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June 12, 2018 > San Leandro City Council

San Leandro City Council

June 4, 2018

? Recognition of the City's Resiliency and Preparedness Coloring Contest Winners

Public Comments:
? Several community members complained about an illegal Air BnB property

Public Hearings:
? Resolution to approve the FY 2018-2019 Annual Housing and Urban Development Action Plan. This plan outlines strategies to meet housing and community development needs through the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnership (HOME) funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Motion passed 7-0.

Consent Calendar:
? Resolution to execute a Consulting Services Agreement in the amount of $73,711 with Syntech Systems/Fuelmaster for replacement of the City Fuel Card System; and to
appropriate $73,711 from the Equipment Repair and Maintenance Fund Balance to Account 690-16-001
? Staff Report establishing the city?s Appropriation Limit for FY 2018-19
? Resolution authorizing $27,000 for purchase of a new Transit Connect XL Van
? Resolution to amend the Non-Represented Part-Time Salary Schedule to comply with
the city?s Minimum Wage Ordinance and to amend the San Leandro City
Employees? Association (SLCEA) Salary Schedule to reflect revised job titles
? Resolution to merge the Recreation Leader I/II Classification into Recreation Leader
? Resolution to execute a contract with Ross Recreation Equipment in the amount of $146,848.58 for the purchase and installation of new playground equipment at Warden
? Resolution to participate in the Alameda County Operational Area Emergency Management Organization
Consent Calendar passed 7-0

Items Removed From Consent Calendar:
? Resolution to execute a third amendment to the Emergency Medical Services First
Responder Advanced Life Support (FRALS) Services Agreement with the County of
Alameda. Motion Passed 7-0

Action Items:
? Urgency Ordinance to authorize an amendment to the contract between the City of San Leandro and the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees?
Retirement System (CalPERS). Motion passed 7-0
? Ordinance authorizing an amendment to the contract between the City of San
Leandro and the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees?
Retirement System (CalPERS). Motion passed 7-0
? Resolution to approve amendments to the City of San Leandro Budget for FY 2018-19 (amends the General Fund, Special Revenue Funds, Enterprise Funds, Internal Service Funds, and Successor Agency Fund budget) and recommended appropriations from fund
balance reserves. Motion passed 7-0
? Discussion of a potential merger of the Planning Commission and the Board of Zoning Adjustments.

City Council Reports:
? Vice Mayor Cox reported on May 23rd Stop Waste Meeting.
? Vice Mayor Cox reported on May 24th Alameda County Transportation Meeting. She suggested creating an informational flyer.
? Vice Mayor Cox reported on May 31st Association of Bay Area Governments Meeting. She also attended breakout meeting on earthquake preparedness.
? Vice Mayor Cox reported on May 30th Not In Our Town Meeting which brought together communities who have posted United Against Hate posters.

City Council Calendar and Announcements:
? Vice Mayor Cox proposed adding a Vacancy Tax to city regulations.
? Mayor Cutter attended a successful Grand Re-Opening of the Boys and Girls Club.
? Councilmember Lopez acknowledged people in District 5 making comments regarding the illegal AirBnB and is resolved to work on the issue.
? Councilmember Hernandez was happy with Cherry Festival.
? Councilmember Ballew appreciated concern regarding illegal AirBnB?s.

Council Requests to Schedule Agenda Items:
? Councilmember Thomas requested a discussion to increase the fine for cutting down a city tree. Motion passed 7-0.
? Councilmember Hernandez requested implementation of an ordinance to require residential gas shut off valves. It was suggested it be discussed at the next Disaster Preparedness Committee.
? Councilmember Thomas requested that city police conduct immediate investigation of the illegal AirBnB property. City staff will look into it.

Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter Aye
Vice Mayor Deborah Cox Aye
Lee Thomas Aye
Ed Hernandez Aye
Benny Lee Aye
Corina N. Lopez Aye
Pete Ballew Aye

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