Home

Elected Officials Departments and Services

Calendar & Local Links

Search

E-Mail

City of Berkeley Logo

City Council
2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley, CA 94704 
Tel: (510) 981-6900, TDD: (510) 981-6903
Office Hours: Monday - Friday  8 a.m. - 5 p.m., E-mail: clerk@ci.berkeley.ca.us

Graphic: New Information Note: Some City buildings and services will be closed to the public on holidays and reduced services days. Access the City's Holiday and Reduced Service Days Schedule.

Boards and Commissions

City Charter City Council Conflict of Interest

Domestic Partnership

Election Information

Records Online

Municipal Code & Zoning Ordinance

City Council
City Clerk
Ballot Measures
BERA
Campaign Info
Candidate Info
Commissions
Election Info
Records Online
Redistricting
Related Links
Downloads



SUMMARY
 

BERKELEY CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
 

TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 2002

 

Preliminary Matters

 

Roll Call:    7:00 p.m. – All present

 

Ceremonial Matters: 

  1. Proclamation honoring Senior Medi-Benefits

  2. Proclamation for the 90th birthday of the Girl Scouts of the San Francisco Bay Area

  3. Proclamation honoring Walfrid Saarni

  4. Proclamation designating March as Women’s History Month

  5. Certificate of Appreciation for Redistricting Plans

Action:  Presented proclamations.

 

Comments from the City Manager: 

  1. Suspicious mail reported to the Police Department containing a powdery substance has been determined not to be lethal.  The lead agency investigating this case is the FBI.

  2. The first public art project completed under the City’s new public art program is by Artist-Craftsman Miles Karpilow who has created hand-carved wooden gates that will provide a grant entry portal in the Library’s Local History Room.

  3. The City will be receiving an award at the California Association for Local Economic Development Annual Conference in San Diego on April 4th for multi-pronged work in developing the Berkeley Arts District.

  4. The 3rd Regional Public Workshop on the Preferred Concept Plan for the Eastshore State Park, will be held on Thursday, March 21st at 7:00 p.m. at the Florence Schwimley Little Theatre at 1930 Allston Way.  The Parks and Recreation Commission and Waterfront Commission will sponsor a follow-up briefing meeting on Monday, April 8th at 7:00 p.m. at the West Berkeley Senior Center at 1900 Sixth Street.

Comments from the Public:  10 speakers

 

Youth Forum:  None

 

Consent Calendar

Action:  Moved, seconded and carried (Worthington/Breland) to adopt the Consent Calendar in one motion except as indicated:

  1. Minutes for Approval
    From:  City Manager
    Recommendation:
      Approve the minutes for Council meetings of:  a).February 19, 2002 (closed; b) February 19, 2002 (regular); c) February 26, 2002 (special); and d) February 26, 2002 (regular).
    Contact: Sherry M. Kelly, City Clerk, 981-6900

    Action:  Approved minutes.

     

  2. Needle Exchange Emergency Distribution
    From:  City Manager
    Recommendation:
    Adopt a Resolution reviewing and confirming the continued existence of a local emergency with regard to HIV transmission from use of HIV-infected needles among injection drug users, and authorizing the Local Health Officer to take steps to enable the operation of needle exchange emergency distribution.
    Contact:  Sherry Kelly, City Clerk, 981-6900

    Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,471–N.S.

     

  3. Waiving Council Rules for March 19th Meeting

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:  Waive Council rule to allow the City Manager to place priority action items on the agenda for the meeting of March 19, 2002.

    Contact:  Sherry M. Kelly, City Clerk, 981-6900

    Action:  Approved recommendation.

     

  4. Adjustments to Council District Boundaries (Redistricting) 

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:  Adopt first reading of an Ordinance adjusting the council district boundaries pursuant to Article V, Section 9, of the Charter.  These boundaries will be effective for the nomination and election of candidates for the November 5, 2002 General Municipal Election.

    Contact:  Sherry M. Kelly, City Clerk, 981-6900

    Action:  Removed from Consent Calendar by Councilmember Spring.  Moved, seconded, carried (Spring/Worthington) to adopt first reading of Ordinance.  Second reading scheduled for March 19, 2002.

     

  5. Electronic News Clipping Service

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:   Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract and any amendments with ProFacto Research in the amount of $10,375 for the period from February 1, 2002 through June 30, 2002 for a total not to exceed $47,375.

    Contact:  Arietta Chakos, Assistant to City Manager, 981-7000

    Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,472–N.S.

     

  6. Lease:  Computer Retail Store – Sather Gate Mall

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:  Adopt first reading of an Ordinance authorizing a lease agreement with Ken Chu, owner of Quality Computers, for $1,049 per month for 709 square feet at $1.48 per square foot to operate a retail store featuring computer hardware configuration and installation, at 2435A Channing Way (Sather Gate Mall) for a five-year period with one five-year option.

    Contact:  Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

    Action:  Adopted first reading of Ordinance.  Second reading scheduled for March 19, 2002.

     

  7. Re-zoning Ten Parcels on the North Side of Hearst Street between San Pablo Avenue and Curtis from R-3 to R-2A

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:  Adopt first reading of an Ordinance amending Berkeley Municipal Code (BMC) Title 23, Zoning, by amending the Official Zoning Map of the Zoning Ordinance to rezone ten parcels on the north side of Hearst Street between San Pablo Avenue and Curtis from R-3 to R-2A.

    Contact:  Carol Barrett, Planning and Development, 705-8102
    Action:  Adopted first reading of Ordinance (Noes – Hawley).  Second reading scheduled for March 19, 2002.

     

  8. Contract:  HIV/AIDS Housing Assistance Program

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:   Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Catholic Charities of the East Bay, and any amendments, in an amount not to exceed $14,000 for continuing operation of the HIV/AIDS Housing Assistance Program through the end of Fiscal Year 2002.

    Contact:  Stephen Barton, Housing, 981-5400

    Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,473–N.S.

     

  9. Contract:  Homelessness Prevention Program

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Eden Council for Hope and Opportunity, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $156,000 to continue operation of the Homelessness Prevention Program through the end of FY 2002, with cumulative spending for the program not to exceed $299,142.

    Contact:  Stephen Barton, Housing, 981-5400

    a.  From:  Homeless Commission

    Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution supporting the Homelessness Prevention Program by allocating sufficient funds necessary to operate the program for the reminder of this fiscal year.

    Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,474–N.S.

      

  10. Redevelopment Agency Annual Report Fiscal Year 2000-01

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution accepting the Berkeley Redevelopment Agency’s Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2000-01.

    Contact:  Carol Barrett, Planning and Development, 705-8102
    Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,475–N.S.

     

  11. Contract:  Dust Suppression System

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:   Adopt a Resolution approving plans and specifications for the dust suppression system at the Transfer Station, rejecting bids and authorizing the City Manager to negotiate on the open market and execute a contract and any amendments for the amount not to exceed $60,500 for a period of 120 calendar days.

    Contact:  Rene Cardinaux, Public Works, 981-6300

    Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,476 –N.S.

     

  12. Contract:  Veterans Memorial Building

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:   Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute contract amendments with Noll and Tam Architects to produce a detailed cost estimate for the Veterans Memorial Building for purposes of making the building the future Council Chambers and increasing the contract by $22,385 for a total contract amount not to exceed $46,560.

    Contact:  Rene Cardinaux, Public Works, 981-6300

    Action:  Removed from Consent Calendar by Councilmember Worthington and held over to March 19, 2002.

     

  13. Plans for the New Alameda County Juvenile Justice Facility

    From:  Councilmembers Maio and Shirek

    Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution opposing the current plans for the new Alameda County Juvenile Justice Facility and ask the County Board of Supervisors to reconsider the site and size of the new facility.

    Contact:  Linda Maio, District 1, 981-7110; Maudelle Shirek, District 3, 981-7130

    Action:  Removed from Consent Calendar by Councilmember Hawley and held over to March 19, 2002.

     

  14. Citizen’s Options for Public Safety (COPS) Program Funding for San Pablo Park

    From:  Councilmembers Maio and Breland

    Recommendation:  Refer a request from the San Pablo Neighborhood Council Association (SPNCA) for consideration of an allocation of the Citizen’s Options for Public Safety (COPS) grant funding to San Pablo Park to the Council Subcommittee for a Teen Center, and request the City Manager send a letter of thanks and appreciation to the SPNCA for their efforts.

    Contact:  Linda Maio, District 1, 981-7110; Margaret Breland, District 2, 981-7120

    Action:  Approved recommendation.

     

  15. Consider a Citywide 20 MPH Speed Limit in Residential Areas

    From:  Councilmember Worthington

    Recommendation:  Refer to the Transportation Commission consideration of a citywide 20 MPH speed limit in residential areas.

    Contact:  Kriss Worthington, District 7, 981-7170

    Action:  Removed from Consent Calendar by Councilmember Olds and held over to March 19, 2002.

     

  16. Proclamation Honoring Student Commissioners Day

    From:  Councilmember Worthington

    Recommendation:  Support the proclamation honoring Student Commissioners Day.

    Contact:  Kriss Worthington, District 7, 981-7170

    Action:  Removed from Consent Calendar by Councilmember Olds and held over to March 19, 2002.

     

  17. Proposal to Eliminate Family Providers and Advance Pay From the In-Home Supportive Services Program

    From:  Councilmember Worthington

    Recommendation:  Oppose California Legislative Analyst’s Office Proposal to eliminate family providers and advance pay from the In-Home Supportive Services program and send letters of opposition to our elected state representatives.

    Contact:  Kriss Worthington, District 7, 981-7170

    Action:  Approved recommendation.

     

  18. Redistricting – Amendment to Plan

    From:  Councilmember Spring

    Recommendation:  That the Council reconsider adding the Spring Amendment in its entirety to the passage of the redistricting plan.

    Contact:  Dona Spring, District 4, 981-7140

    Action:  Removed from Consent Calendar by Councilmember Spring.  Revised information report and moved to Information by Councilmember Spring.

     

  19. Proclamation for Public Health Week on March 19, 2002

    From:  Mayor Dean

    Recommendation:  Waive Council rules and approve the reading of a Council proclamation on March 19, 2002 for Public Health Week, April 1-7, 2002.

    Contact:  Shirley Dean, Mayor, 981-7100

    Action:  Approved recommendation for presentation of a proclamation on March 19, 2002.

     

  20. Proclamation for Doris Richards, Retiring President of the Ohlone Dog Park Association on March 19, 2002

    From:  Mayor Dean

    Recommendation:  Waive Council rules and approve the reading of a Council proclamation  on March 19, 2002 for Doris Richards, retiring President of the Ohlone Dog Park Association.

    Contact:  Shirley Dean, Mayor, 981-7100

    Action:  Combined with Item 21 and approved recommendation for a proclamation on March 19, 2002.
     

  21. Proclamation Honoring  Doris Richards

    From:  Councilmember Linda Maio

    Recommendation:  Approve a proclamation honoring Doris Richards' for her contributions as president of the Ohlone Dog Park Association. 

    Contact:  Linda Maio, District 1, 981-7110

    Action:  Combined with Item 20 and approved recommendation for a proclamation on March 19, 2002.

     

  22. Proclamation Honoring Cesar Chavez (to be delivered)

    From:  Mayor Dean

    Recommendation:  Approve a proclamation honoring Cesar Chavez, to be delivered by Mayor Dean at the March 29, 2002 celebratory event and adopt a Resolution waiving fees.

    Contact:  Shirley Dean, Mayor, 981-7100

    Action:  Approved revised item and adopted Resolution No. 61,477-N.S.

     

  23. Grant Application - Repair of Strawberry Creek Culvert

    From:  Mayor Dean and Councilmember Breland

    Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution supporting the application to the State Department of Water Resources, Urban Streams Restoration Grant Program by a partnership applicant consisting of the Urban Creeks Council, the Friends of Strawberry Creek, and the City of Berkeley (Applicant) for the purposes of repairing the collapsed culvert at Strawberry Creek Lodge/North Valley Street, and of restoring the damaged Creek and Creek bank.  Since the application was of necessity submitted by Applicant on the March 6 due date and was essentially agreed upon by the principals, the requirement now is for the City Council to affirm this action and approve the resolution (to be forwarded by the City Clerk).

    Contact:  Shirley Dean, Mayor, 981-7100;  Margaret Breland, District 2, 981-7120

    Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,478–N.S.

     

  24. Policy That No Public Hearings Shall Start After 10:00 PM

    From:  Mayor Dean and Councilmember Olds

    Recommendation:  That the Council establish a policy for itself, and for all City boards and commissions, that no public hearing shall start after 10:00 p.m.

    Contact:  Shirley Dean, Mayor, 981-7100;  Betty Olds, District 6, 981-7160

    Action:  Approved recommendation revised to establish the policy for the Council and to refer the policy for boards and commissions, to the commissions for review and comment.

     

  25. Proclamation In  Recognition of the 40th Anniversary of Velo-Sport Bicycles

    From:  Councilmember Maio

    Recommendation:  Approve a proclamation in recognition of the 40th anniversary of Velo-Sport Bicycles in Berkeley. 

    Contact:  Linda Maio, District 1, 981-7110

    Action:  Approved recommendation.

     

  26. Reappointment of Kevin James

    From:  Board of Library Trustees

    Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution reappointing Trustee Kevin James to the Library Board to serve through May 8, 2003.

    Contact:  Jackie Y. Griffin, Director of Library Services, 644-6095

    a.  City Manager Report

    Recommendation:  The City Manager concurs with the content and recommendations of the Commission Report.

    Contact:  Jackie Y. Griffin, Director of Library Services, 644-6095

    Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,479 –N.S

Action Calendar

 

Priority:

  1. Workshop on Waterfront Development on Private Waterfront Land

    Contact:  Lisa Caronna, Parks and Waterfront, 981-6700

    a.  Clarification of Remaining “Development Rights” on the North Basin Strip of the Berkeley Waterfront  (CF 111-01)  (Held over from 01/22/02 by Spring.)

    Contact:  Manuela Albuquerque, City Attorney, 981-6950

    b.  City Manager Supplemental Information Report

    Contact:  Manuela Albuquerque, City Attorney, 981-6950

    Action:  Moved, seconded, carried (Breland/Olds) to approve the following staff recommendations: 1) Prepare a ballot measure for the November 2002 ballot to make it explicit that the Council has the power within constitutional constraints to reduce development potential for the Waterfront, below the amounts currently contemplated by Measure Q; 2) Prepare a draft ballot measure for this purpose after input from the Waterfront and Parks and Recreation Commissions, the landowners, the Sierra Club and other interested environmental groups and present it to the Council for its review in May; 3) At the same time, present to the Council any necessary actions in connection with such proposed ballot measure, including the adoption of a moratorium on permits for development at the waterfront; 4) Upon the passage of such November 2002 ballot measure, prepare an amendment to the special plans for the waterfront implementing such ballot measure authorizing development potential reductions; and 5) Place an amendment to Measure Q on the November 2004 ballot which contain the key features of any such amended plan.

     

  2. General Plan Amendments

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:  Review amendments submitted by councilmembers and commissions and endorse amendments recommended by staff to be included in resolutions to be presented to the Council on March 19, 2002 for adoption.

    Contact:  Carol Barrett, Planning and Development, 705-8102
    Action:  Discussion held and continued to March 19, 2002.

     

  3. Mid-Year Financial Status Report

    From:  City Manager

    Contact:  Phil Kamlarz, Deputy City Manager, 981-7000

     

    Actions:  Moved, seconded, carried (Olds/Spring; Noes – Breland; Abstain – Armstrong, Hawley) to provide $5,000 out of capital improvements budget for paths for the publication “Path Finders”.

     

    Moved, seconded, carried and severed (Maio/Olds) to approve the following staff recommendations:  1) Endorse the City Manager’s plan to balance the FY2002 budget through expenditure reductions to offset the estimated $1.8 million current-year revenue shortfall: a. energy program reductions/deferrals-$800,000 (Noes – Spring, Worthington; Abstain – Maio); b. parking program “savings”-290,000 (Noes – Olds); c. freeze on discretionary spending/hiring-710,000 (Abstain – Spring, Worthington)

    Items 2 through 4 (Noes – Olds)

     2) Institute a moratorium on new expenditures (unless supported by corresponding expenditure reductions) until the FY2002 & FY2003 mid-biennial budget update; 3) Direct the City Manager to develop alternatives for addressing recurring budget shortfalls projected in the updated General Fund five-year forecast to be presented as part of the special work session on the FY2002 & FY2003 Bid-Biennial Budget, scheduled for April 30, 2002; and 4) Endorse a plan to include input from the community and Commissions (coordinated by the Citizens’ Budget Review Commission) as well as labor unions (through the newly formed Labor-Management Budget Committee) in developing long-term budget balancing strategies and recommendations.

     

  4. Potential Ballot Measures – November 2002

    From:  City Manager

    Contact:  Phil Kamlarz, Deputy City Manager, 981-7000

    Action:  Discussion held and continued to  March 19, 2002

Old Business:

  1. Elimination of Auto-Related Uses on University Avenue (CF44-00) (Moved to Action by Spring on 1/15/02 and held over from 2/5/02 and 2/26/02)

    From: City Manager

    Contact:  Carol Barrett, Planning and Development, 705-8101

    Action:  Held over to March 19, 2002.

     

  2. Parking Enforcement – Citation Authority Amendments  (Held over by Maio from 2/19/02 and 2/26/02)

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:    Adopt an Ordinance amending Berkeley Municipal Code (BMC) sections 6.24, 14.36, 14.40, 14.44, 14.52, and 14.64 relating to parking and stopping of vehicles to permit multiple citations, issuing citations at inoperable meters and correcting the parking meter fee rates.

    Contact:  Phil Kamlarz, Deputy City Manager, 981-7000, D.E. Butler, Police, 981-5700, and Manuela Albuquerque, City Attorney, 981-6950

    a.  From:  Councilmember Maio

    Recommendation:  Forward to the City Manager the following recommendations: 1) beginning immediately, insert a description of the pending changes into all citations for parking at broken meters beyond the official time limit, including the rationale for the new policy; 2) implement a “grace period” of several weeks before initiating enforcement; 3) consider implementing stepped up enforcement on Durant and Bancroft (pilot area) and studying its efficacy before removing the meters entirely; and 4) provide a brief description to Council of the outreach and communications effort, one that we can use in replying to constituents.

    Contact:  Linda Maio, District 1, 981-7110

    Action:  Held over to March 19, 2002.

     

  3. Progress of the Residential Preferential Parking Advisory Group (CF 67-00, CF 253-00) (held over by Mayor Dean from 2/19/02 and 2/26/02)

    From:  City Manager

    Contact:  Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

    Action:  Moved to Information by Mayor Dean. Received and Filed.

New Business: 

  1. Replacement of HELP Loan for Outback Senior Homes

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution approving the replacement of a loan from the Housing Enabled by Local Partnerships (HELP) in the amount of $526,000 with a Housing Trust Fund loan and authorizing the City Manager to execute loan agreements and any other amendments.

    Contact:  Stephen Barton, Housing, 981-5400

    Action:  Moved to Consent Calendar by Councilmember Worthington. Adopted Resolution No. 61,480–N.S.

     

  2. Application for HUD Section 108 Loan Guarantee

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:   Adopt a Resolution approving the use of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) allocation as the principal subsidy for the purposes of participating in the Department of Housing (HUD) Section 108 Loan Guarantee Program and directing staff to submit Section 108 Loan application to HUD for consideration on the Outback Senior Homes, not to exceed $800,000.

    Contact:  Stephen Barton, Housing, 981-5400

    Action:  Moved to Consent Calendar by Councilmember Worthington. Adopted Resolution No. 61,481–N.S.

     

  3. Interim Solar Calendar in Cesar Chavez Park

    From:  City Manager

    Recommendation:   Approve the proposal by Chavez Circle of Service Partnership, on an interim basis, not to exceed two years, for the placement of rocks in a manner that would replicate a solar calendar within an area previously identified by Council as a possible location for the Solar Calendar project.

    Contact:  Lisa Caronna, Parks and Waterfront, 981-6700

    Action: Moved to Consent Calendar by Councilmember Breland and approved recommendation.

Information Reports

  1. Free Parking for Clean Air Vehicles  (CF 83-01)

    Contact:  Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

    Action:  Received and Filed.

     

  2. Investment Report:  Quarter Ending December 31, 2001

    Contact:  Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

    Action:  Received and Filed.

     

  3. Status of Food Vending Ordinance and Operation of Vegi Heaven  (CF 178-01)

    Contact:  Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

    Action:  Received and Filed.

Communications

Action: The following communications were read, noted, and filed, unless otherwise noted:

  1. Berkeley Path Wanderers, regarding the General Plan Spring, Dean

     

  2. RFG, regarding National Guardsman and Employment Breland, Dean

     

  3. Howie Muir regarding fiscal policy of Berkeley Unified School District  Maio, Dean

     

  4. Regarding re-zoning Hearst Avenue:  Hawley, Dean

    1. Dorothy Amiri

    2. Kerby Landis

    3. Julian Lee

    4. Vernon Pruett

    5. Suellen Conklin

    6. Roy Nakadegawa

     

  5. Regarding Telegraph/Russell intersection:  Spring, Dean

    1. Doug Daniels

    2. Ignacio Dayrit

    3. Jessica Kass

     

  6. Howie Muir, regarding housing in the Bay Area

     

  7. Regarding 2700 San Pablo Avenue

    1. Pamela Thomas

    2. Howie Muir

  1. Howie Muir, regarding population density

     

  2. Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, regarding Berkeley Free Folk Festival  Maio, Dean

     

  3. Susan Medak, regarding parking in downtown Hawley, Dean

     

  4. Fred Brewen, regarding patriotism

     

  5. Dorothy Ann Brown, regarding Santa Fe Right of Way  Maio, Dean

     

  6. Ray Dobard, regarding parking citations  Breland, Dean

     

  7. Frankie Fraser, regarding COPS funding  Breland, Dean, Spring, Maio

     

  8. Terry Cochrell, regarding Shoreline State Park

     

  9. Regarding Brothers Liquors

    1. Howie Muir

    2. Sam Herbert

     

  10. Partick Kennedy, regarding Gaia Building

     

  11. Rick Powers, regarding vending license exemption  Maio

Supplemental Communications and Agenda Reports

 

Item 4      Adjustments to Council District Boundaries (Redistricting)

20.  Revised Ordinance for first reading from the City Clerk

 

Item 15    Consider a Citywide 20 MPH Speed Limit in Residential Areas

21.  Zasa and Stephen Swanson

22.  Howie Muir

23.  Ignacio Dayrit

24.  Michael P. Wilson

 

Item 20 & 21      Proclamation for Doris Richards

25.  Revised Proclamation

 

Item 22    Proclamation Honoring Cesar Chavez

26.  Revised To Be Delivered Report from Mayor Dean

27.  Alan Gould

28.  Julie Chavez Rodriquez

 

Item 24    Policy That No Hearing Shall Start After 10:00 PM

29.  Howie Muir

 

Item 27    Workshop on Waterfront Development on Private Waterfront Land

30.  Margaret Klein

 

Item 28    General Plan Amendments

31.  Proposals for Amendments to the remaining elements of the Draft General Plan from Councilmember Maio

 

Item 29    Mid-Year Financial Status Report

32.  Rachel Rupert

 

Adjournment

 

Action:  Moved, seconded, carried (Worthington/Maio) to suspend Council Rules to extend the meeting to 11:30 p.m. to complete specific agenda items/complete the agenda.

 

Adjourned the meeting at 11:30 p.m.


City of Berkeley Home / Departments / City Clerk Home / Boards and Commissions /  
City Charter / City Council / BMC / Conflict of Interest / Domestic Partnership / Election Info / Records Online

City of Berkeley Logo

City Clerk Department
2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley, California  94704
Telephone (510) 981-6900; TDD (510) 981-6903; Fax (510) 981-6901
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
E-mail:
clerk@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Graphic: New Information Note: Some City buildings and services will be closed to the public on holidays and reduced services days. Access the City's Holiday and Reduced Service Days Schedule.