The SFMTA Board of Directors meets Tuesday, May 15, 1 p.m., in City Hall, room 400. See agenda here
- B. ESTABLISH – STOP SIGN − Malta Drive, southbound, at Stillings Avenue.
- Z. ESTABLISH – NO PARKING ANYTIME − Highland Avenue, north side, from Mission Street to 18 feet easterly; Highland Avenue, south side, from Mission Street to 15 feet westerly; Leese Street, north side, from Mission Street to 18 feet easterly; and Leese Street, south side, from Mission Street to 20 feet easterly.
- AA. ESTABLISH – RIGHT TURN ONLY − Leese Street, westbound, at Mission Street.
The Board of Supervisors meets Tuesday, May 15, 2 p.m., in City Hall, room 250. See agenda here.
The Historic Preservation Committee will meet Wednesday, May 16, 12:30 p.m., in City Hall, room 400. See agenda here.
The Recreation and Parks Commission will meet Thursday, May 17, 10 a.m., in City Hall, room 416. See agenda here.
- Finally — Red-necked wallabies!
The Planning Commission will meet Thursday, May 17, 1 p.m., in City Hall, room 400. The agenda was not posted by the time I had to log off, but you can see the list of supporting documents here. Nothing GP, but of note:
The SFMTA Multimodal Accessibility Advisory Committee will meet Thursday, May 17, 1 p.m., at 1 S. Van Ness Ave., room 7080. See agenda here.
The SFMTA Policy and Governance Committee will meet Friday, May 18, 9 a.m., at 1 S. Van Ness Ave., 7th floor. See agenda here.
The BOS Land Use and Transportation Committee will meet Monday, May 14, 1:30 p.m., in City Hall, room 250. See agenda here.
- 3. 180399 [Hearing – Hunters Point Shipyard Clean-Up] Sponsors: Cohen; Breed, Kim, Fewer, Ronen, Tang, Yee, Peskin, Sheehy, Safai and Stefani
Hearing on the clean-up timeline and disputes between federal regulators and the United States Navy on the percentage of Parcel G to be retested and the methodology for retesting soil at Hunters Point Shipyard; and requesting the Department of Public Health, Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, California Department of Toxic Substances Control, United States Navy, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency to report. 4/17/18; RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to the Land Use and Transportation Committee. 4/24/18; REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT.
The Board of Supervisors meets Tuesday, May 15, 2 p.m., in City Hall, room 250. See agenda here.
- 3. 171284 [Building Code – Slope and Seismic Hazard Zone Protection Act] Sponsors: Peskin; Safai, Cohen and Sheehy
Ordinance amending the Building Code to revise the renamed City’s Slope and Seismic Hazard Zone Protection Act by clarifying the scope of its application to properties exceeding an average slope of 4:1 grade, updating the map references, mandating review by the Department of Building Inspection’s Structural Advisory Committee and/or a third party peer review under specified circumstances, and re-enacting and modifying a paragraph in the scope section regarding the type of proposed construction that triggers application of the Act that was omitted inadvertently in the adoption of the 2016 Code; 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 upon final passage. 04/24/2018; CONTINUED ON FIRST READING. 05/08/2018; AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLE. 05/08/2018; PASSED ON FIRST READING AS AMENDED. Question: Shall this Ordinance be FINALLY PASSED?
- 4. 180331 [Affirming the Board of Supervisors Commitment to the Environmental Protection, Public Recreation, and Youth Education in Clipper Cove] Sponsors: Kim; Peskin, Fewer and Sheehy
Resolution responding to the recent proposal to expand the private marina located in Clipper Cove at Treasure Island; and reaffirming San Francisco’s commitment to public recreation, public education, environmental protection, preservation of public open space, and social equity. 05/08/2018; CONTINUED. Question: Shall this Resolution be ADOPTED?
- 12. 171140 [Administrative Code – Process for Establishment of Cultural Districts] Sponsors: Ronen; Cohen, Kim, Fewer, Sheehy, Yee, Stefani and Safai
Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to create a process for the establishment of cultural districts in the City to acknowledge and preserve neighborhoods with unique cultural heritage, and to require the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development to report to the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor regarding existing cultural districts previously established by resolution; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act. Question: Shall this Ordinance be PASSED ON FIRST READING?
- 15. 180322 [Administrative Code – Coordinated Entry System for Homeless Persons; Priority Housing Status for Persons Discharged from Residential Behavioral Health Programs] Sponsors: Sheehy; Ronen, Safai, Stefani and Yee
Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing to implement a Coordinated Entry System governing the assessment, prioritization, and referral of homeless persons to housing programs; to give a priority to adults who have been discharged from residential behavioral health programs when making assignments to certain housing programs; and to coordinate with the Department of Public Health to ensure access to uninterrupted supportive services for those adults. Question: Shall this Ordinance be PASSED ON FIRST READING?
The BOS Government Audit and Oversight Committee will meet Wednesday, May 16, 10 a.m., in City Hall, room 250. See agenda here.
- 4. 180246 [Noe Valley Community Benefit District – Annual Report – FY2016-2017] Sponsor: Sheehy
Resolution receiving and approving an annual report for the Noe Valley Community Benefit District for FY2016-2017, submitted as required by the Property and Business Improvement District Law of 1994 (California Streets and Highways Code, Sections 36600, et seq.), Section 36650, and the District’s management agreement with the City, Section 3.4. 3/13/18; RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to the Government Audit and Oversight Committee. 3/20/18; 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.”
- 180454 [General Obligation Bond Election – Seawall and Other Critical Infrastructure – $425,000,000] Sponsors: Mayor; Breed, Cohen, Kim, Peskin and Sheehy
Ordinance calling and providing for a special election to be held in the City and County of San Francisco on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, for the purpose of submitting to San Francisco voters a proposition to incur the following bonded debt of the City and County: $425,000,000 to finance the construction, reconstruction, acquisition, improvement, demolition, seismic strengthening and repair of the Embarcadero Seawall and other critical infrastructure, and related costs necessary or convenient for the foregoing purposes; authorizing landlords to pass-through 50% of the resulting property tax increase to residential tenants in accordance with Administrative Code, Chapter 37; finding that the estimated cost of such proposed project is and will be too great to be paid out of the ordinary annual income and revenue of the City and County and will require expenditures greater than the amount allowed therefor by the annual tax levy; reciting the estimated cost of such proposed project; fixing the date of election and the manner of holding such election and the procedure for voting for or against the proposition; fixing the maximum rate of interest on such bonds and providing for the levy and collection of taxes to pay both principal and interest; prescribing notice to be given of such election; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act, and finding that the proposed bond is in conformity with the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1(b), and with the General Plan; consolidating the special election with the general election; establishing the election precincts, voting places, and officers for the election; waiving the word limitation on ballot propositions imposed by Municipal Elections Code, Section 510; complying with the restrictions on the use of bond proceeds specified in California Government Code, Section 53410; incorporating the provisions regarding the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee in Administrative Code, Sections 5.30-5.36; and waiving the time requirements specified in Administrative Code, Section 2.34. (Economic Impact; No Economic Analysis Report) 5/1/18; ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to the Government Audit and Oversight Committee.
The BOS Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee will meet Wednesday, May 16, 1:30 p.m., in City Hall, room 263. See agenda here.
- 2. 180321 [Police Code – Required Agreements Between Cannabis Businesses and Labor Organizations] Sponsors: Sheehy; Fewer, Ronen and Yee
Ordinance amending the Police Code to require applicants for Cannabis Business Permits to enter into either a Labor Peace Agreement or a collective bargaining agreement with a Bona Fide Labor Organization. 4/3/18; ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to the Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee. 4/9/18; REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT. 4/24/18; REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT. 5/9/18; AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLE. 5/9/18; CONTINUED AS AMENDED
- 4. 180436 [Hearing – Impact on the Health and Welfare of Tenants Residing in Large and Speculative Rental Units] Sponsor: Sheehy
Hearing on tenants’ well-being and safety residing in units managed, or owned, by speculative landlords and/or property management agencies; and requesting the Residential Rent Stabilization Board, Department of Building Inspection, and the Planning Department to report. 4/24/18; RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to the Land Use and Transportation Committee. 5/2/18; REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT. 5/10/18; TRANSFERRED to the Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee