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Meeting Name: Land Use and Transportation Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/15/2018 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Legislative Chamber, Room 250
Regular Meeting
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180854 3 Summary Street Vacation, New Sidewalks, and Property Transfer - Michigan StreetOrdinancePassedOrdinance ordering the summary street vacation of portions of Michigan Street generally along Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 4110, Lot No. 001, and Block No. 4111, Lot No. 004; establishing new official sidewalks on Michigan Street by amending Ordinance No. 1061, entitled “Regulating the Width of Sidewalks;” accepting a Public Works Order concerning the street vacation and establishment of new sidewalks; authorizing real property transfers and waiving the provisions of Administrative Code, Chapter 23; authorizing official acts in connection with this Ordinance, as defined herein; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; adopting findings that the actions contemplated in this Ordinance are consistent with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
180850 1 Agreements - Connection of City Solar Projects with Pacific Gas and Electric Company - Public Utilities CommissionOrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing the Director of Transportation of the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) and the General Manager of the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to enter into interconnection agreements with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) for a solar power project at MTA’s Field Operations Facility for a term in excess of ten years; authorizing the PUC’s General Manager to enter into an interconnection agreement for Burton High School for a term in excess of ten years; delegating authority to the PUC’s General Manager, the MTA’s Director of Transportation, and the heads of the San Francisco International Airport, Port of San Francisco, Fire Department, Police Department, Department of Public Health, Real Estate Division, and Recreation and Park Department, or their respective designees, to enter into form interconnection agreements for solar projects with PG&E for terms in excess of ten years, subject to specified conditions; and authorizing deviations from certain otherwise applicable contract requirements in the Administrative Code and the Environment Code, as defined herRECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
180801 2 Amending Ordinance No. 1061 - Sidewalk Width Change - Portions of Beale Street, Howard Street, Main Street, and Mission StreetOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending Ordinance No. 1061, entitled “Regulating the Width of Sidewalks,” to change the official sidewalk width of certain locations fronting Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3718, along the northeasterly side of Beale Street between Mission and Howard Streets, the northwesterly side of Howard Street between Main and Beale Streets, the southwesterly side of Main Street between Howard and Mission Streets, and the southeasterly side of Mission Street between Beale and Main Streets, and to eliminate and reduce portions of the official sidewalk fronting Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3718, Lot Nos. 038 and 039; adopting 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.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
180858 1 Resolution of Intent to Vacate Various Streets - Sunnydale HOPE SF ProjectResolutionPassedResolution declaring the intention of the Board of Supervisors to order the vacation of streets and easements in the Sunnydale HOPE SF Project site, generally bounded by Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 6220 on the north, Velasco Avenue and Assessor’s Parcel Block Nos. 6332 and 6331 on the south, Assessor’s Parcel Block Nos. 6220 and 6316 on the west, and Hahn Street on the east, as part of Sunnydale HOPE SF Project, subject to certain conditions; and setting a hearing date for the Board of Supervisors to sit as a Committee of the Whole on January 15, 2019, for all persons interested in the proposed vacation of said public right-of-way and easements.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Video Video
180858 2 Resolution of Intent to Vacate Various Streets - Sunnydale HOPE SF ProjectResolutionPassedResolution declaring the intention of the Board of Supervisors to order the vacation of streets and easements in the Sunnydale HOPE SF Project site, generally bounded by Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 6220 on the north, Velasco Avenue and Assessor’s Parcel Block Nos. 6332 and 6331 on the south, Assessor’s Parcel Block Nos. 6220 and 6316 on the west, and Hahn Street on the east, as part of Sunnydale HOPE SF Project, subject to certain conditions; and setting a hearing date for the Board of Supervisors to sit as a Committee of the Whole on January 15, 2019, for all persons interested in the proposed vacation of said public right-of-way and easements.RECOMMENDED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
180860 1 Street Vacation for Various Streets - Sunnydale HOPE SF ProjectOrdinanceFirst ReadingOrdinance ordering the vacation of streets and certain easements in the Sunnydale HOPE SF Project site, generally bounded by Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 6220 on the north, Velasco Avenue and Assessor’s Parcel Block Nos. 6332 and 6331 on the south, Assessor’s Parcel Block Nos. 6220 and 6316 on the west, and Hahn Street on the east, and including Sunnydale Avenue, Blythdale Avenue, Brookdale Avenue, and Santos Street, as part of the Sunnydale HOPE SF Project; reserving various easement rights in favor of the City and private property owners; authorizing the City to quitclaim its interest in the vacation areas to the Housing Authority; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; adopting findings that the actions contemplated in this Ordinance are consistent with the General Plan, and eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and authorizing official acts in connection with this Ordinance, as defined herein, including transmittal of the Ordinance by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to the Public Works Director forAMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Video Video
180860 2 Street Vacation for Various Streets - Sunnydale HOPE SF ProjectOrdinanceFirst ReadingOrdinance ordering the vacation of streets and certain easements in the Sunnydale HOPE SF Project site, generally bounded by Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 6220 on the north, Velasco Avenue and Assessor’s Parcel Block Nos. 6332 and 6331 on the south, Assessor’s Parcel Block Nos. 6220 and 6316 on the west, and Hahn Street on the east, and including Sunnydale Avenue, Blythdale Avenue, Brookdale Avenue, and Santos Street, as part of the Sunnydale HOPE SF Project; reserving various easement rights in favor of the City and private property owners; authorizing the City to quitclaim its interest in the vacation areas to the Housing Authority; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; adopting findings that the actions contemplated in this Ordinance are consistent with the General Plan, and eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and authorizing official acts in connection with this Ordinance, as defined herein, including transmittal of the Ordinance by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to the Public Works Director forRECOMMENDED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
180757 1 Health Code - Massage Practitioner and Business PermitsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Health Code to comprehensively revise the regulation of massage practitioners, massage establishments, massage outcall services, and sole practitioner massage establishments by, among other things: 1) authorizing the Director of Health (“Director”) to access local, state, and federal criminal history information of permit applicants and permit holders; 2) eliminating temporary massage practitioner permits; 3) clarifying the administrative process by which permit applicants and permit holders may appeal a decision to deny, suspend, or revoke a permit; 4) adding or revising massage establishment operating standards relating to vermin, employee areas, locked doors, residential use, and advertising; 5) prohibiting a massage business from operating a massage school on the same premises as a massage establishment; 6) establishing a massage establishment reinspection fee of $191 per hour; 7) updating administrative and permit penalties; 8) authorizing the imposition of a lien on a property that has contributed to a violation of Article 29 of the Health Code (“Article AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Video Video
180757 2 Health Code - Massage Practitioner and Business PermitsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Health Code to comprehensively revise the regulation of massage practitioners, massage establishments, massage outcall services, and sole practitioner massage establishments by, among other things: 1) authorizing the Director of Health (“Director”) to access local, state, and federal criminal history information of permit applicants and permit holders; 2) eliminating temporary massage practitioner permits; 3) clarifying the administrative process by which permit applicants and permit holders may appeal a decision to deny, suspend, or revoke a permit; 4) adding or revising massage establishment operating standards relating to vermin, employee areas, locked doors, residential use, and advertising; 5) prohibiting a massage business from operating a massage school on the same premises as a massage establishment; 6) establishing a massage establishment reinspection fee of $191 per hour; 7) updating administrative and permit penalties; 8) authorizing the imposition of a lien on a property that has contributed to a violation of Article 29 of the Health Code (“Article RECOMMENDED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
180861 1 Planning Code - Fire-Damaged Liquor Stores in North Beach Neighborhood Commercial DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to provide that temporary closure of a liquor store in the North Beach Neighborhood Commercial District (NCD) as a result of a fire is not an abandonment of such use, and that relocation of such use to another location in the North Beach NCD does not require a new Conditional Use permit; 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, and findings of public necessity, convenience, and welfare under Planning Code, Section 302.RECOMMENDED AS COMMITTEE REPORTPass Action details Video Video
180946 1 Urging BART to Add a Bus Node at 24th Street BART Station During Seismic WorkResolutionPassedResolution urging Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to add a bus node at the 24th Street BART station in San Francisco during the Transbay Tube seismic retrofit.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLEPass Action details Video Video
180946 2 Urging BART to Add a Bus Node at 24th Street BART Station During Seismic WorkResolutionPassedResolution urging Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to add a bus node at the 24th Street BART station in San Francisco during the Transbay Tube seismic retrofit.RECOMMENDED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
180490 1 General Plan Amendments - Central South of Market Area PlanOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the General Plan by adding the Central South of Market (SoMa) Area Plan, generally bounded on its western portion by Sixth Street, on its eastern portion by Second Street, on its northern portion by the border of the Downtown Plan Area, and on its southern portion by Townsend Street; making conforming amendments to the Commerce and Industry Element, the Housing Element, the Urban Design Element, the Land Use Index, and the East SoMa and West SoMa Area Plans; and making environmental findings, including adopting a statement of overriding considerations, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
180185 4 Planning Code, Zoning Map - Central South of Market Special Use DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Zoning Map of the Planning Code to create the Central South of Market (SoMa) Special Use District and make other amendments to the Height and Bulk District Maps and Zoning Use District Maps consistent with the Central SoMa Area Plan, encompassing an area generally bounded on its western portion by Sixth Street, on its eastern portion by Second Street, on its northern portion by the border of the Downtown Plan Area (an irregular border that generally jogs along Folsom, Howard and Stevenson Streets), and on its southern portion by Townsend Street; 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.CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
180453 2 Business and Tax Regulations, Planning Codes - Central South of Market Housing Sustainability DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Business and Tax Regulations and Planning Codes to create the Central South of Market Housing Sustainability District (encompassing an area generally bounded on its western portion by Sixth Street, on its eastern portion by Second Street, on its northern portion by the border of the Downtown Plan Area (an irregular border that generally tracks Folsom, Howard, or Stevenson Streets), and on its southern portion by Townsend Street) to provide a streamlined and ministerial approval process for certain housing projects within the District meeting specific labor, on-site affordability, and other requirements; creating an expedited Board of Appeals process for appeals of projects within the District; and making approval findings under the California Environmental Quality Act, findings of public convenience, necessity, and welfare under Planning Code, Section 302, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
180184 5 Administrative, Planning Codes - Central South of Market Area PlanOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative and Planning Codes to give effect to the Central South of Market Area Plan, encompassing an area generally bounded on its western portion by Sixth Street, on its eastern portion by Second Street, on its northern portion by the border of the Downtown Plan Area (an irregular border that generally jogs along Folsom, Howard and Stevenson Streets), and on its southern portion by Townsend Street; making approval findings under the California Environmental Quality Act, including adopting a statement of overriding considerations; and making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1, and findings of public necessity, convenience, and welfare under Planning Code, Section 302.CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
180612 1 Administrative Code - San Francisco Special Tax Financing Law - Central SoMaOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code Special Tax Financing Law, constituting Article 43.10, to authorize special tax financing of certain facilities and services related to the Central SoMa Plan Area and to make other necessary amendments.CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
180399 1 Hearing - Hunters Point Shipyard Clean-UpHearingPending Committee ActionHearing on the clean-up timeline and disputes between federal regulators and the United States Navy on the percentage of Parcel G to be retested and the methodology for retesting soil at Hunters Point Shipyard; and requesting the Department of Public Health, Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, California Department of Toxic Substances Control, United States Navy, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency to report.CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIRPass Action details Video Video