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the city and grew up with their kids here and make san francisco their home. thank you so much. >>thank you. speaker please. >>good afternoon everyone my name is angie do amongst i'm 40 years of age in a single mother of 2 harrison keira 3 years ago i ended my 14 year marriage it wasn't working out. the fastest way to get out of it was to move with my 80-year-old grandmother in a studio in on joan our neighborhood is full of life in spite of people's miss misconception family that are thriving here i came here in 1995 before my son was born.
3 years ago i came back to the tenderloin and fell in love with it. my kids are very involved in the community i knew i had to do something. i heard about the ssmoh. i walked into the community center and they walked me through the process and they they help me the application. if it wasn't for them i would probably be lost. and if it wasn't for the affordable housing program i would've been moved out of the city somewhere where my salary can afford which is about 2 hours east today i stand before you as a living testament of this program and i'm able to get my kids in the community that they're willing to get involved in and take them to the school and 100 feet additional is probably it probably doesn't mean anything to you but it is
44 lives that are going to be change. thank you. >>thank you. next speaker please. >>i have been in san francisco since 2007 and i just moved to one of these below the market apartments. it was the only racket stay in the city. and has to be wonderful it is. this building is not only beautiful outside but it's gonna make it beautiful on the inside for the people that are going to move there. i don't have to say that we are going to have a catastrophe with housing. we need more of any kind of construction and is not because i'm in construction but
is difficult to find anything. thank you. >>thank you next speaker please. >>good afternoon, supervisors and ladies and gentlemen. i very much thank you for the city and supervisors because i got a below market rate unit and the others are supporting this and i will let you know that 300 feet is already approved i think 40% is doable for affordable i think we need to support that because most families came in the city and they spend in the city. it is actually san francisco is more than the city. right now, i was talking to someone and in
the past 2 years 60,000 families moved out of san francisco and right now there's more dogs and families. i think affordable housing will keep more people here. i think we need to support this particular city more and i think that there's more people here and out in the city will spend more in the city. thank you. >>thank you next speaker please >>i had the honor of giving keys of previous speakers today. it definitely makes my day when i'm able to do that. i'd also like to read a letter from a homeowner that is not able to be here today as a san francisco resident who greatly benefited from the bmr home program i would like to emphasize the importance of affordable housing for fostering continuing diversity and community and our city. affordable housing allows people to have a place that people can call their own and grow within their means. this
eliminates any daily stressors so that we can focus on being productive members in society. we are the teachers, policemen, researchers, and nonprofit workers of the city. affordable housing allows us to flourish here in our professions and our personal lives. their boundless benefits to the city is a hole. i regrettably cannot speak in person at the board of supervisors meeting but i do offer my support for the block 1 project. i'm in the favor of the height increase in adding the additional 100 feet. this will add more affordable housing and 44 units and 40% designated affordable housing to san francisco. the mayor's office of housing had great strides in addressing this in san francisco. thank you for that. this would be part of
this incremental push towards the right direction. >>thank you for your time i hope this comes to fruition. thank you for your time. >>thank you. next speaker please >>good afternoon my name is monica wilson i am the program director of c we a baby-based program created to divide provide internship opportunities for young adults for construction development and engagement. by way of background i wanted to let you know that for the last 18 months i have been working with tinsman and squire on their small business enterprise program including 2 components
professional service procurement and the sce training program. in both instances not only did they design and implement these programs successfully but the results far exceed the program requirements and goals with powerful, economic impacts for san francisco lb's for internships over the summer. this program is designed for grassroots and community-based outreach. and this will incorporate innovative strategies to maximize participation opportunities. what does this deliver? the impacts are both measurable and strong? on the sbe professional service they exceeded the program requirement of 15% and delivered almost 90. they had strong participation in women owned businesses and seniors and lb gt programs. they have
was a result of a great deal of time and effort by a number of people and they came up with a plan that was integrated and would be beneficial to the neighborhood. i do not believe that any thing has been presented to you today that could be justified at this point of changing that plan. i am here to urge you to not proceed with the proposed amendments until such time as there has been a supplemental eir made available to the public so the public has the opportunity to review and comment upon that supplemental eir. the original eir goes back to 2004. 12 years ago. as we all know there's been a great number of changes in the neighborhood since that time.
>>[timer dings] >> intel the public is equated with what the finances are and have an opportunity to review those figures the board should notmove forward with this. thank you. >>thank you. next speaker please >>this is a wonderful opportunity for members. not only to work but also to live in the units they are built in downtown san francisco. tinsman
has been a great person work with so far we look forward to working with them on this contain project. that is about it. working together there are some changes that we need to do and some benefits but but i ask that you support this. thank you. >>thank you. next speaker please. >>good afternoon pres. and supervisors i represent over 3200 carpenters here in san francisco. every day the carpenters are fighting for housing. lately that seems like we have evened up the ante. what this project does is provide homes for 73 more families and 44 those families will be below market rateit
also provides jobs for our carpenters and for our apprentices and afuture. we urge you to support this job we are a great friend of 22 and we urge your support. thank you. thank you next speaker please. >>good afternoon my name is annie campbell i'm a representative that she workers 114. 29 has been a wonderful all partner with our union. as adrian said the height increase that this plan amendment will what it means is more middle income housing housing like
supervisor kim said like teachers and firefighters and like union construction workers are people that i represent. you can hear the speaker saying that that's a great thing. i read something today that union construction jobs are powerful anti-displacement tools that allow working-class blue-collar families to continue to live and work here and san francisco. we ask for your approval on this issue. thank you. >>good afternoon next speaker. >>hello my name is harrison i'm your average working student. i felt like you needed a young voice in this so i actually spoke at a supervisors meeting last year when you guys were negotiating prop i. the city
officials can develop a plan that will if city officials can demonstrate a plan to house families like mine average working class people than i support 100 additional feet. thank you. >>thank you, next speaker please. >>hi my name is can i live in the neighborhood i've lived in san francisco about 10 years now. my big issue with the height increases the cost of the land. i think it's very disingenuous to call this a big affordable housing when because the reality of the situation is that taxpayers are paying for a
large portion of it and this is the closest block to the waterfront of all the parcels that are available and yet it is being sold the least amount of money. how does that make any sense. all you have to do is look at google earth and look at the views of those units that are going to be there and they are going to try to sell for at least 3000 and 4000 a foot. just one unit alone could easily pay for the stupid land. so, i feel like it's not a very good deal for the city. my other issue is just around the height increases i feel like it sets the wrong precedents it just kind of says that the city is for sale and all you have to do is based the money and you can lease. and there's block to unblock for a more and asked the exact same thing but will be up to say block one got it. i feel like that is just a bad
precedents per se. i also just want to point out that i did email oci i about this specific parcel and i just ask them if they could email me [inaudible] and they said no would not be possible. is one to point that out. thank you very much. >>thank you very much. next speaker please. >>good afternoon. my name is blake einstein i'll do not make 6 figures a year but i do hope to one day own a home in san francisco. what is the stop the other trans bay developments from taking the same special treatment. i have heard an argument that a precedents is already been set.
that argument is set to be these proposed buildings are not part of the transit center district plan. they do not have that significant of the impact on look and feel of our city. there has been no other building since the plans adoption in 2012 rather that has received this zoning and this will be a benchmark for all future trans bay developments. this could leave the door open for future projects like those on block to her 12 to get height increases. those are housing issues. it is one that i feel every day and it may last another 5 to 10 years but this trans bay buildings may be here in another 5 to 10 years or 20 years or i know we need affordable housing but we can't throw away careful city plans for something that will barely make a dent in the housing problem. i qualify from
affordable housing i personally stand to benefit from these units but i look at what is proposed it does not make sense. it is supposed to be cheaper than the downtown mound and it 400 feet this will lock when will be the tallest building on spear street the argument of this building directly on the waterfront is irrelevant. it's 200 feet taller than the building adjacent to it. >>[timer dings] >>thank you. next speaker please. know, i'm sorry to give the same amount of time to everyone you consummate your statement. next speaker please
>>i am a neighbor of this outreach number 1 i think on february 13 or the senior project manager for cii had an email that said no, you cannot go above 3 and her feet. it is the law. next trans bay development guidelines say that no variation should be given to the maximum height or regulation. 3 in her feet is the maximum but that's the design plan. next, the general design plan calls for tapering down the buildings. despite oci i'm sorry give me a break at the back of the full anybody. developers are not providing 40%. developers not providing the city 20% 19.2 million that
land is worth a lot more about $50 million which is really a giveaway of city land that we should earn. the board of supervisors approved the sale of block 9 for a price of almost $43 million. again there is something going on there. finally, the environmental impact report that you're supposed to get there isn't one. based on data more than 12 years old and that neighborhood is changed completely. now, is residential. before, it was warehouses and light industrial system. is very very different. finally, i asked oci i for an economic study and they finally said that they do not have an economic study. >>[timer dings] >>next speaker please >>there is no doubt that the
additional hundred and 26 feet height increase will alter a number of important san francisco precedents and environmental issues that until now been vigorously protected by thought for visionaries responsible for a safe future. you know that concern about not protest allowing building height decay shatters on our citizens. ensuring that an accurate independently prepared eir provides insurances that the proposed building at its full height and mass does not induce and infrastructure problems
>>1st i want to point out that the provider is not providing the additional affordable housing for the height increase. there required by law to provide 35% of affordable housing whether he goes to 300 feet or 400 feet. the additional 5% of affordable housing units that he is providing in order to get the additional 126 feet height increase is not a below market value. 30 units-- of families
your earning 120 units of 101 earned $20,000 your income.in addition, we still need to cover our $108 a month in ho 8 dues. theere are a lot of people in the city who will not be able to afford these housing units, but, policeman teachers and certainly childcare workers who are now earning approximately $77,000 a year. we have learned today that the city has drafted an economic study called the 33433 report. i'm surprised they would've come this far without a
previous report. i urge you to postpone or not agree to allow this developer-- >>[timer dings] >>had no supervisors my name is jan chang i asked that you allow this zone to increase for the several reasons. this will set a precedent for other developers this will have major impacts on the local residential businesses. the e. bay commuters dr. through this area to get to the bay bridge. that area is highly packed with
the bars. many people go to the area for happy hours and dinner. the nearby stadium host events all the time. it is nearly impossible to get home or in and out of there by car. during traffic hours on a daily basis. this can be a problem situation if there is a medical or fire emergency. the height increase will also cast a shadow in a nearby cart. our city is known for the lack of sunshine. knowing how important the sun line is for a well being we should not have her buildings to block the sunlight are nearby parks. the
people of san francisco voted down the 8 washington park projects just a couple years ago. the city's legacy live in fear that we will not want the cities to live-- >>thank you your time is up thank you thank you. next speaker please. >>hello laura clark, with the oss. i asked you to support this height increase. as was
pointed out there is a vibrant walkable community in this area already ready to receive people that are happy to jump on transportation and use the city the way that is meant to be lived in. walking around the neighborhoods and enjoying their communities. the only way were going to get to a more affordable san francisco is with these type of heights increases in density increases and we need to realize that no, spot zoning is not something you want to embrace and in order to fix this problem we need to embrace density and height throughout the city. we cannot point the finger at this community and the community and say, you know somebody else has to build housing over there. we need to hear when you everywhere. this is exactly the kind of project that i beg you guys to support. thank you so much. >>thank you. next speaker please. >>tom gilberty. we need to build density they need to be the key catchwords. yet, the same time how many people that are working in san francisco can afford above $80,000 or $100,000 gal said and also the
condo fees. the real community of san francisco includes teachers nurses if you're living single you can afford those things we do not need to have the density built and built until there is a big block. especially on our views and especially on our market there are and especially on our global enterprise. how are we going to protect at property and the flatland that's already flooding a little bit now. will the city be liable we all know that there is global warming we didn't think it was going to be 10 feet high you to take care of us. you planned it, you're afforded it, you let us have it. market rate housing is in the stratosphere of the real estate
investment world now. we are building basically units now for market real estate developers around the world to sell there is going to be 156 units below affordable market. only 40 of them are going to be below-market. in south beach marina the only people where i live that really make the neighborhood below market rate units that have been there as long-term as possible. i don't agree with going up higher on not in fact i agree with going. i like a tier to assess especially along embarcadero . any other public comment? public comment is closed is
hearing has been closed we will resubmit as the board of supervisors. >>thank you representative i think this will be the best we could do with the trans bay plan were we've committed 35% of affordable housing i want to thank john burton for his leadership it certainly helps in ensuring keeping my office accountable and making sure we are fighting for every unit that we can get and i do want to also recognize and think the leadership at oci i they do a really tremendous job around i'm looking at the value of what we're building and making sure that the city is getting the best deal and tiffany bohee
has worked at my office on negotiating several deals with the trans bay development area plan and am always incredibly impressed by the immense amount of work in detail and analysis that goes into every project and i believe that this department really cares about maximizing affordability in every single development. it was what this office to see achieved landmarks 1 in fremont f8 off-site with regular city policy or paid a little under $5 million thanks for the advocacy the oci i did along with their analysis along with the mayors they got close to $15 million on the off-site fee with 11 units that could be built off-site. i think this is just another example of a great deal that has been negotiated and i do also want to recognize trish m's for working on our goals and coming
back to the city and make this a true example of a middle income direct project. again, we know were not building enough middle income housing in the city. in fact, that is where we are the lowest in terms of meeting our goals. these are the very families and households that are getting pushed out. we've heard it over and over in public comment these are students are artists or construction workers are nurses or teachers or police officers. we want them to live where they work and not commute hours to come in. we know our public transit system is overloaded as well. colleagues , i think the additional density and height is an aesthetic change for an exemplary diverse homeownership project and i just asked for your support. >>thank you supervisor kim. seeing no other names on the roster i want to just touch on to issues that came up not only
who have areas to improve our seniors and have online access again, it's really a matter of connecting for the opportunity that would arise for the ownership opportunities on the site and we are committed to doing that we're connecting to the opportunities i am >>you don't live in a certain proximity of those projects you will not qualify for those projects what i'm trying got here is how do we include the workforce in this agreement. how include workforce in this
agreement? you will have to give some thought to resources and fair housing to really connect truly ready and have the opportunity to have all the services available for them. i think what i'm getting at here will we talk about the fair housing laws on higher mai units and are subsidized by private dollars. why would those units if there housing laws in the same way in terms of how you have to perform your system.
it doesn't make any sense. why would those not being a preference for higher ami units for this project. that possibly happen? >>for those hundred and 56 middle income homes to the extent that they have other preferences though certainly could help but i do think that connecting people with opportunity we could also as part of understanding market
place who is working and we can currently undertake county surveys and understand the existing markers in the neighborhood and through the construction process part of the affirmative marketing and partnering with the developers and the consultants to make sure that we have the data for those individuals to connect with these opportunities that they can take advantage of the worker preference. >>thank you. nothing is more important to me that when we build affordable housing that more workers actually qualify for this affordable housing mutombo every time we ask that individuals have a real shot at
affordable housing i appreciate that and one other issue that i want to bring out as this happens every time of future developments as well. takes a lot of individuals to qualify. above them are frustrating and low income individuals i could disqualify with credit issues. there will be a lot of programs to get us ready for this opportunity beware we figure out a way to make payment and make adjustments and i just want to put that out here to do that is an issue. we are about a different approach your of
this particular project about the hoa as compared to other affordable housing and other projects were the hoa's are the same. as what is difficult sometimes for people to qualify for these units. you want to know is that happening as relates to the hoa. >>in terms of pricing the initial sales pricing will take into account the mortgage,taxes, insurance and the hla pricing. however, what happens is the
sales price is lowered so, for example that 80% ami unit for a two-person household that pricing can be adjusted. and part of our staff presentation. that we are looking at innovative structure for 2 separate injuries all that be in my 40% as well as a separate market rate hr and those 2 separate injuries roll up to a come back >>i appreciate that. these are
the 2 challenges with housing that i am supporting this for. thank you mrs. bohee. >>thank you mme. pres. >> >>when you have the opportunity to actually support something is a great feeling and actually he being a place where i feel that it is a good project to fill this is an example where height can be used to advance that possibility a think it's good to have the possibility of men and women who are building something to actually be able to live in what they are building. but, i also know
that it does not happen easily. i want to just acknowledge the work of supervisor kim in the office. i know a lot of time and energy goes into this to thank you for delivering is support today. thank you. i too have been very impressed with the level of detailall the time and energy goes into the work that you doi'm very appreciative of that. i know it's not easy to get a project to this point. so, thank you. >>thank you. supervisor kim. >>it would be great if the mayor's office of housing would give us a breakdown on some of our more recent housing
projects and we get affordable housing the big response that i guess i'm never gonna get that unit.. i think it will be really interesting that you were doing in a redevelopment area plan products as well. one question would ask mrs. around the affordability in other blocks were before he prove the project. blocks 6 and 789 there's other projects and trans bay area plan and we just can cite what levels of affordability we can achieve in this project. >>for blocks 6 and 7 that had
30% of the affordable. block 8 had 20% and block 9 had 20% >>then there was block 11 which we completed. >>thank you supervisor kim. and will be helpful that i like to add to supervisor kim's request specifically is getting access to affordable at units is understand the racial breakdown as well. that's always very helpful as well. supervisor peskin. >>for black 9 was that 2015?
motionis seconded by supervisor kim and with that we have a motion we well return to that at that time thank you. mdm. clerk let's return for introductions. >>thank you mme. clerk. this week is the week of the young child. there is one thing that i would like to tell you about an invite you to you if you want to see the cutest preschoolers all in one place you can see that on friday at
10 am where they're going to march around city hall to highlight the needs of that age bracket. the 2nd thing is as i've mentioned many times before one of the things that i've done is for district 7, provide a participatory budget program and it is our 3rd year engaging in this type of program where we would vote on and decide what we like to be funded. we just started the voting process. this will go on until april 22 is can be done through paper valid or
electronically and if you want to do electronically . go to sfpgtv7 at sf god.or so i want to point out that we just started it we already have3 of people voting on it in last 2 days. we have the record for every other district there wasn't any other district that got more than 500. i'm really excited about the engagement of the residence in district 7. i'm having is he a double of that to 1000. >>thank you supervisor yee.
and indiana is important to note that with indianapolis the council there was half-and-half between democrats and republicans as they were able to come to a solution without the politics getting in the way. that is something that we need to be able to do here in san francisco. recently we seen especially on division street many people in these encampments off the side streets and on to people's doorsteps close by many of them did not have a place to go were sheltered as a result shelter available we were and i just would like to thank all those involved with the work in the research of putting this forward
does make sure that if were doing a sweep of the homeless encampments that were making a notice in the community and coordinating with the community for a plan for the relocation. we want to make sure that were not just moving people from one place to another but moving people to temporary permanent housing or whatever is available. if there is no temporary or permanent housing is available. we should be as a city to be able to provide plantation services as well as a facility for showering and using the restrooms. we should be able to provide this so that we can avoid the public health issues that have arisen in the recent months here in san francisco. it seems like we are in on precedented
territories in san francisco there's people living in cameron's weather never were before. is an issue over by the infield land where people were fighting place to have encampments are no longer in existence. so they're going to other neighborhoods. it is clear we need to have a sound approach. with this legislation a moment we can move very very quickly the mayor's office is moving quickly on sweeps across the city and to make sure that we have facilities in place to accommodate people that are living in encampments or moving them elsewhere to provide the shelter for temporary or permanent housing people desperately need i'm hoping that we can have a collaborative relationship with
a another colleague to move this forward to improve our lives our neighborhoods across the city. >>thank you colleagues. it is the last weekend for the japanese cherry festival will go all the way up through post street and end until more the past weekend is the beginning of 2 long events the rain did not stop us. there will be games, activities food activities performance so just stop by this weekend. the
other event that's happening in my district is community cleanup for district 5 we will begin saturday at 9 am at golden gate park so if you want to help clean up the neighborhood, and pick up trash and beautify the neighborhood, and plants and trees and participate is a great event during nearest together come by our community cleanup on saturday at 9 am at golden gate park at stan union and whahler we had some public speakers earlier to talk about the gun buyback. there will be a gun buyback on saturday from 8 am to 12 pm no questions asked on howard street on howard st.,
united players continue to host these gun buybacks is an opportunity where people can turn in their guns as many guns as we can off the street. the last thing that i have is very personal to me. usually often times i don't do memorandums for family members because mostly you get really emotional but but my dear cousin deserves a memorial here in the city and county of san francisco for all of her work. mrs. jones bree pearson was born in san francisco in january 12, 1948. she was an incredibly smart woman she was graduating from mission high school at the age of 16 and she received her bachelor's degree from phoenix university. she was a faithful
member of providence baptist church and she lived in her verna heights for 26 years. she worked as a wreck director for over 20 years with a lot of kids in the community at the playground where i grew up as a kid at the playground. she also volunteered for organizations like the economic opportunity counsel that addresses problems in the city like providing resources and childcare for low income familiesin the city's. she provided grants for foster children and was very active with the sfop she received a
community service award that she was very proud of. last year she is recognized by the healthy heroes campaign for her extensive community service and healthy lifestyle. her picture was displayed on several buses throughout the city of many of my family members would take pictures of them and tweet them in and she said she and see him because she doesn't tweet so we would have to send them to her on her iphone send it was really something that she deftly was really proud of. my cousin joan has joined her late husband lawrence pearson she is survived by her son lawrence and james pierce and her grandson. she loved everyone. she was an incredible woman with an amazing presence in an amazing voice. she had so much positive energy. in her eyes, everyone was perfect and everyone was beautiful and everyone was incredible and she
treated each and every person like they were the best person in the world. her spirit was just pretty amazing. she was incredible to be around and she was incredible to work with and she was incredible to talk to. she will be missed by many of san francisco and her family including her sisters denise the, army velma and wade i just am really privileged to be related to such a horrible weekend she was sadly taken by her battle with cancer. we have to really do everything we can to fight that disease to fund the research necessary to find a cure for cancer that continues to not only take away our love ones but to it destroys lives and with that colleagues thank you for your time and thank you pres.
>>thank you mme. chair and thank you pres. breed i'm sorry to hear about your cousin. i have a memoria also for someone who has lost her battle with camper her name was maria cochran. she lived in severna heights. that's where she met her husband larry cochran in the 20s. they have 2 beautiful children a boy and a girl. they now have 13 grandchildren and 9 great grandkids. sherry
was diagnosed with cancer 9 years ago it was one of those things where you would never know that she was battling cancer because the way she carried yourself. she was a quiet leader who was always involved in getting residents and pulling courts together for community events. she was always in involving bobby and making that happen her and bobby celebrated their 44th anniversary just this past month. i can only imagine how difficult it must be for bobby who is an amazing human being and he is one of the most lovable people you can meet. sherry cochran was a great support to bobby and and always her children, grandchildren great grandchildren grounded. sherry will be missed dearly not only by her family but by all of the rest and with data
the public to directly address the board on items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the board, including items being considered today which have not been considered by a board committee and excluding items which have been considered by a board committee. members of the public may address the board for up to three minutes. each member of the public will be allotted the same number of minutes to speak, except that public speakers using translation assistance will be allowed to testify for twice the amount of the public testimony time limit. if simultaneous translation services are used, speakers will be governed by the public testimony time limit applied to speakers not requesting translation assistance. the president or the board may limit the total testimony to 30 minutes.members of the public who want a document placed on the overhead for display should clearly state such and subsequently remove the document when they want the screen to return to live coverage of the meeting. >>thank you 1st speaker please. >>we had brussels, paris, san francisco. it can happen because the disenfranchised those that are out there on the street that is where the terrorists have chosen the disenfranchised. as long as we keep ignoring it up to a few people where their propositions were i could do 700 jobs people through the navigation center the navigation centers only navigate numb to the sro. the job is giving people a chance
to actually work. i am now addressing that. this is a real thing. buildings are going up in the air, or that is cool. what if they start going down. you're overlooking people and you're going to wait for some the him before you go into action. i have heard everything from i can't do this, it won't work.
until april 16 and it includes national library workers appreciation day i'm certain that we can think of past and present things we have learned from libraries staff and i am one of those and unfortunately there is not much on the website of this and there's one thing that i would like the library to deal with and that is the exclusion from thousands of people in san francisco of full library service. normally if you get a ticket or an open violation you can go to a judge
and there is a consequence but there are ways that can be handled but in the library there's nothing no policy or nothing written for the public or librarians on how to handle the problematic findings or fees. at the library if you owe more than $10 you are not allowed to borrow any books. >>[timer dings] the >>more to the point there's 150,000 cardholders who are not able to get full library services because they owe it one library or more. that needs to be judged and you can do it.
building i believe there a pair of red tailed hawks and april is there nesting period and i do believe they have eggs i think this could be a convenient hunting range and they apparently have a taste for pigeon and as you can see each of these birds are vigilant and is convinced they are the next target and that's all i have thanks. in this earth month of 2016 in the face of growing alarm in my planet and growing alarm for changing climate it could be a good thing to remember that we might have up liberated these birds
in the 60s but we stopped. we can do this again. we can achieve world carbon balance. >>leopard timer dings] >>thank you next speaker please. >>i am a leader in my community, the work of my peers that put on a community event to deal with social justice. we do not want more places selling alcohol in our communities because it does not contain in a positive way.i want positive messages in our community. we want decision-makers to know that alcohol density is a problem in san francisco we need to reduce the income of alcohol-related harms in low income committees. i am a young person showing my voicing concerns with you today.
alcohol uses a community justice issue. >>thank you speaker please. >>afternoon my name is britney rodriguez and i live >>ma'am please bring the microphone close, thank you. >>i am a leader in my community because i want to make it better by not bringing more alcohol or drugs in to this place people of color and latinos are the most susceptible for alcohol-related health issues. [inaudible] for example, i am in a group and it
will be sad not to go. alcohol use is not a community uses a social justice issue. thank you for your time. >>thank you. next speaker please. >>i am from san francisco prevention commission and i want to see a safe community the with out alcohol and low income people and people of color are far more susceptible to the negative effects of
alcohol. i usually go to starbucks and get a green tea coffee. if they start selling alcohol, where do i go? there is no place to go. there are various places that are just selling alcohol where do i go to buy something to drink after school. so we want decision-makers to know that i am a young person sharing my voice with you alland i want to see a better community. thank you for your time.
>>thank you no speaker please >>i am a young person sharing my voice to you from our community. if starbucks starts selling alcohol how will young people feel secure because of that comes a whirring of the behavior of drunk people. because there are so many starbucks in our area would increase the alkyl used in our city. thank you for your time. >>thank you for your time. >>thank you my name is laura smith i'm professor at the medical university usf. 1st of all it is a well documented fact throughout the alcohol restricted literature that the key predictor of
alcohol-related warm violence crime unintentional and intentional injury are highly associated against the alcohol and liquor outlets. studies show that whengovernments reduce the density of outlets by restricting licenses their subsequent decline in the alcohol related harms.san francisco has the most densely populated counts see it for liquor license the next is orange county with only 2 per square mile. the i worked at the trauma summers several years now and they were so
concerned they would screen everyone that came through the center. the resort results they recently published in the journal showed that 59% of patients going through the trauma center have a high alcohol blood content. these people are treated by the trauma center surgeons and they're not just anybody in a drunk driving accident. they have to be a car rollover. these are people gunshot winds to the head and chest these are people who are fallen out of high windows. 8% of the people in the sample that we followed died as a result of their injuries at the trauma center. >> [timer dings] >>thank you. next speaker please. >>[indecipherable]
>>[timer dings] >>thank you miss johnson. next speaker please. >> tom gilberty it seems like the time that the batter walks up to the batter's box and he clears the dirt from his cleats at the batter's box we can have a police officer parrk his car and go out the door and pop to beanbags and tell a man to lie down and shoot them 7 times. it is ridiculous. especially if he claims he was in danger when his walking into it. this is incredulous it is a complete deflation of our police
department policies and its leadership in the whole 9 yards we are only lucky that the actual shooting happened offscreen so we don't have to continually look at it. as i said before we do not need more police. we need a championship team. we need 180% turnaround. with the police involved we have to be part of the community we have to trust them. we have to be part of the truth and justice of the community. and, they have to learn about mental health and heart conditions you have to calm the man if the calm the situation throwing that thrower fishing that there were 4 guys there. madison -- maybe we could teach the policeman to
learn to lasso maybe we could form some groups of people who haven't followed the gunner pool their holster and develop a precedence for our new police chief. thank you. >>[timer dings] >>thank you. next speaker please. >>is that the last day of the sabbath year i believe there is overwhelming evidence that 9/11
is the 6 trumpet. a month before it happened i told people when it would happen is to involve explaining 2 minutes but i will go there it's not speculation to say that 9/11 was a 6 trumpet. it is speculation to say that price is going to return the last day that schmidt to and the last day that schmidt that will be december 1 but if that is correct we are one 3rd of the way into the sabbath year right now. we are one 3rd of the way. what if i'm right? really? we all know deep down that we are sinners. but if it is judgment day and everybody is going to die so to speak if it is judgment day. i know the more i read the prophecies in the bible that jesus was the savior. he made isaiah 53 that he was numbered with the transgressors. it is a wonder why all the jews aren't christians. it is a wonder
while the gentiles aren't the truth. it really comes down to a man does not want to know the truth. jesus said moses wrote about me david wrote about me. nobody ever predicted when he was gonna come up from the grave. that alone sets him apart. he said behold, we go up to jerusalem and all things written by the prophets concerning the son of man will be coming. >>[timer dings] >>thank you any other public speakers at this time? seeing none. public comments closed
california department of alcoholic beverage control to deny alcohol license applications of non-traditional alcohol retail businesses in the city and county of san francisco >>good evening i am supervisor mar. there is an increasing request for alcohol permit such as places like taco bell and starbucks there is a huge threat in our city of
businesses authorized to sell alcohol dr. schmidt just mentioned we have 35 alcohol selling businesses per square mile and the next highest is orange county which has 2 per square mile. many of the youth leaders and thanks to patty at home enough to be here with are youth we will resolute produce them in half in 10 years because of the alcohol density policy created by the youth in alcohol and the equity coalition. we do not take public health issues into account when we decide on these alcohol permits. we do not take into consideration ration
i want to thank the san francisco department of public health and the san francisco prevention coalition and the san francisco friday night live which is youth led groups throughout the state but especially san francisco others make more consistent language for retail food and drink establishments are the businesses we been impacting. lastly, there were changes to the warehouses and a few minor changes for the growing coalition i'm working with.
thank you for your support i believe there is a growing coalition that i have to make and urges support for the revolution that i have amended. >>thank you supervisor mar made a motion to amend. and that would need to be seconded. supervisor kim seconded. without an amendment this was approved unanimously on the 1st reading >>[gavel] >>this is adopted. >>supervisor kim. >>i think that i want to add my name is i think this is very important to this support of this resolution.
>>supervisor wiener. >>i want to thank supervisor mar i think that i really appreciated the tightening up of the language and i'm very happy to support this. >>seeing no other names on the amendment can we take this house, as house amendment. same house same call. the item passes as amended. as house amendment. same house same call. the item passes as amended. >>[gavel] >>mme. clark can we move on to item 28. >>take that hat off. sorry
supervisor peskin. >>[gavel] >>supervisor peskin. >>i what to think supervisor kim for courage and taking this up tomorrow should be taking this up in front of a previous member and looking at 6 major cities in california think that san francisco is leading the way on afford housing and our state delegation of family
members and tang as well as supervisor avalos i think we continue to leave the way our intern all coalition is notwithstanding and hopefully legislator will hear calls within committee. >>thank you supervisor peskin. for item 30 is amended can we take that item same house and call without objection that passes unanimously. mdm. clerk
>> good morning, everybody. welcome to the board of supervisors budget and finance committee for wednesday, april 13, 2016, my name is mark farrell joined by sxhangs. >> thank you; correct and charles kremack and other staff madam clerk, any announcements? >> yes. completed speaker cards and documents to be included should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the april 19th board
of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> okay thank you very much madam clerk call item one. >> item one an ordinance amending the building code for the inspection and maintenance and establishing a fee. >> thank you very much. we have the gentleman to speak on the item. >> patrick resiliency over for the city the ordinance should be no spice up you 3 are co-sponsors and supervisor wiener and supervisor breed and supervisor mar this ordinance really is a chance to kind of talk about resilience in the way that san francisco independence that specializations of building facade 5 or more cities in height with the materials decaying over time and helps after a major earth from the one earth the streets were blocking access to first responders we
know if we do the mitigation and inspect the buildings we'll be prepared for the inevitable earthquake i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> no people with disabilities anyone wish to comment seeing none, public comment is closed colleagues can i entertain a motion. >> like to send stem one move we send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> we'll take that without objection. collect item 2. >> authorizing the department of the environment to accept a grant from solar electrical vehicle charges with a value of one hundred and 40 thousand. >> susan hi, i'm susan the cleaner coordinators for the department of the environment those are solar charging stations to be that a parking lot and not
hard-wired stand are alone the end of a project opportunity by the 11th hour foundation through the partnership are san francisco department of the environment and envision the manufacturer we placed these around san francisco collected data on them and now at the end their depended upon to the department that hosted the pilot program. >> a quick question where are they located. >> located prerl the sf court at bryant and embarcadero, rec and park at the innovation hanger and one thing at sfmta to go to the dpw parking lot to use for staff. >> thank you very much missing megan's colleagues anything further
anyone wish to comment seeing none, public comment is closed and send to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> we'll take that without objection. >> item 3. >> resolution retroactively authorized the department of technology to accept a gift if sister could with $350,000 to provide free wireless to the internet in san francisco. >> mr. robin. >> i'm bryan with the demg it accepts a gift from cisco wifi assess points those will be deployed on market street and sue park and herman plaza the intent of those didn't see is they represent a new technology for wifi that allows
better management to multiple users in the use area. >> a gift to enable us to do. >> colleagues, any questions okay. we'll move on to public comment on item 3 anyone wish to comment okay seeing none, public comment is closed colleagues can i get a motion. >> move with the positive recommendations to the board. >> moved by supervisor yee we'll take that without objection. and madam clerk item 4. >> approving the modifications to the 2011 granting the early interpretation between u.s. airway and port commission. >> keating wagner with the san francisco international airport the first item before you seeks
the modification to terminate an existing lease with u.s. airways as a result of the 2005 merger with american airlines that will terminate the existing lease u.s. airlines currently has with the lease agreement this agreement is the mechanism that allows the airlines to provide slight operation and rent he terminal operations to the airport u.s. airways about replenish 20 thousand square feet of the exclusive square feet limiting their $2.7 million substantially american airlines adds 8 thousand plus square feet of exclusive square feet and increases the rent if 8.4 to $9. million plus the budget analyst recommends approval i'll
be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> thank you, ms. wagner colleagues, any questions can we go to the report please. good morning chair farrell from the budget analyst office and ms. wagner said on page 3 there will be a reduction 2.7:00 friday's i million dollars it will be offset by an increase in the net about $1.6 million under the airports policy the rates methodology they'll be made because charges to the airline offset in the lease we recommend approval. >> thank you, very much. ms. campbell moving on to public comment anyone wish to comment seeing none, public comment is closed colleagues, we have a motion and recommendation to approve. >> make a motion to approve
item 4 i move we send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> we'll take that without objection. madam clerk call item 5. >> approving the terms of 2011 lease and use agreement between airways in the city with the estimate lease of seven hundred and $50,000 for the lease for board approval to 200021. >> ms. wagner welcome back casket it deals with the lease agreement this time we're requesting our approval to do an new airline to the 2011 lease agreement for the remaining 4 years and 3 months we have on the agreement that expires in 2021 the modification as quantify to the agreement with the other airlines allowing them
to occupy the terminal space quan it's was in effect in 2015 and estimates an annual a rent of $749,000 plus for the term of the lease that is for quan active to - the budget analyst recommendations approval i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> colleagues, any questions okay to your report please. on the quan active lease operating at the airport in december they're paying joint use one and $70,000 per month the rent in the fiscal year for the inclusive use is one and 24 thousands and over the term is one plus recommend approval. >> colleagues, any questions
public comment on item 5 anyone wish to comment on this item seeing none, public comment is closed colleagues once again we have a recommendation to approve by the budget analyst. >> sure go ahead i'll move this to with a positive recommendation. >> we'll take that without objection. madam clerk item 6 please. item 6 the resolution approving the contract between the pilot construction management for the emergency filed zimmermann's for the pressure system retroactive not to exceed $4.4 million. >> thank you very much ms. wagner welcome back. >> thank you very much. >> kathy with the san francisco airport the last item requests our approval of an emergency contract with the construction management for interim fire suspension retrofit and watch services at the
airport for the hanger not to exceed $4.3 million the hanger at sfo was constructed in 1969 and one of only 4 humanitarians in the country is accommodates 47 arthd at one time leased with the united airlines and another airline imagine it is old and in need of some repair in december of 2015 the staff noticed a drop in the water pressure within the pressure system and we've identified multiple leaks that brings light water from american people external pump into the hanger the fire department asked for a correction and deputy is a plan for fire protection for the hanger since that time actuary
fire watch 9 work is done airport staff declared a breakdown the fire system and initiated did watch at the time the president declared an emergency contract with the management and the airport engineering staff conducted a cost at $4.6 million the emergency contract with pilot it an amount not to exceed 4.3 of approximately 200 and 85 thousands than the jerseys estimate they continued to replace the system in the future with a new system estimated $20 million that will be for a bid and the proposal will be out this summer and, in fact, that contract will be before you for approval this is just a measure
we can correct the problem and pull out the 24 fire watch budget analysts recommend approval i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> supervisor yee. >> so how long will this stopgap temporarily fix take in terms of emergency. >> they're in the process now the reason excuse me - they went with pilot management they were doing work at the bay and familiar with the facility and all the employees were bandaged i believe that we are soon to be done the problems are in december we were issued the notice by the fire department in january to have a 24 watch until the problem is corrected we believe i can confirm we're almost at the end of fixing the leaks. >> so in replacing this system