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>> yes. we could wait i mean i get some little reluctant to cancel this one because were the second one we are canceling. it is some critical item i think we should wait for the next hearing about suicide by january 4. it's like we will cancel that but we can still wait >> we will advise staff. very good. >> likewise, july 5 >>[inaudible] [off mic] we will wait. >> at this time we will take public comment on our hearing schedules. any member of the public was to comment on this seeing none, hearing none, public comment is closed. >> very good commissioners. is there a desire to adopt the hearing schedule as proposed then? moved and seconded. >> on that- >>[inaudible]
[off mic] >> no. this is on the hearing schedule. related speak about the hearing schedule you can come up now. okay. >> on a motion to adopt the 2017 hearing schedule as proposed, commissioner johnck aye johns aye pearlman aye hyland aye wolfram aye so moved that motion passes unanimously 5-0. commissioners that places on consent calendar. all items listed here under constitute a consent other arvind considered to be retained by the historic preservation commission committee active on bicycle roll call vote. the we know separate discussion and less a matter of the commission of the core stuff so requested which event it should be removed from the consent calendar and considered as a separate item at this or future hearing. item 7 a-b 2015 at 35 5520 street
good commissioners you consider this certificate of appropriateness and zoning administrator would consider the request for a variance. i have no speak regards. >> does anybody wish to discuss the consent calendar? does any member of the public was to have this removed from the consent calendar and put it on a regular calendar? seeing none, will bring it back to the commission. motion to approve the consent calendar i guess we have the zoning administrator. are you want to speak out? after we go. >> i moved to approve the consent calendar >> moved and seconded. >> on a motion to approve item 7 a on consent johnck aye johns aye pearlman aye hyland aye wolfram aye so moved that motion passes unanimously 5-0. zoning administrator, what say you >> i will close a public hearing for that we are variance and [inaudible] standard condition >> very good. commissioners that places on regular calendar. for items eight d,
730 polk st., 2095 these st, 4004 3rd st., 330 divisadero st., 999 valencia st., 671 broadway, 1633 haight street respectively. >> good afternoon commission. planning department staff. the items before you today are 15 legacy business nominations and applications which were submitted to the planning department on october 17 and ready for your recommendation.
all applications were previously reviewed by the office of small business for completion prior to transmittal to the planning department. your commission packets containing a draft resolution reached this is outlined physical features and traditions associated with the success of the business. the first application before you today is for arrow and stamp quinn company 51-year-old family business in sunset district at buys sells appraises and consigned stamps and coins for collectors. the next application is for [inaudible] fabric since 1952 offers the countries largest selection of textiles with his buttons and trim. clariion music center a china town based business is a chinatown based business provided music lessons in western and chinese instruments as well as code to programming since 1982.:
castro's own style diner serving traditional american fare since 1971 and is known for its support of aids and hiv survivors and promoting gay pride. the next application is for dance per gauge a local company that is presented socially relevant dance performances since 1986 and has managed the dance mission theater space in the mission district for 20 years. the next application is for golden gate fortune cookies a popular chinatown destination and the only local business that makes and sells handmade fortune cookies. hamburger haven is a 1960s breakfast and hamburger diner to serve the richmond district for 48 years. navarro's tempo karate studio is a multigenerational family business that is taught the art of self-defense to mission district of his residence for 50 years. project open hand is a nonprofit organization based
in the tenderloin district that provides free of the meals, groceries and nutrition counseling in education and social work services to senior citizens in critically ill members of the community. these sacred grounds café is a neighborhood coffee shop in the panhandle that has served as a creative hub for poets students and artist since 1972. sam jordan some part is a neighborhood gathering spot since 1959 that is served as a hub for the african-american community and-as a hub for african-american community building and organizing for over 50 years. it's building is designated as san francisco limerick number 263. the next application is for san francisco prostatic orthotic service located on divisadero street and manufactures and sells quality prostatic
orthotic devices for patients to achieve their functional goals. the next application is for valencia whole foods neighborhood health food store in the mission that is provided fresh organic groceries to mission district residents since 1990. it recently reevaluated this coming year with a likely increase in rents. vip coffee and cake shop is a family business in hong kong style café that has served the chinatown and north beach communities since 1985. the last application is for sam sam long-standing cocktail lounge known for its classic cocktails and distinctive 1940s era persian art deco interior.
after reviewing these applications staff finds the businesses have met the criteria to qualify for listing on the legacy business letter registered this concludes my presentation good i'm happy to answer any questions. we are a number of people who wish to speak today on behalf of the applications. >> thank you very much. what we are only do now is take public comment good i'm try to organize the speaker cards elizabeth so that the different people speaking about the different organizations, coming up together and i will call probably about three people at a time if you could line up and in each speaker will have 2 min. and you have a warning bell, 30 seconds before your time is up. pardon me if some of this not totally organize them try to get it organized. the first speakers are terrance faltered, dennis dorrington, claire sue and dennis plastered. karen's fault or, if you could come up. >>[calling public comment cards] the other
speakers if you could line up against the wall. >>[calling public comment cards] >> my name is dennis nor intend. i'm the owner and sole proprietor of the arrow stamp and coin company. located at 2395 21st ave. i was founded by my father, john laurentian, in 1955. that makes it 61 years old. at the time it was located right around the corner from our current location at 1102 taraval st. it has a very extensive history and basically, when we opened i remember as a young boy when i immediately helped in the business, as a young boy, i remember the streetcars still had their catchers on. a few of them did
and basically the postage rates we were talking that stands for collectors was three cents. it cost three cents to mail a first-class letter. the comedy was founded by my father and mother and they open their doors of the business in 1956. basically, it's been in continuous existence since that time and even though they are no longer around, i continue to run the business full-time and the owner is also prior as i stated first of all. the business has drawn on a very interesting history. it's drawn on a number of clients from the sunset parkside area. the nature of the copy of sparrow which is stamp collecting is as universal
appeal that franklin donor wrote roosevelt was a stamp collector and their many many people in the sunset area. we've had over the years will been very loyal clients of ours. in addition because of the specialized nature of the business, we draw clients from not only other parts of the san francisco but all over the bay area and basically throughout the united states and even had some foreign climes at times >> thank you very much. sir, thank you. your time is up. >> thank you. i will finish. basically what i want to state was one of the things we do as with regard to the community and done so in the past, we have gone to numerous libraries and schools and set up displays did basically this teaches the children >> sir, your time-
>> is not have the resources to communicate >> thank you very much. >>[applause] >> >>[calling public comment cards] >> when i first heard about this proposal, for heritage business am i talked to [inaudible] and said you're a star case could i walk in there about 1961 done as a stamp collector and he was always an expert on stamps. stamps and coin.. coins. all go through it very quickly. his [inaudible] is probably basic resource in the sunset district on stamps and coins. they handle a lot of estate cases and things like that looking at them and coming up with values. just by way of background is a huge area in which i could describe in a short time but stamp collecting
has existed since 1840 with one penny black the first stamp ever issued and coin collecting goes back to ancient china. the -dynasty about 1100 bc and also ancient lydia. the electric coins going back to 650 bc. it's a vast area. this a lot of interest in the community and all you to do is take a look at the probate cases and you'll see many probate cases coins and stamps are in there. other than that that's the end of my sermon but he has a good business that's been around a long time. upon case >> thank you. >>[applause] >>[calling public comment cards] >> thank you. i actually submitted two cards. one for my
own business and the other for sacred grounds café and shall i lump the two together interview one presentation? >> that is fine. or you can come back and do two. >> no. it makes sense to combine them. sacred rounds caéé started having poetry readings since 1972. i think it's one of the longest running poetry readings series in the city or maybe in the country. i was a-i'm still a beneficiary of that poetry reading series because when i was 44 i discovered poetry and then i discovered sacred grounds and i was able to go in and participate and work on my skills and to this day i'm still a regular attendee at the sacred grounds café. because