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File #: 180678    Version: 1 Name: Petitions and Communications
Type: Communication Status: Filed
Introduced: 8/24/2018 In control: Clerk of the Board
On agenda: 9/4/2018 Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Petitions and Communications received from July 30, 2018, through August 24, 2018, for reference by the President to Committee considering related matters, or to be ordered filed by the Clerk on September 4, 2018. Personal information that is provided in communications to the Board of Supervisors is subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act and the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance. Personal information will not be redacted. From Clerk of the Board submitting, pursuant to Sunshine Ordinance 67.24(e), report on Sole Source Contracts received FY 2017-2018. Copy: Each Supervisor. (1) From Clerk of the Board, reporting the following agencies have submitted a 2018 Local Agency Biennial Conflict of Interest Code Review Report: Copy: Each Supervisor. (2) Aging And Adult Services, Department Of Airport Commission Appeals, Board Of Asian Art Museum Art Commission Assessor-Recorder Board Of Supervisors Building Inspection, Department Of Child Support Services, Department Of Children And Families First Commission Children, Youth And Their Families, Department Of Citizen's General Obligation Bond Oversight Committee Civil Grand Jury (Superior Court) Civil Service Commission Community College District Controller District Attorney Economic And Workforce Development, Department Of Elections, Department Of Emergency Management, Department Of Environment, Department Of The Ethics Commission Film And Video Arts Commission Finance Corporation Fine Arts Museums Fire Department General Services Agency-City Administrator General Services Agency-Public Works, Department Of General Services Agency-Technology, Department Of Golden Gate Park Concourse Authority Health Authority Health Service System Retiree Health Care Trust Fund Historic Preservation Commission - (w/ Planning Department) Homelessness And Supportive Housing Housing Authority Human Resources, Department Of Human Rights Commission Human Services Commission Juvenile Probation Department Law Library Library, Public Local Agency Formation Commission Mayor's Office Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Parking Authority - (w/ MTA) Planning Department Police Department Port Commission Produce Market Corporation Public Defender Public Health, Department Of Public Utilities Commission Recreation And Park Department Remote Access Network Board Residential Rent Stabilization And Arbitration Board Retirement System Sheriff San Francisco Unified School District Small Business, Office Of Sunshine Ordinance Task Force Transportation Authority, San Francisco County Treasure Island Development Authority Treasurer-Tax Collector War Memorial Women, Commission On The Status Of From Various City Departments, regarding the 2018-19 and 2019-20 adopted budget. (3) From the Office of the Mayor, pursuant to Charter, Section 3.100(18), making the following appointment and reappointment. Copy: Each Supervisor. (4) · Appointing Karen Clopton - Human Rights Commission - term ending August 1, 2022. · Reappointing Larry Mazzola - Airport Commission - term ending August 31, 2022. From the Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector, submitting a CCSF Monthly Pooled Investment Report for July 2018. Copy: Each Supervisor. (5) From the Department of the Environment, pursuant to Ordinance No. 204-17, submitting an amended report on SF Antibiotic Use in Food Animals Ordinance of 2017. Copy: Each Supervisor. (6) From the Department of Public Health, pursuant to the California Health and Safety Code, Section 459, submitting the 2018 Title XV annual report for each of the San Francisco jails and detention facilities. (7) From the Office of the Mayor, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 5.9, submitting State Legislation Committee approved bill positions from the August 8, 2018 meeting. Copy: Each Supervisor. (8) From the Office of the Controller’s City Services Auditor, submitting a report on its audit to assess whether the City effectively manages the life cycle of its fleet. Copy: Each Supervisor. (9) From the Office of the Controller’s City Services Auditor, submitting a report on its audit of San Francisco 311. Copy: Each Supervisor. (10) From the Office of the Controller’s City Services Auditor, submitting a report on its assessment of ten organizations’ compliance with the San Francisco Administrative Code, Chapter 12G. Copy: Each Supervisor. (11) From the Office of the Controller’s City Services Auditor, submitting an annual work plan for FY2018-19. Copy: Each Supervisor. (12) From the Office of the Controller’s City Services Auditor, submitting a memorandum analyzing the proposal to move the Adult Probation headquarters to 945 Bryant Street and evaluate whether the Police Department’s Investigation Bureau or the Sheriff Department’s Prisoner Legal Services could share the location. Copy: Each Supervisor. (13) From the San Francisco Police Department, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 96A, submitting a 2018 Second Quarter report. Copy: Each Supervisor. (14) From the San Francisco Police Department, pursuant to Resolution 399-17, submitting the Property Crime Report. Copy: Each Supervisor. (15) From the Office of the Mayor, pursuant to California Government Code, Sections 8550 et seq., Charter, Section 3.100(14), and Administrative Code, Section 7, submitting a Second Declaration of Emergency for the town of Moccasin in Tuolumne County due to flooding. Copy: Each Supervisor. Copy: Each Supervisor. (16) From the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, submitting an Administrative Code, Chapter 12B, Waiver Request. Copy: Each Supervisor. (17) From the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, submitting a letter regarding Single-Use Food Ware Ordinance. File 180519. Copy Each Supervisor. (18) From California Pacific, Gas and Electric, submitting notice of a request to increase rates for electric transportation projects in school sand state parks. Copy: Each Supervisor. (19) From California Fish and Game, submitting Notice of Receipt of Petition to list Upper Klamath-Trinity River spring Chinook salmon as endangered and a Notice of Final Consideration of Petition to list Humboldt Marten as a threatened or endangered species under the California Endangered Species Act. Copy: Each Supervisor. (20) From the Department of Park and Recreation Office of Historic Preservation, pursuant to Public Resources Code, Section 4851(a)(2), submitting notice that the Coit Memorial Tower was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, this property has also been listed in the California Register of Historical Resources. Copy: Each Supervisor. (21) From Darwin Richards, regarding the National Campaign for Elected Officials Report Card Review. Copy: Each Supervisor. (22) From Eva Guo, regarding trauma and addiction. Copy: Each Supervisor. (23) From Nelu Mihai, regarding the proposed project at 430 Main/429 Beale Street. File 180697. Copy: Each Supervisor. (24) From Lilian Tsi, regarding electric scooters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (25) From Loranna Kenny, regarding fire prevention and repair. Copy: Each Supervisor. (26) From Randy Hause, regarding his trip to San Francisco. Copy: Each Supervisor. (27) From Terry Chong, regarding GUMP filing for bankruptcy and vacancy tax. 2 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (28) From concerned citizens, regarding homelessness. Copy: Each Supervisor. (29) From concerned citizens, regarding the proposed legislation to ban straws in San Francisco. File No 180519. 5 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (30) From Donna Williams, regarding needles. Copy: Each Supervisor. (32) From Julie D. Soo, regarding Steven Lee’s reappointment to the Entertainment Commission. File No. 180619. Copy: Each Supervisor. (33) From Ian Townsager, regarding Proposition 10. Copy: Each Supervisor. (34) From Patrick Monette-Shaw, regarding Multifa
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