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Regular Meeting eAgenda
March 27, 2018
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AGENDA 

BERKELEY CITY COUNCIL MEETING 

Tuesday, March 27, 2018 

6:00 P.M.

Council Chambers – 2134 Martin Luther King Jr. Way

 Jesse Arreguin, Mayor

Councilmembers:

District 1 – Linda Maio

District 5 – Sophie Hahn

District 2 – Cheryl Davila

District 6 – Susan Wengraf

District 3 – Ben Bartlett

District 7 – Kriss Worthington

District 4 – Kate Harrison

District 8 – Lori Droste

This meeting will be conducted in accordance with the Brown Act, Government Code Section 54953.   Any member of the public may attend this meeting.  Questions regarding this matter may be addressed to Mark Numainville, CMC, City Clerk, 981-6900.

The City Council may take action related to any subject listed on the Agenda. The Mayor may exercise a two minute speaking limitation to comments from Councilmembers.  Meetings will adjourn at 11:00 p.m. - any items outstanding at that time will be carried over to a date/time to be specified.

Preliminary Matters

Roll Call:

Ceremonial Matters: In addition to those items listed on the agenda, the Mayor may add additional ceremonial matters. 

  1. Proclamation recognizing Beats Antique 
  2. Proclamation recognizing American Red Cross Month 
  3. Proclamation recognizing Greenlining Institute

City Manager Comments:  The City Manager may make announcements or provide information to the City Council in the form of an oral report.  The Council will not take action on such items but may request the City Manager place a report on a future agenda for discussion. 

Public Comment on Non-Agenda Matters: Persons will be selected by lottery to address matters not on the Council agenda.  If five or fewer persons submit speaker cards for the lottery, each person selected will be allotted two minutes each.  If more than five persons submit speaker cards for the lottery, up to ten persons will be selected to address matters not on the Council agenda and each person selected will be allotted one minute each. Persons wishing to address the Council on matters not on the Council agenda during the initial ten-minute period for such comment, must submit a speaker card to the City Clerk in person at the meeting location and prior to commencement of that meeting. The remainder of the speakers wishing to address the Council on non-agenda items will be heard at the end of the agenda. Speaker cards are not required for this second round of public comment on non-agenda matters. 

Public Comment on Consent Calendar and Information Items Only: The Council will take public comment on any items that are either on the amended Consent Calendar or the Information Calendar.  Up to three speakers will be entitled to two minutes each to speak in opposition to or support of a Consent Calendar Item.  The Presiding Officer will ask additional persons in the audience to stand to demonstrate their respective opposition to or support of the item. 

In the event that there are more than three persons wishing to speak either in opposition to or support of a “Consent” item, the Presiding Officer will move the item to the beginning of the Action Calendar.  Prior to moving the item, the Presiding Officer will fully inform those persons in the audience of this process.  

Additional information regarding public comment by City of Berkeley employees and interns: Employees and interns of the City of Berkeley, although not required, are encouraged to identify themselves as such, the department in which they work and state whether they are speaking as an individual or in their official capacity when addressing the Council in open session or workshops.

Consent Calendar

The Council will first determine whether to move items on the agenda for action or “information” to the “Consent Calendar”, or move “Consent Calendar” items to action. Items that remain on the “Consent Calendar” are voted on in one motion as a group. “Information” items are not discussed or acted upon at the Council meeting unless they are moved to “Action” or “Consent”. 

After hearing from public speakers regarding items remaining on the Consent Calendar, any Councilmember may move any information or Consent item to “Action”, however no additional items can be moved onto the Consent Calendar at that point. Following this, the Council will vote on the items remaining on the Consent Calendar in one motion. 

For items removed from the Consent Calendar to the Action Calendar for additional public comment, at the time the matter is taken up during the Action Calendar, public comment will be limited to persons who have not previous addressed that item during the Consent Calendar related public comment period. 

     

1.

Lease Amendment:  100 Seawall Drive, RUI One Corporation (Skates Restaurant)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt second reading of Ordinance No. 7,591-N.S. amending the City’s ground lease with RUI One Corporation, to extend it through December 31, 2018, to allow both parties to continue negotiations on a future lease, and add a holdover clause to follow standard leasing practices.
First Reading Vote: All Ayes.
Financial Implications:
See report
Contact: Scott Ferris, Parks, Recreation and Waterfront, 981-6700

 

2.

 Proposed Ordinance: Surveillance Technology Use and Community Safety; Adding BMC Chapter 2.99
From: Mayor Arreguin, and Councilmembers Harrison, Hahn, and Davila
Recommendation:
Adopt second reading of Ordinance No. 7,592-N.S., the Acquisition and Use of Surveillance Technology Ordinance as proposed by the Mayor, adding Chapter 2.99 to the Berkeley Municipal Code.
First Reading Vote: All Ayes.
Financial Implications:
See report
Contact: Jesse Arreguin, Mayor, 981-7100

 

3.

Minutes for Approval
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Approve the minutes for the Council meetings of February 6, 2018 (special), February 13, 2018 (special closed and regular), February 20, 2018 (special), February 26, 2018 (special closed), and February 27, 2018 (special closed and regular).
Financial Implications: None
Contact: Mark Numainville, City Clerk, 981-6900

 

4.

Amendments to the City Council Rules of Order and Procedure
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution amending the City Council Rules of Procedure and Order relating to scheduling of unfinished business and the ability of the Agenda Committee to re-schedule agenda items, and rescinding previous amendatory Resolutions 68,305-N.S. and 68,309-N.S.
Financial Implications: None
Contact: Mark Numainville, City Clerk, 981-6900

 

5.

Formal Bid Solicitations and Request for Proposals Scheduled for Possible Issuance After Council Approval on March 27, 2018
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Approve the request for proposals or invitation for bids (attached to staff report) that will be, or are planned to be, issued upon final approval by the requesting department or division.  All contracts over the City Manager’s threshold will be returned to Council for final approval.
Financial Implications: Various Funds - $5,460,000
Contact: Henry Oyekanmi, Finance, 981-7300

 

6.

 Donation: Berkeley Homeless Fund
From: City Manager
Recommendation:
Authorize the City Manager to expend donations received to date in the amount of $100,000 to the Berkeley Homeless Fund to support implementation of the STAIR Center as follows: $50,000 for site improvements (such as landscaping, exterior furnishings, sun control, fence screening, entry elements, and hard surface improvements); $10,000 for the installation of on-site laundry facilities; and $40,000 in programmatic start-up costs (such as furniture, kitchen equipment, IT equipment, etc.) to be expended at the service providers’ discretion and in compliance with contractual requirements.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Paul Buddenhagen, Housing and Community Services, 981-5400

 

7.

 Appointment of Director of Planning and Development
From: City Manager
Recommendation:
Adopt a Resolution confirming the appointment of Timothy Burroughs as Director of Planning and Development effective no later than April 8, 2018.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: LaTanya Bellow, Human Resources, 981-6800

 

8.

Contract No. 8865H Amendment: Accela, Inc. for Professional Services
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend Contract No. 8865H with Accela, Inc., for professional services increasing the amount by $275,000 for a total not to exceed $1,640,831 from December 12, 2011 to June 30, 2019.
Financial Implications: Various Funds - $275,000
Contact: Savita Chaudhary, Information Technology, 981-6500

 

9.

Contracts for Plan Checking Services
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt four Resolutions authorizing the City Manager to execute contracts and any amendments for plan checking services for three-year terms, starting July 1, 2018, with the following firms:
1. Telesis Engineers for an amount not to exceed $1 million
2. West Coast Code Consultants, Inc for an amount not to exceed $1 million
3. Interwest Consulting Group for an amount not to exceed $700,000
4. 4 Leaf, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $300,000.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Timothy Burroughs, Planning and Development, 981-7400

 

10.

Partial Response to Council Referral on Deep Green Building Initiative - Recommendation for Dedicated Revenue Stream to Incentivize Residential Energy Efficiency and Electrification
From: Energy Commission
Recommendation: The Berkeley Energy Commission recommends that the City Council refer to staff a request to conduct an analysis to identify and develop a dedicated revenue stream to incentivize residential energy efficiency and electrification investments, based on a cost benefit analysis to determine highest value energy-saving measures. This recommendation supports the Deep Green Building Initiative referral from the Council to the Energy Commission.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Billi Romain, Commission Secretary, 981-7400

 

Council Consent Items

11.

Sponsorship for 2018 Bay Area Book Festival
From: Mayor Arreguin, and Councilmembers Hahn and Harrison
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution approving city co-sponsorship of the nonprofit Bay Area Book Festival to be held from April 27-28, 2018 in Downtown Berkeley.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Jesse Arreguin, Mayor, 981-7100

 

12.

Budget Referral: Improved Lighting along the Ohlone Greenway through Cedar Rose Park
From: Councilmember Maio
Recommendation: Refer to the budget process the funding of improved lighting along the Ohlone Greenway through Cedar Rose Park.
Financial Implications: $50,000
Contact: Linda Maio, Councilmember, District 1, 981-7110

 

13.

Health Equity & Innovation District
From: Councilmember Bartlett
Recommendation: Referral to the Planning Commission, the Community Health Commission, the Commission on Aging, and the City Manager to establish a Health Equity & Innovation District (HID).  The goal of the HID is to reduce chronic racial health disparities and improve the overall public health strategy of Berkeley by fostering innovations in healthcare delivery, improving resiliency, and strengthening the integration of health services and systems. The HID is intended to draw investment and grant opportunities, as well as to explore the expansion of scope of practice for medical providers.
Financial Implications: Staff time
Contact: Ben Bartlett, Councilmember, District 3, 981-7130

 

14.

5th Annual Rising Stars Youth Leadership Gala
From: Councilmembers Bartlett and Davila
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution approving the expenditure of funds relinquished to the city's general fund from the discretionary Council Office budgets to Building Opportunities of Self-Sufficiency (BOSS), including $50 from Councilmember Ben Bartlett, and any other funds from Councilmembers who wish to contribute.
Financial Implications: Councilmember's Discretionary Funds - $50
Contact: Ben Bartlett, Councilmember, District 3, 981-7130

 

15.

Support for AB 2079, the Janitor Survivor Empowerment Act
From: Councilmembers Hahn and Bartlett
Recommendation: Send a letter of support for AB 2079, the Janitor Survivor Empowerment Act, to Assemblymember Tony Thurmond, State Senator Nancy Skinner, and Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher.
Financial Implications: None
Contact: Sophie Hahn, Councilmember, District 5, 981-7150

 

16.

Support AB 1884 (Calderon) Plastic Straws on Request
From: Councilmembers Wengraf, Hahn, and Harrison
Recommendation: Send a letter in support of AB 1884 (Calderon) urging our representatives to vote for this bill.  Letter should be sent to Assemblymember Tony Thurmond, State Senator Nancy Skinner and Governor Jerry Brown.
Financial Implications: Minimal
Contact: Susan Wengraf, Councilmember, District 6, 981-7160

 

17.

City Manager Referral: Using StarChase to Address Public Safety
From: Councilmember Worthington
Recommendation: Refer to the City Manager to consider the use of technological devices, such as StarChase Technology, to improve public safety."
Financial Implications: Minimal
Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember, District 7, 981-7170

 

18.

Vision Zero
Revised materials (Supp 2)
From: Councilmember Droste, Mayor Arreguin, and Councilmembers Wengraf and Harrison
Recommendation:
1. Adopt a resolution in support of a Vision Zero policy to eliminate all traffic-related fatalities in Berkeley by 2028 through engineering, education, and enforcement strategies.
2. Refer specific Vision Zero policy and implementation plan development to the City Manager and Transportation Commission.
Financial Implications: Staff time
Contact: Lori Droste, Councilmember, District 8, 981-7180

 

19.

Street Sweeping Improvement Plan
From: Councilmember Droste and Mayor Arreguin
Recommendation: Refer to the City Manager, Public Works commission, and Zero Waste commission to develop a new strategy to ensure that street sweeping is not obstructed by waste/recycling pick-up. In addition to being unsightly, without proper street sweeping, trash and debris are more likely to go into the stormwater drains.  Specifically 1. Staff should provide a map of streets in which sweeping days and waste/recycling pickup coincide to better understand where and when this problem occurs; and 2. Staff and Commissions should return to Council with a proposed solution including, but not limited to, rescheduling street sweeping and waste/recycling pickups to ensure that both services do not occur on the same day.
Financial Implications: Staff time
Contact: Lori Droste, Councilmember, District 8, 981-7180

Action Calendar – Old Business

20.

Housing Advisory Commission’s U1 Recommendations (Continued from February 27, 2018)
From: Housing Advisory Commission
Recommendation: Targeting of U1 Funds: The City should consider establishing a household income targeting goal regarding U1 expenditures and housing affordability.  To set this goal, the City could consider the use of progress made towards meeting the City’s Housing Element RHNA numbers.  At present, the most under-served income groups are households with extremely low-incomes, low-incomes, and moderate-incomes. A second issue is how income groups are defined for purposes of allocating U1 funds.  In general, affordable housing programs use Alameda County incomes defined by household size to determine program eligibility.  While it can be argued that very low-income should be defined with a higher income threshold in Berkeley than in some other areas of Alameda County (considering differentials in the cost of living), there really are few other options, particularly if the City and its partners use U1 funds to leverage other funding from state and federal sources. Recommendations for Allocation of U1 Funds: 1. Initially allocate 15% for anti-displacement activities.  These activities could include eviction defense and housing counseling, funding the housing retention program, and additional funds for a flexible housing subsidies pool. Remainder of funds to be used to maintain and increase the supply of permanently affordable housing; this may include co-operative housing. 2. Do not allocate all U1 revenues in a given fiscal year to a single project. Administrative Recommendations: 1. City to determine what percentage of U1 funds to be allocated for administration of U1 funds. 2. When appropriate, use the Housing Trust Fund process to allocate funds. 3. Track U1 deposits and expenditures – as promised in the ballot measure. 4. City needs to establish a way to track U1 Funds and expenditures. 5. City should prepare an annual report by May of each year for the HAC and public that reports on revenues and expenditures related to U1 funds.
Financial Implications: None
Contact: Amy Davidson, Commission Secretary, 981-5400

 

21.

Budget Referral: Police Foot Patrol in Downtown (Continued from March 13, 2018)
From: Councilmember Harrison
Recommendation: Refer to the FY 2018/19 Budget Process to establish funding for police foot patrol or bicycle officers to cover the Downtown Area as defined in the Downtown Area Plan, which includes portions of Berkeley Police Department Beats 4, 3 and 5. In addition, explore the possibility of a deputized Community Service Officer, who can issue citations and make arrests. Potential revenue sources could include parking revenue if Downtown meters are extended from 6-8 p.m.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Kate Harrison, Councilmember, District 4, 981-7140

 

22a.

Storage at Premier Cru (Continued from March 13, 2018.)
From: Homeless Commission
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution to provide storage for unhoused persons at the Premier Cru complex.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Peter Radu, Commission Secretary, 981-5400

 

22b.

Companion Report: Storage at Premier Cru (Continued from March 13, 2018.)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Take no action on the Homeless Commission’s resolution to provide storage for unhoused persons at the Premier Cru complex, and instead allow staff to explore various locations that would be feasible given the available budget.
Financial Implications: None
Contact: Paul Buddenhagen, Housing and Community Services, 981-5400

Action Calendar – New Business

23.

 Discussion and Direction Regarding Potential Ballot Measures for the November 6, 2018 General Municipal Election 
Supplemental materials (Supp 2)
Presentation
From: City Manager
Recommendation:
Discuss the results of the first community survey and provide direction to the City Manager about whether to conduct a second community survey, and if so, what to include in that survey.
Financial Implications: General Fund - $25,965
Contact: Matthai Chakko, City Manager's Office, 981-7000

 

24.

Contract Agreement: Bay Area Community Services (BACS) to Operate the Pathways Project
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Bay Area Community Services (BACS) for 13 months of operations and facilities expenses for the Pathways STAIR Center (Pathways), as described below, for a total contract amount not to exceed $2,440,000.
Financial Implications: General Fund - $2,440,000
Contact: Paul Buddenhagen, Housing and Community Services, 981-5400

 

25.

Referral Response: Modifications to R-1A District Development Standards for Developing a Second Dwelling Unit in a Detached Main Building in the Rear Yard of a Parcel; BMC Chapters 23D.20 and 23F.04
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt the first reading of an Ordinance amending the Zoning Ordinance, Berkeley Municipal Code Chapters 23D.20 and 23F.04, by modifying the existing requirements for Main Buildings in rear yards in the Limited Two-Family Residential District (R-1A, BMC Chapter 23D.20).
Financial Implications: None
Contact: Timothy Burroughs, Planning and Development, 981-7400

 

26a.

Recommendation that the City Council Establish a City Policy Regarding Procurement, Sales and Serving of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages
From: Sugar Sweetened Beverage Product Panel of Experts
Recommendation: The Sugar Sweetened Beverage Product Panel of Experts recommends that the Berkeley City Council adopt an Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to direct the City of Berkeley departments and City food services contractors to refrain from: 1. Procuring sugar-sweetened beverages with City funds; 2. Selling sugar-sweetened beverages on City property, including in vending machines; and 3. Serving sugar-sweetened beverages at City meetings and events on City property.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Dechen Tsering, Commission Secretary, 981-5300

 

26b.

Companion Report: The SSBPPE Commission’s Proposed Policy to Refrain from Procuring, Selling, and Serving Sugar-Sweetened Beverages
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Recommend that the City Council refer the SSBPPE Commission’s recommendation to staff for further analysis of potential impacts on City of Berkeley programs, and present findings to the SSBPPE Commission for review.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Paul Buddenhagen, Housing and Community Services, 981-5400

 

Council Action Items

27.

Berkeley Community United for Police Oversight Ballot Measure
From: Councilmember Worthington
Recommendation: Place the Ballot Measure that has been submitted to the City by Berkeley Community United for Police Oversight on the November 2018 ballot.
Financial Implications: $10,000-$15,000
Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember, District 7, 981-7170

Information Reports

28.

FY 2018 Mid-Year Budget Update
From: City Manager
Contact: Teresa Berkeley-Simmons, Budget Manager, 981-7000

 

29.

FY 2018 Second Quarter Investment Report: Ended December 31, 2017
From: City Manager
Contact: Henry Oyekanmi, Finance, 981-7300

Public Comment – Items Not Listed on the Agenda 

 

Adjournment

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I hereby certify that the agenda for this meeting of the Berkeley City Council was posted at the display case located near the walkway in front of Council Chambers, 2134 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, as well as on the City’s website, on March 15, 2018. 

Mark Numainville, City Clerk 

 

Communications

Council rules limit action on Communications to referral to the City Manager and/or Boards and Commissions for investigation and/or recommendations. All communications submitted to Council are public record. Copies of individual communications are available for viewing at the City Clerk Department and through Records Online.

Item 27: Berkeley Community United for Police Oversight Ballot Measure

  1. Chonyi Lama
  2. Diana Bohn

Marina & Park Use

  1. Parks & Waterfront Commission

Gilman District – Overnight Parking

  1. Scott Huffman

Traffic Officers

  1. Steven Schuyler
  2. Tucker Malarkey

Clean Storm Water Fee

  1. Mark Chekal-Bain

Fences

  1. Will Starr

Citywide Survey

  1. Steve Lustig

Charges Dropped for David Cole

  1. Julie Waters

Marijuana Smoke in Multi-Unit Housing

  1. Carol Denney (2)

Vine Street Lighting Petition

  1. Jennifer Brand

Mable Howard Commemorative Plaque

  1. Suzanna Aguayo

Homeless Encampments

  1. Diana Bohn

California Schools & Local Communities Act of 2018

  1. Adena Ishii, on behalf of the League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany, Emeryville

Recommendations

  1. Police Review Commission (2)

Pedestrian Safety

  1. Eric Glick Rieman

Lime Bikes

  1. Golden Krishna

Film Screening

  1. Moni Law

Berkeley Considers

  1. Tree Fitzpatrick

Live Viewing/Webcasts of Public Meetings

  1. Barbara Gilbert

Shattuck Cinemas

  1. Derek Johnson

1900 4th Street Project

  1. Rhiannon

3000 Shattuck

  1. Jane Kitchel
  2. Donna Mickleson

Rebecca Kaplan / Bay Area Air Quality District Management Board

  1. David Glaser
  2. Four ‘in support of’ form letters
  3.  

Supplemental Communications and Reports

Items received by the deadlines for submission will be compiled and distributed as follows.  If no items are received by the deadline, no supplemental packet will be compiled for said deadline.

  • Supplemental Communications and Reports 1
    Available by 5:00 p.m. five days prior to the meeting.

  • Supplemental Communications and Reports 2
    Available by 5:00 p.m. the day before the meeting.

  • Supplemental Communications and Reports 3
    Available by 5:00 p.m. two days following the meeting.

 

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