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college applications and constantly bugging my teachers for help paid off in the end. i'm proud to mention i was accepted to the california college of the arts and cal poly. i'll be walking across the stage this saturday for my hard work my next step is to start off the beginning of a new chapter in my life i want to end by saying you've got to keep our head up if i can make a come back anyone in this room can 0 do this no matter the situation you've got to keep our head up. thank you, mayor and barbara thank you for the opportunity and audience for your undifferent attention i now understand the power of education
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(clapping) >> our next speaker a angela martinez she lives in class e as a graduate she'll be attending where is angela she'll be tending ucla yeah. (clapping). >> good morning, everyone. thank you, everybody for being here and celebrating the class of 2014 our success. to begin i'm originally in los angeles i was born over there when i was about 2 my mother and i moved to the bay area and would go in the s r o in the hotels in the tenderloin we
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3w0u7bd around and then a couple of years leader we get evicted from our home due to financial strunlz. thankfully the san francisco housing authority gave us a place and our first apartment and home in katrero hill. having a stable home meant one last thing to worry about. i loved walking to school i want went to staggering it was close i walked to school a and had friends in my community and enjoyed living there. i was in school like every other student elementary the only difference was at home, i held many responsibilities.
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i helped my mom what with cooking and cleaning and getting any siblings ready for school and picking up them up sometimes. once i hit high school i saw the world different i went to school for associate justice it meant they taught me concepts like opposition and librarytion those are things other schools that won't have taught me i started questioning religion to the way that people served food at the parts women are unusual first in high school i looked at college it wasn't a topic to discuss when you younger because we never really it was just nothing we really talked about we just want went to school i don't know
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what the a through g you requirement i did not know why they were important. throughout any high school experience there were many people dropping out my switching schools and people dying because the violation in the neighborhood. although those things are going on around me i didn't give up i didn't have much academic support because that my mom didn't know how to help me. but thankful will i i learned how to reach out i took every opportunity given to me and now 12 years later -
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>> (clapping) >> i'd be able to overcome obstacles and challenges and become a role model for my 3 siblings i'm also one less statistic and in the fall i mean, i'll be tending ucla (clapping.) thank you. >> wow. well, that was really what it is all about but you're the star. because you did that. you did it thank you very much thank you very much. we have i believe the presentation of the certificates
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by superintendant guadalupe gerrero >> just him (clapping) okay. >> good morning, everyone as depth superintendant i'm filed with pride anytime we get to recognize our students and today, we get to recognize and celebrate our graduates congratulations on meeting this millstone on behalf of our superintendant our befgs and sandy draw fewer and commissioner mendosa mcdonald will help me to hand out certificates you've shown not only hard work and dedication i've heard a couple of examples
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but shown incredible persistence and many counterparts are calling grit you've living and relied on it you'll needing need to continue to rely on it as. >> pursue our next steps i too want to thank families and friends who have supported you yourself our students are going to rely open you, you're not stopping here marcus is correct your future is bright do not give up that sense of hope and obama open tim frye we have as prirsz for you so we're so absolutely proud to recognize you here today (clapping) i'd like to start by calling up
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angela martinez (clapping) marcus (clapping) marcus i wanted to get the last name correct. esmeralda rodriguez (clapping) delay roses
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(clapping) next please come up
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(clapping) june may chin (clapping) and our last graduate james please come up (clapping.) congratulations
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>> all right. congratulations to our graduates. (clapping.) see everybody is happy everyone's happy the parents and the chief he didn't have to worry about you everyone is happy i tell young people when you are willing to do right people are willing to help you and your oversewed this right here we have a representative i believe from dianne feinstein's office to present a letter to
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you (clapping). >> hello. thank you for inviting us the senator expresses her sympathy for not coming. dear graduates it's with great privilege i i did not think mayor ed lee as well as our families and friends today it honors our academic achievements and community members the opportunity to celebrate those accomplishments you've distinguished you yourself with the goals achieved. at the united states senator representing the people of california congratulations for best wishes and success in the years to medical cannabis. congratulations again and thank you for having us i have this
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for ms. smith. congratulations thank you (clapping) >> scott is scott adams here from coming cast you didn't come for me my bill is paid. >> thank you so much. wow. what on amazing event i was going to read some prepared remarks but i've been inspired and moved by your stories and accomplishments and really on behavior of coming cast we congratulate you, you you know the previous speakers talked about in you've stepped over a major hurdle in life and need to take time to reflect how important that is you've had our struggler and use what you've
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learned here the blue print for the future phases and remember what it feels like to accomplish and to challenge those. you know, our company the mayor said it takes a village and our companies has been incredibly honored to be part of this village and the community of san francisco and just as many of the speakers said we have to do our part we'll continue to do that on behalf of you and your families and the residents of this city to invest in community groups around education and diversity and economic development so there coming cast or cable in the classroom partners implementing our interject essential the most expensive and home affordable computer and training. the technology and skills training is so important and no where in san francisco i know
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here the center the technical world it's that important so again on behalf of coming cast congratulations and thank our family we're honored to be in your presence and rooting for you and looking forward to you being out in the workforce congratulations (clapping.) okay. we've just about reached the conclusion we have when it is over we have a resource fair back there and maybe more importantly we have refreshments over there. but she's not going to like me doing that don't say nothing to put those things on there's a lot of people behind the scenes that are is engine christen and
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the mayor's office of neighborhood services christen she probably wants to acknowledge all the other people see i told you. thank you, dr. marshall and congratulations to the graduates yes wanted to say thank you to the extraordinarily partners all the city dwp's departments and community associations or organizations and dpw and h s a europe and oewd office of economic workforce development the former department i came from david and randy thank you, thank you. it's just been oh, dpw and depth of environment it's been a great experience to put on this event this is any second year to
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cooperate that thank you for the community support to show the graduates how much we care about their success again, thank you enjoy all the retirement thank you supervisor cowen and supervisor chiu and a dr. marshall huge shout out to both of you for the great work and hydra mendez and thank you, thank you everyone for all the great support. have a great event (clapping) >> okay. it's over you can run and jump in line. thank
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[gavel] >> good afternoon, welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors meeting of tuesday, june the 17th, 2014. madam clerk, could you please call the roll? >> supervisor avalos? avalos present. supervisor breed? breed present. supervisor campos? campos present. president chiu? >> present.
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>> chiu present. supervisor cohen? cohen not present. supervisor farrell? farrell present. supervisor kim. kim not present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang? tang present. supervisor wiener? wiener present. supervisor yee. yee present. mr. president, you have a quorum. >> ladies and gentlemen, could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance? i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands; one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> colleagues, we have our may 13, 2014 board meeting minutes. could i have a motion to approve those minutes? motion by supervisor campos, seconded by supervisor mar. without objection, those meeting minutes are approved. [gavel] >> madam clerk are there any communications are >> there are no communications today, mr. president. >> if you could read our
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consent agenda. >> items 1 through 4 comprise the consent calendar. these items are considered routine. if a member objects an item will be removed and considered separately. >> colleagues, would anyone like to sever any of these item? if not, roll call vote on the consent agenda. >> supervisor campos? campos aye. supervisor chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim absent. supervisor mar? mar aye. supervisor tang? tang aye. supervisor wiener? wiener aye. supervisor yee? yee aye. supervisor avalos? avalos aye. supervisor breed. breed aye. there are 10 ayes. >> those ordinances are identifiablely pass and had motions approved. [gavel] >> item 5. >> item 5 is an ordinance amending the campaign and governmental conduct code to expand the definition of a lobbyist; expand the definition of an officer of the city and county; expand the list of reportable lobbying contacts; hold employers and clients of lobbyists jointly and severally liable for violations of this ordinance committed by the lobbyist on behalf of that employer or client; enhance
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lobbyist training, auditing, and record-keeping requirements; require public reports about city officials who fail to file statements of economic interest; require a public guide to local campaign finance laws; require permit consultants to register with the ethics commission and file quarterly disclosure reports; and require major developers to disclose donations to nonprofits active in the city. ~ requirements. >> colleagues, can we take this same house same call? without objection this ordinance is finally passed. [gavel] >> item 6. >> item 6 is referred without recommendation from the land use and economic development committee. it is a resolution granting revocable permission to kieran j. woods to occupy a portion of the public right-of-way to construct and maintain various improvements, including a driveway, associated retaining wall, a vehicular carrousel to provide access to a proposed new single family dwelling at 1410 stanyan street (assessor's block no. 2706, lot no. 035), landscaping, stairs leading to a publicitying area, and other related improvements within an existing unimproved portion of stanyan street between clarendon and mountain spring avenues; conditioning the permit; 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. ~ 1410 stanyan street. >> supervisor yee. >> thank you, president chiu. colleagues, i have reviewed the documents in relationships to this issue and have met with both the neighbors and the project sponsor to get both viewpoints. this issue has been going on for many, many years, way before i stepped onto the board of supervisors. and after considering all the information, i intend to not
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support this measure encroachment. >> thank you. colleagues, any additional discussion? a roll call vote on this item. >> on item 6, supervisor campos? campos no. supervisor chiu? chiu no. supervisor cohen? cohen no. supervisor farrell? farrell no. supervisor kim? kim no. supervisor mar? mar no. supervisor tang? tang no. supervisor wiener? wiener no. supervisor yee? yee no. supervisor avalos? avalos no. supervisor breed? breed no. there are 11 no's. >> this resolution is adopted. [gavel] >> item 7. i'm sorry, this item is not adopted. [gavel] [laughter] >> apologies. item 7. >> item 7 is an approve consent calendar and changes to the board of supervisors' agenda ~ to permit a waiver of unused
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portionses of expenditures and to clarify that the health care -- that the health access program has two component programs, a healthy san francisco and a medical reimbursement account. ~ >> supervisor campos. >> thank you, mr. president. colleagues, i don't want to belabor the points that have been made. certainly they were made at the last meeting. this is definitely a very long time coming. and, again, i want to thank all of my colleagues who have co-sponsored this legislation and i also want to thank supervisors mark farrell and london breed for the work that has gone into reaching a compromise that closes the loophole after all these years and address he some of the concerns of the small business community. thank you to the very broad coalition that has made this fight ultimately a successful one, and to my staff, hillary
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ronan and everyone who had made this getting to this point possible. i look forward to your support. >> colleagues, roll call vote. >> on item 7, supervisor campos? campos aye. supervisor chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim. kim aye. supervisor mar. mar aye. supervisor tang. tang aye. supervisor wiener. wiener aye. supervisor yee. yee aye. supervisor avalos. avalos aye. supervisor breed. breed aye. there are 11 ayes. >> this ordinance is finally passed. [gavel] >> supervisor kim? >> thank you. i'd just like to make a motion to rescind items 1 through 5. >> colleague, supervisor kim has made a motion to rescind those first five items, seconded by supervisor campos. can we rescind without objection? without objection that should be the case. [gavel] >> and on the consent agenda, madam clerk, roll call.
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>> on the consent agenda, supervisor campos? campos aye. supervisor chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor mar. mar aye. supervisor tang? tang aye. supervisor wiener? wiener aye. supervisor yee? yee aye. supervisor avalos? avalos aye. supervisor breed? breed aye. there are 11 ayes. >> those ordinances are finally passed and motions approved. and then on item 5 which we've already called, colleagues, can we do that same house same call? without objection, item 5, the ordinance is finally passed. [gavel] >> and with that why don't we jump to item 8. >> item 8 is an ordinance to authorize the settlement of the lawsuit filed by contest promotionses against the city for $375,000 filed on september 22nd, 2009, in the southern
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district of california. >> supervisor wiener. >> mr. president, i move to move this item to our july 15 meeting. >> colleagues, supervisor wiener has made a motion to continue this item. [speaker not understood] objection this item will be continued to july 15. [gavel] >> item 9. >> item 9 is an ordinance appropriating $363,7 58,000 of proceeds [speaker not understood] control reserves subject to the commission and the board of supervisors' approval following the completion of the project-related analysis. >> colleagues, can we take this item same house same call? without objection, this ordinance is passed on the first reading. [gavel] >> colleagues, unless anyone has an objection, madam clerk why don't you call items 10 through 14 which are all puc related items. >> item 10is an ordinance to amend previously adopted
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ordinances 110-12, 123-12, and 200-12, de appropriating and re-appropriating certain capital for certain projects and further re-appropriating proceeds and revenues to the hetch hetchy capital improvement program in varying amounts for fiscal years 14-15 through 15-16 for the public utilities commission and placing $173.75 million on controller's reserve by project subject to the sfpuc and the board of supervisors' approval following completion of the project related analysis and placing 3 million of the 2015-2016 solar sf budget on finance committee reserve. item 11 an ordinance to appropriate proceeds from revenue bonds, wastewater [speaker not understood] approximately 55 1 million for the wastewater capital improvements and amending ordinance number 108-12 for fiscal years 2014 through 2015. item 12 is an ordinance to approve the issuance and sale
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of power revenue bonds by the public utilities commission in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed approximately 112 million to finance the costs of various capital projects benefiting the puc's power enterprise, declaring the official intent of the commission to reimburse itself with one or more issuance of tax exempt bonds and ratifying all previous actions taken in connection with this ordinance. item 13 is an ordinance to approve the issuance and sale of wastewater revenue bonds by the public utilities commission in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed approximately 8 19 million to finance the cost of various projects benefiting the wastewater enterprise, declaring the commission's intent to reimburse itself with one or more issues of tax exempt bonds and ratifying previous actions taken in connection therewith. item 14 is issuance and sale of water revenue bonds by the public utilities commission in an aggregate principal amount ton exceed approximately 209
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million to finance the costs of various capital projects benefiting the water enterprise, declaring the commission's intent to reimburse itself with one or more issuance of tax exempt bonds and ratifying previous actions taken in connection therewith. >> supervisor avalos. >> thank you, president chiu. colleagues, these items are related to capital projects and the puc power, water and wastewater enterprises. many of them have significant capital, capital needs, especially the water enterprise. these item are also attached to our cleanpowersf or our community choice aggregation program. we did have a little kerfuffle in the budget committee. we're trying to make sure that we could continue to move forward with cco program and maintain a plus in this program. over the past year we've seen
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that the puc has held off on approving not to exceed rates that were part of our cleanpowersf community choice aggregation program and we used the time in the budget process to negotiate a pulse in the program to make sure we could have some of that continue and bring before the puc at any other time. ~ at another time. i know it's a lot of work to do to get a mix the puc could support and the political challenges facing us in getting approval there, but i think it's important that we keep this program before us and provide san franciscans -- that could provide san franciscans with a choice for renewable energy in their homes. that's what this program, the cleanpowersf program could ultimately provide. but that's a small part of what is before us today. the puc is one of our largest departments and its mission