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the alerts the groups the various groups have been working with jen she's the person working with all the groups in san francisco with the workforce are 9-1-1 and public works and mta and other groups that are receiving the alert and received them only supped morning what's next, we want to turn this into a public early alert system we're working harder 80 hard to get even though political support i told us what it will cost there's a great deal of interest when we look at the alert japan installed they're after 10 thousand people were killed and japan after 6 thousand people and china is building a system after 80 thousand people were killed in an kweerth i hope that this is
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the final kind of proof that is needed to show the value of earthquake early warning and get that necessary investment thank you very much. i'm sorry one other thing this has been planned an international conference on early warning at uc berkley next week focused on how to get the necessary funding the signs behind that people are welcome to attendee and i'm pleased the mayor is going to be joining us in the discussion next week >> thank you, dr. allen. >> alicia johnson of my staff is going to give us a brief review on this. >> thank you antonio. sf 72 is designed to build a momentum to create a platform you see did digital and the physical in front of in front of
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you i focuses on a more resilient thank you sf 72 needs to be inclusive and human and clear. is it so designed to be co- ordinary with the residents of san francisco. we want to have san franciscans to talk about preparedness and take simple steps to prepare and take care of each other in the first 72 hours after an emergency. this is where we need our help please connect with us those of you who have received the could lateral please reach out to us we're happy to give you more information and set you on the right foot and help you to connect to other in the city please share the website and at could lateral with your friends and family that helps us.
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we believe that all disasters are local and that preparedness should be too we've created a city 72 city 72 is available to my community interested if positive preparedness and this model >>was recently howard by i did white house for its innovative technologies into disaster preparedness. since the napa earthquake we've seen a dramatic increase in interest and action about preparedness i was recently told today, our number of requests have increased our increasing engagement an facebook has increased 4 thousand percent on twitter we've increased by 4 hundred followers and that doubldz our followers.
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we we've seen an interest in sf the notification program we ask you to register for that as well >> thank you alicia. now we're going to hear from the city administrator naomi kelly about an update on the lifelines council. good afternoon, everyone. so in april we had the at our last lifelines council we unveiled the departmentscy study many of you participated we kashthd 11 utilities by public and private puc mta pg&e and at&t and we asked them to go through what would your recession and recovery somewhere look like in a 1906 san francisco earthquake and after a year that study was presented to
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the lifelines council and come up with many recommendations for the city to do to so we can be resilient and prepared in the - when the next big earthquake hits. as a result of that enter departmentcy study i asked the chairman to come up with an action plan this are we've could i find 5 action groups that will be looking at staging sites this is lead by michael the implementation program are person we've basically gathered data that was led by dwp and we're going to take the data and fourth from that data we want to have a method dodge and one of the lessons learned from pg&e
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when we come up with a staging site we want to be near we have another group that is being led by another group and basically who gets the priority to field after a recovery and we have another working group so you can imagine along embarcadero street how it impacts others and it is great about the lifeline sample we have the public and private utilities sharing information with each other in particular our vulnerable assets and how can we recover together. we have another group that is and this is the result agency
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the mayor mentioned spending extending our lifeline council we're happy to get the rockefeller grant and have our officer patrick we're talking about take a look this to a regional level so we're enter didn't want our employees not all live in san francisco but live in the different regionals how we can work together and share information and practices there. and then lastly we're looking at the seawall and our seawall is over one hundred years old our seawall working group is being led by the port so thank you >> thank you naomi. nike cal had an the director of
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our department of human resources is going to talk >> good afternoon mr. mayor this is the silver lining of the regional earthquake it is important for us to be prepared who has their disaster worker card we now use the number as a our employee id bus on the baksz is the service workers information this medians that public employees throughout the state will be called upon to serve in the event of an emergency perhaps in a different location and time you, however, we're not going to ask them to do something which they're not prepared i will be making meals but this is an opportunity to
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remind people we're going to have a test of our emergency notification system today as suggested by the mayor this system you remembered it is called rob both coolers we don't have individuals calling the 37 thousand city employees but we have the system it reaches out to the contacts people saw the life feed it's not life one weekly people who quite maybe no evidence but if they left a while ago probably won't be no evidence (laughter) what will happen depending on the information it will contact a work phone number or an employee addresses i had it tested on myself the first time it gets a response it asks for a
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response you're going to be in this case whether or not your completed our disaster worker training if you haven't you, do it and sign up for alert sf this is an intelligent for us to remind people of their obligations and test ourselves in the event of a real emergency we'll be giving instructions to people press one, if you can report to work win 20th century 1 hour press 2 for two hours and so forth we're excited about that that will be tested today and the disaster worker program i want to remind you is an obligation of all city employees it's in the template everyone is supposed to be trained in their
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disaster obligations and we used to do it for the new folks but we have online new orientation that month employees are take a look through the handbook and get to watch the 20 minute video so again, this is a city standard we expect the people to take the training it is an opportunity to remind people. also want to thank our partners at dp m for their collaboration for getting the system running this week >> thank you very much mickey. since we have a captive audience we'll touch briefly on another emerging issue the boo lo la response >> rob is going to introduce our health officer for the
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department of health. >> in the passage or in the materials you'll notice a document about the e bottle response this is an example of an product we're going to put together on global issues that may or may not have an immediate impact to san francisco but in the in the press and received a lot of attendance. we felt that is important to get the facts and put them together in some non-clinical language and be familiar we've developed this product to be able to share this obviously dph will be the leaders and i'll leave the doctor to talk about the clinical part of e bottle >> govern and thank you. in 2003 you remind when we had
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sarah's one of the challenges we had as a global community is as in the world we're becoming increasing complex we're going to continue to have those types of events it's easy because we're very interconnected as a globe that someone in the different part of the globe can come to the united states and bring an infectious disease i'm mentioning sarah's because it is why e bottle is different and the risk is a lot lower when we had sarah's in 2003 it was spread like the common cold the offeral mortal rates was 11 percent and over 50 was 50 percent spread like the common cold no vaccine and no cure we
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were scared sarah's happened in 4 months fortunate because of practices we were able to contain it e bottle is a different agent it's scarier the mortality rates is 50 percent fortunately it spread only by blood or body excludes not spread like the common cold you have to have closed contact so we don't expect it to spread around the world like sarah's. someone doesn't become infectious unless they're very, very sick so the only people that are coming into contact are the close contacted or health care workers so we're prep the health care community if someone flies back during the incubation
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period. the third thing to realize i've mentioned because of the mortality rate is high it's one the eir i didn't see of the infectious the mortality rate is high people are very sick or people that are passed away are not transmitting the disease people can be transmitting to another person that's why the pandemic influenza is scarey you have a lot of people with mild symptoms are scary we're not going to have an outbreak in united states the worse is in west africa where the endesk is courage 15 hundred cases i some deaths they're anticipating
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maybe up to 20 people may actually die before the epidemic is over so for that part of the world it's a huge tragedy and big impact because of their health care structure was poor to begin with our message we're getting out to everybody be calm we're engaged with the health care community we don't anticipate problems we have health care workers from the united states including in the bay area who are traveling to african to provide medical care when they come back we'll make sure they don't have symptoms it's pretty much covers everything >> thank you dr. eric it's reassuring. france who is our public transportation officer from emergency management is going to
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give you an overview of solicitations in san francisco >> this is brief we have a couple of events in the fall the first one being the 25 anniversary of the earthquake the city of along with the american red cross chapter have joined to commemorate the earthquake the first one being on are thursday morning orchestrate 16 a great california shakeout at the middle school we're no partnership with the friends at the 1kug9 1016. starting that everybody at the academy of the science this is a review of the earthquake film gin ice additional checkout the
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earthquake film and friday all day on the 17 the 25th commemoration there are speaking programs along with interactive deems from 12 to 7 admission is free and x platform and starting nooeks going to the website for more information. and then finally in the next couple weeks we're to be announcing a series of events. and so in the next couple weeks we've talk about events but things to remember in addition to the fun events there's a lot of great training that helps to work with military members so we're prepared for emergencies
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>> thank you francis are there questions i know that heidi anderson from the school district would like to say something. >> heidi and hi, i'm heidi the public relation manager during the school day we're going in charge of over 56 thousand kids. when the earthquake happened on sunday our superintendant called the executive team we're going to have a drill i have a meeting he said in the earthquakes don't look at the calendar we're going to have one and do a review so we're going to get ourselves in shape. thank you heidi i think your
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frooef jingling has an announcement thank you to the folks in light of the events it keeps us coordinated and it was an early morning but we were well-informed and coordinated. also to allude to the directive that mayor ed lee sent out we talked about the disaster workers we're all involved i took the time when we brought 40 new workers to remind them of the importance since we'll be buses 80 i didn't to make sure we have things in order at home on sunday i and my 3 boys we went through the disaster pack and the food was good for another week we made a meal out
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of it i encourage to i look at your kits some of the items maybe out of circulation you should discard it but we did it on sunday after the earthquake the other thing i want to remind you, we have our net coordinator the san francisco fire department neighborhood response team program it's 6 sessions breakdown into 3 different days two, that are coming up in september one at the civic center area. san francisco federal building 97th street and north panhandle in t in t in the ucsf campus and the civic
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center on tuesday from 8:30 to 5 i encourage the city employees and the public for the free training. thank you, chief. there are there other announcements from the councilmembers >> yes. president chiu. >> frail a comment and question first of all, i want to thank everybody and echo i want to say what occurred to me after the earthquake happened we've spent a lot of work prep and wonder if that was worth it we know it was i want to thank everyone for paxil the earthquake bonds in 2013-2014 there was a lot of work mayor ed lee and the fire chief's it was amazing and the angst we felt from volunteer to a may or may not seismic retrofit regive this it's worthy
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it i've had a lot of conversations i notice there are community that are additional things that seniors may want to thank about and the immigrant population may want to think about i know your materials are broad but are there efforts to educate those niches. >> so we'd be happy to work with you and just to let everybody know we have different components within our team we work with nonprofits to reach out to the individual communities and have somebody that worked with the private sector and the focus on this individual is the small business community 2, 3, 4 particular we're happy to work with your
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office if you want to point us in the direction we're happy to engage. >> the one great thing that happened all of us like the chief were 230ur9 what we don't know and addressing that when my wife and i woke up we couldn't figure out whether to run out of the building but realized there were a thousand thoughts people had in their do heads. >> do not get in the doorway that's an old method drop cover and hold or get into under a strong table. >> any other disaster council comments. mr. mayor do you have any final comments >> no, but again thanks and keep alert and keep yours get
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yours in a comfortable mode it could be next year. >> i guess i should ask if there's public comment i'm sorry. seeing none, this meeting is jo >> ♪ ♪ we are definitely pioneers in airport concession world a world of nationally if not entirely or internationally >> everybody is cop us right
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the conceive selective process and they award a lease to the restaurant. >> they are planning on extending. >> we that you could out the china and the length evens and the travel serve and fourth your minds and it's all good. >> how long for a vendor to move through the process. >> i would say it could take 80 up to a year from the time we go out to bid until they actually open a restaurant. >> i don't know what we signed up for but the airport is happy to have us here. and, you know, even taking out the track simple things there's a learning curve >> with once we're here they are helpful. >> it's an award-winning program.
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supervisors supervisor london breed: and we have >>supervisor katy tang: and >>president david chiu: the city clerk is erica major and i would like to thank sf gov. tv. san francisco television. madam clerk do you have any announcements?
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city clerk: please make sure to silence any cell phones or electronic devices. items will be on the agenda unless otherwise stated. >>supervisor london breed: please call the next item. >> item 140828. hearing on the status of the 8 washington sight including but not limited to questions. >> >>president david chiu: i have asked for this hearing for two reasons given the proposed washington project on november 2015 and i have been asked as many of you have been asked by members of the public on what is the status of this site. there has been a lot of confusion about it and members of the public who are not sure if there is a project that is not proposed


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