Only one GP-related item this week, but plenty of interest overall: navigation centers for every district proposed; a regional housing report and one on Jump bikes. Read on:
The following legislation is submitted under the “30-Day Rule,” meaning it must be proposed 30 days before any hearing. The 30-Day Rule legislation is reserved for proposals that would “create or revise major city policy.”
- 190418 [Administrative Code – Location of Navigation Centers for the Homeless] Sponsors: Haney; Ronen, Mar and Walton Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing to open a Navigation Center within six months in each of two Supervisorial districts where no Navigation Center currently exists, and to open at least one Navigation Center within 30 months in each Supervisorial district where no Navigation Center currently exists; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act. (Fiscal Impact; No Budget and Legislative Analyst Report) 4/16/19; ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to the Land Use and Transportation Committee. 4/22/19; REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT.
The BOS Budget and Finance Subcommittee will meet Wednesday, May 1, 10 a.m., in City Hall, room 250. Agenda
- 13. (J. PAPPAS: (415) 575-9053) CASA – The Committee to House the Bay Area – This Informational Presentation is an overview of regional policy package, the CASA Compact, to improve housing affordability in the Bay Area launched by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) in partnership with foundations, nonprofit advocates, housing developers, business groups, and other organizations. Preliminary Recommendation: None – Informational
The Recreation and Park Commission Operations Committee meeting will happen Thursday, May 2, 2 p.m., in City Hall, room 416. Agenda
- In case you missed it at the April 16 MTA BoD meeting, here’s that report on station-less bike-sharing.
- 3. ESTABLISH – SPEED HUMPS Sanchez Street, between 30th Street and Randall Street (2 speed humps) (Supervisor District 8) # Jeff Banks, firstname.lastname@example.org This proposal installs traffic calming devices on the block at the request of block residents
- 10. 190141 [Administrative Code – Programs for the Vehicular Homeless] Sponsors: Brown; Safai, Fewer, Stefani, Mandelman, Haney, Mar, Ronen, Walton and Yee
Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (“HSH”) to establish a Safe Overnight Parking Pilot Program to provide eligible vehicularly homeless persons a place to park and sleep in their vehicles overnight, case management, and other services; require HSH to collaborate with the Municipal Transportation Agency (“MTA”) to develop an On-Street Parking Citation and Tow- and-Storage-Fee Abatement Program to provide eligible vehicularly homeless persons with waivers of parking fines and fees; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act. 04/23/2019; PASSED ON FIRST READING. Question: Shall this Ordinance be FINALLY PASSED?
- 32. 190452 [Urging Specific City-Wide Homelessness and Affordable Housing Priorities in the FYs 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 Budgets] Sponsors: Fewer; Mandelman and Stefani
Resolution urging the Mayor to prioritize increased funding for problem-solving and prevention of homelessness, exits from homelessness and the shelter system, targeted funding to house key vulnerable populations, and affordable housing preservation and production in all districts in San Francisco in the two-year budgets for FYs 2019-2020 and 2020-2021. 04/24/2019; REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING. Question: Shall this Resolution be ADOPTED?