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File #: 201144    Version: 1 Name: Petitions and Communications
Type: Communication Status: Filed
Introduced: 10/1/2020 In control: Clerk of the Board
On agenda: Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Petitions and Communications received from September 24, 2020, through October 1, 2020, for reference by the President to Committee considering related matters, or to be ordered filed by the Clerk on October 6, 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 Office of the Mayor, submitting the Twenty-Fifth, Twenty-Sixth, Twenty-Seventh, Twenty-Eighth and Twenty-Ninth Supplements to the Mayoral Proclamation Declaring the Existence of a Local Emergency, dated February 25, 2020. Copy: Each Supervisor (1) From the Department of Public Health, submitting Order of the Health Officer No. C19-07j; Directive of the Health Officer Nos. 2020-16c, 2020-19c, 2020-22c, 2020-29b and 2020-34; and other supporting materials. Copy: Each Supervisor (2) From the City Administrator, pursuant to the Administrative Code, Chapter 14B315(A), submitting the local Business Enterprise Participation Report for FY 2019-2020. Copy: Each Supervisor (3) From the Recreation and Parks Department, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 10.100-305, submitting they Annual Report on Gifts up to $10,000 received by the Department during the last fiscal year. Copy: Each Supervisor (4) From the Youth Commission, submitting four actions from the September 28, 2020. Copy: Each Supervisor (5) From the Recreation and Parks Department, pursuant to Park Code, Section 12.46(d), submitting the Annual Report for the San Francisco Botanical Garden for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. Copy: Each Supervisor (6) From the District Attorney’s Office, pursuant to Ordinance No. 80-20, submitting the Final Report on County Jail #4 Closure. Copy: Each Supervisor (7) From the Public Defender, submitting their letter to the Police Commission regarding accelerated Police reform. Copy: Each Supervisor (8) From the City Administrator, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 122.1(c)(2) and California Government Code, Sections 70341, et seq., submitting notice that the County of San Francisco’s Jail #4 has closed permanently. Copy: Each Supervisor (9) From the San Francisco Civil Grand Jury, submitting three reports: Sustain Our City’s High Performing Moscone Convention Center, Strengthen Our Behavioral Health Services, and Recycling Reality Check: What Actually Happens to Things We Put in Our Blue Recycling Bins? Copy: Each Supervisor (10) From California Fish and Game, submitting a notice of proposed regulatory action relative to amending California Code of Regulations Title 14, Sections 29.80, 29.85 and 701, relating to recreation Crab Trap Fishery Marine Life Protection Measures. Copy: Each Supervisor (11) From California Fish and Game, submitting a Notice of Change of Date of Adoption Hearing for Simplification of Statewide Inland Sport Fishing regulations. Copy: Each Supervisor (12) From the Black Employee Alliance, regarding corruption at the Department of Human Resources’ Equal Opportunity Employment division. 6 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (13) From the Black and African American Affinity Group, regarding anti-Black racism surfacing through disciplinary actions at MTA. Copy: Each Supervisor (14) From Solutions Not Sandbags San Francisco, regarding the proposed Mayoral Appointment, Public Utilities Commission - Ed Harrington. File No. 201041. Copy: Each Supervisor (15) From concerned citizens, regarding proposed Resolution Condemning Antisemitic and Homophobic Attacks on Senator Scott Wiener. File No. 201072. 2 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (16) From concerned citizens, regarding the proposed Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for Departments - FYs 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 and the proposed Annual Salary Ordinance - FYs 2020-2021 and 2021-2022. File Nos. 200567 and 200568. 12 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (17) From Barney Popkin, regarding homelessness and decay at Shotwell and 21st Street. Copy: Each Supervisor (18) From Black Firefighters Association, regarding endorsements for Deputy Chief of Operations. Copy: Each Supervisor (19) From concerned citizens, regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. 5 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (20) From concerned citizens, regarding proposed Resolution Supporting California State Proposition 17 - Free the Vote - November 3, 2020, Ballot. File No. 201097. 2 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (21) From No New Jails Coalition, regarding electronic monitoring. Copy: Each Supervisor (22) From concerned citizens, regarding a City employee involved in fraudulent conduct at the Department of Human Resources. 4 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (23) From concerned citizens, regarding the Hearing on the Appeal of Determination of Exemption from Environmental Review 1846 Grove Street; and the Hearing on the Appeal of Conditional Use Authorization - 1846 Grove Street. File Nos. 200746 and 200750. 14 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (24) From concerned citizens, regarding the Hearing for Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review - Proposed MTA’s Transportation Recovery Plan: COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Transit Lanes and Bikeways Project; and Hearing - Appeal of Statutory Exemption From Environmental Review - MTA Department Operations Center (DOC) COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Street Changes Program. File Nos. 200903 & 201000. Copy: Each Supervisor (25) From Bill Holmberg, regarding name changes to some of San Francisco’s public schools. Copy: Each Supervisor (26) From concerned citizens, regarding the Hearing for the Appeal of Determination of Exemption from Environmental Review - Proposed 2001-37th Avenue Project; and the Hearing for the Appeal of Conditional Use Authorization - 2001-37th Avenue. File Nos. 200996. Copy: Each Supervisor (27) From concerned citizens, regarding proposed Ordinance - Building Code - Mandating New Construction Be All-Electric. File No. 200701. 2 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (28) From Helene McVanner, regarding looting at the Walgreens located at Van Ness Avenue and Eddy Street. Copy: Each Supervisor (29) From John Goldberg, regarding proposed Resolution for Real Property Lease - Twin Peaks Petroleum, Inc. - 598 Portola Drive - $200,200 Per Year Base Rent. Copy: Each Supervisor (30) From Eileen Boken, submitting communications for various files. File Nos. 201100, 201097, 201095, 201069 and 200611. 5 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (31) From Lilian Stielstra, regarding a lawsuit filed by the City against alleged drug dealers. Copy: Each Supervisor (32) From Anonymous, regarding the City Attorney and his duties as Supervisor of Record regarding Senate Bill 1421 Peace Officers: release of records. Copy: Each Supervisor (33) From Anastasia Glikshtern, regarding the properties located at 148-166 Kensington Way. Copy: Each Supervisor (34) From Natasha Weiss, regarding the Japantown Peace Plaza. Copy: Each Supervisor (35) From Patrick Monette-Shaw, regarding Proposition A on the ballot for the November 3, 2020 election. Copy: Each Supervisor (36) From Bob Planthold, regarding Church Street restaurant closures. Copy: Each Supervisor (37) From Mary Savannah, regarding living conditions at 988 Howard Street. Copy: Each Supervisor (38) From Amber Yang, regarding the proposed Ordinance - Police Code - Discriminatory Reports to Law Enforcement. File No. 200735. Copy: Each Supervisor (39) From Mari Eliza, regarding MTA Appeals continuance. File Nos. 200903, 200987, 201000 and 201024. 2 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor (40) From Kiki Monfia, regarding Juneteenth as a paid holiday for county workers. Copy: Each Supervisor (41) From Xi Wang, regarding the raising of the Chinese flag at City Hall. Copy: Each Supervisor (42) From Emily Abraham, regarding proposed Ordinance - Business and Tax Regulations Code - Temporary Suspension of Cannabis B
Attachments: 1. Board Pkt 100620
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