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Meeting Name: Government Audit and Oversight Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/20/2020 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Legislative Chamber, Room 250
Regular Meeting
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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190418 2 Administrative Code - Navigation Centers, Transitional Housing Facilities, and Permanent Housing Facilities for the HomelessOrdinancePending Committee ActionOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) to open a Navigation Center, transitional housing facility, or permanent housing facility for formerly homeless persons (New Homeless Facilities), within six months in each of two supervisorial districts where no Navigation Center currently exists, and to open at least one New Homeless Facility within 36 months in each supervisorial district where no Navigation Center currently exists; to revise the operational standards for Navigation Centers by, among other things, allowing Navigation Centers to serve up to 130 residents, and specifying that each Navigation Center must allow residents to reside at the Center for at least 90 days, and to continue in residence so long as they are participating in assigned services; to require each New Homeless Facility to develop a “Good Neighbor Policy” and a plan to conduct outreach to people experiencing homelessness in the surrounding neighborhood; to require HSH to develop “Fair Share Siting Criteria” to inform the selection of sitesAMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Video Video
190418 3 Administrative Code - Navigation Centers, Transitional Housing Facilities, and Permanent Housing Facilities for the HomelessOrdinancePending Committee ActionOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) to open a Navigation Center, transitional housing facility, or permanent housing facility for formerly homeless persons (New Homeless Facilities), within six months in each of two supervisorial districts where no Navigation Center currently exists, and to open at least one New Homeless Facility within 36 months in each supervisorial district where no Navigation Center currently exists; to revise the operational standards for Navigation Centers by, among other things, allowing Navigation Centers to serve up to 130 residents, and specifying that each Navigation Center must allow residents to reside at the Center for at least 90 days, and to continue in residence so long as they are participating in assigned services; to require each New Homeless Facility to develop a “Good Neighbor Policy” and a plan to conduct outreach to people experiencing homelessness in the surrounding neighborhood; to require HSH to develop “Fair Share Siting Criteria” to inform the selection of sitesAMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Not available
190418 4 Administrative Code - Navigation Centers, Transitional Housing Facilities, and Permanent Housing Facilities for the HomelessOrdinancePending Committee ActionOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) to open a Navigation Center, transitional housing facility, or permanent housing facility for formerly homeless persons (New Homeless Facilities), within six months in each of two supervisorial districts where no Navigation Center currently exists, and to open at least one New Homeless Facility within 36 months in each supervisorial district where no Navigation Center currently exists; to revise the operational standards for Navigation Centers by, among other things, allowing Navigation Centers to serve up to 130 residents, and specifying that each Navigation Center must allow residents to reside at the Center for at least 90 days, and to continue in residence so long as they are participating in assigned services; to require each New Homeless Facility to develop a “Good Neighbor Policy” and a plan to conduct outreach to people experiencing homelessness in the surrounding neighborhood; to require HSH to develop “Fair Share Siting Criteria” to inform the selection of sitesAMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLEPass Action details Not available
190418 5 Administrative Code - Navigation Centers, Transitional Housing Facilities, and Permanent Housing Facilities for the HomelessOrdinancePending Committee ActionOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) to open a Navigation Center, transitional housing facility, or permanent housing facility for formerly homeless persons (New Homeless Facilities), within six months in each of two supervisorial districts where no Navigation Center currently exists, and to open at least one New Homeless Facility within 36 months in each supervisorial district where no Navigation Center currently exists; to revise the operational standards for Navigation Centers by, among other things, allowing Navigation Centers to serve up to 130 residents, and specifying that each Navigation Center must allow residents to reside at the Center for at least 90 days, and to continue in residence so long as they are participating in assigned services; to require each New Homeless Facility to develop a “Good Neighbor Policy” and a plan to conduct outreach to people experiencing homelessness in the surrounding neighborhood; to require HSH to develop “Fair Share Siting Criteria” to inform the selection of sitesAMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLEPass Action details Not available
190418 6 Administrative Code - Navigation Centers, Transitional Housing Facilities, and Permanent Housing Facilities for the HomelessOrdinancePending Committee ActionOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) to open a Navigation Center, transitional housing facility, or permanent housing facility for formerly homeless persons (New Homeless Facilities), within six months in each of two supervisorial districts where no Navigation Center currently exists, and to open at least one New Homeless Facility within 36 months in each supervisorial district where no Navigation Center currently exists; to revise the operational standards for Navigation Centers by, among other things, allowing Navigation Centers to serve up to 130 residents, and specifying that each Navigation Center must allow residents to reside at the Center for at least 90 days, and to continue in residence so long as they are participating in assigned services; to require each New Homeless Facility to develop a “Good Neighbor Policy” and a plan to conduct outreach to people experiencing homelessness in the surrounding neighborhood; to require HSH to develop “Fair Share Siting Criteria” to inform the selection of sitesCONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200145 1 Authority to Award Grant - Edgewood Center for Children and Families - Maintenance of Financial Solvency - $350,000ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the Department of Public Health to award a one-time, limited term grant to Edgewood Center for Children and Families (Edgewood) for the purpose of maintaining the fiscal solvency of Edgewood, in an amount not to exceed $350,000 for a period not to exceed 90-days, to commence following Board approval.RECOMMENDED AS COMMITTEE REPORTPass Action details Video Video
171320 1 Real Property Lease - NPU, Inc. - United States Old Mint - 88 Fifth Street - $22,000 per MonthResolutionPassedResolution authorizing and approving a Lease with NPU, Inc., a California corporation, for the United States Old Mint at 88 Fifth Street, at the monthly base rent of $22,000; requiring tenant to be responsible for all utilities and services, participation rent of 50% of venue rental fees and $2,500 per ticketed event subject to a rent credit not to exceed $500,000 for a two-year term to commence upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and Mayor through February 28, 2022, with three one-year options to extend; authorizing the Director of Property to execute documents, make certain modifications and take certain actions in furtherance of the Lease and this Resolution, as defined herein; adopting findings under the California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code, Section 21000 et seq.; and making findings that the proposed transaction is in conformity with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Video Video
171320 2 Real Property Lease - NPU, Inc. - United States Old Mint - 88 Fifth Street - $22,000 per MonthResolutionPassedResolution authorizing and approving a Lease with NPU, Inc., a California corporation, for the United States Old Mint at 88 Fifth Street, at the monthly base rent of $22,000; requiring tenant to be responsible for all utilities and services, participation rent of 50% of venue rental fees and $2,500 per ticketed event subject to a rent credit not to exceed $500,000 for a two-year term to commence upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and Mayor through February 28, 2022, with three one-year options to extend; authorizing the Director of Property to execute documents, make certain modifications and take certain actions in furtherance of the Lease and this Resolution, as defined herein; adopting findings under the California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code, Section 21000 et seq.; and making findings that the proposed transaction is in conformity with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.RECOMMENDED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200117 1 Resolution of Intention - Establishing the Mission Rock Special Tax District No. 2020-1 (Mission Rock Facilities and Services) - April 7, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.ResolutionPassedResolution declaring the intention to establish the City and County of San Francisco Special Tax District No. 2020-1 (Mission Rock Facilities and Services) and a future annexation area; ordering and setting a time and place for a public hearing of the Board of Supervisors, sitting as a Committee of the Whole, on April 7, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.; determining other matters in connection therewith, as defined herein; and making findings under the California Environmental Quality Act.RECOMMENDED AS COMMITTEE REPORTPass Action details Video Video
200118 1 Resolution of Intention - Incurring Bonded Indebtedness and Other Debt for Mission Rock Special Tax District No. 2020-1 (Mission Rock Facilities and Services) - Not to Exceed $3,700,000,000 - April 7, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.ResolutionPassedResolution declaring the intention to incur bonded indebtedness and other debt in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $3,700,000,000 for the City and County of San Francisco Special Tax District No. 2020-1 (Mission Rock Facilities and Services); ordering and setting a time and place for a public hearing of the Board of Supervisors, sitting as a Committee of the Whole, on April 7, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.; and determining other matters in connection therewith, as defined herein.RECOMMENDED AS COMMITTEE REPORTPass Action details Video Video
181166 1 Hearing - City's Preparation for the 2020 CensusHearingFiledHearing on the City's preparation for the 2020 Census and hear presentations from the Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs and other departments which work with immigrants and vulnerable populations; and requesting the Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs, Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, Housing Authority, Department of Children, Youth, and Their Families, Department of Technology's Digital Equity Group, San Francisco Unified School District, and First 5 to report.HEARD AND FILEDPass Action details Video Video
200060 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Families First, Inc. - City to Receive $189,884.63OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed on behalf of the City and County of San Francisco and five other counties against Families First, Inc. (aka EMQ Families First, Inc. and Uplift Family Services) for $189,884.63; the lawsuit was filed on July 22, 2014, in Alameda County Superior Court, Case No. RG14733912; entitled State of California, County of Alameda, County of Sacramento, County of San Francisco, County of Contra Costa, County of Sonoma, and County of Yolo ex rel. Helen Haeri Kim and Lisa Little Villela v. Families First, Inc.; the lawsuit involves allegations by two former employees of Families First’s Davis residential facility that Families First failed to provide adequate Day Treatment Intensive mental health services, failed to utilize qualified personnel, and falsely certified that it was complying with Medi-Cal regulations in providing such services when it billed San Francisco and the other counties for them.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
200078 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - San Francisco SRO Hotel Coalition, et al. - $300,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by San Francisco SRO Hotel Coalition, Hotel Des Arts, LLC, and Brent Haas against the City and County of San Francisco for $300,000; the lawsuit was filed on May 8, 2017, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CPF-17-515656; entitled San Francisco SRO Hotel Coalition, et al. v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; the settlement resolves a claim for attorney’s fees and costs following Petitioners’ challenge to Ordinance No. 38-17 on the grounds, in part, that San Francisco’s approval of Ordinance No. 38-17 violated the California Environmental Quality Act, and Ordinance No. 38-17 violated petitioners’ constitutional rights.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200079 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Jennie Feldman - $150,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Jennie Feldman against the City and County of San Francisco for $150,000; the lawsuit was filed on July 3, 2019, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-19-577368; entitled Jennie Feldman v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; the lawsuit involves alleged personal injury from a falling tree branch.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200080 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Virginia Ernster - $70,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Virginia Ernster against the City and County of San Francisco for $70,000; the lawsuit was filed on May 21, 2019, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-19-576126; entitled Virginia Ernster and Martin Ernster v. City and County of San Francisco, Cristina Couch; the lawsuit involves an alleged personal injury from a vehicle collision.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200081 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Jamie Sanchez and Yovanna Sanchez - $27,500OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Jamie Sanchez and Yovanna Sanchez against the City and County of San Francisco for $27,500; the lawsuit was filed on May 21, 2019, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-19-576118; entitled Jamie Sanchez, et al. v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; the lawsuit involves a vehicle collision.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200107 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Vera Cort - City to Receive $200,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Vera Cort, Trustee of Cort Survivor Trust, against the City and County of San Francisco for $200,000; the lawsuit was filed on March 7, 2019, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CPF-19-516582, entitled Vera Cort, Trustee of Cort Survivor Trust v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; the lawsuit involves petitioner’s challenge to the City’s cancellation of her construction permits after petitioner demolished property in violation of the issued permits.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200108 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Garry Peace - $43,500OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Garry Peace against the City and County of San Francisco for $43,500; the lawsuit was filed on November 8, 2017, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-17-562373; entitled Garry Peace v. City and County of San Francisco; the lawsuit involves an alleged personal injury while walking on a City sidewalk.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200109 1 Settlement of Unlitigated Claim - Estate Research Associates - $82,465.14ResolutionPassedResolution approving an updated settlement authority for the unlitigated claim filed by Estate Research Associates against the City and County of San Francisco for $82,465.14; the claim was filed on January 26, 2018; the claim involves damages allegedly arising from the failure to properly administer two estates; Resolution No. 389-18 previously approved settlement up to $80,000.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Not available