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June 12, 2018 > Hayward City Council

Hayward City Council

June 5, 2018

? Certificate of Recognition - Raising Leaders in Hayward Workshops. Presented by Congressman Swalwell?s Office.
? Certificate of Commendation - The Cobblers 60th Anniversary

Public Comments:
? Mr. Charlie Peters talked about ways to improve air quality

Consent Calendar:
? Resignation of Ms. Jillian Hogan from the Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force
? Resolution to approve engineer?s report and assessments for Fiscal Year 2019 and set June 19, 2018 as the public hearing date for Consolidated Landscaping and Lighting District No. 96-1, Zones 1 through 16
? Resolution to approve engineer's report and levy assessments for Fiscal Year 2019
for Maintenance District No.1 - Storm Drainage Pumping Station and Storm Drain Conduit located at Pacheco Way, Stratford Road and Ruus Lane, and set June 19, 2018 as the Public Hearing Date for such actions
? Resolution to approve engineer's report and levy assessments for Fiscal Year 2019
for Maintenance District No. 2 - Eden Shores Storm Water Facilities and Water Buffer, and set June 19, 2018 as the Public Hearing Date for such actions
? Execute an agreement with the Alameda County Probation Department for
Delinquency Prevention Network Youth Service Center Services provided by the Youth and Family Services Bureau of the Hayward Police Department
? Amend the FY2018 Operating Budget of the Development Services Department Building Division to increase the Consulting Services Allocation from $790,000 to
$1,040,000, an increase of $250,000, for Outside Plan Check, Building Inspection and Permit Technician Services
? Authorize $89,000 to complete the Administrative Draft Code Component of the Downtown Specific Plan Project
? New Sidewalks FY17: Walpert Street (Fletcher Lane to Second Street) - Rejection of all bids
? Consideration of a resolution opposing the State Water Tax Provisions of the Safe and Affordable Drinking Act Budget Trailer Bill
? Sustainable Groundwater Management: Execute a cooperating agreement with the
East Bay Municipal Utility District for preparation of a Groundwater Sustainability Plan for the East Bay Plain Sub-basin
Calendar passed 7-0

Items Removed From Consent Calendar:
? Approval of FY 2018 - 2019 Measure B/BB Annual Paratransit Program Plan.
Motion passed 7-0

Work Session:
? Discussion of potential November 2018 Ballot Measures. Two revenue generating strategies were discussed: the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT), also known as the Hotel Tax, and the Real Property Transfer Tax (RPTT), which is a transaction tax collected upon the purchase of real estate when ownership transfers from one party to another.
Staff recommended increasing the TOT and RPTT tax rates, which would require voter approval. The next step in this process is to conduct an opinion survey of registered voters to measure support for the two proposals currently under consideration. Council supported plan.

Legislative Business:
? Transfer of partial ownership of the Palace Poker Casino, LLC and extension of parking mitigation fee associated with the Palace Card Club shuttle.
Motion passed 7-0

Council Reports:
? Councilmember Salinas announced a trip to Sacramento to accept an award for non-profit of the year: The Kids Breakfast Club

Mayor Barbara Halliday Aye
Sara Lamnin Aye
Francisco Zermeno Aye
Marvin Peixoto Aye
Al Mendall Aye
Elisa Marquez Aye
Mark Salinas Aye

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