- Board elections, which may result in a shake-up for the body that overseas SFMTA, according to this Examiner article.
- (10.3) Amending Transportation Code…..(4) revise the procedure for a Final SFMTA Decision that is subject to San Francisco Board of Supervisors review. Staff slide presentation
[Ed note: this is the compliance with recently passed BOS legislation making it easier to protest MTA decisions.]
The Ingleside Police Station Community Meeting will happen Tuesday, January 15, 7 p.m., at Ingleside Station, 1 Sgt. John V. Young Lane (near Balboa Park) in the Ingleside Station Community Room.
- The agenda includes a semi-annual report of the Legacy Business Registry. Do questions like “what does that torch in its logo mean” or “what services does the city provide legacy businesses” keep you up at night? Find answers in the report.
- 10. Economic Trends and the Housing Pipeline.
This Informational Presentation will focus on economic trends and the pipeline of housing projects. The sustained economic growth in San Francisco for more than eight years is raising questions on the length and shape of the current economic cycle. Staff will address these questions by reviewing housing and job indicators as well as details on the recent pipeline of housing projects.
Staff summary here.
The SFMTA Multimodal Accessibility Advisory Committee will meet Thursday, January 17, 1 p.m., at 1 S. Van Ness Ave., #7080. Agenda
(Nothing this week)