City Hall Tip Sheet: Mar. 22-28 — Alameda County to allocate $13M in state emergency aid for homelessness

>Alameda County may reconsider rodeo act bans

ALAMEDA COUNTY — Regular board meeting, Tuesday, Mar. 26, 9:30 a.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Next meeting: April 9.
-EMERGENCY HOMELESS FUNDING- Alameda County is spending more than $13 million of its one-time-only state Homelessness Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) funding Tuesday. The amounts and specific projects are wide-ranging. From $4 million to Berkeley for homeless support services, $3.1 million to Oak;and for various services, $734,000 to Alameda for mobile hygiene services and sanctioned RV parking, $2 million to Fremont and Newark, and $392,000 to San Leandro. See the full list HERE.

>>Planning meeting, Tuesday, Mar. 26, 1 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE |
-REVISITING MUTTON BUSTING- Last January, the Board of Supervisors Planning Committee voted, 4-1, to direct staff to study a ban on mutton busting and wild cow milking contests at the Rowell Ranch Rodeo in Castro Valley. Supervisor Nate Miley, who represents the unincorporated town and parts of rural Alameda County, wants the board to reconsider the direction.


>Alameda Marina design review

ALAMEDA — Planning board meeting, Monday, Mar. 25, 7 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE |  Next planning meeting: April 9 |
-ALAMEDA MARINA PROJECT- The planning bard is holding a public design review for “approximately 3.5 acres of publicly accessible waterfront open space, parks, landscaping and roadway and sidewalk improvements on the Alameda Marina property generally located between Clement Avenue and the Oakland Estuary and between Alameda Marina Drive and Willow Street,” according to a staff report.


>Hayward amends just-cause ordinance

HAYWARD — Regular council meeting, Tuesday, Mar. 26, 7 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Next meeting: April 2.
-JUST-CAUSE EXEMPTION- The Hayward City Council adopted an emergency just-cause ordinance on Mar. 5. The ordinance became effective immediately, but city staff is recommending a carve-out for affordable housing conversion projects like one at the Leisure Terrace Apartments, previously a market-rate building.

>>Planning Commission meeting, Thursday, Mar. 28, 7 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Approval for 14 townhomes at 28538 Huntwood
Ave. | Next planning meeting: April 11.


>Mayor Cutter’s State of the City

SAN LEANDRO — Special council meeting, Monday, Mar. 25, 7 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Next meeting: April 1.
-STATE OF THE ‘DRO- San Leandro Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter will deliver her annual State of the City address at the San Leandro Senior Community Center at 13909 East 14th Street. The reception starts at 6:30 p.m., followed by Cutter’s remarks.


BART — Regular board meeting, Thursday, Mar. 28, 9 a.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Independent police auditor report |


AC TRANSIT — Regular board meeting, Wednesday, Mar. 27, 5 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Next meeting: April 10.


EAST BAY MUDRegular board meeting, Wednesday, Mar. 26, 1:15 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE |


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