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technology, we have really retrogressed as it relates to food. i believe that the industry will take note of this. i don't care how much they say it is san francisco, they are crazy, it is doesn't matter. they are going to take notice of this. there will be elected officials who will be taking action based upon to this legislation and they will step forward and say that they will take a stand. that is the biggest issue. i want to encourage these major stakeholders to act now. i don't want to wait for the first lady and some efforts that are being fought bitterly by the industry trying to hedge and limit what may happen, i think that we can take a bold move here and say, you know what, you
need to think about the fact that if you can market -- think about the fact that you can market whole wheat products and carrots. there has not been a real incentives for this industry to do that. i think that this legislation in a small appropriate weight is a step to say that you need to do things differently. -- i think that this legislation in a small appropriate way is a step. i know i move around some things but i am not changing on this issue. i am supporting it. thank you. [applause] >> any additional discussion?
a roll call vote on this item as amendment -- as amended. >> aye. >> no. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> no. >> aye. >> aye. >> no. >> aye. >> this ordinance is passed on the first reading. [applause] >> can you please call item 20, 25, 26. these are in reference to the bonds responding to the earthquake. >> item 22, a corporate and $85
million of the earthquake safety and emergency response general obligation bond for the department of public works and the public to his commission for the necessary repairs and seismic improvements in order to better prepare san francisco for a major earthquake or natural disaster. item number 25 is the issuance of general bonds not to exceed $412 million. item 26, an earthquake safety and emergency response bonds. >> can we have a roll call vote? >> >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye.
>> aye. >> aye. >> those ordinances are passed on the first reading. item 21. >> item 21, ordinance waiving the street encroachment permit inspection fee established through the public works code. >> same house, same call? the motion passes. item 22. >> item 22 is to accept and expend a grant, the probation specialize supervision program an amendment to the annual salary. >> same house, same call. the motion passes. >> item 23, ordinance
authorizing the adult probation department to retroactively except and expand a grant in the amount of five and a thousand dollars from the office of justice programs for funding under the second chance at the state. >> we had what i thought was a very robust discussion that has advanced this without any controversy. the important thing to know is that we are piloting two reentry court systems for those who are formally incarcerated and yet being able to get what is more of a specialized and deemed to be more effective system of an adjudicator system with services that can finally tackle the very high recidivism rate in san francisco. this particular grant of $500,000 is to last from approximately two-five years. this is similar to a grand that
has been given to the civil court. we hope that they are effective in reducing and mitigating those offenders who are inclined or prone to repeat their offense. i have traveled twice to sacramento to meet with the department of corrections in trying to lobby with the public defender and others. we are really lobbying for these grants so that san francisco would be the pilot center of what a reentry court looks like. san francisco, this will become a permanent fixture of our system. that is what i'm excited about. thank you. >> thank you, colleagues. can we do this item same house,
same call? without objection. >> item 24, resolution concurring with the human service agencies declaration of emergency to modify the contract between the city and county of san francisco and hamilton family senate to provide emergency elevator repairs to the family shelter in the amount of $180,000. >> same house, same call. the motion passes. >> item 27, a resolution approving the city and county of san francisco 2010 grant application for the united states department of housing and urban development continuum of care programs. >> same house, same call? the resolution is adopted. >> item 28, resolution declaring the intention of the board of
>> ordinance amending the said his gut environmental code repealing the current sections and adopt an unused sections for the gradual reduction and overall number of passenger vehicles and light duty trucks in the city's vehicle fleet by 20%. >> roll-call vote. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> item 30. >> item 30, ordinance amending the planning code and an initiative code by amending the inclusion are affordable housing program.
>> this amends the inflationary housing ordinance and in the wake of the decision from last year, also makes a number of changes to other sections in the planning code. it is came to my attention that there is one section of the planning code that does need conforming changes but was omitted from this legislation. that is section 2 49.33 which references the special u.s. district. i have circulated an amendment to that section to delete the limitation that only 50% of the developer allocation -- can be consistent. i would like to ask us to first adopt this amendment and then is to go back to land use and to the proper notice and procedures so we will have another conversation at that time. >> is that a motion to amend? >> yes.
can we take that? >> : that this -- given that this is within 500 feet of my house, i will have to use the -- i will have to recuse myself. we have a motion to refer this back to land use. >> can we take this without objection? thank you. >> item 31, ordinance amending the planning code to enable the planning commission to
establish car share controls, permit car share spaces, and make sure that the nonresidential uses apply to all zoning districts. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> this ordinances passed on the first reading. >> can you call item 32-34? >> item 32 is an ordinance excepting the or vocable offers of property and improvements -- the iran vocable offers a property -- the irrevocable
offers of property along portions of channel street and third street item 33, excepting the irrevocable offer public infrastructure improvements associated with mission bay self blocks. item 34, ordinance except indian irrevocable offer public infrastructure improvements associated with the storm water pump station. >> same house, same call? the motion passes. item 35. >> item 35, ordinance amending
the san francisco initiative code to increase the number of members of the san francisco medical cabalists -- cannabis task force. >> if proposition 19 does not pass, we will be bringing us back. i would encourage everyone else to dissent next week if proposition 19 fails. >> can we move with a roll call vote at this time? if we can take this same house, same call? item 36. >> item 36, motion confirming the importance of steven lee and natividad ramirez to the san
francisco relocation appeals board. >> same hse, same call. this motion is approved. item number 37. >> item 37, a motion confirming the reappointment of liro king -- leroy king to the san francisco redevelopment agency. >> this motion passes. >> the roll call for introductions. >> i am urging senators boxer and feinstein to support a young man and his efforts to remain in the u.s. by introducing a private bill. he is a 20-year-old city
college student in san francisco. i would like to thank my colleagues supervisor's chiu, campos, and avalos. he thought that he was an average person until immigration and customs enforcement arrived at his home. he was informed that he was ordered removed by an immigration judge. he was 14 years old when he was deported from the west. he had no idea that he was quite documented. immigrants are part of a fabric of our community in san francisco. we need to speak out when their rights are violated. we denounce his deportation and urge senators feinstein and boxer to put forward a private bill on his behalf. he came to the u.s. when he was
12th. for all intents and purposes, he grew up and is part of our society. he aspires to be a nurse. there are many who are the valedictorians, artists, doctors, in the future. we would like to have a moratorium around to supporting this kind of students. thank you so much for supporting this, colleagues. >> thank you, supervisor mar. that concludes will call for introductions. >> and do you want to recall item number 29? >> i have been advised that the city purchaser has asked for two words to be modified in the legislation that we passed. i wondered if we could rescind the vote and go back to that item. >> supervisor dufty has made a
motion to rescind our vote on item number 29. can we do this without objection? >> i want to acknowledge and thank you for your co sponsorship of this measure dealing with vehicles and eliminating polluting vehicles from our fleet and reducing overall the number that we might have. i've received a memorandum from -- and it indicates that the amendment of all whole modifies the proposed definition of purchase in section of 401, page 21, line 1, as follows. currently the language includes the words "rent," or "borrow,"
and under such conditions could not control the vehicle fleet. are you familiar with this? >> i am familiar with the amendments, they are not substantive. >> great. >> supervisor dufty has proposed the amendments as described. without objection, they will be adopted. if we can now vote on the underlying item as amended. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye.
>> this ordinances passed on the first reading as amendment. can we now move to general public comment? >> the next item on the agenda is the opportunity for the public to address the board on up to two minutes on items within the jurisdiction of the board including those items on adoption without reference. some have been committed -- considered by a board committee. speakers and needing assistance will be allowed trysting out of time. if you would like to display a document on the overhead projector, please give the states out and then let us know when we should return to live coverage. >> each will have up to two minutes unless it is being translated into an additional language. >> [speaking foreign language]
i would like to show you some of the newspapers that i have. one went away. they do that and they did whatever they can. mr. president, i'm going to be the first one asking face-to- face to make it now, a significant of honor to give the manager of the giants. i want to see you tomorrow with us to give this lovely team congratulations from all of us. mr. president, it is the time to prove yourself by sharing with us and sharing with the city. i am very glad to see dufty with his daughter sharing with us yesterday outside of city hall.
tomorrow, we have one big -- and our respect to the team. i'm no different than anyone. all of us are happy. do you want to make me happy? show your face tomorrow and give them welcome and congratulations on my behalf and on behalf of all of the city. i talked very loudly to any of one of you to hear my voice. i would like to see you there to tell them welcome back. thank you. >> i think that we will likely be at the celebration. thank you. >> did not accept money from the friends and foundation of the public library. it is no accident that the public library has the
reputation as the most egregious sunshine violator in the city of san francisco. last year, the day tonight free- speech so egregiously that this was given to that at this commission for enforcement. the ethics commission says "the conduct of the library commission falls below the standard of decency, good faith, right action and quietly required of all city officials. there was a time when this would have been considered an outrage, not just a violation of democracy but a violation of the social values of the community that allows us to survive. this is not an anomaly. this is all too typical of the library commission. you know very well the abuses that are unleashed when you allow private forces to raise private money with no accountability.
you pretend you don't buy edu. the library has become a private income stream. privacy is what to the donors expect for their money. you are part of the rip-off. the at this commission will take up the violations for enforcement -- the ethics commission will take up the violations. anyone who cares about democracy and community values means to be there. also, the other part of democracy is voting. today is election day. i want your vote. in fact, voting is making sure that democracy survives, the allies cost more than them -- the lies cost more than the money. >> this is a willie mays card
from 1971. last night was so loud i could not sleep for anything because -- [singing] last night, they were high as a kite. they were dancing in the moonlight dancing in the moonlight, they were feeling really right it is the giants tied and they were dancing deep into the night they are going to see the light they will not bar, they will not buy it and they will keep things right, they will be dancing into the moonlight -- they will not bark, they will not bite.
let's dance, let's shout, shake your body down to the ground. night and day, they will party this is the only way we are going to celebrate we are the champions and we will keep on fighting today we are the champions new -- no time for losers, we are the city world champions of the world' [applause]
>> hard to follow that. i am charlie walker. i am here to talk to about the problem on selected then the mission. these contractors and the human rights commission have created an atmosphere that these the contras come to san francisco and they only pay truckdrivers $65 an hour. that is for tractor and trailer. the truckers would like to go on strike after a meeting last week because of the human rights commission. these are all african-american truckers by and large. i have had this trouble over the years. something needs to be done