minutes. >> hello, brenda lynch and i wasn't here for this but i would like to respectfully suggest that lafco include not only sorely needed data analysis and recommendations for the board of supervisors, but also suggestions for positions that both the city attorney and the board can take to the city of san francisco's position at the state p.u.c. and other state agencies. as we know the state p.u.c. has circumscribed the city's ability to really deal with this problem, but there will be a new change and transitions at the. u.c. so perhaps with good data analysis and actions by this board and the recommendations, for instance, what the city's attorney should be at the state p.u.c. and other health and other agencies you could get a broader impact within the next year. >> supervisor fewer: thank you, thank you for joining us. yes, mr. brooks. >> yes, hello again, eric brooks. this time speaking on behalf of our city of san francisco and the san francisco green party. first, i would reiterate everything that miss lynch just said, and getting our input on the state level is crucial.