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>> good afternoon. welcome to the san francisco full board of supervisors tuesday, june 24, 2014. madam clerk call roll >> supervisor avalos. supervisor avalos? supervisor breed. supervisor campos. president chiu. supervisor cohen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. supervisor mar. supervisor tang's. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. mr. president, all members are present thank you ladies and gentlemen, please join us in the pledge of
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allegiance of america and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> thank you. >> excuse me. sir, you are out of order. >> (inaudible). i'm sorry to ask for a temporary recess we're recessin
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>> colleagues, we're back in session with the approval of the minutes motion that i supervisor cohen and second by supervisor mar the may 2014 minutes are approved madam clerk, any announcements? >> items 51 through 55 for the condominium conversion from friday june 19th we received a communication stat she was with drauld her appeal the hearing shall be open and we will table the motions to approve and prepare vntsd and colleagues we'll take that up at an
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appropriate time. >> items one through 368 commission on community investment & infrastructure and may be acted upon by a single roll call vote of the commission. >> would anyone else want to sever any items. >> supervisor chiu. supervisor cohen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. supervisor mar. supervisor tang. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. there are 11 i's. the ordinances are final passed next item >> item 37 is an ordinance force the issuance and sale for the sale of water not to exceed
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approximately 8 hundred and 19 million the projects benefiting the items impacted on november 5th as proposition e. >> read that. >> the issuance and sale of the water revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $209 million to finance the water projects pursuant to amendments to the charter known as proposition e. >> colleagues, same house, same call? . we'll take that without objection. if we could also call the next 2 items >> item 39 and 40 are the appropriation ordinance for all receipts and expenditures for the selected departments as of june 2nd, 2014, through 2015- 2016 and the interim annual
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salary owners for the annual budget and the appropriation ordinance for june 30th. >> colleagues, same house, same call? we'll take that without objection.. item 41 was referred by the lufks it's an ordinance to amend the general plan by reilly an ordinance and adapting the housing elements >> colleagues, same house, same call? we'll take that without objection. this ordinance is final passed. item 42 >> is a resolution to approve a budget for the the office of community budget and infrastructure for 2014-2015. >> colleagues, same house, same call? . this resolution is adapted next and item 43 for the interim budget for the transportation
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authority. same house, same call? this resolution is adapted next item and item 44 for the airport director to accept a grant not to exceed 200 though for the california coastal for the sea level and vulnerable assessment of of the san bruno from august through 15 >> same house, same call? this resolution is adapted. >> item 45 to authorize the mayor's office of housing to submit an application to the california housing demonstrate for the funding under the cal home program. >> same house, same call? this ordinance is passed on the first reading. >> item 46 is a resolution to authorize the sheriff's department to enter into a contract with global net to contract the term which will result in an anticipated revenue
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to the welfare fund of more than $3 million. >> same house, same call? this resolution is adapted >> item 45 was an ordinance to update the open space of the general plan and making the wreck sit finding. >> supervisor wiener. >> thank you, mr. president, i ask for a continuance to july 8th. >> colleagues supervisor wiener has asked to thank you for the opportunity continue this any objection. >> we'll take that without objection. to the eight. >> item 48 is an ordinance for the mission alcoholic special use district for the mini golf course to obtain liquor license. >> colleagues, same house, same call? this ordinance is passed
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on the first reading. >> item 49 is owners for the pacific gas and electric company for a solar project at north north beach library to future enter into a similar long term agreement and making the wreck sit finding. >> same house, same call? this issuance is pass on the first reading. >> item 50 to approve the transfer of former navel station from the united states government to the treasure island authority and adapting the wreck sit finding. >> same house, same call? this resolution is adapted. colleagues we'll skip over our special 3:00 p.m. orders and go to the committee report
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>> those were considered on june 19th and were for the or forwarded to the board and item 57 is a motion for the reappointment of larry to the treasure island boarding board of directors terminating. >> colleagues, same house, same call? we'll take that without objection. this motion is approved. next item >> item 58 for the reappointment of doris republican to the port commission. >> same house, same call? this motion is approved next item >> item 59 motion conforming the reappointment of willie adams to 2018. >> same house, same call? this motion is depraved next. >> item 60 to authorize the supplement of a lawsuit filed by sonya on april 19, 2012, in the
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united states northern district of california. >> same house, same call? this ordinance is passed on the first reading. and madam clerk item 61 to 64. >> those were not forwarded to the board and are not before the board today. >> why don't we go to roll call. >> mr. president, you are the first supervisor to introduce new business. >> thank you madam clerk and colleagues it is with heavy heart i ask we adjourn today's meeting whom i worked with. shell thomas that was a community leader and a former staffer and passed away this weekend. shell was an north beach resident for over 15 years more than him he worked tieflsly to
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improve the northeast neighborhoods he got things done and in particular telephones a huge advocate for the north beach and broadway neighborhoods as a stave for our office of economic workforce development. i can spend a long time but i'll highlight he organized our lower porlg a polk street and the farmer's market and spearheaded efforts on the alley. he organized the rural festivals between chinatown and north beach he led the in which business association of lower polk neighbors and did much of the work to form the broadway cv
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d and he also assisted with other festivals shell was a 25 veteran of the restaurant bar and nightclub industries i think we're in shock over the loss of a leader and friend. this past weekend i spoke to shells parent and shared with them how we all appreciated and loved their son today in our audience we shall joined by shells brother and sister and on behalf of the neighborhoods and friends we want to thank you for sharing our family webb member with our city. potentially one of his lasting legacies is the lower polk district i saw an e-mail at the end of last week before he
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passed saying the finally a balance was mailed i know all of us we'll work hard to insure the lower polk succeed this was a project near and dear to my heart to shells project that he worked on for many years. again on behalf of the board i want to say to his family and friends our city is so much the better for having had shell with us before rest in peace >> madam clerk. >> thank you, mr. president. supervisor farrell supervisor kim. >> thank you. today, i'm introducing the beginning of some clean up language for the plan, which the board of supervisors passed in march of 2013 i want to thank supervisor wiener and supervisor
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campos introducing legislation that makes clear our protective intent that didn't make its way in the project from fulsome to harrison weighing we've been working to purchase the cable resident to address the 11 street to house the arts on drag icon as training shack that's been going on for 18 years in san francisco. that has a rich lgbt culture and i recently rer sponsored a renaming and i'm sponsoring part of the lgbt x social district the creation of a lgbt social district is about celebrating the vitality of the current
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community with small business support and zoning and others. i will continue to support this they contribute to the northern in the same legislation looking to clean up other districts >> thank you supervisor kim. supervisor mar. i want to ask if i could join supervisor and president chiu in the memorial for mr. thomas and kathleen was here from the former small business commission and shell had a great impact on the clement street area several years ago wherever i lacking walk there i think of shell i want to be addressed to the memoriam. i have several items on
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june 19th to just a minute a better understanding of the awe depictions e definitions of the recycling centers on that meeting 80 on june 19th we heard from long term recircles and they raised concerns on the evictions of recycling centers in our grocery store parking lots and even though hearing hearing was spurred by the upcoming recycling centers at church and martha street and the abrupt announcement of the north beach recycling center since the closer of the 45ish9 from golden gate park 5 other recycling places where the northern half of san francisco at the safest way and the outer richmond it
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was a shock to me i'd been in close krablth contact with safest way and was very insured it was not going to close and it was clear by the testimony of the department of the environment state and nation that we will not be able to reach our vision zero sgoelz goals if in question we close oury cycling centers losing a critical income stream for people's survival needs p.i. and i heard from community we need to work together on a resolution that calls for safe way to immediately sees the eviction of the redemption centers on market street that's scheduled to close on june 30th and for the department of the investment for
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a rededuction of are centers and there being a concentrated in district 6 and 10. and also the resolution would urge spshths in the city to have redemption centers in their parking lot in as many areas. also following up with the vision zero we looked at paris mayor ma dam and the new mayor of paris to reduce speedometers in this city i'm introducing a resolution that will allow us to look at how to continue to make progress on safer streets and enclosure reducing speedometers.
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cities around the global not only paris are lowering speedometers in order to reduce accident with this i'm requesting you study the impacts following this practice will bring to san francisco. recent studies have off and on that slower speeds help save lives. cars traveling 20 mile-per-hour 40 percent of people survive here in the united states new york has evaluated speedometers so new york in its vision zero is loouktd this policy change and paris began with a project where speedometers were capped at the 20 mile-per-hour and in
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scheduling it saves the $120 million as a result of fewer accident in the united kingdom there's less accident and slowing moving cars reduced the green house gases and it is a positive change. my request for the project analysis one what can we learn from national and international that has changed their speedometers and how many lives can be saved by reducing speeds by the 5 or 10 miles per hour and what's the environmental savings and other questions. the successful implementation of vision zero set a standard for san francisco to have no fatalities on our street to achieve this we must make sure that the streets are safer and a
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speedometer reduction is better. we're going to have a comedy event laugh for a good cause at the neck of the woods on clement street and 6th avenue. this year's hosting venue is also featuring a number of performances like comedian sam and lydia and trefer hill all the proceeds go to the ymca to the campaign it's a 21 and older event go to the ymca website