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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/4/2021 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Remote Participation
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Action Minutes Action Minutes Staff/Project
Applicant Presentations:
Presentations Presentations  
Meeting video: eComment: None  
Attachments: Agenda Packet 05-04-21
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MIN 21-058 1.MinutesApprove City Council Minutes of the City Council Meeting on April 20, 2021approvedPass Action details None
CONS 21-201 2.ConsentAdopt a Resolution Approving the Project List for FY22 Road Repair and Accountability Act (RRAA) Funding for the FY22 Pavement Improvement ProjectapprovedPass Action details None
CONS 21-209 3.ConsentAdopt Resolutions Approving Agreements with the Alameda County Probation Department for Delinquency Prevention Network (Youth Service Center) Services and the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency for Medi-Cal Administrative Activities and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute the AgreementsadoptedPass Action details Video Video
CONS 21-211 4.ConsentAdopt a Resolution Accepting for Public Use the Real Properties Shown on the Final Map of Tract 7620 as Parcel A, Tennyson Road, Alquire Parkway, Vista Grande Drive, Cantera Drive, Mountain View Drive, and Fortuna Way (Applicant: La Vista, L.P.)approvedPass Action details None
CONS 21-217 5.ConsentAdopt a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Contract with Revel Environmental Manufacturing Inc., for Purchase and Installation of Small Trash Capture Devices in Various Locations Throughout the City in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $430,000approvedPass Action details None
CONS 21-223 6.ConsentAdopt a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Amendment No. 1 to Increase the Professional Services Agreement with St. Francis Electric, Inc., to a Total Not-To-Exceed Amount of $864,000 for Traffic Signal and Streetlight Maintenance Project No. 05187 and 05189approvedPass Action details None
CONS 21-226 7.ConsentAdopt Resolutions Approving Addendum No. 1 and Awarding a Contract to California Trenchless, Inc., for the Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement at Alameda County Transit Maintenance Facility Project, Project No. 07781, in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $627,600, and Approving the Transfer of Funds in an Amount of $747,600 for the Contract and Additional Inspection and Administration ExpensesapprovedPass Action details None
CONS 21-150 8.ConsentAdopt Two Resolutions to 1) Initiate Proceedings Pursuant to Government Code Section 53753, 2) Provide Intention to Levy Assessments for FY 2022, 3) Preliminarily Approve FY 2022 the Engineer’s Report, 4) Provide a Notice of Proposition 218 Public Hearing for Stratford Village Flood Control Facilities Improvement Assessment (MD1 - 2021), 5) Approve the Mailing of Ballots, and 6) Adopt Proposition 218 Assessment BallotadoptedPass Action details Video Video
PH 21-039 9.Public HearingHome Avenue Single Family Residence: Adopt a Resolution Approving a Site Plan Review and Grading Permit Application for Proposed Single-Family Residence and Attached Accessory Dwelling Unit on a Vacant 0.21-Acre Hillside Lot with an Average Slope Greater than 20% Located at 2579 Home Avenue, Assessor Parcel No. 081D-1660-040-00, Application No. 202000579, Bich-Khoi Do (Applicant) and Bradley Switzer Trust (Owner) (Report from Assistant City Manager Ott)approvedPass Action details Video Video
PH 21-041 10.Public HearingAmazon Facility: Introduce an Ordinance Related to a Zoning Text Amendment to Conditionally Permit Truck Terminals in the Industrial Park District and Adopt a Resolution Approving a Conditional Use Permit and Related Addendum for an Amazon Last Mile Delivery Facility at 2701 W. Winton Avenue. Amazon.com Services, Inc. (Applicant); Black Creek Group (Property Owner) (Continued to May 25, 2021)   Action details None
LB 21-013 11.Legislative BusinessAffordable Housing Development Funding: Adopt Resolutions Authorizing the City Manager to Prioritize Current Affordable Housing Projects for Allocation of Existing Inclusionary Housing Trust Funds Not-to-Exceed $4.9 million and to Issue a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) to Establish an Affordable Housing Development Pipeline (Report from Assistant City Manager Ott)approvedPass Action details Video Video
WS 21-021 12.Work SessionCity Council Retreat Follow Up: Further Discussion Regarding Council Referrals and Other Sections of the City Council Handbook (Report from City Manager McAdoo)   Action details Video Video