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for san francisco and our families. >> thank you. i think we're ready for a roll call vote. >> mr. haney. >> yes. >> maufas. >> yes. sfwh mendoz-mcdonnell. >> yes. >> murase. >> i. wynns. fewer. >> i. >> six is. >> item f. i'd like to -- [applause]. >> that's right board, be proud of yourself. that was a good thing. all right, so standing committees, i'd like to announce the new standing committees that the term will be from july 1, 2014, to june 30, 2015 on the budget and business services committee, the chair is rachel norton with mendoz-mcdonnell and joe wynns as members. building ground and services chair is mendoz-mcdonnell, fewer and haney.
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curriculum and program, maufas is the chair, with fewer and haney. rules policy and legislation, wynns is the chair, with is the chair with [inaudible] ad hoc committee on personal matters and relations is haney -- i think it's me -- fewer and murase. sorry, [inaudible]. and then on the city and school district select committee, it's me, sandra lee fewer, mendoz-mcdonnell, and wynns. okay. >> so the personnel matters in labor is main, fewer and murase. >> thank you.
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>> thank you. any other reports from board members? no. yes? yes. >> thank you. little confused. i just have a couple of things i wanted to announce. one is on this thursday we're going to be honoring 33 students, 28 of whom are from san francisco unified school district and 5 are from students that graduated and we invite everybody to come out and support. and then i also wanted to congratulate fred blackwell who is the new ceo of the san francisco foundation and a wonderful partner with san francisco unified, so fred, welcome aboard. and [inaudible] adventuring had their ceremony last week and we had many students who did work force development with them and
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are now going on to college so it was great to see out of the 80 students who graduated, about 50 of them were at the ceremony and it was really wonderful. we also -- president fewer and i represented at the summer learning day launch, which was the first day of summer, last friday, and it was wonderful to see some 500 kids come out to play in civic center and to also think about the amount of learning that they could lose during the summer if they don't talk advantage of all of the learning opportunities. thank you fewer for joining us and this was sponsored by supervisor breed. >> now may we please have a report from the augmented rules and policy committee of june 18, 2014. >> yes, this is very sad
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because this is my last report as chair of the rules committee. it was fun. so we had three items, one was legislative overview where we heard about the budget and our legislative priorities. the second thing we heard was the charter school memorandum, understanding the facilities use agreement so right over the agreement and the next step is that the agreements will be presented to the board of education for ratification in august of this year. the last item is we discussed the appointment process for the community advisory committee for essential education.
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the -- our committee reviewed the current appointment for office which was discussed a bit at our last board meeting. the appointment process is governed by the education code so it's outlined in the district's plan, and so that plan, which was revised in june 2007 is currently being updated. and what the next steps are around that is to coordinate with the administration and the community and the advisory committee itself to ensure the updated plan is consistent where practical with the district board policy 2020 governing our citizen advisory committee. it's an ongoing process for us with the advisory committee itself. we want to headache sure all our advisory committees are to the extent possible governed by 2012, but obviously this [inaudible] gofrned in a different way so that's a process of working with our general council, as well as
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staff and committee itself to make sure to the extent possible we're able to align those policies. >> thank you commissioner haney. and may we please have a report from the billings and ground services committee of yesterday? >> we had quite a lively discussion last night. we had a report at 1979 mission street, which is on the corner of mission and 16th street and the proposed 351 apartment units, as well as retail space in the bottom at that location and the impact it will have on marshal elementary school. we also talked about the willy brown academy and the progress being made in the building of that school. the steel has arrived and so if you go by the building you'll start seeing an actual
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structure coming into play. so that was very exciting to hear and we're still on schedule to open in 2015 and there are a lot of pieces in place around the marketing of the school, how it's going to be advertised particularly at the -- our annual fair and then we're also going to be hiring a sounding principal so that's going to be another exciting piece to that. and then we had two very interesting reports, one on the custodial services during the summer and we have quite a bit of custodial social securities that need to be implemented throughout the summer because of deep cleaning, because of summer programming, we are going to continue those discussions and better understand how we balance some of the pieces to that. there are -- it was, i think very clear to all of us that we
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need more custodians in our district and that how we utilize our custodians, we just need to be thinking about that differently. and then the other piece to that was our permitting on the summer programming so elizabeth lee was available to answer any questions on that. willy green reported on the custodians and then we had larry who came in to talk to us about the work orders and the process in which work orders come through and priorities in which they take and the few number of staff members that he has as well that are helping to maintain all of our district facilities. so we had some really great conversations on how to help him streamline his process. we were actually hoping that there would be an opportunity, superintendent, for some of david's key staff to talk to the principals at some point.
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that's something we used to do. maybe in particular some of the new principals, walking them through the process to get work orders completed, to think about how they allocate space and consolidate space for non profits. and permitting, because we think it would be really helpful to have that. thank you. >> thank you. i will now recess -- did you have something to say? i will now recess the regular meeting since the board will be going into closed session. okay, >> we'll presume the regular meeting. i now resume the regular
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meeting of the board. and this is the read out of closed session of june 24, 2014. public employment, the board by vote of six is, one accept, approved the krablth of one assistant principal and one program administrator. other informational items posted on the agenda is staff report [inaudible]. this meeting is adjourned. thank day.
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>> thank you for being here today to welcome air lingus to san francisco international airport i'm john martin the airport director i want to send a welcome to lingus to christofi mueller (clapping) joined by a number of digital tars including the mayor of san
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francisco mayor ed lee. mr. mayor (clapping) for san francisco and the city of cork the sister city has a relationship we're happy to welcome the deputy mayor laurie king stone raise your hand. and the cork chamber of commerce ceo conner healy. thank you (clapping) also present from the san francisco sister city committee the chairman during mat. thank you (clapping) and the business committee chair jim. (clapping.) and a warm welcome to the consul general of ireland phillip grant
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(clapping) and we have a large irish community in san francisco a lot of those folks joined us we want to welcome san francisco former gentleman representing dianne feinstein (clapping) we're pleased to have ireland's award winning service ireland and san francisco share special connections including strong hi, tech industry and a general with the bus community and 20u6r78 industry. on either side great connections of service where passengers fly connecting to bubonic listen and san francisco one hundred connecting flights to benefit from. we really aim to provide
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world-class set of standards for the industry it exceeds customer expectations and we're reviving one-hundred $2 million in upgrading our facilities including this bar-and-grill terminal to add amenity and additional services and building a new 4 hundred room 5 star hotel connected by your train system we're committed to have the services for the airline partners to air lingus and all the passengers using the airport we're to going to make this the easiest airport connection airport. it's now great pleasure to introduce the mayor of san
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francisco mayor ed lee (clapping) >> thank you john. congratulations to, you know, last year, we had 16.9 million investors come electro there 0 the airport that's express or implied so i want to congratulate john. more and more i'm coming out for events this is another wonderful occasions welcome the ceo from air lingus they spent 10 hours in the air on this flight the first and he hopefully, we'll endanger this in the future and because the relationship with e.r. land i want to see that san francisco and ireland are benefiting from our economy
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because of the relationship. certainly culturely and with the presence of our business community and sister city that's a strong reflection. over a year ago i had an opportunity to go on my first visit to cork a year and a another thing. we had a great time representing san francisco and being the the chairperson the master person of the parade for the stds in coverage we're talking about where we got the responsibility name of the lee river in coverage this was one of my first invests and i also met a group of kids there when i was brought to the black castle center where they teach off-street parking projects on science my technology.
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i made a mental note i had a great time watching the kids and being kathy how they draw in a 3-d way and seeing the excitement. i made a mental note if we're lucky enough i ended my trip meeting with the chamber of commerce and conner reflected open that we were he will hopefully a decision to regig this direct flight and i really want to be gracious and grateful to the a airline for making this appropriate decision i want to welcome not only the crew and ceo but on this integral flight thanks to the generosities of those we sponsored 5 of the kids
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for could do joe's to be in the trip they're here today, i give them some cookies with my face on them (laughter) i figured john self-we gave cookies out to the arriving passengers from the international flights we'll jump over the sky tracks someday; right? we were just laughing and celebrating we were named the third most important airport in the world they consider our airport to be friendly if we did nor cookies co- do joe's. they're to spend 5 days here we have a lot of technologies copy companies in the be sure but we look at bubonic listen and
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they're considered the nation capital of the world and from bubonic listen not only from europe but from east africa and here in san francisco we consider ourselves the nation capital we have a lot of technology companies her and the kids will be visit game developments and companies their bebe at the academy of science and the "x" platform. i hope you enjoy users here but again congratulate air lingus again for this inaudible flight and know we'll be supporting our convoys e criticize efforts on
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this action let me thank you for the opportunity to present mr. mueller with your plaque and please, mr. mueller please come on up as we palatium this day to be air lingus in san francisco (clapping) >> thank you, mr. mayor. a representative from the state assembly bill couldn't be here but a member of the staff is here to air lingus. i want to ask assembly member to
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step forward and ask christofi mueller to step forward again as well >> thank you, everyone and good afternoon. i'm norway restrict i'm here on behalf of the assembly member 39 i phil i'm here to present this plaque to air lingus. we want to thank air lingus and mr. moourt for visiting us today and on behalf of the assemblyman phil congratulations on this occasion (clapping.) san francisco o has a strong
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partnership r with attracting international service. i want to ask you to join in in welcoming sandra (clapping.) thank you, john it's my pleasure to add my thanks to air lingus we're thrilled about the tourism time between our two countries. the tour is the number one tour industry is the growth is strong it's extremely important to making sure that flight is both ways coming in san francisco and going to ireland. dublin is a gateway and we look forward to working with the central europe.
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over 50 of irish coming into san francisco come from dublin i was with may team and to promote this flight we look forward to working with i for a strong relationship pr congratulations and welcome again (clapping.) thank you, john i'd like to welcome the ceo christofi mueller >> good afternoon ladies and gentlemen, may i ask the crew please to join me on stage we have the gun is all over the place but please join me (clapping) so mayor ed lee and keep in mind
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guests thank you for the warm welcome i'm overwhelming i have not seen people to pick up their came forward to take beautiful pictures this was what difficult time for ireland but this is a contribute to what's been called in the previous speaks the technology sector in the bay area and dunn listen where month american companies have chosen to base their european headquarter and we hope to contribute to this relationship. but for you who don't know us lingus we're very, very old but still very modern at this time 78 years old and very modern we
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serve almost 90 percent of our tickets on the internet and have the most equipment we fly and recognized as being in ward regard to direction policies. it's not just technology it is going both way the island enjoyed the visitor numbers in the united states and that is attributable your landscape and very attractive hotel prices we want to continue we increased our capacity 15 percent this year hopefully 20 percent is usually unusual but you tourism inbound is important and the
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vice chairman of the island and jim is here with us to make that point again but also out bound tourism in upper california is the most attractive tourism designation in the united states and we see that today. i check the 5 o'clock we carry only 95 from the island and the rest is in paris and all over europe that's basically the next step not only to connect idling island to california and europe but the whole world. we have an irish community in san francisco we believe approximately 4 hundred and 50 thousand people and building it or not lingus makes half of its revenue we call them relatives
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and family. we have 70 million people worldwide but it's a huge market and that's basically our mission we want to complete the mission every year and this flight to san francisco contributes. we have one hundred and 50 years old we thought of something of our flying equipment it is in 3 o'clock we e 3:30 we took over the north atlantic and the designation is ireland the sf our more importantly all the the aircraft's is called for our crew after 12 hours of work
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still big miles. >> thank you very much (clapping.) i'd like to ask the crew to remain up front while we had a toast and ask the mayor to come up. a big toast to the air lingus in san francisco welcome san francisco. cheers (clapping.) this means good height and good look. thank you
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