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8-19 8-19
ADOPT a resolution to include a conflict of interest policy consistent with the Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 2.52 for the Design-Build method of project delivery for Wastewater and Stormwater facilities. Adopted: February 19, 2019
7-19 7-19
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a Construction Agreement with St. Francis Electric, Inc., for the 23rd Street Traffic Signal Interconnect Project in the amount of $1,298,980, per the base bid documents. Adopted: February 19, 2019
6-19 6-19
ADOPT a resolution of local support for a $1,000,000 grant as required by the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation, Division of Boating and Waterways for the construction of a riprap revetment to stop the shoreline erosion at Point Molate Beach Park and if awarded, ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the grant funds and the City required local match of 50%, or about $500,000 from the Impact Fee Park/Open Space Fund. Adopted: February 19, 2019
5-19 5-19
ADOPT a resolution approving the City's application for the Transportation Development Act Article 3 Pedestrian and Bicycle Funding for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 and if funds are awarded, ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the funds. Adopted: February 19, 2019
4-19 4-19
ADOPT a resolution approving the proposed Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget adjustments. Adopted: February 5, 2019
3-19 3-19
ADOPT a resolution, authorizing the city manager to execute a Cooperative Implementation Agreement with the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) allowing the City of Richmond to receive $3 million for the construction of full-trash capture devices at Regatta Boulevard to prevent litter from discharging to local watersheds and San Francisco Bay. Adopted: January 22, 2019
2-19 2-19
ADOPT a resolution to create a pool of underwriters for bond deals. Adopted: January 15, 2019
1-19 1-19
ADOPT a resolution permitting the City of Richmond to reimburse certain expenditures of the Wastewater Enterprise from the proceeds of long-term bonds. Adopted: January 15, 2019
102-18 102-18
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Addendum to the General Plan Update Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH#2008022018) and General Plan Amendments. Adopted: December 18, 2018
98-18 98-18
ADOPT a resolution to change Section 26.1.B defining compensation for Holiday Pay within the current Memo of Understanding (MOU) with Local 188 - International Association of Firefighters (IAFF). Adopted: December 18, 2018
97-18 97-18
ADOPT a resolution to change Article 16.4 and Article 12 of the Memo of Understanding (MOU) with the Richmond Police Officer's Association defining compensation for Holiday Pay and Supplemental Pay within the current MOU. Adopted: December 18, 2018
96-18 96-18
ADOPT a resolution adopting Chapter 10, Consultant Selection, of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Local Assistance Procedures Manual. Adopted: December 18, 2018
95-18 95-18
ADOPT a resolution approving a three percent annual cost of living increase, in addition to the two percent minimum cost of living increase, for the recipients of the General Pension Fund, for a total annual cost of living increase of five percent for these recipients. Adopted: December 18, 2018
94-18 94-18
ADOPT a resolution accepting the recommendation of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfields Revolving Loan and Grant Approval Board to award the Richmond Community Foundation a $175,000 grant. Adopted: December 18, 2018
99-18 99-18
ADOPT a resolution Declaring the Canvass of Returns and Results of the General Municipal Election held on November 6, 2018. Adopted: December 18, 2018
101-18 101-18
ADOPT a resolution contesting the new Federal Communications Commission's regulations for small cell facilities to become effective on January 14, 2019. Adopted: December 18, 2018
100-18 100-18
ADOPT a resolution honoring Kishana Harley and calling on the State Legislature to introduce legislation to value human life and to condemn racial injustice and police brutality. Adopted: December 18, 2018
92-18 92-18
ADOPT a resolution, to be effective upon the effective date of the ordinance amendments, adopting a City Council policy that regulates small wireless facilities consistent with federal regulations for such facilities. Adopted: December 4, 2018
93-18 93-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of systematically applying a racial equity lens in decision-making. Adopted: December 4, 2018
91-18 91-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to submit an allocation request to ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE $500,000 in Safe Routes to Transit funding from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for the Carlson Crosstown Connection project. Adopted: December 4, 2018
90-18 90-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the qualified consultant list that includes Evan Brooks Associates, Glen Price Group, Rincon Consultants, and Resource Development Associates to provide grant writing, grant seeking, or other grant-related services to City department(s), on an as-needed basis, for three years, with two one-year extension options, not to exceed an aggregate total expenditure of $300,000 between the four firms, per fiscal year. Adopted: November 20, 2018
89-18 89-18
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the North Shore (Goodrick Avenue) Bay Trail Gap Closure Project; and ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the $976,000 Measure J grant funds to commence the public bid process for the construction of the Project. Adopted: November 20, 2018
88-18 88-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with three project management firms, for as-needed project management services, in an amount not to exceed $300,000 per firm, over a three-year period plus a two-year extension. Adopted: November 20, 2018
87-18 87-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of protecting the civil rights of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community under Title IX and to recognize gender identity that may differ from sex assignment at birth. Adopted: November 13, 2018
86-18 86-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute an amendment to the Cooperative Implementation Agreement (CIA) with the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) allowing the City of Richmond to utilize the remainder of the original $2.5 million for the construction of two additional full-trash capture devices to prevent litter from discharging to local watersheds and the San Francisco Bay. Adopted: November 13, 2018
85-18 85-18
ADOPT a resolution to install two (2) All-Way Stops at the intersections at South 55th Street/Mariposa Street and South 55th Street/Highland Avenue intersections respectively and one (1) Four-Way Stop at 38th Street and Garvin Avenue intersection. Adopted: November 13, 2018
84-18 84-18
ADOPT a resolution to accept each of The Richmond Transit Village Phase II Nevin Avenue Streetscape Improvement Projects, BART to 19th Street and 19th to 27th Street as being complete. Adopted: November 13, 2018
83-18 83-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: November 13, 2018
82-18 82-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of an Agreement with Contra Costa County for the City to reimburse the County for construction of roadway improvements within City limits along San Pablo Dam Road under the Contra Costa County Local Streets and Roads Preservation Project. Adopted: October 23, 2018
81-18 81-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing Planning Commission members whose terms have expired but who have not been re-appointed or replaced by a new appointee to continue serving with the Planning Commission until that member's successor has been appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Council. Adopted: October 16, 2018
80-18 80-18
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to re-title the existing Paratransit Driver classification to R-Transit Driver. Adopted: October 16, 2018
79-18 79-18
ADOPT a resolution declaring a shelter crisis in order to receive emergency funding support to expand and improve homelessness services both within Richmond and for individuals and families across the county. Adopted: October 2, 2018
78-18 78-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the Debt Policy and Swap Policy for Fiscal Year 2018-19. Adopted: October 2, 2018
77-18 77-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the City of Richmond Investment Policy. Adopted: October 2, 2018
76-18 76-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of Proposition 2: NO PLACE LIKE HOME on the November 6, 2018, Ballot to build supportive housing and treatment for people that have serious mental illness and are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Adopted: September 25, 2018
75-18 75-18
ADOPT a resolution supporting the Veterans and Affordable Housing Bond ACT 2018. Adopted: September 25, 2018
74-18 74-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute reoccurring contracts for fiscal year 2018-19 with Contra Costa County, Stege Sanitary District, West County Wastewater District and the State of California Water Resources Control Board at an aggregate annual amount of $828,694. Adopted: September 18, 2018
73-18 73-18
ADOPT a resolution accepting The Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass project as being complete and in that acceptance, permanently vacate the former at-grade public crossing located at Railroad Mile Post .80 - Seaver Avenue Industrial Lead (DOT No. 912 002H). Adopted: September 11, 2018
71-18 71-18
ADOPT a resolution to submit to the voters at the next general municipal election to be held on November 6, 2018, a measure for changing the City's Real Estate Documentary Transfer Tax so that the tax rate for properties valued below $1 million does not increase, the tax rate for properties valued between at $1 million dollars to $3 million increases from .7% to 1.25%; the tax rate for properties valued between at $3 million dollars to $10 million increases from .7% to 2.5%; and the tax rate for properties valued in excess of $10 million increases from .7% to 3.0%. Adopted: August 7, 2018
72-18 72-18
ADOPT a resolution submitting to voters at the next general election to be held November 6, 2018, a measure to establish a Special Parcel Tax on Vacant Properties at the rate of $3,000 annually per vacant developed parcel and $6,000 annually per undeveloped parcel, raising about $5.4 million annually for 20 years to fund homelessness services and housing, blight and dumping elimination, and specified programs. Adopted: August 7, 2018
70-18 70-18
ADOPT a resolution approving a report of sewer service charges for FY 2018/19 allowing for the sanitary and stormwater fees to be collected on the annual 2018-2019 tax rolls. Adopted: July 24, 2018
69-18 69-18
ADOPT a resolution declaring a climate emergency, calling for the creation of a Regional Just Transition and Climate Emergency Mobilization Effort, and committing to continue participation in regional efforts to mitigate climate change. Adopted: July 24, 2018
68-18 68-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of statewide efforts to implement the Buy Clean California Act and; DIRECT city staff to deliver a report during the September 25, 2018, City Council meeting regarding potential implementation in the City of Richmond, including the adoption of a Global Warming Potential limit and the requirement of an Environmental Product Declaration. Adopted: July 17, 2018
67-18 67-18
ADOPT a resolution allowing the City of Richmond to place a levy on the annual 2018-2019 property tax rolls of property owners subject to assessment under the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District (DRPBID). Adopted: July 17, 2018
66-18 66-18
ADOPT a resolution related to forming a Community Facilities District for financing improvements associated with the Terminal One project: (1) authorizing the California Statewide Communities Development Authority ("CSCDA") to form a Community Facilities District within the City of Richmond to finance certain improvements, services, and development impact fees; (2) incorporating a Joint Community Facilities Agreement setting forth the terms and conditions of the Community Facilities District financing; (3) approving an acquisition agreement between the City and the Developer; and (4) authorizing City staff to cooperate with CSCDA and its consultants in connection with the Community Facilities District formation and financing. Adopted: July 17, 2018
65-18 65-18
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $50,000 in funding from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) awarded to the Richmond Police Department for implementation of an effective, comprehensive and strategic approach to address crime and public nuisance problems associated with problematic liquor establishments. Adopted: July 17, 2018
64-18 64-18
ADOPT a resolution to install signage, striping and traffic signal modification to convert 5th Street from a two-way street to a one-way street between Lucas Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue heading southbound, adjacent to Peres Elementary School, to improve school safety. Adopted: July 17, 2018
63-18 63-18
ADOPT a resolution to approve the installation of signage, striping, and traffic signal modification to convert the two-way alley to a one-way alley from Grant Avenue to Burbeck Avenue (between 22nd Street and 23rd Street). Adopted: July 17, 2018
62-18 62-18
ADOPT a resolution to install two (2) four-way stop controls at the intersections of Barrett Avenue and Key Boulevard and Macdonald Avenue and Key Boulevard, and to install two (2) two-way stop controls at the intersection of Roosevelt Avenue and Key Boulevard and Nevin Avenue and 36th Street. Adopted: July 17, 2018
61-18 61-18
ADOPT a resolution adding Ricoh to the approved list of standing orders/outline agreements for technology-related goods and services in an amount not to exceed $250,000 per year for fiscal years 2018-2019 through 2021-2022. Adopted: July 17, 2018
60-18 60-18
ADOPT a resolution opposing zero tolerance immigration policies. Adopted: July 10, 2018
59-18 59-18
HOLD a public hearing and ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid invoices related to administrative citations, nuisance abatement costs, and foreclosure ordinance fines pursuant to Richmond Municipal Code chapters 9.22, 11.76, 6.38 and 2.63. Adopted: July 10, 2018
58-18 58-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: July 10, 2018
57-18 57-18
ADOPT a resolution Declaring the Canvass of Returns and Result of the Primary Election held on June 5, 2018. Adopted: July 10, 2018
56-18 56-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute an agreement with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) accepting grant funds to develop a "Richmond Ferry to Bridge" complete streets plan and project. Adopted: July 10, 2018
55-18 55-18
ADOPT a resolution setting the dollar amount for the new fees in the proposed Master Fee Schedule and adjusting the dollar amount for current fees. Adopted: June 26, 2018
54-18 54-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the fiscal year 2018-19 Appropriations Limit for the City of Richmond pursuant to Article XIIIB, as amended, of the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 26, 2018
53-18 53-18
REVIEW the Cash Reserves Policy and ADOPT a resolution approving the revised policy. Adopted: June 26, 2018
52-18 52-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Years 2018-23 Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan. Adopted: June 26, 2018
51-18 51-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Annual Operating Budget. Adopted: June 26, 2018
43-18(a) 43-18(a)
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to negotiate and execute Grant Service Agreements with approved grantees. Adopted: June 19, 2018
50-18 50-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of the public sector unions in Richmond to ensure their health and success; and supporting the freedom of Richmond employees to participate in strong unions following the U. S. Supreme Court decision in Janus vs. AFSCME Council 31. Adopted: June 19, 2018
49-18 49-18
ADOPT a resolution in opposition to the exorbitant rent increases at Heritage Park at Hilltop apartments, which is home to many low-income seniors with fixed incomes. Adopted: June 19, 2018
48-18 48-18
ADOPT a resolution declaring homelessness a public health crisis in Richmond. Adopted: June 19, 2018
47-18 47-18
HOLD a public hearing and ADOPT a resolution approving a Major Amendment to the Planned Area Plan, Vesting Tentative Map, and Design Review Permit for the Miraflores residential project being developed by Miraflores Community Devco, LLC. Adopted: June 19, 2018
46-18 46-18
HOLD a public hearing to ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report and ordering the levy and collection of assessments in the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District for the fiscal year 2018-2019, providing for a 3% increase in annual assessments. Adopted: June 19, 2018
45-18 45-18
HOLD a public hearing to ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report and ordering the levy and collection of assessments in the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District for the fiscal year 2018-2019, providing for a 3% increase in annual assessments. Adopted: June 19, 2018
44-18 44-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of SB 1421 to uphold the right of the public to access records of misconduct on the part of public employees. Adopted: June 19, 2018
43-18 43-18
ADOPT a resolution accepting as complete the Oil Spill Cleanup project at the Point Potrero Marine Terminal contracted to 6Performance Abatement Services. Adopted: June 19, 2018
42-18 42-18
ADOPT a resolution to amend the Port of Richmond Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) Tariff No. 3 reflecting a 2.8% increase in tariff rates as approved by the Executive Committee of the California Association of Port Authorities (CAPA). Adopted: June 19, 2018
41-18 41-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with seven landscape architectural firms (Questa - Richmond); (WRT - San Francisco); (Vallier Design - Richmond); (PlaceWorks - Berkeley); (Harris Design - Berkeley); (RHAA - Mill Valley); and (Firma Design Group - Santa Rosa), for as-needed landscape architectural services in an amount not to exceed $600,000 per firm over a three-year period plus a two-year extension. Adopted: June 19, 2018
39-18(a) 39-18(a)
ADOPT a resolution approving the Final Map for Subdivision [9415], “NOMA” and authorizing the execution of a Subdivision Improvement Agreement with the subdivider, William Lyon Homes, Inc., and completing recording thereof. Adopted: June 5, 2018
40-18 40-18
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond Classification Plan to add the new classification of Director of Infrastructure Maintenance and Operations. Adopted: June 5, 2018
39-18 39-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the project list for Senate Bill 1 Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. Adopted: June 5, 2018
38-18 38-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a construction contract with W. R. Forde Associates, Inc., for construction of the 37th Street Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements project in an amount not to exceed $804,541.10 including a 10% contingency ($73,140.10). Adopted: June 5, 2018
37-18 37-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the Agreement and Election to Prefund Other Post-Employment Benefits through CalPERS; approving the Delegation of Authority to Request Disbursements; and authorizing the Finance Director or her designee to take any additional action necessary to participate in the California Employer's Retiree Benefit Trust (CERBT) Fund to prefund other post-employment benefits for the Richmond Police Officers Association (RPOA). Adopted: June 5, 2018
36-18 36-18
ADOPT a resolution adopting all of Volume 1 and the Introduction Section, Chapter 12, and Appendices of Volume 2 of the Contra Costa County Operational Area Hazard Mitigation Plan Update. Adopted: June 5, 2018
35-18 35-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, and announcing a public hearing about the proposed increased assessment on June 19, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 440 Civic Center Plaza in the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 22, 2018
34-18 34-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District ("HLMD"), declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the HLMD, and announcing a public hearing on the proposed increased assessment on June 19, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 440 Civic Center Plaza in the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 22, 2018
29-18 29-18
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council authorizing the execution and delivery of an amendment to the Site Lease; an amendment to the Facility Lease; a Termination Agreement in connection with a substitution of facilities; and approving the taking of all necessary or desirable actions in connection therewith. The purpose of this substitution is to assist in the redevelopment of the properties at 12th Street and Macdonald Avenue in downtown Richmond. Adopted: May 15, 2018
30-18 30-18
ADOPT a resolution to amend the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to retitle the existing classification of Communications Manager to Communications Center Manager. Adopted: May 15, 2018
31-18 31-18
ADOPT a resolution: (1) Calling and Giving Notice of the holding of a Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, for the election of certain officers as required by the provisions of the Charter of the City of Richmond; (2) requesting the Board of Supervisors of Contra Costa County to consolidate the Municipal Election with the Statewide General Election; and (3) adopting regulations for candidates pertaining to the candidates' statements submitted to the voters, cost of the candidates' statements and other fees, word limit for candidates' statements; and actions to be taken for a tie vote. Adopted: May 15, 2018
32-18 32-18
ADOPT a resolution establishing the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Residential Rental Housing Fee in the amount of $207 per Controlled Rental Unit, $100 per Partially Covered Rental Unit, and $50 per Governmentally Subsidized Rental Unit. Adopted: May 15, 2018
33-18 33-18
ADOPT a resolution establishing a Sanctuary City Contracting and Investment Policy for the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 15, 2018
28-18 28-18
ADOPT a resolution concerning relocation payment requirements for tenants of residential rental units. Adopted: May 1, 2018
27-18 27-18
ADOPT a resolution approving an equipment lease-purchase agreement with Holman Capital Corporation; and APPROVE the purchase of one tiller truck from Smeal Fire Apparatus Co. in an amount not to exceed $1,240,000; and two Type I pumpers from Hi-Tech EVS in an amount not to exceed $1,460,000 for a total purchase price not to exceed $2,700,000. Adopted: May 1, 2018
26-18 26-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager, or their designee, to execute agreements with the California Department of Transportation. Adopted: May 1, 2018
25-18 25-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with six architectural firms (Gutierrez/Associates, Oakland; Fog Studio, El Cerrito; Mark Albertson, Petaluma; Oakley & Oakley, Antioch; Ware Associates; Richmond; and LCA Architect, Walnut Creek) for as-needed architectural services in an amount not to exceed $600,000 per firm over a three-year period plus options for two-year extensions. Adopted: May 1, 2018
24-18 24-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with six engineering design firms: Questa (Richmond); NCE (Richmond); Harris and Associates (Concord); Parisi (Richmond); A-N West (Richmond); BKF (Richmond); for as-needed engineering services in an amount not to exceed $600,000 per firm over a three-year period plus options for two-year extensions. Adopted: April 17, 2018
23-18 23-18
ADOPT a resolution designating the Osprey as the official bird of the City of Richmond. Adopted: April 17, 2018
22-18 22-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager and police chief to execute reoccurring contracts for fiscal years 2017-2018 through 2019-2020 with Contra Costa County and the State of California at an aggregate annual amount of $1,408,000. Adopted: April 17, 2018
21-18 21-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of reinstating Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC) access to the community visitation program and its hotline at the West County Detention Facility in Richmond, California. Adopted: March 27, 2018
20-18 20-18
ADOPT a resolution calling for support of Assembly Bill (AB) 2808 (Muratsuchi) to increase Local Control Funding for California's Public Schools. Adopted: March 27, 2018
19-18 19-18
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: March 27, 2018
18-18 18-18
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District. Adopted: March 27, 2018
14-18 14-18
ADOPT a resolution renewing standing orders/outline agreements for purchase of geographic information system (GIS) software technology related goods and services from Esri in an amount not to exceed $25,000 per year for fiscal years 2017-2018 through 2021-2022. Adopted: March 6, 2018
15-18 15-18
ADOPT a resolution approving a city-wide policy for the distribution, use and reporting of tickets or passes to a facility, event, show or performance in compliance with Fair Political Practices Commission Regulation section 18944.1. Adopted: March 6, 2018
13-18 13-18
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: March 6, 2018 ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: March 6, 2018
12-18 12-18
ADOPT a resolution to ACCEPT grant funds and APPROPRIATE $75,000 to construct a fitness zone in Martin Luther King, Jr. Park (MLK). Adopted: March 6, 2018
11-18 11-18
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Rent Services Analyst II. Adopted: March 6, 2018
10-18 10-18
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Rent Services Analyst II. Adopted: March 6, 2018
17-18 17-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of Proposition 68 - the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Costal Protection and Outdoor Access for All Act of 2018. Adopted: March 6, 2018
16-18 16-18
ADOPT a resolution in support of protecting our ocean and coast from offshore drilling, exploration and fracking. Adopted: March 6, 2018
9-18 9-18
ADOPT a resolution submitting a complementary ballot measure to the "Kids First" initiative to the voters at the June 5, 2018, State Primary Election. Adopted: February 27, 2018
8-18 8-18
ADOPT a resolution certifying the Environmental Impact Report, adopting a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and approving a General Plan Amendment, Vesting Tentative Map, and Design Review Permit for the Quarry Residential Project. Adopted: February 20, 2018
7-18 7-18
ADOPT a resolution designating and authorizing the city manager, finance director, and emergency services manager as officials who may apply on behalf of the City of Richmond for federal and state post disaster financial assistance under the California Disaster Assistance Act. Adopted: February 20, 2018
6-18 6-18
ADOPT a resolution terminating the local emergency on Via Verdi that was declared in February 2017 due to landslide damage. Adopted: February 20, 2018
5-18 5-18
ADOPT a resolution terminating the local emergency at Rifle Range Road which was declared in March 2017 due to landslide damage. Adopted: February 20, 2018
4-18 4-18
ADOPT a resolution approving the proposed FY 2017-18 budget adjustments. Adopted: February 6, 2018
3-18 3-18
ADOPT a resolution calling for the extension of Temporary Protected Status for Current Recipients and a New Path to Permanent Residency. Adopted: January 23, 2018
2-18 2-18
ADOPT a resolution to vacate the Baxter Creek public access easement owned by the City of Richmond, recorded within the property address known as 11965 San Pablo Avenue in the City of El Cerrito, to facilitate development of the parcel for housing. Adopted: January 16, 2018
1-18 1-18
ADOPT a resolution submitting the initiative petition "Richmond Kids First" to the voters at the June 5, 2018, Primary Election. Adopted: January 16, 2018
145-17 145-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to be listed as a co-applicant, along with Mercy Housing California and Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond, on an application to the State of California Strategic Growth Council and the Department of Housing and Community Development under the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program. Adopted: December 19, 2017.
144-17 144-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of statewide efforts to ban clear-cutting in California to protect forests and surrounding ecosystems. Adopted: December 19, 2017
143-17 143-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the installation of a 4-way stop control at the intersection of Marina Way South and Hall Avenue. Adopted: December 19, 2017
141-17 141-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager and/or his designee to execute a United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Grant-funded contract with Stantec Consulting Services for environmental engineering services to support the Richmond Housing Renovation Program in the amount not to exceed $374,318 and for a term ending August 31, 2019. Adopted: December 5, 2017
140-17 140-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager and/or his designee to execute a United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfields Assessment Grant-funded contract with the Richmond Community Foundation to complete a comprehensive Community Involvement Plan (CIP) to support the Richmond Housing Renovation Program, in the amount not to exceed $21,500 and for a term ending June 30, 2019. Adopted: December 5, 2017
139-17 139-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to accept and appropriate the US Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields Assessment Grant in the amount of $400,000 to support the Richmond Housing Renovation Program. Adopted: December 5, 2017.
137-17 137-17
ADOPT a resolution approving a three percent annual cost of living increase, in addition to the two percent minimum cost of living increase, for the recipients of the General Pension Fund, for a total annual cost of living increase of five percent for these recipients. Adopted: December 5, 2017
138-17 138-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the submittal of an application for grant funds, pursuant to the California State Department of Parks and Recreation, Office of Grants and Local Services, to construct needed facilities at the City's forthcoming Miraflores Park, and, if awarded, ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the grant funding. Adopted: December 5, 2017
142-17 142-17
SUPPORT a resolution of Net Neutrality: a Free and Open Internet, and direct City Manager or designee to send copy of resolution to the President ,Vice-President, House of Representatives, Majority Leader of the Senate and to each California Senator and Representative in the United States Congress, and the Federal Communications Commission. Adopted: December 5, 2017
136-17 136-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Conflict of Interest Code to ensure that all City positions required to file Statements of Economic Interest are properly identified. Adopted: November 21, 2017
135-17 135-17
ADOPT a resolution approving a grant-funded construction agreement with the James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corporation for the Miraflores Greenbelt- Baxter Creek Phase 1 Project to daylight Baxter Creek and restore the floodplain in an amount not to exceed $2,100,660. Adopted: November 21, 2017
134-17 134-17
ADOPT a resolution approving parking regulations along Isabel Street and Central Avenue, to provide no parking between 11:00 PM and 5:00 AM, and unlimited parking between 5:00 AM and 11:00 PM. Adopted: November 21, 2017
133-17 133-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: November 21, 2017
132-17 132-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first declared by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: November 21, 2017
131-17 131-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Planning Manager. Adopted: November 21, 2017
130-17 130-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Staff Attorney. Adopted: November 21, 2017
129-17 129-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: November 21, 2017
128-17 128-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of efforts to repeal the Ellis Act, and the Costa Hawkins Rental Housing Act to strengthen efforts to prevent homelessness and protect renters. Adopted: November 7, 2017
127-17 127-17
ADOPT a resolution updating the 2006 City Council Expense and Expenditure Policy which regulates travel and reimbursements for the mayor and councilmembers. Adopted: October 24, 2107
126-17 126-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Deputy Director, Rent Program - Human Resources Management Department. Adopted: October 24, 2017
125-17 125-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Executive Director, Rent Program. Adopted: October 24, 2017
124-17 124-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Hearing Examiner, Rent Program. Adopted: October 24, 2017
123-17 123-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the project list for Senate Bill 1 (SB1) Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding for Fiscal Year 2017-18, and APPROPRIATE the additional SB1 funding amount of $123,646. Adopted: October 17, 2017
122-17 122-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: October 17, 2017
121-17 121-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: October 17, 2017
120-17 120-17
ADOPT a resolution accepting a public access easement to be recorded for City acceptance. Adopted: October 3, 2017
119-17 119-17
ADOPT a resolution to vacate an old, unusable storm drain easement owned by City of Richmond within the property addresses of 3000-3050 Hilltop Mall Road, authorize quitclaim of the abandoned easement, and accept the grant of a new storm drain easement. Adopted: October 3, 2017
118-17 118-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: October 3, 2017
117-17 117-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: October 3, 2017
116-17 116-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute agreements with the California Department of Transportation for the Yellow Brick Road Project. Adopted: October 3, 2017
115-17 115-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing contracts with three firms (Minute by Minute, Anita L. Tucci-Smith, and Cybertary.com) for On-Call Professional Transcription Services for an amount not to exceed $25,000 per firm over a three-year period. Adopted: October 3, 2017
114-17 114-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Office of Neighborhood Safety Program Manager. Adopted: October 3, 2017
113-17 113-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of continuing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and protecting immigrant communities. Adopted: September 19, 2017
112-17 112-17
ADOPT a resolution accepting $31,718,000 in bond proceeds from the Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company N.A. (as trustee) resulting from the recent City of Richmond wastewater revenue bond issuance, and APPROPRIATE $31,718,000 of the bond proceeds and associated capital project expenditures into the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Water Resource Recovery Department budget. Adopted: September 19, 2017
111-17 111-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing standing contracts with Chrisp Company (Fremont) and Sierra Traffic Markings, Inc. (Roseville) for as-needed pavement delineation and marking services on pavement capital improvements projects in an amount not to exceed $75,000 per firm, per year, for a three-year period with options to extend for two additional years. Adopted: September 19, 2017
110-17 110-17
ADOPT a resolution approving reoccurring contracts for fiscal years 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 with Contra Costa County and the State of California at an aggregate annual amount of $708,000. Adopted: September 19, 2017
109-17 109-17
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $788,854 from the Contra Costa County Health Services Hazardous Materials Division, and approve a two-year interagency agreement from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2019, to fund the Richmond Fire Department Hazardous Materials Response Program. Adopted: September 19, 2017
108-17 108-17
ADOPT a resolution of local support as required by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to program $320,000 in Safe Routes to School (SRTS) federal funds for pedestrian safety improvements at Lincoln Elementary School; and if awarded, ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the funds. Adopted: September 12, 2017
107-17 107-17
ADOPT a resolution of local support as required by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to program $2,205,000 in Local Streets and Road Preservation (LSRP) federal funds for street roadway improvements; and if awarded, ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the funds. Adopted: September 12, 2017
106-17 106-17
ADOPT a resolution of local support as required by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to program $7,700,000 in State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) funds for improvements to reduce congestion on Central Avenue near I-80; and if awarded, ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the funds. Adopted: September 12, 2017
105-17 105-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: September 12, 2017
104-17 104-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: September 12, 2107
103-17 103-17
ADOPT a resolution setting a public hearing on October 17, 2017, regarding the City's intent to grant to Chevron U.S.A. a 10-year franchise agreement to use, or lay and use oil pipes and appurtenances, for the purpose of transmitting and distributing oil and oil products within the City's rights-of-way for a period of 10 years. Adopted: September 12, 2017
102-17 102-17
ADOPT a resolution setting a public hearing on October 17, 2017, regarding the City's intent to grant to Phillips 66 Co. a 10-year franchise agreement to use, or lay and use, oil pipes and appurtenances, for the purpose of transmitting and distributing oil and oil products within the City's rights-of-way for a period of 10 years. Adopted: September 12, 2017
101-17 101-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of AB 1008 (McCarty) Employment discrimination: prior criminal history, also known as "Ban the Box". Adopted: July 25, 2017
100-17 100-17
ADOPT a resolution of the approved list of FY 2017-2018 ECIA grant awardees. Adopted: July 25, 2017
99-17 99-17
ADOPT a resolution establishing the Fiscal Year 2016-17 and Fiscal Year 2017-18 Residential Rental Housing Fees in the amounts of $47 per unit and $98 per unit, respectively in the Master Fee Schedule. Adopted: July 25, 2017
98-17 98-17
ADOPT a resolution to reduce the maximum number of seats on the Point Molate Community Advisory Committee from 19 seats to 11 seats. Adopted: July 25, 2017
97-17 97-17
ADOPT a resolution approving a two-year contract with AmeriNational to provide loan servicing related to City of Richmond Housing programs, including servicing the Home Improvement Loan Program loan portfolio, in an amount not to exceed $ 20,000. Adopted: July 25, 2017
96-17 96-17
ADOPT a resolution establishing the Fiscal Year 2016-17 and Fiscal Year 2017-18 Residential Rental Housing Fees in the amounts of $47 per unit and $98 per unit, respectively in the Master Fee Schedule. Adopted: July 18, 2017
95-17 95-17
ADOPT a resolution upholding the appeal by T-Mobile of the Planning Commission approval of a Conditional Use Permit modification (CU96-11) and modifying certain conditions. Adopted: July 18, 2017
86-17 86-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: July 18, 2017
87-17 87-17
ADOPT a resolution accepting a $150,000 grant received from the California Employment Development Department and appropriating these grant revenues and associated expenditures into the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Employment and Training Department budget. Adopted: July 18, 2017
88-17 88-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: July 18, 2017
89-17 89-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: July 18, 2017
90-17 90-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the amended Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) in compliance with the State Water Resource Control Board regulations. Adopted: July 18, 2017
91-17 91-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the California Fire Fighter Joint Apprenticeship Committee (CFFJAC) to provide the City of Richmond with a list of displaced firefighters (due to layoff) from other agencies, and allowing these firefighters to be added to the City's existing employment list, thereby providing them the opportunity to compete for vacant firefighter positions in Richmond. Adopted: July 18, 2017
92-17 92-17
ADOPT a resolution supporting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTIQQ) community and establishing a policy to prevent city-funded travel to states with laws discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Adopted: July 18, 2017
93-17 93-17
ADOPT a resolution amending Section 2. (Membership) of Resolution 74-08 Establishing the Richmond-Zhoushan Friendship Commission to include that a majority of the commissioners reside and/or work in Richmond. Adopted: July 18, 2017
94-17 94-17
ADOPT a resolution approving a report of sewer service charges for FY 2017/18 and allowing for the sanitary sewer charges and stormwater fees to be collected on the annual 2017-2018 tax rolls. Adopted: July 18, 2017
76-17 76-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager and Police Chief to execute reoccurring contracts for fiscal years 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 with Contra Costa County and the State of California at an aggregate annual amount of $673,000. Adopted: July 11, 2017
77-17 77-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement for the provision of communication services by the City of Richmond to the City of El Cerrito from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2022, with revenue to the City of Richmond as follows: $760,456 in FY 2017-18, $798,479 in FY2018-19, $838,403 in FY2019-20, $880,323 in FY2020-21, and $924,339 in FY2021-22. Adopted: July 11, 2017
78-17 78-17
ADOPT a resolution to amend the Port of Richmond Tariff FMC No. 3 reflecting a 2.5% increase in tariff rates as approved by the Executive Committee of the California Association of Port Authorities (CAPA). Adopted: July 11, 2017
79-17 79-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: July 11, 2017
80-17 80-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: July 11, 2017
81-17 81-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to revise and re-title the flexibly-staffed classification of Source Control Inspector I/II/III to Environmental Compliance Inspector and Senior Environmental Compliance Inspector. Adopted: July 11, 2017
83-17 83-17
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Director of Water Resource Recovery Department. Adopted: July 11, 2017
82-17 82-17
ADOPT a resolution to amend the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to revise and re-title the classification of Source Control Superintendent to Environmental Services Manager. Adopted: July 11, 2017
85-17 85-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid invoices related to administrative citations, nuisance abatement costs, and foreclosure ordinance fines pursuant to Richmond Municipal Code chapters 9.22 and 2.63. Adopted: July 11, 2017
84-17 84-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District (DRPBID), approving the assessment formula, and levying the assessments. Adopted: July 11, 2017
75-17 75-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2017-18 and the adjusted Fiscal Years 2015-16 and 2016-17 Appropriations Limits for the City of Richmond, pursuant to Article XIIIB, as amended, of the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 27, 2017
74-17 74-17
ADOPT a resolution approving Fiscal Years 2017-22 Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan. Adopted: June 27, 2017
73-17 73-17
ADOPT a resolution approving Fiscal Year 2017-18 Annual Operating Budget. Adopted: June 27, 2017
65-17 65-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: June 20, 2017
66-17 66-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: June 20, 2017
67-17 67-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the installation of a four-way stop at South 37th Street and Center Avenue. Adopted: June 20, 2017
68-17 68-17
ADOPT a resolution setting the dollar amount for the new fees and adjusting the dollar amount for current fees and the Master Fee Schedule. Adopted: June 20, 2017
69-17 69-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report and ordering the levy and collection of assessments in the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District for fiscal year 2017-2018, providing for a 3% increase in assessments. Adopted: June 20, 2017
70-17 70-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report and ordering the levy and collection of assessments in the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District for fiscal year 2017-2018, providing for a 3% increase in annual assessments. Adopted: June 20, 2017
71-17 71-17
ADOPT: a resolution (a) authorizing a substitute letter of credit relating to the variable rate wastewater revenue refunding bonds; (b) authorizing the execution and delivery of a fifth supplemental indenture, a replacement remarketing agreement, a reimbursement agreement, a custody agreement, a fee letter and a continuing disclosure agreement; (c) approving the form and distribution of a remarketing statement; (d) authorizing the appointment of Barclays Capital Inc. as remarketing agent; (e) authorizing an amendment or novation of an interest rate swap; (f) directing the execution of, or certain amendments to, an ISDA master agreement and documents related thereto; and (g) authorizing taking necessary actions and execution of necessary documents and certificates in connection therewith. Adopted: June 20, 2017
72-17 72-17
ADOPT a resolution (a) providing for the issuance of City of Richmond Wastewater Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A; (b) authorizing the execution and delivery of a sixth supplemental indenture, a bond purchase agreement, an escrow agreement, a continuing disclosure agreement and an official statement; (c) approving a form of preliminary official statement in connection therewith; and (d) authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith. Adopted: June 20, 2017
64-17 64-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of Assembly Bill 1578 (Jones-Sawyer), which would prohibit a state or local agency from assisting a federal agency to investigate, detain, detect, report or arrest a person for marijuana activity that is authorized by law in the State of California and transferring an individual to federal law enforcement authorities for purposes of marijuana enforcement, unless directed to do so by a court order. Adopted: June 6, 2017
63-17 63-17
ADOPT a resolution denouncing the presidential executive order to build a wall along the U.S. - Mexico border and recommending that the City of Richmond not do business with or contract with any companies involved in the construction of a border wall. Adopted: June 6, 2017
62-17 62-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of Assembly Bill 1360, Assembly Bill 1478, and Senate Bill 808 in the California State Legislature to assure charter school accountability and transparency, and to address local control of charter schools in California. Adopted: June 6, 2017
61-17 61-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a twelve-month Business License Tax Amnesty Program from July 2017 through June 2018 allowing businesses with unpaid business license taxes and transient occupancy taxes, including hotels, motels, and short term rentals such as Airbnb rentals, the opportunity to comply with Richmond Municipal Code (RMC) Section VII, Chapters 7.04 and 7.88, without the necessity of paying penalties and interest. Adopted: June 6, 2017
60-17 60-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: June 6, 2017
59-17 59-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: June 6, 2017
58-17 58-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of the Measure J 2014 and 2015 "Growth Management Program Compliance Checklist" to the Contra Costa County Transportation Authority (CCTA) to allow the City of Richmond to receive its allocation of Fiscal Year 2015-16 and 2016-17 Local Street Maintenance and Improvement Funds. Adopted: June 6, 2017
57-17 57-17
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $83,155 in funding from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program awarded to the Richmond Police Department for the purchase of police safety equipment. Adopted: June 6, 2017
56-17 56-17
ADOPT a resolution to endorse the efforts of the City of Oakland to create a public bank for Oakland and to investigate the possibility of forming a partnership with any future public bank of Oakland or regional public bank. Adopted: May 23, 2017
55-17 55-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the installation of a 4-way stop traffic control at the intersection of Ohio Avenue and 2nd Street. Adopted: May 23, 2017
54-17 54-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of keeping adult education classes at the Serra Adult Center in the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 16, 2017
53-17 53-17
ADOPT a resolution of intention to renew the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District. Adopted: May 16, 2017
52-17 52-17
ADOPT a resolution to ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE into the Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget a $300,000 grant received from the California Employment Development Department; and APPROVE hiring up to 15 part-time temporary hourly Maintenance Aide II positions for cleanup and repair of storm drains and other public properties damaged in the 2017 storms. Adopted: May 16, 2017
51-17 51-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first declared by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: May 16, 2017
50-17 50-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first declared by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: May 16, 2017
49-17 49-17
ADOPT a resolution approving amendments to existing on-call contracts with two (2) consulting firms: the contract amount for NCE for engineering design would increase by $600,000 to a total not to exceed $1,200,000; the contract amount for Vallier Design Associates for architectural landscape design services would increase by $450,000 to a total not to exceed $800,000. The terms for each contract would be extended to June 30, 2020. Adopted: May 16, 2017
48-17 48-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to submit applications for Greening the Eastern Portion of the Richmond Greenway (with Groundwork Richmond) for the 2017 funding round of the California Natural Resources Agency Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Program, and to enter into a funding agreement with the California Natural Resources Agency, if the grants are awarded. Adopted: May 16, 2017
47-17 47-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to submit applications for Greening the Yellow Brick Road project (with Pogo Park) for the 2017 funding round of the California Natural Resources Agency Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Program, and to enter into a funding agreement with the California Natural Resources Agency, if the grants are awarded. Adopted: May 16, 2017
46-17 46-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, and announcing a public hearing about the proposed increased assessment on June 20, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers at 440 Civic Center Plaza in the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 16, 2017
45-17 45-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District ("HLMD"), declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the HLMD, and announcing a public hearing about the proposed increased assessment on June 20, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 440 Civic Center Plaza in the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 16, 2017
44-17 44-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Saffron Strand's 8th Annual Homeless Workforce Conference to be held on June 12-13, 2017, in the Richmond Memorial Auditorium and continue to support this conference by waiving the cost of the Richmond Memorial Auditorium for the next two years. Adopted: May 2, 2017
43-17 43-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first declared by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: May 2, 2017
42-17 42-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first declared by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: May 2, 2017
41-17 41-17
ADOPT a resolution adding the Richmond Wellness Trail Vision plan as an appendix to the Richmond Pedestrian Plan. Adopted: April 25, 2017
36-17 36-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the Final Map for Subdivision [9422], "Bottoms Property," authorizing the City to enter a Subdivision Improvement Agreement with the developer, Shea Homes LP, a California Limited Partnership, and authorizing the recording thereof. Adopted: April 18, 2017
35-17 35-17
ADOPT a resolution related to the development of the "Bottoms Property Residential Project" of Shea Homes, LP (1) authorizing a Right of Entry and Easement Agreement for a new driveway as a secondary ingress/egress at Canal Boulevard; and (2) accepting a Grant of Public Access Easement from Shea Homes, LP, and terminating the existing roadway easement recorded September 24, 2008. Adopted: April 18, 2017
32-17 32-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute all documents on behalf of the City of Richmond in support of the renewal of the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District . Adopted: April 18, 2017
33-17 33-17
ADOPT a resolution permitting the City of Richmond to reimburse certain expenditures of the Wastewater Enterprise from the proceeds of long-term bonds. Adopted: April 18, 2017
34-17 34-17
ADOPT a resolution approving the filing of a proposal for $823,033 in funding from the urban forestry grant program entitled, "Green Trees for the Golden State," as provided through the California Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund and/or U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Federal Funds. Adopted: April 18, 2017
38-17 38-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: April 18, 2017
37-17 37-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was first adopted by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: April 18, 2017
40-17 40-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of Senate Bill 562 (Lara & Atkins), the Healthy California Act, that would establish a comprehensive universal single-payer health care coverage program and DIRECT staff to send copy of the resolution and a cover letter to State legislators, Assemblymember Tony Thurmond and State Senator Nancy Skinner to urge them to stand in support of the Healthy California Bill. Adopted: April 18, 2017
39-17 39-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of SB 687, authored by State Senator Nancy Skinner, which will give the Attorney General of California the authority to oversee and consent to the sale and or closure of non-profit hospitals. Adopted: April 18, 2017
26-17 26-17
ADOPT a resolution revising the authorization list on the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) accounts to reflect the current staff assignments in the Finance Department. Adopted: April 4, 2017
29-17 29-17
ADOPT a resolution setting a public hearing on May 2, 2017, regarding the City's intent to grant to SFPP, L.P. a 10 year franchise agreement to use or lay and use oil pipes and appurtenances for the purpose of transmitting and distributing oil and oil products within the City's rights-of-way for a period of ten years. Adopted: April 4, 2017
28-17 28-17
ADOPT a resolution to abandon the easement within parcel number APN 408-009-040, currently owned by Galaxy Desserts and located west of Protectocoat Lane in the unincorporated area of Contra Costa County, and authorize staff to quitclaim the easement . Adopted: April 4, 2017
27-17 27-17
ADOPT a resolution (1) adopting a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and (2) adopting the citywide Urban Greening Master Plan. Adopted: April 4, 2017
30-17 30-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency declaration on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was initially ratified by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: April 4, 2017
31-17 31-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency declaration on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was initially ratified by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: April 4, 2017
25-17 25-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Rifle Range Road due to landslide damage, which was initially ratified by the City Council on March 7, 2017. Adopted: March 21, 2017
24-17 24-17
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency on Via Verdi due to landslide damage, which was initially ratified by the City Council on February 28, 2017. Adopted: March 21, 2017
23-17 23-17
ADOPT a resolution finding that there is a reasonable relationship between the current need for developer fees collected but unexpended within five years of collection, and the purpose for which they were originally collected, as required pursuant to Section 66001 of the Government Code. Adopted: March 21, 2017
22-17 22-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute a Cooperative Implementation Agreement with the State of California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) allowing the City of Richmond to receive $2.5 million for the construction of two full-trash capture devices to prevent litter from discharging to local watersheds and San Francisco Bay. Adopted: March 21, 2017
21-17 21-17
ADOPT a resolution celebrating the Tibetan Community Center located in Richmond, honoring 2017 as the worldwide Tibetan Action Year, and urging the Chinese government to engage in dialogue to peacefully resolve the conflict in Tibet. Adopted: March 7, 2017
20-17 20-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing City of Richmond co-sponsorship and use of the Richmond Auditorium on April 6, 2017, for a "Know Your Rights" educational forum to inform and provide information to our undocumented immigrant community. Adopted: March 7, 2017
19-17 19-17
ADOPT a resolution in support of Senate Bill (SB) 300 which requires that a health warning label be placed on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) sold in California that contain added sweeteners and 75 calories or more per 12 ounces. Adopted: March 7, 2017
18-17 18-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: March 7, 2017
17-17 17-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute all required contracts and agreements with the State of California to receive a State Coastal Conservancy Grant of $500,000 to implement a multi-benefit urban greening project in the City's Iron Triangle neighborhood; and APPROPRIATE the $500,000 funding into the Engineering and Capital Improvement budget. Adopted: March 7, 2017
16-17 16-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to submit an application for the 2016 funding round of the Department of Housing and Community Development Housing-Related Parks Program and enter into a funding agreement with the State of California, if the application is approved. Adopted: March 7, 2017
15-17 15-17
ADOPT an emergency resolution proclaiming the existence of a local emergency due to landslide damage on Rifle Range Road in Richmond. Adopted: March 7, 2017
14-17 14-17
REVIEW the Fiscal Year 2016-17 operating and capital improvement budgets at mid-year, and ADOPT a resolution approving the proposed Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget adjustments. Adopted: February 28, 2017
13-17 13-17
ADOPT a resolution proclaiming the existence of a local emergency due to landslide damage on Via Verdi in Richmond, California. Adopted: February 28, 2017
11-17(a) 11-17(a)
ADOPT a joint resolution authorizing the execution of a Novation Agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 9 (EPA) for continued operation of the Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund and transferring the obligations of the Closeout Agreement with the EPA for that fund from the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to the City of Richmond. Adopted: February 21, 2017 Adopted: February 21, 2017
12-17 12-17
In support of a Congressional investigation regarding the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump. Adopted: February 21, 2017
11-17 11-17
To accept and appropriate $81,644.00 in grant funding from the California Department of Justice, Community Policing Development Program awarded to the Richmond Police Department for their assistance in the development of police stop-data collection guidelines. Adopted: February 21, 2017
10-17 10-17
ADOPT a resolution in opposition to the closure of the United States Post Office at 1025 Nevin Avenue, and direct the city manager to draft a letter on behalf of the City of Richmond. Adopted: February 7, 2017
9-17 9-17
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: February 7, 2017
8-17 8-17
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District. Adopted: February 7, 2017
7-17 7-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of funds from the United States Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Management Agency (DHS/FEMA) FY 2016 Port Security Grant Program in the amount of $200,969, divided between a FEMA award of 75% ($150,727) and a City of Richmond cost share of 25% ($50,242), to support continuing implementation of the Marine Emergency Response Program. Adopted: February 7, 2017
4-17 4-17
Approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Richmond Police Management Association (RPMA) and the City of Richmond. The MOU will be effective from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2021. Adopted: January 17, 2017
6-17 6-17
In support of increased funding from the State of California for adult education. Adopted: January 17, 2017
5-17 5-17
Recognizing International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers' (IFPTE) Local 21 as the sole and exclusive bargaining agent for Executive Management employees pursuant to the Employer-Employee Relations Resolution (EERR) #134-96. Adopted: January 17, 2017
3-17 3-17
Approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Richmond Police Officers' Association (RPOA) and the City of Richmond. The MOU will be effective from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2021. Adopted: January 17, 2017
2-17 2-17
Authorizing the Business License Division to offer an Amnesty Program for a period of five months, allowing businesses with unpaid business licenses and transient occupancy taxes, including hotels, motels, and short term rentals, to pay fees and taxes owed without incurring late fees and penalties. Adopted: January 17, 2017
1-17 1-17
Setting a public hearing for February 21, 2017, regarding the City's intent to grant to SFPP, L.P. a 10-year franchise to use or lay and use oil pipes and appurtenances for the purpose of transmitting and distributing oil and oil products within the City's rights-of-way. Adopted: January 17, 2017
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an Agreement with KaBOOM and the Richmond Art Center for the Mathieu Court Alley Play Street Project. Adopted: December 20, 2016
115-16 115-16
ADOPT a resolution establishing the amount of Permanent and Temporary Relocation Payments. Adopted: December 20, 2016
114-16 114-16
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2016 Annual General Adjustment in accordance with Section 11.100.070(b)(3) of the Richmond Fair Rent, Just Cause for Eviction, and Homeowner Protection Ordinance. Adopted: December 20, 2016
113-16 113-16
ADOPT a resolution approving the fiscal year 2016-17 Rent Board interim budget, and authorize the City Manager to enter into a reimbursement agreement with the Rent Board for any funds advanced by the City and authorize the City Manager to enter into sole source contracts. Adopted: December 20, 2016
116-16 116-16
Approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the City of Richmond Wastewater Treatment Plant and Collection System Improvements Project, as identified in the 2010 Sewer Collection System Master Plan, 2010 WWTP Master Plan, and 2016 WWTP Facility Plan. Adopted: December 20, 2016
117-16 117-16
Requesting the development of a horse boarding facility at the Point Pinole Regional Shoreline Park. Adopted: December 20, 2016
112-16 112-16
Approving the 2015-2016 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for submission to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: December 20, 2016
111-16 111-16
Approving the installation of a four-way stop at the intersection of 8th Street and Bissell Avenue near Leadership Public School within the Santa Fe Neighborhood area. Adopted: December 20, 2016
110-16 110-16
Approving the execution of two repayment agreements with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for unsupported and/or ineligible project costs relating to the Community Development Block Grant, HOME, and Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 programs. Adopted: December 20, 2016
109-16 109-16
Approving the application to the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation Youth Soccer and Recreation Development Program for funding to renovate the basketball court at John F. Kennedy Park. Adopted: December 20, 2016
108-16 108-16
Approving the application to the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation Youth Soccer and Recreation Development Program for funding to renovate the basketball court at Unity Park. Adopted: December 20, 2016
107-16 107-16
Declaring the Canvass of Returns and Result of the General Municipal Election held on November 8, 2016. Adopted: December 20, 2016
105-16 105-16
Certifying the Richmond Bay Specific Plan Environmental Impact Report (EIR) (State Clearinghouse #2014092082), adopting a Statement of Overriding Consideration, Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program and approving a General Plan Amendment; and INTRODUCE an ordinance (first reading) repealing the Knox-Cutting Specific Plan, adopting the Richmond Bay Specific Plan, and approving a Zoning Map Amendment - Planning and Building Services Department (Richard Mitchell/Lina Velasco 620-6706). Adopted: December 6, 2016
106-16 106-16
In response to the 2016 U.S. Presidential election regarding sanctuary policies, condemning violence and hate, and reemphasizing commitment to combat climate change. Adopted: December 6, 2016
103-16 103-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records - Finance Department (Belinda Warner/Antonio Banuelos 620-6741). Adopted: November 15, 2016
104-16 104-16
ADOPT a resolution approving a 3% annual cost of living increase, in addition to the 2% minimum cost of living increase, for the recipients of the General Pension Fund, for a total annual cost of living increase of 5% for these recipients - Finance Department (Belinda Warner/Latha Ravinder 620-6739). Adopted: November 15, 2016
102-16 102-16
Approving Addendum to the General Plan EIR repealing Article XV Zoning and Subdivisions, Chapter 6.06 Historic Structures Code, and Chapter 7.102, Medical Marijuana Collectives of the Richmond Municipal Code, and adopting revised Article XV, Zoning and Subdivisions, and new Zoning Map. Adopted: November 1, 2016
101-16 101-16
RECEIVE a presentation and ADOPT a resolution approving the Addendum to the Richmond General Plan Update Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and the final Climate Action Plan (CAP); and APPROVE an amendment to the contract with Environmental Science Associates (ESA) for completion of the final CAP, increasing the contract amount by $30,000 for a total contract amount not to exceed $354,832; and DIRECT staff to include an option of purchasing 100 percent renewable "Deep Green" electricity for City facilities as part of the mid-year budget review process; and DIRECT staff to develop an energy efficiency and renewable energy incentive program. Adopted: October 25, 2015
100-16 100-16
Urging the United States Congress to Enact a National Revenue Neutral Carbon Tax. Adopted: October 18, 2016
99-16 99-16
Formally endorsing Proposition 55, the State of California's extension of revenue for schools and healthcare on the November 8, 2016, General Election ballot. Adopted: October 18, 2016
98-16 98-16
Exempting Richmond residents from paying tow charges if their registered vehicle is stolen and recovered in the City of Richmond, and towed at the request of the Richmond Police Department. Adopted: October 18, 2016
97-16 97-16
Authorizing the execution of a construction contract with Ghilotti Construction Company, Inc., for construction of the Richmond-Ohlone Greenway Gap Closure Project in an amount not to exceed $1,771,910.25, including a 10% contingency ($161,082.75). Adopted: October 18, 2016
96-16 96-16
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $115,000 in funding from the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) awarded to the Richmond Police Department for implementation of an effective, comprehensive and strategic approach to address problematic traffic related issues, focusing on impaired driving. Adopted: October 4, 2016
95-16 95-16
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council encouraging autonomous vehicle testing as a public safety and economic development initiative in the City of Richmond. Adopted: October 4, 2016
94-16 94-16
AUTHORIZE the city manager to accept an Easement Deed from the Hilltop Village Owners Association, and to sign the Certificate of Acceptance in order to record the Easement with the County Recorder. Adopted: October 4, 2016
93-16 93-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of the Automatic Aid Agreement, Exhibit A - Operation Plan, and the Support Services and Specialized Resources Agreement between the City of Richmond and Contra Costa County Fire Protection District. Adopted: October 4, 2016
92-16 92-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of grant funds from the Cities of Service Bay Area Impact Volunteering Program in an amount not to exceed $25,000. Adopted: October 4, 2016
91-16 91-16
Directing staff to integrate portions of the draft Form-Based Code into the Zoning and Subdivisions Regulations Update. Adopted: September 20, 2016
90-16 90-16
Endorsing Measure T, the West Contra Costa Unified School District Parcel Tax Renewal on the November 8, 2016, General Election ballot. Adopted: September 20, 2016
89-16 89-16
Authorizing the reactivation and restructuring of the Richmond Youth Council. Adopted: September 20, 2016
87-16 87-16
Authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of funds from the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office, appointed by the California Office of Emergency Services to act on its behalf to coordinate, manage and distribute the awarded State Homeland Security Grant Program funds, in the amount of $31,197 in support of the Fire Department's marine response training program. Adopted: September 20, 2016
86-16 86-16
Authorizing use of the remaining balance of the Recovery Zone Economic Development Bond (RZEDB) to fund the roof at Fire Station 66. Adopted: September 20, 2016
85-16 85-16
Confirming the City of Richmond Investment Policy. Adopted: September 20, 2016
88-16 88-16
Opposing Sutter Health Corporation's plans to cease emergency services and acute care hospital operations at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center Berkeley Campus. Adopted: September 20, 2016
84-16 84-16
To formalize the establishment of the Environmental and Community Investment Agreement (ECIA) Transportation Oversight Committee. Adopted: September 13, 2016
83-16 83-16
To accept and appropriate $600,000 in funding from the California Board of State & Community Corrections (BSCC) Strengthening Law Enforcement and Community Relations Grant Program to fund efforts to reduce violence and juvenile delinquency and allow a $511,598 in-kind match over a two year period that will be budgeted accordingly. Adopted: September 13, 2016
81-16 81-16
Authorizing amendments to existing contracts for as-needed electrical contractor services to perform high voltage and capital improvement project-related electrical services with Net Electric, Inc. (Richmond), NEMA Construction (Albany), and St. Francis Electric, Inc. (San Leandro) for an amount not to exceed $200,000 per firm through the duration of the initial three-year term (July 1, 2015, through June 30, 2018) and the two-year optional extensions. Adopted: September 13, 2016
80-16 80-16
Authorizing service contracts with three material testing laboratories (Applied Materials & Engineering, Inc. [Oakland], Ninyo & Moore [Oakland] Smith-Emery [San Francisco]) for as-needed services in an amount not to exceed $100,000 per contract over a three-year period ending September 30, 2019, with a two-year optional extension. Adopted: September 13, 2016
82-16 82-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager or his designee to submit grant applications for any and all CalRecycle grants for which the City of Richmond is eligible - City Manager's Office (Shasa Curl/Adam Lenz 620-5537). Adopted: September 13, 2016
79-16 79-16
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Approving the Issuance by the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority of not to exceed $9,500,000 Principal Amount of Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority Reassessment District Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2016; Approving the Forms of an Amended and Restated Trust Agreement, authorizing the execution and delivery thereof, and authorizing and directing certain related actions necessary to implement the proposed refunding program - Finance Department (Belinda Warner 620-6740). Adopted: July 26, 2016
77-16 77-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of agreements between the City of Richmond and the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for the use of $293,381 in Sustainable Communities grant funding to support a project to develop an Integrated and Equitable Multimodal Mobility Plan - City Manager's Office (Bill Lindsay/Lori Reese-Brown 620-6869). Adopted: July 26, 2016
76-16 76-16
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing execution of a Master Agreement for Taxing Entity Compensation with affected taxing entities, allowing for the transfer to the City of seven properties owned by the former Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to be utilized for future development - City Manager's Office (Shasa Curl/Bill Lindsay 412-2091). Adopted: July 26, 2016
78-16 78-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute amended loan documents, if necessary, and a new subordination agreement between the City and JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., which agreement will subordinate the City's $4,500,000 loan, in support of the Richmond Housing Authority's Rental Assistance Demonstration Project for Friendship Manor and Triangle Court to a new total $17,500,000 bond allocation - Housing Department (Tim Jones 621-1310). Adopted: July 26, 2016
74-16 74-16
ADOPT a resolution in support of Senate Bill 1107,
70-16 70-16
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Richmond Fire Management Association (RFMA) and the City of Richmond, extending the existing MOU through June 30, 2022. The MOU provides employee cost sharing of OPEB (Other Post-Employment Benefits, i.e. Retiree Medical), and employee cost sharing for active employee medical benefits effective January 1, 2017, with contributions increasing in graduated amounts through July 1, 2019 - Human Resources Management Department (Lisa Stephenson 620-6609). Adopted: July 19, 2016
72-16 72-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid invoices related to administrative citations, nuisance abatement costs and foreclosure ordinance fines pursuant to Richmond Municipal Code Chapters 9.22 and 2.63 - Department of Infrastructure Maintenance and Operations (Tim Higares 620-6508). Adopted: July 19, 2016
73-16 73-16
ADOPT a resolution with findings of fact issuing a permit for Indigo Therapeutics to operate as a marijuana manufacturing collective inside JOINN Innovation Park, located at 2600 Hilltop Drive - Police Department (Chief Allwyn Brown 621-1802). Adopted: July 19, 2016
71-16 71-16
ADOPT a resolution approving a report of sewer service charges for FY 2017/16, and allowing for the sanitary and stormwater fees to be collected on the annual 2016-2017 tax rolls - Water Resource Recovery Department (Ryan Smith 620-6594). Adopted: July 19, 2016
68-16 68-16
ADOPT a resolution approving the City of Richmond Investment Policy - Finance Department (Belinda Warner/Tracey Angelo 620-6750). Adopted: July 19, 2016
65-16 65-16
ADOPT a resolution approving a three-year amendment/extension to the agreement between the City of Richmond and the Contra Costa County Health Services Division in support of the Fire Department's Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program, and authorizing the City of Richmond to accept and appropriate $669,066 in Measure H funding from the Contra Costa County Health Services Division over a three-year period from June 30, 2016, to June 30, 2019, in support of this EMS program - Fire Department (Chief Adrian Sheppard 307-8041). Adopted: July 19, 2016
66-16 66-16
ADOPT a resolution of the approved list of FY 2016-2017 Environment & Community Investment Agreement (ECIA) grant awardees - City Manager's Office (Bill Lindsay 620-6512). Adopted: July 19, 2016
67-16 67-16
ADOPT a resolution adjusting the current fees of the Infrastructure Maintenance and Operations Department's Code Enforcement Division and Planning and Building Services Department's Planning Services Division - Finance Department (Belinda Warner/Antonio Banuelos 620-6741). Adopted: July 19, 2016
69-16 69-16
ADOPT a resolution Declaring the Canvass of Returns and Result of the Primary Election held on June 7, 2016 - City Clerk's Office (Pamela Christian 620-6513). Adopted: July 19, 2016
75-16 75-16
ADOPT a resolution submitting the Initiative entitled "Richmond Fair Rent, Just Cause for Eviction and Homeowner Protection Ordinance" to the voters at the November 8, 2016, General Election - City Clerk's Office (Pamela Christian 620-6513). Adopted: July 19, 2016
60-16(a) 60-16(a)
ADOPT the Fiscal Year 2016-17 Other Pension and Employee Benefits (OPEB) Funding Policy and Resolution - Finance Department (Belinda Warner/Tracey Angelo 620-6750). Adopted: July 5, 2016
63-16 63-16
ADOPT a resolution certifying the Environmental Impact Report and adopting a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and approving a Vesting Tentative Map for the Terminal One Project, and INTRODUCE an Ordinance approving a Zoning Amendment to rezone the project site from Coastline Commercial (C-C) to Planned Area (PA) District for the Terminal One project . Adopted: July 5, 2016
62-16 62-16
ADOPT a resolution of support for the Countywide imposition of one-half of one percent sales tax to fund transportation improvements in Contra Costa County and conditionally amend the Growth Management Program in the Measure J Transportation Expenditure Plan to match that found in the 2016 Proposed Transportation Expenditure Plan. Adopted: July 5, 2016
64-16 64-16
ADOPT a resolution in support of Bay Area Air Quality Management District Consideration of Rule 12-16. Adopted: July 5, 2016
60-16 60-16
REVIEW and ADOPT a resolution approving the Debt Policy, Swap Policy, and Cash Reserve Policy for Fiscal Year 2016-17 - Finance Department (Belinda Warner/Tracey Angelo 620-6750). Adopted: July 5, 2016
61-16 61-16
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between IAFF Local 188 and the City of Richmond, extending the existing MOU through June 30, 2022. The MOU provides employee cost sharing of OPEB (Other Post-Employment Benefits, i.e. Retiree Medical), and employee cost sharing for active employee medical benefits effective January 1, 2017, with contributions increasing in graduated amounts through July 1, 2019). Adopted: July 5, 2016
59-16 59-16
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2016-17 Appropriations Limit for the City of Richmond pursuant to Article XlllB, as amended, of the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 28, 2016
58-16 58-16
ADOPT resolutions approving the Fiscal Years 2016-21 Capital Improvement Plan. Adopted: June 28, 2016
57-16 57-16
ADOPT resolutions approving the Fiscal Year 2016-17 Operating Budget. Adopted: June 28, 2016
51-16 51-16
ADOPT a resolution amending the Point Molate Community Advisory Committee (PMCAC) Resolution 8-11 to remove the reference to special meetings when addressing automatic resignations, such that automatic resignations refer only to the absence of more than 3 regular (and not special) meetings in a 12 month period. Adopted: June 21, 2016
47-16 47-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager or his designee (the "Authorizing Resolution") to sign and file, for and on behalf of the City, a Financial Assistance Application for a financing agreement from the State Water Resources Control Board for the planning, design, and construction of the Wastewater Treatment Plant Critical Improvements Project . Adopted: June 21, 2016
48-16 48-16
ADOPT a resolution dedicating and pledging wastewater enterprise capital improvement funds (the "Pledged Revenues and Funds Resolution") to payment of any and all Clean Water State Revolving Fund financing for the Wastewater Treatment Plant Critical Improvements Project - Water Resource Recovery Department (Ryan Smith 620-5486). Adopted: June 21, 2016
49-16 49-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a two-year extension to the current five-year standing contracts for as-needed architectural, landscape architectural and structural engineering services with ten architects, eight landscape architects and three structural engineering firms for a total term of seven-years. The standing contract amounts will remain at $350,000 per firm over the seven year period. Adopted: June 21, 2016
55-16 55-16
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between International Federation of Professional and Technical Employees (IFPTE) Local 21 and the City of Richmond. This agreement will extend the existing MOU through June 30, 2019 and provides for employee cost sharing of Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB), i.e. Retiree Medical, and employee cost sharing for active employee medical benefits. Effective January 1, 2017, employees in IFPTE Local 21 will begin contributing $50 per month for OPEB, and will begin contributing $100 per month toward active employee medical benefits. Effective January 1, 2018, employees in IFPTE Local 21 will contribute an additional $50 per month toward OPEB, for a total monthly deduction of $100, and will contribute an additional $25 toward active employee medical benefits for a total monthly contribution of $125 per month. Adopted: June 21, 2016
44-16 44-16
ADOPTED a resolution authorizing the City Manager or his designee (the "Authorizing Resolution") to sign and file, for and on behalf of the City, a Financial Assistance Application for a financing agreement from the State Water Resources Control Board for the planning, design, and construction of the Sanitary Sewer Wet Weather Capacity Project. Adopted: June 21, 2016
45-16 45-16
ADOPTED a resolution dedicating and pledging wastewater enterprise capital improvement funds (the "Pledged Revenues and Funds Resolution") to payment of any and all Clean Water State Revolving Fund financing for the Sanitary Sewer Wet Weather Capacity Project. Adopted: June 21, 2016
46-16 46-16
ADOPT a resolution as official intent of the City to reimburse the State Treasury (the "Reimbursement Resolution") for costs incurred for approved critical wastewater treatment plant improvement projects within the Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan. Adopted: June 21, 2016
54-16 54-16
ADOPT resolutions to participate in Y-grene PACE programs subject to the execution of an agreement of the Y-grene program to indemnify the City (Y-grene Energy Fund SB 535). Adopted: June 21, 2016
53-16 53-16
ADOPT resolutions to participate in Y-grene PACE programs subject to the execution of an agreement of the Y-grene program to indemnify the City (Y-grene Energy Fund AB811). Adopted: June 21, 2016
52-16 52-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond participate in the California Statewide Communities Development Authority "CSCDA" Open PACE Programs, subject to the execution of an agreement of the CSCDA program to indemnify the City. Adopted: June 21, 2016
41-16 41-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: June 21, 2016
56-16 56-16
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Cybertran International, Inc. Ultra-Light Rail Transit System (ULRT) and consider co-sponsoring a regional Town Hall Meeting to introduce the ULRT system as a Global Identity Project. Adopted: June 21, 2016
43-16 43-16
ADOPTED a resolution as official intent of the City to reimburse the State Treasury (the "Reimbursement Resolution") for costs incurred for approved sanitary sewer projects within the Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan - Water Resource Recovery Department (Ryan Smith 620-5486). Adopted: June 21, 2016
42-16 42-16
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $75,000 in funding from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) awarded to the Richmond Police Department for implementation of an effective, comprehensive and strategic approach to address crime and public nuisance problems associated with problematic liquor establishments. Adopted: June 21, 2016
50-16 50-16
ADOPT a resolution calling and providing for a special municipal election to be held on November 8, 2016, for the purpose of submitting to the voters a measure to increase the City of Richmond's real estate documentary transfer tax from .7% to 1% and 1.5%, based upon the amount of the property's sale price. Adopted: June 21, 2016
40-16 40-16
ADOPT a resolution approving a proposed 3% increase in annual assessments for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District for the 2016-2017 fiscal year, based on the inflation index rate permitted under Resolution No. 83-09. Adopted: June 7, 2016
39-16 39-16
ADOPT a resolution on a proposed 3.02% increase in annual assessments for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District for the 2016-2017 fiscal year, based on the annual change in the Consumer Price Index. Adopted: June 7, 2016
38-16 38-16
ADOPT a resolution allowing the City of Richmond to levy the annual assessments of property owners subject to assessment under the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District (DRPBID) on the annual 2016-2017 property tax rolls. Adopted: June 7, 2016
37-16 37-16
ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) establishing certain fees for the proposed Master Fee Schedule and after the second reading of the ordinance, ADOPT a resolution setting the dollar amount for the new fees and adjusting the dollar amount for the current fees - Finance Department (Belinda Warner/Antonio Banuelos 620-6741). Adopted: June 7, 2016
36-16 36-16
ADOPT a Resolution Calling and Giving Notice of the holding of a Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, for the election of certain officers as required by the provisions of the Charter of the City of Richmond; requesting the Board of Supervisors of Contra Costa County to consolidate the Municipal Election with the Statewide General Election; adopt regulations for candidates pertaining to the candidates' statements submitted to the voters, cost of the candidates' statements and other fees, word limit for candidate's statement; and action to be taken for a tie vote - City Clerk's Office (Pamela Christian 620-6513). Adopted: June 7, 2016
35-16 35-16
ADOPT a resolution directing the Planning Commission to review and provide recommendations to the City Council on a Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit ordinance to be added to Article XV. Adopted May 17, 2016.
34-16 34-16
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for FY 2016-2017 for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, and announcing a public hearing concerning the proposed increased assessment on June 7, 2016, at 6:30 PM in City Council Chambers at 440 Civic Center Plaza in the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 3, 2016
33-16 33-16
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District ("HLMD"), declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the HLMD, and announcing a public hearing concerning the proposed increased assessment on June 7, 2016, at 6:30 PM in the City Council Chambers at 440 Civic Center Plaza in the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 3, 2016
32-16 32-16
ADOPT a resolution in opposition of the shipment of coal through the proposed marine terminal at the Port of Oakland, and in support of California Senate Bills 1277 and 1279 (Senator Hancock). Adopted: April 19, 2016
31-16 31-16
ADOPT a resolution supporting participation in the Institute for Local Government's Beacon Program. Adopted: April 5, 2016
30-16 30-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the examination of transactions and use tax records and APPROVE a contract amendment with MuniServices to authorize them to review said records and perform certain compliance and protective services related to the collection and payment of both the Transactions and Use Tax (Measure U) and the Utility User Tax (UUT) on the Local Prepaid Mobile Telephony Services Collection Act (AB 1717). Adopted: April 5, 2016
29-16 29-16
ADOPT a resolution to amend the Port of Richmond FMC Tariff No. 3 reflecting a 1.8% increase in tariff rates as approved by the Executive Committee of the California Association of Port Authorities (CAPA). Adopted April 5, 2016
28-16 28-16
ADOPT a resolution designating the Employment and Training Department as the America’s Job Center of Californiasm (AJCC) operator and career services provider for the Richmond Workforce Development Board pursuant to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014, and adopting the Richmond Workforce Development Board Recertification Request for Program Years 2016-18. Adopted: March 15, 2016
27-16 27-16
ADOPT a resolution approving the revision of authorized signatures for the transfer of funds from the Local Agency Investment Fund deleting old account signers and designating current authorized signers in the Finance Department. Adopted: March 15, 2016
26-16 26-16
ADOPT a resolution supporting Contra Costa County’s efforts in facilitating the financing of the Twenty-One and Twenty-Three Nevin Avenue development project, located in and approved by the City of Richmond, through the issuance of tax-exempt revenue bonds. Adopted: March 15, 2016
25-16 25-16
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council authorizing the transfer to the Successor Agency of certain properties that were conveyed to the city in 2011 and later determined to be disallowed transfers under Dissolution Law. Adopted: March 15, 2016
16-16(a) 16-16(a)
AUTHORIZE the submittal of an application for recycling programs and related authorizations for the Fiscal Year 2015-16 State Department of Resources, Recycling, and Recovery (CalRecycle); and APPROPRIATE the grant award to the City of Richmond's Environmental Initiatives Division. Adopted: March 1, 2016
22-16 22-16
ADOPT a resolution supporting seed saving within the City of Richmond and Assembly Bill 1810, The Seed Exchange Democracy Act. Adopted: March 1, 2016
24-16 24-16
ADOPT a resolution supporting the "Safety for All Act of 2016." Adopted: March 1, 2016
21-16 21-16
ADOPT a resolution to ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE $625,000 in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services awarded to the Richmond Police Department for the hiring of additional police officers and allow a $2,111,227 in-kind match over a three year period that will be budgeted accordingly. Adopted: March 1, 2016
20-16 20-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City to act as petitioner in court to initiate probate leading to the eventual sale of certain properties where: (1) the City is a creditor in probate consistent with a reduced cost legal services agreement with probate counsel; and (2) there is an indemnity agreement with Richmond Housing Restoration, LLC, the entity created by the Richmond Community Foundation for this purpose. Adopted: March 1, 2016
19-16 19-16
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $782,907 in funding from the Contra Costa County Health Services Hazardous Materials Division in support of the Richmond Fire Department Hazardous Materials Response Program, and approve a two-year interagency agreement with a term extending from July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2017. Adopted: March 1, 2016
18-16 18-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing an amnesty program for a period of 10 months, allowing businesses that have failed to pay their business license tax and transient occupancy tax (TOT), including short-term rentals, the opportunity to bring their accounts current without payment of penalties and interest. Adopted: March 1, 2016
17-16 17-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: March 1, 2016
16-16 16-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a construction contract with Ghilotti Bros., Inc., for construction of the Safe Routes to School Cycle 1 Improvements Project (Ford, Grant, King, and Lincoln elementary schools) in an amount not to exceed $587,875.75, including a 10% contingency ($53,443.25). Adopted: March 1, 2016
15-16 15-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of an agreement with The Trust for Public Land (TPL) for the design and construction of a vegetated swale, tree planting, and installation of a native plant garden as part of the Harbour to 8th Street Richmond Greenway project, with all costs covered by TPL through a Proposition 84 Urban Greening grant. Adopted: March 1, 2016
23-16 23-16
ADOPT a resolution calling for an end to the United States' economic, commercial and financial embargo against Cuba. Adopted: March 1, 2016
14-16 14-16
ADOPT a resolution approving the proposed Fiscal Year 2015-16 budget adjustments. Adopted: February 16, 2016
13-16 13-16
ADOPT a resolution revising the City of Richmond's authorized broker/dealer list to allow broker/dealers to offer the City investment instruments in accordance with Government Code Section 53601. Adopted: February 16, 2016
12-16 12-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to submit an application for the 2015 funding round of the Department of Housing and Community Development Housing-Related Parks Program and enter into a funding agreement with the State of California. Adopted: February 16, 2016
11-16 11-16
ADOPT a resolution to establish a policy for the filing of ballot arguments and directing legal and financial impartial analysis be prepared for each City measure to be submitted at the June 7, 2016, Special Municipal Election. Adopted: February 16, 2016
10-16 10-16
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for fiscal year 2016-2017 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: February 16, 2016
9-16 9-16
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for fiscal year 2016-2017 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District. Adopted: February 16, 2016
8-16 8-16
ADOPT resolution of the City Council authorizing the acceptance by the City of the certain governmental use properties owned by the former Redevelopment Agency for continued use for governmental purposes. Adopted: February 16, 2016
7-16 7-16
ADOPT a resolution opposing violence, hate crimes, and discrimination, including acts based on Islamophobic views. Adopted:January 19, 2016
6-16 6-16
ADOPT a resolution requesting that the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors deny permits for the Phillips 66 oil train off-loading facility and any construction related to the project. Adopted: January 19, 2016
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ADOPT a resolution approving the City's application for the CalRecycle Rubberized Pavement Grant Program in the amount of $70,300, and, if funds are awarded, ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the funds. Adopted: January 19, 2016
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ADOPT a resolution that requests that the Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) Board of Directors include an Alternative Technical Concept (ATC) in the Request for Proposal (RFP), and urges the WETA Board of Directors to strongly consider new technologies for the vessels which will be constructed for the Richmond-San Francisco ferry service/ Adopted: January 19, 2016
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ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's classification system to add the position of Crime Prevention Manager and delete the position of Crime Prevention Coordinator; and INTRODUCE an ordinance establishing the wages, salary and compensation for the revised and retitled classification of Crime Prevention Manager. Adopted: January 19, 2016
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ADOPT a resolution approving an "umbrella" joint use agreement by and between the City of Richmond and the West Contra Costa Unified School District to help promote efficient and effective use of public resources and to provide increased access to recreational and educational opportunities for Richmond residents. Adopted: January 19, 2016
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ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $150,000 in grant funding from the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs Bureau of Justice Assistance, awarded to the Richmond Police Department for the purchase of body-worn cameras and equipment and allow a $150,000 in-kind match. Adopted: January 12, 2016
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a Construction Agreement for the Mathieu Court Alley Greening Project with Ghilotti Bros., Inc. in the amount of $538,591, including a 15% contingency, per the plans and specifications for the project. Adopted: December 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution submitting to the City of Richmond electorate and initiative entitled “Amendment to the Richmond Municipal Code Requiring the City Manager to Publicize Compensation Paid to Exempt City Service Officials and Employees, Obligating the City Council to Set Annual Compensation for City Exempt Service Officials and Employees and Prohibiting the City Council from Compensating the City Manager in Excess of Five Times the Median Household Income for the City”. Adopted: December 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing on-call service contracts for three years, with a two year option to extend, for building plan check and inspection services with A-N West, Inc., CSG Consultants, Inc., TRB+Associates, Bureau Veritas, Interwest Consulting Group, Shums Coda Associates, and 4Leaf, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $750,000 per vendor, funded through applicant fees. Adopted: December 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Conflict of Interest Code. Adopted: December 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Lead Police Records Specialist. Adopted: December 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $81,526 in funding from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program awarded to the Richmond Police Department for the purchase of police safety equipment. Adopted: December 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of the City Council authorizing a form of novation, ISDA Master Agreement, schedule and forms of two confirmations and two termination agreements; authorizing forms of regulatory compliance documentation; authorizing the lease of certain City property; and approving the taking of all necessary or desirable actions in connection therewith. Adopted: December 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution calling on the California Public Utilities Commission to reexamine the fairness of the Power Charge Indifference Adjustment exit fee and oppose volatile increases in the fees which are charged to Community Choice Aggregation electricity customers. Adopted: December 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution endorsing the immediate initiation of Phase Two of the Valley View Project and DIRECT staff to prepare a letter in support of beginning the Valley View Campus Phase Two (demolition of the old campus) and deliver the letter to the WCCUSD Board prior to its meeting on December 9, 2016, if not possible by that time, by no later than January 6, 2016. Adopted: December 1, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving a 3% annual cost of living increase, in addition to the 2% minimum cost of living increase, for the recipients of the General Pension Fund, for a total annual cost of living increase of 5% for these recipients. Adopted: December 1, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between SEIU Local 1021 Part-Time Bargaining Unit and the City of Richmond. The MOU will be effective from July 1, 2013, through March 31, 2016, and provides for a one-time 3% salary increase effective July 1, 2015. Adopted: December 1, 2015
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RECEIVE a report regarding the impacts of the initiative to amend the Richmond General Plan 2030 to allow a 59 unit single family detached project on a site south of the intersection of Marina Way South and Hall Drive (the
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ADOPT a resolution incorporating a No Alphabet Soup (acronyms) practice at City Council meetings. Adopted: November 24, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the mayor to: (1) act as an alternate when both a primary and alternate member of an external or regional board, commission or committee - or as a primary member when there is no designated alternative - is unable to attend a meeting; and (2) if the mayor is unable to attend as an alternate or there is more than one temporary vacancy, authorize the mayor to appoint any City Council member as an alternate for a specific meeting. Adopted: November 24, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution opposing the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement, the Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA) and the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) in their current forms as a supplement to City of Richmond Resolution 17-15. Adopted: November 17, 2015
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APPROVE a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond supporting the reactivation and reformation of the Urban Forest Advisory Committee. Adopted: November 17, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving a Letter of Agreement between the City of Richmond and Veolia Water North America for the operation and maintenance of the Moody Underpass Pump Station on a periodic month-to-month basis for a period of no more than four (4) months, subject to termination by either party upon thirty days prior to written notice in an amount not to exceed $6,601 per month - Utilities Department (Ryan Smith 620-5486). Adopted: November 17, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of the City Council approving the issuance of not to exceed $40,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority’s Lease Revenue Bonds, authorizing the forms and directing the execution and delivery of a site lease, a facility lease, a bond purchase contract, an official statement, and a continuing disclosure agreement; authorizing forms of termination agreements and directing the termination of an interest rate swap and option on interest rate swap associated with the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority’s Civic Center Lease Revenue Bonds Series 2009; authorizing a novation of two interest rate swaps associated with the City’s Pension Funding Bonds Series 2005B-1 and Series 2005B-2, directing the execution of an amended and restated schedule and two confirmations related thereto; and approving the taking of all necessary actions in connection therewith. Adopted: November 17, 2105
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ADOPT a resolution changing the name of the "Richmond Workforce Investment Board" to the "Richmond Workforce Development Board" as required by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014, and adopting the Richmond Workforce Development Board Bylaws to reflect changes in the federal law. Adopted: November 3, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: November 3, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute a Letter of Agreement between the City of Richmond and Veolia Water North America for the operation and maintenance of the recently-constructed wet weather storage facility at the wastewater treatment plant for a period not to exceed six (6) months, or until such time the City and Veolia can negotiate a contract amendment, whichever is sooner, in an amount not to exceed $23,446 per month. Adopted: November 3, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing action to be taken under the Richmond Municipal Code, Section 14.28.010 to establish stop controls to regulate vehicular movements at 6 designated intersections. Adopted: October 20, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing action to be taken under the Richmond Municipal Code, Section 14.28.010 to establish four-way stop controls at 28 designated intersections. Adopted: October 20, 2015
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(1) ADOPT a resolution adopting a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and approving a Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map and Design Review Permit to construct a 193-unit mixed-use development at 830 Marina Way South, subject to conditions; and (2) INTRODUCE an ordinance rezoning the Baywalk Mixed-Use Development site from Industrial/Office Flex (M-1) to Planned Area District (PA). Adopted: October 6, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution providing for the issuance of one or more series of City of Richmond Pension Obligation Bonds, approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery of a first supplemental indenture and termination of interest rate swap agreements related thereto, and authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith. These actions will authorize the refunding of a portion of the outstanding 2005 Pension Funding Bonds, and fund a termination of the interest rate swaps relating to the 2005 Pension Funding Bonds, by issuing Taxable Pension Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2015A. Adopted: October 6, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing (1) the execution of Service Contract No. 75LX276 with the California Department of Transportation for the provision of a grant of $260,550 from the Section 130 Railway-Highways Crossing Program for the Cutting/Carlson Boulevard Grade Crossing Improvements Phase II Project, and (2) amendment of the 2015/16-2019/20 CIP Budget to accept and add $260,550 in Section 130 Railway Highways Crossing Program funds to be appropriated to the Cutting/Carlson Boulevard Grade Crossing Improvements Phase II Project. Adopted: October 6, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of the City Council authorizing the city manager to execute documents to release Neighborhood House of North Richmond from a $285,000 Community Development Block Grant loan obligation to the city, allowing for the sale of this Property, finding that (a) the national objective in 24 CFR 570.208, and (b) the public benefit standards at 24 CFR 570.209(b) were both met through service to homeless or low and moderate income individuals. Adopted: October 6, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of the City Council authorizing the city manager to execute a Cooperation Agreement between the City of Richmond and the County of Contra Costa to become a co-participant of the Contra Costa CDBG Urban County, which will allow the City of Richmond to continue to receive CDBG Program funds for eligible affordable housing and public service activities under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended. Adopted: October 6, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute a Consortium Agreement between the City of Richmond and the County of Contra Costa to allow the City of Richmond to join the Contra Costa County HOME Investment Partnership Program Consortium as a co-participant, which will allow the City of Richmond to continue to receive HOME funds for eligible affordable housing activities under the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act of 1990, as amended by the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992. Adopted: October 6, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing participation by both the Atchison Village Mutual Homes Corporation and Villa Mira Vista Homeowners Association in the City's private sewer lateral grant program, and award private sewer lateral grants to these developments in a manner that is consistent with the current grant program guidelines. Adopted: October 6, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving the 2014-2015 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for submission to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: September 22, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution amending the 2010-2015 Consolidated Plan to use the entire 2014 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) allocation for the prepayment of 1999 Section 108 loans and use $851,401 in unused CDBG funds from Fiscal Years 2011, 2012 and 2013 for the activities presented in the July 21, 2015, Public Hearing and approved by the City Council on that date. Adopted: September 22, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving the South Richmond Transportation Connectivity Plan. Adopted: September 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing the Examination of Prepaid Mobile Telephony Services Surcharge and Local Charge Records. Adopted: September 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of the of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing City Manager and City Attorney to execute agreement with the State Board of Equalization for implementation of the Local Prepaid Mobile Telephony Services Collection Act. Adopted: September 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $497,292 in grant funds from the Cal Fire Urban and Community Forestry Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund, and APPROVE a contract with Groundwork Richmond for community outreach, training, project management, tree-planting and maintenance in an amount not to exceed $187,000. The contract term will be from October 1, 2015, to December 31, 2017. Adopted: September 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of intention to amend the contract between the California Public Employees' Retirement System and the Richmond City Council for employees sharing additional costs of three percent for classic local safety members in Richmond Fire Management Association (RFMA), International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 188 (Local 188) and Richmond Police Management Association (RPMA). Adopted: September 15, 2015
91-15 91-15
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $87,552 in funding from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program awarded to the Richmond Police Department for the purchase of 122 ballistic vests for sworn personnel. Adopted: September 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing state-reimbursed overtime and portal to portal pay for City of Richmond firefighters assigned to a state emergency incident . Adopted: September 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to accept and appropriate $223,022 in the annual Measure H funding from the Contra Costa County Health Services Division, and APPROVE a one-year interagency agreement from July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016, with the Contra Costa County Health Services Division to support the Fire Department's Emergency Medical Services Program. Adopted: September 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $727,553 in grant funds from the State Proposition 84 Grant for "Greening the Last Mile" Project on the Richmond Greenway; and APPROVE a contract with The Watershed Project to complete community outreach, design, and the project management phase of the "Greening the Last Mile" Project on the Richmond Greenway in an amount not to exceed $180,430. The contract term will be from October 1, 2015, to December 31, 2016. Adopted: September 15, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of not to exceed $35,000,000 City of Richmond, California, 2015-2016 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes; approving the forms of and directing the distribution of a Note Purchase Agreement, an Official Statement and a Continuing Disclosure Certificate and a Custody Agreement; delegating to Officers of the City authorization to negotiate a sale or placement of said notes; and authorizing taking of necessary actions and execution of necessary documents. Adopted: August 3, 2015
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RECEIVE a presentation on the proposed 10-year Environmental and Community Investment Agreement (ECIA) budget; (2) ADOPT a resolution revising the ECIA budget for FY 2015-16; (3) AUTHORIZE the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Chevron to establish an administrative plan for the Richmond Promise consistent with the guidelines of the ECIA; and (4) AUTHORIZE the City Manager to enter administrative service contracts as required to ensure the scholarship is available to seniors graduating in 2016. Adopted: August 3, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution opposing the proposed West County Detention Facility Project. Adopted: August 3, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving a report of sewer service charges for FY2015/16, and allowing for the sanitary and stormwater fees to be collected on the annual 2015-2016 tax rolls. Adopted: August 3, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid invoices related to administrative citations, nuisance abatement costs, and foreclosure ordinance fines pursuant to Richmond Municipal Code Chapters 9.22, 6.38, 9.50 and 2.63. Adopted: August 3, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving funding recommendations of unspent Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from Fiscal Year 2011-2013, in the amount of $851,401, with funding to be used for local nonprofit organizations and City programs supporting the priorities identified in the adopted Five-Year Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan, which include affordable housing, homeless prevention, community development, improvements to public infrastructure and accessibility. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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HOLD a public hearing and ADOPT a resolution approving a 3% increase to the annual assessments for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District for the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year, based on the annual change in the Consumer Price Index. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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HOLD a public hearing and ADOPT a resolution approving a 2.53% increase to the annual assessments for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District for the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year, based on the annual change in the Consumer Price Index. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT an ordinance (second reading) establishing certain fees for the proposed Master Fee Schedule and, after the second reading of the ordinance, ADOPT a resolution setting the dollar amount for the new fees and adjusting the dollar amount for current fees. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of the City Council approving the City of Richmond Policy and Procedures Manual for Grants and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Guidelines and the HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Guidelines. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute loan documents between the City and the RHA Housing Corporation, which will include a loan agreement, deed of trust and promissory note, to effectuate a loan utilizing the City's Successor Housing Fund, unspent Section 108 Iron Triangle loan proceeds and in-lieu funds for the RAD rehabilitation projects, in an amount not to exceed $1,900,000. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution affirming the City Council's June 16, 2015, decision to deny the appeal of Chung Yeung Yiu, and affirm the Planning Commission's approval of the 289-unit Nevin Homes Residential Project located on Nevin Avenue, between 21st and 23rd Streets. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving service contracts with CSG Consultants, Inc. and Interwest Consulting Group for as-needed services for an amount not to exceed $750,000 per firm, over a three-year period, with an option to extend each contract for one year. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving an additional 10% contingency in the amount of $924,110 to the Remediation and Abatement Agreement with Pacific States Environmental Contractors, Inc. to provide additional remediation and abatement services at the Pt. Molate former United States Naval Fuel Depot IR Site 3, for a total payment amount not to exceed $11,551,369. Funds for remediation come from the 2008 Early Transfer and Cooperative Agreement (ETCA) with the United States Navy. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving an amendment to the Marina Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District budget to utilize $70,000.00 in surplus District reserve funds to complete several capital improvement projects at the Marina, as requested by the Marina Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District Advisory Committee. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to enter into an agreement with the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office, appointed by the California Office of Emergency Services as the fiduciary agent, to accept grant funds awarded under the State Homeland Security Grant Program for purchase of marine response equipment, in an amount not to exceed $25,000. Adopted: July 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments totaling $447,190.64 for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: July 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving standing contracts for mold and asbestos remediation services with Plant Hazardous Services; Cal Inc.; Paul Davis; and A&J Quality Services in an amount not to exceed $100,000.00 per firm per year over a three-year period, with an option to extend the contracts for two years. Adopted: July 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a contract with Ghilotti Bros., Inc. for construction of the Cutting/Carlson Grade Crossing Improvements Phase I Project in an amount not to exceed $467,420.00. Adopted: July 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving the 2015-16 Appropriations Limit for the City of Richmond pursuant to Article XIIIB, as amended, of the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 30, 2015
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ADOPT resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2015-16 Capital Improvement Plan. Adopted: June 30, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2015-16 Operating Budget. Adopted: June 30, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution in support of SCA 5 (Hancock, Mitchell), the Property Tax Fairness Amendment, to close the commercial property loophole in Proposition 13 while protecting small businesses and maintaining protections for residential properties. Adopted: June 23, 2015
63-15 63-15
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of Measure J 2012 & 2013 "Growth Management Program Compliance Checklist" to the Contra Costa County Transportation Authority (CCTA) to allow the City of Richmond to receive its allocation of FY 2013-14 & 2014-15 Local Street Maintenance and Improvement Funds. Adopted: June 16, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with six (6) planning consulting firms (Douglas Herring & Associates; Environmental Science Associates [ESA]; LIGHT Planning, Permitting & Green Building Services; LSA Associates, Inc.; Lisa Wise Consulting, Inc.; and Pacific Municipal Consultants [PMC]) for as-needed services in an amount not to exceed $250,000 per firm over a three-year period, with an option to extend the contracts for one year. Adopted: June 16, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving standing contracts for as-needed transportation engineering services with four firms (Alta Planning & Design, Fehr & Peers, Pang Ho & Associates, W-Trans) in an amount not to exceed $450,000 per firm over a three-year period, with an option to extend the contracts for two years. Adopted: June 16, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution allowing the City of Richmond to levy the property tax rolls of property owners subject to assessment under the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District (DRPBID) on the annual 2015-2016 property tax rolls. Adopted: June 16, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution to amend the Port of Richmond Tariff FMC No. 3, reflecting a 1.5% increase in tariff rates as approved by the Executive Committee of the California Association of Port Authorities (CAPA). Adopted: June 16, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the issuance of not to exceed $3,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Social Impact Bonds (Richmond Housing Rehabilitation Project) Taxable 2015 Series A. Adopted: June 2, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution establishing the Richmond Tourism Marketing District. Adopted: June 2, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution to approve the issuance of multifamily housing revenue obligations by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority in an amount not to exceed $15,000,000, in connection with multifamily housing revenue obligations to Levy Affiliated Holdings. Adopted: June 2, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager and Police Chief to execute reoccurring law enforcement services contracts for fiscal years 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, and 2017-2018 with Contra Costa County and the State of California at an aggregate annual amount of $651,000. Adopted: June 2, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of intention amending the contract between the California Public Employee's Retirement System and the Richmond City Council for employees sharing additional costs of three percent for classic local safety members in Richmond Police Officers' Association. Adopted: June 2, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving standing contracts for as-needed electrical contractor services for high voltage and major electrical projects in an amount not to exceed $100,000 per year, per contractor over a three year period, with an option to extend the contracts for two years. Adopted: June 2, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with CEQA and NEPA consulting firms (15 firms referenced in resolution) for as-needed services for an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 per firm over a three-year period, with an option to extend the contracts for one year. Adopted: June 2, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution in support of the Space Preservation Act and the Space Preservation Treaty to permanently ban space-based weapons. Adopted: May 19, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution adopting the Addendum to the Richmond General Plan 2030 EIR and the draft 5th Cycle Housing Element Update. Adopted: May 19, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution adopting the Yellow Brick Road Iron Triangle Walkable Neighborhood Plan as an appendix to the City of Richmond Pedestrian Plan. Adopted: May 19, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution opposing mining, export and burning of coal, and the transportation of coal and petroleum coke ("petcoke") along California waterways and through densely populated areas including the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 19, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution supporting increased local, state and federal regulation of the storage and handling of coal and petroleum coke ("petcoke"); calling on the Bay Area Air Quality Management District board to regulate air quality as it pertains to the storage, handling, and transportation of coal and petcoke; and directing staff to research similar pollution mitigation measures. Adopted: May 19, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution defining the role of City Council members appointed to serve as liaisons for City boards, commissions and committees. Adopted: May 19, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving the Five Year Consolidated Plan and authorizing its submittal to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: May 5, 2015
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ADOPT a Resolution of Intention to Disestablish the Richmond Tourism Business Improvement District. Adopted: May 5, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving the FY 2015-2016 Engineer's Report for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, and announcing a public hearing about the proposed increased assessment on June 16, 2015. Adopted: May 5, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving the FY 2015-2016 Engineer's Report for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District. Adopted: May 5, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving standing contracts for as-needed engineering design services with six firms (A-N West, BKF Engineers, Harris & Associates, Mark Thomas & Company, NCE, and PSOMAS). Adopted: May 5, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to negotiate and execute an amendment to the existing loan documents between the City of Richmond and the RHA Housing Corporation. Adopted: April 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing execution of the First Amendment to the Construction Agreement for the Plunge Bay Trail Gap Closure Project with W.R. Forde Associates, increasing the payment limit by $48,220. Adopted: April 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing execution of a contract with A-N West, Inc., to modify and update the plans and specifications for the Richmond-Ohlone Greenway Gap Closure Project and to provide engineering services during construction. Adopted: April 21, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of a grant application to Cal Fire for funding under the Urban Forestry Grant Program, "Green Trees for the Golden State", as provided through the California Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund and/or USDA Forest Service Federal Funds. Adopted: April 21, 2015
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ADOPT resolutions approving and authorizing amendment of the 2014-2015 CIP Budget to appropriate $90,000 in MLK Community Center insurance claim proceeds for schematic design of the MLK Community Center. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution, Order of Vacation No. 909, vacating South Hampton Court south of Lancaster Drive in the Westridge Apartments Development - Engineering Services Department. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving a contract for design and environmental services with BKF Engineers in an amount not to exceed $155,761, to be funded by the ABAG Bay Trail Planning Grant funds and Measure U proceeds. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution to extend the limited parking restriction and enforcement to from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m., seven days-a-week along 23rd Street between Bissell Avenue and Maricopa Avenue. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT resolutions approving and authorizing the execution of a contract with Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects in an amount not to exceed $80,000 for schematic design of the MLK Community Center. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the application for funds to the State of California Strategic Growth Council (SGC) under the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program for funding. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution in support of providing financial services at United States Post Offices, as recommended by the Inspector General of the United States Post Office. Adopted: April 7, 2015
32-15 32-15
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to revise and re-title the classification of Crime Analysis Assistant to Crime Analysis Technician. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a funding agreement with the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) for a grant of $63,000 in Bay Trail Planning Grants funds. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution of intention to establish the Richmond Tourism Marketing District (RTMD), and set the public meeting date on May 5, 2015, and the public hearing date on the establishment of the RTMD for June 2, 2015. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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AOPT a resolution approving the 2015 Continuity of Government City Council Standby Officers. Adopted: April 7, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution approving the 2015 Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). Adopted: April 7, 2015
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Joint resolution of the City Council and the Successor Agency Board authorizing the application for funds to the State of California Strategic Growth Council (SGC) under the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program. Adopted: April 7, 2015 Successor Agency Reso. No. 15-3.
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ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with two firms (Lisa's Word Processing [transcription] and Language People [translation]) for as-needed transcription and translation services, in not to exceed $100,000 per firm over a five-year period. Adopted: March 17, 2015
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ADOPT a resolution renewing standing orders/outline agreements for technology related goods and services from ESRI in an amount not to exceed $25,000 per year for fiscal years 2014-2015 through 2016-2017. Adopted: March 17, 2015
25-15 25-15
ADOPT a resolution supporting California Senate Bill 203, and DIRECT staff to send a copy of the resolution to California State Senator William Monning, California State Senator Loni Hancock, and California Assemblymember Tony Thurmond. Adopted: March 3, 2015
24-15 24-15
ADOPT a resolution approving the proposed FY2014-15 budget adjustments. Adopted: March 3, 2015
23-15 23-15
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of San Pablo for the design and construction of the San Pablo Avenue Complete Streets Project. Adopted: March 3, 2015
22-15 22-15
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Deputy Fire Chief. Adopted: March 3, 2015
21-15 21-15
ADOPT a Resolution of Intention to vacate the cul-de-sac at South Hampton Court within the property of Westridge Apartments, previously owned by Richmond Housing Authority, at the request of current property owners Menlo Westridge Affordable Partners, and set the public hearing on the matter for April 7, 2015. Adopted: March 3, 2015
20-15 20-15
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: March 3, 2015
19-15(a) 19-15(a)
DIRECT city employees to stop using all pesticides in weed abatement activities for the next twelve months; to immediately cease purchasing pesticides and properly dispose of current pesticides following the city's hazardous waste disposal protocols. Adopted: February 24, 2015
19-15 19-15
ADOPT a resolution that calls on Chevron to cooperate in a safe and orderly shutdown of the Chevron Richmond Refinery in the event that its permanent employees, who operate the Chevron Richmond Refinery, exercise their right to refuse work should a strike occur. Adopted: February 17, 2015
18-15 18-15
ADOPT a resolution in support of establishing a Community Benefits Agreement with the UC Berkeley Global Campus. Adopted: February 17, 2015
17-15 17-15
The matter to adopt a resolution opposing the fast-track of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement, the Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA) and the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA). Adopted: February 17, 2015
16-15 16-15
ADOPT a resolution declaring our intent to communicate with the major owners of delinquent loans in regard to a nonprofit program to acquire troubled mortgages, save homes from foreclosure, and create affordable housing. Adopted: February 17, 2015
15-15 15-15
ADOPT a resolution to support and endorse the 2015 Annual Homeless Workforce conference by waiving the rental fee for the use of the Richmond Memorial Auditorium. Adopted: February 17, 2015
14-15 14-15
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Final Report for the Richmond Livable Corridors Sustainable Communities Strategy Planning Grant Project and certifying it as complete and accurate. Adopted: February 17, 2015
13-15 13-15
ADOPT a resolution approving standing contracts for as-needed construction management services for capital improvement project work with three Richmond engineering firms (The Hanna Group, BKF Engineers, and Ghirardelli Associates) in an amount not to exceed $600,000 per firm over a three-year period, with an option to extend the contracts for two years. Adopted: February 17, 2015
12-15 12-15
ADOPT a resolution approving agreements with the California State Board of Equalization to provide for the collection of the extra half-cent sales tax that was approved by Richmond voters in the November 4, 2014, election. Adopted: February 17, 2015
11-15 11-15
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for fiscal year 2015-2016 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: February 17, 2015
10-15 10-15
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for fiscal year 2015-2016 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District. Adopted: February 17, 2015
9-15 9-15
WITHDRAWN
8-15 8-15
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Assistant City Clerk. Adopted: February 3, 2015
7-15 7-15
ADOPT a resolution eliminating the Public Safety and Finance Standing Committees. Adopted: January 20, 2015
6-15 6-15
ADOPT a resolution granting the appeal by the Richmond Recreation Department of the Historic Preservation Commission's determination to list the former American Red Cross Administration Building on the Richmond Historic Register. Adopted: January 20, 2015
5-15 5-15
ADOPTED a resolution authorizing the city manager or his designee to execute three Grant of Easement and Agreements that will cure property conditions by providing the following: City will receive one easement to a portion of the existing driveway on the adjacent private property and the City will grant two easements in order to cure the use of driveway and portion of property for a trash enclosure located on these properties commonly known as 11965 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito, CA and APN 513-340-046 on San Pablo Avenue. Adopted: January 20, 2015
4-15 4-15
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of an application to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) for a grant to fund four new electronic bicycle lockers for installation at the Family Justice Center project. Adopted: January 20, 2015
3-15 3-15
ADOPT a resolution approving an application to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) for the Transportation Development Act Article 3 Pedestrian and Bicycle Funding for fiscal year 2015-2016 and, if funds are awarded, ACCEPT and APPROPRIATE the funds. Adopted: January 20, 2015
2-15 2-15
ADOPT A RESOLUTION OF INTENTION amending the contract with the California Public Employee's Retirement System for employees sharing additional costs of 2 percent for all
1-15 1-15
ADOPT a resolution to approve the proposed financing by the RHA. The proceeds of the Bonds will be used to: (1) finance the rehabilitation of 156 units of affordable housing at Friendship Manor and Triangle Court; and (2) pay certain expenses incurred in connection with the issuance of the Bonds. Adopted: January 5, 2015
112-14 112-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of the United States Justice Department's continued civil rights investigations into the policing practices of the Ferguson Police Department in Missouri and the shooting of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson. Adopted: December 16, 2014.
111-14 111-14
ADOPT a resolution to continue the City of Richmond Annual International Women's Day celebration. Adopted: December 16, 2014.
110-14 110-14
ADOPT a resolution certifying the Bottoms Project Final Environmental Impact Report. Adopted: December 16, 2014.
109-14 109-14
ADOPT a resolution consenting to the inclusion of certain properties within the City of Richmond in the Figtree Property Assessed Clean Energy and Job Creation Program ("Figtree PACE"), provided through the California Enterprise Development Authority joint powers authority. Adopted: December 16, 2014
107-14 107-14
ADOPT a resolution renewing the City's application to participate in CaliforniaFIRST Property Accessed Clean Energy program. Adopted: December 16, 2014.
106-14 106-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of Doctors Medical Center's (DMC's) proposed
105-14 105-14
ADOPT a resolution Declaring the Canvass of Returns and Result of the General Municipal Election held on November 4, 2014. Adopted: December 16, 2014
104-14 104-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of an agreement between the Cities of Richmond and Hercules to apportion Measure J Program 22b funds for ferry service in West County. Adopted: December 16, 2014
103-14 103-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Cooperative Agreement No. 07W.04 with the Contra Costa Transportation Authority providing for the operation, maintenance, and reimbursement of costs among all partner agencies related to the I-80 Integrated Corridor Mobility (ICM) components. Adopted: December 16 2014
108-14 108-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to become a member of the Western Riverside Council of Governments Joint Powers Authority (
102-14 102-14
ADOPT a resolution supporting the "My Brother's Keeper" initiative to help young men and women of color stay on track to graduate from high school and college, and become productive citizens and future leaders. Adopted: December 2, 2014
101-14 101-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the installation of four-way stop signs at intersections along 35th Street for both Solano Avenue and Clinton Avenue in the North and East neighborhood. Adopted: December 2, 2014
100-14 100-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to accept and appropriate grant funds in the amount of $466,578 from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS/FEMA) Port Security Grant Program (Award #EMW-2012-PU-00343) to be used for the Fire Department's Marine Response Program. Adopted: December 2, 2014
99-14 99-14
ADOPT a resolution approving a "Cooperative Agreement" to allocate Measure J, Program 28b funds for projects and programs identified in the agreement and approved by the West Contra Costa Transportation Authority. Adopted: December 2, 2014
98-14 98-14
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with Amerinational Community Services for loan servicing services, including servicing the Home Improvement Loan Program loan portfolio, in an amount not to exceed $40,000 and for a term ending December 31, 2016. Adopted: November 18, 2014
97-14 97-14
ADOPT a resolution approving a 3% annual cost-of-living increase, in addition to the 2% minimum cost-of-living increase, for the recipients of the General Pension Fund, for a total annual cost-of-living increase of 5% for these recipients. Adopted: November 18, 2014
96-14 96-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: November 18, 2014
95-14 95-14
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency approving and accepting the transfer of the southernmost segment of Marina Way South (Assessor's Parcel Number 560-181-099) from the Successor Agency to the City of Richmond. Adopted: November 18, 2014
94-14 94-14
ADOPT a resolution calling on the Bay Area Air Quality Management District board to review the Kinder Morgan and, if feasible, revoke the permit and subject the project to a complete CEQA process. Adopted: October 28, 2014
92-14 92-14
ADOPT a resolution to implement provisions of the General Plan 2030 relative to community trails. Adopted: October 21, 2014
91-14 91-14
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond to regulate development of parcels with creeks. Adopted: October 21, 2014
90-14 90-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the amendment of the 2013-2015 Biennial Budget to increase expenditures for budget line item Plunge Bay Trail Gap Closure Project. Adopted: October 21, 2014
89-14 89-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a grant-funded and Cosco Busan settlement-funded contract with W.R. Ford Associates for construction of the Plunge Bay Trail Gap Closure Project. Adopted: October 21, 2014
88-14 88-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the transfer of $75,000 from the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District reserve funds to perform two proposed capital improvement beautification projects along the Richmond Parkway, including at the southwest corner at San Pablo Avenue and Richmond Parkway. Adopted: October 7, 2014
87-14 87-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Section 108 Loan Program and HOME Investment Partnership Program loan agreements and related documents with the RHA Housing Corporation for the Triangle Court and Friendship Manor Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) rehabilitation projects. Adopted: October 7, 2014
86-14 86-14
ADOPT a resolution confirming the City of Richmond Investment Policy, consistent with guidelines established by the California Municipal Treasurer's Association (CMTA). Adopted: October 7, 2014
85-14 85-14
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $83,891 in funding from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program awarded to the Richmond Police Department. Adopted: October 7, 2014
84-14 84-14
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $50,000 in State of California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Grant Assistance Program (GAP) funds awarded to the Richmond Police Department and San Pablo Police Department. Adopted: October 7, 2014
83-14 83-14
ADOPT a resolution directing staff to work with the Richmond Community Foundation and its legal and financial team to prepare proceedings in connection with the issuance of social impact bonds for this program. Adopted: September 23, 2014
82-14 82-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2013-2014 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for submission to the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: September 23, 2014
80-14 80-14
ADOPT a resolution calling upon the federal government to stop the non-therapeutic use of antibiotics on factory farms. Adopted: September 16, 2014
79-14 79-14
ADOPT a resolution urging the City of Richmond to support efforts at the Congressional level to address the growing humanitarian crisis of unaccompanied children fleeing violence from Central America. Adopted: September 16, 2014
78-14 78-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Richmond Police Activities League (RPAL) mentor program. Adopted: September 16, 2014
75-14 75-14
ADOPT a resolution amending the Recreation Department Budget, adding a $220 donation from the parents of the May Valley Community Center for the Kids in Motion Summer Camp Program, and $220 in expenditures for transportation services for field trips to Contra Loma Park and Cull Canyon Park. Adopted: September 16, 2014
81-14 81-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of a partnership between the City of Richmond and the Men and Women of Purpose. Adopted: September 16, 2014
77-14 77-14
ADOPT a resolution approving a Conditional Use Permit to construct residential units as part of Phase 2 of the Anchorage at Marina Bay subdivision project. Adopted: September 16, 2014
76-14 76-14
ADOPT a resolution renewing standing orders/outline agreements for technology related goods and services from AT&T; CompuCom; Dell Inc.; HP; R-Computer; Nonagon; and KRAY in an amount not to exceed $250,000 per year per vendor for a period of five years. Adopted: September 16, 2014
74-14 74-14
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to reassign the classification of Risk Manager to Exempt and Confidential Management. Adopted: September 16, 2014
73-14 73-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the City of Richmond's Appropriations Limit for 2014-15, and the adjusted Appropriations Limit for 2005-06 and 2006-07, pursuant to Article XIIIB, as amended, of the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: September 16, 2014
72-14 72-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to allow both the Atchison Village Mutual Homes Corporation and St. John's Apartments the opportunity to participate in the City's private sewer lateral grant program. Adopted: September 16, 2014
71-14 71-14
Adopt a resolution establishing a master fee schedule for the services rendered by City Departments. Adopted: July 30, 2014
70-14 70-14
ADOPT a resolution urging Contra Costa County to integrate Doctor's Medical Center into the Contra Costa Health Services to provide health care to the residents of Richmond and the greater West Contra Costa County. Adopted: July 30, 2014
69-14 69-14
ADOPT a resolution approving a report of sewer service charges for Fiscal Year 2014-15, and authorizing sanitary sewer and stormwater fees to be collected on the annual 2014-2015 tax rolls. Adopted: July 30, 2014
68-14 68-14
ADOPT a resolution limiting the amount of time that Councilmembers have to ask questions. Adopted: July 30, 2014
65-14 65-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid invoices related to administrative citations, nuisance abatement costs, and foreclosure ordinance fines. Adopted: July 29, 2014
64-14 64-14
ADOPT a resolution allowing the City of Richmond to levy an assessment on properties subject to assessment under the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District (DRPBID) and place this levy on the annual 2014-2015 property tax rolls. Adopted: July 29, 2014
63-14 63-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the placement of Craig S. Meltzner & Associates, CSG Advisors, and Laurin Associates on the list of qualified financial consultants to provide underwriting, subsidy and financial layering analysis for Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-funded projects. Adopted: July 29, 2014
67-14 67-14
ADOPT a resolution deciding the appeal of the Planning Commission Resolution 14-12, approving the Conditional Use Permit and Design Review Permit for Project Alternative 11, including Conditions of Approval and directing the city manager to enter into an Environmental and Community Investment Agreement with Chevron. Adopted: July 29, 2014
66-14 66-14
ADOPT a resolution deciding the appeal of Planning Commission Resolution 14-11, certifying the Chevron Final Environmental Impact Report, adopting Findings, adopting a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and directing the city manager to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Adopted: July 29, 2014
62-14(a) 62-14(a)
ADOPT a resolution establishing a Richmond Youth Council. Adopted: July 22, 2014
62-14 62-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager and police chief to execute recurring contracts for Fiscal Years 2014-2015, 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 with Contra Costa County and the State of California at an aggregate annual amount of $551,000. Adopted: July 15, 2014
61-14 61-14
ADOPT a resolution to amend the Port of Richmond Tariff FMC No. 3 reflecting a 1.8% increase in tariff rates as adopted by the California Association of Port Authorities (CAPA) Tariffs and Practices Committee Members. Adopted: July 15, 2014
60-14 60-14
ADOPT a resolution to approve the proposed financing by the CMFA in relation to the improvements at Westridge at Hilltop by Menlo Westridge Affordable Partners, LP. Adopted: July 1, 2014
59-14 59-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: July 1, 2014
58-14 58-14
ADOPT a resolution regarding transition procedures for the Chevron Modernization Project. Adopted: June 17, 2014
57-14 57-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of increasing Electric Vehicle usage and direct staff to seek grant funding to implement the Electri-City pilot project. Adopted: June 17, 2014
56-14 56-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of interpreting and implementing State of California Policy as enacted in "The Solar Rights Act." Adopted: June 17, 2014
55-14 55-14
ADOPT a resolution establishing annual assessments for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District for the 2014-2015 Fiscal Year, including a proposed 2.45% increase in the assessments based on the annual change in the Consumer Price Index. Adopted: June 17, 2014
54-14 54-14
ADOPT a Resolution Calling and Providing for a Special Municipal Election to be held on November 4, 2014, for the purpose of submitting to the voters a measure to adopt a one-half cent Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax, and approving an ordinance authorizing the general tax to be submitted to the voters. Adopted: June 17, 2014
53-14 53-14
ADOPT a Resolution Calling and Giving Notice of the holding of a Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, for the election of certain officers as required by the provisions of the Charter of the City of Richmond. Adopted: June 17, 2014
52-14 52-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the application for grant funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development's (HCD) CalHome Program to provide rehabilitation loans to low income households. Adopted: June 17, 2014
51-14 51-14
ADOPT a resolution acknowledging and accepting completion of the grant-funded Security and First Responders Municipal Fiber Optic Network Project by the Port of Richmond. Adopted: June 17, 2014
50-14 50-14
ADOPT a resolution acknowledging and accepting completion of the grant-funded High-Mast Security Lighting Project by the Port of Richmond. Adopted: June 17, 2014
49-14 49-14
ADOPT a resolution acknowledging and accepting completion of the grant-funded Shipyard No. 3 Bay Trail Improvements Project by the Port of Richmond. Adopted: June 17, 2014
48-14 48-14
ADOPT a resolution of the City of Richmond approving the sale of an option to enter into an interest-rate-swap agreement by the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority in connection with the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds (Civic Center Project), Series 2009; authorizing the forms of and directing the execution and delivery of an amended confirmation and a second amendment to indenture. Adopted: June 17, 2014
47-14 47-14
ADOPT a resolution directing staff to present a study session within 120 days on prospective policies to assist with maintaining affordable rental housing. Adopted: June 3, 2014
46-14 46-14
ADOPT a resolution urging the Planning Commission to take action on the Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR), Conditional Use Permit (CUP), and related Project entitlements associated with the Chevron Modernization Project. Adopted: June 3, 2014
45-14 45-14
ADOPT a resolution establishing annual assessments for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District for the 2014-2015 Fiscal Year. Adopted: June 3, 2014
44-14 44-14
ADOPT a resolution expressing the City of Richmond’s support for the passage of State Assembly Bill 1999 (Atkins), The California Economic Development and Historic Tax Credit Act. Adopted: June 3, 2014
43-14 43-14
ADOPT a resolution to increase expenditures for the Recreation Department budget based on $3,300 in additional grant funding received from the Northern Tennis Foundation. Adopted: June 3, 2014
42-14 42-14
ADOPT a resolution to approve the proposed financing by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA). Adopted: May 20, 2014
41-14 41-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of City of Richmond, California, 2014/2015 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes in an amount not to exceed $35,000,000. Adopted: May 20, 2014
40-14 40-14
ADOPT a resolution to protect the Coastal Prairie at the Richmond Field Station. Adopted: May 13, 2014
39-14 39-14
ADOPT a resolution amending Richmond's Policy Against Workplace Harassment to: specify time frame for initiating and concluding investigations, and provide for notification to all involved parties. Adopted: May 13, 2014
38-14 38-14
ADOPT a resolution to refer to the Planning Commission Consideration of Revocation for an electronic sign at Pacific East Mall. Adopted: May 13, 2014
37-14 37-14
ADOPT a resolution accepting and appropriating $77,177.30 of Community Transformation Grant funds to the City Manager's Office for work with Contra Costa Health Services and Youth Enrichment Strategies. Adopted: May 6, 2014
36-14 36-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of the San Francsico Bay Area Water Trail. Adopted: May 6, 2014
35-14 35-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District ("HLMD"), declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the HLMD, and announcing a public hearing concerning the proposed increased assessment on June 3, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. Adopted: May 6, 2014
34-14 34-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, declaring the Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District, and announcing a public hearing concerning the proposed increased assessment on June 3, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. Adopted: May 6, 2014
33-14 33-14
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate $1,500,000 of Measure J funds from the Contra Costa Transportation Authority for the Richmond Parkway Lighting Project and to accept Measure J Funding for CIP project. Adopted: May 6, 2014
32-14 32-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the installation of four-way stop signs at the intersection of 33rd Street and Clinton Avenue in the North and East Neighborhood. Adopted: May 6, 2014
31-14 31-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to participate in the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) alternative retirement system (ARS) for its part-time, seasonal, and temporary employees (PTS) who are not eligible for a Qualifying Retirement Plan. Adopted: May 6, 2014
30-14 30-14
ADOPT a resolution in opposition of Assembly Bill 2145. Adopted: April 22, 2014
29-14 29-14
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Richmond Police Management Association (RPMA) and the City of Richmond. Adopted: April 15, 2014
28-14 28-14
Adopt a resolution approving the 2014-2015 Annual Consolidated Action Plan - Housing - CDBG. Adopted: April 1, 2014
27-14 27-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager or designee to negotiate and execute an agreement and any amendments related to a State Coastal Conservancy Grant of $500,000 awarded to the City of Richmond for the Miraflores Sustainable Community Greenbelt Project. Adopted: April 1, 2014
25-14 25-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the proposed Fiscal Year 2013-14 budget adjustments. Adopted: March 25, 2014
26-14 26-14
ADOPT a resolution to direct staff to write a letter to our congressional delegation to strongly state the need for swift congressional action to regulate this type of transport of crude. Adopted: March 25, 2014
24-14 24-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing boardmembers and commissioners to continue serving until a replacement appointment is approved. Adopted: March 18, 2014
23-14 23-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: March 18, 2014
22-14 22-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the proposed budget amendment to the Marina Bay Landscape & Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: March 18, 2014
21-14 21-14
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: March 18, 2014
20-14 20-14
ADOPT a resolution ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District. Adopted: March 18, 2014
19-14 19-14
ADOPT a Resolution of Intention amending the contract between the California Public Employee's Retirement System and the Richmond City Council for employees sharing additional costs of one percent for classic local safety members in the Richmond Fire Management Association (RFMA), the Richmond Police Officers' Association (RPOA) and the International Association of Firefighters Local 188 (Local 188). Adopted: March 4, 2014
18-14 18-14
ADOPT a resolution directing staff to work with the Richmond Community Foundation to create the Richmond Distressed Housing Rehabilitation Program. Adopted: March 4, 2014
17-14 17-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of the I-80/Central Avenue Interchange Enhancement Project Phase I concept plan and direct staff to proceed with project implementation using Contra Costa Transportation Authority funds. Adopted: March 4, 2014
16-14 16-14
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Crime Scene Technician. Adopted: March 4, 2014
15-14 15-14
ADOPT a resolution endorsing the Saffron Strand 2014 Annual Homeless Workforce Conference. Adopted: February 18, 2014
14-14 14-14
ADOPT a resolution to apply for and accept $249,600 in grant funds from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) for the continuation of an employment shuttle service within the City of Richmond. Adopted: February 18, 2014
13-14 13-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the utilization of a progressive design-build project delivery method for construction of a wet weather storage facility, and authorize a contract with Carollo Engineers to lead the progressive design-build team. Adopted: February 18, 2014
12-14 12-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the application for grant funds for the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Incentives Program under the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 84) for development of the Richmond Climate Action Plan. Adopted: February 18, 2014
11-14 11-14
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between SEIU Local 1021 and the City of Richmond. The MOU will be effective from July 1, 2013, through March 31, 2016, and provides for a 6% salary increase over a three-year period. Adopted: February 18, 2014
10-14 10-14
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing amendment of the construction management contract with The Hanna Group increasing the payment limit. Adopted: February 18, 2014
9-14 9-14
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing amendment of the 2013-2015 biennial budget for the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass, increasing fiscal year 2013-2014 expenditures, decreasing fiscal year 2014-2015 expenditures, and reallocating unspent fiscal year 2012-2013 expenditures to fiscal year 2013-2014. Adopted: February 18, 2014
8-14 8-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of requesting state and federal legislative assistance to mitigate damage from train horns. Adopted: February 4, 2014
7-14 7-14
ADOPT a resolution to approve the proposed financing by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority of Liberty Village Apartments. Adopted: February 4, 2014
6-14 6-14
ADOPT a resolution approving the City's application for the Transportation Development Act (TDA) Article 3 Pedestrian and Bicycle Funding for Fiscal Year 2014-2015. Adopted: January 28, 2014
5-14 5-14
ADOPT a resolution directing staff to draft three ballot measures within 60 days for City Council consideration to be submitted to the voters on November 4, 2014 establishing a Richmond minimum wage. Adopted: January 14, 2014
4-14 4-14
ADOPT a resolution accepting and appropriating into the FY 2013-15 Budget the “New Freedom” Transportation Grant (U.S.C. SECTION 5317) from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). Adopted: January 14, 2014
3-14 3-14
ADOPT a resolution amending Conflict of Interest Code for the City of Richmond. Adopted: January 14, 2014
2-14 2-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of funds allocated to the City of Richmond from Contra Costa County Health Services in support of the Fire Department’s response to Emergency Medical Services Calls. Adopted: January 14, 2014
1-14 1-14
ADOPT a resolution in support of Kaiser Permanente providing emergency funding to Doctors Medical Center to remain open and serve the community while searching for a long-term strategic partner. Adopted: January 7, 2014
120-13 120-13
ADOPT a resolution approving certain program guidelines for the Richmond CARS Program and restating our desire for staff to work towards a Joint Powers Authority for the purposes of implementing this Housing Recovery Program. Adopted: December 17, 2013
119-13 119-13
ADOPT a resolution establishing the definition of Sensitive Position as required by Section 2.65.030(H) of Ordinance No. 14-13 N.S. Adopted: December 17, 2013
118-13 118-13
ADOPT a resolution revising the list of authorized Broker-Dealers available to conduct investment trading business with the Finance Department. Adopted: December 17, 2013
117-13 117-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a second agreement increasing funding and modifying terms of a contract with Eagle Environmental Construction for soil remediation activities related to the Miraflores Housing Development site. Adopted: December 17, 2013
116-13 116-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of funds from the Contra Costa County Health Services in support of Richmond’s Hazardous Materials Division. Adopted: December 17, 2013
115-13 115-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of funds from the Contra Costa County Health Services in support of Richmond’s Hazardous Materials Division. Adopted: December 17, 2013
114-13 114-13
ADOPT a resolution accepting and approving the use of settlement funds resulting from an agreement between the Bay Conservation and Development Commission, Ford Point, LLC and the City of Richmond. Adopted: December 17, 2013
113-13 113-13
ADOPT a resolution approving First Amendment to Stormwater Utility Area Agreement between the Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the City of Richmond. Adopted: December 3, 2013
112-13 112-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the additional 2014 annual cost of living increase for recipients of the General Pension Fund. Adopted: December 3, 2013
111-13 111-13
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for unpaid waste collection service charges on certain lands situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: November 19, 2013
110-13 110-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the appointment of Mitsubishi UFJ Securities, Inc. as Remarketing Agent for the City of Richmond, California, Variable Rate Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008A; authorizing the execution and delivery of a Remarketing Agreement; and authorizing the execution of necessary documents and certificates and related actions. Adopted: November 19, 2013
109-13 109-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the agreement between the City of and County of San Francisco and the City of Richmond to accept funding from the FY 2013 UASI Grant funds through the United States Department of Homeland Security. Adopted: November 5, 2013
108-13 108-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the appropriation of $33,701 in matching funds for the assistance to firefighter’s grant awarded to the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District for the purchase of self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) equipment. Adopted: November 5, 2013
107-13 107-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the application for grant funds for the Urban Greening Grant Program under the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 84). Adopted: November 5, 2013
106-13 106-13
ADOPT a resolution approving as-needed emergency construction services for an amount not to exceed $50,000 per contractor per year over a three-year period with two one-year extensions, from October 2013 through September 2016. Adopted: November 5, 2013
105-13 105-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a two year time extension to service contracts for as-needed architectural, landscape architectural and structural engineering services for an amount not to exceed $350,000 per vendor over the five year contract period, July 2011 through June 2016. Adopted: November 5, 2013
104-13 104-13
ADOPT a resolution approving Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Richmond and the Richmond Police Officers’ Association (RPOA). Adopted: November 5, 2013
103-13 103-13
ADOPT a resolution renaming Western Drive north of Interstate 580 to Stenmark Drive. Adopted: October 15, 2013
102-13 102-13
ADOPT a resolution establishing a new schedule of fines for parking violations. Adopted: October 15, 2013
101-13 101-13
ADOPT a resolution amending existing service contracts for as-needed electrical construction services for an amount not to exceed $75,000.00 per contractor per year over a three year period, October 2011 through September 2014. Adopted: October 15, 2013
100-13 100-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the updated Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) for the City of Richmond prepared by Veolia Water North America and the City of Richmond. Adopted: October 15, 2013
99-13 99-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the amended and restated memorandum of loan agreement and promissory note between the Port of Richmond and City of Richmond. Adopted: October 15, 2013
98-13 98-13
ADOPT a resolution allowing the City of Richmond Finance Department to levy the property tax rolls of businesses subject to assessment under the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District (DRPBID) on the annual 2013-2014 County of Contra Costa property tax rolls. Adopted: October 15, 2013
97-13 97-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the extension of the pool of performance auditors to conduct internal audits of city departments for an amount not to exceed $90,000 per firm for a two-year term July 2013 through June 2015 with an optional two-year term from July 2015 through June 2017 for an amount not to exceed $90,000. Adopted: October 15, 2013
95-13(a) 95-13(a)
APPROVE the qualified consultant list generated from the Request for Proposals to provide grant writing, grant seeking, or other grant-related services to City department(s) on an as-needed basis for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 through Fiscal Year 2015-2016, with two one-year extensions upon approval of the City Manager's Office, in an amount not to exceed $125,000 per consultant per year. Adopted: October 1, 2013
95-13 95-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the issuance bonds under the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA) of 1982 in the amount of $25,000,000 for rehabilitation of affordable housing at Friendship Manor and Triangle Court. Adopted: October 1, 2013
96-13 96-13
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Governing Board of the West Contra Costa Unified School District denying the charter petition for the establishment of the Summit Charter School. Adopted: October 1, 2013
94-13 94-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing issuance and sale of not to exceed $25 million City of Richmond, California 2013-14 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes; approving the forms of and directing the distribution of a note purchase agreement, an official statement and a continuing disclosure certificate; delegating to officers of the city authorization to negotiate a sale of said notes; and authorizing taking of necessary actions and execution of necessary documents. Adopted: September 17, 2013
93-13 93-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2012-2013 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) which describes activities performed by the city with funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Programs and authorizing the housing director to submit the 2012-2013 CAPER TO HUD. Adopted: September 17, 2013
92-13 92-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of the Eight Amendment to the Construction Agreement with C. Overaa and Company for the Transit Village Parking Structure. Cross Reference with Successor Agency to RRA Resolution No. 13-11. Adopted: September 17, 2013
91-13 91-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of an agreement between the City of Richmond and Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for reimbursement of costs associated with Maritime response training. Adopted: September 17, 2013
90-13 90-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute any and all agreements necessary to amend and assess processing of waste, recyclables and green waste to compensate the city for fiscal impacts caused by roadway maintenance, little abatement and storm water program management. Adopted: September 10, 2013
89-13 89-13
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Richmond and the Richmond Fire Management Association (RFMA). Adopted: September 10, 2013
88-13 88-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the report on sewer service charges for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 in the City of Richmond prepared by the director of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 12.20 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: July 30, 2013
87-13 87-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Annual Consolidated Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 and authorizing the Housing and Community Development director to administer all activities as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), and Neighborhood Stabilization Programs 1 and 3 (NSP), and to expend all funds contained therein. Adopted: July 30, 2013
86-13 86-13
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Richmond and IFPTE Local 21. Adopted: July 30, 2013
85-13 85-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing execution of a contract with Vallier Design Associates Inc. to provide landscape and architectural design, engineering, and project and construction management services for the Miraflores Sustainable Community Greenbelt Project located on the Miraflores Housing Development Site. Adopted: July 30, 2013
84-13 84-13
ADOPT a resolution verifying project compliance and authorizing the director of engineering services to submit official allocation request to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission Regional Measure 2 for the construction of the “Overcoming Physical Barriers to Safe Transit Access Project” formerly known as Richmond/Ohlone Greenway Gap Closure Project. Adopted: July 30, 2013
83-13 83-13
ADOPT a resolution accepting grant funds from the FY 2013/14 Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) regional fund to continued shuttle services in the City of Richmond. Adopted: July 30, 2013
82-13 82-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the extension of a letter of credit provided by Union Bank and approving the taking of all necessary actions in connection therewith. Adopted: July 30, 2013
81-13 81-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to enter into an agreement with the Association of Bay Area Governments to implement a Green Street Retrofit Project along San Pablo Avenue to include landscape-based stormwater treatment and pedestrian-friendly improvements to the right-of-way. Adopted: July 30, 2013
80-13 80-13
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate funds allocated to the city from the Association of Bay Area Governments. Adopted: July 30, 2013
79-13 79-13
ADOPT a resolution accepting the new subdivision improvement agreement between the City of Richmond and Richmond Pinole Point Industrial, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company, confirming the developer’s obligations to complete the improvements for Subdivision 8414 “Pinole Point Business Park”. Adopted: July 30, 2013
78-13 78-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of approving the submittal of an application to the California State Department of Housing and Community Development for funding under the infill infrastructure grant program for certain fees and costs related to development of the Miraflores Affordable Senior Housing Development Project and of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency expressing its continued commitment to build the Miraflores Senior Housing Development Project. Cross Reference with Successor Agency to RRA Resolution No. 13-10. Adopted: July 30, 2013
77-13 77-13
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of an amendment increasing funding to a legal services agreement with Holland and Knight LLP to provide environmental legal services for the Miraflores Housing Development. Cross Reference with Successor Agency to RRA Resolution No. 13-9. Adopted: July 30, 2013
76-13 76-13
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of amendments increasing funding and modifying terms of contracts with Eagle Environmental Construction for abatement, demolition and historic structures relocation and soil remediation and a contract with PES Environmental for owner’s representative services related to the Miraflores Housing Development Site. Cross Reference with Successor Agency to RRA Resolution No. 13-8. Adopted: July 30, 2013
75-13 75-13
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a contract amendment with Nichols Consulting Engineers, Chtd. for additional soil gas evaluation at various locations in Marina Bay. Cross Reference with Successor Agency to RRA Resolution No. 13-7. Adopted: July 30, 2013
69-13 a 69-13 a
DOPT a resolution approving amendments to contracts with Eagle Environmental Construction. Adopted: July 16, 2013
74-13 74-13
ADOPT a resolution in support of Senate Concurrent Resolution 44 (SCR 44), designating the Willow Avenue Overcrossing over State Highway Route 4 in Contra Costa County as the Joe Eddy McDonald Memorial Overcrossing. Adopted: July 16, 2013
72-13 72-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing that the city manager take the following actions to finance and construct the street light system enhancement project. Adopted: July 16, 20
73-13 73-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid invoices related to administrative citations, nuisance abatement costs, and foreclosure ordinance fines. Adopted: July 16, 2013
71-13 71-13
ADOPT a resolution to approve the proposed financing by the California Municipal Finance Authority. Adopted: July 16, 2013
70-13 70-13
ADOPT a resolution to approve the proposed financing by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority. Adopted: July 16, 2013
69-13 69-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of a $75,000 Fiscal Year 2013-14 Alcoholic Beverage Control GAP Grant from the State of California. Adopted: July 16, 2013
68-13 68-13
ADOPT a resolution of local support, as required by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, for a grant application in the amount of $3,443,000 for Local Streets and Roads Preservation (LSRP) funding under the One Bay Area Grant (OBAG). Adopted: July 16, 2013
67-13 67-13
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between IAFF Local 188 and the City of Richmond. The MOU will be effective July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2016. Adoptedd: July 16, 2013.
66-13 66-13
ADOPT a resolution amending the Port of Richmond Tariff FMC No. 3, reflecting a 1.7% increase in tariff rates effective July 1, 2013, and authorizing future annual tariff adjustments based on the change in the Consumer Price Index. Adopted: July16, 2013.
65-13 65-13
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for unpaid waste collection service charges on certain land situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: July 2, 2013
64-13 64-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Appropriations Limit pursuant to Article XIIIB of the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 25, 2013
63-13 63-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Years 2013-14 through 2017-18 Capital Improvement Plan and adopting the Fiscal Years 2013-15 Biennial Budget for the Capital Improvements Funds. Adopted: June 25, 2013
62-13 62-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Fiscal Years 2013-2015 Biennial Operating Budget. Adopted: June 25, 2013
61-13 61-13
ADOPT a resolution establishing rules and procedures pertaining to the meeting of said City Council. Adopted: June 18, 2013
55-13 55-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the Members of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing expenditures for contract compliance, utilities and miscellaneous costs associated with construction of the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Adopted: June 18, 2013
60-13 60-13
ADOPT a resolution renaming 15th Street between Nevin Plaza and Macdonald Avenue to “Village Lane”. Adopted: June 18, 2013
59-13 59-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the issuance by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority of multifamily housing revenue bonds for the Richmond Senior Apartments. Adopted: June 18, 2013
58-13 58-13
ADOPT a resolution renewing standing orders and establishing outline agreements for technology related goods and services from various vendors in an amount not to exceed $250,000 per year per vendor for Fiscal Years 2013-2014 through 2015-2016. Adopted: June 18, 2013
57-13 57-13
ADOPT a resolution amending existing service contracts for as-needed electrical construction services for an amount not to exceed $75,000.00 per contractor per year over three year period, October 2011 through September 2014. Adopted: June 18, 2013
56-13 56-13
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing submittal of Annual Federal Transit Administration (FTA) certification and assurances in accordance with Title VI reporting requirements. Adopted: June 18, 2013
54-13 54-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the Members of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a reimbursement agreement with the East Bay Municipal Utility District for construction of a 12-inch water main relocation along Marina Bay Parkway for the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Adopted: June 18, 2013
53-13 53-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the Members of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a reimbursement agreement with the Richmond Pacific Railroad Company for flagging, track removal and track replacement components of the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Adopted: June 18, 2013
52-13 52-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the Members of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a contract with BKF Engineers for design services during construction of the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Adopted: June 18, 2013
51-13 51-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the Members of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a contract with the Hanna Group for construction management services for the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Adopted: June 18, 2013
50-13 50-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the Members of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a contract with Gordon N. Ball, Inc. for construction of the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Adopted: June 18, 2013
49-13(b) 49-13(b)
ADOPT a resolution on the proposed increase, 3% based on Consumer Price Index inflation, in annual assessments for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District for the 2013-2014 Fiscal Year. Adopted: June 4, 2013.
49-13(a) 49-13(a)
ADOPT a resolution on the proposed increase, 2.45% based on Consumer Price Index inflation – annual assessment for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District 2013-14 FY. Adopted: June 4, 2013
48-13(a) 48-13(a)
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2012/13 – 2016/17 Five-Year Financial Plan. Adopted: June 4, 2013
49-13 49-13
ADOPT a resolution expressing its support of the California State Senate Life (Lifesaving Intelligent Firearms Enforcement Act Bills). Adopted: June 4, 2013
48-13 48-13
ADOPT a resolution concerning the position classification plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: June 4, 2013
47-13 47-13
ADOPT a resolution in support of removing commercial properties from Proposition 13 to close the loophole to avoid tax assessments. Adopted: May 21, 2013
46-13 46-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer’s final annual levy report for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District, declaring the Council’s intention to levy ad collect assessments in the district, and announcing a public hearing regarding assessments. Adopted: May 21, 2013
45-13 45-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer’s final annual levy report for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District, declaring the Council’s assessments in the district, and announcing a public hearing regarding assessments. Adopted: May 21, 2013
44-13 44-13
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, authorizing the refunding of certain bonds of the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority and the Richmond Redevelopment Agency and the issuance of not to exceed $45,000,000 in refunding bonds, approving the forms and authorizing the execution and delivery of an indenture, a bond purchase contract, a continuing disclosure agreement, two escrow agreements and a preliminary official statement; and authorizing and approving certain actions taken in connection therewith. Adopted: May 21, 2013
43-13 43-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of an allocation of funds as the sub-grantee from the Marine Exchange of the San Francisco Bay Region under the FEMA 2008 Port Security Grant Program. Adopted: May 21, 2013
42-13 42-13
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate funds allocated to the city from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. Adopted: May 21, 2013
41-13 41-13
ADOPT a resolution supporting the establishment of a Targeted Employment Area for the City of Richmond Enterprise Zone. Adopted: May 21, 2013
40-13 40-13
ADOPT a resolution concerning the position classification plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 21, 2013
39-13 39-13
ADOPT a resolution in support of the study of WBART: A BART or alternative rail extension in West Contra Costa County. Adopted: May 7, 2013
38-13 38-13
ADOPT a resolution declaring it a policy of the City of Richmond to not invest in fossil fuel companies and urging the board and management of the City’s pension funds to divest from publicly-traded fossil fuel companies Adopted: May 7, 2013
37-13 37-13
ADOPT a resolution to implement recommendations of the US Chemical Safety Board about Refinery Safety. Adopted: May 7, 2013
36-13 36-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the revised Administrative Plan governing the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development (EDA) Revolving Loan Fund Grant # 07-39-02437.01. Adopted: May 7, 2013
35-13 35-13
ADOPT a resolution concerning the position classification plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 7, 2013
34-13 34-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the agreement between the City and County of San Francisco and the City of Richmond to accept funding from the FY 2012 UASI grant funds through the United States Department of Homeland Security. Adopted: May 7, 2013
33-13 33-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the employment of Robert Larson to assist with potential and pending litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 21223. Adopted: April 23, 2013
32-13 32-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the employment of Robyn Kain to assist with potential and pending litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 21223. Adopted: April 23, 2013
31-13 31-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Annual Consolidated Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 and authorizing the Housing and Community Development director to administer all activities as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), and Neighborhood Stabilization Programs 1 and 3 (NSP), and to expend all funds contained therein. Adopted: April 16, 2013
30-13 30-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Amended Annual Consolidated Action Plan for 2012-2013 and authorizing the Housing and Community Development director to administer all activities as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Programs and to expend all funds contained therein. Adopted: April 16, 2013
29-13 29-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of a calendar year 2010 & 2011 Growth Management Program Compliance Checklist for allocation of Fiscal Years 2011-12 and 2012-13 Measure “J” Local Street Maintenance and Improvement Funds. Adopted: April 16, 2013
28-13 28-13
ADOPT a resolution upholding the Planning Commission’s denial of the project consisting of a mitigated negative declaration and tentative parcel map 8812 (EID-1100513) for development at 5801 Knobcone Court. Adopted: April 16, 2013
27-13 27-13
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, authorizing the execution of a memorandum of understanding and lease for 111-113 Macdonald Avenue with Saffron Strand Inc. Adopted: April 16, 2013
26-13 26-13
ADOPT a resolution in support of AB 218, which helps level the playing field for qualified Californians to compete for jobs and promotes public safety by reducing unnecessary job barriers for millions of Californians with a criminal record. Adopted: April 2, 2013
25-13 25-13
ADOPT a resolution concerning the position classification plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: April 2, 2013
24-13 24-13
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Conference “Developing the Homeless Workforce”, June 17-18 at the Richmond Memorial Auditorium. Adopted: March 19, 2013
23-13 23-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute agreements with the California Department of Transportation for the Richmond Safe Routes to Schools Master Plan. Adopted: March 19, 2013
22-13 22-13
ADOPT a resolution approving the Public Highway Overpass Crossing Agreement with the East Bay Regional Park District and Union Pacific Railroad Company the construction, maintenance and use of the new atlas road bridge. Adopted: March 19, 2013
21-13 21-13
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for unpaid waste collection service charges on certain lands situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: March 19, 2013
20-13 20-13
ADOPT a resolution welcoming Whole Foods Distribution Center to Richmond and ensuring that job opportunities for Richmond residents move forward expeditiously. Adopted: March 5, 2013
19-13 19-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to accept Proposition 84 grant funds for the development of a linear park along the Richmond Greenway, to execute all required contracts and agreement to facilitate the acquisition of 1605 Ohio Avenue, and to enter into a grant agreement with the Office of Grants and Local Services. Adopted: March 5, 2013
18-13 18-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the submittal of an application to the California State Department of Housing and Community Development under the CalHome Program for an amount not to exceed $1,000,000. Adopted: March 5, 2013
17-13 17-13
ADOPT a resolution concerning the position classification plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: March 5, 2013
16-13 16-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting Fiscal Year 2012-13 Mid –Year budget adjustments. Adopted: February 19, 2013
15-13 15-13
ADOPT a resolution in support of the selection of 1450 Marina Way South in Richmond as the site for the State of California Health Insurance Exchange call center. Adopted: February 19, 2013
14-13 14-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute agreements with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for Priority Development Area (PDA) Planning grant funds. Adopted: February 19, 2013
13-13 13-13
ADOPT a resolution setting aside City Council Resolutions No. 93-08 and No. 94-08 and any permits, authorizations, and approvals for the Chevron Energy and Hydrogen Renewal Project and otherwise complying with Writ of Mandate issued in CBE, et al. v. City of Richmond et al., Case No. N08-1429, Contra Costa County Superior Court. Adopted: February 19, 2013
12-13 12-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Enforcement Response Plan for the Richmond Municipal Sewer District. Adopted: February 19, 2013
11-13 11-13
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, authorizing the execution of a contract with Robert Half International, Inc. for accounting support services. Adopted: February 19, 2013
10-13 10-13
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, authorizing the execution of a contract with Susan G. Mayer for management consulting services. Adopted: February 19, 2013
9-13 9-13
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, approving and adopting a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule covering the period July-December 2013 (ROPS 13-14A), pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177(l). Adopted: February 19, 2013
8-13 8-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the submittal of an application to the California State Department of Housing and Community Development under the Federal Emergency Solutions Grant Program for an amount not to exceed $230,000. Adopted: February 5, 2013
7-13 7-13
ADOPT a resolution ordering preparation of the annual Engineer’s Report for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: February 5, 2013
6-13 6-13
ADOPT a resolution ordering preparation of an Engineer’s Report for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance Assessment District. Adopted: February 5, 2013
5-13 5-13
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, authorizing execution of a Public Highway Underpass Crossing Agreement with Union Pacific Railroad and Richmond Pacific Railroad for the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Project. Adopted: February 5, 2013
4-13 4-13
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Addendum to the Richmond General Plan 2030 Environmental Impact Report (SCH#2008022018) and the Richmond General Plan Housing Element Update for the current 2007-2014 Planning period. Adopted: January 15, 2012
3-13 3-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute a contract with the Regents of the University of California in an amount not to exceed $25,000 for the development of a strategic business plan for a Destination Marketplace at 12th Street and Macdonald Avenue. Adopted: January 15, 2012
2-13 2-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute a contract with the Regents of the University of California in an amount not to exceed $25,000 for the development of a Richmond Bay Campus strategic business plan. Adopted: January 15, 2012
1-13 1-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the additional 2013 annual cost of living increase for recipients for the General Pension Fund. Adopted: January 15, 2012
136-12 136-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to appoint Robyn Kain to the position of Interim Risk Manager pursuant to Government Code Section 21221(h). Adopted: December 18, 2012
135-12 135-12
ADOPT a resolution urging the California Environmental Protection Agency Department of Toxic Substances Control to ensure that the Zeneca property is cleaned up to unrestricted standards. Adopted: December 18, 2012
134-12 134-12
ADOPT a resolution in support of the West Contra Costa Unified School District’s general waiver request of the Statutory Bonding Capacity. Adopted: December 18, 2012
133-12 133-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the issuance of multifamily housing revenue obligations for the purpose of financing the acquisition and rehabilitation of St. John’s Apartments. Adopted: December 18, 2012
132-12 132-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond, a “public agency” within the meaning of that term as defined by the California Government Code, to join with other public agencies as a participant of the Investment Trust of California, carrying on business as CalTRUST. Adopted: December 18, 2012
131-12 131-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts for as-needed construction material testing services for an amount not to exceed $100,000 per vendor over a three year period, January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2015. Adopted: December 18, 2012
130-12 130-12
ADOPT a resolution Declaring the Canvass of Returns and Result of the General Municipal Election held on November 6, 2012. Adopted: December 18, 2012
129-12 129-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting the full-cost allocation plan for FY 2009-10 and OMB A-87 cost allocation plan for FY 2008-09. Adopted: December 18, 2012
128-12 128-12
ADOPT a resolution requiring the Planning Department to prepare and ordinance within 60 days of the adoption of this resolution that provides a means through which neighborhoods can address the proliferation of formula restaurants in commercial and C-1 zoning district designations. Adopted: December 4, 2012
127-12 127-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of funds allocated of the city from the department of Homeland Security/FEMA Port Security Grant Program. Adopted: December 4, 2012
126-12 126-12
ADOPT a resolution to provide for public safety in the Refinery rebuilding. Adopted: November 20, 2012
125-12 125-12
ADOPT a resolution approving participation by the City of Richmond in the Regional Renewable Energy Procurement effort with public agencies throughout Contra Costa, Alameda, San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties and to complete necessary site assessments of city facilities. Adopted: November 20, 2012
124-12 124-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of reimbursement of equipment costs associated with West Contra Costa County urban search and rescue program from the County of Costa Office of the Sheriff State Homeland Security Grant. Adopted: November 20, 2012
123-12 123-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the forms and authorizing the execution and delivery of a site lease, a lease/purchase agreement, and an escrow agreement and authorizing certain additional actions. Adopted: November 13, 2012
122-12 122-12
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with City Data Services for $48,000 for reporting and monitoring services required by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adopted: November 13, 2012
121-12 121-12
ADOPT a resolution increasing expenditure by $3,550.00 in the Recreation Department budget. Adopted: November 13, 2012
120-12 120-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to apply for a 2013 EPA Brownfields revolving loan fund Grant (EPA-OSWER-OBLR-12-08) in the amount of $1 million to provide funding to capitalize a revolving fund to be administered by the city and to make loans and provide subgrants to carry out cleanup activities at eligible Brownfield sites. Adopted: November 13, 2012
119-12 119-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to apply for a 2013 EPA Brownfields Assessment Grant (EPA-OSWER-OBLR-12-07) in the amount of $400,000 to fund the investigation and assessment of hazardous substances conditions within Richmond South Shoreline and nearby properties. Adopted: November 13, 2012
118-12 118-12
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for unpaid waste collection service charges on certain lands situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: November 13, 2012
117-12 117-12
ADOPT a resolution accepting and approving the use of grant funds from the Clara-Belle Hamilton Trust and the California ReLeaf 2012-13 Urban Forestry and Education grant program. Adopted: November 13, 2012
116-12 116-12
ADOPT a resolution concerning the Position Classification Plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: November 13, 2012
115-12 115-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, authorizing execution of a Highway Railroad Crossing Safety Account Baseline Agreement and Program Supplement/Master Agreement with the California Department of Transportation. Adopted: November 13, 2012
114-12 114-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing application for energy efficiency loans from the California Energy Commission. Adopted: October 16, 2012
113-12 113-12
ADOPT a resolution directing staff to ensure that Chevron uses the highest standards and best technology in the repair of their crude unit and expressing City Council expectations from Chevron subsequent to the August 6th refinery fire. Adopted: October 2, 2012
112-12 112-12
ADOPT a resolution in support of Proposition 37 The California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act. Adopted: September 18, 2012
111-12 111-12
ADOPT a resolution calling for action to reduce chronic absenteeism in our nation’s schools. Adopted: September 18, 2012
110-12 110-12
ADOPT a resolution redesignating what has been called “Breuner Marsh” or “Parchester Marsh” to “Dotson Marsh.” Adopted: September 11, 2012
109-12 109-12
ADOPT a resolution approving, authorizing and directing execution of a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement relating to the California Municipal Finance Authority for the purpose of financing or refinancing the acquisition, renovation and improvement of certain facilities for the benefit of Tissue Banks International, Inc. Adopted: September 11, 2012
108-12 108-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) which describes activities performed by the city with funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Programs and authorizing the Housing Director to submit the 2011-2012 CAPER to HUD. Adopted: September 11, 2012
107-12 107-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of a $178,979 grant award from the California Emergency Management Agency (CAL-EMA). Adopted: September 11, 2012
106-12 106-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing the execution of a contract with Robert Half International, Inc. for accounting support services. Adopted: September 11, 2012
105-12 105-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing an amendment of a contract with Susan G. Mayer for management consulting services. Adopted: September 11, 2012
104-12 104-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency approving and adopting a corrected Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule covering the period January-June 2013, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177 (l). Adopted: September 11, 2012
98-12 98-12
ADOPT a resolution approving JARC funds for the Lifeline Transportation Program designated by the County Congestion Management Agency for Greenprint Transportation services for improved transit mobility in low-income areas. Adopted: July 31, 2012
103-12 103-12
ADOPT a resolution in support of efforts by the City of Hercules to have the section of Highway 4 in Hercules named in honor of former Hercules Mayor and Councilmember Joe Eddy McDonald. Adopted: July 31, 2012
102-12 102-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of $28,627 in funds awarded to the City of Richmond through the University of California Berkeley, Safe Transportation Research and Education Center, Sobriety Checkpoint Mini-Grant Program. Adopted: July 31, 2012
101-12 101-12
ADOPT a resolution revising the City of Richmond’s Investment Policy to conform to the “Model” Investment Policy procedures established by the association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada. Adopted: July 31, 2012
100-12 100-12
ADOPT a resolution approving a services agreement with Auto Warehousing CO. to explore business partnership opportunities with the Port of Zhoushan and the City of Zhoushan, including automotive import and export business to and from the Port of Richmond. Adopted: July 31, 2012
99-12 99-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the filing of an application for funding assigned to MTC, committing matching funds, and stating the assurance to complete the assigned project. Adopted: July 31, 2012
97-12 97-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency approving and adopting a Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule covering the period January-June 2013, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177(l). Adopted: July 31, 2012
96-12 96-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting the report on sewer service charges for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 in the City of Richmond prepared by the Director of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 12.20 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: July 24, 2012
93-12 93-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the levy of special assessment on the properties situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California, described in exhibit “A” (receivables for fines and costs related to unpaid administrative citations, nuisance abatements, and foreclosure ordinance fines). Adopted: July 17, 2012
95-12 95-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing execution and delivery of an interest rate swap confirmation in connection with the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority Point Potrero Lease Revenue Bonds Series 2009A and Series 2009B; and authorizing the taking of all necessary actions in connection therewith. Adopted: July 17, 2012
94-12 94-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of not to exceed $30,000,000 City of Richmond, California, 2012-13 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes; approving the forms of and directing the distribution of a note purchase agreement, an official statement and a continuing disclosure certificate; delegating to officers of the city authorization to negotiate a sale of said notes; and authorizing taking of necessary actions and execution of necessary documents. Adopted: July 17, 2012
92-12 92-12
ADOPT a resolution establishing the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District, approving the assessment formula and levying the assessments. Adopted: July 17, 2012
91-12 91-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of finds allocated to the city from the Department of Homeland Security/FEMA Port Security Grant Program. Adopted: July 17, 2012
90-12 90-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of a $75,000 Fiscal Year 2013 Alcoholic Beverage Control GAP Grant from the State of California and the appropriation for $24,500 in personnel costs as the City's matching contribution towards the grant. Adopted: July 17, 2012
89-12 89-12
ADOPT a resolution supporting the Building Blocks for Kids (BBK) Collaborative Grant application to the U.S. Department of Education for the Promise Neighborhoods Planning Grant. Adopted: July 10, 2012
88-12 88-12
ADOPT a resolution to increase FY 2011-2012 2011-12 revenue by $3,550.00 and to increase FY 2011-2012 2011-12 expenditures by $3,550.00 in the Recreation Department Budget. Adopted: July 10, 2012
87-12 87-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2011/12-2015/16 Five-Year Financial Plan. Adopted: July 10, 2012
86-12 86-12
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for unpaid waste collection service charges on certain lands situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: July 10, 2012
85-12 85-12
ADOPT a resolution supporting the local consensus alignment for the San Francisco Bay Trail connection from Point Richmond to the Richmond /San Rafael Bridge and authorizing the city manager to execute the Caltrans Cooperative Agreement. Adopted: July 10, 2012
84-12 84-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing the transfer of Non-Federal general fund funds to the City’s local HOME account to repay for the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 214 activity at 45 – 1ST Street. Adopted: July 10, 2012
83-12 83-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Fiscal Year 2012-13 Appropriations Limit pursuant to Article XIIIB of the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 26, 2012
82-12 82-12
ADOPT a resolution approve the Fiscal Year 2012-13 through 2016-17 Capital Improvement Plan and adopt the Fiscal Year 2012-13 Budget for the Capital Improvement funds. Adopted: June 26, 2012
81-12 81-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Annual Budget. Adopted: June 26, 2012
80-12 80-12
ADOPT a resolution urging the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors to use the term
79-12 79-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to: (1) execute a construction contract with Amland Corporation. Adopted: June 19, 2012
78-12 78-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution and delivery of an Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement and an Escrow Agreement with respect to the acquisition, purchase, financing or refinancing, and leasing of certain equipment for the public benefit; authorizing the execution and delivery of documents required in connection therewith; and authorizing the taking of all other actions necessary to the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this resolution. Adopted: June 19, 2012
77-12 77-12
ADOPT a resolution calling and giving notice of the holding of a Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Adopted: June 19, 2012
76-12 76-12
ADOPT a resolution directing staff to: (1) reject the sole bid received April 24, 2012, for the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Project; (2) attempt to resolve the dispute with the State Department of Finance concerning their disapproval of Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule items; and (3) re-advertise the Project for bidding after the Project is recognized as an enforceable obligation or other funds are secured to complete the funding plan for Project construction. Adopted: June 19, 2012
75-12 75-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the levy and collection of assessments in the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: June 5, 2012
74-12 74-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the levy and collection of assessments in the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District. Adopted: June 5, 2012
73-12 73-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the pool of performance auditors to conduct internal audits of city departments. Adopted: June 5, 2012
72-12 72-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the appropriation of $6,669 in match funds for the Assistance to Firefighter’s Grant awarded to the San Ramon Valley Fire Department for the purchase of base station radios and mobile radios and $7,000 for installation costs. Adopted: June 5, 2012
71-12 71-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the appropriation of $52,000 in match funds for the Assistance to Firefighter’s Grant awarded to the City of El Cerrito Fire Department for the purchase of portable radios. Adopted: June 5, 2012
70-12 70-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Annual Consolidated Action Plan for 2012-2013 and authorizing the Housing and Community Development Director to administer all activities as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Programs and to expend all funds contained therein. Adopted: May 22, 2012
69-12 69-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2010-2011 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) which describes activities performed by the city with funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Programs and authorizing the Housing Director to submit the 2010-2011 CAPER to HUD. Adopted: May 22, 2012
68-12 68-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the reversion to acreage of three parcels of land pursuant to Richmond Municipal Code Section 15.08.690 for the property commonly known as 125-127 Western Drive. Adopted: May 22, 2012
67-12 67-12
ADOPT a resolution requesting membership in the Marin Energy Authority. Adopted: May 15, 2012
66-12 66-12
ADOPT a resolution calling, giving notice of and requesting consolidation of and advisory election to be held Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Adopted: May 15, 2012
65-12 65-12
ADOPT a resolution submitting to the voters at the November 6, 2012 general election a ballot measure imposing a general business license fee measured by the serving, providing, or trading of sugar-sweetened beverages in the city. Adopted: May 15, 2012
64-12 64-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to sign the petition, ballot, and other documents in support of the proposed Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District. Adopted: May 15, 2012
63-12 63-12
ADOPT a resolution declaring its intention to form the Downtown Richmond Property and Business Improvement District. Adopted: May 15, 2012
62-12 62-12
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with MP Nexelevel of California, INC for $2,993,258.54 to construct the City of Richmond Municipal Network- Security and First Responders Project. Adopted: May 15, 2012
61-12 61-12
ADOPT a resolution recognition of the Richmond Tibetan American community and that acts of self- immolation reflect immeasurable sacrifice in reaction to the extreme repressive conditions of the Tibetan people in China. Adopted: May 15, 2012
60-12 60-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency approving and adopting a recognized obligation payment schedule covering the period July-December 2012, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177(l) Adopted: May 15, 2012
59-12 59-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a contract with Nichols Consulting Engineers, Chtd. for soil gas evaluation at various locations in Marina Bay. Adopted: May 15, 2012
58-12 58-12
ADOPT a resolution to increase revenue by $650.00 and to increase expenditures by $650.00 in the 2011-2012 Recreation Department Budget. Adopted: May 1, 2012
57-12 57-12
ADOPT a resolution to revise the list of authorized signatures for transfer of funds from the Local Agency Investment Fund to delete old account signatories and designate the current authorized signatories in the Finance Department. Adopted: May 1, 2012
56-12 56-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer’s final report annual levy report for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District, declaring the council’s intention to levy and collect assessments in the district, and announcing a public hearing regarding assessments. Adopted: May 1, 2012
55-12 55-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer’s final report annual levy report for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance Assessment District, declaring the council’s intention to levy and collect assessments in the district, and announcing a public hearing regarding assessments. Adopted: May 1, 2012
54-12 54-12
ADOPT a resolution to support the Farm Bill Principles developed by the City of Seattle that support opportunities for local and regional food infrastructures, increasing access to healthy, sustainable foods, and call for the Federal Government to work toward a Farm Bill in 2012 that us consistent with these principles. Adopted: May 1, 2012
53-12 53-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a contract with W.R. W.R. Forde Associates for the construction of the Meade Street Bypass Road. Adopted: May 1, 2012
52-12 52-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Richmond General Plan 2030. Adopted: April 24, 2012
51-12 51-12
ADOPT a resolution certifying the Environmental Impact Report (SCH NO. 2008022018) for the Richmond General Plan 2030 and adopting a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP). Adopted: April 24, 2012
50-12 50-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the creation of the office of Richmond Poet Laureate. Adopted: April 17, 2012
49-12 49-12
ADOPT a resolution in support of renaming the Eastshore State Park McLaughlin Eastshore State Park. Adopted: April 17, 2012
48-12 48-12
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for unpaid waste collection service charges on certain lands situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: April 17, 2012
47-12 47-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of $103,081 funds awarded the city through the 2011 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) grant fund to supplement law enforcement services. Adopted: April 17, 2012
46-12 46-12
ADOPT a resolution in support of AB 1831, which expands California’s “Ban The Box” Policy for state public employees to city and county workers across the state. Adopted: April 3, 2012
45-12 45-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of amendments increasing funding to and extending the term of contracts with Eagle Environmental Construction for abatement, demolition, historic structures relocation and soil remediation and a contract with PES Environmental for owner’s representative services relative to the Miraflores Housing Development Site. Adopted: April 3, 2012
44-12 44-12
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract amendment with Rosendin Electric, Inc. to add $1,034,663.00 to the existing contract for construction of additional lighting improvements and repairs at the Point Potrero Marine Terminal. Adopted: April 3, 2012
43-12 43-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting a mitigated negative declaration and mitigation monitoring program for the Via Verdi Repair Project: San Pablo Creek Culvert Replacement. Adopted: March 27, 2012
42-12 42-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute a contract in an amount not to exceed $3,500 for services from Catalog Choice. Adopted: March 20, 2012
41-12 41-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to enter a Memorandum of Understanding with the State of California Department of Transportation and the Public Agencies in the Contra Costa County and Alameda County along the I-80 Freeway for maintenance and operations of the project “Interstate 80 Integrated Corridor Mobility “. Adopted: March 20, 2012
40-12 40-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting Fiscal Year 2011-12 mid-year budget adjustments. Adopted: March 20, 2012
39-12 39-12
ADOPT a resolution in support of joint action and advocacy by all stakeholders on Delta-related water issues to protect the sensitive Delta ecosystem. Adopted: March 20, 2012
38-12 38-12
ADOPT a resolution adopting the Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) for the City of Richmond prepared by Veolia Water North America and the City of Richmond. Adopted: March 20, 2012
37-12 37-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute agreements with the California Department of Transportation for Transportation Planning Grant funds. Adopted: March 20, 2012
36-12 36-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to cast ballots for the 2012 Community Clean Water Initiative for all parcels owned by the city. Adopted: March 20, 2012
35-12 35-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of an agreement between the City of Richmond and Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for reimbursement of costs associated with technical urban search and rescue training. Adopted: March 20, 2012
34-12 34-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the submission of the Contra Costa Lifeline Transportation Program grant application for transportation services. Adopted: March 20, 2012
33-12 33-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of funds allocated to the city from Contra Costa County Health Services in support of its Hazardous Materials Division. Adopted: March 20, 2012
32-12 32-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of funds allocated to the city from Contra Costa County Health Services in support of its Hazardous Materials Division. Adopted: March 20, 2012
31-12 31-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, approving an application for grant and or loan funds from the California Department of Toxic Substance Control to fund remediation activities at the Miraflores Housing Development site. Adopted: March 20, 2012
30-12 30-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to cast ballots for the 2012 Community Clean Water Initiative for all parcels owned by the city as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency. Adopted: March 20, 2012
29-12 29-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, authorizing an amendment of a contract with AN West, Inc. for the design and engineering of a Class II and III bicycle facility along Barrett Avenue from Garrard Boulevard East to San Pablo Avenue. Adopted: March 20, 2012
27A-12 27A-12
ADOPT a resolution placing a non-binding advisory measure on the November 6, 2012, ballot asking whether Richmond's congressional representatives should be instructed to propose, and Richmond's state legislators instructed to ratify, an amendment to the United States Constitution to provide that corporations are not entitled to the Constitutional rights of real people, and that there should be limits on all spending in political campaigns, including ballot measures and
27-12 27-12
ADOPT a resolution designating the Standard Oil Administration Building as a Richmond Historic Resource (PLN12-019). Adopted: March 6, 2012
26-12 26-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of funds allocated to the city from Contra Costa County Health Services in support of its Hazardous Materials Division. Adopted: March 6, 2012
22-12 22-12
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond Acting as Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, authorizing execution and submittal of an allocation request with for Regional Measure Two funds. Adopted: February 21, 2012
25-12 25-12
ADOPT a resolution in opposition of the sale and purchase of rat and mouse poisons deemed an unreasonable risk to children, pets and wildlife. Adopted: February 21, 2012
24-12 24-12
ADOPT a resolution welcoming Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to Richmond. Adopted: February 21, 2012
23-12 23-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute loan agreement(s) and all agreements necessary to obtain financing through the On Bill Financing (OBF) and on Bill Repayment (OBR) programs with Pacific Gas & Electric for City facility and streetlight energy upgrades and improvements. Adopted: February 21, 2012
28-12 28-12
ADOPTED a resolution to adjust appropriations for the 2011-2012 Recreation Department Budget to add $200 for the Junior Golf Program and recognize the donation received from the Richmond Country Club Women's Golf Association. Adopted: February 7, 2012.
20-12 20-12
ADOPT a resolution in Support of Safe Oil Refineries, Secure Jobs and Healthy Communities. Adopted: February 7, 2012
19-12 19-12
ADOPT a resolution in support of calling on members of Congress to fund urgently needed city services by reducing military spending. Adopted: February 7, 2012
18-12 18-12
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Millionaires’ Tax to restore funding for Education and Essential Services Act of 2012. Adopted: February 7, 2012
17-12 17-12
ADOPT a resolution to approve submittal of the 20% local match, or $12,000.00, to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for the $60,000.00 Pavement – Technical Assistance Program Round13 Grant. Adopted: February 7, 2012
16-12 16-12
ADOPT a resolution for funding from the Urban Forestry Grant Program entitled, “An Urban Forest for every city”, as provided through Proposition 40 and/or Proposition 84. Adopted: February 7, 2012
15-12 15-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the application for grant funds for the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Incentives Program for the Richmond Clean Air and Climate Plan. Adopted: February 7, 2012
14-12 14-12
ADOPT a resolution approving a side modifying the 2008-2012 Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Richmond and the Richmond Police Officers’ Association. Adopted: February 7, 2012
13-12 13-12
ADOPT a resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Richmond and the Richmond Fire Management Association. Adopted: February 7, 2012
12-12 12-12
ADOPT a resolution approving the City of Richmond participation in the Contra Costa County Vehicle Abatement Authority Program. Adopted: February 7, 2012
11-12 11-12
ADOPT a resolution ordering preparation of the annual Engineer’s Report for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: February 7, 2012
10-12 10-12
ADOPT a resolution ordering preparation of an Engineer’s Report for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance Assessment District. Adopted: February 7, 2012
9-12 9-12
ADOPT a resolution accepting a grant from the California Endowment and authorizing the City Manager to enter into all required contracts and agreements to facilitate the grant outcomes. Adopted: February 7, 2012
8-12 8-12
ADOPT a resolution to increase revenue by $200.00 and to increase expenditures by $200.00 in the 2011-2012 Recreation Department Budget. Adopted: February 7, 2012
7-12 7-12
ADOPT a resolution to increase revenue by $5,320.00 and to increase expenditures by $5,320.00 in the 2011-2012 Recreation Department Budget. Adopted: February 7, 2012
6-12 6-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a sole source procurement process for selected specialized Police Department Services. Adopted: February 7, 2012
5-12 5-12
ADOPT a resolution electing to retain the housing assets and the functions previously performed by the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency pursuant to Part 1.85 of Division 24 of the California Health and Safety Code. Adopted: January 24, 2012
4-12 4-12
ADOPT a resolution electing to become the successor agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency pursuant to Part 1.85 of Division 24 of the California Health and Safety Code. Adopted: January 24, 2012
3-12 3-12
ADOPT a resolution directing the Chief of Police to carefully evaluate all requests for Mutual Aid that involve responding to civil unrest, and empowering the Chief to decline to respond to Mutual Aid requests under certain circumstances. Adopted: January 17, 2012
2-12 2-12
ADOPT a resolution request to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for the allocation of Fiscal Year 2011-12 Transportation Development Act Article 3 Pedestrian/ /Bicycle Project Funding. Adopted: January 10, 2012
1-12 1-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of funds donated annually to the city from corporate sponsors in support of the Fire Prevention Bureau’s safety education program. Adopted: January 10, 2012
115-11 115-11
ADOPT a resolution requesting staff to prepare for City Council review and consideration two draft ballot measures (sweetened beverages tax and a non-binding advisory question asking voters whether they would prefer that the proceeds of the sweetened beverages tax be directed toward the prevention of childhood obesity) intended for the general election of November 6, 2012. Adopted: December 6, 2011
114-11 114-11
ADOPT a resolution revising list of authorized broker-dealers available to conduct investment trading business with the Finance Department. Adopted: December 6, 2011
113-11 113-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts for as-needed electrical construction services for and amount not to exceed $75,000 per contractor over a three year period, October 2011 through September 2014. Adopted: December 6, 2011
112-11 112-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the 2012 annual cost of living increase for recipients of the General Pension Fund. Adopted: December 6, 2011
111-11 111-11
ADOPT a resolution adopting the collection system master plan for capital projects for the sanitary sewer system prepared by West Yost and Associates on behalf of Veolia Water North America and the City of Richmond. Adopted: December 6, 2011
110-11 110-11
ADOPT a resolution in support of "banning the box" and calling for the elimination of questions regarding past convictions from the initial public employment application. Adopted: November 22, 2011
109-11 109-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to apply for a 2012 EPA Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund Grant in the amount of $1 million. Adopted: November 22, 2011
109-11 109-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to apply for a 2012 EPA Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund Grant in the amount of $1 million. Adopted: November 22, 2011
108-11 108-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to apply for a 2012 EPA Brownfield Assessment Grant in the amount of $400,000. Adopted: November22, 2011
107-11 107-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the lease/purchase of new public safety radio equipment that is necessary to meet minimum federal requirements for interoperable communications and that will meet operating standards for the East Bay Radio Communications System. Adopted: November 22, 2011
105-11 105-11
ADOPT a resolution amending maximum fees for the towing of motor vehicles pursuant to Chapter 7.72 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: November 15, 2011
106-11 106-11
ADOPT a resolution asking Chevron to drop its property tax appeals. Adopted: November 15, 2011
104-11 104-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the application for grant funds for the Urban Greening Grant Program under the safe drinking water, water quality and supply, flood control, river and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006 for the Mathieu Court Alley Greening Project (Proposition 84). Adopted: November 15, 2011
103-11 103-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the application for grant funds for the Urban Greening Grant Program under the safe drinking water, water quality and supply, flood control, river and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006 for the Ohlone Greenway Completion-Baxter Creek Restoration Project(Proposition 84). Adopted: November 15, 2011
102-11 102-11
ADOPT a resolution to accept and appropriate funds allocated to the city from the Association of Bay Area Governments. Adopted: November 15, 2011
101-11 101-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts for as-needed plan check, building rental inspection services, CEQA environmental services, NEPA environmental services, and urban design and architecture services for an amount not to exceed $300,000 per vendor over a three year period, December 2011 through November 2014. Adopted: November 15, 2011
100-11 100-11
ADOPT a resolution to participate with the West Contra Costa Integrated Waste Management Authority (RecycleMore) and member cities on the solid waste post-collection procurement process and to support competitive procurement efforts. Adopted: November 15, 2011
99-11 99-11
ADOPT a resolution to appropriate $50,000 in match funds in support of the S.D. Bechtel, JR Foundation grant awarded to the Employment & Training, Youthworks division. Adopted: November 15, 2011
98-11 98-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts for as-needed mechanical building maintenance contract services for an amount not to exceed $150,000 per contractor over a three year period, October 2011 through September 2014. Adopted: November 15, 2011
97-11 97-11
ADOPT a resolution adopting a mitigated negative declaration (SCH # 2011082062) and approving the City of Richmond Bicycle Master Plan (PLN09-115) and City of Richmond Pedestrian Plan (PLN09-062). Adopted: November 1, 2011
96-11 96-11
ADOPT a resolution designating the City of Richmond as a participating jurisdiction in and authorizing the adoption of the adoption of the Contra Costa County Hazard Mitigation Plan. Adopted: November 1, 2011
95-11 95-11
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for unpaid waste collection service charges on certain lands situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: November 1, 2011
94-11 94-11
ADOPT a resolution to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson in support of reducing greenhouse gas pollution under the Clean Air Act. Adopted: October 18, 2011
93-11 93-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the application for grant funds for the California River Parkways grant program under the safe drinking water, water quality and supply, flood control, river and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 84). Adopted: October 18, 2011
92-11 92-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the submission of the FY 2011 TFCA Regional fund grant application to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District for the implementation of shuttle transportation services. Adopted: October 18, 2011
91-11 91-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of $27,842 from the FY 2010/11 city/county payment program from the State of California Department of Conservation. Adopted: October 18,2011
90-11 90-11
ADOPT a resolution to adjust appropriations by $684,000 and to adjust expenditures by $684,000 in the 2011-12 Employment and Training Department budget. Adopted: October 18, 2011
89-11 89-11
ADOPT a resolution concerning the position classification plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: October 18, 2011
88-11 88-11
ADOPT a joint resolution of the city council of the City of Richmond and the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board approving the acquisition of easements and right of entry for the Officer Bradley A. Moody memorial underpass project. Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 11-17. Adopted: October 18, 2011
87-11 87-11
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Contra Costa Community College District governing board adopting a project stabilization agreement. Adopted: October 4, 2011
86-11 86-11
ADOPT a resolution adopting the recommendations of the Historic Preservation Commission to amend the Richmond Civic Center Historic Structures Report (PLN11-524). Adopted: October 4, 2011
85-11 85-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the implementation a Home Assessment and Energy Efficiency Rebate Program funded by the Department of Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant and execute any required agreements to implement the City’s Energy Efficiency Rebate Program. Adopted: October 4, 2011
84-11 84-11
ADOPT a resolution to grant another designated period for two years additional service credit. Adopted: October 4,2011
83-11 83-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a second amendment to that certain agreement with ADT Security Services Inc. in an amount not to exceed $375,000 for new design, installation, implementation, integration, configuration, maintenance and testing and to extend the warranty of the city’s existing closed circuit television surveillance system. Adopted: September 20, 2011
82-11 82-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of $103,581 funds awarded the city through the State of California’s Citizens’ Option for Public Safety (COPS) Program and the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act for Supplemental Law Enforcement Services. Adopted: September 13, 2011
81-11 81-11
ADOPT a resolution supporting collaboration with the West Contra Costa Integrated Waste Management Authority (WCCIWMA)/RecycleMore and member agencies cities on a regional approach to develop a single-use bag ordinance and to conduct environmental review. Adopted: September 13, 2011
80-11 80-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing staff to adjust the fiscal year 2011-2012 operating budget to recognize the establishment of a Downtown Revitalization Project fund from remaining Civic Center project funds and to appropriate funding for certain activities approved by the City Council. Adopted: September 13, 2011
79-11 79-11
ADOPT a resolution concerning the position classification plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: September 13, 2011
78-11 78-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of not to exceed $15,000,000 City of Richmond, California, 2011-2012 tax and revenue anticipation notes; approving the forms of and directing the distribution of a note purchase agreement, and an official statement and a continuing disclosure certificate; delegating to officers of the city authorization to negotiate a sale of said note; and authorizing taking of necessary actions and execution of necessary documents. Adopted: July 26, 2011
74-11 74-11
ADOPT a resolution to adjust revenues by $1,194,000 and to adjust expenditures by $1,194,000 in the 2011-12 Employment and Training Department budget. Adopted: July 26, 2011
77-11 77-11
ADOPT a resolution adopting the report on sewer service charges for Fiscal Year 2009-2010 in the City of Richmond prepared by the Director of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 12.20 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: July 26, 2011
76-11 76-11
ADOPT a resolution supporting a partnership between the City and Cybertran International, Inc. Adopted: July 26, 2011
75-11 75-11
ADOPT a resolution to grant another designated period for two years additional service credit. Adopted: July 26, 2011
73-11 73-11
ADOPT a resolution regarding the appeal by the Santa Fe Neighborhood Council of the Planning Commission's approval of a Conditional Use Permit (PLN11-057) on June 2, 2011, to allow an eating establishment and convenience store at 925 Cutting Boulevard Adopted: June 19, 2011
72-11 72-11
ADOPT a resolution for the proposed increase in annual assessments for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District for the 2011-2012 Fiscal Year. This resolution was inadvertently skipped. Adopted: June 21, 2011
71-11 71-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the levy and collection of assessments in the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District. Adopted: July 19, 2011
70-11 70-11
ADOPT a resolution to authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Dalessi Management Consulting, LLC to analyze the city’s electricity load for an amount not to exceed $20,000 with a term ending June 30, 2012 and with the Marin Energy Authority to perform the applicant impact analysis for an amount not to exceed $20,000 with a term ending June 30, 2012. Adopted: July 19, 2011
69-11 69-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts for as-needed architectural, landscape architectural and structural engineering services for an amount not to exceed $350,000 per vendor over a three year period, July 2011 through June 2014. Adopted: July 19, 2011
68-11 68-11
ADOPT a resolution to approve contracts with Pogo Park, MIG and MACK5 and authorize the City Manager to execute all required contracts and agreements to facilitate the acquisition of 720 Elm Avenue and relocation expenses of the tenants at the property. Adopted: July 19, 2011
67-11 67-11
ADOPT a resolution renewing standing orders and establishing outline agreements for technology related goods and services from various vendors in an amount not to exceed $250,000 per year per vendor for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 with the option to renew for two (2) years. Adopted: July 19, 2011
66-11 66-11
ADOPT a resolution declaring the canvass of returns and results of the Special Election held on June 7, 2011. Adopted: July 19, 2011
65-11 65-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts for as-needed transcription, plan check, and building rental inspection services for an amount not to exceed $95,000 per vendor over a one year period, July 2011 through June 2012. Adopted: July 19, 2011
64-11 64-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the levy of a special assessment on the properties situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California, described in Exhibit “A” (receivables for fines and costs related to unpaid administrative citations, nuisance abatements, and foreclosure ordinance fines). Adopted: July 19, 2011
63-11 63-11
ADOPT a resolution approving a public utility easement to Pacific Gas and Electric Company for the Bradley A. Moody underpass project. Adopted: July 19, 2011
62-11 62-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of a $180,209 grant award from the California Emergency Mangement Agency (CAL-EMA). Adopted: July 19, 2011
61-11 61-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a standing order procurement process with Innovative Interfaces, Inc. of Emeryville,California for annual hardware and software maintenance, consulting, training and software application modules in an amount not to exceed $150,000 for each of three (3)Fiscal Years: 2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2013-2014. Adopted: July 19, 2011
60-11 60-11
ADOPT a resolution adopting an addendum to the Miraflores Housing Development Environmental Impact Report. Adopted: July 19, 2011
58-11 58-11
ADOPT a resolution opposing AB 18 in its current form, which would eliminate Adult Education as a specific program meeting the educational needs of adults in California, and in support of West Contra Costa Adult Education. Adopted: July 5, 2011
57-11 57-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: July 5, 2011
56-11 56-11
ADOPT a resolution accepting the Fiscal Year 2010 -2011 Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund Grant. Adopted: July 5, 2011
59-11 59-11
ADOPT a resolution setting the dollar amount for the new fees (Master Fee Schedule) and adjusting the dollar amount for current fees. Adopted: July 5, 2011
55-11 55-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2011-2016 Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan Budget. Adopted: June 28, 2011
54-11 54-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Operating Budget. Adopted: June 28, 2011
53-11 53-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2011-12 Appropriations Limit for the City of Richmond pursuant to Article XIIIB, as amended, of the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 28, 2011
52-11 52-11
ADOPT a resolution recommending that the California Citizens Redistricting Commission keep the City of Richmond in the Contra Costa County Congressional District. Adopted: June 21, 2011
51-11 51-11
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with Solar Richmond for the energy program marketing services in an amount not to exceed $45,000 with a term ending December 31, 2012, and authorizing execution of any required agreements to implement the city's Residential Solar Rebate Program. Adopted: June 21, 2011
50-11 50-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the transfer of cash from various funds to the General Fund and Capital Funds. Adopted: June 21, 2011
49-11 49-11
ADOPT a resolution accepting additional grant funds of $79,200 from the Bay Area Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) for continued urban search and rescue (USAR) training in the Fire Department. Adopted: June 21, 2011
48-11 48-11
ADOPT a resolution establishing application fees and other payments for pipeline franchises as authorized by Richmond Municipal Code Chapter 13.47. Adopted: June 21, 2011
47-11 47-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond accepting Redevelopment funds for certain public improvements to the Bay Trail in Marina Bay. Adopted: June 21, 2011
46-11 46-11
ADOPT a resolution encouraging the West Contra Costa Integrated Waste Management Authority (WCCIWMA) to complete a single-use bag ordinance initial study and to fund a regional Environmental Impact Report (EIR). Adopted: June 7, 2011
45-11 45-11
ADOPT a resolution directing staff to review the draft Municipal ID Ordinance. Adopted: June 7, 2011
44-11 44-11
ADOPT a resolution to award a consulting contract to Environ for the preparation of a Revised Environmental Impact Report for the Revised Chevron Renewal Project. Adopted: June 7, 2011
43-11 43-11
ADOPT a resolution in support of the application for grant funding in the amount of $246,500 for the Richmond Safe Routes to School Cycle 2 Project, as required by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). Adopted: June 7, 2011
42-11 42-11
ADOPT a resolution approving The Mass Care and Shelter Annex for People with Disabilities and the Elderly and adding the annex to the city's Emergency Operations Plan. Adopted: June 7, 2011
41-11 41-11
ADOPT a resolution approving applications for grant funds pursuant to the Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program of 2008 (Proposition 84) for renovations of Martin Luther King Jr. Park, Richmond Greenway, and Wendell Park. Adopted: June 7, 2011
40-11 40-11
ADOPT a resolution to demonstrate the City's intent to explore Community Choice Aggregation with the Marin Energy Authority. Adopted: May 24, 2011
39-11 39-11
ADOPT a resolution in support of the People's Budget submitted by the Congressional Progressive Caucus. Adopted: May 17, 2011
38-11 38-11
ADOPT a resolution adopting the precautionary principle as policy and upholding the environmental justice laws of the State of California. Adopted: May 17, 2011
37-11 37-11
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banning menthol in cigarettes and flavoring in other tobacco products. Adopted: May 17, 2011
36-11 36-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond authorizing the staff funding under California Department of Transportation Community based transportation planning grant. Adopted: May 3, 2011
35-11 35-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond approving the engineer’s final annual levy report for fiscal year 2011-2012 for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District, declaring the Council’s intention to levy and collect assessments in the district, and announcing a public hearing regarding assessments. Adopted: May 3, 2011
34-11 34-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond approving the engineer’s final annual levy report for fiscal year 2011-2012 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District, declaring the Council’s intention to levy and collect assessments in the district, and announcing a public hearing regarding assessments. Adopted: May 3, 2011
33-11 33-11
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the Surplus Property Authority of the City of Richmond approving a lease with the general services administration for the storage of the Vessel Wapama at Graving Dock # 3 at the PT. Potrero Marine Terminal and authorizing the port director to execute the lease and any agreements required to effectuate the lease. Adopted: May 3, 2011
32-11 32-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond directing staff to investigate and report back to the full council on the threat to our community posed by predicted sea-level rise and potential options for the appropriate action. Adopted: April 19, 2011
31-11 31-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond approving the expansion of the South Richmond planned development area (PDA), within a half mile radius from Cutting Boulevard and Harbor Way, to San Pablo Avenue, bounded by Macdonald Avenue North, and Richmond Marina Bay and Richmond Inner Harbor South and properties. Adopted: April 19, 2011
30-11 30-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond adopting two amendments to the annual consolidated action plan for 2010-2011. Adopted: April 19, 2011
29-11 29-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond adopting the annual consolidated action plan for 2011-2012 and authorizing the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to administer all activities as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the community development block grant and home investment partnerships program and to expend all funds contained therein. Adopted: April 19, 2011
Order of  Vacation 907 Order of Vacation 907
ADOPT a resolution ordering the vacation of the cul-de-sac portion South 4TH Street, North of Cutting Boulevard and South of Interstate 580. Adopted: April 19, 2011
28-11 28-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond concerning the Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Wastewater/Stormwater Manager. Adopted: April 19, 2011
27-11 27-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond supporting Senate Bill 810, the California Universal Health Care Act of 2011. Adopted: April 12, 2011
26-11 26-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond supporting the San Francisco Bay trail name. Adopted: April 12, 2011
25-11 25-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond renaming Filbert Street between Vernon Avenue and Chesley Avenue to Fred Jackson Way. Adopted: April 12, 2011
24-11 24-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond authorizing the Federal funding under FTA section 5310 (49 U.S.C. section 5310) with California Department of Transportation. Adopted: April 12, 2011
23-11 23-11
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond making certain findings and determining to discontinue consideration of a casino use at Point Molate. Adopted: April 5, 2011
Resolution of Intention No. 906 Resolution of Intention No. 906
ADOPT a resolution of intention of the Council of the City of Richmond to change the name of Filbert Street from Vernon Avenue to Chesley Avenue to Fred Jackson Way. Adopted: March 15, 2011
22-11 22-11
ADOPT a resolution asking Congress to expand cities’ ability to regulate the placement of wireless communications facilities. Adopted: March 15, 2011
21-11 21-11
ADOPT a resolution supporting the collective bargaining rights of workers in the State of Wisconsin. Adopted: March 15, 2011
20-11 20-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to acquire certain Redevelopment Agency-owned real estate as generally described in this resolution. Adopted: March 15, 2011
19-11 19-11
ADOPT a resolution certifying the Point Molate Tribal destination Resort and Casino project environmental impact report (State Clearinghouse #2005032073)-FILE NO. PLN 08-089 Adopted: March 8, 2011
18-11 18-11
ADOPT a resolution calling for, giving notice of, and requesting consolidation of a special election for Tuesday, June 7, 2011 for the purpose of submitting a tax measure to the electorate. Adopted: March 8, 2011
17-11 17-11
ADOPT a resolution calling for, giving notice of, and requesting consolidation of an advisory election for Tuesday, June 7, 2011. Adopted: March 8, 2011
Order of Vacation 905 Order of Vacation 905
ADOPT a resolution order vacating and closing a portion of Giant Highway, public right-of-easement, a portion of lots 1 and 2 of the Pinole Point Business Park, located at 2100 Atlas Road. (PLN 10-215) Adopted: March 1, 2011
Order of Vacation 904 Order of Vacation 904
ADOPT a resolution order vacating and closing a portion of Atlas Road, public right-of-easement, a portion of lots 1 and 2 of the Pinole Point Business Park, located at 2100 Atlas Road (PLN 10-216). Adopted: March 1, 2011
16-11 16-11
ADOPT a resolution making it a public policy objective to optimize economic and cultural benefits at Point Potrero Marine Terminal, and AUTHORIZE staff to negotiate a sole-source contract in an amount not to exceed $200,000 with Wiss Janney Elstner Associates to prepare construction documents and provide construction administration services for rehabilitation of the Riggers Loft. Adopted: March 1, 2011
15-11 15-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to encourage the Chevron Richmond Refinery to proceed with an application for the Chevron Richmond Renewal Project. Adopted: March 1, 2011
14-11 14-11
ADOPT a resolution to free democracy from corporate control. Adopted: March 1, 2011
13-11 13-11
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Conflict of Interest Code to update designated positions and disclosure categories. Adopted: March 1, 2011
12-11 12-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on Contra Costa County property tax records. Adopted: March 1, 2011
11-11 11-11
ADOPT a resolution adopting fiscal year 2010-11 mid-year budget adjustments. Adopted: February 15, 2011
10-11 10-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to respond to the University of California, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory request for qualifications for a second campus. Adopted: February 1, 2011
Resolution of Intention No. 904 Resolution of Intention No. 904
ADOPT Resolution of Intention No. 904, ordering the vacation of a portion of Atlas Road, a portion of Lots 1 and 2 south of the Pinole Point Business Park located at 2100 Atlas Road, consistent with the previously approved Subdivision Map 8249. Adopted: February 1, 2011
Resolution of Intention No. 905 Resolution of Intention No. 905
ADOPT Resolution of Intention No. 905, ordering the vacation of a portion of Giant Highway, a portion of Lots 1 and 2 south of the Pinole Point Business Park located at 2100 Atlas Road, consistent with the previously approved Subdivision Map 8249. Adopted: February 1, 2011
9-11 9-11
ADOPT a resolution establishing fees for application, review, approval and annual regulation required for medical marijuana collectives. Adopted: February 1, 2011
8-11 8-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the establishment of the Point Molate Community Advisory Committee. Adopted: January 18, 2011
7-11 7-11
ADOPT a resolution designating officials that are authorized to execute and submit application for Federal and State financial assistance for Post Disaster Mitigation under The Natural Disaster Assistance Act. Adopted: January 18, 2011
6-11 6-11
ADOPT a resolution in support of the West Contra Costa Unified School District’s application to the Board of Education of the State of California for a waiver request from Education Code Sections 15106 & 15270 (A) regarding statutory bonding capacity. Adopted: January 4, 2011
5-11 5-11
ADOPT a resolution concerning the Position Classification Plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: January 4, 2011
4-11 4-11
ADOPT a resolution concerning the Position Classification Plan for the City of Richmond. Adopted: January 4, 2011
3-11 3-11
ADOPT a resolution ordering preparation of the annual Engineer’s Report for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District. Adopted: January 4, 2011
2-11 2-11
ADOPT a resolution ordering preparation of an Engineer’s Report for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance Assessment District. Adopted: January 4, 2011
1-11 1-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing execution of a Memorandum Of Understanding regarding a cooperative strategy for revitalization of North Richmond. Adopted: January 4, 2011
136-10 136-10
ADOPT a resolution establishing the rating criteria to be used in evaluating complete applications to establish a Medical Marijuana Collective in the City of Richmond. Adopted: December 7, 2010
137-10 137-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Letter of Intent (Letter) with Main Street Power (MSP) and the City Manager to negotiate and execute any agreements required to effectuate such letter for the Installation of Solar Photovoltaic Systems at several facilities to be agreed to by the City and MSP. Adopted: December 7, 2010
139-10 139-10
ADOPT a resolution affirming the Design Review Board approval of Design Review Permit (PLN10-172) for the installation of a new window at 356 West Macdonald Ave in Atchison Village, thereby, denying the appeal. Adopted: December 7, 2010
138-10 138-10
ADOPT a resolution granting the appeal of Richard Lompa concerning the Planning Commission’s direction to staff to issue citations for maintaining an Eagle Ornament on the roof of 2 West Richmond Avenue. Adopted: December 7, 2010
134-10 134-10
ADOPT a resolution appropriating proceeds for the Qualified Energy Conservation Bond for Fiscal Year 2010-2011. Adopted: December 7, 2010
133-10 133-10
ADOPT a resolution declaring the Canvass of Returns and Result of the General Municipal Election held on November 2, 2010. Adopted: December 7, 2010
132-10 132-10
ADOPT a resolution approving and adopting an amended Pt. Molate budget for Fiscal Year 2010-2011. Adopted: December 7, 2010
135-10 135-10
ADOPT a concurrent resolution the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board related to existing indebtedness of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 33691. Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 10-19 Adopted: December 7, 2010
130-10 130-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the additional 2011 Annual Cost of Living increase for recipients of the General Pension Fund. Adopted: December 7, 2010
129-10 129-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the Bay Area Wide Trash Capture Demonstration Project Agreement. Adopted: December 7, 2010
128-10 128-10
ADOPT a resolution directing the City Manager to support the San Francisco Estuary Partnership’s grant applications and proposal for Seven-City San Pablo Avenue Stormwater Spine. Adopted: December 7, 2010
127-10 127-10
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for Unpaid Waste Collection Service Charges on certain lands situated in the City of Richmond, County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: December 7, 2010
126-10 126-10
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council authorizing a lease financing with the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority and the taking of all other actions necessary to the consummation of this transaction. Adopted: December 7, 2010
131-10 131-10
ADOPT a joint resolution the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the City Manager and Executive Director of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to negotiate and execute the sublease, sub-sublease, project development agreement and first amendment to Parking Lot lease consistent with the terms of the Letter of Intent for the Renovation of the Oilhouse for The Rosie The Riveter World War II/Homefront National Historical Park Education Center (Visitor Center). Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 10-28. Adopted: December 7, 2010
123-10 123-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the establishment of the Office of Neighborhood Safety (ONS) Vendor Services List (VSL) for vendor services and workshops (Life and Supportive Services) and authorizing ONS to negotiate and enter into service contracts on an as-needed basis for an amount not to exceed $50,000 per vendor per year for Fiscal Years 2010-2011; 2011-2012 and 2012-2013. Adopted: November 16,2010
125-10 125-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the forms of and authorizing the execution and delivery of a lease purchase agreement and a purchase contract, and authorizing all other actions in connection therewith. Adopted: November 16, 2010
124-10 124-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the Contra Costa Clean Water Program Agreement (2010). Adopted: November 16, 2010
122-10 122-10
ADOPT a resolution accepting a grant from the California Emergency Management Agency (Cal-EMA) for one full-time sexual assault victim’s advocate provided by Community Violence Solutions (CVS) and one full-time domestic violence victims’ advocate provided by STAND. Adopted: November 16, 2010
121-10 121-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond and its collaborating partner, the Richmond Community Foundation, to apply for $626,900 in grant funds from the State of California Land and Water Conservation Fund for the completion of Phase II of the Martin Luther King Park Project. Adopted: October 26, 2010
120-10 120-10
ADOPT a resolution supporting the efforts of the California Emerging Technology Fund to expand broadband technology, making accessibility more equitable across communities in California. Adopted: October 19, 2010
119-10 119-10
ADOPT a resolution recognizing Solar Richmond’s pioneering work in service to the City of Richmond, and setting new solar installation and green jobs goals to reach by 2015. Adopted: October 19, 2010
118-10 118-10
ADOPT a resolution revising the list of authorized signatures for transfer of funds from the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) to delete old account signers and designate the current authorized signers in the Finance Department. Adopted: October 19, 2010
117-10 117-10
ADOPT a resolution amending the personnel rules by adding subsection (h) to Article V Section 2, awarding a preference of five percent of the total available points to Richmond residents who successfully completed the applicable test for Employment with the City of Richmond. Adopted: October 5, 2010
116-10 116-10
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Robles-Wong V. California and the Campaign for Quality Education V. California litigation challenging the State of California’s School Finance System. Adopted: October 5, 2010
115-10 115-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of a calendar Year 2008 & 2009 Growth Management Program compliance checklist for allocation of Fiscal Years 2009-10 and 2010-11 Measure “C” & “J” Local Street Maintenace and Improvement Funds. Adopted: October 5, 2010
114-10 114-10
ADOPT a resolution declaring the official intent of the City of Richmond to reimburse certain expenditures from proceeds of indebtedness. Adopted: October 5, 2010
113-10 113-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the transfer of $271,481 from the 2009-2010 FY Budget to the 2010-2011 FY Budget. Adopted: October 5, 2010
112-10 112-10
ADOPT a resolution to revise the List of Authorized signatures for transfer of funds from the Local Agency Investment Fund to delete Old Account Signers and designate the current authorized signers in the Finance Department. Adopted: October 5, 2010
111-10 111-10
ADOPT a resolution approving a Lease Agreement by and between the City of Richmond and the Richmond Police Activities League for the Development of a Parking Lot at 175-23rd Street, Richmond, California. Adopted: October 5, 2010
110-10 110-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of $10,000 in funds allocated to the City through Community Grants/Family Friendly Community Grant from First 5 Contra Costa Children and Families Commission Adopted: October 5, 2010
109-10 109-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of $1,543,542.55 from the State of California local streets and roads funding and appropriating these funds to the Carlson Boulevard Improvements Project. Adopted: September 28, 2010
108-10 108-10
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council providing for the issuance of one or more series of the City's Wastewater Revenue Bonds, Series 2010. Adopted: September 21, 2010
107-10 107-10
AMEND Resolution 75-10 of the City Council of the City of Richmond approving applications for grant funds pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, and River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006 for funding the planning and development of the Central Richmond Greenway's nature education related facilities by adding a statement affirming that the city will comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, and guidelines. Adopted: September 21, 2010
106-10 106-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of $20,000 from Contra Costa Transportation Authority and appropriation to Phase II of the Central Richmond Greenway Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail Project. Adopted: September 21, 2010
105-10 105-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a grant agreement with the California Cultural and Historical Endowment. Adopted: September 21, 2010
104-10 104-10
ADOPT a resolution condemning and disapproving of the hate crimes that have taken place in our University of California/California State University systems. Adopted: September 7, 2010
103-10 103-10
ADOPT a resolution acknowledging the 75th Anniversary of the Works Progress Administration (WPA). Adopted: September 7, 2010
102-10 102-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the application for grant funds for the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Incentives Program under the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006. Adopted: September 7, 2010
101-10 101-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of a $128,419 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Adopted: September 7, 2010
100-10 100-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing city departments to enter into service contracts with consultants from a pre-qualified consultant list generated through a Request for Proposals to provide grant writing, grant seeking, or other grant-related services on an as-needed basis for fiscal years 2010-2011 and 2011-2012. Adopted: September 7, 2010
99-10 99-10
ADOPT a resolution accepting grant funds from the Bay Area Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI). Adopted: September 7, 2010
98-10 98-10
ADOPT a resolution placing a measure on the November 2010 ballot that sets the business license fee (tax) for marijuana businesses. Adopted: July 27, 2010
97-10 97-10
ADOPT a resolution in support of the California Jobs Budget. Adopted: July 27, 2010
96-10 96-10
ADOPT a resolution allowing the sanitary and storm sewer fees to be collected on the annual 2010-2011 property tax rolls. Adopted: July 27, 2010
95-10 95-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of $12,856 from the California State Department of Conservation's 2009/10 City/County Payment Program. Adopted: July 27, 2010
94-10 94-10
ADOPT a resolution applies to Recovery Zone Economic Development Bonds and one resolution applies to Wastewater Revenue Bonds. Adopted: July 27 2010
93-10 93-10
ADOPT a resolution declaring the official intent of the City of Richmond to reimburse itself for certain capital expenditures from the proceeds of indebtedness. Adopted: July 27 2010
92-10 92-10
ADOPT a resolution renewing standing orders/outline agreements for technology-related goods and services from various vendors. Adopted: July 27 2010
91-10 91-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing standing order library purchases of materials and services from various vendors. Adopted: July 27 2010
90-10 90-10
ADOPT a resolution placing a non-binding advisory measure on the November 2010 ballot asking whether the City of Richmond should approve a project including a casino at Point Molate. Adopted: July 20, 2010
89-10 89-10
ADOPT a resolution designating the Perennial Purple Tree Collard as the official green of the City of Richmond. Adopted: July 20, 2010
88-10 88-10
ADOPT a resolution in opposition of Proposition 23 which would suspend AB32, the Clean Energy and Air Pollution Control Standards of the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. Adopted: July 20, 2010
87-10 87-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the levy and collection of the proposed annual assessments for Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District for the 2010-2011 Fiscal Year. Adopted: July 20, 2010
86-10 86-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the levy and collection of the proposed annual assessments for Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District for the 2010-2011 Fiscal Year. Adopted: July 20, 2010
85-10 85-10
ADOPT a resolution increasing appropriation for private sewer lateral grant funding in the amount of $100,000 for a total FY 2010-11 budget of $200,000. Adopted: July 20, 2010
84-10 84-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: July 20, 2010
83-10 83-10
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Engineering Infrastructure Administrator. Adopted: July 20, 2010
82-10 82-10
ADOPT a resolution to declare the city owned property at 341-347 South 17th Street as surplus and authorize the city manager to follow the disposition procedures as provided for by California Government Code Sections 54220 - 54232 to dispose of the property. Adopted: July 20, 2010
81-10 81-10
ADOPT a resolution granting another designated period (July 21, 2010 to October 20, 2010) for the two years additional service credit for early retirement for certain specified classifications. Adopted: July 20, 2010
80-10 80-10
ADOPT a resolution opposing the $11.1 billion water bond, officially titled "Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2010 on the November 2010 ballot. Adopted: July 6, 2010
79-10 79-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid invoices related to administrative citations, nuisance abatement costs, foreclosure ordinance fines, maintaining abandoned houses, and weed and rubbish abatements. Adopted: July 6, 2010
78-10 78-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city manager to increase the city's bridge financing to the Rosie the Riveter Trust. Adopted: July 6, 2010
77-10 77-10
ADOPT a resolution adopting rules and regulations implementing Chapter 2.50 of the Richmond Municipal Code, entitled the Business Opportunity Ordinance, to promote the goals and intent of the ordinance previously adopted by the City Council. Adopted: July 6, 2010
76-10 (a) 76-10 (a)
ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2010/11 Operating Budget. Adopted: June 22, 201
76-10 76-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2010-11 through 2014-15 Capital Improvement Plan and ADOPT the Fiscal Year 2010-11 budget for the Capital Improvement Funds. Adopted: June 22, 2010
75-10 75-10
ADOPT a resolution approving an application for grant funds pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006 for funding the planning and development of the Central Richmond Greenway's nature education related facilities. Adopted: June 22, 2010
71-10 71-10
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency due to sinkhole damage on Via Verdi first proclaimed by the city manager on April 22, 2010, ratified by the City Council on April 27, 2010, and renewed and continued by the City Council on May 18, 2010. Adopted: June 15, 2010
74-10 74-10
ADOPT a resolution to urge Contra Costa County to opt out of the Secure Communities Agreement to protect the human rights of immigrant families. Adopted: June 15, 2010
73-10 73-10
ADOPT a resolution calling and giving notice of the holding of a Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. Adopted: June 15, 2010
72-10 72-10
ADOPT a resolution appropriating to the Fiscal Year 2009/2010 Budget $90,000 in funds received from Upstream Point Molate LLC. Adopted: June 15, 2010
70-10 70-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing an extension of the current Memorandum of Understanding between the City and SEIU Local 1021 in accordance with the terms of the Tentative Agreement reached between the parties’ representatives. Adopted: June 15, 2010
69-10 69-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2010-11 Appropriations Limit for the City of Richmond pursuant to Article XIIIB, as amended by the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 15, 2010
64-10 64-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the issuance and sale ofCity of Richmond, California, 2010-2011 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes. Adopted: June 1, 2010
68-10 68-10
ADOPT a resolution supporting outreach and education regarding smart meters to prevent power service disconnections and urging a moratorium on the installation of new smart meters pending the outcome of an investigation by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Adopted: June 1, 2010
67-10 67-10
ADOPT a resolution granting another designated period (June 2, 2010, to September 1, 2010) for the two-years additional service credit for early retirement for certain specified classifications. Adopted: June 1, 2010
66-10 66-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing staff to apply for annexation of a 10-foot wide strip of land in the Kay Road right-of-way that is currently owned by Contra Costa County, and directing the city manager to submit a letter to the county treasurer acknowledging that there will be no change in property tax revenue allocation following the annexation. Adopted: June 1, 2010
65-10 65-10
ADOPT a resolution supporting waste diversion through food waste composting and authorizing the City of Richmond to accept a grant in the amount of $60,000 from the West Contra Costa Integrated Waste Management Authority for the funding of a food waste collection outreach program. Adopted: June 1, 2010
63-10 63-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2010-2011 for the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District (MBLLMD), declaring the City Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the MBLLMD, and to announce a public hearing concerning the proposed increased assessment on July 20, 2010. Adopted: June 1, 2010
62-10 62-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2010-2011 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District (HLMD), declaring the City Council's intention to increase the annual assessment in the HLMD, and to announce a public hearing concerning the proposed increased assessment on July 20, 2010. Adopted: June 1, 2010
61-10 61-10
ADOPT a resolution adjusting the 2009/2010 Wastewater Enterprise budget: (1) increasing revenues by $1,922,260.46; (2) increasing capital expenditures by $1,722,260.46; and (3) increasing professional services by $200,000, to appropriate funds received through the contract settlement with Veolia Water NA. Adopted: June 1, 2010
60-10 60-10
ADOPT a resolution in support of the City of Richmond seeking designation as a Contra Costa Heartsafe Community to promote healthy lifestyles that encourage heart safety. Adopted: June 1, 2010
59-10 59-10
ADOPT a resolution renewing and continuing the local emergency related to sinkhole damage on Via Verdi in the vicinity of El Portal Drive that was first proclaimed by the city manager on April 22, 2010, and ratified by the City Council on April 27, 2010. Adopted: May 18, 2010
58-10 58-10
ADOPT a resolution to adjust appropriations for the 2009/2010 Recreation Department Budget to add $500 in mini grant funding from the National Recreation and Parks Association. Adopted: May 18, 2010
57-10 57-10
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board and the Richmond City Council authorizing the acceptance of the Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration’s $50,000 planning grant and the transfer of $20,500 in matching funds to the City of Richmond for administration of the grant by the city. Adopted: May 18, 2010
56-10 56-10
ADOPT a resolution rescinding Resolution NO. 41-09 submitting to the voters of the City of Richmond at the November 2, 2010 General Election an Ordinance Relating to payment of Utility Taxes and Withdrawing said ordinance from the ballot. Adopted: May 11, 2010
55-10 55-10
ADOPT a resolution opposing Arizona Law SB 1070 and urging its Immediate Repeal. Adopted: May 4, 2010
54-10 54-10
ADOPT a resolution reaffirming our support for developing and implementing strategies for meeting California’s Greenhouse gas reduction targets, and in promoting emission reductions from motor vehicles. Adopted: May 4, 2010
53-10 53-10
ADOPT a resolution opposing Proposition 16 on the June 18, 2010, statewide General Election ballot, the “New Two-Thirds Vote Requirement for Public Electricity Providers” Initiative. Adopted: May 4, 2010
52-10 52-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2010-2015 Five-Year Consolidated Plan and Analysis of Impediments and authorizing its submittal to Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Adopted: May 4, 2010
50-10 50-10
ADOPT a resolution revising the list of authorized Broker-Dealers available to conduct investment trading business with the Finance Department in accordance with Government Code 53601. Adopted: May 4, 2010
49-10 49-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of $20,000.00 from the City of El Cerrito, California and $23,300.00 from the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District. These monies shall be appropriated to fund the Greenway/Ohlone Gap Closure Project. Adopted: May 4, 2010
48-10 48-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute the Maintenance Agreement with the State of California Department of Transportation to allow the City to Maintain the Pedestrian/Bicycle Path and Lighting in the City of Richmond. Adopted: May 4, 2010
Order of Vacation 903 Order of Vacation 903
ADOPT a resolution ordering the vacation of a portion of South 1st Street. Adopted: May 4, 2010
47-10 47-10
ADOPT a resolution accepting Redevelopment funds for certain public improvements to Nevin Avenue, making findings and approvals pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment Law, and awarding a contract to Ghilotti Bros., Inc. in an amount not to exceed $1,145,482 for certain public improvements to Nevin Avenue. Adopted: May 4, 2010
46-10 46-10
ADOPT a resolution ratifying the proclamation by the director of emergency services declaring the existence of a local emergency on April 22, 2010,due to sinkhole damage on Via Verde in Richmond, California, and requesting that the governor of the State of California proclaim a State of Emergency in Richmond because the City’s available resources are inadequate to cope with the Local Emergency. Adopted: April 27, 2010
45-10 45-10
ADOPT a resolution the Annual Consolidated Action Plan for 2010-2011 and authorizing the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to administer all activities as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Program and to expend all funds contained therein. Adopted: April 20, 2010
44-10 44-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the application for grant funds for the Urban Greening Planning grant program under the Safe drinking water, Water Quality, and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006(Propositions 84). Adopted: April 20, 2010
43-10 43-10
ADOPT a resolution levying special assessment for unpaid waste collection service charges on certain lands situated in the City of Richmond. County of Contra Costa, State of California. Adopted: April 20, 2010
42-10 42-10
ADOPT a joint resolution certifying review and consideration of the final environmental impact report, making findings required by the California Environmental Quality Act and stating overriding considerations in the approval and adoption of the amended and restated redevelopment plan for the Richmond merged redevelopment project area (The “Amended Redevelopment Plan”). Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 10-11. Adopted: April 20, 2010
41-10 41-10
ADOPT a resolution written findings and responses to written objections received in connection with consideration of the amended and restated Redevelopment Plan for the Richmond merged redevelopment project area pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 33363. Adopted: April 20, 2010
40-10 40-10
ADOPT a resolution expressing its support of Measure D in the June 8, 2010 primary election ballot. Adopted: April 6, 2010
39-10 39-10
ADOPT a resolution in support of the California Democracy Act. Adopted: April 6, 2010
38-10 38-10
ADOPT a resolution declaring the official intent of the City of Richmond to reimburse certain expenditures from proceeds of indebtedness. Adopted: April 6, 2010
37-10 37-10
ADOPT a resolution to adjust appropriations by $40,000 in the 2009-2010 Employment and Training Department Budget. Adopted: April 6, 2010
36-10 36-10
ADOPT a resolution approving a tentative agreement with the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers Local 21 (IFPTE Local 21) for a two-year extension of the current memorandum of understanding. Adopted: April 6,2010
35-10 35-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of a $100,000 Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund (SLESF) grant from the State of California, and the appropriation of this amount for Police Department training and equipment cost. Adopted: March 16, 2010
34-10(a) 34-10(a)
ADOPT a Richmond City Council resolution approving an amendment to the Predevelopment Loan Agreement by and between the City of Richmond, Community Housing Corporation of North Richmond (CHDC) and Eden Housing. Adopted: March 16, 2010
34-10(b) 34-10(b)
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) to accept funding from the California Energy Commission for a regional residential energy retrofit program- Retrofit Bay Area- and to recognize Contra Costa County as the local implementer of the program within Contra Costa County. Adopted: March 16, 2010
33-10 a 33-10 a
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council approving the issuance of $36.5 million of the Agency's Subordinate Tax Allocation Refunding Bonds (Merged Project Area), 2010 Series A, and authorizing related actions. Adopted: March 2, 2010
33-10 33-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the filing of a grant application for funds with the California Culture and Historical endowment (CCHE) under the California clean water, clean air, safe neighborhood parks, and coastal protection act of 2002 (Round 4). Adopted: March 2, 2010
32-10 32-10
ADOPT a resolution to support the March 4th Statewide Day of Action to defend Public Education. Adopted: March 2, 2010
31-10 31-10
ADOPT a resolution ordering preparation of an engineer’s report for fiscal year 2010-2011 regarding improvements and costs for the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting maintenance district. Adopted: March 2, 2010
30-10 30-10
ADOPT a resolution ordering preparation of an engineer’s report for fiscal year 2010-2011 regarding improvements and costs for the Hilltop Landscape maintenance assessment district. Adopted: March 2, 2010
29-10 29-10
ADOPT a resolution approving Fiscal Year 2009-10 Mid-Year Budget Adjustments. Adopted: February 16, 2010
28-10 28-10
ADOPT a resolution directing and authorizing the City Manager to establish a downtown revitalization project fund of $8 million for specific projects, beginning with any and all city funds remaining in the Civic Center projects is closed out and continuing with one-time city revenues, such as those realized from the sale of land or other assets, or other non-operating funds as soon as they are available. Adopted: February 16, 2010
27-10 27-10
ADOPT a resolution naming the Marina Bay underpass in honor of fallen Richmond Police Officer Bradley A. Moody. Adopted: February 16, 2010
26-10 26-10
ADOPT a resolution of support for the Wildcat Creek Trail over-crossing of the Richmond Parkway and authorization to execute a cooperative funding agreement. Adopted: February 16, 2010
25-10 25-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the city to join Green Cities California, to adopt the Green Cities California sustainability resolution, and to take action to accelerate local, regional, national and international efforts to achieve sustainability. Adopted: February 16, 2010
24-10 24-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter construction contract and bridge loan to Rosie the Riveter trust or an affiliated Wholly owned for profit entity for the renovation of the Maritime Center. Adopted: February 16, 2010
23-10 23-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the mitigated negative declaration and mitigated monitoring and reporting program for a temporary by-pass road at the intersection of Regatta Boulevard and Meade Street in the City of Richmond. Adopted: February 16, 2010
22-10 22-10
ADOPT a joint resolution authorizing a joint public hearing to consider the proposed amended and restated redevelopment plan for the Richmond merged Redevelopment project area, the accompanying final environmental impact report and the report to the City Council. Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 10-8. Adopted: February 16, 2010
21-10 21-10
ADOPT a joint resolution approving and authorizing a construction agreement between RCRA and BART.Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 10-6. Adopted: February 16, 2010
20-10 20-10
ADOPT a joint resolution approving and authorizing execution of a design contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates. Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 10-5. Adopted: February 16, 2010
19-10 19-10
ADOPT a joint resolution authorizing execution of a construction management contract with MACK5.Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 10-4. Adopted: February 16, 2010
18-10 18-10
ADOPT a joint resolution approving and authorizing execution of a construction contract with C. Overra and Company. Cross Reference with RRA Resolution No. 10-3. Adopted: February 16, 2010
17-10 17-10
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council approving the execution and delivery by the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency of a fixed-receiver swap agreement. Cross reference RRA Resolution no. 10-1. Adopted: February 16, 2010
16-10 16-10
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Local Taxpayer, Public Safety and Transportation Protection Act of 2010. Adopted: February 2, 2010
15-10 15-10
ADOPT a resolution in recognition of the 350 ppm C02 as the sensible limit to prevent extreme climate change. Adopted: February 2, 2010
14-10 14-10
ADOPT a resolution approving applications for grant funds pursuant to the Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program of 2008. Adopted: February 2, 2010
13-10 13-10
ADOPTED a resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with the California Public Utilities Commission. Adopted: February 2, 2010
12-10 12-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing acceptance of allocated funds from the Contra Costa County Health Services Division and the related two-year Interagency Agreement No. 22-402-12. Adopted: February 2, 2010
11-10 11-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of allocated funds from the Contra Costa County Health Services Division and the related two-year Interagency Agreement No.22-351-14. Adopted: February 2, 2010
10-10 10-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of allocated funds from the Contra Costa County Health Services Division and the related two-year Interagency Agreement No. 22-276-18. Adopted: February 2, 2010
9-10 9-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the submittal of a grant application to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for TDA funding of the Bay Trail Gap Closure Project from the western shoreline of the City’s Point Potrero Marine Terminal to Seacliff Drive. Adopted: February 2, 2010
8-10 8-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of a State of California Development Act Article 3 grant and expenditure of grant funds for the purpose of developing a citywide Bicycle Plan Adopted: January 19, 2010
7-10 7-10
ADOPT a resolution in opposition of the proposed closure of the Station A branch Post Office located at 200 Broadway. Adopted: January 19, 2010
6-10 6-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to join the California First program; the California Statewide communities development authority to accept applications from property owners, conduct contractual assessment proceedings and levy contractual assessments within the territory of the City of Richmond; and related actions. Adopted: January 19, 2010
5-10 5-10
ADOPT a resolution to request Contra Costa County to join the California First AB 811 financing program for renewable energy and energy efficiency. Adopted: January 19, 2010
4-10 4-10
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to provide city-paid dental and vision insurance benefits to survivors of public safety employees killed in the line of duty. Adopted: January 19, 2010
3-10 3-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the additional 2010 Annual cost of living increase for recipients of the general pension fund. Adopted: January 19, 2010
2-10 2-10
ADOPT a resolution providing authorization to publish a notice of public hearing concerning proposed increases in Wastewater user rates and other related fees and authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith Adopted: January 19, 2010
1-10 1-10
ADOPT a resolution approving the Stormwater Utility area agreement between the Contra Costa County flood control and Water Conservation District and the City of Richmond Adopted: January 5, 2010
141-09 141-09
ADOPT a resolution calling for U.S. support for third party diplomatic negotiations in the Niger Delta and support for the Energy Security through Transparency Act. Adopted:December 15,2009
140-09 140-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing certifying the Miraflores Housing Development Plan Environmental Impact Report (State Clearinghouse #2007082154),adopting a statement of overriding considerations, mitigation monitoring and reporting program, and approving a general plan Amendment ( PLN 09-026),subject to findingd and conditions herein. Adopted:December 15,2009
139-09 139-09
ADOPT a concurrent resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California and the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency related to existing indebtedness of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 33691. Adopted:December 15,2009
138-09 138-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing the acceptance of $139,494 Funds Awarded the City through the Recovery Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant(JAG) Program Award Grant. Adopted: December 15, 2009
137 A-09 137 A-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing the Port Director or his designee to request for extending a grant period for environmental enhancement and mitigation program funding for an extension of the construction of the Bay Trail access to Richmond Shipyard 3. Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park at Point Potrero Marine Terminal. Adopted:December 15,2009
137-09 137-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing the execution of a contract with Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. to prepare a Historic Structures Report for Richmond Shipyard number three. Adopted: December 15, 2009
136-09 136-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing the acceptance of $ 573,395 in funds awarded the City through the Recovery Act: Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (Formula) Program Award Grant. Adopted:December 15,2009
135-09 135-09
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond City Council to increase revenue by $1,000.00 and to increase expenditures by $1,000.00 in the 2009-2010 Recreation Department Budget. Adopted:December 15,2009
134-09 134-09
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond City Council to increase revenue by $500.00 and to increase expenditures by $500.00 in the 2009-2010 Recreation Department Budget. Adopted: December 15, 2009
133-09 133-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing the acceptance of grant funds awarded to the Richmond Public Library’s Literacy For Every Adult Program ( LEAP) by the California State Library through the California Library Literacy Services (CLLS) program and amending LEAP’S FY2009/2010 state grant budget not to exceed $112,237 Adopted:December 1, 2009
132-09 132-09
ADOPT a resolution confirming the City of Richmond Investment Policy, as recommended by the City's auditors, Maze and Associates, and as recommended by the Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada. Adopted: November 17,2009
131-09 131-09
ADOPT a resolution committing to implementing the energy-saving opportunities identified through participation in California Energy Commission's (CEC) Energy Partnership Program, which provides no-cost technical assistance to audit and identify cost and energy-saving opportunities in City facilities. Adopted: November 17,2009
130-09 130-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City's 457(b) Governmental Deferred Compensation Plan dated August 1, 2008, to bring it into compliance with legislative and regulatory changes to the Pension Protection Act of 2006, Heroes Earnings Assistance and Relief Tax Act of 2008, Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, and the Worker, Retiree, and Employer Recovery Act of 2008. Adopted: November 17,2009
129-09 129-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: November 17,2009
128-09 128-09
Public hearing to MODIFY the Planning Commission's approval of a Parcel Map (MS 756-08) to subdivide an existing residential lot located at 367 Western Drive. Adopted: November 3,2009
125-09 125-09
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond City Council authorizing the city manager to apply for energy efficiency loans from the California Energy Commission to implement energy efficiency measures and to ACCEPT a loan. Adopted: November 3, 2009
127-09 127-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid invoices related to administrative citations, nuisance abatement costs, and foreclosure ordinance fines pursuant to Richmond Municipal Code Chapters 9.22 and 2.63. Adopted: November 3, 2009
126-09 126-09
ADOPT a resolution declaring Richmond a Human Rights City, at the recommendation of the Human Relations and Human Rights Commission. Adopted: November 3, 2009
124-09 124-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing and directing the mayor to execute and the city clerk to record an Encroachment Agreement with Augusto Jr. and Arraceli Ferriols to encroach upon a portion of Parcel M in Subdivision 4833. Adopted: November 3,2009
123-09 123-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Communications Call Taker. This position will support the Dispatcher classification and will allow the Dispatchers to focus on handling radio transmissions.Adopted: November 3,2009
120-09 120-09
ADOPT a resolution accepting grant funds from the California Department of Fish and Game, Office of Spill Prevention and Response. Adopted: October 20, 2009.
122-09 122-09
ADOPT a resolution recommended by the Human Relations and Human Rights Commission in support of teachers and students in West Contra Costa Unified School District. Adopted: October 20,2009
121-09 121-09
ADOPT a City Council resolution approving the amendment to the Plan and authorizing the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency (Agency) to administer the Plan.Adopted: October 20,2009
119-09 119-09
ADOPT a resolution to award a consulting contract to Wiss, Jenney, Elstner Associates, Inc. for the preparation of a Historic Structures Report and Schematic Design for Rehabilitation of the Riggers Loft for an amount not to exceed $100,000.Adopted: October 20, 2009
118-09 118-09
ADOPT resolutions authorizing the executive director and city manager to execute a Master Cooperative Agreement with the Contra Costa Transportation Authority to access $2,700,000 in Measure J funding, for the design and engineering of the Marina Bay Parkway Grade Separation Project.Adopted: October 20, 2009
117-09 117-09
ADOPT resolutions authorizing the executive director and city manager to execute a contract with BKF Engineers in an amount not to exceed $2,699,690.Adopted: October 20, 2009
116-09 116-09
ADOPT a resolution amending and restating Resolution No. 30-09, authorizing and approving the borrowing of funds for Fiscal Year 2009-10; the issuance and sale of a 2009-2010 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes therefore; and participation in the California Communities Cash Flow Financing Program.Adopted: October 20, 2009
115-09 115-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council approving the issuance by the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority Lease Revenue Bonds (Civic Center Project), Series 2009; in an amount not to exceed $105,000,000 of its aggregate principal amount authorizing the forms of and directing the execution and delivery of a site lease amendment, a facility lease amendment, a bond purchase agreement, a continuing disclosure agreement, and an official statement; authorizing a lease financing with the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority; and approving the taking of all necessary actions in connection therewith.Adopted: October 20, 2009
114-09 114-09
ADOPT a resolution to adjust the FY 2009-2010 Capital Improvement Plan Budget to align expenditures with revised revenue projections.Adopted: October 13, 2009
113-09 113-09
ADOPT a resolution to adjust the FY 2009-2010 Operating Budget to align expenditures with revised revenue projections.Adopted: October 13, 2009
112-09 112-09
ADOPT a resolution appropriating $13 million Utility Users Tax revenue to offset a reduction in other general fund revenues in FY2008-2009. Adopted: October 13, 2009
111-09 111-09
ADOPT a resolution establishing the maximum taxicab fares within the City of Richmond. Adopted: October 6, 2009
110-09 110-09
ADOPT a resolution granting another designated period for the Two Years Additional Service Credit related to the proposed CalPERS early retirement program. Adopted: October 6, 2009
109-09 109-09
ADOPT a resolution relating to the City of Richmond’s participation in the California Statewide Community Development Authorities' Proposition 1A Securitization Program, approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery of a Purchase and Sale Agreement and related documents with respect to the sale of the seller's Proposition 1A Receivable from the State; and directing and authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith. Adopted: October 6, 2009
108-09 108-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with three materials-testing laboratories for as-needed construction materials testing services for City construction projects in an amount not to exceed $350,000 per contract over a three year period. Adopted: October 6, 2009
107-09 107-09
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and the Richmond City Council authorizing the transmittal of the Draft Amended and Restated Redevelopment Plan for the Richmond Merged Redevelopment Project Area, Redevelopment Plan Amendment Preliminary Report, and the Draft Environmental Impact Report prepared for the plan amendment. Adopted: October 6, 2009
106-09 106-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of Senate Bill 279 (Hancock): Finance Energy Efficiency, Water Conservation, and Renewable Energy Investments through Community Facility Districts.Adopted: October 6, 2009
105-09 105-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of a Richmond Community Land Trust. Adopted: September 15, 2009
104-09 104-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of Senate Bill 279 (Hancock): Finance Energy Efficiency, Water Conservation, and Renewable Energy Investments through Community Facility Districts. Adopted: September 15, 2009
103-09 103-09
ADOPT a resolution recognizing September 21-27, 2009, as a period for Pollution Prevention Awareness. Adopted: September 15, 2009
102-09 102-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of a grant application for the Bay Air Quality Management District's (BAAQMD) Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) Regional Fund in the amount of $709,800 to operate a Richmond Downtown and Marina Bay Shuttle (RDAMBAS) to and from the Richmond BART Station. Adopted: September 15, 2009
101-09 101-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Finance Department to offer an amnesty program for the business license tax in an effort to enhance recovery of delinquent business license tax payments. Adopted: September 15, 2009
100-09 100-09
ADOPT a resolution accepting grant funds from the California Department of Fish and Game, Office of Spill Prevention and Response. Adopted: September 15, 2009.
99-09 99-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council authorizing the execution and delivery of an interest rate swap agreement in connection with the Richmond Joint Powers Financing Authority Lease Revenue Bonds, and authorizing the taking of all necessary actions in connection therewith. Adopted: September 15, 2009
97-09 97-09
ADOPT a resolution opposing the expansion of Pardee Reservoir proposed in the East Bay Municipal Utility District Water Supply Management Program 2040. Adopted:September 8, 2009
92-09 92-09
ADOPT a resolution accepting a grant of non-exclusive public access easement for recreational trail purposes adjacent to the Bio-Rad Laboratory facilities at 3110 Regatta Boulevard for use as a portion of the Bay Trail. Adopted: September 8, 2009
96-09 96-09
ADOPT a resolution to adjust revenues and expenditures for the 2009-2010 Recreation Department Budget adding $3,650 for summer camp programs to account for grant funding from the Northern California Grantmakers. Adopted:September 8, 2009
95-09 95-09
ADOPT a resolution accepting certain streets and public improvements completed by Easter Hill Development Associates, LLC and the Richmond Housing Authority, as the developers of Subdivisions 8705 and 8761 ("Easter Hill Hope VI"),as specified in the Improvement Agreement approved by the City Council on February 17, 2004. Adopted: September 8,2009
94-09 94-09
ADOPT a resolution accepting certain streets and public improvements completed by the Cortez Hope VI developers; Easter Hill Development Associates, LLC; and the Richmond Housing Authority, as specified in the Improvement Agreement approved by City Council on July 27, 2004. Adopted:September 8, 2009
93-09 93-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Engineer I/II and delete the classifications of Junior Engineer and Assistant Engineer.Adopted:September 8, 2009
91-09 91-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Community Services Administrative Manager and delete the classification of Library & Community Services Administrative Manager.Adopted: September 8, 2009
90-09 90-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the port director to accept the Fiscal Year 2008 California Port and Maritime Security Grant Program Grant in the amount of $3,787,889 and to take any and all actions necessary to implement the resolution in accordance with such program. Adopted:September 8, 2009
87-09 87-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of an immediate settlement of the Chevron Renewal Project and the reinstatement of 1,100 jobs. Adopted: July 28, 2009
86-09 86-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of spending any money received through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on American manufactured products and services to maximize the success of our nation's recovery program. Adopted: July 28, 2009
85-09 85-09
ADOPT a resolution declaring the City's intent to use proceeds of indebtedness to reimburse itself for certain expenditures in connection with the development of a biosolids dewatering facility at the waste water treatment plant. Adopted: July 28, 2009
82-09 82-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a Swap Agreement related to the City's outstanding Wastewater Bonds and other actions necessary in connection therewith. Adopted: July 28, 2009
81-09 81-09
ADOPT a resolution to adjust appropriations for the 2009/2010 Employment & Training Department Budget to add $1,550,000 for specific employment and training activities to recognize additional grant funding from the Department of Labor (DOL) and the State Employment Development Department (EDD). Adopted: July 28, 2009
84-09 84-09
ADOPT a resolution levying assessments for Fiscal Year 2009/2010. Adopted: July 28, 2009
83-09 83-09
ADOPT a resolution declaring the results of the election; and the voters approve formation of the Marina Bay Landscape and Lighting District. Adopted: July 28, 2009
88-09 88-09
Allowing the sanitary and storm sewer fees to be collected on the annual 2009-2010 tax rolls Adopted: July 21, 2009
79-09 79-09
Adopt a resolution approving the levy and collection of assessments in the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance Assessment District for the fiscal year 2009-2010. Adopted: July 21, 2009
78-09 78-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of continuing cardiovascular surgery for Kaiser patients in the East Bay. Adopted: July 21, 2009
77-09 77-09
ADOPT a resolution making certain findings and approving and establishing an Economic Recovery Zone in order to make the City and its affiliated agencies eligible to issue Recovery Zone Economic Development Bonds (RZEDB) and Recovery Zone Facility Bonds (RCFB). Adopted: July 21, 2009
76-09 76-09
ADOPT a resolution that confirms the City's intention to reimburse the SWRCB for project expenditures that are part of the funding agreement. Adopted: July 21, 2009
75-09 75-09
ADOPT a resolution that dedicates a portion of the sanitary sewer rate fees and proceeds of the sanitary sewer revenue bonds as sources of revenue for wastewater improvement projects listed in the application. Adopted: July 21, 2009
74-09 74-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the finance director to execute a Financial Assistance Application with the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB). Adopted: July 21, 2009
73-09 73-09
ADOPT a resolution of project compliance to submit a Regional Measure 2 Allocation Request to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for Environmental Studies and Preliminary Engineering of the Ohlone/Richmond Greenway Gap Closure Project. Adopted: July 21, 2009
72-09 72-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Technology Application Specialist. Adopted: July 21, 2009
71-09 71-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Construction Inspector I/II and delete the classifications of Assistant Public Works Inspector and Senior Public Works Inspector. Adopted: July 21, 2009
70-09 70-09
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and the Richmond City Council approving a $5,580,539 loan with Mechanics Bank to enable the Agency to repay an advance from the City's General Fund for deposit with the Agency's bond trustee. Adopted: July 21, 2009
68-09 68-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond directing the City of Richmond Building Division to enforce the 2008 version of the California Code of Regulations Title 24, Part 6 Building Energy Efficiency Standards. Adopted: July 7, 2009
67-09 67-09
ADOPT a resolution approving an insurance program placement for Port Operations of the City of Richmond effective July 1, 2009, in an amount not to exceed $28,000 for FY 2009-2010, and as adjusted thereafter in accordance with the quoted renewal premium. Adopted: July 7, 2009
66-09 66-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Finance Manager I/II. Adopted: July 7, 2009
65-09 65-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County property tax records. Adopted: July 7, 2009
64-09 64-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond Classification Plan to add the new classification of Business License Field Investigator. Adopted: July 7, 2009
63-09 63-09
ADOPT a resolution approving the submission of an application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Contra Costa County Consortium Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 (NSP2) and authorizing the implementation of NSP2. Adopted: July 7, 2009
62-09 62-09
ADOPT a resolution approving the 3rd Amendment to the Construction Loan, Deed of Trust, Promissory Note and Regulatory Agreement by and among the City of Richmond, Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and Wood Development Corporation to forgive the loan payment obligation and to eliminate the 45-year resale restrictions on the 14 units in the Phase I Scattered Sites Project. Adopted: June 16, 2009
61-09 61-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of Youth of Promise - A Mentoring Program in West Contra Costa County and encourage volunteerism through mentorships to assist at-risk youth in the City of Richmond. Adopted: June 16, 2009
60-09 60-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of efforts to exclude Interstate 80 in Contra Costa County for express lane consideration if Assembly Bill 74 (TORRICO) is not modified to include West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee (WCCTAC) proposed amendments and to direct staff to forward this resolution to WCCTAC for their use in lobbying Senate legislators to exclude I-80 from the Network as appropriate. Adopted: June 16, 2009
59-09 59-09
ADOPT a resolution placing driver's license checkpoints as a low priority for the Richmond Police Department. Adopted: June 16, 2009
58-09 58-09
ADOPT a resolution to support and maintain Adult Education and English as a Second Language Programs in the West Contra Costa Unified School District. Adopted: June 16, 2009
57-09 57-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to submit an application for the expenditure of the formula-allocated Federal Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant funds in the amount of $955,100 for the approximate period from August 1, 2009, through July 31, 2012. Adopted: June 16, 2009
56-09 56-09
ADOPT a resolution approving the fiscal year 2009-14 Five-Year Capital Improvement Budget. Adopted: June 16, 2009
55-09 55-09
ADOPT a resolution approving the fiscal year 2009-10 Operating Budget. Adopted: June 16, 2009
54-09 54-09
ADOPT a resolution approving the 2009/2010 Appropriations Limit pursuant to Article XlllB, as amended by the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 16, 2009
53-09 53-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond Position Classification Plan to delete the classification of Lead Payroll Coordinator and add the classification of Payroll Supervisor. Adopted: June 16, 2009
52-09 52-09
ADOPT a resolution Authorizing participation and membership in the California Joint Powers Risk Management Authority (CJPRMA) for placement of general liability insurance coverage for a period of three years commencing July 1, 2009, in a premium amount not to exceed $1,000,000 for fiscal year 2009/2010, and as adjusted on an annual basis thereafter. Adopted: June 16, 2009
51-09 51-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the creation of a Single-Purpose Entity for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). Adopted: June 16, 2009
50-09 50-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond approving the issuance of multifamily housing revenue bonds and related actions. Adopted: June 16, 2009.
49-09 49-09
ADOPT a resolution accepting the Engineer's Report for the MBLLMD, declaring intention to form the MBLLMD, and setting July 28, 2009, as the date for a hearing on the proposed assessments. Adopted: June 9, 2009
48-09 48-09
ADOPT a resolution initiating proceedings for formation of the Marina Bay Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District (MBLLMD) and for the levy and collection of assessments for fiscal year 2009-2010. Adopted: June 9, 2009
47-09 47-09
ADOPT a Resolution of the City of Richmond authorizing a transfer of general fund revenues to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to provide funding for a loan that will be taken out by the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts or an affiliated nonprofit public benefit corporation from the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency. Adopted May 26, 2009.
45-09 45-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of Measure C 2006 and 2007 "Growth Management Program Compliance Checklist" to the Contra Costa County Transportation Authority (CCTA) to allow the City of Richmond to receive its allocation of FY 2007-08 and 2008-09 Local Street Maintenance and Improvement Funds. Adopted: June 2, 2009.
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ADOPT a resolution pursuant to California Streets and Highways Code Division 9 Part 3 Chapter 3 vacating a portion of Castro Street that has been superseded by relocation, resulting from construction of the Richmond Parkway, and is no longer needed for public purposes, reserving from the vacation easements for existing utilities. Adopted: June 2, 2009.
44-09 44-09
ADOPT a resolution approving the Engineer’s Report for FY 2009-2010 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District (“HLMD”), declaring the Council’s intention to increase the annual assessment in the HLMD, and announcing a Public Hearing concerning the proposed increased assessment on July 21, 2009, at 7:00 p.m. in City Council Chambers at 440 Civic Center Plaza in the City of Richmond. Adopted: June 2, 2009
42-09 42-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond upholding the Design Review Board approval of a Design Review Permit (Pln 09-038) to raise the lower story of an existing single-family dwelling located at 302 Santa Fe thirty-four inches. Adopted: May 19, 2009.
41-09 41-09
ADOPT a resolution to submit to Richmond voters at the November 2, 2010, General Municipal Election an ordinance amending the City's Utility Users' Tax so that all users, including large industrial users, shall pay utility users taxes based on actual usage, and to ensure that the tax covers all gas which is used or consumed to produce energy or for any other purpose. Adopted: May 19, 2009.
40-09 40-09
ADOPT a joint resolution to approve a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and the Police Department of the City of Richmond to enhance the Code Enforcement Program in Redevelopment Project Areas in an amount not to exceed $100,000 for FY 2008-09. Adopted: May 19, 2009.
39-09 39-09
ADOPT a resolution declaring the City's intent to undertake the financing of a multifamily-housing development and to induce the development of the Lillie Mae Jones Plaza Development through the issuance of multifamily-housing mortgage-revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $7,000,000. Adopted: May 19, 2009.
38-09 38-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing City departments to submit applications for American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funding and appropriating any resulting grant proceeds into the departments' or capital improvement program budget, as appropriate. Adopted: May 5, 2009.
37-09 37-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution and delivery of a swap agreement relating to the City's wastewater bonds and authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith. Adopted: May 5, 2009
36-09 36-09
ADOPT a resolution of the City Council approving the issuance of tax exempt securities for the financing of a port-related project and related actions. Adopted: May 5, 2009.
35-09 35-09
ADOPT an amended and restated resolution of the City Council approving the forms of a facilities lease, a bond purchase contract, a continuing disclosure agreement, an official statement, and certain other actions. Adopted: May 5, 2009.
34-09 34-09
ADOPT a resolutio of the Council of the City of Richmond substantially amending the Annual Consolidated Action Plan 2008-2009. Adopted: May 5, 2009.
33-09 33-09
ADOPT a City Council resolution approving the Annual Consolidated Action Plan and authorizing the submittal of the 2009 Annual Consolidated Plan to HUD. Adopted May 5, 2009.
32-09 32-09
ADOPT a resolution proclaiming May 2009 as a month to recognize the benefits of bicycling and to recognize bicycling promotional activities such as the Team Bike Challenge and May 14, 2009, as Bike-to-Work Day. Adopted April 28, 2009.
31-09 31-09
ADOPT a resolution for the term January 1, 2009, through December 31, 2009, which retains the current maximum tow fees approved in 2005. Adopted: April 21, 2009.
30-09 30-09
ADOPT a resolution (1) authorizing the issuance by the City of Richmond of tax and revenue anticipation notes (TRANS) in an amount not to exceed $30,000,000; (2) authorizing various financing documentation, including a purchase agreement and a trust agreement; (3) authorizing the finance director/treasurer to sign financing documentation in connection with the issuance of the TRANs; and (4) appointing the law firm of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe as bond counsel to the City of Richmond. Adopted: April 21, 2009
29-09 29-09
ADOPT a resolution of the Council of the City of Richmond, California authorizing a standing order procurement process with Innovative Interfaces, Inc. of Emeryville, California for annual hardware and software maintenance, consulting, training, and software application modules in an amount not to exceed $150,000 for each of three fiscal years: 2008-2009, 2009-2010, and 2010-2011. Adopted: April 21, 2009
28-09 28-09
ADOPT a resolution increasing the City's current Living Wage, effective January 1, 2009, from $14.55 per hour to $15.19 per hour for employees with medical benefits; and from $16.05 per hour to $16.69 per hour for employees without medical benefits. Adopted: April 21, 2009
27-09 27-09
ADOPT a joint resolution authorizing the city manager and the agency executive director to execute the First Amendment to the Promissory Note and Commercial and Residential Development Commitment Agreement with Signature at Anchor Cove, LLC. to extend the term of the agreements for two years. Adopted: April 21, 2009
26-09 26-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing staff to complete and submit application for a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) 5310 Grant to allow for the purchase of seven paratransit vehicles at a total cost of $371,171, with the City's share of the cost at $42,573. Adopted: April 7, 2009
25-09 25-09
ADOPT a resolution approving the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park General Management Plan/Environmental Assessment and concurring with the selection of Alternative B of the Plan as the Preferred Alternative. Adopted: April 7, 2009
24-09 24-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of the Cuban Five, their rights to fair trial and visitation rights for their families. Adopted: April 7, 2009
23-09 23-09
ADOPT a resolution supporting Senate Bill 810, the California Universal Health Care Act of 2009. Adopted: April 7, 2009
22-09 22-09
ADOPT a resolution to award a consulting contract to Opticos Design, Inc. for the visioning and preparation of a form-based code for the 23rd Street Corridor. Adopted: April 7, 2009
21-09 21-09
ADOPT a resolution directing staff to place excess workers’ compensation insurance coverage with the California State Association of Counties – Excess Insurance Program (CSAC-EIA) for coverage effective April 18, 2009 and execute the Joint Powers Authority Agreement and the Excess Workers’ Compensation Memorandum of Understanding as required. Adopted: March 17, 2009
20-09 20-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County Property Tax Records in the total amount of $335,832. Adopted: March 17, 2009
19-09 19-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens and special assessments for unpaid garbage collection service fees on County Property Tax Records in the total amount of $335,832. Adopted: March 17, 2009
18-09 18-09
ADOPT a resolution designating David Baumann, P.L.S., of RBF Consulting, and Patrick M. Rei, L.S., of Kister, Savio & Rei, Inc., as Interim City Land Surveyors, for the purpose of checking subdivsion maps. Adopted: March 17, 2009
17-09 17-09
ADOPT a resolution approving the Final Map of Subdivision 9105 (a 12-unit condominium conversion in the El Sobrante area of Richmond) and DIRECT the recording thereof. Adopted: March 17, 2009
16-09 16-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond’s position classification plan to add the amended classification of Risk Manager. Adopted: March 17, 2009
15-09 15-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond’s position classification plan to add the classification of Sustainability Coordinator. Adopted: March 17, 2009
13A-09 13A-09
Adopt a resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond, California accepting redevelopment funds for certain public improvements to Nevin Park, making findings and approvals pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment Law, and authorizing a contract amendment with ADT Security Services Inc. an amount not exceed $49,800 for certain public improvements to Nevin Park. Adopted: March 3,2009
11-09 11-09
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Classification Plan to add the classifications of Management Analyst I/II and Senior Management Analyst. Adopted: March 3, 2009
14-09 14-09
Adopt a resolution endorsing the Employee Free Choice Act. Adopted: March 3, 2009
13-09 13-09
Adopt a resolution authorizing the city engineer to submit an application for federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funding in the amount of $1,550,000 for the Carlson Boulevard Improvements Project, and stating City assurance to complete the project. Adopted: March 3, 2009
12-09 12-09
Adopt a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of funds allocated by the Contra Costa Homeland Security Working Group (G10) to the Fire Department on behalf of the Richmond Youth Academy in the amount of $20,000 to be used for the purchase of a 15-person passenger van. Adopted: March 3, 2009
10-09 10-09
Adopt a resolution authorizing applications for local grant funds from the East Bay Regional Park District under the Measure WW Park Bond Extension. Adopted: March 3, 2009
9-09 9-09
Adopt a resolution ordering the preparation of an Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2009/10 Regarding Improvements and Costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance Assessment District. Adopted: March 3, 2009
8-09 8-09
Adopt a resolution in support of the City of Richmond making it a public policy objective to maximize economic benefit from underutilized real estate assets in the Port of Richmond. Adopted: February 17, 2009
7-09 7-09
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance of a $165,154 Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund grant from the State of California and approve the appropriation of this amount for sworn personnel overtime costs. Adopted: February 17, 2009
6-09 6-09
ADOPT a resolution in support of renaming the Contra Costa County Superior Courthouse in Richmond to the George D. Carroll Courthouse. Adopted: February 3, 2009
5-09 5-09
ADOPT a resolution extending the moratorium on the collection of residential solar building permit fees for photovoltaic and domestic solar hot water installations for an additional period of two years. February 3, 2009
4-09 4-09
AMEND Resolution No. 48-07 regarding terms of City board members, commissioners, and committee members to provide for a limit of up to 90 additional days of service continuation after term expiration rather than the unspecified limit to the number of days that is inherent in the current resolution. Adopted: January 20, 2009
3-09 3-09
Resolution providing policy direction for Design Review and Planning Commission functions. Adopted: January 20, 2009
2-09 2-09
Resolution to approve a consulting contract with Page & Turnbull, Inc. for the preparation of a mini-historic structures report/preservation plan for the Atchison Village Mutual Homes Corporation. Adopted: January 6, 2009
1-09 1-09
Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a successor Memorandum of Understanding between the City and the Richmond Police Management Association in accordance with the terms of the Tentative Agreement reached between the parties' representatives. Adopted: January 6, 2009
140-08 140-08
Resolution approving the Design Review Permit DR110442, subject to conditions of approval and Project Plans. Adopted: December 16, 2008
139-08 139-08
Resolution approving the General Plan Amendment amending the text and maps of the Richmond General Plan. Adopted: December 16, 2008
138-08 138-08
Resolution approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program. Adopted: December 16, 2008
137-08 137-08
A Resolution Declaring the Canvass of Returns and Result of the General Municipal Election held on November 4, 2008. Adopted: December 16, 2008
135-08 135-08
A resolution approving the City’s Authorized Broker/Dealer List to allow designated broker/dealers to offer investment instruments to the City of Richmond in accordance with Government Code 53601. Adopted: December 16, 2008
134-08 134-08
A resolution authorizing service contracts with five (5) selected vendors: Kister, Savio and REI, Richmond; BKF Engineers, Richmond; Towill, Inc., Concord; RBF Consulting, Walnut Creek; Woodrodgers, Oakland to provide as-needed land surveying services to support the design of capital improvement projects. Adopted: December 16, 2008
133-08 133-08
Forms of a facilities lease, a trust agreement, an official statement, a bond purchase agreement, and a continuing disclosure agreement. Adopted: December 16, 2008
136-08 136-08
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's Conflict of Interest Form. Adopted: December 16, 2008
132-08 132-08
Master Fee Schedule and adopt a resolution approving the Master Fee Schedule in accordance with Chapters 2.34.040 and 13.45.020 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: December 2, 2008
131-08 131-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of funds in the amount of $228,907 allocated to the City of Richmond from the Department of Homeland Security, 2007 Assistance to Firefighters Grant program, to establish a Fire Department health and wellness program. Adopted: November 25, 2008
130-08 130-08
ADOPT a resolution approving the following documents relating to the Port of Richmond's Honda Port of Entry Project: (1) second amended and Restated Lease Agreement, (2) Marine Terminal Operating Agreement, and (3) Minimum Annual Guaranty Agreement. Adopted: November 18, 2008
129-08 129-08
Conduct a public hearing on an appeal by Fred Arm from the Design Review Board's approval of the certification of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and Design Review Permit for the Honda Port of Entry Project at Point Potrero and AFFIRM, MODIFY, or DENY the certification of the EIR with Statement of Overriding Consideration and accompanying Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Program and AFFIRM, MODIFY, or DENY the Design Review Permit, subject to conditions. Adopted: November 18, 2008
128-08 128-08
ADOPT a resolution approving a 3% annual cost-of-living increase, in addition to the 2% minimum cost-of-living increase, for the recipients of the General Pension Fund, for a total annual cost-of-living increase of 5% for these recipients. Adopted: November 18, 2008
127-08 127-08
ADOPT a resolution to approve the request for an extension of unspent encumbered funds for the Dornan Drive Tunnel Repair and Rehabilitation project (Federal-Aid Project No. IBRL02-5137(029)) and the Filbert and Kelsey Streets Improvement project (Federal-Aid Project No. STPLER-5137(026)) and AUTHORIZE the City Engineer to sign the Cooperative Work Agreement Extension Request on behalf of the City Council. Adopted: November 18, 2008
126-08 126-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing staff to apply for $100,000 in State of California Transportation Development Act (TDA) Article 3 Funds through Contra Costa County for the purpose of developing a citywide Master Bicycle Plan. Adopted: November 18, 2008
123-08 123-08
ADOPT a resolution approving the removal of the existing stop control on Regatta Boulevard at Marina Bay Parkway and replacement of this stop control with a right-of-way yield sign for southbound Marina Bay Parkway traffic turning onto Regatta Boulevard. Adopted: October 28, 2008
122-08 122-08
ADOPT a resolution approving modification of the stop controls at Garrard Boulevard, Canal Boulevard, and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway yard driveway, changing the existing four-way stop to a two-way stop. Adopted: October 28, 2008
121-08 121-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing placement of liens on property tax rolls for unpaid garbage collection service fees. Adopted: October 28, 2008
120-08 120-08
ADOPT a joint City/Agency resolution as follows: (1) supporting the use of Measure J Transportation Sales Tax Funds programmed for the Richmond Parkway and West County ferry service to assist with the design and construction of the Marina Bay Parkway Grade Separation, and (2) authorizing the execution of a three-party agreement among the City of Richmond, the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, and the City of Hercules. October 28, 2008
119-08 119-08
Resolution approving the Substantial Amendment to the Annual 2008-2009 Consolidated Action Plan in an amount not to exceed $3,346,105 in Title III of Division B Funds from the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, and authorizing the submittal of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program application per CFR 5255-N-01. Adopted: October 28, 2008
125-08 125-08
HOLD a public hearing on an appeal by Anthony Allen of the Planning Commission's September 4, 2008, approval of a Conditional Use Permit, subject to conditions, for the purpose of processing catalog and internet sales of gift baskets including wines, gift basket assembly, and a small retail alcoholic beverage store located at 1099 Essex Avenue. Adopted: October 21, 2008
118-08 118-08
establishing a pool of performance audit firms to include Macias Consulting Group, Kevin W. Harper, CPA & Associates, Matrix Consulting Group, and MGT of America, Inc. for the internal audit program and APPROVE a contract with each member of the pool for an amount not to exceed $150,000 (The Finance Committee reviewed this item on October 17, 2008, but a quorum was not present). Adopted: October 21, 2008
117-08 117-08
ADOPT a resolution formally adopting the voter approved Contra Costa County Measure L-Urban Limit Line (ULL), as the City of Richmond's ULL, for the purposes of compliance with Measure J, and DIRECT Staff to file a Notice of Determination within the time required by law. Adopted: October 21, 2008
116-08 116-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a modification to the Memorandum of Understanding between the City and IFPTE Local 21 and SEIU Local 1021 in accordance with the terms of the Tentative Agreement reached between the parties’ representatives, and extending the same benefit enhancements to Exempt and Confidential Management. Adopted: October 21, 2008
124-08 124-08
HOLD a public hearing concerning the July 23, 2008, Design Review Board (DRB) approval of a permit for construction of a ± 900 square foot two-story addition to an existing single-family residence located at 3045 Keith Drive in the May Valley neighborhood, and AFFIRM, DENY, or MODIFY the decision of the DRB. Adopted: October 7, 2008
115-08 115-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of $8,142 in grant funding from the West Contra Costa Integrated Waste Management Authority. Adopted: October 7, 2008
114-08 114-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of $27,238 from the State of California Department of Conservation (DOC) 2008/09 City/County Payment Program to fund improved recycling programs throughout City buildings and parks. Adopted: October 7, 2008
113-08 113-08
ADOPT a resolution affirming authorization of the Finance Director to determine the initial interest rate mode of the Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds and to amend the existing interest rate swap or execute a fixed receiver interest rate swap, if it is in the City's best interest. Adopted: October 7, 2008
112-08 112-08
ADOPT a resolution approving the Final Map of Subdivision 8771 (Sunset Court in the El Sobrante area), authorizing the execution of the Improvement Agreement with TC and PIN Developers, LLC and directing the recording of said map with the County Recorder. Adopted: October 7, 2008
111-08 111-08
ADOPT a resolution approving the Final Map for Subdivision 9239 (located on Santa Fe Avenue in the Point Richmond area), and directing the recording of said map with the County Recorder. Adopted: October 7, 2008
110-08 110-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing service contracts with five (5) selected vendors (Treadwell & Rollo, Inc., Fugro West, Inc., Nichols Consulting, AGS, Inc., and Kleinfelder) for as-needed geotechnical engineering services to expedite the design of capital improvement projects for an amount not to exceed $350,000 per vendor over a three-year period. (The Finance Committee reviewed this item at their meeting of September 19, 2008 and recommends City Council approval.). Adopted: October 7, 2008
109-08 109-08
Resolution of the Council of the City of Richmond making and approving certain findings and approvals under Section 33433 of the California Health and Safety Code for the development of 26 affordable rental units proposed as the Lillie Mae Jones Plaza Housing Development. Adopted: October 7, 2008
108-08 108-08
ADOPT a resolution committing to the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions targets established by AB 32, California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. Adopted: September 16, 2008
106-08 106-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the issuance of Variable Rate Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2008A, and approve the forms of a third supplemental indenture, a bond purchase agreement, a remarketing agreement, a reimbursement agreement and an official statement, and authorize staff to undertake certain other actions in connection with the refunding. The total amount of the bonds will not exceed 35 million dollars. Adopted: September 16, 2008
105-08 105-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Director of Planning and Building Services to initiate a request to the Postmaster of the United States Postal Service to change the addresses of the Richmond Memorial Auditorium, Hall of Justice, and City Hall buildings to 403, 440 and 450 Civic Center Plaza, respectively. Adopted: September 16, 2008
104-08 104-08
ADOPT a joint resolution to approve a Memorandum of Understanding by and among the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, the City of Richmond and the Library and Cultural Services Department to implement a Mural Clean-up Program in Redevelopment Project Areas. Adopted: September 16, 2008
103-08 103-08
ADOPT a joint resolution to approve a Memorandum of Understanding by and among the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, the City of Richmond, and the Public Works Department to implement Public Improvements in Redevelopment Project Areas by making capital improvements as needed to circulation, streets, parking, gateways, public transportation facilities, sewer and water systems, utilities and parks. Adopted: September 16, 2008
102-08 102-08
City resolution approving a contract amendment with Bay Cities Paving and Grading, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $470,165 for a total contract amount not to exceed $3,293,034 for a term of August 18, 2008, to June 30, 2009, for public improvements to Nevin Park (The Finance Standing Committee Chair forwarded this item to the City Council/Agency Board as there was not a quorum for the September 5, 2008, meeting.). Adopted: September 16, 2008
107-08 107-08
a resolution approving the City of Richmond becoming a signatory to the Urban Environmental Accords. Adopted: September 16, 2008
101-08 101-08
ADOPT a resolution granting approval to the Richmond Community Benefits Agreement, dated July 31, 2008. Adopted: September 2, 2008
100-08 100-08
ADOPT a resolution amending the City of Richmond's position classification plan to add the classification of Neighborhood Change Agent. Adopted: September 2, 2008
99-08 99-08
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a successor Memorandum of Understanding between the City and the Richmond Police Officers Association in accordance with the terms of the Tentative Agreement reached between the parties’ representatives. Adopted: September 2, 2008
98-08 98-08
ADOPT a resolution to deny the appeal and affirm the Design Review Board's approval of a Design Review Permit, subject to conditions, for the project located at 4917 Thunderhead Court. Adopted: September 2, 2008
97-08 97-08
ADOPT resolution for a grant of a non-exclusive public easement along the shoreline of the Bottoms' property for the purpose of vehicular access. Adopted: September 2, 2008
96-08 96-08
ADOPT a resolutions accepting a grant of an exclusive public access easement along the shoreline of the Seacliff Marina property for the purpose of constructing, operating, and maintaining a pedestrian and biking trail. Adopted: September 2, 2008
95-08 95-08
ADOPT a resolution proclaiming September 15 - 28, 2008, as a period for Pollution Prevention Awareness. Adopted: September 2, 2008
94-08 94-08
approval of combined Conditional Use Permit 1101974 and Design Review Permit1104423 relating to the Chevron Energy and Hydrogen Renewal Project, and determine whether to uphold, modify or reverse the Planning Commission's decisions in light of the two appeals. Adopted: July 16, 2008
93-08 93-08
Chevron of the Richmond Planning Commission's certification of the Environmental Impact Report. Adopted: July 16, 2008
92-08 92-08
ADOPT the resolution approving the report on sewer service charges for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 prepared pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 12.20 of the Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: July 29, 2008
90-08 90-08
approving the Fiscal Year 2008-2013 Five Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and 2008-2009 Capital Improvement Budget. Adopted: July 29, 2008
89-08 89-08
(1) approving the City's 457(b) Governmental Deferred Compensation Plan dated August 1, 2008, (2) authorizing the making of loans to Plan participants, (3) approving the addition of the Lincoln Financial Group as a provider to the Plan, and (4) authorizing the Finance Director to proceed with implementation of the Plan and to execute all documents necessary to carry out the Plan. Adopted: July 29, 2008
88-08 88-08
authorizing placement of liens for unpaid garbage collection fees on County Property Tax Records against property owners who have failed to pay collection fees for more than six months. Adopted: July 29, 2008
87-08 87-08
renewing standing orders/outline agreements for technology related services from various vendors in an amount not to exceed $250,000 per vendor for fiscal year 2008-2009 (This item was reviewed and approved by the Finance Committee on July 25, 2008.). Adopted: July 29, 2008
86-08 86-08
renewing standing orders/outline agreements for technology related goods from various vendors in an amount not to exceed $250,000 per year per vendor for fiscal year 2008-2009 with the option to renew for two years (This item was reviewed and approved by the Finance Committee on July 25, 2008.). Adopted: July 29, 2008
85-08 85-08
(1) accepting $75,000 in grant funds from Preserve America and (2) approving a consulting contract with Page and Turnbull, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $150,000 for development of a historic context statement and reconnaissance level survey of the Coronado, Iron Triangle, and Santa Fe Neighborhoods (The Finance Committee reviewed this item on July 25, 2008, and recommended approval by the Council). Adopted: July 29, 2008
84-08 84-08
Approving the Design Guidelines for Heritage Home Additions. Adopted: July 22, 2008
83-08 83-08
Exempting members of Sister City Commissions or Committees from the policy of not being able to simultaneously serve on more than one City of Richmond Board, Commission or Committee. Adopted: July 22, 2008
82-08 82-08
Amending the City of Richmond Classification Plan to add the classification of Code Enforcement Supervisor. Adopted: July 22, 2008
81-08 81-08
approving a lease with The Watershed Nursery (
80-08 80-08
Amending the City of Richmond’s Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Housing Asset Manager. Adopted: July 22, 2008
79-08 79-08
Approving the levy and collection of assessment in the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance Assessment District for Fiscal Year 2008-2009. Adopted: July 22, 2008
78-08 78-08
authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against properties having unpaid fines and assessments relating to cleanup notifications and inspections, lot cleanups and/or building board ups constituting a public nuisance under Richmond Municipal Code (RMC) Chapter 9.22. Adopted: July 22, 2008
77-08 77-08
Authorizing the City of Richmond to levy special assessments against certain properties having unpaid accounts relating to Administrative Citations. Adopted: July 22, 2008
76-08 76-08
adjusting appropriations of the 2008-2009 Employment & Training Department Budget in the amount of $500,000 to account for EDD Talent Transfer grant revenue received after the approval of the 2008-2009 budget. Adopted: July 22, 2008
75-08 75-08
Endorsing the East Bay Regional Park District's proposed November 2008 ballot measure that would extend the Regional Open Space, Wildlife, Shoreline Parks Bond. Adopted: July 1, 2008
74-08 74-08
creating the Richmond-Zhoushan Sister City Commission for the purpose of initiating and conducting exchanges of activities with appropriate organizations, groups, and citizens of Zhoushan, with the approval of the City of Richmond. Adopted: July 1, 2008
73-08 73-08
approving a budget adjustment for the Literacy for Every Adult Program (LEAP), accepting the allocation of California Library Literacy Services (CLLS) funds from the California State Library in the amount of $75,493 for Fiscal Year 2007/2008. Adopted: July 1, 2008
72-08 72-08
approving a budget adjustment for the Richmond Public Library, accepting California Public Library Fund (PLF) in the amount of $39,488 from the California State Library, for fiscal year 2007-2008. Adopted: July 1, 2008
71-08 71-08
authorizing the execution and delivery of a master lease with SunTrust Leasing Corporation for equipment schedules, escrow agreements and related instruments, and determining other matters in connection therewith. Adopted: July 1, 2008
70-08 70-08
n support of renewing the West Contra Costa Unified School District’s (WCCUSD) Parcel Tax. Adopted: June 17, 2008
69-08 69-08
In support of the Brief of Amici Curiae from the National League of Cities which was filed in support of the County of San Diego. Adopted: June 17, 2008
68-08 68-08
Approving the Fiscal Year 2008/2009 Annual Operating Budget.
67-08 67-08
Resolutions to hold a Municipal and Special Municipal Election on November 4, 2008:(5) Providing for the Filing of Rebuttal Arguments. Adopted: June 17, 2008
66-08 66-08
Resolutions to hold a Municipal and Special Municipal Election on November 4, 2008: (4) Adopting Regulations for Candidates and Action To Be Taken In Case of a Tie Vote. Adopted: June 17, 2008
65-08 65-08
Resolutions to hold a Municipal and Special Municipal Election on November 4, 2008:(3) Requesting the County Board of Supervisors to Consolidate the Municipal Election with the Statewide Election. Adopted: June 17, 2008
64-08 64-08
Resolutions to hold a Municipal and Special Municipal Election on November 4, 2008:(2) Calling and Providing for a Special Municipal Election (Business License Act). Adopted: June 17, 2008
63-08 63-08
Resolutions to hold a Municipal and Special Municipal Election on November 4, 2008: (1) Calling and Giving Notice of a Municipal Election. Adopted: June 17, 2008
62-08 62-08
Approving the 2008-09 Appropriation Limit pursuant to Article XIIIB, as amended by the Constitution of the State of California. Adopted: June 17, 2008
61-08 61-08
Declaring the City's official intent to use proceeds of indebtedness to reimburse itself for certain expenditures in connection with improvements made to the Point Potrero Marine Terminal. Adopted: June 17, 2008
60-08 60-08
To closeout the Brickyard Cove Developing Area and to discontinue collecting the public facilities fees specific to this area. (The Finance Committee reviewed this item May 16, 2008, and recommended approval by the City Council). Adopted: June 17, 2008
59-08 59-08
To closeout the El Sobrante Developing Area and to discontinue collecting the public facilities fees specific to this area. (The Finance Committee reviewed this item on May 16, 2008, and recommended approval by the City Council).
58-08 58-08
Approving the Engineer’s Report for FY 2008/2009 for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance District (“HLMD”), and announcing a public hearing, for July 1, 2008 ,for the proposed increase in assessments for FY 2008/2009. Adopted: June 17, 2008
57-08 57-08
Amending the City of Richmond's Position Classification Plan to add the new classification of Low Income Public Housing Asset Specialist. Adopted: June 17, 2008
56-08 56-08
Approving the revised boundaries of the proposed Targeted Employment Area and directing the submittal of a revised application to the California State Housing and Community Development for an updated Targeted Employment Area designation. Adopted: June 17, 2008
55-08 55-08
Adopt a City Council Resolution (Attachment 1) approving the 2008-2010 Consolidated Action Plan and authorizing the submittal of the Consolidated Action Plan to HUD. Adopted: June 17, 2008
53-08 53-08
Ordering the preparation of an Engineer’s Report for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Regarding Improvements and Costs for the Hilltop Landscape Maintenance Assessment District. Adopted: June 3, 2008
52-08 52-08
Approving the First Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) between the City of Richmond and Point Richmond Gateway LLC to extend the performance period for development of the Plunge Parcel for a period of one year until June 7, 2009, with two additional one-year extensions subject to approval by the City Manager. Adopted: June 3, 2008
51-08 51-08
Allowing the City of Richmond to enter into a Standard Agreement (CO700127) with the State Franchise Tax Board (FTB) providing for the City's participation in the FTB's City Business Tax Data Program. Adopted: May 20, 2008
50-08 50-08
Authorizing the City to levy special assessments against certain properties where accumulations of abandoned, wrecked or dismantled vehicles are a public nuisance under the Richmond Municipal Code (RMC), Chapter 11.76. Adopted: May 20, 2008
49-08 49-08
Consider designating the Cannery located at 1200 Harbour Way South and 1275 Hall Avenue as a Historic Resource; and ADOPT a resolution approving the designation of the Cannery as a Richmond Historic Resource. Adopted: May 6, 2008
48-08 48-08
authorizing the Mayor to execute a Cooperative Agreement with the State of California Department of Transportation providing for a cost-sharing plan for the installation of new traffic signals at the Carlson Boulevard and I-80 freeway ramps with the City's cost share not to exceed $350,000. (This item was reviewed and referred to the City Council by the Finance Committee on April 18, 2008). Adopted: May 6, 2008
47-08 47-08
requesting the Regents of University of California non-certification of the two Final Environmental Impact Reports for the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) project and consider the Richmond Field Station as an alternate site. Adopted: May 6, 2008
46-08 46-08
(1) accepting $74,987 in grant funds from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, and (2) amending a contract with Moore Iacofano Goltsman, Inc. for an additional amount not to exceed $74,987 of grant funds to prepare an Energy and Climate Change Element for the City of Richmond General Plan. Adopted: May 6, 2008
45-08 45-08
accepting the FY07 California Port and Maritime Security Grant Program grant award in the amount of $3,404,507, and authorizing the Port Director or his designee to take all actions necessary to obtain port security grant funding in accordance with such program. Adopted: May 6, 2008
44-08 44-08
Resolution of the City Council authorizing the conversion of the Joint Powers Financing Authority (JPFA) Lease Revenue Bonds Series 2007 to a fixed-interest rate mode, and approving a remarketing memorandum and authorizing the taking of all necessary actions in connection therewith. Adopted: May 6, 2008
43-08 43-08
Resolution of the City Council approving the conversion of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency (RCRA) Subordinate Tax Allocation Bonds (Merged Project Area) 2007 Series A to an index interest rate mode, and approving the taking of all actions in connection therewith. Adopted: May 6, 2008
42-08 42-08
Certifying the Draft and Final Environmental Impact Report for the proposed re-designation of certain areas of the City of Richmond as a California Enterprise Zone. Adopted: April 22, 2008
41-08 41-08
To support the Campaign for Quality Education's May 15 student mobilization against the California budget cuts to education and for a long-term plan to fully fund education. Adopted: April 22, 2008
40-08 40-08
The proposed 2008-2009 Annual Consolidated Action Plan, (b) Adopt a City Council Resolution (Attachment A) approving the 2008-2009 Annual Consolidated Action Plan and authorizing the submittal of the 2008-2009 Annual Consolidated Plan to HUD. Adopted: April 22, 2008
38-08(a) 38-08(a)
Approving a private sanitary sewer repair grant program to be administered by the City Engineer in conjunction with the Finance Department. Adopted: April 15, 2008
38-08(b) 38-08(b)
UPHOLD the Planning Commission’s decision to approve the Tentative Parcel Map in Exhibit A and Mitigated Negative Declaration with Mitigation Monitoring Plan and Supplemental Information in Exhibit B for 125 to127 Western Drive (APN: 558-020-007) with revised modified conditions of approval in Attachment 3 (as revised April 15, 2008) Adopted: April 15, 2008
54-08 54-08
UPHOLD the Planning Commission’s decision to approve the Tentative Parcel Map in Exhibit A and Mitigated Negative Declaration with Mitigation Monitoring Plan and Supplemental Information in Exhibit B for 125 to127 Western Drive (APN: 558-020-007) with revised modified conditions of approval in Attachment 3 (as revised April 15, 2008). Adopted: April 15, 2008
39-08 39-08
Urging the University of California Regents to increase wages of low-wage employees to assist in increasing the economic vitality of Richmond and other cities in the Greater Bay Area. Adopted: April 15, 2008
38-08 38-08
Public hearing to adopt a joint resolution to amend the 2006-2007 Annual Consolidated Action Plan to allocate $388,000 in Home Investment Partnership (HOME) Program funding for the Arbors Residential Rehabilitation Project and authorize the Executive Director of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency (RCRA) to execute the necessary documents. Adopted: April 15, 2008
37-08 37-08
To oppose the California Department of Food and Agriculture Aerial Spray Program to Eradicate the Light Brown Apple Moth. Adopted: April 1, 2008
36-08 36-08
Designating and appointing Standby Officers for Members of the City Council and the 2008 Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). The Public Safety Committee reviewed this item on February 21, 2008, and referred it to the City Council. Adopted: April 1, 2008
35-08 35-08
Authorizing the city manager to enter into an agreement with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that will allow the City to receive compensation in an amount not to exceed $105,462 for work performed at the BNSF grade crossing on Brookside Drive (PUC #002-1187.20). Adopted: April 1, 2008
34-08 34-08
Amending Resolution 69-07 and adjusting the Employment & Training Department budget to accept additional grant revenue in the amount of $400,000 from the Governor's Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention Initiative (CalGRIP) and provide for the expenditure of those funds for family-based case-management services to youth aged 16 to 21 that have had contact with the Juvenile Justice System. Adopted: April 1, 2008
33-08 33-08
Resolution to adopt and approve the following actions: (1) adopt the Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) Post-Retirement Health Care Plan Trust, including the PARS Post-Retirement Health Care Plan, as part of the City Retirement Program, effective April 1, 2008; (2) appoint the Finance Director/Treasurer, or his/her successor or his/her designee as the City's Plan Administrator for the Program; and (3) authorize the City's Plan Administrator to execute the PARS legal documents on behalf of the City and to take whatever additional actions are necessary to maintain the City's participation in the Program and to maintain compliance of any relevant regulation issued or as may be issued; therefore, authorizing him/her to take whatever additional actions are required to administer the City's PARS plan(s). Adopted: March 25, 2008
32-08 32-08
The resolution declaring the Canvass of Returns and Result of the Special Municipal Election held on February 5, 2008. Adopted: March 18, 2008
31-08 31-08
A resolution approving an Amendment to the Predevelopment Loan Agreement by and between the City of Richmond, Community Housing Corporation of North Richmond (CHDC) and Eden Housing to: (1) add $91,000 to the existing loan for a total loan amount of $940,000 for predevelopment activities related to the MiraFlores Housing Development; and (2) extend the term of the loan for 36 months, from September 22, 2008, to September 22, 2011. Adopted: March 18, 2008
30-08 30-08
Approving the installation of a two-hour parking zone at 15th Street (north of Macdonald Avenue), at Nevin Avenue (east of Marina Way), and the east curb line at Marina Way (between Macdonald Avenue and Barrett Avenue), between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., except Sundays and Holidays. This item was presented to the Public Safety Committee on December 20, 2007, and was recommended to go before the full Council for approval. Adopted: March 18, 2008
29-08 29-08
Authorizing placement of liens on County Property Tax Records for unpaid garbage collection service fees. Adopted: March 18, 2009
28-08 28-08
A joint City Council and Redevelopment Agency resolution authorizing staff to: (1) Amend the Redevelopment Agency budget to provide up to $500,000 for work on the Auditorium; and (2) Proceed with additional actions, including: an additional scope of work in the Auditorium ($500,000); Barrett Street Parking lot improvements to obtain LEED points ($175,000); providing mitigation funding for the Richmond Art Center ($130,000); and procuring all necessary furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) and other ancillary services necessary for project completion. Adopted: March 18, 2008
27-08 27-08
Associated with the West Macdonald Avenue Street Improvements Project: (1) City Resolution making certain findings and authorizing a contract with Bay Cities Paving and Grading (
25-08 25-08
Consider adopting a resolution in support of initiating dialogue with Bay Area cities to formally explore the re-establishment of the East Bay Public Safety Corridor Partnership and allocate $50,000 or an amount designated by the City Council as seed funding. The Public Safety Committee reviewed this item on February 19, 2008, and referred to the City Council. Adopted: March 4, 2008
26-08 26-08
Approve a resolution which directs the City Manager to pursue foundation funding to renovate Solano and Elm Play Lots according to plans approved by Public Works' Parks and Landscaping staff with input from interested residents and community based organizations. Adopted: March 4, 2008
24-08 24-08
Amending Resolution No. 21-99 and Resolution No. 162-02, which established the Richmond Youth Baseball Advisory Board, to extend the terms of the board commissioners from two terms to a maximum of three terms. Adopted: March 4, 2008
23-08 23-08
Setting forth the City Council’s decision on February 19, 2008: (1) Denying the appeal without prejudice and affirming the Planning Commission’s approval of a Conditional Use Permit for a Density Bonus, Design Review Permit, and Variance/Exceptions for a mixed-use development at 3601-3627 Cutting Boulevard; and, (2) Direction to staff to prepare an amendment to the text of the Density Bonus Ordinance to allow for rounding an odd number of units up to the next even number. Adopted: March 4, 2008
22-08 22-08
Review mid-year budget forecast and proposed FY 2007-08 mid-year budget adjustment. Adopted: February 19, 2008
21-08 21-08
Authorizing service contracts with 15 selected vendors for as-needed architectural and engineering Services for an amount not to exceed $350,000 per vendor over a three-year period. Adopted: February 19, 2008
20-08 20-08
Setting forth the City Council’s decision on January 8, 2008, denying the appeal and affirming the Design Review Board’s approval of a Design Review Permit DR 1103829, demonstrating that the 10879 San Pablo Avenue mixed-use project is in compliance with the City of Richmond’s Zoning Ordinance. Adopted: February 19, 2008
19-08 19-08
Approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by and among the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and the Public Works Department and the Employment & Training Department of the City of Richmond to implement a focused Graffiti Abatement Program in Redevelopment Project Areas in an amount not to exceed $200,000 for a period of three (3) years from approval of the MOU. Adopted: February 19, 2008
18-08 18-08
Amending the City of Richmond Classification Plan to add the new classification of Park Steward. Adopted: February 5, 2008
17-08 17-08
Amending the City of Richmond Classification Plan to add the revised classification of Custodial Maintenance Supervisor. Adopted: February 5, 2008
16-08 16-08
Appropriating $355,514 in funding, and approving a two-year contract between the City of Richmond and Contra Costa County Health Services, for support of the Fire Department's Hazardous Materials Response Program from July 1, 2007, to June 30, 2009. The Finance Committee reviewed this item on January 24, 2008, and referred to the City Council. Adopted: February 5, 2008
15-08 15-08
Calling on subprime mortgage lenders and servicers for properties in Richmond to voluntarily agree to a six-month moratorium on foreclosures. Adopted: January 29, 2008
14-08 14-08
Authorizing standing order library purchase of materials and services from various vendors in an amount not to exceed a limit set forth per library material/service description and not to exceed an aggregate total of $433,400 each fiscal year 2007-2008, 2008-2009, and 2009-2010. The Finance Committee reviewed this item on January 24, 2008 and recommended approval. Adopted: January 29, 2008
13-08 13-08
1) a Resolution of the City Richmond approving the use of redevelopment funds, making findings and approvals, and awarding a contract to Bay Cities Paving and Grading, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $2,822,868.60 for public improvements to Nevin Park. Adopted: January 29, 2008
12-08 12-08
Public safety and utility work in residential settings. Adopted: January 22, 2008
11-08 11-08
Public safety and the municipal right of way. Adopted: January 22, 2008
10-08 10-08
Speed Matters Initiative. Adopted: January 22, 2008
9-08 9-08
(2) accepting a 10' wide easement for sanitary sewer purposes within the property owned by North Bay Storage Partners, LLC, located at 300 West Ohio Avenue. Adopted: January 22, 2008
8-08 8-08
(1) to abandon a portion of the City of Richmond's 10' wide sanitary sewer easement within the property owned by North Bay Storage Partners, LLC, located at 300 West Ohio Avenue. Adopted: January 22, 2008
7-08 7-08
To authorize the Port Director or his designee to execute for and on behalf of the City of Richmond, any actions necessary for the purpose of applying for Port Security Grant funding in accordance with applicable state and federal program guidelines. Adopted: January 22, 2008
6-08 6-08
Approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and the Employment & Training Department of the City of Richmond to fund and implement blight abatement activities through the Helping Hand Program in Redevelopment Project Areas in an amount not to exceed $150,000 for a period of one (1) year from approval of the MOU. Adopted: January 22, 2008
5-08 5-08
Supporting the concept and funding plan for the Interstate 80 ("I-80") Integrated Corridor Mobility Project. Adopted: January 8, 2008
4-08 4-08
Authorizing City staff to apply for transportation grant funds pursuant to the State of California Department of Transportation
3-08 3-08
Setting forth the City Council's decision on December 11, 2007, denying the appeal of Mazen Elmashni and affirming the Planning Commission's denial of a Type 20 Alcohol Beverage License transfer from 564 Harbour Way to 544 Harbour Way (CU 1103339, APN: 534-340-023). Adopted: January 8, 2008
2-08 2-08
Setting forth the City Council's decision on December 11, 2007, denying the appeal of Herk Schusteff and affirming the Planning Commission's approval of a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) 1102306; demonstrating that the Canyon Oaks II residential project conforms to the City of Richmond's Hillside Ordinance. Adopted: January 8, 2008
1-08 1-08
Authorizing the city manager to execute a Quitclaim Deed to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency for the Winters Building at 339 -11th Street in order to clear the title so that the Agency can complete the transaction to convey the building to the Easy Bay Center for the Performing Arts when the Center has met its contractual obligations for conveyance. Adopted: January 8, 2008
Order of Vacation 901 Order of Vacation 901
ADOPT a resolution ordering the partial vacation of an alleyway adjacent to Hoffman Boulevard and behind the property located at 618 South 8th Street (File No. ST-1103973). Adopted: December 11, 2007
Order of Vacation 900 Order of Vacation 900
ADOPT a resolution ordering the vacation of Joy Avenue between Factory Street and Essex Avenue (File No. ST 1103412). Adopted: December 11, 2007
131-07 131-07
(1) the Amended Interagency Agreement, (2) ADOPT a City Council Resolution accepting funds from the North Richmond Waste and Recovery Mitigation Fee Fund currently being held by Contra Costa County to be used to finance certain strategies as identified in the Amended Interagency Agreement for an amount not to exceed $481,379.27, and (3) AUTHORIZE the City Manager or his designee to administer those funds in a manner consistent with the terms of the attached Agreement. Adopted: December 11, 2007
130-07 130-07
Increasing the City's current Living Wage effective January 1, 2008, from $13.47 per hour to $14.55 per hour for employees with medical benefits and from $14.97 per hour to $16.05 per hour for employees without medical benefits. Adopted: December 11, 2007
129-07 129-07
To accept an easement for sanitary sewer, storm drain, and bike path purposes over portions of the property owned by Target Corporation, located south of Macdonald Avenue between 41st Street and the I-80 freeway. Adopted: December 11, 2007
128-07 128-07
Approving a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") between the City Attorney's Office and the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency in the amount of $75,000 to fund legal services for the purpose of prosecuting blight abatement cases for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 throughout all the redevelopment project areas. Adopted: December 11, 2007
127-07 127-07
To consider the designation of the Santa Fe Trainmaster’s Office, located at 4 West Richmond Avenue, as a Historic Resource; and Adopt a resolution approving the designation of the Santa Fe Trainmaster’s Office as a Historic Resource. Adopted: December 4, 2007
126-07 126-07
To increase the Employment and Training Department, YouthWORKS Division, budget by $208,000 for the 2007-2008 fiscal year using funds advanced by the City secured by future development fee revenues. Adopted: December 4, 2007
125-07 125-07
Receive an update on the status of the response on the November 7, 2007, San Francisco Bay oil spill and approve a resolution ratifying the declaration of a local emergency in connection with the spill. Adopted: November 27, 2007
124-07 124-07
Authorizing the City of Richmond to accept and appropriate $357,696 in funding, and approve a related two-year contract with Contra Costa County Health Services, for support of the Fire Department Hazardous Materials 2185 Inspection Program from July 1, 2007, to June 30, 2009. Adopted: November 27, 2007
123-07 123-07
Authorizing the City of Richmond to accept and appropriate $294,677 in funding, and approve a related two-year contract between the City of Richmond and Contra Costa County Health Services, for support of the Fire Department Hazardous Materials Training Program from July 1, 2007, to June 30, 2009. Adopted: November 27, 2007
122-07 122-07
Authorizing placement of liens for unpaid garbage collection service fees on Property Tax Records. Adopted: November 27, 2007
121-07 121-07
approving a 3% annual cost of living increase, in addition to the 2% minimum cost of living increase, for the recipients of the General Pension Fund, for a total annual cost of living increase of 5% for these recipients. Adopted: November 27, 2007
120-07 120-07
To abandon a 6.5 foot wide portion of a 20 foot wide storm and sanitary sewer easement (2461 OR 455, 11380 OR 83 and 92-70715) within Subdivision 8705 in Easter Hill. Adopted: November 27, 2007
119-07 119-07
Authorizing the City Manager to approve and execute the closing escrow documents for the purchase of 2705 Macdonald Avenue (APN 515-241-011) in the amount of $650,000. Adopted: November 27, 2007
Order of Vacation 899 Order of Vacation 899
ADOPT a resolution ordering the vacation of an alleyway located off Wright Avenue between South 13TH Street and Marina Way South (File No. ST 1103984). Adopted: November 6, 2007
111-07 111-07
Appointing the City's Risk Manager to the Board of Directors of the Contra Costa County Municipal Risk Management Insurance Authority and appointing the City's Human Resources Management Director as the City's alternate member. Adopted: November 6, 2007
118-07 118-07
Of the City of Richmond opposing U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Iran. Adopted: November 6, 2007
117-07 117-07
The following resolutions to hold a Special Municipal Election to make revisions to the City of Richmond Telecommunications and Video Users’ Tax: (c) Resolution requesting the Board of Supervisors of Contra Costa County consolidate a special municipal election to be held on February 5, 2008, with the Statewide Presidential Primary Election to be held on the same date. Adopted: November 6, 2007
116-07 116-07
The following resolutions to hold a Special Municipal Election to make revisions to the City of Richmond Telecommunications and Video Users’ Tax: (b) Resolution calling and giving notice of the holding of a special municipal election to submit to the voters of the City of Richmond an ordinance adding chapter 13.54. Adopted: November 6, 2007
115-07 115-07
The following resolutions to hold a Special Municipal Election to make revisions to the City of Richmond Telecommunications and Video Users’ Tax: (a) Resolution declaring the existence of an emergency necessitating the submission to the voters of the City of Richmond an ordinance adding chapter 13.54 to the City of Richmond Municipal Code. Adopted: November 6, 2007
114-07 114-07
For the application of grant funds for the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Grant Program under the Section 164.56 of the Streets and Highways Code. Adopted: November 6, 2007
113-07 113-07
Approving the execution and delivery of an ISDA Master Agreement and schedule to effect an Interest Rate Swap Transaction with Bear Stearns Capital Markets in connection with the City's Pension Obligation Bonds, Series 2005. Adopted: November 6, 2007
112-07 112-07
Revising the authorization list on the Local Agency Investment Fund accounts to reflect the current staff assignments in the Finance Department. Adopted: November 6, 2007
110-07 110-07
Approving an Amended and Restated Memorandum of Understanding by and between the City of Richmond Employment & Training Department and the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency that will expand blight abatement efforts provided by
Order of Vacation 898a Order of Vacation 898a
ADOPT a resolution ordering the vacation of a portion of 42nd Street, 44th Street, Macdonald Avenue, and Bissell Avenue (File No. ST 1104224) Adopted: October 16, 2007
109-07 109-07
In support of Senate Bill 840 (Kuehl), the California Universal Health Care Act of 2007. Adopted: October 16, 2007
108-07 108-07
Approving the acceptance of a $199,652 Supplemental Law En