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Meeting Name: Government Audit and Oversight Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/18/2021 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location:
Regular Meeting
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201388 1 Administrative Code - Protections for Occupants of Residential Hotels During COVID-19 PandemicOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to establish protections for occupants of residential hotels (“SRO Residents”) during the COVID-19 pandemic by, among other things: making it City policy to place in solitary hotel rooms SRO residents who meet the criteria for isolation or quarantine established by the County Health Officer, and requiring the Department of Public Health to post a notice in the common area and notify the operator of a residential hotel when an SRO Resident has tested positive for COVID-19, to facilitate contract tracing, testing for COVID-19, and cleaning; establish a telephone hotline for SRO Residents, to respond to questions about accessing COVID-19 health screenings, testing, and solitary hotel rooms; and provide daily aggregate data concerning the incidence of COVID-19 among SRO Residents, access to quarantine rooms by such residents, and the number of such residents who have died due to complications from COVID-19.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Video Video
201388 2 Administrative Code - Protections for Occupants of Residential Hotels During COVID-19 PandemicOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to establish protections for occupants of residential hotels (“SRO Residents”) during the COVID-19 pandemic by, among other things: making it City policy to place in solitary hotel rooms SRO residents who meet the criteria for isolation or quarantine established by the County Health Officer, and requiring the Department of Public Health to post a notice in the common area and notify the operator of a residential hotel when an SRO Resident has tested positive for COVID-19, to facilitate contract tracing, testing for COVID-19, and cleaning; establish a telephone hotline for SRO Residents, to respond to questions about accessing COVID-19 health screenings, testing, and solitary hotel rooms; and provide daily aggregate data concerning the incidence of COVID-19 among SRO Residents, access to quarantine rooms by such residents, and the number of such residents who have died due to complications from COVID-19.RECOMMENDED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
201186 1 Police Code - Grocery Store, Drug Store, Restaurant, and On-Demand Delivery Service Worker ProtectionsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Police Code to require grocery store, drug store, restaurant, and on-demand delivery service employers to provide health and scheduling protections related to COVID-19 to workers; and to sunset an emergency ordinance with similar requirements.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Video Video
201186 2 Police Code - Grocery Store, Drug Store, Restaurant, and On-Demand Delivery Service Worker ProtectionsOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Police Code to require grocery store, drug store, restaurant, and on-demand delivery service employers to provide health and scheduling protections related to COVID-19 to workers; and to sunset an emergency ordinance with similar requirements.CONTINUED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
210038 1 Urging the City and County of San Francisco to Revise Shelter-in-Place Hotels’ Standard Agreements with Existing Owners to Include an Option to Purchase the Hotels and/or a Long-Term LeaseResolutionPassedResolution urging the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing to work with the Our City, Our Home Oversight Committee, Planning Department, City Attorney, Mayor’s Office of Housing Community Development, and California Department of Housing and Community Development to identify and determine possible hotels to purchase, that includes the City’s current 25 leased Shelter-in-Place Hotels to consider if these hotels can be permanently acquired through federal, state and local funds and/or offer a long-term lease option that shall not be less than ten years.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLEPass Action details Video Video
210038 2 Urging the City and County of San Francisco to Revise Shelter-in-Place Hotels’ Standard Agreements with Existing Owners to Include an Option to Purchase the Hotels and/or a Long-Term LeaseResolutionPassedResolution urging the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing to work with the Our City, Our Home Oversight Committee, Planning Department, City Attorney, Mayor’s Office of Housing Community Development, and California Department of Housing and Community Development to identify and determine possible hotels to purchase, that includes the City’s current 25 leased Shelter-in-Place Hotels to consider if these hotels can be permanently acquired through federal, state and local funds and/or offer a long-term lease option that shall not be less than ten years.RECOMMENDED AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
210049 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Benito Taylor - $85,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Benito Taylor against the City and County of San Francisco for $85,000; the lawsuit was filed on October 18, 2018, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-18-570702; entitled Benito Taylor v. City and County of San Francisco; the lawsuit involves alleged personal injury when plaintiff tripped and fell over an uncovered utility box on the sidewalk.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
210050 1 Settlement of Unlitigated Claims - A2Z Development USA, Inc. - $240,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving the settlement of the unlitigated claims filed by A2Z Development USA, Inc. against the City and County of San Francisco for $240,000; the claims were filed on February 14, 2020; the claims involve a refund of payroll expense and gross receipts taxes.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
210065 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Gayle L. Brownlee - $65,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Gayle L. Brownlee against the City and County of San Francisco for $65,000; the lawsuit was filed on October 11, 2019, in United States District Court, Case No. 4:19-cv-06554-YGR; entitled Gayle L. Brownlee v. Kris Mohler, et al.; the lawsuit involves an employment dispute.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
210112 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Maurice Caldwell - $2,500,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing entry of Judgment, pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 68, in favor of Plaintiff Maurice Caldwell, and against the City and County of San Francisco, in the amount of $2,500,000 in settlement of the lawsuit filed on April 16, 2012, in United States District Court, Case No. 12-cv-1892 DMR, entitled Maurice Caldwell v. City and County of San Francisco, et al; the lawsuit alleges fabrication of evidence and wrongful conviction.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
210066 1 Settlement of Grievance - Service Employees International Union, Local 1021- $54,167.32ResolutionPassedResolution approving settlement of the grievance by Service Employees International Union, Local 1021, against the City and County of San Francisco for $54,167.32; the grievance was filed on June 27, 2019; the grievance involves an employment dispute under the Memorandum of Understanding.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
210067 1 Settlement of Unlitigated Claim - Pacific Gas & Electric Company - Not to Exceed $190,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving settlement of the City’s claims against Pacific Gas & Electric Company (“PG&E”) concerning environmental pollution at the Marina East Harbor; City to dismiss claims against PG&E pursuant to cost-sharing agreement whereby PG&E and City will cooperate on the environmental cleanup and reconstruction of the Marina Yacht Harbor; PG&E to pay up to $190 million toward the cleanup and reconstruction, with the Recreation and Park Department to repay PG&E up to $29.4 million over 30 years solely out of Marina revenues; other material terms include possible recording of land use covenants, mutual indemnity, and each party to bear its own legal costs.RECOMMENDEDPass Action details Video Video