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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/21/2020 2:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
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200516 2 Appropriation - Proceeds from General Obligation Bonds Transportation and Road Improvements, 2014 - Series 2020B - Municipal Transportation Agency - Street and Transit Projects - $140,000,000 - FY2020-2021OrdinancePassedOrdinance appropriating $140,000,000 of proceeds from the General Obligation Bonds Transportation and Road Improvements, 2014 - Series 2020B Series to the Municipal Transportation Agency for street and transit projects in FY2020-2021; requiring a report to the Board of Supervisors, and placing these funds on the Controller’s Reserve pending receipt of proceeds of indebtedness.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
200538 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Margaret Hardgrave - $75,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Margaret Hardgrave against the City and County of San Francisco for $75,000; the lawsuit was filed on November 14, 2018, in San Francisco Superior, Case No. CGC-18-571308; entitled Margaret Hardgrave v. Ramallah Club, Incorporated, et al.; the lawsuit involves alleged personal injury on a City sidewalk.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
200539 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Square, Inc. - $7,017,894.75OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing partial settlement of the lawsuit filed by Square, Inc. against the City and County of San Francisco for $7,017,894.75; the lawsuit was filed on September 6, 2019, in San Francisco County Superior Court, Case No. CGC-19-579061; entitled Square, Inc. v. City and County of San Francisco et al.; the lawsuit involves a claim for a refund of gross receipts taxes paid to the City and County of San Francisco; other material terms of the settlement are: (1) the partial resolution of all claims for refund of gross receipts taxes, payroll expense taxes, and business registration fees filed by Square, Inc. and its related entities for tax years 2016 through 2018 and registration years ending June 30, 2016, through June 30, 2020; and (2) the agreement that Square, Inc. and its related entities shall take certain filing positions with respect to its gross receipts taxes, homelessness gross receipts taxes, payroll expense taxes, and business registration fees for tax years 2019 and subsequent years and registration years ending June 30, 2021, and subsequent years.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
200540 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Plaintiffs Nicolas Adelman, et al. - $2,100,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of three consolidated lawsuits filed by the plaintiffs Nicolas Adelman a.k.a. Nicholas Addleman; Patrick Alba-Crocker; Michael Alexis; Jesse Ali; Akai Allen Sr.; Dontae Allen; Jaun-Carlos Alvarez; Andre Alverty; Lawrence Anderson; David Archer; Jamar Babers; Christopher Bailey; Ryan Baker; Tyrell Baldwin; De’lon Barker a.k.a. Delon Barker; Joseph Barnett; Khalid Barrow; Jason Edward Bell; Harry Benton; Deshawn Blake; Edward Blanche III; Tommy Boggs; Michael Boyle; Elijah Brandon; Michael Brown, individually and on behalf of the class; Richard Terron Brown; Ty-Rell Brown a.k.a. Tyrell Brown; Matthew Brugman, individually and on behalf of the class; Silas Omari Bryant; Darrell Buckins; Don Jaun Burrell; Cory Butler; Armando Carlos; Vernon Carmichael; Roman Carrasco; Anthony Carrion; Jose Fernandez Catala; Michael Cavness; Jesse Chamberland a.k.a. Jesse James Chamberlin; Teryll Chaplin; Ben Chase; Deshun Jamal Cobia-Augman a.k.a. Deshawn Cobia-Augman; Darious Cole; Leonard Colvin; Louis Conceicao; Justin Cooper a.k.a. Justin Cooper or Justin L Cooper; CrFINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
200560 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Sandra Hernandez, Clarisse Hernandez, Diego Hernandez, and David Hernandez - $214,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Sandra Hernandez, Clarisse Hernandez, Diego Hernandez, and David Hernandez against the City and County of San Francisco for $214,000; the lawsuit was filed on June 7, 2017, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-17-559385; entitled Sandra Hernandez, et al. v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; the lawsuit involves alleged personal injury from collision with City vehicle.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
200114 2 Planning Code - North Beach Special Use District - Consolidation of Groundfloor StorefrontsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to allow the consolidation or merger of groundfloor storefronts in the North Beach Special Use District for an existing Public Facility for San Francisco Police Department functions or auxiliary space associated with such use; 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 adopting findings of public necessity, convenience, and welfare under Planning Code, Section 302.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
200577 2 Administrative Code - Goods or Services Contracts for Incarcerated PersonsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to prohibit the City from entering into an agreement to provide goods or services to incarcerated persons of a jail facility that allows the City to collect some or all of the revenue paid for those goods or services.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
200478 2 General Obligation Bond Election - Health and Recovery - Not to Exceed $487,500,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance calling and providing for a special election to be held in the City and County of San Francisco on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, for the purpose of submitting to San Francisco voters a proposition to incur bonded indebtedness of not-to-exceed $487,500,000 to finance the acquisition or improvement of real property, including: facilities to house and/or deliver services for persons experiencing mental health challenges, substance use disorder, and/or homelessness; parks, open space, and recreation facilities, including green and climate resilient infrastructure; and streets, curb ramps, street structures and plazas, and related costs necessary or convenient for the foregoing purposes; authorizing landlords to pass-through 50% of the resulting property tax increase to residential tenants under Administrative Code Chapter 37; providing for the levy and collection of taxes to pay both principal and interest on such Bonds; incorporating the provisions of the Administrative Code relating to the Citizens’ General Obligation Bond Oversight Committee’s review of Bond expenditures; settiFINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Video Video
200509 4 Charter Amendment - Public AdvocateCharter AmendmentFailedCharter Amendment (Fourth Draft) to amend the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco to: 1) create the Office of the Public Advocate; 2) set the Public Advocate’s powers and duties; 3) authorize the Public Advocate to review the administration of City programs and services, including programs for transmitting information to the public and departments’ customer service plans, and to receive, investigate, and attempt to resolve complaints regarding City services and programs; 4) authorize the Public Advocate to receive and investigate specified whistleblower complaints; and 5) provide for the Public Advocate’s election, removal, and salary; at an election to be held on November 3, 2020.ORDERED SUBMITTEDFail Action details Video Video
200510 4 Charter Amendment - Department of Sanitation and Streets, Sanitation and Streets Commission, and Public Works CommissionCharter AmendmentPassedCharter Amendment (Fourth Draft) to amend the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco to create the Department of Sanitation and Streets to succeed to specific duties currently performed by the Department of Public Works; to create a Sanitation and Streets Commission to oversee the Department of Sanitation and Streets; to create a Public Works Commission to oversee the Department of Public Works; and to require an annual performance audit and cost and waste analysis for both departments; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; at an election to be held on November 3, 2020.ORDERED SUBMITTEDPass Action details Video Video
200514 3 Charter Amendment - Sheriff Department Oversight Board and Inspector GeneralCharter AmendmentPassedCharter Amendment (Third Draft) to amend the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco to create the Sheriff’s Department Oversight Board to advise and report findings and recommendations to the Sheriff and the Board of Supervisors regarding Sheriff’s Department operations; to create the Sheriff’s Department Office of Inspector General, under the direction of an Inspector General appointed by the Oversight Board, to investigate complaints of non-criminal misconduct by employees and contractors of the Sheriff’s Department and in-custody deaths, develop policy recommendations for the Sheriff’s Department, and report quarterly its findings, results, and recommendations to the Sheriff and the Oversight Board; at an election to be held on November 3, 2020.ORDERED SUBMITTEDPass Action details Video Video
200515 2 Charter Amendment - Police Department Staffing LevelsCharter AmendmentPassedCharter Amendment (Second Draft) to amend the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco to remove the minimum police staffing requirement, to require the Police Department to submit a report and recommendation regarding police staffing levels to the Police Commission every two years, and to require the Police Commission to consider the report and recommendation when approving the department’s proposed budget; at an election to be held on November 3, 2020.ORDERED SUBMITTEDPass Action details Video Video
200608 1 Accept and Expend Grant and Amend the Annual Salary Ordinance - Retroactive - Securing the Cities Program Grant - United States Homeland Security - $2,000,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance retroactively authorizing the Department of Emergency Management, as a fiscal agent for the Bay Area Urban Areas Security Initiative, to accept and expend a grant in the amount of $2,000,000 from the United States Department of Homeland Security for the Securing the Cities Grant Program for the period of March 4, 2020, through October 30, 2020; and amending Ordinance No. 170-19 (Annual Salary Ordinance, File No. 190620 for FYs 2019-2020 and 2020-2021) to provide for the addition of four grant-funded positions, one each in Class 0932 Manager IV (FTE 1.0), Class 0931 Manager III (FTE 1.0), Class 1823 Senior Administrative Analyst (FTE 1.0), and Class 8601 Emergency Services Coordinator I (FTE 1.0).PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
200487 2 Amended Ten-Year Capital Expenditure Plan - FYs 2020-2029ResolutionPassedResolution amending the City’s ten-year capital expenditure plan for FYs 2020-2029 to amend the proposed Government Obligation bond program.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
200603 1 Airport Professional Services Agreement - Covenant Aviation Security, LLC - General Airport Security Services - Not to Exceed $11,785,254ResolutionPassedResolution approving Modification No. 1 to Contract No. 50178, General Airport Security Services, with Covenant Aviation Security, LLC, to increase the contract amount by $6,285,254 for a new contract amount not to exceed $11,785,254 and extending the term through June 30, 2022, pursuant to Charter, Section 9.118(b).AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLEPass Action details Video Video
200603 2 Airport Professional Services Agreement - Covenant Aviation Security, LLC - General Airport Security Services - Not to Exceed $11,785,254ResolutionPassedResolution approving Modification No. 1 to Contract No. 50178, General Airport Security Services, with Covenant Aviation Security, LLC, to increase the contract amount by $6,285,254 for a new contract amount not to exceed $11,785,254 and extending the term through June 30, 2022, pursuant to Charter, Section 9.118(b).ADOPTED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200667 2 Airport Professional Services Agreement Modification - Vanderlande Industries Inc. - Operate, Maintain and Repair Airport-Owned Passenger Boarding Bridges and Baggage Handling Systems - Not to Exceed $12,747,831ResolutionPassedResolution approving Modification No. 2 to Airport Contract No. 50030.01, Vanderlande Industries Inc., to increase the contract amount by $2,953,956 for a new not to exceed contract amount of $12,747,831 to operate, maintain, and repair Airport-owned passenger boarding bridges and baggage handling systems in the domestic terminals; and to exercise the final one-year option to extend the term from October 1, 2020, through September 30, 2021, pursuant to Charter, Section 9.118(b).ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200668 1 Modification to the Airport Professional Services Agreement - Retroactive - Hallmark Aviation Services, L.P. - Airport Information and Guest Assistance Services - Two-Year Contract Extension - Not to Exceed $41,111,970ResolutionPassedResolution retroactively approving Modification No. 3 to the Professional Services Agreement, Contract No. 50052, between Hallmark Aviation Services, L.P., and the City and County of San Francisco, acting by and through its Airport Commission, for Airport Information and Guest Assistance Services, extending the term for two years, to commence on July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2022, to increase the contract amount by $13,758,746 for a new total contract not to exceed amount of $41,111,970.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200604 2 Lease of Real Property - 333 Valencia Owner L.L.C. - 333 Valencia Street - Base Annual Rent $2,209,239 - Tenant Improvements $6,500,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving and authorizing the Director of Property, on behalf of the City’s Department of Public Health, to lease real property located at 333 Valencia Street, for an initial term of fifteen years anticipated to commence on February 16, 2021, from 333 Valencia Owner LLC, at a base rent of $2,209,239 per year with 3% annual increases; 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; finding the proposed transaction is in conformance with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and adopting findings under the California Environmental Quality Act.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLEPass Action details Video Video
200604 3 Lease of Real Property - 333 Valencia Owner L.L.C. - 333 Valencia Street - Base Annual Rent $2,209,239 - Tenant Improvements $6,500,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving and authorizing the Director of Property, on behalf of the City’s Department of Public Health, to lease real property located at 333 Valencia Street, for an initial term of fifteen years anticipated to commence on February 16, 2021, from 333 Valencia Owner LLC, at a base rent of $2,209,239 per year with 3% annual increases; 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; finding the proposed transaction is in conformance with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and adopting findings under the California Environmental Quality Act.ADOPTED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200670 1 Contract Amendment No. 6 - Central Subway Design Group - Increase Contract Amount - Not to Exceed $54,779,692ResolutionPassedResolution approving Amendment No. 6 to Contract CS-155-2 Architectural and Engineering Services for the Final Design and Construction of the Central Subway Project with Central Subway Design Group to increase the contract amount by $6,879,086 for Amendment No. 6 for additional work necessary to provide design support services through completion of Central Subway Project, for a total amended contract amount not to exceed $54,779,692 with no change to the term of 12 years to expire on April 4, 2022.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200675 1 Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds - 1000 Market Street (San Cristina Hotel) - Not to Exceed $30,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution declaring the intent of the City and County of San Francisco (“City”) to reimburse certain expenditures from proceeds of future bonded indebtedness; authorizing the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (“Director”) to submit an application and related documents to the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (“CDLAC”) to permit the issuance of residential mortgage revenue bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $30,000,000 to finance the acquisition and rehabilitation of the San Cristina apartments at 1000 Market Street; authorizing and directing the Director to direct the Controller’s Office to hold in trust an amount not to exceed $100,000 in accordance with CDLAC procedures; authorizing the Director to certify to CDLAC that the City has on deposit the required amount; authorizing the Director to pay an amount equal to such deposit to the State of California if the City fails to issue the residential mortgage revenue bonds; approving, for purposes of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, the issuance and sale of resiADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200676 1 Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds -1204 Mason Street, 777 Broadway, and 1525-1529 Grant Avenue (Throughline Apartments) - Not to Exceed $40,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution declaring the intent of the City and County of San Francisco (“City”) to reimburse certain expenditures from proceeds of future bonded indebtedness; authorizing the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (“Director”) to submit an application and related documents to the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (“CDLAC”) to permit the issuance of residential mortgage revenue bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $40,000,000 for 1204 Mason Street, 777 Broadway, and 1525-1529 Grant Avenue (Throughline Apartments); authorizing and directing the Director to direct the Controller’s Office to hold in trust an amount not to exceed $100,000 in accordance with CDLAC procedures; authorizing the Director to certify to CDLAC that the City has on deposit the required amount; authorizing the Director to pay an amount equal to such deposit to the State of California if the City fails to issue the residential mortgage revenue bonds; approving, for purposes of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, the issuance and sale of residential moADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200703 1 Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds - 4840 Mission - Not to Exceed $75,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving, for purposes of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, the issuance and sale of tax-exempt residential mortgage revenue bonds by the City and County of San Francisco (the “City”) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $75,000,000 to finance the development of a 137-unit affordable rental housing development located in the City at 4840 Mission Street (the “Project”); and ratifying and approving any action heretofore taken in connection with the Project, as defined herein, and the Application, as defined herein.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200704 1 Apply for Grant - California Department of Housing and Community Development - Permanent Local Housing Allocation Program - $52,308,210ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, on behalf of the City and County of San Francisco, to execute a grant application, as defined herein, under the California Department of Housing and Community Development’s Permanent Local Housing Allocation Program for funding in the amount of $52,308,210.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200705 2 Grant Agreement - Retroactive - Tenderloin Housing Clinic - Permanent Supportive Housing - Not to Exceed $89,400,486ResolutionPassedResolution retroactively approving a grant agreement between the City and County of San Francisco and Tenderloin Housing Clinic for master lease and support services permanent housing to formerly homeless adults in 1,566 units, including 594 units for County Adult Assistance Programs tenants, for a term of July 1, 2020, through February 29, 2024, for a total amount not to exceed $89,400,486.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200707 1 General Obligation Bonds - San Francisco Unified School District - Not to Exceed $280,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the San Francisco Unified School District to issue and sell on its own behalf its general obligation bonds, Election of 2016, Series B in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $280,000,000 without further action of the City and County of San Francisco.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200674 2 Health Service System Plans and Contribution Rates - Calendar Year 2021OrdinancePassedOrdinance approving Health Service System plans and contribution rates for calendar year 2021.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
191283 2 Police and Public Works Codes - Administrative Penalties and Fines for Illegal DumpingOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Public Works Code to authorize the Public Works Director to impose administrative penalties and fines for illegal dumping, provide for additional enforcement remedies for illegal dumping, expand the definition of illegal dumping to address electronic waste and hazardous waste, and clarify that each act of illegal dumping constitutes a separate violation subject to abatement or enforcement actions; amending the Police Code to provide procedures for assessment and collection of administrative penalties for illegal dumping; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.CONTINUED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
200141 2 Health Code - Adult Sex Venue Health and Safety StandardsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Health Code to require the Director of Health to adopt minimum health and safety standards governing the operation of commercial adult sex venues, but prohibiting the Director from adopting standards that require monitoring of patrons’ sexual activities, or that regulate doors or mandate unlocked doors in areas where sexual activity may occur.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
190799 1 Condemning the Increase of Racial Profiling and Discrimination HarassmentResolutionPassedResolution condemning the increase of racial profiling and discrimination harassment from private businesses and individuals who profile people of color for suspicion of crime or denial of service based on the individual’s race, age, ethnicity, language, gender, sexual orientation, immigration status, and national origin.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200499 2 Liquor License - 620 Post Street - The Nobody InnResolutionPassedResolution determining that the issuance of a Type-42 on-sale beer and wine public premises liquor license to The Nobody Inn, LLC, doing business as The Nobody Inn, located at 620 Post Street (District 3), will serve the public convenience or necessity of the City and County of San Francisco; and requesting that the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control impose conditions on the issuance of the license.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200631 1 Hearing - Committee of the Whole - Amendment to the Redevelopment Plan for the Mission Bay South Blocks 29-32 Redevelopment Project - July 21, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.HearingFiledHearing of the Board of Supervisors sitting as a Committee of the Whole on July 21, 2020, at 3:00 p.m., to hold a public hearing to consider an ordinance approving an amendment to the Redevelopment Plan for the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Project in regard to Blocks 29-32 (also known as the site of Chase Center) which modifies the land use designation for certain property to add hotel and residential as permitted uses, increases the total leasable square feet of retail space permitted on this property, increases the number of hotels and hotel rooms in the plan area, and authorizes certain dwelling units to be built on certain property in the plan area; directing the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to transmit a copy of the ordinance upon its enactment to the Successor Agency; making findings 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(b); scheduled pursuant to Motion No. M20-065, approved by the Board on June 9, 2020.HEARD AND FILED  Action details Video Video
200575 1 Redevelopment Plan Amendment - Mission Bay South Blocks 29-32 HotelOrdinancePassedOrdinance approving an amendment to the Redevelopment Plan for the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Project, which modifies the land use designation for certain property in Blocks 29-32 (also known as the site of Chase Center) to add hotel and residential as permitted uses, increases the total leasable square feet of retail space permitted on this property, increases the number of hotels and hotel rooms in the plan area, and authorizes certain dwelling units to be built on certain property in the plan area; directing the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to transmit a copy of this Ordinance upon its enactment to the Successor Agency; making findings 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(b).PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
200160 1 Hearing - Appeal of Determination of Exemption From Environmental Review - 743 Vermont StreetHearingFiledHearing of persons interested in or objecting to the determination of exemption from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act issued as a Categorical Exemption by the Planning Department on January 9, 2020, for the proposed project at 743 Vermont Street, Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 4074, Lot No. 021; to demolish the rear portion and existing gable roof; construct a new addition to extend to the rear footprint approximately five-feet to the east and within one-foot to the north on both the second and third floors; and legalizing an unauthorized dwelling unit at a one-family residence within the RH-2 (Residential, House, Two-Family) Zoning District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District. (District 10) (Appellant: Ryan Patterson of Zacks, Freedman & Patterson, PC, on behalf of Meg McKnight) (Filed February 7, 2020)HEARD AND FILED  Action details Video Video
200161 1 Affirming the Categorical Exemption Determination - 743 Vermont StreetMotionPassedMotion affirming the determination by the Planning Department that the proposed project at 743 Vermont Street is categorically exempt from further environmental review.APPROVEDPass Action details Video Video
200162 1 Conditionally Reversing the Categorical Exemption Determination - 743 Vermont StreetMotionKilledMotion conditionally reversing the determination by the Planning Department that the proposed project at 743 Vermont Street is categorically exempt from further environmental review, subject to the adoption of written findings of the Board in support of this determination.TABLEDPass Action details Video Video
200163 1 Preparation of Findings to Reverse the Categorical Exemption Determination - 743 Vermont StreetMotionKilledMotion directing the Clerk of the Board to prepare findings reversing the determination by the Planning Department that the proposed project at 743 Vermont Street is categorically exempt from further environmental review.TABLEDPass Action details Video Video
200648 2 Charter Amendment and Initiative Ordinance - Business and Tax Regulations Code - Adjustment of Baseline Funding and Business Tax ChangesCharter AmendmentPassedCharter Amendment (Second Draft) to amend the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco to provide that future annual adjustments in baseline funding for the following Charter-mandated funds will not take into account certain changes in City revenue resulting from voter-approved business taxes on the November 3, 2020 ballot: the Municipal Transportation Fund, the Park, Recreation and Open Space Fund, the Children and Youth Fund, the Library Preservation Fund, the Housing Trust Fund, the Public Education Enrichment Fund, the Dignity Fund, and the Street Tree Maintenance Fund; an Initiative Ordinance to amend the Business and Tax Regulations Code to: 1) reduce the annual Business Registration Fee for businesses with $1,000,000 or less in San Francisco gross receipts; 2) increase the small business exemption ceiling for the Gross Receipts Tax to $2,000,000 and increase the annual Business Registration Fee on businesses benefiting from this increased exemption ceiling; 3) modify the Gross Receipts Tax rates; 4) repeal the Payroll Expense Tax; 5) increase the Gross Receipts Tax on CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
200684 1 Issuance and Sale of Revenue Obligations - California Enterprise Development Authority - San Francisco Waldorf School - Not to Exceed $25,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving for purposes of Internal Revenue Code, Section 147(f), the Issuance and Sale of Revenue Obligations by the California Enterprise Development Authority in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $25,000,000 to finance or refinance the acquisition, construction, renovation, rehabilitation, improvement and/or equipping of educational and related facilities to be owned and operated by San Francisco Waldorf School Association, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200557 1 General Plan - Amendments to the Market and Octavia Area PlanOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the General Plan to amend the Market and Octavia Area Plan; making conforming amendments to the Arts Element and the Housing Element; 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, and findings of public necessity, convenience, and welfare under Planning Code, Section 302.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
200559 2 Planning Code - Amendments to the Van Ness and Market Downtown Residential Special Use DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to amend the Van Ness and Market Downtown Residential Special Use District, to encourage additional housing and uses that support neighborhood residents and businesses, and to give effect to amendments to the Market and Octavia Area Plan; amending Planning Code, Sections 145.4, 151.1, 155, 207.6, 249.33, 260, 261.1, 263.19, 270, 270.2, 309, 341.5, 401, 411A.5, 416.3, 421.5, 424.1, 424.3, 424.4, and 424.5; adding new Planning Code, Section 425, to create the Van Ness and Market Community Facilities Fee and Fund; and making environmental findings, including adopting a statement of overriding considerations, 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.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
200556 2 Zoning Map - Van Ness and Market Residential Special Use DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Zoning Map of the Planning Code to amend the boundaries of the Van Ness and Market Residential Special Use District, and making other amendments to the Height and Bulk District Maps and Zoning Use District Maps consistent with amendments to the Market and Octavia Area Plan, encompassing an area generally bounded by Haight Street from Octavia Boulevard to Gough Street, Gough Street from Haight Street to Page Street, Franklin Street from Page Street to Fell Street, Fell Street from Franklin Street to Van Ness Avenue, Van Ness Avenue from Fell Street to Hayes Street, Hayes Street from Van Ness Avenue to Larkin Street, Market Street from Ninth Street to 10th Street, midblock between 10th Street and 11th Street from Market Street to Mission Street, Mission Street from 10th Street to Washburn Street, a portion of Washburn Street, Minna Street from 10th Street to just past Lafayette Street (with certain lots excluded), midblock between Lafayette Street and 12th Street to Howard Street, Howard Street just north of 12th and 13th Streets, and 13th Street to Octavia BoulePASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
200558 1 Business and Tax Regulations, Planning Codes - Hub Housing Sustainability DistrictOrdinancePending Committee ActionOrdinance amending the Business and Tax Regulations and Planning Codes to create the Hub Housing Sustainability District, encompassing an area generally bounded by Haight Street from Octavia Boulevard to Gough Street, Gough Street from Haight Street to Page Street, Franklin Street from Page Street to Fell Street, Fell Street from Franklin Street to Van Ness Avenue, Van Ness Avenue from Fell Street to Hayes Street, Hayes Street from Van Ness Avenue to Larkin Street, Market Street from Ninth Street to 10th Street, midblock between 10th Street and 11th Street from Market Street to Mission Street, Mission Street from 10th Street to Washburn Street, a portion of Washburn Street, Minna Street from 10th Street to just past Lafayette Street (with certain lots excluded), midblock between Lafayette Street and 12th Street to Howard Street, Howard Street just north of 12th and 13th Streets, and 13th Street to Octavia Boulevard and Haight Street, to provide a streamlined and ministerial approval process for certain housing projects within the District meeting specific labor, on-site affordability   Action details Video Video
200769 1 Affirming a Commitment to Racial and Economic Equity in the City Budget and Urging Support for California State Senate Bill No. 555 (Mitchell)ResolutionPassedResolution affirming a commitment from the Board to racial and economic equity in the City budget in terms of revenue generation, and in support of California State Senate Bill No. 555, authored by Senator Holly Mitchell and co-authored by Assembly Members Jose Medina and Buffy Wicks, to reduce rates and fees associated with county jail communications and commissary services to reduce the financial burden on incarcerated people and their families.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
200773 1 Promoting Medical and Scientific Collaboration Between San Francisco and CubaResolutionPassedResolution promoting medical and scientific collaboration between the City and County of San Francisco and Cuba to address the COVID-19 pandemic and urging the United States Congress to remove restrictions on collaboration by suspending economic and travel sanctions against Cuba.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
200778 1 Urging the California State Legislature and Governor to Overturn Assembly Bill No. 1838 Passed in 2018ResolutionPassedResolution urging the California State Legislature and the Governor to recognize that, due to the COVID-19 crisis impact on municipal budgets, they should immediately overturn Assembly Bill No. 1838 that was passed in 2018, and give California counties back their right to improve public health and raise revenue by disincentivizing consumption of soda and other sugary beverages.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
200015 1 Final Map 8930 - 471-23rd AvenueMotionPassedMotion approving Final Map 8930, a six residential unit condominium project, located at 471-23rd Avenue, being a subdivision of Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 1521, Lot No. 013; and adopting findings pursuant to the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.APPROVEDPass Action details Not available
200770 1 Urging City Departments to Fulfill the Mission Bay Project as a Complete San Francisco NeighborhoodResolutionPassedResolution urging the Planning Department and Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure with the partnership of additional agencies, to undertake a full assessment of the Mission Bay Project and draft a Community Realm Plan by 2022.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLEPass Action details Video Video
200770 2 Urging City Departments to Fulfill the Mission Bay Project as a Complete San Francisco NeighborhoodResolutionPassedResolution urging the Planning Department and Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure with the partnership of additional agencies, to undertake a full assessment of the Mission Bay Project and draft a Community Realm Plan by 2022.ADOPTED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
200771 1 Opposing India’s Exclusionary National Register of Citizens and Citizenship Amendment ActResolutionPassedResolution opposing India’s exclusionary National Register of Citizens and Citizenship Amendment Act and reaffirming San Francisco as a welcoming city, expressing the City and County of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors’ solidarity with San Francisco’s South Asian community regardless of religion and caste.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
200774 1 Modifying Time for Submission of Charter Amendment under Rules 2.22.6 and 2.22.7MotionKilledMotion modifying the amount of time required under Rule 2.22.6, between the referral of a Charter Amendment to the Mayor and other City Officials and the submission to the electorate of the proposed Charter Amendment, providing that future annual adjustments in baseline funding for select Charter-mandated funds will not take into account certain changes in City revenue resulting from voter-approved business taxes on the November 3, 2020, ballot (File No. 200648); and modifying the time required under Rule 2.22.7 between the first appearance on the Board’s agenda and the order of submission to the electorate of the same proposed Charter Amendment (File No. 200648).TABLEDPass Action details Video Video
200779 1 Urging the California Governor to Issue an Executive Order to Toll the Two-Year Deadline Plus 120 DaysMotionPassedMotion urging California Governor Gavin Newson to issue an Executive Order to toll the two-year Assessment Appeal hearing deadline plus 120 days after the dissolution of the Shelter in Place.APPROVEDPass Action details Video Video
200784 1 Administrative Code - Restrictions on Police Use of Specific Types of Force During Lawful Assemblies and in Certain Other CircumstancesOrdinancePending Committee ActionOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to prohibit the Police Department from using, deploying, launching, or firing of extended impact weapons, kinetic impact projectiles, chemical agents, disorientation devices, and military grade equipment during lawful assemblies and in other circumstances (curfew violations, verbal threats directed at an officer, noncompliance with an officer’s order).   Action details Not available
200785 1 Existing Building Code - Mandatory Earthquake Retrofit - Compliance DeadlineOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Existing Building Code to extend the date for completion of work for the seismic retrofitting of Tier IV wood-frame buildings to September 15, 2021.   Action details Not available
200786 1 Temporary Waivers of Permit Fees for Café Tables and Chairs and Display Merchandise in the Public Right-of-Way, and Use Fees for ParkletsOrdinanceUnfinished Business-Final PassageOrdinance waiving, for a two-year period, permit and renewal fees in the Public Works Code for café tables and chairs in public sidewalks and roadway areas, and for display of fruits and vegetables or nonfood merchandise on public sidewalks; and waiving fees for use of parklets.   Action details Not available
200787 1 Administrative Code - Selection of Contractors From a Pre-Qualified List and Under As-Needed Public Works Professional Services Contract ReformOrdinancePending Committee ActionOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to require notification to prequalified contractors and written documentation of contractor selection from pre-qualified lists, and written documentation of contractor selection for work assigned under as-needed Public Works professional services contracts; and to require the Controller to audit such selection documentation.   Action details Not available
200788 1 Supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 310 (Santiago) - The California Public Banking ActResolutionPassedResolution supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 310, authored by Assembly Member Miguel Santiago and co-authored by Assembly Members David Chiu, Buffy Wicks, Ash Kalra, Lorena Gonzalez, and Mike Gipson, and Senators Ben Hueso, Lena Gonzalez, and Scott Weiner, to restructure the Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank as a depository public state bank to aid in recovery efforts related to COVID-19 and the subsequent economic recession.   Action details Not available
200789 1 Urging Congress to Pass the Restaurants ActResolutionPassedResolution urging the United States Congress to pass the Real Economic Support that Acknowledges Unique Restaurant Assistance Needed to Survive Act, or Restaurants Act, establishing the $120B Independent Restaurant Revitalization Fund to support the struggling restaurant industry.   Action details Not available
200790 1 Condemning the Naming of the Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma CenterResolutionPending Committee ActionResolution condemning the naming of the San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center after Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg and urging City departments to establish clear standards with regards to naming rights for public institutions and properties that reflect San Francisco’s values and a commitment to affirming and upholding human rights, dignity, and social and racial justice.   Action details Not available
200793 1 Conditionally Approving Submission of Sales Tax to Support Caltrain Service - November 3, 2020, ElectionResolutionPassedResolution conditionally approving submission of one-eighth of one percent (0.125%) retail transactions and use tax for Caltrain or its successor agency to use to support its immediate and long-term operational and capital costs, at an election to be held on November 3, 2020; and affirming the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.   Action details Not available
200798 1 Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act - Disability Pride Month - JulyResolutionPassedResolution celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act, recognizing July as Disability Pride Month in the City and County of San Francisco in perpetuity, and urging continued commitment to expanding accessibility and empowering the civil rights of people with disabilities.   Action details Not available
200791 1 Committee of the Whole - Approving Submission of Sales Tax to Support Caltrain Service - November 3, 2020, Election - July 28, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.MotionPassedMotion scheduling the Board of Supervisors to sit as a Committee of the Whole on July 28, 2020, at 3:00 p.m., to hold a public hearing to consider a Resolution approving submission of sales tax to support Caltrain service; at an election to be held on November 3, 2020.   Action details Not available
200794 1 Concurring in Actions to Meet Local Emergency - Coronavirus Response - Twenty-Second SupplementMotionPassedMotion concurring in actions taken by the Mayor in the Twenty-Second Supplement to the Proclamation of Emergency, released on July 15, 2020, to meet the ongoing local emergency related to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.   Action details Not available
200795 1 Authorizing Preparation of Proponent Ballot Arguments and Rebuttal Ballot Arguments - November 3, 2020, Consolidated General ElectionMotionPassedMotion authorizing preparation of written Proponent ballot arguments and rebuttal ballot arguments for submittal to the voters for the November 3, 2020, Consolidated General Election.   Action details Not available
200796 1 Hearing - Supportive Housing VacanciesHearingPending Committee ActionHearing on the City's efforts to fill vacancies in Supportive Housing; and requesting the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, San Francisco Housing Authority, and Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development to report.   Action details Not available
200797 1 Hearing - City and School District Planning Efforts to Support Distance Learning for the 2020-2021 Academic YearHearingPending Committee ActionHearing to discuss how the City can assist the School District, teachers, parents, and children to start the school year successfully while engaging in distance learning; and requesting the San Francisco Unified School District, Department of Children, Youth and Their Families, Department of Public Health, Board of Education, and United Educators of San Francisco to report.   Action details Not available
200792 1 Hearing - Committee of the Whole - Approving Submission of Sales Tax to Support Caltrain Service - July 28, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.HearingFiledHearing of the Board of Supervisors sitting as a Committee of the Whole on July 28, 2020, at 3:00 p.m., to hold a public hearing to consider a Resolution approving submission of one-eighth of one percent (0.125%) retail transactions and use tax for Caltrain or its successor agency to use as certain conditions are met to support its immediate and long-term operational and capital costs, at an election to be held on November 3, 2020; and affirming the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; to be scheduled pending the approval of the Motion in File No. 200791.   Action details Not available
200758 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Hastings College of the Law - $0OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Hastings College of the Law against the City and County of San Francisco for $0 and a Stipulated Injunction; the lawsuit was filed on May 4, 2020, in United States District Court, Case No. 20-cv-3033; entitled Hastings College of the Law, et al. v. City and County of San Francisco; the lawsuit involves alleged civil rights violations, Federal Americans with Disabilities and California Disabled Persons Act violations, Negligence; Public Nuisance; Private Nuisance and Inverse Condemnation.   Action details Not available
200759 1 Business and Tax Regulations Code - Tax Penalties and Interest; Administration of Cannabis Business TaxOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Business and Tax Regulations Code to amend the penalties, and the provisions for waiver of penalties and interest, relating to taxes that are subject to the common administrative provisions of that Code, and to add provisions for administering the Cannabis Business Tax.   Action details Not available