July 2016

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Wednesday, July 6, 10:30 PM  –  agenda
Room 250 City Hall, the Budget and Finance Sub-Committee, Item 1. 160639  [Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations Code – Three-Quarter Cent Sales Tax Increase Sponsors: Mayor; Avalos, Farrell and Wiener. Under 30 day rule:  160670 [Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations Code – Half-Cent Sales Tax Increase for Transportation] Sponsors: Wiener; Avalos.

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Thursday, July 7, 12 PM  – agenda

Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission Item 1. 2014.0503ENX 2600 Harrison St. Large Project Authorization for continuance. Item 6. SFMTA info. for Joint Hearing scheduled for 7, 21 2016. Item 7.  2014.0556GPA Vision Zero – Initiate General Plan Amendments, Pursuant to Planning Code Section 340, the Planning Commission will consider initiating changes to the Transportation Element and Urban Design Element of the General Plan.  Preliminary Recommendation: Initiate and schedule a public hearing on or after October 6, 2016. Item 8. Housing Balance Report. [BOARD FILE NO. 160321] Planning Code amendment. Item 14a-b. 2014-000601ENX Large Project.  Axis Development 2675 Folsom Street/970 Treat Avenue  (delayed to August 4, 2016)

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Monday, July 11, 1:30 PM
Room 250 City Hall, Land Use and Transportation Committee Item 1.
151122 [Administrative Code – Preferences in Affordable Housing Programs] Sponsors: Mayor; Cohen, Breed, Wiener and Farrell. Item 8. 160252 [Planning, Administrative Codes – Construction of Accessory Dwelling Units] Sponsor: Peskin – Ordinance amending the Planning Code to allow the construction of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs, also known as Secondary or In-Law Units) on all lots in the City in areas that allow residential use.

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Monday, July 11, 5:30 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, Small Business Commission Item 2.
Public Works Code Street Space Occupancy permits limitations. Item 5. Update on the Legacy Business Program and Staff Introduction.

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Tuesday, July 12, 2 PMagenda

City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Item 1. 160383[Environment Code – Food Service and Packaging Waste Reduction] Sponsors: Breed; Peskin, Mar, Campos and Cohen. Item 7. 160687 [Planning Code – 100% Affordable Housing Bonus Program] Sponsors: Mayor; Tang Item 39. 160597  [Intent to Prioritize Funding Free City College of San Francisco] Sponsors: Kim; Breed, Peskin, Yee, Mar, Campos and Avalos Item 53. 160660 [Urging the San Francisco Legislative Delegation to Amend or Oppose the Proposed “By Right Housing Approvals” Budget Trailer Bill] Sponsors: Peskin; Mar, Kim, Yee, Avalos and Campos 54. 160675 [Urging the San Francisco Legislative Delegation to Work to Amend the Proposed “By Right Housing Approvals” Budget Trailer Bill] Sponsor: Wiener Item 58151273  [Charter Amendment – Filling Vacancies in Local Elective Office] Sponsors: Avalos; Mar.  Item 75. 160762  [Calling from Committee – Committee of the Whole – Planning Code Amendment (File No. 160252) – Construction of Accessory Dwelling Units] Sponsor: Peskin

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Wednesday, July 13, 2016, 8:30 PM – 12:30 AM

647 Valencia St, Elbo Room is hosting a benefit for the folks affected by the Mission/Bernal fire., 21 years or older.  100% of the door will be donated to medusa.org

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Thursday, July 14, 11 AMagenda

City Hall Room 263 Board of Supervisors Rules Committee Item 6. 160583 [Charter Amendment – Public Advocate] Sponsors: Campos; Avalos, Kim and Mar Item 7. 160781 [Charter Amendment – Public Advocate] Sponsor: Mar Item 8. 160588 Charter Amendment – Housing and Development Commission] Sponsors: Peskin; Kim Item 9. 160669 [Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code – Prohibiting Candidate-Controlled General Purpose Committees] Sponsor: Peskin Item 11. 160698  [Initiative Ordinance – Planning Code – Requiring Conditional Use Authorization for Replacement of Production, Distribution, Repair, Institutional Community, and Arts Activities Uses] Sponsor: Kim

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Thursday, July 14, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission –  Items 2a-b 
2012.0726PCA Planning Code Amendment and Adoption of Planning Commission Standards for the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Program (TDM Program Standards for “sustainable” transportation. The adoption of the TDM Program Standards must be approved by the approval of the Board of Supervisors. (Proposed for continuance to August 4.) Sarah B.will be the new SFMT Planning Director pushing this through. Item 3 . 2015-012722PCA Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program (Mayor’s) (Proposed for Continuance to September 15, 2016).   Item 13  SFMTA TDM info prior to the July 21 Joint hearing. Item 14. Office of Short Term Rentals report on program. (2014.0503ENX 2600 Harrison Street Large Project Authorization is not on this agenda.)

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Tuesday, July 15, 5:15 PM

Room 250 (I assume) City Hall, Board of Supervisors Special Meeting: There is a special Board of Supervisors meeting called to work out the most contentious ballot initiatives that are stuck in Committee.

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Two Supervisor Committee meetings: (possibly more?)

Monday, July 18, 12:30 PM – agenda
Room 263 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Rules Committee Special Meeting Item 1. 160588 [Charter Amendment – Housing and Development Commission] Peskin, Kim 160813 [Charter Amendment – Affordable Housing and Community Development] Peksin, Kim Item 3. 160698

Hearings and Reports

Monday, July 18, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Land and Transportation Committee Item 1. 151122 [Administrative Code – Preferences in Affordable Housing Programs] Mayor, Cohen, Breed, Wiener and Farrell Item 4. 160657 ADUs Farrel, Weiner Item 5. 160590 Street Space permits Farrell.

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Tuesday, July 19, 10:30 AM

Room 263 City Hall, SFCAT Plans and Programs Committee Meeting

Tuesday, July 19, 12 PM – agendareferenced materials
Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Board Meeting – Item 9. Speak at Public Comment about the Taraval pilot project or any of the others that are not on the agenda. Item 10.10 Glen Park docs. Item 11. Land Use planning. docs. Item 12. Southern Bayfront strategy docs. Item 13. Geary BRT. docs. Item 14. Commuter shuttle bus zones. Item 15. Adopting 2017-2020 Capital program $3.44 billion.

Tuesday, July 19, 2 PMagenda  (check agenda, too many to list)
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Meeting: Item 32. 151273 [Charter Amendment – Filling Vacancies in Local Elective Office] Avalos; Mar. Item 34. 160581  [Charter Amendment – Homeless Housing and Services Fund; Transportation Improvement Fund – Budget Set-Asides] Mayor; Wiener and Farrell.  Item 38. 160589 [Charter Amendment – Municipal Transportation Agency – Appointments to Board of Directors and Budget Process] Yee; Kim, Peskin and Campos. Item 39. 160639 [Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations Code – Three-Quarter Cent Sales Tax Increase] Mayor; Farrell and Wiener. Item 59. 150582  [Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations Code – Additional Utility Users Tax on Gas and Non-Renewable Electricity] Avalos.

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Wednesday, July 20, 12:30  PM –
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Room 400 City Hall, Historic Preservation Commission:  Item 10 2014-001965PCA Article 7 Phase 2 of the Planning Code Reorganization Aaron Starr will give a presentation that covers uses for Neighborhood Commercial Districts & contains controls as to density, open space, parking, etc.  Mr. Starr says it is only a re-organization to make things easier to read.  The proposed legislative document is about 700 pages.  Approval is scheduled for 10/13/2016 at Planning Commission. (this is where staff changes administrative code that controls things like appeal time and document requirements)

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Thursday, July 21, 10 AM  –
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Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Special Joint Meeting with the Planning Commission Item 4. docs. Connect SF Transportation Vision Plan.

Thursday, July 21, 10 AM – agenda
Room 263 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Rules Committee Special Meeting: Item 5. 160698

Thursday, July 21, 12 PM –  agenda
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission –  Item 1. 2014.1020CUA 1515 South Van Ness.(Request Cont. August 4)

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Friday, July 22,2016, 10AM
Room 416 City Hall, Engineering Hearing:  At this public hearing, members of the public can provide on-the-record feedback on the latest proposal for the L-Taraval. Opposition needs your support to spread the word. Download Taraval Public Hearing Postcard

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Sunday, July 24, 2-4 PM

711 27th Ave. party for Sandy Fewer,  Candidate for  District 1 Supervisor

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Monday, July 25, 10:45 AM – agenda
Rooms 263 City Hall, Rules Committee Item 1. 160698  [Initiative Ordinance – Planning Code – Requiring Conditional Use Authorization for Replacement of Production, Distribution, Repair, Institutional Community, and Arts Activities Uses] Sponsors: Kim; Peskin, Campos

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Tuesday, July 26, 11 AM

Room 250 City Hall, Transportation Authority Board

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Tuesday, July 26, 2 PM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Meeting. Item 1. [Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for Departments – FYs 2016-2017 and 2017-2018] Item 2. [Annual Salary Ordinance – FYs 2016-2017 and 2017-2018] Item 14. 160552 [General Obligation Bond Election – Amending Earthquake Loan Bond Program to Finance Permanent Affordable Housing] Item 15. 160639  [Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations Code – Three-Quarter Cent Sales Tax Increase] Item 19. 160669 [Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code – Prohibiting Candidate-Controlled General Purpose Committees] Item 20. 160699 [Initiative Ordinance – Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code – Prohibiting Candidate-Controlled General Purpose Committees] Item 21. 160381 [Charter Amendment and Business and Tax Regulations Code – City Responsibility and Parcel Tax for Street Trees. Item 22. 160582 [Charter Amendment – City Responsibility for Maintaining Street Trees]  Special Order 3 PM Appeal of the 901 16th / 1200 17th Streets (aka “Corovan project”) environmental review certification, supported by Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods (CSFN), a network of over a dozen neighborhood groups from across the city. Save The Hill filed this appeal. Item 55. 160824 [Hearing – Charter Amendment – Public Advocate; Department of Police Accountability] Item 74. 160698 [Initiative Ordinance – Planning Code – Requiring Conditional Use Authorization for Replacement of Production, Distribution, Repair, Institutional Community, and Arts Activities Uses.

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Wednesday July 27, 10:30 AM
1008 Mission at 6th St. Community Room, Artists Anti-displacement Meeting.

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Wednesday July 27, 5 PM
City Hall Room 416, Board of Appeals,
Re-hearing request for Appeal No.16-057 Delbridge vs. DPW-BUF  Van Ness Street Tree removal. We support the appeal to the removal of hundreds of street trees.

Wednesday July 27, 6:30-8:30 PM
1800 Chestnut Street(cross street Buchanan)
Moscone Rec center –SFMTA Public  Meeting on plans to slow traffic on Lombard, a major arterial state highway. If you are fed up with the MTA wreaking havoc on city streets, let them know at San Francisco come and vent your frustration . It is time for citizens to unite and fight back to protect the quality of life and economic vitality of our city.

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Wednesday July 27, 8:15 PM – info
Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. 
District 9 Supervisor Debate – Join the Latin@ Young Democrats of San Francisco as we host a lively debate between the four candidates (Joshua Arce, Iswari España, Hillary Ronen, Melissa San Miguel) vying to represent District 9 (Bernal Heights, Mission, Portola, Saint Mary’s Park).

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Thursday, July 28, 12 PM –
agenda
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission: Item 8. 2015-014314MAP 1493-1497 Potrero Height rezoning. Item 9. 2008.0586E AAU Certification of Final EIR.
Item 10.  Amendments to 2070 Folsom.

August 2016

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Tuesday, August 2, 2 PM  
Room 250 City Hall, Board of Supervisors Meeting. Beast on Bryant Appeal at the Board of Supervisors.

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Thursday, August 4, 12 PM  
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission  2014-000601ENX Axis Development Large Project.  2675 Folsom Street/970 Treat Avenue – 2014-000601CUA   CU 119 Luxury units and 14 percent affordable (19 units) on Folsom Street next to Parque Ninos Unidos. https://www.facebook.com/events/1711812349071441/  DRs2015-000192DRP DR  on 1520 Florida. SFMTA  2012.0726PCA Planning Code Amendment and Adoption of Planning Commission Standards for the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Program (TDM Program Standards) for “sustainable” transportation based on the premise of reducing GHGs.It appears that SFMTA plans to meld this w/ “Shift” and “Sustainable Streets” and “TEP” and “BRT” to force density on  all the neighborhoods. Sarah B. just announced that she will be the new SFMT Planning Director, probably attending both SFMTA Board meetings and Planning Commission meetings.

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Tuesday, August 16, 12 PM
Room 400 City Hall, SFMTA Board Meeting

June 2016

BUDGET HEARINGS: http://www.sfbos.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=55907

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Wednesday, June 1st, noon
One South Van Ness and Market, Recently Mayors Office of Housing and Mercy Housing decided to codify draconian rent increases for our community without addressing the issue of rent control. Midtown tenants currently have a lawsuit against the city to restore rent control protection. Rally at Mayor’s Office of Housing to demand that Olson Lee restores rent control protection that Midtown tenants have had for many years.

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Thursday, June 2, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission Item 8. 2006.1523 PCA  1st St., 512/516/526 Mission Street “Oeanwide Center” (Assessor Block 3708/Lots 003, 006, 007, 009, 010, 011, 012 and 055) (District 6) – Administrative and Planning Code Amendment. Item 9. 2016-001823PCA  Polk Street prohibiting formula retail; (District 3) Planning Code Amendment to prohibit formula retail in the Polk Street Neighborhood Commercial District; Item 10. 2014.0599ENX 540 De Haro St. west side between Mariposa and 18th Streets; Lot 002 of Assessor’s Block 4008 (District 9) – Request for Large Project Authorization. Item 17 a-b. 2013.0677CUA CUA Beast on Bryant – 2000-270 Bryant Street CU and 2013.0677X Large Project.

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Monday, June 6, 1:30 PM –
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City Hall Room 250 Land Use and Transportation Committee. 160510 Planning Code – Student Housing Exemption from Inclusionary Housing Requirements. 160599 Interim Zoning Controls – Hotel Conversion Ordinance. 

Tuesday, June 7, BALLOTS DUE

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Tuesday, June 7, 1 PM –
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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. And, stop reducing service by cutting bus stops and removing seats on the buses. Item 11. Authorizing the Director to execute Amendment #1 to Contract No. 1289, Van Ness Corridor Transit Improvement Project, with Walsh Construction Company for construction services, increasing the contract amount by $203,092,342, for a total contract amount of $203,892,342, and for an overall contract term not to exceed five years. Item 12. Urging the Planning Commission, Board of Supervisors and the Mayor to adopt an amendment to the Planning Code to establish a Transportation Demand Management Ordinance and endorsing legislation establishing the Transportation Demand Management Ordinance.

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Tuesday, June 7, 2 PM –
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City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors – Item 4. 160198 Storage of firearms Item 10. 160464 SFMTA Budget approval of [Appropriation – Municipal Transportation Agency Revenue Bond Proceeds -Transportation Capital Projects and Equipment – $207,000,000 – FY2016-2017 Item 11. 160466  Appropriation – Mission Bay Improvement Fund – Warrior Arena Improvement Capital Projects – $5,980,000 – FYs 2016-2017 and 2017-2018  Item 20. 160465 [Revenue Bonds – Municipal Transportation Agency – Not to Exceed $207,000,000] Item 27. 160559 Cooperative Agreement – Caltrans – 19th Avenue Combined City Project] Item 42. 160423 Short Term Rentals and Hosting Platforms, new requirements of platforms. Item 46. 160600 Opposing the System of Renting Grass at Any San Francisco Public Park  Item 49. 160660 Resolution urging the San Francisco Legislative Delegation to amend or oppose the “By Right Housing Approvals” proposed Trailer Bill in recognition of San Francisco’s local planning tools and significant contributions to regional housing development.

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Thursday. June 9, noon –
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City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission – Item 6.  
2016-006360PCA CU requirements for removal of unauthorized residential units. Item 9. 2013.1543E 1979 Mission St. – DEIR on mixed use project. The project site is located in the Mission Street Neighborhood Commercial Transit (Mission NCT) District and a 105-E/55‐X Height and Bulk District and is subject to the Mission District Interim Controls.

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Monday June 13, 5:30 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 250 Small Business Commission, We need to bring up the PDR situation and the effect the loss is having on small businesses, as well as the Mission Street problems. Item 5.  Presentation and discussion on Board of Supervisors File No. 160639 – Initiative Ordinance – Business and Tax Regulations Code – Three-Quarter Cent Sales Tax. Item 6. Discussion and possible action on Board of Supervisors File No. 160102 – Planning Code – File No. 160102 Legislative Digest Prohibiting Formula Retail in Polk Street Neighborhood Commercial District. Item 7. RPP – May 2016 Boards Presentation and Discussion on San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA’s) Residential Parking Permit Program Evaluation and Reform Project (Discussion Item)

Tuesday, June 14, 1 PM – CANCELED

City Hall Room 400 SFMTA Board Meeting

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Tuesday, June 14, 2 PM –
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City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors MeetingItem 3. 160464 Ordinance appropriating $207,000,000 of Revenue Bond proceeds to the Municipal Transportation Agency for transportation projects and equipment in FY2016-2017. including Van Ness BRT. Item 4. 160466 Ordinance appropriating $5,980,000 to the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA), of MTA’s operating fund in FY2017-2018 to support transportation capital projects including the proposed Golden State Warriors Event Center and Mixed Use Development in Mission Bay. We are requesting items 3 and 4 be pulled from the agenda. See sample letter

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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 16, noon –
agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission  Item 2. 
2014.1020CUA 1515 S Van Ness Ave. Titanic at 26th CU and St. Large Project (cont. to July 21) Item 11. 2015 Housing Inventory Info. Item 13. AUDs Item 16a-b. 2014.1201ENX 2445 16th St. large project and  2014.1201SHD shadow findings. Change of use from PDR to housing.

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Monday, June 20, 6:00 PM
2868 Mission St. (24th-25th) Mission Cultural Center –
This the long-waited opportunity for the community to discuss their experiences and suggestions for improving the Mission Street “improvement” project. We want relief and that starts with removing forced right turns.

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Tuesday, June 21, 1 PM – CANCELLED

City Hall Room 400 SFMTA Board Meeting

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Tuesday, June 21, 2 PM –
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City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting Item 7. 160278 Appropriations for six Navigation centers Item 8. 160347 Mayor’s AHBP Item 9. 160687 Maor and Tang 100% AHBP Item 21. New Office of Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing Item 32. 160550 Item 36. 160695 Supporting gun safety bills Item 37. 160696 AB650 PUC regulation of Taxi Companies.

 

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Wednesday June 22, 5 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 416, Board of Appeals,
Item 4a-v. Art Academy Appeal v. Zoning Administrator illegal use. Item 7. Appeal No.16-057 Delbridge vs. DPW-BUF  Van Ness Street Tree removal. We support the appeal. (450 Alabama Appeal is not on the agenda.)

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Thursday, June 23, 12 PM  
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission – Item 6. 2015-000988CWP (MAP) 2020 – An Informational Update Item7. Downtown Plan report Item8a-b. 2014.1201ENX 2445 16th St. large project and  2014.1201SHD shadow findings. Change of use from PDR to housing.

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Monday, June 27, 11 AM – agenda
Room 250 City Hall – Transportation Authority Board: Development of a Potential Local Transportation Revenue Measure and Expenditure Plan .5 sales tax and accompanying legislation for November ballot.

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Monday, June 27, 1:30 PM – agenda
Room 250 Board of Supervisors Land Use and Traffic Committee  Item 8. 160660 The Peskin et al Resolution urging the San Francisco Legislative Delegation to Amend or Oppose the Proposed “By Right Housing Approvals” Budget Trailer Bill.  Item 9. 160675  Weiner Resolution urging the San Francisco Legislative Delegation to Amend or Oppose the Proposed “By Right Housing Approvals” Budget Trailer Bill.

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Monday June 27, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 250 Small Business Commission, Item 3. Presentation and Discussion on Transportation Demand Management. Item 5. Update on the Legacy Business Program
We need to bring up the PDR situation and the effect the loss is having on small businesses, as well as the Mission Street problems.

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Tuesday, June 28, 8:30 AM – agenda

City Hall Room 400 Special SFMTA Board Meeting – Code simplification and 4 PM special Item 22. Board of Supervisors file numbers: 150969 and 160668 Density done RightDevelopment without Displacement.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2 PM – agenda

City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 15. 160347 Mayor’s General Plan Amendment – Affordable Housing Bonus Programs. Item 16. 160550 Planning Code – Waiving Inclusionary Housing Requirements – 1066 Market Street. Item 17. 160687 Planning Code – 100% Affordable Housing Bonus Programs – Mayor, Tang Item 20. 160383 Environment Code – Food Service and Packaging Waste Reduction Item 22. 151122 Administrative Code – Preferences in Affordable Housing Programs  Item 25. 160400 Appeal of CU on 1066 Market Item 35. 160696 Urging California State Legislators to Amend or Oppose California State Assembly Bill 650 (Low) – “Public Utilities Commission: Regulation of Taxicabs.

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Thursday, June 30, 10 AM –
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Room 263  City Hall – Rules Committee  Item 1. 160588 Charter Amendment – Housing and Development Commission  Item 2. 160381 Charter Amendment and Business and Tax Regulations Code – City Responsibility and Parcel Tax for Street Trees Item 3. 160582   Charter Amendment – City Responsibility for Maintaining Street Trees Item 4. 160585 Charter Amendment – Dignity Fund Item 5. 160586 Charter Amendment – Independent Police Oversight Department and Budget Set-Aside Item 6. 160583 Charter Amendment – Public Advocate Item 7. 160589 Charter Amendment – Municipal Transportation Agency – Appointments to Board of Directors and Budget Process Item 8. 160581  Charter Amendment – Homeless Housing and Services Fund; Transportation Improvement Fund – Budget Set-Asides

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Thursday, June 30, 12 PM – agenda
Room 400 City Hall, SF Planning Commission

May 2016

 

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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.)

 

April 2016

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Sunday, April 1
City Wide –
Begins the Major and Minor Arterial Operation Plan  for  Corporate Commuter Buses.  Restricts residential street buses to 35 feet or less.

Monday, April 4, 1:30 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Supervisors Land Use and Transportation

Tuesday, April 5, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 MTA Board Meeting –
Consent Calendar. MM Lots of RPP zone changes and lots of alterations around the Showplace Square and NN. Metered parking around Showplace square.  Item 10.3 Request for 6.1 million to refund false tickets. Item 10.4 Asking for 5.36 + .63 million to plan for Warriors Center and Mission Bay Development. Item 11. Railroad Alternatives and I-280 Boulevard Feasibility Study Item 14. Approving changes to various fines, fees, rates, and charges Item 15. Approving Capital Budget of $1,084 million + 860 million. Item 16. Approving budget of $207,000,000 which includes up to $45,000,000 for the Mission Bay Component; and up to $162,000,000 for other projects, such as the light rail vehicle procurement, the Van Ness Transit Improvement Project and various financing costs.

Tuesday, April 5, 2 PM agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors – Item 18.
160100 [Administrative Code – No-Fault Eviction Protections During School Year] Item 20. [Declaring Existence of a Shelter Crisis]

Thursday, April 7, 12 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Item 9.
Housing Balance Report on progress towards meeting the City’s affordable housing goals Item 10. Update on PDR in SF  Item 12.  2015-010606CUA: 898 South Van Ness Avenue CU to extend hours; Item 14a-b.
2014.1121DNX 1601 Mission Street Downtown Project authorization, CU, Variance.

Sunday, April 10, 1:30 -3:30 PM
Noe Valley Library Community Room,
“Bay Area Growth and Transportation:  Getting to Where We Want to Go,” Tom Rubin, Gerald Cauthen.

Monday, April 11, 5:30 PM
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting

Tuesday, April 12, 11 AM agenda
Committee Room 263, City Hall, Item 4.
Recommend Awarding Three-Year Consultant Contracts, with an Option to Extend for Two Additional One-Year Periods, to Arup North America Ltd., Iteris, Inc., Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. and WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, for a Combined Amount Not to Exceed $2,000,000 for On-Call Transportation Planning Services and Authorize the Executive Director to Negotiate Contract Payment Terms and Non-Material Contract Terms and Conditions – ACTION* memo Item 5. Recommend Amendment of the Adopted Fiscal Year 2015/16 Budget to Decrease Revenues by $3,616,773 and Increase Expenditures by $23,347,827 for a Total Net Decrease in Fund Balance of $26,964,600 – ACTION*  memo

Tuesday, April 12, 2 PM agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors – Item 4.
160100 No-Fault Eviction Protections During School Year. Item 8. 160223 Declaring Existence of a Shelter Crisis Item 20. 160215 [Hearing – Redevelopment Plan Amendment – Transbay Redevelopment Project Area – Zone One] Item 21. 160150  [Redevelopment Plan Amendment – Transbay Redevelopment Project Area – Zone One] Item 23. 160188 [General Plan Amendment – Downtown Area Plan Map 5 – Portions of Transbay Redevelopment Plan Blocks 1 and 2] Item 28. 160258 [Supporting California State Senate Bill 1286 (Leno) – Increasing Law Enforcement Transparency] Item 30. 160333 [Urging California State Legislators to Amend California State Assembly Bills 2501 (Bloom and Low) and 2522 (Bloom) in Recognition of San Francisco’s Significant Contributions to Regional Housing Development. To grant exceptions from state density bonus requirements to jurisdictions that exist as both a City and a County, with a population greater than 600,000.

Tuesday, April 12, 6 PM
201 Mission Street, TJPA Office Transbay Joint Powers Authority CAC
to hear the city’s RAB study and to consider Bob Feinbaum resolution to support the current DTX route.  Will also discuss the abrupt firing of the TJPA executive director.

Tuesday, April 12, 7 PM
54 Minnesota St, 3rd floor – Tivoli Room – SFMTA plans to use the northern corner of Dogpatch for an experiment – parking meters in front of residences. Please support the residents if you oppose further experiments on residents. So far the SFMTA has proven their experiments DO NOT WORK to our benefit. This has been opposed by everyone so far and this will open the doors to everyone getting them. LET YOUR SUPERVISORS KNOW THAT YOU STILL OPPOSE THIS TESTS. See the newly launched web site for details: enufsf.com

Wednesday, April 13, 11:15 AM
Claremont Room 101 Eighth Street, Oakland This working group will assist in the development of the Equity Analysis for the Sustainable Communities Strategy/Regional Transportation Plan.

Thursday, April 14, 9:30 AM
Room 416, City Hall TJPA Board
will meet. TJPA Director Maria Ayerdi-Kaplan is retiring.

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Thursday, April 14, 11 AM
1515 South Van Ness Ave. (26th Street), Press Conference on The Titanic Mess –
Lennar’s attempt to take a piece of pie in the Mission and the Mission fight to keep them out of it. See who among the Supervisor constituents shows up to support the neighborhood. Some suggest this is more about the EB5 green cards, sold to foreign investors who invest more than $500K in US properties, than housing.

Thursday, April 14 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission, Item 8
2010.1180CWP  informational hearing Market Octavia Item 10.  2015-016137CUA 16 West Portal Formula Retail Lemonade Cafe. Item 11. 2008.0850OFA-02 1515 & 1455 Third Street(UBER Mission Bay)
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014.1302CUA2014.1302VAR 2906 Folsom Street, located at the southwest corner of 25th and Folsom Street, Lot 001 in Assessor’s Block 6525 – Request for CU.

Friday, April 15, 10 AM agenda
Room 416 City Hall MTA Enginering Hearing

Monday, April 18, 1:30 PM – agenda
Item 4. 160255 [Planning, Administrative Codes – Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee and Requirements; Preparation of Economic Feasibility Report; Establishing Inclusionary Housing Technical Advisory Committee] Sponsors: Kim; Peskin and Yee

Tuesday April 19, 10:30 AM – agenda
Room 263, City Hall, SF County Transportation Authority – Plans and Programs Item 6. Recommend Allocation of $48,000 in Prop K Funds and $1,684,954 in Prop AA funds, with Conditions, for Four Requests, and Appropriation of $262,000 in Prop K Funds for Two Requests, Subject to the Attached Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedules –ACTION*  memo

Tuesday, April 19, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 MTA Board Meeting –
Item 10.3) Approving parking and traffic modifications to correct the directional inaccuracies in two parking and traffic modifications along the 30 Stockton Muni transit corridor as follows: A. RESCIND –BUS ZONE – Chestnut Street, north side, from Pierce Street to 75 feet westerly; Chestnut Street, south side, from Gough Street to 75 feet easterly; Chestnut Street, north side, from Gough Street to 75 feet westerly. Item B. ESTABLISH –LEFT-TURN LANE- Chestnut Street, westbound, at Fillmore Street. (Explanatory documents Item 10.5 Authorizing the Director to accept and expend up to $497,762 in FY 2016/17 Transportation Development Act, Article 3 funds for bicycle and pedestrian project categories. Documents. Item 11, Approving parking and traffic modifications to implement the Twin Peaks Boulevard Figure Eight Pilot Project from June 1, 2016 to May 31, 2018. documents. Item 13.   Authorizing the Director to award Contract No. SFMTA 2015-36, Agreement for Procurement, Implementation and Maintenance of a Parking Access and Revenue Control System with Skidata -control system at 22 parking facilities, for an amount not to exceed $19,848,007. documents

Tuesday, April 19, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 3. 151225 [Taxable and/or Tax Exempt Certificates of Participation – Affordable Housing Projects – Not to Exceed $95,000,000] Item 13. 151081 Building Code – Permit Suspension for Repeat Violations. Item 16. 160150  [Redevelopment Plan Amendment – Transbay Redevelopment Project Area – Zone One. 400 ft. height allowance. Item 19. 160152  Appropriation – Office of Small Business in the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development – $306,250 from the General Reserve – FY2015-2016. Item 35. 160258 [Supporting California State Senate Bill 1286 (Leno) – Increasing Law Enforcement Transparency].

Tuesday, April 19, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
1 Zoo Road, (off Sloat) San Francisco Zoo, Education Room
(near Zoo’s main entrance) Open House for San Francisco Local Coastal Program Amendment.  Free parking. San Francisco Planning is working on an amendment to the City’s Local Coastal Program to develop and adopt a plan addressing shoreline erosion, coastal flooding, and sea level rise along the City’s western shoreline. Reps from the following will be on hand to answer your questions:

  • San Francisco Planning
  • SPUR
  • AECOM
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • California Coastal Commission
  • San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
  • San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
  • San Francisco Public Works
  • Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Thursday, April 21 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission, Item 4.
1515 South Van Ness (Titanic mess) Proposed for Continuance to June 16. Item 5. 2012.1531PRJHotel Conversions OridiananceInformational Presentation. Proposed for Continuance Indefinitely.

Monday, April 25, 2 PMagenda
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting – Item 5.
Presentation from the Mission Business Community on the 14 Mission Rapid Project.  (Discussion and Possible Action Item) Presentation by Members and Business Owners of the Mission Business Community.

Tuesday, April 26, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 8. [Administrative Code – Bicycle Yield Enforcement Policy] Item 14. [Supporting Proposed California State Ballot Initiative – “Safety for All Act of 2016”] state law re: guns and ammo. Item 15.
Redefining Formula Retail.

Wednesday, April 27, 6 PM – agenda
1455 Market at 11th –  SFCTA CAC Meeting: 
Presentations for the Warrior Arena transportation by Peter Albert, Plan Bay Area with project rankings and the Transbay Financing  are on the agenda.  In addition the MTA Radio Replacement project will be presented. Budget items and update on Transbay Transit Center Financing.

Wednesday, April 27, 5 PM –
Room 416 – 88 Arkansas at the Board of Appeals:
The Boosters have appealed the Large Project Authorization for this development based on the Planning Commission granting an exception on the 40% requirement for 2 or more bedrooms in each unit. The appeal is based on a technicality, but one that has the potential to limit the inclusion of family-friendly housing in future development. Potrero Hill Projects

Thursday, April 28 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission – Item 8.
PIPELINE SF Job and office trends; Item 9. Plan Bay Area 2040 update; Item 10. 2012.0726PCA Code Amendments re: traffic demand management; Item 13.2015-007858CUA 1245 South Van Ness convert a vacant grocery store (previously DBA “Delanos”) into a formula retail grocery store (DBA Grocery Outlet).; Item 14.   2013.0698X 1301 16th St. LPA and Variances UMU – PDR to housing and retail. Potrero Hill Projects

Thursday, April 28 6-7:30 PM – agenda
7th Floor SFMTA offices 1 S Van Ness at Market,
Van Ness BRT CACprovides feedback and guides decisions related to the design, construction and implementation of the Van Ness BRT. Join the committee and project staff this Thursday for general project updates. More information will be posted here

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. Let your supervisors know what you think and then tell the MTA Board.

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]

Thursday, May 5, 10:30 AM – schedule
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Joint Hearing with the Red 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 Mega development project, with many variances including shadows on many parks. (see agenda for doc links) Item 9a-c 300-350 Octavia, another big project. Item 11a-b 701 3rd
large tourist hotel project.

Thursday, May 12, 12 PM
Room 400 City Hall, the Planning Commission
–  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

March 2016

 

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Tuesday, March 1, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 MTA Board Meeting – Item 11.
Amending Transportation Code, Division II, Section 914 to limit the duration of the Commuter Shuttle Program to one year, and limit the number of Designated Stops to 125; directing staff to present a report in six months that explores a potentially more efficient zone network model and that monitors air quality and significant increases in stop – events at individual locations; and authorizing the Director to commission a comprehensive study of the relationship between transportation programs: staff report and presentation  Item 12. Traffic Modification – 30 Stockton: staff report and presentation (Moved to March 15?)

Tuesday, March 1, 2 PM agenda
City Hall, Room 250 Board of Supervisors MeetingItem 1. 151228 Administrative Code – Special Law Enforcement Services (“10B Officers”) event security, Item 4. 151274 Charter Amendment – Authorizing Board of Supervisors to Update Inclusionary or Affordable Housing Requirements and Providing Increased Interim Requirements. (Recommendation do not pass.) Item 5. 151257 Increasing Transportation fees for nonresidential projects, including PDRs. Item 13. 160115 Conditional Use Required to Remove Any Residential Unit; Mandatory Legalization of Unauthorized Units. Item 20. Housing for Students Act Item 22. Maximizing feasible inclusionary housing requirement. Item 24. 160167 Amendment to the Redevelopment Plan for the Transbay Redevelopment Project Area – Zone One max. height to 400 feet.

Tuesday, March 1, 5:30 – 8 PM
San Francisco City College/Ocean Avenue Campus, Multi Use Building, Room 140
–  The SFMTA wants to hear your ideas on how to update and improve its Residential Parking Permit program. First of four meetings planned.

Tuesday, March 1, 7 PM
953 De Haro St., Potrero Hill Neighborhood House: Potrero Hill Democratic Club
Homelessness in San Francisco discussion with:
Emily Cohen, Deputy Director, Mayor’s Office of HOPE
Ken Fisher, Founder/Designer, RouteHome
Julie Leadbetter, Director, San Francisco Navigation Center
Shira Noel, Policy and Advocacy Coordinator, Homeless Youth Alliance
Amy Farah Weiss, Founder/Director, Saint Francis Homelessness Challenge*  
In advance of attending this meeting, Amy Weiss requests that you please take the online quiz/survey to test your knowledge about the status quo of homelessness in SF and learn more about the Saint Francis Homelessness Challenge. Thanks.

Wednesday, March 2, 3:30 – 5:30 PM

Van Ness Improvement Project Overview Walking Tour

Thursday, March 3, 12 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission – 
540 De Haro (cont. to June 2), Item 7. Transportation LOS to VMT required as a result of California Senate Bill 743, Item 8. Proposed approval of amendments to the Candlestick Point Design for Development increase heights, etc. Item 11a. 88 Arkansas St. UMU (Urban Mixed-Use Zoning District) and 48-X Height and Bulk District in the Showplace Square/Potrero Hill Area Plan. Item 11b. Large Area plan.

Saturday, March 5, 12:30 PM
Free Healing “Spririt Boat” Workshop and Potluck

Tuesday, March 8, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting Item 14. 160115 [Planning, Building Codes – Conditional Use Required to Remove Any Residential Unit; Mandatory Legalization of Unauthorized Units]

Wednesday, March 9, 10 AM
City Hall Room 416 Sustainable Streets Hearing – Showplace Square CCA parking management (map link)

Wednesday, March 9, 6-8 PM
2505 3rd Street at 22nd Street, Smokestack Brewery, Planning Department Central Waterfront Dogpath, Come tell us what your priorities are for parks, streets, and sidewalks in Dogpatch! RSVP for the workshop at http://CWD-PRP-1.eventbrite.com

Thursday, March 10, 12 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission – Item 9
Sea level rise presentation Item 12 Vehicle parking  and car wash. Item 14a-b. 2013.0431CV  750-754 14th St. exceeding the principally permitted dwelling unit density, and provide less than the required unit mix, provide less common space and allow rear yard stairway.

Saturday March 12, 10 AM
Palace of Fine ArtsSave the Palace of Fine Arts – Join the Weeping Women as we raise awareness on Union Street and Polk Street about the City’s plans to privatize the Palace of Fine Arts by turning it into a hotel. Meet at the Palace of Fine Arts at 10 am. We’ll leave at 10:30 and walk up Union Street to Polk Street…(more)

Monday, March 14, 5:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting, Item 5.
Presentation from the Lombard Corridor Coalition regarding the Lombard Street Corridor Transit Project and Chestnut Street projects.(Discussion and Possible Action Item). Item 6. Survey to Small Business regarding Super Bowl 50 outcomes.(Discussion and Possible Action Item)

Tuesday, March 15, 10:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 263 – SFCTA Item 4.
Improving West Side Transit Access (memo) West Side transit hubs; Item 6. Recommend Approval of the 2016 Prop AA, $10 vehicle registration fee; Item 7. Recommend Allocation of $10,975,410 in Prop K Funds.
(Tang (Chair), Farrell (Vice Chair), Avalos, Cohen, Peskin and Wiener (Ex Officio))

Tuesday, March 15, 1 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 MTA Board Meeting, Item 11.
Lombard Safety Project staff report and presentation; Item 12. 30 Stockton  (Chestnut) : staff report and presentation,  Item 13. Presentation, discussion and possible actions regarding the FY 2017 and FY 2018 Operating and Capital Budgets.

Tuesday, March 15, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 8. 160134 Agreement – TEGSCO, LLC, dba San Francisco AutoReturn – Towing and Storage of Abandoned and Illegally-Parked Vehicles – Not to Exceed $65,400,000 Item 11. 160091 Industrial Lease Agreement – Tanforan Industrial Park, LLC – Bus Operator Training Courses – $2,480,304 Initial Annual Base Rent. Item 22. [Calling for a California State of Emergency Declaration on Homelessness] Sponsors: Kim; Cohen, Campos, Yee, Peskin, Mar and Avalos.

Wednesday, March 16, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee – Meeting Item 13. Hearing – [Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program], Campos, Kim, Peskin, Hearing on the initial findings and impact of the Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program, and requesting Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, Arts Commission, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, and the Northern California Loan Fund to report.

Wednesday, March 15, 6 PM
2815 18th St.- Beast on Bryant
Community meeting with the developer, Nick Podell, who is planning a luxury condo development on Bryant Street between 18th and 19th Streets. This is a public planning meeting to determine the fate of the former home of the CELL space Arts Building, the Tortilla Flats Cafe restaurant and the A.C.T. prop-building warehouse, among other community-serving PDR businesses. The meeting will be held on site, next to the now vacant Tortilla Flats Cafe.

Thursday, March 17, 3-4:30 PM
Van Ness Business Advisory Committee Meeting

Thursday, March 17, 12 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission – Items 1-6.
may be continued Converting SROs to Tourist rooms in downtown area: 140 Ellis Street, 1412 Market Street, 972 Sutter Street, 432 Geary Street, 447 Bush Street, 54 4th Street, 430 Eddy Street;  Neg Dec on file #2013.1753E 1066 Market St. Item 12. Academy of Art University (informational) Item 13. Mission Interim Controls (informational) to govern certain permit applications during the development of the Mission Action Plan (MAP) 2020. Item 14. 50 First St. (informational) Item 16-17c. 1066 Market St. Appeal, Downtown Project, CU Variance, CU (see agenda
for details and attachments.)

Wednesday, March 18, 10 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 416 SFMTA Hearing on SFMTA order 5550 – Establish Tow away No stopping zones permitted commuter shuttle bus zone, Monday through Friday on streets located near the existing commuter shuttle Muni zones. (Public Hearing for establishment and removal of selected Commuter bus zones.  Includes Red (Muni) bus zones and White Loading Zones.)
Rescind – Ability For Permitted Commuter Shuttles To Use MUNI Zones
A. Clement Street, north side, from 12th Avenue to 60 feet westerly
B. 3rd Street, east side, from Palou Avenue to 150 feet northerly
C. 30th Street, north side, from Sanchez Street to 75 feet easterly
D. 18th Street, north side, from Church Street to 75 feet easterly
E. 18th Street, south side, from Church Street to 75 feet easterly
F. Eddy Street, south side, from Mason Street to 120 feet westerly
G. Bayshore Boulevard, east side, from Cortland Avenue to 100 feet northerly
Rescind – Ability For Permitted Commuter Shuttles To Use MUNI Flag Stops
A. 30th Street, south side, from Church Street to 5 feet westerly
B. Pacific Avenue, north side, from Larkin Street to 5 feet easterly
C. Portola Drive, south side, from Teresita Boulevard to 5 feet easterly
Establish tow way no stopping zones nearby. (See agenda for details)

Monday, March 21, 7 PM
1665 Haight St. the Red Vic Community Meeting. Build Navigation Centers to address the crisis hosted by Dean Preston, District 5 Supervisor candidate. Join and share you views where Navigation Centers should be located and other ways to curb homelessness.

Tuesday, March 22, 11 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 SFCTA Meeting – Item 5. Adopt Positions on State Legislation – ACTION*  resolution; Approve financing for a number of projects. Item 10. (DOT’s) Smart City Challenge Grant program. This competition showcases the ways that innovative technologies and mobility services can help reduce congestion, cut carbon emissions and increase traffic safety in our nation’s urban areas.

Tuesday, March 22, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Consideration of the Mayor’s veto of an Ordinance to increase the Transportation Sustainability Fee for Non-residential projects. (including PDRs).  Items 4-5. Establishing SB find and funding it. Item 25. Emergency Declaration on Homelessness. Item 27. 160258 Supporting SB1286 Law Enforcement transparency bill by Leno.

Thursday, March 24, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission  Item2. No.
2015-012722PCA: Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program [Board File No. 150911].  Ordinance introduced by Mayor Lee and Supervisors Farrell and Tang amending the Planning Code to provide revised geographic, timing, pricing and other requirements for the off-site alternative to the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee. (Cont.) 2013.0431CV Item 9a-b 750-754 14TH STREET – northwest corner of 14th and Belcher Streets, CU and Variance, changes

Thursday March 24, 1:30 PM
Superior Court, 400 McAllister at Polk – Superior Court, Judge Wong –  Petition by San Francisco City Attorney to dismiss the Shuttle Pilot Plan law suit as moot since the Pilot Plan expired. A legal attempt by running out the clock.  (Should be an interesting observation to see how lawyers define “is” is!)

Thursday, March 24, 2:30 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee, Ordinance declaring a state of emergency on homelessness will be heard around 3 PM. You may share testimony during public comment to help pass this legislation.

Thursday March 24, 7 PM
1649 Hayes St., Emanuel Church, Community Meeting to Protect Small Businesses hosted by Dean Preston. 4,000 businesses were closed or evicted in 2014. learn how you can help preserve your favorite neighborhood businesses.

Thursday, March 24 6-7:30 PM
Van Ness BRT Community Advisory Committee Meeting  See current plan details and updates on the  Project Overview Page

Monday, March 28, 2 PM
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting

Thursday, March 31 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission : Item 2.
 2015-014149CUA : 1271-1275 Mission Street CU,  Item 7. Case Number 2016-003040PCA. adopt inclusionary affordable housing requirements including a fee requirement, amending the Planning Code to provide revised geographic, timing, pricing and other requirements for the off-site alternative to the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee.

Thursday, March 31 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 263 SF County Transportation Authority – Visions Zero Committee – (Yee, Kim, Campos, Wiener)
packet Item 3. Update on state and fed. efforts. Item 4. Next generation of efforts attachment Item 8. Public Comment

Sunday, April 1
City Wide –
Begins the Major and Minor Arterial Operation Plan  for  Corporate Commuter Buses.  Restricts residential street buses to 35 feet or less.

Thursday, April 7, 12 PM
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission
2015-010606CUA: 898 South Van Ness Avenue CU; 2014-003109CUA: 3434 17th Street – Northeast side of 17th Street, east side of Albion Street CU to public parking lot;

Sunday, April 10, 1:30 -3:30 PM
Noe Valley Library Community Room,
“Bay Area Growth and Transportation:  Getting to Where We Want to Go,” Tom Rubin, Gerald Cauthen.

Monday, April 11, 5:30 PM
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting

Thursday, April 14 PM
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission,
PDR/UMU informational hearing. 2014.1302CUA: 2906 Folsom Street, located at the southwest corner of 25th and Folsom Street, Lot 001 in Assessor’s Block 6525 – Request for CU. 2015-016137CUA: 16 West Portal Avenue – Southwest corner of the intersection of West Portal Avenue and Ulloa Street, Lot 002 in Assessor’s Block 2931. Request for formula retail. CU.

Monday, April 25, 2 PM
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting

February 2016

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Monday, February 1, 1:30 PMagenda
City hall, Room 250, Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Committee – Item 1. 150494 [Planning, Building Codes – Conditional Use Required to Remove Any Residential Unit; Mandatory Legalization of Illegal Units; Permeable Surfaces and Landscaping Requirements] Item 2. 151210 [Lease Amendment – Coit Tower, LLC – Lease and Operation of Coit Tower. Item 3.  [Interim Zoning Controls – Additional Design Standards for Large Projects Within the Showplace Square, Potrero Hill, and Central Waterfront Area.

Tuesday, February 2, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 :SFMTA Board Meeting, Item 12.
Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding the Commuter Shuttle Pilot Program (Explanatory documents include a slide presentation)

Tuesday, February 2, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 250 : Board of Supervisors Meeting, Item 2.
Lease Amendment – Coit Tower, LLC. Item 11. Urging the Establishment of a Local Match Commitment to the National. Item 21. 150914 Ordinance amending the Planning Code to provide administrative review of affordable housing, permitting it as a principal use, and not requiring a Planning Commission hearing, with certain exceptions; (% affordable? for whom?) Item 29. 160077 Resolution extending by an additional 90 days the prescribed time within which the Planning Commission may render its decision on an Ordinance. Item 34. 160036 Rescheduling Proposed Charter Amendment on inclusionary affordable housing ballot proposal.

Wednesday – February 3, 4:30 PM

Thursday, February 4, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission. Item 7. 2016-000613CRV FY 2016-18 PROPOSED DEPARTMENT BUDGET AND WORK PROGRAM –
Review and Comment on the balanced Fiscal Year 2016-2018 department budget and work program. Preliminary Recommendation:  Review and Comment CU requests on: 3325 Sacramento St., 1533-1539 Franklin St., 2310 Market Street ( North side of Market Street, at 16th Street); 313-323 Cumberland Street, 2100 Market St. (at 14th), 3606 Taraval St. – north side of between (46th and 47th)

Friday – February 5, 9:30 PM
Monday, February 8, 1:30 PM –   agenda
City Hall, Room 250, Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Committee, Item 1. 151257  increase the Transportation Sustainability Fee for Non-residential projects, Item 2.  150494 [Planning, Building Codes – CU required to remove any residential unit; mandatory legalization of illegal units.

Tuesday, February 9, 10 AM – agenda
City Hall, Room 263 : SFCTA Plans and Programs Committee, Item 6. Prop K funds.  11 AM – Finance Committee – agenda update on state and federal legislation and, when appropriate, seek recommendations to adopt new positions on active legislation. We are recommending the following new positions this month: support positions on Assembly Bill (AB) 1591 (Frazier), AB 1574 (Chiu), Assembly First Extraordinary Session (ABX1) 18 (Linder), Senate Bill 812 (Hill) and SB 824 (Beall); and an oppose position on AB 1550 (Gomez). One of the main discussions in Sacramento is how to raise revenue for transportation. Following the legislative matrix, there is an attached table which compares the three main proposals on the table. 5. Road Charge Pilot Program Update – INFO* Vehicle miles driven. The pilot program is scheduled to begin sometime in the summer of 2016.

Tuesday, February 9, 2 PM  – agenda

City Hall, Room 250 : Board of Supervisors Meeting, Item 13. 160036 proposed Charter Amendment (File No. 151274) authorizing the Board of Supervisors to update the inclusionary or affordable housing obligations Item 16. 150914 Ordinance amending the Planning Code to provide administrative review(by planning department staff only) of affordable housing, permitting it as a principal use, and not requiring a Planning Commission hearing. Item 22. 151281  Interim Zoning Controls – Additional Design Standards for Large Projects Within the Showplace Square, Potrero Hill, and Central Waterfront Area Plan. Item 23. 150940 Charter Amendment – Park, Recreation and Open Space Fund to require an annual baseline appropriation. Item 27-30. 151289 Public Hearing – Appeal of Categorical Exemption from Environmental Review – Proposed Commuter Shuttle Permit Program] Item 33. 15049 CU Required to Remove Any Residential Unit; Mandatory Legalization of Illegal Units.

 

Tuesday – February 9, 2 PM
Wednesday – February 10, 12 PM
Thursday, February 11, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 : Supervisor Rules Committee Meeting : Item 3.
Charter Amendment on Inclusionary Housing Item 6. Prioritizing funding for capital improvements rather than operations and maintenance, exactly the opposite of what the folks who supported Prop B wanted to do with that legislation. No plans to run or repair the stuff they are buying. Item 7. 160048 Initiative Ordinance – Affordable Housing Streamlining Act

Thursday, February 11, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting :
Item 12. 580 De Haro CU to demolish dwelling units, subdivide lots. Item 8. Transportation Sustainability Program update (info) level of service reform. (88 Arkansas, opposite Jackson Park, corner of Arkansas / 17th, would displace 18,248 gsf of PDR with 126 residential units, 20% affordable onsite and 3000 gsf of retail space. Was expected to go to the Planning Commission on 2/11/16. on hold?)

Saturday – February 13, 10 AM
Saturday – February 13, 6 PM
Sunday – February 14, 1 PM
Monday – February 15, 7:30 PM
Tuesday, February 16, 1 PM – agenda

City Hall Room 400, MTA Board of Directors – Consent Calendar – Item 1. Approving the traffic modifications around Masonic. Item 11. Supporting

revisions to the Commuter Shuttle Pilot Program.

Tuesday, February 16, 6-8PM
4760 Mission St. SF Muslim Community Center (Districts 9 and 11) Presentation on the City’s Affordable Housing Bonus Program, hosted by San Francisco Planning. City staff will present an overview of the Program at the beginning of the meeting and will be on hand to answer your questions. For additional information on the program, please visit www.sf-planning.org/AHBP.

Thursday, February 18, 12 PM  – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting cancelled

Thursday, February 18, 3 -4:30 PM
Van Ness Business Advisory Committee Meeting

Monday, February 22, 1:30 PM –   agenda
City Hall, Room 250, Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Committee, Item 4 CU required to remove residential units. 16102 prohibiting formula retail on Polk

Monday, February 22, 6-8 PM
1800 Oakdale Ave., Southeast Community Facility Commission – C
ommunity meeting for District 10 about the City’s Affordable Housing Bonus Program, hosted by Supervisor Malia Cohen and San Francisco Planning. RSVP

Tuesday, February 23, 2 PM
City Hall, Room 250 :
Board of Supervisors Meeting, Item 3. 150494 [Planning, Building Codes – Conditional Use Required to Remove Any Residential Unit in a C-3 District, Including Illegal Units; Permeable Surfaces and Landscaping Requirements Citywide for Building Additions and Residential Mergers] Items 5 General Obligation Bond and Item 6 Special Rec and Park funds Item 20 Extending Transit fees to PDRs Item 26-29 Appeal of CatEx from EIR on Proposed Commuter Shuttle Permit Program. Items 30-33 Financing of Pier 70 Infrastructure Items 34-35 Inclusionary or Affordable Housing Requirements.

Tuesday, February 23, 6-8:30 PM
1220 Noe St., James Lick Middle School (Noe Valley) –
The SFMTA wants to hear your ideas on how to update and improve its Residential Parking Permit program. First of four meetings planned.

Tuesday, February 23, 6-9 PM
801 Arkansas St., (22nd St.) Potrero Hill Rec Center Auditorium – study release meeting on the Railyards/I-280 study. The Boosters plan to come in around 8 PM with additional discussions on the program.

Wednesday, February 24, 6-9 PM
Betty Ann Ong Chinese Recreation Center – The SFMTA wants to hear your ideas on how to update and improve its Residential Parking Permit program. First of four meetings planned.

Thursday, February 25, 10 AM
City Hall, Room 250 :
Supervisors Hearing – “The State of the City’s Response to Homelessness in 2016” – Send letters and comments if you can’t attend and have any good ideas to share. Contacts

Thursday, February 25, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting : Item 12a-c
2015-012730GPR Transbay Redevelopment Plan Amendment to increase the maximum height limit from 300 feet to 400 feet, and general plan amendment. Item 15a-b 2014-001503GPA Affordable Housing Bonus Program General Plan and Planning Code Amendment.

Thursday, February 25, 6- 7:30 PM
Van Ness Business Advisory Committee Meeting

Thursday, March 3 , 12 PM
City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting CUs
on 1906 Union St., 1271-1274 Misison St., 88 Araknsas St. LP, 461 Valencia Variance, 1452-1458 Broadway Variance, scheduled.

Saturday, February 27, 9:30 AM – noon
County Fair Building (Richmond District/Sunset) – 
The SFMTA wants to hear your ideas on how to update and improve its Residential Parking Permit program. First of four meetings planned.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016, 5:30 – 8 PM
San Francisco City College/Ocean Avenue Campus, Multi Use Building, Room 140
– The SFMTA wants to hear your ideas on how to update and improve its Residential Parking Permit program. First of four meetings planned.

Saturday – March 5, 12:30 PM

Thursday, Mar 16, 3- 4:30 PM
Van Ness Business Advisory Committee Meeting

January 2016

PFAs

Tuesday, January 5, 1:30 PM – agenda and documents

City Hall, Room 400  – SFMTA Board Meeting. Consent Calendar items: (10.5) Approving Amendment No. 6 to the Paratransit Broker Agreement with Transdev Services, increasing the total amount of the contract by $8,200,000, to a sum not to exceed $126,799,710. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution and amendment.)
Item 11. Presentation and discussion regarding the SFMTA’s 2015 year-end financial audit.  Item 12. Approving the SFMTA’s 2016 Legislative Program. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, resolution and program.) Item 13. Amending Transportation Code, Article 2, Division 400, Sections 406, 407, 408, 409 and 412(b) to increase rates in Parking Meter Zones 1-5 by $0.25; and Article 3, Division 300, Section 321 to eliminate a fee of $0.27 per transaction for parking meter payments made directly by credit or debit card, or by pay-by-phone service. (Explanatory documents include a staff report, amendment and resolution. The proposed action is an Approval Actions as defined by S.F. Administrative Code Chapter 31.)

Tuesday, January 5, 2 PM
City Hall, Room 400 Board of Supervisors Meeting is cancelled.

Thursday, January 7, 12 PM – agenda

City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting – Consent Calendar Item 5 2014.0599ENX– 540 De Haro Street Large Project Authorization that would replace PDR space with market rate housing. Item 11 2015-018111IMP Area  Plan  Implementation Update and Inter-Department Plan Implementation Committee  (IPIC) report.

Friday, January 8
Street Closures map for the Super Bowl party

TT - Super Bowl Transportation Map 12.1.15

Monday, January 11, 1:30 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 250 Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Committee Item 2 151224 Hearing – Short-Term Residential Rentals Enforcement] Item 3 151097 [Hearing – Anticipated Impacts of Super Bowl 50]

Tuesday, January 12, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 8 150943    [Administrative Code – Bicycle Yield Enforcement Policy] Item 13 151286 Plan for the Permanent Closure of County Jail Nos. 3 and 4  Item 17 151285 [Budget and Legislative Analyst Review of Super Bowl 50 Revenue and Expenditures]

Tuesday, January 14, 6-8 PM
1199 9th Avenue,  SF County Fair Building : Community Meeting – District 7 Affordable Bonus Housing Program Public presentation and discussion.

Wednesday, January 13, 5 PM – agenda

City Hall, Room 416 Board of Appeals Item 8 – Appeal request that the Historic Preservation Commission spend an additional 6 months studying alternatives before granting approval to remove the Van Ness Civic Center historical trolley/lamp poles and median trees. More appeals are planned to save the rest of the trees. Similar efforts are ongoing on Geary and Masonic. Why are we spending millions of dollars to replace mature trees with new ones when there is no budget to maintain them?  http://stopsfmta.com/wp/

Thursday, January 14, 12 PM – agenda

City Hall, Room 263 : SF Board of Supervisors Rules Committee Item 6. 151273 Charter Amendment introduced by Avalos- Mayoral Run-Off Election Following Ranked-Choice Voting; Filling Mayoral and Supervisorial Vacancies.

Thursday, January 14, 12 PM – agenda

City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting – Item 9  2015-000988CWP– PROPOSED COMMISSION-SPONSORED INTERIM CONTROLS RELATED TO THE MISSION ACTION PLAN (MAP) 2020. Item 10 2016-000003GPA DOWNTOWN AREA PLAN MAP 5 RELATED TO TRANSBAY REDEVELOPMENT PLAN BLOCK 1 – General Plan Amendment – Initiation Item 11 2013.0784X 2177 3RD STREET –  east side between 18th and 19th Streets – Lots 003 & 003B in Assessor’s Block 4045 – Request for Large Project Authorization, demolition of 2 existing buildings in UMU district. Item 17

Thursday, January 14, 7 PM
1833 Page Street, Park Branch Library : The Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood Council (HANC) Community Meeting – Affordable Bonus Housing Program Public presentation, panel discussion.

Thursday, January 18, 8 PM
1541 Polk Street, St Paulus Lutheran Church : Community Meeting – District 3 Affordable Bonus Housing Program Public presentation and discussion. Main speaker will be newly elected Supervisor Aaron Peskin. Update to the membership on the proposed 365 Market Street by Whole Foods Market at the Lombardi’s site at Polk and Jackson.

Tuesday, January 19, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 SFMTA Board Meeting: Consent Calendar: (10.4) Authorizing the Director to execute a nine and one-half year Industrial Lease with Tanforan Industrial Park for 30 Tanforan Avenue, South San Francisco Item 11. Amending Transportation Code, Division II Section 601 to designate a transit-only lane on Van Ness Avenue and approving parking and traffic modifications, along the 30 Stockton Muni transit.  Chestnut Street Alterations are on the agenda. Please support the Marina Cow Hollow neighbors and merchants and all the Marin Commuters by opposing these plans. See more details as they become known. (Farrell office appears to have continued the Cow Hollow alterations) Item 12. Amending Transportation Code, Division II, Section 601 to designate transit/taxi only lanes on 16th Street from Seventh Street to Church Street in the westbound direction. Reject the TTRP.22 Moderate Alternative as infeasible, and approves the proposed Modified Expanded project. (January 2016 plans) to be approved January 19 at the SFMTA Board Meeting.
(Presentation) (staff report)

Tuesday, January 19, 1 PM
City Hall, Room 416, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure Meeting (link) will hold a hearing on the proposed 160 Folsom luxury condo project and the Developer’s request for height exemptions up to 100 feet. Developer ProposalsOpposition statements.

Tuesday, January 19, 7 PM 

1125 Fillmore Street (Turk & Fillmore Streets) Northern Police Station – CSFN General Assembly meeting  – Affordable Housing Density Bonus Program – speakers tba

Tuesday, January 19, 7-8 PM
2201 Lawton Street, Sunset Recreation Center, 
Affordable Housing Density Bonus Program RSVP Here

Thursday, January 21, 10 AM
City Hall Room 250, Rules Committee Special Meeting – Alternatives to Use of Force in Policing Sponsors:  Cohen, Yee, Avalos, Breed and Campos Supervisors:  John Avalos, Katy Tang, Malia Cohen Information:  sfbos.org

Thursday, January 21, 12 PM – agenda

City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting – Item 5.  2015-011449PCA RE-DEFINE FORMULA RETAIL TO INCLUDE SUBSIDIARIES. Item 8.  2016-000162CWP DESIGN REVIEW AND GUIDELINES modifications. Item 9. No. 2015-012722 PCA: Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program [Board File No. 150911].

Thursday, January 21, 1-3 PM
725 Diamond Street,  St Philip the Apostle Church, Parish Hall : Community Meeting – District 8. Affordable Bonus Housing Program Public presentation and discussion. RSVP

Saturday, January 23, 1-3 PM
251 18th Avenue,  Richmond Recreation Center : Community Meeting – District 1 Affordable Bonus Housing Program Public presentation and discussion. RSVP

Monday, January 25, 7-9 PM
1660 McAllister Street, Redemption Church Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Community Meeting Public presentation and discussion. RSVP

Tuesday, January 26, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – 2 PM Mayor : policy discussions re: who made the NFL deal, and includionary housing legislation. 3 PM Appeal to the MTA decision to make permanent the shuttle program, including specific allowance to use designated MUNI bus stops. The appeal is that there should have been an environmental impact analysis / study. Item 55. 160036 Charter Amendment – Authorizing Board of Supervisors to Update Inclusionary or Affordable Housing Requirements and Providing Increased Interim Requirements Proposed Ordinanaces  160042 [Official Sidewalk Width Changes – Portions of Van Ness Avenue] Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 1061 entitled “Regulating the Width of Sidewalks” to change the official sidewalk width of certain locations between the intersection of South Van Ness Avenue and Mission Street.

Tuesday, January 26, 6:30- PM
Masonic/Hayes,
John Adams Campus Room 139, SFMTA meeting to explain the Masonic plan to will begin construction of the Masonic bike lane project in mid-2016.  They will provide more information at this meeting. This meeting will be a good opportunity to find out information, question MTA and express your opinion about this $18 million project. Unfortunately, for some reason, the meeting notice does not appear on the MTA Masonic project webpage.

Wednesday, January 27, 5 PM
City Hall, Room 416 Board of Appeals – Board of Appeals tied 2-2 on an appeal of the 75 Howard luxury condo project. The tie is scheduled to be settled at this hearing. One board member stated, “This is the most non-San Francisco building I have ever seen in my life.” Objections were raised to building a modern glass box, with essentially no setbacks, into the historic, brick, low, and tapered buildings fronting the Embarcadero. Written comments may be submitted to the board up to Jan 21. More info: 75Howard@RinconNeighbors.com.  Attorney Sue Hestor has also filed a second appeal that is also scheduled to be heard on the 27th.

Thursday, January 28, 2 PM (moved from noon)
City Hall Front Steps Press Conference : Stop the Destruction of Our Neighborhood Rally Hosted by Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco.  

Thursday, January 28, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting Item 8. 
Case No. 2015-014588PCA: Code Enforcement Procedures Ordinance [Board File No. 151085] Item 12a. General Plan Amendment (amending the Housing Element, Urban Design Element, Van Ness Avenue Area Plan, Chinatown Area Plan, Downtown Area Plan, and Northeastern Waterfront Area) Plan-b. Planning Code Amendment – The Affordable Housing Bonus Program. Get your letters written and voice your opinions on this important legislation. Get your letters and comments in ahead of this hearing. (Public Hearing. Both are scheduled to be continued till April 7, 2016) 

Saturday, January 30, 10:15 – 2:30 PM
474 Valencia St. Centro del Pueblo –
 Community-based planning for what we want and need at 16th Street and Mission.

Sunday, January 31, 12-3 PM
1425 Folsom Street Folsom St. Foundry,
Jane Kim’s mobilization  to grow out grassroots network and collect signatures to put Jane on the ballot in June. janekim.org/hit-the-streets-with-team-jane/

Thursday, February 4, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission.
CU requests on:
3325 Sacramento St., 1533-1539 Franklin St., 2310 Market Street ( North side of Market Street, at 16th Street); 313-323 Cumberland Street, 2100 Market St. (at 14th), 3606 Taraval St. – north side of between (46th and 47th)

Thursday, February 11, 12 PM
City Hall, Room 400 : SF Planning Commission Meeting
88 Arkansas, (opposite Jackson Park, corner of Arkansas / 17th (would displace 18,248 gsf of PDR with 126 residential units (20% affordable onsite) and 3000 gsf of retail space. This is expected to go to the Planning Commission on 2/11/16.

Thursday, February 18, 3 -4:30 PM
Van Ness Business Advisory Committee Meeting

Thursday, February 25, 6- 7:30 PM
Van Ness Business Advisory Committee Meeting

Thursday, Mar 16, 3- 4:30 PM
Van Ness Business Advisory Committee Meeting

 

December 2015

 

December

Tuesday, December 1, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250, Board of Supervisors Meeting  – Item 10. 150932 General Plan – Fifth and Mission Special Use District] Ordinance amending the General Plan of the City and County of San Francisco. Item 11. Planning Code, Zoning Map – Fifth and Mission Special Use District] Item 12. Development Agreement Fifth and Mission. Item 13. 150622 [Administrative, Planning Codes – Preferences in Affordable Housing Programs] Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to clarify existing preferences in allocating City affordable housing units amending Map 1 of the Downtown Plan.

Wednesday, December 2, 9:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 408, Zoning Variance Hearing. Scott F. Sanchez, Zoning Administrator holds a monthly public hearing* (also known as a “Meeting”) to provide a public venue for the review of variance applications in accordance with the requirements of the Planning Code.

Wednesday, December 2, 5-8 PM
1455 Market, Tenants Together Eviction Party. Join our eviction party to help us raise funds for our move and new higher rent, and raise awareness about the eviction crisis in the Bay Area.  The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project will be there to capture ethnographic narratives of displacement. We all help each other fight back. info@tenantstogether.org

Wednesday, December 2, 6 PM – agenda
995 Market Floor 22, The Special SF County Transportation Authority Citizens Advisory Committee meeting. Item 8. Adopt a Motion of Support for the Allocation of $638,477 in Prop K Funds; Item 9 Adopt a Motion of Support for Approval of the 2015 San Francisco Congestion Management Program – ACTION*; Item 10 updates the MTA Commuter Shuttle Program and approval moving forward in February 2016.  (An opportunity to counter the MTA / Bay Area Council rosy picture condemning the neighborhoods to 35 foot buses on residential streets); Item 11 outlines the Long Range Transportation requirement; Item 13 is for the DTX cost review and alignment.

Thursday, December 3, 12 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Meeting, Item 9.   
2015-012718PCA – AFFORDABLE HOUSING AS A PRINCIPAL USE [BOARD FILE 150914] – Planning Code Amendment to permit affordable housing as a principal use and not requiring a conditional use permit, excludes the 100% affordable housing projects in P Zoned Districts; Item 10. HOUSING POLICY INFORMATIONAL – Informational discussion of the Citywide Division’s Housing Policy work. Item 11. AFFORDABLE HOUSING BONUS PROGRAM – Informational Presentation regarding the proposed Planning Code Amendment to create the Affordable Housing Bonus Programs, consisting of the Local Affordable Housing Bonus Program.

Thursday, December 3, 5 PM agenda
One South Van Ness Ave. 7th Floor SFMTA Citizen Advisory Council – Citizens request a hearing on the removal Muni wires for Super Bowl party
Looks like this won’t be necessary. They listed to the public and pulled the plug on this one. Got to rev up the public to keep those complaints coming.

Friday, December 4, 10 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 416 Board of Appeals 
Comments can be e-mailed to sustainable.streets@sfmta.com or FAXed to 415-701-4737.

Monday, December 7, 21:30 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250, Land Use and Transportation Committee Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 4 151097 [Hearing – Anticipated Impacts of Super Bowl 50] Item 5 150943 [Administrative Code – Bicycle Yield Enforcement Policy]

Tuesday, December 8, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250, Board of Supervisors Meeting Item 15.151121 [Planning Code – Establishing a New Citywide Transportation Sustainability Fee] Items 57-65. [Golden State Warriors Events Center at Mission Bay – EIR approvals] Items 66. 150995 [Administrative Code – Establishing Mission Bay Transportation Improvement Fund, and Advisory Committee] Item 67. [Golden State Warriors Event Center at Mission Bay – Delegation of Public Improvement Approvals and Other Actions] Item 68. [Golden State Warriors Event Center at Mission Bay – Street and Easement Vacations] Items 80-82. 151238 [Approval of a 90-Day Extension for Planning Commission Review of an Ordinance Creating the Affordable Housing Bonus Programs (File No. 150969)]

Wednesday, December 9, 5 PM
City Hall Room 416 Board of Appeals Re: Appellant’s Brief In Support of Appeal No. 15-127 Regarding Planning Commission’s Determination of Compliance Pursuant to Planning Code Section 309 for the Project at 75 Howard Street.

Wednesday, December 9, 7 PM
281 18th Ave., Richmond Community Center, District 1 – PAR is providing this forum to allow the Planning Department to explain the Program and for community to weigh with comments, concerns and ideas. The forum will include a presentation by a Richmond District community member and attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions.

Thursday, December 10, 12 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Meeting, Item 10. 
2010.0515ETZ  POTRERO HOPE SF PROJECTsouth slope of Potrero Hill bounded by Connecticut Street, 26th Street, Wisconsin Street, 23rd Street, Texas Street, and 25th Street; Assessor’s Block/Lots: 4167/004, 004A, 4220A/001, 4223/001, 4285B/001, and 4287/001A – Certification of the Final EIR. 11a. 2010.0515ETZGPR  environmental finding (and a statement of overriding considerations) under the California Environmental Quality Act in connection with the adoption of the project and related actions necessary to implement the Plan. 11 b. The proposed project includes demolition of the existing 620 public housing units and development of up to 1,700 residential units for a range of income levels, including replacement public housing. Item 13. 2015-006712PCA REQUIRING CUA TO REMOVE RESIDENTIAL UNITS INCLUDING UNAUTHORIZED UNITS Item 14. 2015-012722PCA   INCLUSIONARY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM [BOARD FILE NO. 150911] – Informational Presentation

Thursday, December 10, 7-8:30 PM
762 Fulton, African American Art & Culture. District 5 Affordable Housing Bonus Program Community Meeting. You are invited to attend a community meeting about the City’s Affordable Housing Bonus Program, hosted by Supervisor Breed. details

Monday, December 14, 6 PM- agenda
55 Phelan Ave, Multi-Use Building, Room 140 SFCC – Balboa Reservoir CAC –
Sustainability + CCSF

Tuesday, December 15, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250, Board of Supervisors Meeting – The group that wants to Save the Palace of Fine Arts for artists intends to present the Change.org petition to the Board. Item 8. 150995  [Administrative Code – Establishing Mission Bay Transportation Improvement Fund, and Advisory Committee] Item 9. 150996 [Golden State Warriors Event Center at Mission Bay – Delegation of Public Improvement Approvals and Other Actions] Item 10. 150997 [Golden State Warriors Event Center at Mission Bay – Street and Easement Vacations] Item 12. 150624  [Administrative Code – Supportive Housing Tenants’ Enrollment in Public Benefits]  Item 32. 151232  [Cooperative Agreement – State of California (Caltrans) – Van Ness Transit Improvement Project] re: construction support and funding of the Van Ness Transit Improvement Project. Item 44. 150943 [Administrative Code – Bicycle Yield Enforcement Policy] Item 48. 151230    [Urging the California Public Utilities Commission to Reject the Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s Proposed Increases to Net Energy Metering Fees]

Tuesday, December 15, 5:30-7 PM – agenda
525 Golden Gate Ave., 3rd Floor Tuolumne Conference Room, SFPUC CAC Items 5-6
BRCAC use of  “public” land and the SFPUC mission statement on energy and water protection/provide/restore and current water drought and future energy needs on the site and for development pressures in the district.

Tuesday, December 15, 8-8 PM – agenda
55 Phelan Ave, Multi-Use Building, Room 140 BALBOA PARK STATION COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (BPSCAC) SFMTA – Items 2-5
district changes, and traffic and pedestrian safety and planning

Thursday, December 17, 12 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Meeting

 Sunday Dec 20th, 3-4:30 PM
4716 3rd St. Third St. Gallery – Third Street Village Art Market Project – The Displacement Show
– United Booksellers of 24th Street/Calle 24 Presents: Po’ Poets Project/Poetas Pobre Proyecto and other special guests Live poetry and spoken word performance. Gallerist Danielle Satinover is a long time resident of the Bayview and is joined by others working to revitalize (NOT OVER GENTRIFY) vacant spaces and underserved parts of the neighborhood with ART.  Other collaborators include Andrea Baker (Andrea Baker Consulting) who acquired the space to generate community activation and asked Danielle to run the gallery,  along with community Partner Bayview Opera House, and Tyra Fennell of Imprint City. The pop-up gallery is running for 3 months, featuring displaced artists. https://www.facebook.com/ThirdStArtMarket/
contact:  danielle@daniellesatinover.com

November 2015

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Saturday, November 21, 10 AM – 12 PM
1800 Chestnut, Moscone Recreation Center, Community meeting with Assembly Member Phil Ting. Share your ideas and questions concerning the state budget and legislation. For more information about this event, please call (415) 557-2312.

Monday, November 23, 10:30 AM
City Hall, Room 250 – Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Committee Item 1: 151121 Planning Code – Establishing a New Citywide Transportation Sustainability Fee – The Land Use committee will pass the new transportation fee that lowers rates for large developers while extending the reach by including charges non residential and non-profits, smaller businesses and property owners. One more break for large developers at our expense.

Tuesday, December 1, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250, Board of Supervisors Meeting  – Item 10. 150932 General Plan – Fifth and Mission Special Use District] Ordinance amending the General Plan of the City and County of San Francisco. Item 11. Planning Code, Zoning Map – Fifth and Mission Special Use District] Item 12. Development Agreement Fifth and Mission. Item 13. 150622 [Administrative, Planning Codes – Preferences in Affordable Housing Programs] Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to clarify existing preferences in allocating City affordable housing units amending Map 1 of the Downtown Plan.

Wednesday, December 2, 9:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 408, Zoning Variance Hearing. Scott F. Sanchez, Zoning Administrator holds a monthly public hearing* (also known as a “Meeting”) to provide a public venue for the review of variance applications in accordance with the requirements of the Planning Code.

Wednesday, December 2, 5-8 PM
1455 Market, Tenants Together Eviction Party. Join our eviction party to help us raise funds for our move and new higher rent, and raise awareness about the eviction crisis in the Bay Area.  The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project will be there to capture ethnographic narratives of displacement. We all help each other fight back. info@tenantstogether.org

Wednesday, December 2, 6 PM – agenda
995 Market Floor 22, The Special SF County Transportation Authority Citizens Advisory Committee meeting. Item 8. Adopt a Motion of Support for the Allocation of $638,477 in Prop K Funds; Item 9 Adopt a Motion of Support for Approval of the 2015 San Francisco Congestion Management Program – ACTION*; Item 10 updates the MTA Commuter Shuttle Program and approval moving forward in February 2016.  (An opportunity to counter the MTA / Bay Area Council rosy picture condemning the neighborhoods to 35 foot buses on residential streets); Item 11 outlines the Long Range Transportation requirement; Item 13 is for the DTX cost review and alignment.

Thursday, December 3, 2 PM agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Meeting, Item 9.   
2015-012718PCA – AFFORDABLE HOUSING AS A PRINCIPAL USE [BOARD FILE 150914] – Planning Code Amendment to permit affordable housing as a principal use and not requiring a conditional use permit, excludes the 100% affordable housing projects in P Zoned Districts; Item 10. HOUSING POLICY INFORMATIONAL – Informational discussion of the Citywide Division’s Housing Policy work. Item 11. AFFORDABLE HOUSING BONUS PROGRAM – Informational Presentation regarding the proposed Planning Code Amendment to create the Affordable Housing Bonus Programs, consisting of the Local Affordable Housing Bonus Program.

Thursday, December 3, 5 PM agenda
One South Van Ness Ave. 7th Floor SFMTA Citizen Advisory Council – Citizens request a hearing on the removal Muni wires for Super Bowl party
Looks like this won’t be necessary. They listed to the public and pulled the plug on this one. Got to rev up the public to keep those complaints coming.

Friday, December 4, 10 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 416 Board of Appeals 
Comments can be e-mailed to sustainable.streets@sfmta.com or FAXed to 415-701-4737.

Thursday, December 10, 7-8:30 PM
762 Fulton, African American Art & Culture. District 5 Affordable Housing Bonus Program Community Meeting. You are invited to attend a community meeting about the City’s Affordable Housing Bonus Program, hosted by Supervisor Breed. details

 

October 2015

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Monday, October 26, 1:30 PM
City Hall Room 250, Supervisors Planning and Transportation Committee, Item 2
Subway Master Plan; Item 3 Measurement of Rooftop Appurtenances and Infill Spaces for Noncomplying Structures in C-3 Zoning Districts; 90 day rule: [General Plan – Fifth and Mission Special Use District]; [Planning Code – Affordable Housing Bonus Programs]; [Building Code – Permit Suspension for Repeat Violations]; Affordable Housing in Public Zoning Districts; [Various Codes – Code Enforcement Procedures] Sponsor: Wiener Ordinance amending the Building, Housing, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire, Health, Planning, and Administrative Codes to clarify and standardize enforcement procedures for violations of Municipal Codes relating to buildings and property, to require departments to report on code enforcement activities, and to direct the City Administrator to coordinate the preparation of standard Citywide forms for code enforcement proceedings; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.

Monday, October 26, 5:30 – 7:30 PM
City Hall, North Light Court Public event on the Affordable Housing Project. No public discussion. One on one with the city staff. For more info: http://sf-planning.org/AHBP

Tuesday, October 27, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting; item 7. 150871  [Planning Code – Technical Amendments and Corrections] Sponsor: Mayor Ordinance amending the Planning Code to correct errors, reenact previously-existing language that was repealed in error as part of the Article 2 Reorganization Ordinance, update the Code; Item 21. 150972 the proposed 24th Street Special Use District; Item 22, Housing Balance Report
Thursday, October 29, 11AM
26th and S. Van Ness Protest against Lennar luxury condos in the Mission.

Thursday, October 29, 12 PM – October 29, 2015 – Hearing Cancellation Notice
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Meeting  WAS ON AGENDA2013.0735TZ:  Department-Sponsored Amendments to the Zoning Map and Planning Code to Establish the Japantown Neighborhood Commercial District. 2012.1398X: 1601 MARIPOSA STREET, bounded by Mariposa Street, 18th Street, Carolina Street, and Arkansas Street; Lots 001B and 004 in Assessor’s Block 4005 and Lots 010, 006, 019 and 020 in Assessor’s Block 4006 – Request for a Large Project Authorization (LPA) 2013.1690X: 1075 MARKET STREET, south side between 6th and 7th Streets, Lot 062 in Assessor’s Block 3703: Request for Downtown Project Authorization and CU. 2014.1315OFA: 135 Townsend Street, located on the south side of Townsend Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets, Lot 022 in Assessor’s Block 3794 – Request for an Office Development Authorization.

Friday, October 30, 10 AM Public hearing
City Hall, Room 416, 22 Fillmore Transit Priority Project references  If this goes through it will be impossible to access or exit the 16th St Safeway parking lot entrance. You may still be able to get to the lot via Bryant or Potrero, but it will probably be too difficult to deal with. Good luck.