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because we didn't translate my short message before. >> i just want to say i want to welcome everyone to the event. >> we have folks in visitation valley only talking with visitation valley. we have folks in bayview again only talking in a very small corridor of 3rd straight and the merchant corridor. we don't have people talking to the hill merchant association, doing patch. all these fragrmented conversations are happening, largely talking about the same thing, crime, keeping the streets clean, supporting sbaubs. that is something i made a concerted effort on the campaign to build bridges. >> along third street, dog patch, and everyone along the cord door has the same
complaint. >> i have the same complaint. >> we have the third street merchant corridor and an opportunity to revite lies what i consider to be the main artery of the business district. it is a pretty long street. there is a lot of opportunity there. let's not squander that. when we recruit businesses, we want it to be a healthy mix that reflects the cultural history of the southeast part of the city. we are all human, and how to connect with that human spirit, whether you are in public housing, own your own property, or if your asian, african-american, male or female, we are really a community. when we start to realize and move in the direction of being humans and having this human experience and connecting together, really if you will, being each other's keeper, then san francisco really begins to continue to thrive.
supervisor chiu: good afternoon. welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors meeting of tuesday, june 28, 2011. please call the roll. >> avalos present. campos present. chiu present. chu present. cohen present. elsbernd present. farrell present. kim present. mar present. mirkarimi present. wiener present. mr. president, all members are present. supervisor chiu: thank you. ladies and gentlemen, could you please join me in the pledge of allegiance?
madam clerk, are there any communications? >> i have no communications. supervisor chiu: if you could read the consent agenda, items one through 30. >> these items will be acted upon by a single roll call vote unless a member requests discussion of and matter. it shall be removed and considered separately. supervisor chiu: would anyone like to sever any items? roll-call vote please. >> on items one through 30, mar aye. aye. avalos aye. campos aye. chiu aye. chu aye. cohen aye. elsbernd aye. farrell aye. kim aye. there are 11 ayes. supervisor chiu: those ordinances are passed. items 31 through 33. >> item 31 is a motion
affirming the determination by the planning department at the at&t network like speed upgrade project is exempt from environmental review. item 32 is an upgrade on the project. item 33 is a motion directing the clerk to prepare finings reversing the exemption determination. supervisor wiener: i am becoming the king of at&t. about a month ago, called a hearing on the better streets plan and held that the departments are coordinating with regard to the plan with regard to the impact on the sidewalks making sure we have a full understanding of how the process works. i believe that hearing should occur before we take a final vote on the item. not that the hearing will be about the at&t boxes. it is not, but it is about the surface mounted utility order, which has been the source of
some confusion during our deliberations. because of the budget process, several land use committee meetings were cancelled, so the first available date was monday july 11 when the hearing will occur. as a result, i move to continue items 31, 32, and 33 until the july 19 board meeting. supervisor chiu: supervisor wiener made a motion to continue these three items. colleagues, can we take that without objection? these items will be continued to the 19th of july. items 34 and 35. >> 34 is the interim annual salary ordinance enumerating positions in the annual budget for fiscal years ending june 30, 2012 and 2013 for enterprise departments. 35, interim consolidated budget an annual appropriation ordinance for all estimated receipts appropriations for fiscal years 2012 and 2013 for the enterprise departments.
supervisor chiu: can we take these items same house, same call? these ordinances are finally passed. 36. >> item 36 is an ordinance adopted and implemented of men and four to the 2007-2013 memorandum of understanding between the city and firefighters local 798 unit 1. supervisor chiu: i understand we have to excuse supervisor chu. without objection, she is excuse. roll call vote. >> on item 36, mar aye. . mirkarimi aye. wiener aye. avalos aye. campos aye. chiu aye. cohen aye. elsbernd aye. farrell aye. kim aye. there are 10 ayes. supervisor chiu: the ordinance
is finally passed. >> item 37, ordinance adopted and implemented amendment 5 to the one -- 2006-2012 memorandum of understanding between the city and county of san for disco and the municipal executives association. supervisor chiu: we have a motion to excuse supervisor elsbernd. without objection, he shall be excused. >> on item 37, mar aye. mirkarimi aye. wiener aye. avalos aye. campos aye. chiu aye. chu aye. cohen aye. farrell aye. kim aye. there are 10 ayes. supervisor chiu: this ordinance is finally passed. >> item 38 is from the land use and economic development committee without recommendation. an ordinance amending the planning took to establish the presidio-setter special use
district for property located at 800 presidio ave. supervisor mirkarimi: thank you, mr. president. i want to thank supervisor farrell for his leadership in this community and helping try to strike the right balance. last week, it should not be lost on any of us that it was an extraordinary discussion because the first time the board had entertained both an appeal on a cu and eir and special east district all at the same time period has not happened in all the years i have been here. to the effect of why i have spoke out when i was surprised to learn about the jim usage. i have had now a fair amount of meetings with booker t.. i have stressed that i think it is important that the gymnasium, which is private, be a community asset and be retained for community asset as much as possible in that of the hours
that have been testified of nearly 700 that would be used for one private institution, it is actually up to 2000 hours that would be used for those to be able to read it out, giving a remainder nearly 3000 hours, potentially, for public usage. all i want to say is please, to booker t. and the surrounding community, to do the best they can to make sure that does remain a community asset, which is part of the spirit of why i wanted to also help champion this particular legislation. thank you. supervisor chiu: colleagues, roll call vote. >> mar aye. mirkarimi aye. wiener aye. avalos aye. campos aye. chiu aye. chu aye. -- chu no. cohen aye. elsbernd aye. farrell no.
kim aye. 9 ayes. two no. supervisor chiu: these ordinances are finally passed. 39 through 41. >> 39 is an ordinance amending the general plan by amending the executive park subarea plan of the bayview hunters point area plan. 40, ordinance amending the planning code to establish the executive park special use district and establish permit review procedures. item 41 is an ordinance amending the zoning map regarding the executive park sub-areas plan. supervisor cohen: good afternoon, colleagues. has been long in the works, the proposed the second part plan and the amendments will ultimately complete the transition of an outdated suburban office park setting into a new mixed-use residential neighborhood. these planning codes, zoning map, and general map amendments
will usher in a new date for the southwest portion of executive park, which will forever transformed this particular corner of san francisco. this plan has had to wait for many things, including the redesign, regional studies, and for other planning efforts to occur, but after much work by the community and city staff, the items before you today are for our consideration. thank you to my colleagues on the land use committee for several robust hearings on this project, and ask for your support. thank you, mr. president. supervisor chiu: colleagues, roll-call vote. >> on items 39 through 41. mar aye. mirkarimi aye. wiener aye. avalos aye. campos aye. chiu aye. chu aye. cohen aye. elsbernd aye.
farrell aye. kim aye. there are 11 ayes. supervisor chiu: these ordinances are passed on first reading. why don't skip across our 3:00 and gridlock 30 special orders and move to item 46. >> items 46 and 47 were considered by the rules committee and were forwarded as committee reports. 46 is a motion appointing three members to the redistricting task force. supervisor chiu: discussion? supervisor kim. supervisor kim: thank you. as you know, this is a task force that has been much talk about in the past and is something that will shape the future of the board of supervisors over the next 10 years. we have recommended three individuals out of, i believe,
over 23 applicants -- 23 applicants have applied. we had some great applicants, and it was a pleasure to hear from many folks that will want to serve on this committee, which will be very time consuming and will deal with some important issues. we have forwarded might -- mike alonzo, jenny lamb, and the election commission has appointed three members as well. just to get a sense of the current composition, this is the committee that most forward, we have one individual that lives in district 2, two that lived in district four, one in seven, one in eight, and one in 10. we have two white males, one african-american female, one african-american male, one latino female, and one asian- american woman. one thing that i thought was unfortunate was that we were not able to forward an lgbt appointee, which i think is very important, and we want to make
sure the community is outraged to and has proper racket -- representation, and also, i had hoped to see more women appointed from the mayor, who has three appointments left. i got to know mike since our rules committee meeting. i have known of the work of ginny and eric mcdonald in our community and really admire the work they have done on behalf of san francisco, so we will be supporting these three. i did want to say that i do strongly support paul hogar, an lgbt candidate list in my district, and it is unfortunate we will not be able to include him. supervisor wiener: i will be supporting the recommendations of the rules committee. i think all three people the rules committee forwarded our solid, and when you look at the overall composition so far, it
is a good group of people. i will say is reservation only in that zero of the six will be lgbt, and that is a concern to me. i have been assured by the mayor that he will be appointing at least one lgbt person, and i strongly encourage him to make two of the three appointments to be lgbt. when you look at the portion of san francisco that is lgbt, two is much closer to that percentage than one, and i will continue to urge the mayor to do that. we have several qualified candidates come before the rules committee, but i understand that the rules committee had -- it is a real challenge when you have a lot of good candidates coming forward, and i want to thank the
committee for its work. supervisor campos: thank you. i do not want to repeat a lot of what has been said. i do think that we had a lot more qualified candidates than we had spots for and perhaps any of us would have made the choices differently. certainly, there are people that i think -- that i would like to see on this task force. i think that in the end, the three people that came out of the committee as a whole are a good representation of san francisco, so i would be supporting that the choice today. i do hope, though, that the mayor does have the opportunity to fill the three spots that he has with a couple of members of the lgbt community, and i think there are many qualified candidates who already have gone through the process, and i would
hope that he looks at them as he is considering his options. thank you. supervisor chiu: colleagues, any further discussion? can we take this item same house, same call? without objection, this motion is approved and these of what's are made. congratulations. 47. >> item 47, motion appointing chief gregory suhr and commander lyn tomioka 4 indefinite terms to the bay area regional interoperable communications systems authority with residency requirement waived. supervisor chiu: same house, same call? motion is approved. >> item 40, resolution authorizing the office of treasurer-tax collector to accept and expend a grant in the amount of approximately $240,000 from the current assets resource network for kindergarten to college program participant
incentive funds. supervisor chiu: colleagues, same house, same call? this resolution is adopted. item 49. >> item 49, resolution authorizing the port to accept and expend a grant in the amount of approximately $8 million from the department of homeland security, 2009 for security grant program fund for the pier 27 cruise ship terminal security system. >> thank you. the court has asked for a short amendment to this resolution that will clarify the intended expenditures of this grant. the amendment, which should be in friday, will bring the language of the resolution into conformity with the material presented yesterday with the title of the legislation. thank you. supervisor chiu: colleagues, supervisor cohen would like to make the amendment as she has circulated. we can take that lead objection, that shall be the case. if we could take this resolution
as amended same house, same call? this resolution is adopted. item 50. >> item 50, resolution authorizing the port to accept and expend a grant in the amount of approximately $1.6 million from the department of homeless security, 2007, supplemental infrastructure protection. supervisor chiu: same house, same call? the resolution is adopted. >> item 81 was considered by the rules committee on a special meeting on june 20 and was forward as a special report. as a charter amendment third draft regarding city retirement and health-care benefits. supervisor elsbernd: thank you. i asked that we continue this item to our next meeting, july 12. supervisor chiu: supervisor elsbernd has asked that we continue this item for two weeks as is required on the charter to the 12th of july. that has been seconded by supervisor mirkarimi. can we take the motion to continue without objection? without objection, this item
will be continued to that date. what we go to roll call? >> supervisor mar, your first on a roll call for introductions. supervisor mar: submit. >> supervisor mirkarimi. supervisor mirkarimi: thank you. i just have one item, an in memoriam for freddie aguelo. a tragedy befell the family when the body of 23-year-old freddie was discovered by firefighters responding to a fire in a recycling bin near the tennis courts in buena vista park at 4:30 in morning. his body was discovered on the border of districts 8 and 5. it certainly raises alarming concern. our prayers go to freddie's family during this difficult
time. i have been contacted by the police department, who is seeking help from the public in the investigation. anyone with information regarding the circumstances or may have observed anything out of the ordinary in the early morning hours of friday, june 10, are asked to contact sfpd homicide detail at 553-1145, during hours and after hours, 553-1145. or anonymous tip line, 575-4444. i do not think we can quite see well, but this is his "we need your help" poster now being circulated throughout the lower haight area. so we can get some identification. the rest i will submit. >> thank you. supervisor elsbernd. supervisor elsbernd: thank you. i also have just one item, and it is also an in memoriam.