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district on herman street and is that valerie was this woman picking up trash all on herman street with a little trash picker >> every morning >> were even in district 5. you cross the line and was very impressed and appreciative of course. my stance with you has always been that you care so deeply about quality of life in the neighborhood level and making sure the neighborhood was. so thank you for everything and him. i know you're not going everywhere and i know you continue doing good work. >> thank you. supervisor farrell. >> dr. pete everything, but i'm going to miss you and your personality here the board. you been amazing to work with. just a ton of fun and a great attitude. but you take it with a grain of salt has been awesome getting to know you and best of luck did i know we'll get to work together and i hope
we do so >> thank you. with that, valerie would like to say a few words? >> sure. i want to thank everyone for the recognition. i really appreciate it. i want to give a shout out to all the aides here because everyone works so hard. i just was talking to an aide and she was, how long have you worked there. i told her nine years and she said i'm a oh my god. i'm exhausted and have only worked so many months. it is. it's really hard work. everybody does that does this work is really passionate. i think that is what makes the gold standard of an aid, as supervisor kim said, his passion with the gold standard. i want to thank you. i'm happy i didn't follow ace because that would been completely my life as an aid. ace always is there. but ace, you can be right next to me with my new job. so, i want to
thank supervisor breed. yes, we have differences but a good agent will have differences did you want to make sure your aides don't agree with you all the time. and gives you different ideas and different perspectives. just really want to-i've been amazed at how she has grown as a supervisor, because your first year as a supervisor i know is really tough. it's a tough tough job. i just seen here in the last three years grow and just become really an amazing supervisor. so, i just want to say thank you. i'm laughing about the certificate of honor because i've given so many of them out i probably could wallpaper this room. but thank you everyone can i really appreciate it. i'll be in city hall still doing some work in district 5 so thank you very much. you will see me. thank you. >>[applause] >>all right. thank you again,
for your hard work. all right, folks. here we go with our next item. i'm clerk, where are we on the agenda. close usher. >> item 12 is a motion that the board of supervisors convened on january 12, 2016 in closed session for the purpose of concerning the receiving advice from the city attorney regarding existing litigation with pacific gas & electric company. >> college, unfortunately the deputy city attorney who we are going to join us for this discussion to discuss these pending cases had to be called
away on a public utilities commission matter. i'm sure you all are really disappointed. can i please entertain a motion to continue this matter to the january 26 meeting? ocean by avalos moved and seconded. and before we put that item, is there any public comment on this matter specifically? on the continuance only. >> i name is --[inaudible].
>> i'm sorry. this is about a continuance for the pg&e item that was going to go to close such that it's a different subject matter. >> okay. i was talking about healthcare issues which i want to get emergency shelter for new healthcare issues. i do want it continue. but i'm sick and tired of the continuous with no money. [inaudible]. >> thank you very much. seeing no other members of the public public comment is closed for this continuous. >>[gavel] begin with that, can we take a continuance to the meeting of january for this continuous. >>[gavel] begin with that, can we take a continuance to the meeting of january 26 without objection. without objection the motion is adopted. unanimously.
>>[gavel] . clerk, can you please read the without reference to committee items >> items 13-19 are being considered for immediate adoption without committee reference. the single will call vote may enact these items syndicate member may eject and have it considers utterly. >> the clerk i'm going to go item number 13 and item number 19. >> supervisor wiener >> clickable item 14. >> supervisor mar >> number 15. >> supervisor avalos >> 17, please. >> madam clerk call each item please start with item number 13. >> item 13 resolution towards the director of public health and the sheriff to convene a working group to plan for the coming closure county jail number three and four. >> thank you. this is the item, colleagues, i introduced
when we voted on the jail project at our last meeting. no supervisor avalos has recommended changes and i wanted to hear his proposed recommended changes at this time. supervisor avalos >> thank you. i'm not sure if it's going to involve amending a resolution, but maybe just having some agreement about what kind of process will have for the working group. first off, i think is led by the department of public health. that's the lens were looking at at the services were looking at to put in place instead of the jail. there's also been a call from the note jail in san francisco coalition, who's done a tremendous amount of work on the disapproval of the jail and make sense that a large number of committee involvement in the working group. effect of 50%, +1, majority of community members involved in the working group. they also want to make
sure as the resolution states, that we are involving formerly incarcerated people and organizations representing people who been incarcerated. also, because there's a disproportionate representation of african americans in our jail system here in san francisco, not just here-that african-americans are going to have a large body of people who will be on the working group. and there's a call for to deal with transparency in the working group going forward. part of that is ensuring that community members are not just there to provide input but actually decision-makers on what the outcome of the working group will be. lastly, there is
in urging that whatever documents it comes out of the working group, that the for final approval there is ample time to review before the board will hear the documents. so, they suggested two weeks. to me, these are probably the most difficult pieces, whether we go to 50%, plus one. i like that idea. i think given that the community has been a large part of the efforts to raise awareness in city hall, on going forward with the jail, that we honor their request. >> i think the requests are not unreasonable. i wanted to know, would you like to make proposed changes to the resolution, or would you want us to just go on record committing to the request? because just to be clear, this group is a group that's hopefully going to come together, meet honoring their basis, make suggestions around
policies and what we need to do here in the city for a mental health facility and we definitely want to make sure that they are at the table and that the appropriate parties are part of this process. it will be a positive so, i'm definitely open to all the suggestions you mentioned and we can either include language in the resolution to do so or we can just make that commitment >> i think we can make that commitment. i'm okay with that. it will get a little cumbersome. i don't think it's difficult to follow through on that commitment. lastly, what they also suggested was making a transparent process about who is selected for the body. >> okay. >> tomatoes are good principles to go by if we can agree to that and my office will work with your office and other offices to be involved. ali satisfied. >> okay i'm committed to that. thank you. i have a meeting with barbara garcia and vicki hennessy this week as well as
-which i'm hoping they will come up with the right way to develop this so that it is open and the members of the coalition who advocated for this specific change our definitely, from my perspective an important part of this. so, thank you. with that, colleagues, will call vote on item number 13. >> item 13, farrell aye, kim, speak out aye mar aye, peskin, aye, tang aye, wiener, aye aye yee aye avalos aye breed aye campos got there 10 aye >> this resolution was adopted unanimously begot a >> item number 14
>> i'm putting resolution to oppose california state ballot initiative entitled safety for all act of 2016 which winkelmann reasonable reforms and close loopholes in california's gun and ammunition laws. >> supervisor wiener. >> thank you. first item at my name as a cosponsor and second, at supervisor the hands request only to move to move this to be good >> supervisor wiener has made a motion to move this to for two weeks. can we keep it continuous without object >> army that generate 26. >> generally 26, thank you. colleagues, can we take the continuous without objection,
without objection the containment passes speak out >> item 15, please >> item 15 resolution to extend by 90 days prescribed time within which the planning commission may render its decision on a? amending the planning code to revise the definition of form that we tell to include subsidiaries or affiliates to form up into meetings certain criteria with the planning, ceqa determination >> supervisor mar youtube i moved to table no longer needed >> supervisor mar has moved to table. is there a second speak with colleagues, can we do that without objection without objection it passes. >> >>[gavel] >> can you please read item 16 >> item 16, resolution to send 45 days prescribed time i was the planning commission may render its decision on an ordinance 151084 amending the planning codes to allow an existing bar on the ground floor on the upper market street transit district to stand for the second floor under specified circumstances
with a conditional use authorization affirming the planning department ceqa determination and making other findings. >> colleagues, can we take this item same house, same call without objection resolution is adopted unanimously >>[gavel] >> item 17 motion to strike the budget and d conduct a review of the city's revenues and expenses associate with hosting events related to super bowl l. >> supervisor avalos >> this is a request that i had made of the budget analyst in december after the hearing that covered the super bowl celebration planning event. it really came out of hearing being part of that hearing and not getting very much information what the cost to the city would be and how city resources were being diverted to support the about. the budget analyst, as of last week, prior to the mayor's budget office me out with information has been telling me that they were having a great deal of difficulty getting information from the budget-from the departments at the mayor's office. that right after that the mayor's office
released the data. to me, we have a huge problem about transparency, and about working collaboratively as city government. the budget analysts are our eyes and ears on the budget, and we expect that we would get favorable treatment from our office getting information about what the costs of any event in the city would be.. so, colleagues, we expect we could get a little bit different from the budget analysts unless the mayor's office has released a report would be ready probably tomorrow or the next day and today is just a formal vote that we have before us i'll be support this motion. >> thank you supervisor avalos. colleagues, can we take this item same house, same call clicks without objection the motion is approved. unanimously. >>[gavel] >> pickup to making >> item making bush and the
final map 1773 a lot returned to lotsubdivision parcel the upper possibly being three commercial unit mixed-use condominium project located at 2655 bush st. >> same house, same call .objection the motion is approved unanimously. >>[gavel] >> clerk at 19 >> item 19 motion to approve a final map 8284 six residential condominium project. >> colleagues we need to continue this item to the meeting of january 26. can i entertain a motion to do so? bye-bye supervisor yee. moved and seconded. without objection >>[gavel] . this item is continued to the meeting of january 26. all right, clerk we are now at the imperative item. >> we haven't heard of item offered by supervisor mar,
resolution commending the occasion of her retirement as sf coalition and declaring generate 12 2016 as the duncan day in the city and county of san francisco. >> supervisor mar >> i want to acknowledge that beatrice duncan was in the audience today with a number of family members and department of public health supporters and members of the health equity coalition that she's lived for the past three years, shape up sf coalition, i want to thank her. i know many of you have worked with her as well and would hopefully bring her back for accommodation at some later time. but you really didn't want to be respectful towards the coalitions that were here earlier, but my hope is we can pass this today that can generate 12 2016 beatrice duncan date in the city and county of san francisco on behalf of her tireless work for the public health and health
equity in all our neighbors. the tango >> colleagues, before we are able to adopt this, imperative item, we must approve two findings that the public comment it the first signing this is purely commended. as her motion? moved and seconded. colleagues, can we take that without objection because without objection it passes. >>[gavel] >> this item came to the attention after the board agenda was published. is there a motion pics moved and seconded. colleagues, can we take that without objection books without objection that passes. >>[gavel] >> now i'll open the item up for public comment at any numbers of the public alike to comment on this item?
processes. we do thank you very much. all right, colleagues. actually, any of the members of the public like to speak on this item? seeing none, public comment is closed >>[gavel] peter colleagues, b2 colleagues, i'll take a motion to approve the item. moved and seconded. colleagues, can we take this item without objection. without objection it passes unanimously. >>[gavel] >> clerk can you read the in memoriam the clicks >> yes. today's meeting will be adjourned in memory of the following beloved individuals on behalf of supervisor farrell the late mr. jack rehashed. the store william delmar take on behalf of supervisor peskin for the ms. zelda gordon. mr. roy bottini. mr. stewart jackson. esther ray bharati and mr.
jimmy's. at the suggestion of supervisor yee on behalf of the board of supervisors the late ms. patti siegel. on behalf of pres. breed for ms. beatrice d jackson and ms. marie- >> clerk anything else on our agenda today >> that concludes our business for the day >> colleagues, this brings us to the end of our agenda. thank you all very much. this meeting is adjourned. >>[gavel] .
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all, i want to welcome everybody who is here the press, all our communities partners are here come on matt we have matt right there are for the school district thank you for making it this press conference happen that is probable one of the month crucial and important issues and topics that is going on about gun violence you know taking into consideration what is happening all around the world and country and city we're here as a community everybody is one to eradicate gun violence i'm rudy the ed of the analyzing an organization that has been standing and fighting against gun violence for the last 21 years i'm here with my people my community and everybody that is
here who is serious about this issue we we want to make sure we eradicate gun voipgsz that we are here you take this issue serious one of the most important protections is dealing with the mothers the mothers have lost their sons to gun violence we want to make sure we let them know that also they're being heard and they're being dealt with prove or disprove so me being involved in the violence field for 21 years we tale with youth kids from all over the community all over the city with the help of brothers like brother rich from project and from the vip team in the building and so without further ado, i want to invite mayor ed lee to
come on up we've got to put him on pause the president of the united states we have to put on mayor ed lee let's welcome the ferry rosz robber mayor the city mayor ed lee (clapping.) >> rudy thank you to you and your staff for making your house available to co-host this important press event that announces our intention to join you you're police chief and mothers, people who really want to embrace non-violence to do this gun buy back this start saturday in the morning i want to emphasize now working with united playaz and others community-based organizations and important as education is to
us i know we have a school board member matt haney as important we want good jobs and everyone it this room that wants better paying jobs in this city we want training, we want economic development and other nonprofits to be on their own buildings like the united playaz all of that becomes nearly enforceable inform you got violence violence distracts you from everybody and the trauma lasts for generation unfortunately for families and the communities that are involved and so it is our attempt with this gun buy back to reduce the opportunity for violence people can have disagreements purely disagreement between me and the board of supervisors sometimes can create some good
solutions but if people resort to violence to resolve their it didn't make any difference to make their presence known or try to get something that is not going to solve anything that worsens the situation for everyone so i want to take a big that, of course, because this country as rudy indicated with the call from the president there is a lot of violence under our entire country and the bay area is no different and we got to reach out to more young people reach out to not so i don't know people that resort to violence we can't that that as an alternative we'll do our best working with the police department and along with the community groups and along with mothers and victims of violence that i know have every right to
say what we need to say in front of the city hall or the mayor's office e.r. community groups i support that you mean at the end the message is less violence and embrace each other find a way to communicate with less violence if we do so you'll see advancements in education and advancements in jobs and more enhancement in community economic development that is what we're doing in our housing public housing that is the site of so many violence we're trying to champion that with community policing pea new techniques and 0 investing in our community and people and make sure we educate our kids it is no, no good answer and solution if you use violence and if we use good afternoon. welcome so getting the guns it is effective over
the years i think we gotten over worsening one how guns off the streets month of them not properly purchased if doesn't matter their illegally purchased that violence didn't mean if you purchased that illegal or legally it is the use of goes on to prevent violence we come together i'm united of the united playaz and their friends and communities and groups and individuals that want to change their lives would hope that others would just put the guns down and let's talk through this city got resources not like we're not offering anything we have making the go bhith investment in the history of the country but trying to get jobs for everyone including those who have a questionable background
we'll help you to erase those background and train you in all the industries that the city has been successful we have so many promise as a city question shouldn't have to resort to violence we stand with the united playaz and the officers and community groups and everything that from out of you're prison system we need to do better and need to find alternatives to prison to get people jobs to raise their families and get people where we need to be this is a great city we will be better if we reduce the violence thank you, rudy and everyone for making sure we'll do this and continue to do this we will be joining next year oakland and doing gun buy backs crime knows no boundary we'll be
more successful by embracing this thank you (clapping.) >> thank you, mayor ed lee give a hand one more time for mayor ed lee. >> (clapping.) i also want to say we're here to eradicate gun violence all of the city one or more gun we can get off the streets is that gun that may save you're life or child's you don't know when the bullet leaves the chamber it does not discriminate no name be 0 the bullet that we can get rid of guns we can i guarantee that one gun that save everybody this this room let's continue to support each other we can agree or sgraur like the mayor said at the end
of the day, we'll have each other's back the next person is also is doing an amazing job of stopping the violence in san francisco he is the police chief of san francisco he plays a major roll in get rid ofing of guns give it up for greg suhr (clapping.) i want to thank rudy and the analyzing for the buy back as the mayor said the focus has been on gun violence as standing to applying manipulate left is ms. paulette brown lost here son to gun violence aubrey brown she's working tireless at any very often that speaks to the reduction of gun violence in
201498 people were killed many by firearms and working with organizations like united playaz and other communities groups and the leadership of our mayor and doesn't to the young people and education and jobs we've been able to better have those numbers last year, we had 46 homicides but still thirty of these were by firearms every year year in and out the self-employed takes over one thousand dwnz off the streets of san francisco gun buy backs have taken over nine hundred guns and i'm confident this saturday will be over one thousand any guns as rudy spoke to any gun that comes off the is are streets of san francisco, california have no harm if you have a firearm in the house and knows of someone in the house with a firearm
please think about thank you for the opportunity is in on saturday and pick up a little bit of holiday shopping money and it will go a long way to keep san francisco safe and the children of those mothers might be here today and not have to have mothers hurting please turn the guns in (clapping.) >> thank you excessive greg suhr and tmc thank you to matt we have mothers that have lost a son to gun violence the wall are all unsolved murders we want to make sure we acknowledge them and try to find solutions they're part of solutions major and so just to move on we have two more speakers and waiting is
our supervisor jane kim but the next gentleman i want to bring up he's also an employee of the united playaz and someone that say was a monster now a mentor my brother damn i don't think so share also thank you. >> (clapping). >> i want to thank everyone for coming out today i want to implore and touch the hearts of people that might be watching many seller to the hood to the mothers to the grandmothers to the brothers and sisters if you got guns in our home come out december 12, 8 to 12 tenth street and turn them in i've been on both sides shot ten
times and 10 years in prison i changed my life and here with united playaz and doing working everyday on gun violence along with the mothers beside me to get the guns off the street to make it safer for the children like rudy said you don't know when that gun will hurt you or someone you love i've stolen guns out of people's houses it is so the people i don't know what happened to them that want to get get rid of get rid of of the guns a little boy killed his own brother he found his gun there are other ways so all the community of the people matters what you're race or color or creed and economic level gun buy
back you'll be surprised it, the people the camera man a was thinking about turning in his gun i implore him and everyone if you have guns if in you're home not locked up you never know when you're own gun might be used against you i implore from the body o my body from the mothers children i ask you to come in and turn in the guns and find a better way thank you very much (clapping.) >> thank you damon i've been a victim of gun violence myself see this right here? this is for real you talking about real front line soldier in the battlefield
an ground zero come up here boo my brother from new york this brother foster back here you're talking about re-entry you're talking about helping brothers from the penitentiary he did 45 years before foster g did a gang of time and new york back there the guy at front door did one and 50 years total but talk about solutions the moms and brothers who been there deny that and the mayor; right? you got the community and the police chief and you've got to school district what other part is missing in the evaluation we have our supporters who helped us fund this gun buy back ron
conway that people don't know he do not to the cause the brothers from the medical marijuana the grassroots from barbary coast, hal even and brendon do that donates resources to make this all happen one of the main guys who we have to address who oriented the gun buy back is name a eon; right? his father got killed was a young kid the perpetrator stole the gun out of a home and we don't want to see this we want to get the guns now so this brother who is helping us he said some incredible things we forgot to mention no questions asked
they ask you nothing you turn them in and get our money you can leave so this is a serious serious irk right here you turn on the tv you don't see something about gun voijsz what is the solution right here not wait until the camera is in front of you and you know what i want to be on this side because it ain't about a color or gender or national outlet or gaze some when someone pulls the trigger you can't stop i know look this is saved any envelopes life we all got shot at one of the guys any son get hit 5 times may he rest in peace that would have been my life i'm still here i
want to bring up someone from our community that loves and cares about our people who's heart in is in the hood and lives in the hood i want to have our district supervisor jane kim come up and share thank you (clapping.) >> thank you all so much for being are here today and also to the media for helping us with the outreach and education it is important on saturday, i got to participate in the gun buy back and a lot of the residents come out to volunteer this is one of the best and direct ways to reduce gun violence on the street on a weekly basis we have a massive gun violence kroisz when you see where we have less gun violence 1942 where we have
a stronger gun control laws and less guns on the street this is one of the ways with we do that without obstructs and any questions asked this is the time to turn them in and brings less violence on the street so it is so important south of market but here in san francisco and most importantly i know to acknowledge and thank the amazing donors to contribute money again with no questions asked so i want to thank rudy and the united playaz for this program and we'll have gun buy backs all the time but not a little bring you you mention the fruition you want to see and the outreach and education so i hope everyone is able to get the word out and volunteer with the
organization but you thank you to all the donors for making this possible so we have a success thank you. >> (clapping.) thank you. >> thank you jane kim after we complete the press conference he have people that want to share but i'm going to read you alarming statistics one in 3 homes with children have guns many left urban locked or loaded you didn't hear me one in 3 homes with children have homes many left unlocked and loaded i'm sure never been the same 80 percent of unintentional firearm deaths of kids under 1 occur in their home with this this is the holidays hospitals and suicide
by gun increases during the holiday so you want to be involved in helping out here it is right here the great matt scott we want to go to graduations not funneled and able or be part of the solution not the pollution we're involved we'll not wait until things happen we don't want to go to funnels or hospital where a person is walking around with a bag once you get shot and die you ain't never coming back those brothers it they'll be standing with us but it needs to be heard i'm not against people that have guns, you know who responsible knows how to do it or the safety behind guns we live in a real world but people with 34b9 issues people shot
reck also no questions asked and make sure we honor the mayor the police chief, the medical marijuana store, the community people, the vip and project level and most important the mothers you're fierce district supervisor jane kim love you girl and the school district right here matt haney our capita of our neighborhood sherry right and the leader the rest of you guys and brothers and sisters who came home from prison who's out here doing good okay shout outs to mike and the rest of the guys please ask questions thank