 For 2021 Bike To Wherever Day (BTWD) Sponsorship. (Matt Anderson / Nancy Humphrey / Mary Grace Houlihan)approvePass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-132 110.8.Cannabis Regulations Amendment re: Denying Permit Renewal for Inactivity - 2nd ReadingOrdinanceSecond Reading Of An Ordinance Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Amending Section 5-28.06(d) Of The Emeryville Municipal Code, “Cannabis, Review of Applications - Appeal of Disapprovals and Suspensions” (CEQA Determination: Exempt Pursuant To CEQA Guideline 15061(b)(3)). (Charles S. Bryant / Chadrick Smalley)approvePass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-151 112.1.Audit ServicesCC ResolutionResolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Emeryville Authorizing The City Manager To Execute A Professional Services Contract With Maze & Associates To Audit The Financial Records Of The City Of Emeryville And The Successor Agency To The Former Emeryville Redevelopment Agency For An Amount Not To Exceed $103,481 Per Year For Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 2021, 2022, And 2023, For A Total Contract Amount Not To Exceed $310,443; With An Option To Extend For Fiscal Years 2024 And 2025. (Brad Farmer)approvePass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-133 112.2.Discussion on Prohibiting CrematoriesOther ItemDiscussion on Prohibiting Crematories in Emeryville. (Charles S. Bryant)   Action details Video Video
ID-2021-136 113.1. Informational ReportApproval by The City Council / Disaster Council Of The City Of Emeryville Authorizing the April 1, 2021 through June 3, 2021 CERT Academy Training. (Trish Raver / Lori Elefant)approvePass Action details Video Video
ID-2021-134 114.1.Planning Director's report on March 25, 2021 Planning Commission meetingInformational ReportPlanning Director's report on Planning Commission actions at the March 25, 2021 meeting: (a) 6613 Hollis Cannabis Manufacturing and Non-Storefront Dispensary Incubator Facility Amendment. Consideration of an amendment to Conditional Use Permit UP17-003 to convert second floor space (approximately 1,200 square feet) for cannabis manufacturing use and minor changes to the building floor plan to accommodate the proposed use. The Conditional Use Permit was originally approved by the Planning Commission on January 25, 2018. (b) 3637 Adeline Supportive Housing. Study session to review a proposal for redevelopment of a 0.29-acre site with a 7-story, 90-unit, 100% affordable supportive housing project. The applicant proposes that the project be processed under SB 35, which mandates ministerial approval (i.e. staff level), and AB 1763, which specifies no density limit for projects within one-half mile of transit. The packet for the March 25, 2021 Planning Commission meeting can be viewed online at    Action details Video Video