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recipients in san francisco, and there's a breakdown of recipients. more demographic information. you know, so based on those who receive s.s.i. in san francisco, 50% were eligible due to a disability, 46% are due to their age. and again, some more data there about ethnic breakdowns. so this is a really cool slide. it showes sort of the zip code in san francisco and where these people live. if you look at the key there, sort of the darker color concentrations show the higher
number of s.s.d. recipients. 92124, that's the hunters point bayview area, a lot of recipients there. as well as the bayview, and the tenderloin neighborhood. so what we've done is to help sort of handle the influx of work that will come with, you know, meeting the demand of all these new clients, h.s.a. has hired some new staff. we've hired a total of 33 new f.t.e.s, and this slide provides a breakdown of those classifications. so for instance, 10923, manager two, three clerks, five senior clerks, and so on. so in a nutshell, this slide
explains if there's an existing cal fresh household with an s.s.i. number who was previously -- who was previously ineligible for cal fresh, the s.s.i. member does not need to submit an application for cal fresh. they just need to wait until their annual recertification comes around, and then, the county will automatically add them to the caseload, so, you know, just want to make that point. and also, that once we do add the member to the caseload, there's a very small chance that benefits may decrease. so i guess -- there was another slide prior to this. i guess it didn't make it on, but there are other slides called the s.n.b. and t.n.b. which may offset any decrease
that may happen to the caseload figure. so if their allotment goes down for whatever reason, then f.n.b. and t.n.b. will kick in and bring them back up to their original benefit amount. i hope that makes sense. so this slide here just shows a little bit of the media coverage around the expansion of the s.s.i.-s.s.d. recipients. kc-26 as well as kcbs radio. a lot of good press out there about this positive change. community outreach. okay. so -- so this gives you a calendar sort of of event that we've taken on -- sorry. let's get to the right page here.
bear with me. okay. this is a calendar of activities through the fall. the state of california is conducting paid outreach that will benefit san francisco. if you look on the far left, the may column, you'll see that h.s.a. copartnered with daas on holding two community forums where over 200 food security organizations and daas providers attended, so it is really -- really a -- it was really -- really a great turnout, and thanks to daas for partnering with us on those two events. and then, if we skip to august, you'll see that we launched the two-in-one san diego campaign.
so two-in-one san diego, the vendor that we work with, and what they do is an outbound phone campaign to those, you know, 41,000 s.s.i. recipients in san francisco to help them apply for cal fresh via telephone. so the first priority group that they're calling is actually the ihss clients, so that's amazing. and they started calling august 1. and then, third, actually also this week, we found five new outpatients sprinkled around san francisco. if you guys remember that slide on the zip codes, daas, they were really instrumental in helping us with our research to finding ageing and disability resources around san francisco that we could partner with and have an out station.
they just help all the workers in the building apply for cal fresh. okay. so big thanks to our outreach partners, again, cdss, the food bank, daas, 211 san diego, getcalfresh.org. we just want to ask our awesome partners in the community to help us spread the word about this policy shift. help educate your clients about this, and we at h.s.a. developed a toolkit. it's a partner toolkit, and i can share a copy with you all. i can give out to bridget to handout, and please get the word out to apply. it takes ten minutes on
calfresh.org. this is just a picture of what the partner toolkit with me. i have a few copies with me i can pass out today, and ways to apply. we -- this is our mantra -- click, call, come in. so please, you know, to help sort of keep the lines workable in our county offices, we encourage people to go on to getcalfresh.org, or call our 800 number or come in to our offices. so that's all. >> thank you. any comments or questions from the commission? hearing none, any comments or questions from the public? hearing none, thank you. >> thank you. >> item 8, review and approval
>> that is pretty incredible, but i remember this. my question is, it sounded as if she was saying there was approximately 40,000 new individuals for cal fresh, and so is this effort supposed to help with that? is that part of this contract? >> correct, this is seen as just one part of a larger effort. the county department of social services sent some money over to
the department of aging saying, how about you help with targeting folks 60 and over. and do an allocation base throughout the state and come up with $66,000 which comes down to us, which is to be used to target older adults, 60 and over , solely recognizing that six a $6,000, and the grand scheme, is not the largest amount of money, but we hope to at least cover some staff time to support the much larger coordinated effort. >> one other question, what would you see as being successful at the end of the day if we were able to in role tenth out -- able to unroll 10,000? >> they are asking us to meet a couple of targets with these funds, and their two categories.
there is an outreach category, how many people do we send this information to? that is usually calculated as an estimate. the numbers are asking us to meet on that level within the thousands. there's also someone asking us to actually track the amount of applications which are submitted , that is actually not approved, but submission and there is a mechanism to do that. i do not have this exact numbers to me, i will send them through budget to you. those are probably good targets for us to reach. >> any other comments or questions? any comments or questions from the public? hearing none, may i have a motion to approve? >> so moved.
>> do i have a second? thank you. any further comments for discussion? all in favor? >> aye. >> any opposed? thank you. motion carries. item b., requesting authorization to motto -- modify the contract with central communications inc. for provision of hotline answering services for adult protective services and family and children's services for the time period of september first, 2019 to august 31st, 2021 in the additional amount of $50,000 plus a 10% contingency for a total amount not to exceed $110,000. welcome, carrie wong. do i have a motion to discuss? thank you. carry? >> good morning, commissioners. i am pleased to present to you the central communications contract for your approval. we are requesting for the contract lot to extend two years
of $50,000. i do want to note a typo that was kindly pointed out this morning that the annual amount is for fiscal year 19-20, not 18 -19 for 25,000, and fiscal year 19-20 is actually 2021, so it is a total $50,000 modification moving forward. so per state regulation, both adult protective services and family and children's services are mandated to accept and respond to reports of abuse and neglect on children, older adults and adults with disabilities. this is on a 24-hour basis and we have been providing the services for a number of years. we are adding to the scope of services for the next two years to extend to hotlines for the
public guardian and public conservatorship. this will also be for evenings and weekends, issues range from medical decisions to psychiatric issues that may arise after hours. sometimes individuals are sick or require cold -- code org palliative or palliative care decisions, or if they passed away. this will allow the public guardian and public conservator to be more responsive to the care needs of providers such as hospitals, skilled nursing homes , and boarding cares. we will also provide care only 24-hour basis for individuals who are under conservatorship. there will be a pilot phase this first fiscal year for three months in the fall, during the pilot phase, there will be no direct impact on the contract. workers will contact the public guardian or public conservator staff directly based on internal costs. the contractor will be contacted after the after hours program is ready to launch and we will
arrange for the numbers and have a market and strategy and be able to do presentations to community hardware his. the call volumes are 2504 abs and family and children's services respectively. abs tends to average more of these calls. we are not adding new dollars because the contract itself, there tends to be contract savings and we understand a little bit. and then whatever we develop in terms of the points, we will establish the trends and reset the amount for future needs if needed. >> thank you very much. are there any comments or questions? >> i want to add that carrie graciously moved over from her previous role of long-term-care director to the public administrative public right-hand role. she has currently -- is currently the manager.
i wanted to point that out because we have seen her in a different role before. >> congratulations. that is a significant challenge, but i'm sure you are up for it. any other comments or questions? >> i have a question. >> this program was established in 2017. how do you measure that it is working? >> this contract is for the after hours contract itself, and so family and children services have had this contract continuously since 2009, and then four abs, it is one -- and then for a.p.s., they reached all the targets every year. we haven't received any complaints or issues from the public regarding any dropped calls or any problems with the
hotline. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> you mentioned the number of calls, i thank you said 250 -- i thank you said 250. the particular contract, the extra hours. what are the usual number of calls that you get. >> we get monthly reports and then every time there is a call, we also get actual daily reports of the calls. so we average about 250 per program, per month. family and children services of his about 250.
a.p.s. tends to have more of them. >> and this contract will include more -- you are seeing it expands into the conservatory of the public guardian. >> so during the pilot phase, it will probably be around september to december, so about three months for us to work out the processes internally, and the training staff, and that sort of thing, so there's no direct -- we are not launching any marketing campaign. the public doesn't know, so there is nothing -- there will not be an influx of calls. we will just go through the normal cause of calling -- because of calling adult protective services. we just deal with it internally. really, there is no direct impact on the contract, at earliest, springs. >> that expands a lot. they give very much. >> thank you. any other comments or questions? any comments or questions from the public? hearing none, i have a motion to
approve. >> so moved. >> do i have a second? >> any other comment? all in favor? >> aye. >> any opposed? thank you. motion carries. item c., requesting authorization to enter into a new contract with thomson reuters for the provision of firm central case management and westlaw online legal research tools during the period of july first -- september 1st, 2019 through june 30th, 2022 in the amount of $100,495 plus a 10% contingency for a total grant amount not to exceed $110,544. welcome to janet for the discussion. do i have a motion to discuss? >> so moved. >> second. >> thank you. janet? >> good morning, commissioners. i am the head attorney for the
public administrator and the public guardian, which are two offices housed in dawes -- housed in daas. the office is currently using both products, however, it is my understanding that in the prior year, we are able to enter into this arrangement through our i.t. department and procurement. due to a change in process, even that there is a ppi and a baa, it needs to be an interest gated contract, and that requires commission approval. that is why i am here. i'm happy to answer any questions about the contract if you have them, but i think it is somewhat self-explanatory. >> thank you, very much.
>> my question is, i looked at the budget every year and there is a 5% increase. i am just asking this question. >> that is my understanding if you approve it, it will be allowed. >> any other comments or questions from the commission? >> also, when i look at the last page, someone should read out the number because the number is a little bit off. it is still not the correct number. >> okay. >> thank you, commissioner. any other comments or questions? any comments or questions from the public? may i have a motion to approve? >> so moved. >> second. >> any further comments or questions? all in favor? >> aye. >> any opposed? thank you. the motion carries. thank you very much. item d., requesting authorization to enter into a
new contract agreement with net smart technologies inc. for access to home health electronic record system during the period of september first, 2019 through june 30th, 2022 in the amount of $45,000 plus a 10% contingency for total amount not to exceed $49,500. may i have a motion to discuss? >> so moved. >> second? >> second. >> thank you. >> good morning, commission. my name is rhea and i am the nurse manager for the clinical quality assurance unit here at daas. we started leading nurses into the function of adult protective services and in-home supportive services while our social workers are doing their hard
work investigating abuse or allegations of abuse. our community based nurses and public health nurses are focusing on the clinical needs of the clients. client. clients with complex functional needs and clinical needs. we partner with a.p.s. chi , i hs with addressing the needs of the clients. to document or chart the medical records, our assessments, medication records, we use net smart and that is the software that we use to not only document our clinical findings, but also we want to report so you better know or understand our client population and also address the risk involved with the population we are serving.
the commission is requesting we continue to use the software that allows us to document client records and allows us to prioritize what we need to see when we are partnering with our programs. >> thank you very much. any comments or questions on the commission? just one. are we confident and comfortable with the confidentiality? >> i am. >> thank you. >> thank you. any other questions from the
commission? any comments or questions from the public? hearing none, i have a motion to approve. >> so moved. >> second. >> second. >> thank you. all in favor? >> aye. >> any opposed? thank you. motion carries. >> thank you. now the item on the agenda is general public comment. hello, jessica. >> good morning, commissioners and welcome to the new commissioners. i am with senior and disability action. i wanted to comment on the conversation earlier about pedestrian safety. thank you so much for your interest and attention to this topic. one thing, commissioner asked us about the electric vehicles on the street. that has been a great concern to
a lot of us with electric scooters and delivery robots. folks most likely know it, but we let scooters run wild in the streets and then fortunately, we really clamped down and put a lot of limits on it. it has been a lot better. we are concerned that once the pilot concludes that, it may change. we will need to be on top of making sure there are serious limits because even with things being better than they were, they are still not perfect, and we still should not have any scooters on the street. we know it is dangerous for everyone, especially seniors with disabilities. similarly, we do need to advocate for the m.t.a. to have clear guidelines about delivery robots, and it is also part of the bigger question of what is happening to public spaces, that are public sidewalks being shrunk and taken over by private companies that are using them to make money?
instead of really being spaces at the public can get around freely. it was mentioned about bus shelters and that has been a concern as well that a lot of but shelters have been removed, which makes it difficult for seniors and people with disabilities to wait for the bus , whether it is about not having a place to sit, and not being able to be protected. it looks like the transit system is very closely linked to people being able to leave their house and get around the neighborhood and community. as far as the m.t.a., it has been an interesting challenge that we have worked for a lot of engineers, but there are different engineers working on all these different projects. it is a matter of educating all of them to be thinking about accessibility concerns, and we have seen with the parking protected bike lanes, they have been pushed for good reason to make it safer for bicyclists, and it is not good solutions that we don't restate -- restrict accessibility for
seniors and people with disabilities. we have been trying to work on coming up with solutions. and educating m.t.a. engineers about how they can think about it and coming up with some new ideas. so, i would invite any of you are interested to come up and participate in senior and disability action's transit justice group at least once a month. is a community group putting together seniors and people with disabilities to work on these issues. and tyra is the head of that. there is also a vision zero senior and disability pedestrian safety group that is coordinated by walk s.f. and we also meet once a month and meet representatives of different coalitions. i spoke -- i also want to ask people to save the date at the annual celebration on thursday, october 3rd, and we will have invitations at the next meeting. i hope some of you can attend.
>> mr. president you have a quorum. >> thank you. please join me in the pledge of allegiance. i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> on behalf of the board, i would like to acknowledge the staff of sf gov tv.
they record each of our meetings and make the transcripts available, to the public, online. madame clerk, are there any communications? . >> clerk: we received a communication from the office of supervisor wilton, who indicated he would be late in attending the meeting as he is attending a funeral this morning. >> thank you very much. colleagues, before we move forward with our meeting today. i want to share a message of unity and strength with the city of gilroy. we are outraged, by yet another horrific mass shooting, to the community of gilroy, we stand by you. to the victims, and their families, we are praying for you and we pledge to fight until action is taken on gun reform. lost to us today are 25-year-old trevor irving, 13-year-old,
kayla salazar, and 6-year-old stephen romero. please join me in a moment of silence, to honor the young wives stolen for this unnecessary act of violence. -- lives stolen for this unnecessary act of violence. thank you. colleagues, today we are approving the minutes from the june 20, 2019 special -- special
board meeting. the june 25, 2019 regular board meeting and do 19, 2019 -- -- june 19, 2019 and june 20 -- [ crying ] 2019. board and finance committee meetings. which constituted a quorum of the board of supervisors. are there any changes to these meeting minutes? seeing none. can i have a motion to approve as presented made by supervisor fewer and seconded by supervisor mandleman. these will be approved after public comments. madame clerk, can you please read the consent agenda one through 20. . >> clerk: mr. president, given
that supervisor walton is not present in the chamber, and eddie funeral today would you like a motion to excuse him from the votes until he arrives? >> a motion made by supervisor safai, seconded by supervisor stefani. we would take this motion to excuse mr. wong from the votes until he gets here. okay. . >> clerk: 1-20 are on consent. these items are considered to be routine. if a member objects an item can be removed and considered separately. >> okay. colleagues? today, i'm sorry, would anyone like to sever any items from the consent agenda? seeing no names. madame clerk, please call to roll. [roll call]
. >> supervisor yee: colleagues, these ordinances are passed on the resolutions adopted. madame clerk, please call items 21-30 together area. >> items 21-30 or 10 ordinances on final reading that pertain to the budget for the city and county of san francisco for fiscal years 2019-2020 and 2020-2021.
item 21, appropriates receipts and expenditures as of june 21 of 2019. item 23 is ordinance adopting the neighborhood beautification and graffiti clean-up fund tax designation ceiling for tax year 2019. item number 24, 190624, ordinance authorizing the execution and delivery of certificates of participation, in one or more series from time to time, on a tax-exempt or taxable basis, evidencing and representing an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $160,000,000 to refinance certain certificates of participation that financed various capital improvement projects and finance certain additional capital improvements; approving the form of a third item number 25, 190626, ordinance appropriating $160,000,000 of one or more series of refunding certificates of participation proceeds, de-appropriating series 2009a and 2009b certificates of participation of prior reserve funds of $16,500,000 and re-appropriating refunding certificates of participation series 2019-r1 of $176,500,000 and placing these funds on controller's reserve pending the sale of the certificates of participation for fy2019-2020.
item number 26, 190627, ordinance amending the fire code to increase fees for certain fire department services; and affirming the planning department's determination under the california environmental quality act. item number 27, 190628, ordinance amending the park code to permit the recreation and park department general manager to set guest docking fees at the marina small craft harbor by flexible pricing based on certain factors; and affirming the planning department's determination under the california environmental quality act. item number 28, 190629, ordinance amending the park code to permit the recreation and park department general manager to set non-resident adult admission fees for the japanese tea garden, the coit tower elevator, the conservatory of flowers, and the san francisco botanical garden by flexible pricing based on certain factors and at certain times; and affirming the planning department's determination under the california environmental quality act. item number 29, 190630, ordinance amending the park code to permit the recreation and park department general manager to impose a surcharge of $1 per non-resident adult visitor at the japanese tea garden to fund the restoration of that facility, until such time as the restoration is complete; and affirming the planning department's determination under the california environmental quality act. item number 30, 190631, ordinance amending the administrative code to eliminate fines for overdue library books and other materials and equipment, and forgiving outstanding patron debt for overdue fines.
>> supervisor yee: before we take a vote, once again, i would like to say something about our budget on item number 21, i know we have said this over and over again. you know, it was such a fine process i have to keep on thinking the person behind all of this. i want to thank chair fewer, head of the budget committee. once again, i cannot thank you enough for getting us out of these chambers before midnight. it was, again, such a great process. so transparent. the staff, chelsea, was magnificent. many of the other staff out there contributed to the budget process. chair fewer, congratulations. before we take this vote. we are making history, biggest budget ever. quickest budget created ever.
we are solving, beginning to solve as many problems as possible -- as much as ever. forever i hope you will be the budget committee chair. [laughter] i just want to thank you chair fewer. >> thank you for your kind words i want to thank my co- members, actually, of my committee for all of those long meetings. thank you so much for the support. especially to you for affording me this opportunity to serve the board and the residence of san francisco in this capacity. . >> supervisor yee: i don't want to ignore that there are others in the city government, controller, from the budget office, thank you very much.
colleagues, can we take these items in call? without objection objection these ordinances are passed unanimously. madame clerk, please call the next item. . item number 31, 190495, ordinance calling and providing for a special election to be held in the city and county of san francisco on tuesday, november 5, 2019, for the purpose of submitting to san francisco voters a proposition to incur bonded indebtedness not to exceed $600,000,000 to finance the construction, development, acquisition, improvement, rehabilitation, preservation, and repair of affordable housing improvements, and related costs necessary or convenient for the foregoing purposes; authorizing landlords to pass-through 50% of the resulting property tax increase to residential tenants under administrative code, chapter 37; providing for the levy and collection of taxes to pay both principal and interest on such bonds; incorporating the provisions of the administrative code relating to the citizens' general obligation bond oversight committee's review of affordable housing bond expenditures; setting certain procedures and requirements for the election; adopting findings under the california environmental quality act; and finding that the proposed bonds are in conformity with the general plan, and with the eight priority policies of planning code, section 101.1(b). >> supervisor yee: thank you everybody for cosponsoring this legislation to put it on the ballot for november. i am looking forward to this passing in november.
colleagues, can we take the same house speaker, nancy pelosi one call? without objection this ordinance passed unanimously. madame clerk please call the next item. . item number 32, 190709, ordinance approving health service system plans and contribution rates for calendar year 2020. >> supervisor yee: colleagues, can we take this item same house in call? without objection this ordinances passed. madame clerk, please call the next item. . item number 33, 190048, ordinance amending the planning code to 1) require building setbacks for buildings fronting on narrow streets, 2) modify front yard requirements in residential districts, 3) increase required rear yards in single-family zoning districts by five percent, 4) amend the rear yard requirements for through lots and corner lots in certain districts to permit second buildings where specified conditions are met, 5) allow building height increases to existing stories in existing nonconforming buildings in order to accommodate residential uses, and 6) provide that specified alterations to nonconforming structures for the purpose of creating habitable space or an accessory dwelling unit are not subject to section 311 review requirements if the specified requirements are met; affirming the planning department's determination under the california environmental quality act; and making findings of consistency with the general plan and the priority policies of planning code, section 101.1, and adopting findings of public necessity, convenience, and general welfare under planning code, section 302. >> supervisor yee: i'm going to call on the author. .
>> supervisor mandleman: thank you. thank you for your engagement with my office over the weekend. i think several of us will be offering amendments to this legislation today. i have a couple. they are shown on this document that has been handed out by the clerk. my changes relate to two things. one is grandfathering in applications that were submitted prior to january 15, 2019, when we submitted this legislation. and then the other is to exempt out the bernal heights special use district, at the request of the district nine office. requesting amendments from section 261.1 controls, which apply to additional height limits for narrow streets and alleys. those are the two things that i wanted to amend. i know there are others. .
>> supervisor yee: is our second for that? seconded by supervisor ronen. hopefully we will all accept these amendments. supervisor peskin? . >> supervisor peskin: i would like to reinsert, and this was actually in the legislation and then was taken out of the legislation which means it will not have to be re- referred or require any more public comment. which is to add residential mix use districts of which i know there are a lot. the city commonly known as district three, as well as other districts. i think it is a good change to section 26, 261.1, applying standards to second-story setbacks along alleyways and narrow streets.
i would ask that page 16, lines 4-16 section b, subsection 2, subsection b, that any frontage reinsert rm and make that same corresponding change. also on page 16, subsection c, the controls in this section shall apply, et cetera. that would be my motion which i have discussed with the maker and is acceptable to him. . >> supervisor yee: okay. >> thank you. i just wanted to thank supervisor mandleman making an exception for bernal heights. it is one of the neighborhoods with the highest concentration of narrow streets. for that reason had a special
sed. i want to thank you for taking that into consideration and thank you for agreeing to do that. . >> supervisor yee: i want to thank supervisor mandleman for this legislation. while i support the general intent of this legislation, i would like to offer a friendly amendment. we have heard from some of my community members that there is a concern over elimination of 311 notifications of residential roof height increases to assisting stories. while many of these changes may not be significant, impacts could vary from project to project. for instance these height changes or roof adjustments could impact light exposure. in these instances neighbor should be made aware so they can work with the project sponsor to solve their concerns or get therefore i am proposing to retain guidelines for 311
notifications as they are currently in place. the amendments would be to strikethrough lines 9-12 on page one. lines 23 and 24 on page 13 and lines 22-23 on page 17. colleagues, i hope you will be supportive of this minor amendment to keep 311 vacations consistent. okay? so, there has been -- >> i'm sorry. could you reiterate the last change? . >> supervisor yee: the amendments, it is a strikethrough lines 9-12 on page one. and then line 23-24 on page 13. and lines 22 and 23 on page 17. >> thank you. .
>> supervisor yee: there has been three individuals making motions. supervisor ronan would you like to be second on all three? thank you. colleagues? two of the amendments conflict with another, one of the amendments adds the provision with regards to specified alterations and the other strikes that language. am i missing something? the first amendment included a subsection six. not subject to 311 notice, and then the third amendment strikes that language for you to something?
>> deputy city attorney john gartner. the double underline section number six in the long title. was added as an amendment in committee. that is reflected in the document supervisor amanda meant supervisor -- >> thank you for that. . >> supervisor yee: there has been amendments proposed and made motions for an seconded, all three seconded by supervisor ronen. can we take these amendments without objection? can we take this item as amended same house, same call? okay. this ordinance has passed. our first reading as amended unanimously.
let's go to item 34. . item number 34, 190731, ordinance amending the planning code to change, from 18 months to three years, the period of non-use required to deem as discontinued a permitted conditional use in the north beach neighborhood commercial district; affirming the planning department's determination under the california environmental quality act; making findings of consistency with the general plan, and the eight priority policies of planning code, section 101.1; and making public necessity, convenience, and welfare findings under planning code, section 302. >> supervisor yee: i'm sorry, supervisor walton, did you just come in before the last vote, or after? >> he came in before the lasso. . >> supervisor yee: i'm sorry, please resend the last vote. we need to take. [roll call] , i believe. is that correct? . >> clerk: i think that is correct. motion to resend is in order.
item same house, same call? this item has passed unanimously. madame clerk, please call the next item. . item number 35, 190732, resolution retroactively approving an agreement between the city and county of san francisco and the san francisco bay area rapid transit district (bart) regarding administration of capital funding to fund half of the cost of the bart/muni market street entrance modernization project with proceeds from the sale of general obligation bonds, in an amount not to exceed $45,000,000 for an agreement term from february 1, 2018, through december 31, 2025. >> supervisor yee: can we take the same house and same call without objection? this resolution has passed unanimously. madame clerk, please call the next item. . item number 36, 190743, resolution authorizing the sheriff's department to enter into a third amendment to the existing contract between keefe commissary network, l.l.c., and the city and county of san francisco, acting by and through its sheriff's department, for jail commissary services, to extend the contract term by six months beginning september 1, 2019, for a total term of
september 1, 2014, through february 28, 2020, with no change to the guaranteed annual minimum income of $590,000. >> supervisor yee: can we take this item same house and same call? without objection this resolution is passed unanimously. please call item number 37 and 38 together. . item number 37, 190758, resolution authorizing the mayor's office of housing and community development, on behalf of the city and county of san francisco, to accept and expend the county competitive allocation award in the amount of $18,250,554, under the california department of housing and community development no place like home program, which provides funding for counties to develop multifamily housing specifically for persons with serious mental illness who are homeless, chronically homeless, or at-risk of chronic homelessness, for a term to commence following board approval. item number 38, 190759, resolution authorizing and delegating to the mayor's office of housing and community development, on behalf of the city and county of san francisco, to accept and expend the county noncompetitive allocation award in the amount of $9,519,091 under the california department of housing and community development no place like home program, which provides funding for counties to develop multifamily housing specifically for persons with serious mental illness who are homeless, chronically homeless, or at-risk of chronic homelessness, for a term to commence following board approval. >> supervisor yee: can we take this item same house, same call? without objection these
resolutions are adopted unanimously. madame clerk, next item, please. item 39, 190761, resoln authorizing the acceptance and expenditure of california state senate bill 1 local partnership program formulaic funding in the amount of $2,340,000 for san francisco public works' sunset and parkside streets pavement renovation project, for a term to commence following board approval through june 30, 2023. >> supervisor yee: colleagues, can we take the same house, same call? without objection this resolution is adopted unanimously. please call the next item. . item 40, 190763, resoln authorizing the mayor's office of housing and community development to expend a gift to compton's district transgender, lesbian, gay, and bisexual (tlgb) stabilization fund dollars in the amount of $300,000 to support the city's efforts to recognize and support historic and present-day tlgb communities in the tenderloin neighborhood, for a term of august 1, 2019, through june 30, 2020. >> supervisor yee: can we take this same house and call? without objection this resolution is adopted
unanimously. madame clerk please call the next item . item 41, 190765, resoln declaring the intent of the city and county of san francisco ("city") to reimburse certain expenditures from proceeds of future bonded indebtedness; authorizing the director of the mayor's office of housing and community development ("director") to submit an application and related documents to the california debt limit allocation committee ("cdlac") to permit the issuance of residential mortgage revenue bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $50,000,000 for 401 avenue of the palms (parcel c3.2 of the treasure island master plan) (maceo may apartments); authorizing and directing the director to direct the controller's office to hold in trust an amount not to exceed $100,000 in accordance with cdlac procedures; authorizing the director to certify to cdlac that the city has on deposit the required amount; authorizing the director to pay an amount equal to such deposit to the state of california if the city fails to issue the residential mortgage revenue bonds; approving, for purposes of the internal revenue code of 1986, as amended, the issuance and sale of residential mortgage revenue bonds by the city in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $50,000,000; authorizing and directing the execution of any documents necessary to implement this resolution; and ratifying and approving any action heretofore taken in connection with the project, as defined herein, and the application, as defined herein. >> supervisor yee: can we take the same house same call? without is adopted unanimously. madame clerk please call the next item . item 42, 190766, resoln authorizing the san francisco public utilities commission to accept and expend a grant in an amount not to exceed $3,759,822 from the california state water resources control board for planning, design, and construction of the sewer system improvement program baker beach green street early implementation project for the period of november 4, 2017, through march 21, 2022.
>> supervisor yee: can we take this item same house same call? without objection this resolution is adopted unanimously. madame clerk, please call the next item . item 43, 190764, resoln approving and authorizing the director of the mayor's office of housing and community development to execute documents relating to loans for the acquisition, rehabilitation, or permanent financing of four project sites pursuant to the small sites program, preservation and seismic safety program, and downtown neighborhoods preservation fund, for a total loan amount not to exceed $37,493,000; confirming the planning department's determination under the california environmental quality act; and finding that the project loans are consistent with the general plan, and the eight priority policies of planning code, section 101.1. >> supervisor yee: can we take this item same house same call? without objection, this resolution is adopted unanimously. madame clerk, please call the next item . >> clerk: item 44, resolution to approve real estate division to acquire real property located at 1828 egbert avenue from san francisco's self storage number three llc, doing business as 1828, for the purchase price of $67.3 million and to adopt the
appropriate findings. . >> clerk: . >> supervisor yee: can we take the same house same call? without objection this resolution is adopted unanimously. madame clerk, please call the next item. . >> clerk: and ordinance to amend the building code to waive specified fees from 100% affordable housing projects and certain accessory dwelling units , projects for an approximate one year pilot program and to affirm the sql determination. . >> supervisor yee: supervisor mar. >> thank you. finding a balance between incentivizing adu's and ensuring larger real estate investors, and landlords are not granted public subsidies they do not need. eighty years are very appropriate strategy to add density to the district and other website neighborhoods.
the fee waiver aims to incentivize adu production where it has been underdeveloped and single-family homes, small apartments. we should support every day members in our community to stay in their homes, provide or create rental units for members of our community. along with the fee waiver on 100% affordable housing, this additional financial incentive will help immensely. in the sunset district we held an adu adu workshop this last weekend which drew over 150 residents. through the workshop, and surveys, my office has been collecting from homeowners. i have received overwhelming inputs and requests for more flexibility, more options and greater support from the city. i did want to finally mention that i'm currently working on an adu incentive program to expand on the waiver and create
additional support for homeowners to add adu's, including technical assistance and other types of financial incentives. i'll have more to announce on that this fall. thank you. >> thank you. i also want to thank the mayor, and my colleague, supervisor mar for helping, and working altogether to have this one year pilot come forward for a fee waivers for a hundred% affordable adu's. they would apply to building inspection, plan reviews, records, retention, surcharge fees, fees on 1% affordable housing can range up to 100000-150,000 per project. we are confident this aspect of the legislation will positively impact 100% affordable housing project. while the amounts say per project, is much smaller for