May 2016

 

Mission-Monsters

Monday May 2, 1:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Comm. Item 1. 160273 Street Artist Spaces – Market Street, Drumm to Spear Streets]

Tuesday, May 3, 1 PMagenda
City Hall Room 400 SFMTA Board Meeting – Public comment should be early. Come and speak out. Let SFMTA and your supervisors know what you think about the dangerous mess on Mission Street. Demand they stop imposing restrictions on our public streets and leave the bus stops where they are.

Tuesday, May 3, around 2 PM
City Hall Mayor’s Office –
Hunger Strikers and supporters are expected to arrive at City Hall to see the Mayor, after marching from the 17th Street Police Station.

Tuesday, May 3, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 12.
160255 [Planning, Administrative Codes – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Requirements; Preparation of Economic Feasibility Report; Establishing Inclusionary Housing Technical Advisory Committee] Item 13. Bridge loan for the Transit Center Project 14. [Annexation of Property to City and County of San Francisco Community] Facilities District No. 2014-1 (Transbay Transit Center)] Item 35.  [Opposing California State Senate Bill 1102 (McGuire) – Short-Term Rentals and Collection of Transit Occupancy Taxes]

Tuesday, May 3, 7 PM
953 De Haro, Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, Potrero Hill Democratic Club, Socializing with DCCC candidates –
We have  invited our endorsed candidates for DCCC (above) to come for a meet-and-greet, a casual opportunity to meet them if you weren’t at the April 12th meeting, and to get to know them better if you were.

Wednesday, May 4, 8PM
Brava Theatre – Stand up and Fight Back empower the neighborhood to preserve the Mission for the residents and merchants by keeping the Monsters out.

Thursday, May 5, 9:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Supervisors Audit and Oversight Committee Item 2. 160443 [Hearing – Role of the City’s State Legislation Committee and the Advocacy Procedures and Protocols of the City Lobbyist].

Thursday, May 5, 10:30 AM – schedule
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Joint Hearing with the Rec and Park Commisison – Consideration of Allocation of $4,000,000 from the Downtown Special Park Fund for the renovation of Willie “Woo Woo” Wong Park

Thursday, May 5, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Item 5.  2015-000988CWP Mission Action Plan (MAP) 2020 Informational Update on the status of the Mission Action Plan 2020 (MAP2020); The purpose of the Mission Action Plan is to retain and attract low to moderate income residents and community-serving businesses (including Production, Distribution and Repair), artists, and nonprofits in order to strengthen and preserve the socioeconomic diversity of the Mission neighborhood. Item 6. Southern Bayfront StrategyInformational Presentation. Informational update on development plans on San Francisco’s southeast waterfront, stretching from Mission Creek to Candlestick Point; Item 7.  2010.0515MAP_02 1101 Connecticut Street Zoning and height map Amendments (Potrero Hope SF Development Project “BLOCK X”)Item 8a-f Oceanwide Center project, Oceanwide Center would include a 905-foot skyscraper with more than 1 million square feet of office space and 19 floors of condominiums. A second, shorter tower would contain 169 hotel rooms with an additional 154 condos. The taller of the two buildings would be the city’s second tallest, topped only by the Salesforce Tower, which is under construction at 101 First St. and will reach 970 feet with many variances including shadows on many city parks. (see agenda for doc links) Item 9a-c 300-350 Octavia, another big project. Item 11a-b 701 3rd a large tourist hotel project.

Saturday, May 7, 11 AM link
3543 18th St. Women’s Building – Yes on Prop C – Affordable San Francisco for All. Join Supervisors Jane Kim and Aaron Peskin, and the Prop C Coalition. Help pass Prop C and increase affordable housing. Precint walk following rally – all are welcome! www.yespropc.com

Monday, May 9, 5:30 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Small Business Commission Meeting – Item 4-8. SFMTA Presentations by SFMTA Projects (Discussion and Possible Action Items) – Item 4. Outreach and Engagement Program by Candace Sue, Communications Director; Item 5. 5-Year Capital Improvement Program; Item 6. Residential Parking Permit Evaluation & Reform Project; Item 7. Lombard Street Improvement Project; Item 8. 14 Mission Street Rapid Project. Looking for merchant feedback.

Tuesday, May 10, 10 AM – packet  agenda
City Hall Roo
m 263 SFMTA Finance Committee – We are recommending the following new positions this month: oppose on Assembly Bill First Extraordinary Session (ABX1) 24 (Levine) and Senate Bill (SB) 986 (Hill). Attachment

Tuesday, May 10, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 9.
[Appropriation – Proceeds from Short-Term Certificates of Participation – Transbay Transit Center Project – $260,000,000 – FY2015-2016] Item 17. [Administrative Code – Due Process for All and Sanctuary] Item 22. 160324 [Cooperative Agreement – California Department of Transportation – Lombard] Street Vision Zero Project Item 23. 160327 [Accept and Expend Grant – Association of Bay Area Governments – Bay Area Regional Energy Network Program – $609,258] Item 30. 160359 [Administrative Code – Establishing Municipal Fines and Fees Task Force]

Thursday, May 12, 9:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 416 Joint Powers Authority – Item 21.
RAB 280 Tear-down study

Thursday, May 12, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission
–  Item 13. 2016-000068IMP SF Art Institute informational. Notification by the Zoning Administrator of the filing of an Institutional Master Plan (IMP) for the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI)
Item 14. 2011.1300E Corovan Project (901-16th Street) – This is the biggest project of all with 395 units, 6 stories, 3.5 acres (larger than 1010 Potrero site), resulting in the loss of over 100,000 gsf of PDR. Please sign and share the petition if you haven’t already done so. Potrero Hill Projects (letters due by May 3.) Certification of the Final EIR. Preliminary Recommendation: Certify the Final EIR. Item 15 a-b.  Adoption of CEQA Findings, Large Project Authorization.

Monday May 16, 6:30 AM
gather at 1323 Evans for carpool to Sacramento for Lobby Day and Day of Action. There are a number of housing and worker justice bills ACCE activists want to discus with legislators in Sacramento.

Monday, May 16, 5:30 – 7:30

Turk/Fillmore Police Station SaveMuni Meeting, in person or by telephone. To telephone in, call 641 715 3580; when prompted, enter #253 492 and announce yourself. Item 4. Shuttle Buses, Item 6. RAP study, DTX effect, Item 7. SF Paratransit Program Item 9. Central Subway savemuni.org

Monday, May 16, 5:30 – 7:30

Turk/Fillmore Police Station SaveMuni Meeting, in person or by telephone. To telephone in, call 641 715 3580; when prompted, enter #253 492 and announce yourself. Item 4. Shuttle Buses, Item 6. RAP study, DTX effect, Item 7. SF Paratransit Program Item 9. Central Subway savemuni.org

Tuesday, May 17, 11:30 AM – Press Conference

City Hall Steps – San Franciscans for Community Planning will announce new 100% Affordable Housing  Bonus Program legislation that works with Proposition C to create low and middle income housing. This community plan is meant to protect families, businesses and workers from displacement.

Tuesday, May 17, 1 PM – agenda

City Hall Room 400 SFMTA Board MeetingPublic comment should be early. Come and speak out. Let SFMTA and your supervisors know what you think about the dangerous mess on Mission Street. Demand they stop imposing restrictions on our public streets and leave the bus stops where they are. Item 10.2 Approving permitted commuter shuttle bus zone modifications associated with the Commuter Shuttle Program.

Tuesday, May 17, 2 PMagenda

City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting Item 4. 160359 [Administrative Code – Establishing Municipal Fines and Fees Task Force] Item 18. 160278 Administrative Code – City Navigation Centers for the Homeless Item 19. 160124 [Setting the 2016 Budget and Legislative Analyst Services Audit Plan] Item 22 or 23. 160401 1066 Market CU appeal. Item 28. 160486 [Development of a Transportation Sales Tax Expenditure Plan.] half cent sales tax for consideration for November ballot.

Wednesday, May 18, 10 AM
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committe (Farrell, Tang, Yee) Transportation bond issues.

Wednesday, May 18
2355 Folsom St., John O’Connell High School, Kim and Wiener will hold their next debate in their effort replace Mark Leno in the State Senate.

Thursday, May 19, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission –  Item 9-b. 2008.0586E  ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY informational The Draft ESTM, including a detailed project description, is available for review on the Planning Department’s website at http://www.sf-planning.org/sfceqadocs. Item 10a-b. 2013.0677CUA CUA Beast on Bryant – 2000-270 Bryant Street CU and 2013.0677X Large Project.

Friday, May 20, 10 AM
Room 416, City Hall, Engineering Hearing, Sloat Boulevard (State Route 35) corridor between 36th Avenue and 21st Avenue. http://www.sfpublicworks.org/sloat

Friday, May 20, 10 PM
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr, Golden Gate Park Wilsey Court at the de Young Museum, Free VIP Canaval  dance party featuring energetic dancers, fabulous costumes and a preview of what’s to come at the Mission District extravaganza.

Tuesday, May 24, 11 AMagenda

City Hall Room 250 SF County Transportation Authority – Item 5. resolution  Adopt positions on State legislation. Item 7. Allocate $9,599,451 in Prop K Funds, with Conditions, for Three Requests (Includes Arguello Blvd. bike lanes, Burke Facility, 14 Trolley coaches), Subject to the Attached Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedules – ACTION*  resolution Item 8. Development of a (half cent additional) Transportation Sales Tax Expenditure Plan – INFORMATION*  attachment 1  attachment 2 Item 10. Public Comment

Tuesday, May 24, 2 PMagenda

City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting Item 21. 160228 [Calling for a California State of Emergency Declaration on Homelessness] Item 31. Public Comment Item 43. 106567 [Calling from Committee – Committee of the Whole – General Plan Amendment. (File No. 160347) – Affordable Housing Bonus Programs] Sponsors: Kim; Cohen, Campos, Yee, Peskin, Mar and Avalos

Wednesday, May 25, 10 AM – agenda

City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee Meeting, Item 12. 160464 Item 13. 160465 are the SFMTA authorization to sell $207 million in revenue bonds. (Comments on this.)  Item 14. 160466 Appropriation – Mission Bay Improvement Fund – Warrior Arena Improvement Capital Projects – $5,980,000 – FYs 2016-2017 and 2017-2018]

Wednesday, May 25, 5:30-7:30 PM
350 Masonic Ave.,  SFMTA Masonic Ave. Streetscape Update, Pre-Construction open house to learn more about the construction process.

Thursday, May 26, 12 PMagenda
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission – CANCELLED

Saturday and Sunday, May 28 and 29
FREE 2–day family Carnaval Festival in San Francisco’s Mission District over Memorial Day weekend, on Harrison Street between 16th and 24th Streets. http://www.carnavalsanfrancisco.org

 

June 2016

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Thursday, June 2, 12 PM  

Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission Polk Street prohibiting formula retail; 2006.1523CRV Administrative Code – Establishing Downtown Neighborhoods Preservation Fund; Street Vacation and Sale of Property at Jessie Street and Elim Alley for $36 Million – Oceanwide Center. 2013.0677CUA CUA Beast on Bryant – 2000-270 Bryant Street CU and 2013.0677X Large Project. 2016-006360PCA: Amendments to the Planning Code CU Requirements for Removing Unauthorized Units [Board File No. 160185]

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Tuesday, June 7, 1 PM


City Hall Room 400 SFMTA Board MeetingPublic comment should be early. Come and speak out. Let SFMTA and your supervisors know what you think about the dangerous mess on Mission Street. Demand they stop imposing restrictions on our public streets and leave the bus stops where they are.

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Tuesday. June 14, 6:30-8:30 PM
1231 Market St., Hotel Whitcomb Plan Bay Area 2040 PlanBayArea is going to be adopted in Summer 2017. This is to determine future housing, transportation & development in SF. http://www.planbayarea.org for more info & it says you can participate online.

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Thursday, June 28, 12 PM  
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission  160400 – 1066 Market Street, CU appeal. (160550 Planning Code – Waiving Inclusionary Housing Requirements, Exempting Certain Floor Area from the Calculation of Gross Floor Area and Transferable Development Rights Requirements, and Authorizing Land Dedication at No Cost – 1066 Market Street. Kim leg.)

 

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