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given the potential package of 1000 work hours out here and one twisted ankle which is a testament to his company for prop m and the impacts it might safety and keeping folks out of trouble. as somebody who's had to help folks with their lives back together when somebody has have personally this is not been hurt or killed on a job i really appreciate it. overall project and be doing with the ready for discussion but i'll bay bridges since it first started glad to see it's see what my fellow commissioners have to say about that. >> supervisor katie tang. >> thank you so i think in light of next tuesday and he measure pending i want to motion to continue this item. finishing up now. i'm really >> until at least after the happy and happy for trades and old job you think about it. desmond one real serious accident out there and no fatalities could we really election. >> okay appreciate that. us guys in the trades. thank you, all. >>[applause] okay >> okay. so with that, thank to a date to the call of the all our speakers and all of you again for your attendance chair how would you like to do it. >> to the call of the chair that would be great. >> okay. >> you want is roll call vote supervisor peskin a comment no reinforcement so a motion by supervisor tang to to the call today, your support. for the celebration that you will help us continue at we move forward into the lunch burger but first of the chair and supervisor yee let me thank again the folks who organize the chief without objection communications about officer eric young is that including brigitte smith. paul pendergast put on this amazing event. mr. clerk, is there any there you go. he's a business additional business to come before this body? >> there are no more items mr.
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chair. >> thanks we're adjourned leader. advocate. all that. paul, thank you so much for delivering a tremendous event we also have beautiful food from cater jr dean who provided the morning refreshments as well as our lunchtime food as well. may i also please enjoy the food and have shuttles to take you all up to see the project and enjoy the view up >> >> be good i'm todd rufo there and just see the economic and workforce tremendous results of everybody's hard work. for now, development for the city of san if i could invite those speakers and the folks in the francisco we are here today to front to join the underside we announce a new report detailing will head up there quickly to do a quick within cutting. thank you. thank you, everyone. the impact of the healthy >>[applause] retail [inaudible] design to >> >> >> strengthen small businesses and improve access to healthy foods in our community that need it >>[gavel] >> good morning. welcome to the the most. we are here at blue market and i want to thank our host, lisa even for hosting us and this even today. in aging and adult services addition to mayor lee we are also joined by thomas commission. can we have roll
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call [inaudible] from the department of public health. a key partner >> james, present. dodd on this program as well as mayor rogers. a community member and key local partner on this program. we will also be highly is excused loo is joined shortly by supervisor mar excused powell, present. roy, whose cosponsor of the key jail here. sims speaker please note we tell registration a couple executive director mcspadden is years back you join present cosponsoring the legislation with supervisor melia cohen >> because we have a very long agenda before we approve the supervisor for this district by district had reportedly was not able to be here today. now i agenda we are going to table a lot of the reports because a want to take a quick minute to talk a little bit about some of the findings of the report before i headed off to the mayor. healthy retail sf report lot of these items require action and i know you want to was a joint venture between the office of economic and workforce development and the see you are contracts approved. department of public health one highlight a couple key so we are going to table all of findings. the report found that the reports until next month through this pilot program were then 20 stores saw an increase in sales by more than 25%. this unless there's something urgent. with that will also table under new business item 7
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totals more than $5000 for each store and that's real in terms of total sales. that's real cla six month report. we will value that's real impact for these businesses there taken this effort to increase the amount of healthy food they table back also and i think sold in their locations. that is also increasing access to healthy food. within 6000 units that was about it that what we are produced are being sold now were tabling today. with that, i would like to have a motion at individual stores and in total, communities have access within 11,000 units are produced. one of the things that is most important thing the mayor would agree, is that instead of signs promoting to approve the agenda with those amendment. >> moved and seconded. alcohol and tobacco no signs >> it's been moved and seconded we approve the agenda with the following corrections. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? promoting healthy produce and access to fresh food. so i want to take this moment to introduce and handed over to mayor lee is a champion for small businesses and based on the aye habit and the motion is carried >>[gavel] >> at this time could we have my recollection and knowledge some general public comment. any is done more invested more in our neighborhoods and small businesses than any mayor i know. with that, mayor lee. he public comment at this time? i am sorry. approval-before i was good morning everybody. welcome to the bayview. >>[applause] you know the bayview has been a good area go there let me go back to item 3. can i have a motion to
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approve the october fifth commission meeting minutes? >> moved and seconded. for us to invest in all over the city. we know for many years the residence that lived >> it's been moved and second in and around this bayview area had felt isolated from the city and as we started the investment with the first we approve the october 5 commission meeting minutes. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. so the motion is light rail, we realized we really had a gem to help awaken this neighborhood, other neighborhoods in the city, with carried. now item 5, we are transportation, with housing them up with investing in small businesses and today we are in one of those small businesses and while the report is titled, tabling the reports and we are moving down to general public comment. are there any general public comment? healthy corner stores, technically, while this is not a corner store, this is still a corner store. in bayview >> good morning. thank you for having me get my name is barbara rose brooker and i'm because bayview along with the here to present my age march. tenderloin along with outer mission are dotted with many stores that because there's a age march i'm the founder of lack of larger grocery stores the first age march in history in san francisco. age march is become the only place where people can buy their groceries. over a period of time i lee, to celebrate age of pride for
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all ages, gender, race, who's the owner of the store and many other store owners, sexuality and two and age they felt well the market seems discrimination and age to indicate you've got to sell segregation where we are often chips, liquor, candy and that identified by our age and our number and age racism where we has become really the staple of a lot of the smaller stores. a are often discriminated i losing our work, our housing couple of years ago the supervisors and our office teamed up to say that these and many other things. martin so-called food deserts could luther king had a dream to really get some help and introduce them to more judge that people would be healthier foods for the entire judged not by their color but neighborhood. that conversation took place with our health by their character and i have a department thomas is here today dream that some day age, all of us, will not be judged by our numbers were our age but by our experience and what we can do. representing barbara garcia and the entire health about. i want to say thank you for working together where office of economic development in our small business commissioners and all of our folks helping the age march is going to be december 4 in san francisco on invest in neighborhoods to really make this ordinance that union street. a short walk, a
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supervisor cohen and supervisor mar put together about how to big dream and people of all bring more healthier foods to ages will be there. also the our neighborhoods. you can't just say it should happen. were press is very interested in it and i'm excited as a native san you can just criticize people for not having it. you've got franciscans that age march will eventually be global and yearly to actually make it happen and the way we made it happen is just like gay pride is and thank you for hearing my age through investment. you take a store like this and you start talking with the owner and say march. flyers are on the table of this march and where it is going to be good thank you very much >> thank you. any other public what can we do to help you? is that things like refrigeration? is a maybe new shelving? is it comment? hearing none, we will close. now any old business? your point of sale systems? is it marketing and education? is that the visibility of these things? with all these help he hearing none, we are under new used to the had and he just told me that when you come into the store it used to be the first thing you see were chips business. this is information and candy. that doesn't only. dept. of aging and services budget fiscal year 16-17 and 17-agent dan kaplan represent the healthy part of what we want to sell people and presented. so we removing that you can >> good morning. glad to be here. i had wanted to do a still sell it you can put it in other parts of the store, but how about fruits, vegetables and the things you really want
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people to buy right at the front as soon as you walk in. that's good marketing. that is smart. that represents what all he wants to do because with this report says if you do quick update on the budget for these kinds of things and if we work together with our small the current year. we bring you businesses, the increase in the actual sales for the stores a budget as we are working on it typically in late january or early february and then in the will increase. on average, by past we have not generally come 25%. that's incredible. 25 for back and reported where we have small stores like this that means an additional $5000 a month. so it's smart. it's gotten from what i would like to do is do a quick report on economically sustainable. it's where we've gotten to. they make some preliminary comments healthier and it builds as the about he 17-18 budget process report says, healthier which we have started already. communities. the people in certainly what we've done so far is not ready to bring to bayview deserve better services the commission but we have started the process. so if we take a look at the first slide good they should get it. they should get it at the grocery store. they should get it with government services. they should get it in transportation because it should never be any which is a comparison of the 15-16 original budget to the 16-17 original budget what you different than any part of san francisco. this is what we are
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see is that the budget has increased about 8% overall. the trying to do by investing in the neighborhoods not investing in entire corridor. so the percentages if you look at the various slices in the pipe, are report substantiates that may be on average a $20,000 similar in size from year-to-year. so in general, investment in the stores-and we done about average of that in we've grown on a proportionate level way. we get a little bit more into the slices the office about nine stores across the city-will have a return of an additional 25% increase in a of aging budget has grown by about $6 million. this is a unit of sale for all things but number of new initiatives to in particular, vegetables, fresh fruits, the things that really allow people to be healthier. i'm excited about this because my wife has been on my case with the chips bags the biggest of which are additions to the new that she sees once in a while. once in a while. the soda cans. [inaudible] program and the introduction of a new program for support of home and home once in a while. that she wants me to be healthier and obviously, we have some longevity challenges that all care pilot program which is in development but it's funded for this year and funded for next year and then we will go from of us face because you know, there. in addition, you can that is why i'm joining melia take a look at the slide labels
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cohen on things like the sugar tax because we have to have people-we want people to be more health. we have to devise independent provider wages ways to do it. i am glad that which is really what we call the ihss is i'm only remain this report is out. i'm glad there's a partnership. ali is [inaudible] effort payment if you remember back in 2012 the one of one of nine now but i legislature approved a bill to think we have many more recast the way the ihss program partnerships to really create and establish what we want to is funded. from that point on do and i know the businesses will feel the i think the it worked until 13 on it works good counties had a maintenance of effort payment that they made. in lieu of paying for a particular percentage of wages and benefits for ihss. so the main maintenance of effort payment amount was set a store support that they have from the community. there will be kids watching and smiling with her parents saying, hey, let's get on 11-12 actual expenditures on something that are grocery the county by county basis and store and let's not send the kids down just for chips and soda and ice cream. we got more healthier foods to represent your. i'm proud of the program. i'm glad were bringing it in to so-called food deserts but we are on a roll. [inaudible] it grows at 3.5% a year and if opened up not too long ago and we were there. it's a great you compare the numbers and grocery store with a lot of vegetables and fruit and at 15-16 216-something you'll see really good affordable price. for this entire neighborhood i think within a bring a whole
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they're all most 3.5% different from each other could then it is adjusted by changes in revolution of foods in the way collective-bargaining people eat the way they treat agreements at the account. the their own health. again, i see supervisor eric mar. thank you for introducing this and making sure working with our offices, county makes up collective-bargaining agreement that increases the low cost of wages for benefits that will increase the amount of the moe. do we make sure we actually implement it in a way in which it will be sustainable and now in san francisco we have not done that in the past year. what has happened instead is really, set the standards for future stores all over our city to really have a good healthy that the minimum wage ordinance array of products for the residents to benefit from. so has kicked in. before the minimum wage ordinance kicked in congratulations, ali,. thank you to you to the store owners to all the stores along third street for paying attention to the ihss wage was a little bit about the minimum wage. as it kicked in and remember we are this. in addition to the actual moving towards $15 an hour over things you sell, we are helping several years the minimum wage caught up to the ihss wage and has started pushing it up. so i with the size. were hoping with the sidewalk looks much cleaner hss workers are now making $13 this month icd dpw trucks-have you seen him this many times speak yes. >>[laughing] very much into this. anyway, thank you everybody for collaborating and coordinating. >>[applause]
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an hour, which is the minimum for the minimum-wage ordinance went into effect they were getting paid $12 an hour. next fiscal year their wage will go width thank you, met as the up to $14 an hour. but what mayor mentioned this legislation was sponsored as supervisor eric mar was joined we've had extensive discussions a second supervisor mar. with the state about the impact of local ordinances local minimum-wage ordinances on me >> thank you so much to ali and will we and we have an and the businesses are making our community healthier. i want agreement that at this point that we are minimum-wage does to say that reports are important in documenting best practices but doesn't capture the spirit of the food not trigger a change in the ml we. because is not the result of the collective bargaining guardians at bayview hunters process. it is something that point struggling for healthier applies to all workers in communities. changing from a nature restriction. which is culture of fast food, of good news from a budgetary point of view because the ihss workers get a higher wage but alcohol, and cigarettes and junk food to a culture of healthy communities were small the city does not come up with businesses are the key partners a higher general fund share to and the backbone of making a culture of health in our fund its. it's a good community could i want to just situation. we also have growth think especially, the in the ihss public authority health and dental payments. another big category of the budget. there is medical coalition, not just from the bayview but from the tenderloin inflation. certainly in the housing corner sword: jessica
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estrada and others that come into the program really bring that sense of justice for my lowest income neighborhoods and now with the omi and other neighborhoods i feel like one ihss how the workers program there is throughout the world of medical coverage and we are feeling that here.. that is of the spew out [inaudible] food justice movement has given being reflected in our budget birth to and my efforts especially nick gotto who supported for over two years that also doesn't trigger a change in the moe. and we are the work on the advisory expecting that there will be committee put together by christina kota suzanna hennessy and the great department of public health staff have been some fairly significant additional inflation into the incredible to work with as well. i want to also just acknowledge next fiscal year in this category. costs are in fact that our food justice going up in the healthcare arena. so is there anything also want to call your attention to? the last is coalitions are critical in around ihss is service and ensuring that we expand not only 29-10 stores but we double and triple and quadruple that i think the funding that my office and other offices county staff as you will note our costs went down there. that advocated for to double the budget this coming year after work out some wrinkles, but is actually an artifact of michael we are looking at ways to expand this beyond only $120,000 for example. i also want to acknowledge that the 75
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healthy retail reps are important but it's the hundreds of food justice leaders to come shifts of staffing within the from our communities that are most important part about budget. it is not a lower commitment in terms of staffing to the administration of the ihss program. in fact, we've added a significant number of positions on the social work and support staff side of the ihss program. what we have done in the budget is we've taken the eligibility workers were part of the ihss program on a budgetary level we combined them with our san francisco healthy we sell as of the vision that came out of grassroots organizing for the last ligaments the families, the seniors, the children the others that come from our neighborhood that benefit from a culture of health and shifting towards that. so it's not only the transformation of corner stores to healthier stores and great partners with our community but it's lifting up out of poverty many of the benefits net group which is the group that has medi-cal and cal fresh eligibility work. so the cost of those eligibility leaders that are here waiting to just lead our communities to workers have slid off of the a culture of health. i want to das budget into the dhs budget. thank my co-author were cosponsors melia cohen jane if you are looking to the actual staffing was doing eligibility work for seniors jane kim for their bravery for the bayview to the tenderloin and persons with disabilities you would see the numbers brother neighborhoods and enough for healthy communities actually gone up. we have added can also, as we developed our healthy food weedkiller incentives program is really blossomed but it didn't start here. from less open to
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sf benefits net eligibility workers systemwide and a larger share of those workers are in fact working on the aging and disability side of the program. so it's a budgetary move that brooklyn, two other neighborhoods, they been developing the model as well. i note at san francisco claims credit for a lot of things, it's really the grassroots and it is also united in solidarity reduces cost but if you look at where the actual staff are with other impacted neighborhoods. i had to drive working there are more of them. all the way from ocean beach just to add confusion. okay. if where i live in the top northwest of the city to the south east but it is beautiful and it's great to see the flowering and the rising up of we look at staffing what you our neighborhoods from our small business leaders like will see is that there are miriam [inaudible] who was also small additions to the number in on the advisory committee on the arab american grocers to of staff in a number of african and latino committee standing up for healthier to programs. the largest addition to the to take account of his make it thanks to mayor lee and in the eps program where we many others for this amazing report but it captures the added next team of social spirit of our movements. lastly, i'll take a moment to workers and as i said before if you look at the ihss group you can see the numbers go down but what this is is a number of new say that the passage of proposition b the sugar and beverage taxes critical. it social work and support staff will help fund fund so many
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offset by a reduction of eligibility staff which is just a gadget budgetary change.then programs in our city so we can expand not only healthy retail sf but many other programs to gift our communities out of poverty and to fight for a culture of health in our communities. thank you to tom todd solo oewd [inaudible] and the department of public health for their leadership but especially the grassroots if you look at our funding mix leaders from all our communities. thank you. from year-to-year what you'll see a percentage basis it's >>[applause] >> thank you supervisor mar. very similar. so the federal revenue represented, 30% in one year and represents 30% in the next year and so on throughout the other [inaudible]. so as i mentioned this was a partnership between the office of economic and workforce developers and the department of public health and the share overall, it sort of interesting believe we can improve and support small businesses and promote healthier communities. one of them right up to maas from the department of health. >>[applause] >> good morning. my name is to look at the two bases of the battled health officer of the budget process that are city and around the public probably most important for us here. the first phase is the health division or the health department. i want to start off by telling you i grew up in the mission district and i grew up next to a corner store. one day agency proposed budget and that is what we bring to you when we come to you in february. so this represents charlene's and the people who ran the corner store or to chinese proposal supported by the hsa immigrants. i went one day and i asked them, how long they
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executive director. it comes out out of our agency budget process. in that part of the process we have tended to focus have been in the store because most on the departmental i was a kid. they had been infrastructure. by that i mean, running the store for more than the people and systems that 30 years and i asked them, how come you are here every single day. they were there seven days a week for 30 years. they said provide services within the das because they love the community. they never talk one day of vacation. that's how committed they were to the community. for me, that had a really lasting impression on me as a child.. part of the program. the dos agency part of the program. when we get to the ad backs seeing somebody committed to phase the mayoral ad back the community. i just want to phase and the board at that say, thank you because the what you are doing here impacts the faces, then a lot of money whole community. the little kids that come in here, they comes in typically for direct are going to see this fresh client service. that's where food until you are impacting their lives. you are having an impact that goes way beyond additional nutrition money would come in. that's where money for things like the home what you are doing here today support program would come in. so, thank you so much. when thing i want to just do is give you a really quick message from so when we brought to you our proposed budget it was not a public health perspective. there are three things i want exclusively staffing and you to remember. i want you to number three, four, and 50. systems. but that was where the
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three. there are three core behaviors that lead to 50% of large body of the dollars went. most of that has made it into the final budget. there were some reductions along the way and typically what happens is death in public health. so we we make a proposal. we will go to the mayor's office. the mayor's office will except a worry about poor diet. that is large portion of the proposal. one kick fiscal activity is the not necessarily all of it and ate at in some other things. other one. and then, access to alcohol and tobacco. that is then when we get to the board the third. that goes with those phase of the process we work three. those three things lead to four categories of diseases could one is cancer, with the budget and legislative cardiovascular disease. analyst who recommends trends diseases of the heart, hypertension, etc. diabetes and we know with a québec epidemic to the mayor's proposal. and of diabetes in children and the last one is pulmonary disease. some of those actually get so three behaviors lead to those four conditions that result in 50% of the deaths we see across the united states. implemented and some of them don't and then additional money comes in but normally as i said before, it is for things like increased money in the nutrition program, increased money in the new initiatives. so what you are doing here today is having a big impact in public health. it's people like you that really helped to protect and promote health. so
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this year for example as we were developing the budget does a great deal of interest in having a new center at reiman it's really about making a healthy choice, the easy choice. that's what ali is doing is making a healthy choice the easy choice. health is so important because health makes everything possible. street in the valley this a thank you, again, ali. great little bit of money second year of the budget for that. so job. >>[applause] width thank that's the sort of thing that comes in in the second days of the process.if we look at this you, thomas good small business owners are some of the most last five dos enhancements courageous people i know. they added since february, this is take risk. they were tied where those items came in. so asleep for the business. in the make investments in the future you can see there its nutrition is what the community could i want to invite up a lead site to speak to that now iq. >> first of all, i would like program money. there's housing subsidy money. this is where to thank everyone to make this happen. it was really great job money on the dignity fund, what we have done here. i am which doesn't take into current grateful, you know, for the opportunity [inaudible] healthy this so your butt hits in the next fiscal year assuming passage comes in and then if the we delegate san francisco. this program has provided important and excellent support to my that proposition is passed next week opposition i then also be a little bit of staffing money for the dignity business operation as well as to the community. by providing fund to do work, preparing and
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doing studies and setting up healthy food to the residence of bayview and our community, the analysis and the decision-making process. but that is a small piece of the whole. the big pieces the service these enough $6 million and it comes in the second year thank you very much to everybody coming here. thank of the biennial budget. so that you so much mr. mayor, for coming here today. and i commend you on this program is just the kind of quick [inaudible] your city. thank high-level records in the you very much, everybody. >>[applause] process and where we ended up. >> healthy retail sf is a i want to talk a little bit about next year. the dynamics are going to be i think a little bit different next year from last year. so where we partnership between small business owners, residents, the city and also community single is on the ground. i want to invite up my rogers in the bayview coffee zone next. have had room to grow on the >>[applause] >> growing up here as you know corner stores are stapled to this community and so if staffing side of the dos budget has really been around the ihss focusing on helping them both program. it really is an artifact of the i-h ss mo we which has basically hold the be better businesses as well as providing important service to
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city harmless from general fund the community-excuse me-one of growth in that program. that the biggest things about this will still be there but we have program that i feel like should not go away. i wish i really look forward to this grown the program a great deal in the last several years. we programming expanding and have also grown the aps program creating an opportunity for and the aps program is funded more businesses like ali two largely with federal money and for both improve their façade and the appearance of their business as well as products they serve. thank you. >>[applause] >> now before we have the with 2011 realignment money. in mayor and others for the store 2011 we up realignment money, which is funded by state sales taxes and state vehicle license fees it has been growing relatively rapidly of we've come out of the recession and growth in that pot of money had actually slowed a good bit over and i think make a few healthy the past year in sales tax purchases, i do want to take a moment to thank and acknowledge a number of key folks. revenues are coming in a little [inaudible] we bus project manager from oewd. what team more slowly than they anticipated at the state level. so that is a source of revenue growth that will not be as tourist from clean sf
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neighborhoods. angel cardoza robust in the future were not small business development and thomas lee from oewd also expecting it's going to drop susanna has a and jessica but it's growth won't be as estrada from the department of robust in the future. then on public health. the tenderloin healthy corner store food coalition and bayview field zone gabriel [inaudible] for the small business to bowman center where he [inaudible] from the acetone was mike it is the dhs side and dos and dhs are sort of linked by their general fund, we had a lot of growth in the medi-cal program and cal works program and cal was all the numbers of the healthy food of the retail sf advisory com fresh program over the last several years which is allowed us to sort of free up and we leverage general fund money. the growth in those programs has basically stopped on the medicaid-on the medi-cal side. it slowed dramatically on the cal fresh side. actually reversed on the cal works cited cow works is very dependent on caseload and caseloads have come down as we got further and further away from the recessionary period. there's more employment and more people are able to get jobs. these are
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all a good thing. but it does reduce money in the cow works program. so that tends to tighten up our budget all around. so we will feel a tighter situation going forward into the next fiscal year then and the past. i don't think it's a situation where were going to be doing anything like dramatic cutting but on the other hand growth won't be as easy as it has been in recent years. >> thank you. any questions from commissioners? >> the only question might be the timing of dignity fund revenues into that budget. are you saying that the diminished revenues streams you are highlighting are not offset by dignity fund dollars in the next fiscal year? it will only be the year following? >> no. in the next fiscal year
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, 17-18 assuming passage next week will have an additional $6 million of service related money. which can be used to pay for nonnatural services. that is, that can be used to cover 100% of the cost of a new service or they could potentially be leveraged if we have a good way to leverage them. with some other federal stream. in which case the total amount would generate would be more than $6 million but $6 million of money that can be used as if it were general funds. okay? thanks. >> any other questions? thank you. next item, all these items below are action items and require a vote by the commission. the first item a the dept. requests authorize
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asian to modify dos grant agreement with nonprofit service providers the cost of doing business. funding during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30 2017. in the aggregate amount not to exceed $90,809 could deny the motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> good morning commissioner john john-director of contacts for hsi. the common request authorizations to modify the dos contracts for cost of doing business adjustment as you know these are funds the city provides to assist nonprofits in meeting the cost of doing business in the bay area. last year the dos commission approved the cost of doing business for both fiscal year 15-16 as well as the zero fiscal year 16-17. so this
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request is an adjustment of the 16-17 copy in its round total of $90,000. by comparison the total copy added to the last two years by last year's approval was $2.4 million. this is just kind of a change in methodology as well as applying it to funds that were not covered in last years motion. to describe the first part of the copy for this year there's a change in methodology about a calculated the cost of doing business. last year they took 2.5% of all eligible base cost and added to 15-16 and then added an identical amount to 60-17. what they did not do is not applied the 2.5% to 15-16 god b. they did the base amount. so this is a compounding thing where the change they are doing is they are adding the 2.5% from last year. it's kind of that actually less than a 10th of a percent increase. agencies will
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get some funding but it won't be a significant amount. the larger part of this $98,000 is funds that were not covered by last year's motion is a that is new contracts that came in the year 15-16 as well as add backs that got baselined were not included so they did not get a 16-17 increase. we are applying that now. i'm available to answer any questions you have regarding this year's cotton b. >> any questions? it was his addition they did on a pro rata basis human of context by agency? >> what we do is look at the calculations from last year and see what the eligible base cost is over the 2.5% we would figure out what base and multiply the 2.5% to that 2.5%. some of these increases are like less than $10 for a contract because it's a small amount. for the cotton b for
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new funding it be a whole 2.5%. added as a card b for this fiscal year could >> agencies don't have to apply for these funds. you just distribute it as i can >> right it will contact each agency and let them know and allow them for the budget adjustments. >> okay. any questions??is there public comment at this time? any public comment on this item? i will call for the vote all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> the next item, b the department request authorization to modify the grant agreement with next ability san francisco for provision of the village model program during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the amount of $50,000
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plus a 10% contingency for a revised total amount not to exceed $283,250. >> denied a motion to discuss? b was moved and seconded. >> good morning. executive director of [inaudible] this item for you today is board of supervisors one-time only at back funding to support village model services in district 3. the contractor next village is a -provides a village service in district 3. they have been around since about 2010. we've seen significant growth from them over their short existence. they are now approaching 300 members total in their bills. this funding today will be used towards going towards increasing the program capacity to meet the increased service demands of
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high membership. largest chunk is going to be going towards an increase in staff time. we will see about an equivalent of .5 fte increased. as well as an increase in hours for to have a contractor who's providing chinese language translation services. we will see more of her time helping with the program as well's expanding role just beyond translation we also will see some funding towards operating expenses such as production of their monthly newsletter database costs and other program expenses such as space rental for e vents. with the increasing were also busy in the scope of service increased course funding increases in service units including client serves new memberships and volunteers. with that happy to answer any questions the commission might have on this item. >> any questions? is there any public comment at this
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time? please. >> good morning madam or madam chairman emeritus of the committee. i'm the executive director of next village san francisco. michael did the highlights present i'm here to answer the questions you might have. did you mention we were part of the most diverse village in the [inaudible] >> i don't think i did >> we are somewhat proud of. we just attended the national village to village conference in columbus alive. we are one of the bigger villages in the country but we also discovered we are the most diverse. we have the highest concentration of ethnic diversity, income diverse city, and by the way the highest concentration of seniors in the city are in our district. so we work very hard to make sure that our membership reflects our neighborhood and that we don't turn anyone away because of
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income. so we are pretty proud of that. thank you. >> thank you. any other public comment? hearing none, i will call for the vote. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the ayes have it. the motion is carried. >>[gavel] >> item c request authorize asian to enter into new grant agreement with south stone sound family ymca writer many services programs to seniors and adults with disabilities in the neighborhood of san francisco the time. beginning november 1, 2016 and ending june 30 27 and in the amount of $75,000 plus a 10% contingency of 75,000 7500 per total not to exceed an amount of $82,500. can either motion to discuss?
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>> moved and seconded. >> you are on. >> thank you president james. i'm linda-office on aging. commissioners, i seek your approval for the grant award to [inaudible] to facilitate committee services in the park merced area of district 7. park merced housing is on 19th ave. near where 19th and [inaudible] cross. there are it's about 115 acres and there are 3000 units of housing there. the department park merced management estimates in those 3000 units of housing about 2500 older adults who live there. this is a great location to start some community services in district 7. the grant will fund a 30 hour a week on site activity coordinator at park merced will correlate services to a minimum of 110 new consumers. 375 hours of activity and 100 hours of
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social services. park merced management plans to have a shuttle service driving around the property. this is going to happen within the next few months. the ymca is also going to buy something in service to its stone town facility to take individuals from park merced to activities that stones down. the lunch program there for example. as a great drumming class. there's also sf connected computer lab. the director of the family and senior programming at the y has been doing her job at the y for about 14 years. she has been overseeing senior programs for about eight years. she's going to oversee ultimately this program. in partnership with park merced. can i answer any questions? >> since i know that area, it's in my area i was just wondering, are there where they'll be a site within park merced. are you
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transferring-it's a small center over there at stones down. are they going to use both to establish one? >> the goal is to have actual services at park merced. there are i believe 11 towers of their in the community meeting rooms in each of the tower areas. so there is space. we also want some services are there. we don't want to transport everybody down the street to the why. we want something happening at park merced. >> okay. commissioners? >> i know there's some budget for the driver. i don't see any cost for the vehicle. is there an existing vehicle of their extending service? is an handicapped enables? yes. i would expect it is, yes, circuit i don't know that for sure but to be compliant it would have to be. >> any other comments? we can
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always look at muni for the transportation, right? we do have a transportation to take them shopping. we hope that- >>[inaudible] [off mic] thank you. public comment at this time? any public comment? hearing none, i call for the vote. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the ayes have it. the motion is carried. >>[gavel] >> next item requested d requesting authorization to enter it into a new grant agreement with san francisco in-home supportive services public authority for independent provider mode in-home support services during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2020. for years, okay. in the amount of winner and $50,000 plus an
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annual 5% contingency for a total of amount not to exceed two winner and $63,220. could either motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> okay. megan? >> good morning commissioners. megan cannot here be today so i'll be presented. my name is [inaudible] i'm a manager in the home support service services program. so i'm here to ask your approval for the public authority administrative budget. which runs from july 1, 2016 through june 30 2020. it's a four-year budget. public authority performs a wide range of services. among them they
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maintain a registry. when clients are not able to find someone to hire the registry dispatches a list of potential providers from which our recipients interview and select and then they notify the county. so that is one key service that the ihss public authority provides. in 2009 the state of california required all providers to go through the enrollment process which includes fingerprinting. this is a criminal background check. so the public authority receives the results of the fingerprinting and when people are cleared they share that with the county. so then the provider become eligible for employment. also the public authority maintains the health
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benefits of all providers and any provider who works 25 hours in two successive months of which in one month if they were 25 hours, they qualify for health coverage and that is provided through san francisco healthy workers. so that is maintained by the public authority as well. one of the key services that the public authority provides is the mentorship program. this is when clients returned from long-term settings such as laguna honda. they assist them in successfully transitioning into the community. so that is all i have. if you have any questions i will be happy to answer. >> commissioners? >> my only question is i don't
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see a lot of capital costs. most of this is salary. so do we have another way of equipping these people with computers and various costs but it appreciated somehow? >> i would have to the assistance of the budget people. >> commissioners, there are not very many capital cost. this all passed through funding from the state. it was chartered by the state that we have this program and there are few items. possessing three computers, a couple of laptops, minor things. they don't really require that. >> great. thank you. >> i had one regarding
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training because for these in-home support services workers. what kind of training do you have for them in case there is abuse or something like that? is there training program for them around that? >> basically the public authority coordinates with home bridge. are other contractor. they provide basic personal care service training which includes cpr and it's around 40 hours of training. >> okay. what happens if there's abuse with the provider? because i am hearing that in the community. what kind of training do you have in
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case there is a case of abuse? do you dismiss them or how is that happen? do they go to train because i asked about that before. one of the items >> one of the items the enrollment [inaudible] talks about his abuse of clients or clients with disabilities. basically we come to know about this through aps reports. when that happens it's investigated and then as you know, i hss the employer is the clients. if the client doesn't agree with us to terminate the provider because of these allegations we are really-we are not empowered to just tell them we can terminate this provider because usually they have the right to go to a hearing and the administrative judges sometimes amuck most times, agree with them. basically.
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>> okay. well we will talk about that. sometimes they feel dependent on that person and so you need to really look at that and see what happens because as a dependency there. right but that is my concern regarding that. >> president james? president james i was can add to what he said good basically say the adult protective services
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workers are really knowledgeable about that very issue. i think there is some pros and cons to the way that in-home supportive services is set up and i think most people feel it's really a pro that people can choose their own worker and manage that worker. when we run into situations like you are talking about with the person is dependent upon the other person and at the same time abused at the hands of that person then aps is really trained on working with a person to try to working with a person in potentially working with a family member to change the situation. but as he mentioned, we don't-in ultimate because were working with adults would have the ability to make their own decisions, it's very tough. you know we are doing with essentially state laws and peoples rights to make their own decisions. so what we do, though then his work with them and continually try to support them as much as we can.
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>> okay. there's a little thing called dementia and their >> there is and there is also and with that comes in that creates a different scenario. >> it does. it does did i just want to make sure this training regarding that. any other questions? public comment at this time? any public comment? if not all called for the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the ayes have it. the motion is carried >>[gavel] >> next item, e requesting authorize agent to enter a new grant agreement with san francisco in-home support services public authority for on-call in-home support service during the period july 1, 2016 through june 30 2020 in the amount of $1.1 million plus an
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annual 10% contingency for a total grant amount not to exceed $1.2 million. could i have a motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> okay. >> i will be presenting this one as. when of the key services that public authority provides is the emergency on-call program. the emergency on-call program assists clients who providers are not able to be in the home to continue providing services due to illness or family problems. in those cases, we make referrals to the public authority and they dispatch an emergency on-call person. it's not unusual for hospitals to discharge people on fridays and we get calls to send someone
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and this is when we use the emergency on-call program as well. >> any questions from commissioners? public comment. any public comment? hearing none, i will call for the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? so the motion is carried. hearing the motion is carried. >>[gavel] >> with item f i'm going to turn it over to my vice president seriiñà >> they can. item f requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with bayview hunters point of the purpose center senior services for the provision of elderly nutrition program congregate meals during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of ticket 1007 or $76 plus a 10% contingency
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for a revised total grant amount not to exceed $503,638. >> good morning president james commissioners and executive director mcspadden. before sarah actually prevents present bayview, we wanted to give very quick and brief overview of the nutrition presentation. this morning. so again my name is tiffany kearney and i am one of the nutritionist at the office on aging. today my colleagues sarah chan and i will be requesting authorization to modify 29 nutrition grant agreements with multiple community and nonprofit providers. for the provision of nutrition services. the modification total over $3 million and these funds will be allocated among several types of nutrition service programs both for seniors and adults
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with disabilities. all of these original nutrition grant agreements were presented and approved for this fiscal year by the commission, most in june of 2016. all but one requested modification is for july 1 2016 through june 30 these contract modifications will have positive and by enabling nutrition contractorsmeaningful impactsof 201to collectively provideclose to 400,000 more needed meals for seniors and adults with disabilities get the contract modifications whilst on hands food pantry home delivered groceries and food outreach programs. thank you. >> sarah chan, thank you. >> good morning commissioners.
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executive director mcspadden should my name is sarah chan nutritionist from dos. today a man up present the bayview hunters point elderly nutrition grant modification. bayview-hunters point as you know in june this year actually opened a new facility and for their senior ctr., doctor george davis senior center which has three times the bigand a lot of new seniors an adult with disabilities. so with the continuous [inaudible] in district 5 which western addition senior center is, we are recommending ad back sums to additional amount,, to additionally proximally 9000 meals to this site. so we ask pending your questions we ask
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for your approval of this grant modification. >> thank you. any questions from the commission? any public comment? hearing none, i will call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries >>[gavel] >> item g requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with centro latino san francisco for the provision of elderly nutrition program congregate meals for the period july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in addition amount of $46,100 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed $383,000. thank you, sarah. to have a motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> sarah >> centro latino provides american with keynote food cuisine for seniors. we see a very strong demand continuous in district 5 and district 9 and the recommended ad back
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sums were adding additional 7000 meals to help the agency do continue to meet the needs and to also help to start a saturday meal program starting in spring 2017. at veterans common and centro latino [inaudible]. site. still pending your questions, i will ask seeking your approval for modifying this grant >> thank you. any comment or questions from commissioners? any comments or questions from the public? thank you. >> good morning commission. correa-executive director of center centro letting good i just want to express my appreciation to staff for doing such a great job in supporting
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me centro latino in doing the-doing are in preparing our requests. to you and i want to express my recognition for the -the recognition that the staff , for the status recognition that centro latino program are growing by leaps and bounds and that the caliber of services that we are providing our exceptional and just would like to ask for your support. thank you. >> thank you. any other public comment? hearing none, i will call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries. item h.
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requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with-for the provision of elderly nutrition program congregate meals during the period july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of $64,561 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed 547 $589,000. sarah? motion to discuss >> moved and seconded. >> the elderly nutrition congregate meal grant.. part of this ad back money is one time only and basically it is district supervisor allocated for district 5 nutrition program. as we know-is facing a rent increase crisis for their senior center sites. so part of
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the one time only money the-choose to use to help with the relief. another part of this ad back is he will be able to add additional 6000 meals to the site. as we know the site is a very popular site for district 5 and so we pending for your questions, we will seek your approval. >> thank you. any, sore questions of commissioners? >> staff question may be good i'm surprised there's rent world into a nutrition program. is that a common thing for us to do? >> normally the event is been calculated into the meal rate and both for this is the case the-their rent lease actually expired and that during the negotiation with our landlord and on a month-to-month and basically every month they pay an additional $6300
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approximately in their rent to compensate that gap. so it's additional. we hope the lease agreement will be negotiated successfully and if that is the case-they will use these funds to build out their capacity or other infrastructure. >> okay. >> any other, sore questions? any, sore questions from the public? >> one question. otherwise it would interrupted the program very much >> correct. because it's very significant increase. the staff is working really hard trying to negotiate a better rate with the lease. >> any other comments or questions commissioners? any comets or questions of the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item i requesting authorization to modify the
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grant agreement with the episcopal community services of san francisco for the provision of elderly nutrition program congregate meals during the period july 1, 2016 to june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of 56,004 $96 plus a 10% contingency for a revised total grant amount not to exceed two and her $55,220. leave a motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. spews just note on the record i living episcopal services community property not affected by this and so i will recuse myself if there's any need to both. thank you, tiffany >> hello again. this call community services first-quarter the old numbers indicate there continues to be a high demand for senior meals at senior center located south of market district 6. the additional requested funding to provide 8400 more meals will result in episcopal community services being able to meet
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this high demand noted. pending any questions i seek your approval for approving this agenda item. >> think. any comets or questions from the commission? any comments or questions of the public? hearing none, i call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? >>[gavel] >> the motion carries. j requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with glide foundation for the provision of elderly nutrition program congregate meals during the period of july 1, 2016 to june 30, 2017 in addition amount of 39,006 seven $31 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed 206,006 and $74. once again, tiffany. whether motion to discuss >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany. he was
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glide is one of the nutrition contractors that provides a congregate wreck test meal program. like most of our other providers, their first-quarter meal numbers confirmed the need and seniors desire for a practice meal. adding funding for nearly 12,000 more meals will allow glide to serve at the same capacity as last year and provide more meals to meet the consistent and you are outgrown the need for seniors in the tenderloin neighborhood district 6. pending any questions come i seek your approval. for this agenda item. >> thank you. any comets or questions from the commission? any comets or questions for the public? hearing none, i call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item k. requesting authorization to modify the
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grant agreement with jewish community center of san francisco for the provision of the elderly nutrition program congregate meals during the period july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the amount in the addition amount of $14,562 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed $145,590. tiffany kearney will present a motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany? the jewish community center of san francisco is the only kosher nutrition meal site in san francisco. jewish community centers first-quarter meal lovers demonstrate an ongoing demand for kosher senior meals. the additional funding for over 2100 meals will allow jcc to not only meet the demand but also provide the meals that are michael and concert of the cultural preferences of those seniors served by jcc senior meal program. pending any questions, i seek your approval for this agenda item.
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>> any comets or questions from the commission? any comets or questions of the public? hearing none, i call the questions it all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item l requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with gay services for the provision elderly nutrition program congregate meals during the period of july 1, 2016 to june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of $21,938 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant not to exceed $615,187. july the motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany >> they've 600 meal sites in several neighborhoods across multiple district. their
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first-quarter meal numbers revealed an increase in demand for senior meals the additional funding for a little over 3300 meals will enable-to continue to serve at the same capacity as last year and will allow them to meet the increased demand. pending any questions, i seek your approval for this agenda item. spews thank you. any comments or questions from the commission? any comets or questions from the public? hearing none, call the question. all those in favor say, aye the course opposed? thank you. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item or mike requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with project open hand for the provision of elderly nutrition program congregate meals during the period of july 1, 2016 to june 30 wendy 17 in the addition amount of 197,008 at eight and $65 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed 1,000,007 or $48,000.
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whether motion to discuss >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany. >> project open hand is another one of our meal providers that serves a practice meals as well as traditional senior lunches. their first-quarter numbers for this fiscal year demonstrated an ongoing demand for their senior meal programs. trading well above their current monthly allocation. among other programs could the funding for 38,000 more meals will enable project open hand to serve at the same capacity as last year and further assist project open hand to meet the high demand in many of your mill sites that are located in multiple districts throughout the city. the contract modification also provides for additional $19,390 to cover additional costs that they will encourage this year at the john king senior center.
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pending any questions, i seek your approval for this agenda item. >> thank you. any comets or questions from the commission? any comets of questions from the public? hearing none, call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item n? reservation to modify the grant agreement for the russian american committee service for the provision of elderly nutrition program congregate meals during the period july 1 20 16th of june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of 2007 at $20 +10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed two and 55 two and $59.832. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany. >> russian-american community services provides authentic russian meals at its meal sites located in the richmond neighborhood district 1.
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russian-american communities first-quarter numbers indicate they will meet their current contract and likely can serve more meals to meet consistent demand if funding were available. the additional funding for 1000 more meals will allow russian-american to meet the ongoing demand for congregate meals and also allow them to modestly expand mail service at their meal site now. pending any questions i seek your approval for this agenda item. >> thank you. any comments or questions of of the commission?, for questions from the public? hearing none, i will call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item o requesting authorization to modify the grand agreement for the self
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help for the elderly for the provision of elderly nutrition program congregate meals during that period of july 1 22nd to june 30, 2079 $593,000 plus a 10% contingency for rise total grant amount not to exceed $2.1 million to have a motion to discuss >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany. >> the additional funding for nearly 75,000 moore's will enable self-help for the elderly to me in these demand especially for chinese style food that is served at many meal sites located in multiple districts throughout the city. including to camp meal sites. the sites will have be allocated over 40,000 additional meals with the additional funding in the grant modification and also with the intended goal of opening one more meal site. the additional funding also enables self-help
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to continue to serve at the same capacity as last year and further assist self-help to meet the high demand of their observed at many of the meal sites while accommodating the cultural preferences of those they serve. the contract modification provides for an additional $20,000 to cover the startup costs that were involved in opening a new meal site in visitation valley. so pending any questions, i seek your approval >> thank you. any comments or questions from the commissioners? >> only this looks to be the most significant increase by percentage of the budgets proposed it is that largely because of the additional site? >> no. i think it has to do more a lot of the meals are going towards champs meal program. about 65% did so out of the six ashley six percent of the funding is for the champs meal site.
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>> any other comments or questions bequest, took questions from the public? i will call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item p requesting authorization to modify grant agreement for the jewish family and children's services for the provision of elderly nutrition program in the addition amount of one point 714+ a 10% contingency for revised total grant not to exceed $89,652. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> tiffany. >> jewish family and children's services provides home delivered meals to seniors who have a preference for kosher style food. jewish
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family community services first quarter meal numbers not only confirmed the need for home delivered kosher style meals for real higher demand, a higher demand than anticipated. the additional funding for 200 meals will allow jewish family children services to meet demand for kosher meals kosher style meals. pending any questions, i seek your approval. >> thank you. any, so questions from the commission?, for questions from the public? hearing none, out call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item q. requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with russian-american community services for the provision of elderly nutrition program home delivered meals during the
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period of july 1, 2016 to june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of $1041 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant not to exceed two and a 66,000 interval $51. by the motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> tiffany. >> there continues to be a strong demand for russian style home delivered meals and russian-american community services first quarter meal numbers confirm that. the addition of nearly 200 more meals will ensure russian-american ability to meet that demand. pending any questions i seek your approval for this agenda item. >> thank you. any, took questions from the commission? >> i just have one. because the african-american partnership meets at one of the centers and they have a large russian population. i am just wondering, to look into that
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for connecting. they don't have meals served there so that may be a site. i'm just asking you. the was i will pass that information. that is in bayview? >> no. western addition >> okay. >> they had requested some of the clients while we were meeting their were requesting. >> i will pass that along to neck. >> right would you? >> yes. thank you. >> any other, so questions from the commission?, took questions from the public? hearing none i will call the question all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries >>[gavel] >> item r requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with central latino san francisco for the provision of elderly nutrition programs during the period of
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july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of $85,000 plus a 10% contingency provides total grant amount not to exceed two and $81,000. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> sarah >> for central latino we see a very strong demand in the district 6, nine, and 10 and 11 for the home delivered meals. almost 40% of the waiting list is in this district and last year central latino serves up over 24,000 home delivered american-style latino meals to clients. with-but they are actually at their capacity. so with this recommended a back fund we are recommending 30,000
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one-time only funds to help the agency to build up capacity. they'll be able to build up one additional route to inner and outer mission single residence occupancy locations. and to provide additional about seven 800 mealsseven 800 meals to clients. so pending any questions i seek your approval. >> thank you. any, so questions of the commission? any, so questions of the public? hearing none, i will call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries >>[gavel] >> it seems we have a duplicate of the letters for the next items while referred to the necks one as q-one request authorization to modify the grant agreement with-for the provision of elderly nutrition program home delivered meals during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the additional
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amount of $37,000 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed two and at $77,000. motion to discuss bequest >> moved and seconded. width thank you. sarah. >> again this is a one-time only add back and to help to relieve the rent increase prices for the agency. with the successful pending successful lease negotiation they will be able to use this one-time only fund to building their capacity. as we know last year they served over 31,000 meals and also they are so high demand for the cuisine on the waiting list. so pending your questions, we will seek your approval. >> thank you. any, so questions from the commissioners bequest >> i am confused but we divided this one-time increase >> one of the reasons we do this is to maintain the
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flexibility that the-building up their capacity for their congregating meal sites and also building up capacity for the home delivered meals. they are looking for funding to building up a additional route for their home delivered meals. so we think this is will be the best way to divide the funds and if they need to use it unfortunately, if that is the case, but if they would be able to negotiate a successful lease and those funds will be released to building up capacity for both programs. >> thank you. any other, so questions? any, so questions for the public? hearing none, call the question all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item for the purpose of
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discussion will be r-one requests and authorizes you to modify the grant agreement with meals on wheels for the provision of elderly nutrition program home delivered meals during the period of july 1, 2016 to june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of excedrin $2000 plus a 10% contingency for a revised total grant amount not to exceed $6 million . motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. sarah. >> meals on wheels home delivered meals provides two meals a day with various diet and low-salt diets. sold last year they actually served 1 million, over 1 million meals. that is over served their contract by 10%. so with the recommended at that funds we will be able to add additional --about 147,000 meals to this
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program to serve additional clients and also provide additional units and pending your questions, we seek your approval to modify this grant. >> thank you. i have one question. you said over served. how do they fund those over served meals. was it private donations? >> yes. meals on wheels every year they have a grant fund raising event and is successfully fundraising for a lot of the meals funds. >> meals on wheels for steve and thanks for asking the question i was cannot remind us that we match every government dollar practically. so last year but 46% of private dollars went to conflict this program in order to do the two meals a day in the commentary volunteer services that we add on to the program.
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>> thank you. and it of, took questions commissioners the quest when he comes of questions of the public? hearing none, i will call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item s, requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with bayview hunters point multipurpose senior services for the provision of adults with disabilities congregate meals during the period of july 1 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of $7308 plus a 10% contingency per a revised total grant of not to exceed 101 eight of $85,000. sarah chan. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you, sarah. >> bayview hunters point with a new center opened in june and attracted a lot more people and adults with disabilities as well. so with this recommended at back fund we are adding
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additional 1100 meals and to meet the service demands and the needs. last year they served about 12,000 meals for adults with disabilities pending your questions, all seek your approval to modify this grant >> thank you. any comments or questions bequest mission or james >> they operated two centers out there, they viewed the george david and still operating about multipurpose center? >> note. they basically relocated to the new site. that's doctor george see this site is at the new location at the new complex. there is a rosa park and there is some other site. western addition. >> president james we switch from senior meals two meals for adults with disabilities could maybe you're wondering why we've seen bayview again but that is why. >> okay. thank you.
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>> thank you. any other comments or questions for the commissioners bequest comments or questions from the public speakers hearing none, all call the question. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item t requesting authorization to modify the grant percent of latino san francisco for provisions with adults with disabilities cognitive meals of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of 6003 at $85 plus a 10% contingency for a revised total grant amount not to exceed $40,540. motion to discuss bequest >> moved and seconded. >> thank you, sergeant >> again this is adult with disabilities congregate meal site in central latino. we recommended the at that funds to add additional about 1000 meals to this site and pending
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your questions all seek your approval to modify this grant could >> thank you. any, took questions from the commissioners bequest >> yet. your population, is it younger more younger or older adults were combinations bequest do you know? >> it's a combination but it depends on the site central latino because they do have a veterans, and site and that attracts additional adults with disabilities who are not living in that contract. i would say maybe younger there but i can definitely if you need to see the demographic profile. >> because i am wondering with the type of meals maybe with older people it may be more softer,, different kind.. is it more [inaudible] something like that where the younger adults
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with disabilities may not need that or no problems with that combination? >> central latino serves latin american style food and regular food. not substituting because [inaudible] so it's a regular cuisine. >> okay. he was to add to that what we see in the congregate meals sites where traditionally they've served over older adults they tend to serve younger adults who are getting close to the quote seniors. they tend to be an older population of younger adults with disabilities. i think one of the things we are looking at that we might serve a much younger population but right now that's what we see in the sites we currently have. >> so it's not younger late 20s >> right. generally seen that's what we are seeing. >> okay. okay.
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>> thank you. any other, took questions from the commission?, so questions from the public? hearing none, >>[chorus all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you get the motion carries >> >>[gavel] >> item u requesting the authorization to modify the grant agreement for project open hand for provision of adults and disabilities congregate meals during the period july 1, 2016 through june 30 27 in the addition amount of 41,000+ a 10% contingency for eyes total grant amount not to exceed $176,000. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany. >> there is a great demand for adults with disability meals in the various districts where project open hand provides meals and their first-quarter numbers this this courier confirmed that. each month of the first quarter project opening exceeded the target number of meals. the addition
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of over 6500 meals in naples project open hand to meet the demonstrated demand and serve the adults with disability population. pending any questions i seek your approval for this agenda item. >> thank you. same question i had with meals on wheels. is this excess from the contract being funded through private donations to project (? >> yes. at this point in time i mean they still there funding per month is not blocked off. so they will get all the money in their contract until it is gone. >> i see. think of and intercoms of questions bequest hearing none, and he comes of questions from the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries >>[gavel] >> item v requesting
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authorization to modify the grant agreement with russian-american community services for the provision of adults with disabilities congregate meals during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of work thousand $674 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed 10,000 hundred $68. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany >> russian-american community services also serves the adult with disability population at their congregate meals site get the additional funding for 750 meals will aid russian-american community services in meeting the est. demand for adult with disability congregate meals. their first-quarter numbers are consistent with this request. pending any questions, i seek your approval for this agenda item. >> think. any comments or questions from the commission?, took questions from the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye
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>>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item w question the authorization to modify the grant agreement with self-help for the elderly for the provision of a adult with disabilities congregate meals during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 name out of $17,509 plus a 10% contingency for a revised total grant amount not to exceed 37,503 and $55. motion to discuss >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany. >> self help for the elderly reported first-quarter adult disability numbers also confirmed the ongoing demand and need to provide meals to the adult with disability population. that may also have a preference for chinese style meal. over half of self help for the elderly scholar. neil site serves this population adding additional funding and
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meals to this contract will allow self-help for the elderly to continue to serve and meet the increased neil needs for this population. and expand its service to include a new meal site recently opened in visitation valley. pending any questions, i seek your approval for this agenda item. disputes thank you. any, took questions from the commissioners bequest and he comes of questions from the public? seeing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? thank you. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item x requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with russian-american community services for the provision of adults with disabilities home delivered meals during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of 20,000 hundred $81 plus a 10% contingency for a revised total grant amount not
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to exceed two and $28,000. motion to discuss >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. tiffany. >> russian-american community services first-quarter meal numbers for home delivered meals to the adult with disability population confirms the need to provide meals in the service area covered by russian-american community services. the addition of a little over 3400 meals will enable russian-american community services to meet the known demand for meals in the district they serve which includes one, four, five, and seven. pending any questions, i seek your approval for this agenda item. >> thank you. any comments or questions from the commissioners bequest hearing none, any, took questions from the public? again seeing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries
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>>[gavel] >> item y requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with inst. on aging for the provision of adults with disabilities home delivered meals assessment services during the period july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of 118,001 at $13 plus a kid 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed three and $22,000. motion to discuss >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. sarah >> inst. on aging a disability assessment. this piece basically they provide citywide adult with disabilities outreach to the citywide adult with disabilities waiting list for the home delivered meal monitoring to manager the waitlist and they also do intake the assessment and coordination with the home
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delivered meals with adults with disability clients and providers. so with the recommended ad back funds we actually will be able to add additional 313 additional units to allow to address the strong increase and the demands for this program. pending any questions, i will seek your approval to modify this grant >> thank you. and he comes of questions of the commission? commissioner sims >> only an observation this is a sizable increase to the original budget >> correct. what we experience with the past three months there is a very significant increase for referrals. so the agency not only needs to do referrals. they do annual reassessment for clients. that's why we see the need to increase the units. >> thank you. any other, took questions from the commission?, took questions of the from the public? seeing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of
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ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item z, requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with meals on wheels for the provision of adults with disabilities on delivered meals during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the additional amount of two under $69,209 plus a 10% contingency provides total grant amount not to exceed $888,000. motion to discuss >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. sarah chan >> again this is meals on wheels adult with disabilities on delivered meals and witty increase for the referrals and we see an increase for enrollment for the meals on wheels adult with disability meals they serve citywide and with this fund we will be able to add additional 62,000 meals
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and to this program. so pending any questions i seek your approval to modify this grant >> thank you. any comfortable questions from the commission? and he comes of questions from the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries >>[gavel] >> item aa requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with meals on wheels for the provision of emergency home delivered meal services delivered meals during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of 31,006 and earned $85 plus a 10% contingency fee for revised total grant amount not to exceed $153,000. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> sarah >> meals on wheels emergency meal services service citywide and provides consumers with
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within 2-5 days after the home emergency delivered meal eligibility been approved by dos intake. with this recommended ad that will be able to add additional 8000 proximally 8000 meals to this program to meet the increasing demand. pending your questions about seek your approval. >> thank you commissioner james >> this emergency, how many approximately how many meals are for people with disabilities and how many how can you separate that from senior? and for how many days? what are we talking about? >> for the emergency meals in general it's up to 60 days and in dos we actually have the transitional care program which allows 14 days. so normally if clients are admitted into the hospital or a facility in being discharged and there is a
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transitional care program with ihss working together to provide 14 days meals. for the clients in the emergency meal we see both adults with disabilities, younger ones, under 60. we also see over 60. so it is a compounded for both. after the emergency meal, if there's a continued need and there will be enrolled into separate programs. >> thank you. mister james >> further, what is the emergency? i mean they get admitted to the hospital and they have to have a discharge plan? >> the transitional care program is specific 14 days after discharge but in general the emergency meal home to home
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delivered meal can be referred by aps. could be referred by other resources that the client acting identified as an urgent need for that meal. though the service is well connected quickly within 2-5 days. that's how it goes. >> okay. >> thank you. any other comets or questions? and eight, sore questions from the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries >>[gavel] >> item bb requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with chinatown community development center for the provision of chinatown single room occupancy sro food outreach program during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2020 in the addition amount of $21,600 plus a 10% contingency for a revised total grant amount not to exceed one or 26,000 seven or $64. motion
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to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. sarah. >> chinatown community development center food outreach program actually is a four-year contract starting this fiscal year just presented a few months ago. original contract was approved in august commission meeting and since the original budget if they pass through super subcontractor presbyterian church. so with this ad back funds we recommend about 5400 annually to the contractor to do important administrative work including client intakes moment and data entry. so this is for years contract. pending any questions
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from icq or approval to modify this grant. >> thank you. any consequences from the commission? >> to be clear this is for administrators were not for meals? >> this is actually a home delivered grocery program and food outreach. so it's food bank dropping off the food bags at the site. the provider of this grant actually distributes the bags to eligible clients. so the modification of this grant will be able to capture the client information to have the staff being able to do the assessment and enrollment and put data in our system. >> so it's an administrative >> administrator. >> thank you. any other comets or questions? any comets or questions for the public? earwig all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item cc requesting opposition to modify the grant
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with community living campaign for provision of food pantry and home delivered grocery for the period july 1, 2014 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of $66,039 less than 10% contingency revised total grant amount not to exceed four and 22,006 or $50. is that correct is a july 1, 2014? >> correct. >> it is, okay. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> 80. sarah >> community living campaign food pantry on delivered grocery program actually is a three-year contract starting 2014 and this is the last fiscal year for this contract. so we be at that fund it will enable dos to add additional 2000 at fax into her store the service level. also be able to expand the program to a weekly on delivered grocery delivery. right now there are deliver
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biweekly. so the back funds also help the agency to fill a shortfall in the budget amount existing for their existing services. pending four questions i will seek your approval to modify this grant. >> thank you. any, so questions of the commission? any comments or questions- >> yes. because that program is in my community. seniors do appreciate the home delivered meals. they put them in the basket and their volunteers to put them together. then they deliver them to the homes good so it's really very much needed and they are very vocal when the quality is not good. so i approve. >>[laughing] >> thank you. again, i will
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call the question is did i ask for public comment? is there any? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion passes >>[gavel] >> item dd requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement golden gate senior services or the provision of food pantry and home delivered grocery during the period of july 1, 2016 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of 153,003 and $60 plus a 10% contingency revised total grant amount not to exceed 237,009 or $66. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. sarah >>: gate senior services home delivered grocery and food pantry program actually one year expansion. we have 416-17 in having resented and proved in this commission meeting and the ad back recommendation is
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to supported by the district supervisor specifically for district 1 for security to improve and to outreach the needs. the food pantry-fiscally in this monthly grant this to peace. there's a food pantry piece and there's a home delivered grocery. the food pantry program is a target eligible ambulatory seniors and adults with disabilities who can pick up weekly supplemental foods. the home delivered grocery program serves low income and frail in unable to access healthy food choices and unable to come to the pantry site. so for this ad back funds we are allowing golden gate senior services to expand their program and to serve additional seniors and adults with
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disabilities. be able to add additional service scope for volunteers and recruitment and development. as we know volunteers have been a critical important piece in this program. for the in the presented budget you can also see that there is a 138,000 actually goes to the subcontractor,, richmond district neighborhood center who actually operated a home delivered grocery program and food pantry program. so with this additional ad back actually for the home delivered grocery we will be able to increase from 3500 250 5200 bags. for the new pantry bags we will be able to add in around 17,000 bags distribution to the eligible target
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populations. so pending your questions i seek your approval to modify this grant. >> thank you good any comets or questions from the commission? and he comes of questions from the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item ee. requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with san francisco marin the food bank for the provision of food pantry program are in the period of july 1, 2012 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of 589,007 or two dollars for revised total grant of $1.2 million less a trend 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed $1.3 million. what a motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> thank you. sarah >> san francisco marin food bank pantry program as it provides food bags to the above
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mentioned home delivery rose 3 programs. and other partners. also, with this ad back expansion we will be will to serve additional clients. you can see the program actually increased a lot increased a lot increased a lotabout roadcrew a lot. so the program actually was calledbrownback program but it was a five-year contract and this year is actually the last year. so we only ask to modify this year. the ad back funds will enable us to add additional 82,000 food bags to restore the service level 215-16 and also significantly expand our services to meet the growing needs to the target population which are seniors and adults with disabilities. the contractor is able to expand the participating pantry
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sites to up to 21 sites and we were able to see that across the town and basically every district will at least have one pantry site that we can reach our target population and will be easier accessible to our target population. so the revised above budget in front of you will include both pantry food bags and home delivered grocery food bags. pending your questions, i will seek your approval to modify this grant. >> thank you. any come to questions of the commission? comments or questions of the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye
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>>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> item ff requesting authorization to modify the grant agreement with the san francisco marine food bank for the provision of home delivered groceries during the period of july 1, 2012 through june 30, 2017 in the addition amount of one or $43,000 to revised total of $612,000 plus a 10% contingency for revised total grant amount not to exceed $673,000. motion to discuss? >> moved and seconded. >> san francisco marine food bank partnership with home delivered meals providers to deliver those bags this grant is actually five years of agreement and until the end of this fiscal year again this is the last piece and the ad that will enable dos to add an additional 11,000 bags to restore the services up to the 15-16 service level and enabled to expand the services to include one additional undeliverable deal partner and
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to meet the growing needs in our community. the budget presented in front of you actually shows there is around 120,000 it is a pass through to the home delivered meal providers who deliver those bags. you see it is both the food cost, the food bag cost and the past through with the partners. so pending any questions my secure approval to modify this grant. >> thank you. and he comes of questions? >> on this last food preparation. i just have a comment because i been attending meetings regarding emergency preparedness, earthquake and what have you. i just want to the nutrition people to think about that because they expect that san francisco a lot of elderly will be affected. so not only the
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people who are not getting deals here but we may have an additional people who have their own separation of doing their own meal. so we might want to think of that. the library is on board with looking at earthquake and recreation and parks. i think what they are saying is that the population of the elderly and the handicapped particularly, the elderly will be affected in san francisco. so i just want you to think about that >> thank you. that's a very good point >> for looking up preparation what were doing about that. >> right. that's a good point. the cities already in conversations with home delivered meal providers and congregate meal providers around emergency preparedness and has been for actually many years. so we have been talking and thinking about that and planning for that. >> okay.
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>> okay, thank you >> any other comments or questions commissioners? any, so questions of the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries. >>[gavel] >> just an observation a suggestion i don't know if it's possible but at least 10 of these contact one of occasions for less than $25,000. couldn't put on a consent agenda? >> again this is john-ages 800 this answer a lot of debate between program and contacts whether we put on the consent agenda where we show it individual. this represents a whole set of ad backs and where distributing the funds that were we sought needs trying to meet the needs of the population in terms of delivered foods and congregate meals. though the question really was, in terms of
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transparency and showing the public as was the commission we are we are distributing the funds and how much, to put it all on the agenda were to section off a part the 10 items into do it as consent, depending on the preference of this commission we can do it either way. in the future good enough to be good for us to know how you want to proceed with that. >> thank you. it's up to the chairman but my suggestion would we have this many contracts as many as we can put on the consent agenda is transparent and of any commissioners have questions they can raise and it would expedite the process. just a suggestion >> yes. the only thing all of the reports,, i know we just was just so much. so we don't want to do this too often to our advisory council and all the other committees that want to report. so i think it would be a wise to put this >> i would say myself on a contract that was kind of pushing to have the information more out there. what program
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adjusted was to actually identify the items in the general memo that you received so you know these are items included but not to have them as separate agenda items that we can do that in the future. >> i would say that i am fine with that for most noncontroversial or very standard low-budget increase. the place where i would call exception of things like this to mosey centerlines negotiation where i think it's important for us to expose those fax in the public forum just because there's a contract for at least that's under negotiation apparently is unsettled. we are awarding money in at this patient will be. it's a little bit important for that to be publicly exposed. >> okay. >> thank you. >> final item, gg review and approval of revision 1 to the 2016-17 dda area plan budget.
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martha peterson present in. >> good morning executive director mcspadden president james and commission. my name is martha peterson i work with the human services agency budget unit them here before you this moment last for your review and approval for vision number one to the fiscal year 16-17 area plan budget. the net effect of these changes from the base plan budget this year six and-17 is an increase of 238,000 in the area plan budget for new total of $5,000,506,000 . i will of this total 150,000 or six and 46 is from reallocated or increase allocation from the federal government. additional one-time state funding of $66,593 specifically for the home delivered meals program and $21,309 from additional state
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funds for the state health facilities penalties account. attached to the commission memo details the area plan fluctuations in federal and state funding by title and dos program staff recommended actions. the program defendant include support services congregate a home delivered nutrition disease prevention family caregiver ombudsman and elder abuse prevention as well as administration funding for these programs. the local support is not included. an earlier version of this commission memo included an incorrect total for the ombudsman program. provides annual contract total is four and $76,000 when it $36. 621% of this increase in the area plan funding is a spike in the nutrition program with a total of 46,300 in the congregate meals program and $99,000 for the home delivered meals program. these one-time funds were included with the app back
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dollars overallocated earlier today. which with approval of this item staff will make the appropriate contract modifications please, let me know if you have questions. >> thank you. any constant questions from the commission? >> yes. on the combustion state health citation account. what is that about? >> those funds are actually, they are collected as a result of state and federal civil penalties imposed against health facilities for noncompliance with state and federal laws and those funds are broken out into a federal account and a state account. so when the state funds-when the state receives those funds they allocate those according to the
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and allocation limits abided by all of the counties within the states. so that we allocation of those funds back to the county. >> okay. >> thank you. any other comments or questions from the commission?, took questions from the public? hearing none, all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] opposed? the motion carries >>[gavel] >> we are at the end of the agenda. >> any general public comment. >> we tabled everything did not push anything to the end. >> do we want to continue? the things we tabled you want to do them now would you want to - >>[inaudible] [off mic] we will table them thank you everyone. >> we have an announcement? >> any announcements? >> any announcements? i apologize to the people i have asked to table your viewport but we were afraid that we might not be held over and we want to make sure all these
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contracts get her good so i apologize. i have to buy some ice cream but anyway, thank you very much for your time. any public comment? no announcements can deny the motion to adjourn >> moved and seconded. >> it's been moved and second. we are to adjourn the meeting. all those in favor say, aye >>[chorus of ayes] the ayes have it. the motion carries. >>[gavel] >>[adjournment] >> >> >>you.
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the arc facility and attend workshops and receive one-on-one technical assistance and learner what you need to become a primary contractor or what information to be a subcontractor and a created bed public commission it will help people to assist people to compete for and performance open city contract a lot of small businesses do have the resources to loblth the opportunity so one of the things we wanted to do was provide ways to access contract >> access to the plans spiefkz and a data place basis ease contracting opportunity and funding or capital training. this is and other documents that needs to be submitted. to compete is a technical skill
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that it takes to win a scheduling for a popular to you can win a professional services job or how to put together a quote it's all those technical pieces. looking at the contracting assistance center is our touch point with we get the people to come and see the planning specks and later than about projects earlier is he get training so you're ready to go arrest hello engineering it has all the tools that a contractor small or large can come here. i can't say enough about the center it's a blessing. we do business all over the country and world and a place like the contractor center to
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identify the business in san francisco >> the reality is you need training and that's what the center is here to train and make you better qualified to go work with the city and county and to be successful at the end. >> that will give people the competitive edge e edge at receiving contracts with the city. >> we have krafshth services here that help you find out where you need to get the skills forbidding. >> i mean local businesses participation in city projects is a winning factor it helms help the business their local businesses they're paying savings and a property tax and
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payroll tax and normally adhere san franciscans so their bowing goods and services in san francisco it really helps the economy of san francisco grow so its not only a benefit to the project but to the city. the contractors center is 5 thomas melon circle in the bayview area open 8:30 to 5 welcom
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>> all right. good morning, everybody. welcome to the budget and finance committee meeting for november 2016 i want to thank derrick and phil jackson and nona melkonian more covering the meeting i'm supervisor mark farrell and joined by supervisor tang and joined momentumly by supervisor yee mr. clerk, any announcements? >> completed speaker cards and documents to be included should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the tuesday november 15th board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> no board meeting on november 8th. >> thank you very much
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mr. clerk item one. >> the sale of the revenue bond not to exceed 200 and $40 million for the purpose of providing financing for the acquisition and construction of a development of 200 and 99 family project for low income persons or households located on 1601 mariposa carlene street and 4 wisconsin we have the mayor's office of housing to speak. >> from the mayor's office of economic workforce development i'm here to present a resolution for moopz not requiring the repayment of bonds this approves the public noticing the city
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pursuant to the equity and financial responsibility the approval are granted with the project inundocumented, however, in this case they were bifurcated to allow the project to participate in a special project so while the board adapted a policy in june of this year we are requesting additional request here from matt from related california and on mohcd we would like to thank you for your consideration today and landmarked to our support for this follow-up with that i'll conclude and ask for any questions. >> colleagues, any questions. >> anyone wish to comment on item number one seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues no budget analyst report but harvey thank you
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>> i make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> a motion by supervisor tang and seconded by supervisor yee without objection mr. clerk can you call item 2. >> the library commission for over due fees from january 3rd, 2017. >> thank you very much all right. we have the larger than mr. herrera. >> good morning, supervisors very pleased to be here city librarian and to introduce michael that mr. give us information i want to emphasize this program has been important folks who are not able to check out materials that about quality the last time the programs was in 2009 we are that successful and hopefully, this 6 week program will be more successful
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in helping us not only to reduce the obligation but like i said bring back folks to be able to use the program i'm going to turn it over to michael. >> thank you, louis and thank you, supervisors we appreciate this opportunity to share information about the libraries afghanistan nest program it is nearly 8 years since the last amnesty program it is once again seek to forgive the fees that accumulated on the accounts it will be consistent with the amnesty program to seek to cover the materials 29 thousand plus patrons with billed items on their account all told one and 6 thousand plus items in our collection that we would like to
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recover those in a bill status even more importantly interested 2, 3, 4 welcoming back the librarian patrons for the services for the 5 thousand aprons that owe over $1 plus we want to eliminate the barriers to assess and week back our residents that are for going their library privileges because of unpaid library fees one and 50 thousand patrons with some account balance on their records that stand to benefit from the amnesty the library fees amnesty allows the staff to if anything any items returned during the 6 week campaign in january 3rd and to consensus on valentine's day to
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have the impact on the amnesty program and wave the obvious balances for items due past due this will allow us an opportunity for 15 thousand residents to have their services restored and excited about the robust amnesty program and the greater impact to welcome back our patrons the potential fiscal year impact of offering an amnesty program will be net positive when considering the recovery and exceed any overdue revenue loss we have the racist rate of return in the amnesty caption and wave 15 thousand and 77 thousands dollars in overdue fines when we consider the value of library materials we'll
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recovery we estimate between 24 and one and 207 thousands overall and appreciate the board of supervisors consideration of the resolution authorizing the library to establish a fee amnesty program for over due materials in 2017 and more than happy to address any questions. >> thank you very much supervisor tang. >> i think this is a great program you're bringing back and not really a question but when that time comes if you want to spread the word and let our offices know we'll let the constituents know. >> absolutely thank you very much for your support. >> a great idea. >> supervisor yee. >> i'm curious seems like the last time we were successful. >> yes, sir. >> and that was. >> 2009 the question is why has this taken seven years to do this
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again is there a particular reason that's a great question. >> i think the library tries to balance not going to the proverbial well, two often and being good stewards of community resources, however, we're overdue and it is time to offer this program again. >> okay colleagues, any questions or comments. >> okay anyone wish to comment on item number seeing none, public comment is closed. . >> go ahead and make a motion to pass this out of committee full board. >> without objection. >> thank you very much. >> mr. clerk item 3. >> a resolution approving the construction and financing plan for the city and county of san francisco for treasure island and project areas. >> okay. colleagues we have a
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request to continue on behalf of the sponsor and from tida first move on to wish to comment on item number 3 seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues, can i have a move to continue this to the call of the chair. >> okay actually specifically to the budget meeting for november 16th. >> motion by supervisor tang and is seconded by supervisor yee without objection mr. clerk. >> item 4 the administrative code to change the citywide available fund for the director to expend the fund by appropriation ordinance. >> thank you very much ms. hayward from the mayor's office of housing to present. >> good morning chair farrell
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and members of the board i see that supervisor peskin just came in i don't sure. >> okay. we thanks ms. hayward joined by supervisor peskin the sponsor i'm going to turn it over to him for comments. >> thank you, mr. chair is a change to the administrative code which would change the number of self-appropriate funds that in this year's budget total cost one and $75 million and these are self-appropriately category 8 funds the proposal before us to change them into category 4 where they'll not self-appropriate but appropriate by the board of supervisors specifically this would apply to the inclusionary housing program which in the 2016-2017 budget is
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about one and $13 million jobs housing and linkage in the current budget is 43 and a half million dollars, the expedited condominium conversion market octavia at approximately $5 million and eastern neighborhoods at $3.3 million and the 97 prop a housing bond repayments 20 but one and $75 million as a matter of policy this board should take back the power of the appropriation as to the use of those fund and i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> and hear from mohcd. >> okay. colleagues any questions right now. >> all right. mayor's office of housing good morning are chair farrell and supervisor peskin and members of the board i'm sophie hayward from the mayor's office of economic workforce development and thank you for the opportunity to present this morning. >> i just would like to
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quickly provide an overview of the housing funds in the way their appropriated in order to put the category 8 or this protective in context as you may know our housing portfolio is comprised of pubically affordable housing unit as well as pubically fund inclusionary unit our dollars go to support the affordable housing as well as preservation of existing affordable housing but also preservation of rent-controlled units through our small sites program this snapshot of our full budget and it illustrates the variety of funding sources that we bring to the table including impact fees which are parliamentary the subject of this legislation
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category 8 self-appropriately program those made up 32 percent of budget but have quite a while other sources including federal grant and from the transportation authority and the housing trust fund we appreciate and the state grants and other sources we do this to make this as diversifies and large as possible let's see i want to go through to talk about the 3 ways that is appropriated like i said the impact fees 32 percent of the budget is self-appropriately they have defined used although their self-appropriate can only be used for the production of affordable housing we have the housing trust fund the last contract of those sources are approved through the annual budget process the committee is familiar and other
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actions for other sources that we have grants, development be all the time and payment and bond revenues that are approved through the actions of this board so what are the category 8 fund supervisor peskin went through the impact fees and each of those funds or fees has its own set of defined uses preliminary the production of affordable housing in some cases use the fund for acquisition or rehab of the unit and the eastern neighborhoods and the market octavia fund have a goodic funds as well we feel strongly at the mohcd that preserving our flexibility to deploy the subset of our fund is critical in order to stretch our local dollars as far as possible when we build our
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affordable housing so as you may know we also access state and federal government sources per our funds and diesel with the state level with the tea cap and the cap & trade program and multi if i may housing and federal sources for veterans and homeless fund each one of the individual program hazard its own regulatory requirement and own specific timeline requirements what that means just to put it into context of the specific programs there are time we need to move quickly to subsidize the fund for access to outside resources for 1036 mohcd received $2 million in state funding that was great a last minute application and we got the grants, however, that money was
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only available through reimbursement so therefore we bridged the funds using inclusionary housing for the project and we submitted for reimbursed we replaced that with state grant fund important for the eddie-taylor it received $10 million month cap & trade that cap & trade has strike deadlines projects need to be shovel readily mohcd bridged $5 million to move the project in order to meet the start deadline and we saved that $5 million of the it project revenue from the 5 m project when that money bottoms available two works how have we've quickly uses the self-appropriation authority to maximize our ability for state
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and federal money to stretch the dollars further and i'll say that we are hopefully, this avoids politicizing the funds on the next slide a map of the distribution of projects it is not perfect we would like to see our project distributed throughout the city and more projects in more areas as you may know every project goes through an extensive public process we would hate to see additional process slow the delivery the of affordable housing across the board if this legislation - we're trying to sort but 0 the problem solving a concern is transparency owl suggest our projects as as you may know familiar with go through on extensive public
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outreach from beginning to end this includes peer review within our office of review funding they go through environmental review and entitlement review before we release an rfp we have a process there is a public engagement process after the developer has been selected through an rfp goes to loan committee and commit the fund that's the point when we commit the predevelopment fund and often acronym the entitlement process that's a snapshot how we feel the flexibility of our portion of our is important i'm available so for questions and kate hartley from rec & park. >> thanks ms. hayward a few questions and whoever the appropriated person to talk to i
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take our comments when you think about the funds are appropriated walk you through through the process you go through. >> what does that look like and how long don't it take and so forth. >> good morning, supervisors our process is filled with public outreach and oversight one example 17 and fulsome a jurisdictional transfer from puc and in collaboration with rec and park those were public processes and involved board of supervisors approval the rec and park department had to apply for fund which it did there was ongoing public outreach throughout the process to build the park in addition there was extensive negotiations with cca about the catch
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baseline on site and in 2013 we selected a developer that was again, a very you know pubically advertised process with extensive community outreach and 17 and fulsome the board of supervisors has approved that rezoning process it is going forward with the planning department we were able to provide $2 million and prosecute development loan activities after the public process and work through the loans committee and now the developer is getting ready for financing applications at the state that will be very sharply circumference subscribed the bond fencing the vehicles we have to leverage city funds we obviously city funds can't pay for everything with the minimum
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square feet of unit to operating cash flow minimum to the minimum ratio that you have to have and there's 1, 3 and 15 we're a wash in oversight and repeatedly appear before the board and the planning commission to get our projects 3r5u6d will we'll be back for a bond issuance approval like we do today and ground approval process a long process with extensive outreach and every single one of our projects has should supportive of similar process attached to it and take the central is freeway parolees the designation of those parcels in terms of use and the occupancy was established in the early starting in 2000 with extensive community outreach no. we'll be
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able to fund those with inclusionary fees and the market octavia funds we've been doing outreach for 16 years on those parcels so we know from extensive research in the last month or so we've had the institute and the very economic council as well as fooumd levying office said the more regulation on projects the more extensive because expensive because it takes longer we're trying to remain the urgency we know as we look at in our neighborhood there are people living on the street and add costs and funds didn't serve those people well. >> okay. thank you i have similar questions supervisor tang. >> thank you for that he overview i think what you said
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is absolutely what i feel we can't build the affordable housing projects we certainly want them to be faster and more cost effective in san francisco for my question through the chair to supervisor peskin trying to solve again, i mentioned in previous conversations on similar topics we see a majority of those mohcd projects even before this board especially through the and i suggested that if we really care about transparency we should deeper dive and look at it and read through the agendas and our legislative packet they come before us i'm trying to figure out what it is we're tyler trying to see. >> through the chair let me first of all, the power of the appropriation is one of the
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fundamental things that the board of supervisors legislative branch of government doesn't on an annual or bio annual with twshts it is the opportunity for the board to have high-level policy oversight relative to that all important function no other to the best of my knowledge category 8 funds of this size or magnitude that is not subject to appropriation by this body as far as entrepreneurial process is not a process in as far as no object body yes little pieces but seminary as no oversight body i'll actually submit - whether it is senior housing under one administration
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or homeless under the previous administration i think this is the opportunity for this board as a policymaker to check in on an annual basis to really have a soup-to-nuts high understanding of where the policy is going have our input connected to the purse the budget in as far as no commission over this agency and very little oversight internal process is not a public process i think through the power of appropriation we can give mohcd the flexibility at the need i mean, we, appropriate chunks of money to act quickly we had a hearing about bmr unit not too long ago the mohcd had great amounts the flexibility bye yet two of the wlor units were
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foreclosed and lost their bmr status this is an opportunity for us to have that level of oversight that's profiling e pricing what the checks and balances are for not like a tiny fund for the muni drivers bombards this is one and $75 million bucks in the current fiscal year we should have a high-level appropriate oversight that's what i'm trying to get at. >> through the chair to supervisor peskin i've given there are so many pieces of legislation that comes before that body through the board of supervisors through the he think that is where i just don't understand why we also need to bring this particular piece to us and so one of my suggestions might be that having mohcd potentially report it out to the board of supervisors or budget committee you know kind of their plans for the year how they're
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planning to use the self-appropriately funds we get that policy conversation up front that is something i haven't run it by mohcd but in terms of if i want to global perspective that might be a venue it gives us that i guess that weirder perspective. >> through the chair i'll submit the following yes. the board of supervisors has to approve this bond or that land transfer but it is all done on a piecemeal basis no policy oversight that is precisely another way of going about that as well as the reality is the reason departments come before this body on an annual body through the appropriation process because we have the power of the purse and absent that we can have a little bit of
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show-and-tell but the reality that hadn't happens for many years and the reason the board relinquished the power of the purse in the appropriation funds that's why we should send this to the full board. >> with all due respect i feel mohcd is one of the departments that probably we've seen the most amount of legislation through this committee and again, if there is another way to package the information so have a more global conversation up front i'll recommend that i see that's not what supervisor peskin or what would satisfy that desire but i think given next week and the pending measure m what that means in the
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potential oversight over not only mohcd but oewd there's a lot of these kind of proposals and flux so i don't know how for example, this particular measure will dovetail with measure m maybe through the chair. >> prop m passes would that commission have the oversight over those funds. >> sophie hayward from the mayor's office of housing my understanding the language society with prop m any expenditure will be reviewed by the commission and the commission will make a recommendation for my expenditure regardless of amount of funds if i'm not mistaken. >> that's correct as the case in any commission system the power of appropriation is one of the fundamental underpinning of what the board of supervisors does how we
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relinquish that in this case i don't know but that i'll 134i789 to supervisor tang through the chair that the place for the board to say mohcd as a matter of policy we think that you should be building more senior housing and less single-family homes and vice versa if through the budget process that's the policy document that we as elected members of legislative branch of government get that level of policy not before us when they say hey, this is what we want to do and we have no influence over it if we want to do our jobs we were elected to do the best way through the annual process of budget i don't think that is cumbersome it works for all departments with incredible amount of underneath it works for the police department and the department of health up
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think a fundamental underpinning of what we do and take that responsibility back i don't know originally why the previous board been this way for many, many years gave up that power but time we given the magnitude of 24 crisis take that power back. >> supervisor yee. >> thank you appreciate this discussion i'm listening to you i guess the argument and so forth and it is one of these things i've heard this discussion enough in other areas and see what is the role of the board versus the mayor's office i guess i'm - listening to an argument where i believe that supervisor peskin is correct in this we're asking for the board to
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really play a role in the appropriation issues it is one of the things okay. if from the argument is in the case of staff putting for politics you, you can is that about everything let's have a board that appropriates anything or to me not both ways as a good government either one way or another i'll tend to argue what i've seen anyways in the last three or four years the process does work especially with our good chair leading the process in the budget and that we had debates at the annual appropriation of the budget discussion at the board level i don't see any fair of that it wouldn't work for this particular case. >> i would add one thing mr.
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chair this is about accountability this is the opportunity that the board has to say did you meet our tarts? did you do what you said you were going to do that's in the annual budget process with a host of functions in the city government we say boy maybe we should have appropriated more money to a different thing you're doing a better job or not appropriate when you're doing 0 worse job that's what the budget process is for and how the branches of government keep each other in check and hold the departments accountability we've advocated. >> let me ask a question do you spend the self-appropriately funds at random it seems like a lot of the comments are a check on what you're doing but a
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chance to faub >> kate hartley - first of all, the funds themselves are defined that sets the priorities, secondly, we pursue the factual needs of the city documented and the consolidated plans for housing in san francisco that is required by hud that's a body of work that is very good researched and documents the needs and we pursue the goals of the plan we take the money available to us we leverage that money as well as we can and follow the prescriptions that are attached to the funds by geography and income, eligibility by new construction and rehab and go get additional money that had
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has its own requirement my fear not following a well documented researched statement of need per the con plan and fitting that into the overall housing goal we could get an appropriation approval say for predevelopment from one board of supervisors and then two years later when we're ready for gap funds the board might say we've changed our mind don't want to fulfill the obligation instead of single single families we want - they're with regulatory oversight and need the commitment and the ability to pursue the con plan and can't have the risk of midstream not having the additional appropriations approval from the
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say that results from a change in the board. >> okay. >> commissioner tang. >> i mean, i would say that given this discussion you know, of course, i believe in transparency and, of course, accountabilities but don't believe in layering on requirement for the sake of open that we'll have more transparency or more affordability i feel we have at our disposal projects list in the queue we can ask mohcd for any given time and things a available to the members of the board i believe that switching this category of funding it comes back before the board of supervisors instead of providing for accountability b will slow down the process who knows as ms. hartley said whoever which board has different sets of
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clarity who know; right? we have seen how long those projects take in fact, to my recollection the discourse in san francisco it is taking too long and too expensive this is not something i can support given we want to build more affordable housing and we want to build it now colleagues, any questions or comments anyone wish to comment on item number 4. >> okay seeing none, public comment is closed. i would say say i appreciate the dialogue you know, i would very much society my name are supervisor tang's comments the last thing to slow down the affordable housing in san francisco i know that some of us are billing willing i'm not and sensitive to the affordable housing shouldn't be a politicalized process it is to some degree and making it more
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is a step in the wrong direction and harm the residents in the city we're trying to serve so i appreciate the discussion around the boards budget process and share the budget committee i'm well aware but certainly don't want to make that a political process - anything from my perspective we'll do to potentially slow down the building of affordable housing is a step in the wrong direction for our city and especially
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