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>> good morning, everybody. and welcome to the inaugural meeting of the sfovrz so for monday, january 9, 2017,
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m call the roll. >> thank you madam president supervisor president london breed supervisor cowen supervisor farrell supervisor sandra fewer supervisor jane kim aaron peskin hillary and supervisor presented supervisor jeff present supervisor katie tang and supervisor norman yee madam president all members are present you thank you, ladies and gentlemen, please join us in the pledge of allegiance
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and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> madam clerk any communications. >> yes. 3 to report we're in receipt of a communication from the honorable mayor ed lee phil district 8 by appointing jeff and welcome supervisor. >> (clapping.) >> next a xrungs from the direction of department of elections for the election of members of the board of supervisors who received a majority of votes cast at the election held on november 8, 2016, and declared elected to that office district one suzy loftus, district 3 aaron peskin
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and 5 supervisor president london breed and district 11 congratulations to the members. >> (clapping.) >> and finally the controllers has communicated to the board his renewing er filing the official shutter bond for newly appointed and appoint members of the board madam president that concludes any communications. >> i tomato acknowledge we're joined by forming willie brown, jr. >> (clapping.) >> we - we also have in the audience my former colleagues supervisor mar
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district one and - >> (clapping.) >> and supervisor campos district 9. >> (clapping.) >> i also like to acknowledge and if you could hold our applause we're joined by city attorney dennis herrera and our treasurer jose cisneros and our assessor carmen chu and the district attorney district attorney george gascon and sheriff hennessey thank you all for being here. >> (clapping.) >> and i also know that we were joined by the former supervisor and former state senator mark leno who is highland in the crowd. >> (clapping.) >> and we will finally also joined
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by the mayor the sfgov's mayor ed lee thank you, mr. mayor for being here. >> (clapping.) >> and so, now get to the business people we're so honored to be joined here today by my friend who is now the presiding judge of the supreme court of california so for the county of san francisco ladies and gentlemen, to miranda the oath of office to the returning board of supervisors please please help me welcome to judge terry jackson. >> (clapping.) >> and so with that i'm going to call each member of the board to come forward to have the oath of office administrative code starting with district one newly
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length supervisor supervisor sandra fewer. >> (clapping.) >> yeah. >> and please come forward returning for probably i think a fourth time supervisor peskin from district 3. >> (clapping.) >> and our great excuse me - our great senior supervisor supervisor norman yee come forward from district 7. >> (clapping.) >> and the newest 0 colleague on the board of supervisors is supervisor from district 8 jeff.
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>> (clapping.) >> our newest colleague on the board of supervisors from district 9 supervisor hillary conan. >> (clapping.) >> and final not finally i'm the finally but supervisor from district 11. >> (clapping.) >> yeah. >> (clapping.) >> and finally the supervisor from district 5 supervisor president london breed. >> (clapping.) >> am i in the front or here. >> so with that, we are now going to take the oath of office
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thank you for having me that is a tremendous honor as the supreme court judge you can appreciate having that opportunity as my first act as the presiding judge for san francisco i'd like to you repeat after me raise your hand i have to find it please state your name for the record
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>> and the constitution of the state of california. >> (repeated.) >> against all enemies. >> (repeated.) >> and that i will bear true faith and allegiance. faith and allegiance. united states. >> (repeated.) >> and to the constitution of the state of california. >> (repeated.) >> that i take this oath freely. >> (repeated.) >> without any mental reservation. >> (repeated.) >> (repeated.) >> or purpose of evasion. >> (repeated.) >> that i will well and faithfully discharge the duties. >> (repeated.) >> and during such time as i hold office commissioner of the
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san francisco county transportation authority and the member of the san francisco board of supervisors (repeated) the city and county of san francisco
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congratulations. >> (clapping.) >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> all right. now we're done that the swearing in madam clerk the order of business the general purpose of seniority as we shuttle off the offices in city hall parking spaces seats in the legislative chamber and the appoint to the outside boards and commission is dernld by senior higher seniority amongst the reelected members formally order with supervisor farrell the history seniority with possession one supervisor cowen 2, 3, 4 position two and
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supervisor kim in position 3 and supervisor norman yee in four and supervisor president london breed 5 and supervisor tang in the 6 passion and 7 supervisor peskin we'll institute the authority for 8, 9 temple and 11 from this brass drum are the names of the appointed and newly elected members supervisor sandra fewer and jeff to proceed with the dejs the first name if 9 is position 8 like winning the lottery for the board. >> to get the key. >> 4i8y ronan position 8
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jeff position 9. >> (clapping.) >> supervisor sandra fewer in position 10. >> and in position 11. >> (clapping.) >> thank you madam president. >> all right. it means better offices and better parking spaces but that's important to us (laughter) i don't know about the public but we care all right. with that madam clerk go to the next item. >> precede with nominations for the president of the board of supervisors. >> colleagues the process we will use to elect the president of the board the clerk will describe the principles and then i'll declare nominations open with the nominations on the table we will then hear public
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comment on the nominations after public comment, the clerk will describe the pretends for the vote of 2345078gz we will take the vote as board president and any questions seeing none, madam clerk precede. >> the method of 23450789sz include the following principles once the president declares the nomination are open members will be called a needed didn't have to state the nominees and vacate the chamber they can withdraw their names without a second the second for a nominations is welcome but not required members any nominate one person per round only one seat to fill and once closed the additional nominees can't be open and public comment is retaken on the
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specific neemgz thank you madam president. >> with that, i declare the neemgz with open for the president of the board i'll call on supervisors as i see them on the roster with malia cohen. >> thank you good morning madam clerk rise ladies and gentlemen, good morning. welcome to city hall it is with great honor i rise to nominate and put forward a wonderful woman london nicole breed to be considered for re-election to the office of president for the board of supervisors now many recall my remarks two years ago we talked about the brace and say i didn'tness london displayed early in her
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career willie brown, jr. thank you for still obama and being here with us (laughter) but laughter and recognize the significant importance last night last year, we celebrated one one hundred years of existence ♪ body and in one hundred years you've seen a full transformation of history not only are we're going to nominate and elect london breed to be board president but acknowledge we are a majority of women on the board of supervisors for the first time >> (clapping.) >> - for the first time in the history of this city and county
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one hundred years later ladies we have 4r509 work to do can't think of a be stronger woman a more dedicated san franciscan to lead this city along with mayor ed lee and the other elected officials being point president of the board of supervisors she's hard working and smart she's committed and sassy she looks good while she's banking that gavel she cares for everyone whether your an immigrant or english as a second language even when you disagree you have a solid ear in wanting soon to say president london breed so with that great pleasure i humbling ask you to
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join me in electing london breed as our board president. >> thank you. >> (clapping.) >> thank you supervisor cowen supervisor peskin thank you, colleagues and members of the public he rides noting that it has been exactly 10 years one decade since there was a unanimous vote for the president of the body of a time to bury. >> divisions this is that time i also so while not necessary i would like to second supervisor cowen's nomination of the london breed as our president of the board of supervisors and then let me say but there are policy differences ♪ body i believe that supervisor
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president london breed is uniquely qualified to bridge those and bring us together she's independent and performed well, i second the nomination >> (clapping.) >> thank you supervisor peskin and are there any other nominations? seeing none, nominations are closed so we'll now opening it up for public comment are there any members of the public that would like to provide public comment at this time for the neemgz of the president as well as general public comment well, mr. yip >> andrew yip the applications of police officers for the scientific chronicles and sifted culture we have a volume of which it is hard to promote the
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people with good considerations to the holy way and virtues for the political leader with deceptions of a destiny for the animal health for the constitution one must - this determined heart and spirit for the merry i didn't for the establishment of virtues for the divine protection for the holy people with the perfection over mercy and love and not by - so we can change the world from back to joyful will prosperity by the true principles a commitment to all eastbound accomplishments will have one strong leadership that means we
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have a social career with great benefits for the persons for families and for society god bless no need to clap for public comment especially, when you don't understand and many mr. yip is a regular i get it any other members of the public who want to provide public comment that's where were the sassy comes in seeing none, public comment is closed. madam clerk please describe the process for voting. >> members will precede with the elections for the president of the board the roll call will be taken in alphabetic order i'll repeat the nominee please name our preferences.
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>> madam president okay thank you madam clerk all right. >> okay. on the vote for president can you please on the nominations of the supervisor president london breed for president can you please call the roll. >> commissioner breed. >> i. >> madam president you'll is a breed when our name is called. >> breed for breed supervisor cowen supervisor farrell supervisor sandra fewer supervisor kim supervisor peskin restraining order none
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supervisor there are 11 vote for supervisor president london breed. >> okay. i guess i'm the next president. >> (clapping.) >> madam president i'll call on supervisor farrell. >> to present the president's plaque to you. >> thank you, madam clerk and colleagues first of all, welcome everybody and congratulations supervisor president london breed once again and i want to say it is an honor working with you the last few years as supervisor president london breed in the chambers and supervisor peskin we have our differences but a lot to work on together as an aide i have the
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great honor with the senior member to present supervisor president breed a plaque four services so for the last year's and can't tell you how much i landmark to working with you for the next year congratulations. >> (clapping.) >> thank you very much and out of respect for the time and the families and the focuses that are here i'll save my comments to the end of the meeting so we can continue to move forward and can give others an opportunity to provide remarks with that madam clerk let's move to our next tome oh - let me say thank you (laughter). >> and i will say thank you for details in my speech at the
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end of the meeting madam clerk move to the next item. >> yes. madam president in you have a list of any other members of the public you want to recognize for vips that might have entered late. >> i don't have any glasses madam clerk i'm not sure i can see any other members can you help me out if i've missed one. >> not that i seen a we'll get those names and be able to recognize those if we missed anyone. >> 7, 8, 9 for remarks from the mayor mr. mayor mayor edwin lee is joined us thank you for being here mr. mayor and welcome to the chamber you have the floor. >> thank you. good morning everyone and happy new year and congratulations to supervisor president london breed i look forward to working you with as we've done the last two years and also want to
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congratulate all the new let elected members and the returning members of the board of supervisors as well as their families for being here today you've been entrusted with the people of your district with an incredible roeblthd and gift that is to serve them and our great city san francisco also want to acknowledge the historic made up of the board of supervisors the first openly hiv member of the board jeff is going to be so important right now for you and i'm so proud i've been able to choose you for you, you to succeed in supervisor scott wiener place thank you for serving. >> (clapping.) >> and also as supervisor cowen has noted a majority of female members of the board of supervisors for the very first time in the city's history from
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observation i believe might be true for all the legislative aides a majority of females thank you for your work as well. >> (clapping.) >> that is in my opinion a test want to the values of our city that our san francisco state made a light for so many people this moment in time is unlike any other we've faced in san francisco now more than ever need to be united and protect the values and the values that our city has been built on because when we work to get we have 329 success together to make sure that homelessness in san francisco is rare it is brief, and hopefully for as many people as possible
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only a one time curtains we've done so by creating a department on homelessness opening up be navigation centers and providing compassionate hi quality services and building more affordable housing we're creating a bring out future for our children by investing in education and our children's fund we're giving our seniors and people with disabilities the respect they deserve by paying our dignity fund and continue to work towards the collective goal of thirty thousand units by 2020 and have made progress on all levels supportive of housing and public housing and inclusionary housing and market-rate housing and we will get to the family workforce housing as well we're creating a 21st century police department with a chief that
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moves us down the paths of reforms thanks to the work and in partnership with the community we can accomplish great things when we put san francisco first and what's best for the residents first, i look forward to work together with each members of the board for all the issued that you care deeply about and continuing the process we've made congratulations and let's get to work thank you. >> (clapping.) >> thank you, again mr. mayor for being here and with that, i'd like to acknowledge a few additional people that we have today with us one of our elected representatives for the community college board of trustees tom is here with us today. >> (clapping.) >> and i also want to
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acknowledge a number of our department heads if you can stand and hold our applause to the end the department of public health mr. garcia and the department of human services and the director of rec and park phil ginsburg our zoning administrator naomi kelly and our fire chief chief joanne hayes-white and our chief chaplin and thank you our puc harlan kelly and our city kroerl ben rosenfield and want to send a special recognized to our deputy city attorney john gibner and finally the legendary man that needs no introduction who worked on the board of supervisors as a budget and
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legislative analyst since it's inception the line of questioning legendary harvey rose. >> (clapping.) >> i did this in the electives thank you. >> so thank you all for being here today clearly it is not just the members of the board of the supervisors that makes the decisions that will the people that actually make the city run we appreciate many of the elected leaders and the department heads for joining us here today with that, time for raekz racks from the members of the board and so i'll go in order and starting with supervisor sandra fewer. >> thank you madam president and i would like to say thank you for the opportunity to
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introduce you to my family that supported me throughout the campaign but actually, the pride of actually my life and i would be honored today for everyone to get to know my family which is john fewer my husband of 35 years. >> my daughter colleen fewer. >> (clapping.) >> any daughter sarah fewer. >> (clapping.) >> and my sister pamela kaplan. >> (clapping.) >> and my best friend ann. >> (clapping.) >> i like to take the opportunity to thank the residents the richmond district to trust me for the steward for the next 4 years i also would like to thank many, many people who have worked on any campaign
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my campaign staff is here to see me being 2345urgd and want to introduce any staff will will be joining me in my office chelsea. >> (clapping.) >> i believe many of you know nick and angeleno they'll be staying on and special thanks to sxhaufr that has been a dedicated public servant a wonderful caregiver of the district i lived in and had three children so supervisor eric mar i want to say thank you, very much for the long service sunflower the neighborhoods and families and as i'm learning and talking about with people particularly on the most vulnerable in the district thank you eric. >> (clapping.) >> so san francisco has changed a lot from the san francisco of my youth i'm a
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fifth generation san franciscan chinese-american but hope that the cultural of respect for humility and diversity stand strong to lead us into the next phase and look forward to the next 4 years of working on a female majority board and also as the first time woman elected to represent district one the greatest call for us to reannuity for all of us to believe in humanity the promise of public education as a great equalize and human right for freedom and national way for the minimum wage workers a woman's right to choose this is the moment and this is it i thank the unit and looking forward to working with everyone on the board and will say with the
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mayor and the city departments to table those big issues that impact also any district affordability and liveability in san francisco in my district we have an increasing amount even if seniors and hope to focus on their needs and the programming and the services they'll need in the next 4 years and hope to set a foundation for whoever follows me, i'm here as a supervisor for a short time in the history of san francisco so i lived in closing like to say that to all the newly elected colleagues welcome and to the ones that have been here i hope to learn from you and everybody in the room thank you for the confidence in me to do this job to represent this wonderful, wonderful city we all live in and also any district thank you very much.
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>> (clapping.) >> thank you supervisor fewer supervisor peskin. >> i rise sorry i never do that my colleagues ribbed me for my old sty ways thank you madam president and madam clerk to our my colleagues old and especially new honored guests what a great honor to take the oath of office in the presence of so 34 people that supported me and lived in me and held me accountable in the preponderance of the evidence chambers i enter any tenth year an honor to serve the people of san francisco in district 3 for so long i never honestly never thought i'd like be re-elected to a fourth term but noting no more else in representing the heart the
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diverse historic district 3 like to thank my wife and partner of 27 years nancy sanchez hand. >> (clapping.) >> thank you for allowing necessary me to serve the city this is a lapd job and couldn't do if without you nancy thank you and thank my family assembled in front of me and actor the profound influence in the life and the vocation or a.d. vocation many of you have met my mother and my father harvey and immediately understand which why public service is important they've led xanax lives for the community i want to thank my brother victor and his wife and my
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nephews and a for continuing to teach me about the power and enjoy of history and thank you former senator mark leno so for being here this morning i want to acknowledge and notwithstanding thank any political folks that 12uk with me my old friend gym and his wife. >> (clapping.) >> one of the few marriages i've had the honor of preceding offer from the house of labor a - local 2 has been leading the fight on short-term rentals mr. lee young and want and vice president of the chinese-american base community tenants association sro and public housing and all the smart
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business owners and families and topics and residents of chinatown and fisherman's wharf and russian knob and telegraph hill for our support for this many years it gives me pleasure to walk and go to our businesses remind why i love serving this community i want to thank my colleagues for those who stepped outside of your comfort zone to work on policies in fact, as i look around i can think of one critical issue i've worked with you and on find common ground even supervisor farrell's and i worked on the accessory dwelling unit legislation politics can be a volatile and there are thoughtful and devoted public servants and enjoy that comrade
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write including that late night fong to me supervisor president london breed. >> actually that is kind of hard to think i got through any third term without yelling at any of you but maybe that aaron is thank you for the opportunity ought to be real (laughter) >> (clapping.) >> but seriously 2016 was a rough year for a lot of reasons in 2015 i ran a commitment to tackle the foolth head on i hope not disappeared you and now critical with a radical right wing congress for a lose canyon in our white house for the to be one percent of one percent none of the commitments have changed we must stay the cowards to make
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sure that small businesses and seniors are protected from the outside special interests and rampant gentrification people are off the affordability cliff you demanded change we brought forth great britain policy that has once again made san francisco a national leader last year commissioner kim and i proposed the maximum feasible amount of affordable housing in new development and created a requirement for marching housing if we want to keep our families in 2, 3, 4 town and keep our families in san francisco we must house them if we want to get the homeless off the street we must house them if we want diverse neighborhood house the 60 percent of san francisco that qualifies more affordable
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housing and, yes this is going to be mean a little bit less profit for developers i'm sure they'll get by looking over the past year i'm proud of what we accomplished together he pledge to take on the short-term rentals with the industry and have passed common sense regulations that the cities are looking at in order to protect ourville housing stock and with the mayor vote and a legislature from airbnb we still have work to do the unprecedented coalition of hotel workers and owners and tenants and landlords and neighborhood leaders have made it clear they'll not let people be over stood out by profit and greedy received a in my note with a person living with hiv that dpftd any patterns
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on the campaign trail he reminded me not to give up the fight thank you robert fewer friendship and encouragement i place a moratorium on converting the valuable single-room occupancies hotels the only housing for the neighborhood living on fixed incomes and passed the adu legislation thank you commissioner farrell for creating thirty thousand rental unit we've taken on incorporation like airbnb the academy of art university and challenged government assess i passed finance reform to eliminate the elected officials - with the past support of 76 percent we passed a 200 and 61 million dollars available prevention bond indeed prop c
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was the only measure on our november ballot that addresses our affordable housing crisis and the only measure rigging third street majority vote that passed and supervisor president london breed supervisor sandra fewer was short i'm using her time and we rei cannot the disgraceful attempts by the board of realtors by voting down proposition 2 and u by a margin and did all of that together i want to thank you san francisco for not buying the height that deep pockets can afford and not giving up housing prevention have taken on a greater urgency in the i'll not say risking one
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constituent reminding us the federal government attacking our community across the city r across the country people don't feel safe outside of san francisco to be displaced is to lose a safety net and can mean the diversities literally between life and death for some people obviously we we've got a lot more work to do and housing is only a part of it many of you know i'm a proud environment squatting of san francisco as senator mark leno with well aware we'll be in water in our lifetime and we must plan for how we occupy our place along did bay now i've been honored together with supervisor kim to represent san francisco interests on the bay conservatism commission it is fascist work i know that many communities are looking to lead
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on sea level rise and we must structured our urban 1ri789 everyone with a blog is a housing expert some will argue no such thing as neighborhood character cha character but supervisor sandra fewer stashgd to nicely at her inaugural speak everyone that whacks the streets of san francisco historic neighborhoods knows different no other place like san francisco and her neighborhood make they are tick whether preferring the third flower mart in the criticize or one last vibrant chinatown or the water shed every stick adds up to one of the even vices of the world on the minds of my constituents i'll be rim not to mention our police department and any
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sincere hopes for the future i'm lucky colleagues all 11 district are treated equal but district number 3 is absent equal i'm lucky to have one of the best captains in the country david lazzaro. >> (clapping.) >> supervisor avalos wanted him back so bad captain lazarus is truly a model of the community policing if nob hill to chinese-american have him and the working men and women on speed dial it captain is everywhere and has a plan i want to acknowledge our hard working and the reforms that william scott burglary be leading in 2015 speaking the challenges in the year ahead i want to be on the record that responsibility governors means taking our budget process seriously and making the hard
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choices even when they don't fit in that vein i'm really saying this to the four new members of the board i note that i was the only member of this body to vote definition the budget last year the first time i ever voted against a budget and 9 times 1r0e79 for a budget i don't feel we were balancing it responsibly and i believe in prioritizing the critical needs and planning for the future i believe in identifying the progressive revenue that will not disproportionately impact the most vulnerable i don't believe in burdening the taxpayers with regressive takes when we've not balanced our load in the chambers i don't believe building in labeling the business molding quote/unquote
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showing when their raking in major profit and hoping that problem will not community-based away and tax breaks for corporations are good public policies taxpayers deserve their tax before they decide on funding for emerging needs, however, preying that need may be i've learned none trusts a government that designed a budget that places all the budget skadz on the public as i said voters elected us to do a tough job i pledge even when easier to punt i will continue to work for the progressive and democratic principles of petitions and justice the rule of law yes checks and balances and power and respect for all people and groups holding different views with the gift of
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some years i pledge to work with humor a sense of love for the city i'm truly looking forward to another 4 years one of the greatest jobs anyone can have i know my staff is as well i want to this thing my city hall team that make is so much easier their individually and collectively incredible thank you sunny and cop i didn't and lee i can't express any appreciation enough. >> (clapping.) >> and thank you district 3 your supervisor is fired up and ready to go. >> (clapping.) >> okay. thank you supervisor peskin for soaking up not only supervisor sandra fewer time but
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everyone else on the board (laughter) all right. supervisor yee you're up next. >> (laughter). >> really? >> (laughter) feel free to be brief. >> i was instructed to cut any speak by 25 percent because of my colleague. >> take our time supervisor the floor is yours. >> first of all, welcome the audience that is here the families and the friends and supporters you are the important people that was able to get the 11 of us elected and you deserve roumdz i want to welcome back the first of the even number of supervisors who didn't have to run for anything they're sitting here today with us thank you.
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>> we'll get our revenge two years from now and welcome back the reelected supervisors supervisor president london breed and supervisor peskin as well as the newly elected supervisors suzy loftus sandra fewer and hillary and welcome our newly appointed supervisor jeff welcome to the chambers we'd like to kick some ass. >> like everyone else that will speak we want to thank everyone that helped us get here start with the voters in my district for allowing me to you serve another 4 years a prestige
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as many will acknowledge here today, this is such a special position to be able not only to help the entire city but also focused own the people that live in our particular district we have a wonderful district like everywhere else in san francisco people want to live a life they're successful and their families are successful and their children successful i want to thank my political consultant michael he's a little bit upset i cannot get him a ticket to get here oh, he made that in whoops something else has to give him a ticket i also want to acknowledge my staff first there are two no longer my staff they be the backbone and raised the bar in my office but
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are here today, this is (calling names) >> (clapping.) >> and olivia. >> (clapping.) >> and today now i have 3 wonderful staff member that actually was able to swing the tail end of my first four years into very productive years and they will continue to be the ones that will support me and make that happen and also their wonderful in working with other staff members of the supervisors and they are - where are they behind me jen low, and erica. >> (clapping.) >> the biggest reason i'm here today to start any second term
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as supervisor because of the support i always seem to get and receive from my family it was my brother nelson that said to me yesterday when we asked his band to 2k5ek9 a song to his family and it is a song by the sly and the family stones no it is not but the name is we are family but thank you nelson i want to acknowledge that my two sisters are here today vicky and more and more remand they made 2 possible to make me a good adult as a kid i never got into too much trouble they didn't were successful but i was
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- got me through my childhood thank you very much and i also not last but certainly my immediate family are the most important to me at this point of my life they've given me permission to seek office this is my fourth time i've been successful in running and twice on the school board and twice as a supervisor it is only made possible because they gave and said to me go for it and serve the community as most of my adult life this was four years ago and same thing those are my wonderful, wonderful two daughters of me and. >> (clapping.) >> my wife of many decades
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kathy. >> (clapping.) >> well something new four years ago i couldn't say that will you for years later i have two doubled our size of the family now two sons james and dan and oh, my goodness now i have two new grandchildren from the end of the last year and one of them is here he was asleep through everybody's speech when we heard any voice he woke up this jamison. >> i want to make sure my granddaughter you kouth couldn't come she's a little bit more you know she were able to speak
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she'll tell supervisor peskin hurry up but prove i have two grandkids. >> (clapping.) >> since the beginning of the first term my family as grown i've said that already and basically, the - when i been what i focused on four years ago it about family and children that's the lens i've always looked through when i have to consider policies and legislation in this chamber. >> so it is not any surprises that by the way, one thing that people didn't point out here is that this is a majority majority
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parents member board. >> we have more parents here than we've seen on the board ever so congratulations we'll drive it; right? parents family thing so it's not my surprise to anyone i'll fight to welcome families in san francisco we need to do better, we keep on seeing the families are children leave the city we need to reverse that trend we did that in the first four years we looked at our children and formed the mayor and superintendent being the co-chair of our family and city council to look at how we want our children to be treated and highway to make our families successful in san francisco we need to continue that some of the things oozed mentioned that is really important for me is as
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we talk about affordable housing for people we need to inner fuss the discussion how we have affordable housing for families with children that is something that is beginning we need to do better on that we have no policies around that issue we need to create policy so that we actually make it real and improve the services so for the public schools to make sure i'm not talking about k through 12 only but pre k we need in support of education of our residents to make sure that we have a workforce that will continue to make our city successful we also one of the things that is really missing we're beginning to address this is the issue about early education we are doing well when it comes to preschool around 3 to 5 but
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getting an f mark for those that are zero to 3 we really don't have much in the city for them we need to support that we need to support the families can't afford to not only pay the rent but $25,000 for childcare i'm hoping any colleagues that are parents will be very supportive of that issue that is a very important issue that will make-or-break san francisco when it comes to children and families the other issue that is really important for all of us is that we want to make our streets safe pedestrians, for bicyclists, and for drivers we need to pass more policies that will support our goals of vision zero to get is by 2024 to
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no fatalities. >> we need to do better we're trying but haven't done real well that is something that i'm hoping all of us will join hands and pass policies around that the other thing that i want to pension mention that san francisco should support the tech developments we must not let technology and tech companies control san francisco technology should make the lives of san franciscans better not worse. >> we must tackle the problem of short-term rental economy that is ruining our housing stock and we must also look at how we
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control those cars that are - what do you call those things self-driving cars and those uber's and lyft companies taking over the streets one of the things i'm looking forward so there's a lot of things differences in opinion i know we'll will work together as our president-elect trump gets into office we must stand together and push back and make sure our values and cultures of san francisco is for ever maintained thank you very much. >> (clapping.) >> thank you supervisor yee and again congratulations on your re-election. >> now i will recognize the supervisor from district 8 our
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new colleagues supervisor jeff. >> (clapping.) >> still trying to figure out how to work the mike. >> thank you supervisor president london breed. >> so i'd like to introduce my husband phil berry. >> (clapping.) >> he's the - i'm getting hints from the audience for you to stand up so when i was appointed i'm going to sit down sorry still working this out when i was appointed i told the mayor that he had appointed a family my husband and daughter were a unit we're all in that together and i want to echo supervisor
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yee's comments about the importance of parents and families supervisors finite have kids in the san francisco public schools and former board members and this is important to all of us thank you, mayor ed lee for his confidence in me for the appointment and i'm honored and humbled by that i want to deeply thing supervisor scott wiener for his outstanding service i know we'll be working with him as your senator in sacramento i want to acknowledge before i forgot things about my husband truly i wouldn't be here today, if not for him you know we've lost so many people in the community and the willingness of my husband to
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marry an hiv person and raise a family i never thought i'd see 40 my generation has been. >> late and never thought i'll be married and never thought i'd have a child i'm going to be 50 and a have a husband and child and owe this to the city for all the work and also owe to all of us to our lesbian sisters that take care of us and walked with us in those dark, dark days and still holding united states together and acknowledge two of the finest people in my life and two beyond jones you know know them historic historic figures.
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>> (clapping.) >> so 0 o one of the reasons i stepped back ♪ political around raising my kid is san francisco is under a threat from donald trump and people in washington our immigrant community has already been targeted so many of the people that we worked with over the years reduced the health disparticipant through the implementations of the affordable health care act through mel 200 and 50 thousand san franciscans receive care with the affordable health care 90 thousand on medi-cal samth this president threatens to roll
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back lgbt rights right we take for granted as a 11th hour e lieutenant governor's noouchl we'll need the fierceness to respond to the attacks all our communities will be understand i'm not going to speak much longer but i do want to leave with a thought i was kind of alluding to this you know when aids first struck 36 years ago a lot of community responded with hate with fear there were kwaurn tennis and this was god's will not san francisco san francisco came together
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mayor brown became the first funding for aids research in the country >> (clapping.) >> and, of course, mayor feinstein but the entire community were not marginalized cared for i think as we think about moving forward and really what are likely to be very, very, very dark times i just ask that may we not fight amongst ourselves but together against our common threats and looking forward to working with everyone thank you. >> (clapping.) >> thank you jeff and welcome
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to the board of supervisors. >> and with that, i'd like to recognize supervisor hillary ronan from district 5. >> so i want to start out by thanking any 4-year-old daughter and nephew and divine chu who first lesson about local politics that politicians like to talk for a really long time so thank you for being so patient and sweet and from the rest of my family will stand up my sisters and mother and farther and my husband francisco i love you. >> (clapping.) >> it means the world to me i will take one second i got to talk about what my husband and family means to me about my dad
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was not able to make that here i'll say to you dad that i love you so much and that's because of watching you my entire life and your rage against injustice and our incertifies that everyone is treated with respect and dignity i am here i love you the best. >> thank you for giving me the example that brought me here. >> (clapping.) >> i also want to action my incredible former colleagues now staff carolyn who is my chief the staff please stand up and natalie and others. >> (clapping.)
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>> and also in the crowd is some of my incredible campaign people you'll please stand up aaron and ryan. >> (clapping.) >> and jose our office manager. >> (clapping.) >> and he just had the most surreal experience david and i were conspiring over the rally of the on this side and david was on the odds david if you could stand up and eric you, too. >> (clapping.) >> eric david and john the 3 of you have been heroes i'm so grateful to have a position on the before do to continue the fight the 3 of you have been leading over the past 8 years an
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honor so thank you for being here. >> (clapping.) >> those of us that had the strange experience of winning our election on november 8th it was not a wonderful moment we didn't celebrate in the way we normally said my immediate reaction oh, my goodness this job i've been running for i'll completely change as i've been thinking about 3 over the past two months and thinking and planning for the proprietors of my office i realize the jobs has not changed at all so civilians i congratulated law school working as an attorney or an organize in the program or as a legislative aide for supervisor campos the work that i've been engaged in over the past 15 years fundamentally was to shift
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power and wealth from the rich and corporate elicit from the country to four people and immigrants and polar the lgbt community women that's the project i've been engaged in that is still the project before me now that i'm an elected official i enronly i think as the board of supervisors we can advance this agenda more than in the past? why first of all, the staff that we live under a rigsd system that is circling unjust not more obvious than this moment so staircase and impossible to design that will be easier for us to fight that injustice and rigged system and politicians are going to have to take a side and it is going to be easier for us to educate people what is
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really going on it will be hard that's number one and number 2 people want to be engaged in levels i have never seen in my lifetime i was at a conference late last week 200 young women saying i want to run for office and run now i don't like the way the world is i want to take responsibility to change it that's the type of engagement we'll need if we're going to fight back and make the change we want to make and number 3 let's face it the democratic part has lots of mind and hearts of people there needs to be a shift if we regain power i'm proud here in san francisco both in the june election we won an election but yesterday we are
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progressives took the majority of seats in ab 17 and 19 representing us at the state level we're headed in the right direction and when we have leaders like bernie sanders and elizabeth warning that are popular as at the federal level we'll see that change happen at the deckingic level as well this will make our work much easier here in san francisco to advance any fundamental i'm and goal in life so i will end there is a ohio they would say. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> there is nothing bad that canned be turned into good
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that's truly how i feel i'm optimistic not only ♪ moment in history to maintain the status quo but advance the cause of our people i'm looking forward to working with every single one of you to advance the world thank you very much >> (clapping.) >> thank you, supervisor. >> congratulations again supervisor ronan and recognize our supervisor from district 11 supervis supervisor. >> (clapping.) >> thank you supervisor president london breed and members of the public and colleagues anyone that joined me add any swearing in ceremony
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yesterday, i promise not to speak that long today. >> (laughter). >> thank you, supervisor we appreciate that. >> it was 25 minutes and some seconds i want to recognize my family my mother you made me the man, i was today i'll be belief otherwise i'll get emotional and my wife i said a lot about her we've been together for 19 years and wonderful children and as supervisor said being a public parent is an added task requires a lot of multi tasking we'll be fighting on that front together supervisor i appreciate that and all the parents on the board
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my father-in-law wouldn't be here without our support and guidance thank you for being there for us you're the rock of the family and my friend, my boss for 8 years the supermarket treasure of the labor council needs no introduction everyone knows her, she braces a trail o gay. >> local 27 and vice president the janitors brought me into the labor union 8 years ago and taught me so many things and guided me and took me under their wing we've marched together i was asked to come through they said they'll meet you at 10 no, they said 10:00 p.m. >> i was like what that was their lunch break that was an
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eye opening experience when most people are at home in bed or winding down for the day our members on the front lines a couple of hundred of decks and taking out the trash that was the thinners that olga asked me to work on the campos legislation no mention in that legislation that the supervisor put forward and the mayor newsom i'll never forgot all the work i appreciate that olga my god mother my mentor, the woman that i turn to four or five time a day for advice lo resident i was a lowly better
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than in bill clinton white house i worked with her for a year i call her my god mother her great grandchildren i meet in the white house they were 5 and 6 at the time stand up. >> (clapping.) >> my childhood friends who followed me to san francisco i don't know if he is here he probably had to go back to work and my friend (calling names) and two people in spectacular that helped to elect me and guide me from the neighborhood alex and steve please stand up friends wonderful constituents. >> (clapping.) >> so i'm going to be i brief
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like i said, i want to recognize someone that was not able to may i make any swearing in yesterday under his guidance i started any career in san francisco i worked at the san francisco housing authority and staffed the open door day in willie brown, jr. i got to sit under and watch him from 7:00 a.m. to 1 o'clock in the afternoon 7 or 8 people will be housing authority people with complaint eyesight there and someone i feel one of the greatest politicians of the last sitter in san francisco, california not only a straighttion or savvy and smart and has the memory i don't describe the man didn't write down anything but reprimands
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everything i appreciate that and one other person i want to recognize any forbid david and the members of the chinatown who guideed me and a majority part of any program and without the chinese-american i would not be elected i'll end everything i do and be will be about fighting for working families echo who supervisor yee and supervisor fewer said and others fighting for families will be my main agenda and fighting for working people and my brothers and sisters in the labor union and particularly when it comes to housing we need to think about that and drive that home 100 percent i want to work with a supervisor yee for the after all pre k and lastly i'll see this mayor ed lee said this yesterday
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a vibe in district 11 were treated as the forgotten part of san francisco i'm commented 100 percent to make sure that the residents get the respect and resources and just they deserve thank you very much. >> (clapping.) >> thank you and congratulations supervisors and welcome with that, are there any other members of the board that want to make any other comments seeing none, i will continue the agenda madam clerk please call the next item. >> madam president i believe everyone is awaiting our comments. >> okay all right. well i will be brief first of all, i want to say thank you especially to the
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residents of district 5 for believing in me one time to reelect me to serve i'm excited about this opportunity and looking forward to 4 more amazing years want to recognize my family and mother priscilla and sister and brother any little brother paul breed guys for being here and acknowledge my staff rosy and samantha and one of the best chief of staff in the city coner johnston. >> (clapping.) >> thank you to my campaign team any consultant maggie and my campaign manager who is here and so many amazing people that definitely takes a village to
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win a election and re-election i'm grateful for many of the sports and the volunteers and my heart it full thank you all so much for your support for my campaign i want to really focus my remark on the country and was there is to come i mean, i'm really i have to tell you honored my colleagues choose to unanimously support me to continue to serve as president of the board of supervisors that means a lot i'm looking forward to the next two years we say so many work to do and looking forward to doing that work with i think two of the most amazing people that i had the pleasure the clerk of the board angela.
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>> (clapping.) >> and our john gibner, deputy city attorney. >> (clapping.) >> we make a great team i'm looking forward to doing this work over the next two years as board president and a supervisor i'm honored to serve with each of the 10 of you whether that is chief suhr on transit quality or public safety or supervisor farrell on good solutions for the homeless challenges on supervisor peskin as he fights for good government a good government that our people here in the city deserves and being a physique convert and supervisor tang for moms and protecting the furry friends and supervisor kim so for bringing
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city college for those that deserve an opportunity and supervisor yee and his decades effort to improve the services and support for our children especially preschool for all and supervisor i know will bravely defend our health care and vital health care services and supervisor ron in an and commissioner coppel on orange our police department and balancing our budget during challenging times and supervisor as he fights for somebody's and workforce housing in the city all of you are talented and amazing public sernlts i'm privileged to work beside you and so honored to serve as the president of that amazing group of talented people our city faces daunting challenges worrying times thousand of
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people struggling to afford the homes they have we have immigrants and transgender men and women that feel unsafe in their own communities we all of us in the city we have a responsibility to help we can provide a hand up i know because it has been done before we've done that with me i'm not supposed to be here this is not for the girl born into public housing with a grandmother raising 3 kids an $900 a month san francisco had other plans i climbed overseeing marble stairs and the two steps to this place because a community loved me and because public sins looked out for me, i climb those
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stairs because san francisco lived in me and because i believed in hope and 11 days we all fail sail through an american president who thaentdz to deport our neighbors and cut our funding and want to put our friends on a list for daring to have a different face would brags brags of assaulting women and pledges to take health care from 20 thousand americans and mocks change and knows our let the record reflect community suffers a disorder in need of a cower to every san franciscan who feels scared uncertain or alone now you are seeing you are loved and you are one of us the city of st. francis has not
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see sacrificed not on my watch not our watch these are difficult times i've more hopefully, your values have not been more important our fight never more clear our role in in country never more needed hope president obama is not blind optimism not ignoring the roadblocks that stand in our path and not sitting on the sidelines it is the thing that certificates despite all finds to the contrary that something better awaits us if we have a courage that work and fight for it. >> now more than of our city will work and fight now more than ever be a beacon of hope when the solicit dims we'll hold
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our tortures higher san franciscans don't be discouraged take to our feet and don't fight amongst ourselves but fight for one another our city has been through challenging times and we have made that through we have made it through we don't back down but stand strong all over the place compassionate we're resilient and hope in the darkness we are san francisco it is my honor and pleasure to lead this board during this fight and we are in this together thank you all so much for being here today. >> thank you colleagues for entrusting me with the presidency and let's roll up our sleeves. >> let's continue to work
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together to make sure that san francisco continues to be the beacon of hope and light inform so many people relying on us to make sure that happens thank you and congratulations, everyone. >> (clapping.) >> thank you with that, i see supervisor cowen's name on the board. >> ladies and gentlemen, as we close out want to remember that that a mark of a good statesman and states woman they
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acknowledge when they've made a mistake pubically i want to correct the record people have facebooked me i want to acknowledge i thought that was the first time in history the female board i want to correct the record not the first but the first in a very, very long time okay. i was half right and first recognition 6 women majority in 1981 and recognize in january 1983, 6 and i can't think of 1993, 6 women and 1995 was the last time there was a female majority and today, we're back thank you. >> thank you supervisor cowen.
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>> (clapping.) >> again, thank you all for being here madam clerk, any other business before this commission? >> that concludes our business for today. >> we're adjourned. >> everyone thank you for
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coming out on a beautiful sunny summer afternoon although i guess the first day of winter i'm ed reiskin and this huge interest in low income intersections in san francisco so great to so, so see many of you here to celebrate a accomplishment for making streets of san francisco safer as people know hopefully most people know city leaders in the mayor and board of supervisors and the commissions as well as stakeholders decided 3 years ago
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no longer tolerant and accept that people will die as they try to get around san francisco so we adapted vision zero back in 2014 to eliminate traffic fatality by 2024 a number of ways we are work toward to goals and with an is redesign the streets to make them safer for all road users we're doing that in all vision zero using date to drive us to where we can make the most impacts and when it comes to the streets we know from research by the department of health that a small amount of our streets 12 percent of our corridors and intersection are responsible for more than 70 percent i have our facility collisions where we are standing lights up on the map of san francisco the unfortunate
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location for people are gotten seriously hurt or killed trying to get around san francisco police department that's why that is the treatment the first of its kind protected intersections we wouldn't be here without the leadership of mayor ed lee the support of board of supervisors, i want to acknowledge jane kim it's r he's been a strong supporter of the streets a great work by the department of public works to help design and implement just kind of work and strong advocacy from folks like the san francisco bicycle coalition to pursue us that's why ear here wouldn't have been possible without the the leadership of city hall is please help me welcome mayor ed lee. >> (clapping.) >> thank you ed reiskin and thank you to the mta for working closely with many agencies to
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put the city's very first protected intersection together and to see how this role can help safety been the premium policy for the streets so thank you to the bicycle coalition, public works and walk sf and livable city working with our city agrees as well right here in a z inspector duffy, see the craft above you on the streets everyone using walking and bicyclists in particular intersection we have now to the data we have done prior to this change documented over 2 hundred people ride there to intersection to get to work that's as a an invaluable piece
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of data at the looked at the accident data the fatality date to inform us this was an important intersection to make that change so hopefully everyone driving a vehicle will appreciate pleasant users for this inspector, next item. >> people using different modes of transportation from walking and biking that's why that intersection was designed in. >> way in which of the turns or more safer and slowed down and that the need to have much more alert of everybody users the intersection will be appreciated by that design i want to congratulate everyone for doing this because that will be a good test how integrated most transportation will work in a urban city like san francisco i appreciate the design here
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i want to allow it to really flower to if we have data that informs us on challenging intersection we'll do those kind of safer ways to get everyone to appreciate the multiple you used going on i see tom livable city is here an advocate along with the coalition i'm here to more than obvious to support in effort in getting to vision zero and make sure that every project we identify regardless of whether we put a ballot measure if pass we're trying to make that happen no matter what we're committed to making vision zero and reality in the next few years and need to work with everybody thank you for cooperating and make sure we're always doing the right thing and add my thanks to supervisor kim
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not here but a strong advocate for this to happen thanks. >> (clapping.) >> thank you, mr. mayor the mayor mentioned the design of this intersection is being unique and design as the mayor said to slow down people and improve the visibility no matter how you're coming out or the mode you can see each other and reduces the conflict this unique design was the first for us in san francisco it is relatively new in the united states though it's a been designed used elsewhere in the world a lot close work between our agency and public works we the mta staff do the preliminary kind of the comprehensible and engagement them with the engineers over at the public works that is new to the design
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and public works contractors come in and do the physical work and the sfmta folks come in and that but in the stripping and the so forth a collaborative effort and mayor ed lee directed all city agencies to work together in a coordinated way to get the improvements done i want acknowledge of the sfmta our livable city section is here and mike one of the explosive wife designers and crews coordinating with public works and the sign shops to get those projects a lot of folks work together and the public works grateful to have a strong partnership want to welcome our public works director mohammed nuru. >> (clapping.) >> thank you e line e ed and thank you, mayor ed lee since 2011 when we passed the
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road bond we really had quite a few a number of opportunities role to improve how people move around san francisco and seen more people bicycling and walking around the city our agency has been working closely with the bicycle coalition and sf works really to make it easily for people to get around the city as you heard from the mayor and ed this is a critical spot that is an intersection where people connect to various neighborhood and market to downtown or up to the castro or towards the financial district our designers work and this is the first protected zone that we are rolling out there will be several and as you can see light areas for people that can feel safe when we cross the street and making that easier for people that are using this and
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so we've very, very happy to be part of the design you know it is what san francisco needs at that time more people are walking bicycling and our agency will continue to make our city safe we are a big supporter of vision zero policy and we'll continue to doing everything we can to make our city wonderful and more enjoyable for everyone temperatures. >> thank you, mohammed and the contractors to make that possible and all the leadership and is coordination from within city hall the real benefit of what is different vision zero is a community partnership with the city it is not just the city but our community groups it is the coalition of dozens of groups close recognizey and neighborhoods and business groups coming together to support vision zero and one of
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the lead voices particularly when it comes to bike safety it the san francisco bicycle coalition at the they've been relentless for safety and pushing us to do more faster and better and that's pressure that stays on us everyday helps us to get this done we appreciate the leadership and the pressure from the bicycle coalition and we're glad to be joined by executive director bryan. >> thanks ed. >> thank you ed reiskin and mohammed nuru and thank you, mayor ed lee for your living room in adopting the safety improvements that will make our streets safer and help us to chief /* achieve it. >> this will help to reduce the casinos of night vision and
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hopefully that will be embarrassed in other corridors across the city i want to applaud the staff of the sfmta so for grace's new ideas and xernts and looking forward to hearing from people that walk and bike and drive and seeing that feedback incorporated to the design i know many of the members of the bicycle coalition have excited about the redesign and it is working beautifully and the cars are making the right turns that slowing down behind you he before the redesign of this intersection cars with speed there and try to get across the bike lanes so we need more complete streets
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projects to protect and design and build xroiz for the health and safety of everyone that walks and drives with geneva and so the streets approaching the redesign protection should be considered along 80s coordinate in order to help the city improve the street safety and achieve vision zero. >> thanks bryan and as bryan said gathering we'll be feedback from people that bike through the z that walk and drive through it and as the mayor said we'll be doing an evaluation to see what is working and not and other parts of city finally i want to acknowledge the 0 folks out here with the jack hammers powerfully concrete and from a
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construction were the ones that were contracted to do this around the city and want to give them a shout out this project and many others and the other contractors that work with side benefit of all that work we're trading jobs for san francisco businesses that's it we look forward to seeing how this works and it seems to be working as designed works well and safely i hope to keep that that way everyone of the fatality collisions we hear and read about through throughout the year tragic and every one of them is preventable that is to help to prevent them along with educating people when the laws and about how to get around town safely and changing the laws but
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that work is important we can get to zero with projects like this thanks very much we appreciate everyone coming out
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sustainable future . >> san francisco streets and puffs make up 25 percent of cities e city's land area more than all the parks combined they're far two wide and have large flight area the pavement to parks is to test the variants by ininexpensive changing did new open spaces the city made up of streets in you think about the potential of having this space for a purpose it is demands for the best for bikes and families to gather. >> through a collaborative effort with the department we
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the public works and the municipal transportation agency pavement to parks is bringing initiative ideas to our streets. >> so the face of the street is the core of our program we have in the public right-of-way meaning streets that can have areas perpetrated for something else. >> i'm here with john francis pavement to parks manager and this parklet on van ness street first of all, what is a parklet and part of pavement to parks program basically an expense of the walk in a public realm for people to hang anti nor a urban acceptable space for people to use. >> parklets sponsors have to apply to be considered for the program but they come to us you know saying we want to do this and create a new space on our street
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it is a community driven program. >> the program goes beyond just parklets vacant lots and other spaces are converted we're here at playland on 43 this is place is cool with loots things to do and plenty of space to play so we came up with that idea to revitalizations this underutilized yard by going to the community and what they said want to see here we saw that everybody wants to see everything to we want this to be a space for everyone. >> yeah. >> we partnered with the pavement to parks program and so we had the contract for building 236 blot community garden
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it start with a lot of jacuzzi hammers and bulldozer and now the point we're planting trees and flowers we have basketball courts there is so much to do here. >> there's a very full program that they simply joy that and meet the community and friends and about be about the lighter side of city people are more engaged not just the customers. >> with the help of community pavement to parks is reimagining the potential of our student streets if you want more information visit them as the pavement to parks or contact pavement to parks at sfgovtv.org
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>>[gavel] >> >> good afternoon everyone. this meeting will come to order to this a regular meeting for the land-use and transportation committee. supervisor cohen chairman of the committee and to my right, the supervisor aaron hasz. our clerk is ms. alisa samara and i like to think sfgov tv for broad casting this meeting on our behalf.

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