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tv   BOS Replay Public Safety Committee  SFGTV  March 8, 2017 8:00pm-10:16pm PST

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>> commissioner we are back on record in open session and you still have a quorum. >> thank you to a motion with reference to disclosure regarding closed session? >> so moved. >> second. >> please call next why don't >> >> item number nine a german >> is there a motion? >> so moved. >> second. >> the meeting is adjourned. thank you everybody. >>[gavel] >>[adjournment] >> >> >> hi
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left right halt i had a burning doorway to do the right thing and join the department such this we my brother applied and fortunately we'll here and this means a lot i'm home everyone night to study
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and we workout together and it is a blessing i have a brother to go home and fed off of one another we're the twins but pretty much we're not treated and individuals sometimes treated as a item if he did something wrong they use the word instead of you the it heroism we're going our our separate ways and good morning our own individuals middle of steadfastly a twin all the it but inside of the district i've seen negative and positive things and with that made me want to be a police officer i want to give back and do public serve always a class president i dealt with everyone and served my class not only be humble
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enough to serve my class and pierce being a squad leader is a responsibility of maintaining my squad and being that voraciously person i need to step up to the challenge i believe during the 8 months i fulfilled any dude and after graduation just be a good officer to learn the skill and profession and give to the community to give the best to them and be a helpful hand that's the main thing and the new people coming into the did not know why you're doing it join the department for the right reason and do it to help the community and it is sharing you're time when you get into the department do is commented to the craft and enjoy it along the way enjoy it along the way i encourage you to talk about over
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with our families and talk 2 over with yourselves ultimately you'll do the job and find a senseably reason for doing it after the hard work everyday for 8 months straight and finally it pays off and you know as honey honor and privilege not anyone can do this job i look forward to getting often the street and learning and hit the ground running it will be a surreal moment day one i thought months here but sat down me and my brother talked about it and we're on the right track and stay focused and walking tloo across the stage is a huge hono
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>> (clapping.) >> well good morning and thank you all for being here i'm ed reiskin the director of transportation and can't tell
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you how existed and speak on behalf of everybody here to be at this milestone after many years somewhat our decades ever planning to break ground on a transformative project for one of the city's anyhow unique and special streets i - there is a way this works folks without whom we wouldn't be here i'll give an opportunity to speak and afterwards go out and literally 0 break ground i want to acknowledge folks not speaking i'm not sure they're here by representatives from nancy pelosi's office and senator harris and there was a lot of work to be done at the freshen over the years and leader pelosi in particular was
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a huge comment thank her and stare half and at the state level hearing from the state a strong will be afforded when the item is reached in the meeting with the transportation and our legislatures want to acknowledge supervisor chiu and supervisor scott wiener and a lot of folks made that happen but really the lead for this project has came into from right here in san francisco and one of the hallmarks of our mayor has been to forge collaboration amongst city agencies within the government and with the community and because of complexity of that project there were probably a dozen city agencies and newcomers state agency and the federal government as well as important stakeholders including some of the ones that occupy the building around where we're
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standing it took that kind of collaboration in other words, to get to this point i want to start off by introducing the mayor of san francisco mayor ed lee. >> (clapping.) >> thank you ed reiskin good morning, everybody. welcome to the groundbreaking of our van ness corridor bus rapid transit i want to say thank you to everyone on stage and offstage since 2003 with the prop k been working hard to get this project done well and right a lot of community groups thank you, again to the mta to the commissioners, staff, who working hard to get a lot of views settled but our county transportation agencies and state and federal partners that
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are part of funding and vision zero of of this our regional mta as well because the state road we're still on a lot of people here talking today and i've been told in no uncertain terms to keep my remarks under two minutes i'll let them talk about all the benefits of bus rapid transit and all the advantages as a city what i'm also exciting to talk about is that we're going to have better lighting along this wonderful avenue closing in the very lengthy distance for people to cross better lighting, better walk abilities more bounce on the street will be improvements i think that people living and walker users this corridor will have a great benefit but also
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existed to say as your formerly c p w infrastructure person in the city excited to see four more miles of water sewer piping underneath more miles of sewer and stormwater pipelines underneath they won't leak nor break they'll be new 2000 new feet of our auxiliary water system been also underneath this is try infrastructure and i think i'm making a point that is when we tear up the roads and side medium and do all the traffic relayed improvements we're now improving as a city while we're there let's take care of what is underneath we never do the that in the past
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i've not seen an vastly improved and safer avenue an avenue that serves thousands of people better because of bus rapid transit but all the other smart things we're doing to include and work underneath while we have at the medium and sidewalks opened up that's real progress for a city like san francisco and, yes we'll take that as a thank you with that my two minutes are are up let's get the dirt digging and the project done thank you. >> (clapping.) >> thank you, mr. mayor that is from to have a mayor who was a public works go director not on exciting stop i like hearing the mayor get exist bye about the sewers and other things and the benefits the lighting benefits and go, of course, the traffic and transit benefits a project
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of this scale was don't happen without the locate leadership we're pleased to be joined spy the president of the board of supervisors would grew up not far from the street a great leader and supporter of transit in district 5 and across the city please join me in welcoming president of the board of supervisors london breed. >> (clapping.) >> good morning, everybody. well, i've had the prestige of riding the 47 and 49 along the van ness beyond a reasonable doubt or corridors when i went to galileo high school although the next generation of young people wouldn't use the excuse that muni was late when i did back then we are doing what we can to make sure their arriving
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on time 16 thousand people that use this line gets to work on time and school and get to their designations and that's what this project is about yes, we made mistakes long ago before any any of us were born when we didn't underground the traffic systems that is expensive along the central subway and the bus rapid transit is reliable it is not underground but a way to speed up up the line and based on the initiatives preliminary numbers that will change the travel time by over 32 percent that's big that is big when you rely on muni to get you back and forth every single day to our example work and designation one of the most important projects in the
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city and i can't wait until that happens because it is going to make a huge difference address isly with improvements comes sacrifice so for the next 3 years we'll have sacrifice do send me e-mails complaining when it is done you'll thank us to create something great for the future thank you all so much. >> thank you supervisor president london breed. >> one of our main partners is the community of transportation authority they lead the first phase the planning and get united states to e got us to a
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point they're a strong partner and we're pleased to be joined by now the chair of the transportation authority who during his first couple of terms in office sat at the transportation authority when the project was coming to light please help me welcome chair the ta commission supervisor peskin. >> (clapping.) >> thank you, ed and by way of the history didn't start during my first term in 2000 behind us this was the firebreak from the 1906 san francisco earthquake o
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we're on time and on budget so with little disruption there will be disruption we've been doing a lot of outreach with the community to best manage and
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might mitigate one of the unique aspects of this project as you heard most of us feel like van ness is a san francisco city street that is our street and while that themselves that way technically this is the state highway so the street didn't belong to us this street belongs to the state of california so we're very grateful to have as we do with the federal government a great partner in the state government maneuvered in the leadership of the district 4 director of caltrans who with his staff we work closely at the levels of detail to make sure that design will work for the state highway so i want to thank him and his staff for the great work and please join me in welcoming for caltra
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caltrans. >> thank you, ed good morning mayor and supervisors and distinguished guests and agencies and staff and members of the public it is a pleasure to be here today to join all of you as we break ground for the first brt project in san francisco we've been wanting to reach this milling and reaching this point in the project is reflective of the tireless work for the federal and state and redeeming level those who had the vision for the project those who helped fund it can and the great staff of all agencies that naektd in through the maze of approval necessary for us to reach this point as was stated earlier van ness project brt utilities the dedicated places
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separated from the paragraph on the u.s. 101 will be used by muni and golden gate transit route 101 and then van ness is a regional important route serving 45 thousand people driving on this road everyday and helps navigate those people from the peninsula to the south side and to the north and also obviously the main street in the city of san francisco lined with mixed use and other mixed use spaces that will enhance the traffic separation within the two mile corridor that will separate transit from auto and stations between traffic times reduces the delays and increase the ridership and improve the safety and increase the transit reliability on behalf of caltrans we thank you for inviting us to be here to
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celebrate 24 event this project when completed will make van ness more important to these who will use it more efficient and sustainable transit system moving more people and helping to improve the quality of life of the residents for this great city i'd like to recognize and thank all the agencies staff that working hard on this project to deliver this and especially i'd like to thank my staff another caltrans can i see all caltrans people stand up please and be recognized. >> (clapping.) >> as ed said you'll all the agencies working hard to solve the problems and the issues that were raised to us and the development of the project congratulations to the city and let this project get started thank you thank you so from federal so
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state to local that the partnership is expensive one throughout the many government agencies as mentioned but again really the led agency that gave birth to the project really got the process going back in the 2000 was the community transport authority they lead the initial planning and our as the chair said a funder of the this project we're pleased to be joined by the executive director of transportation authority tilly chang. >> (clapping.) >> good morning, everyone sew so much and ed and for all of you for being here on this happy day mayor ed lee, supervisors and director brinkman and -- excuse-me. supervisor peskin thank you for mentioning the state and local partnership the
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whole vision we've had to transform this street that deserves a great transportation design here we are can you believe that congratulations to you this is a team in the region and the state and the federal government that will build the first full featured brt line in san francisco the van ness corridors improvement project is going to do nothing less than transform this corridor into a world-class complete street and a model nation wide and in the world and sets standards of fast reliable trait for muni our vision was codified by voters in 2003 when they approved the citywide rapid transit buses that turned into this as long as and muni forward approved by 75 percent of voters thank you to the transportation bond and prop a and prop b and thank you for
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your support for great transit and transportation in the city local funds in fact, comprise a walk e whooping 52 percent 52 percent are we're so grateful for the federal transit administration for the $75 million for the caltrans providing active transportation and highway maintenance and operation fund but 52 percent local providers through the transportation measures as well as the puc are really the anchor the anchor for the project and the support and the trust they've pla they've placed i want to recognize the team the cac the advisory committee that convenes 27 times to offer 6 years thank you so much i'll not name you but cross 4 district thank you.
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please give them a hand that work is led with the advisory committee and any group providing that important outreach and input into the project a including the business advisory committee all over the place thank you candice and your communication team for leading that vertebrae robust outreach we want to thank, of course, the board members of the agencies past generations to the point they guide the work as well our staff director reiskin thank you for your partnership and the puc and mohammed nuru and director kelly and john haley the city traffic engineer and others working with teams with the staff on district 4 we had endless discussions many debates buses also including the collaboration go compromise in
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some cases it came down to interest is that; right? and speaking of the p.m. the project managers peter where are you. >> (clapping.) >> you're our hero. >> thank you for your leadership and ♪ phase and the prior phase working with bob and sherry and others michael and rachel you lead the project design and development for the past 10 years and the team that peter and others assembled you'll take us into the future thank you for your consideration and in and the robust design for the construction effort going forward for future generations to come >> thank you, tilly if we
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tried to acknowledge all the folks that put their blood, sweat, and tears we could be here all day truly so many people from the agencies that have worked hard to get us to where we are one that is worthy mentioning jose was someone i remember mohammed and i went up to sacramento he did a lot of work in his tenure and acknowledge him as well and lots of folks go no longer with the city or state of federal government had a hand in that within our agency not a part of the organization that was not part of this from the traffic engineers to the finance folks communications assessable services, safety, of course,
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traffic folks an incredibly strong team effort working across the agencies water and sewer and puc the great planning and financial folks at the transportation authority, the arts commission not too many city agencies have not touched this project and ultimately with all that good work it came down to the sfmta disorderly conduct to put together this funding and approve the project after that the environmental document was finalized wouldn't have been possible without the without sfmta and i see a couple members of the board (calling names) and currently now under the great leadership of the chair of
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the board of sfmta please join me in welcoming cheryl brinkman thank you, thank you i'm excited this project includes the benefits for all road users and practice the goals of sfmta transit we're helping not only muni but go not only golden gate riders as well as this project will improve both frequency and reliability for all the transit users for people walking we'll have safer and friendly streets to achieve a citywide vision zero goal at circulations improvements and smoother pavement there is a high need for this project not only the 16 thousand muni riders that supervisor president london breed references but 8 house golden gate riders use that with 24 development coming online
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those riders will be joined with people on foot and on buses thank you all very much. >> (clapping.) >> thank you cheryl brinkman the shoves shovels are being sharpened but thank you to my partner in the streets of san francisco our public works director to say a few words they're the partner in delivering projects there are unique aspects of working with the public works support we're using a unique mechanism it is called the contract approach different than your typical lump sum low cost build public works has had a lot of experience with this bringing to our support that experience for this long
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horizontal project as well as great design support and support in many ways please help me welcome the director of the department public works mohammed nuru. >> thank you. >> (clapping.) >> ed and thank you for your speakers as you can see are true testimony on everybody working together to make a project come through and in public works how rare do we get an opportunity to do a lot of things it in one project new sewer lines and water and bus platforms but also the beauty of project it's the landscaping the sidewalks and the adu the connections from the ramps all making one cool project so many people with the design especially i want to thank caltrans it is their highway and all the agreements and new york city and the possible words we had to do yes
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louis was instrumental i remember one day at 4 o'clock in the morning we went to sacramento and fighting over just to make that project come through today is a reality we're already started the work i'm excited and happy that the project is moving forward it is going to make a huge difference and commissioner london breed made that clear it is a different time our city is growing we need accommodate the growth from public works i want to thank our engineering staff (calling names) they've been on the project making sure that everything is happening because some of the work and from the landscape team (calling names) they have been part of landscape will be new trees and new plants
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night connection itself when you walk or ride you're bicycle so we appreciate all that and for the environmental compliance and everyone that worked hard to make that project it is a great example of rapid transit and it is first here in the bay area i'm excited about it, too so thank you very much and thank you, everyone. >> (clapping.) >> thanks mohammed when he was talking about agreements what comes with agreements lawyers a lot of legal work with the funding agreement and the permitting i want to announce the city attorney's office a number of firms with the h ac b and others and, of course, our construction general contractor
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will be a public-private effort but kind of last but more for the voice for the community for all this great work and all the great work for all the levels of government this project is not for us but for the people we all serve the people that live and work on the corridor and travel two or more and the corridor those are the beneficiaries of this i mentioned because alcohol, tobacco & firearms scale and complexity we have two advisory committees and a business committee their guidance is important so ultimately it is they are serving we're pleased to have the chair of the citizens advisory committee here to join us please join me in welcoming alex wilson km. >> thank you for the
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construction workers wouldn't have been possible without the group thank you for making this happen i'm a little bit surprised was under the impression 3 van ness was my road in any neighborhood and the voters have you approved this i see that as definitely all our roads when i moved to san francisco in 2009 traveling van ness was a part of route i radioed it and craved critical upgrades to van ness for the major corridors and because it is a part of my neighborhood i wanted more efficient buses and safer sidewalks august's a clear crosswalks and better traffic lanes so the traffic can move for efficiently we're all here today throwing paper because we love and care about our city a city of doers we index what is broken and strive for
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improvements from tech and corporate to the nonprofit we're the epic center of solutions the van ness project is a small example what it means to be a san franciscan to fix and improve by a what is not working our neighborhood will serve as an example to other neighborhood and drivers and pedestrians and businesses and residents me all of us, will benefit from the van ness improvement project our road will be savor your buses will run more efficiently and our pedestrians will have beautiful sidewalks to stroll down as a neighbor i look forward to more trans investigating van ness i look forward to the journey thank you very much. >> (clapping.) >> thank you alex's and thank you for the correction the state owns the street but the streets belong to the people of san francisco and the people of california that's a good
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reminder we're ready now if you didn't get a goody bag grab one ask the folks the leaders to dawn their helmets we'll move and break ground ready set go. >> okay. >> ready get set, let's get to work. >> yeah. >> >> (clapping.) >> let the work begin thank you,
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>> good afternoon, folks, this
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meeting will come to order. welcome to the march 8, 2017 regular meeting to have rules committee. i'm supervisor ahsha safai, chair of the committee, to my right is vice chair sandra lee fewer, supervisor, and on his way is supervisor norman yee, our clerk today is victor young, i'd ams like to thank jaok key larson and andy at sfgtv for staffing this meeting. do you have any announcements. >> please silence owl cell phone and is electronic devices, any documents to be included as part of the file should be submit today the clerk, items will appear on the march 14th supervisor agenda, eat ining the public gallery is not permitted. >> thank you, mr. clerk, please
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call the first three items together. >> yes, item number 1, motion confirming/reject thing mayor's reappointment of miguel bustos to the successor agency commission for the unexpired portion of a four year term. number 2, motion confirming, reject thing mayor's reappointment of leah pimentel to to suck soesz sore agency commission. number 3, motion con firing, rejecting the mayor's reappointment of darshan singh to the successor agency commission. >> let's hear from our first mayor appointee, mr. bustos, welcome, commissioners, please proceed. >> members to have committee, thank you so much for the opportunity to come before you, my name is miguel bustos, i've been serving on oci for a few years now. born and raised here in san
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francisco and the per specie that i've brought, at least tried to bring to the oci commission has been one about how can we make it work for real people, where's the win, win, win, and i think we've done that successfully. building a lot of affordable housing units, making sure that the devis gained and it happens
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when you have local people
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working on these buildings. so, i'm glad to say my dad worked on the transamerica building, pier 39, so we want the same thing for other residents of this city to be able to look to these developments within the ocii jurisdiction to say you know waxer i helped build that, not only i helped build it but i'm also living in it so we make it affordable for people from this city, certificate of preference has been a huge deal for us, something we've been pushing staff almost -- probably working too hard, pushing them to make sure we have people who have their certificate of preference to come back into their communities. i would be happy to answer any questions. >> thank you, commissioner bustos, colleague es, any questions for commissioner bustos. seeing none, let's hear from our next appointee,
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commissioner leah pimentel. >> you know, i'm noticing -- no, i withdraw, thank you. >> okay, thank you. commissioner pimentel, thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors, i've been serving on ocii for the past year, i'm a third generation from the bayview and i was able to help one of the community members who would have been displaced if it was not for ocii's development. i was able to help her understand that she was a seasonal worker at the san francisco giants and by working with her to understand the rules, she was able to get into one of the developments on forestry and stay if san francisco with her family. it has been a graelt opportunity to really put the perception of a parent and a working parent when we're meeting with the developers so that they can see what it means
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for parking for working class families and the disabled and seniors and the importance to prioritize their parking so that they have accessibility in their neighborhood, also making sure that the community benefit from the legacy foundation are really there to help the community as well. thank you. >> thank you, commissioner, colleagues, any questions for commissioner pimentel? seeing none, let's call up the next commissioner, commissioner darshan singh. >> thank you, commissioner. >> thank you, i was honored by the mayor and i will finish a
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project at naul [inaudible], especially i'm proud of mission bay, it was started in 97 and that was the largest employer after the city, and we did -- also i took part in [inaudible] and south beach and you know the project area at hundred's point, i look forward to your support. >> thank you, commissioner, i think you have been on the commission -- please stay up there for a second, colleagues, any quick questions for commissioner singh, i know you've been on the commission from 1995. >> yes. >> so, you have the i o*f see thing city over the past 25 years, what do you think has been one of the most important aspects of your role on the commission? >> say it again. >> what has been one of the most important aspects --
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>> actually, i'm very proud about the mission bay, it was started in 97, and the mayor brown said that we don't want to let this goe, all of the study, they were offered [inaudible] in alameda and brisbane and they needed about 30 acres and we tried very hard to get that from [inaudible] corporation and some was from the towns bay, not -- you know, caltrans of some land so we gave them land and i'm very proud of that. >> okay, thank you, commissioner, colleagues, any questions for commissioner singh? great. are there any members of the public that would like to comment on the first three item, please come up and comment, please. >> good afternoon, supervisors
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and congratulations on your selections. my name is bill barn cal and i'm the founding board member of the outer sunset professional organization and veteran affairs for county and city of san francisco, i hope we can reappoint darshan singh, he will be the longest standing commissioner in the history of city and count di of san francisco, i've done dar singh for nearly 30 years, he's been president of my association and is currently director of my negotiation for over 40 eases, he has been the district of the [inaudible] merchants and is the chairperson for the department of corrections which is appointed by the governor and i believe this is his second or third term, in my 65 years, you seldom find individuals like darshan, i have respect for him. the [inaudible] our core values
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are integrity first, excellence if all we do and serve before thy self, sbekt is the highest moral standards, excellence in all we do, dar is a perfectionist and dar has been serving the community for over 50 years, so what better three words the describe dar, lastly, i would be remiss not to mention olivia, the whole saying is behind every man, there is a good woman, and behind every good woman, there's a good man so, let's reappoint dar and make history. thank you. >> thank you, next speaker, just a reminder, each speaker has two minutes, if you can please state your name into the record, thank you. >> my name is steven cornell, a resident of district 7 and i have a business in district 3. i have known dar singh through the council district merchants for over 30 years. we highly respect dar, one thing good about him and what's god for the city is he used to
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be our president, he's still on our board of directors, he faithfully come tos all of our meetings and is a part of it, he knows what's going on in the small business community in san francisco and can represent us well, so i hope you will reappoint him, it will be a good thing for all of us in the city. >> thank you, next speaker. >> my name is gwen kaplan, i'm a small business own ner the northeast mission association area and i met dar originally through the council of district merchants. he is a model for me of how to be a productive and honest member of the council of district merchants, i have followed his career ever since i've known him and i would just be delighted to have him reappoint. thank you.
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>> thank you, next speaker. >> henry [inaudible], san francisco council of district merchants association, i've known dar for many, many years back in the days of redevelopment when i sat on the south of mashlgt project area committee for some ten years and dar was on the redevelopment agency, and dar's someone who really cares abwhere the money goes, through projects that he would not approve unless he thought they were for the benefit of the community. he really is an excellent person to be on the commission and i strongly urge you to reappoint him to that, again, as one of the other speakers said, he always comes to the council meetings and he's a very dedicated person and he never misses a meeting, he's always there, and i want to say miguel bustos and leah pimentel, i also hope you will
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reappoint them, they're wonderful people. >> any other member of the comment would like to comment on items 1-3, please come forward and state your name. >> my name is anglo king, how are you? i would like to say it's very important our brand -- i ran here to support mr. singh, it's important to have institutional memory on these appointments because sometimes you need to know the whole picture, with the dismants ling of redwoment and what was left, sometimes people don't recall what was the point of it all from curing blight to getting businesses started to the kind of economic development that needs to happen, these things are always remembered, not only that, every time i see mr. singh, any time i see him anywhere, first thing he'll say is how is your family, how is your business, what do you need out here, he's
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an excellent public servant and a credit to government and i'm here because i think theses the kind of person that needs to represent the city especially in these kind of matters to make sure parts of san francisco get the same kind of economic benefit that the rest of san francisco has and that it's spread out equitably including the people bho were impacted when they didn't get to share in the first round of san francisco [inaudible] and you can only think like that when you have an institutional memory that lasts only four years so i'm here to support mr. singh as well as some of the other commissioners but red took off of work to support this man because he's always in the corner of people to try to benefit these neighborhoods. >> thank you, mr. king, any other members that wish to comment on items 1-3? >> chester williams, hp unity from the bayview area and i'm