City Hall Tip Sheet: April 19-25 — Oakland City Council offers OUSD students a lift

>Alameda County may oppose ‘last call’ state bill

ALAMEDA COUNTY —  Regular board meeting, Tuesday, April 23, 10:45 a.m. 
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Next meeting: May 7.
-FAIR HOUSING- Alameda County cities will enter an Inter-Governmental Collaboration Agreement to fund a consultant that will ultimately conduct a countywide “Analysis of Impediment to Fair Housing Choice Plan.” The total cost is $128,390. The study intends to assess fair housing issues in Alameda County and set goals fair housing in each city.

-LAST CALL FOR ALCOHOL- Backed by Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley, the board will vote Tuesday whether to oppose SB 58, a bill introduced by state Sen. Scott Wiener to allow a five-year pilot program for some California cities, including Oakland, to allow bars and restaurants to serve alcohol until 4 a.m, instead of 2 a.m.

>Oakland council to help school kids take the bus

OAKLAND — Council committee meetings, Tuesday, April 23, starts at 9:30 a.m.
-MORE $$ TO HELP OUSD- Council President Rebecca Kaplan, Councilmembers Sheng Thao and Nikki Bas have another plan for helping out the struggling Oakland Unified School District. This one comes before the Finance Committee Tuesday morning. Last week, they approved a $1.2 million grant to restore budget cuts to some school services. “This resolution seeks to allocate $500,000 in unexpended fiscal year 2018- 2019 City of Oakland Measure B ACTIA Funds to AC Transit for OUSD transportation needs for FY 2019-20,” according to a staff report. “Measure B clearly sought the allocation of funds for essential transportation services, and providing funding to cover transportation costs of our students is a priority.”

>A’s ballpark bill in Assembly committee

ASSEMBLY – Natural Resources Committee, Monday, April 22, 1:30 p.m.
-AB 1191- An Oakland A’s-related ballpark bill introduced by Assemblymember Rob Bonta makes its debut Monday. “This bill would enact the Oakland Waterfront Ballpark Act, which would authorize the commission to enter into an exchange with the City of Oakland, of filled or reclaimed tidelands and submerged lands or beds of navigable waterways, or interests in these lands, located in the Howard Terminal property, as defined, that are subject to the public trust for commerce, navigation, and fisheries, for other lands or interests in lands under the jurisdiction and control of the city, if the commission finds that specified conditions exist.”

PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD — Regular board meeting, Tuesday, April 23, 7 p.m.

EAST BAY MUDRegular board meeting, Tuesday, April 23, 1:15 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Next meeting: May 14.

AC TRANSIT — Regular board meeting, Wednesday, April 24, 5 p.m.
ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Next meeting: May 8.

BART — Regular board meeting, Thursday, April 25, 9 a.m.


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