tv BOS Land Use 8116 SFGTV August 12, 2016 10:30am-11:01am PDT
concludes that portion and john halley as graciously honored to show you the facility thanks everyone for cominghas graciouso show you the facility thanks everyone for comicomineveryone >> all right. good afternoon, everyone i want to welcome to the topics i'm malia cohen the chair to my right is vice chair supervisor
wiener and to my left is supervisor peskin and our clerk is erica i'd like to thank phil jackson and jesse larson for broefrt i'd like to remind the members of the audience that the commission does not tolerate disruptions of any kind. please silence any devices that may sound off during the proceedings. items acted upon today will appear on the pr call item one >> an on those amending the ordinances now 10 61 irregularity the width of the sidewalks so dpw is the sponsor of the legislation and bruce is here welcome the floor is yours. >> pardon me if i swu up i don't do this very often.
>> on screen this the board one 8429320 or the sidewalk changes around the assessor oversees block lot one a new residential and a semi commercial development june 4th city planning gave us a general plan con formation dpw got no objections from the city agencies or private lawsuit companies proposed ordinance and changes of sidewalk with various locations q 20 dash 820 map memorializing and a copy i said was approved on june 4th and that's it i will encourage
you to help move forward. >> okay. well thanks for the short presentation let's see colleagues, any comments or questions for mr. store thank you seeing none, let go to public comment. all right. ladies and gentlemen, time for public comment on item one as a reminder two minutes hearing a soft chime for 30 seconds anyone wish to comment on item number one seeing none, public comment is closed. okay come on i had trouble findings the room ms. about the emergency rooms all right. okay. >> this was sidewalk width changes okay public comment is closed. at this time thank you all right. colleagues is there any excuse me - colleagues agendized as a committee report
excuse me - >> madam chair, i would make to motion to forward item one with a positive recommendation as a committee report. >> thank you, supervisor i appreciate that without objection that that item passes unanimously madam clerk. >> the resolution for the emergency rooms for an 18 month in the castro street for the conditional use authorization by the planning commission and the planning code excellent supervisor wiener is the author of this item and we will - >> thank you, madam chair and agendizing this item colleagues this legislation will impose interim controls for the castro neighborhood district for the conditional use authorization from the planning commission for paramedic and medical service uses the requirement for the conditional use is fair and consistent with this particular
mcd with many uses are already requires the conditional use one one block the intersection of 18 and castro there are 3 existing paramedics and two medical service uses and for an aspect of a vibrant and thriving district it, it is the diversity and over concentration of the few uses particularly uses that are are not necessarily retail and unique in nature we want thriving retail uses and unique uses it can jeopardy the health of the neighborhood last year colleagues as you recall i sought the board of supervisors unanimously passed requiring the conditional use for medical services in 24th street
neighborhood commercial district those interim controls will louis the time to study how best to legislate a permanent solution for the over concentration of those types of used in the castro mcd i've distributed a few amendments adding some additional finding for the documents intent of those interim controls along the lines of the statement i just made be specifically relating to the mix of uses in the castro mcd the over concentration of little medical and paramedic uses and so forth so colleagues after public comment ask the community to forward this item with recommendation as a committee report thank you. >> thank you, supervisor wiener is it all right. if we go to
public comment at this time okay ladies and gentlemen, item 2 is up if you want to comment on this item please come forward. >> good afternoon i support a heath commercial corridor in the castro an essential is a health and safety corridor is a mix of uses and makes the neighborhood less interesting for businesses high-level of concentration in one such as pharmacies that is important a high-level of concentration for the uses of community to weigh no on what makes sense for the neighborhood conditional use authorization helps to insure the community voice is heard i think the emergency rooms will help sure the over concentrated pharmacy and uses i support those controls thank you for the murder approach for keeping the
health of the castro district i urge you to support the legislation. >> thank you anyone else all right. got at this time supervisor wiener there amendments. >> supervisor peskin may have a question. >> i was going to make a general comment around neighborhood commercial districts that is, i think as far as there are 20 neighborhood commercial districts throughout the city in all the supervisorial districts that is he generally my belief that constituents in each of the districts know what kind of taylor of the mcd controls are needed know when an over concentration so i would move the additional findings amendments and will be happy to send that item as a committee report to the for with a positive recommendation after supervisor wiener's comments all
were meant to be dynamic and were meant to adjust to the challenges of the time instance north beach is everything from ground floor financial $0.71 institutions that were meeting the neighborhood serving spaces and eventually put a limit neighborhood we've banned formula retail and cuffing are required and other formula retail uses so sounds like an over concentration of the pharmacy services 1, 2, 3, 4 the castro for the equitable balance that supervisor wieners controls make sense. >> i agree supervisor wiener they make sense and a motion by supervisor peskin and without objection that that item passes as amended thank you. >> adapting the amendments and
forwarding with recommendations. >> it was said thank you item 3. >> item 3 is a resolution imposing emergency rooms so for the space and conditional use authorization for the distribution and required use for the artists. >> thank you so colleagues on i'm the author and introduced this is to negotiate a legislative solution to the issues regarding the also have pdr and art space in the mission and south of market and instead of a ballot measure however, after several hearings at the rules committee and the discussion at the full board meeting it appears no desire to place the controls on excuse me - it appears there the desire for place the controls on the ballot in november so therefore after public comment we continue
this item through the chair so with that said open up for public comment. >> hi, thank you i really appreciate our listening to public comment and sorting the legislation as a ballot measure as one of the artists that is organizing the various arts organizations and artists to come together in light of the massive loss of diversity of creativity in the city and we even the legislative the ballot measure falls short of what we hope to get not only stop the bleed to figure out not just stop the bleed but the over gentrification and the multi culture and find a way inform encourage the culture
development and invite back the nonprofits we lyft the sierra club it was embarrassing to lose the artists and the diversity as well and so critical that we find ways to stop the bleed of the loss and try to find way to incentivizes the tax incentives and i appreciate everybody trying to workout or work together this is the first temple but not far enough and stop the approval in the pipeline the blanket approval and start to have a one to one replacement of pdr loss thank you. >> thank you anyone wish to comment on item number 3? okay public comment is closed. at this time >> thank you to the commenter
for rushing down colleagues i'm going to make a motion to continue to the through the chair may i have. >> without objection without objection this item passes unanimously madam clerk can you call item four and five and the that the commission does not tolerate outbursts of any kind of the board of supervisors to order the continental portion uses with within the phase that the park merced and item 5 a vacation of portions of the streets that exist one ab in the property development project. >> we have paul from dpw here to present on those items the floor is yours thank you. >> gadget chair members and thank you for the opportunity the park merced segment a large
multi phase and multi year development it is governed by the agreement in the case of the street vacation requests there tied in with the first two subdivision that was received by the public works in february of 2015 we circulated to all agencies including the develop of city planning and received the approval on august the 24, 2015 and granted pardon me august the 6 and granted tentative map approval which basically allows the project to proceed on august the 24th the project sponsor has requested that the city vacate portion the street to realign them i'll showing you the northwest portion of the project and be as you can see maybe
clearly a red patched in the patched area the green is what the city will receive in the future dedication and the red that is requested to be vacated the net gain to the city in conformance with the agreement the city gets a surplus the second portion - of the development area on the southeast corner of park merced area per and again we've got the red patched for the vacationed and the green to be dedicated portions the subdivision maps are the approval what is happening and condition future dedications and
street improvements as part of the progress if you have any questions specifically and any questions colleagues. >> i generally vote against evacuating the streets but this time a like for like and as part of a program that the board approved pursuant to the development agreement and unlike the matter that i descended in last week we remember giving up a city street and not replacing with another city street this situation is different i'll be supporting it. >> all right. thank you we're going to public comment oh, i'm sorry supervisor wiener. >> a question so the adjoin plan referral has two specific conditions in it the action today just to confirm by the committee and board will not
preclude the imposition on the final map; is that correct. >> yes, sir. conditions of approval on the tentative map in the past and the final maps will come up in the next few months 0 not recorded until those conditions from the planning department are met. >> okay. and does the department support or oppose any of the conditions. >> no. >> no we've endorsed those their included. >> so i think does the department support conducting and imposing. >> does the department of public works supportism posing those conditions. >> yes. >> any other questions we have a few actions to take but before that open up for public comment ladies and gentlemen, is there anyone that wants to speak on items four or five come up
seeing none, public comment is closed. so there's a few actions to take first action we need to amend item 4 the first action to - to include the date the board will sit as a committee to hear the street vacation this to the further resolve clause the resolution to state the board will hear it on september 6th as september 6th at 3 o'clock may i have have a motion to make the change. >> so moved. >> without objection the motion passes and thank you the second action is for item 5 must come out of committee with a without a recommendation but item 4 can move forward as a committee report so colleagues, i just want to
ask that item 4 before us today be moved as a committee report, however, pursuant to the standard practices an vacation item 5 needs to be forwarded to the full board to the september 6th meeting is there a motion on those two items? >> madam chair i'll move with recommendation as committee report for august 2nd and item 5 be moved with recommendation to the meeting of september 6th in the normal could you say of business. >> i appreciate that without objection. >> i - mr. gibner. >> without objection those motion pass unanimously any other commission? >> >> there's no further business. >> thank you the meeting is adjourned .
>> (clapping.) >> in 2013 san francisco legislators newsom agreed to allow the reciprocate of our soft story buildings those building house one and 20 thousand resident a program of that collect requires extensive outreach and this continuation of that process who is here and bill graham the perfect venue so in 2014 we have
the first earthquake retrofit a huge success we're repeating this model what we've done it put together venues that are time professionals and contractor are financing institutions a other services that help people comply with the retrofit and as you can see the thousands of members of the public their assessing over one hundred vendors to comply with the ordinance or make improvements on their property i came to get specification information and puck h picking up information if you don't know what twaur doing i take it overwhelming. >> we're pleased a critical mass of people are keying into knowing their relents and understanding what had are the next steps to take and they're figuring out who to talk to not only the contractor by the mustards and the architect and the structural engineers and
getting the full picture of what options are necessary and being pro-acti pro-active. >> so i'm very pleased to see the soft story buildings 99.9 percent complies the highest of the program of this scale of the history a citywide effort high blood pressure in every stretch of san francisco to understand real risks associated with earthquake and those are universally agreed on. >> at some point you need to gather information i'll be talking to another engineer to come out and take a look at it and basically get a second opinion i'm for second and third opinions it is inspiring to see all the property owners that want to do the right thing and for proactively figuring out what the solutions to get them that.
>> what is amazing to me here we are over two years of first retrofit fair and at the time we are rh2 out to contractors to help us and reaching it out to design professionals that soft story buildings is in any and people understanding how to comply now it is different an industry that springs up as a result of the - their professed and gotten the costs down with lower financing options and these are defined and now the gene progression and have the buildings are buildings and the compliance we understand the 2020 one and 20 thousand san francisco's 15 messenger of our population will live in a retrofit building those people buildings or lives in buildings with 5 or more residential building is soft story and wood
frame and built before 1978 that house that one and 20 thousand san franciscans. >> san francisco is being the leader in getting in done and as you may know los angeles passed their retrofit law two months ago at the sort of taken san francisco's lead on the one and tenth anniversary as the residents san francisco this is a road map to the city and going to give us us plan are these to keep folks here on a disaster and steps to build a resident waterfront by 2020. >> this involves more than one and 80 individuals and over 60 nonprofits and other companies this is a huge plan and what are the challenges we realize that
people are concerned about climatic change, sea level rise and not only the affiliated hazards but things hike you're our amp infrastructure and consumed by social and other things we see this in society everyday and how we try to mitigate those are ultimately a direct result how resident we are after earthquake other issue out of the strategy of the concept after a major earthquake of keeping 95 percent of population here in san francisco that's the single best thing to help a equitable recovery to keep people here keep people back to work and kids in school and a residents of normal after a disaster. >> alliance energy in our partner undertook comprehensive bid process we interviewed a
half-dozen of folks who wanted to have a part of our soft story buildings are ordinance so alliance energy project programming is a clean assess energy a special financing that is done using the taxed authority of local multiples and one of the interesting features the loan is tied to the property not the vital if an individual didn't have good credit but it is another option for people nt able to comply to find another avenue the assessment is actually places on the property and the builds for in that come literally a line item on the tax bill that's how you pay off the segment and tax. >> 20 or thirty years is all paid up front there are advantages your property tax well it is important to give
people on option and many private banks that provide loans over a are shorter term we wanted to create a longer pay back term. >> i think the next step for property owners after at the create themselves to take the plunge and quit the working downey done and have works of work done right of the right rest of the property owners can understand this process across the city. >> we need to do it. >> it is safety you know that's the bottom line safety. >> earthquake safety a everybody's responsibility that is providing the resources that people need to get done if you want to know more of the resources as a san franciscan resources as a san franciscan please visit the
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>> >>[gavel] >> good afternoon everybody welcome to a special meeting of the san francisco board of supervisors budget and finance committee. monday, august 1, 2016. my name is mark farrell i will be chairing this committee. i'm joined by katie tang as well as by supervisor norman yee and supervisor mar as well. i want to thank sfgov tv for covering the meeting today. mdm. clerk we have any announcements? >>