Regular Meeting eSummary
September 16
, 2003

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BERKELEY CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Tuesday, September 16, 20037:00 p.m.

City Council Chambers, 2134 Martin Luther King Jr. Way

 

Preliminary Matters

Roll Call: 7:01 p.m.  All present.

Ceremonial Matters:

  1. Proclamation celebrating National Coming Out Day, October 11th

  2. Proclamation encouraging participation in Shore Line Clean-up Day, September 20th

Action:  Proclamations presented.

City Manager Comments:

  1. Early Voting for the October 7, 2003 Recall Election continues at the City Clerk Department, 2180 Milvia Street, Monday through Friday through September 26th between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.  Call (510) 981-6900 for information.

  2. The United Pool Council, in cooperation with the City’s Recreation Division is hosting a 24-hour relay (Swim-A-Thon) beginning Saturday, September 20th at 11 a.m. and ending on Sunday, September 21st at 11 a.m. More than 72 swimmers will participate in the Swim-A-Thon benefiting the fund to keep the City’s pools open year round.  Each swimmer pledges to earn $100 in sponsorships.  Call (510) 235-7018 to participate or sponsor a swimmer.

  3. On Thursday, September 18th the Young Adult Project Twilight Basketball All-Stars compete against the Berkeley Police Department to promote and improve police and youth relations in the community.

Public Comment:  11 speakers.

 

Consent Calendar

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

1.      Lease: 1769 Alcatraz Avenue (PDF, 867 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt second reading of an Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to exercise the option to extend the lease agreement with Thomas Goetzl for the real property located at 1769 Alcatraz Avenue for an additional period from November 1, 2003 through October 31, 2005 in an amount not to exceed $25,000 for the purpose of office space and utilities for the Women, Infant and Children Expanded Breastfeeding Program.

Contact: Fred Medrano, Health and Human Services, 981-5100

Action: Adopted Ordinance No. 6,769-N.S. (PDF, 150 KB)  Effective October 16, 2003.

2.      Lease:  1950 Addison Street (PDF, 299 KB)

From:  City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt second reading of an Ordinance authorizing the City Manager to accept a continued month-to-month tenancy with 1950 Addison Associates, LLC, for that portion of 1950 Addison Street used for the operation of the Berkeley WorkSource One Stop Career Center, as set forth in the letter of confirmation from Seagate Properties, Inc; and ratifying the payment of back rent and operating expenses in the amount of $23,505.

Contact: Fred Medrano, Health and Human Services, 981-5100

Action: Adopted Ordinance No. 6,770-N.S. (PDF, 157 KB)  Effective October 16, 2003.

3.      Dangerous and/or Sharp Material on Fences (PDF, 4 MB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt second reading of an Ordinance amending the Berkeley Municipal Code (BMC) Section 23D.08.060.A(1) to prohibit the use of dangerous and/or sharp material in or on top of fences in residential districts and amortize existing uses under a schedule.

Contact: Dan Marks, Planning, 981-7400

Action: Adopted Ordinance No. 6,771-N.S. (PDF, 210 KB)  Effective October 16, 2003.

4.      Conflict of Interest Code (PDF, 517 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution approving a revised Conflict of Interest Code and rescinding Resolution No. 61,818-N.S. (2002 Conflict of Interest Code).

Contact: Sherry Kelly, City Clerk, 981-6900

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,218-N.S. (PDF, 367 KB)

5.      Massage Parlor Permits (PDF, 438 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt first reading of an Ordinance eliminating the Berkeley Municipal Code (BMC) 9.32.060, since “therapeutic massage parlor establishments” uses are already restricted to commercial districts in the Zoning Ordinance and, thereby, allow “therapeutic massage business services” which serve their clients in their homes to conduct business in residential districts.

Contact: Manuela Albuquerque, City Attorney, 981-6950

Action: Adopted first reading of Ordinance. Second reading scheduled for October 14, 2003.

6.      Settlement Agreement: Claim of Katherine Gardner (PDF, 96 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution approving the settlement agreement of the personal injury claim brought by Katherine Gardner in the amount of $25,000.

Contact: Manuela Albuquerque, City Attorney, 981-6950

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,219-N.S. (PDF, 60 KB)

7.      Grant:  Pre-Disaster Mitigation Application (PDF, 503 KB)

From:  City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to submit an application for a Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant to the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services in the amount of $3 million with a 25% match to reconstruct the seismically unsafe facilities maintenance building at the Corporation Yard.

Contact:  Arietta Chakos, City Manager, 981-7000

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,220-N.S. (PDF, 110 KB)

8.      Bed and Breakfast Establishments in Residential Areas (PDF, 691 KB) (CF 22-03)

From: City Manager

Recommendation: Adopt first reading of two Ordinances: 1) adding a new Chapter 23C.06 to the Berkeley Municipal Code (BMC) and amending Chapter 23F.04.010, regarding bed and breakfast establishments (B&B) operating in owner-occupied private homes in residential zoning districts, and 2) amending Section 7.36.040, exempting customers of B&Bs from transient occupancy taxes (TOT).

Contact: Fran David, Finance, 981-7200

Actions: Removed from the Consent Calendar by Councilmember Wozniak.  Moved, seconded, carried (Wozniak/Hawley; Abstain – Olds) to adopted first reading of two Ordinances. Second readings scheduled for October 14, 2003.

Moved, seconded, carried (Wozniak/Olds) to refer to the staff and to the Planning Commission for study and a report within six months on policies and regulations required to permit additional Bed and Breakfast establishments in residential areas.

9.      Contract: Wheelchair-Van Program  (PDF, 219 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an amendment to a contract with Friendly Transportation, Inc. to: (1) increase the amount by $38,000 to a total not to exceed $62,000; and (2) extend the term to June 30, 2005.

Contact: Stephen Barton, Housing, 981-5400

Action: Removed from the Consent Calendar by Councilmember Wozniak.  Moved, seconded, carried (Worthington/Maio) to adopt Resolution No. 62,221-N.S. (PDF, 77 KB)

10.  Contract: Financial Software Maintenance (PDF, 180 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with H.T.E. Inc. for maintenance software for the City’s financial system, FUND$, for a total amount not to exceed $250,000, for the period July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2005.

Contact: Chris Mead, Information Technology, 981-6500

Action: Withdrawn by the City Manager.

11.  Remand of Landmark Preservation Commission Notices of Decision (PDF, 1 MB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution remanding the Notices of Decision for Parcel 057-2024-02100 (1952-1958, 1976½ , and 1978 University Avenue) and Parcel 057-2024-02000 (1960, 1964, 1966, 1980A and 1980B University Avenue) to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for clarification of the significant features on the site and to work with the owner in ascertaining these.

Contact:  Dan Marks, Planning, 981-7400

Action: Removed from the Consent Calendar by Councilmember Hawley.  Moved, seconded, carried (Hawley/Worthington) to adopt Resolution No. 62,222-N.S. (PDF, 269 KB) with a request that the Commission finish their work on this as soon as possible.

12.  Contract: Engineering Services for Marina Landfill Gas Energy Recovery Project (PDF, 346 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract and any amendments in an amount not to exceed $125,000 for a period of 180 calendar days with ConneXsys Engineering, Inc., to provide engineering services for the construction of a micro-turbine plant using landfill gas for the marina landfill Gas Energy Recovery Project located at Cesar Chavez Park.

Contact: Rene Cardinaux, Public Works, 981-6330

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,223-N.S. (PDF, 87 KB)

13.  Grant: Crosswalk Safety Project (PDF, 225 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution accepting from the State Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) a $68,500 grant for a crosswalk safety project for the period October 1, 2002 to September 30, 2004.

Contact: Peter Hillier, Transportation, 981-7010

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,224-N.S. (PDF, 98 KB)

14.  Contract: Worker’s Compensation Review (PDF, 510 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute and implement a contract and any amendments with Bickmore Risk Services for: 1) an analysis of the workers’ compensation program administrative practices; 2) a workers’ compensation claims audit; 3) a financial review; 4) the annual actuarial review; and 5) benchmarking the workers’ compensation program with other cities in the metropolitan Bay Area for the period of September 1, 2003 through June 30, 2004 for a total cost not to exceed $65,000.

Contact: Nicki Spillane, Human Resources, 981-6807

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,225-N.S. (PDF, 102 KB)

15.  Purchase Order: Cabling for 1947 Center Street (PDF, 193 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to issue a purchase order to AMS.NET Inc. for the purchase of Cisco networking equipment for cabling for 1947 Center Street in an amount not to exceed $150,000.

Contact: Chris Mead, Information Technology, 981-6500

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,226-N.S. (PDF, 58 KB)

16.  Audit: Information Systems General Controls (PDF, 2 MB)

From: City Auditor

Recommendation:  Request the City Manager report back no later than February 17, 2004, regarding the implementation status of each of the Auditor’s recommendations in the attached report, and to set a date for a follow up report to Council if any recommendations remain unimplemented at that time.

Contact: Ann-Marie Hogan, City Auditor, 981-6750

Action: Approved recommendation.

17.  In-Kind Support for the North Shattuck Association "Spice of Life" Festival (PDF, 271 KB)

From: Councilmembers Hawley and Spring

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution providing in-kind support and services for the North Shattuck Association’s “Spice of Life” Festival scheduled for Sunday, October 19, 2003.

Contact: Miriam Hawley, Councilmember District 5, 981-7150 and Dona Spring, Councilmember District 4, 981-7140

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,227-N.S. (PDF, 91 KB)

18.  Truck Limit Weights on Residential Streets (PDF, 94 KB)

From: Councilmember Worthington

Recommendation: Request that the City Manager and Transportation officials establish a 3 or 3½ ton truck limit on severely impacted residential streets adjacent to ongoing major traffic generators, through a temporary pilot program and/or creation of a permanent Heavy Truck Traffic Policy.

Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember District 7, 981-7170

Action: Removed from the Consent Calendar by Councilmember Wozniak.  Mayor Bates announced he would need to recuse himself due to his residence being within 300 feet of the area in question.  Moved, seconded, carried (Worthington/Breland; Absent – Olds, Bates) to approve the recommendation amended to refer any Citywide permanent heavy truck traffic policy to the Transportation Commission and that staff develop a process for determining pilot study locations.

19.  Fee Waiver: Youth Support Program at Willard Middle School (PDF, 66 KB)

From: Councilmembers Worthington and Breland

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution supporting the Youth Support Program at Willard Middle School and waiving the $122 fee for the annual BBQ kick-off for the academic monitoring program.

Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember District 7, 981-7170

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,228-N.S. (PDF, 62 KB)

20.  Oppose: State Proposition 53 – Infrastructure Funding (PDF, 366 KB)

From: Councilmembers Hawley, Maio, Worthington and Wozniak

Recommendation: Oppose State Proposition 53 regarding infrastructure funding which has been placed on the ballot for the October 7, 2003 election.

Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember District 7, 981-7170

Action: Approved recommendation.

21.  Proclamation: National Coming Out Day 2003 (PDF, 82 KB)

From: Councilmember Worthington

Recommendation:  Waive Council Rules to allow for a proclamation to be presented at this meeting for National Coming Out Day 2003 to be celebrated on October 11, 2003 in Berkeley.

Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember District 7, 981-7170

Action: Approved recommendation and presented proclamation.

22.  Support H.R. 1684 and S 1545 permitting Access to Higher Education and Legalization for Immigrant Students (PDF, 1 MB)

From: Councilmembers Worthington, Breland and Spring

Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution supporting H.R. 1684 and S 1545 permitting access to higher education and legalization for immigrant students.

Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember District 7, 981-7170.

Action: Adopted Resolution No. 62,229-N.S. (PDF, 151 KB)

23.  University of California Long Range Development Plan’s New 2020 Land Use Plan (PDF, 86 KB)

From: Councilmember Worthington

Recommendation:  Provide comments from the City regarding the University of California Long Range Development Plan’s new 2020 Land Use Plan for the EIR scooping session on September 22, 2003, to be conducted from 5 to 9 p.m. at Krutch Theater at the Clark Kerr Campus.

Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember District 7, 981-7170

Action: Approved recommendation and referred written comments to staff.

24.  Proclamation Honoring Kent Nagano  (PDF, 128 KB)

From:  Councilmembers Spring, Worthington, Wozniak and Mayor Bates

Recommendation:  1) Host events in connection with the support of Arts and the Arts District; 2) issue a proclamation honoring the 25th Anniversary of Kent Nagano, world renowned symphony conductor of the Berkeley Symphony; and 3) request the City Manager hang banners in downtown Berkeley relating to the events.

Contact:  Dona Spring, Councilmember District 4, 981-7140

Action: Approved proclamation and recommendation.

25.  A.B. 1077: Expanded Methods for Filing Complaints Against Police Officers

a.      From: Police Review Commission (PDF, 583 KB)

Recommendation: Support A. B. 1077 requiring expanded methods for filing complaints against police officers, and send a letter to the bill’s author, Assembly Speaker Herb Wesson informing him of the City’s position

Contact: Barbara Attard, Police Review Commission Officer, 981-4950

b.      From: City Manager (PDF, 51 KB)

Recommendation:  The City Manager takes no position.

Contact:  Weldon Rucker, City Manager, 981-7000

Action: Approved recommendation.

26.  A.B. 1119 Early Intervention Systems

a.      From: Police Review Commission (PDF, 417 KB)

Recommendation: Support A. B. 1119 requiring early intervention systems for all California law enforcement agencies, and send a letter to the bill’s author, Assembly Speaker Herb Wesson informing him of the City’s position.

Contact: Barbara Attard, Police Review Commission Officer, 981-4950

b.      From: City Manager (PDF, 51 KB)

Recommendation:  The City Manager takes no position.

Contact:  Weldon Rucker, City Manager, 981-7000

Action: Approved recommendation.

27.  A. B. 1331: Whistleblower Protection Program

a.      From: Police Review Commission (PDF, 450 KB)

Recommendation:  Support A.B. 1331 establishing a whistleblower program for police officers, and send a letter to the bill’s author, Assembly Speaker Herb Wesson informing him of the City’s position.

Contact: Barbara Attard, Police Review Commission Officer, 981-4950

b.      From: City Manager (PDF, 51 KB)

Recommendation:  The City Manager takes no position.

Contact:  Weldon Rucker, City Manager, 981-7000

Action: Approved recommendation.

Action Calendar – Public Hearing

28.  Appeal: 1600 Shattuck Avenue

a.      From: City Manager (PDF, 239 KB)

Recommendation: Conduct a Public Hearing, allowing each of the two appellants and the applicant five minutes each to summarize their position, and continue the hearing until October 21, 2003 to allow adequate time for public view of an engineering report providing independent evaluation of technical aspects of the proposed project.

Contact:  Dan Marks, Planning, 981-7400

b.      From: City Manager (PDF, 414 KB) (from June 17, 2003)

Recommendation:  Open the public hearing, allow each of the two appellants and the applicant five minutes each to summarize their position, and continue the hearing until July 15, 2003 to allow completion of an engineering report providing independent evaluation of technical aspects of the proposed project.

Contact: Phil Kamlarz, Planning, 981-7400

c1.  Communications (PDF, 2 MB) (from June 17, 2003– numbering follows original sequence)

1.      Frances Strassman (2)

2.      Shahram Shahruz (10)

3.      Appellants: Strassman, Shahruz, Reynolds, Gaddini, Cloud, Wolfe

4.      Libby Kelley

5.      Jon-Erik Beckjord

6.      L.G.

7.      Carol Suveda

8.      Marsha Hiller

9.      Vida Bateau

c2.   Supplemental Communications 1 (PDF, 310 KB) (from June 17, 2003– numbering follows original sequence)

17.  Supplemental Report submitted by City Manager

18.  Shahram Shahruz

19.  Dennis Martin, Applicant Response to Appeals

c3. Supplemental Communications 2 (from June 17, 2003– numbering follows original sequence)

33.  Michael Fried (PDF, 3 MB)

d.      Communications (from September 16, 2003)
Part 1 (PDF, 16 MB)  |  Part 2 (PDF, 12 MB)

1.      Shahram Shahruz (24)

2.      107 Signed Petitions

3.      Mark Rhoades

4.      Leonard Schwartzburd (2)

5.      Doug Loranger (2)

6.      Vida Bateau (2)

7.      Robert Riedlinger

8.      Radiation Free Gourmet Ghetto (2)

9.      Ruth S. Clifford

10.  Helena Bautin

11.  K. Arianpour

12.  Jingang Yi, PhD

13.  Susan Clarke (2)

14.  Daniel Wolfe

15.  Val Peters

16.  Scott Wheeler

17.  Joan Levinson (2)

18.  Greg Bowman

19.  Ayn Lowry

20.  Jordan Rothstein

21.  Kathie Taylor and Neill Bourke

22.  Marianne Robinson

23.  Sarah Jones (2)

24.  Rand Knox

25.  Michael Marchant

26.  Connie and Kevin Sutton

27.  Helena Bautin

28.  Zach Cowan

29.  Carrie Olson

30.  Leonard Schwartzburd (3)

31.  Kriss Worthington

32.  Shahram Shahruz

33.  Frieda Feen

34.  Frank Harris

35.  Andrew Packard

36.  La Chanteuse

37.  PhoeBe ANNE (thomas/sorgen)

38.  Barb Wilkie

39.  Petitions from Kate Bernier, Rose Vekony, Andrew Joron and Barbara Guest

40.  Frances Strassman

 

Public Testimony: The Mayor opened the public hearing. 3 speakers. 

Action: The Mayor announced the public hearing would be continued to October 21, 2003 at which time the applicant and each appellant will be provided 30 minutes each to organize their presentations and speakers.

29.  Rental Housing Safety Program Fees (PDF, 703 KB) (CF 34-03 and 44-03)  

From: City Manager

Recommendation: Conduct a Public Hearing and upon conclusion: 1) adopt a Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 62,186 – N. S.  and establishing a new housing code inspection fee schedule for the Rental Housing Safety Program (RHSP); 2) adopt a separate Resolution
re-establishing the flat per unit fee of $17 per unit for all residential rental buildings, and $8.50 per room for residential hotels and boarding houses with five or more rooms in support of the RHSP; 3) acknowledge staff plans to impose administrative penalties for repeated failures to correct housing code violations consistent with the procedures and fine schedules as provided by the citywide administrative citation process, and establish the policy that any revenue collected from the issuance of administrative citations go to support the RHSP after subtracting the City’s administrative overhead costs; and 4) reaffirm commitment to a policy that provides a rebate to property owners in the form of a reduced flat per unit/room fee in FY 2004-2005 should FY 2003-2004 RHSP revenues exceed the RHSP expenditure budget.

Contact: Stephen Barton, Housing, 981-5400

Public Testimony: The Mayor opened the public hearing. 3 speakers. 

Action: Moved, seconded, carried (Maio/ Spring ; Noes – Olds, Worthington) to adopt Resolution No. 62,230-N.S. (PDF, 72 KB) and Resolution No. 62,231-N.S. (PDF, 70 KB) and directing staff to provide an information report on revenues and expenditures in February 2004.

NOTICE CONCERNING YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS: If you object to a decision by the City Council to approve or deny a use permit or variance for a project the following requirements and restrictions apply:  1) No lawsuit challenging a City decision to deny (Code Civ. Proc. '1094.6(b)) or approve (Gov. Code '65009(c)(5)) a use permit or variance may be filed more than 90 days after the date the Notice of Decision of the action of the City Council is mailed. Any lawsuit not filed within that 90-day period will be barred.  2) In any lawsuit that may be filed against a City Council decision to approve or deny a use permit or variance, the issues and evidence will be limited to those raised by you or someone else, orally or in writing, at a public hearing or prior to the close of the last public hearing on the project.

 

Action Calendar – Old Business

30.  Initial Study Related to Proposed Uses at Aquatic Park Main Lagoon (PDF, 817 KB) (Held over from 9/9/03)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to prepare an Initial Study to determine any environmental impacts related to use of the Main Lagoon at Aquatic Park by a proposed lease with the Berkeley High School (BHS) Women’s Crew and by the existing use of the Lagoon by the Berkeley Rowing Club and the Berkeley Waterski Club.

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

Action: Withdrawn by the City Manager.

31.  Inquiry into Death of Americans in Middle East (PDF, 158 KB) (Held over from 9/9/03)

From: Councilmembers Olds and Hawley

Recommendation:  Direct the City Manager to send a letter to President Bush, Senators Boxer and Feinstein and Representative Lee calling on the United States Government to undertake a full, fair and expeditious investigation into the deaths and/or injuries sustained by all Americans since September 28, 2000 in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza due to ongoing conflicts, and urge the adoption of an amendment to House Concurrent Resolution 111 that would expand the inquiry to involve an investigation into all such tragic incidents.

Contact: Betty Olds, Councilmember District 6, 981-7160 and Miriam Hawley, Councilmember District 5, 981-7150

Action: Withdrawn by Councilmembers Hawley and Olds.

Action Calendar – New Business - Budget

32.  FY 2004 Budget Amendments (PDF, 642 KB) (to be delivered)

From:  City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution approving budget balancing measures totaling $1,433,000 and amending the FY 2004 Budget .

Contact:  Paul Navazio, Budget Manager, 981-7000

Action Moved to the Consent Calendar by Councilmember Worthington to adopt Resolution No. 62,232-N.S. (PDF, 81 KB)

33.  FY 2004 Budget Reallocation of Community Agency Funding (PDF, 445 KB) (to be delivered)

From:  City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution reallocating funding to community agencies.

Contact:  Paul Navazio, Budget Manager, 981-7000

Action Moved to the Consent Calendar by Councilmember Worthington to adopt Resolution No. 62,233-N.S. (PDF, 115 KB)

Information Reports

34.  Update on the Berkeley Alliance (PDF, 519 KB) (CF 33-03)

From: City Manager

Contact:  Weldon Rucker, City Manager, 981-7000

Action: Received and filed.

35.  UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan and Fiscal Impact Study (PDF, 861 KB)

From: City Manager

Contact:  Arietta Chakos, City Manager, 981-7000

Action: Received and filed.

36.  Finance-Treasury Cash Receipts/Cash Handling Audit Recommendations (PDF, 614 KB) (CF 159-02)

From: City Manager

Contact: Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

Action: Received and filed.

37.  Implementation of Customer Service Cash Receipts/Cash Handling Audit (PDF, 765 KB)  (CF 12-03)

Recommendations (CF 12-03)

From: City Manager

Contact: Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

Action: Received and filed.

38.  Formal Bid Solicitations and Request for Proposals  (PDF, 359 KB)

From: City Manager

Contact: Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

Action: Received and filed.

39.  Fee Deferral: Transitional Housing at 711 Harrison Street (PDF, 374 KB)

From: City Manager

Contact:  Dan Marks, Planning, 981-7400

Action: Received and filed.

Communications (PDF, 4 KB)

Council rules limit action on Communications to referral to the City Manager and/or Boards and Commissions for investigation and/or recommendations.

Enviros Who Back Gridlock, Loss of Habitat

1.      Patrick Kennedy

Notice of Preparation Environmental Impact Report

2.      Thomas E. Lollini, Capital Projects - University of California, Berkeley

Community Development Block Grant

3.      Bekah Cutler, George O. Proper, Kathryn S. McCarthy – University Students’ Cooperative Association

Berkeley Bowl Election Process

4.      Glenn Yasuda

Berkeley Unified School District for West Campus (Spring, Maio)

5.      Rachel Boyce

 

Supplemental Reports and Communications #1 (PDF, 4 KB)

Item 23: University of California Long Range Development Plan’s New 2020 Land Use Plan

6.      Kriss Worthington, Councilmember District 7 (PDF, 174 KB)

Item 28: Appeal: 1600 Shattuck Avenue (PDF, 1 MB)

7.      Tanya Temkin

8.      Laurie Gold

9.      Ami Kronfeld

10.  Sharam Shahruz (4)

11.  Barbara Wilke

Item 29: Rental Housing Safety Program Fees

12.  Michael Wilson, Berkeley Property Owners Association (PDF, 85 KB)

Item 30: Initial Study Related to Proposed Uses at Aquatic Park Main Lagoon (Maio)

13.  Karen Graul, Berkeley Women’s Crew

14.  Hank Resnik

15.  Deborah Diamond

16.  Mary Stapleton

17.  Susan Gregory

18.  Peter Hein

19.  Sally and Skip Sowko

20.  David S. Diamond

Item 31: Inquiry into Death of Americans in Middle East

21.  Steve Magasis (2)

 

Supplemental Reports and Communications #2 (PDF, 4 KB)

Item 23: University of California Long Range Development Plan’s New 2020 Land Use Plan (PDF, 1.6 MB)

22.  Kriss Worthington, Councilmember District 7 

23.  Dona Spring on behalf of the UC Community Coalition

Item 28: Appeal: 1600 Shattuck Avenue

24.  Shahram Shahruz, Presentation (PDF, 616 KB)

25.  Signed Petition, 1110 Signatures: Part 1 (PDF, 11 MB)   |   Part 2 (PDF, 9 MB)

Item 31: Inquiry into Death of Americans in Middle East

26.  Karl Linn

27.  Letter Regarding Rachel Corrie Resolution, 41 Signatures

Berkeley Bowl Election Process

28.  Barbara Boxer

Indigenous Peoples Day Pow Wow and Indian Market

29.  Information Flyer
 

Adjournment

Adjourned at: 9:55 p.m.