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remember this board of supervisors made $33,000 your salary is up to one hundred 13 by the voted to stand on the people but when you come on this side of city hall your supposed to be able to look at it and take care of us in the city you don't know what the city hall is about the mayor has a reporter to do what he has to do but you have to stand up for the people you need to have miller parade a festival people will come here and it's mere i don't know you're letting us all out of here once you did this for the blacks and the enjoying jews you you know what you can build at all building and your building
those all darn building build a building inspection for nonprofit that's not all right. we don't get the right to live here after we've lived here 25 years your let me ask is there any public comment if not any public comment on that item? . this hearing has held and we have the question in front of united states i us to release the fund is there a discussion. okay. let's take a vote madam clerk >> on the motion to release is reserves mr. president. >> on the motion we'll need a first and second and motion that i supervisor kim and second by supervisor mar. colleagues thank you all the members of the public who again
have related the need? an idea as said before came if years ago it's a policy we saw the impacts and the benefits of it we think we should move forward with it and we certainly have heard the needs if the nonprofits that are providing the service net for our citizens and that really reflect the diversity and the energy and the very best of what we stand for as san franciscan. m roll call >> supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor cowen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. supervisor mar. supervisor tang. there are 11 i's.
the motion passes (clapping) and with that, colleagues why don't we go to general public comment i have one general public comment card from geremo if other members members of the public want to speak please step forward >> thank you very much the board i want to put this up here because i my name is geremo i continue to speak on behalf of my cousin stefan because i speak he can continue to live if i'm not speaking i may voluntary to go to the funeral home as you know stefan was murdered on may 3rd when he stepped into the wrong apartment i want to show you what the giants b did last
night and they put up 0 contribute stefan to reply filipino-american taken two soon it was a nice remember bans but a tomb stony see videos of stefan a man-child he was indeed taken two soon and i canceling can't believe he was a threat to the marijuana who killed him who was released by da or that i had so many questions i go to the crime seen and see the door and, you know, there was a peep pole and a deadbolt lock even though a doorknob that was taken it still the fact is my cousin
didn't break in this wasn't a break in or is let in there's a case similar in montana tenant the da is charging against a castle in montd but not in san francisco that doesn't sound right. i urge the board to consider this case you folks have the power to - >> thank you very much for your all of the members of the public that have waited for public comment. >> hello, i'm ken johnson here to ask the board to do whatever you can too save marcus book store i notice at the 12 hour nothing possible i mean you lose
that and lose the cowl u soul of the city. i ask you that know pull a rabbit out of the hat or do something to save the bookstore dr. ray probably told some of you it was just a something that we shouldn't lose so i ask each one of you to talk to the mayor to try to hold onto the marcus book store. thank you >> thank you good afternoon, supervisors ain't nothing like a city heartache like a city with
a city with aids i city i can wait i want to be it that way. ain't nothing like the city cake. and we'd to have a nice big steak and i want to have a city that's great and i sure like it that way. some cities are made of plastic, you know, some cities are made of wood. some city people have hearts of stone. and you know what that bring you city hall. we don't want that thought city hall doom but city i'm for real i'm for real.
as real can get. >> jason: justice what you see it the city see is what the city gets is what you see is what you get by city. what you're looking for is real city. it's going to be pretty and i just want to tell you that city moments probation officer to moment every moment i spend with you. city moment to moment. city moment to moment. city moment to moment. i want to shurl thank you president chiu.
>> hello supervisors. supervisor avalos and supervisor kim and supervisor breed and supervisor wiener. supervisor campos. supervisor farrell pr supervisor chiu. supervisor cowen and i don't know, you hello right in front of me your katie tang i'm a journalist i have no ability to sing but the ability to talk i want to draw your attention to the population of 2 thousand people that live on treasure island that are right now being second by radiation and chemical contamination and as that he is tuesday and led how much ivory how many of you driven past the building that have led paint
from the old military building led paint flaking off the buildings lead in paint was made illegal in the san francisco's mold as you know they've moved the firefighters out of the station to the firefighter training center because they were having respiratory conditions interest the mold the san franciscans stand behind the 2 thousand people in treasure island that are being proilgd by contaminates we stand behind you treasure island's people he can you're at risk we know you're sick and will not let this stand. thank you. thanks >> next speaker
>> good evening. hi thanks for being here so late. you guys know who i am the catheter the 10 year resident of treasure island i'm listening to nonprofits being displaced i'm currently displaced to my home from the mold carr oil spoke about. i had an entire piece written but i'm absolutely not going to be reading this but be frank this entire experience people call me a whistle blower this is not something this should be grord in fact, i have asbestos those are children's and pets and people we've had a hearing here before thank you jane kim for attempting to get us a
clinic that's similar to what we need it's an attempt there's moves made by jane kim and the city but they deny everything in black and white in the paperwork if the city's paperwork i can find in less than two years they swear they didn't know go this is ridiculous for intelligent people to say well, that's what they said in two years i've found out what they said is not true and my children that sick i'm asking for help i'm asking for help for all the people that shouldn't be there. in the face of remediation allow them to have a remediation you shouldn't have them in the face of those chemical grand theft
you shouldn't have people there help them move and don't - >> thank you very much. next speaker. . we have a clerk that can take it from you. >> i came over today to speak about nature areas program and a significant nature management lands which is an awesome program and criminal plan i want to tell you that today in san francisco aquarium there's a piece written by mr. cop i forgot to how it's called and also a couple of months ago mri
lemon park improvements wrote is a letter to the mayor asking the forest park at the mount davidson will be removed it will probably be go forward but the letter was written those o those papers are about the year it's a letter for the park commissions for the central council and they explain how they come to conclusion the letter says there is no land nature area program as a whole completely. was it go forward so they enforced the document that has specific explanation and the
council is in the neighborhood and the vote was unanimous. tlvrp a couple of absentees and one abstinence because people didn't have the vote it was unanimous there's a petition to the a mayor to stop the nature areas program. by now it has over 15 hundred signatures and the - >> thank you very much. next speaker. . >> anyhow this is regular probably because this is why the clerk made copies for the peripheries. you know, i'm on my way to the
board of education on mission but today sometime, i walk around here and jump open the grblg but they made sure i didn't have to jump on the golden gate bridge i did the lookout land i was reading about the treasure island and something smelling and it's not just me as an black and gay and behalf it's known in this country we're coming to a point this is our war in america we worry about over in the other countries what would san francisco go do to nonprofit audience and us, you know, diversity is art we learn this is visible art you have right
here it's important that this in addition, we think to bring the president here. because this is our times. everyone intensifies the right to say america is a practices still the place san francisco really the last part of the american before we fall into the on the ground. we as a people will get there we hope you the board of supervisors will get in touch with the nature this is murder in america don't kill us silence the housing and that's what we're phasing in san francisco county a city that it shouldn't be happening people greed it's become - >> it's gender. >> thank you very much.
half of the noise level that's there if you're a commercial your raised 8 decimals above the noise of our sooirpd 10 decimals this is noise this is being endanger that's being dumped. another alternative is ballot a all the noisy want to make one hundred percent contained on our property plain figure it out to do it another way to look at it overhead, please. and on the overhead are we there yet. okay their we go one hundred pennies. representing the profit of a
piece of property i'm going to take 3 pennies away. that's how much a provpt profit being removed to make quiet buildings the way they look at it 98 pennies to 3 making it a quiet building thank you for your time >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> thank you, president and supervisors i'm sandy i'm too from a resident on treasure island and it's a contamination and is it possible that you can
absolutely what is there to do on treasure island i mean what can we do. everyone keeps saying it's safe but we've had 25 families displaced into shelters and my best friend they were displaced maybe she'll come back and maybe not there's more sick people out through i have two sick teenagers my daughter has rad lost and can we just relocate site 12 i live on bay side the two buildings we know they're full of as by itself and that i'm like 59 can you really is
that you know the air won't effect us or did he pack up and live with my daughter in pittsburgh until they tear it down. is it safe i'm not saying you don't care some of you don't live through so and, you know, that's not safe it's not we have a lot of sick kids i have two i love treasure island but don't want to die i know at some point we all will but thank you. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> general public comment is closed. mr. clerk read our adaptation calendar items 36 and 37 those are
considered. >> colleagues anyone want to sever any items if not roll call vote and is supervisor wiener pr supervisor yee. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor cowen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim pr supervisor mar. supervisor tang. there are 11 i's. those items are all passed and madam clerk read the imperative item >> it the resolution school of performing arts on the 24th anniversary and declaring the shante in the city and county of san francisco. >> colleagues supervisor mar has made a motion to move
forward second by supervisor campos any public comment on this item which has the requisite finding seeing none, public comment is closed. claepgz same house, same call? . we'll take that without objection. this item passes madam clerk right the memoriams >> this meeting will be adjourned on behalf of the supervisor breed and supervisor cowen supervisor cowen important the last ms. mary have a brooks thank you jim smith for sfgovtv crew and madam clerk, is there any other business. >> therefore, be it resolved. >> we are adjourned.
♪ ♪ >> i've been drinking coffee since i was 17 really the only thing i'm good at i was trying to find out what i was good at i got a job at the coffee shop i decided to do that the rest of my life. i like the process of the coffee and what are those beans where do they come from oh, they come from a fruit. >> the coffee stays with me since i was a kid i grew up and opened coffee shops everybody. in the 8 i visited over 11 hundred coffee shops maybe more to see why people go to coffee shops >> we're searched the beans all
over the world from east afghan and tokyo. >> when i wanted to do was get into aspect of the personal coffee and the processing and everything else there was multiple steps in making coffee and we did have a lighter roost because of the qualities of the keep once you roost it it home gisz the coffee. >> one thing about the coffee they were special blends and i spent seven years on one blend so that's my pleasure. each bean they were all chosen and blended with each with different cultural and beans is like people and those people
give me a reputation i can't buy. people love you my clients love me they take me to the moves movies. >> fell in love with coffee and went to the coffee shops the community aspect i really enjoyed. >> i think it's important to have a place for people to show up and talk to their neighbors and recorrect. your surrounded with all those behalf communicated i communities >> i love my city san francisco has a good name my has every cultural in this planet living in san francisco it's a small city 7 by 7 but it's huge.
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i really like the idea of staying in the neighborhood and living in the mission i've lived here the whole time and the community really stick to it people talk about seattle and portland now they talk about seattle and san francisco. or portland and san francisco but san francisco is definitely on the cutting-edge of the coffee scene in the entire nation. >> there's so many romance in coffee is surrounds the sourcing of that and thinking about where it came from and how and coffee is wonderful.
>> i know for a fact i was born to make coffee. i have a notice from the dad let the life i live speak for me and let's have a cup of coffee and talk about it. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [gavel] good morning, everyone welcome to the san francisco supervisors budget and finance committee, i am mark farrell, i will chairing this meeting, and want to thank