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NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
CITY OF ALAMEDA PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD

Alameda Municipal Power Service Center
2000 Grand Street, Conference Room A/B
(Corner of Clement Avenue)
Alameda, CA 94501

Monday, December 16, 2019 at 7:00 P.M.

1.

ROLL CALL

2.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS - NONAGENDA (PUBLIC COMMENT)

Members of the public are invited to address the Board on any subject related to the activities of Alameda Municipal Power not otherwise appearing on the Agenda.

3.

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

4.

CONSENT CALENDAR

Consent Calendar items are considered routine and will be enacted, approved or adopted by one motion unless a request for removal for discussion or explanation is received from the Board or a member of the public.
4.I.

A. Minutes of the Public Utilities Board Regular Meeting – November 18, 2019

4.II.

B. Listing of Bills Paid – November 2019

4.III.

C. Financial Report – October 2019

4.IV.

D. Treasurer’s Report for the Month Ending October 31, 2019

4.V.

E. By Resolution, Approve Changes to the Alameda Municipal Power Supplemental Schedule VG, Voluntary Renewable Power Program

4.VI.

F. By Motion, Authorize the General Manager to Issue Purchase Orders to Howard Industries, Inc., in an Amount Not to Exceed $30,000, and ABB, Inc., in an Amount Not to Exceed $60,500 to Purchase Distribution Transformers per Material Specification No. MS 05-18-01

4.VII.

G. By Motion, Approve the Targeted Meter Socket Rebate Program

4.VIII.

H. Adopt a Resolution Recommending that the City Council Amend the Electric Utility Professionals of Alameda Salary Schedule to Reflect a New Salary Range for the Finance and Utility Billing Manager and the Support Services Manager and Revised Job Classification Titles for Finance and Utility Billing Manager, Utility Billing Specialist, and Utility Billing Technician

4.IX.

I. By Resolution, Commend Bill Garvine for His Long and Distinguished Service to Alameda Municipal Power

5.

AGENDA ITEMS

5.I.

A. For Information Only, Update on the Otis/Broadway Underground Utility District

Documents:
  1. Agenda Item A.pdf
5.II.

B. By Resolution, Approve Changes and Implement An End Date For The Experimental Electric Vehicle Charging Discount (Supplemental Schedule EV-X) In Order To Transition To A Time-Of-Use Rate For Electric Vehicle Customers

Documents:
  1. Agenda Item B.pdf
6.

GENERAL MANAGER'S REPORT

6.I.

A. General Manager's Report - November 2019

7.

COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS

8.

BOARD COMMUNICATIONS

9.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS - NON AGENDA (PUBLIC COMMENT)

Members of the public are invited to address the Board on any subject related to the activities of Alameda Municipal Power not otherwise appearing on the Agenda.
10.

ADJOURNMENT

  • Each member of the public who wishes to speak is afforded up to 5 minutes per agenda item, which may be increased or limited by the presiding officer.
  • Sign language interpreters will be available on request. Please contact Hayley Wise at 748-3908 or 522-7538 (TDD number) or email at least 72 hours before the meeting to request an interpreter.
  • Accessible seating for persons with disability (including those using wheelchairs) is available.
  • Minutes of the meeting are available in enlarged print.
  • Audiotapes of the meeting are available upon request.
  • Please contact Hayley Wise at 748-3908 or 522-7538 (TDD number) or email at least 72 hours prior to the meeting to request agenda materials in an alternative format, or any other reasonable accommodation that may be necessary to participate in and enjoy the benefits of the meeting.

Documents related to this agenda are available for public inspection and copying at Alameda Municipal Power’s Service Center – 2000 Grand Street during office hours.

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Government’s duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public.

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[Section 2-91.13 (d) - Sunshine Ordinance]