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years of lease finally the contingency will be responsible for the 33 center and the folks will be provided a maximum of nine hundred plus over the 4 year term of the lease on page 15 the net present value as erupted e opposed to the percentage rents that will result in the port paid by the to be paid by the contingency where the port receives approximately $7 million plus i'll emphasize again that is base rent not percentage rent. >> regarding our recommendation based on the recommendation the department submitted we agree that that
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we're join our recommendation on the bottom of page 15 and recommend you approve the amended legislation. >> thank you very much if no questions right now i just want to say to you for coming forward i've been waiting for this for years laughter. >> so thank you. i'm excited we're at that phase and congratulations on getting this. >> thank you. >> alter that point and thank you for all your hard work thank goodness we're here i have 3 speaker cards (calling names) anyone that wishes to speak please line up everyone will have 2 minutes. >> good morning my name is establishing in any professional capacity i'm executive vice president for the sgientd i'm
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familiar with the high services on the waterfront and providing access to san franciscans and visitors alike on our waterfront my personal capacity i have served on the board of the golden gate care onservancy and the parks successful and open to all visitors in san franciscans in bayview receipts the consciousnesscy helps to provide are interpret programs with the golden gate bridge and alcatraz and we many of you potentially visited the centers on alcatraz so i strongly urge to adopt this
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measure that will create and place for the alcatraz experience and have full confidence in the port. >> thank you very much next speaker, please. >> good morning, supervisors nice to see you familiar with both sides in the member six the conservancy - this is go for inform san francisco and glad to see this the correspondencecy don't a great job with the celebration a world-class capture and they'll do a great job. >> thank you, commissioner. >> morning john sftravel as you may know there are
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24.6 million visitors they spend billions of dollars every hour everyday and support 76 plus jobs one of the most attractive and top attractions is obviously alcatraz island and in fact, the 6 more visited designations in san francisco with 19 percent of all visitors that. come to san francisco visit the island easy access is important to maintain the attractivenessness and an iconic attraction this new agreement extends the papering that enable access from an place in close prompt to other amenity and attractions when placed together kraed create a designation that enhances the overall visitors attraction we
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wholeheartedly support this and congratulations to support and hope you'll approve that thank you. >> anyone wish to comment on this item seeing none, public comment is closed. supervisor tang. >> all right. thank you for your presentation he was reading through this and thought how i finally visited alcatraz for the first time i know embarrassing my parents waiting in line for a hotdog so i think this is be a wonderful experience so thank you very much for bringing 24 forgot with that said, i'll make a most to i make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> thank you very much supervisor tang and again, thank you for the presentation and thank you for all your hard work. >> mr. chair, i building an amendment. >> as amended first to amend and send fort with a positive
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recommendation. >> madam clerk add me as a co-sponsor without objection. >> okay madam clerk call item 5. >> item 5 retroactively 30 years the was the district attorney to accept and expend a - 2016 through june 2017 authorizing the office of district attorney to accept and expend a grant of 89 thousand for july 2017 through june 2018 and an amount of approximately 89 for the period of 2018 to 2019 to continue the criminal institution impact. >> thank you for having me. i'm the deputy chief of victim services i want to let you know that grant provides us an opportunity to let us have a resolution specialist to serve
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victims with the collection of restitution they're very helpful in bringing the gap between the operation department and the district attorney's office this last year, we trained over one he 50 staff mentioned on restitution to have a better understanding when the victim is entitled to collect for restitution and that's really it do you have any questions. >> supervisor tang. >> yeah. thank you chair farrell so in terms of the grant is that mostly towards training or for the restitution. >> it is for the staffing of the restitution specialist that restitution specialist that training not just looking at the collection but also getting out there and bridging that gap amendment it is difficulty in
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the district attorney probation officers and the victims when their understanding they can request restitution when the victim or the did not is found guilty or pleads guest guilty to a crime we found victims don't understand this resolution tuition specialist informs victims of their voting rights. >> okay we'll open up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 5 seeing none, public comment is closed. >> i'll make 80 a motion wmgsz to the full board. >> without objection. >> madam clerk call item 6. >> the resolution arthur's the execution and delivery of a multi family note in one or more series in an aggregate not to exceed $49.5 million to provide
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ferns of a construction multi family known as presidio prop x. >> thank you, supervisors i'm a project manager at the mayor's office of housing representing castro san francisco port commission and here to present the board with the 72 construction of multi family housing on connecticut also known as block x the transactions fundamentals have not changed since you presented 9 resolution to that committee in march of this year the issuance is a conduit finance with in recourse to the general fund all the project units will serve the families earning no more than 60 percent ami this is the phase one of the master plan the san francisco port commission and requires no relocation as it is a vacant
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site since march the developer 3wri7b8gd you think housing has excused allocation from the state the developer working with the city has identified financing team so we have on board the construction and permanent mortgage learned and investigator on council and municipal advisors the financing team met and developed a document in the package before you today, we anticipate closing many bond in mid-december with construction beginning in early 2017 construction is accepted to be complete in the summer of 2018 that concludes my presentation. if you have any questions i'm here. >> thank you very much any questions on item 6 okay opening up for public comment anyone wish to comment seeing none, public comment is closed. motion to move forward.
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>> i'll make a motion city college. >> we can take that without objection. >> madam clerk call item 7. >> item 7 resolution authorizing the conclusion and delivery of certificates of participation an tax exempt or bias evidencing and representing a principle amount, 201165 point plus million dollar and improvement on the animal care facilities only property within the city. >> okay. thank you very much this hematemesis was sponsored by supervisor tang. >> i know we have department staff to speak on the item excited to see you and thank you to the mayor's office and the capital team and our public finance team to make sure we are develop a new animal shelter in san francisco with great excitement we have this one of our final financial pieces with
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that, i'm going to turn it over to department staff. >> with the controller's office of public financials the proposal inviting $60 million in south of market of participation with the annual control facility to be located on 1419 bryant street with the approval the board authorizes the city to sell commercial paper to fund this on an inventory base and to provide permanent financing on a elementary basis the certifies are to be executed in amounts to be fell paid with interest financing and delivery expenses because the plan of finance is seeking a paper to finance the costs we estimate to deliver the certificates in the summer of 2018 with the approve of that
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resolution the board approves the related fence in the forms including the property and lease agreement and trust and a preliminary statement that is the former of notice of tennis for the fail and appendix a the resolution approving the revised preliminary statement will be brought back to the board with the financials and other areas of disclosure for the city will structure the certificates and a third party trustees the office of chief examiner portions the hospital and the animal care and control facilities about collectively serve as a lease property for the certificate lastly a reminder in march the board amended the capital plan for the animal control confidence certificates as the debt program in may of this
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year, the board approved the certificates for the animal care and control project i'm available to answer any questions and have virginia the director of ac c and ken the manager to answer any project related questions. >> thank you very much that presentation i think that just for public purposes and reminder of the cost and how much is comping from cop from the general fund appropriate i don't know if you want to speak to that harry maybe through the chair to mr. rose. >> mr. rose, can we go to your report. >> >> yes. chair farrell and supervisor tang, we report on page 19 the board of supervisors appropriated the 60 plus million dollars in certificates of
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participation precedes of which $49 million to fund the animal control and $10 million plus from debt services reserves and financing and 9 hundred plus for uncertainty and the interest rate and this is shown or detailed on page 20 of our report that is in the table one we also note that on page 20 based on a consciousness 1:00 and maturity date of 20 years the office of public finance estimates the interest rate payments to be approximately $5 million plus that is other than average and the total principle and interest over 20 years one plus $59 million is principle and $50 million plus
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is interest we recommend that you approve that resolution. >> okay. thank you very much mr. rose no questions. >> one more question i want to ask a real estate issue i know we're playing music chairs with sfmta and wanted an update. >> thank you for the question mr. chair and supervisor tang so the real estate is a proposed animal care on bryant is currently occupied by sfmta and public works is managing them to relocate them and renovate the building this project is currently on time for design that the giving of that predecessor project starts in the summer of 2015 for the relocation for the summer of 2018 we're on time for that as well. >> where is sfmta what exactly
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is happening you know that last time we remember we were sure the designation is 1570 burk avenue and so that their consolidating and renovating that warehouse for that designation and great to hear that was resolved. >> thank you very much. >> okay open up for public comment this time open up for public comment i know that supervisor tang has cards here everyone will have two minutes. >> thank you. i want to acknowledge the director of ac c but cards for (calling names) please come on up. >> good morning. my name is
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jane i serve on the animal control welfare commission been a long term volunteer as of november 2015 animal control meetings san francisco care and director donahue with the project sponsors from dpw presented plans for the shelter attending voice on the support for the building they'll meet the best practices and approve the level of adaptability it addresses the safety concerns for the public and the commission as well that was for these reasons that the commission recommended that the board of supervisors support the proposal to build a new shelter through the certifies of participation we're confident the new building will improve the quality of care for the shelter that is functional in
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the event of a disaster, and, secondly, i'd like to personally thank the board of supervisors commissioner tang in particular dpw and the city zoning administrator's and the budget and finance committee everyone pulled together it shows a great deep appreciation for the animals and for the people of san francisco so i thank you personally. >> thank you very much i too want to thank the city administrator's office. >> next speaker, please. >> i'm i'm the chair of sf dog and wholeheartedly support this new shelter and also that the couple's most people know that it is a place for adoption of dogs for often woman stay in
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abusive relationships they believe that people can bring their animals to aa c and protect them once a woman finds a place to live she can get her pet back if a fire destroys our home you can go there and fires - and a kwaernth disaster you can't underestimate the comfort knowing their pets will be taken care of whether natural or personal people died in new orleans because they refused to save themselves it was reassuring we'll not face those choices ac c will take care of the animal in the extreme cases and getting them the help to do
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this necessarily they need a new building. >> gandhi said you can judge the greatness of a nation how they treat their animals please move forward and support this building for animal control. >> thank you very much. >> next speaker, please. >> good morning, everybody. i'm micro the chief executive officer for the friends of animal control i wanted to you know if any of you viefdz the 14er89 you've seen the need for the new shelter and need i want to thank you for. making that happen i won't go through what jane said but there's a reason for the shelter number one i think that that was mentioned in the event of a major earthquake the shelter must be
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self-sufficient for 72 hours hours to take care of people and animals displaced we don't expect the building can do this the shelters are crowded and it is not heath having a new building allows for that the veterinary facilities doesn't cover that right now ac c staff can't properly isolate those animals so the new facilities will provide for that also, we will emphasis the animal care and controls is for people we heard in hurricane katrina people are jeopardizes their own safety as refuse to evacuate unless their pets are taken care of federal law is amended in 2006 to require the state and local
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preparation to include people are petsd it is important in animal shelter provide for this the shelter did a great job in it was converted to angle animal shelter for that length of time for 26 years we've going done a great job with the facilities and we really, really need this thank you for helping us and the animals. >> thank you very much any public comment on this item okay. seeing none. >> public comment is closed. all right. so with that, again, just really amazing effort group effort at the city to make that happen so i'm enthusiastically making a motion to move forward with a positive recommendation to the full board. >> thank you supervisor tang please put my name is a co-sponsor and supervisor tang know we'll not be here without the advocacy of supervisor tang
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over the last year plus on this item thank you very much and with that, madam clerk without objection. >> madam clerk would you call item 8 please. item 8 resolution for the sales of multi housing revenue bond not to exceed one plus million dollars for the financing for the construction of a three hundred 11 unit multi family housing in the city from 510 fulsome street. >> good morning. i'm gretchen the development specialist to the affordable housing team with the office of economic development today is a erases authorizing the issuance of multi family housing not to exceed one and $32 million to provide the affordable portion of a mixed use known as bloke 9
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located on 900 fulsome street as bridge housing are the developers thank you look at the map provide in our packets you'll see 72 hours between fundamentally street first street and ecker in the contributing project area that was established in june of 2005 with the board of supervisors adoption of tip of the iceberg redevelopment it is with ocii meeting the obligation by the assembly bill to insures that 35 percent of new housing units built in the project area are volleyball to and occupied by low income and moderate income households it will be comprised of 1 and 36 market-rate housing and one and 9 below-market-rate housing the total units in the building are 5 hundred and 4
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the below-market-rate housing will be located within the lower 21 floors of building and dispersed with the market-rate unit the bmr economist of 34 studios 61 one bedroom and two bedrooms and will be affordable to households earning up to 50 area medium income or for a 3 person household that will be finances with city tax exempt housing revenue bonds this transaction is a conduit financing and not requiring repayment the tax exempt in the california allocation committee expires in january of 2017 approval of this bond issuance by the november 29th board of supervisors meeting insures that the developments team has enough time to close the fencing for
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the expiration date to begin construction to there after. >> vertical construction of affordable of contributing 9 will begin in the winter and completed in the summer of 2019 the contributing 9 team precious our support and look forward to seeing you at at event that concludes my presentation. i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> thank you thanks very much any questions move on to public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 8 seeing none, public comment is closed. all right. thaengs for the very thorough presentation i'll make a motion to i make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> motion by supervisor tang and without objection madam clerk, is there any additional business to come before this body? >> there's no further business. >> thanks everybody
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(music) >> herb theatre,open rehearsal. listen to the rehearsal. i think it is fun for them, they see our work process, our discussions, the decisions we make. it is good for us. we kind of behavior little bit when we have people in the audience. msk (music) >> we are rehearsing for our most expensive tour; plus two concerts here.
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we are proud that the growth of the orchestra, and how it is expanded and it is being accepted. my ambition when i came on as music director here -- it was evident we needed absolutely excellent work. also evident to me that i thought everyone should know that. this was my purpose. and after we opened, which was a spectacular opening concert about five weeks after that the economy completely crashed. my plan -- and i'm absolutely dogmatic about my plans --were delayed slightly. i would say that in this very difficult timefor the arts and everyone,
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especially the arts, it's phenomenal how new century has grown where many unfortunate organizations have stopped. during this period we got ourselves on national radio presence; we started touring, releasing cds, a dvd. we continue to tour. reputation grows and grows and grows and it has never stopped going forward. msk(music) >> the bay area knows the orchestra. you maybe take things for granted a little bit. that is simply not the case will go on the road. the audiences go crazy. they don't see vitality like this on stage. we are capable of conveying joy when we play. msk(music)
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>> any performance that we do, that a program, that will be something on the program that you haven't heard before. string orchestra repertoire is pretty small. i used to be boxed into small repertoire. i kept constantly looking for new repertoire and commissioning new arrangements. if you look at the first of the program you have very early, young vibrant mendelson; fabulous opener and then you have this fabulous concerto written for us in the orchestra. is our gift. msk(music) >> and then you have strauss,
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extraordinary piece. the most challenging of all. string orchestra work. 23 solo instrument, no violin section, now viola section; everybody is responsible for their part in this piece. the challenge is something that i felt not only that we could do , absolutely could do, but i wanted to show off. i can't tell you how aware i am of the audience. not only what i hear but their vibes, so strong. i have been doing this for a long time. i kind of make them feel what i want them to feel.
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there is nobody in that audience or anywhere that is not going to know that particular song by the fourth note. and that is our encore on tour. by the way. i am proud to play it, we are from san francisco. we are going to play that piece no matter where we are.
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>> comblj wrirt welcome to the the special meeting of the government audit & oversight joined by commissioner norman yee and on my left supervisor
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president london breed our clerk clerk erica major thank you for putting up that those special hearing madam clerk, any announcements? >> yes. electronic devices. completed speaker cards and documents to be included should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the november 5th board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thank you, ms. major. >> number one the existing building standards and schematic safeties stones with in fill and asking the department of building inspection to report. >> thank you good afternoon and thank you to my colleagues for being here to continue this hearing that we started in september and late september after rufksz by the san francisco chronicle with regard to the millennium tower the
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first high-rise seismically in fill area has sunk more than double the original projections of 4 to 6 inches to 16 inches and is payroll titling two inches towards northwest and further we understand that it will continue to sink up to 32 inches and further exacerbating at the base frankly the september hearing didn't guess as well to recap i was disappointed with the lack of transparency and the follow-up from our department of building inspection and throughout the hearing was fulfilled by contradictory responses to our line of
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questions and the hands off approach by the department to anything outside of a complaint which still is absent behalf egging we want to spend a few minutes talking about why the department is solely complaint driven in the intervening 5 weeks some progress we're in position of a letter from the department of building inspection that was issued yesterday that speaks to some broader policy changes which we'll discuss a little bit and also as i think we're all aware yesterday the department of building inspection issued notice of violations as to certain features at the building that or suffering from the effects of that sinking we have flexible taken steps at the
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board of supervisors introducing a 200 and 50 thousand for consultants to provide guidance to our department of emergency management as well as the department of building inspection and he introduced legislation to form a seismically group after uc berkley a tall building initiative since the last hearing the city's board of appeals that a subdivision of this prosecuted has received one and 70 owners demanded their property tax are reassessed based on the real or preserved value of their unit and, of course, the city attorney has issued a number of subpoena
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panes to determine what disclosed windows and units were they're sold as you recall we know as early as of february of 2009 millennium and the department of building inspection knew that the, was not performing up to the projections that trespassed well the technology firmer so forth in 2005 i want to give director tom huh-uh the time to make opening remarks and a series of questions for some of the department staff mr. hui.
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>> good morning, supervisors thank you for having me. to just want you up to the september you know the hearing first of all, i want to say our department you know the goal is make sure the safety of the public and property we are responsible for 200 thousand building with single-family to high rise i'll elaborate with the 301 mission resident and make sure you know their belief is safe that's my job my duty to make sure of it and insure any department is more transparent and also you know to make sure the safety is the number one priority for the department
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from this incident i still continue to go to the root of it how to improve our courses and how to make the policies more transparent and to know thank the public for the san franciscans and express we feel residents and owner last month or so will the action plan you outlined from our you know chronologically event first of all. the selection process 82 and 83 i immediately - in october the meeting to i'm endorsed
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administratively to have the selection of reveal panel to be selected by the department basically independent and this is only beginning we will do more and improve the ab 82 and 83 million we worked with zoning administrator office to work with them to try to get an independent panel to study all the data from the you know for 301 mission and also to reveal any submittal by the vera developer and the homeowner association we ask the homeowners association as you may know you're aware of last month the attorney for the association say
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thank you can't contact us 5 times and then we find out they sent to wrong address that's okay we after the meeting we have flexible a merging with them and come up with a plan they need to monthly to send us the updates you know because they hired the technical engineer to monitor the situation and come up with a plan also you know at the department we are open to me suggestion by the public this is potential and then we can work together to work the goal and we - i commit to work with the supervisors and the mayor's office and the zoning administrator's office and to try to find out how we can
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resolve that issue and get all the data that's my you know job to make sure that everything done right and we'll be transparent and anything we always will be informed of that committee and the board of supervisors and my commission and everyone and the bill will help me to have read the statements i know a little bit of confusion that's my fault learn from this incident and from from the bottom of my heart i want to help to resolve that with the board of supervisors and the mayor and everyone to get this resolved >> i'm happy to hear from mr. strong but i'll repeat what i heard the department going forward will require a developer
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to pay the department the department in turn will hire the geotech or hire and instruct the peer reviewers is that what i'll elaborate hearing. >> today, the developer will pay the consultant directly but right now, i'm still working on it because i will come up with an idea at least the number of expertise in different areas and picked by our department and the developer need to pay us in our account and we'll be paid directly to the peer review panel there will be no - you know something people have flexible a rumor or the developer pay the consultant
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they maybe you know have flexible their opinion and director hui when do you have flexible it is going procedures in place. >> first of all, it is in place but it takes time to find out how many consultants because beside the geotechnical they make and some of the life safety issues like the you know smoke controller and all those we need to erase he will try to do it as quickly as possible we need to go through those bound by the rules. >> in terms of timing any projects that are subject to peer review any about to be peer reviewed. >> right now there is no some ongoing i don't know the exact number the one coming in and out
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right now the procedure we need to do. >> with regards to the hamburger report you furnd or firebird to the board of supervisors and the mayor's office that was peer reviewed who is peer reviewing is that an instance the department is hiring that peer reviewer. >> we have flexible one preliminary we're waiting for the peer group to reveal that report we want to have flexible an expert opinion virtually to reveal that. >> okay i'm going to turn it over to and bill and ask you a few questions. >> thank you, bill strong local agency formation commission i'll add respect to the hamburger report once the
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panel is in review they'll look at the documents and request for source data than available to us right now that it is in mr. hamburgs position the other point the director didn't talk about we have flexible also started implementing a new records retention policy with respect to all engineering letters that are tied to future and tall building construction projects and those will be kept with the projects inspection records and made more readily have youable by both dbi staff and the members of the public. >> we've discussed for
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sometime that it is scientifically complicate we're finding phases of objecting all the details and once the pier review folks are in place to review some of the data points and assessments that are coming forward from mr. hamburg or patrick we'll pubically be is a better position how to move forward with what is an important issue. >> mr. strong by timeframes you exterminate mr. hamburgs report to be reviewed. >> as director hui was saying getting the panel yes, ma'am paneled i don't know if we're looking at another 2 or 4 weeks but certainly happily report
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back to you as soon as we have flexible a number we can rile. >> can you address beyond the steps of the hamburg report are taken to have flexible complete stabilization of the 301 building street. >> i don't know if we very specific stuff. >> supervisor supervisor peskin first of all, our department can not recommend how to you know stabilize the building and once we have flexible the pier rectify panel and we'll also one of the items we ask the developer to come up with a plan how to do it you know to stabilize that right now you know from their report they
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say safe but we need owe independent look to review the data and ask more questions. >> mr. hui on september if you guys wrote a letter to millennium partners to shawn jeffries vice president in our capacity as the chief that building official with regards to them so on and so forth some remedial action plans and wanted to response in 5 days from september 23rd what have we gotten beyond the ham allergy report of october 3rd. >> supervisor i can tell you we've received open september 28th about one and 40 files that constituted 4
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thousand pages of documents we have been going through those documents to see if there's any information that is germane to what is going on with the settling i don't believe we've completed that review given the volume but that again is a series of technical information we will make available to the peer review group as director hui was saying. >> director hui have flexible you reviewed the 2016 hamburger report. >> i briefly looked at that but asked you know my team my principle engineer tom and my civil engineer gary to review
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it. >> all right. who should i ask questions about the hamburger report to it is interesting the 2014 draft report slis you intended in our report you sent us yesterday in mid-july you ended up with a copy of the draft report how did you get that. >> yeah. i called ron and then ms. johnson saying have flexible someone delivered to my office an july 20th you know sent to us and right away gave to my team. >> ms. johnson karen johnson is that who you're referring to. >> yes. that's correct. >> and - has anyone reviewed
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the 2016 as compared to the 2014 draft report. >> yes. hanson and . >> gary is not here but hanson is maybe we can ask you a few questions about that. >> good afternoon supervisor good afternoon mr. tom the 2014 report clearly makes some recommendations as to actions that could be undertaken by millennium to stabilize the building all of that is scrub out of 2016 final foundation settlement investigation did you notice that. >> yes. >> what did you make of that. >> the 2014 report does spell
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out some remedial measures that can be done like settling the foundations some of that that duck tile beams and something in the locations below the basement levels when he read that when i read the 2016 report it is not there all they say is just the building is safe at the time of the report. >> and as a builder inspector what do you think about that mr. tom. >> well, this is a very complicated building first, the settlement issue and the report bye bye mr. juan
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hamburger has reduced it by invited it by enforcement modeling and computer hardware when you build a come putter modeling you have flexible to have flexible a lot of experience to build the computer modeling and have flexible a lot of engineering assumptions so those assumptions modeling i feel you have flexible to be review it by expert panel review team is age mature to make a judgment i know our directors there will be a review team headed by the chief administrator's office i hope that will be pretty quick.
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>> i appreciate that i'm not talking about complex modeling but the fact the same author relatively to the same building two years earlier suggests is set of measures to endorse the map for reducing the damage by installing cement outward and by 2016 when we all the building has continued to sink and tilt in guess not about whether or not we're doing complex modeling by any desire by the developers for the city to come up with remedial measures. >> i think that is a good question supervisor peskin but they removed that recommendation in that 2016 report you know so i noticed that the difference
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in the two reports. >> did you notice other differences he noticed a few in exemplary that it looks like that is extremely lawyered i hope give us you a concern clearly the changes from 2014 to 2016 i can give you any number including changes the tenses for example, in the first hamburger report written in the introduction it was d water the zones increased resulting in an increase in stress on the deposits and the consolidation of those soils that ruled in total and differential settles and indeed in the second report they changed the verbiage to
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this consolidation would in turn rudiment in total differential settlement across the site the whole verbiage i hope the department looks like this report acknowledges the fact it is written by millennium partners in an attempt to absolve themselves and point fingers added others parties rather than dealing with what we know by their own admission the building sunk in 20093 inches; right? >> and hanson or mr. tom while we've got you up here your august 2016 memo entitled the 30 is permit review identifies professor jack of the uc berkley and structural engineer as two
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outside highly respected experts was it dbis- >> even though the building was designed under a prescribe active design but i say height of the building and the complexity of the system needs another review at the beginning the building but this is a code pro descriptive design i want them to at least go to a peer review panel at the time it was a significant building but they only agree on the structural system reelevated i brought up the fact that the


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