Big changes coming to Elk Street at the top of the hill!
The Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency will meet Tuesday, March 19, 10:30 a.m., in City Hall, room 250. Agenda
- E. ESTABLISH – STOP SIGN – Church Street, southbound, at Randall Street.
- I. ESTABLISH – RECTANGULAR RAPID FLASHING BEACON –Elk Street / Diamond Heights Boulevard at Sussex Street.
- J. ESTABLISH – TOW AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME – Diamond Heights Boulevard, west side, from Sussex Street to Arbor Street – Sussex Street, south side, from Elk Street to 33 feet easterly – Sussex Street, north side, from Diamond Heights Boulevard to 15 feet easterly.
- K. RESCIND – NO PARKING, PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, 8AM – 9AM, MONDAY – FRIDAY, JUNE – AUGUST – Diamond Heights Boulevard, west side, from Sussex Street to 120 feet northerly.
- L. ESTABLISH – CROSSWALK CLOSURE – Diamond Heights Boulevard at Arbor Street, south crossing – Diamond Heights Boulevard at Arbor Street, north crossing. M. ESTABLISH – 25 MPH SPEED LIMIT – Diamond Heights Boulevard, between Berkeley Way (west) and Sussex Street.
- 12. Presentation and discussion regarding transit service. Staff report here.
The Ingleside Police Station Community Meeting will happen Tuesday, March 19, 7 p.m., at Ingleside Station, 1 Sgt. John V. Young Lane (near Balboa Park) in the Ingleside Station Community Room.
The BOS Budget and Finance Subcommittee will meet Wednesday, March 20, 10 a.m., in City Hall, room 250. Agenda
- Budget process overview. If anyone goes, please send an outline of how it works!
The SFMTA Citizens’ Advisory Council’s Finanace & Administration Committee will meet Wednesday, March 20, 3:30 p.m., at 1 S. Van Ness Ave., 7th fl. Agenda and supporting materials here.
- Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding Public Outreach & Engagement Team Strategy. Slide presentation here.
- 190222 [Declaring a Climate Emergency in San Francisco] Sponsors: Mandelman; Fewer, Peskin, Mar, Brown, Haney and Yee
Resolution declaring a climate emergency in San Francisco; and requesting immediate and accelerated action to address the climate crisis and limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. 2/26/19; RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to the Land Use and Transportation Committee. 3/6/19; REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT.
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.”
- 190248 [Planning Code – Uses in the Upper Market NCT and NCT-3 Zoning Districts] Sponsor: Mandelman
Ordinance amending the Planning Code to revise the NCT-3 (Moderate-Scale Neighborhood Commercial Transit) District controls to allow Arts Activities, Philanthropic Administrative Services, and Public Facilities as a principal use on all stories, revise the Upper Market Neighborhood Commercial Transit (NCT) District controls to allow Arts Activities and Institutional Uses as a principal use on the first and second stories and as a conditional use on the third story and above and to allow General Entertainment as a principal use on the first and second stories, modify the requirements for liquor stores and bars in the NCT-3 and Upper Market Street NCT Districts, add additional conditional use criteria for liquor stores and require liquor stores to comply with standard location and operating conditions, and add additional uses to the definition of Open Air Sales; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and adopting findings of public necessity, convenience, and general welfare under Planning Code, Section 302. 3/5/19; ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to the Land Use and Transportation Committee. 3/12/19; REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT.
- 190109 [Police, Business and Tax Regulations, Transportation Codes – Event-Related Cannabis Permits – Application Fee] Sponsors: Mandelman; Brown, Haney, Walton, Stefani and Fewer
Ordinance amending the Police Code to establish procedures for the Office of Cannabis to issue permits authorizing cannabis sales or consumption, or both, in connection with temporary events, and providing a mechanism for the temporary waiver of City laws restricting smoking or cannabis consumption; amending the Business and Tax Regulations Code to establish an application fee for such permits; amending Division I of the Transportation Code to allow for temporary waivers of Article 19L of the Health Code in connection with events approved by Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and Transportation; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act. 03/12/2019; NOT AMENDED. 03/12/2019; PASSED ON FIRST READING. Question: Shall this Ordinance be FINALLY PASSED?
- 190045 [Building, Business and Tax Regulations Codes – Temporary Homeless Shelter Provisions During Shelter Crisis] Sponsors: Mayor; Brown, Walton, Haney, Mandelman and Stefani
Ordinance amending the Building Code to adopt standards for constructing homeless shelters, and to create an alternative approval procedure for homeless shelters, during a shelter crisis, pursuant to California Government Code, Section 8698.4; amending the Business and Tax Regulations Code to provide for an expedited permit appeals process for homeless shelters during a shelter crisis; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and directing the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to forward this Ordinance to the California Building Standards Commission and the California Department of Housing and Community Development upon final passage. Question: Shall this Ordinance be PASSED ON FIRST READING?
- 190047 [Administrative, Planning Codes – Streamlined Contracting for Homeless Services and Siting for Homeless Shelters] Sponsors: Mayor; Brown, Walton, Haney, Mandelman and Stefani
Ordinance amending the Administrative Code and Planning Code to streamline contracting for homeless shelters, and siting of homeless shelters by, among other things, authorizing the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) to enter into and amend contracts without requiring competitive bidding for professional and other services relating to sites and programs for people experiencing homelessness (Projects Addressing Homelessness); authorizing Public Works to enter into and amend contracts without adhering to the Environment Code or to provisions relating to competitive bidding, equal benefits, local business enterprise utilization, and other requirements, for construction work and professional and other services relating to Projects Addressing Homelessness; permitting Homeless Shelters in PDR (Production Distribution Repair) and SALI (Service/Arts/Light Industrial) Districts; authorizing HSH to operate Navigation Centers for more than two years; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1. Question: Shall this Ordinance be PASSED ON FIRST READING?
- 190143 [Administrative Code – Harvey Milk Terminal Signage at San Francisco International Airport] Sponsors: Ronen; Mandelman and Mar
Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to set the minimum size of lettering for exterior and interior signage for the Harvey Milk Terminal, Terminal 1 of the San Francisco International Airport. Question: Shall this Ordinance be PASSED ON FIRST READING?
- 190223 [Supporting an Irish Famine Memorial] Sponsors: Mar; Haney, Peskin, Yee, Safai, Mandelman, Ronen and Fewer
Resolution supporting a permanent memorial in San Francisco for the victims and survivors of the Irish Famine, also known as the Great Hunger. 02/26/2019; REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING. 03/05/2019; AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLE. 03/05/2019; CONTINUED AS AMENDED. Question: Shall this Resolution be ADOPTED?
- 190295 [Supporting United States House Resolution No. 1384 (Jayapal) – The Medicare For All Act] Sponsors: Fewer; Mar, Safai, Brown, Mandelman, Yee, Peskin, Walton, Haney, Ronen and Stefani
Resolution supporting United States House Resolution No. 1384, authored by United States Representative Pramila Jayapal, The Medicare For All Act, and reaffirming the Board of Supervisors’ support for a single-payer universal health care system. 03/12/2019; REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING. Question: Shall this Resolution be ADOPTED?