October 2018

Sorry that we need to take a break on the calendar this month. Please refer to the Agenda page for links to the agenda. https://cancalendar.wordpress.com/agendas/

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September 2018

Tuesday, September 4, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Meeting
12.
Next generation modifications of 6 year contract

Tuesday, September 4, 1 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall BOS Meeting
5.
180547 [Prioritizing Affordable Housing projects]
14.
180364 [Planning Code – Affordable Housing Projects on Undeveloped Lots in Service/Arts/Light Industrial Districts
15. 180558 [Repeal of Public Works Code – Repeal of Reclaimed Water Use Ordinance]
16-19. 180651 [Hearing – Appeal of Final Environmental Impact Report Certification – Central SoMa Plan]
20-23. 180294  [Appeal of Final Mitigated Negative Declaration – Proposed Alcatraz Ferry Embarkment Project]
25-27. 180788 [Approving Conditional Use Authorization – 143 Corbett Avenue

Wednesday, September 5, 6 PMagenda
Transportation Authority Hearing Room, Floor 22 1455 Market
SFCTA CAC Meeting
5.
Report on Van Ness BRT
6. Prop K funds approval
7. Pennsylvania Re-alignment Proposal Approval
9. Support AB 1184, Ting Autonomous vehicles bill

Thursday, September 6, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
2011.1356TZU – Central SOMA plan and Housing Sustainability District – Proposed for continuance to September 13

Thursday, September 6, 5:30 PMagenda
Union Square Conference Room 7080, 1 South Van Ness
7.
Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding the SFMTA Commuter Shuttle Program and private transportation companies. (Philip Cranna, Manager, Enforcement and Legal Affairs. Explanatory documents include a report.)
8. Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding Motivate Bike Share. (Adri an Leung, Manager, SFMTA Bikeshare Program. Explanatory documents include two handouts.)

Monday, September 10, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall BOS Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
1-5.
180490 General Plan Amedments Central SOMA, SUD,Housing Sustainabiity, Tax Regulations, Planning Codes, and Special Tax Financing Law
6.
180483 Ocean Ave. Commercial Transit Center
7.
170844 Utility Undergrounding report

Monday, September 10, 5:30 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Small Business Commission
3.
Legacy Business Registration Applications
5. 
180806 -Planning Code – Flexible Retail Use D-4

Tuesday, September 11, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
5.
Support SB 1184
6. Allocate $8,062,238 in Prop K Sales Tax Fund
7. Adopt the Pennsylvania Alignment as the Preliminary Preferred Alternative

Tuesday, September 11,  2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall BOS Meeting
1. 180875 Policy Discussions with Mayor-  Housing Production and ADUs
5.
180364 Permiting Affordable Housing Projects on Undeveloped Lots in Service/Arts/Light Industrial Districts
7. 
180768 Welfare Client Data System Consortium
8. 170786 Proposed SoMa West Community Benefit District
9-12. 3 PM Special:
180651 Appeal on EIR of theCentral SoMa Plan Report
13. Committee of the Whole:
180791 Establish Sub-Project Areas along the waterfront, to form Infrastructure and Revitalization Financing District No. (see docs for details.) Adjourn.
14-17. 180773 Establishing Sub-Project Areas along the waterfront, Infrastructure Financing Plan (Port of San Francisco, Pier 70 (see docs for details.)

Tuesday, September 13,  1 PM – agenda
Room 4000 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
18a-b.
011.1356TZU and 2018-004477PCA Central SoMa Plan : Approval of Amendments to the Planning Code and Administrative Code Ordinance
DRs:
42 Otis St.,  838 Page St., 1267 Rhode Island St.

Monday, September 17, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1-3.
180816 India Basin Mixed-use project, SUD, Investment LLC,
4. 180812 Agreement Amendment – California Department of Transportation – Incorporate Additional Facilities and City Trench Standards (Highway maintenace)
6. 180878 Hearing WeDriveU and Hallcon Transportation, f.d.b.a. Loop’s Correspondence With Service Disruption Plan Provisions.

Tuesday, September 18, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
12. Presentation and discussion regarding the station-less bike share pilot program presentation doc (includes GoBike stations)

Tuesday, September 18, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting

Thursday, September 20, 1 PMCANCELLED
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting

Monday, September 24, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1-7. Landmark designation for various properties as historic or significant resources
9-11. India Basin mixed-use project general plan, SUD,investment LLC
12. Supporting California State Proposition 10

Tuesday, September 25, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
7.
[Final Approval] Adopt the Pennsylvania Alignment approach to the DTX.

Tuesday, September 25, 2 PM agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
18.
180364 Planning Code – Affordable Housing Projects on Undeveloped Lots in Service/Arts/Light Industrial Districts
26.
Resolution declaring a shelter crisis pursuant to Senate Bill 850 
33.
Resolution urging Kaiser Permanente to protect its messenger driver, parking attendant, licensed vocational nurse, and department secretary employees from being outsourced.
34. Motion approving the Mayor’s nomination for the appointment of Amanda Eaken to the Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors, for a term ending March 1, 2019.
3 PM Special:
39-42. 180651 Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the certification of a Final Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Central SoMa Plan identified in Planning Case No. 2011.1356E, issued by the Planning Commission through Motion No. 20182 dated May 10, 2018. (District 6) (Appellants: Richard Drury, of Lozeau Drury LLP on behalf of Central SoMa Neighbors and SFBlu; Angelica Cabande for the South of Market Community Action Network (SOMCAN); John Elberling for the Yerba Buena Neighborhood Consortium; Phillip Babich of Reed Smith LLP, on behalf of One Vassar, LLC) (First appeal filed on June 8, 2018, and the subsequent three appeals filed on June 11, 2018.)
43-46. 180841 Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the certification of a Final EIR for a proposed project at 700 Innes Avenue, 900 Innes Avenue, India Basin Open Space, and India Basin Shoreline Park, identified in Planning Case No. 2014-002541ENV

Thursday, September 27, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
15.
2014.0376CUA 2918 Mission (25th/26th) CU
17a-b.
858 Stanyan St. (across from Gold Gate Park) CU Shadow determination and Rear Yard Variance
20a-b. Central SOMA general plan amendments and Planning and Business tax code amendments.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING October 11, 2018 -Case No. 2015-005848DVA-05: Modification of 1629 Market Street Mixed-Use Project Development Agreement [Board File No. 180891] located on the south side of Market Street between 12th and Brady St.

Tuesday, October 2 – CANCELLED
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board of Directors Meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 2018

Monday, July 9, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
2. 180269 [Planning, Building Codes – Accessory Dwelling Units] ADU
3. 180456 [Planning Code – HOME-SF and 100% Affordable Housing Bonus Program]
6. 180490 [General Plan Amendments – Central South of Market Area Plan]

Monday, July 9, 5:30 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Small Business Commission Meeting
2.
General Public Comment
3.
Presentation on the 16th Street Improvement Project – Explanatory Documents: 16th Street Improvement Project; Map of Construction Area; Bicycle Network Enhancements
4. Presentation and possible action to support San Francisco’s Local Business Enterprise (LBE) small businesses regarding their efforts to maintain their businesses as it pertains to BOS File No: 170205

Tuesday, July 10, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall – SFCTA Meeting
4. Leglislative positions: https://www.sfcta.org/sites/default/files/content/Executive/Meetings/board/2018/07-Jul-10/Item%204%20-%20State%20Legislation.pdf
6. Projects: including: (SFMTA) Geary Bus Rapid Transit – Phase 1 Near Term ($1,392,213), Alemany and Rousseau Traffic Signal Conduits ($150,000) and Local Track Application – Based Traffic Calming Program ($200,000); (BART) Balboa Park Station Area Improvements ($700,000); (SFCTA) Geary Bus Rapid Transit – Additional Funds ($854,000)
9. Adopt the Emerging Mobility Evaluation Report – ACTION*  resolution  enclosure
Including TNCs, on-demand, shared, ride-hails, autonomous vehicles, robots and drones.
14. Public Comments

Tuesday, July 10, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
15.
180423 Review for Downtown and Affordable Housing Projects; Notification Requirements; Review of Alterations to Historical Landmarks and in Conservation Districts
23. Public comment

Thursday, July 12, 1 PMagendasupporting docs
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commissioners
9.
Affordable Housing Projects On Undeveloped Lots In SALI Districts
10.
Permit Review Procedures For NCDS In D4 and D1
12.
Housing Needs and Trends Report and Housing Affordability Strategy
16.
600 Van Ness Avenue
19.
792 Capp Street
20.
2100 Mission Street

Monday, July 16, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
Environment Code – Single-Use Food Ware Plastics, Toxics, and Litter Reduction
4. Planning Code – Catering as an Accessory Use in Neighborhood Commercial Districts
7. General Plan Amendments – Central South of Market Area Plan
8. Central SoMa Plan – Business and Tax Regulations, and Planning Codes

Tuesday, July 17, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
11.
Keeping community Safeway stop on Taraval and 17th Avenue, removing parking for boarding island and accessible ramp, and consolidating two stops between 17th Avenue and West Portal Station.
12. Establish Sunday parking next to median on Dolores
14. Presentation on programs and services provided by SFMTA for people with disabilities and seniors.

Tuesday, July 17, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
4.
[Review for Downtown and Affordable Housing Projects; Notification Requirements; Review of Alterations to Historical Landmarks and in Conservation Districts]
5. [Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for Departments – FYs 2018-2019 and 2019-2020]
21. ADU Ordinance – action item
22. Home-SF Ordinance – action item
3 PM Special Order:
23-26. Appeal of Central SoMa Plan

Thursday, July 19, 1 PMagendasupporting docs
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commissioners
6. Fees for Certain Permit and Transportation Analysis – to clarify the fees applicable to projects with no or very low construction cost
7a-b. Lombard Street Special Use District
8. Sea Level Rise Adaptation Program

Monday, July 23, 1:30 PMagenda (check the agenda for links)
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
180482 [Planning Code – Permit Review Procedures and Zoning Controls – Neighborhood Commercial Districts in Supervisorial Districts 4 and 11]
2. 180320 [Planning Code – Catering as an Accessory Use]
7. 180490 [General Plan Amendments – Central South of Market Area Plan]
8. 180185 [Planning Code, Zoning Map – Central South of Market Special Use District]
9. 180453 [Business and Tax Regulations, Planning Codes – Central South of Market Housing Sustainability District]
10. 180184 [Administrative, Planning Codes – Central South of Market Area Plan
11. 180612 [Administrative Code – San Francisco Special Tax Financing Law – Central SoMa]

Tuesday, July 24, 10 AM – agenda  packet
Room 250 City Hall – SFCTA Meeting
5.
Support if Amended: Senate Bill (SB) 1014 (Skinner) California Clean Miles Standard and Incentive Program: zero-emission vehicles
7. [Final Approval] Funds for Geary Bus Rapid Transit – Phase 1 Near Term Final Approval
10. [Final Approval] Adopt the Emerging Mobility Evaluation Report– ACTION*
12. [Final Approval on First Appearance] Adopt an Oppose Position on Proposition 6, the Voter Approval for Future Gas and Vehicle Taxes and 2017 Tax Repeal Initiative – ACTION* Oppose Prop 6 Gas Repeal
13. 
Update on the Independent Analysis and Oversight Services with Sjoberg Evashenk Consulting, Inc. – INFORMATION presentation – In July 2017 the Board awarded a professional services contract to Sjoberg Evashenk Consulting Inc., with a focus on assessing three functional areas of the agency’s operations : 1) Prop K Capital Program Administration; 2) Budget Review and Analysis; and 3) Prop K Sponsor Reimbursements.

Tuesday, July 24, 1 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
32. 
180268 [Planning Code – Accessory Dwelling Units]
33.
180456 [Planning Code – HOME-SF and 100% Affordable Housing Bonus Program
34.
180739 [Privacy First Policy Charter Amendment]
51. 180534 [Jurisdictional Transfer of City Property – San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency – Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development – $6,150,000]
52. 180550 [Conditional Land Disposition and Acquisition Agreement – Potential Exchange of 639 Bryant Street for 2000 Marin Street]
54. 180561 [Contract Agreement – Addiction, Research and Treatment, Inc., dba Bay Area Addiction, Research and Treatment, Inc. (BAART) – Methadone Services – Not to Exceed $35,952,000]
55. 180639 [Real Property Lease – MP Shoreline Associates Limited Partnership and MP Shorebreeze Associates, L.P. – 460 N. Shoreline Boulevard, Mountain View, California – $100,874 Annual Base Rent]
64. 180762 [Closed Session – Anticipated Litigation – Tax Measures Adopted by the Voters at the June 5, 2018 Municipal Election – July 24, 2018]

Wednesday, July 25, 2 PM
Room 236, City Hall Rules Committee Meeting
Nominations for renewal of Planning Commissioners and SFMTA Board Members are scheduled. Thanks for everyone’s support. Send thanks to the Mayor and President of BOS and go to speak at the hearing if you can.

Thursday, July 26, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commissioners
14.
280 7th St. Request for Large Project Authorization 180739
15a-g. India Basin Project 2016-004946ENX
20. 2100 Mission Street at 17th. sw corner DR 2009.0880DRP
21. 1503 Francisco Street at Octavia DR 2013.0847DRP
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (AUGUST 23, 2018) 700 Innes Avenue.

Monday, July 30, 1 PMagenda (check the agenda for links)
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
5.
180364 Planning Code – Affordable Housing Projects on Undeveloped Lots in Service/Arts/Light Industrial Districts
6. 180558 Public Works Code – Repeal of Reclaimed Water Use Ordinance

Tuesday, July 31, 2 PMagenda (check the agenda for links)
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
24. 
180268 ADU Planning Code
27. 
180456 Planning Code – HOME-SF and 100% Affordable Housing Bonus Program
36.  180122 >Motion ordering submitted to the voters at an election to be held on November 6, 2018, an Ordinance amending the Business and Tax Regulations Code and Administrative Code to allocate a portion of hotel tax revenues for arts and cultural purposes and remove obsolete provisions.
37. 180373Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations Code – Gross Receipts Tax on Transportation Network Company Services, Private Transit Vehicle Services, and Autonomous Vehicle Passenger Services; Economic Nexus.
42. 180547 Administrative Code – Prioritizing 100% Affordable Housing Projects
44-47. Reappointment of the four Planning CommissionersJoin us in thanking the Mayor and Board President for keeping the Commission in tact during this most active session. As the state and city are going through a complicated process of legal changes we need to stay focused on how these changes are effecting our options for public input how to make plausible requests.
63-64. 180629 Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations Code – Additional Gross Receipts Tax on Cannabis
69. 180785 Supporting California State Proposition 10The Affordable Housing Act – November 6, 2018 Ballot
70.  180774 Authorizing Preparation of Proponent/Opponent Ballot Arguments and Rebuttal Ballot Arguments – November 6, 2018, Consolidated Statewide General Election

 

 

June 2018

Monday, June 4, 1:30 PM agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1. Planning Code – Reauthorizing Section 210.3C Concerning New Production, Distribution, and Repair Space

Tuesday, June 5, 2 PM agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
5.
180318 Administrative Landlord Operating and Maintenance Expense
8.
180331 Resolution to protect Clipper Cover
17.
180459 Commercial Paper Notes – Municipal Transportation Agency – Not to Exceed $100,000,000
19.
180117 [Planning Code – Increasing the Transportation Sustainability Fee for Large\ Non-Residential Projects]

Tuesday, June 5, 1 PM agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Meeting
Consent Calendar
10.2 B.
Traffic Signal on 17th and Harrison
10.3 Establishing protected bike lanes on Indiana
Regular Calendar
11.
Amending the Transportation Code Division II Article 900.
The Board will consider Residential Permit Parking Reforms. To learn about the RPP Evaluation and Reform Project or sign up to receive project updates, please visit our website at www.sfmta.com/neighborhoodparking. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you may submit your comments to Kathryn Studwell, Program Manager, Residential Parking Policy, at kathryn.studwell@sfmta.com.
RPP+EvaluationProject+Brief+5.8.2018.pdf
12. Presentation of the Rail Alignment studies

Thursday, June 7, 1 PM agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Committee Meeting
4.
3314 CESAR CHAVEZ STREET. 2014-003160CUA, has been continued a number of times.
10. Public Parking Lots as a permited use in the Glen Park NCT District
11. MAYOR’S PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS ORDINANCE [BOARD FILE NO. 180423
12. A-B ADU tracking and monitoring and amendments
13. RAB study
14. TDM Monitoring and Amendments.
15. The 2950 Bryant Street beast is back. LPA, Demolition of PDR and replacement with a six-story residential building.
18. Mint-mission Conservation District

Tuesday, June 12, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
5. State and Federal Legislation Update – ACTION*  resolution
Support: Senate Bill (SB) 1014 (Skinner) and SB 1328 (Beall)
7. Proposed 2018/19 Budget and Work Program (doc)
Proposed FY 2018/19 Budget Total Revenues $123,217,089
June 12 – public hearing on final proposed budget at Board
June 26 – Board approval of the final proposed budgeTuesday, June 12, 1 PM

Tuesday, June 19, 1 PMagendasupporting documents
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
Consent Calendar:
10.2  Establishing a revised meeting schedule for meetings of the SFMTA Board of Directors and Parking Authority Commission Policy and Governance Committee to meet at 10:00 a.m. on the fourth Tuesday of every month.
10.3 Amending the Transportation Code, Division II, to revise the pilot Powered Scooter Share Permit Program for repeated Powered Scooter Share Parking violations.
Regular Calendar:
11.
Approving the following parking and traffic modifications associated with the 8th Avenue Neighborway Project as follows: (Explanatory documents include a staff report, map and resolution. The proposed actions are the Approval Actions as defined by Chapter 31 of the San Francisco Administrative Code.)
12. Supporting an ordinance that would amend the Business and Tax Regulations Code to add a new gross receipts tax category for transportation network company services, private transit vehicle services, and autonomous vehicle passenger services.
13. Presentation and Discussion regarding the Public Outreach and Engagement Input Sessions Feedback.

Tuesday, June 19, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
1.
180187 [Planning Code – Reauthorizing Section 210.3C Concerning New PDR Space.
35. CEQA Appeal of 2918-2924 Mission – Scott Weaver of West Bay Law on behalf of Calle 24 Latino Cultural District Council
39-40. [Committee of the Whole – Ordinance (File No. 180454) – General Obligation Bond Election – Seawall and Other Critical Infrastructure – $425,000,000 – June 19, 2018]

Thursday, June 21, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
F9.
2018-004194PCA.pdf ADU Amendments [Board file no. 180268]
F10. 2018-005553PCA Catering as a accessory use in Neighborhood Commercial Districts [Board File No. 180320]
11A-B. 2014-002541GPA Informational Hearing on the India Basin Mixed-Use and General Plan Amendments. 700 Innes Avenue immediately northwest of the Hunters Point Shipyard.

Monday, June 25, 1:30 PM agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
3-4. 180475180476 [General Plan Amendments – Candlestick Point and Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 2 Project]
5. 180479 [Below-Market Rate Housing Plan Amendment – Candlestick Point-Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 2 Project]

Tuesday, June 26, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
2 PM Mayor’s Appearance
10.
180454 [General Obligation Bond Election – Seawall and Other Critical Infrastructure $425,000,000]
26. 180423 [Planning Code – Review for Downtown and Affordable Housing Projects; Notification Requirements; Review of Alterations to Historical Landmarks and in Conservation Districts]
50-52. Hunter’s Point Redevelopment Plan Amendments
53. [Committee of the Whole – Hearing – Public Comment on Possible Nominations and Election of Board President – June 26, 201]
54. Nominations for Board President
55. Election of the President of the Board
57-58. [Candlestick Point and Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 2 Project and Zoning Map Amendments]
59. [Below Market Rate Housing Amendment]

Thursday, June 28, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
9.
180613 – Office Development Conversions
10. 
180456  HomeSF and 100% Affordable Housing Bonus Programs
11. TBD Department-Sponsored General Plan Amendments to the Central Waterfront – Dogpatch Public Realm.
16. 2014-001400ENX  2750 19th STREET – Since the public hearing on January 25, 2018, the Project Sponsor has continued discussions with the community partners, and has revised the proposed project to have approximately 10,000 square feet of Production, Distribution and Repair (PDR) space on the ground floor instead of retail and restaurant space. The Project Sponsor has entered into an agreement with the current commercial tenant, Fitzgerald Furniture and Upholstery, to occupy the ground floor and to provide relocation assistance during construction.
17. 792 Capp Street (22nd  and 23rd) – Calle24 Cultural District – within the 40 foot height limit.

 


May 2018

Tuesday, May 1, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall
MTA Board Meeting
Consent Calendar includes:
projects on Sloat Blvd., Lombard, Mission, Duboce, Clay, Pine and Sacramento, Certain contracts, (see agenda and docs for details)
11.
Amending the Transportation Code, Division II, to establish a pilot Powered Scooter Share Permit Program for 24 months
12. Consenting to the proposed revisions to the Candlestick Point Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 2 Transportation
13. Presentation and discussion regarding the Shared Electric Moped Parking Permit Program.

Tuesday, May 1, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall
Board of Supervisors Meeting
10.
Partial Settlement of Lawsuit – San Francisco Motorcycle Club – $140,000 180307
14. 
[Health Code – Designation of City Attorney to Institute Mental Health Conservatorship and Assisted Outpatient Treatment Proceedings] 180156
18.
[Prohibition of Firearms at Public Gatherings]  180159
22. [Municipal Elections Code – Disclosure Regarding Ballot Measures Involving Port Public Trust Property] 180215
24. Reappointment of Cheryl Brinkmand to the MTA Board 180354
25. Reappointment of Gwyneth Borden to the MTA Board 180355
33-35. Committee sitting as the whole – Report on Sidewalk Inspection and Repair Program

Thursday May 3, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
12.
Reauthorizing 210.3C re: New PDR Space in specified PDR zones13.  2018-003257PCA
13. Central SOMA Housing Sustainability Distric 2018-004477PCA
15a-b. 1100 Potrero Ave. CU and Variance request
16a-b. 749 27th Street  CU and Variance request
18. DR on 2071 47th Ave.at Quintara
19. DR on 739 De Haro (19th an 20th)

Monday, May 7, 1 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
[Transportation Code – Board of Supervisors Review of Certain MTA Decisions] 180089 continued  from April 30.

Tuesday, May 8, 10 AM agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
4. Support: Proposition 69, Assembly Bill (AB) 2304 (Holden) and AB 2363 (Friedman)
Oppose: AB 2989 (Flora)
10. Preliminary Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Annual Budget and Work Program – docs memo  presentation

Tuesday, May 8, 2 PM  agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
1. [
Health Code – Designation of City Attorney to Institute Mental Health Conservatorship and Assisted Outpatient Treatment Proceedings] 180156
6. [ Municipal Elections Code – Disclosure Regarding Ballot Measures Involving Port Public Trust Property 180215
15. [ Affirming the Board of Supervisors Commitment to the Environmental Protection, Public Recreation, and Youth Education in Clipper Cove] 180331

Thursday, May 10, 1  PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
14 a-h
Central SOMA Plan (multiple documents)

Monday, May 14, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
3.
[Hearing – Hunters Point Shipyard Clean-Up] Hearing on the clean-up timeline and disputes between federal regulators and the United States Navy on the percentage of Parcel G to be retested and the methodology for retesting soil at Hunters Point Shipyard.

Tuesday, May 15, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall
MTA Board Meeting
(We understand there is a new format we should be seeing for the engineering hearing notices that the department is using to notice the neighbors. We understand the new department agendas now have item numbers for all the street changes, making it easier for the public to address their issues. Let us know how these improvements are working.)
10.1 – request for funds to settle claims
10.2 – Approving the following modifications:
II. – Establish Tow-away- no stopping anytime, aproximately 9 areas on Fell Street check the agenda for details.
12. Emerging Mobility evaluation presentation and discussion

Tuesday, May 15, 2 PM  agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
3.
[Building Code – Slope and Seismic Hazard Zone Protection Act] 71284 
4. [Affirming the Board of Supervisors Commitment to the Environmental Protection, Public Recreation, and Youth Education in Clipper Cove] 180331
10. [Issuance and Sale of Revenue Obligations – California Enterprise Development Authority – The San Francisco Conservatory of Music – Not to Exceed $125,000,000] 180429
11. [Transportation Code – Board of Supervisors Review of Certain Municipal Transportation Agency Decisions] 180089
14. [Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code – Campaign Finance and Conflict of Interest] 180280
15. [Administrative Code – Coordinated Entry System for Homeless Persons; Priority Housing Status for Persons Discharged from Residential Behavioral Health Programs] 180322
19-21. CU 701 Valencia Street Project
27. [Calling from Committee – Committee of the Whole – Proposed Ordinance (File No. 180318) – [Administrative Code – Landlord Operating and Maintenance Expenses – May 22, 2018]

Thursday, May 17, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
F 8.  DR on 1015- 1033 VAN NESS AVE
F 9a-b.  DR on 1863 Mission St./14th-15th
10. [Increasing the Transportation Sustainability Fee for Large Non-Residential Projects]  180117
11. [Mayor’s process improvements Ordinance] 2018-004633PCA
15. CU on 729 Capp St. 2017-001283CUA

Monday, May 21 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1. [Increasing the Transportation Sustainability Fee for Large Non-Residential Projects]  180117 Ordinance amending the Plannig Code to increase the Transportation Sustainability Fee by $5 (to $24.04) for Non-Residential Projects larger than 99,999 gross square feet, except in the Central South of Market Area Plan area, where the fee for such projects would be increased by $2 (to $21.04

Tuesday, May 22, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
Consent Calendar:
5.
[Final Approval] State and Federal Legislation Update – ACTION*  resolution  Support: Proposition 69, Assembly Bill (AB) 2304 (Holden) and AB 2363 (Friedman) Oppose: AB 2989 (Flora)
6. [Final Approval] Approve San Francisco’s Lifeline Transportation Program Cycle 5 Program of Projects – ACTION*  resolution
8. [Final Approval] Adopt the Vision Zero Ramp Intersection Study Phase 1 resolution
Regular Calendar:
10. Update on the Rail Alignment and Benefits (RAB) Study– INFORMATION*  presentation
11. Update on San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Wheelchair Accessible Taxi Incentive Program and Enhanced Shop-a-Round and Van Gogh Recreational Shuttle Service Program (see agenda item 6 for more information)

Tuesday, May 22, 2 PM  agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
8. Administrative Code – Coordinated Entry System for Homeless Persons; Priority Housing Status for Persons Discharged from Residential Behavioral Health Programs 180322
10. [Transportation Code – Board of Supervisors Review of Certain Municipal Transportation Agency Decisions] 180089  (Verision 5)
11. [Affirming the Board of Supervisors Commitment to the Environmental Protection, Public Recreation, and Youth Education in Clipper Cove] 180331
12. [Administrative Code – Process for Establishment of Cultural Districts] 171140
13. [Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code – Campaign Finance and Conflict of Interest] 180280
15. [Administrative Code – Criminal Justice System Fees and Penalties] 180132
38- 40. [Administrative Code – Landlord Operating and Maintenance Expenses] 180318
41. [Calling from Committee – Committee of the Whole – Proposed Ordinance (File No. 180318) – Administrative Code – Landlord Operating and Maintenance Expenses – May 22, 2018]

Thursday, May 24, 1 PM agenda and supporting
Room 400 City Hall SF Planning Commission Meeting
1.
Mayor’s Process Improvements Ordinance 180423 – (cont. to June 7)
12. Obstructions in Required Setbacks, Yards, Usable Open Space

Tuesday May 29, 6-8 PM – agenda
Herbst Theater Green Room, 401 Van Ness Street Please join us as we summarize the findings from the Rail Alignment and Benefits (RAB) study, including a preliminary preferred alignment for Caltrain and High Speed Rail: the Pennsylvania Avenue DTX + Extended Tunnel. Community members are invited to provide input on the alignment, adjacent land use opportunities, and next steps. To help our count please RSVP Here... (Details here)

Thursday, May 31, 3 – 5 PM
Room 305 City Hall – San Francisco Municipal Bank Task Force Meeting
Hosted by Public Bank SF. Treasurer José Cisneros is convening a Municipal Bank Feasibility Task Force as recommended by the Board of Supervisors. Come out and make sure the task force stays on task to create a public bank that is focused on equity, social, racial, economic and environmental justice. Facebook event.

Tuesday, June 5, 1 PM agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Meeting
The Board will consider Residential Permit Parking Reforms. To learn about the RPP Evaluation and Reform Project or sign up to receive project updates, please visit our website at www.sfmta.com/neighborhoodparking. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you may submit your comments to Kathryn Studwell, Program Manager, Residential Parking Policy, at kathryn.studwell@sfmta.com.
RPP+EvaluationProject+Brief+5.8.2018.pdf

April 2018

Monday, April 2, 10 AM – agenda – docs
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
Mission Bay South – Accepting Portions of Seventh Street and Mission Bay Drive
2. Mission Bay South – Accepting the Mariposa Street Intersection Adjacent to Interstate 280
4.  Business and Tax Regulations Code – Temporary Suspension of Business Registration and Fee for Transportation Network Company Drivers and Taxi Drivers

Tuesday, April 3, Noon
City Hall Steps Rally opposing SB 827

Tuesday, April 3, 1 PM – agendadocs
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
(10.4)
Accepting a gift of $600,000 from the University of California, San Francisco, for the design, construction, and maintenance of a traffic signal at the 18th Street and Minnesota Street intersection. How can a traffic signal cost that much money?(10.7) Approving changes to the Automatic Indexing Implementation Plan
11.
Adopting the SFMTA Strategic Plan, effective July 1, 2018, which represents the vision, mission statement, goals and objectives for the SFMTA
12.
Certifying that the FY 2019 and FY 2020 SFMTA Capital Budget is sufficient.
13.
Approving the fiscal Year 2019 and FY 2020 Operating Budgets
14.
Authorizing the Director to execute Contract No. 2016-83, Citation and Permit Processing Services with Conduent

Tuesday, April 3, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
12.
Police, Administrative Codes – Considering Criminal History in Employment and Housing Decisions 171170
24. Findings of Fiscal Feasibility – Reservoir Community Partners, LLC – Development of Balboa Reservoir Site 180163
30. [Transportation Code – Non-Standard Vehicle Permits] prohibitting Non-Standard Vehicles from operating without a permit
35. [Urging Amendments to California State Senate Bill 827 (Wiener) – Transit-Rich Housing Bonus] 180162
SPECIAL ORDER 3:00 P.M. – JOINT MEETING WITH THE ETHICS COMMISSION
Board of Supervisors Sitting as a Committee of the Whole
41.
Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Joint Meeting with the San Francisco Ethics Commission – Proposed Ordinances (File Nos. 180001 and 180280) 180226 – the Anti-Corruption and Accountability Ordinances – amending the Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code to institute various campaign finance and conflict of interest reforms.

Thursday, April 5, 2018, 1 PM – CANCELLED
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting

Monday, April 9, 10:30 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
3. 
Sewer System Improvement Program – Biosolids Digester Facilities Project]
4. [San Francisco Biodiversity Policy]

Tuesday, April 10, 10:30 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFMCT Meeting
5.
Adopt Positions on State Legislation – ACTION*  resolution
9. Authorize the Executive Director to Enter Into an up to $140 Million Revolving Credit Facility with State Street Public Lending Corporation and U.S. Bank National Association or an Alternate Lender or Lenders
10. Approve the Amendment of the Adopted Fiscal Year 2017/18 budget to decrease revenues by $6,843,543, increase expenditures by $34,672,238 and decrease other financing sources by $59,806,486
for a total net decrease in fund balance of $101,322,267 – ACTION*  resolution
12. Authorize the Executive Director to Execute Cooperative Agreement No. 04-2647 with the California Department of Transportation for the US101/I-280 Managed Lanes in a Total Amount Not to Exceed $227,000 and Negotiate Agreement Payment Terms and Non-Material Agreement Terms and Conditions – ACTION* resolution

Tuesday, April 10, 1 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
8. [
Transportation Code – Non-Standard Vehicle Permits] Ordinance amending the Transportation Code to prohibit Non-Standard Vehicles from operating without a permit as required by Article 1200 of that Code. 171210
13. [Administrative Code – Mayoral Appearance at the Board of Supervisors]
37. [Mission Bay South – Accepting Portions of Seventh Street and Mission Bay Drive]
38. [Mission Bay South – Accepting the Mariposa Street Intersection Adjacent to Interstate 280]
45. [Adopting a Fixed Two-Year Budget – Various City Departments – FYs 2018-2019 and 2019-2020]
48. CALLED FROM COMMITTEE: [Appropriation – General Fund – Public Works for Street & Sidewalk Cleaning Pilot Enhancement Project – $2,500,000 – FY2017-201]

Thursday, April 12, 1 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
7-8e.
Central SOMA Plan – CEQA determination

Monday, April 23, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Meeting

Tuesday, April 24, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
15.
[Transportation, Public Works Codes – Unauthorized Powered Scooter Violations, Powered Scooter Share Program]
19. Italian American Heritage Day
26. [Setting the Budget and Legislative Analyst Services Audit Plan – San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, Effectiveness of Workforce Development Programs, Office of Economic and Workforce Development] Motion directing the Budget and Legislative Analyst to conduct three performance audits in FY2018-2019 of the trends in Muni ridership and revenues, and the effectiveness of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency in managing traffic congestion and the impact of congestion on Muni; the effectiveness of the City’s workforce development programs for low-income, homeless, and formerly homeless adults; and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development’s planning for large-scale development and capital projects to address the economic impacts of the projects on surrounding businesses.  180372Government Audit and Oversight Committee
27. Slope Protection Act
29. Prop 1 funds – Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. 180365
45. [Opposing California State Assembly Bill 2989 (Flora) – Standup Electric Scooters]

Tuesday, April 24, 3 PM
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
Commendations Ceremony: Planning Commissioner Moore is one many of us recognize as a powerful voice of reason and experience on the Planning Commission.  She is being acknowledged for the high professional honor of being named a Fellow at the prestigious American Institute of Certified Planners.  This is an excellent opportunity for us to publicly acknowledge her tremendous contribution in her service of the City. Please attend this event if you can and invite others who may wish to make a positive  statement on her behalf in support of her continuing to serve on the Commission.

Wednesday, April 25, 2PM
Room 250 City Hall Supervisors Rules Committee Meeting
Appointment of two SFMTA Board members is up for discussion
Committee Members are : Safai, Yee, and Stephani
# 180354 – Brinkman
# 180355 – Borden
If you don’t appreciate the way the SFMTA Board is operating now you may want to write the Committee and let them know you oppose the re-appointments. Since the entire Board will make the final approval, you may also write the entire board of the matter.
Board member emails: https://discoveryink.wordpress.com/san-francisco-officials/

Monday, April 30, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee

2. Clipper Cove – [Affirming the Board of Supervisors Commitment to the Environmental Protection, Public Recreation, and Youth Education in Clipper Cove] 180331
3. [Transportation Code – Board of Supervisors Review of Certain MTA Decisions] 180089
Ordinance amending Division I of the Transportation Code to establish a procedure for Board of Supervisors review of certain Municipal Transportation Agency Decisions.

Tuesday, May 1, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall
Board of Supervisors Meeting
2. Clipper Cove –
[Affirming the Board of Supervisors Commitment to the Environmental Protection, Public Recreation, and Youth Education in Clipper Cove] 180331
3. [Transportation Code – Board of Supervisors Review of Certain MTA Decisions] 180089 Looks like this will be continued until May 7, due to some last minute amendments. Check to see if public comment will be allowed.

March 2018

Thursday, March 1, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
Item 8.
Connect SF memo
D. Public comments on issues not on the agenda
9a-c.
Central Soma Plan – Preliminary Recommendation: Initiate and schedule a public hearing on or after March 29, 2018
11. 4230 18th Street CU – demo commercial for residential
12.  479 28th Street CU – demolish small single family dwelling to replace with muli-unit.

Monday, March 5, 1 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1-2 Landmark designations

Tuesday, March 6, 1 PMagenda agenda and docs site was hacked Sunday night?
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board
(10.5)
Approving a non-exclusive license with Recycle for Change to authorize placement of textile-recycling donation receptacles at designated parking garages and parking lots administered by the SFMTA.
11. Establish changes around 8th Street.
13.
Presentation and discussion of the FY 2019 a nd FY 2020 Operating Budget, including various fee, fair and license modifications, and revenue sources.

Tuesday, March 6, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
7.
[Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code – Failure to File Form 700s, Sunshine Ordinance Declarations, and Certificates of Ethics Training]
12. Public Comment on matters not on the agenda
14.[Urging San Francisco’s State Legislative Delegation to Introduce State Legislation to Enable San Francisco to Impose Infrastructure Impact Fees on Transportation Network Companies]
15. [Declaring Support – “March for Our Lives”] Common Sense Gun Reform
16. Committee of the Whole – Joint Meeting with the San Francisco Ethics Commission – Proposed Ordinance (File No. 180001) – Anti-Corruption and Accountability Ordinance – April 3, 2018]

Thursday, March 8, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
13. Planning code corrections (2017-014297PCA)
14. BIOSOLIDS DIGESTER FACILITIES PROJECT ( 2015-000644ENV)
16. 668-678 PAGE STREET – controversial condo conversion – The Planning Commission is slated to make a final decision on whether to allow a condo-conversion permit to the folks who evicted, under Ellis Act, a 100-year-old woman from her Page St. apartment., and failed to mention the eviction on the TIC conversion application.

Monday, March 12, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SF Board Land Use and Transportation Meeting
2. 180162  Resolution opposing California Senate Bill 827, (Wiener) – Transit-Rich Housing Bonus – People who object to this ordinance are encouraged to let the Board of Supervisors know as we expect a lot of push-back from bill supporters. You may speak or send comments on this item.

Tuesday, March 13, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFBOS – County Transportation Authority
5.
Positions on State legislation ACTION*  resolution Support: Assembly Bill (AB) 2865 (Chiu), AB 3059 (Bloom), AB 3124 (Bloom), Senate Bill (SB) 1119 (Newman) Oppose: Assembly Bill (AB) 2712 (Allen, Travis) and Senate Bill (SB) 1132 (Hill)
12. Public Comment

Tuesday, March 13, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFBOS Meeting
2
PM Mayor’s appearance, 1. 180227
Formal Policy Discussions
3.
Fees for Autonomous Delivery Device Testing testing

Wednesday, March 14, 6-9 PM
2940 16th Street 2nd for Redstone Building
Mayoral interviews sponsored by the SF Green Party http://sfgreenparty.org/11-new

Thursday, March 15, 11 AM
West Portal MUNI Metro stop. Supervisor Kim is expected to speak at the rally opposing SB 827.

Thursday, March 15, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
10.
180162  Presentation on the Resolution opposing California Senate Bill 827, (Wiener) – Transit-Rich Housing Bonus.  People who object to this ordinance are encouraged to let the Planning Commissioners know by sending letter and emails.

Monday, March 19, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
6.
1712010 [Transportation Code – Non-Standard Vehicle Permits] Ordinance amending the Transportation Code to prohibit Non-Standard Vehicles from operating without a permit as required by Article 1200 of that Code; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.

Tuesday, March 20, 1 PM agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Meeting
11.
100 million dollar bond preparation
13. realignment of the T Third LRV line
14. Presentation and discussion of the FY 2019 and FY 2020 Operating Budget

Tuesday, March 20, 10 AM – agendarelated docs
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
6. [Final Approval] Adopt Positions on State Legislation – ACTION*  resolution Support: Assembly Bill (AB) 2865 (Chiu), AB 3059 (Bloom), AB 3124 (Bloom) and Senate Bill (SB) 1119 (Newman) Oppose: Assembly Bill (AB) 2712 (Allen, Travis) and Senate Bill (SB) 1132 (Hill)

Tuesday, March 20, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
2-3.
Support Immigration Related Legal Services
6. Set up Fees for Autonomous Delivery Device Testing and Nighttime work permits
15. Considering Police, Administrative Codes – Considering Criminal History in Employment and Housing Decisions Nighttime Work Permits]
16. Mayoral Appearance at the Board of Supervisors, modify the process for the Mayor to appear at the Board of Supervisors for a question-and-answer session.

Thursday, March 22, 1 PMagendadocs
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
A Suggested for Continuance:
4a-b. Case No. 2015-003800CUA: 1100 Potrero Avenue – southwest corner of 23rd Street and Potrero Avenue – Lot 001 in Assessor’s Block 4211 (District 9) – Request for CU
B. Consent Calendar:
6. 
Case No. 2017-006169CUA: 513 Valencia Street – southeast corner at Valencia Street and 16th Street; Lot 049 of Assessor’s Block 3569 (D 8) – CU
7a-b.  Case No. 2009.0753C: 3155 Cesar Chavez Street – south side of Cesar Chavez Street – Lot 040 in Assessor’s Block 5503 (D 9) – CU
Regular Calendar:
12.
Central SOMA Plan presentation
13.
Inclusionary housing requirements in the Divisadero and Fillmore Neighborhood Commercial Transit (NCT) districts presentation
14a-b. Candlestick Point Hunters Point Phase II project and SUD presentation
15. Urban Design Guidelines presentations Preliminary: Adoption
20.  Case No. 2015-012729CUA: 600 Van Ness Ave.east side of Van Ness Avenue between Golden Gate Avenue and Elm Street; Lots 006-009 in Assessor’s Block 0763 (D 6) CU

WEEK OF APRIL 26 IS SPRING BREAK FOR MOST  DEPARTMENTS

Thursday, March 29, 1 PM agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday, April 3, 1 PM
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting

Tuesday, April 3, 2 PM
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting

 

 

February 2018

Thursday, February 1, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee Meeting
3. 171287
[Negotiate Purchase and Sale or Lease Agreements – California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) – Homeless Services on Caltrans Property]
8. 180032 [Shelter and Transitional Housing During Shelter Crisis – Selection of Sites; Waiver of Certain Requirements Regarding Contracting]
9. [Hearing – Community Supportive and Public Municipal Banking]  Public Bank  Report: The Budget Legislative Analyst and the Treasurer will be making presentations on a report about public banking and the status of the municipal banking task force. report
http://www.sfexaminer.com/san-francisco-advances-toward-launching-public-bank/
Sign up here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1993875007602322/
Interested parties should attend and prepare public comments on how SF may establish a public bank that serves the people of San Francisco.  The agenda has not been posted but we will updated when the item number is released. Any questions please email publicbanksf@gmail.com

Thursday February 1, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Board Meeting
11. 2011.1356MTZU Central SOMA Plan – informational
15. DR –
2567 MISSION STREET (2017-009668DRP) east side of Mission Street, between 21st and 22nd Streets

Friday, February 2, 10 AMagenda
Room 416 City Hall Engineering Hearing: Too many to list here.
7a.) Rescind Traffic Circles: (Naples St. / Russia Ave.) and (Excelsior Ave. / Naples St.) (How much did it cost to put these in and did the neighborhood oppose them?)
8.)
MTA is planning to remove parking spaces at the corners along Fell Street and at the intersections of Fell with the cross streets from Baker through Shrader. If you oppose the loss of these parking spaces around Oak and Fell Streets described in this article, please attend the hearing and/or submit written opposition to the following officials. Always copy your supervisor:
MTABoard@sfmta.com
Ed Reiskin MTA Director ed.reiskin@sfmta.com
MTA spokesman ben.jose@sfmta.com
MTA Livable Streets  mike.sallaberry@sfmta.com
MTA Livable Streets luis.montoya@sfmta.com
Supervisor London Breed london.breed@sfgov.org
legislative aides to Supervisor Breed breedstaff@sfgov.org
ESTABLISH – NO PARKING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Berry Street at King Street –Bike Share Station
Berry Street, south side, from 164 feet to 223.5 feet east of Berry Street Extension (72.5-foot bike share station in four metered parking spaces – #445, #447, #449, #451 with a 3’ red zone on the eastern end of the station)
ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK BIKE SHARE STATION
Indiana Street at Cesar Chavez Street– Bike Share Station
Indiana Street, east side, from 32.5 feet to 74.5 feet north of Cesar Chavez Street (42-foot bike share station)

Saturday, February 3, 4PM
Main SF Public Library Mayoral Forum
Presented by the Untied Democratic Club With Alioto, Breed, Kim, Leno and Weiss online registration

Monday, February 5, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1. [Hearing – City’s Vacant/Abandoned Property] Hearing on the efficacy of the City’s Vacant/Abandoned Property Ordinance and strategies for preventing vacant storefronts
2. [Hearing – State of the Retail Sector, Challenges and Opportunities for San Francisco’s Neighborhood Commercial Districts]
3. Geary Use Special District
4-6. Lease Agreement – China Basin Ballpark Company, LLC – Pier 48 -Mission Rock Project.
7. 170942 [Building Code – Third Party Expert Fees] Ordinance amending Building Code, Section 107A, and Table 1A-B of Section 110A, to allow recovery of costs of third party experts and other permit related expenses;
8. [Public Works, Administrative Codes – Street Encroachment Permits and Maintenance Fund for Certain Permits]

Tuesday, February 6, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
11. Presentation and discussion regarding the Transportation Task Force 2045 recommendations.
12.
“Parking Management and Vehicular Habitation” Informational item – “presentation on the history and context of curb management and vehicular habitation, including efforts to find workable relief mechanisms for vulnerable people living in vehicles while regulating the curb for safe, equitable, and efficient use.” Slide_presentation.pdf
13. Mission Rock Project – Interagency Cooperation Agreement
14. Awarding Contract No. 1282R1, Twin Peaks Tunnel Trackway Improvement Project to Shimmick/Con-Quest to replace rails.

Tuesday, February 6, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
8. Accept and Expend Grant – California Department of Housing and Community Development – Budget Act of 2017 – Expansion of Navigation Centers – $10,000,000
9. [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program]
12. [Negotiate Purchase and Sale or Lease Agreements – California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) – Homeless Services on Caltrans Property]
16. [Supporting California State Senate Bill 916 (Wiener) – Vehicle Burglary]

Wednesday, February 7, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Government Audit and Oversight Committee
1.
160265 Hearing on Emergency Water Systems – PUC’s long-awaited independently-reviewed report on emergency water supply systems for the westside of SF.
2-5. [
Development Agreement – Seawall Lot 337 Associates, LLC – Seawall Lot 337 – Mission Rock Project]

Thursday February 8, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Budget and Finance Committee
4. [Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations and Administrative Codes – Additional Gross Receipts Tax on Commercial Rents]
7. 180067 Hearing to consider the annual review and adoption of the Proposed Draft Budget for FYs 2018-2019

Thursday February 8, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
6.
2567 Mission St.– east side of Mission Street, (21st and 22nd) DR request.
13. 3314 Cesar Chavez – CU request for demolition of light industrial building.

Saturday, February 10, 5 PM
1600 17th Street Thee Parkside  SF4Ds Annual Members and Friends Party It’s going to be a big year in politics at all levels. Come out and meet the candidates and hang with like minded folks! All are welcome.

Monday, February 12, 6-10 AM
Shuttle bus protest on San Jose Ave. and 29th St.

Monday, February 12, 1:30 PM agenda
Land Use and Transportation Committee

Tuesday, February 13, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SFTCA Meeting
7. Adopt state legislastive positions:
Support: Senate Bill (SB) 760 (Weiner) Oppose: Assembly Bill (AB) 1756 (Brough)

Tuesday, February 13, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
9.
[Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program]
14.
[Shelter and Transitional Housing During Shelter Crisis – Selection of Sites; Waiver of Certain Requirements Regarding Contracting]
22. [Public Works, Administrative Codes – Street Encroachment Permits and Maintenance Fund for Certain Permits]
28. [Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Community Plan Evaluation – 2918-2924 Mission Street] 180019
32. [Hearing on Amendments to the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Plan]
34-36. 171247 [Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Project Area I (Mission Rock), and Sub-Project Areas I-1 Through I-13, Infrastructure Financing District No. 2]

Wednesday, February 14, 6-9 PM
Women’s Building Mayoral Forum
hosted by: The SF Progressive Alliance, The SF Latino Democratic Club, The Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club, San Francisco Tomorrow, Latin@ Young Democrats of San Francisco, The SF Berniecrats, The SF Green Party, Progressive Democrats of America SF, South Beach D6 Democratic Club, SF For Democracy, and more. Get there early for a seat. https://www.facebook.com/events/1988009061213489/

Thursday, February 15, 2 PM – CANCELLED
SF Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday, February 20,  1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
Director’s report: Vision Circles, Traffic Circles
10.6 Amending the Transportation Code, Division II, regarding Residential Parking Permits issued to Educational Institutions
12. Presentation and discussion regarding Private Transit Vehicle route duplication.

Tuesday, February 20, 6:30 PM
Potrero-Hill-Neighborhood-House Mayoral Debate
The South Beach/District 6 Democratic Club, Potrero Hill Democratic Club, Black Young Democrats of San Francisco, San Francisco for Democracy, and San Francisco Black Community Matters invite you to a Mayoral Debate: Moderator: Marisa Lagos, KQED Candidates: Angela Alioto, London Breed, Jane Kim, Mark Leno, Amy Farah Weiss : details here: http://sanfrancisco.carpediem.cd/events/5848114-mayoral-debate-at-potrero-hill-neighborhood-house/ and here: https://www.facebook.com/events/169160530373835/

Thursday, February 22, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
16. Residential Pipeline Dashboard information
17a. Retail Study and Neighborhood Commercial Districts –  information
17b. Retail to office conversions within Union Square
18. Alcatraz Ferry Embarkation Project Appeal19. 655 Alvarado CU
22a-c. 799 Castro & 3878- 3880 21 St. CU DR and Variances

Sunday, February 25th, 1:30 PM
San Francisco Public Library-Civic Center Branch Latino Meeting Room
The Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring of Northern California
presents:
BEING THE RESISTANCE:
Sharing Songs, Stories & Strategies. Admission is free; space is limited. To reserve a a spot, go to: http://bit.ly/2DkHFu4, or contact dmscott01@yahoo.com.

Monday, February 26, 1 PMCANCELLED
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee

Tuesday, February 27, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
8. [Final Approval] Adopt Positions on State Legislation – ACTION*  resolution
(Includes a lot of state legislative bills under consideration for 2018)
Support: Senate Bill (SB) 760 (Wiener) Oppose: Assembly Bill (AB) 1756 (Brough)

Tuesday, February 27, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting

Wednesday, February 28, 4 PM – agenda
1 South Van Ness, 7th Floor – MTA CAC Engineering and Safety Sub-Committee
9.
presentation of the L Taraval project. (presentation)

Wednesday, February 28, 7 PM
45th Ave. and Sloat Blvd., Irish Cultural Center Mayoral Forum panel discussion and Q and A with the candidates. Attendance is FREE but RSVP is required to secure your place at the Forum Please e-mail your name & address to: FORUM4MAYOR@OUTLOOK.COM by February 15th

Thursday, March 1, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
Item 8.
Connect SF memo
D. Public comments on issues not on the agenda
9a-c.
Central Soma Plan – Preliminary Recommendation: Initiate and schedule a public hearing on or after March 29, 2018
11. 4230 18th Street CU – demo commercial for residential
12.  479 28th Street CU – demolish small single family dwelling to replace with muli-unit.

January 2018

 I apologize for the late calendar this week.

Tuesday, January 3, 2018 6-8 PM
Room 400 1650 Mission Street SF Planning Department
Community meeting to discuss the final draft of the Urban Design Guidelines. The project is tentatively scheduled to the Planning Commission for an informational hearing on January 11, 2018.

Monday, January 8, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation
1. [Planning Code – Definition of Gross Floor Area]
2. [Planning Code – Article 8 Corrections]
3. [Planning Code – Mission Street Neighborhood Commercial Transit District]
4. [Interim Zoning Controls – Conditional Use for Restaurants and Storefront Mergers]
5. [General Plan Amendment – Western Shoreline Area Plan (Local Coastal Plan)]
6. [Interim Zoning Controls – Supervisorial District 11 – Institutional Uses, Certain Personal Service Uses, and Conversion of Commercial to Residential Use]

Tuesday, January 9, 10 AMAgenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
4. Election of Chair and Vice Chair for 2018
9. Presentation on the Voter Survey Prepared for Task Force 2045
10. Update on TNC regulations in California and across the country

Tuesday, January 9, 2 PMagenda 
Room 250 City Hall SF Board of Supervisors Meeting
3 PM Special Mayor’s Appearance
3. [Emergency Declaration – Design and Construction of Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing’s Administrative Offices and Access Point – 440 Turk Street] Resolution declaring an emergency, and authorizing and directing the Director of Public Works, or designee thereof, to construct an access point to front-door services, case management, medical attention, and mental health counseling to individuals affected by homelessness at the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing property at 440 Turk Street, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 6.60(a). As I recall last time this came up, some supervisors failed to support spending money and energy on setting up an office in the midst of a housing crisis. I concur. In an emergency you set up a tent. Wouldn’t hurt for those working with tent dwellers to at least work in a tent.
4. [Transportation Code – Motorized Scooter and Moped Parking Restrictions]  Ordinance amending the Transportation Code to permit motorized scooters and mopeds to park in designated motorcycle parking spaces.
5. 170931 [Transportation Code – Shared Vehicle Parking Restrictions] Ordinance amending the Transportation Code to change the term “Car Share Vehicle” “Shared Vehicle” and permit Shared Vehicles to park in designated parking spaces.
9. [Business and Tax Regulations Code – Minimum Filing Thresholds for Gross Receipts Tax and Payroll Expense Tax]
27. [General Plan Amendment – Western Shoreline Area Plan (Local Coastal Plan)]
28. [Interim Zoning Controls – Conditional Use for Restaurants and Storefront Mergers]

Thursday, January 11, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
E.
Public comment
F. URBAN DESIGN GUIDELINES–Informational Presentation providing an overview and update of the Department’s proposed Urban Design Guidelines, community engagement process and input, revisions incorporated into last draft, and introduction to proposed Special Area Design Guidelines.
12. [INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM AMENDMENT [BOARD FILE NO. 171193]
16. [668-678 PAGE STREET – north side of Page Street between Steiner and Fillmore Streets; Lot 01 in Assessor’s Block 0843 (District 5) – Request for Condominium Conversion Subdivision, pursuant to Subdivision Code Sections 1332 and 1381, to convert a three-story-over-garage, six-unit building into residential condominiums. The subject property is located within a RH-3 (Residential – House, Three Family) Zoning District and 40-X Height and Bulk District. Preliminary Recommendation: Approve with Conditions. See article in 48hills on this story remidning us that this flat is where the 100 year old woman was famously evicted. Is planning not ware of the law that restricts conversions after evictions?

Holiday schedule Monday and Tuesday January 15-16 at City Hall

Tuesday, January 16, 1 PMagenda (contains links to docs)
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeing
Consent Calendar : Items psss without discussoin Passes unless someone takes action.
C-D Bike lanes going in on 16th St. and Missouri St. around 7th – as they SFMTA is supposedly working on 16th Street.
E-H Parking changes on Townsend
I badly defined parking area changes on 6th Street. (?)
(10.3) Parking alterations on Harrison near Embarcadero
(10,4-10.8) Contract modificaitons
Regular Calendar:
11. Amending Transportation Code Division II, Section 905 – (docs)
11 A Residential Permit Parking Area AA in the northwest Bernal Heights
12. Approving the parking and traffic modifications associated with the Upper Market Street Safety
13. Bike lanes on Turk Street
14. SFMTA annual report

Wednesday, January 17, 1 PM – agenda
1650 Mission Street, Suite 400, Room 406, Planning Department
Zoning Variance Hearing (Special Hearing)
2220-2230 TURK BLVDexposure and rear yard variances sought (doc).

Wednesday, January 17, 2 PM – agenda
Room 263 City Hall Rule Committee Meeting
2.
Cannabis Charter Amendment – Cannabis Commission
3.
Charter Amendment – Noncitizen Voting in School Board Elections
4.
Charter Amendment – Appointed Board Members and Commissioners Seeking Elective Office
5. Charter Amendment – Retirement Board
6. Charter Amendment – Revenue Bonds for Public Utilities Commission Power Facilities
7. Charter Amendment – Jurisdiction Within City Government Over Parking and Traffic Matters (17139)
8. Charter Amendment – Budget Set-Asides and Baselines

Thursday, January 18, 1 PMagenda (docs attached)
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
E.
Public comment
10. Burnett Ave. and Burnett Ave. North – issues with steep slope, effect on neighbors  who claim that  PUC parcel and vacated street proposed for rezoning and sale should have also been offered via a public process for other neighbors to purchase before the settlement in question was arranged.
11. 150 Eureka Review and Comment
12. 188 Hooper and other CCA school properties located in SF.
13a-b 744 Harrison LPA
15. 590 Leland Ave. – Demolition of an existing church and construction of five new three-story, single-family homes. This one made the news due to the historical significance of the unique craft-style design of the church. There may also be some concern over the condition of the soil.

Saturday, January 20, 12 PM
SF Civic Center “Hear Our Vote” rally and march
https://womensmarchbayarea.org/updates/2018/1/12/womens-march-san-francisco-announces-speakers-for-its-hear-our-vote-rally

Tuesday, January 23, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
8. [Final Approval on First Appearance] Approve revisions to the Fiscal Year 2017/18 Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program of Projects – ACTION*  resolution
9. Presentation of the San Francisco Transportation Task Force 2045 Final Report –INFORMATION*  memo  final report
10. Presentation on the Voter Survey Prepared for the San Francisco Transportation Task Force 2045 – INFORMATION*  presentation
11. Update on the Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) Regulatory Landscape: An Overview of Current TNC Regulation in California and Across the Country – INFORMATION*  memo  draft report  presentation
12. Adopt the 2017 Annual Report – ACTION*  resolution  [annual report to be posted 1/22/2018]
14. Public Comment

Tuesday, January 23, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
14.
[Health Code – License Fee for Cannabis Smoking Consumption Permit] 171311
20. [Sale of General Obligation Bonds – Transportation and Road Improvement Bonds, 2014 – Not to Exceed $177,000,000] 171253
23. [Real Property Acquisition – 700-730 Stanyan Street – McDonald’s Corporation – $15,500,000] 171319
24. [Follow-Up Board Response – Civil Grand Jury Report – Accelerating SF Government Performance – Taking Accountability and Transparency to the Next Level]
25. [Follow-Up Board Response – Civil Grand Jury Report – The San Francisco Retirement System – Increasing Understanding and Adding Voter Oversight]
26. [Planning Code – Definition of Gross Floor Area]
27.  [Planning Code – Article 8 Corrections]
28. [Planning Code – Mission Street Neighborhood Commercial Transit District]
29. [Interim Zoning Controls – Supervisorial District 11 – Institutional Uses, Certain Personal Service Uses, and Conversion of Commercial to Residential Use]
33. [Charter Amendment – Appointed Board Members and Commissioners Seeking Elective Office]
34. [Charter Amendment – Retirement Board]
35-37. [Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Project Area I (Mission Rock), and Sub-Project Areas I-1 Through I-13, Infrastructure Financing District No. 2 – January 23, 2018]
38-39. [Redevelopment Plan Amendments – Mission Bay South]
40-42. [Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Public Hearing to Take Nominations and Appoint a Successor Mayor Due to a Vacancy in the Office of the Mayor]

Wednesday, January 24, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hsll Rules Committee
1.
[Appointments, Ballot Simplification Committee]
2. [Charter Amendment – Jurisdiction Within City Government Over Parking and Traffic Matters] 171309

Thursday, January 25, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting
10-11.
Pier 70 Mixed Use Project
15.
2750 19 St. (Bryant and 19th St.) Request for LPA
1600 Ocean Ave. CU request (2015-009450CUA)

Monday, January 29, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
2. 171193 [Planning Code Exclusionary Affordable Housing Program] Ordinance amending the Planning Code to amend the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance to remove the requirement that on-site and off-site inclusionary units within a new development be ownership units rather than rental units, or alternatively, that the project sponsor submit a contract demonstrating the proposed on-site or off-site units are exempt from the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act.
5. 170636 [Hearing – Coordination Between the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Technical and Implementation Teams] Cohen

Tuesday, January 30, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
5. 171311 [
Health Code – License Fee for Cannabis Smoking Consumption Permit] Sponsor: Mayor Ordinance amending the Health Code to impose an annual license fee of $1,200 for a Cannabis Smoking Consumption permit.
9. [Planning Code – Definition of Gross Floor Area]
10. [Planning Code – Article 8 Corrections]
11. [Planning Code – Mission Street Neighborhood Commercial Transit District]

Thursday, February 1, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee Meeting
3. 171287
[Negotiate Purchase and Sale or Lease Agreements – California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) – Homeless Services on Caltrans Property]
8. 180032 [Shelter and Transitional Housing During Shelter Crisis – Selection of Sites; Waiver of Certain Requirements Regarding Contracting]
9. [Hearing – Community Supportive and Public Municipal Banking]  Public Bank  Report: The Budget Legislative Analyst and the Treasurer will be making presentations on a report about public banking and the status of the municipal banking task force. report
http://www.sfexaminer.com/san-francisco-advances-toward-launching-public-bank/
Sign up here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1993875007602322/
Interested parties should attend and prepare public comments on how SF may establish a public bank that serves the people of San Francisco.  The agenda has not been posted but we will updated when the item number is released. Any questions please email publicbanksf@gmail.com

Thursday February 1, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Board Meeting
11. 2011.1356MTZU Central SOMA Plan – informational
15. DR –
2567 MISSION STREET (2017-009668DRP) east side of Mission Street, between 21st and 22nd Streets

Friday, February 2, 10 AMagenda
Room 416 City Hall Engineering Hearing: Too many to list here.
7a.) Rescind Traffic Circles: (Naples St. / Russia Ave.) and (Excelsior Ave. / Naples St.)
(How much did it cost to put these in and did the neighborhood oppose them?)
8.)
MTA is planning to remove parking spaces at the corners along Fell Street and at the intersections of Fell with the cross streets from Baker through Shrader. If you oppose the loss of these parking spaces around Oak and Fell Streets described in this article, please attend the hearing and/or submit written opposition to the following officials. Always copy your supervisor:
MTABoard@sfmta.com
Ed Reiskin MTA Director ed.reiskin@sfmta.com
MTA spokesman ben.jose@sfmta.com
MTA Livable Streets  mike.sallaberry@sfmta.com
MTA Livable Streets luis.montoya@sfmta.com
Supervisor London Breed london.breed@sfgov.org
legislative aides to Supervisor Breed breedstaff@sfgov.org
ESTABLISH – NO PARKING EXCEPT BICYCLES
ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION
Berry Street at King Street –Bike Share Station
Berry Street, south side, from 164 feet to 223.5 feet east of Berry Street Extension (72.5-foot bike share station in four metered parking spaces – #445, #447, #449, #451 with a 3’ red zone on the eastern end of the station)
ESTABLISH – SIDEWALK BIKE SHARE STATION
Indiana Street at Cesar Chavez Street– Bike Share Station
Indiana Street, east side, from 32.5 feet to 74.5 feet north of Cesar Chavez Street (42-foot bike share station)

Saturday, February 3, 4PM
Main SF Public Library Mayoral Forum
Presented by the Untied Democratic Club With Alioto, Breed, Kim, Leno and Weiss online registration

Saturday, February 10, 5 PM
1600 17th Street Thee Parkside  SF4Ds Annual Members and Friends Party It’s going to be a big year in politics at all levels. Come out and meet the candidates and hang with like minded folks! All are welcome.

Tuesday, February 13, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFTCA Meeting

Tuesday, February 27, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFTCA Meeting

Wednesday, February 28, 7 PM
45th Ave. and Sloat Blvd., Irish Cultural Center Mayoral Forum
panel discussion and Q and A with the candidates. Attendance is FREE but RSVP is required to secure your place at the Forum Please e-mail your name & address to: FORUM4MAYOR@OUTLOOK.COM by February 15th