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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/23/2018 2:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Legislative Chamber, Room 250 City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place San Francisco, CA 94102-4689
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180933 1 Accept and Expend Grant and Amend the Annual Salary Ordinance - Laura and John Arnold Foundation - Financial Justice Project - FY2018-2019 - $415,597OrdinancePassedOrdinance retroactively authorizing the Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector to accept and expend a grant in the amount of $415,597 from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation for the Financial Justice Project; and amending Ordinance No. 182-18 (Annual Salary Ordinance FY2018-2019) to provide for the creation of one grant funded position.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180818 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Suzanne Montes - $575,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Suzanne Montes against the City and County of San Francisco for $575,000; the lawsuit was filed on May 23, 2017, in the United States District Court, Case No. 3:17-CV-02928-JSC; entitled Suzanne Montes v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; the lawsuit involves an employment dispute; other material terms of the settlement are restoring 384 hours of sick leave with pay and 240 hours of vacation to plaintiff.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180720 1 Planning Code - Landmark Designation - 228-248 Townsend Street (aka New Pullman Hotel)OrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to designate 228-248 Townsend Street (aka New Pullman Hotel), Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3787, Lot No. 018, as a Landmark under Article 10 of the Planning Code; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making public necessity, convenience, and welfare findings under Planning Code, Section 302, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180721 1 Planning Code - Landmark Designation - 457 Bryant Street (aka Piledrivers, Bridge, and Structural Ironworkers Local No. 77 Union Hall)OrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to designate 457 Bryant Street (aka Piledrivers, Bridge, and Structural Ironworkers Local No. 77 Union Hall), Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3775, Lot No. 085, as a Landmark under Article 10 of the Planning Code; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making public necessity, convenience, and welfare findings under Planning Code, Section 302, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180722 1 Planning Code - Landmark Designation - 500-504-4th Street (aka Hotel Utah)OrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to designate 500-504-4th Street (Hotel Utah), Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3777, Lot No. 001, as a Landmark under Article 10 of the Planning Code; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making public necessity, convenience, and welfare findings under Planning Code, Section 302, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180723 1 Planning Code - Clyde and Crooks Warehouse Historic DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to add a new Appendix O to Article 10, Preservation of Historical, Architectural, and Aesthetic Landmarks, to create the Clyde and Crooks Warehouse Historic District, encompassing an area generally bounded by Brannan Street to the north, Third Street to the east, Townsend Street to the south, and Lusk Street to the West; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making public necessity, convenience, and welfare findings under Planning Code, Section 302, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180724 1 Planning Code - Mint-Mission Conservation DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to add a new Appendix K to Article 11, Preservation of Buildings and Districts of Architectural, Historical, and Aesthetic Importance in the C-3 (Downtown Commercial) Districts, to create the Mint-Mission Conservation District, which includes certain properties in the area bounded by Fifth Street, Stevenson Street, Minna Street, and Sixth Street, specifically Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3704, Lot Nos. 003, 010, 012, 013, 015, 017, 018, 019, 020, 021, 022, 024, 028, 029, 034, 035, 059, 079, 113, and 144, and Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3725, Lot Nos. 087 and 088, and designates contributory and significant buildings within that District; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making public necessity, convenience, and welfare findings under Planning Code, Section 302, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180725 1 Planning Code - Designation of Various Properties as Significant and Contributory in the C-3 District Based on Architectural, Historic and Aesthetic ValueOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to change the designation of these properties located in the C-3 (Downtown Commercial) District from no rating to Category 1 (Significant) pursuant to Article 11 of the Planning Code, based on architectural, historic, and aesthetic value: 360-4th Street (aka Southern Police Station), 539 Bryant Street (aka Shreve and Company Factory), 340-350 Townsend Street (aka Paul Wood Warehouse), 601-4th Street (aka Heubline Wine Distribution Warehouse), and 500-504-4th Street (aka Hotel Utah); to change the designation of these properties located in the C-3 District from no rating to Category III (Contributory) pursuant to Article 11 of the Planning Code, based on architectural, historic and aesthetic value: 104-106 South Park Street (aka Omiya Hotel/Gran Oriente Filipino), 117-125-6th Street (aka The Rose Hotel), 135-6th Street/495 Minna Street (aka Sunnyside Hotel), 139-149-6th Street (aka Mint Hotel), 157-161-6th Street (aka Sunset Hotel), 169-183-6th Street (aka Adler Hotel), 194-198-5th Street (aka Hotel George), 224 Townsend Street (aka Worthington ComFINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180726 1 Planning Code - Amending Kearny-Market-Mason-Sutter Conservation District and Article 11 Designation of 55-5th StreetOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to amend Appendix E to Article 11, Preservation of Buildings and Districts of Architectural, Historical, and Aesthetic Importance in the C-3 (Downtown Commercial) Districts to expand the boundaries of the Kearny-Market-Mason-Sutter Conservation District and to designate 55-5th Street as a Contributory Building-Category IV; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making public necessity, convenience, and welfare findings under Planning Code, Section 302, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.FINALLY PASSEDPass 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.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180977 2 Appointments, Eastern Neighborhoods Citizens Advisory Committee - Kevin Ortiz and C. Heather PhillipsMotionPassedMotion appointing Kevin Ortiz and C. Heather Phillips, terms ending October 19, 2019, to the Eastern Neighborhoods Citizens Advisory Committee.APPROVEDPass Action details Not available
180772 2 Creating Infrastructure and Revitalization Financing District No. 2 (Hoedown Yard, Pier 70) - Adopting an Infrastructure Financing PlanOrdinancePassedOrdinance creating City and County of San Francisco Infrastructure and Revitalization Financing District No. 2 (Hoedown Yard, Pier 70); affirming the Planning Department’s determination and making findings under the California Environmental Quality Act; and approving other matters in connection therewith.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180816 2 General Plan - India Basin Mixed-Use ProjectOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the General Plan to revise the Bayview Hunters Point Area Plan, and the Urban Design, Commerce and Industry, and Recreation and Open Space Elements, to reflect the India Basin Mixed-Use Project; adopting findings under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making findings under Planning Code, Section 340, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180680 3 Planning Code, Zoning Map - India Basin Special Use DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to establish the India Basin Special Use District, located generally at Innes Avenue between Griffith Street and Earl Street, along the India Basin shoreline, in the south-east part of San Francisco; amending the Planning Code by amending the Zoning Map to change zoning designations, height districts, and add the India Basin Special Use District; and making findings under the California Environmental Quality Act, 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.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180681 3 Development Agreement - India Basin Investment LLC - India Basin Project - Innes Avenue at Griffith StreetOrdinancePassedOrdinance approving a Development Agreement between the City and County of San Francisco and India Basin Investment LLC, a California limited liability company, for the India Basin Project at the approximately 28-acre site located at Innes Avenue between Griffith Street and Earl Street, with various public benefits, including 25% affordable housing and 11 acres of parks and open space; making findings under the California Environmental Quality Act and findings of conformity with the General Plan, and with the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1(b); approving a Public Trust Exchange Agreement, making public trust findings, and authorizing the transfer and acceptance of real property and the recording of a land use covenant consistent with the Public Trust Exchange Agreement; approving specific development impact fees and waiving any conflicting provision in Planning Code, Article 4, or Administrative Code, Article 10; confirming compliance with or waiving certain provisions of Administrative Code, Chapters 14B, 23, 56, and 82, and Subdivision Code, Section 1348; anFINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
171171 1 Administrative Code - Shelter Monitoring Committee - Composition of Membership, Powers and Duties, and Sunset DateOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to change the qualifications for members of the Shelter Monitoring Committee, create staggered terms for members, establish a sunset date for the Committee, and to allow shelters that contract with the City to provide clients with clean blankets if clean sheets are unavailable.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180002 2 Various Codes - Nonsubstantive Clean-Up OrdinanceOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative, Business and Tax Regulations, Environment, Fire, Health, Police, and Transportation Codes to make nonsubstantive changes.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
180800 3 Administrative Code - Cannabis Oversight CommitteeOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to establish the Cannabis Oversight Committee to advise the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor regarding the implementation and enforcement of City laws and regulations relating to cannabis; and to require the Director of the Office of Cannabis to report information to the Committee regarding the growth of the cannabis industry in the City.FINALLY PASSEDPass 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 CONTINUED ON FIRST READINGPass 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.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass 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 herPASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
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.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass 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.ADOPTEDPass 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.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
180756 2 Various Codes - Authority to Require New or Upgraded Fire Safety Systems in Multi-Unit Residential Buildings with Recurring or Continuing Fire HazardsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Building, Housing, Fire, and Administrative Codes to authorize the Building and Fire Departments to require the installation of a new fire safety system or the improvement or upgrade of an existing system to current code requirements in a residential building of three or more dwelling units to remedy recurring or continuing fire hazards that substantially endanger the health and safety of the residents or the general public; amending the Rent Ordinance to prohibit landlords from increasing rents to cover the costs of compliance; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; making findings under the California Health and Safety Code; and directing the Clerk of the Board to forward this Ordinance to the California Building Standards Commission upon final passage.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
180890 2 Administrative Code - Seismic Safety Retrofit and Affordable Housing Loan ProgramOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to conform to the passage by the voters on November 8, 2016, of Proposition C a measure, entitled “Loans to Finance Acquisition and Rehabilitation of Affordable Housing,” and to otherwise conform such sections to current practices and make technical corrections.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
180893 1 Administrative Code - Exempting Certain Municipal Transportation Agency Projects From Fiscal Feasibility OrdinanceOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to exempt from the Fiscal Feasibility Ordinance capital improvement projects under the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency that will support an increase or improvement in Municipal Railway service.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
180950 2 Appointments, Mental Health Board - Toni Parks and Marcus DancerMotionPassedMotion reappointing Toni Parks, term ending January 31, 2021, and appointing Marcus Dancer, term ending January 31, 2022, to the Mental Health Board.APPROVEDPass Action details Video Video
180978 2 Reappointments, South of Market Community Stabilization Fund Community Advisory Committee - Daniel Hlad and John ElberlingMotionPassedMotion reappointing Daniel Hlad and John Elberling, terms ending April 27, 2020, to the South of Market (SOMA) Community Stabilization Fund Community Advisory Committee.APPROVEDPass Action details Video Video
180979 2 Appointment, Children, Youth and Their Families Oversight and Advisory Committee - Joanna PowellMotionPassedMotion appointing Joanna Powell, term ending July 1, 2020, to the Children, Youth and Their Families Oversight and Advisory Committee.CONTINUEDPass Action details Video Video
181020 1 Hearing - Committee of the Whole - Administrative Code - Increasing the Minimum Compensation Hourly Rate - October 23, 2018HearingFiledHearing of the Board of Supervisors to sit as a Committee of the Whole on October 23, 2018, at 3:00 p.m., to hold a public hearing to consider the proposed Ordinance (File No. 170538) amending the Administrative Code to increase, on July 1, 2019, the minimum hourly compensation rate for employees under contracts with Nonprofit Corporations to $16.00 plus an amount corresponding to the prior year’s increase, if any, in the Consumer Price Index, and followed thereafter by annual cost-of-living increases; to increase the minimum hourly compensation rate for employees under contracts with public entities to $17.00 on the 60th day following enactment of this ordinance and followed thereafter by annual cost-of-living increases; and establishing a working group to consider and advise on issues related to wage increases for employees under contracts with Nonprofit Corporations and public entities; scheduled pursuant to the approval of a motion made during the Board of Supervisors meeting of October 16, 2018.HEARD AND FILED  Action details Not available
170538 4 Administrative Code - Increasing the Minimum Compensation Hourly Rate for Employees Under Contracts with Nonprofit Corporations and Public EntitiesOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to increase, as of July 1, 2019, the minimum hourly compensation rate for employees under contracts with nonprofit corporations to $16.50, and followed thereafter by annual cost-of-living increases beginning July 1, 2020; to increase the minimum hourly compensation rate for employees under contracts with public entities to $16.00 as of February 1, 2019, $16.50 as of July 1, 2019, $17.50 as of July 1, 2020, $18.00 as of July 1, 2021, and $18.75 as of July 1, 2022, and followed thereafter by annual cost-of-living increases beginning July 1, 2023; to provide that these increases are conditioned on funds being appropriated by the City; and to establish a working group to consider and advise on issues related to wage increases for employees under contracts with nonprofit corporations and public entities.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Not available
170538 5 Administrative Code - Increasing the Minimum Compensation Hourly Rate for Employees Under Contracts with Nonprofit Corporations and Public EntitiesOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to increase, as of July 1, 2019, the minimum hourly compensation rate for employees under contracts with nonprofit corporations to $16.50, and followed thereafter by annual cost-of-living increases beginning July 1, 2020; to increase the minimum hourly compensation rate for employees under contracts with public entities to $16.00 as of February 1, 2019, $16.50 as of July 1, 2019, $17.50 as of July 1, 2020, $18.00 as of July 1, 2021, and $18.75 as of July 1, 2022, and followed thereafter by annual cost-of-living increases beginning July 1, 2023; to provide that these increases are conditioned on funds being appropriated by the City; and to establish a working group to consider and advise on issues related to wage increases for employees under contracts with nonprofit corporations and public entities.PASSED ON FIRST READING AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
180906 1 Contract - ARAMARK Correctional Services, Inc. - Jail Food Services - $20,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the Sheriff’s Department to contract with ARAMARK Correctional Services, Inc. for jail food services, acting by and through the Sheriff’s Department for a five year period from November 1, 2018, through October 31, 2023, for a contract total not to exceed amount of $20,000,000 with two one-year options to extend.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
180961 1 Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board - Issuance and Sale of Farebox Revenue Bonds, Not to Exceed $62,000,000 - Increase in Existing Credit Facility, Not to Exceed $170,000,000 - Additional Credit Facility, Not to Exceed $30,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the issuance and sale by the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board of Farebox Revenue Bonds and Refunding Revenue Bonds in one or more series in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $62,000,000; approving an increase in amount of existing credit facility by the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board, from an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $150,000,000 outstanding at any one time to an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $170,000,000 outstanding at any one time; and approving an additional credit facility by the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $30,000,000 outstanding at any one time.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
180911 1 Planning Code - Inclusionary Housing OrdinanceOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to modify the date by which projects that are eligible for the temporary inclusionary housing requirements must obtain a building or site permit; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; making findings of public necessity, convenience, and welfare under Planning Code, Section 302; and making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.   Action details Not available
181010 1 Sexual Assault Survivor Day - October 6ResolutionPassedResolution declaring October 6 as “Sexual Assault Survivor Day” annually in the City and County of San Francisco.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
180990 1 Final Map 9165 - 901 Tennessee StreetMotionPassedMotion approving Final Map 9165, a 40 residential unit condominium project, located at 901 Tennessee Street, being a subdivision of Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 4108, Lot No. 017; and adopting findings pursuant to the General Plan, and the priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.APPROVEDPass Action details Not available
180991 1 Final Map 4896 - 601 Crescent WayMotionPassedMotion approving Final Map 4896, a 465 residential unit condominium project, located at 601 Crescent Way, being a subdivision of Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 4991, Lot Nos. 240 and 240A; and adopting findings pursuant to the General Plan, and the priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.APPROVEDPass Action details Not available
180992 1 Final Map 8623 - 3241-3249 25th StreetMotionPassedMotion approving Final Map 8623, a four residential and one commercial unit mixed-use condominium project, located at 3241-3249 25th Street, being a subdivision of Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 6525, Lot No. 034; and adopting findings pursuant to the General Plan, and the priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.APPROVEDPass Action details Not available
181026 1 Public Works Code - Temporary Mobile Caterer PermitOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Public Works Code to create a Temporary Mobile Caterer permit for restaurants that cannot operate during mandatory seismic retrofits of their buildings.   Action details Not available
181029 1 Municipal Elections Code - Deadline for Filing Declaration of CandidacyOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Municipal Elections Code to require that candidates for local elective office file their declaration of candidacy on the same date as they file their declaration of intention to accept or solicit campaign contributions.   Action details Not available
181030 1 Administrative Code - Rent Increases on Surviving Family MembersOrdinanceFiledOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to prevent landlords of rent-controlled units from imposing unlimited rent increases on surviving family members (including non-relatives who have a family-type relationship) following the death of the original occupant or the original occupant’s spouse or domestic partner.   Action details Not available
181031 1 Planning Code - Permit Review Procedures for Uses in Neighborhood Commercial DistrictsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to make permanent the pilot program removing neighborhood notice and Planning Commission review for certain uses in Neighborhood Commercial Districts in the areas generally bounded by Supervisorial Districts 4 and 11; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and making findings of public necessity, convenience, and welfare pursuant to Planning Code, Section 302.   Action details Not available
181033 1 Issuance of Tax-Exempt Obligations - California Statewide Communities Development Authority - NCCD-Hooper Street LLC - Not to Exceed $100,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving, in accordance with Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code, the issuance of tax-exempt obligations by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $100,000,000 to finance student housing facilities to be owned and/or operated by NCCD-Hooper Street LLC or an affiliate, to benefit California College of the Arts.   Action details Not available
181034 1 Supporting "Mayors and CEOs for U.S. Housing Investment" and "Opportunity Starts At Home" - Urging the President and United States Congress to Work With City Leaders to End HomelessnessResolutionPassedResolution supporting "Mayors and CEOs for U.S. Housing Investment," a bipartisan coalition welcoming city leaders and CEOs as common stakeholders in expanding housing opportunities and ending homelessness, and “Opportunity Starts At Home,” a long-term, multi-sector campaign to meet the rental housing needs of the nation’s lowest income people; and urging the President and the United States Congress to work with city officials and local governments in order to ensure neighborhood and household stabilization, and avert the negative impact of inadequate housing as it is linked to unemployment, rising health care costs, public safety challenges, and homelessness.   Action details Not available
181035 1 Management Agreement - Owners' Association - Administration/Management of Discover Polk Community Benefit DistrictResolutionPassedResolution approving an agreement with the nonprofit Owners' Association for administration/management of the established property-based Community Benefit District known as the “Discover Polk Community Benefit District,” pursuant to California Streets and Highways Code, Section 36651, for a period commencing upon Board approval, through June 30, 2029.   Action details Not available
181036 1 Contract Agreement - Grant Street Group, Inc. - Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector and Office of the Controller’s Property Tax System Replacement Project - Not to Exceed $37,492,252ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector and Office of the Controller to enter into a contract with Grant Street Group, Inc. to implement and configure a comprehensive, fully-integrated Property Tax System, including all services related to delivery, installation, integration, customization, data conversion, training, documentation, deployments, and project management, to replace the obsolete legacy system currently in use, for a contract term of ten years, to commence upon Board of Supervisors and Mayoral approval, in an amount not to exceed $37,492,252.   Action details Not available
181037 1 Contract Agreements - Sapient Corporation and Carahsoft Technology Corporation - Office of the Assessor-Recorder’s Property Assessment System Replacement Project - Not to Exceed $21,414,700 and $14,432,762 RespectivelyResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the Office of the Assessor-Recorder to enter into two contracts: 1) an implementation services and ongoing support agreement with Sapient Corporation for a 12-year term, in an amount not to exceed $21,414,700; and 2) a contract with Carahsoft Technology Corporation for licenses to Software as a Service, with a 12-year term, in an amount not to exceed $14,432,762; all to implement and configure a comprehensive, fully-integrated Property Assessment System, including all services related to delivery, installation, integration, customization, data conversion, training, documentation, deployments, and project management, to replace the obsolete legacy system currently in use; with both contracts to commence upon Board of Supervisors and Mayoral approval.   Action details Not available
181038 1 Closed Session - Existing Litigation - Pacific Gas and Electric Company - November 13, 2018MotionPassedMotion that the Board of Supervisors convene in closed session on November 13, 2018, pursuant to California Government Code, Section 54956.9(a), and San Francisco Administrative Code, Section 67.10(d)(1), for the purpose of conferring with, or receiving advice from, the City Attorney regarding the following existing litigation in which the City is a petitioner and Pacific Gas & Electric Company is an adverse party: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Case No. ER18-1482-000, filed April 30, 2018; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Case No. ER18-1102-000, filed March 15, 2018; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Case No. ER18-790-000, filed, February 2, 2018; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Case No. ER18-768-000, filed January 31, 2018; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Case No. ER18-198-000, filed October 31, 2017; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Case No. ER17-2406-000, filed August 31, 2017; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Case No. ER17-2181-000, filed July 31, 2017; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Case No. ER17-2204, filed July 31, 2017; Federal Energy Re   Action details Not available
181039 1 Committee of the Whole - Marriott Hotel Worker Strike in San FranciscoMotionPassedMotion scheduling the Board of Supervisors to sit as a Committee of the Whole at a Special Meeting on November 2, 2018, at 12:30 p.m., to hold a public hearing to consider the Marriott hotel worker strike in San Francisco.   Action details Not available
181040 1 Hearing - Committee of the Whole - Marriott Hotel Worker StrikeHearingFiledHearing to consider the hotel worker strike due to the month long major labor dispute within San Francisco's hospitality industry, including the 2,000 hotel workers that walked off the job at seven Marriott-operated hotels citing the company's failure to keep up with the escalating cost of living and growing job insecurity, and the growing number of businesses and events that have been impacted, since hospitality is one of the largest employers of San Francisco workers and is a key driver of the region's economy.   Action details Not available
180980 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Lucille Sullivan - $40,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Lucille Sullivan against the City and County of San Francisco for $40,000; the lawsuit was filed on July 3, 2017, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-17-559902; entitled Lucille Sullivan v. City and County of San Francisco; the lawsuit involves a personal injury on a City sidewalk.   Action details Not available
180981 1 Lease Modification - American Airlines, Inc. - SuperBay Hangar Lease No. L13-0071 - Extension of Term, Rent Increase, and Premises Reduction - $6,076,388 Initial Annual Base RentResolutionPassedResolution retroactively approving Modification No. 3 of the SuperBay Hangar Lease No. L13-0071, between American Airlines, Inc. and the City and County of San Francisco, acting by and through its Airport Commission, to extend the term by four years and eight months, for the period of November 1, 2018, through June 30, 2023; increase the initial base rent to $6,076,388 with rent increases adjusted annually by the Consumer Price Index; and reduce the premises by recapture of certain land at Plot 40 at the San Francisco International Airport.   Action details Not available
180982 1 Settlement of Unlitigated Claim - Estate Research Associates - Up to $80,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving the settlement of the unlitigated claim filed by Estate Research Associates against the City and County of San Francisco for up to $80,000; the claim was filed on January 26, 2018; the claim involves economic damages allegedly arising from the failure to properly administer two estates.   Action details Not available
180983 1 Mills Act Historical Property Contract - 2253 Webster StreetResolutionPassedResolution approving an historical property contract between Virginia Hong, the owner of 2253 Webster Street, and the City and County of San Francisco, under Administrative Code, Chapter 71; and authorizing the Planning Director and the Assessor-Recorder to execute and record the historical property contract.   Action details Not available
180984 1 Mills Act Historical Property Contract - 353 Kearny StreetResolutionPassedResolution approving an historical property contract between Pine Kearny LLC, the owner of 353 Kearny Street, and the City and County of San Francisco, under Administrative Code, Chapter 71; authorizing the Planning Director and the Assessor-Recorder to execute and record the historical property contract.   Action details Not available
180985 1 Mills Act Historical Property Contract - 465-467 Oak StreetResolutionPassedResolution approving an historical property contract between Joseph E and Jennifer A Laska Joint Living Trust, the owner of 465-467 Oak Street, and the City and County of San Francisco, under Administrative Code, Chapter 71; and authorizing the Planning Director and the Assessor-Recorder to execute and record the historical property contract.   Action details Not available
180986 1 Mills Act Historical Property Contract - 587 Waller StreetResolutionPassedResolution approving an historical property contract between Christopher Hansten and June Kwon, the owners of 587 Waller Street, and the City and County of San Francisco, under Administrative Code, Chapter 71; and authorizing the Planning Director and the Assessor-Recorder to execute and record the historical property contract.   Action details Not available
180987 1 Mills Act Historical Property Contract - 354-356 San Carlos StreetResolutionPassedResolution approving an historical property contract between Joyjit and Preetha Nath, the owners of 354-356 San Carlos Street, and the City and County of San Francisco, under Administrative Code, Chapter 71; and authorizing the Planning Director and the Assessor-Recorder to execute and record the historical property contract.   Action details Not available
180988 1 Mills Act Historical Property Contract - 811 Treat AvenueResolutionPassedResolution approving an historical property contract between Golden Gate Properties LLC, the owner of 811 Treat Avenue, and the City and County of San Francisco, under Administrative Code, Chapter 71; and authorizing the Planning Director and the Assessor-Recorder to execute and record the historical property contract.   Action details Not available
180989 1 Airport Professional Services Agreement - ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation - Escalator and Electric Walk Maintenance Services - Not to Exceed $19,500,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving Modification No. 1 to Professional Services Agreement for Airport Contract No. 9313 - Escalator and Electric Walk Maintenance Service, between ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation and the City and County of San Francisco, to increase the contract term by six months from January 1, 2019, through June 30, 2019, and to increase the contract amount by $2,500,000 for a new total contract amount not to exceed $19,500,000 pursuant to Charter, Section 9.118(b).   Action details Not available