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2011 Council Items 

 

Date Item Vote Pass?
12/13 Report on Regional Bodies Participation-County Wide Transportation Plan (Continued from December 6, 2011)

Info Report

N/A
12/13 Stop UC Police Violence – Support Students, Faculty and Staff (Continued from December 6, 2011) 7-0-0 Yes
12/13 Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS): Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 7-0-0 Yes
12/13 City Manager Referral: Adopting a Policy to Specify Parking Rules on Streets Bordering RPP Permit Zones 9-0-0 Yes
12/13  City Manager Referral: Feasibility of iPhone Use by City Staff 9-0-0 Yes
12/13 City Manager Referral: 2441 Haste Street Tenants and Fire Victims Letter 9-0-0 Yes
12/6 Info Report N/A
12/6 Letter to President Obama Opposing the Keystone XL Pipeline (Continued from November 15, 2011) 9-0-0 Yes
12/6 Support the November University of California-Wide Days of Action (Continued from November 15, 2011) 9-0-0 Yes
12/6 Support Letter for Medical Amnesty Encouraging Drug Overdose Witnesses to Call 911 9-0-0 Yes
12/6 Stop UC Police Violence - Support Students, Faculty and Staff 9-0-0 Yes
11/15 Report on Regional Bodies Participation-Oakland Airport-Community Noise Management Forum Info Report N/A
11/15 Report on Regional Bodies Participation-County Wide Transportation Plan Info Report  N/A
11/15 Report on Regional Bodies Participation-ABAG: Fall General Assembly Info Report N/A
11/15 Letter to President Obama Opposing the Keystone XL Pipeline 9-0-0 Yes
11/15 Support the November University of California-Wide Days of Action 9-0-0 Yes
11/15 Supporting SB 810, The California Universal Healthcare Act 9-0-0 Yes
11/15 Endorse UCSA's Save Our State, Fund Our Future Campaign 9-0-0 Yes
11/15 Endorse the "Stand Up for Tibet" Pledge 9-0-0 Yes
11/15 City Manager Referral: Student Cooperatives Eligibility for Housing Trust Fund and Relationship to Affordable Housing Fee 9-0-0 Yes
11/8 TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) For Neighborhood Cats 9-0-0 Yes
11/8  Public Notice of Local Plastic Bag Ban and Paper Bag Fee Ordinance 9-0-0 Yes
11/8 Possible New Council Chambers - Options and Accessibility 9-0-0 Yes
11/8 Sponsorship of the 28th Annual Telegraph Avenue Holiday Street Fair 9-0-0 Yes
11/8 City Manager Referral: Creation of a Backup Blackberry/IT System 9-0-0 Yes
11/8 Endorse the UC Faculty Association's Petition in Support of the Occupy Wall Street Movement 9-0-0 Yes
11/8 Supporting Rebuilding the Dream Movement to Tax Wall Street 9-0-0 Yes
11/8  2011 Outstanding Women of Berkeley Award 9-0-0 Yes
10/25 Report on Regional Bodies Participation Info Report N/A
10/25 Thanking Chancellor Birgeneau for Ending the Parking Replacement Fee 9-0-0 Yes
10/11 Support Main Street Contract Campaign to Tax Wall Street 9-0-0 Yes
10/11 Recognizing the Outstanding Efforts of the Berkeley Police Department for Continuously Reducing Crime in Berkeley 9-0-0 Yes
10/11 Referral to City Manager: Workshop on Pedestrian Master Plan 9-0-0 Yes
9/27 City Manager Referral: Ordinance to Allow Civil Cause of Action to Limit Harassment (Continued from September 20, 2011) 8-0-1 Yes
9/27 City Manager Referral: Consideration of Implementation of New DUI Policies (Continued from September 20, 2011) 5-2-2 Yes
9/27 Supporting New Priorities Campaign to Reduce Military Spending (Continued from September 20, 2011) 9-0-0 Yes
9/27 Support Proclamation for National Coming Out Day October 11, 2011 9-0-0 Yes
9/27 Support the BlueGreen Alliance JOBS21! Blueprint to Solve the Job Crisis 6-0-3 Yes
9/27 Stand in Solidarity with Verizon Workers 8-0-1 Yes
9/27 Decline to Sign Hotline: 1-877-440-9585 to Prevent Deceptive Anti-Union Ballot Petition 6-0-3 Yes
9/20 Report on Regional Bodies Participation Info Report N/A
9/20 Voting on League of California Cities 2011 Annual Conference Resolutions Info Report N/A
9/20 City Manager Referral: Ordinance to Allow Civil Cause of Action to Limit Harassment delayed delayed
9/20 City Manager Referral: Consideration of Implementation of New DUI Policies delayed delayed
9/20 Support HR 156: Amending the Constitution to Allow Publicly Funded Elections 6-0-3 Yes
9/20 Support CA Proposition 1481: "Tax on California Oil Revenues to Education. Initiative Statute." 9-0-0 Yes
9/20 Support AB 1148: The California Disclose Act to Reveal Funders of Political Ads 9-0-0 Yes
9/20 Proclamation Honoring Halcyon Neighborhood Association on the 15th Anniversary of Halcyon Commons 9-0-0 Yes
9/20 Decline to Sign HOTLINE (877) 440-9585 to Protect the Fair Education Act 8-0-1 Yes
9/20 "Making Cents: Forging a New California in a Time of Crisis” Conference: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds To General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
9/20 City Sponsorship of the "Making Cents: Forging a New California in a Time of Crisis" Conference 5-0-4 Yes
9/20 Supporting New Priorities Campaign to Reduce Military Spending delayed delayed
7/19 Support State Senator Loni Hancock’s SB 490 to Abolish Death Penalty in California 9-0-0 Yes
7/19 Support SB 790 to Eliminate Barriers to Local Governments Increasing Renewable Energy Use 9-0-0 Yes
7/19 Support AB 650 to Establish the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Public Transportation 9-0-0 Yes
7/19 City Manager Referral: Limiting Charges for Auto Theft Recovery 9-0-0 Yes
7/12 Enhanced Minutes: Recording All Motions Made at City Council Meetings 7-2-0 Yes
7/12 Affordable Housing Mitigation Fee Ordinance, Adding BMC Section 22.20.065 From: Councilmembers Arreguin, Moore and Worthington 6-1-2 Yes
6/28 Referral to City Manager: Implement City Commissioners’ Cost Saving Ideas 9-0-0 Yes
6/28 Adding the Warm Water, Willard, King, and West Campus Pools to Work Plan FY 2012

no action

no action
6/28 Progressive & Practical Budget Suggestions  no action no action
6/14 Declaring Topp Twins Day 6-2-1 Yes
6/14  Referral: Warm Pool and All Four Pools Next Steps 9-0-0 Yes
6/14 Support AB 889 Employment Rights for Domestic Care Workers  3-0-6 No
6/14 Affordable Housing Mitigation Fee Ordinance, Adding BMC Section 22.20.065  6-1-2 Yes
6/7 Affordable Housing Mitigation Fee Ordinance, Adding BMC Section 22.20.065
Revised Agenda Material (PDF)
delayed delayed
6/7 STEP: Sisters Together Educating Our Peers (care of Inter-City Services): Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
6/7 First Annual Berkeley LGBT Comedy Festival Week 9-0-0 Yes
6/7 2011 Berkeley Juneteenth Festival: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
5/31 Support UC Berkeley’s Hunger Strikers Defending Women’s Studies, African American Studies, and Ethnic Studies delayed delayed
5/31 Support AB 889 Employment Rights for Domestic Care Workers delayed delayed
5/31 Support AB 1389: Unified State Standards for DUI Checkpoints and Vehicle Impoundments 8-0-1 Yes
5/31 Support AB 131: Financial Aid Eligibility for Undocumented Students 9-0-0 Yes
5/31 Support SB 104 Agricultural Workers Collective Bargaining Rights 9-0-0 Yes
5/31 Proclamation to Honor June as Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Questioning Pride Month and Authorize the City Manager to Fly the Rainbow Flag for the Month of June 9-0-0 Yes
5/31 Berkeley Student Cooperative: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
5/17 Support FRAC Act, H.R. 1084/S.587, and BREATHE Act, H.R. 1204 to Repeal the Fracking Exemption to the Safe Drinking Water Act and Require Disclosure of Chemicals Used in Fracking 8-0-1 Yes
5/17 Support Senator Corbett’s SB 861 Prohibiting Public Contracts with Private Contractors of Conflict Minerals in the Congo 8-0-1 Yes
5/17 Support the Rank-and-File International Longshore and Warehouse Union Against Pacific Maritime Association’s Threatening Court Tactics 9-0-0 Yes
5/17 Pacific Center: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
5/17 Use of Facebook for Reporting 311 Service Requests 9-0-0 Yes
5/17 Use of Online Payment for Visitor Parking Permits 9-0-0 Yes
5/17 Support AB 764, Allowing Taxpayers to Voluntarily Contribute to the Victim-Witness Assistance Fund on Their Tax Return 9-0-0 Yes
5/17 Eighth Annual Berkeley World Music Festival 9-0-0 Yes
5/3 Reach Fellowship International: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
5/3 Fiscal Agent for Funds Granted to the Maudelle Shirek 100th Birthday Celebration 9-0-0 Yes
5/3 Supporting Senate Bill 184, Amending State Law to Allow Local Governments to Create Inclusionary Housing Requirements 9-0-0 Yes
4/26 Proclamation in Honor of Adam David Miller 9-0-0 Yes
4/26 Proclamation in Honor of Victor Pineda 9-0-0 Yes
4/26 Solidarity Resolution for Wisconsin Workers 9-0-0 Yes
3/29 Support AARP's Petition to Oppose Social Security and Medicare Benefit Cuts 7-0-2 Yes
3/29 Send a Letter to AC Transit Asking to Implement Ease-of-Boarding Features of BRT Revised Agenda Material
9-0-0 Yes
3/29 Taxicab Improvements in Berkeley and Request for Formal Response to Berkeley Taxi Cab Association 9-0-0 Yes
3/29 City Sponsorship of the 2011 Telegraph LastSundays Fest 9-0-0 Yes
3/29 San Francisco LGBT Pride: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
3/29 City Sponsorship of the 2011 San Francisco LGTB Pride Parade 9-0-0 Yes
3/29 Maudelle Shirek’s 100th Birthday Celebration: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
3/29 Honoring Maudelle Shirek’s 100th Year of Life and Service to the Community 9-0-0 Yes
3/29 Proclamation Congratulating the Winners of the 2011 César E. Chávez Commemoration Writing Contest 9-0-0 Yes
3/29 Mario's La Fiesta: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
3/22 The PEOPLE'S (Preventing Early Obituaries by Proposing Logical Economic Solutions) Budget Alternative (continued from March 8, 2011) delayed delayed
3/22 Holocaust Remembrance Day Event: Relinquishment of Council Office Budget Funds to General Fund and Grant of Such Funds 9-0-0 Yes
3/22 Proclamation of the 9th Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day Event 9-0-0 Yes
3/22 Proclamation: 2011 César Chávez Commemorative Period  9-0-0 Yes
3/8 Set Time for Public Hearings 9-0-0 Yes
3/8 The PEOPLES Budget Revised  delayed delayed
3/8                      Armenian Genocide Awareness  9-0-0 Yes
3/8 Pedestrian Lights on Telegraph 9-0-0 Yes
3/8 Telegraph Walk the Beat 9-0-0 Yes
3/8

Public Access to Campaign Statements

9-0-0 Yes
3/8 Establishment of Public Safety Commission 9-0-0 Yes
3/8 Letter to Wisconsin Governor 9-0-0 Yes
2/15 The PEOPLE'S (Preventing Early Obituaries by Proposing Logical Economic Solutions) Budget Alternative (PDF) delayed delayed
2/15 Raising the Tibetan Flag in Solidarity with the Tibetan People for 52 Years in Exile (PDF) 9-0-0 Yes
2/15 Temporary Operation Extension for the Warm Water Pool 9-0-0 Yes
2/15  Pacific Gas and Electric - National Pipeline Safety 9-0-0 Yes
1/25 Proclamation: Recognition of Irving Van Ford’s Distinguished 100 Years of Life 8-0-0 Yes
1/18  Proclamation: Recognition of RISE 8-0-0 Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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