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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 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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>> okay good morning, everyone. welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors budget & finance committee for wednesday, november 16, 2016, my name is that mark farrell and joined by supervisor katie tang want to thank nona melkonian and leo for covering the meeting swols linda wong the clerk madam clerk, any announcements? >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee silence all electronic devices. completed speaker cards and documents to be included should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the november 29th board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> okay. thank you madam clerk so supervisor yee is not with us this week after the elections can i entertain a motion to ensues supervisor yee and without objection madam clerk number one. >> approving the financing plan for the city and county of
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san francisco infrastructure and revitalization few minutes ago district one and the project areas there in. >> thank you, welcome mr. electing e beck you were us late last night welcome back. >> thank you supervisor farrell and supervisor tang the item the item before you is one of a total of 17 pieces of legislation part of the progress of forming the infrastructure financing district and community facilities on treasure island t the fooid are for the treasure island development ifd and efd so to reimburse costs by the developer as well as to help fund the affordable housing development on the island the cf d will reimburses certain
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infrastructure costs as well as creating a capital reserve for sea level rise and a imperpetual fund for the three hundred acres of parks and part of treasure island program the resolution relates specifically to the financing plan, which is the guiding document for did formation administration of the infrastructure revitalization and financing district t the i f that drafted with the terms of disposition agreement and it's champion blend it was adopted in 2011 if this item is move forward today it will catch up with the items in committee on october 15th and considered at
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the full board at a future hearing with the those other items include the intention to form the two districts if those are approved before our break this year we will expect 9 public hearing on the formation of district and the vote of the property owners within the distract will occur at the january 10th meeting of the full board since the i f p one language change if we know you but that on the screen this language change is tint the clarify the city stated it intends to seek the starter participation in the program traffic the commitment of state property tax increment that flows from the program and if this future legislative
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change or other legislative changes that allows out revenues to the i f did the language will clarify for the board of supervisors what pledge those through the district without a revote and the additional revenues will be committed chief suhr to the affordable housing bonus program. >> thank you for that information since we had a lengthy discussion i'll not rehash everything i'm just wondering though given some of the options that were put on the table at the full board merging in relation to the package we've continued the item for november 6th i believe do you feel that i mean - i didn't think also as of yesterday would
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have been a solution for the financing gaps what's our thoughts moving as we he approach december 6th. >> the terms of d da the developer is committed to providing the public infrastructure and it eligible for reimbursement for certain costs subject to the limitations of the financing district they then accept certain risks that costs wouldn't be fully covered the city committed to delivering the affordable housing program with some help with a contribution in the developer and some revenues that come from the i r f d any surplus revenues from the i f r d flows to affordable housing and closing that gap but the terms that have been put forward in the i f p are
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consistent with the split of revenues that were set for the from the d da as we work to close the gap the city's obligation under the agreement it may - it's going to be a lengthy process one of the things that getting started helps us allows us the prudent of grant at the did you funding sources that requires us to have a project ready site so some of the opportunities pursue funding need us to move forward to start that process and other lafco changes at the state level that will play out but important to keep in mind this is a 20-year or more development on the island and we have an ample amount of time to continue to
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close the gap to fully fund the 21 hundred 73 unit we're committed to developing but also sanitation yesterday we should have 3 surplus sites that gives us the opportunity to develop more housing over time and it sounds like similar that was described to us yesterday, i hope that has we approach december 6th either there is new information, new options and so forth that sounds like most of board is not common with that is laid out i'll leave it at that there's a lot of work to be done but for today's purposes to catch up with the items and approve or disapproveed items thank you very much workplace
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mr. rose, can we go to your report. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee supervisor according to the infrastructure financing plan and i'm on page 8 of our report the project areas abc d and e will generate one $.9 billion many property tax that's over 43 year period in 2018 to 61, 62 one $. billion is pledged for the financing district this is shown in table 3 on page 8 of our report on page 9 of our report the treasure island has an estimated fund shortfall of 381 plus in table 5 on page 9 of our report and for that reason we shade i stayed on page 10 little
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infrastructure fencing plan doesn't identify or the financing necessary to construct all one thousand plus housing units to be delivered by tida we consider that a policy matter for supervisors. >> thank you, mr. rose open up for public comment for item number one anyone wish to comment on item number one okay seeing none, public comment is closed i want to be associate myself with the comments of supervisor tang and look forward to 9 full board discussion and certainly pa make my office available as we move through that supervisor tang auto all right. i'll make a motion motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> and without objection madam clerk call item 2.
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>> resolution retroactively 30 years the grant in the amount of of the transportation service program and the mitigation and air quality fund through metropolitan commission grant program to appear on october 16th through august 2017 and waving the costs. >> good morning. i'm the director of the school program those are funded that mtc has appropriated with all the 9 county to expand to schools the portion that comes to san francisco you actually have approved that fund through our role with the board at the transbay joint powers authority and into the city budget i'm available to answer any questions. >> okay supervisor tang. >> thank you so i'm the sponsor of this item so i
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understand what the grant will be used for to defer our public records for that if i could describe the breakdown of the agencies and department that get the fund. >> generally can they're using it for our the program is comprised of a number of agencies the first and foremost is obviously did school board because this is a program within their school we're partnership with the presidio ymca through the program san francisco small business commission the bicycle coalition the department of health and the department of the environment and we are expanding our services to include more outreach to families and caregivers about all the alternatives of how to get transforming school with the transit and walking and bicycle r biking we're boulder more of the communications so our
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website and having a newsletter and things like that which will make it having it 2r5i89d will help to communicate with the families in san francisco and boulder building out more the high school level in the school district having a pe class pe classes and you know in high school some of the elements we have. >> and then do we have mrefkz to show the success rates for programs and what those grants allow us to do. >> and conduct an annual evaluation and report and include i'm sorry off the top of my head 40 percent of the schools that are participating and to a lesser degree for biking at those schools i can get that exact data to you later
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today. >> thank you very much okay. thank you for that supervisor tang with that opening it up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 2 okay seeing none, public comment is closed. supervisor tang >> i'll make a motion i make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> we have a motion without objection madam clerk call item 3. >> resolution authorizing the rec and park department to accept and expend to the united states environmental protection agency an agreement for the combined total of 4 hundred thousand for the element of the remediation and the activities for 9 property. >> thank you very much welcome rec and park morning supervisor tang and supervisor farrell i'm tony with the rec and park department i am the grant writer the item before you is i'm here to ask your recommendations to the
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board of supervisors to accept the two environmental protection agency grant for a sized mediation plan and a - to help the clean up of nine hundred ennis 5 parcels in the india baseline with a ship facility those activities led to contamination of the sale that was purchased prior to that purchase we led an assessment determining if there were tanlts and an analysis for ground clean up based on the clean up our department applied for and secured go epa grant at $400,000 through the process we held 3 meeting with the public specifically about the clean up plan and the grant proposal
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several meetings held on the for the development of the nine hundred india baseline currently the project is - well basically once we get this in place for the remediation plan can we move forward with the environmental impact report we expect the i went to be published in march of 2017 and certified around 2018 with the clean up activities happening in mid-2019. >> that's pretty much our presentation if you have any questions and i were the acquisition with san francisco reservoir a few years ago this will be an amazing part of san francisco and thank you for being part of this and as we look forward to the day is opens
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up thank you for bringing this forward seeing none, no other questions open up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 3 public comment is closed. >> i make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> motion by supervisor tang and without objection madam clerk would you call item 4. >> the resolution enclosing the term sheet with an the national for 0 memorandum of understanding outlining the terms for a ferry in - pierce 31 through 3. >> going the senior property manager and joined by my colleague good morning supervisor farrell and supervisor tang pleased to be here today for your represents to seek approval for the endorsement of the term sheet between the port as well as the
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competitive 3w50igd i'd like to thank the mayor's office and supervisor peskin for spovn this legislation and our partners from national park service who are here aaron the acting superintendant and ann and bryan jones us as well as jessica who been working on the project and like to thank the nicholas and others for all their work to get us to this point address support from our acting director. >> we have a brief presentation to go over the terms of the mou and up in front of you the framework of the mou that is a long term thirty year agreement between the port and the national park services which outlines each party rocket as you can see on the right-hand
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side there are primary responsibilities to secure contract with a con in her for the alcatraz island ferry services along that that the port the standard for a lease that cantonese the city ordinances that will be attached to that contract when necessary bid that out in addition they'll secure a contract with the national parks and with that they'll have the form leases attached other responsibilities are the ceqa determination and going to the site planning and making sure that it is done responsible and in return the park enters into a lease with the con in her for the - we'll enter into a lease on a thirty year basis and make an
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investment in the sub structure as you can see on the next slide this is the investment that is anticipated to go into the site that is approximately $20 million investment we've reach from the concessioner and the port will invest an additional $5 million into the sub structure our visions are aligned after many positive meetings we are really exciting those key concerts will be the continued historic preservation and enhancing the visitors and more exhibit for the public and for our our maritime use for the site next slide shows you the site
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this is the existing site today they did a full analysis of alternatives sites i think this was a public processed through mature collaboration we're focused on the site the existing between the 31 and 33 to a compass like environment as you can see a couple of renderings what that he could look like after the investment the proposed base rent has been analyzed here by the budget analyst report office and we have approximately 8 hundred and 58 thousands of base rent paid as a minimal rent and the conservancy was determined through our port approved commission perimeter rents and the rent will be the greater base rent or percentage rent on this sheet this all the
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percentage rents for each business this was determined through extensive research economic consulting and proildz and negotiation with our partners at ap s with that, in mind the next sheet gives us a performa, if you will, of potential what that site might generate what it is fully operational as you can see that is quite attractive economically for the port and for the city with over $3 million of revenue to be generated based on assumes of grossly receipts a rent credit of $3 million that is going to increase the infrastructure and the structure repair and things that are normally considered on the landmark side they've agreed to
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take on the credits and it is done shortly to have it we'll be wrecking the benefits that work here within after the 4 year and with that, we are our next steps, of course, we will be seeking recommendation here from the committee as well as approval in the board on the term sheet and the sole source waiver and moving towards the groups finalize the mou with the partners at park service and we will then have a fair concession lease prepared for the folks to be ready and will eastbound conducting our regulatory approvals and then coming back to the port commission and the board to seek the approval for the mou and the lee's with that, that concludes my presentation. of rebecca has one change to introduce to the resolution.
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>> thank you jay supervisors rebecca we've been working closely with the budget analyst and you have before you a couple of red lines technical changes to the resolution we want you to consider as you make the recommendation to the board the key changes on page 2 roadway 22 that technical change makes reference to the staff sheet it governs the process and the final change is on page 4 row 7 note it our intention or the agreement will have our leased the co-denominators with the contract term that is important to the parties to have a contract for equal amount of time with that, that concludes my presentation. >> thank you very much no questions right now mr. rose, can we go to your report.
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>> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee. supervisor tang on page 14 of our report we note it that the port will be responsible to invest approximately $5 million for pier 31 the sub structure repair and upgrades we note the conservativecy and the contractor will make the improvement with 29 plus thousand dollars and report that the ferry contractor will be provided a maximum of $2 million plus in rent credits for the applicable costs over the 4 years of lease finally the contingency will be responsible for the 33 center and the folks will be provided a
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maximum of nine hundred plus over the 4 year term of the lease on page 15 the net present value as erupted e opposed to the percentage rents that will result in the port paid by the to be paid by the contingency where the port receives approximately $7 million plus i'll emphasize again that is base rent not percentage rent. >> regarding our recommendation based on the recommendation the department submitted we agree that that we're join our recommendation on the bottom of page 15 and recommend you approve the amended legislation. >> thank you very much if no questions right now i just want to say to you for coming forward i've been waiting for
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this for years laughter. >> so thank you. i'm excited we're at that phase and congratulations on getting this. >> thank you. >> alter that point and thank you for all your hard work thank goodness we're here i have 3 speaker cards (calling names) anyone that wishes to speak please line up everyone will have 2 minutes. >> good morning my name is establishing in any professional capacity i'm executive vice president for the sgientd i'm familiar with the high services on the waterfront and providing access to san franciscans and visitors alike on our waterfront my personal capacity i have served on the board of the golden gate care onservancy and
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the parks successful and open to all visitors in san franciscans in bayview receipts the consciousnesscy helps to provide are interpret programs with the golden gate bridge and alcatraz and we many of you potentially visited the centers on alcatraz so i strongly urge to adopt this measure that will create and place for the alcatraz experience and have full confidence in the port. >> thank you very much next speaker, please. >> good morning, supervisors
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nice to see you familiar with both sides in the member six the conservancy - this is go for inform san francisco and glad to see this the correspondencecy don't a great job with the celebration a world-class capture and they'll do a great job. >> thank you, commissioner. >> morning john sftravel as you may know there are 24.6 million visitors they spend billions of dollars every hour everyday and support 76 plus jobs one of the most attractive and top attractions is obviously
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alcatraz island and in fact, the 6 more visited designations in san francisco with 19 percent of all visitors that. come to san francisco visit the island easy access is important to maintain the attractivenessness and an iconic attraction this new agreement extends the papering that enable access from an place in close prompt to other amenity and attractions when placed together kraed create a designation that enhances the overall visitors attraction we wholeheartedly support this and congratulations to support and hope you'll approve that thank you. >> anyone wish to comment on this item seeing none, public comment is closed. supervisor tang. >> all right. thank you for
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your presentation he was reading through this and thought how i finally visited alcatraz for the first time i know embarrassing my parents waiting in line for a hotdog so i think this is be a wonderful experience so thank you very much for bringing 24 forgot with that said, i'll make a most to i make a motion to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation. >> thank you very much supervisor tang and again, thank you for the presentation and thank you for all your hard work. >> mr. chair, i building an amendment. >> as amended first to amend and send fort with a positive recommendation. >> madam clerk add me as a co-sponsor without objection. >> okay madam clerk call item 5. >> item 5 retroactively 30 years the was the district attorney to accept and expend a
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- 2016 through june 2017 authorizing the office of district attorney to accept and expend a grant of 89 thousand for july 2017 through june 2018 and an amount of approximately 89 for the period of 2018 to 2019 to continue the criminal institution impact. >> thank you for having me. i'm the deputy chief of victim services i want to let you know that grant provides us an opportunity to let us have a resolution specialist to serve victims with the collection of restitution they're very helpful in bringing the gap between the operation department and the district attorney's office this last year, we trained over one he 50 staff mentioned on
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restitution to have a better understanding when the victim is entitled to collect for restitution and that's really it do you have any questions. >> supervisor tang. >> yeah. thank you chair farrell so in terms of the grant is that mostly towards training or for the restitution. >> it is for the staffing of the restitution specialist that restitution specialist that training not just looking at the collection but also getting out there and bridging that gap amendment it is difficulty in the district attorney probation officers and the victims when their understanding they can request restitution when the victim or the did not is found guilty or pleads guest guilty to
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a crime we found victims don't understand this resolution tuition specialist informs victims of their voting rights. >> okay we'll open up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 5 seeing none, public comment is closed. >> i'll make 80 a motion wmgsz to the full board. >> without objection. >> madam clerk call item 6. >> the resolution arthur's the execution and delivery of a multi family note in one or more series in an aggregate not to exceed $49.5 million to provide ferns of a construction multi family known as presidio prop x. >> thank you, supervisors i'm a project manager at the mayor's office of housing representing castro san francisco port commission and here to present
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the board with the 72 construction of multi family housing on connecticut also known as block x the transactions fundamentals have not changed since you presented 9 resolution to that committee in march of this year the issuance is a conduit finance with in recourse to the general fund all the project units will serve the families earning no more than 60 percent ami this is the phase one of the master plan the san francisco port commission and requires no relocation as it is a vacant site since march the developer 3wri7b8gd you think housing has excused allocation from the state the developer working with the city has identified financing team so we have on board the construction and permanent mortgage learned and
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investigator on council and municipal advisors the financing team met and developed a document in the package before you today, we anticipate closing many bond in mid-december with construction beginning in early 2017 construction is accepted to be complete in the summer of 2018 that concludes my presentation. if you have any questions i'm here. >> thank you very much any questions on item 6 okay opening up for public comment anyone wish to comment seeing none, public comment is closed. motion to move forward. >> i'll make a motion city college. >> we can take that without objection. >> madam clerk call item 7. >> item 7 resolution authorizing the conclusion and delivery of certificates of participation an tax exempt or bias evidencing and representing
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a principle amount, 201165 point plus million dollar and improvement on the animal care facilities only property within the city. >> okay. thank you very much this hematemesis was sponsored by supervisor tang. >> i know we have department staff to speak on the item excited to see you and thank you to the mayor's office and the capital team and our public finance team to make sure we are develop a new animal shelter in san francisco with great excitement we have this one of our final financial pieces with that, i'm going to turn it over to department staff. >> with the controller's office of public financials the proposal inviting $60 million in south of market of participation with the annual control facility
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to be located on 1419 bryant street with the approval the board authorizes the city to sell commercial paper to fund this on an inventory base and to provide permanent financing on a elementary basis the certifies are to be executed in amounts to be fell paid with interest financing and delivery expenses because the plan of finance is seeking a paper to finance the costs we estimate to deliver the certificates in the summer of 2018 with the approve of that resolution the board approves the related fence in the forms including the property and lease agreement and trust and a preliminary statement that is the former of notice of tennis for the fail and appendix a the
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resolution approving the revised preliminary statement will be brought back to the board with the financials and other areas of disclosure for the city will structure the certificates and a third party trustees the office of chief examiner portions the hospital and the animal care and control facilities about collectively serve as a lease property for the certificate lastly a reminder in march the board amended the capital plan for the animal control confidence certificates as the debt program in may of this year, the board approved the certificates for the animal care and control project i'm available to answer any questions and have virginia the director of ac c and ken the manager to answer any project
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related questions. >> thank you very much that presentation i think that just for public purposes and reminder of the cost and how much is comping from cop from the general fund appropriate i don't know if you want to speak to that harry maybe through the chair to mr. rose. >> mr. rose, can we go to your report. >> >> yes. chair farrell and supervisor tang, we report on page 19 the board of supervisors appropriated the 60 plus million dollars in certificates of participation precedes of which $49 million to fund the animal control and $10 million plus from debt services reserves and financing and 9 hundred plus for uncertainty and the interest ratnd


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