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corporation and responsible for giving tens of thoughts of million dollars in tax breaks to twitter who is going to go to sacramento synonym that keeps giving them tax break aftertax break or saying someone who has to play by the rules like everyone else. >> (clapping) >> please not make personal attacks final question our top priority for the first year. >> well, i think the issue of affordability and housing it is has to be the 25u7 priority for anyone that repeals san francisco the first thing i will introduce the ellis act measure reform measure that was supported by all the members of the board of supervisors senator
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mark leno and mayor ed lee to amend the ellis act great someone spectaculars drawings urgent care abusing the ellis act hold the property for 5 years but the second thing i want to prior itself housing for middle-income and low income people the reality is that the middle-class is being pushed out the san francisco because of the policies that have been lead in city hall including policies that president chiu has supported the reason why the other campaign has nor more is because if i go to sacramento i'll stand up for your middle-class (clapping.) do both david and i agree that affordable housing is the top priority for us moderating but the fact of the matter i've been
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working on this for 6 years he's been talking about it he voted against 21 thousand units of new housing in the city including public housing and low income affordable housing when i go to sacramento i support the reforming of the ellis act but we need to bring back to san francisco the hundreds of million dollars of year making the decision to cutting that funding it will take a lot of work but the consensus i've been building year after year as we've been rebuilding public housing and for the diversity which san francisco housing xhoups has been voting against this is my priority i'll continue to fight and continue to deliver on any record (clapping). >> all right. we come to the candidates closing statements if
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you're not registered to vote the deadline is october 20th if you move forward recommend at our new addresses we'll do the closing statements in the reverse order president chiu. >> first of all, sheryl i want to thank you for moderate and all of you for caring about the future of our city and state today san francisco we're stronger we were 6 years ago we have doubt digit unemployment and worked to build the scopes to build the jobs we started 6 years ago with massive budget deficits i worked to balance the budget to make sure today, we have the health it budget for a
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safety net for the vulnerable 6 years ago we were not building housing now we have a pipeline of housing unfortunately david fought us on a job creation agenda he and hi allies fought but us he voted against our housing project he's been trying to move people background they've been trying to gifted our city they refer to san franciscans as monomial their supporters are throwing rocks at buses and trying to get people off the shuttles we need someone to move us forward this is why at the end of the day i'm i'm
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encoder by 4 dozens folks the lieutenant governor gavin newsom and our u.s. senator dianne feinstein this is why i've encoder by school that compresses e employees and janitors and firefighters this is why the single-family dwelling and the lgbt news and the african-american and the chinese newspaper has encoder me let's continue to move this city forward vote for me. >> thank you, president chiu. >> supervisor campos we have at the crossroads the policies that president chiu have brought us to the point one hand we're the wealthiest in the country we have a place that rivals african and parts the world if you believe that
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earthquake is acceptable vote for president chiu if you believe that ron conway and other tech billionaires need to pass less in taxed vote for president chiu but if you believe that san francisco needs to take care of it's middle-class we need to build housing affordable by regular people not the $5 million condo out of city hall if you believe we need to protect our diversity for artists to live in san francisco then i ask you to join this movement it's not a gun it's a people's movement to take the city of san francisco back to bring san francisco to the point we remembered it's middle-class and this middle-income that built this city the reason why the corporations and billionaires a spending hundreds and hundreds
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of thousands open his campaign he know you'll stand up begins them and say play by the rules lick everyone else and make sure people are not informational i want to be your representative in sacramento i'll make sure your interests not corporate interests are represented this is a clear choice between president chiu a indemnification and the progressively democrat that people who struggle need a place in the government join our movement we vera 33 days away and people bets money every single time (clapping.) there you have it a difficult choice been 0 our two david's and thank you before you go we're going to wrap up i want to thank the legacy of women voters
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and the california san francisco and our immediate partner tv and thank you for being here i which i see to be here with us we have a meet and greet on october 23rd on the legacy of women's website thank you and remember to vote have a good evening on november 4th. >> hello, i'm nona melkonian
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with sfgovtv along with the legacy of women voters here to talk about measure f a ballot measure on tuesday november 4th measure f is an ordinance that increases the heeblth limit on the acre site from 40 to 90 feet it provides all aspects of the development other than the height limit will be for subject including the environmental review the height limit will not become until after sequa approves the plan that makes it city policies for the development of the site 9 acres of waterfront parks and recreational areas for the bay and one thousand to 2 thousand for unit most of them will be
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rentals and thirty percent below market rate for low income folks and restoration of the historic struts and nonprofit and small-scale manufacturing and retail and the prestige located in the pier 70 between one pea 20 million square feet parking and transportation improvements and a significant number of jobs and revenue for public housing facilities if i vote yes. you want to increase the height limit for new building inspections on the pier 70 from 4 to 900 feet and ugly are courage the environmental review and make that city policy to clus include the job creations
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for to site if you vote no, not to increase the height limits or adapt the city policy i'm here where kelly pressor with the fair market value measure f and a property and the intellect to the coalition of san francisco neighborhood and a proponent of the measure thank you for being here he i'm to start with opening remarks kelly would you like to go first day f first. >> thank you very much fourteenth uh-huh tuntd to be here i support it and stand for the coalitions dmrug the form mayor and the essentially and the resident and associations to support measure f and create jobs and housing pier 70 is in an area along the waterfront where people have no access to water measure f will increased
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the access to the waterfront tearing down the fences that have blocked the access and open it up for parks that's why people have coverage and i did not think the essentially and the democratic and republicans and this for park advocates by coming out to the poodles and supporting measure f. >> tanner's. >> the coalition for san francisco neighborhood which a is large organization of civic clubs they slit wide open on the issue with no exorbitant it involves and several of the dpw things it san francisco is a small peninsula we have the density population of any of the 48 county as a result people want to increase the population
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to one million people it is currently 8 hundred and 50 thousand approximately it's a matter of how much in san francisco we'll pay a price for to in terms of accident the and it's accompanying with the right population for san francisco if we go too high a lot of problems. >> kelly how will this impact the city's future development. >> first, i'd like to be clear the proposition only permanence to pier 70 no other waterfronts on san francisco pier 70 plan has come out with many, many years of community input and outreach and measure f is really an additional step in the possess the ballot measure itself is very clear that the environmental review process sequa as well as the mr. larkin process are not shorthand or
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limited are subject gaited there will be a thorough study this is an additional check in with 9 county and stakeholders to make sure that folks feel good about what's happening on the pier and good reviews see for the years to come. >> tanner's. >> the reason for measure f they want to wave the height limits the city chapter was amended where they have the height limits that are binding and have to be waved by public vote that's the problem in terms of a public waiver is needed to build higher than the buildings and one of the problems is this is earthquake country we have seismic problems and the 1906 san francisco earthquake the
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1489 earthquake in mri yet and so on as a result, the more high-rise we have the more dangerous for the public we've had a lot of problems over the years and 1906 was the worse how big do we want to build and what's the long term politicians the less high-rise the less people going to be hurt if we have a serious earthquake like 1906. >> it reduced the demand for the pricing of housing in san francisco. >> as mentioned measure f is fully client with proposition g and san francisco is in serious housing countries today part of the plan for pier 70 is thirty
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percent of the housing opted below market rate to middle-income and low income folks this is 3 times such as city lay requires but in addition to building housing measure f includes other public benefits 9 acres of parks and playground and that triples the amount of space in dog patch and there's rehabilitation and historic buildings on the register in the historic district a preservation of an artist community currently at pier 70 by building now studios the investment of $20 million for transportation improvements and 2 hundred million for infrastructure including for earthquake safest and addressing the seawall rise and and terrance. >> the more density in san
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francisco and we have the highest per family per space and more traffic problems and automobile and diseases and san francisco as some people know 19 hundred to 190 six the bubonic practically they were able to stamp it out it was based on largely the density of our population we were the largest city on the west coast at the time and basically, what we need to do it st. is keep the population being two dense for a lot of reasons especially we're earthquake country but san francisco has a donates population too much high-rise next to the santa ana dresses
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fault line and two the north american and we've been hurt but it before and could be again, the last high-rise we had the satisfactory the people. >> we have a little bit of time i'm to get our final remarks first kelly gave the opening statement so terrance. >> this is what we want to see are for the future of san francisco this was was the board was talking about this was slit wide open a lot of people are concerned about the housing density and all the problems in terms of the earthquake safety and all the issues and automobile accidents, etc. it's a matter of what we want to do for the future of san francisco if we want to pile one million
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and a half in san francisco this will hurt our mobility and ♪ the event of a major earthquake it could lead to disaster >> kelly your thoughts. >> thank you, again pier 70 was an hub of vibrant activity that is now forgotten and measure f will revitalized this unacceptable area with waterfront parks and jobs and housing the revitalization needs an investment of $20 million to comploch the transportation and includes the affordable housing 9 arsz or acres will triple the amount of parks in dog patch today and thousands of new jobs that's why measure f has united people to create a consensus it is jiepd by the sierra club and
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the democratic-republican and green party the affordable housing alliance and many, many organizations and civic leaders i'm to encourage the as follows to vote yes on measure f. >> thank you both to your comments and time we hope this has been forgive for more information go to sf election.org remember earlier vote at city hall from 8 to 5:00 p.m. or vote two we understand from election day if you don't vote early be sure to vote on election day, tuesday
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♪ we are definitely pioneers in airport concession world a world of nationally if not entirely or internationally >> everybody is cop us right now. >> the people that were in charge of the retail this is where that began. >> i didn't think we would have a location at the airport. >> we've set the bar higher with the customer commerce. >> telling me about the operator and how you go about finding them and they get from being in the city to being in the airport. >> so first, we actually find a table and once we know what we want a sit-down we go to the neighborhoods in san francisco and other people seminary of the
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retail let us know about the rain water and are excited to have the local operators in the airport. >> we have to go going through the conceive selective process and they award a lease to the restaurant. >> they are planning on extending. >> we that you could out the china and the length evens and the travel serve and fourth your minds and it's all good. >> how long for a vendor to move through the process. >> i would say it could take 80 up to a year from the time we go out to bid until they actually open a restaurant. >> i don't know what we signed up for but the airport is happy to have us here. and, you know, even taking out the track simple things there's
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a learning curve >> with once we're here they are helpful. >> it's an award-winning program. >> we're prude of your awards we have won 11 awards the latest for the best overall food address beverage program and . >> like the oscars (laughter). >> the professional world. >> tell me about the future food. >> all the sb national leases are xooirz and we're hoping to bring newer concepts out in san francisco and what your passengers want. >> well, i look forward to the future (laughter) air are we look forw
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>> 7 and a half million renovation is part of the clean and safe neighbor's park fund which was on the ballot four years ago and look at how that public investment has transformed our neighborhood. >> the playground is unique in that it serves a number of age groups, unlike many of the other properties, it serves small children with the
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children's play grounds and clubhouses that has basketball courts, it has an outdoor soccer field and so there were a lot of people that came to the table that had their wish list and we did our best to make sure that we kind of divided up spaces and made sure that we kept the old features of the playground but we were able to enhance all of those features. >> the playground and the soccer field and the tennis fields and it is such a key part of this neighborhood. >> we want kids to be here. we want families to be here and we want people to have athletic
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opportunities. >> we are given a real responsibility to insure that the public's money is used appropriately and that something really special comes of these projects. we generally have about an opportunity every 50 years to redo these spaces. and it is really, really rewarding to see children and families benefit, you know, from the change of culture, at each one of these properties >> and as a result of, what you see behind us, more kids are playing on our soccer fields than ever before. we have more girls playing sports than we have ever had before. [ applause ] fp >> and we are sending a strong message that san francisco families are welcome and we want you to stay.
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>> this park is open. ♪ >> good moerpg, everyone, the meeting will come to order and, this is october 7th, 2014, plans and programs committee of the san francisco county, transportation, authority. and our clerk is miss erika cheng, could you call the roll? >> okay.

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