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File #: 220318    Version: 1 Name: Petitions and Communications
Type: Communication Status: Filed
Introduced: 3/28/2022 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/5/2022 Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Petitions and Communications received from March 17, 2022, through March 31, 2022, for reference by the President to Committee considering related matters, or to be ordered filed by the Clerk on April 5, 2022. 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 a termination of orders issued under Proclamation of Local Emergency. Copy: Each Supervisor. (1) From the Office of the Mayor, submitting the Forty-Sixth Supplement to the Mayoral Proclamation Declaring the Existence of a Local Emergency regarding COVID-19. Copy: Each Supervisor. (2) From the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, submitting a response to a letter of inquiry submitted on February 8, 2022, by Supervisor Gordon Mar. Copy: Each Supervisor. (3) From the San Francisco Police Department, submitting a response to a letter of inquiry submitted on February 15, 2022, by Supervisor Hillary Ronen. Copy: Each Supervisor. (4) From the Recreation and Park Department, pursuant to Resolution No. 10-18, the Annual Report on Cash and In-Kind Grants received from the San Francisco Parks Alliance for Let’sPlaySF!. Copy: Each Supervisor. (5) From the City Administrator, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 12Y, submitting the 2022 Slavery Disclosure Report. Copy: Each Supervisor. (6) From the California Fish and Game Commission, submitting a notice of proposed regulations to implement the Pink (Ocean) Shrimp Fishery Management Plan; a notice of proposed changes in regulations concerning Central Valley sport fishing; and a notice of proposed changes in regulations concerning Klamath River Basin sport fishing. Copy: Each Supervisor. (7) From the California Public Utilities Commission, submitting a notice of projects from Verizon Wireless. Copy: Each Supervisor. (8) From Pacific Gas and Electric Company, submitting a revised notice of its request to increase rates for its 2023 General Rate Case Application (A.21-06-021). Copy: Each Supervisor. (9) From Don Staley, regarding various topics. Copy: Each Supervisor. (10) From Ellen Lee Zhou, regarding COVID-19 mandates and protocols. Copy: Each Supervisor. (11) From Joseph Mah, regarding an Ordinance lifting suspension of issuance of certain violations, and reinstating collection of certain fees and fines. File No. 211151. Copy: Each Supervisor. (12) From Mary Miles, regarding a Motion on the Mayoral Reappointment of Gwyneth Borden to the Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors. File No. 220226. Copy: Each Supervisor. (13) From concerned citizens, regarding a Resolution denouncing anti-Asian and Pacific Islander rhetoric. 3 Letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (14) From concerned citizens, regarding an Ordinance designating Trocadero Clubhouse as a Landmark. File No. 211219. 2 Letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (15) From Debby Lu, regarding the San Francisco Unified School District Budget. Copy: Each Supervisor. (16) From Mary Kate Bacalao, regarding a Hearing on housing access for Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Pregnant Women and Persons, and Families with Young Children. File No. 220223. Copy: Each Supervisor. (17) From Amy Hull, regarding conditions on 8th Street. Copy: Each Supervisor. (18) From Jordan Davis, regarding mask mandates. Copy: Each Supervisor. (19) From Shannon Dodge, regarding a Treasure Island toll proposal. Copy: Each Supervisor. (20) From Al Cheng, regarding San Francisco safety and cleanliness. Copy: Each Supervisor. (21) From Jennifer Friedenbach, regarding an Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to establish the Shelter Grievance Advisory Committee. File No. 220090. Copy: Each Supervisor. (22) From Remi Tan, regarding vacant affordable housing. Copy: Each Supervisor. (23) From Benjamin Holl, regarding car break-ins. Copy: Each Supervisor. (24) From the Race & Equity in Planning Coalition, regarding the Housing Element 2022. Copy: Each Supervisor. (25) From Lori Tyler, regarding a Resolution urging the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to reach a Voluntary Agreement regarding the Bay-Delta Plan. File No. 210577. Copy: Each Supervisor. (26) From John Crew, regarding a Committee of the Whole Hearing on an update on findings and recommendations regarding law enforcement practices. File No. 200777. Copy: Each Supervisor. (27) From Eduardo Morales, regarding funding of AGUILAS in Fiscal Year 2021-2022. Copy: Each Supervisor. (28) From Kathy Amendola, regarding conditions in the Castro. Copy: Each Supervisor. (29) From a concerned citizen, regarding homelessness. Copy: Each Supervisor. (30) From Justin Kran, regarding dog access at Victoria Manalo Draves Park. Copy: Each Supervisor. (31) From a concerned citizen, regarding various topics. Copy: Each Supervisor. (32) From William Green, regarding a request to change his race. Copy: Each Supervisor. (33) From concerned citizens, regarding Municipal Bike Share. File No. 220113. 2 Letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (34) From concerned citizens, regarding the Great Highway. 21 Letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (35) From concerned citizens, regarding funding for the San Francisco Neighborhood Emergency Response Team. 20 Letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (36) From concerned citizens, regarding a cannabis dispensary at 18th Avenue and Taraval. 5 Letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (37) From concerned citizens, regarding John F. Kennedy Drive. 329 Letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (38) From concerned citizens, regarding a Resolution imposing Interim Zoning Controls for Parcel Delivery Service uses. File No. 220159. 4 Letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (39)
Attachments: 1. Board Pkt 040522
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