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									                          SUMMARY
            CITY OF SAN LEANDRO CITY COUNCIL AND
            SAN LEANDRO REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
                        JOINT MEETING

                                OCTOBER 1, 2001

                                    Civic Center
                                 835 East 14th Street
                               San Leandro, California

CLOSED SESSION -- 5:30 P.M. – City Manager’s Office, Large Conference Room

1. CALL TO ORDER

   A. Roll Call

      PRESENT:       Council Members Badger, Glaze, Grant, Loeffler, Nardine, Santos;
                     Mayor Young

      ABSENT:        None

2. CLOSED SESSION -- CITY COUNCIL ONLY

   The City Council adjourned to Closed Session in the City Manager’s Office, Large
   Conference Room, regarding:

   A. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation, Government Code Section
      54956.9.

      Name of Case: McIntyre vs. City of San Leandro

   B. Conference with Real Property Negotiator, Government Code Section 54956.8.

      Property:              Possible Purchase of Property at 322 and 324 W. Estudillo
                             Avenue

      Negotiating Parties:   Steve Burke, Agent for the Property Owner
                             John Jermanis, City Manager

      Under Negotiation:     Purchase Terms and Price

3. CLOSED SESSION – REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY ONLY

   The Redevelopment Agency adjourned to Closed Session in the City Manager’s Office,
   Large Conference Room, regarding:
   A. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation, Government Code Section
      54956.9.

      Name of Case: San Leandro Redevelopment Agency vs. Begier

   B. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation, Government Code Section
      54956.9.

      Name of Case: San Leandro Redevelopment Agency vs. Martinelli

4. ADJOURN

REGULAR MEETING -- 7:00 P.M. -- City Council Chambers

1. CALL TO ORDER

   A. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

   B. Roll Call

      PRESENT:       Council Members Badger, Glaze, Grant, Loeffler, Nardine, Santos;
                     Mayor Young

      ABSENT:        None

2. PRESENTATIONS/RECOGNITIONS

   A. Recognition of the Employee of the Month – For the Month of October 2001, Larry
      Ornellas, Public Works Department, Building Maintenance Division.

   B. Proclamation Declaring October 7, 2001, Sausage and Suds Day in San Leandro.

3. JOINT CITY COUNCIL/SAN LEANDRO REDEVELOPMENT
   AGENCY PUBLIC HEARING

   Public Hearing Comments are limited to 5 minutes per person. When you address the
   City Council, you should fill out a speaker card and submit it to the City Clerk so the
   order of speakers may be determined and an official record of names and addresses
   obtained.

   CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL

      PRESENT:       Redevelopment Agency Members Badger, Glaze, Grant, Loeffler,
                     Nardine, Santos; Chair Young

      ABSENT:        None
   A. Matter of Adoption of the Mitigated Negative Declaration; Approval of the Section
      33433 Reports; and Approval of the Disposition and Development Agreements
      (DDA) Between the San Leandro Redevelopment Agency, Lavery California
      Dealership Properties No. 1, LLC, and the Batarse Family Trust for Construction of
      New Auto Dealerships on Property Located at 467 Marina Boulevard 467 (APN
      075-0087-003-02), 505 Marina (APN 075-0087-004-04), 517 Marina (APN 075-
      0087-004-06), 559 Marina (APN 075-0087-007-04), 575 Marina (APN 075-0087-
      006-06), a Portion of 635 Marina (APN 075-0093-007-02), and 765 Marina (APN
      075-0093-001-02); and Approval of an Owner Participation Agreement and
      Settlement Agreement with F. H. Dailey for Development of the Property Located at
      936 Marina (APN 075-0102-008-02).

      -- Minute Order No. 2001-2, Matter of Redevelopment Agency Convening a
         Closed Session.

          The Redevelopment Agency approved adjournment to Closed Session to
          discuss the three Redevelopment properties -- Begier, Dailey, and
          Martinelli.

          M/S/C Glaze and Nardine. Ayes: 6; Noes: 0; Abstained: Santos

The Redevelopment Agency met in Closed Session from 7:40 p.m. to 7:53 p.m.

CLOSED SESSION – City Manager’s Office, Large Conference Room

1. CALL TO ORDER

   A. Roll Call

      PRESENT:       Council Members Badger, Glaze, Grant, Loeffler, Nardine, Santos;
                     Mayor Young

      ABSENT:        None

2. CLOSED SESSION – REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY ONLY

   The Redevelopment Agency adjourned to Closed Session in the City Manager’s Office,
   Large Conference Room, regarding:

   A. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation, Government Code Section
      54956.9.

      Name of Case: San Leandro Redevelopment Agency vs. Martinelli

   B. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation, Government Code Section
      54956.9.

      Name of Case: San Leandro Redevelopment Agency vs. Begier
  C. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation, Government Code Section
     54956.9.

     Name of Case: San Leandro Redevelopment Agency vs. Dailey

3. ADJOURN

CONTINUE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY PUBLIC HEARING

     1. Resolution No. 2001-10, Resolution of the San Leandro Redevelopment
        Agency Adopting a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Findings Related
        Thereto for Approval of Disposition and Development Agreements for the
        Development of the Property Located at 467 (APN 075-0087-003-02), 505
        (APN 075-0087-004-04), 517 (APN 075-0087-004-06), 559 (APN 075-0087-
        007-04), 575 (APN 075-0087-006-06), 635 (APN 075-0093-007-02), and 765
        (APN 075-0093-001-02) Marina Boulevard; and Approval of an Owner
        Participation Agreement for 936 (APN 075-0102-008-02) Marina Boulevard.
                                                                           (2888)
        M/S/C Nardine and Loeffler. Ayes: 6; Noes: Grant

     2. Resolution No. 2001-156, Resolution of the City Council Adopting a Mitigated
        Negative Declaration and Findings Related Thereto for Approval of the
        Disposition and Development Agreements for the Development of the Property
        Located at 467 (APN 075-0087-003-02), 505 (APN 075-0087-004-04), 517
        (APN 075-0087-004-06), 559 (APN 075-0087-007-04), 575 (APN 075-0087-
        006-06), 635 (APN 075-0093-007-02), and 765 (APN 075-0093-001-02)
        Marina Boulevard; and Approval of an Owner Participation Agreement for 936
        (APN 075-0102-008-02) Marina Boulevard.                             (2888)

        M/S/C Nardine and Glaze. Ayes: 6; Noes: Grant

     3. Resolution No. 2001-11, Resolution of the San Leandro Redevelopment
        Agency Approving the Reuse Report Required by Health and Safety Code
        Section 33433 and the Disposition and Development Agreement Between
        Lavery California Dealership Properties No. 1, LLC, and the San Leandro
        Redevelopment Agency for the Disposition and Development of a Portion of the
        Property Located at 467, 505, and 517 Marina Boulevard; Assessor’s Parcel
        Numbers 075-0087-003-02, 075-0087-004-04, and 075-0087-004-06, and
        Transmission of the Report to the City Council.                     (2888)

        M/S/C Nardine and Loeffler. Ayes: 6; Noes: Grant

     4. Resolution No. 2001-157, Resolution of the City Council Approving the Reuse
        Report Required by Health and Safety Code Section 33433 and the Disposition
        and Development Agreement Between Lavery California Dealership Properties
        No. 1, LLC, and the San Leandro Redevelopment Agency for the Disposition
        and Development of a Portion of the Property Located at 467, 505, and 517
         Marina Boulevard, Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 075-0087-003-02, 075-0087-
         004-04, and 075-0087-004-06.                                   (2888)

         M/S/C Nardine and Santos. Ayes: 6; Noes: Grant

     5. Resolution No. 2001-12, Resolution of the San Leandro Redevelopment
        Agency Approving the Reuse Report Required by Health and Safety Code
        Section 33433 and the Disposition and Development Agreement Between the
        Batarse Family Trust, U.T.A., Dated May 7, 1987, Anthony A. Batarse, Jr.,
        Trustee, and the San Leandro Redevelopment Agency for the Disposition and
        Development of the Property Located at 467, 505, and 517 Marina Boulevard;
        Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 075-0087-003-02, 075-0087-004-04, and 075-0087-
        004-06, and a Portion of the Property Located at 635 Marina Boulevard,
        Assessor’s Parcel Number 075-0093-007-02, and Transmission of the Report to
        the City Council.                                                  (2888)

         M/S/C Nardine and Santos. Ayes: 6; Noes: Grant

     6. Resolution No. 2001-158, Resolution of the City Council Approving the Reuse
        Report Required by Health and Safety Code Section 33433 and the Disposition
        and Development Agreement Between the Batarse Family Trust, U.T.A., Dated
        May 7, 1987, Anthony A. Batarse, Jr., Trustee, and the San Leandro
        Redevelopment Agency for the Disposition and Development of the Property
        Located at 467, 505, and 517 Marina Boulevard; Assessor’s Parcel Numbers
        075-0087-003-02, 075-0087-004-04, and 075-0087-004-06, and a Portion of the
        Property Located at 635 Marina Boulevard, Assessor’s parcel Number 075-
        0093-007-02.                                                        (2888)

         M/S/C Nardine and Santos. Ayes: 6; Noes: Grant

     7. Resolution No. 2001-13, Resolution of the San Leandro Redevelopment
        Agency Approving the Owner Participation Agreement and Settlement
        Agreement with F. H. Dailey Motor Company for Development of the Property
        Located at 936, 890, and 954 Marina Boulevard, Assessor’s Parcel Numbers
        075-0102-008-02, 075-0102-006-002,and 075-0102-009-02.            (2888)

         M/S/C Nardine and Loeffler. Ayes: 6; Noes: Grant

  ADJOURN JOINT CITY COUNCIL/SAN LEANDRO REDEVELOPMENT
  AGENCY PUBLIC HEARING

CONTINUE CITY COUNCIL MEETING

4.PUBLIC COMMENTS

  Public Comments are limited to 3 minutes per person. When you address the City
  Council, you should fill out a speaker card and submit it to the City Clerk so the order
  of speakers may be determined and an official record of names and addresses obtained.
  The public is invited to make comments on Consent Calendar items, or other items of
  public interest not listed on the Agenda, at this time.

  (See Minutes)

5. CITY MANAGER’S REPORT AND COMMENTS

  (See Minutes)

6. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS

  A. Reports on Intergovernmental Agencies

     (See Minutes)

  B. Reports on City Council Committees (See Minutes)

     1. Facilities Committee Meeting of September 18, 2001.

         Recommendations for City Council Consideration:
         a. Report Regarding Conceptual Design of New City Council Chambers;
            Proposed Contract with Group 4 to Be Scheduled for Consideration on
            October 15, 2001.

         b. Report Regarding Renovation of South Offices for Interim Location of
            Recreation and Human Services Department; Proposed Contract with Cal-
            Bay Construction to Be Scheduled for Consideration on October 15, 2001.

     2. Human Relations Committee Meeting of September 19, 2001.

7. CONSENT CALENDAR

  Consent Calendar items are typically routine in nature and are considered for approval
  by the City Council with one single action. The City Council may remove items from
  the Consent Calendar for purposes of discussion. Items listed on the Consent Calendar
  are deemed to have been read by title.

  The Consent Calendar was approved as follows:

  M/S/C Santos and Loeffler. Ayes: 7; Noes: 0

  A. Minutes of the Meeting of September 17, 2001. Approved as submitted.

  B. Resolution No. 2001-159, Resolution Approving Contractual Services Agreement
     with Donald Rogers Relating to Fire Station No. 10, Project No. 01-230-28-111
     (provides full-time oversight of the construction work associated with subject
     project, in accordance with the Essential Services Act). Cost: $80,000. Funding:
     Library/Fire Station Bonds, Included as a Part of the October 18, 1999, Resolution
     Approving Issuance of Bonds.                                              (2323)

  C. Resolution No. 2001-160, Resolution Approving Contractual Services Agreement
     with Donald Rogers Relating to Fire Station No. 11, Project No. 00-230-28-112
     (provides full-time oversight of the construction work associated with subject
     project, in accordance with the Essential Services Act). Cost: $50,000. Funding:
     Library/Fire Station Bonds, Included as a Part of the October 18, 1999, Resolution
     Approving Issuance of Bonds.                                              (2323)

  D. Resolution No. 2001-161, Resolution of Award of Contract to L. C. General
     Engineering & Construction, Inc., for the Chabot Park Restroom Replacement,
     Project No. 01-230-43-180 and Appropriation of General Funds in the Amount of
     $149,180 (recommends award to the low bidder for bid amount of $322,600.00.
     Bids opened August 28, 2001.). Funding: Capital Improvements Multi-Funded
     Projects Fund (Combination of General Funds and CDBG Funds).          (2910)

  E. Resolution No. 2001-162, Resolution of Award of Contract to SRP Company for
     Estudillo Avenue Sanitary Sewer Extension, Project No. 01-593-52-118
     (recommends award to the low bidder for bid amount of $208,060.00. Bids opened
     September 25, 2001.). Funding: Water Pollution Control Enterprise Fund.
         (2911)

  F. Resolution No. 2001-163, Resolution Accepting the Work for the San Leandro
     Community Library Center Seismic Retrofit, Renovation, and Expansion, Package
     19, Ceramic Tile and Stone, Project No. 98-215-28-115 (provides for acceptance
     of work from American Tile and Brick Veneer, Inc., filing of Notice of Completion,
     and release of bonds).                                                    (2866)

  G. Resolution No. 2001-164, Resolution Adopting the Deficiency Plan for I-580
     Westbound from Center Street to I-238 (supports adoption of the Deficiency Plan to
     be in conformance with the Alameda County Congestion Management Program).
                                                              (2465/1409/1219/1250)

  H. Ordinance No. 2001-019, An Ordinance Rezoning Certain Property Herein
     Described as to Zoning District and Amending the Zoning Map (PLN2000-00049,
     50, and 51); on an Approximately 2.57-Acre Site Located on Halcyon Drive East of
     Kraft Foods; Assessor’s Parcel Number 77C-1240-3-3, 3-5, and 4-0.
     -- Adopted                                                    (1099/1009/1024)

  I. Ordinance No. 2001-020, An Ordinance Rezoning Certain Property Herein
     Described as to Zoning District and Amending the Zoning Map (PLN 2001-00041),
     1844 Bancroft Avenue, Assessor’s Parcel Number 77-519-13.
     -- Adopted                                                   (1009/2167/1024)

8.NEW BUSINESS
Public Comments on New Business items are permitted if a Speaker Card is submitted
before the staff presentation is completed. Each speaker will be allowed 3 minutes for
comments.

A. Minute Order No. 2001-81, Matter of Nomination of Member to Board of Zoning
   Adjustments (District 1) – Gil Raposo.                              (1019)

   The City Council approved the nomination of Gil Raposo to the Board of
   Zoning Adjustments (District 1).

   M/S/C Badger and Santos. Ayes: 7; Noes: 0

B. Matter of San Leandro Redevelopment Agency Amendment No. 6 to the Alameda
   County/City of San Leandro Redevelopment Plan (sets a Public Hearing for
   November 19, 2001).

   -- Resolution No. 2001-14, Resolution of the San Leandro Redevelopment
      Agency Requesting a Joint Public Hearing on the Sixth Amendment to the
      Alameda County/City of San Leandro Redevelopment Plan.         (2888)

       M/S/C Loeffler and Badger. Ayes: 7; Noes: 0

   -- Resolution No. 2001-165, Resolution of the City Council Consenting to a Joint
      Public Hearing on the Sixth Amendment to the Alameda County/City of San
      Leandro Redevelopment Plan.                                          (2888)

      M/S/C Loeffler and Badger. Ayes: 7; Noes: 0
   -- Resolution No. 2001-15, Resolution of the San Leandro Redevelopment
      Agency Transmitting the Proposed Sixth Amendment to the Alameda
      County/City of San Leandro Redevelopment Plan to the Planning Commission
      for Its Report and Recommendation.                               (2888)

       M/S/C Loeffler and Badger. Ayes: 7; Noes: 0

C. Matter of Amendment to the Real Property Transfer Tax, Providing for Rebates and
   Additional Exemptions, and Establishing Regulations Governing Rebates.

   -- An Urgency Ordinance Amending Title 2, Chapter 2-3 of the San Leandro
      Municipal Code Relating to Real Property Transfer Tax, Providing for Rebates
      and Additional Exemptions from the City’s Real Property Transfer Tax, and
      Declaring This Ordinance To Be an Urgency Measure, To Take Effect
      Immediately. No Action
      -- Pass to Print and Adopt

   -- Resolution Amending Title 6, Chapter 7 of the San Leandro Administrative
      Code Relating to the Real Property Transfer Tax and Adding Regulations
      Governing Rebates (provides the administrative regulations for the Real
      Property Transfer Tax Rebate Program that will rebate a portion of the Real
         Property Transfer Tax for certain classes of residential property conveyances).
         No Action

     -- Minute Order No. 2001-82, Matter of Amendment to the Real Property
        Transfer Tax, Providing for Rebates and Additional Exemptions, and
        Establishing Regulations Governing Rebates.        (1170/1413/2318)

         The City Council directed that the ordinance be referred back to staff for
         additional study and that the matter be scheduled before the full City
         Council for review and discussion.

         M/S/C Santos and Badger. Ayes: 7; Noes: 0

  D. Report on Closed Session Actions Taken.

     None

9. CITY COUNCIL COMMENTS

  (See Minutes)

10. ADJOURN

  The City Council adjourned its meeting at 9:30 p.m. in Memory of Anthony Cain.

								
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