July 2019

Meetings cancelled for the July 4th Holiday.

Monday, July 8, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
3.
Small Business permit streamlining
4. Raise price of checkout bag to 25 cents under CEQA
6. 190654 Street and Public Service Easement Vacation Order – Mission Rock Project – vacation of the entirety of Seawall Lot 337 (located east of Third Street between China Basin Channel and Mission Rock Street, including China Basin Park) and portions of Terry A. Francois Boulevard along with public service easements in connection with the Mission Rock Project.
7. 190355 Authorizing Interim Activities at Development Sites.

Tuesday, July 9, 10 AM agenda and docs
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA
4.
State Legislative update
6. Fund exchange
8. Adopt the SoMa Freeway Ramp Intersection Safety Study Phase 2 Final Report – ACTION*
9. Muni service equity strategy
11. Approve San Francisco’s Goals for Plan Bay Area 2050 and San Francisco’s Regionally-Significant Project List – ACTION*

Tuesday, July 9, 2 PM agenda and docs
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
6.
General Obligation Bond and Election Earthquake safety and response
10-12.
General Obligation Bond and Electionplacement of a number of General Obligationbonds on the November ballot.
30.
Pubic Comment
31.
Opposing Ting’s AB 38 on ADUs unless amendedResolution opposing California State Assembly Bill No. 68, authored by Assembly Member Phil Ting, unless amended, to provide jurisdictional deference to the City and County of San Francisco and other early adopters of permissive Accessory Dwelling Unit regulations… Peskin
(This appears to be a local control issue.)

Tuesday, July 9, 6-8 PM –
900 7th St, Recology Golden Gate, Auditorium Room
7th Street Safety Project Public Hearing.
For more information and mailing list sign up, please visit www.sfmta.com/7thand8th.

Wednesday, July 10, 6-8 PM
362 Capp St, Northeast Mission Parking Planning – Open House #1. Details

If you can’t make the meetings contact Mari Hunter, Principal Transportation Planner – Parking & Curb Management.

Thursday, July 11, 1 PM – agenda and Docs

Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
E.
Public Comment
14.
Market Octavia Plan Amendment
15. 344 14TH St.
16a-c. 88 Bluxome St.
17a-c. 150 Eureka
18. 55 Belcher
19. DR on 215 Montana St.

Thursday, July 11, 3pm
Hall Room 263 City Hall Government Audit and Oversight Committee
Special Hearing on measure to create an Office of Racial Equity
Sponsored by Sandra Fewer, supported by 7 Supervisors

Saturday, July 13, 11:30 – 1:30 PM
2424 Mariposa, Verdi Club, Northeast Mission Parking Planning – Open House #1. Details 
If you can’t make the meetings contact Mari Hunter, Principal Transportation Planner – Parking & Curb Management.

Monday, July 15, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1. 190048 Ordinance amending the Planning Code to require building setbacks for buildings fronting on narrow streets.
6. 190459 Temporary Uses: Intermittent Activities

Tuesday, July 14, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
9.
Public Comment
11. Permanently closing Octavia Street between Linden and Hayes streets.
12. To create a Muni only lane on Essex Street, southbound, from Harrison Street to 250 feet south of Folsom Street.
13. Amending the Transportation Code, Division II, to modify existing Powered Scooter Share Permit Programrequirements
14. Appointing Thomas Maguire to serve as Interim Director of Transportation beginning August 14, 2019 and continuing until a permanent Director of Transportation is appointed.

Tuesday, July 14, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
15.
Non-resident fees at certain Specialty Attractions
28-30. Issuance of General Obligation Bonds (Embarcadero Seawall Earthquake Safety, 2018
36. 190663 Agreement Amendment – Transbay Joint Powers Authority – Municipal Transportation Agency – Transbay Transit Center Program Services – No Additional Cost
39. 190734 Accept and Expend Grant – Retroactive – Metropolitan Transportation Commission – Affordable Housing Jumpstart Program Grant – $5,000,000
40. Environment Code – Checkout Bag Charge; Recyclable or Compostable Pre-Checkout Bags
41.
Resolution of Intent – Street and Public Easement Vacation – Mission Rock Project
55.
Charter Amendment – Homelessness Oversight Commission
57. Public Comment
58. Opposing California Assembly Bill No. 68 (Ting) – Accessory Dwelling Units – Unless Amended.
62. Supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 5 (Gonzalez) – Worker Status: Employees and Independent Contractor

Thursday, July 18, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
D,.
Public Comment
6. ADUs in New Construction
7. Calle 24 Special Area Design Guidelines
8a-b. 2300 Harrison
9a-d. 610-698 Brannan – Flower Mart 2000 Marin SUD
14a-b 3847-3849 18th St. (Church and Sanchez)

Monday, July 22, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
3.
190165 Non-residential use on 18th St. at Treat
6.
181211 Small Business permit streamlining
9.
190588 Hearing to present and discuss high-priority strategies to achieve deep greenhouse gas emission reductions by 2030; and requesting the Department of Environment to report. (Informational)

Tuesday, July 23, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
7. Adopt the SoMa Freeway Ramp Intersection Safety Study
9. Approve SF regioanally significant goals
12.
Lombard St. resolution
13.
Hgih Speed Rail altermative presentation
14. Update on Construction Mitigation program
16. Update on the SFMTA’s Siemens Light-Rail Vehicle Procurement
18. Public Comment

Tuesday, July 23, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
Search for new director

Tuesday, July 23, 2 PMagenda and docs
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
2.
PM Mayor’s Appearance
9.
Park Code Non-resident fees
21.
190417 Checkout bag charge
22.
190569 Place Charter Amendment to create independent Homeless oversight Commission.
38.
190584 Oridinance for voters to approve Tax on Net Rider Fares of Commercial Ride-Share Companies, Autonomous Vehicles, and Private Transit Services Vehicles.
44. 190598 Public Works Code – Modifies notice for installation of Personal Wireless Service Facility Site Permits. Less notice?
54. 190547 Administrative Code – Office of Racial Equity
55. 190404 Livable Neighborhoods settlement of case challenge to 2009 Housing Element.
64. 190679 Administrative Code for affordable housing projects
69. Pubic Comment

Wednesday, July 24, 6:30-8 PM
1001 Potrero Ave Wellness Center, 2nd floor in Building 5 Zuckerberg San Francisco General (ZSFG) Join us for the next Community Meeting where you can discuss neighborhood topics with city departments including: the Department of Public Health, Public Works, the Sheriff’s Department, the Municipal Transit Authority, and UCSF. UCSF will introduce the design team that’s working on plans for the new UCSF Research and Academic Building, which will be built in the hospital’s surface parking lot along 23rd Street. Construction will start in early 2020. Wellness Center, 2nd floor in Building 5 1001 Potrero Ave. SF 94110 Learn more: https://zuckerbergsanfranciscogeneral.org/about-us/events/

Thursday, July 25, 2 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission
E. Public comment
8. SB 5 Projects
11. 2014.9048enx 344 14th St. LP at Stevenson and Woodward
15. 2018-013122CUA 2966 24th and Alabama (Discolandia)

June 2019

We are on vacation, but there are some important items coming up. Check the agendas for the details.

Monday, June 3, 10 AM
Room 263 Rules Committee City Hall
Heminger Appointment to SFMTA Board Hearing at Rules Committee
Address letters to Supervisors: Ronen, Walton and Mar

Monday,  June 3, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
2.
Administrative, Police Codes – Programs for the Vehicular Homeless and Use of Vehicles for Human Habitation
3.
Planning, Business and Tax Regulations Codes – Accessory Dwelling Units in New Construction
4. Planning, Business and Tax Regulations Codes – Accessory Dwelling Units in New Construction

Tuesday, June 4, 2 PM
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
Board may vote on the Heminger Appointment
Address letters to all the Supervisors

Wednesday June 26, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Budget and Finance Committee

Thursday, June 6, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
8.
Affordable Housing in Central SOMA
9.
Office Development Annual Limit — Memo
Informational Presentation on establishing Procedures for Allocating San Francisco’s Office Development Annual Limit Program (Program), as defined in Planning Code Sections 320-324. Created in 1986, the Program limits the amount of office development (projects containing at least 25,000 square feet of office space) that can be permitted each year in the City and County of San Francisco. Preliminary Recommendation: None – Informational.

Monday, June 10, 2019 – agenda
Room 250, City Hall Land Use and Transportation/
2.
1990119 Urging Municipal Transportation Agency to Report Back with Findings of the New Rules for Taxi Pick-Ups at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and Urging SFO to Restrict Transportation Network Companies
3. 190477 Hearing – San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Preliminary Report – Safe, Reliable, Clean, Affordable Electric Service

Tuesday, June 11, 10:00 AM – agenda
Room 250, City Hall SFCTA
4.
Final approval on acquisition for theYerba Buena Island Southgate Road Realignment Improvements Project
10.
Contract with Nelson\Nygaard Consulting

Tuesday, June 12, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
1.
Special order with the Mayor at 2 PM – People living in vehicles in d-10
5. Administrative Code – Juvenile Hall Closure
6. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to allow applications for Mills Act contracts for historic properties to be filed concurrently with applications for designation of the same properties, expediting procedure.
8. Health, Administrative Codes – Housing Conservatorships
18. ADU in new construction
19. 190413 Administrative, Police Codes – Programs for the Vehicular Homeless and Use of Vehicles for Human Habitation
25. Public Comment

Thursday, June 13, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
4. 400-444 DIVISADERO STREET AND 1048-1064 OAK STREET CU doc
7. Connect SF doc
8. Public Land for Housing and Balboa Reservoir informational – 2017-016313CWP

Monday, June 17, 1:30PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation
1.
Hearing – San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Preliminary Report – Safe, Reliable, Clean, Affordable Electric Service – (continued to call of the chair)
2.
190432 Hearing – Status of Parking Attendants on City-Owned Garages, Existing Employees, Planned Layoffs, and System Automation. Peskin and Safai concerned about SFMTA decisions to automate. People do not feel safe when there are no people in the garages. There is a big concern around city automation. There may be a threat to the SFMTA budget over this issue.
4. 181211 Small Business Permit Streamlining – (continued?)
5. 190165 Legitimization Program for Non-Residential Uses at 3150-18th Street (CU to cure illegal use of PDR?)– (continued to call of the chair)

Tuesday, June 18, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400, City Hall SFMTA
9. Public comment
11. Transit only lane on Folsom

Tuesday, June 18, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250, City Hall Board of Supervisors
1. Juvenile Hall closure
4. Taxing ADUs
5. Permits for Vehicular Homeless and Use of Vehicles for Human Habitation

Wednesday, June 19, 10 AM – agenda rescheduled
Room 250 City Hall Supervisors Budget Committee
1.
The following departments are scheduled to appear before the Budget and Finance Committee on June 19, 2019:Assessor-Recorder,
Office of the Controller,
Office of the General City Responsibility,
City Attorney,
Office of the Mayor’s Office,
Elections,
Department of Environment,
Department of Human Resources,
Department of Fine Arts Museum,
Asian Art Museum,
City Administrator, Office of the Technology,
Department of Public Works,
Recreation and Park Department,
Health Service System,
Treasurer & Tax Collector,
Office of the Economic and Workforce Development,
Office ofArts Commission,
War Memorial,,
Library
Board of Supervisors
11. 190629 Park Code – Non-Resident Fees at Certain Specialty Attractions

Wednesday, June 19, 12:30 PM
Room 400 City Hall Historical Preservation Committee
informational  hearing on DEMOLITION legislation.

Thursday, June 20, 10 AM
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission and Building Inspection Commission
informational  hearing on DEMOLITION legislation

Thursday, June 20, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
informational hearing on SB-330 , Skinner bill Director Rahaim is the assigned Planning rep on this matter. (Check sfplanning.org for any changes to agenda.) track the bill here. (As part of the Director’s report?)
D. Public comment
5. Temporary Uses – allow temporary operation of a farmers’ market on the Department of Motor Vehicles Field Office parking lot at 1377 Fell Street

Monday, June 24, 10 AM – CANCELLED MEETING
Room 263 Rules Committee City Hall

Monday, June 24 9 AMagenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Special meeting
Adopting and implementing the decision and award of the Arbitration Board, establishinga successor Memorandum of Understanding with a number of unions and employees

Monday, June 24, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 Ctiy Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee

Tuesday, June 25, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA
9.
Approval of up to $700,000 professional services contract to Nelson/Nygaard to study congestion pricing

Tuesday, June 25, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 Ctiy Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
45-48. 3 PM Special
Hearing:
Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review – Seawall Lot 330 – installation of a SAFE Navigation Center for up to 200 people and removal of approximately 155 surface parking spaces.
61. Supporting Efforts to Preserve the Redstone Labor Temple
62. 190726 Resolution opposing AB 68 ADU legislation by Ting

Thursday, June 27, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
The SF Planning Department will present an analysis of SB 330.
E. Public Comment
11. SB 330 Housing Crisis Act of 2019 – Informational Presentation –Bill establishing a statewide housing emergency until 2025, during which time certain localities would be prohibited from reducing zoned capacity for housing, reducing housing density below what is permitted under existing zoning and the General Plan for proposed projects, or imposing certain new parking and design standards. In these jurisdictions, the demolition of existing affordable housing would be prohibited unless certain conditions are met. In all localities, the bill would generally limit the number of public hearings for code-complying housing projects, expedite some review timeframes, guarantee the zoning regulations in place at the time of a first application for up to three years, and allow for localities to delay enforcement of certain building code violations for “occupied substandard buildings” at the request of the property owner.Preliminary Recommendation: None – Informational.

Friday June 28, 10:30 AM – agenda
Room 263 City Hall Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee
Special Meeting

2. 190722 Hearing – Status of Worker Rights in California’s Gig Economy – Hearing on the current state of worker rights in California’s gig economy, and to analyze the potential impacts of the 2018 California Supreme Court’s Dynamex decision and California State Assembly Bill 5 on worker rights; and requesting the Office of Labor Standards and Enforcement to report.

 

May 2019

Monday,  May 6 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
2.
Administrative Code – Definition of Tourist or Transient Use Under the Hotel Conversion Ordinance

Tuesday, May 7, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
15.
Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code – Public Campaign Financing
18. Prevailing Wage Rates – Various Workers Performing Work in Connection with City Contracts or Property
22. Administrative Code – Residential Hotel Status Report Requirement
24. Ordinance amending the Police Code to require, in general, that brick-and-mortar businesses accept payment in cash in connection with the purchase of goods and services other than professional services.

Tuesday, May 7, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
9.
Public Comment
Consent Calendar
G.ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING EXCEPT PERMITTED CAR SHARE VEHICLES – Fell Street, south side, from 50 feet to 90 feet east of Laguna Street. M.ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING EXCEPT PERMITTED CAR SHARE VEHICLES Post Street, south side, from 100 feet to 138 feet east of Laguna Street.
Consent calendar contains plans to remove public parking areas for the exclusive use of private enterprise vehicles designated as “PERMITTED CAR SHARE VEHICLES” Shall we all sign up for Uber and Lyft so we can park?

Thursday, May 9, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
10. Youth Engagement in Planning
12. amending the Planning Code to allow Arts Activities, Philanthropic Administrative Services, and Public Facilities as a principal use on all stories, revise the Upper Market Neighborhood Commercial Transit (NCT) District
13. Open Space in Central SOMA informational
15a-b. 2300 Harrison/19th St. large project UMU
16a-b. 3847-49 18th St. DR and VAR

Monday, May 13, 10 AMagenda
Room 263 Rules Committee City Hall
1.
Hearing – Services to Support Housing Conservatorship Program
2.
Health, Administrative Codes – Housing Conservatorship

Monday, May 13, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
2.
Planning Code – Regional Commercial and Folsom Street Neighborhood Commercial Transit Districts, Arts Activities and Nighttime Entertainment Uses
3.
Hearing – Switchbacks on San Francisco Municipal Transportation Light Rail Lines
4.
Hearing – Municipal Transportation Agency Service Delivery and Performance Metrics

Tuesday, May 14, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting

Tuesday, May 14, 1 PM – Closed Meeting
Room 250 City Hall SFMTA Meeting

Tuesday, May 14, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
2 PM
Mayor’s Apearance
2.
Administrative Code – Residential Hotel Status Report Requirement
3. Police Code – Acceptance of Cash by Brick-and-Mortar Businesses
11. Administrative Code – Definition of Tourist or Transient Use Under the Hotel Conversion Ordinance
14. Administrative Code – Acquisition of Surveillance Technology
22. Support for AB 1481 Just Cause Tenant Evictions Legislation
25. Urging Creation of a Systematic Daylighting Plan

Thursday, May 16, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission

E. Public Comment
2. Civic Center Public Realm Plan

Monday, May 20, 10 AM – agenda
Room 263 Rules Committee
1.
Hearing – Services to Support Housing Conservatorship Program
2.
Health, Administrative Codes – Housing Conservatorships

Monday, May 20, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
Administrative Code – Programs for the Vehicular Homeless
2.
Administrative Code – Requirements for Mills Act Application – historic properties
3.
Planning, Business and Tax Regulations Codes – Accessory Dwelling Units in New Construction

Tuesday, May 21, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
5. [Final Approval] State and Federal Legislation Update – ACTION*
Support: Assembly Bill (AB) 659 (Mullin)
Oppose: AB 1112 (Friedman)
Oppose Unless Amended: AB 326 (Muratsuchi)
12. Public Comment

Tuesday, May 21, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
3. Administrative Code – Acquisition of Surveillance Technology
10-11. Assessment costs Building Code Enforcement Violations
15. Public Comment
21. Supporting a New Organizational Form to Support the Future of Caltrain
Petitions and Communications:
Office of the Mayor – appointment of Steve Heminger to SFMTA Board of Directors.
PUC Preliminary Report on Electric Service Options

Thursday, May 23, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
D.
Public Comment
10.
non-residential uses at 2150 18th St.
11.
Sea Level rise vulnerability and consequences assessment presentation
18.
400-444 Divisadero and 1048-1064 Oak St.

Monday, June 10, 10 AM – TBD
Room 263 Rules Committee City Hall (recheck for room)
Appointment of Heminger to the SFMTA Board of Directors
Address letters to Supervisors: Ronen, Walton and Mar

April 2019

Monday, April 1, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
Health, Planning, and Police Codes – Small Business Permit Streamlining
2.
Environment Code – Existing Buildings Energy Performance and Benchmarking
A hearing on the Resolution to Oppose SB 50 as it is currently proposed is scheduled to be heard has been moved to Thursday, April 4, 10 AM at Government Audit and Oversight Committee

Tuesday, April 2, 1 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
9.
Public Comment

Tuesday, April 2, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
5. Solar Energy Systems
6. Building, Business and Tax Regulations Codes – Temporary HomelessShelter Provisions During Shelter Crisis
7. Administrative, Planning Codes – Streamlined Contracting for HomelessServices and Siting for Homeless Shelters
10. Planning Code – Inclusionary Housing Fee
11. Business and Tax Regulations Code – Administration of Homelessness Gross Receipts Tax
12. Lease Agreement – Treasure Island Enterprises – Treasure Island Marina -$90,000 Initial Annual Base Rent
13. Lease Agreement – Treasure Island Sailing Center Foundation – TreasureIsland Sailing Center – $10,000 Minimum Annual Base Rent
3 PM Special
27-30. Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review- Outside Lands Festival Use Permit Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review- Outside Lands Festival Use Permit

Wednesday, April 3, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Budget and Finance Sub-Committee
13131212 Administrative Code – Nonprofit Organizations’ First-Right-to-Purchase Multi-Family Residential Buildings

Thursday, April 4, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Government Audit and Oversight Committee
2. CalSAWS Consortium – Creation of a 58-County Joint Powers Authority – Memorandum of Understanding
3. Hearing – Civil Grand Jury Report – Mitigating the Housing Crisis: Accessory Dwelling Units and Modular Housing
5. 190319 Opposing California State Senate Bill No. 50 (Wiener) – Housing Development: Incentives – Unless Amended

Thursday, April 4, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
EIR Report on 2014-0012E: Better Market Street informational
E. Public comment
10. 2014.0012E  Better Market Street – .2-mile corridor along Market Street from Steuart Street to Octavia Boulevard (District 3, District 5, and District 6), including portions of streets that intersect Market Street, four off-corridor intersections, the entirety of Charles J. Brenham Place, and a portion of Valencia Street between Market Street and McCoppin
11. Office Developement Annual Limit Program Update
22. 2963 22nd St. (Folsom  and Treat) DR.

Monday, April 9, 1:#0 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee

Tuesday, April 9, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
4.
Support/ Sponsor: Assembly Bill (AB) 1605 TingSupport: AB 40 (Ting) and Senate Bill (SB) 152 (Beall)Oppose: AB 553 (Melendez) and AB 1167 (Mathis)
9. Approve the Proposed Fiscal Year 2018/19 Budget Amendment
10. Major Capital Project Update -Better Market Street – informational
12. Public Comment

Tuesday, April 9, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
4.
Inclusionary Housing Fee
3 PM Special Order
20-27.
Appeal of Appeal of Determination of Community Plan Evaluation – 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street (Appellant Sue Hestor for South of Market Community Action Network)
29. Opposing SB50 – Housing Development: Incentives – Unless Amended
31. Public Comment
34. Requesting the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to Report on Options for Improving Electric Service through Acquisition, Construction or Completion of Public Utility

Thursday, April 11, 2 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday, April 9, 6 – 8 PM
3543 18th St., Women’s Building Auditorium – Mission Cultural Expansion
The City and County of San Francisco is gathering input from the community on the potential expansion of the Latino Cultural District within the Mission. Join us to learn about the Cultural District program and provide your thoughts about the potential expansion. Download the flyer for the event here. For more information contact: Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Diana Ponce De León at diana.poncedeleon@sfgov.org or (415) 554-6138.  For more information on the Cultural District Program contact: Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, Julia Sabory at julia.sabory@sfgov.org or (415) 701-5612.

Thursday, April 11, 2 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
10. 190048 Planning Code Amendment introduced by Supervisor Mandelman.
11.
Biodiversity Resolution
13.
City-wide cultural resources survey

Monday, April 15 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
2. 190141 Safe Parking pilot, legislative proposal – Legislative Digest
We may expect a crowd for this one. Read the material and decide if you want to send comments or show up to speak. on this: Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to establish the Relocation Assistance Fund for the Vehicularly Housed and to allow eligible vehicularly housed persons to receive financial assistance from the Fund for up to six months; require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (“HSH”) to establish a Safe Overnight Parking Program to provide eligible vehicularly housed persons a place to park and sleep in their vehicles overnight, case management, and other services; require HSH to collaborate with Municipal Transportation Agency to develop an On-Street Parking Citation and Tow-and-Storage-Fee Abatement Program to provide eligible vehicularly housed persons with waivers or reduced parking fines and fees.
3. Housing Balance Report

Tuesday, April 16, 1 PMagenda and referenced materials
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
9. Public Comment
11. Presentation and discussion regarding Powered Scooter Share Mid-Pilot Evaluation findings.
12. Amending the Transportation Code, Division II, to modify existing Stationless Bicycle Share Permit Program
13. Approving parking and traffic modifications along Sansome, Battery, Vallejo, and Davis streets between Lombard Street and Jackson Street associated with the Sansome and Battery Connections Project as follows:
15. Amending the Transportation Code Division II Section 405 to expand the South Embarcadero Special Event Parking Area to include blocks in the vicinity of the Chase Center. (This is the privitization of city streets for the enjoyment of sports fans that will turn neighborhoods into swarming Uber Lyft gridlock. If the traffic can even get to the parking allotments on the street.)
16.
Approving various parking and traffic modifications along the 27 Bryant route from Cyril Magnin (5th Street) at Market to Jackson Street at Van Ness as part of the 27 Bryant Transit Reliability Project.

Tuesday, April 16, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
10.
Administrative, Business and Tax Regulations Codes – Nonprofit Organizations’ First-Right-to-Purchase Multi-Family Residential Buildings
25. CalSAWS Consortium – Resolution approving the creation of a 58-County Joint Powers Authority – Memorandum of Understanding.
37. Supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 857 (Chiu and Santiago) – Public Banking Act.

Thursday April 18, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
E.
Public Comment
8. 2018 Housing Inventory Report
11-12. CU to convert PDR into cannabis cultivation.

Tuesday, April 23, 10 AMagenda and docs.
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA
Consent Calendar:
5.
[Final Approval] State and Federal Legislation Update–ACTION
Support/ Sponsor: AB 1605, Ting, Support: AB 40 (Ting) and BB 152 (Beall)
Oppose: AB 553 (Melendez) and AB 1167 (Mathis)
9. [Final Approval]Approve the Proposed Fiscal Year 2018/19 Budget Amendment– ACTION*
Regular Calendar:
10. Final Approval]Allocate $62,767,634 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds, with Conditions, for Light Rail Vehicle Procurement– INFORMATION/ACTION* Resolution

Tuesday, April 23, 1 PM – Closed session
One South Van Ness Ave. SFMTA Board Meeting

Tuesday, April 23, 2 PMagenda – docs
Room 250 City Hall SF Board of Supervisors Meeting
2 PM Special Mayor’s Appearance:
1. Transparency and opportunities for public input during the budget process forFY2019-2020 (District 4)
5. 10 year capital expenditure plan
11. Administrative Code – Programs for the Vehicular Homeless]
12. SB 1 expenditure plan
16. AB 3632 Three-Year Pilot Program for Supervised Drug Consumption
19. Motion rejecting the Mayor’s appointment of Reese Isbell to the Residential Rent Stabilization and Arbitration Board
27. Public Comment

Thursday, April 25, 1 PMagenda and docs
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
3a-b. 2300 Harrison large project (Proposed Continuance to May 9, 2019)
9. Temporary use of development project sites
10. Potrero Power Station – informational
11a-c. 5 Third Street Hearst Building

Monday, April 29 1:30 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Meeting
1.
Administrative Code – Residential Hotel Status Report Requirement
2. [Administrative Code – Definition of Tourist or Transient Use Under the Hotel Conversion Ordinance]

Tuesday, April 30 2 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Board of Supervisor Meeting
10.
[Administrative Code – Programs for the Vehicular Homeless]
25. Mayoral Appointment, Planning Commission – Frank Fun
29. Public Comment

Thursday, May 2 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
E.
Public Comment
13.
CASA – Committee to House the Bay Area Informational review of MTC regional policy packages
14a-b. Seawall Lots 323 and 324 – Teatro ZinZanni project CU
15a-b. 915 North Point Street CU

 

 

 

 

March 2019

Monday, March 4, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1-2.
175 Golden Gate Ave.

Tuesday, March 5, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall MTA Board meeting

11. Presentation and discussion regarding the Bike Share community outreach process: presentation
12. Presentation on the proposed changes to the new Siemens Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) 4  cars.  This is a presentation and discussion item. SEATING is presented with photographs. All you Muni riders should be aware that NOW is the time to influence the Board of Directors on guidance they will provide staff.  Attendance and public comment  count.  Silence is agreement. On the link below scroll to item 12 for the slide presentation. presentation
13. Awarding Contract No. 1306, L Taraval Improvement Project – SF Zoo to Sunset Boulevard, to NTK Construction, to construct capital improvements along the L Taraval corridor between SF Zoo and Sunset Boulevard.

Tuesday, March 5, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
13.
Establish SoMa West Community Benefit district
31.
Establish oversight committee as an advisory committee to monitor the City’s use of tax revenue received under the Homelessness Gross Receipts Tax established by Proposition C over dispensation of funds under Proposition C.
34. 181213 Vacant or abandoned commercial storefronts annual registration fees
35.
190001 Administrative Code – County Adult Assistance Programs. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to expand eligibility for assistance under the Personal Assistance Employment Services (PAES) Program, the Cash Assistance Linked to Medi-Cal (CALM) Program, and the Supplemental Security Income Pending (SSIP) Program, to adults who are ineligible for assistance under the CalWORKs Program due to the lifetime limit on the receipt of assistance, and whose children are no longer minors, or are no longer under the care and control of the adult.
60. Resolution supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 1611, authored by Assembly Member David Chiu, which would extend consumer protections from the practice of “balance billing” to all privately-insured patients at San Francisco General Hospital.
61. 190225 ADU approval process: Extending to 90 day a decision on clarifying the ministerial approval process and create an expedited Board of Appeals process for certain ADUs in single-family homes meeting specific requirements.
62. Supporting SB 281 prohibiting firearms sales at Cow Palace.

Thursday, March 7, 2 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
E. Public Comment
12. 18-013861MAP PCA In D-11 – Permit applications for Dwelling Units that result in either a gross floor area exceeding 2,500 square feet or five or more bedrooms in the RH-1, RH-2, and RH-3 Zoning Districts in the proposed District 11 Large Residence Special Use District would require Conditional Use authorization. Staff recommends disapproval.
13. Requrie CU for Employee cafeterias in office spaces.
14. ADUs in new construction. clarifying process for approval.
15. Small Business Streamlining – Modify Nighttime Entertainment use food service requirements, in residential neighborhoods

Monday, March 11, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
Inclusionary Housing
2.
Solar Energy Systems

Tuesday, March 12, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors

Wednesday, March 13, 10 AM agenda
Room 263 City Hall Government Audit and Oversight Committee
Special Meeting
2. 190156 Hearing – Department Subversion of Board of Supervisors Authority to Approve Contracts Pursuant to Charter, Section 9.118 – Inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the retroactive nature of the Board of Supervisors’ approval… of contracts to which the City and County of San Francisco are a party…and requesting the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing and Human Services Agency to report.
3. 160443 Hearing – Role of the City’s State Legislation Committee and the Advocacy Procedures and Protocols of the City Lobbyist.

Thursday, March 14, 1 PMagenda  APPEARS TO BE CANCELLED
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
E.
Public Comment
12. SB 50 presentation – MORE TIME TO READ AND COMMENT ON THE REPORT

Monday, March 18, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
Declaring a Climate Emergency in San Francisco

Tuesday, March 19, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall MTA Board meeting
11.
Presentation and discussion regarding the SFMTA Fiscal Year 2018 financial statements.
12. Presentation and discussion regarding transit service.

Tuesday, March 19, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
8.
Police, Business and Tax Regulations, Transportation Codes – Event-Related Cannabis Permits – Application Fee
21.
171194 Building Code – Installation of Solar Energy Systems
22.
Inclussionary housing feeOrdinance amending the Planning Code to require all projects using the State Density Bonus law, regardless of environmental evaluation application date, to pay the inclusionary fee on any additional units or square footage allowed by the state law
23. Temporary Homeless Shelter Provisions During Shelter Crisis
24. Streamlined Contracting for Homeless Services and Siting for Homeless Shelters
33. Public Comment

Thursday, March 21, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
E.
Public Comment
8. 2018 Housing Inventory Report

 

 

 

February 2019

Monday, February 4, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall – Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
1.
1812313 Vacant or abandoned Commercial Storefronts
2. Police Housing
3. Street Encroachment [Dogpatch Arts Plaza on a Portion of 19th Street]
4. Street Encroachment [Eagle Plaza on a Portion of 12th Street at Harrison Street]
INFILL NOW MEANS FILLING IN STREETS, NOT JUST EMPTY LOTS AND PARKING LOTS?
Let the Supervisors know how you feel about this.

Tuesday, February 5, 1 PM agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
11. Approving parking and traffic restrictions on Felton Street, Bowdoin Street, Woolsey Street, and University Street on the perimeter of the University Mound Reservoir.
12. Approving overnight parking restrictions on a portion of Napoleon Street.

Tuesday, February 5, 2 PMagenda (includes links to supporting documents)
Room 250 City Hall – Board of Supervisors Meeting
32.
181155 Public Works Code – Major Encroachment Permit Revocation Hearings. Appeals process to be established.
45-46. Western SoMa Community Benefit District approval hearing
50. Urging California State Legislators to Allow for the Creation of a Public Banking Charter

Wednesday, February 6, 5 PM – agenda– supporting docs
Room 416 City Hall Court of Appeals
6.  Appeal tree removal on 16th Street.
Stop the cutting down of the trees in front of the Redstone Building and along 16th St to make way for a new red lanes program! Details:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2281749572151086/
11A-B.  Appeal Demolition Permit of a PDR business to replace it with a 53-unit luxury housing project at 2445 16th St with only 9 affordable housing units on the site! We need to protect local businesses and jobs.
10.  Appeal building permit for the developer who demolished the historic Cine Latino facade instead of preserving it!

Thursday, February 7, 4 PM – agenda
2:30 PM rally
at 18th/Dolores St ahead of hearings
3750 18th St. Mission High School  – Planning Commission Meeting
“No Monster in the Mission” opposes the Project proposed for 16th and Mission and requested this special off-site hearing in the community. This is the first opportunity to speak directly to the Planning Commission and Maximus. If you have any questions about the hearing contact info@plaza16.org. Please note: Supervisors may take public comments but they cannot take sides or be involved in any development agreements at this stage of the project. To do so would mean they would have to recuse themselves if any future appeals come before the Board at a later date. https://www.facebook.com/events/277890739546685/

Monday, February 11, 1:30 PM agenda
Room 250 City Hall – Land Use and Transportation Meeting

Tuesday, February 12, 10 AMagenda (includes links to supporting documents)
Room 250 City Hall – SFCTA Meeting
6. Approve the 2019 State and Federal Legislative Program – ACTION*  resolution
7.
State and Federal Legislation Update – ACTION*  resolution  Support: Assembly Bill 252 (Daly) and Senate Bill 127 (Wiener)

Tuesday, February 12, 2 PMagenda (includes links to supporting documents)
Room 250 City Hall – Board of Supervisors Meeting
3.
181155 [Public Works Code – Major Encroachment Permit Revocation Hearings]
12.
181108 [Police, Housing Codes – Required Disclosure of Storm Flood Risks]
Ordinance amending the Police Code to require sellers or landlords of real property in San Francisco to disclose to buyers or tenants that the property is located within the flood risk zone delineated on the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s 100-Year Storm Flood Risk Map
14.
190053Street Encroachment Permit – Eagle Plaza on a Portion of 12th Street at Harrison Street
32.
[Approval of a 90-Day Extension for Planning Commission Review of Planning, Building Codes – Controls on Residential Demolition, Merger, Conversion, and Alteration (File No. 181216)

Thursday, February 14, 2 PM agenda and supportive docs.
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
13.
Executive Directive on Housing Report – informational
14. Nonprofit Organizations’ First-Right-to-Purchase Multi-Family Residential Buildings.
15. Inclusionary Housing Fee for  State Density Bonus Projects
16. Appeal of Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration for conversion of 5 Third Street (Hearst Building)

Tuesday, February 19, 1 PM agenda and supportive docs
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
9.
Public Comment
11. Authorizing the Director to implement parking and traffic modifications along Third Street between King and Mission streets South of Market as part of the Third Street Transit and Safety Project as follows… (see docs)
12. Approving parking and traffic modifications along Brannan Street between Delancey Street and 8thStreet associated with the Brannan Street Safety Project as follows… (see docs)
13. Authorizing the Director to approve Modification No. 93 to Contract No. 1300, Third Street Light Rail Program Phase 2 – Central Subway Stations, Surface, Track and Systems (Contract 1300)

Tuesday, February 19, 2 PM – CLOSED FOR HOLIDAY
Room 250 City Hall – Board of Supervisors Meeting

Thursday, February 21, 1 PM agenda and supportive docs.
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
D.
Public Comment
8.
Amending the Planning Code to allow Arts Activities and Nighttime Entertainment as Principally Permitted Uses in historic buildings in the RCD (Regional Commercial District) Haney
9. Planning Code Amendment to change zoning controls for Non-Retail Sales and Service Uses in the C-3-R
10. Better Market Street – informational (docs with maps)
11. Shaving a lane off the Great Highway while maintaining share bike lanes
between Sloat Boulevard and Skyline Boulevard.

Monday, February 25, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1. 181213 Building Code – Vacant or Abandoned Commercial Storefronts

Tuesday, February 26, 10 AMagenda and packet
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
5.
Approve Federal Legislative program
6. Approve State Legislative program
12. New Items introduced
13. Public Comments

Tuesday, February 26, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Thursday,  February 28, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commissioners
D.
Public Comment
6. Homeless Shelters in PDR and SALI Districts
7. Small Business Permit Streamlining
9a-b. 2779 Folsom Street

 

 

 

 

 

January 2019

Monday, January 7, 1 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Housing and Transportation Committee Meeting
1.
HomeSF Project Authorization
2. Planning Code – Conversion of Medical Cannabis Dispensary Use to Cannabis Retail
3. Zoning Controls and Fees in the C-3-R (Downtown Retail) District

Tuesday, Janaury 8,  12 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Special Board of Supervisors Meeting
to swear in new supervisors and election of a new Board President, who will assign committees.

Thursday, January 9, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
2a-b. 3 140-3150 16th St. (Albion and Valencia) CU and varience. (continuance?)
E. General Comment
12. 2018-017238CWP  Tall Buidings Safety Strategy – info only

Monday, January 14, 1 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee

Monday, January 14, 5:50 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Small Business Commission Meeting
3. Approval of Legacy Business Registry Applications and Resolutions. (Discussion and Action Item)
b) Bay View Boat Club (Application No.: LBR-2018-19-015)

Tuesday, January 15, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
9.
Public Comment
10.
Consent Calendar:
10.2 E-F
No left or u-turns turn from Potrero Ave. northbound at 25th and 22nd St.
10.3
Amending Transportation Code, Division II, Sections 201 and 203 to: (1) authorize the City Traffic Engineer to install signs prohibiting parking for street cleaning on the dates and times requested by the DPW, (2) revise signage or red curb marking requirements for parking restrictions near fire hydrants, (3) require SFMTA Board of Directors approval to close a street to vehicular traffic for other than ISCOTT permitted events, and (4) revise the procedure for a Final SFMTA Decision that is subject to San Francisco Board of Supervisors review. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution and amendment. (as per Ordinance 180089),
Explanation of Board of Supervisors review of certain SFMTA Decisions: Certain parking and traffic modifications as well as Private Transportation Programs that involve certain parking modifications can be reviewed by the Board of Supervisors. These decisions are subject to review within 30 calendar days after they are made by the SFMTA Board of Directors. For information on requesting a review, contact the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors at City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244, San Francisco, CA 94102, call (415) 554-5184. Ordinance No. 127-18 specifying which SFMTA decisions are reviewableby the Board of Supervisors can be accessed on-line: https://sfbos.org/sites/default/files/o0127-18.pdf

Tuesday, January 15, 2 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Board or Supervisors Meeting
4.
180090 [Building Code – Electric Vehicle Charging Stations – Expedited Permit Process
45. [Planning Code – HOME-SF Project Authorization] Ordinance amending the Planning Code to require additional findings necessary.
46. [Planning Code – Conversion of Medical Cannabis Dispensary Uses to Cannabis Retail Uses]
50. 181242 [Hearing – Committee of the Whole – CleanPowerSF Community Aggregation Program Electric Generation Rates and Charges – SFPUC – January 15, 2019]
3 PM Special Order
55.
CEQA appeal on 84 Page Street
59. CEQA appeal on 11 Gladys Street
63. CEQA appeal on 3637-3657 Sacramento Street
67. Appeal of CU on 3637-3657 Sacramento Street

Thursday, January 17, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
8.
70 Valencia St. Zoning Amendment
9. Polk/Pacific Special Area Design Guidelines
10. Economic Trends and Housing Pipeline
11. 10 Van Ness Ave. (SW corner at Market) – Demolish 2-story building to build 984 dwelling units about ground floor commercial space.
12. 145 Laurel St. CU

Martin Luther King Celebrations

Thursday, January 24, 10 AMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Joint Planning and Historic Preservation Commission Meeting
1.
Communication between Commissions
2.
Retained elements policy

Thursday, January 24, 2 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
E.
Public comment
10.
Racial and social equity initiative – informational

Monday, January 28, 1:30 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SF Land Use and Transportation Committee
2.
181155 Public Works Code – Major Encroachment Permit Revocation Hearings
Ordinance amending the Public Works Code to allow five members of the Board of Supervisors to schedule an administrative hearing before the Board regarding potential revocation of a major encroachment permit when the Director of Public Works has not taken timely steps to schedule and hold a hearing or issue a decision regarding the revocation

Tuesday, January 29, 9 AMworkshop agenda
2640 Geary Blvd. Classtooms C,D, & E – Special Annual SFMTA Board Meeting
Referenced Material : Presentation and discussion regarding
6. Financial and legal responsibilities of SFMTA
7. Fiscal Year 2018 Annual Report
8. SFMTA’s Strategic Plan Goal 1 including an update on Vision Zero
9. Transit workforce, transit ridership and use of transit-only lanes
(break for lunch)
10. Emerging mobility and autonomous vehicles and “Mobility as a Service”
11. Employee engagement survey results, and organizational development
12. Public Comment

Tuesday, January 29, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SF County Transportation Authority
6.
Election of Chair and Vice Chair for 2019

Tuesday, January 29, 11 AM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall SF County Transportation Authority
Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency

Tuesday, January 29, 2 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Board or Supervisors Meeting
66. Supporting Wiener’s SB 127 –
Complete Streets for Active Living

Thursday, January 31, 2 PMagenda – Supporting Documents
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
12.
2018-016562PCA Inclusionary Housing Fee for State Bonus Density Projects
13.
Housing Strategies and Plans Economic Trends and Housing Pipeline.
CASA Compact public comments

Thursday, February 7, 2 PMagenda
3750 18th Street Mission High School
Special Off-site Planning Commission Meeting
2. 2013.1543 
1979 Mission Street – northeast corner of 16th and Mission Streets adjacent to 16th Street BART Station… Please read the agenda details and come prepared, or contact the principals of the event. More details may be forthcoming, including a facebook event link. Informational only

December 2018


Monday, December 3, 12:30 PM

Community members from around the city will be meeting in solidarity at city hall to rally and then move inside to provide public comment about the harms red lanes have already brought to our community and why our transit lanes should not be used by tech shuttles and other private transportation.
Transit Justice for Red Lanes (download flyer)

Monday December 3, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
Item 8. 
180876 Hearing – San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency – Red Transit-Only Lanes – Sponsored by Sandra Fewer and Hillary Ronen. Bring your issues with corporatization of our streets to the hearing.

Tuesday December 4, 12:30 PM
City Hall steps Transit Justice Callout:
Community members from around the city will meet again in solidarity at 12:30pm at city hall to bring their message of transit justice to the MTA board at their regularly scheduled board meeting in Room 400.

Tuesday December 4, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
9. Public Comment
11.
Approving a parking protected bikeway and parking and traffic modifications, along Valencia Street between Market and 15th streets until June 30, 2020
12. Presentation and discussion regarding the Muni Improvement Plan – presentation

Tuesday, December 4, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
7.  181028 Off-street parking code changes
15. Environmental Code. Refuse separation.
23. Permit review procedures in NCDs.
30. Public Comment

Thursday, December 6, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
D.
General comment
7.2018-014996 Home SF Project Authorization – 181046
10. 344 14th Street LPA request

Monday, December 10, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
2.
[Planning Code, Zoning Map – District 11 Large Residence Special Use District]
3. [Planning Code – HOME-SF Project Authorization]
6. 180970 [Bi-Annual Housing Balance Report Nos. 6 and 7]

Tuesday, December 11, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA
7.
Scope and See additional funding for Congestion Pricing Study
9. [Final Approval] Adopt the District 10 Mobility Management Study
12. Major Capital Project Update – Better Market Street – INFORMATION
13. Update on the Transbay Transit Center Girder Fractures and the Study of Governance, Management, Oversight and Delivery of the Downtown Extension
14-16. Items from the Personnel Committee

Tuesday, December 11, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
1. Mayor’s appearance
181195 Educational Revenue Augmented Fund (ERAF) (District 10)
4.
[Appropriation – Proceeds from Special Tax Bonds – Transbay Transit Center Project – FY2018-2019 – $200,000,000
5. 181077 [Business and Tax Regulations Code – Validation Actions and Statute of Repose for November 2018 Proposition C]
14. [Planning Code – Permit Review Procedures for Uses in Neighborhood Commercial Districts]
15. 181028 [Planning Code – Off-Street Parking Requirements]
36. 180735 [Administrative Code – Harassment of Tenants in Single-Family Units Through Rent Increases]

Thursday, December 13, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Budget and Finance Committee Meeting
27.
Hearing on the Public Bank Task Force
https://www.facebook.com/events/1943950349245892/

Thursday, December 13, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday, December 18, 10 AM – no agenda ?
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA

Tuesday, December 18, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
9. General Public Comment
12. Adopting the FY 2019 – 2023 Capital Improvement Program totaling $3 billion
13. Approving Policy Guidelines for restricting overnight parking of oversized vehicles on San Francisco streets.
14. Approving the SFMTA’s 2019 Legislative Programlobbying with taxpayer dollars
Staff Report PDF and Slide Presentation PDF
Ordinance No. 127-18 specifying which SFMTA decisions are reviewable by the Board of Supervisors can be accessed on-line: https://sfbos.org/sites/default/files/o0127-18.pdf

Tuesday, December 18, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SF Board of Supervisors Special Meeting

Thursday, December 20, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall SF Planning Commission
E. General Public Comment

 

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November 2018

Monday, November 5, 1:30 PM – HEARING CANCELLED AGAIN!
Room 250 City Hall – Supervisors Land Use and Transportation
Hearing on who will get to drive in the Red Lanes.
Don’t miss your chance to write comments on the Red Lanes and other corporate deals that are turning our public streets into private access enterprise zones.
https://metermadness.wordpress.com/2018/10/12/who-will-be-allowed-to-drive-in-the-red-lanes/

Tuesday, November 6
DON’T FORGET TO VOTE!

Tuesday, November 6, 1 PM
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting

Tuesday, November 8, 2 PM
Room 400 City Hall SF Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday, November 13, 10 AM
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting

Tuesday, November 13, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SF Board of Supervisors Meeting
Item 6.
180914 – [Modifying Better Streets Plan Requirements and Curb Cut Restrictions]
Item 12. 180910 – [Planning Code – Affordable Housing Projects on Undeveloped Lots in Service/Arts/Light Industrial Districts]
Item 45. 180806 – [Planning Code – Temporary Pop-Up Retail, Flexible Retail, and Arts Activities Uses]
Item 46. 180862 – [Transportation Code – Board of Supervisors Review of Bus Rapid Transit Projects (video link to Committee Meeting hearing on item 6)

Wednesday November 14, 12-1 PM – (agenda)
Room 278 City Hall Room  – Community Meeting 1 to discus removal of off-street parking requirements in new residential construction. (RSVP)
For questions or more information about the proposed legislation, contact Paul.Chasan@sfgov.org. (note that the wrong email link is online. We have corrected it.)

Thursday November 15, 9-10 AM (agenda)
Room 278 City Hall Room  – Community Meeting 2 to discus removal of off-street parking requirements in new residential construction. (RSVP)
For questions or more information about the proposed legislation, contact Paul.Chasan@sfgov.org. (note that the wrong email link is online. We have corrected it.)

Thursday, November 19, 2 – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SF Planning Commission Meeting

Wednesday November 19, 6-7 PM – (agenda)
Room 278 City Hall  – Community Meeting 3 to discus removal of off-street parking requirements in new residential construction. (RSVP)
For questions or more information about the proposed legislation, contact Paul.Chasan@sfgov.org. (note that the wrong email link is online. We have corrected it.)

Tuesday, November 20, 10 AM
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting

Monday, November 26, 1:30 PM
Room 250 City Hall BOS Land Use and Transportation Meeting
5.
181028 Planning Code – Off-Street Parking Requirementremoving minimum requirements.

Tuesday November 27, 10AM – agenda – packet
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA

Tuesday November 27, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall BOS Meeting
1. 181139 Formal Policy Discussion with Mayor at 2 PM – Board Pkt 112718
Spending on and Planning for Homelessness/Homeless Services (District 5)
Affordable, Quality Early Care and Education and It’s Workforce (District 7)
Homelessness (District 8)
13. 81028 Planning Code – Off-Street Parking Requirementremoving minimum requirements.
14. 180490 General Plan Amendments – Central South of Market Area Plan
15. 180184 Administrative, Planning Codes – Central South of Market Area Plan
16. 180185 Planning Code, Zoning Map – Central South of Market Special Use District]
32. 181093 Committing to Enhancing Coastal Habitats in the Face of Climate Change and Sea Level Rise

Wednesday, November 28, 6:30-8 PM
2nd floor in Building 5, 1001 Potrero Avenue, ZSFG Wellness Center,
Community Meeting:
Officials from the San Francisco Department of Public Health, Department of Public Works, Municipal Transit Authority, Sheriff’s Department; and the University of California, San Francisco will be participating.
If you have questions or concerns about this event, please contact: Leah Pimentel, Assistant Director, Community Relations at leah.pimentel@ucsf.edu, (415) 514-2651

Thursday, November 29, 2 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall SF Planning Commission Meeting
11. 2018-07888PCA Polk/PacificSpecial Area Design Guidelines
14. 2018 -015088PCA Amend the code to make permanent the pilot program – removing neighborhood notice and planning commission review for certain uses in NCDs in Supervisorial Districts 4 and 11 ( As of the date of this report, the Planning Department has not received any public comment regarding the proposed Ordinance.) You might want to check the uses if you live in those districts.
20a. 2017-001270CUA  3140-3150 16th at Albion – Conversion of an Auto Repair into a large entertainment complex with rooftop outdoor activity located near resident dwelling units.
21a-b. 2013.0655CUA/VAR 1513 York Street – CU and Variance requested. The plan appears to be to build on the vacant shared rear yards in the middle of the block with access via a single driveway. How does the fire department feel about this plan?