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>> clerk: good afternoon and welcome to the san francisco historic preservation commission remote hearing for wednesday, december 1, 2021. remote hearings require everyone's attention and, most of all, your patience. if you are not speaking, please mute your microphone. to enable public participation, sfgov is streaming and airing
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this hearing live. comments to comment on the item are available by calling 415-655-0001 and by entering the access code 2492-248-5957. when you hear your item of interest called, press star, three to enter the queue, and when you hear your line has been unmuted, you may begin unmuted. best practices are to call from a quiet location, speak clearly and slowly, and please mute the volume on your television or computer. i'd like to take roll at this time. [roll call]
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>> clerk: thank you, commissioners. first on your agenda is general public comment. at this time, members of the public may address the
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commission on items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the commission except agenda items. with respect to agenda items, your opportunity to address the commission will be afforded when the item is reached in the meeting. each member of the public may address the commission for up to three minutes. now members of the public, this would be your opportunity to speak to the commission on items not on today's agenda by pressing star, three. through the chair, you'll have three minutes. when you hear your line has been unmuted. -- unmuted, that is your indication to begin speaking. >> my name is autumn [indiscernible] and i will wait until the appropriate time to begin speaking. >> clerk: very good. you'll need to press star, three again. >> eileen morgan,
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[indiscernible] to speak. regarding the [indiscernible] library, i will quote excerpts from the article on the website, and i quote. san francisco's apple ton and wolfson designed libraries were nominated for inclusion in 2009. large bond funded branch renovation projects were underway, including at parkside, so a request was made by the library commission to remove parkside from landmark consideration so as not to delay completion. on september 16, 2009, the historic preservation commission agreed that parkside met the eligibility for listing on both the national register and california register of
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historic places and warranted city landmark designation. the commission directed the planning department to calendar initiation of landmark designation for review after completion of renovations. the parkside branch reopened in november 2010, end quote. this year, efforts were made by speak to restart the designation process. it's my understanding that the planning department will bring this item before the commission in the spring of 2022. thank you. >> clerk: thank you. last call for general public comment? you need to press star, three to be added to the queue. seeing no requests to speak from the public, general public comment is closed, and we can
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move onto department matters. item 1, department announcements. >> hi, jonas. we do have a couple of announcements today, but i'll go ahead and turn them over to elizabeth gordon and sean keer. >> hello, commissioners. elizabeth gordon, planning department staff. both the row -- trocadero and the [indiscernible] are making their way through the commission, and hearing for the painted lady will be heard at the g.a.o. tomorrow morning. going onto golden gate park, we wanted to get back to you regarding concerns raised in a
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letter from the san franciscans for, i believe it's urban nature, related to the observation wheel at golden gate park. on november 5, planning department staff met with rec park staff to observe the operation and site conditions for the observation wheel, and r.p.d. provided a brief summary, and as well, you should have received a copy of that, outlining how they are meeting the conditions. we have concurred that they are meeting -- they are consistent with your conditions and approval is being managed with that consistence. finally, i wanted to share with you that work has begun to reinstall the [indiscernible] band shell. we anticipate that work will be
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by the end of today, and myself and michelle taylor met with rec park staff to ensure that the work was meeting the conditions of approval, and that concludes my update. thank you. >> clerk: thank you, elizabeth. if there are no additional questions or announcements from members, we can move onto item c, president's report and
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announcements. >> i have nothing, jonas. >> clerk: thank you. we will then move onto item 3, consideration of adoption of draft minutes for november 17, 2021. >> i move we adopt the minutes. >> second. >> thank you. seeing no questions or comments from members -- commissioner black, i am going to make you a panelist now. you are no longer on your phone, so you should be unable to unmute yourself. >> thank you. many apologies. >> clerk: on the minutes -- [roll call]
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>> clerk: so moved, commissioners. that motion passes unanimously 7-0, placing us on item 4, commission comments and questions. okay. seeing no requests to speak from members of the commission, commissioners, i am pleased to inform you that we have no items on the december 15 advance calendar, and so i'd respectfully request that you make a motion to cancel that hearing. >> motion to cancel the december 15 hearing. >> second. >> second. >> clerk: thank you, commissioners. on that motion to cancel the
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december 15 historic preservation hearing -- [roll call] >> clerk: so moved, commissioners. consider it an early gift to you all. that will place us on item 5, for case number 2021-009976-crv for the remote hearings resolution. again, commissioners, this is to allow remote hearings to continue. it's a bit of a moot point for the month of december, given that you just cancelled the december 15 hearing, but it is on your agenda as an action item. >> well, then i move that we do it. >> second.
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>> clerk: thank you, commissioners. on the motion to adopt the hearing resolution -- [roll call] >> clerk: so moved, commissioners. that motion passes unanimously, 7-0, and given that this is going to be the last hearing for 2021, we should adopt your 2022 hearing schedule. item 6, the proposed 2022 hearing schedule is simply what is mandated as the first and third wednesday of every month. we generally don't look into holidays for the historic preservation commission. if there is a conflict, we can cancel as we move through the hearing calendar. any comments or proposals?
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motion to adopt? >> i motion to adopt. >> and i second it. >> clerk: thank you, commissioners. on that motion, then, to adopt your 2022 hearing schedule -- [roll call] >> clerk: so moved, commissioners. that motion passes unanimously, 7-0, placing us on items proposed to be continuance. there were no items proposed for continuance, and there are none for today, placing us on items 7-a, b, c, d, and e, for
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properties at 300 19 avenue, 2301 san jose avenue, 321 linden street, and 245 hyde street. these are all legacy business registry applications. staff, are you ready to begin your presentations? >> i am. >> before you begin, i'd just like to add one comment, if i could. commissioners, elizabeth gordon johns here, planning department staff. i just wanted to let you know that we will have a new legacy business coordinator. [indiscernible] will be taking own from katie wilborn, who has been working very diligently, doing amazing work as a legacy
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business coordinator the last few months, and she has translated all that information over to gigi, who has already started to transform her own work on the legacy business, and i just wanted to introduce gigi to you. thank you. >> thank you, and welcome. >> thank you, commissioners. gigi gunther, planning department staff. after the presentation, members of the public and business members will have a chance to
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make public comment. i learned everything about the coordinator position from katie, and i will miss her a lot. i will now turn it over to the first presenter, alessandro, to begin the presentations. >> good afternoon, commissioners. alessandro presenting two legacy business applications today. the first is tia margarita, which has been a favorite gathering place for richmond families, friends, and neighbors. started by richard and janet hobbs, and passed down family member to family member, it is now run by their daughter and is a popular chies choice for
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local gathering does -- popular choice for local gatherings, and many employees have been with the restaurant for over two decades. tia margarita is committed to keeping its physical characters. staff supports this application and recommends a resolution to add tia margarita to the legacy business registry. the next legacy business application i'll present is for performing arts workshop. performing arts workshop is a nonprofit arts and education organization that provides education and dance, poetry, and theater to more than 6,000 san francisco youth each year. founded in 1965, the mission is
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to provide critical thinking, expression, and performance through the arts. performance arts workshop is also fiercely committed to equity. having worked in studios, streets, and schools in san francisco, it is now the in[indiscernible] helping to reimagine how our city's historic structures can be repurposed to provide vital services to the community. staff supports this resolution and recommends the recommendation to add the businesses to the legacy business registry. this concludes my presentation, and i'll turn it over to elena. >> hello, commissioners. elena moore, planning
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commission staff, and i'll be presenting the third presentation today. the third is tu lan vietnamese restaurant, serving as a pillar of the south of market and tenderloin communities, offering food to customers who cannot afford it and participating in neighborhood street fairs and events. tu lan has garnered a reputation for delicious, affordable food through word of mouth and numerous features in local publications [indiscernible] and dined at the restaurant. tu lan is dedicated to preserving their traditional cooking from viet nam, the open
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kitchen set up, and the menu featuring a [indiscernible] staff supports this [indiscernible] to the legacy business registry. the fourth legacy -- >> clerk: elena, i'm sorry. i'm going to interrupt you very briefly here. your wifi connection may be a little weak, and you're cutting in and out, so if i can just suggest you just basically turn your video off so at least you're audible. >> sure. does that fix the problem? >> clerk: well, you're not choppy, so i think yes. >> did you want me to repeat it or did you hear it well enough? >> clerk: i think that the
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julia child portion got a little chopped, but we heard that you were recommending approval. >> okay. the fourth presentation we have is for dark garden unique corsetry. dark garden produces corsets, both ready to wear and custom attire. they produce corsets and masks, and clothing designed by local designers, as well. education is a pivotal component of dark garden, and the owner, known as the godmother of modern corsetry, has trained several hundred
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people. dark garden corsetry is a vital community business and has served several communities, including the drag and lgbtq community. staff supports this application and recommends a resolution to add dark garden unique corsetry to the legacy business registry. this concludes my presentation. thank you. i'll pass it onto gigi now. >> good afternoon,
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commissioners. gigi gunther, planning staff. the fifth and final legacy business registry application is for hyde street studios, first opening in 1980 at 245 hyde street as a multirecording studio, offering affordable pricing for recording, producing, and mixing services. hyde street services is the successor to wally hyder recordings and is known for producing the san francisco sound, with artists such as the grateful dead, jefferson airplane, santana, and credence clearwater revival. it is the longest running
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multiroom recording studio still running in the bay area. hyde street's clients are mainly bay area artists and groups, although the studio has served big names in the punk rock genres including green day and tupac shakur. hyde street studios has continuously given back to the tenderloin and local and independent musician communities through lending its space for youth through local organizations including hyde street community center and youth california. staff is supportive of the application and adding the business to the legacy business
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registry. this concludes staff presentation. thank you. >> clerk: thank you, gigi. if there are no questions or comments from the commissioners, we should open this up to the public. members of the public, this is your indication to press star, three and wait until you hear that your line has been unmuted. you'll have two minutes. >> hi. thanks so much for having me. my name is jennifer corwin of tia margarita. i'm going to speak fast because i have a lot to say. to be honest, i looked up the definition of legacy and it means to carry on the past. my grandmother was born in
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a small house in now what is known as hunters point. she was a true san francisco native. her and my grandfather launched tia margarita in 1962, and you can imagine san francisco in the early 60s. despite being [indiscernible] in 1968, she still employed dozens and dozens and marched on. i consider tia margarita one of a very few cultural landmarks in the richmond district still standing today. i do use the word landmark loosely because i know you guys have very specific definitions for that, but it's a cultural landmark for me because we have
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the same name, it's the same family, and we still have the same sign, and we don't take that lightly. the person that presented tia margarita -- as i stated, i am proud of us, but i am proud of the one cultural piece that tia margarita has on display in our main room. my grandmother, in the 1940s world's fair on treasure island got a mask from that fair, and they lived on the ceiling of the fairmont hotel for many years before she acquired them, and they are now on display. we have the neon marquis outside that is still standing
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in front. did i get cutoff? >> clerk: no, but that's your 30 seconds. >> okay. i'm really, really proud to be a part of this legacy that my grandparents started. i'm closing in our 60 year, and i'm super happy that we're still in the richmond district, and i can't believe that tia margarita is 63. thank you, guys. >> clerk: great. thank you. >> thank you. >> my name is autumn [indiscernible] from dark gardening corsetry. in addition to everything stated in our application, i'm committed to preserving
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[indiscernible] skills [indiscernible] that are not being taught in fashion schools. in the interest of passing on these schools that i have learned either from self-teaching or from senior instructors, these skills were passed on from mother to daughter, and while i don't have children nor learned anything from either of my grandmother, i've been lucky enough to pass on my skills. i'm a long time member of s.f. made, committed to preserving fashion in the city. by holding that membership, i'm contributing to that legacy. thank you very much for your time. >> hi. my name is jack kurtzman, owner
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of hyde street studios. i've been through my share of ups and downs, but one thing that's always struck me is the passion of the industry. i'll keep this short, and thank you for your time and consideration. >> hi. my name is neela [indiscernible] and i'm the interim director at performing arts workshop, and i wanted one of our teachers and students to speak today, but they are at school right now, so they gave me some quoted to read to you.
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i've seen students that were shy in class full out dancing during our zoom classes like nobody was watching. one of the teachers says arts education is vital during this crisis because all students need and deserve to be creative, expressive, and simply feel like a kid during challenging times. performing arts workshop staff love their craft and enjoy youth work as well as the collaboration between youth led agencies who focus on the development and success of all youth. and finally, one of our students, a sixth grader. i think the workshop should be a legacy because it's been around a really long time. it's even been around longer than my mom, and she's really
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old. we're honored to bring arts and education and cultural space and performance space to district 11. thank you. >> clerk: great, thank you. last call for comment on any of the legacy business registry applicants? okay. seeing no additional requests from members of the public to speak, public comment is closed, and these items are now before you, commissioners. >> thank you. commissioner johns? >> thank you. this is a very interesting group of businesses. i only am familiar with one of them, which means i think i must get out more, but the one i am familiar with is tia margarita. i know that, in the materials that we got, there was some
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mention that jennie -- i'm sorry, jennifer corwin is not the original owner, so they needed additional documentation that the business was around for more than 35 years. i remember going to a bicentennial celebration there in 1976. i can tell that commissioner matsuda is quite familiar with it, too. at any rate, i support all these applications. thank you. >> thank you. it's our new place to visit, commissioner johns. commissioner black? >> yeah, following commissioner johns, one of the things that i was struck again, once again, is how many of these legacy businesses started with an immigrant's dream, and then,
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it's passed down to the generations. the other thing is the strong relationship with the immediate neighborhood or the bay area, and that's why they've all existed for so many years, is because of that strong connection. and i love the performing arts commission taking over the geneva card board building that was empty for so many years. it's two for one. thank you. >> thank you. commissioner foley? >> so i have a funny story about tu lan. i have been eating at tu lan since 1989. i used to own a bike store, and they used to bring their bikes over there and then ride them
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over to eat. i'm excited about all of these businesses. thank you. >> thank you. any other commissioners wish to share their comments? okay. i just have a few, if i can. yes, i am familiar with tia margarita, and i'm sure that commissioner johns and i will make an appointment to go there during our december break. i noticed two errors on the report. gloria's name is spelled incorrectly, and supervisor safai's name is spelled incorrectly. for tu lan, it is definitely a gem. i thought the detail that was provided was great, particularly the story shared by jim woods, but i'm wondering if staff could maybe do some
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edits for the consideration of section criteria two. i think we could maybe be a little bit more positive about the description of the neighborhood, and then possibly, when we consider templates of legacy businesses, considering one or all of them because they want to get a quick snapshot of the cost. for our unique corsetting small business, you know, i thought this was great. for small things, making things by hand, it's not really done in america, so to have somebody in the city here to do that and offer products to our city is great, and i just think the
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detail that's needed to make a corset, i've only seen one, never worn one, never owned one, but i know it's anart. it's a cool shop, and i'm glad it's come before us. and also, i wanted to share with the commissioners that the city and county of san francisco is featuring an item called shop and dine in the 49, and all of these businesses are featured. i hope that all of you will have the opportunity to get out in december and follow the trolley as it goes from neighborhood to neighborhood to support small businesses. thank you. >> well, so we don't have a motion, so i move that these legacy businesses -- that we recommend these legacy
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businesses -- these businesses to have legacy status. third time. >> second. >> second. >> clerk: thank you, commissioners. and commissioner johns, i'm going to include the corrections and proposed amendments that commissioner matsuda made. >> yes, please. >> clerk: very good. thank you. then on that motion to adopt recommendations on all of these legacy business applications -- [roll call] >> clerk: so moved, commissioners. that motion passes unanimously, 7-0, placing us on the final item of the 2021 calendar year,
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item 8, 2020-003803-des, as 1801 green street, golden gate valley carnegie library. staff, are you prepared to make your presentation? >> i am. >> clerk: okay. the floor is yours. >> if i could just -- oh, [indiscernible]. >> okay. good afternoon, commissioners. molly bishop, planning department staff. before you is a request for landmark designation of the golden gate valley carnegie library located in the marina neighborhood. this resolution is included in
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your packets. the golden gate valley carnegie library is located on the southside of green street between laguna and octavia streets. it's styled in the neoclassical style in 1918 by albert coxhead. a small addition was constructed at the western facade of the existing structure to how's an elevator to improve accessibility. the renovation preserved the character defining features of the library and do not impact architectural integrity of the building. on june 2, 1999, the landmarks preservation advisory board
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added 1801 green street to the preservation program along with six other library locations in san francisco. [indiscernible] report included in your packets dated july 22, 2020. the department postponed recommendations to accommodation reduced library staffing capacity due to the covid-19 pandemic and staff serving as disaster service workers. library staff has reviewed and commented on the landmark designation report as well as submitted a letter of support dated october 18, also included in your packets. the golden gate carnegie library is [indiscernible] with its association with the having. having a social history in san
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francisco, its association with the carnegie industrial art program, established by an drew carnegie in 1886. the period of significance for the property is 1918. the date encompasses the building's construction and the building's pattern of social and constructional histories. the commission requested revisions to the proposed character designing features. staff conducted a site visit and worked with library city agency staff to review the revised character defining features. library staff has been exceptionally cooperative and agree with the refining the
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following features. exterior cladding and ornamentation, cladding roof, buff brick at rear facade, main entry doors with glazed panel and transom, west side terra cotta walls, and entryway steps. on the interior, original wood interior doors in the main reading room, antibiotic antibiotic remove -- reading room, [indiscernible] and architectural wood work including shelves, cornice over
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shelves, [indiscernible], trim over shelves, and plaster walls. the department believes the building meets the established eligibility requirements, and that landmark status is warranted. the department is supportive of recommending the landmark designation of the golden gate carnegie library to the board of supervisors. this concludes my presentation, and i'm happy to answer any questions. i believe consultant bridget bailey is also available for any questions. thank you. >> clerk: thank you, melanie. if that concludes staff's presentation, we should open up public comment. members of the public, this is your opportunity to address members of the commission by pressing star, three. through the chair, you'll each receive three minutes, and when you hear your line has been unmuted, that's your indication that you may again speaking.
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>> good afternoon, commissioners. bridget bailey. can you hear me okay? >> clerk: yes, we can hear you. >> so thank you again for your support of this landmark designation. as melanie mentioned, and after commissioner nageswaran's comments after the last hearing amending the character defining features, i just wanted to say i'm in full support of that. i will say when i wrote this landmark designation report, i modelled the character defining features off the list of the character defining features of the six other carnegie libraries, so at some point, i would encourage you to encourage staff to amend the
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other library designations to have more character defining features list. i know that might seem like a hurdle, but i think that's important given that the designations of the other ones were done a little while ago, and they were very formulaic, and i'm hoping we can address this report. that's my comment. i'm hoping anyone has a question for me. i'm happy to answer them. >> clerk: okay. thank you. last call for comments from members of the public. you need to press star, three. seeing no additional requests to speak, commissioners, public comment on this matter is closed, and it is now before you.
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>> commissioner nageswaran? >> i want to thank staff for being so quick about incorporating the [indiscernible] working with the library staff, and miss maille, i agree with her comments that this is such a gem, and if there are other character defining features on the other carnegie libraries to incorporate, that would be appropriate to do so. it may be that, in some of the designation materials, they may have listed some of those already, and it may just be a matter of highlighting those or making it known that those are already incorporated, but i
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thank everyone and appreciate it. thanks. bye. >> thank you. commissioner wright? >> yes. i want to also thank everyone involved for moving this forward. it's been great, and i also wanted to point out in the summary report that we have, it looks like the draft of the character defining features does not reflect the updated expanded list. i'm not sure that that totally matters since it'll be incorporated into the document, but it might be good to update the summary. >> thank you. are there any other comments from the commission? okay. >> clerk: anyone would like to make a motion? >> motion to approve landmark
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designation. >> second. >> would that be with the additional items that commissioner wright mentioned? >> yes. >> clerk: very good, then, commissioners. there's a motion that has been seconded to adopt a recommendation for approval with amendments submitted by commissioner wright. on that motion -- [roll call] >> clerk: thank you, commissioners. that motion passes unanimously 7-0, and concludes your 2021 calendar year. it's been a pleasure seeing you all remotely. hopefully we can get together soon, but enjoy the rest of the
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year off. >> thanks, everybody. happy holidays. >> thank you. happy holidays. >> happy holidays.
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>> in august 2019 construction began on the new facility at 1995 evans avenue in bayview. it will house motorcycle police and department of forensic services division. both sfpd groups are in two buildings that need to be vacated. they will join the new $183 million facility in late 2021. >> elements of the cfi and the traffic company are housed at the hall of justice, which has been determined to be seismically unfit. it is slated for demolition. in addition to that the forensic services crime lab is also slated for demolition. it was time and made sense to put these elements currently
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spread in different parts of the city together into a new facility. >> the project is located in the bayview area, in the area near estes creek. when san francisco was first formed and the streetcars were built back it was part of the bay. we had to move the building as close to the edge as possible on bedrock and solid elements piles down to make sure it was secure. >> it will be approximately 100,000 square feet, that includes 8,000 square feet for traffic company parking garage. >> the reason we needed too new building, this is inadequate for the current staffing needs and also our motor department. the officers need more room, secured parking. so the csi unit location is at the hall of justice, and the crime laboratory is located at
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building 60 sixty old hunters point shipyard. >> not co-located doesn't allow for easy exchange of information to occur. >> traffic division was started in 1909. they were motor officers. they used sidecars. officers who road by themselves without the sidecar were called solo. that is a common term for the motorcycle officers. we have 45 officers assigned to the motorcycles. all parking at the new facility will be in one location. the current locker room with shared with other officers. it is not assigned to just traffic companies. there are two showers downstairs and up. both are gym and shop weres are old. it needs constant maintenance. >> forensic services provides
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five major types of testing. we develop fingerprints on substances and comparisons. there are firearms identification to deal with projectiles, bullets or cartridge casings from shootings. dna is looking at a whole an rare of evidence from -- array of evidence from dna to sexual assault to homicide. we are also in the business of doing breath allyzer analysis for dui cases. we are resurrecting the gunshot residue testing to look for the presence of gunshot residue. lifespan is 50 years. >> it has been raised up high
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enough that if the bay starts to rise that building will operate. the facility is versus sustainable. if the lead gold highest. the lighting is led. gives them good lights and reduces energy use way down. water throughout the project we have low water use facilities. gardens outside, same thing, low water use for that. other things we have are green roofs on the project. we have studies to make sure we have maximum daylight to bring it into the building. >> the new facility will not be open to the public. there will be a lobby. there will be a deconstruction motorcycle and have parts around. >> the dna labs will have a vestibule before you go to the space you are making sure the air is clean, people are coming in and you are not contaminating
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anything in the labs. >> test firing in the building you are generating lead and chemicals. we want to quickly remove that from the individuals who are working in that environment and ensure what we put in the air is not toxic. there are scrubbers in the air to ensure any air coming out is also at the cleanest standards. >> you will see that kind of at the site. it has three buildings on the site. one is for the motorcycle parking, main building and back behind is a smaller building for evidence vehicles. there is a crime, crime scene. they are put into the secure facility that locks the cars down while they are examined. >> they could be vehicles involved in the shooting. there might be projectiles lodged in the vehicle, cartridge casings inside the vehicle, it could be a vehicle where a
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aggravated sexual occurred and there might be biological evidence, fingerprints, recovered merchandise from a potential robbery or other things. >> the greatest challenge on the project is meeting the scope requirements of the project given the superheated construction market we have been facing. i am proud to say we are delivering a project where we are on budget. >> the front plaza on the corner will be inviting to the public. something that gives back to the public. the building sits off the edge. it helps it be protected. >> what we are looking for is an updated building, with facilities to meet our unit's needs. >> working with the san francisco police department is an honor and privilege. i am looking forward to seeing
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their faces as the police officers move to the new facility. >> it is a welcome change, a new surrounding that is free from all of the challenges that we face with being remote, and then the ability to offer new expanded services to the city and police department investigations unit. i can't wait until fall of 2021 when the building is finally ready to go and be occupied and the people can get into the facility to serve them and serve the community.
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>> my name is miguel bustos and this is a regular meeting for november 16, 2021. i'd like to welcome members of the public who are streaming live aswell as staff and those participating in today's meeting . following the guidelines for by local officials at this time the members of the commission our meeting remotely to ensure the safety

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