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teacher leaves our district. it w it was certificate retention. >> all right. from the select committee. >> at the. so we had two presentations one was with from - jim ryan's our director of stem and he came and spoke specifically about all the different things we've doing under the stem umbrella. and we have another presentation about the initiative and all the work around updating the technology and the stem under that initiative as well >> thank you. all right. dr. report from the
curriculum and a program committee month to month of november >> i reported we had two forgotten items one was expending the school day. we asked staff to calculate was it would cost to move to a 7 period day in high school and superintendent lee provide a rough analyzed that raged from 13 and a half million to 17 million to introduce the 7 day. i was encouraged we're not talking about 2 hundred and 3 hundred million it's somewhere in the neighborhood of 13 to 17 million. so as we look at an improved budget or look at new money from the state i really hope to
prioritize a 7 period day in order to help our students who need to recover credits but those students who want to take more than one elective to cope in school. we horde on update on our core waiver certificate. the next meeting will be monday, december 2nd. will be the next meeting of the curriculum committee and we'll be hearing from our court and county schools for commissioner haney >> i just want to because the superintendant is going to say it we're not referring to the core but the ask the quality system. i've heard the core waiver to be
abandoned so that's the last time those words will be uttered in this room. so moving right long commissioner winn will be update us. >> the only action yawned was the creative charter. we have one on the improved k solution. in our last meeting we talked about if the firm we used and if the information is useful at all and have a standing meeting for the purpose of trying to build a base of knowledge among the board members about the issues related to the local control
funding formula. so we discussed actually, the proposed regulations for that were submitted to the board of ed and the boards mission keeping them white and i think that was the following day that the state board of ed met with a very strong prevention of advocates asking for far more specific regulations in other words. so steps were recategorizing money that was made part of the lcff something we're not supportive of. the bad news is the stated board of ed they kind of said to the staff okay. let's look at this.
i will be discussing in two days with the spc a people how management representatives east will be responding to that and i'll be reporting think that. we did on talk about how we would update not only the regulations that come before us but those are specifying regulations related to the l cap not just the local control funding formula but the plan. so we need to know more about that as we monitor the regulations. and loose we talked about how we want to develop a more robust budget development plan we've had for years this calendar that
talks about when the budget s are due but we want to incorporate into that the cap & as we develop our budget what we need to do to comply with those new requirements and this new way of doing budgeted. that's the end of the report >> any other announcements future meetings? yes >> i have 3 quick announcements i want to congratulate the boys and girls committee on november one and the anniversary for 50 years i want to thank everyone that supported the san francisco ed fund. and acknowledge susan she's
being honored by musical festivity >> thank you. i want to thank the california institute for visiting with us. their partisan group that focuses on education. it's refresh to see the budgetary concerns for our poor children. what i want to say i sat in and watched our staff present to all. you were amazing. i want to tell other board
members our staff is awesome. awesome. i sat there and added a few nuisances from my prospective but kudos to our staff and thursday they met with the superintendant and their license plate team and friday they met where our parents leaders. that was pretty great they went back to sacramento and added to their information. i want to thank the staff for impressing me for no end. they visited school sites as well. wellingburg the kidnap bay and a gateway high school and a rosa parks so thank you for those communities host those.
board meeting of envelope 12, 2013 i want it to be december. and i'm going to report the closed session actions. is somebody preparing the closed sessions. that's why i have a computer here that the this the after the accident of the november 12th nichlz in the litigation of la nor case property damage settlement recommendation the board recommended and haney district. the board bill a vote of in accordance with the education one me was put on a mustard
>> please give the advice that the ringing of and the use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound producing electronic devices are prohibited at this meeting and be advised for the removal for the meeting room of any person responsible for the use of or the use of a pager or cell phone or an electronic device, a member of the public has up to three minutes to make comments on each item and support commissioner about the shorter period on any item. >> item five public comments on items not listed on the agenda. >> i have a couple of speaker cards, the first one is lee radner.
>> thank you, commissioners. and my name is lee radner and i am here today to remind all of us of the community's vision for san francisco's north east water front, which was done by the asian neighborhood design, some months ago and you all received copies. and now, is the time to revisit and reread this excellent document as a basis for an open discussion. and this was developed by a&d with tremendous input from a large number of neighborhood citizen groups, friends of golden gateway. golden gateway tenant association. and the coast neighborhood association, tell graph hill dwellers and the citizens from
china town, it is a blueprint for the entire north east corridor that offers plans and ideas to benefit the port, recreation, housing, open space, and it is environmentally compatible to the new cruise terminal and exploretorimu., it benefits those who live in the neighborhood but really opens up the water front to all parts of the city and those who visit our san francisco. and the a&d water front vision shows a sense of place, creating more people, space and i might point out that it was not an a&d plan but that wonderful children's playground in the park is an example of people, and vision. the water front vision plan is an integrated hall and now is the time to begin the dialogue
with you and your port staff and we come with an open mind, changes may be muted to fit the present and an honest discussion, must again, the vision planner is a great starting point, and if i have time i would like to read td conclusions from the plan. >> strengthen the traffic and and the diverse water front and it enhances and preserves the community recreation opportunity and creates a politically and economically feasible plan that balances public use and revenues generating development. and i thank you for this opportunity and i hope to hear from you, and i know that your staff and yourselves know how to contact me, i would be happy to provide new copies if you have not got them available. and would like to move on from
there, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> next, up is bill henum. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, commissioners my name is bill han on and i am the president of the golden gateway tenant's association. our members live in a large residential complex and not far from this building where we are now. i wanted to support mr. rander's recommendation that you pay careful attention to the design and study a thoughtful and a worldly document, thank you. >> thank you. >> next up, renee ducru, sorry. >> hello. my name is renee and i am here on behalf of the james r. herman memorial committee.
and there will be the local 34 president was unable to be here due to illness and intending to convey this to you on behalf of the committee, the current design elements of the memorial one art piece as well as a multimedia presentation on the memorial wall, the committee intends to work with staff on getting the name of the terminal prominently and properly signed with james r herman's name. it is the commit at the's hope that the commissioners will be supportive of the signage on the exterior of the billion so the world will know who the terminal is named for. when the james r. herman has gotten it we will share with you. >> is there any further public comment on new business? hear none we will move on. >> item 6 a, executive
director's report >> commissioners brian, sitting in for monique who is at a event in japan, we have a number of item and we will move them through quickly so we can get to the meat of the commission agenda, and you will see that the california association of harbor master and port captains had an awards banquet on october 30th, 3013. and at that awards banquet, the port of san francisco received an award for its efforts to bring the america's cup event to san francisco bay. and in particular, joe rilely was at that event and
represented the port and the association of represents public and private marinas throughout the state and they were active in testimony and hearings leading up to the san francisco bay and a number of members at the event were very appreciative of our efforts but also say that the event was one of the key aspects of their career and their involvement in the event and they were thanking the port for bringing health and the event to the san francisco bay. >> the uss pamp anito, as well as it is not on the agenda, but as well as the sf jerimiah, are really two ships at piers 45. and they both, celebrated their
70th birthdays. and we had planned to present plaques to the communities to the representatives of the communities that the communities today and that they might be here and we will make that presentation at the december meeting but i wanted to acknowledge that both history vessels celebrated their san francisco, anniversary, or the 70th birthday on november 6th and we will look to getting plaques to the representatives of both of the ships at that particular meeting and as you know, both ships did extensive duty during world war ii. >> next is the bethlehem ship museum and they have embarked on a series of presentations and the first at the building
at pier 70 tomorrow and that will start at 10:30 and go to one clock and it is part of the series of the presentations that they are doing on the industrialation on the bay. and tomorrow will focus on the brothers who died at the first battle of the canal on november 13th, 1943. and you can get more information about their presentations and their series and the event tomorrow in particular. and definitely in the shipyard and museum dot org. the state of california has developed a new state building code and that code will go into effect january of 2014. and that building code impacts
the port's building codes and requires that we amend the various port building codes that we have. i just wanted the commission and the community know that there is a draft of the various port building codes. it is the building code green mechanical and electrical and plumbing codes, and all of those codes have to be amended to be consistent with the new state code and we have the codes available on the port website, sf port.com for the public and for the commission to review. and the staff will be back to the port commission and in december to present the final draft of the building codes for your approval assuming that you do approve them. the new port codes will go into effect january first, 2014 at the same time that the state code goes into effect. and i mentioned a couple of times the port commission meeting in december and i want
to remind folks and i know that the commission at the last meeting but i want to remind folks that the december commission meeting will be december the 12th which is a thursday and we usually meet on taouses and so the december meeting will be on thursday and we will start at the regular time at 3:15 here in the sherry building. and last issue that i wanted to raise with you is pier 92, grain silo public art and we have been before you regarding that particular murals that are proposed to the grant silos, piers 92, adjacent to the only north street bridge, and you remember that we worked with the art commission and they went through the selection process and selected a developer and excuse me not a developer, but they selected artists, and hadad and drugan to develop a mural for the
grain siloand that was based on culture of historical issues from the bay view community. and although, the work has begun on that mural as of november 7th they have begun to put that mural in place so we can give you and the public a heads up that you will see that work beginning and it will be completed until december and we are working with the mayor's office and others on a ground breaking at least, to celebrate that. >> it will be lit as well as the pro-yekt is completed and commissioners that completes my report.
>> thank you. and we do have one public comment, and you can make your comment. >> i am just surprised that washington was not on the executive direct's report as far as what happened. i must say that in spite of all of the meetings that we had and the labor said no no no and the port did not listen and it is too bad that they spent all of that money on a useless fight that could have been avoited and better spent on lighting the embarcadero and made other improvements to the water front, which we sorely need, and so i am just, really..., that it is held here. and i created the park across the street and all that i could say is a bunch of lies saying that we need parks instead of a
parking lot wha, do they think that my park right next do is to it, sorry, it is a huge park and we don't need more parks, we need affordable housing i am sure, that you all got the message keep that m mind on all of the future endeavors on the port and because we can do better. and we tried so hard to make it beautiful and all that the city functions can do is destroy it and i love the way that they put it in the newspaper that the planning department okayed it and the board of supervisors okayed it and sure, they all worked in collaboration, because they are corrupt, thank you. >> thank you, commissions, any comments on the executive director's report? hearing none we will move on. >> item 7 a, the request to
authorization to amend the existing contract withdavis & associates communications, inc. to (1) revise the scope of work, (2) increase the amount of the contract from $50,000 to $170,000, (3) extend the term by three years by extending the expiration date from june 30, 2014 to june 30, 2017, for a full contract term of five and one half years, and (4) add a one year extension option. (resolution no. 13-44). >> so moved. >> second. >> all in favor? >> aye. >> public comment? >> sorry, is there thee public comment on this item? >> hearing none, all in favor? >> aye. >> aye. >> it has passed. >> item 8 a. informational presentation on the revised project 3.0 design of the golden state warriors arena and multi-purpose venue project at piers 30-32 >> commissions, and as you know that we have been working for some time with the gold are
state warriors on the development of the pier 30-32 and the proposed multipurpose for the water games and other events and activity and we are pleased to be at this point, where the design team for the golden state warriors will be presenting the latest design, as you know they will be working closely with the office of economic and workforce development, with the planning department, and with the port, and other city departments with other entities like ecdc and also working closely with various community stake holders and with the city family and