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Boards and Commissions

| Meeting Agenda

Sanitary Sewer Supplemental Report

Sanitary Sewer Supplemental Report Presented at Public Works Committee on June 26, 2018

| Agendas and Minutes

Sanitary Sewer Information Report

Sanitary Sewer Information Report Presented at Public Works Committee on April 24, 2018

| Info Memo

Launch of the Capital Improvement Program Planning Process for 2019-2021

The purpose of this memo is to share information with the City Council regarding upcoming community engagement activities planned for the City of Oakland Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The first phase of public engagement activities are citywide and scheduled to start in May, through Summer 2018.

| Info Memo

Info Memo - El Niño Preparations

Weather forecasters are predicting this year’s [2015] El Niño will bring significant rainfall and strong
winds – the kind of conditions that may result in flooding, landslides, and downed trees and
power lines throughout the City. The City of Oakland is preparing in advance to mitigate the
impacts of severe weather and to protect residents, businesses and properties. While we cannot
predict specific impacts to Oakland, we do know that preparedness is the key to resiliency. We
are urging residents and businesses to prepare -- before heavy rains begin.

This memo provides information about steps the City is taking to prepare for El Niño and strong
winter storms, and summarizes the communications efforts underway.

| Info Memo

Info Memo - Citywide Impact Fee Update

The City is considering adopting impact fees related to affordable housing, transportation,
and capital facilities including imposing such fees on development applications that are
already submitted, pursuant to the California Subdivision Map Act (Government Code
Section 66474.2(b)).

Development impact fees are a commonly used method of collecting a proportional share of
funds from new development for infrastructure improvements and/or other public facilities. With
rare exceptions, development impact fees are one-time funds restricted to funding capital costs
for new facilities or upgrades to existing facilities, and are not used for annual operations and/or
maintenance. Impact fees may only be charged to new development and that the funds
collected must be expended on improvements needed as a result of the new development. 

| Info Memo

Info Memo - Rate Increases for Zero Waste Services

Effective July 1, 2016, all customers receiving Zero Waste Services from California Waste
Solutions (CWS) and Waste Management of Alameda County (WMAC) will see an increase in
their rates. This is an annual rate adjustment provided for in the contracts with the two
companies. The increases are comprised of an indexed-base annual adjustment and additional
approved adjustments that recover the costs of:

 Deferring the Consumer Price Index (CPI) adjustment in the first year of the contract;
 Providing lower initial rates in first year of the contract; and
 Increasing wages and benefits for recycling sorters represent

| Info Memo

Info Memo - City Hall Fire Alarm Replacement

In April of 2015 the fire alarm system in City Hall failed during a scheduled inspection and testing. It was
determined after follow up assessment that the system was irreparable and needed to be replaced. The
total estimated cost and budget to replace the system was $550,000.

The entire project took 11 months to complete with the majority of the work being performed on nights
and weekends to minimize impacts to City business. 

| Policy

EPA 2014 Consent Decree

EPA 2014 Consent Decree

| Report

FY15 Sanitary Sewer Collection System Annual Report Amendment

FY15 Sanitary Sewer Collection System Annual Report Amendment