October 2017

Monday, Oct 2, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250, City Hall Land Use Committee
2. A
dministrative Code – Displaced Tenant Preference in City Affordable Housing

Tuesday, October 3, 10:30 AMagenda
Committee Room 263, City Hall, Vision Zero Meeting
5. Recommend Approving a Resolution in Support of the Proposed San Francisco Board of Supervisors Ordinance Prohibiting the Operation of Autonomous Delivery Devices on Public Sidewalks and Right-of-Ways – ACTION*  resolution

Tuesday, October 3, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400, City Hall, SFMTA Meeting
10.4
  Adopting a Resolution of Local Support for the Geary Rapid Project (formerly known as the “Geary Bus Rapid Transit Phase I Project”) to be funded by MTC in 2019.
12. Amending Transportation Code Division II to (1) delete the defined term for “Institution” and add “Residential Area”; (2) limit the number of parking permits that may be issued to a single address to four and eliminate the request for waiver provision.
13-14. Changes in taxi and jitney regulations
15. Special Order 3 PM –
Presentation and discussion regarding the Piazza Saint Francis. (Explanatory documents include a slide presentation.)

Tuesday, October 3, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250, City Hall Board of Supervisors meeting
6.
Bicycle Chop Shop legislation – Sheehy, as amended.
7. Environment Code – Antibiotic Use in Food Animals

Thursday, October 5, 1 PMagenda – (docs attached)
Room 400, City Hall Planning Commission
12.
Western Shoreline Area Plan – General Plan Amendment to incorporate sea level rise and coastal erosion policies in a new Coastal Hazards section
13. Job-Housing Growth – Presentation
14-15d. Seawall Lot 337 and Pier 48 Mixed Use Project (Mission Rock) EIR – The public comment period for the Draft EIR ended on June 12, 2017. Public comment will be received when the item is called during the hearing. However, comments submitted may not be included in the Final EIR.

Wednesday, October 11, 10AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Pubic Safety and Neighborhood Committee Meeting
2. 170599 Public Works, Police Codes – Prohibiting Autonomous Delivery Devices on Sidewalks and Right-of-Ways . Ordinance amending the Public Works Code to prohibit the operation of autonomous delivery devices on sidewalks and right-of-ways…delivery devices on sidewalks and right-of-ways within the jurisdiction of Public Works.

Thursday, October 12, 1 PMagenda – (docs attached)
Room 400, City Hall Planning Commission
7.
REMOVAL OF RESIDENTIAL FLATS POLICY – Discussion and possible action on a proposed Planning Commission Policy that would require Mandatory Discretionary Review for projects proposing the removal of a Residential Flat.
Preliminary Recommendation: Adoption.
11a-b 799 CASTRO STREET & 3878-3880 21ST STREET Cu to demolish an existing mixed-use structure (commercial office/single-family) and construct a three-story over basement single-family residence. Request for Variances from the Zoning Administrator to construct within the required front setback and rear yard.

Monday, Oct 16, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250, City Hall Land Use Committee
1.
170930 General Plan – Pier 70 Mixed-Use District Project
2. Pier 70 SUD
3.
Pier 70 Public Trust Exchange Agreement – California State Lands Commission
5. Hearing – San Francisco’s Five-Year Strategic Framework Plan to Reduce Homelessness
6. Utility Undergrounding Report

Tuesday, Oct 17, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250, SFCTA Meeting
4.
[Final Approval] Approve a Resolution in Support of the Proposed San Francisco Board of Supervisors Ordinance Prohibiting the Operation of Autonomous Delivery Devices on Public Sidewalks and Right-of-Ways – ACTION* 
7.
Allocate $890,000 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for Two Requests and $2,465,316 in Prop AA Vehicle Registration Fee Funds for One Request, with Conditions
9. Adopt the 2017 San Francisco Transportation Plan Update
10. Accept the San Francisco Transportation Demand Management Plan
11. Update on the Core Capacity Transit Study

Tuesday, Oct 17, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400, SFMTA Board meeting
Consent Calendar:
11 D-G.
ESTABLISH – PARALLEL PARKING − on Indiana St.
11 H-K. NO LEFT TURN − 7th Street, northbound, at Channel St.
10.2. Approving a parking protected bikeway and various parking and traffic modifications, along Folsom Street between 11th Street and 5th Street until April 17, 2019
1-.5 Establish a fee to be charged to customers at parking facilities under the SFMTA’s jurisdiction for use of electric vehicle charging stations to recover the SFMTA’s program costs, charging station maintenance and electricity costs, and payment processing charges, in an amount not to exceed $2.75 per charging session
Regular Calendar:
12. Approving bicycle, parking and traffic modifications associated with the Folsom Street 11th to 13th Streets Bike Lane Gap Closure Project
13. Amending Transportation Code, Division II, to create a private transit vehicle permit program
14. Amending Transportation Code, Division II, Article 1100 to remove references to Non Standard Vehicles…

Tuesday, October 17, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
8.
Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Requirements Ordinance
9.
Public Works Code – Bicycle Chop Shops Ordinance
14.
Administrative Code – Establish a Trial Local Business Enterprise Joint Venture and Core Discipline Incentive Program.
25. Planning Code – Commercial Uses in Polk Street and Pacific Avenue Neighborhood Commercial Districts; Technical and Other Amendments
28. Administrative Code – Displaced Tenants Preference in Affordable Housing
29. Public Works, Police Codes – Prohibiting Autonomous Delivery Devices on Sidewalks and Right-of-Ways]
39.  Adopting the Planning Department’s Report on Interim Moratorium on Medical Cannabis Dispensaries]

Wednesday, October 18, 10AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Pubic Safety and Neighborhood Committee Meeting
2.
Hearing – Building Standards in Seismic Safety Zones

Wednesday, October 18, 2:15 PMagenda
Room 416 City Hall Small Business Commission – Special Meeting on Cannabis regulations
2.
Board of Supervisors File No. 171042 – Various Codes – Regulation of Cannabis Businesses. Legislative Digest and Legislation
3. Board of Supervisors File No. 171041 – Planning Code – Cannabis Regulation. Legislative Digest and Legislation

Thursday, October 19, 1 PMagenda TBD – (docs attached)
Room 400, City Hall Planning Commission
11. 2017-010365PCA Cannabis regulation [BOARD FILE NO. 171041]
establish a local regulatory framework for the cultivation, sale, and use of adult use cannabis consistent with 2016’s Proposition 64.
12. 2015-000988PCA-03 MISSION STREET NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL TRANSIT AND THE 24TH STREET – MISSION NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL TRANSIT DISTRICT
Reserve PDR, remove administrative use.
14.  2017 TRANSPORTATION SECTOR CLIMATE ACTION STRATEGY – Informational Presentation providing an overview of the 2017 Transportation Sector Climate Action Strategy, which has been authored by the SFMTA and its city partners, including the Planning Department. The Strategy provides the framework for the reduction of emissions and transformation of the transportation sector necessary to realize San Francisco’s mid-century climate goals. The Strategy is scheduled for presentation and action at the SFMTA Board of Directors in December 2017. – Informational
15.
2017-006854OTH  TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT (TDM) PLAN – request for  Endorsement, the TDM plan is a work program comprised of strategies to support sustainable travel options for existing and future residents, tenants, employees and visitors. Four San Francisco agencies will implement this TDM work program. Planning’s lead responsibilities primarily address land use development, which includes implementing the recently adopted Planning Code section 169: TDM Ordinance.
16. 2014-002541ENV  INDIA BASIN MIXED-USE PROJECT (700 INNES AVENUE, 900 INNES AVENUE, INDIA BASIN OPEN SPACE, AND INDIA BASIN SHORELINE PARK)
17-18e PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT Case No. 2015-005848DVA: 1629 Market Street Mixed-Use Project Development Agreement [Board File No. 170939], located on the south side of Market Street between 12th and Brady Streets
22.A– 114 LYON STREET – east side of Lyon Street between Oak and Page Streets; Lot 020 in Assessor’s Block 1220 (District 5) – Request for Conditional Use Authorization

Preliminary Recommendation:   Adopt a Resolution Endorsing the Plan
10A. Establish a fee to be charged to customers at parking facilities under the SFMTA’s jurisdiction for use of electric vehicle charging stations to recover the SFMTA’s program costs, charging station maintenance and electricity costs, and payment processing charges, in an amount not to exceed $2.75 per charging session.

 

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September 2017

Tuesday September 5, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Board
10.2
Traffic Modifications – Commuter Shuttles
10.3 Contracts- Elevator Maintenance
10.4 Streetcar Repair
11 Citywide Demand-responsive Parking Pricing
12 Pier 70 Development – CEQA Findings – docs
2:30 PM Special Order:
13
Taxi Driver Fund  – Approving distribution of the Taxi Driver Fund to active taxi drivers in the form of waiving annual permit renewal fees for all active taxi drivers for two years and in the form of cash payouts of the remainder, based on a three-tiered seniority plan. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, and resolution.)Ford Bikes don’t appear to be on this agenda

Tuesday September 5, 2 PM (agenda)
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Meeting
20-25.
Hearing – Appeal of Final EIR Report Certification – 1500-1540 Market Street (One Oak Street)

Wednesday September 6, 6 PM (agenda)
1455 Market, 22nd Floor SFCTA, Special Citizens Advisory Committee

Monday September 11, (agenda)
Room 250 City Hall, Land Use and Transportation Committee BOS

Tuesday September 12, 10 AM (agenda)
Room 250 City Hall Transportation Authority Board

Tuesday September 12, 2 PM (agenda)
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Meeting
6.
Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements
13. Board Response to Civil Grand Jury Report – Accelerating SF Government Performance – Taking Accountability and Transparency to the Next Level]
14. Urging the Retirement Board to Renew Its Commitment to Divest from Fossil Fuel Companies
15-20. Hearing – Appeal of Community Plan Evaluation – 1850 Bryant Street
19-24.  Hearing – Appeal of Final EIR Certification –  1500-1540 Market Street (One Oak Street)]
25-28. Appeal of Mitigated Negative Declaration – Proposed Project at 3516 and 3526 Folsom Street
29-32. Appeal of EIR Exemption 43 Everson Street
33-36. Appeal of EIR Exemption 302 Greenwich Street/1531 Montgomery Street
37. Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Closing of Skilled Nursing and Sub-Acute Unit at St. Luke’s Hospital – September 12, 2017]

Tuesday, September 12, 5:30 PM (agenda)
Room 400 City Hall Small Business Commission

Wednesday, September 13, 10:30 AM (agenda)
Room 263 City Hall BOS Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee
5. Police Code – Rental Car Restrictions to Reduce Burglaries
6. Police Code – Rental Car Disclosure Requirements

Thursday, September 14, 1 PM (agenda) (adendum)
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
I apologize for the lack of details here. My update did not get posted for some reason.

Monday September 18, (agenda cancelled)
Room 250 City Hall, Land Use and Transportation Committee BOS

Tuesday September 19, 1 PM (agenda) (attached docs.)
Room 400 City Hall SFTMTA Board Meeting
11
A. ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY NO STOPPING 7-9AM AND 3-7 PM MONDAY –FRIDAY; TOW-AWAY NO PARKING ALL OTHER TIMES -Potrero Avenue, west side, from 22nd Street (East) to 195 feet northerly; and Potrero Avenue, west side, from 22nd Street (East) to 95 feet southerly. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution, and environmental documents.)
12 A-D Approving parking and traffic modifications on Jerrold Avenue between Barneveld Avenue and Bayshore Boulevard and on the west side of Barneveld Avenue between Jerrold Avenue and McKinnon Avenue. Replacing parking with bike lane. (see agenda for details)
13. Amending Transportation Code, Division II, to create a private transit vehicle permit program, including application requirements, permit terms and conditions, fees, and administrative penalties. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution and amendments.)

Tuesday September 19, 2 PM (more)
Room 250 City Hall BOS Meeting
19.
[Police Code – Rental Car Disclosure Requirements]
20.
[Police Code – Rental Car Restrictions to Reduce Burglaries]
21. [Public Works, Administrative Codes – Requirements for Surface-Mounted Facility Site Permits]
22. [Park Code – Using Glass Beverage Containers in Parks

Wednesday, September 20, 10:30 AM (agenda)
Room 263 City Hall BOS Government Audit and Oversight Committee
1. Streetscape construction project effects on local Businesses 150326
2. Heatwave – 170962 Hearing on San Francisco’s coordinated preparation and response to the record-breaking September 2017 heatwave; and requesting the Department of Emergency Management and the Fire Department to report.

Thursday, September 21, 1 PM (agenda cancelled)
Room 499 City Hall Planning Commisison

Monday, September 25, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee
1. 170829 [Hearing – Traffic Congestion Downtown and in Our Neighborhoods] Sponsor: Sheehy Hearing to address increased traffic congestion downtown and in our neighborhoods, consider increases in traffic caused by increased development and the prevalence of transportation network companies; and requesting the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, Planning Department, and Police Department to report.]
2. Bicycle Chop Shops

Tuesday, September 26, 10AMagenda 
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
10. Downtown tunneling report presentation
11. 2017 Transportation Update memo
12. ConnectSF memo

Tuesday, September 26, 10AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
1. [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements] Breed; Kim, Peskin, Safai and Tang
2. [Setting Property Tax Rate and Establishing Pass-Through Rate for Residential Tenants – FY2017-2018]
5161065 Police Code – Rental Car Disclosure Requirements] Breed; Yee, Farrell, Ronen, Sheehy and Kim
6170421 Police Code – Rental Car Disclosure Requirements] Breed; Yee, Farrell, Ronen, Sheehy and Kim
15170663 [Board Response – Civil Grand Jury Report – The San Francisco Retirement System – Increasing Understanding and Adding Voter Oversight]
3 PM Special
16-19. 170808 Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Community Plan Evaluation – 1726-1730 Mission Street
20-23. One Oak Street [Hearing – Appeal of Final Environmental Impact Report Certification – 1500-1540 Market Street (One Oak Street)]
35. 171022 Motion Adopting Findings Reversing the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration – 3516 and 3526 Folsom Street]

Thursday, September 28, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
16.
 ConnectSF Informational Presentation
17. 2015-012094GEN TRANSPORTATION IMPACT ANALYSIS GUIDELINES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
18. CANNABIS REGULATION  – Informational Presentation
23. 1900 Mission and 15th Street

August 2017

Most of City Hall is on vacation through the month of August

Wednesday, August 2, 6-8 PM – details
Bay Area Metro Center, Yerba Buena Room, 375 Beale Street
South Downtown Design and Activation Plan – Upcoming First Workshop will provide a framework for designing, implementing and managing the public realm in the emergent neighborhood surrounding the Transbay Terminal and Rincon Hill. RSVP and more info available, and sign up for updates: here

Thursday, August 3, 2017, 5:30 PMagenda corrected time
SFMTA Offices, 7th Floor, Union Square Conference Room
One South Van Ness Avenue
SFMTA CITIZENS’ ADVISORY COUNCIL
1. Thursday’s agenda will cover possible actions regarding the Dogpatch Residential Parking Permit Pilot Project, Vision Zero and increasing the number of fare inspectors. related docs. The council meets on the first Thursday of each month, where they hear presentations from SFMTA staff with respect to any matter within the jurisdiction of SFMA and provide recommendations on those matters to the agency.

Monday, August 14, 5:30 PM – agenda TBD
Room 400, City Hall, Small Business Commission Meeting

Tuesday, August 15, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting

Monday, August 28 2 PM – agenda TBD
Room 400, City Hall, Small Business Commission Meeting

 

 

July 2017

Monday, July 3 – Tuesday July 4, Holiday NO MEETINGS

Thursday, July 6, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning and Transportation Commission
14.
2017-001061PCA-05 – INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM & REQUIRED MINIMUM DWELLING UNIT MIX ORDINANCE Planning Code Amendment to the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program establishing a required dwelling unit mix
15. 2017-000475PCA CAR-SHARE AND SHARED LIMITED RANGE VEHICLE PARKING REQUIREMENTS [BOARD FILE NO. 170625, PREVIOUSLY BF 161349]Planning Code Amendment to allow Shared Limited Range Vehicle Parking. (But only Scoot and city-owned vehicles appear to be in on this deal that will hand public property over to city commercial interests.) Private owned vehicles cannot park in Daylight zones. yet, THEIR CHOSEN vehicles may.
17. 2014-0449DRP 1924 Mission at 13th St. DR
18.
2013.140DRP 1298 Valencia at 24th St.DR

Monday, July 10, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Meeting
4.
170760 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements]
5. 170209 [Police Code – Bicycle Chop Shops]

Monday, July 10, 15:30 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall – Small Business Commission Meeting
Item 3.
Approval of Legacy Business Registry Applications and Resolutions.
Item 4.
Board of Supervisors File No. 170516 – Planning Code – Medical Cannabis Dispensaries in Supervisorial District 11. Limit the number of dispensaries to 3 in District 11.

Tuesday, July 11, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall MTC Meeting
7. Adopt Positions on State Legislation – INFORMATION/ACTION*  legislation
8. Allocate $5,440,926 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds for Two Requests, with Conditions, and Appropriation of $100,000 in Prop K Funds for One Request – ACTION*  resolution
9. Approve San Francisco’s One Bay Area Grant Cycle 2 Program of Projects – ACTION*  resolution
10. Adopt the Revised Guiding Principles for Emerging Mobility Services & Technologies – ACTION*  resolution

Tuesday, July 11, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
2.
170673 Re-Appropriating Bond funds from 2014 to 2018
11.
170296 [Planning Code, Zoning Map – Corona Heights Large Residence Special Use District]
16. 170271 [Administrative Code, Transfer of Moscone Center Garage and Performing Arts Garage to Municipal Transportation Agency]
17. 161351 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee Requirements]
18. 170349 [Administrative Code, Owner Move-In Reporting Requirements]
24. 170679 [[Administrative Code, Arts Commission Contracting Authority]
25. 170680 [Business and Tax Regulations Code – Emergency Medical Services Fees]
26. 170681 [Health Code – Patient Rates – FYs 2017-2018 and 2018-2019]
3PM Special:
52. 170718 [Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Exemption from ER – Proposed SFMTA – Upper Market Street Safety Project] Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the determination of exemption from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act issued as a Categorical Exemption by the Planning Department on February 3, 2017, approved on May 2, 2017, for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s proposed Upper Market Street Safety Project, to include new curb extensions, parking-protected bicycle lanes, and ADA-compliant curb ramps, possible relocation of basins and manholes, and possible replacement of pull-boxes, along several locations between Castro Street and Octavia Street. (Districts 8 and 5) (Appellant: David Pilpel) (Filed June 1, 2017) (Clerk of the Board)

Thursday, July 13, 1 PM agenda – and docs.
Room 400 City Hall Planning and Transportation Commission
3a-b.
2014-00218MAPPA and 2014-00218CUA – Geary-Masonic SUD and CU
4a-b. 2014.1302CUA and 2014.1302VAR – 2906 Folsom Street CU and Variance
5. 2015-000885DRP-02 2782-2786 DR request

Monday, July 17, 1 PM –  agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
Item 2.
170692 [General Plan Amendments – Implementing the City’s Vision Zero Policy Regarding Pedestrian Safety] Chair intends to send Committee Report to the Full Board for July 18 hearing

Tuesday, July 18, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
11.
Approving the Geary Corridor BRT; and concurring in the SFCTA’s determination that the Hybrid Alternative/Staff-Recommended Alternative is the Locally Preferred Alternative for the Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Project; and adopting the CEQA Findings; adopt the Mitigation and Monitoring Reporting Plan. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution and environmental documents.)
14. Adopting the Vehicle Sharing Parking Permit Policy to guide SFMTA’s vehicle sharing program; a mending Transportation Code, Division II to make permanent existing On-Street Vehicle Sharing Parking Permit requirements

Tuesday, July 18, 2 pM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
18. 170271 [Administrative Code, Transfer of Moscone Center Garage and Performing Arts Garage to Municipal Transportation Agency]
20. 161351 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee Requirements]
24. 170349 [Administrative Code, Owner Move-In Reporting Requirements]
24. 170679 [[Administrative Code, Arts Commission Contracting Authority]
26. 170209 [Police Code Bicycle Chop Shops]
38. 170275 [Establishing a Cannabis State Legalization Task Force]
39. 170692 [General Plan Amendments – Implementing the City’s Vision Zero Policy Regarding Pedestrian Safety]
59. 170827  [Opposing California State Assembly Bill 943 (Santiago) – Land Use Regulations: Local Initiatives: Voter Approval] would require 55% on all ballot measures in cities and counties with populations of 750,000 or more that are qualified for the ballot by citizen petition and are designated by the county counsel or city attorney in those cities and counties to inhibit unchecked development.
60. 170828 [Adopting the Planning Department’s Report on Interim Zoning Prohibition on Commercial Mergers – Proposed Calle 24 Special Use District]

Thursday, July 20, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning and Transportation Commission
1.
2014-001272GPA: Pier 70 Mixed-Use Project General Plan Amendments – (for continuance)
9.
2016-000068IMP-02:  Multiple properties owned or leased by the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) located in the City and County of San Francisco. Informational
11.  2015-003308CWP: SUSTAINABLE CHINATOWN REPORT
13.  2015-000988PCA-03MISSION STREET NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL TRANSIT AND THE 24TH STREET – MISSION NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL TRANSIT DISTRICT
 14. 2017-006196PCA  : Medical Cannabis Dispensaries in Supervisorial District 11 [Board File No. 170516].

Monday, July 24, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Meeting

Tuesday, July 25, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 SFCTA Meeting
Please review the consent calendar and attached documents and request any you don’t approve of be removed from the consent calendar so they will be discussed and commented on for the record prior to approval.
Public Comment is last but this should be a short meeting.

Tuesday, July 25, 2 pM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
4.
170834 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements.
26. 170829 [Planning Code – Valencia Street Neighborhood Commercial Transit District Zoning Control Table]
28. 170761 [Public Works, Administrative Codes – Street Encroachment Permits and Maintenance Fund for Certain Permits]
41. 170808 [Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Community Plan Evaluation – 1726-1730 Mission Street] District 9) (Appellant: J. Scott Weaver, on behalf of Our Mission No Eviction)
45. 170804 [Hearing – Appeal of Community Plan Evaluation – 1850 Bryant Street] Appellant: Bijal Patel, on behalf of Franklin Square Owners Association
66. 170845 [Opposing California State Assembly Bill 943 (Santiago) – Land Use Regulations: Local Initiatives: Voter Approval] which would impose a supermajority voting requirement of 55% on all ballot measures in cities and counties with populations of 750,000 or more. WE SUPPORT THIS POSITION THAT PROTECTS VOTERS RIGHTS.

Thursday, July 27, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning and Transportation Commission
1.
975 Bryant St. Large Project
2. AAU – proposed for continuance, or adopt findings
11. INSTITUTIONAL MASTER PLAN (IMP) PROGRAMInformational presentation providing background on the history and evolution of the IMP program since its original adoption in 1976. Informational
12. AAU informational
13. Central SOMA plan informational

June 2017

Thursday, June 1, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, Budget and Finance Committee
Items 170517 – 170521 – Transbay Transit Center Annexation and Issuance of bonds and Appropriation of Proceeds from Special Tax Bonds for Transbay Transit Center Project – FY2016-2017 – $207,500,000.

Thursday, June 1, 12 PM – agenda – not cancelled after all, just late
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission
8.
2014-001179CWP Housing Balance Report shows loss of affordable inspite of heavy housing development
9.
2015-000644ENV Biosolids Digester Facilities Project at 750 Phelps St.written comments till June 19
10. 2013.0208E 
Seawall Lot 337 and Pier 48 Mixed Use Project. A copy of the report is available for public review and comment online at http://sf-planning.org/sfceqadocs.
11.
Residential Expansion review – a clear process for alterations and demolitions in RH districts.
15a-b
2015-014040CUA  2301 Lombard CU and vairance request – 22 units, 33 off-street parking spaces
16a-b
2016-001273CUA  302 Greenwich / 1531 Montgomery CU and variance request. City Landmark No. 121: Julius’ Castle restauration of restaurant.
17.  2014-002026ENX
1726-1730 Mission St. LPAto demolish a 11,200 square-foot (sq. ft.), two-story, approximately 20-foot ­tall industrial building, and to construct of a six-story, 66-foot ­tall, 35,893 sq. ft. mixed-use building with up to 40 dwelling units, approximately 2,250 sq. ft. of ground floor PDR (Production Distribution and Repair) use, and 22 off-street parking spaces.
18a-c.
2015-011211SHD 1850 Bryant – east side of Bryant Street, between 17th and Mariposa Streets, through lot to Florida Street request for shadow allowance, CU, and variance.

June 1 Deadline to Comment on Draft Plan Bay Area 2040

Monday June 5, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Planning and Transportation Committee
6.
170349 [Administrative Code – Owner Move-In Reporting Requirement]
8. 161351 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements]

Tuesday, June 6, 9:40 AM Meeting of the Plan Bay Area Advisory Council was cancelled

Tuesday, June 6, 10:30 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA – Vision Zero Committee Report – Information packet  agenda

Tuesday, June 6, 1 PM – agenda and packets
Room 250 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
10.2-3 Traffic Modifications and Parking Restrictions
11. Approval – Short Range Transit Plan
12. MTAB Fees and Fines Taskforce – doc MTA is considering lowering the fines and fees and allowing payment in a broader range of public service options! Read the presentation for the details and send feedback if you can.

Tuesday, June 6, 2 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
5.
150969 – [Planning Code – Affordable Housing Bonus Programs]
Sponsors: Mayor; Tang and Safai
20-26. MOH is providing operating subsidies for formerly homeless household housing projects in a number of existing units. No numbers are in the agenda, just the grant amounts. Read grant agreement details in attached docs.
28-29. 170203 Planning Code – [Article 7 Reorganization; Technical and Other Amendments] Mayor
30. 170420  [Administrative Code – Relocation Assistance for Lawful Occupants Regardless of Age]
49. 170627  [Urging the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development to Create Affordable Rental Housing for Educators of the San Francisco Unified School District.
50. 170633 [ Committee of the Whole – Permanent Closure of County Jail Nos. 3 and 4]

Tuesday, June 6, 7-9 PM
1010 Valencia Street (21 St.) Remax Offices Public Forum on Groundwater Blending
On April 18, the SFPUC began mixing lower quality, minimally treated groundwater with our pristine Hetch Hetchy drinking water. Concerns were raised at the first Board of Supervisors hearing on May 24. We are continuing the discussion by providing a public forum where different view points will be presented and questions will be asked from the SFPUC. This forum, sponsored by the Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association and the Noe Neighborhood Council encourages active community participation and awareness. Please join us, SFPUC representatives, and knowledgeable residents to discuss the divergent views on this topic.

Wednesday June 7, 6-7:30 PM
1550 Scott St, Western Addition Library Berniecrats Healthcare Meeting
Join us as we recap on what’s been happening since 05/18, plan future events, and discuss further actions about passing SB 562,. SB 562 passed the State Senate by a vote of 23-14, with three Democrats abstaining (Richard Pan, Richard Roth, Ben Hueso) and one Democrat (our neighbor Steve Glazer) voting No. (which passed through the senate and is now in the Assembly) and pushing for single-payer healthcare.  The fiscal study release this week was very positive – cost savings for the low & middle families and small businesses. The only cost increase would be for those making over $227,000 annually by 0.6%. More info:
https://www.facebook.com/CampaignForAHealthyCalifornia/videos/976399939130182/
Study-shows-californias-single-payer-bill-would-save-health-care-costs-0601
healthycaliforniaact.org/big-winners-in-californias-new-healthcare-plan-households-and-small-businesses/

Thursday, June 8, 10 AM – appears to be cancelled this week
BOS Budget and Subcommittee Meeting

Thursday, June 8, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
12.
2014.2110CWP WESTERN SHORELINE AREA PLAN – Pursuant to Planning Code Section 340, the Planning Commission will consider a General Plan Amendment, adopting changes to the Western Shoreline Area Plan, the City’s Local Coastal Program, to incorporate sea level rise and coastal erosion policies in a new Coastal Hazards section.
13. 2017-004521MAP  THIRD STREET FORMULA RETAIL RESTRICTED USE DISTRICT – Pursuant to Planning Code Section 302, the Planning Commission will consider a Resolution of Intention to Initiate Zoning Map Amendments to Sectional Map SU10 of the City and County of San Francisco.
15. 2013.1404DRP  1298 VALENCIA STREET – located at the northwest corner of 24th Street and Valencia Streets, at the corner of 24th Street, Lot 021 in Assessor’s Block 3644 (District 8) – Request for DR proposing to demolish the existing one-story, 1,758 square foot automotive service and gas station (dba 76) and construct a new six-story, retail space and community arts space on the ground floor and 35 dwelling units above within the Valencia Street NCT (Neighborhood Commercial Transit) Zoning District.
16. 2015-016467 DRP-02  653 28TH STREET – south side of 28th Street (Diamond and Douglass); DR proposing new construction of three-story over basement single-family dwelling. The project includes demolition of existing two-story single-family house. The subject property is within a RH-1 (Residential, House, One-Family) Zoning District and 40-X Height and Bulk District.
17.  2014.0168DRP  2092 3RD STREET – northwest corner of 3rd and 18th Streets; Lot 007 in Assessor’s Block 3995 (District 10) – Request for DR project includes demolition of the existing building and new construction of a six-story 19 unit housing project.

Friday, June 9, 9:30 AMagenda – attached draft Summary of public input
Bay Area Metro Center – Board Room, First Floor – Meeting of the Plan Bay Area Advisory Administrative Committee.

Monday, June 12, 8-7 PM
Pier 40A South Beach Harbor Community Room
(just east the ballpark, near the tot lot) Director of San Francisco’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, will talk to us about homelessness in our neighborhood. JANE KIM, will also be with us to join in this conversation.

Tuesday, June 13, 10 AMagenda and packet
Rooms 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
4. Adopt Positions on State Legislation – ACTION*  resolution
Support: Assembly Bill (AB) 17 (Holden) Oppose Unless Amended: AB 1625 (Rubio)
5. Allocations and Appropriation
6. Approve the Fiscal Year 2017/18 Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program of Projects – ACTION*  resolution
7. Relocate the Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Westbound Bus Lane Transition One Block West and Update the Locally Preferred Alternative – ACTION*  resolution

Tuesday, June 13, 2 PM – agenda
Rooms 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
2 PM Special Order
Mayor’s Appearance Before The Board
4. 170203 [Planning Code – Article 7 Reorganization; Technical and Other Amendment]
6. 170420  [Administrative Code – Relocation Assistance for Lawful Occupants Regardless of Age]
7. [Redevelopment Plan Amendments – Bayview Hunters Point]
8. [Redevelopment Plan Amendments – Hunters Point Shipyard]

Thursday, June 15, 12 PM – agenda
Rooms 400 City Hall Planning Commission
7.  
2017-001061PCA-04 INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM ORDINANCE
9-10g. 1500-1540 MARKET STREET (AKA ONE OAK STREET) PROJECT
5 PM or later 16-17b. 3526 FOLSOM STREET Appeal of Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration and DR request.

Friday, June 16, 2017 10 AM
Room 416 City Hall – Public Hearing on Shuttle zone changes

Monday, June 19,  1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Meeting
1.
161351 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements]

Tuesday, June 20, 1 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Board Meeting
CONSENT CALENDAR:
7. Directors’ ReportUpdate on Vision Zero
10.3 A-D
Approving various parking and traffic modifications associated with the Vicente Bicycle Lane project, including parking modifications
10.6 Authorizing the Director to execute Contract Modification No.3 to Contract No.2011-12-08 with Serco, for Parking Meter Coin Counting, Collection, and Support Services, to adapt service requirements in the contract to new technologies, increase the monthly management fee, change the contract from a crew-based system to an hourly billing system, and extend the contract for four years, to July 31, 2021, with no increase in the contract amount.
REGULAR CALENDAR:
11
. Create new shared electric moped parking program
12. A-H Approving various parking and traffic modifications as part of the Potrero Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project

Tuesday, June 20, 2 PMagenda
Rooms 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
10.
170203,  Article 7 Reorganization
11. 170204,  Article 7 Reorganization, zoning control tables
25. 170742 Approval of a 180-Day Extension for Planning Commission Review of Planning Code – Car-Share and Shared Limited Range Vehicle Parking Requirements (File No. 170625)

Thursday, June 22, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
10. 014-001272GPA Pier 70 Mixed-use project – General Plan Amendment
11.a-b  017-003880PCA, 2017-003880MAP  Corona Heights Large Planning Code and Zoning map
12.  2015-004827ENV Alameda recapture program

Monday, June 26,  1:30PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportion Meeting
4. 170349 Amending the Administrative Code regarding OMI evictions
5. 170417 Amending the Administrative Code regarding (“OMI”) evictions
6. 170434 Amending Planning Code – Construction of ADUs to conform with state law
7. 170296 Planning Code, Zoning Map – Corona Heights Large Residence SPU District

Tuesday, June 27, – 10AM agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA meetng
Support: Assembly Bill AB 17 (Holden)
Oppose Unless Amended: AB 1625 (Rubio)
7. [Final Approval] Relocate the Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Westbound Bus Lane Transition One Block West and Update the Locally Preferred Alternative – ACTION*

Tuesday, June 27, – 1PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFBOS meeting
6.
170673 Better Market Street
27.
161351 Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee Requirements] Sponsors: Breed; Kim, Peskin, Safai and Tang
3 o’clock Special:
28. 170638 Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the determination of exemption from environmental review under the CEQA. issued as a Categorical Exemption by the Planning Department on April 10, 2017, for the SFMTA’s proposed 13th Street Eastbound Bicycle Facility Project, to remove one travel lane along eastbound 13th Street, relocate and remove existing on-street parking, restripe portions of the street, change color of curbs, install signs within the project limits, and install painted bicycle boxes at the intersections of Folsom and 13th Streets, Harrison and 13th Streets, and Bryant and 13th Streets. (Districts 6 and 9) (Appellant: Mary Miles, on behalf of the Coalition for Adequate Review) (Filed May 18, 2017)

Thursday, June 29, 12 PM – NO MEETING

JULY 2017

Thursday, July 7, 12 PM
Case No. 2017-001061PCA-05
– INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM & REQUIRED MINIMUM DWELLING UNIT MIX ORDINANCE

 

 

 

 

May 2017

Monday, May 1, ALL DAY ACTIONS around the nation

Monday, May 1, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
Item 1. 151258 [Planning Code – Affordable Housing Requirement and Fee in Divisadero and Fillmore Neighborhood Commercial Transit Districts
Item 2. 161310 [Amending Ordinance No. 1061 – Sidewalk Width Change – Intersection of Mission Street and 22nd Street] Why are we paying to widen some sidewalks and narrow others? How much does the city spend on these programs?
Item 3. 161014  [Planning Code – Exempting Certain Historic Landmarks from Requirement to Obtain Conditional Use and Replace PDR, Institutional Community, and Arts Activities Uses]
Item 4. 170156 [Planning Code, Zoning Map – PDR Controls; Eliminating the Transit-Oriented Retail SUD, and Correcting Height Limits in the UMU District.
Item 5. 170467 [Temporary Housing for Homeless People During Shelter Crisis – LMC San Francisco I Holdings, LLC – 1515 South Van Ness Avenue]

Tuesday, May 2, 1PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Board Meeting:
Consent calendar Item 10.4 SFMTA plans to spend over 4 million dollars in contracts with PR firms sell us their projects. (Who is paying for this?)
Item 13. A-S Approving various bicycle and parking and traffic modifications associated with the Upper Market Street Safety Project as follows: (please see page 7 of the agenda linked above for details. If you care about any area of Upper Market Street you can figure they have it covered.

Tuesday, May 2, 2PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Meeting
Item 3. 170125 [Planning Code – Construction of Accessory Dwelling Units]
Item 5. 170210 [Administrative, Environment Codes – Zero Emission Vehicle Requirements for City Fleet]
Item 10. 160281 [Planning Code – Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements]
Item 13. 170461 [Appointment, Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors – Art Torres]
Item 20. 170467 [Temporary Housing for Homeless People During Shelter Crisis – LMC San Francisco I Holdings, LLC – 1515 South Van Ness Avenue

Thursday, May 4, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission
Item 2. 2017-000475PCA Planning Code Amendment to allow scooter parking in certain designated parking spaces, removing more public parking spaces for private use of rental company? To be cont.
Item 8. 2008.0586DVA Informational on AAU Development Agreement.
Item 12. 2016-014788GEN Consideration of a Resolution, authorizing the Transportation Management Association of San Francisco (TMASF) Connects, a non-profit organization, to continue to provide brokerage services for resident placement and training.

Thursday, May 8, 12 PM – agenda items
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission
Case No. 2014.0556GPA: Vision Zero: General Plan Amendments – Adopt General Plan Amendments to the Transportation Element and Urban Design Element to reflect the City’s Vision Zero Policy.

Monday, May 8, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
2. 150969 [Home SF Affordable Housing Bonus Programs] Tang version
3. 170208 [Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit] Breed
4. 170408 [General Plan Amendments – 1500 Mission Street Project Mix Requirements]
5. 170348 [SUD – 1500 Mission Street Project Mix Requirements] Mayor

Monday, May 8, 5:30 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Small Business Commissioners Meeting
3.
Approval of Legacy Business Registry Applications and Resolutions

Tuesday, May 9, 8:30 SM – CANCELLED
Room 400 City Hall Board of Directors special closed meeting

Tuesday, May 9, 10 AM – agenda packet
Room 250 City Hall, SFCTA Board Meeting
4. Adopt Positions on State Legislation – ACTION*  resolution  Support Assembly Bill (AB) 378 (Garcia, Cristina), AB 756 (Ting), Senate Bill (SB) 422 (Wilk), SB 595 (Beall) and SB 768 (Allen)
5. Approve the 2017 Prop AA Strategic Plan Update and 5-Year Prioritized Programs of Projects – ACTION*  resolution  enclosure
7. Adopt the District 1 Neighborhood Transportation Improvement Program [NTIP Planning] Final Report – ACTION*  resolution  enclosure
8. Adopt Principles for Regional Measure 3 (RM3) and Approve a List of San Francisco Candidate Projects and RM3 Advocacy Amounts – ACTION*  resolution
9. Adopt the Transportation Investment and Growth Strategy 2017 Update – ACTION*  resolution(If anyone has any comments on these let us know.)

Tuesday, May 9, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors
11.
160281 [Planning Code – Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements] Yee; Farrell and Fewer
14.  170467 [Temporary Housing for Homeless People During Shelter Crisis – LMC San Francisco I Holdings, LLC – 1515 South Van Ness Avenue]
26. 161014 [Planning Code – Exempting Certain Historic Landmarks from Requirement to Obtain CU and Replace PDR spaces]
27. 170156 [Planning Code, Zoning Map – PDR Controls; Eliminating the Transit-Oriented Retail SUDt, and Correcting Height Limits in the UMU District]
28. [Mayoral Appointment, Police Commission – Robert Hirsch]
29. [Appointment, Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board – Gillian Gillett]
Special Order 4 PM Item 30-33. 161146  [Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review – Proposed Project at 2675 Folsom Street]
36. 170408 [General Plan Amendments – 1500 Mission Street Project Mix Requirements]
37. 170348
[SUD – 1500 Mission Street Project Mix Requirements] Mayor
40. 170523 [Supporting the Caltrain Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project
41. 170524 [Accepting the She Decides Initiative and Opposing the Enactment of the Mexico City Policy]
43. 170526 [ Supporting California State Assembly Bill 1129 (Stone) – Coastal Access and Protection]

Tuesday, May 9, 7-9 PM.
1125 Fillmore Northern Police Station, SF for Democracy meeting – Discussion of housing and environmental issues, with Amy Farah Weiss, Dean Preston and David Campos. Details

Thursday, May 11, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission
8. State Housing legislation briefing information
9.
Urban Design Guidelines information

Thursday, May 11, 6-7:30 PM
County Fair Building, Golden Gate Park, S.F, Budget Town Hall Meeting with Assemblyman Phil Ting.
Directions

Monday, May 15, 1:30 PM –  agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
2. 170208
[Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements] Safai; Breed and Tang
3. 161351
 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Requirements] Kim; Peskin

Tuesday, May 16, 1 PM – agenda referenced materials
Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Board Meeting
10. Consent Calendar.
Among ohter things they are expanding commuter bus parking zones. Check agenda for your area.
11. Urging the State Legislature to enact legislation that would require the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to bring a bridge toll increase to Bay Area voters in 2018.
12. GO bond funding -approving and requesting Board of Supervisors approve reallocation of funds. Details on agenda

Tuesday, May 16, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Meeting
TBD
“Axis of Evil” Calle 24 Appeal of 120 unit luxury development at 2675 Folsom St.
1.
1707274 [Accept and Expend Grant – Federal Emergency Management Agency – Adequate Fire and Emergency Response Grant Program – Amend the Annual Salary Ordinance – $8,533,872 . It looks as if City Hall is willing to will pour money into an emergency response program but not willing to assure the team can function on our city streets.
17. 1704467  [Temporary Housing for Homeless People During Shelter Crisis – LMC San Francisco I Holdings, LLC – 1515 South Van Ness Avenue]
18. 170297 Minimum compensation rate increases for non-profit contractors
34. 150969 [Planning Code – Affordable Housing Bonus Programs] Sponsors: Mayor; Tang and Safai
3 PM Special 47. 170497 [Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Findings and Recommendations Regarding Law Enforcement Practices – Update – May 2, 2017]
49. 161351 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Requirements] Kim; Peskin
50. 170208 [Planning Code – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements] Safai; Breed and Tang

Wednesday, May 17 6:30-8:30 PM –  Plan Bay Area 2040 Draft Plan
375 Beal Street, MTC headquarters open house to discus expansion plans including:
*  501,000 jobs added between 2011 and 2015
*  65,000 housing units built between 2011 and 2015
*  Regionally 1 house built for every 8 jobs created…(more comments)

Thursday, May 18, 10 AM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, Joint Hearing – Planning and Rec and Park Commissions
1a.
2013.0977SHD980 Folsom Project re: shadows on Gene Friend Recreation Center – Joint Action (Proposed for Indefinite Continuance)
1b.
2013.0977K Discussion and Joint Action by the Planning Commission and Recreation and Park Commission to raise the cumulative shadow limit for Gene Friend Recreation CenterPark and Rec Action (Preliminary Recommendation from Planning Department to Planning Commission): Raise Cumulative Shadow LimitProposed for Indefinite Continuance)
2a-d.
301 6TH STREET similar issues with the shadows
Read the agenda for details on these cases

Thursday, May 18, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall, Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee Meeting
8-11. [Issuance of Special Tax Bonds, plan extentions, and other issues related to the Transbay Transit Center] See agenda for details and links to documents.
12 14. 170468 1500 Mission Street [Ordinance Authorizing Certificates of Participation – 1500 Mission Project – Not to Exceed $321,765,000 – Report on fiscal impact – See agenda for details and links to documents.

Thursday, May 18, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission
9.
014.0556GPA VISION ZERO: GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENTS 
12. 2015-004085ENX 349 8TH STREET – east side of 8th Street between Folsom and Harrison Streets, Lots 054, 065, & 066 in Assessor’s Block 3755 (District 6) – Request for a Large Project Authorization (LPA)

Thursday, May 18, 6 PM
251 18th Ave., (just north of Clement) Richmond Rec –
anti-displacement on the West Side.

Thursday, May 18, 6:30 PM
660 Lombard St., Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center District 3 Democratic Club
District 3 Supervisor Aaron Peskin will discuss current legislative priorities, including the conversations surrounding increasing inclusionary housing mandates in the City.  There’s a lot going on locally that has implications on a much broader scale, and which provides counterpoint and readjustment to changes coming from the state and (of course) federal levels.

Friday, May 19, 1 – 6:30PM
Capitol West Steps, 1315 10th St., Sacramento – Healthy CA Lobby for SB562
1:00 pm Arrive at Capitol West steps for Lunch, and Legislative Visits
5:00 pm Rally at West Steps and march to Democratic Convention to have your voice heard!
6:30 pm Buses depart to return home
Bus – RSVP for a seat. Pickup: Main Library (between Library and Asian Art Museum at Fulton and Larkin); leaves at 10:15 AM

Monday, May 22, 1:30 AM – agenda (some of these items may not be brought up after this)
Room 250 Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
1.
170420 Relocation Assistance for Lawful Occupants Regardless of Age, (calculating Ellis Act relocation payments), 7 sponsors
3. 170203 [Planning Code – Article 7 Reorganization]
5. 170208 Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix: Safai
6. 161351 Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Requirement

Tuesday, May 23, 8:30 AM – CANCELLED – Closed Session
SFMTA Board Meeting

Tuesday, May 23, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, SFCTA Meeting
3.
Final Approval of the 2017 Prop AA Strategic Plan Update and 5-r Priorities
4. Final Approval of $1,559,695 in Prop K funds for Ferry Terminal, Balboa Park, Sloat/Skyline projects.
7. Adopt District 1 NTIP (Neighborhood Transporation Improvement Program.
8. Adopt  Transportation Invest and Growth Strategy 2017 update
9. Final approvalprincipals for Regional Measure 3 (RM3) ballot proposal for bridge toll increases.
10. Support SB 595 Beal
11. Positions on other state leg: Support SB 422, 768; Oppose SB 182, watch 378

Tuesday, May 23, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Meeting
4.
150969 Affordable Housing Bonus Programs – Tang – Amend at Land Use?
3 PM Special
170614 settlement with Airbnb, HomeaWay
16.
170336 Building Code Enforcement Violations
24.
161351 Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Requirement
25. 170208 Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix: Safai

Wednesday, May 24, 10:30 AM
Room 263 Groundwater Hearing with Supervisors Yee, Sheehy, Safai, and Farrell taking the lead.  File 170456 – Hearing on the San Francisco Groundwater Supply Project, the safety of the drinking water, and testing standards; and requesting the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to report. Send comments to Supervisors Yee, Sheehy, Safai, and Farrell. Or you can go and speak in person on the subject. Links to articles on the subject:  http://www.westsideobserver.com/pdfs/Apr_17WSO.pdf
https://www.ebar.com/columns/column.php?sec=guest_op&article=612

Wednesday, May 24, 6 PMagenda
654 Mission St. SPUR Urban Center What is the role of zoning in the Bay Area’s housing shortage? A new body of research is examining the role of local land regulation like zoning — often a reflection of local homeowner concerns rather than regional imperatives — in limiting the supply of housing. Come hear a panel of experts explore the interaction of zoning, policy and the housing market. Co-presented by Northern California APA. + Enrico Moretti / UC Berkeley, Department of Economics + Carolina Reid / UC Berkeley, Terner Center for Housing Innovation + Barbara Gualco / Mercy Housing California. free for SPUR members, $10 for non-members.

Thursday, May 25, 12 PM – CANCELLED
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday, May 30, 8:30 AM – CANCELLED – Closed Session
SFMTA Board Meeting

BOARD OF SUPES AND PLANNING IS ON VACATION THIS WEEK AND SO ARE WE.
WE WILL RESUME CALENDAR SOON

Longer term Planning Commission Projects:
CASE 2013.0208E:
Seawall Lot 337 and Pier 48 Mixed-Use Project is coming up soon. A Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) has been prepared by the Planning Department in connection with this project. A copy of the report is available for public review and comment online at http://sf-planning.org/sfceqadocs.

2015-011211CUA/VAR: 1850 Bryant – east side of Bryant Street, between 17th and Mariposa Streets, through lot to Florida Street

April 2017

Monday April 3, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Land Use and Transportation Committee
170273 [Public Works Code – Excavation by Microtrenching] Under sidewalks for fiber optics Farrell

Tuesday April 4, 1:30 -3 PM – packet  agenda
Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Board Meeting

Tuesday April 4, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors meeting
1. 170158 Administrative Code – Short-Term Residential Rentals Peskin
26.
17034 Supporting California State Senate Bill 562 (Lara and Atkins) – Californians for a Healthy California Act – Establishing of a Comprehensive Universal Single-Payer Health Care Coverage Program Kim, Peskin, Ronen, Cohen, Fewer, Yee
28. 170306 Urging the California State Legislature to Amend the California Vehicle and Public Utilities Codes Related to Regulation of TNCs. Peskin, Fewer

Wednesday April 5, 1:30 -3 PM – packet  agenda
Room 250 City Hall,
Transportation Authority Board Special Meeting
3. Vision Zero Amendments to San Francisco General Plan – INFORMATION
5. Recommend Resolution Urging the California State Legislature to Amend the California Vehicle and Public Utilities Codes to Enable Local Jurisdictions to Permit, Conduct Enforcement and Access Trip Data for TNCs – ACTION*  resolution Peskin

Thursday April 6, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission Meeting
5a-b 2017-001061PCA INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING FEE AND REQUIREMENTS [BOARD FILE NO. 161351V2] – INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING FEE AND REQUIREMENTS [BOARD FILE NO. 161351V2] – Planning Code Amendment – Proposed to continue to April 27

Monday April 10, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Land Use and Transportation Committee
1.
151258 [Planning Code – Affordable Housing Requirement and Fee in Divisadero and Fillmore Neighborhood Commercial Transit Districts] Breed
2. 170202  [Green Building Code – Requirements for Installation of Electric Vehicle Chargers]

Monday April 10, 5:30 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, Small Business Commission Meeting
5.
Board of Supervisors File No. 150969 – Planning Code – Affordable Housing Bonus Programs
File No. 150969 Legislative Digest; Legislation; SBC 2/24/16 Response Tang Office
6.
Board of Supervisors File No. 170206 – Planning Code – Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements. Farrell Office
7.
Proposed Additional Rule for the Legacy Business Historic Preservation Fund Rules and Regulations

Tuesday, April 11, 10 AMagenda
Room 250 at City Hall, SFCTA
5. Adopt Positions on State Legislation – INFORMATION/ACTION*  legislation
6. Amend the Adopted Fiscal Year 2016/17 Budget
7. Allocate $193,475 in Prop K Funds for Bike to Work Day 2017 and the Central Richmond Neighborway Project, with Conditions, and Appropriate $602,254 in Prop K Funds for the Geary Bus Rapid Transit Project, Subject to the Attached Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedules – ACTION*  resolution
13. [Final Approval on First Appearance] Approve a Resolution Urging the California State Legislature to Amend the California Vehicle and Public Utilities Codes to Enable Local Jurisdictions to Permit, Conduct Enforcement and Access Trip Data for Transportation Network Companies – ACTION*  resolution

Tuesday April 11, 1:30 -3 PM – CANCELLED
Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Board Meeting

Tuesday April 11, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors meeting
9.
[Supporting SB 562 Healthy California Act]

Tuesday April 11, 5:30 PM
16th and Mission Rally – ROBERT ROSANIA! WE REJECT YOUR MONSTER IN OUR MISSION Rosania is trying to revive the Monster and is funding a deceitful astroturf campaign. Our fight against Maximus/Robert Rosania’s luxury Monster in the Mission is not over! We have learned the project may be coming for a vote before the Planning Commission in the near future. Meanwhile Robert Rosania has hired astroturf consultants and canvassers who are intimidating and lying to folks in our community about whom they represent and how the Monster would impact our community. RSVP and invite your friends on facebook.  More info on the website: Plaza16.org.

Thursday April 13, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission Meeting
2. 
2014-2110CWP  WESTERN SHORELINE AREA PLAN proposed for continuance
7.
2014.0556GPA Vision Zero General Plan amendmentschanges to the Transportation Element and Urban Design ElementPreliminary Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution of Intent to Initiate and schedule a public hearing on or after May 18, 2017.
11.
2017-001170PCA AMENDMENTS TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS PROGRAM
19.
2016-006303DRM 3326 Mission Street Request for mandatory DR for Medical Cannabis dispensary. Preliminary Recommendation: Take Discretionary Review and Approve

Friday April 14, 10 AMagenda
Room 416 City Hall Engineering Public Hearing
ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY NO STOPPING ANYTIME
A. 7th Street, east side, from King Street to 100 feet northerly (removes 5 parking spaces)
B. 7th Street, east side, from King Street to 365 feet southerly (removes 18 parking spaces)
C. 7th Street, east side, from 16th Street to 978 feet northerly (removes 49 parking spaces)
P5.  ESTABLISH – BIKE LANES
A.
Vicente Street, eastbound and westbound, from Lower Great Highway to 24th Avenue (Class II
B. Vicente Street, eastbound, from 24th Avenue to 22nd Avenue (Class II Bikeway)
C. Vicente Street, eastbound and westbound, from 22nd Avenue to 20th Avenue (Class II Bikeway)
D. Vicente Street, eastbound, from 19th Avenue to 17th Avenue (Class II Bikeway)
ESTABLISH – PERPENDICULAR PARKING Vicente Street, south side, between 46th Avenue and 45th Avenue Vicente Street, south side, between 45th Avenue and 44th Avenue
RESCIND – 45 DEGREE FRONT-IN PARKING
ESTABLISH – 45 DEGREE BACK-IN PARKING Vicente Street, south side, between 40th Avenue and 39th Avenue

Monday April 17, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Land Use and Transportation Committee
161323
Urging the Evaluation and Allocation of Properties for Urban Agriculture.
170206
Planning CodeOff-Street Parking and Loading Requirements.
160281
Planning Code – Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements.

Tuesday April 18, 1:30 -3 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Board Meeting
Item 12.
Authorizing the Director to purchase an additional 185 40-ft, low floor electric trolley buses and associated spare parts, training, manuals and special tools, for an additional amount of $244,618,583, and a total contract amount not to exceed $395,067,312, with no change to the term of the contract. (Explanatory documents include a staff report and amendment.)

Tuesday April 18, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors meeting
3 PM Special – Item 20-22
161146 Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review  – proposed for 2675 Folsom Street
3 PM Special – Item 23-25 170286 Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review – Proposed Project at 1515 South Van Ness Avenue.

Tuesday April 18, 6-8 PM – agenda
451 Jersey Noe Valley Library 24th Street Community Open House on Commuter Shuttle Program. The city (SFMTA) is proposing a white zone removing 6 parking spaces on 24th Street to better serve the 180 Tech buses that pour into the busy street, lining up for miles while waiting to unload. Send your comments by email to alexander.jonlin@sfmta.com or call 415-646-2349 to voice your opinion if you can’t make it to the meeting. If you want to join the Citizens for Responsible Commuting to reform the shuttle program, contact Robert Bowen, crcsf@outlook.com

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 7:30 PM – program time
Northern Police Station (Turk and Fillmore) CSFN Meeting, Jeff Kostisky is guest speaker, around 7:30v PM

Wednesday, April 19 6:30 PM
3125 Cesar Chavez, Flynn Elementary School –
SFMTA will hold a community meeting about the agency’s much-debated plan to implement an experimental residential parking permit (RPP) system in northwest Bernal Heights. Late notice for some.

Thursday April 20, 12 PM – CANCELLED
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission Meeting

Thursday April 20, 7 PM
515 Cortland Bernal Hts Neighborhood Center – Bernal Heights Democratic Club – A discussion about the 1515 S Van Ness Navigation Center with someone from the Supervisor’s office is on the agenda. Bring your questions and concerns.

Saturday April 22, 2 PM
3750 18th St.  Mission High School Auditorium –  Town Hall with San Francisco’s State Legislators, Ting, Chiu, and Wiener:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/town-hall-with-san-franciscos-state-legislators-tickets-32926946383

Monday April 17, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Land Use and Transportation Committee
Item 1.
170206 Off-street parking and loading requirements
Item 4. 170203 [Planning Code – Article 7 Technical and Other Amendments re: food service

Tuesday, April 25, 10 AMpacket  agenda
Room 250 at City Hall, SFCTA
Consent Agenda: Items 5-7. approve budget items
13. Update on Plan Bay Area 2040 – INFORMATION*  presentation
14. Update on California High-Speed Rail – INFORMATION*  presentation

Tuesday April 25, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors meeting
Item 21.
170447 Approval of an Additional 180-Day Extension for Planning Commission Review of Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program (File No. 150911)
Item 22.
170448 [Urging the Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector to Convene a Municipal Public Bank Task Force]
Item 24. [Supporting International Worker’s Day and “A Day Without an Immigrant” – May 1, 2017

 Thursday April 27, 12 PM
Room 400 City Hall, Planning Commission Meeting

March 2017

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Thursday, March 2, 12 PM –
agenda and supporting docs
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting.
Item 2.
2016-015925PCA MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARIES (BOARD FILE NO. 161229) – Planning Code Amendment (Proposed for Continuance September 14, 2017)
Item 3. 
2015-012722PCA  INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM (BOARD FILE NO. 150911) – Planning Code Amendment (Continued from Regular Meeting of September 15, 2016)
Item 11. JOB-HOUSING BALANCE TRENDS – Informational Presentation
Item 12.  2014.2110CWP  WESTERN SHORELINE AREA PLAN – Initiate General Plan Amendments
Item 13a. 2015-000988CWP ENDORSEMENT OF THE MISSION ACTION PLAN 2020 (MAP2020)
Item 13b. 2015-000988PCA-02 EXTENSION AND MODIFICATION OF COMMISSION-SPONSORED MISSION 2016 INTERIM CONTROLS RELATED TO THE MISSION ACTION PLAN (MAP2020) 2020
Item 13c. 2015-000988PCA MAP  PLANNING CODE & ZONING MAP PDR-RELATED AMENDMENTS (BOARD FILE NO. 170156)Planning Code and Zoning Map Amendments

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Saturday, March 4, 2-4 PM

Koret Auditorium SF Main Library , Reform Democrats (ADEM) AD17 Town Hall

In the spirit of radical democracy, the Reform Democrats want to hold regular town hall meetings with the community, so that everyone knows whats going on inside the CA Democratic party, and can tell their delegates how they should be voting. (link)

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Monday, March 6, 1:30 PM
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
Item 3. 170028 [ [Planning Code, Zoning Map – Calle 24 Special Use District]

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Room 400 City Hall MTA Board Meeting


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Tuesday, March 7, 2 PM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
Item 33.
170092 [Administrative Code – Non-Cooperation with Identity-Based Registry]
Item 40. 170094 [Administrative Code – Affordable Housing Cash-Out Proceeds Restriction]
Item 41. 170113 [Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Findings and Recommendations Regarding Law Enforcement Practices – Update – March 7, 2017]
Item 42. 170145 [Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Housing for Families with Children – March 7, 2017]
Item 47.  [Approval of a 90-Day Extension for Planning Commission Review of an Ordinance Exempting Certain Historic Landmarks From November 2016 Proposition X (File No. 161014)]
Item 48. 170217 [Urging the California State Legislature to Amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Enable California Local Jurisdictions to Levy a Personal Income Tax and a Corporate Income Tax]

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Thursday March 9, 10 AM
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Budget and Finance Sub-Committee

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Thursday March 9, 1 PM
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Budget and Finance Committee
Item 1. 170221 [Hearing – Budget Overview, Projections, and Instructions]

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Thursday March 9, 12 PM
agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
Item 10. 2017-001061PCA INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM ORDINANCES – The Planning Commission will hear an Informational Presentation on Planning Code Amendments re: on and off-site lnclusionary Affordable Housing Fees and requirements. Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Dwelling Unit Mix Requirements.
Item 11. SOUTHERN BAYFRONT STRATEGY UPDATE – Informational Presentation – San Francisco’s southeast waterfront, stretching from Mission Creek to Candlestick Point, features a number of master-planned development projects, such as Pier 70 and India Basin, that propose to bring major new investment to this district.
Item 12. 2014-002541CWP INDIA BASIN  – The portion of the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood.
Time 15-a. 2016-011332CUA  4041 CESAR CHAVEZ STREET CU
Item 15-b. 2016-000075CUA 4043 CESAR CHAVEZ STREET
CU
Item 17. 2016-006839DRM  160 GILBERT STREET – southwest side of Gilbert Street, south of Brannan Street; Lot 025 in Assessor’s Block 3784 (District 9) – Mandatory Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application No. 2016.05.05.6621, proposing a change of use from warehouse to a Medical Cannabis Dispensary (MCD) on the ground floor of the subject property.

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Monday, March 13, 1:30 PM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
Item 1.
150969 [Planning Code – Affordable Housing Bonus Programs – to establish the procedures in which the Local Affordable Housing Bonus Program and the 100 Percent Affordable Housing Bonus Program shall be reviewed and approved.
Item 3. 170186 [Urging California State Legislature and Governor to Pass California State Assembly Bill 342 (Chiu) – Automated Speed Enforcement]
Item 5. 170037 [Hearing – Five-Year Monitoring Report for the Eastern Neighborhoods Plans]

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Tuesday, March 14, 10 AM – agendapacket
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA
Item 4.
Update on the Peninsula Corridor Electrification Projectattachment
Item 6.
Adopt Positions on State Legislation resolution
Item 9. Allocate $34,931,349 in Prop K Funds, with Conditions, for Eight Requests, Subject to the Attached Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedules – ACTION*  resolution  enclosure
Item 10. Approve the 2017 Prop AA Strategic Plan Update and 5-Year Prioritized Programs of Projects – ACTION*  resolution  enclosure
Item 12. Update on the Railyard Alternatives and I-280 Boulevard Feasibility Study – Info presentation

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Tuesday, March 14, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
Item 2.
17003 [Planning Code, Zoning Map – Upper Market Street Districts]
Item 5.
170128 [Conceptural Term Sheet Endorsement – JPPF OP Acquisitions, LLC (“Jamestown”) – Proposed Lease of Pier 29 Bulkhead]
Item 6. 170129 [Cooperative Agreement – State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) – Design and Construction of the Lombard Street Vision Zero Project (State Route 101)]
Item 7. 170031 [Administrative Code – Retention of Department of Building Inspection Records]
Item 12. 170110 [Setting the Budget 2017 and Legislative Analyst Services Audit Plan – Department of Public Health] re: plan and prioritize for current and future behavioral health services, including services provided through Jail Health Services
Item 13. 170111 [Setting the 2017 Budget and Legislative Analyst Services Audit Plan – Police Department] re: performance audit.
Item 15. 170028  [Planning Code, Zoning Map – Calle 24 Special Use District] bounded by 22nd Street, Potrero Avenue, Cesar Chavez Street, and Capp Street, as well as 24th Street to Bartlett Street.
Item 24. 170145 [Hearing – Committee of the Whole – Housing for Families with Children -March 7, 2017] Discus Planning Commission findings.
Item 25. 170186  [Urging California State Legislature and Governor to Pass California State Assembly Bill 342 (Chiu) – Automated Speed Enforcement]

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Wednesday, March 15, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Government and Oversight Committee
Item 5.
170217 [Urging the California State Legislature to Amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Enable California Local Jurisdictions to Levy a Personal Income Tax and a Corporate Income Tax]

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Thursday, March 16, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Budget a Finance Subcommittee
Item 1.
170150 [Lease Agreement – SP Plus–Hyde Parking Joint Venture – Northern Waterfront Surface Parking Lots – $2,955,607 Estimated Total Rent in First Year]
Item 8. 170214 [Purchase and Sale Agreement – Lendlease Development, Inc. – 30 Van Ness Avenue – $70,000,000]

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Thursday, March 16, 2 PM – agenda supporting docs
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
Item 8.
2017-001061PCA INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM ORDINANCES The Planning Commission will hear an Informational Presentation about two proposed Ordinances that would amend the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program. a. revise the the lnclusionary Affordable Housing Fees and other lnclusionary Housing requirements. b. revise the amount of the mix of  Inclusionary Affordable Housing requirements. Informational.
Item 9. 
retail to office conversions in Union Square Informational
Item 10.
Market Street Hub plan Informational
Item 15.
2016-011542DRP  2070 FOLSOM STREET DR
Item 16.
2016-007062DRP-02 752 ELIZABETH STREET DR

Monday, March 20, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 Land Use and Transportation BOS Meeting
3.
170139 Transportation Demand Management Program – Hearing on the Transportation Demand Management Program Standards, Menu of Options, and the methodology in the Technical Justification document; and requesting the Planning Department and the Municipal Transportation Agency to report.

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Tuesday, March 21, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall SFCTA Meeting
CONSENT AGENDA:
6. 
Positions on State bills
7-8.
Final approval on financing for Yerba Buena projects resolution resolution
9.
Allocation of Prop K funds with conditions, for 6 requests resolution  enclosure
11. Major Capital Projects Update – Central Subway – INFORMATION*  resolution
12. Update on the Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project – INFORMATION*  attachment
13. Update on the Railyard Alternatives and I-280 Boulevard Feasibility Study – INFORMATION*  presentation 
14. Proposed Allocation of $4,549,675 in Prop K Funds, with Conditions for the Downtown Extension – Preliminary Engineering; $915,000, with Conditions, for the Downtown Extension Tunneling Options Engineering Study; and Appropriation of $200,000 for Oversight of the Downtown Extension, Subject to the Attached Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedules memo

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Tuesday, March 21, 1 PM – Cancelled
Room 400 City Hall SFMTA Meeting

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Tuesday, March 21, 12pm – 1pm

Arts Advocacy Action! In front of City Hall
Arts for a better Bay Area  ABBA
Invite your Facebook friends too!   RSVP

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Tuesday, March 21, 2PM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
2. 170031 [Retention of Department of Building Records]
4. 170160 [Transportation, Public Works Codes – Unauthorized Bicycle Violations, Stationless Bicycle Share Program
6. 170028 [Planning Code, Zoning Map – Calle 24 Special Use District]
13. 170158 [Administrative Code – Short-Term Residential Rentals]
16. 170217 [Urging the California State Legislature to Amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Enable California Local Jurisdictions to Levy a Personal Income Tax and a Corporate Income Tax
17. (3 PM Special) 161146 Calle 24’s CU and EIR Appeal for Axis Development
18-20. 161147 [Affirming or reversing Community Plan Exemption Determination for Proposed Project at 2675 Folsom Street]

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Tuesday, March 21, 4pm
9 West Portal Vin Debut Wine Bar
“Munch and Mingle with Top BART Officials
For neighborhood press and community leaders
RSVP: Linton Johnson  ljohnso@bart.gov  or  (510) 464-6139

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Tuesday, March 21, 7:15 pm

Fillmore and Turk Street, Northern Police Station
CSFN General Assembly- Invitation to Special Guest
Meet our new Chief of Police, William Scott

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Thursday, March 23, 2 PM – agenda supporting docs
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission
Item 1. 
2016-011542DRP  2070 FOLSOM STREET DR (cont. from last week)

 

February 2017


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Monday, February 6, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall  Land Use and Transit Committee Meeting
Item 1.
161064 New hotels near Entertainment establishments Item 3. Amusement arcades
Item 3.
160748 [Planning Code – Amusement Arcades in South of Market and Eastern Neighborhoods Mixed Use District]

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Tuesday, February 7, 9 AM – agenda
Green Room War Memorial Building, 401 Van Ness Ave.  SFMTA Board Special Meeting
Labor negotiations and closed session followed by presentations of current projects.
Financial Overview – presentation
Items 7-9 SFMTA Board Workshop – presentation

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Tuesday, February 7, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall  Board of Supervisors Meeting
Item
161311 [Waiving Fiscal Feasibility Study and Determination Requirements – Airport Development Plan, Except for Individual Projects as Required by Administrative Code, Chapter 29]
Item 3. 161316 [Administrative, Business and Tax Regulations, Police Codes – Elimination of Fees]
Item 9. 161345  [Lease Disposition and Development Agreement and Ground Lease – Regents of the University of California, San Francisco – New Research Building at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital – Initial Base Rent of $180,000 per Year] Public Health to accept a $10,000,000 parking reimbursement contribution upon delivery of the Ground Lease to UCSF]
Item 12. 160925 [Planning Code – Transportation Demand Management Program Requirement] Sponsors: Cohen; Sheehy, Farrell, Breed and Safai] to require Development Projects to incorporate design features, incentives, and tools that support sustainable forms of transportation; create a new administrative fee to process TDM Plan applications and compliance reports.
Item 13. 161291 [Administrative Code – Update Hotel Conversion Ordinance]
Item 16. [Appointment,ABAG Executive Board -Supervisor Norman Yee
Item 23.  [Appointment, Metropolitan Transportation Commission – Supervisor Jane Kim]
Item 29.  170133 Supporting California State Senate Bill 54 (De León) – California Values Act] Sponsors: Ronen; Fewer, Kim, Peskin, Yee and Safai

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Thursday, February 9, 10 AMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Special Planning and Healthy Commissions Meeting and Annual Compliance Statement on Pacific Medical Center – 2012.0403W

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Thursday, February 9, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting.
Item 9.
2014-001272ENV PIER 70 MIXED-USE DISTRICT PROJECT – located on the east side of Illinois Street between 20th and 22nd Streets, Assessor’s Block 4052 Lot 001; Block 4111 Lot 004; Block 4120 Lot 002; Block 4110 Lots 001 and 008A – Public Hearing on the Draft Environmental Impact Report. Written comments will be accepted at the Planning Department until 5:00 p.m. on February 21, 2017.
Item 10.
2016-006465CUA  Calle 24 Special use District.
Item 11. CU for 1101 Van Ness Avenue
Item 12.  CU
224 TOWNSEND STREET – NW side of Townsend Street between Clyde Street and Ritch Street – Request for CU to establish the permanent status of an existing temporary public parking garage use within the SLI (SOMA Service-Light Industrial) Zoning District and 65-X Height and Bulk District.

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Monday, February 13, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 City Hall  Land Use and Transit Committee Meeting
Item 1.
161287 [Environment Code – Green Building Requirements for Municipal Buildings]

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Monday, February 13, 5:30 PM
Room 400 Small Business Commission
Item 3.
Discussion and Action on Legacy Business Registry Applications and Resolutions. Discussion and action to approve the following applications to the Legacy Business Registry. (Discussion and Action Item)
Item 4.
Discussion and Possible Action to make recommendations on Board of Supervisors File No. 170028 – Planning Code – Zoning Calle 24 SUD. 

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Tuesday, February 14, 10 AM – agenda
Room 263 SFCTA meetings, Plans and programs
Item 4.
Recommend Allocation of $4,456,324 in Prop K Funds and $2,540,359 in Prop AA Funds, with Conditions, for Five Requests, Subject to the Attached Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedules – ACTION*  memo  enclosure
Item 5. Recommend Adoption of the Fiscal Year 2017/18 Transportation Fund for Clean Air Local Expenditure Criteria – ACTION*  memo
Item 6. Recommend Adoption of the One Bay Area Grant Program Cycle 2 San Francisco Call for Projects Framework – ACTION*  memo
Item 7. Presentation on Regional Measure 3 – INFORMATION*  attachment

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Tuesday, February 14, 11:30 AM – agenda  packet
Room 263 SFCTA meetings, Finance committee.
Item 4.
State and Federal Legislative Update – ACTION*  legislation
Item 5. Recommend Approving an Eligible List for On-Call Project Management Oversight and General Engineering Services, Authorizing the Executive Director to Execute Contracts to Shortlisted Consultants for a Three-Year Period with an Option to Extend for Two Additional One-Year Periods in a Combined Total Amount Not to Exceed $6,000,000, and Authorizing the Executive Director to Negotiate Payment Terms and Non-Material Contract Terms and Conditions – ACTION*
Item 6. Recommend Authorization to Borrow up to $46,335,835, to a Total Amount Not to Exceed $140,000,000 from the Revolving Credit Agreement with State Street Public Lending Corporation – ACTION*  memo


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Tuesday, February 14, 2 PM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall  Board of Supervisors Meeting
Item 30.
170161 [Urging the California State Legislature to Amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Enable California Local Jurisdictions to Levy a Personal Income Tax and a Corporate Income Tax] Resolution urging the California state legislature to amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to enable local California jurisdictions to levy personal and corporate income taxes, which the City and County of San Francisco could utilize as a sustained source of funding for transportation and public health priorities.
Item 31. 170162 [Urging the Planning Commission to Adopt General Plan Amendments Defining Family-Friendly Housing]

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Thursday, February 16, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting.
Item 7.
2016‐014227CRV FY 2017-2019 PROPOSED DEPARTMENT BUDGET and WORK PROGRAM
Item 8.
2009.3461CWP   Area  Plan  Implementation Update and Inter-Department Plan Implementation Committee  (IPIC) report – Informational presentation
Item 9a-b.
953 Treat Ave. CU and Variance
Item 13 198 Valencia DR request

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Sunday, February 19, 3-5 PM
2470 Lyon St. Feinstein’s – 
*People’s Town Hall at Feinstein and Pelosi’s mansions* Both Feinstein and Pelosi are expected to be home for their “State Work Period”, so activists are holding town halls at their homes. (details)

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Monday, February 20, 11 AM –
agenda
24th & Mission BART Plaza 
Media conference on Presidents’ Day to announce a “Day Without Immigrants” mass mobilization on May 1st, 2017.  A grassroots coalition will organize a morning rally at Justin Herman Plaza then march on Market Street to Civic Center Plaza for an afternoon rally. Contact  latinzoneprod@aol.com

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Monday, February 20, 2-4 PM

450 Golden Gate Ave. Federal Building –
SF Young DemocratsNot My President’s Day Rally (link)

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Tuesday, February 21, 1 PM – agenda
Room 400, City Hall  SFMTA Board Meeting Consent Calendar – Item 10.5 Amending Transportation Code Division II, Section 601 to reflect previously approved transit-related traffic modifications on designated transit-only areas on Clay, Mission, Sacramento, O’Farrell, Pine, Stockton, Jefferson, Jones, Beach, Bush, Geary, Fremont, McAllister, Haight, 4th, Sansome streets, Lincoln Way, Phelan Loop, Duboce Avenue, and Starr King Way. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, amendment and resolution)
Item 11. Amending Transportation Code, Division II, to continue the Commuter Shuttle Permit Program to allow commuter shuttle service providers to use designated Muni zones and white curb loading zones for passenger loading and unloading, increase administrative penalties for permit violations, and make revisions to improve Program operation and administration and adopting the updated Commuter Shuttle Program Policy to govern the SFMTA’s implementation of the Commuter Shuttle Permit Program. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, policy, amendment map and resolution.)

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Wednesday, February 22, 5-7:30 PM

Koret Auditorium in the San Francisco Main Library
(100 Larkin St.)  SF Latino Democratic Club/San Francisco Public Defender’s Office sponsors Resisting Mass Deportation, No family should be torn apart because they can’t afford an attorney. Learn how San Francisco can provide lawyers to help immigrants fight deportation and how YOU can help. Speakers: Danny Glover,  Hon. Dana Leigh Marks,  Sandra Lee Fewer, Beto Martinez Nolasco,  James Brosnahan, Morrison Foerster. Register to attend here. View the promo video here.

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Wednesday, February 22, 6:30-9:30 PM

762 Fulton St, African American Art & Culture Complex DCCC Meeting –
Support passage of a Financial Disclosure Resolution to help keep Dark Money out of chartered Democratic clubs. Also, the candidates to the CA Democratic Party Chairs have been invited, so go ask them hard questions!

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Thursday, February 23, 10 AM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Budget and Finance Committee.

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Thursday, February 23, 12 PM –
agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting.
Item 7.
2017-001061PCA  CONTROLLER’S REPORT: ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY STUDY OF INCLUSIONARY HOUSING – on February 13th Controller’s Office issued the final report of the economic feasibility of inclusionary housing requirements in San Francisco. The findings and recommendations of the report will be discussed, including Technical Advisory Committee comments.
Item 8. CODE ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMInformational Presentation providing an overview of the Department’s Code Enforcement program. Staff will provide data on complaints and penalties.
Item 9.
Inclusionary housing monitoring Informational Presentation General overview on Inclusionary Housing Monitoring Program, annual homeowner owner occupancy monitoring, resale.
Item 10.
Case No. 2017-001170PCA: Accessory Dwelling Units Amendments to Comply with State Law:
Preliminary Recommendation: Adopt a Recommendation for Approval with Modification
Item 13.
1900 MISSION STREET – southwest corner of 15th and Mission Streets, Lot 01 in Assessor’s Block 3554 (District 9) – Request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit Application (Mission local coverage)

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Friday, February 24, 2 PM

Department 622, 400 McAllister St. CA 1st District Court of Appeals
will hear John Fitch vs. Department of Elections. (Case Number: CGC-15-548710) re: Department of Elections failure to print the November 2015 ballots correctly, voter suppression and misinformation.

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Monday, February 27, 1:30 PM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Land Use and Transportation Meeting Item
1.
170094 [Administrative Code – Affordable Housing Cash-Out Proceeds Restriction]
2. 170003 [Planning Code, Zoning Map – Upper Market Street Districts]

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Tuesday, February 28, 11 AM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall CTA Meeting – packetincludes details on state bills and funding allocations.
state bills of concern

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Tuesday, February 28, 1 PM
Civic Center across from City Hall – SF Forest Alliance Rally for Trees and against Pesticides in our Parks before the 3 PM Appeal Hearing in room 250 at the Board of Supervisors meeting.

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Tuesday, February 28, 2 PM –
agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting
Item 45.
170092 [Administrative County Refugee Services Plan]
Item 53.
170190 [Appointment, Ethics Commission – Quentin Kopp]
Item
59. PM EIR [Hearing – Appeal of Final Environmental Impact Report Certification -Significant Natural Resource Areas Management Plan] Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the certification of a Final EIR for the proposed Significant Natural Resource Areas Management Plan (Case No. 2005.0912E), issued by the Planning Commission through Motion No. 19825 dated December 15, 2016. (Appellants: Dee Seligman, Rupa Bose, and Tom Borden, on behalf of the San Francisco Forest Alliance, and Brent Plater of Wild Equity Institute, on behalf of the Sierra Club’s San Francisco Bay Chapter, the National Parks Conservation Association, the Golden Gate Audubon Society, and the Sequoia Audubon Society) (Filed January 5, and January 17, 2017)
Item 65. 170161 [Urging the California State Legislature to Amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Enable California Local Jurisdictions to Levy a Personal Income Tax and a Corporation Tax]

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Thursday, March 2, 12 PM –
agenda and supporting docs
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Meeting.
Item 2.
2016-015925PCA MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARIES (BOARD FILE NO. 161229) – Planning Code Amendment (Proposed for Continuance September 14, 2017)
Item 3. 
2015-012722PCA  INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM (BOARD FILE NO. 150911) – Planning Code Amendment (Continued from Regular Meeting of September 15, 2016)
Item 11. JOB-HOUSING BALANCE TRENDS – Informational Presentation
Item 12.  2014.2110CWP  WESTERN SHORELINE AREA PLAN – Initiate General Plan Amendments
Item 13a. 2015-000988CWP ENDORSEMENT OF THE MISSION ACTION PLAN 2020 (MAP2020)
Item 13b. 2015-000988PCA-02 EXTENSION AND MODIFICATION OF COMMISSION-SPONSORED MISSION 2016 INTERIM CONTROLS RELATED TO THE MISSION ACTION PLAN (MAP2020) 2020
Item 13c. 2015-000988PCA MAP  PLANNING CODE & ZONING MAP PDR-RELATED AMENDMENTS (BOARD FILE NO. 170156)Planning Code and Zoning Map Amendments

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Saturday, March 4, 2-4 PM

Koret Auditorium SF Main Library , Reform Democrats (ADEM) AD17 Town Hall

In the spirit of radical democracy, the Reform Democrats want to hold regular town hall meetings with the community, so that everyone knows whats going on inside the CA Democratic party, and can tell their delegates how they should be voting. (link)

JANUARY 2017


Check Agendas page for Links to each weeks’ meetings:

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Wednesday, January 4,  6 PMDetails
1455 Market St., 22nd Floor – Geary BRT Citizens Advisory Committee – Geary CAC is scheduled to hear and vote on the Geary BRT.

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Thursday, January 5,  2 PMDetails
Room 250 City Hall,
Special Transportation Authority Board Meeting  Details This is where the Board of Supervisors, acting as the County is expected to approve the $350-360 million dollar Geary BRT large project authorization, before the public or the Board of Supervisors has sufficient time to review and analyze the large document that was just released on the 15th of December. CEQA still allows a 30 day period for public review and comment, so this will cut that allowance down, leading, once again to a violation of CEQA by the SFMTA and almost certain filing of an appeal. SFMTA will have an excuse for fast-tracking their Geary BRT, so we need as many letters and people to protest against this outrage at this meeting as possible. Sample letter:  https://discoveryink.wordpress.com/letters-and-comments/geary-brt/ There is a second excellent letter requesting a delay here: 122816-peskin-postpone requesting that the Chairman of the SFCTA Board of Commissioners, Aaron Peskin, postpone the Geary BRT EIR vote for one month. Quite a few letters have gone out with that request.

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Monday, January 9, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 Land Use Committee Item 1. 161178 [General Plan Amendments – Implementing the City’s Vision Zero Policy] Regarding Pedestrian Safety Item 9. 161241 [Interim Zoning Controls – Indoor Agriculture]

Monday, January 9, 10 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Inaugural Meeting and election of President and seniority determination.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Item 1. 161015 [Appropriation – Real Property Transfer Tax for Funding Community College Fund – FY2016-2017 – $9,000,000 3 PM Special Order  Item 12. 161146 [Hearing – Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review – Proposed Project at 2675 Folsom Street. Item 22. 161178 [General Plan Amendments – Implementing the City’s Vision Zero Policy Regarding Pedestrian Safety]

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Thursday, January 12,  12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Item 8. 2016-011482DRP­­-02 1928 MISSION STREET DR request – proposing a change of use from a vacant retail space to a large institutional use for a non-profit organization providing on-site soup kitchen services (d.b.a. Sisters of the Fraternite Notre Dame). Item 10. 2013.1458DRP-02 198 VALENCIA STREET east side, at the corner of Duboce Avenue, Lot 108 in Assessor’s Block 3502 – Request for Discretionary Review of Building Permit.

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Tuesday, January 17,  11:30 AMagendaMEETING CANCELLED.
Room 250 City Hall, Finance Committee –
County Transportation Authority Board Meeting Item 4. State and Federal Legislative Update – ACTION*  legislation – support on Assembly Bill (AB) 1 (Frazier), AB 28 (Frazier) and Senate Bill 1 (Beall), and an oppose position on AB 65 (Patterson). At the January 5th Special Board Meeting, Chair Peskin introduced a resolution specifically supporting AB 87 (Ting), which will be considered at the January 24th Board Meeting.

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Thursday, January 19,  12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall Planning Commission Item 14. 2016-013035PCA EXEMPTING CERTAIN LANDMARKS FROM NOV 2016 BALLOT MEASURE PROP X-Planning Code Amendment. Item 15.  2012.0726PCA  TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM – Amendments to the Planning Commission Standards for the Transportation Demand Management Program (TDM Program Standards.

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Monday, January 23, 1:30 PMagenda
Room 250 Land Use Committee Item 2. 161291 [ [Administrative Code – Update Hotel Conversion Ordinance] Sponsor: Peskin – Ordinance amending Administrative Code, Chapter 41, to update the Hotel Conversion Ordinance. Item 3. 160925  Planning Code – Transportation Demand Management Program Requirement] Sponsor: Cohen Ordinance amending the Planning Code to establish a citywide Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Program. Item 4. 170036 Hearing – Cannabis State Legalization Task Force Update]  Sponsors: Cohen; Ronen Hearing on the local impact of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act.

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Tuesday, January 24,  11 AMagenda
Room 250 City Hall, CTA Meeting Item 8. Approve a Resolution in Support of Assembly Bill 87 (Ting) to Curb Illegal Self-Driving Cars – ACTION*  resolution

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Tuesday, January 24, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting Item. Item 21.161241 Interim Zoning Controls – Indoor Agriculture] Sponsor: Mayor Resolution creating interim zoning controls to require conditional use authorization for indoor agriculture uses. Item 23. 170021 [Nomination, California Coastal Commission – Supervisor Aaron Peskin 3 PM Special Item 36. 161278  [Hearing – Appeal of Categorical Exemption from Environmental Review – Proposed Project at 3516-3526 Folsom Street] Item 56. 170035  [Urging the United States Congress Not to Repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act]

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Thursday, January 26,  12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall,
Planning Commission:  Item 10. 2011.1356E Public hearing on the CENTRAL SOMA PLAN – Public Hearing on the Draft Environmental Impact Report. The project is a comprehensive plan for the 230-acre, 17-block portion of the city’s South of Market neighborhood, which seeks to encourage and accommodate housing and employment growth within the Plan Area. The Plan seek to make functional circulation changes to Folsom, Howard, Harrison, Bryant, Brannan, Third, and Fourth Streets in areas within and beyond the Plan Area. The Plan requires General Plan, Planning Code, and Zoning Map text amendments as well as adoption of a Special Use District (SUD) to permit the Plan’s uses at the locations, heights and intensities proposed. (Written comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Report will be accepted at the Planning Department until 5 p.m. on February 13, 2017.) Preliminary recommendation: Review and Comment

Monday, January 30, 1:30 PM – CANCELLED
Room 250 Land Use Committee Meeting

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Tuesday, January 31, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors Meeting Item.
Item 25.
161344 [Appropriation – General Reserve – Fund Immigration-Related Legal Services – FY2016-2017 – $1,500,000]
Item 27. 161345  Ordinance approving a Lease Disposition and Development Agreement and 75 year Ground Lease (with option to extend to 99 years) with the Regents of the University of California, San Francisco (“UCSF”) for a new research building at the Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, with an initial base rent to be paid by UCSF of $180,000 per year; authorizing the Department of Public Health to accept a $10,000,000 parking reimbursement contribution upon delivery of the Ground Lease to UCSF. NEIGHBORS MAY PROTEST.
Item 33. 161248 [Accept and Expend Grant – Association of Bay Area Governments – Bay Area Regional Energy Network Program Activities – $546,258
Item 35. 161319  Accept and Expend Grant – California Department of Public Health – Prescription Drug Overdose Prevention Project – $434,777
Item 36. 161321 [Accept and Expend Grant – San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium – Health Care for the Homeless – Oral Health Expansion – $207,500
Item 37. 161322 [Accept and Expend Grant – California Department of Health – California Project LAUNCH – $367,968] for Children’s health.
Item 38. 170016 [Emergency Declaration – Temporary Replacement and Repair of Dewatering Equipment – Oceanside Wastewater Treatment Plant – Total Estimated Cost of Work and Contract $435,450]
Item 29. 160925 [Planning Code – Transportation Demand Management Program Requirement] Sponsors: Cohen; Sheehy
Item 41. 161291  [Administrative Code – Update Hotel Conversion Ordinance]
Item 49. 170102 [Affirming Commitment to Maintaining Women’s Universal Access to Affordable Reproductive, Family Planning, and Sexual Health Services in San Francisco]
Item 51. 170112 [Committee of the Whole – Housing for Families with Children – March 7, 2017] Sponsor: Yee

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Thursday, February 2,  12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall,
Planning Commission Meeting – Item 3. 2008.0586E ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY – Academy of Art University (AAU) The Proposed Project consists of four general components: study area growth, project site growth, legalization of prior unauthorized changes, and shuttle service expansion… Based on these policy determinations, the Department Proposed Project includes review of all Program-Level Growth and Project-Level Growth analyzed in the EIR.  However, the Department Proposed Project would result in the full legalization of 29 of AAU’s 40 existing and project sites, with 3 pending recommendations.
Item 4a – Conversions to Student Housing for 2209 Van Ness Avenue and 2211 Van Ness Avenue
Item 4b – Conversion of Residential Units to Student Housing for the following properties: 1080 Bush Street, 1153 Bush Street, 1916 Octavia Street, 1055 Pine Street, 860 Sutter Street, 2209 Van Ness Avenue, 2211 Van Ness Avenue, the proposed Ordinance incorporates the already established conditional use authorization.
Item 4c – 2211 Van Ness Avenue, Conversion of Residential Units to Student Housing
Item 5a – g Academy of Art University (AAU) CUs
Item 6 – 460 Townsend Conversion from PDR to Educational Services use by the Academy of Art University – WSoMa Mixed-Use Office (WMUO) and 85-X district.
Item 7 – 466 Townsend Conversion from PDR to Educational Services use by the Academy of Art University – WSoMa Mixed-Use Office (WMUO) and 85-X district.
Item 15 a-b 2906 Folsom Street CU and Variance request