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$55,000 and 60,000 within utilizing that for doing subsidize inspections and helping to do with improvements, but if need be, only to do with the salary budget come, we definitely spend time on educating businesses with her ada requirements so i can call from the fund to offset any salary cuts with the business counselor. so, expenses, salad, give our salary and binge fringe benefits, operating expenses, operating expenses of things like our salesforce dollars salesforce licenses, nonpersonal services, and material and supplies. so, that is the projected budget for the next two years. then, on the next page, i didn't list out who is on staff for our
staffing. >> these positions all currently filled? >> the legacy business program manager is. we are waiting to fill it and was business counselor is at halftime and will be filling it with a full-time. >> thanks. is it the same person? >> another. typically, commissions do approve the budget. so, if you are not-want to wait one meeting and wait another meeting to approve the budget it's up to you where you can approve this project. >> i propose that we >> we should do public comment first. >> any members about of the public that would like to comment on the seven? seeing none, public comment is closed.
commissioner riley >> what is that 50,000 come from? >> that comes from is a dollar that charged business registration. this is the state requirement so was due to sunset after 2018. the city gets to keep $.70 of every dollar we send $.30 that goes to the california commission on disability access. >> the money comes from the merchant? >> it comes in the businesses, yes. there's a dollar assessment to eat each business registration >> were you allocating that to [inaudible] >>[cough] >> if it comes to-because we had to do a budget cut at 1.5%, and so if it deems absolutely necessary we may not need to do that because there could be salary savings in the other ways
, then the dollars that we spent we doing outreach education, advising businesses on ada then if we have to offset those dollars. but, right now-these dollars are spent with assisting primarily with cass inspections. i'll be able to let you know we've not actually spent all are allocated dollars from this fiscal year. because we are challenged with getting the-we are challenged with being able to keep up the number of cass inspections because we don't have enough cass inspectors if that makes sense >> i just think the ada program the outreach is very important. something that i feel like is very important for the commission. >> this will not be percolating us from doing that outreach. it's just saying were going to be-we may, not
definite, they use those funds to pay for some of our staff to do that outreach. >> okay. >> who is the management out? >> it's martha. >> always going to take action on this overweight >> i propose we take an action. i make a proposal >> moved to approve the budget >> moved to approve the budget. >> moved and seconded. all those in favor say, aye. opposed? >> the motion passes unanimously. >> neck seven >> that's item item 7 update on the legacy registered. >> commissioners i did send you an update on what transferred transpired at the government oversight committee. in your binder is an overview
of we've hired for the position. it's close. we will begin interviews hoping at the end of this week and definitely into next. todd russo has re-signed marianne thompson who heads up the shop and dine in the 49 ayn rand the business tax program to assist with all the new nominations that are coming to the office until we have the legacy business program manager higher. last week i did a train with the aid to make sure they were all clear on the nominating process and the application procedures. again, claire find that every business needs to go through the application process and what's involved in that too be placed on the registry to be eligible,
to be eligible to apply for the grant funding. so, there are an additional list of some other timelines. i think the most key things are, so, a week from today i'll be forward even over to the historical preservation commission the first set of applications for them to review and their targeting. july 20 meeting, and then from there it will be the first set of applications will be coming before you and that will likely be the july-excuse me-i'm sorry. it will actually have to be the walking of time for us to prepare the packet in five
days as it would be the first meeting in august. >> can i ask you send them to us when you sent him to the historical society so we can get a look at them and will track any changes >> sure. okay. then, the june 27 meeting we will have getting drafts for the rent stabilization grants in the july 11, the businesses assistance grant for you. to approve. review and then determine whether you're ready to prove we told the next beating.also, a is information on the legacy business procedures. to really clarify, we have an application cover sheet but the bulk is the
written narrative and the supplemental history. that we cannot do for the business. they have to do that for themselves.so that timing is on him to complete and submit to the office. so a supervisor may have nominated a business, we cannot move them through the process until they completed that application. >> nomination is not an application >> correct >> can we say when the application is available? >> it's online. online at our website. the other point of clarification i do want to state, on the application, the business is affirming. our current on the business tax licenses. their taxes, there are licenses. any fees that they owe the city may have no -they've no outstanding issues with the office of labor standards and enforcement. so, while the business may have
something they need to correct that respect, i could also delay them in completing an application >> all businesses must be in good standing before having their application considered. >> yes. >> imaging you sent something out to us in addition to what's in the binder? >> i sent a memo out with this list, but i do not send you this document. >> i look for it again. >> i will resend it to you. then, the next is just so we have now 64 businesses that have been nominated. the first page is the list of those that
i've received some form of application, some of them are complete. some of them are still waiting for additional information. either they need to a pdf their application and i'm still waiting a check of historical preservation has forwarded some specific guidelines. things they would like to see and so i've had to reach back out to different businesses to ask for that information. >> please add a number column to the left so we can tell the number we don't have to count by hand, okay? >> is down at the bottom i'm sorry. >> just put a number on the left and calm >> oh, okay i see. on the left-hand comp. >> the question [inaudible] the business commission site has seen a number of [inaudible] for the legacy business in elevators no what
that is? >> there's been no official application submitted to them. so, i will look at their site. they may have applications for the building registry, but i will double check that. >> look into it >> so, the next two pages of a list of businesses that have been nominated. evolving reached out. this is the group of businesses that marianne is talking to. so you're aware of that. >> nomination is not an application. all right. anything else on this item? >> if there's any questions am happy to answer them. >> commissioners? no. i'll miss up to public comment.
anyone want to comment on this item? seeing none, public comment is closed. commissioners and the other discussion on this matter? no. let's move on to item number 11 >> item number 11 is general public am. i will call for general public comment? >> i'm using the overhead. eileen broken. i'm here to read the resolution from the coalition for san francisco neighborhood into the public record. before i do, i would like to put this resolution into context. for fiscal year 2016-27 and the mta is budgeted to receive $286.3 million in general fund support. taxpayer money, our money. the resolution: whereas, the sfmta 84 program is responsible or transit related projects citywide, whereas community for project has been swamped over negative impacts on mission
street such as merchant difficulty in getting deliveries, patients not able to shop locally and the climbing customer base, as people decide to avoid going to shop in the mission altogether. whereas, you need for design for lombard yuri venice california geneva etc. and stockton were potentially. negative impact similar to mission street where is the proposed muni for design for-potentially great negative impact similar to those on mission street, whereas the sfmta's budget is supplemented by general fund monies, whereas the board of supervisors has control over appropriating general fund monies to the sfmta, getting john such year-where's the board of supervisors has the ability to place general fund money on reserve that are allocated to the sfmta eight during the city budget and appropriations process, therefore, be it resolved the coalition for san
francisco neighbors urges the board of supervisors to place $25 million of general fund money allocated to the sfmta eight for fiscal year 2016-17 on reserve until such time as the negative impacts of the muni forward project on mission bombard banas california etc. are resolved to the satisfaction of the affected communities. thank you for your- >> here is your copy >> thank you. any other members of the public there would like to participate in general public comment. seeing none, public comment is closed. next item, please >> item number 12, directors report. >> so, commissioners i first want to thank you for very successful small business week. thank you president dwight
perko cheering and leading a very successful week commissioner dooley providing flowers. commissioner adams and zouzounis. extended support for flavors.. our office was the sponsor for that and of course commissioner tour-sarkissian and riley and ortiz-cartegena your over all participation at it was a very successful week. i just want to highlight a couple projects underway for the office. we have as i've noted in the past meeting we've seen an increase in the number of clients coming into the office. we have set up a kiosk area for clients so that they can have the business portal to look at whether waiting to talk to a business counselor. also, were underway and developing a new logo for the office. we talked about this and so that is finally off the ground. we
are redoing the starting a business book of with tomorrow partners who did the design for the business portal so that our booklet has the same look and feel as the business portal. and we are now officially, officially were now going to be opening an office space predominately it'll be the small business the roman senders office base at 1650 mission st., right between planning and dbi, will have a satellite section there. a satellite office. also, the small business accelerator keys manager, the restaurant person who is going to be case managing restaurants through the process much katie scherping, she starting this week. should be introducing herself to you at the next commission meeting. she will be one of our individuals and probably the
legacy business person will be located at that office. so, we are excited about that. then, the mayor's quarterly meeting was held with a small business leaders was held on may 31 and they presented to him the plan that they are starting to work on stephen cornell has presented one of the items to you a couple meetings back. we will provide more information on that. one of the topics is the by local and there is by local work happening. i'm not participating in that but our representation is through president dwight who's been participating in those meetings. a couple other notes, i think, in terms of wanting to highlight that come up in relation to the formula regional meeting we did here is that the commission did hear about affordable housing bonus program we did have some discussions about space in new development. so, perhaps that's kind of a continued discussion.
that we might one have with the planning department that something you're interested in, but we will be revisiting those incentives to work originally talked about this new development. then, lastly, i also want to maybe just remind commissioners that perhaps some of the vacancies that were noted on polk street produce a soft story orders. things are covered in carver and there may not be signage that is a street that does have there are buildings that have more than five units residential units, above and so to can keep that in mind that some of those vacancies may be due to the soft story ordinance. then, at her next meeting you're going to have a presentation from the planning department on transportation demand management. so, perhaps this is a good place for you to also address some of your comments and concerns that you brought up
to catherine and to angie. as well. so will redistribute in those materials to you later this week so you have an opportunity to read them before the next meeting. this is a project that the planning department has undergoing they're doing outreach and community meetings. so, that could concludes my report unless you have questions. >> commissioners, any questions? will open this up to public only. any members of the public to like to comment on this item? seeing none, public comment is closed. onto the next item >> item number 13, commissioners reports >> i will start. i did attend numerous activities and small business week. i attended the business leadership meeting with the mayor on may 31. i attended a meeting of the small business to wrap up. first of several. i attended was in on the meeting for the local briefing and also attended a
seminar for the by local campaign. and i ran my business. anybody else? >> i participated in small business and various events. >> anybody else? >> i participated in a merchant walk on polk street area to visit some of the folks that are applying for legacy business status. i met with the mta last week at supervisor peskin's office to go over more of the issues that are coming up , that are particular to north beach like wanting to put the lead transit lanes on columbus avenue. i would say he was a productive meeting primarily because supervisor peskin was quite forceful on his opinions on those things and we are
apparently going to organize a group of stakeholders in north beach to work with the mta and i urge them to do that in every single neighborhood in san francisco because that is what we need, is to be involved from the very beginning in projects that affect our neighborhood. >> here here. anyone else? >> i something to report. i also attended the [inaudible] and was well attended and i had a chance to [inaudible] it was great. i also attended the asian-american business mixer that was hosted by a bank, ease west bank and was at the third wall at 901 market st. one thing i want to point out is
one of the panel speakers was a success story from our assistant send. his name means is [inaudible] and the first place he came to was our assistance center. then we hooked him up with-and help them with the opportunity fund and working solutions, and now he's qualify for sba loan. he now owns four locations. with good credit and expand >> what is it called? >> he started out as a pushcart. >> out, sure. last year's award winner. awesome. anybody else? okay we are good. we have any public comment on this item? seeing none, public comment is closed. >> new business
>> commissioners, a new business to recommend? no. public comment. seeing none, public comment is closed. >> item number 15 germans. >> no. work in a pause for a second. we are adjourning- >> for the adjournment i like to in memoriam i like to add your for kyla jackson did other work for the mayors office of disability. i sing you are through her work in the lgbt community so i want to read a statement here in memory of her i want to adjourn tonight's meeting in her on. kyla johnson work for the city and county is the van for 27 years. most of those years, were for the
department of building inspection for building inspector. for the last six years she served as a director the mayor's office of disability in the cities ada coordinator. i've got to say she did an awesome job in that. her leadership was instrumental including increasing accessibility in public housing and homelessness services. the city's communication and software applications at public events and disaster plan. karl worked closely with the opposite small business and supervisor tang to great the groundbreaking law mandating commercial property owners to make their entryway successful i also know that commissioner dooley was involved in new her quite well. again, i worked with carla on various lgbt issues, especially her work in equality california and marriage equality. karl had a generous heart. the kindest demeanor and her life was just
out dedicated to public service. she had compassion and community. she be greatly missed. the small business commission closes the meeting of june 13, 2016 in her memory and honor. thank you >> we will miss carla. she was an amazing woman. she did so much good work. she was an inspiration i would say for pretty much anyone whether met her. >> yes >> so, with that, >> meeting adjourned at 10:02 pm >> we need to have a motion and second. bush and to adjourn? >> moved and seconded. all those in favor say, aye. >>[chorus of ayes] >> meeting is adjourned at 10:02 pm. >>[gavel] >>[adjournment]
>> this lodge is home to some of the best fly casting pools in the world. these shallow concrete pools don't have fish. this is just a place where people come to practice their fly casting technique. ith was built in the 1930's and ever since, people have been coming here to get back to nature. every year, the world championship of fly casting is held in san francisco and visitors from all over the globe travel to be here. >> we are here with phil, general manage of san francisco rec and parks department at the
anglers lodge. what do you think about this? >> it is spectacular, travis from oregon, taught me a snake roll and a space cast. >> there are people from all over the world come to san francisco and say this is the place to be. >> yeah. it's amazing, we have teams from all over the world here today and they are thrilled. >> i flew from ireland to be here. and been practicing since for the competition. all the best casters in the world come here. my fellow countryman came in first place and james is on the current team and he is the head man. >> it's unique. will not see anything like it where you go to compete in the world. competitions in ireland, scotland, norway, japan, russia each year, the facilities here in the park are second to none.
there is no complex in the world that can touch it. >> i'm here with bob, and he has kindly agreed to tell me everything i need to know about casting. i'm going to suit up and next, we're in the water. >> what any gentleman should do. golden gate angling has free lessons the second saturday of every month. we have equipment show up on the 9:30 on the second saturday of every month and we'll teach them to fly cast. >> ok. we are in the water. >> let me acquaint you with the fly rod. >> nice to meet you. >> this is the lower grip and the upper grip. this is a reel and a fly line. we are going to use the flex of this rod to fling away. exactly as you moved your hands.
>> that's it? >> that's it. >> i'm a natural. >> push both arms forward and snap the lower hand into your tummy. push forward. >> i did gave it a try and had great time but i might need some more practice. i met someone else with real fly casting skills. her name is donna and she is an international fly casting champion. >> i have competed in the casting ponds in golden gate park in san francisco. i have been to japan and norway for fly casting competition. i spend my weekends here at the club and at the casting pond. it's a great place to learn and have fun. on a season day like this, it was the perfect spot to be. i find fly casting very relaxing and also at the same time very
challenging sport. takes me out into the nature. almost like drawing art in the air. and then i can make these beautiful loops out there. >> even though people from across the globe come here to compete, it's still a place where locals in the know relax and enjoy some rely unique scenery. until next time, get out and play!