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$72,722. >> thank you. we have the lady bank. >> kaikt i didn't wagner with the airport. it seeks modification of a lease doing business as a burger king franchise. the original lease was proofed in october and had a 10 year term with a 2 year extension. subsequentially the airport did a renovation requiring the burger king to close temporarily. it would approve a bigger space for the burger king franchise in the bordering area.
those renovation will be sustained and it would allow the tenant to be reimbursed the tenant would pay a minimal guarantee of $40,000. the airport concession annual sales is projected and this is based on burger kings previous sales and it - they estimate based on that the tenant would pay the airport on the percentage rent of about $174,000 a year. the agency recommended an approval we need to amend the
$40,000 amount fiduciaries >> colleagues, any questions. >> i i know it's a straightforward contract issue here or lease here but could we get a list of the different types of food options at the aren't from healthy options to how much fast food is there. you said that burger king and i've enjoyed my share of worships over the years but it would be helpful to understand how many local businesses are there >> i'd be happy to get you that list. i should mention the airport has a sequential food component of you'll our leases that will be included in the lease. so while we tried try to have
local companies and we typically don't have a lot of fast food at the airport address passengers at san francisco look for those areas so we have the sustainable food component will be part of this burger king list and i'll get you a list >> that would be helpful. i know that burger king along with other fast food chains are inching towards the option so thank you >> okay. thank you very much mr. rose can you go to our report. >> yes. mr. chairman on page 22 as ms. wagner as indicated the airport estimates that the new burger king franchise would
generate oh, about $1,000,077,000,000 plus in the first year of the operation and that's based on previous burger king performance. so based on that estimate we estimate that the gate 74 would pay the airport a total percentage of rent of 1 hundred 74 thousand for the first year and exceeds the estimated total of 2 hundred and 84 plus. we ask i correct the amount and recommend the resolution as amended >> thank you, mr. rose and all right. we'll move to public comment is there anyone from the
public that would like to speak? >> >> we have some suggested amendments and a we'll take those await objection we can take the other item without objection. >> item 5 submitting the park code to set temporary green fees for the golf course through no other reason 2015 to accommodate the renovation of the greens. >> good afternoon, supervisors katie with rec and park i'm here to ask you for an ordinance to temporarily reduce the fees for the park and rec. we're going to renovate all the cutting greens at harrod. the greens are 10 years old and
have been infested by pests. those pests increase the funnel infection of the greens and the infestation the department is going to replace the greens. the greens will take approximately four months and the department will provide temporary greens and those are not an ideal putting source they'll be rougher so they decrease the play ability of the course. to encourage the golfers to play hardably we prop discount fees during this period per with the reduced fees we expect this will
reduce the play by approximately 40 percent at the golf course. if we didn't decrease the rates it would drop by 85 percent. it continues to drive about two thirds of our normal rounds. by reducing the rates we actually expect to generate more revenue. under the ordinance the hardings regular rates will be back on may 31st or when the gm certifies the renovation is complete. i want to say the approved budgeted for the current fiscal years does assume the reduced revenue as a result of the renovation, however, the revenue
will bounce back in the 2014, 15 budget >> colleagues, any questions. supervisor mar, i appreciate the data and i see that glen eagle in the past renovated 9 holes and a used temporary greens the rounds dropped 60 percent and why do i estimate 25 percent the round lost >> we're renovating 19 graz as opposed to 9. >> and the hemming towed infestation is that going on in the city. >> you know supervisor i can't answer that. does anyone know >> i'm guessing each of the
individual courses the rec and park department are looking how to deal with infestation. >> it's our premier department it receives for attention than our other courses in the way that harding is not. >> the hemming towed infestation has not been identified at other courses. >> i appreciate the suggestions and this is really helpful in showing that the reducing of the fees is actually to increase the revenue for the bumpy four months. there's been a 9 hole i'm guessing that the 18th holeers
are not going to move over to fleming >> thank you >> colleagues, any further questions okay. mr. rose our report please. thank you. mr. chairman and members of the committee on page 278 at the bottom of that page we report that the temporary instruction in greens fees will result in the reduction of 5 hundred and 95 thousand dollars in 2014 and overall as shown in page 28 the rp d loss of fiscal year 2013 and fourteen is over a million dollars. yes, it's correct the department
has stated this has been contemplated, however, you must consider whether or not you want to reduce the fees on a temporary basis because this subsidies the annual operating costs and the proposed greens fees is estimate to sunlight u result in an annual loss of over $1 million in 2013 and fourteen so we consider that to be a policy matter for the board of supervisors >> seeing none, we'll move to public comment seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues, can i have a motion to move it for the record we'll
take that would you indicate, sir, >> mr. clerk any other business before us. >> that completes the business for today. >> thank you, everyone. we're >> all right. guys i'm going to go ahead and get started. welcome to the opening celebration of newest location at the gary and sonic (clapping) >> i'm mesht i'm the senior group director of target stores in the bay area. i'm happy to be here.
at take the we take pride in knowing our guests and our store leader is a perfect example she's a analyst san franciscan laej please join me in a welcome of '86 many >> thank you meredith. good evening, everyone. i'm so excited to be here today and would like to kickoff the celebration for thanking each of you. i want to recognize mayor ed lee and supervisor ed farrell and supervisor mar of district one and also our executive vp eric mcdowned and we have our beloved
mascot thank you so much for being here. (barking) today is a very excited day for target in san francisco. i grew up in san francisco and everyone since i was a little girl but i didn't know i would be running one one day. as some of you know city target a relatively new development to commencement the consequence and friendly shopping experience to this neighborhood. this city take the will offer local manufactures to meet the needs off our guests. we are very excited to provide a place for people to work for
those who live nearby and ride muni. we intend to continue our reputation of being a good neighbor in the local community. navigate in 2012 target attributed over 1 and a half million dollars to organizations in the san francisco community (clapping) thank you just last friday, a one hundred and 50 target team members from all over the bay air come out to volunteer their time in the excelsior district to make over their library. target attributed a total of $200,000 completing redesigning the new space and provided 2 thousand books to the staff and students and provided new first one and including many ipads every sibling got to take home a
backpack. targeted is a huge supporter of arts and cultural institutions we invite bay areas he phone numbers phoning to come to neighbor day. we support the local charters and target has contributions. so target is very, very buildings strongly in being able to provide and give back at that time, community we call home. in speaking of community i want to invite mayor ed lee he's been a huge supporter and it's my pleasure to introduce ed lee
(clapping) >> well, thank you 46 i didn't and a congratulations for being a home ground girl by being able to manage a store in our great city. congratulations to the whole team. i'm going to ask the supervisors we have london and eric mary and scott wiener my district looking for the target store. there it is. i wanted them beside me so we can be distinguished from the dog. i'm happy to be here. not only has target been such a great partner and i know we were together about a year ago to date where we opened the downtown store to the great delight of a lot of people.
we had a great formula target had already worked with the mission call and the west side group and the work and development and produced a clear number of jobs and hired san francisco residents and today they've done it yet again. it's been demonstrated, you know, tiffany went through the legacies with the fluoroscopic goals the library and the constant attention to our youth which target target is finding comfortable to be doing and they're there fouror summer jobs. this store will have over 4 hundred jobs maybe up to 4 hundred and 50 and 80 percent of their hires to date are san francisco residents and that's a
whiff accomplishment. i know our supervisors enjoy hearing our residents getting hired at the stores because that's really what is effecting our positive economic recovery so to death figures in big time from this larger economic system we have and i'm glad to see year after year with the backpack give away. the delivery of the ipads and your mailers. you don't have to be a tech company this is the philanthropy and the spirit of innovate by being a great store and partnering up with the rest of
the city. this has been an under utilized space and a match the visibilitycy along the corridor and with the employment we're seeing with the local resident is incredible. i have to say to the store management i picked a local girl because she's demonstrated her ability to recognize community and i like to see our residents top the leadership roles. by the way, i understand that she does a chinese new years eve with her dad so we'll be able to do martial arts (laughter) >> i'm so glad to be here with the celebration of the second-story of target opening up but with the hiring that's sensitive to what we all inside
to see. it's my pleasure to give a proclamation i know the board will join me to saying in the the west target day in san francisco (clapping) >> (barking). >> go bullseye. >> thank you very much. >> thank you so much. thank you so much mayor it's such a pleasure to have you here tonight we want to thank you for your vision and leadership. next (clapping)
next i'd like to introduce the executive vp of the area eric mcdonald has helped his knowledge and understanding of the bay area has helped strengthen our relationship in the community. ladies and gentlemen, eric mcdonald >> good evening, everyone i say welcome because you're in my neighborhood. so native san franciscan it's the neighborhood i grew up in but also, because in this building in this space is where i spend my afternoons my mother worked in the receiving department and i had to come after school.
so i want to say that's tlooiflg u thrilling to be here. more importantly it's important to see target growing in this city. the community is intrinsic to the value of the organization and it shows up from to that to bottom. we love the team members who show up in community giving of their time and talents in our schools. at hill street it was chavez before that. in and through unit campaigns they've give. we've celebrated 90 years and target was a major part of this partnership vested $100,000 in our beacons initiative so on
behalf of unit way our community at large we're thrived target is here and we look forward to them growing as they invest more and more of themselves so thank you very much (clapping) >> thank you so much eric we're getting an awesome crowd. i want to introduce supervisor farrell. so supervisor farrell i'd like to invite you up (clapping) >> thanks so much it's hard to believe we're here today. we've been working on this project i want to thank all who made this happen it takes from the teams. i want to thank targeted not
only for all the giving but coming into this location and also another person who is heading up the project. they've been hiring a lot of local people especially from the western edition so it took a village and i want to thank everyone involved. my mother didn't work here but i came when it was a sears and recognize. this is about creating jobs as mayor lee mentioned it's also about rehe storing a shopping center people didn't want to come. thooim i'm thrived to be here. i'm going to remember most is my son jack and i were the first customers hearing here at target
(clapping) and that was the first item officially purchased in target tonight (clapping) >> thank you so much supervisor and thank you for helping us find an amazing home here per we love the shopping center and thank you for the sale we appreciate it. now guys before i invite you all out to shop i want to invite tiffany and her team back up here so we can cut the ribbon and ingratiate our store.
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