July 5, 2011 > Hayward City Council
Hayward City Council
June 28, 2011
Approval of minutes of June 14 Special City Council/Redevelopment Agency (RDA)/Housing Authority meeting held over to July 12, 2011, pending correction.
Preliminarily approved engineer's report and levy assessments for FY 2012 for Consolidated Landscaping and Lighting District No. 96-1, Zones 1-13, and set public hearing for July 26, 2011.
Preliminarily approved engineer's report and levy assessment for FY 2012 for Maintenance District No. 1, adopted resolution of intent, and scheduled public hearing for July 26, 2011.
Preliminarily approved engineer's report and levy assessment for FY 2012 for Maintenance District No. 2, adopted resolution of intent, and scheduled public hearing for July 26, 2011.
Adopted three resolutions for paying and reporting values of employer-paid member contributions for City of Hayward employee bargaining groups to California Public Employees Retirement System.
Entered into a three-year agreement with Wells Fargo Insurance Services, USA, Inc. for group insurance broker and advisory services and inclusion of the City of Hayward with the Wells Fargo Municipality Pool for Delta dental coverage. The contract will save $49,929, in total.
Authorized RDA Executive Director to negotiate and execute contract with TRC Solutions, Inc. and to appropriate $62,000 for additional Phase II Investigation of the Residual Burbank School site (353 B St.) and to prepare a Removal Action Completion report.
Elected Councilwoman Barbara Halliday as Mayor Pro Tempore.
Authorized inter-fund transfer and assignment of First-Time Homebuyer Down Payment Assistance Program loans ($2.261M in outstanding loans) from the City of Hayward to the Housing Authority which will now control the loan agreements and associated funding for the Program.
Approved RDA budget transfer of $450,000 to Capital Improvement Program budget, Street System Improvement Fund, for Transportation for Livable Communities grant matching funds for the South Hayward BART Transit-Oriented Development Project.
Considered annual levy ($55,000) for the Downtown Business Improvement Area (DBIA) for calendar year 2012. The RDA will also allocate $55,000 to the DBIA whose total budget allocation will be $110,000.
Request to change zoning from Medium Density Residential to Planned Development and to sub-divide the property [353 B St. at the southwest corner of B St. and Myrtle St, east of Burbank Elementary School] to construct 57 detached, single-family homes. Urban Dynamic (applicant); City of Hayward (owner). Continued to July 12, 2011.
Agreement for purchase and sale of real property (353 B St.) between the City of Hayward and Urban Dynamic, LLC for the construction of 57 detached, single-family homes. Continued to July 12, 2011.
Jim Drake continues to remark on safety of the Route 238 Corridor Improvement Project. His ultimate concern is the extent of the city's liability along the project's route. He has met with Bob Bauman, Director of Public Works, of whom he asked three questions. 1) Contractually, is the city requiring Top Grade Construction to comply with Caltrans safety criteria for open-cut, center trenches, etc? YES. 2) Contractually, is the city free of any and all liability, including legal fees incurred in the city's defense, any and all claims and judgments relating to safety of the Corridor? YES. 3) Is the city responsible for any tires, rims, alignments due to potholes, sunken trenches in the contract area? NO; Top Grade is responsible.
Councilman Marvin Peixoto attended the Alameda County Board of Supervisor's redistricting public hearing on June 28 to advocate keeping Hayward intact within a supervisorial district. Boundaries delineated by "Map E" do keep Hayward, and Pleasanton, intact and will be adopted on July 12.
Nicholas Vigil thanked Council for funding the Hayward Municipal Band.
Mayor Michael Sweeney - Yes
Barbara Halliday - Yes
Olden Henson - Yes
Marvin Peixoto - Yes
Bill Quirk - Yes
Mark Salinas - Yes
Francisco Zermeľo - Yes