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see that may have encompassed 37 individuals where's the 37. >> the preproposed. >> oh, that's the number that attended on the - >> okay okay yes 37 firms attempt the preproposals conference so the our process goes like this we hold the issues rfp and have a database of firms that are registered with us to receive the notifications of our contract analysis our rfp and rfp q's we invite any interested firms we answer questions about the scope of work and it is an opportunity for potential vendors to network with each other in the team. >> is it mandatory. >> i know you continue to
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advance in the process to prequalifying meeting. >> not mandatory we ask all the participants to sign in and provide the contact information we post that as well as questions asked during the conference and the answers that we provided as well q and a we received from e-mail and other needs by the deadline for questions or comments that we provide in the rfp q. >> how do we determine the 5 agencies. >> what happens there is a period of - let's see our schedule i wonder if where we have the schedule in here we post of the rfp q and a schedule with certain meanwhile dates all culminating in the dates the proposals or the statement of kwfks we do so some of the
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interim miles are a preconference and date for questions to be submit by any interested potential vendors and provide a date for our transportation authority to provide a written response to those questions and the next milestone after that the date when the statement of qualifications are due to the transportation authority we allow a month between our requests for rfp q issued at statements of kwflgz due. >> on that line it is too long narrow it down so is there a point system that is attributed can you. >> - >> competitive process yeah. >> to rachel's answer the decision is made by interviews from a panel comprised of other
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agencies that host the process they make presentations a point system laid in the rfp and they're scored and recommended. >> how do you select the panel. >> i think the team has several internal folks to use and identify an external number from a partnership agencies. >> in this case that was mta. >> within the database you e-mail our information do you keep track of how many women and minorities that are inside the database. >> that's a good question i believe see they fill out the former then we'll track that. >> is there a dbe we have a dbe be start. the contract in this case how are the proposals xeeftd that contract and so the 5 that were
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paroled exceeded that and the make up of their teams is included in the page 58 >> right. >> my final question what kind of services will they be doing we can't handle in house. >> absolutely everything let's see if we go to throw the scope of work on page 44 we sometimes use the on calls as an extension of staff transportation planning we actually have consultants do love of the daily work more cost effectively like conceptually engineering design those firms have can do and others pools in their shops allergy i s mapping the community involvements we've work with the consultant firms
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more cost effectively then we can with the facilitation or community organizing work that supports the mr. larkin the cost estimation is a situation and modeling where those folks are either civil engineers for transportation modeling engineers they have you know the software that supports the modeling simulation work we don't have in house or experience from what they focus on. >> thank you. >> the technological skills with the equipment themselves. >> that's right. >> we don't have mr. chair that's all the questions. >> i was going to reiterate we choose the top 5 or 6 firms that submitted the qualifications we choose the ones that submitted -
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and the enterprise verification you breakdown by consultants some say woman some say asian specific and a asian subcontractors are that noted what do you mean. >> i'll have to ask cynthia. >> cynthia executive director for the finance those are categories by caltrain since the majority of finland we'll be combats grant they've defined the asian-american as a category with indian and bangladesh and others while asian specific are cam biology and filipinos and japanese, etc. >> thank you. any other questions thanks for the preemption opening up for public comment
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i have card for later but if anyone wants to speak please step forward. >> my comment is this t many words too much subcommittees wherever you breakdown that much the money is lost your subbing it out subbing it out to every little dime to someone else's pockets you take out of your own pocket you if have a job to do if someone can't speak the language when you go to work for example, i worked for people i didn't understand you get to the point where you're doing the job you just do it you don't pay someone to tell someone how to do the job the guy in charge makes sure everyone is there when you subbing things out. >> we don't see the document
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oh, there we go. >> it was san francisco when this was beautiful in 1951 that was beautiful then because there was no so much things to do you see now we've marched into the future everyone subbing and taking a little bit san francisco needs to take care of their own projects and not have to distributed it out i'm trying to get you be to aware of every time you spend a nickel getting someone to consult you've waste your own money i don't know if you understand clearly if you over sub sub you're taking our own money $10 i paid someone $0.05 to spend a dollar i've wasted a nickel a comment i want you to think about your dignity
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integrity of san francisco not the rest of the world my only comment and this is what i'll show you san francisco in 1941 man thank you. >> anyone wish to comment public comment is closed. colleagues a recommendation so supervisor yee. >> i think you were just about ready to put a slide up there les are looks like 6 things what was that for i don't hear you. >> yes. i have information that shows how the previous on call contract prior to this was was used as cash orders we've executed through that contract. >> you have copies of that. >> yes. we can get you copies. >> is it in here? what page is it on >> oh, this one sorry. >> i can - yeah, so this is
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the first page of one of two and this is the same information you have there and then on the second page 2 of 2. >> these projects which business was actually contracted to do this work. >> sure i have a breakdown by firmer as well the previous round of on calls we awarded 3 contracts to the previous on call these are the 3 primary consultants and is award to each team. >> i can't read it what does it say. >> the 91 guard consultants will be awarded $971,000 dollars
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plus and sanford awarded total value of $372,000 plus and to in the interest of time america awarded $349,000 plus. >> think what will be helpful in the future you have the total and the projects i don't know which one is associated with which one it would be good to say here's the firm and the projects under that total to this so we can actually understand that a little bit better. >> sure. >> what actually went on and to give us a sense of how those $2 million is spent that had been a good check for us to make sure that is done properly. >> so a report announcing we
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show the totals each task order waterway by firm. >> yes. we might sees a pattern it our responsibility to not only approve the overall contract but allocating $2 million to those potential firms at the end of the day we would like to know how it is spent okay. >> okay. >> thank you. any other questions so we've already open up for public comment is there a motion it is an action item. >> there is a motion and a second oh, the house changed again let's have a roll call. >> commissioner campos commissioner cohen commissioner kim commissioner mar commissioner yee
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that item passes. >> please call item 5. >> item 5 recommended amendment at the fiscal year 2015-2016 to decrease revenues by $3 million plus and increase the expenditures by $23 million plus and total net decrease of $26 million plus this is an action item. >> thank you. we have deputy director functioning. >> i guess a packet we have before you the summary of changes that we are making or proposing to the fiscal year 2015-2016 budget amendment following that attachment a your executive order of supposed changes that shows the 5 funds along with what was originally proposed what the increase and decrease change requested and what the new adopted budgeted for fiscal year 2015-2016 would
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be if all items were passed following those pages attachment b the detailed level of revenues and expenditures we're changing attachment c a line item by item explained the nature and the status let me quickly go over why we're could go this each fiscal year we take stock of new trend and recognize the grants and other funds and the expenditure carry offers increases in the increases for the budget i can walk you through attachment a that is on page 61 of your packet as you can see in terms of revenues we're asking to decrease revenues by $3.6 million the majority of changes due to new grants by the bart and transit reliability
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research grant and the late night and the moldings all new grants we've received in the past 9 months in terms of grants we are decreasing the amount we spends earlier car sharing projects the y b i and improvement project the sf long transportation and a few grant we are increasing the amount we anticipate to receive that is the 19th avenue ocean avenue project we also have in terms of revenue changes $2.8 million decrease not a revenue decrease but a change of recognition of how we budget and how we recognize the loan previously we were able to record that as a revenue, however, we've changed the accounting basis through a gap basis due to the change in the new accounting city hall we're
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no longer able to recognize this but we're not receiving the loan payments as anticipated and originally schedule. >> moving to expenditures there's a total of $23.3 million increase in the expenditures under the capital costs line item due to the costs we're not anticipating early on in the year but sfmta vehicle procurement reimbursement we anticipate those in the next few months approximately $23 million also following blow that a decrease in administrative costs approximately $18,000 we thought we'd save we it out we'd have temporary staff and additional audit and legal fees because of the procurement of negotiating over the contract amounts we
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have a decrease of $800,000 that is remember a revolving loan this committee approved in may this resolveer loan replaced a program with $800,000 in commercial paper fees and lastly we have prior expenditures carry over contracts that did not cost our revenues were anticipated but in the happen at the year ends those projects were decreased and cost that didn't occur for the yerba buena gardens because of the ramps we had some contamination issues and that end up in the fiscal year and the 8 categorizing we carried over that change in the type of items they wanted to procure within that
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with that, i'd like to open for any questions i may go into more detail for any items. >> i don't see any thanks deputy director functioning opening up for public comment anyone wish to comment seeing none, public comment is closed colleagues, can we approve that action item we'll take that without objection. it's been moved and seconded thank you thank you, mr. stamos please call the next item. >> >> item 6 introduction of new items informational. >> no colleagues anyone from the public that would like to speak seeing none, public comment is closed. next item please item 7 general public comment >> two names mr. andrew yip. >> good morning, commissioners
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in xeventd the holy teaching of principles follow the holy way and living culinary practices and as well as enforcing communication of holiness into the society the importance of holiness and cultural is heard the reck outlining of say so - we take a cause of human beings universally to have a pure land of the kingdom and for level of attainment and through knowledge that will support of an exceptional destiny for divided poverty for preaching to the holy people one needs only to stay in
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boundary and secure one's life of destiny to wit out poverty and making successful once a destiny for all special relationships of devine order one expands the teaching of holyness of virtue in nature and know about people with mediation and mercy with recognizing 40 - shall come to successful of poichlt for destiny of all. >> thank you, mr. yip is mr. lee is here please step forward if you want to speak. >> i just spoke earlier about some things. >> see what is really happening in the streets of san francisco for real are drug cartels that are taking
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over the city wars within wars the bullets the bullets that are killing people are coming from the drug cartels themselves this is a fact of life for poor people in the city i ran all the way downstairs to get my smoking that's my major bad addiction there is so many addictions their fueling lots of money for people that do illegal drugs that's where the bullets they're carrying san francisco whatever you want to hear lies about i've been living on the streets since october i've survived barely barely by keeping myself away from that when i was out at pier 80 it was dangerous not just a
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bad place to live no good planning about that shelter shelter that was disgust purely i didn't like living there the night i left there were guns awe blazing what anyone cares about i abandoned ship i refused to live there because it became another war of bullets as i least someone appointed to the sky oh, that's just fireworks bull san francisco is shot up by cartels and police were running i abandoned pier 80 forever he refused to be shot period that's my comment thank you. >> thank you is there any additional public comment? >> public comment is closed. >> mr. stamos mr. clerk, is there any additional business to come before this body? >> no item 8 adjournment.
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>> we're adjourned everyone thank >> good morning ladies and gentlemen, if i can have our attention please thank you all. coming to this joyous celebration the fact reopening of francisca (clapping.) its been a long time coming 8 hours short of exactly 5 years with all due respect please give a warm welcome to mayor ed lee (clapping.) thank you, don i know that short welcome has everything to do with the fact real purpose that
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say we need to get people into units and this franciscan towers as you may know and that it was a victim of a big fire in 2011 and you know a lot of victims of fires particularly residents i think very few get the side the fact day tare, is reopened because it take a step back a long time to battle with insurance companies all kinds of things make it difficult again that's why we celebrate those opportunities this franciscan towers a hundred and 4 units of affordable housing the middle of tenderloin reopening the middle of a housing crisis and so it is blessed with being is very, very helpful solution to many and i know that supervisor kim
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understands this she and i have been working to get more affordable housing built if not rehabbed and also the middle of that whether a conversation or working with the fact private developers or work with our city tame family to produce more housing we made a commitment at least 10 thousand affordable units built by 2020 this helps interpreting the fact story is not just about the fact this is rehabbed and reopened lives have been here the middle of tenderloin that also need to be rebuilt that's why this investment is too important that's why the tenderloin neighborhood development corporation valued in the city they keep increasing that portfolio of love i call it actually up to 33 different proposals the city in directly
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helping 6 thousand plus people to make sure they do more than survive in the city this is what the fact tndc does we we partner up so the clerk will take the roll with them and more to come i i know that portfolio they got a lot of projects we've got to announce and we have in a had your we don't want to take 5 years to do this when you look at the building you see how it was damaged and and the units that are very, very small studios are one bedrooms 95 e 35 of the one and 35 are dedicated to formally homeless people this is incredible and burglary hips oh, help us with our challenge facing the fact homeless as i this more navigation centers and add supportive housing working with the fact board to make sure
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we can do with the last round and we're going to get 8 thousand people off the fact streets by the end i finish that will no longer have to be a victim this is our promise behind the fact naefktss and the nexus we're building so we don't have to talk about the fact shifters we have access out of homelessness and that projects like this the middle of communities like the tenderloin are really important to getting that story completed i want to say thank you to the tndc and all the corporate sponsors others are are part of solution to make sure that the financial part of this is done because that's when what is it takes creativity initiative financed not just again money but the
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creative relationship with the fact financial products that really helps to accelerate this housing and want to thank tom dbi and some of the other agencies i know your staff was around and have been inspecting a fire building your probably happy this building will be with good lives thank you, everyone for the fact elephant e tenant and the former building that were patient and the team of people that have brought this to fruition congratulations to the corps (clapping.) thank you, mayor ed lee please welcome supervisor jane kim (clapping.) >> i just want to congratulate the entire team that, ma'am r
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made this happen 0 over the last 4 years a tremendous mulch work to building that after a major fire actually, i think this happened on a tuesday 5 years ago i left really late that evening around 8:30 i decided to have dinner and the middle of the are dinner i heard a major fire i ran over here and got to talk to the tenants at the alexander across the street and it was my first time experiencing a major fire as member of the board of supervisors and it is incredibly frightening one of most unfortunate things when a major disaster you have a responsible and consciousness property owner with a protocol portfolio to house the fact tenants i just
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have to congratulate tndc that's one of the most did the things to actually, the humans were enacted and the fact staff did a tremendous job providing a compassion that for weeks to come after to find new housing and help support people with the fact tradition and work quickly in fact, i had little work in the case of my first fire because the fact frng was taking care of and had staff on hand and work to make sure that tenants were able to transition i think actually in many ways a bigger accomplishment that tenant didn't move back they were able to find permanent housing they felt was secure and wanted to stay in this is actually new housing and will house many that individuals that
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live on the fact streets it is a tremendous accomplishment i want to say this because this is as an opportunity to talk about tndc and the fact partnership i'm lucky to serve under a mayor with affordable housing is clearly his top priority for the fact city and an extensive history to have as much affordable housing and we'll work together to secure the gap furnld for the fact what will be affordable housing for formally homeless families an eddie-taylor a tremendous project we're able to work with tndc and the mayor's office to get the fact funding for the 5 m project project and excited for a project coming online we've been talking about the fact fortunate we we have in long
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time institutions like be tndc that will have been building in the tenderloin for decades that's in many ways why the tenderloin continues to be a working class neighborhood we have nonprofit and leader this stuck around for decades to continue doing this work and one of the reasons i love tndc and come back and see the fact same people continuing to do the fact work with the a testament hard to find nonprofits to do that and frankly you get paid this to d this work yet you believe in it and a tremendous leadership to run an organization that people continue to believe in and finally i just want to acknowledge your organizers go amazing work (clapping.) i've saying this because because wants legislation and funding more affordable housing the community didn't come out and
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residents not informed at the local and state level putting pressure on the stories out the media that's ultimately had drives our accomplishments we're not able to do that and beyond housing building and housing neighborhood not just about neighborhood we need to convert and build a healthier and stable environment outside of the residents i want to thank tndc for your comprehensive vision and for the fact neighborhood in helping us build not only more audible city but a healthier one thank you (clapping.) thank you jan bank of america (clapping.) >> thank you don. >> how you doing i just wanted to thank tndc for building this
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amazing or rebuilding i had the fact honor of being here years ago and as beautiful we see that again with new community groups i aim thankful for the mayor and city for building affordable housing and an honor to see a city that is so committed to building affordable housing and make sure that you know our residents are the place to be bank of america buildings we are better when we're connected we truly are that's why we build save and secure communities in 2014 alone bank of america provided 4.5 whether they would say in financing across the country most importantly in san francisco in the past 10 years bank of america has 1/3rd of
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affordable housing not including the fact investment money today and great to be a partner with you guys and with tndc a number of projects and our apprenticeship didn't aspire we worked for bank of america now for the fact greater innovation thank you. >> thank you (clapping.) >> it is my great pleasure to introduce to say tndcs social work manager doreen franklin kin (clapping.) a >> okay
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good morning i'm here to honored to be here today with you and in a brewing community room of the franciscan towers this is a day i've been hoping and dreaming of for 5 years please forgive me my role this morning two-fold first i'd like to over some reflection aftermath of fire in second give thanks to the unimagineably folks that 2rshd to the resilient community in 2011 was an average day for me, the walking through the intend to to get to another meeting when i left work at 4:00 p.m. i never imagined i'd be bad actor in back in a few
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hours at 8:30 the fact crowds were coming in there's a fire at the towers - okay there was a fire at the towers and arrest rick were on the scene and everything under control while talking on the phone he glantd at the tv i saw the franciscan towers on fire when i arrived most of the tenant were across the street the lobby of the alexander residence told me and in they're afraid pa ganlz and others in mire bathrobes in a few hours as the fact disaster in two things were really clear the first that tenants wouldn't
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be going home imagine having been unhoused in a single second without notice and having only one minute to gather a few blorjz imagine arriving in the building after a long day of work with no place to go no food, no water, inform id, no money, no tone phone and no clothes the fact second thing that was clear to me that tndc staff would not rests until all the fact tenants we are safe and secure by 8 a.m. all of the tenants were, in fact, safe and secure while many that few weeks stayed with folks and family families be doubled up in apartments and adults were the streetcars in the ambassador and cc r the next 10 days at tndc were
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controlled chaos the fact workers the shelters while property management searched for alternative housing for one and some tenants tndc was a blessing we had amazing staff, we had a lot of building, and we have some really good friends the community to r two of our best friends are he american red cross and by 12 p.m. all one and 25 tenants we are settled in temporary housing and properties and dish properties or with friends and families while this data was a milestone for us it was really just the fact end of chapter one the fact rest of the story unfolds with with tndc tireless purity of hours after
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one year of working with the fact community partners the fact late tenants was housed on march 3, 2012 equally important that tndc would not settles for a red-tagged icon. >> equally important tndc would not settle are are for a red-tagged icon in the middle of the tenderloin after several years of having a vacant property on the famous corner of two-thirds they began to rebuild the fact towers there are many significant milestones each of them leaving me at times bracket also and overwhelmsed i remember that the fact admin and
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the tndc after-school program was moved to the parking lot not we called the budget lows i remember the directive and the lottery i remember the fact day the knowledge was painted and the first i stood ♪ r5078 and cried i remember the fact day the first tenants came back home and another day of tears tears of joy and stand the franciscan towers very own community room something they deserve just above us one and 4 unit of beautifully renovated affordable apartments it's been 5 long years since this corner of eddie taylor felt like home i account reasonable doubt for hours for
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the fact folks that supported the fact tenants and tndc to recovery from such a tragedy i'd like to thank the franciscan towers tenants who were kind, caring and compassionate with each other they were patient and never gave up on tndc they taught me the true matt haney of human the fact san francisco fire department saving retrieved medication for people if the people and the tenants the back of residences that opened they're afraid home on the night of the fire and first responders dale, art, georgia, orlando are yvette and monique and linda,
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and state and federal the fact department of emergency services ben i'm not sure he's here we want to thank them on behalf of the fact city and county of san francisco tenants at the ambassador and cc r for 10 days graciously shared they're afraid home and tndc social work team operated the fact shelters around the fact clock and the american red cross that provided meals and three hundred and 34 hours hours of volunteer support the san francisco food bank for providing food and vouchers for basic household items and tndc precipitate management team for the fact 10 days to make sure that all tenants were in a safe
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and secure housing tndc admin and it team especially in a few days had the fact office up and running and tndc 65 for ooefg stability to the franciscan towers families and not missing a beat by operating out of the circulation the team that grashz left hand they're afraid rooms of temporary units and welcomed the fact tenants onto the community without question or gymnast the human services for continuing for the fact support the shuttle mrs. care especially shannon to help us to maintain and ultimately double our subsidies the dult who operated across the fact clinic the manor house for accepting
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the hundreds of vouchers that were provided for the fact tenants the fact san francisco housing authority for the fact emergency applications public school to a very special grew up of people that plays a role ms. jones john's, joe sanchez at the know that sanchez at the is here joanne goldberg and tfa list and others and the countless folks i imagine i've left out to the tndc leadership and most specifically don and paul and others and the face of such tragedy the
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3 of you - dug deep and was forced to ask users the fact question who does tndc want to be at this time of crisis you made did the decisions and had care and compassion tndc staff and the tenderloin community the final group i'd like to thank all the fact people that believed in tndc those that believe that tndc will one day rebuild the franciscan towers on behalf of the tndc we want to thank you from the bottom of my heart
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(clapping.) thank you >> thank you. >> burnett it's your turn please welcome vernon (clapping). >> good morning, everybody. this is a brand new opening thank you thank you all for being here we go celebrating with us mooirns are very happy it have franciscan towers to call home my wife and i were homeless for a year people are homeless for no reason i believe you don't kick people when they're down we working hard to keep her healthy from diabetes she's lost both of
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her legs we tried to stay off the fact street and stay clean and healthy we have no family to support use it is just we have we found a place to say for 450 question had be out at soubs and ask for a shower it was better than the fact street but not good we got a connection to 3 social workers with them working together we got a wheelchair for my wife and best of all a home we're happy to have a home we work hard and my wife says she's never leaving with our new home we get healthy and stable who knows what is possible
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(clapping.) >> now my turn for a few concluding remarks there are so people people i'm not xaefrg hundreds and hundreds the aftermath of a fire but putting together the new franciscan towers rather than call anyone out i want to direct you to a program recognizing those who contributed and we want to commend i guess replenishment on a couple of things because identify cabin sleeping by myself in my bet bed the first we tndc can't do anything alone we exist in a community that part of community and the community depends on us our success is he really a function how we work together
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and one can't see that anywhere better than the fact franciscan towers the other thing i've learned i want to share with people is that affordable housing is a safety net i really only understood how true when i saw what happened when affordable housing was jagged from flaerths people's lives so thank you all for coming question appreciate everything you've done and enjoy your lunc. >> it seems like everyone in san
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francisco is talking about housing san francisco housing prizes are among the highest it tops anyone million dollars and rent rise unfortunately, this is not the first time housing has been in the news thought california the cost of a home has made headline the medium prices for a house in the the $207,000 in california it is more than twice that amount and the laura u bay area is higher it's more than doubled the states so while more than half of the americans can afford the medium fewer in california and quarter in the bayer and now fewer than a 6th of san franciscans can afford it so why it housing in san francisco so go cheven condition tharz the
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obviously a high demand to live here the city is known for cultural diversities that attacks new residents and the credible opportunity our city diverse and will daytime committee grows jobs as a result we estimate the number of jobs is at ann an all-time 0 hive of 6 hundred thousand in the 80 the population was 6 hundred and 75 thousand now, it's grown steadily and quickly the recent estimate is 8 hundred and 40 thousand the highest in the city's history and it's not only san francisco it is greek the bay area has $2 million for residents and jobs then in the 80 and the growth is expected to continue by the year 20403.9
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million people unfortunately, our housing supply does not keep up with the demand i might not realize the majority of construction is housing that's been suspended for years due to the 2008 recession while population is increasing the housing is only increasing that i 9 percent if we don't pursues housing the cost of housing about only increase how do we plan the regional allocation identifies the total number of housing unit by affordable level to support the new residents san francisco incorporates it into the housing elements that guides the housing policies the arena data places it in the investment plans for the growth throughout
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san francisco those plans developed by years of community planning laid the ground work for the construction so the city he e sets the goals in broad terms the private sectors builds market rate housing and non-built affordability housing that majority of housing in san francisco as well as throughout the country market rate houses built by private developers within guidelines of the city some below market rate you howls paid pie public and private dollars and prized to be variable to certain population housing is considered affordable if it costs less than 1/3rd the medium income for a 2 percent householder is $70,000 this householder will have to pay no more than $7,150 to be
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affordable san francisco has see long applied federal, state and local money often built and nonprofit tint for individual families the news cities in california what the inclusive program requires that 10 or ottawa more units to certain blow income levels or contribute to the fund that supports the blow market rate unit almost 25 thousand have been supported by city funds and more than 6 nous thousand of the unit were built between 2000 and 2012 what you can't afford a million will home you're not alone in response san francisco mayor ed lee has set a goal of creating thirty thousand now e-mails homes by the year
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2020 most will be in outreach of the san franciscan with federal and state funds drying up the san francisco ethics commission is, taking an iv i of actually roll is providing housing across all levels we're working diligently for everyone to live here and mr. chair protect the housing semiand strengthen goals against evictions we're commented for housing needs for all san franciscans to learn more visit highway
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>> it's 1 o'clock i want to week you to the san francisco rent board super bowl sunday mr. clerk pledge of allegiance and then roll call put your right hand over your heart stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all all right. thank you could you please call the roll and commissioner cohen commissioner ferrigno it expend commissioner makras commissioner meiberger commissioner paskin-jordan commissioner stansbury will not be presente have quorum thank you very much ladies and gentlemen, the first one on the genocide


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