File #: 200236    Version: 1 Name: Petitions and Communications
Type: Communication Status: Filed
Introduced: 2/24/2020 In control: Clerk of the Board
On agenda: 3/3/2020 Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Petitions and Communications received from February 17, 2020, through February 24, 2020, for reference by the President to Committee considering related matters, or to be ordered filed by the Clerk on March 3, 2020. 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 the Contract Monitoring Division of the City Administrator’s Office, pursuant to Administrative Code, Chapter 14B.15(A), submitting the Local Business Enterprise (LBE) Participation Quarterly Report for Quarter 1, Fiscal Year 2019-2020. Copy: Each Supervisor. (1) From Christina Tom, regarding safety in Cow Hollow. Copy: Each Supervisor. (2) From concerned citizens, regarding housing, homelessness, and up zoning. Copy: Each Supervisor. 2 letters. (3) From concerned citizens, regarding Police staffing levels. 6 letters. File No. 200036. Copy: Each Supervisor. (4) From Beatriz Kajt, regarding the torture and illegal dog and cat meat trade in Seoul, South Korea. Copy: Each Supervisor. (5) From Junko Shimizu, regarding current parking laws in San Francisco. Copy: Each Supervisor. (6) From Jay Cabalquinto, regarding proposal to move the Flower Mart to Potrero Hill. Copy: Each Supervisor. (7) From Katherine Howard, Co-Chair Friends of the Music Concourse, regarding proposed additions to lighting and sound systems for the Bandshell in the Music Concourse. Copy: Each Supervisor. (8) From Aaron Goodman, regarding the cleanliness on some of the Muni busses. Copy: Each Supervisor. (9) From Anonymous, regarding a request to require all San Francisco public records to be retained for at least two years. 2 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (10) From Aaron Goodman, regarding adjusting the curve of carbon impacts globally and locally. Copy: Each Supervisor. (11) From the Office of the Mayor, pursuant to Charter, Section 3.100(13), and Administrative Code, Chapter 7, submitting a proclamation declaring the existence of a local emergency, in preparation for a potential ensuing emergency in connection to COVID-19, and to qualify for State and Federal relief. Copy: Each Supervisor. (12)
Attachments: 1. Board Pkt 030320
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