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h puts austin us at a gift and to be economic inclusion our companies have to be at a level where we can actually hire people in san francisco across the board i've been talking about the christen and other media for the biggest in the world most of their >> sir unfortunately, your time - >> if you don't have a lot of money in the big media you don't get our slant in there i think you know what i'm talking about this was quite something. >> thank you dr. tompkins your afforded time on the first round this portion of public comment is intended for those who are not able to speak during that time.
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>> thank you for your courtesy and respect for any colleagues we had commissioner richards you spoke about in terms of the cooperation of city ordinances we have a some reason meeting my other colleagues had to attend on the shipyard with the mayors citizens advisory committee commission talking about the same issue that's why i stated to represent their opinion i'll start with that that immediately their concern of how thing were handed in this matter is a bait and swach when the eir was presented to the commission and the public in general we participated in about a mechanic don't guess and that as some of our staff members presented to you as i talked about also in my
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earlier presentation an addendum is handled out as to it is a missing table in this case i'm asking the commissions as you go through our recognition you clearly define what is an addendum and what is not this case for candle stick was a game changing methodology this was imposed and slide in my opinion and the communities opinion as a misrepresentation it avoided the krblg last year process and we were left out of if i believe in the participatory democracy we asked for a inclusionary please review your laws, and, secondly, in the experience we tried to present to your department and staff
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there is a disconnect between the - i spoke to the commissioners getting to know i as human beings. >> what the public is preserved you as and how we were treated by the staff when we or went there a total disrespect the developers are on one plateau and the citizens pushed to the side we asked for concrete questions can i please get some help on the projector i don't think i broke it thank you i killed it on that - on this
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sheet the questions we asked for example i wanted to sit down with larry nefarious focuses and engineers on the outer line the. >> sir unfortunately, our 3 minutes is up. >> finish our thought and leave our material with us. >> i appreciate it one it is impossible and given the good grateful there's a hill behind it no way an explosion or implosion can took place that can't happen all i'm asking is good science be utilized in this it was shameful if this was submitted to the commission.
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>> thank you very much you can leave it with us if you were at my class at uc berkley i'll flung you for putting a paper in like this thank you for indulging us. >> >> next speaker, please. >> commissioners this is actually, the item i came to speak only candle stick i'm prefer by sacrificing tech this might be under ocii but your staff works for you for you and they're under our direction so you can have an impact on this hopefully, you got my e-mail that i sent on the 18th that lays anti reasons this is demolition should not be an implosion demolition and if you didn't get that wave our hand
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i'm making sure you get it but i think you've probably gotten it and i want to make clear the main point of the conversation the implosion demolition has been studied extensive and creates dust that can't be mitigated in a study in 2005 of a demolition of a hogs hospital in canada the results that came through clearly said you can read it in the report implosion shouldn't be done in metropolitan he areas the fact we've had any in the city and county of san francisco definitely should not be one in the bayview hunters point where we have something like the highest asthma rates in children in the country it is absolutely unconsciousable this would be allowed you need to consider
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whether your staff can call for a supplemental environmental impact report the other things in the study the dust can travel 20 to thirty ca merits it contract travel and not acceptable to allow lamar to do an implosion larry in charge got fined for creating a dust problem in their previous work it didn't makes sense it implosion hires less workers so finally i'll ask you to do what you can do as a commission streld schedule this have a discussion and pass a resolution
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that directs our staff in the city and county of san francisco in metropolitan area that implosion demolitions are not acceptable and staff shouldn't be working with others agencies that promote them your staff can do what they want they get direction from you. >> (calling names). >> they had to leave i'm steve the unit public workers for action this is quite interesting this planning commission is lowering the explosion of the stadium in san francisco in the black community and latino community and apparently you have no edging the planning director maybe son-in-law t is
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responsibly it is the planning commission for san francisco this is not ferguson they didn't explode the cathedral hotel you think it had something to do with racism what they're doing in san francisco, of course, the people in hunters point are not that important to the planning commission and lamar is running san francisco that's what's going on here you don't give a dam about the people of hunters point that's why you're allowing the blowing up of candle stick that threatens the lives of people 50 percent of the children have asthma wyoming wasn't do you think it has it is not part of the planning department here in san francisco basically this is it was changed and supposed to be a mechanic
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demolition they changed to lamar you didn't ask why they're changing the plans were hey they concerned about the health aspects was the planning commission or director concerned about that hell, no because their run by the developers by lamar the people of san francisco has to know this is a raciest action this is a too well example of how san francisco is run for the rich and the developers and run for the mayor of san francisco who wants his billionaire friends to allow the poor to be kicked out i don't believe you don't have responsibility for it you do have responsibility to say no, we're not going to allow this
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we're going to have the director explain this why their exploding and blowing up the candle stick why they're helping lamar to bloip this this is the commission commissions point of view. >> i want to ask something secretary allen if we would be sitting here i'm interested in what people have to see it is ultimately the way it is said where we have a decorum and basically something that also protects us to deal with the stress and the reason we're sitting here i ask the public please respect there's a mature
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respect even if you don't like where we do it requires you to speak to us in a tone and general donor it resembles what everyone said if 1:30 to now. >> good evening rose high on a hill it calls to me son again even though the office of community developing investment and infrastructure oversees the implosion at candle stick i'm concerned buyout environmental impact report that went out for candle stick didn't have this and there's a write up after my concern i live on the totally opposite end of candle stick i'm over by the golden gate bridge p there could be other issues this can happen in my neighborhood in
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the city if i it's easy to implode candle stick park it is easy and didn't cost as much the bay bridge they left the frame and suddenly the birds came and starting nesting but for whatever reason having those all over the place it will be get more and more krautd crowded and have more people including the air we don't have mitigation containment of tuft we do for transit because we'll have fliegs systems this is a different picture i caution everyone i don't think
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implosions are that great, thank you. >> good evening i know you guys find enjoyment watching the trees i've been reading and it mentions the statistic and the reasons in philadelphia that less than 3 percent of the total accomodation of food in farmer's markets what is the anti rate of farmer's markets consumption and the agricultural or locally resources foods and how about the rad integrated indoors in 2012 prop 37 fails san francisco, however, voted 60 to 69 percent of organicisms the vote on preoccupation 37 against
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it supposed the pepsi and coke and depotent and funding from others organic fund and the bay areas cliff bar this might be the public appreciate the community board which is a word for, thank you in russian. >> the meeting is adjourned. >> there's been no demolition the hearing at ocii is january 20th in room 416 meeting adjourned .
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>> good morning. welcome welcome to the to the san francisco budget & finance committee january 7, 2015, i'm mark farrell i'll be chairing this committee joined by supervisor avalos and joined by myself want to thank the staff madam clerk, any announcements? >> . >> yes. electronic devices. and completed speaker cards and
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documents to be included should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the january 13th board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thank you, we're going to tailing call one item out of order item 5 and item 5 is an ordinance amending the administrative code to require the rehe centuries to submitted the annual reports on the number of tenants who receive nos notice of evictions on the same the mayor and the board of supervisors. >> okay. thank you mr. clerk this is legislation i sports along with supervisor breed for the statute of limitations of the affordable housing units a across san francisco we place great priority in our homeless
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and this is a step in the right direction this stems from a series of items from last year around our homelessness issues i want to thank my colleagues for sitting through those hearings and from any prospective we've heard alarming statistics from homelessness 0 that house our vublg are the last resort for me in the first step for getting a better entrap on evictions occurring in our publicly you funded units again, it will mandate the statistics and information to contract with the city to provide contracting statistics the city will get the city statistics from the sro's and some housing authority sites and other city run programs it
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will include the unlawful detainers and the number of tenants and the householder and the reason for the evictions to protect privacy no flying identification will be released missouri will collect the data and compile the report for the portfolios and i have the reporting requirements that gives them eviction information and lastly we're encouraging our information for the past evictions we certainly hope the housing providers will submit past information so this trends more quickly and adapts as quickly as possible i want to thank all the housing providers on that issue
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given the vast resources in keeping them housed on the homelessness i want to make sure we're not spending additional resources for people to end up on our streets 3rir8 we're going everything in our power to keep people housed i want to thank the public health department and the mayor's office of housing and psa and thank you for your hard work into the future this legislation is a first step toe hopefully improving our city's past evictions we're doing a lot at the board of supervisors on this go topic and again, thank you jess from my office for your support and we have members of the missouri and dpw for questions and i'd like to ask for your support any
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questions. >> opening it up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item six at all seeing none, public comment is closed i don't have a budget analyst report so make a motion to approve that madam clerk. >> would i like to adapt the amendment. >> so moved and adapt the line item we'll take that without objection. okay madam clerk cail items one and two together. >> item 4 a completing rec and park department for the pga word golf 3r0i789 to the rec and park department important revenue lost during the closer of the golf course and this is the execution of the fourth amendment with the pga for the
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golf course ending in 2014 that will result in the evaluating 6.9 million. >> okay. thank you madam clerk. >> thank you madam clerk supervisor avalos. >> thank you just first of all i want to thank the rec and park department for you're openness to relook at the agreement with the pga and not only that but to renegotiate a new amendment that i think has terms much better for rec and park in the city just want to say president chiu thank you for your patience and welcome that. >> (inaudible) thank you supervisor from the rec and park department we want to thank the budget analyst and the economy for the nudged for the amendment we spoke with the pga tour and
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made the recommended changes that the budget analyst and this committee suggested. >> few weeks back it is a stronger agreement for the city with that said i want to extend my thanks to the pga they've been great partners since 2009 and some of the benefits are including over $4 million nearly $9 million in egging nofkz and $1.7 million to run times harding park they're doing with no profit and 4 hundred thousand donated for the improvement and more significantly $1.8 million in charitable commissioned from our partners in working with the youth and teaching the youth for sport it's been a terrific
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partnership and most popular beginning in april with the match play 64 of the world's best governors this is a new format it is google going to look like world cup matches and each group go on to the final round it will give people that love golf a great opportunity and explorer out there we're proud of harding it is publicly maintained by the staff and known around the world considered one felt best public golf courses in america we're excited to move forward and thank you, very much fewer assistance. >> it is mr. ginsburg if you want to speak on the items.
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>> i can remind you of the terms of the supplemental appropriations if you like what's our pleasure. >> actually i'll appreciate that. >> sure absolutely as well as an amendment to our master tournament agreements with the tour you have in front of of a appropriation in the amount of $3 million plus through a reimbursement to fund the costs associated with the harding park for the match play tournament happening in april of the $1.3 million $800,000 is associated with costs $50,040,000 in benefits and $2,005,060,000,000 in supplies and the remaining to backfill the loss of revenue due to the
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closer of the golf course and we expect that during the week of the tournament it's our gardening crew will be working 3 hundred and thirty hours of overtime everyday hand watering the golf course and filling holes and our crew will repair any damage from the hospitality facilities that are built out under our master tour agreement the tour will reinforce us up to $2.3 million per the committees request and the recommendation when the last item was heard we amended did agreement with the tour the city will invoice the tour for the cost associated with the tournament no matter than 60 days after the close of
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the tournament. >> okay. thank you no other questions we'll move on to our budget analyst mr. rose. >> on page 7 of our report as stated the rec and park department has revised a proposed fourth amendment subsequent to the 2014 committee meeting to lower the they recalled the percentage shown in table 2 on page 6 of our report as a result, the rec and park department now stimulates the does want will receive one million dollars $300 million under the revised fourth apartment e amendment on page 4 of our report resulting in a percentage of rp d of one million dollars plus for the two
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required and one optional pga tour events we recommend i approve that legislation. >> thank you, mr. rose. >> supervisor avalos. >> harvey thank you and your staff it was structural to help with the renegotiation agreement i noticed there was nothing but bowling but that's on here. >> all right. seeing no other questions i'll open it up for public comment i have two speaker cards and anyone else who wishes to speak please come up to the podium and if there's more than one line up. >> good morning. i'm dan the executive order for those who are not familiar we're a local nonprofit to teach the kids life skills and provided opportunity
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for the game of golf i wanted to say a few brief words it's a unique program and to the effects such the match house in our community there's a common word used in the game of golf and the nonprofits this is impact the golfers their referring to the moment a golf club hits the ball it may make the bail go in a direction it traffic lights directly at their target this makes great spectating for thousands for the championship in may this event will once again show case san francisco as the great city in the world, however another thing overlooked not
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seen object the cover of the sporting green the impact that it has had on charities is a reason to bring the golf tournament to this committee it is an important detail it should not be forgotten for dot all the i's and cross the t's on the agreement the pga tour has given over $2 billion this is more than all major sports combined the impact has been approved and critical 0 to our growth and success the single largest contributor and the pga tour as a result of this support over 50 thousand students of the san francisco unified school district has participated in the program over the past 10


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