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June 29, 2010

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ANNOTATED AGENDA

BERKELEY CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

7:00 P.M.

Council Chambers - 2134 Martin Luther King Jr. Way

Tom Bates, Mayor

Councilmembers:

District 1 – Linda Maio

District 5 – Laurie Capitelli

District 2 – Darryl Moore

District 6 – Susan Wengraf

District 3 – Max Anderson

District 7 – Kriss Worthington

District 4 – Jesse Arreguin

District 8 – Gordon Wozniak


Preliminary Matters

Roll Call: 7:19 p.m.  Councilmember Worthington present at 7:30 p.m.

Ceremonial Matters: 

  1. Amateur Radio Week

City Manager Comments:  4th of July Weekend.

Public Comment on Non-Agenda Matters: 5 speakers.

Public Comment on Consent Calendar and Information Items Only: 10 speakers. .

 
Consent Calendar
 
Action: M/S/C (Worthington/Moore) to adopt Consent Calendar in one motion except as indicated:
 
1. FY 2011 Annual Appropriations Ordinance (PDF)
Recommendation: Adopt second reading of Ordinance No. 7,147–N.S adopting the FY 2011 Annual Appropriations Ordinance (AAO) in the amount of $375,357,053 (gross appropriations) and $318,175,559 (net appropriations).
Financial Implications: See report
First Reading Vote: All Ayes
Contact: Tracy Vesely, Budget Manager, 981-7000
Action: Adopted second reading of Ordinance No. 7,147–N.S.
 
2. Contract: Downtown Berkeley YMCA (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract and any amendments with the Downtown Berkeley YMCA in the amount of $231,012 for fitness center memberships for City employees for the period July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011.
Financial Implications: Payroll Deduction Trust Fund - $231,012
Contact: Tracy Vesely, Budget Manager, 981-7000
Action:  Moved to Action Calendar. 7 speakers. : M/S/C (Worthington/Anderson) to adopt Resolution No. 64,952–N.S.
Vote: Ayes: Maio, Moore, Anderson, Arreguin, Capitelli, Wengraf, Worthington, Bates.  Noes: Wozniak.
 
3. License Agreement: Cal Sailing Club (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a license agreement with Cal Sailing Club to use the property located at 124 University Avenue in the Berkeley Marina for a term beginning June 23, 2010 and ending June 30, 2014, a period of approximately four years and one month for a total license revenue amount of $26,345.
Financial Implications: Marina Fund - $26,345 (revenue)
Contact: William Rogers, Parks, Recreation and Waterfront, 981-6700
Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 64,953–N.S.
 
4. Contract: Gold Wing Engineering for Sanitary Sewer Project at Marin Avenue, Hopkins Street and Roble Road/The Uplands Backline (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution:
1    Approving plans and specifications for the Sanitary Sewer Project, 10-10498-C, located at Marin Avenue, Hopkins Street and Roble Road/The Uplands backline;
2    Accepting the bid of Gold Wing Engineering; and
3    Authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract and any amendments, extensions or other change orders until completion of the project in an amount not to exceed $480,000 for the period of 150 calendar days from the date of the execution of the contract.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Claudette Ford, Public Works, 981-6300
Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 64,954–N.S.
 
5. Contract No. 6135A Amendment: Parking Concepts Incorporated (PCI) for Off-Street Parking Facility Management (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend Contract No. 6135A with Parking Concepts Incorporated (PCI) for the continuation of Off-Street Parking Facility Management at three City-owned Garages: Telegraph Channing Garage, Center Street Garage and Oxford Garage, increasing the contract by $565,832 for a total amount not to exceed $7,584,832 with an extension through December 31, 2010.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Claudette Ford, Public Works, 981-6300
Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 64,955–N.S.
 
6. Zoning Ordinance Amendment to Allow Development Flexibility for Existing Public Libraries (PDF)
From: Planning Commission
Recommendation: Adopt Negative Declaration and first reading of an Ordinance to add BMC 23C.04.076 to allow (1) existing public libraries to be changed, expanded, or demolished and a new public library constructed, and (2) modification of any Zoning Ordinance requirement applicable to such projects with a Use Permit, rather than a Variance.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Jordan Harrison, Commission Secretary, 981-7400
Action:  Moved to Action Calendar. 4 speakers. : M/S/C (Capitelli/Moore) to adopt the Negative Declaration and first reading of Ordinance No. 7,148–N.S.  Second reading scheduled for July 6, 2010.
Vote: Ayes: Maio, Moore, Anderson, Capitelli, Wengraf, Worthington, Wozniak, Bates.  Abstain: Arreguin.
 
Council Consent Items
 
From: Councilmember Arreguin
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution to approve the expenditure of $750 to the Berkeley Foundation for the Arts with funds relinquished to the City’s General Fund for this purpose from Councilmember Arreguín’s discretionary Council Office Budget.
Financial Implications: Councilmember’s Discretionary Fund - $750
Contact: Jesse Arreguin, Councilmember, District 4, 981-7140
Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 64,956–N.S.
 
8. Supporting the Establishment of a Department of Peace (H.R. 808/ S. TBA) and the Youth PROMISE ACT (H.R. 1064/S. 435) (PDF)
From: Councilmember Worthington
Recommendation: Send letters urging Senators Feinstein and Boxer to support the establishment of a Department of Peace (H.R. 808/S. TBA) and the Youth PROMISE ACT (H.R. 1064/S. 435).
Financial Implications: Minimal
Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember, District 7, 981-7170
Action:  Approved recommendation.
Vote: Ayes: Maio, Moore, Anderson, Arreguin, Capitelli, Wengraf, Worthington, Bates.  Abstain: Wozniak.
 
9. Support Legislation Lifting The $75 Million Cap on Oil Company Liability (PDF)
From: Councilmember Worthington
Recommendation: Send a letter urging Senator Dianne Feinstein and Senator Barbara Boxer to support legislation to end the current $75 million cap on oil company liability in order to effectively contribute to disaster relief efforts.
Financial Implications: None
Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember, District 7, 981-7170
Action:  Approved recommendation.
Vote: Ayes: Maio, Moore, Anderson, Arreguin, Capitelli, Wengraf, Worthington, Bates.  Abstain: Wozniak.
 
10. Supporting Food and Water Watch’s Spill The Truth Campaign to Temporarily Shut Down The BP Atlantis Oil Rig (PDF)
From: Councilmember Worthington
Recommendation: Send a letter to President Barack Obama, urging him to persuade Secretary Salazar to temporarily shut down the BP Atlantis oil platform until federal regulators can prove the rig can operate safely.
Financial Implications: None
Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember, District 7, 981-7170
Action:  Continued to July 13, 2010.

Action Calendar – Public Hearing
 
11. Extend Residential Permit Parking Program on Various Streets (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Conduct a public hearing and upon conclusion adopt a Resolution amending Sections 25E and 25J of Resolution No. 56,508-N.S. by adding subsections to extend Residential Preferential Permit Parking on various streets.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Claudette Ford, Public Works, 981-6300
b. Communication
  1. Shirley Lue
  2. Richard Bagwell
  3. Blair Carroll

Public Testimony: The Mayor opened the public hearing. 6 speakers.  M/S/C (Maio/Moore) to close the public hearing.
Action: M/S/C (Worthington/Moore) to adopt Resolution No. 64,957–N.S. amending Sections 25E and 25J of Resolution No. 56,508-N.S. by adding subsections to extend Residential Preferential Permit Parking on various streets. 

Staff to verify a 50% majority for the following streets:

  • West side of McGee Avenue between Lincoln Street and Virginia Street.
  • Russell Street between Deakin Street and Fulton Street.

Vote: Ayes:  Maio, Moore, Anderson, Arreguin, Capitelli, Wengraf, Worthington, Wozniak, Bates; Noes: None.

12. Diversion Fee for Residential and Commercial Recycling Cost Increases (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Conduct a public hearing and upon conclusion adopt a Resolution establishing a flat rate diversion fee for recycling services of $3.35 per month for both residential and commercial customers, to be effective July 1, 2010.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Claudette Ford, Public Works, 981-6300
Public Testimony: The Mayor opened the public hearing. 3 speakers.  M/S/C (Maio/Moore) to close the public hearing.
Action: M/S/C (Maio/Anderson) to adopt Resolution No. 64,958–N.S. establishing a flat rate diversion fee for recycling services of $3.35 per month for both residential and commercial customers, to be effective July 1, 2010 and will sunset on June 30 2011.
Vote:  Ayes:  Maio, Moore, Anderson, Arreguin, Capitelli, Wengraf, Worthington, Wozniak, Bates; Noes:  None.
 
Action Calendar – New Business
 
13.   Refuse Program Items
a. Purchase Agreement with Arata Equipment Company and Master Lease/Purchase Agreement with Banc of America Public Capital Corporation for Recycling Split Carts (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Arata Equipment Company for  the purchase of 31,000 curbside carts for the residential recycling program, at a cost not to exceed $2,507,310; and executing a Schedule to a Master Equipment Lease/Purchase Agreement to purchase and make annual lease payments for the curbside recycling carts with Banc of America Public Capital Corp. for an annual lease payment not to exceed $410,000 to be paid over seven years at a not-to-exceed interest rate of 3.50%, with a first payment commencing no later than January 1, 2011.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Claudette Ford, Public Works, 981-6300
Speakers: 4
Action: M/S/C (Capitelli/Moore) to adopt Resolution No. 64,959–N.S. to execute a contract with Arata Equipment Company for  the purchase of 31,000 curbside carts for the residential recycling program, at a cost not to exceed $2,507,310; and executing a Schedule to a Master Equipment Lease/Purchase Agreement to purchase and make annual lease payments for the curbside recycling carts with Banc of America Public Capital Corp. for an annual lease payment not to exceed $410,000 to be paid over seven years at a not-to-exceed interest rate of 3.50%, with a first payment commencing no later than January 1, 2011.
Vote: Ayes:  Maio, Moore, Anderson, Arreguin, Capitelli, Wengraf, Worthington, Wozniak, Bates; Noes: None.
 
b. Contract No. 8219 Amendment: Ecology Center for Split Cart Residential Recycling Program (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution amending Contract No. 8219 with the Ecology Center, amending the scope to begin collecting residential recyclables in split carts, adding $115,000 in FY 2011 for one-time operational costs and a public outreach program.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Claudette Ford, Public Works, 981-6300
Speakers: 0
Action: M/S/C (Capitelli/Moore) to adopt Resolution No.64,960–N.S. amending Contract No. 8219 with the Ecology Center, amending the scope to begin collecting residential recyclables in split carts, adding $115,000 in FY 2011 for one-time operational costs and a public outreach program.
Vote: Ayes:  Maio, Moore, Anderson, Arreguin, Capitelli, Wengraf, Worthington, Wozniak, Bates; Noes: None.
 
c. Contract Amendment 6414A: Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS) for Litter Removal and Hand Sweeping of City Streets and Sidewalks (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an amendment to Contract No. 6414A with Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS) for litter removal and hand sweeping of city streets and sidewalks for $320,500 for the term July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011 for a new contract total not to exceed $2,457,124.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Claudette Ford, Public Works, 981-6300
Speakers: 0
Action: M/S/C (Capitelli/Moore) to adopt Resolution No.64,961–N.S. authorizing the City Manager to execute an amendment to Contract No. 6414A with Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS) for litter removal and hand sweeping of city streets and sidewalks for $320,500 for the term July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011 for a new contract total not to exceed $2,457,124.
Vote: Ayes: Maio, Moore, Anderson, Arreguin, Capitelli, Worthington, Bates.  Noes: Wozniak.  Abstain: Wengraf.
 
d. Zero Waste Commission Recommendations in Response to Refuse Fund Proposed Balancing Options (PDF)
From: Zero Waste Commission
Recommendation: The ZWC recommends the following:
1    Change the current rate structure to create a billing system that covers and breaks out the costs for refuse, recycling, organics, and Clean Cities services instead of a regulatory fee to cover the current structural budget deficit;
2    A regulatory or diversion fee should be for one year only, and be replaced by a future comprehensive rate structure,  informed by the results of the pending Assessment of the Solid Waste and Recycling Division; and
3    Minimize job losses in this budget process, eliminating only those positions superfluous to current operations, while leaving unfilled those that support on-going programs and the future recovery of the division.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Andy Schneider, Commission Secretary, 981-6300
Action: No action taken.  
 
Recess: 10:14 p.m. – 10:26 p.m.
 
14.   New 2010 Downtown Area Plan
a. From: Mayor Bates and Councilmembers Moore, Capitelli and Maio (PDF)
Recommendation:
1)   Discuss the placement on the 2010 Ballot  of a measure for voter approval adopting a Green Vision for the downtown, designating the Downtown Plan Area, adopting certain policies for the downtown, and stating the voters’ intention that the Council adopt a Downtown Area Plan that implements that green vision and voter-adopted policies and,
2)   Direct the City Manager to return with necessary CEQA Resolutions for final action on July 6, 2010.
Financial Implications: Unknown
Contact: Tom Bates, Mayor, 981-7100
 
b. From: Planning Commission (PDF)
Recommendation: Provide direction to staff as to any modifications to the draft of the New 2010 Downtown Area Plan, by working from Planning Commission’s draft DAP recommendations and noting changes desired by the Council.  At Council’s request, Planning Commission’s draft DAP focuses only on goals, policies, and key development standards/actions, to provide a more accessible ballot-friendly Plan.  In providing direction to staff, the Council should note staff’s preliminary analysis as to the adequacy of the 2009 DAP EIR, specifically that additional CEQA-related analysis and findings will be needed if the DAP is placed on the ballot.  Staff will return in July for further Council discussion and possible action.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Dan Marks, Planning and Development, 981-7400
 
c. From: Councilmember Arreguin (PDF)
Supplemental Agnda Material (PDF)
Recommendation: Place the community-developed Downtown Area Plan on the November 2010 ballot for voter approval.
Financial Implications: Unknown
Contact: Jesse Arreguin, Councilmember, District 4, 981-7140
Speakers: 26
Action: M/S/C (Moore/Wozniak) to direct staff to return on July 13, 2010 with necessary CEQA resolutions and language for a Ballot Measure for voter approval at the November 2010 General Election adopting a Green Vision for the downtown, designating the Downtown Plan Area, adopting certain policies for the downtown, and stating the voters’ intention that the Council adopt a Downtown Area Plan that implements that green vision and voter-adopted policies as amended to read as follows:
  • Section 2.        Designation of Downtown Area

The Downtown Area is hereby designated as the area bounded by Hearst Street and Dwight Way and Oxford/Fulton Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, with a Core area within one (1) block of any entrance to the Downtown BART Station.

Vote: Ayes: Maio, Moore, Capitelli, Wengraf, Wozniak, Bates.  Noes: Arreguin, Worthington.  Abstain: Anderson.

15.  Place Medical Marijuana Ordinance Amendments on the November 2010 Ballot
a. From: Mayor Bates and Councilmembers Moore, Anderson and Capitelli (PDF)
Recommendation: Place a measure on the November 2010 Ballot that would amend the City of Berkeley Medical Marijuana Ordinance. These amendments will clarify definitions, increase access to affordable medication for low-income patients, establish limits on collective residential growing, reduce the buffer zone between dispensaries and public/private schools, allow for ancillary facilities in Manufacturing District, establish a tax on gross receipts or square footage, and in the event the State Ballot measure to legalize marijuana use passes, establish a tax on non-medical cannabis, and ensure dispensaries make their financial records available to the City of Berkeley.
Financial Implications: $25,000-$50,000 depending on the Registrar of Voter costs and the number of other ballot measures.
Contact: Tom Bates, Mayor, 981-7100

b. From: Medical Cannabis Commission (PDF)
Recommendation: 
1.   Tax:  1% business license tax on medical cannabis businesses, a $5/square foot tax if the business license tax does not apply, and a $5/square foot tax on large-scale, nonresidential cannabis cultivation and/or processing facilities.
2.   Non-residential cultivation:  Should be allowed in non-residential areas with licensing and regulation
3.   Residential cultivation:  200 square feet is the minimum area recommended
4.   Peer Review Committee:  Should remain autonomous
5.   Auditing: Should revise proposed language to avoid potential self-incrimination
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Wendy Cosin, Commission Secretary, 981-7400
Speakers: 25
Action:  Discussion held.  Continued to a time certain date of July 6, 2010 at 8:00 p.m.

Action: (M/S/C) (Capitelli/Maio) to suspend the Rules of Procedure and extend the meeting to 12:00 a.m.

Action: (M/S/C) (Worthington/Maio) to suspend the Rules of Procedure and extend the meeting to 12:30 a.m.

Councilmember Wengraf exited meeting at 12:07 a.m.

16. Revising the Rental Housing Safety Program (PDF)
From: City Manager
Recommendation: Direct the City Manager to prepare the following changes to the Rental Housing Safety Program:
1.    Incorporate penalties for noncompliance with Schedule A into proactive and reactive inspections.
2.    Eliminate Schedule B, the Gas Heating Certification program.
3.    Increase the amount of re-inspection fees and administrative citations.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Jane Micallef, Housing, 981-5400
Action: Continued to July 6, 2010.

17.   Policy - Lease and License Fees for Non-profits at the Berkeley Marina
a. From: Waterfront Commission (PDF)
Recommendation: The Waterfront Commission recommends to the Berkeley City Council that it make appropriate inquiries of the City Manager to confirm that the rents being requested of the Berkeley Marina non-profit tenants are consistent with the Marina Master Plan's objective to provide affordable rates for desirable nonprofits in the Berkeley Marina. 
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: John Mann, Commission Secretary, 981-6700

b. From: City Manager (PDF)
Recommendation: The City Manager recommends no action be taken, and that staff continue the current practice of taking into account the desirability of non-profits that provide community service to the public at the Marina, as well as using market rates and comparables as guidelines when determining rents.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: William Rogers, Parks, Recreation and Waterfront, 981-6700
Action: Moved to Consent Calendar. Approved the City Manager’s recommendation that no action be taken, and that staff continue the current practice of taking into account the desirability of non-profits that provide community service to the public at the Marina, as well as using market rates and comparables as guidelines when determining rents.

Recommendation: Send a letter to the UC Berkeley Chancellor supporting the ACLU’s concerns about punitive interpretations of the UC Student Conduct Code.
Financial Implications: Minimal
Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember, District 7, 981-7170
Action: Continued to July 13, 2010.
 
19. Follow-up on Smart Meters: City Response to Smart Meter Problems and Preparation of a Letter to the California Public Utilities Commission (continued from June 1, 2010) (PDF)
From: Councilmember Worthington
Recommendation: Take action in responding to Smart Meter problems and send a letter to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), asking for continued investigation of the Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Smart Meter program, requirement of PG&E to submit a characterization study  of the system planned to the City of Berkeley, requirement of PG&E to allow consumers to ‘opt out’ of the program without repercussions, as well as an immediate moratorium on the disposal, recycling, or permanent alteration of old PG&E meters and a call for consideration of a moratorium on the further installation of PG&E Smart Meters.
Financial Implications: See report
Contact: Kriss Worthington, Councilmember, District 7, 981-7170
Action: Continued to July 6, 2010.

Information Reports
 
20. Voluntary Time Off Program for FY 2011 (PDF)
From: City Manager
Contact: Tracy Vesely, Budget Manager, 981-7000
Action:  Received and filed.
 
21.   **Removed from Agenda per City Manager**Cash Receipts/Cash Handling Audit--Treasury 
From: City Manager
Contact: Robert Hicks, Finance, 981-7300
 
22.   **Removed from Agenda per City Manager **Customer Service Cash Receipts/Cash Handling Audit
From: City Manager
Contact: Robert Hicks, Finance, 981-7300
 
23. Audit Plan for Fiscal Year 2011 (PDF)
From: Auditor
Contact: Ann-Marie Hogan, Auditor, 981-6750
Action:  Received and filed.

 
Public Comment – Including Items Not Listed on the Agenda – 0

 
Adjourned at 12:28 a.m.

 
Communications (PDF)
 
Item 14: New 2010 Downtown Area Plan
1.    Gary Parsons, on behalf of the Landmarks Preservation Commission
Item 19: Follow-up on Smart Meters: City Response to Smart Meter Problems and Preparation of a Letter to the California Public Utilities Commission
2.    Julie Kramer
3.    Phoebe Anne Sorgen
Concerns at Redwood Gardens
4.    Residents of Redwood Gardens – Referred to City Manager by Councilmembers Worthington and Wozniak.
 
Supplemental Communications and Reports 1 (PDF)
 
Item 11: Extend Residential Permit Parking Program on Various Streets
5.    Laura West and David Gorton
6.    Matthai Kuruvila
7.    Linda Spatz
8.    Lisa Bullwinkel
Item 15: Place Medical Marijuana Ordinance Amendments on the November 2010 Ballot
9.    Christine Wagner
10. Eric Taylor
Item 16: Revising the Rental Housing Safety Program
11. Sid Lakireddy, on behalf of the Berkeley Property Owners Association
Item 19: Follow-up on Smart Meters: City Response to Smart Meter Problems and Preparation of a Letter to the California Public Utilities Commission
12. Helen Kozoriz
13. Diane Straus
14. Alexander Binik (2)
15. Sarah Kotzamani and Erich Keefe
16. Soula Culver
17. Mary Ann Brewin
18. Phoebe Sorgen
  
Supplemental Communications and Reports 2 (PDF)
 
Item 2: Contract: Downtown Berkeley YMCA
19. Victoria Peirotes
20. Henry Sobel
21. Allen Carr
22. Lewis Maldonado and Shelley Stevens
Item 6: Zoning Ordinance Amendment to Allow Development Flexibility for Existing Public Libraries
23. Susan Kupfer
Item 11: Extend Residential Permit Parking Program on Various Streets
24. Ruth Gill
Item 12: Diversion Fee for Residential and Commercial Recycling Cost Increases
25. Marie Bowman, on behalf of BASTA and Berkeley Can Do Better (2)
26. Linda Spatz
Item 14: New 2010 Downtown Area Plan
  • Supplemental materials, submitted by Jesse Arreguin, District 4 (see agenda item)

27. Gene Poschman
28. Mary Murtaugh, Andreas Cluver, Jeff Hobson, Susie Medak, Mark Berson, Erin Rhoades and Terrie Light
29. Unknown

Item 15: Place Medical Marijuana Ordinance Amendments on the November 2010 Ballot
30. Stewart Rhoads

Item 16: Revising the Rental Housing Safety Program
31. Jay Kelekian, on behalf of the Rent Stabilization Board

Item 19: Follow-up on Smart Meters: City Response to Smart Meter Problems and Preparation of a Letter to the California Public Utilities Commission
32. Zach Sorgen
33. Claudia Delman
34. Helen Kozoriz
35. Unknown

Stop Driving – The 911 Boycott
36. Unknown

 

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