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department that's problematic not only should we as leaders of the city be standing up but definitely the mayor and other elected leaders of the city should definitely come out on the forefront and make it clear that they don't support this behavior and we will do everything we can as elected leaders to address this issue. really proud of the work supervisor public comment is closed. has been doing cohen has been doing that every instance of an officer involved shooting the will be an investigation of this ballot measure passes by the office of citizen complaint in a small step in the right direction but we have to continue working for trying to address this issue. so, without i've just a few other items and colleagues, today. i'm introducing and ordinance creating a dedicated citywide funds 12 san francisco who have fallen victim to a
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fire in their home. i would to thank supervisor campos for cosponsoring this legislation with me and i know there has been several tragic fires in them mission recently and numerous people will been displaced to thank you for working with me supervisor a residential fire strikes without notice and like many other independent life-changing event there's no way advanced panning for a fire. don't expect it will happen to them and many times it's not even a fire in your own unit. the fire starts in another unit or even under the building but suddenly you have no place to live and low and middle income earners are especially impacted. not only do they often lose their belongings. they often lose their homes. given the skyrocketing rents in san francisco fire victims are usually vulnerable to being priced out of the city altogether. this happens to dozens of people every year. in
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december there was a fairly large fire in district 5 but displaced several families. one of the families, middle income earner but by no means wealthy, were able to find another unit. they went from a two-bedroom apartment that had lived for years and where their son was born to a one-bedroom units that created a bedroom for their son in a note under the staircase. the rent went from $1800 the rent went from $1800-$4000 a month and are now struggling to pay the expenses for their child with a disability. the hardship and rent increase is causing him to consider leaving the city. we have another sizable fire in district 51 fulton st. the day before valentine's day amount which displaced 16 people. i work with the north panhandle snowbird association to organize fundraisers for the victims of the fulton street fire but i could not help but
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wonder where was the city? why can't san francisco government provide more help to people who lost everything? the dept. of human services probably doesn't have funds its budget that are used for limited term housing subsidies for fire victims learn ready for percent of the area median income. but there are no benefits for victims earning over 35% of ami and neither that apartment with the city has dedicated permanent funds for assisting fire victims. in other words, if you are an individual makes more than $25,000 the city can't help you. my legislation will change that. it will create a permanent category from a 6 funds permanent category fund 12 fire victims who earn up to 100% of the ami. now 100% of ami might sound like a lot but
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a librarian who makes $70,000 were married couple works as a cook and hotel made are not rich people. they are struggling to stay in san francisco just like everyone else and when fire strikes we should help you in keeping with the model est. in my homicide be wharton fund, which only think my colleagues for passing them asleep today, the fire assistance fund can receive by the donations and appropriations by the board of supervisors and the mayor. funds can carry forward from year-to-year. the specific allocations will be made by the implementation department, in this case the human services agency. i would to thank deputy city attorney, i went and my chief of staff connor johnson for all the work on this. to everyone who is been a victim of a fire in san francisco friends, family or former
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neighbors struggling to recover from the fire, i want to say, begin help. the city can do more to support our own in their time of need and with my legislation along with my cosponsored supervisor campos, we will. 2 other items i want to talk about today, colleagues. as you know, april is child abuse prevention month. the child abuse prevention month doesn't just mean to happen in april. it needs to happen every day of evy year. today, we had a press conference and my colleagues supervisor wiener campos yee cohen tang and i think supervisor mar all joint in support of this press conference today where we made it clear that gives matter. kids are huge for their future leaders and we will do anything we can to continue to support programs that help to encourage our kids and keep them safe. so, i just want to alert everyone that as a result of
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april and the workaround child prevention violence prevention month, tonight, city hall will be lit up in blue to commemorate this occasion. some of you probably receive these beautiful blue ribbons pins and provided by patty, who is the owner of the visit aral carwash is been actively engaged in this issue for over 26 years. her along with katie albright is the director of the child abuse prevention center locations in the haight-ashbury in the 8000 point community was in attendance and provided great remarks as well as dr. emily rossi is the executive director on the sadness of
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women all these amazing people continue to work every slow they are great city to do all we can to provide the necessary support to make sure that our children have the resources they need and that we continue to protect them. so, city hall will be lit up in blue periods can be a beautiful site so take a look if you are around. i also want to talk a little bit about a bone marrow donor registration that we will be hosting at city hall on friday, this coming friday between 11-2 pm. a few weeks ago i adjourned our meeting in memory of a good friend, chris carpenter, who passed away because of his leukemia because of leukemia. a week later his wife came to testify in our meeting and she is still mourning the death of her husband. she will also be here joining us this friday. today, i'm introducing a resolution encouraging everyone between the ages of 18-44 years old to register as a bone marrow donor
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to help diversify the bone and marrow donor registry. we did this over a year ago with supervisor kim for kevin winston, who also passed away. the husband of latifah simon. they got married the same date that we had an incredible bone marrow drive and we are still mourning the death of kevin. every 3 min. someone in america is diagnosed with blood cancer. bone marrow transplant is the only proven treatments for over 70 of those cancers. unfortunately, 70% of the patients do not have a fully matched donor in the family and must depend on the kindness of strangers. to save their life. more importantly, patients are more likely to match with
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someone who shares their ethnic background. the minorities including asian americans, latinos, and african-americans are dramatically underrepresented according to a national own registry, 60% of asian or specific islanders patients cannot find a donor. the ratio increases to 17% for hispanic or latino patients and increases even more, 2 2524% to for african-americans. for white patients only 3% cannot find a donor this is personal for me. not only did i lose some incredible friends both chris and and kevin my good friend jane bolander was diagnosed with leukemia the day after christmas and she is the wife of a dear friend johnny bolan. she's gone through rounds of chemotherapy but it hasn't helped. i'm committed to helping her and people of all
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ethnicities were fighting cancer. i am grateful for everyone who is joining the fight. if you are between the ages of 18-44 we need your help this friday. we especially need help for minorities who are currently underrepresented.. this friday, we organize the bone and marrow donor registration drive right here in city hall. it will be in the south light cord from 11 am-2 pm at parking has been reserved on the south side of growth street between van ness avenue and polk street so donors can be dropped off and picked up where they can run in and up it only takes 10 min. to just a few minutes to get your cheek swab and sign a consent form and that's it. we will send you on your way. i want to thank my colleagues for cosponsoring this resolution and thank you supervisor tang for outreach to the folks in your district and
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all over the san francisco and for being there at a press conference today. thank you supervisor yee and supervisor kim supervisor mar, supervisor peskin >>[adjournment] avalos. i also want to thank the asian-american donor program for working on this resolution with us and helping us organize the donor registration drive. every life is precious. the persons ethnicity should not determine whether they live or die. we are asking everyone, everyone, to come to the table. especially, those part of the asian community, the latino community in the african-american community to come out this friday and registered. because there is no greater gift than life. i hope to see you all in the south in the s. lake court on friday. on another note on my final item for today, colleagues, as you
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know, he most amazing festival in the city and county of san francisco takes place in my district. what is that you might ask? cherry blossom festival. it is an incredible tradition in japan town at the northern california cherry blossom festival will be held this weekend and next weekend with festivities, with all kinds of food and entertainment and gifts to purchase. it's a great way to come together, a great weight great way to celebrate the blossoming of our cherry blossoms all over the city and some of you have use your lease cherry blossom trees haven't blossoming long before this we can. so, i invite you all to come and join us for the festival. we are also-it's this
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weekend and next weekend. there'll also be a parade which will start here at city hall on sunday which will start here at city hall on sunday, april 17 at 1 pm. we will travel up polk street and will go from hope to post and post to fillmore. so, watch out if you're going to be driving around the city on sunday so, watch out if you're going to be driving around the city on sunday, april 17 at cherry blossom parade will be in full affect. i'm really excited to be participating and i hope to see some of you out in japan town either this weekend or next. the rest i submit >> clerk: thank you. supervisor campos >> supervisor campos: i'll be brief. a couple points. going back to those pack i think the -we don't get in trouble we want to make sure that happens. the 2nd point that i actually meant to discuss the want to
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thank supervisor cohen and pres. breed for raising the issue of what happened with the police department and the 2nd set of texts, what is so significant about what happened is that those actions as alleged happened in the middle public outcry. around the original text messages. i think that the fact that those 2nd set of messages happened really points to this not just being an isolated incident to a culture. because, to me, what does it say about how people see within the department see the significance of this kind of activity if we had every single official in the city condemn the original text messages, and yet, these officers felt they
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felt comfortable enough doing that. what does it say about the culture of this department? that's very serious. one of the things i would ask very appreciative that supervisor cohen and pres. breed are involved and no supervisor to task and is also involved in any windows survey will be happy to be part of this discussion but the thing about the police department is that it's a paramilitary organization. i think that in a paramilitary organization the involvement of the chief executive is key. without this kind of organization functions. i really i asked him for mayor yee, more visible role in this. because i don't believe that the kinds of changes that are needed in this paramilitary
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organization will be effectuated if it's only members of the board of supervisors important is that involvement is. playing a key role without the mayor playing a key and visible role. i believe the strategy of sort of asking the police commission, asking members of this board of supervisors without the mayor himself playing a more visible and engage full will work. in this kind of paramilitary organization. it's top down. it doesn't work like anything else we have. so, the other point that i would make beyond the boards of the mayor being involved is that i hope this is also an opportunity to get it right on the federal review that we've called upon. we
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asked for the department of justice to come in and right now the review is being done by the department of justice community community reentry policing department. the community policing department is important, but what it means is that a review done by this wing of the department of justice will not be binding on the san francisco police department. the significance of us who actually having the civil rights division coming in and do a study and review is at the civil rights division is the only one that actually has the ability and the power to pose a consent decree. if the consent decrees needed. when you have it been done by the department's community of policing office it's not binding. so, i would ask the mayor. i would ask the chief of
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police, i would ask us to collectively ask in light of the recent development with the last set of text messages that we ask that part of justice that they actually sent in the civil rights division. so that whatever happens because of this review is actually legally binding on the department. i think that's the kind of message that needs to be sent but also it will ensure that any changes that are are actually recommended are not just recommended but actually required so the changes actually happened. the rest i submit >> clerk: thank you. madame president see no other names on the roster that includes the introduction of new business >> president breed thank you. please read public comment >> clerk: at this time the public may now address the entire board of supervisors for up to 2 min. on the items within the subject to include
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the minutes and items on the adoption without reference to committee calendar. i happens 2932 public comment is not allowed when an item has been previous subject to previous public comment. pursuant to the boards was direct your mark to the board as a whole not to individual supervisors were to the audience. speakers using translation assistance below twice the amount of time to testify with you like to display your document on the overhead projector please go a state such to smg tv removed the document when you like the screen to return to live coverage of the meeting. >> president breed first speaker, please. >> testifier: the illicit truth of without objection and applying ultimate [inaudible]
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local visible functions [inaudible]. >> president breed: thank you.
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next speaker, please. >> testifier: good afternoon supervisors. it's now or never. come hold mental health type. i hope you really make it turn out right. tomorrow may be too late. it's now or never. make myself turn out great. i hope you make it turn out right, not wrong. it makes the city where you belong. make it turn out true and don't it make city hall and don't it make city hall and don't it make city hall blue. welcome back
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supervisor peskin. it's time, again when the giants come to town a month to town it's bye-bye baby. when the giants come to town it's bye-bye baby. when the giants come to town its bye-bye baby. it's bye-bye baby. >> president breed thank you. next speaker, please. >> testifier: good afternoon supervisors. san francisco motorcycle police officers as a san francisco resident i am urging our police department to
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come out of hiding and execute their responsibilities to ensure vehicle codes. it is not acceptable protocol and again police procedures are officers in groups of 3 or more to congregate in restaurants they should be performing their duties. they only accept the only exception to this would be in case when the president is in town making a visit or in the death of one of their own. if i could point out to one reason as to why our city is besieged by the height cell phone violations and clearly not abiding by driver codes than this would be it. i request that all supervisors mandate that all officers earn their pay and step up their diligence and commitment and take an aggressive approach to
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motorists that are in violation of vehicle codes. we need to keep our streets and pedestrian safety. the poa ignoring the fact that so many accidents that are occurring in san francisco is because of lack of job performance that they're sworn to enforce. not just joyriding around waiting for payday. some motorists were breaking laws and vehicle codes right in front of them. modified existing radios blaring all windows tinted failing to yield to pedestrians emergency vehicles. >> president breed thank you. next speaker, please. >> testifier: i was taught when i was 3 years old [inaudible]. he is
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>> president breed: thank you. next speaker, please. >> testifier: name is jessica. i've some handouts, also good,
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owner of a loft that my unit is on the portion of the building overlooking the parks and recreation department. the wanted to convert in a mini department to design adopted by the parks and recreation apartment in 2008 the parts removal of 3 trees. and one ashley. the ashley adopted by the parks and recreation does requires removal of the street. because the design is inefficient. environmentally inappropriate and affects the quality of life for all in my building who benefit from these trees because they're beautiful and magnificent.. i never received any notice of any kind of the 3 community meetings held about the many park during 2008 or the meeting held in 2014 not found anyone my building received any such notice. i've owned and lived in netherlands 1996. the design adopted by the parks and recreation includes lighting
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water features and not tolerance. to doubt. once it with her sponsor would've us the neighborhood apart grooves electrical lighting the sickle water from underground cistern and plan such as ivy interviewed apart [inaudible] listed but is not to make this were supposed to do that. there are can expect residents on england to incur this expense necessary. the plans have been good about this whole thing was going on that or they're going to be cut down to artistry to be designated as a limb arteries and nominated reprieve for these trees that are on the chopping block. that's it. >> president breed thank you. next speaker, please. >> testifier:, thomas gilbert
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that either we be surprised when of lease officers that retire never point a gun out of the holster and firing a bullet. that's the direction we need to go. 2nd, i've been serving comments about the mayor about his political dear like iran contra guns for hostages. didn't stick with reagan. i may have been the only person that evacuated to a bomb scare during a committee meeting acknowledging laundered contributions, nothing happens. the mayor associate with pay to play and failing to see the needs of the cities
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communities. the whole bay area is suffering. because of that. on the other side of the coin, we have an editor in the san francisco magazine here from this issue which was the planning commission issue and he writes, running against a clown car of people that stop their names out and try to make a change. very dismayed at that. i can't regret my name wasn't in a clown car, 2. i want to pass out happy-not happy but encouragement by the democratic clubs endorsement of candidates amy farrell. i think that's it direction the city needs to go to. i wish i had a
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little more time but i don't. enjoy the start of baseball season. begin breed thank you very much >> president breed thank you much other any of the members of the public dog provides the public at this time? seeing none, public comment is closed. >>[gavel] >> president breed medical, go to the items for without reference to committee speaker items 29-33 being considered for immediate other option. without committee reference a single rollcall vote may not have these items on the main objectives overnight and have it considered subtly. >> president breed >> supervisor mar 31 >> president breed lets us call each item one by one tournament
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that first item pickup items when birds that apartment of alcohol beverage control to deny alcohol license applications nontraditional alkyl businesses in the city. >> president breed supervisor mar >> supervisor mar i moved to continue to april 12 meeting >> president mar >> president agreed as wald's people talk moved and seconded., take out without objection? can we take that without objection? without objection the motion passes. >>[gavel] >> president breed next item >> clerk: item 30 resolution to support the california faculty association into words the california state university administration to give the csu faculty perspective deserve and agree to the reasonable sorry increases the demand. >> president breed supervisor mar b1 mar i encourage everyone to support this. on
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behalf of the 26,000 california state university faculty these to be a member for 16 years really important we don't want to have to strike on april 13 but it's really important issue thanks to sheila tully the president of the cfa at san francisco state. i think this is a critical issue in our sport to be extremely helpful for fair contract for the faculty. i urge support >> president breed thank you. member please call the role for item number 30 because i am 30, supervisor campos aye, cohen, aye, farrell, aye, kim aye, mar, aye, peskin aye, tang aye, wiener, aye, yee aye, avalos aye, breed skype there are 11
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aye >> president. the resolution is not that unanimously >>[gavel] >> clerk: item 31, resolution to urge san francisco initial hesitation agency board of directors and the sfmta director to deny the commuter shuttle program permit applications amended by powers intelligent transportation inc. until such time as bauer demonstrates folk alliance with labor harmony. >> president breed supervisor peskin >> supervisor peskin going so far as mta took action on this last week i sent aboard a boat i believe that this resolution is now moot and i would like to make a motion to table it. >> president breed is there a 2nd? moved and seconded., take that without objection? can we take that without objection? without objection the motion passes. tabled >>[gavel] >> clerk: item 32 resolution does but the california state
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assembly bill 1887 offered by some big number ethan lois prohibits the state agency for requiring its employee officers or members that sanctions or acquire discrimination on the base of sexual orientation and gender identity or gender expression and private [inaudible] >> president breed supervisor wiener >> supervisor wiener: i did we need to strongly be on record supporting a summary member level viii largest economy in the world decide our government is not going to pay for travel to states that relegate lgbt people to second-class status as an important message to send and will help in terms of partnership were seen between government and the private sector in putting our foot down and sending a message to the
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states that are passing these absolutely deplorable discriminatory hate laws that there will be economic consequences for their decision to do so. so, colleagues i ask for your support. >> president breed i couldn't agree with you more. please add me as a cosponsor. with that, colleagues could take as item can we take that without objection? without objection the motion passes. same house, same call adopted unanimously >>[gavel] begot item 33 motion to approve a final map 8755 and 35 presence of unit 3 commission its mixed-use condominium project located at number one frequency. >> president breed no one wants to claim this? okay can we take as item same house, same call can we take that without objection? without objection the motion passes. approved unanimously >>[gavel] >> president breed madam clerk, can you these read the in memoriam >> clerk: today's meeting will be adjourned in memory of the following loved individuals. at the suggestion of supervisor
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cohen on behalf of the behalf of board of supervisors the late patricia armstrong walk-ins the behalf of supervisor peskin the late jack russell stores >> president breed this brings us the end of origin to get madam clerk is there any further business before us the clerk just go giants madam president >> president breed.: we are adjourned, colleagues could have a great day. >>[gavel] >>[adjournment]
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>> good afternoon everybody and welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors' meeting of march 22nd, 2016. madam clerk, please call the roll. >> thank you, madam president. supervisor avalos. >> supervisor avalos? avalos present. president breed? >> >> you're watching quick bites, the show that is san francisco. and today you're in for a real treat. oh, my! food inspired by the
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mediterranean and middle east with a twist so unique you can only find it in one place in san francisco. we're at the 55th annual armenian festival and bizarre. this is extra special not only because i happen to be armenian, but there is so much delicious food here. and i can't wait to share it with all of you. let's go. armenia, culture and cusine has had much cultural exchanges with its neighbors. today armenian food infuses he flavor from the mediterranean, middle east, and eastern europe. >> this is our 55th year and in san francisco we're the largest armenian food festival and widely recognized as one of the best food festivals in the area. we have vendors that come up from fresno, from los angeles showing off their craft. we really feel like we have something for everyone in the neighborhood and that's really what it is, is drawing people to see a little bit of our culture and experience what we experience weekend in and weekend out.
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>> we are behind the scenes now watching the chef at work preparing some delicious armenian kabob. this is a staple in armenian cooking, is that right? >> absolutely, since the beginning of time. our soldiers used to skewer it on the swords. we have a combination of beef and lam and parsley. and every september over 2000 pounds of meat being cooked in three days. >> after all that savory protein, i was ready to check out the fresh veggie options. >> this is armenian cheat sheet. it's tomatos and mint and olive oil. that makes summer food. and what i'm doing is i'm putting some nutmeg. it is kind of like cream cheese. in armenia when they offer you food, you have to eat it. they would welcome you and food
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is very important for them. >> in every armenian community we feel like we're a "smallville"age and they come together to put on something like this. what i find really interesting about san francisco is the blends of armenia that come together. once they are here, the way people work together at any age, including our grandmothers, our grandfathers, skewering the meat, it's fun to see. fun to see everybody get together. >> we call it subarek. it's a cheese turn over if you want. we make the dough from scratch. we boil it like you do for la san i can't. >> the amount of love and karin fused in these foods is tremendous. they come in every day to prepare, cook and bake bread, all in preparation for this big festival. >> nobody says no. when you come them, they have to come tomorrow for the feast. >> what a treat it is to taste a delicious recipe, all made from scratch and passed down through generations. it really makes you appreciate
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the little things. >> it's one of the best festivals. it's outstanding, a marvelous occasion. >> we're outside checking some of the food to go options. i grabbed myself a ka bob sandwich, all kinds of herbs and spices. i'm going to taste this. looking fantastic. one of the best i've had in a long time. you know it's delicious b i have just enough room for dessert, my favorite part. we're behind the scenes right now watching how all the pastries get made. and we've got a whole array of pastries here. honey and nuts and cinnamon, all kinds of great ingredients. this is amazing. here's another yummy pastry made with filo dough. oh, my god. really sweet and similar, it's lighter.
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this is what i like. we have a lovely row here. looks like a very delicious and exciting surprise. i'm going to bite into it. here we go. um. this is great with armenian coffee. now we're making some incredible armenian coffee. >> we buy our coffee, they have the best coffee. they come from armenia, specially made. and would you like to try it? >> i would like to try. >> would you like sugar or no sugar? >> no sugar today. i'm so excited. really earthy. you can really taste the grain. i think that's what makes it so special. really comes out. i hope you try it.
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we're having a great time at the armenian festival. we ate, we saw, and we definitely conquered. i don't know about you, but i have to go down to the food. check out our blog for so much more at sf bites at tums until next time, may the force be with you. ♪ ♪ >> first of all, everybody is welcome and we ask two things when they get here. one, that they try something they've never tried before. be it food or be it dancing or doing something. and if they feel like it was worth their while to tell one person and bring that person, that family member, that friend down the street to come with them. >> we're going to have to do a lot of eating so get ready. >> get ready. and you diet tomorrow. .
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>> i'd like call this meeting of transbay joint powers authority to order monday, april 4, 2016, doctor call the roll madam secretary you'll note director sartipi will not be here director gee commissioner kim director nuru and director harper mr. chairman we have
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quorum i'd like move to the next item. >> yes. please item 3 at this time, members of the public may address the commission ami i've not received an indication members of the public wanted to address you on your calendar. >> yes. the meekly will go into closed session with the code we've not received a member of the public wishes to address you if you want to go ahead and clear the >> all right. the board of directors did special meeting is in open session and . >> to item 6 completely illegal counsel anticipated litigation there is no action to report. >> okay with that, the meeting
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left right halt i had a burning doorway to do the right thing and join the department such this we my brother applied and fortunately
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we'll here and this means a lot i'm home everyone night to study and we workout together and it is a blessing i have a brother to go home and fed off of one another we're the twins but pretty much we're not treated and individuals sometimes treated as a item if he did something wrong they use the word instead of you the it heroism we're going our our separate ways and good morning our own individuals middle of steadfastly a twin all the it but inside of the district i've seen negative and positive things and with that made me want to be a police officer i want to give back and do public serve always a class president i
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dealt with everyone and served my class not only be humble enough to serve my class and pierce being a squad leader is a responsibility of maintaining my squad and being that voraciously person i need to step up to the challenge i believe during the 8 months i fulfilled any dude and after graduation just be a good officer to learn the skill and profession and give to the community to give the best to them and be a helpful hand that's the main thing and the new people coming into the did not know why you're doing it join the department for the right reason and do it to help the community and it is sharing you're time when you get into the department do is commented to the craft and enjoy it along
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the enjoy it along the way i encourage you to talk about over with our families and talk 2 over with yourselves ultimately you'll do the job and find a senseably reason for doing it after the hard work everyday for 8 months straight and finally it pays off and you know as honey honor and privilege not anyone can do this job i look forward to getting often the street and learning and hit the ground running it will be a surreal moment day one i thought months here but sat down me and my brother talked about it and we're on the right track and stay focused and walking tloo across the stage is a huge honor
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