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19-1 19-1
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule and an administrative budget for the period July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020 ("ROPS 19-20") pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Sections 34177(o), and 34171(a),(b), and 34177(j) respectively. Adopted: January 22, 2019
18-4 18-4
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's amendment to the Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule to address increased construction costs for construction of the Wall Avenue storm drain improvement project, pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 34177(1). Adopted: September 11, 2018
18-3 18-3
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a construction agreement with R.V. Stich Construction, Inc. for construction of the Wall Avenue Storm Drain Improvements. Adopted: July 17, 2018
18-2 18-2
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract amendment with Best Best & Krieger for legal services associated with Successor Agency activities, increasing the contract amount by $100,000, bringing the new contract limit to $285,000, and extending the term to June 30, 2019. Adopted: April 17, 2018
18-1 18-1
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule and an administrative budget for the period July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 ("ROPS 18-19") pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Sections 34177(o) and 34171(a),(b), and 34177(j), respectively. Adopted: January 16, 2018
17-3 17-3
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Amended Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the period January 2018 to June 2018 (Amended ROPS 17-18B) for the payment of approved enforceable obligations of the Metrowalk Phase II project, pursuant to California Health and Safety Code 34177. Adopted: September 19, 2017
17-2 17-2
ADOPT a resolution approving the Administrative Budget for the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency for the period July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2018, pursuant to California Health and Safety Code 34177(j). Adopted: June 27, 2017
17-1 17-1
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
16-7 16-7
Authorizing the execution of an Environmental Remediation Reimbursement Agreement with Terminal One Development, LLC for the remediation of the Terminal One site. Adopted: December 20, 2016
16-6 16-6
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Amended Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the period January 2017 to June 2017 (Amended ROPS 16-17b) pursuant to California Health and Safety Code 34177 - Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency. Adopted: 9/13/2016
16-5 16-5
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a Disposition and Development Agreement by and among the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and Miraflores Community Devco LLC for a mixed market-rate and affordable for sale housing development at the Miraflores site. Adopted: 7/19/2016
16-4 16-4
ADOPT a resolution of the Successor Agency Board authorizing the Successor Agency’s acceptance of the properties that were conveyed to the city in 2011 and later determined to be disallowed transfers under Dissolution Law. Adopted: 3/15/2016
16-3 16-3
ADOPT resolution of the Successor Agency Board, authorizing the transfer to the City of Richmond certain governmental use properties owned by the former Redevelopment Agency for continued use for governmental purposes. Adopted: 2/16/2016
16-2 16-2
ADOPT a resolution authorizing a $30,000 increase in the amount of consideration to be paid to the Union Pacific Railroad for costs incurred in connection with the Public Highway Underpass Agreement for the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Project, for a total of $80,050, to be paid by grant funds previously budgeted for the Project. Adopted: 1/19/2016
16-1 16-1
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the period July 2016 to June 2017 (ROPS 16-17) pursuant to California Health and Safety Code 34177. Adopted: 1/19/2016
15-16 15-16
ADOPT a resolution approving an amendment to the contract with Municipal Resources Group, LLP, for the services of Mr. Alan Wolken in support of Successor Agency real property transactions, including the Miraflores Housing Project, the Richmond Transit Village, and the state-required Long Range Property Management Plan for Successor Agency-owned properties, increasing the payment limit by $116,640 to an as-amended total of $126,640 and for a term extending to June 30, 2016, with one annual renewal option not to exceed $155,520 and extending to June 30, 2017. Adopted: November 17, 2015
15-15 15-15
ADOPTED a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the period January 2016 to June 2016 (ROPS 15-16b) pursuant to AB 1X26 and AB 1484. Adopted: September 15, 2015
15-14 15-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of the Sixth Amendment to Agreement for Legal Services between the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and Holland & Knight, LLP, increasing the payment limit by $200,000 to an as-amended total of $520,000, for services in connection with developing a Land Disposition Agreement for the for-sale housing component of the Miraflores Housing Project, to be funded by developer Miraflores Devco, LLC. Adopted: September 15, 2015
15-13 15-13
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with PES Environmental, Inc. (PES) for enhanced Area T (deed restricted properties in Marina Bay) product removal work in the amount of $115,000, for product monitoring and analysis work at Area T in the amount of $46,700, and annual inspection, analysis and reporting for the period ending June 30, 2016, in the amount of $25,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $186,700. Adopted: June 16, 2015
15-12 15-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a Disposition, Development and Loan Agreement for the Miraflores Senior Apartments (Senior Affordable Housing Project) by and among the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond and Eden Housing, Inc. Adopted: June 16, 2015
15-11 15-11
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing the execution of the following document for the construction of the Nevin Avenue Improvements BART to 19th Street Project: authorization to expend funds for utilities, permits and other miscellaneous project costs in an amount not to exceed $50,000. Adopted: June 16, 2015
15-10 15-10
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing the execution of the following document for the construction of the Nevin Avenue Improvements BART to 19th Street Project: a design services during construction contract with Questa Engineering Corp. in an amount not to exceed $388,582. Adopted: June 16, 2015
15-9 15-9
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing the execution of the following document for the construction of the Nevin Avenue Improvements BART to 19th Street Project: a construction management contract with Mack5 in an amount not to exceed $641,196. Adopted: June 16, 2015
15-8 15-8
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing the execution of the following document for the construction of the Nevin Avenue Improvements BART to 19th Street Project: a construction agreement with O.C. Jones & Sons, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $5,648,431 and the establishment of an Owner's Reserve in the amount of $871,265 for contingencies and add-alternate construction items. Adopted: June 16, 2015
15-7 15-7
ADOPT a resolution approving authorization to expend funds for utilities, permits and other miscellaneous project costs for the construction of the Nevin Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements 19th to 27th Street Project. Adopted: April 7, 2015
15-6 15-6
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing the execution of a design services during construction contract with Vallier Design Associates for the construction of the Nevin Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements 19th to 27th Street Project. Adopted: April 7, 2015
15-5 15-5
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing the execution of a construction management contract with Ghirardelli Associates for the construction of the Nevin Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements 19th to 27th Street Project. Adopted: April 7, 2015
15-4 15-4
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing the execution of a construction agreement with O.C. Jones & Sons, Inc. for the construction of the Nevin Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements 19th to 27th Street Project. Adopted: April 7, 2015
15-3 15-3
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. City Council Reso. No. 28-15.
15-2 15-2
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the period July 2015 to December 2015 (ROPS 15-16a) pursuant to AB 1X26 and AB 1484. Adopted: February 17, 2015
15-1 15-1
ADOPT a Successor Agency resolution authorizing the execution and submission of a request to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) for allocation of Regional Measure 2 funds for the construction of improvements along Nevin Avenue between 19th Street and 27th Street. Adopted: February 3, 2015
14-13 14-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of Amendment No. 1 to the August 1, 2008, Design and Funding Agreement and Second Amendment to Disposition and Development Agreement (“DFA”) with BART, increasing the as-amended total reimbursement amount by $199,366 for a total of $1,785,000. Adopted: November 18, 2014
14-12 14-12
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of the Funds Pass-through Agreement with the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District providing $1,500,000 in Public Transportation Modernization Improvement Safety Enhancement Account funds for the Richmond Transit Village Project, and appropriating these funds into the 2013-2015 Biennial Budget line item Metrowalk - Richmond Transit Village. Adopted: November 18, 2014
14-11 14-11
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the period January 2015 to June 2015 (ROPS 14-15b) pursuant to AB 1X26 and AB 1484. Adopted: September 16, 2014
14-10 14-10
ADOPT a resolution approving amendments to contracts related to the Miraflores Housing Development project with: Eagle Environmental Construction (EEC) for abatement, demolition, PES Environmental, Inc. acting as the Successor Agency's owner's representative providing project oversight and monitoring; and Holland & Knight, LLP., and approving and authorizing amendment of the 2013-2015 Biennial Budget for Miraflores cleanup costs to increase expenditures by $620,000 to be funded by housing bond proceeds. Adopted: September 16, 2014
14-9 14-9
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the housing director to negotiate and execute an ERN with: (1) Miraflores Community Devco., LLC (MCD) for the purchase and development of market-rate homeownership units on a 7+ acre portion of the Miraflores Housing Development site located at South 47th Street and Florida Avenue (Site); and (2) Community Housing Corporation of North Richmond (CHDC) and Eden Housing Inc. (Eden) for the development of affordable senior housing rental units on a 1.5 acre portion of the Site. Adopted: July 15, 2014
14-8 14-8
ADOPT a resolution authorizing submittal of an application for grant funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development's (HCD) CalHome Program in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000. Adopted: July 1, 2014
14-7 14-7
ADOPT a resolution approving an amendment of a swap agreement for the purpose of subordinating the termination payment due thereunder to the payment of debt service on the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Refunding Bonds Series 2014A (tax-exempt) and Series 2014B (taxable). Adopted: June 3, 2014
14-6 14-6
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing amendment of the 2013/2015 Biennial Budget line item Deed Restricted/Area T. Adopted: May 20, 2014
14-5 14-5
ADOPT a resolution approving and authorizing amendment of the construction management contract with The Hanna Group increasing the payment limit. Adopted: February 18, 2014
14-4 14-4
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
14-3 14-3
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR) in an amount not to exceed $25,000, and for a term from March 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015, to provide environmental and program management assistance including but not limited to administrative, audit, regulatory, and grant compliance services related to completion of soil remediation activities at the Miraflores Housing Development site. Adopted: February 18, 2014
14-2 14-2
ADOPT a resolution approving the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for the period July 2014 to December 2014 (ROPS 14/15A). Adopted: February 18, 2014
14-1 14-1
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing the execution of a contract with Susan G. Mayer for financial management consulting service. Adopted: January 14, 2014
13-15 13-15
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency appointing an Underwriter and a Structuring Agent and authorizing and approving certain actions take in connection therewith. Adopted: November 19, 2013
13-14 13-14
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a contract amendment with PES Environmental, Inc.to prepare a second five-year review workplan and report, and to perform five years of annual site inspections and related reporting for nine deed restricted areas in Marina Bay. Adopted: November 19, 2013
13-13 13-13
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a contract amendment with PES Environmental, Inc. for additional ground water evaluation at Area T in Marina Bay. Adopted: October 15, 2013
13-12 13-12
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency approving and adopting a Recognized Obligation Schedule covering the period January –June 2014 (ROPS 13-14B), pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177(l). Adopted: September 24, 2013
13-11 13-11
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 City Council Resolution No. 92-13. Adopted: September 17, 2013
13-10 13-10
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 City Council Resolution No. 78-13. Adopted: July 30, 2013
13-9 13-9
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 City Council Resolution No. 77-13. Adopted: July 30, 2013
13-8 13-8
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 City Council Resolution No. 76-13. Adopted: July 30, 2013
13-7 13-7
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 City Council Resolution No. 75-13. Adopted: July 30, 2013
13-6 13-6
ADOPT a resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing expenditures for contract compliance, utilities and miscellaneous costs associated with contraction of the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Cross Reference with City Council Resolution No. 55-13. Adopted: June 18, 2013
13-5 13-5
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency 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 Cross Reference with City Council Resolution No. 54-13. Adopted: June 18, 2013
13-4 13-4
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency 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. Cross Reference with City Council Resolution No. 53-13. Adopted: June 18, 2013
13-3 13-3
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a contract with BKF Engineers for design services during construction of the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Cross Reference with City Council Resolution No. 52-13. Adopted: June 18, 2013
13-2 13-2
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a contract with the Hanna Group for construction management services for the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Cross Reference with City Council Resolution No. 51-13. Adopted: June 18, 2013
13-1 13-1
ADOPT a joint resolution of the Board of the Successor Agency to the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing execution of a contract with Gordon N. Ball, Inc. for construction of the Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass Grade Separation Project. Cross Reference with City Council Resolution No. 50-13. Adopted: June 18, 2013
12-3 12-3
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 the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for Regional Measure Two funds. Adopted: February 21, 2012
12-2 12-2
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 Questa Engineering Corporation for improvements along Nevin Avenue between the Richmond Bart Station and 19th Street. Adopted: February 21, 2012
12-1 12-1
ADOPT a resolution of the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board amending its Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule pursuant to AB 1X 26. Adopted: January 24, 2012
11-19 11-19
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the execution of a contract with Holland and Knight LLP to provide environmental legal services for the Miraflores Housing Development. Adopted: November 15, 2011
11-18 11-18
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: November 1, 2011
11-17 11-17
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 Resolution No. 88-11. Adopted: October 18, 2011
11-16 11-16
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board approving and adopting an enforceable obligations payments schedule pursuant to AB 1X 26. Adopted: August 16, 2011
11-15 11-15
ADOPT a resolution authorizing execution of amendments to contracts with Eagle Environmental Construction for remediation activities at the Miraflores Housing Development Site. Adopted: July 19, 2011
11-14 11-14
ADOPT a resolution allowing the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to enter into a Services Funding Agreement with Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond and a second amendment to loan documents with Lillie Mae Jones Plaza, LP and Community Housing Development Corporation. Adopted: July 5, 2011
11-13 11-13
ADOPT a resolution approving and adopting the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency. Adopted: June 21, 2011
11-12 11-12
ADOPT a resolution approving an amendment to the Predevelopment Loan Agreement by and between the City of Richmond, Community Housing Corporation of North Richmond, and Eden Housing Inc. Adopted: June 21, 2011
11-11 11-11
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with W.R.Forde Associates. Adopted: June 21, 2011
11-10 11-10
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board approving a list of professional services providers-urban design and architecture for use by the agency through June 30, 2014. Adopted: May 3, 2011
11-9 11-9
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board adopting two amendments to the annual consolidated action plan for 2010-2011. Adopted: April 19, 2011
11-8 11-8
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the executive 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 program in the annual consolidated action plan for 2011-2012 and to expend all funds contained therein. Adopted: April 19, 2011
11-7 11-7
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a master agreement and program supplements for the state-funded transit projects. Adopted: April 19, 2011
11-6 11-6
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the executive director to dispose of certain Redevelopment Agency- owned real estate as generally described in this resolution to the City of Richmond, California. Adopted: March 15, 2011
11-5 11-5
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board approving and adopting the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 mid year budget adjustments to the 2010-2015 five-year capital project and program budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency. Adopted: February 15, 2011
11-4 11-4
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the executive director to execute the Sixth Amendment to the exclusive right to negotiate agreement with Community Housing and Development Corporation of North Richmond and Eden Housing until December 2012 for the purpose of negotiating a disposition and development agreement for the Miraflores Housing Development. Adopted: January 4, 2011
11-3 11-3
ADOPT a resolution of the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a contract with PES Environmental for project management services related to remediation activities at the Miraflores Housing Development Site. Adopted: January 4, 2011
11-2 11-2
ADOPT a resolution of the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a contract with Eagle Environmental Construction for remediation activities at the Miraflores Housing Development Site. Adopted: January 4, 2011
11-1 11-1
ADOPT a resolution of the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a Memorandum Of Understanding regarding a cooperative strategy for revitalization of North Richmond. Adopted: January 4, 2011
10-27 10-27
ADOPT a resolution the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board approving a List of Professional Services Providers for use by the Agency through December 31, 2013. Adopted: December 7, 2010
10-29 10-29
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 Resolution No. 135-10. Adopted: December 7, 2010
10-28 10-28
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 Resolution No. 131-10 Adopted: December 7, 2010
10-26 10-26
ADOPT a resolution the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the filing of an application for federal surface transportation program and/or congestion Mitigation and Air Quality improvement funding and committing the necessary non-federal match and stating the assurance to complete the Barrett Avenue Bicycle Lanes Project. Adopted: October 5, 2010
10-25 10-25
ADOPT a resolution the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the filing of an application for federal surface transportation program and/or congestion Mitigation and Air Quality improvement funding and committing the necessary non-federal match and stating the assurance to complete the Nevin Avenue Street and Transit access improvement project. Adopted: October 5, 2010
10-24 10-24
ADOPT a resolution the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing execution of a contract with Mildred Howard for Public Art for the Richmond Bart Parking Structure and Making Findings and approvals pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment Law. Adopted: July 27, 2010
10-23 10-23
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to enter into a second amendment to the Agreement to Negotiate Exclusively with the Olson Company for the 12th and Macdonald Mixed Use Project. Adopted July 20, 2010
10-22 10-22
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to take any and all actions necessary to redeem the Variable Rate Demand Multifamily Housing Revenue Refunding Bonds. Adopted: July 6, 2010
10-21 10-21
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board adopting the Fiscal Year 2010-11 Annual Budget. Adopted: June 22, 2010
10-17 10-17
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with Civil Engineering Associates, Inc. to provide design and engineering services for the proposed Meade Street bypass road. Adopted: May 18, 2010
10-16 10-16
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the application for grant funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development's (HCD) CalHOME program in an amount not to exceed $900,000, and authorizing the execution of related documents to accept and expend the grant as approved by HCD. Adopted: May 18, 2010
10-18 10-18
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
10-15 10-15
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board approving a grant to the Rosie The Riveter Trust for the Renovation of The Maritime Center. Adopted: May 4, 2010
10-14 10-14
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board approving Redevelopment funds for certain public improvements to Nevin Avenue, making findings and approvals pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment Law, and allocating $1,145,482 for the funding of the public improvements to Nevin Avenue. Adopted: May 4, 2010
10-13 10-13
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the executive 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 program in the annual consolidated action plan for 2010-2011 and to expend all funds contained therein. Adopted: April 20, 2010
10-12 10-12
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing submittal of an application for grant funds for the Miraflores Housing Development from the State of California Strategic Growth Council’s Urban Greening Program in an amount not to exceed $3,000,000, and authorizing the execution of related documents to accept the grant and expend as approved by the state Housing and Community Development department. Adopted: April 20, 2010
10-11 10-11
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board 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 City Council Resolution No. 42-10. Adopted: April 20,2010
10-09 10-09
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing the issuance of $36.5 million of the Agency's Subordinate Tax Allocation Refunding Bonds (Merged Project Area), 2010 Series A; the execution and delivery of a Supplemental Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement, a Continuing Disclosure Certificate, an Investment Agreement and an Official Statement; approving a Preliminary Official Statement in connection therewith; and authorizing related actions. Adopted: March 2, 2010
10-08 10-08
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing a joint public hearing to consider the proposed amended and restated Redevelopment plan for the Richmond merged Redevelopment project area, the accompanying report environmental impact report and the report to the City Council. Cross Reference with City Council Resolution No. 22-10. Adopted: February 16, 2010
10-07 10-07
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the transmittal of the proposed Amended and Restated Redevelopment Plan for the Richmond Merged Redevelopment Project Area – Report to Council, and the Final Environmental Impact Report. Adopted: February 16, 2010
10-06 10-06
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 construction agreement for the Richmond BART Parking Structure and making findings and approvals pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment law. Cross Reference with Resolution No. 21-10. Adopted: February 16, 2010
10-05 10-05
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing executive of a contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates for design services during construction for the Richmond BART Parking Structure and making findings and approvals pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment law. Cross Reference with Resolution No. 20-10. Adopted: February 16, 2010
10-04 10-04
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing executive of a contract with MACK5 for construction management for the Richmond BART Parking Structure and making findings and approvals pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment law. Cross Reference with Resolution No. 19-10. Adopted: February 16, 2010
10-03 10-03
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the City of Richmond and the members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing executive of a contract with C. Overaa and Company for construction of the Richmond BART parking structure and making fundings and approvals pursuant to the California Community Redevelopment law. Cross Reference with Resolution No. 18-10. Adopted: February 16, 2010
10-02 10-02
ADOPT a resolution approving and adopting a mid-year adjustment to the Five-Year 2009/10 - 2013/14 Capital Project and Program Budget, moving $509,000 from
10-01 10-01
ADOPT a resolution approving the execution and delivery by the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency of a fixed receiver swap agreement, and approving the taking of all necessary actions in connections therewith. Adopted: February 16, 2010
09-41 09-41
ADOPT a joint resolution of the City Council of the city of Richmond 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
09-40 09-40
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency board approving a Five-Year implementation plan for the Richmond merged Redevelopment Project Area. Adopted:December 15,2009
09-39 09-39
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency board authorizing the Executive Director to extend an agreement to negotiate exclusively with the Olson Company for mixed-use project. Adopted:December 15,2009
09-37 (a) 09-37 (a)
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to negotiate and enter into all documents necessary to increase the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency (RCRA) loan to Carquinez Associates, LP for the rehabilitation of the Carquinez Apartments by $301,000, bringing the total loan amount to $1,301,000, to complete necessary structural strengthening. Adopted: October 20, 2009
09-38 09-38
ADOPT an Agency Board resolution to authorize the Agency to administer the Plan as amended and to authorize the executive director to negotiate and execute all contracts as necessary to effectuate the amendments to the Plan as provided in this agenda report. Adopted: October 20, 2009
09-37 09-37
ADOPT a resolution 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
09-36 09-36
ADOPT a resolution: (1) approving and adopting the Second Amendment to the Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Operating Budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, adjusting operating costs to $6,849,652 and adjusting debt payments to $49,671,000 for a total Operating Budget of $56,520,652 and (2) approving and adopting the Second Amendment to the Five Year 2009/2010 - 2013/2014 Capital Project and Program Budget, adjusting project and program costs to $95,459,000. Adopted: October 13,2009
09-35 09-35
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
09-34 09-34
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to enter into a third amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) between the Agency and Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond (CHDC) for the purpose of: (1) approving the assignment of the DDA from CHDC to the developer; (2) transferring 249 2nd Street to the developer upon receipt of commitments for at least 95% of the development financing sources; and (3) authorizing the executive director to execute any and all necessary documents to carry out these actions. Adopted: September 15, 2009
09-33 09-33
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with DP Security, LLC in an amount not to exceed $85,672 for security services throughout the Harbour 11-A Project Area covered by the Marina Bay Master Agreement for a term of September 1, 2009, through December 31, 2009. Adopted: September 15, 2009
09-32 09-32
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a contract with Questa Engineering Corporation in an amount not to exceed $97,845 for landscape design services associated with the Bay Trail in Marina Bay for a term of July 1, 2009, through December 31, 2009. September 15, 2009
09-30 09-30
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency authorizing the executive director to execute a contract with Vallier Design Associates, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $596,723 for the design and engineering of pedestrian safety improvements along Nevin Avenue between 19th Street and 27th Street. Adopted: July 21, 2009
09-29 09-29
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
09-28 09-28
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
09-27 09-27
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 23, 2009
09-26 09-26
ADOPT a resolution approving a sole-source contract with Richard S. Kochan to provide grant facilitation services from July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2010, in an amount not to exceed $63,000, including travel and reimbursable expenses. Adopted: June 23, 2009
09-25 09-25
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the creation of a Single-Purpose Entity for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). Adopted: June 16, 2009
09-24 09-24
ADOPT a resolution approving and adopting the fiscal year 2009-2010 budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency in the amount of $126,912,008 (including Operating Costs of $27,542,008 and Project and Program Costs of $99,370,000) and the five year 2009-2014 Capital Project and Program Budget totaling $131,491,000. Adopted: June 16, 2009
09-23 09-23
ADOPT a resolution approving a second amendment with the Richmond Main Street Initiative (RMSI) for program management services, increasing the contract amount by $150,000, from $209,000 to $359,000, and extending the term to June 30, 2010. Adopted: June 16, 2009
09-22 09-22
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a contract with Ghirardelli Associates, Inc. (GAI) to provide construction management and inspection services for capital improvement projects in Marina Bay in an amount not to exceed $242,695 for a term of June 1, 2009, through April 30, 2010. Adopted: June 16, 2009
09-21 09-21
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with Watkin & Bortolussi for installation of landscape irrigation controllers system throughout the landscaped public areas in Marina Bay in an amount not to exceed $338,186 for a term of June 1, 2009, through December 31, 2009. Adopted: June 16, 2009
09-20 09-20
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Agency to enter into a contract with Gonzales Architects in an amount not to exceed $360,000 for a term of one year commencing July 1, 2009, to provide architectural, design, and engineering services associated with the preparation of Planned Area Rezoning and Tentative Map application documents for the Miraflores Housing Development. Adopted: June 16, 2009
09-19 09-19
ADOPT a resolution approving an amendment to a contract with Holland and Knight, LLP, to provide specialized environmental legal services for the Miraflores Housing Development, increasing the contract amount by $250,000 to a total of $300,000 and extending the term through June 30, 2010. Adopted: June 16, 2009
09-18 09-18
ADOPT a resolution of the Members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Board accepting transfer of fund revenues from the City of Richmond in the amount of $2.5 million to provide funding for and authorizing a loan in such amount to the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts or an affiliated nonprofit public benefit corporation for renovation of the Winters Building. Adopted: May 26, 2009
09-16 09-16
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
09-15 09-15
ADOPT a resolution authorizing staff to execute the first amendment to the agreement between the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and East Bay Center for the Performing Arts. Adopted: May 19, 2009
09-14 09-14
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive director to administer all activities as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provides for this substantial amendment to the Annual Consolidated Action Plan for 2009-2009. Adopted: May 5, 2009
09-13 09-13
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the executive 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 Program in the Annual Consolidated Action Plan for 2008–2009. Adopted: May 5, 2009
09-11 09-11
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the transfer of $180,000 in Agency funds to the Planning Department for costs related to the development of a pilot form-based code for commercial corridors focusing on portions of 23rd Street associated with the 23rd Street Streetscape Improvement Project. Adopted: April 7, 2009
09-10 09-10
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with AN West, Inc. for the design and engineering of Class II bicycle lanes along Barrett Avenue from Garrard Boulevard east to San Pablo Avenue in an amount not to exceed $80,988. Adopted: April 7, 2009
09-9 09-9
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to execute an amendment to the Exclusive Right to Negotiate Agreement with CHDC and Eden Housing for a portion of the Miraflores property (APNs: 513-321-001, 513-321-003, 513-321-018, 513-321-023, 513-321-024, 513-321-025, 513-321-037, 513-321-038; 513-330-001, 513-330-002, 513-330-003, 513-330-006, 513-330-007, 513-330-013, 513-330-014; 513-330-005; 513-321-002) located in central Richmond, extending the term of the ERN from March 24, 2009 until March 24, 2010 and also authorizing the Executive Director to further extend the term of the ERN Agreement up to an additional six months if necessary or the purpose of completing environmental reviews and other due diligence requirements. Adopted: March 17, 2009
09-8 09-8
ADOPT a resolution supporting the allocation of funds through Proposition 1C Transit Oriented Development Housing Program to assist with construction of Phase II of the Richmond Transit Village. Adopted: March 17, 2009
09-7 09-7
ADOPT a resolution authorizing an amendment to a Legal Services Agreement with Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger, LLP for legal services related to the Terminal One (Point Richmond Shores) Project, increasing the contract amount by $75,000 for a total amount not to exceed $124,999. Adopted: March 3, 2009
09-6 09-6
ADOPT a resolution approving mid-year budget adjustments for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency for Fiscal Year 2008/09. Adopted: March 3, 2009
09-5 09-5
ADOPT a resolution approving the transfer of $50,000 to the City of Richmond associated with the purchase and installation of cameras at Nevin Park Adopted: February 3, 2009
09-4 09-4
ADOPT a resolution selecting RH Properties I, LLC ("RH Properties") as the Master Developer for the I-80 Shopping Center and authorizing the Executive Director to negotiate and execute an Exclusive Right to Negotiate Agreement (ERN). Adopted: January 6, 2009
09-3 09-3
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with Astro Construction in an amount not to exceed $68,837 for the installation of San Francisco Bay Trail improvements including curb ramps, bike lanes and signage along Harbour Way South and Hall Avenue. The term of the contract is from execution to March 31, 2009. Adopted: January 6, 2009
09-2 09-2
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to execute a month-to-month lease in the form of a Valet Parking Agreement with Ford Point, LLC to allow valet parking services at the Agency's property located west of the Ford Assembly Building. Adopted: January 6, 2009
09-1 09-1
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with Scientific Art Studio in an amount not to exceed $58,565 with a term of January 1, 2009 through December 31, 2009 for the fabrication and installation of historical landmark structures and interpretive panels as part of the West Macdonald Avenue Street Improvement Project. Adopted: January 6, 2009
08-48 08-48
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Baord terminating the Dispositions & Development agreement between the Agency and 12th & Macdonald, LLC and authorizing the Executive Director to negotiate an exclusive right to negotiate agreement with the Olson Company for a mixed-use project. Adopted: December 16, 2008
08-47 08-47
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Redevelopment Agency Board authorizing the purchase of real property for the Adachi Project. Adopted: December 16, 2008
08-46 08-46
ADOPT a resolution of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Authorizing the purchase of real property for the Miraflores. Adopted: December 16, 2008
08-45 08-45
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the execution of a Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account (HRCSA) Project Baseline Agreement and a Funding Agreement with the California Department of Transportation for funding of the Marina Bay Parkway Grade Separation. Adopted: November 18, 2008
08-44 08-44
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the transfer of Agency funds to the Planning Department in an amount not to exceed $99,000 for costs associated with the preparation of the environmental review documents for Marina Bay Parkway Grade Separation Project. Adopted: November 18, 2008
08-43 08-43
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. Adopted: October 28, 2008
08-42 08-42
Resolution for the administration of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, authorizing the Executive Director to negotiate and execute all related documents to accept and expend NSP Funds as approved by HUD. Adopted: October 28, 2008
08-41 08-41
ADOPT a resolution approving an amendment to the contract with Richmond Main Street Initiative, Inc. (RMSI) for program management services, increasing the contract amount by $96,500, from $112,500 to $209,000, and extending the term to June 30, 2009 (The Finance Committee reviewed this item at its October 17, 2008, meeting and forwarded it to the Agency Board as there was no quorum present.). Adopted: October 28, 2008
08-40 08-40
Resolution of the Members of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency (“Agency”) (a) making and approving certain findings and approvals under Section 33433 of the California Health and Safety Code, approving an amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement between the Agency and CHDC for the development of 26 affordable rental units proposed as the Lillie Mae Jones Plaza Housing Development, and authorizing the Executive Director to execute the same; and (b) authorizing the Executive Director to enter into loan contracts for the expenditure of up to $4,017,000 for the Development. The Finance Committee Chair forwarded this item to the City Council/Agency Board as there was not a quorum for the September 5, 2008, meeting. Adopted: October 7, 2008
08-39 08-39
ADOPT a resolution approving a contract with Thomas D. Eychner Co., Inc. in an amount not to exceed $156,000 for the demolition of the Agency-owned building at 1101 Macdonald Avenue. (The Finance Committee reviewed this item at its September 19, 2008, meeting and recommends approval by the Agency Board). Adopted: October 7, 2008
08-38 08-38
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
08-37 08-37
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
08-36 08-36
Agency resolution approving the expenditure of funds for the contract amendment for additional 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
08-35 08-35
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to negotiate and execute an Exclusive Right to Negotiate Agreement (ERN) with Kingston LLC for the development of market rate and affordable housing on a portion of the Miraflores Housing Development site. Adopted: September 16, 2008
08-34 08-34
ADOPT a resolution authorizing the application for loan and/or grant funds from the California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA) Cal ReUSE Remediation Program in an amount not to exceed $5,000,000 to increase potential funding for the Miraflores development, and authorizing the execution of related documents to accept such loan and/or grant funding and expend funds as approved by CPCFA. Adopted: September 16, 2008
08-33 08-33
ADOPT a resolution adjusting the Fiscal Year 2008 - 2009 Operating Budget and Five-Year (2008 - 2013) Capital Improvement Program Budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to recognize that the Agency must post cash with the fiscal agent for Bond Insurance Reserves and adjust certain capital budget line items to provide the funding. The Finance Standing Committee Chair forwarded this item to the Agency Board as there was not a quorum for the September 5, 2008, meeting. Adopted: September 16, 2008
08-32 08-32
approving the "Design and Funding Agreement and the Second Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA)" with Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) for the Richmond Transit Village Project, modifying Section 302.7 of the DDA (Compensation for Design Review and Construction Inspection) relating to payment of costs for design review and construction inspections (This item was reviewed and approved by the Finance Committee on July 25, 2008). Adopted: July 29, 2008
08-31 08-31
amending the contract with Bay Cities Paving & Grading Inc. for the North Richmond Street Improvement Project to increase the contract amount by $110,000 to pay the final draw request, bringing the final contract price to $3,821,613.55 (This item was reviewed and approved by the Finance Committee on July 25, 2008). Adopted: July 29, 2008
08-30 08-30
authorizing execution of a contract with W. R. Forde in an amount not to exceed $235,000 for restoration of the Marina Bay Shoreline Protection System ("Riprap") for a term of August 1, 2008, through December 31, 2008 - (This item was reviewed and approved by the Finance Committee on July 25, 2008). Adopted: July 29, 2008 Shoreline Protection System (
08-29 08-29
authorizing execution of a contract with BKF Engineers, Inc. ("BKF") for $92,394.78 for related design and administrative services associated with the West Macdonald Avenue Street Improvements, Garrard Boulevard to Harbour Way Project, for a term of August 1, 2008, through June 30, 2009. Adopted: July 29, 2008
08-28 08-28
Adopt a resolution authorizing the Executive Director to submit an application to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) Regional Fund Program for grant funding of pedestrian improvements on Nevin Avenue from 19th Street eastward to 27th Street. Adopted: July 1, 2008
08-27 08-27
Adopt a Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Resolution (Attachment 2) for the administration of the CDBG and HOME Programs and authorize the Executive Director to negotiate and execute all contracts with vendors and professional services consultants as detailed in this Agenda Report. Adopted: June 17, 2008
08-26 08-26
Authorizing the application for grant funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development's CalHOME Program in an amount not to exceed $900,000 and authorizing the execution of related documents to accept grant and expend as approved by HCD. Adopted: June 17, 2008
08-25 08-25
Approving and adopting the FY 2008/2009 budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency in the amount of $115,420,099 and the Five-Year 2008-2013 Capital Project and Program Budget totaling $110,251,000. Adopted: June 17, 2008
08-24 08-24
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute a contract with Seifel Consulting, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $537,625, for a term beginning July 1, 2008, and ending March 31, 2009, to provide consulting services for the preparation of Redevelopment Plan Amendments to increase the fiscal limits on tax increment collection and outstanding bonded indebtedness and extend the time period for eminent domain authority where necessary for blight elimination. (The Finance Standing Committee reviewed this item on June 6, 2008, and recommended approval by the Redevelopment Agency). Adopted: June 17, 2008
08-23 08-23
Approving an amendment to the contract with Richard S. Kochan, extending the term through June 30, 2009, and increasing the amount by $63,000, including travel and reimbursable expenses, which brings the total contract to $174,000 for fiscal years 2006 through 2009 (The Finance Standing Committee reviewed this item on May 16, 2008, and recommended approval by the Redevelopment Agency). Adopted: June 3, 2008
08-22 08-22
Authorizing the transfer of Agency funds to the Planning Department in an amount not to exceed $410,000 for costs associated with the preparation of the Environmental Impact Report and Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) for the Miraflores Project, in compliance with California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements (The Finance Standing Committee reviewed this item on May 16, 2008, and recommended approval by the City Council). Adopted: May 20, 2008
08-21 08-21
Resolution of the Redevelopment Agency authorizing the conversion of its 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
08-20 08-20
Authorizing a contract with David L. Gates & Associates in an amount not to exceed $245,000 to provide comprehensive planning and design services for the Transit Village Westside Bike and Pedestrian Linkages Project for a term beginning June 1, 2008, and ending December 31, 2009. (The Finance Standing Committee reviewed this item on May 2, 2008, and recommended approval. Adopted: May 6, 2008
08-19 08-19
Authorizing a contract amendment with Overland, Pacific, and Cutler, Inc. (
08-18 08-18
The proposed 2008-2009 Annual Consolidated Action Plan, Adopt a Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency Resolution (Attachment B) for the administration of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnership (HOME) Programs and authorize the Executive Director to negotiate and execute all contracts with vendors and professional services consultants as detailed in this Agenda Report. Adopted: April 22, 2008
08-17 08-17
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
08-16 08-16
Authorizing an application for grant funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development ("HCD") Infill Infrastructure Grant Program in an amount not to exceed $10,000,000 and authorizing the execution of related documents to accept the grant and expend as approved by HCD. Adopted: April 1, 2008
08-15 08-15
Approving a contract amendment with Keyser Marston & Associates ("KMA") in an amount not to exceed $50,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $99,999, to continue providing comprehensive financial analysis services to the Agency for development projects. Adopted: April 1, 2008
08-14 08-14
Selecting Land Capital Group ("LCG"), LLC as the Master Developer for the I-80 Shopping Center and authorizing the Executive Director to negotiate and execute an Exclusive Right to Negotiate ("ERN)" Agreement. Adopted: April 1, 2008
08-13 08-13
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
08-12 08-12
Associated with the West Macdonald Avenue Street Improvements Project: Agency Resolution approving the expenditure of $5,560,968 for the funding of these public improvements. The Finance Standing Committee reviewed this item on February 19, 2008, and recommended approval. Adopted: March 18, 2008
08-11 08-11
Associated with the West Macdonald Avenue Street Improvements Project: Agency Resolution authorizing a contract with BKF Engineers, Inc. ("BKF") for a total amount not to exceed $584,000 for construction management and related services. Adopted: March 18, 2008
08-10 08-10
Authorizing the Executive Director to expend previously committed funds up to $1,982,057 in 2007B Bond funds to the Arbors Preservation, LP to assist in the acquisition and rehabilitation of the Arbors Apartments. March 18, 2008
08-09 08-09
Supporting the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency's (Agency) application to the California State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) for funding under the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Housing Program. Adopted: March 4, 2008
08-08 08-08
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
08-07 08-07
Authorizing a contract amendment with Bay Crossings Magazine in an amount not to exceed $63,000.00 to continue publicizing and promoting Richmond business, residential and recreational assets, and opportunities within waterfront locations of Redevelopment Project Areas. Adopted: February 19, 2008
08-06 08-06
Approving the purchase of 41 trash receptacles from Quick Crete Products in the amount of $39,391 for use throughout public areas in the Marina Bay community. Adopted: February 19, 2008
08-05 08-05
A Resolution the Redevelopment Agency approving the expenditure of funds and making findings and approvals for certain public improvements to Nevin Park. Adopted: January 29, 2008
08-04 08-04
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute all documents necessary to loan BRIDGE Housing $1,000,000 in two phases: (a) an 18-month predevelopment loan not to exceed $450,000 and (b) a 55-year loan not-to-exceed $1,000,000 to be used to (i) pay off the predevelopment loan and (ii) rehabilitate The Carquinez. This item was moved to the agenda by Finance Standing Committee members Viramontes and Rogers. Adopted: January 29, 2008
08-03 08-03
Approving a contract amendment with Ghirardelli Associates, adding $374,542 to the existing contract to bring the total contract to an amount not to exceed $691,300, and extending the termination date from December 30, 2008, to December 31, 2009, to provide project and construction management services throughout Marina Bay. The Finance Committee reviewed this item on January 24, 2008, and recommended approval. Adopted: January 29, 2008
08-02 08-02
To approve a contract with Callander Associates in an amount not to exceed $398,000 (with a $42,000 contingency) to provide comprehensive planning and design services for the 23rd Street Streetscape Improvement Project, for a term beginning December 1, 2007, and ending December 31, 2009. The Finance Standing Committee reviewed this item on January 24, 2008, and recommended approval. Adopted: January 29, 2008
08-01 08-01
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
07-24 07-24
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
07-23 07-23
To assemble and develop several parcels by a single master developer for the I-80 Shopping Center pursuant to the Agency's Business Tenant Preference and Owner Participation Guidelines. Adopted: December 11, 2007
07-22 07-22
Authorizing a contract with BKF to provide civil engineering and related street and landscape design services for improvements along Macdonald Avenue between 19th and 39th Streets from December 1, 2007, to December 31, 2009, in an amount not to exceed $1,274,185. Adopted: December 4, 2007
07-21 07-21
Authorizing the execution of a contract with the Richmond Main Street Initiative (RMSI) for Program Management Services in an amount not to exceed $112,500 for a term from January 1, 2008, through September 30, 2008. Adopted: December 4, 2007
07-20 07-20
Authorizing the execution of a lease between the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency (Agency) and My Transit Plus, Inc., for transit related ticket sales, services, concessions, and building maintenance at the Richmond Intermodal Transit Station building for an initial term of five years. Adopted: November 27, 2007
07-19 07-19
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
07-18 07-18
To assemble and develop properties by a single developer in the Downtown 10-A(Downtown) Project Area at Macdonald Avenue and Harbour Way pursuant to the Agency’s Tenant Preference and Owner Participation Guidelines. Adopted: October 2, 2007
07-16 07-16
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute a contract amendment with PES Environmental, Inc. in amount not to exceed $270,000, for a total contract amount of $1,255,180, to complete remediation of Marina Bay “Area T”. Adopted: September 18, 2007
07-15 07-15
Approving the loan Agreement in the amount of 1.2 million, and an easement Agreement, by and between the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and the Richmond Police Activities league for the construction of gymnasium improvement and the provision of a public recreation easement for use of the gymnasium located at 234-22nd street, Richmond, California. Adopted: September 11, 2007
07-14 07-14
Authorizing the execution of an agreement between the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and the east Bay Center for the performing arts setting the terms of the transfer of the Winters Building (339- 11th). The Finance Standing Committee reviewed this item on July 24, 2007, and recommended approval. Adopted: July 31, 2007
07-17 07-17
Amending the Fiscal Year 2007-2008 Budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Community Redevelopment Agency to include $600,000 in grant revenues from the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) CalHome Programs. Adopted: September 18, 2007
07-13 07-13
Approving the DLA with Macdonald Housing Partners, L.P. authorizing the Executive Director to execute all document necessary and amending and approving certain findings and approvals under section 33433 of the California Health and Safety Code. Adopted: June 26, 2007
07-12 07-12
Approving Fiscal Year 2007-2008 Budget of the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency in the amount of $138,088,239 and the five year 2007-2012 Capital Project and Program Budget totaling $162,712,000. Adopted: June 26, 2007
07-11 07-11
(2) Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP)/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) funds for bicycle, pedestrian and access improvements along segments of Barrett Avenue, Nevin Avenue, and Marina Way. Adopted: June 19, 2007
07-10 07-10
Required by MTC. Authorizing the submittal of funding applications for: (1) Metropolitan Transportation Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) fund. Adopted: June 19, 2007
07-09 07-09
Approving and authorizing the issuance of Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency tax allocation revenue bonds for Redevelopment in a par value not to exceed #70,000,000 and for Affordable Housing in a par value not to exceed$11,000,000 and authorize the city manager and the executive director, or their designees, to execute all documents necessary to carry out the intent of the resolutions. Adopted: June 5, 2007
07-08 07-08
Authorizing the City Manager and the Executive Director of the Agency to execute the Lease by and between the City of Richmond, as landlord, and the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency, as tenant for approximately 11,534 rentable square feet on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the building at 401 27th Street, Richmond California, with prepared rent for 30 years in the amount of $79,743.45. Adopted: June 5, 2007
07-07 07-07
Approving a contract amendment with Goldfarb and Lipman to provide legal services associated with Agency activities with an expiration date of September 30, 2007. This amendment will add $90,000 to the original contract for a new contract total of $290,000. Adopted: May 1, 2007
07-06 07-06
Approving and authorizing a budget amendment to fund certain work in the Civic Center Project contained in Phase 1A of the Design-Build Agreement, as amended by the First Amendment, by and between the city of Richmond and the Richmond Civic Center Partners, LLC. Adopted: April 17, 2007
07-05 07-05
Authorizing the application for grant funds from the California Department of Housing and Community Development’s CalHome Program in an amount not to exceed $600,000 and authorizing the execution of related document to accept grant and expend as approved by HCD. Adopted: April 3, 2007
07-04 07-04
Approving a stipulation regarding attorney’s fees and dismissal and release of the notice of Lis Pendens in the matter of Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency vs. Lompa, et al. Adopted: March 6, 2007
07-03 07-03
Amending the Richmond community Redevelopment Agency Fiscal Year 2006-2007 Capital Budget to provide $500,000 as matching funds for a grant to rehabilitate the historic Maritime Center at 1014 Florida Avenue, and authorizing the distribution of said funds subject to certain requirements. Adopted: February 20, 2007
07-02 07-02
Adopting an Interest Rate Swap Policy, appointing an underwriter, bond and disclosure counsel, financial advisor, swap advisor and swap counterparty in connection with the issuance of bonds for the Agency’s merged project areas, and directing staff to move forward with preparations to issue bonds. Adopted: February 20, 2007
07-01 07-01
Adjusting the fiscal year 2006-2007 budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency to recognize actual revenues above previous budget projections, recognize staffing changes, and to allocate additional funds to projects and programs. Adopted: January 16, 2007
06-31 06-31
(1) Authorizing a Public Improvement Development Agreement with the Ford Point LLC in an amount not to exceed $800,000 for improvements to Harbour Way South; and (2) waiving the public contracting procedures for this project. Adopted: December 19, 2006
06-30 06-30
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute the Amended and Restated Agreement between EAH and the Agency pertaining to the payment of ad valorem property taxes for the Crescent Park Apartments. Adopted: December 19, 2006
06-29 06-29
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute a contract amendment with PES Environmental, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $395,750, for a total contract amount not to exceed $985,180, for the remediation of
06-28 06-28
Authorizing the administration and expenditure of the Consolidated Action Plan 2007-2008 for the CDBG and HOME Programs. Adopted: December 12, 2006
06-27 06-27
Authorizing the acceptance and expenditure of HUD Section 108 Loan and Brownfields economic Development Initiative (BEDI) grant funds for the Miraflores Development protect and pledge of certain tax increment revenues as security for the Section 108 Loan. Adopted: October 17, 2006
06-26 06-26
Authorizing the execution of a second amendment to the Agreement to Negotiate Exclusively (ANE) with Richmond Civic Center Partners to extend the term of the Agreement from September 28, 2006 to November 14, 2006. Adopted: September 12, 2006
06-25 06-25
Authorizing the application, the acceptance, and the expenditure of loans funds under the California Housing Finance Agency Residential Development Loan Program in an amount not to exceed $3,400,000. Adopted: September 12, 2006
06-24 06-24
Amending the contract with BKF for an additional $161,700 for related construction administrative service for a total contract amount not to exceed $801,715. Adopted: July 25, 2006
06-23 06-23
Approving the Purchase and Sale Agreement with Labor of Love LDC for properties proposed for the development for properties proposed for the development of Macdonald Place Senior Housing. Adopted: July 18, 2006
06-22 06-22
Authorizing the use of funds under the approved budget for the North Richmond Street Improvement Project to increase A&B Construction’s contract by $110,000 to $606,808 and reduced by $110,000 for Potential Improvements (Gertrude) from $383,000 to $273,000. Adopted: July 18, 2006
06-21 06-21
Authorizing the expansion of the current Façade Improvement Program boundaries to include San Pablo Avenue from the I-80 over-crossing north of Barrett Avenue to approximately the Bart overcrossing south of Bissell Avenue, and from just south of Alameda Avenue to just south of San Jose Avenue insofar as those area are within the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency‘s Project Area. Adopted: July 18, 2006
06-20 06-20
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute a contract amendment with the Richmond Main Street Initiative , Inc. for program management services, extending the term to June 30, 2007. Adopted: July 11, 2006
06-19 06-19
Resolution of Necessity for acquisition of portions of the “No Build Area” encumbering 4300 Macdonald Avenue as a property right appurtenant to the property located at 4000 Bissell Avenue (APN 517-280-006), authorizing the Agency to deposit with the State tr4easury Condemnation Fund the probable compensation for, and obtain an order for prejudgment possession of, the Subject Property Interest (Owners of record: Messrs. Ernest and Richard Lompa). Adopted: July 11, 2006
06-18 06-18
Authorizing the executive Director to execute a Program Management Agreement with Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond (CHDC) and Eden Housing (collectively the “developer”) for the clean-up and site preparation for the Miraflores Housing Development Project. Adopted: June 27, 2006
06-17 06-17
Approving and adopting the 2006-2007 Fiscal year Budget for the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency. Adopted: June 27, 2006
06-16 06-16
Accepting the Summary Report pursuant to Section 33433 and approving the Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) Between the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond for the Lillie Mae Jones Plaza Development. Adopted: June 20, 2006
06-15 06-15
Authorizing the City Manager and Executive Director to execute a First Amendment to the Land Disposition Agreement (LDA) with Toll Brothers Inc., extending the outside Closing Date of the Terminal One Property to October 1, 2006. Adopted: June 20, 2006
06-14 06-14
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute an Exclusive Right to Negotiate Agreement (ERN) with Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond (CHDC) and Eden Housing (collectively the “Developer”) for the multi-family rental portion of the Miraflores Housing Development Project, and (22) execute a Program Management Agreement (PMA) with the Developer to oversee site remediation activities on the Miraflores site. Adopted: June 20, 2006
06-13 06-13
Amending the Agency’s Fiscal Year 2005/2006 Capital Budget and authorizing the Executive Director to negotiate and execute assignments of various purchase and sale contracts and authorizing the purchase of real properties needed for the development of the Miraflores Housing Development Project. Adopted: June 6, 2006
06-12 06-12
Authorizing an extension of the term of the contract with Amerinational Community Service, Inc. through September 30, 2006, and adding $15,00 to the contract, bringing the contract total to $71,990 for loan servicing. Adopted: June 6, 2006
06-11 06-11
Approving a new contract in the amount of $72,400 with BKF Engineers, for a term ending June 30, 2007, to complete the remainder of the feasibility study for the Marina Bay and Parchester Village grade separations. Adopted: June 6, 2006
06-10 06-10
Resolution of necessity for the acquisition of property located at 1221 Macdonald Avenue, authorizing the Agency to deposit with the State Treasury Condemnation Fund the probable compensation for, and obtain an order for prejudgment possession of, the Subject property (owner of record: Gregory R. and Barbara Hurwich). Adopted: June 6, 2006
06-09 06-09
Accepting the Summary Report Pursuant to Section33433 and approving the Disposition and Development Agreement between the Richmond Community Redevelopment Agency and 12th and Macdonald, LLC. Adopted: May 2, 2006
06-08 06-08
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute agreements with the Brookside Community Health Clinic, inc. for financial assistance in an amount not to exceed six hundred thousand dollars ($600,00) for costs associated with the acquisition and development of 100 and 106 Macdonald Avenue as the Richmond Medical Center. Adopted: May 2, 2006
06-07 06-07
Approve amendment to an existing contract with Amerinational Community Services, Incorporated increasing the payment limit by an amount of $7,500 for a total of $59,990 for financial loan services. Adopted: April 4, 2006
06-06 06-06
Approve amendment to an existing contract with Goldfarb and Lipman to increase the payment limit for legal service associated with Housing and Community Development projects. The increase in payment amount is $65,000 for a total of $595,000 for the period May 2002 through June 2006. Adopted: April 4, 2006
06-05 06-05
Approving and amendment to the Agreement to Negotiate Exclusively (ANE) by and among the City of Richmond and the Richmond Redevelopment Agency and Richmond Civic Center Partner, LLC in connection with the Civic Center Project. Adopted: March 28, 2006
06-04 06-04
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute a Settlement Agreement and Stipulation for Judgment for acquisition of real property commonly known as 222 -226 44th street. Adopted: March 21, 2006
06-03 06-03
Approving Contract with DP Security, LLC for security services in Marina Bay in an amount not to exceed $ 229, 659. the contract term is March 1, 2006, trough February 28, 2007 Adopted: February 28, 2006
06-02 06-02
Approving the Funds Administration Agreement and authorizing the Executive Director to execute a Funds Administration Agreement with the City of Richmond (City) providing that the Agency administers funds on behalf of the City. Adopted: February 7, 2006
06-01 06-01
Authorizing the Executive Director to execute a Settlement Agreement with Sadie’s Soul Food Cafe for implementation of the12th and Macdonald Mixed-Use Project. Adopted: February 7, 2006