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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/20/2021 2:00 PM Minutes status: Final Draft  
Meeting location:
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210823 1 Formal Policy Discussions - July 20, 2021HearingFiledPursuant to Charter, Sections 2.103 and 3.100(7), and Administrative Code, Section 2.11, the Mayor shall discuss the following eligible topics submitted from the Supervisors representing Districts 5 and 7. The Mayor may address the Board initially for up to five minutes. Discussion shall not exceed two minutes per question or answer. 1. Public Transportation (District 5) 2. Affordable Housing on the Westside (District 7)HEARD AND FILED  Action details Not available
210557 1 Settlement of Lawsuits - Square, Inc. - $2,625,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuits filed by Square, Inc. against the City and County of San Francisco for $2,625,000; the lawsuits were filed on September 6, 2019, and August 18, 2020, in San Francisco County Superior Court, Case Nos. CGC-19-579061 and CGC-20-586039; both entitled Square, Inc. v. City and County of San Francisco et al.; the lawsuits both involve claims for a refund of gross receipts taxes; other material terms of the settlement are the agreement that Square, Inc. and its related entities will not take certain filing positions with respect to their gross receipts taxes for tax years 2019 and 2020.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
210558 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Yun Wan Pang - $200,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Yun Wan Pang against the City and County of San Francisco for $200,000; the lawsuit was filed on June 26, 2020, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-20-585148; entitled Yun Wan Pang v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; the lawsuit involves alleged personal injury on a City sidewalk.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
210630 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Shanay Jones - $80,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Shanay Jones against the City and County of San Francisco for $80,000; the lawsuit was filed on December 3, 2019, in United States District Court - Northern District, Case No. 19-cv-07921; entitled Shanay Jones v. City and County of San Francisco; the lawsuit involves an alleged prescription medication error; City and County of San Francisco agreed to pay for any unreimbursed medical costs related to Shanay Jones’ care at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital as to Ms. Jones’ medical care from January-February 2018 in addition to the $80,000 payment.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
210631 1 Settlement of Lawsuit - Omar Abdullah, by and through his Conservator, Theresa Hoskins-Ford - $800,000OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Omar Abdullah, by and through his Conservator, Theresa Hoskins-Ford against the City and County of San Francisco for $800,000; the lawsuit was filed on February 24, 2020, in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. CGC-20-583155; entitled Omar Abdullah, by and through his Conservator, Theresa Hoskins-Ford v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; the lawsuit involves allegations of negligence, dependent adult neglect/abuse, violations of the Patient’s Bill of Rights, assault, battery, and violation of privacy concerning Mr. Abdullah’s care at Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
210587 1 Accept and Expend Grant and Amend the Annual Salary Ordinance - California Highway Patrol - Cannabis Tax Fund Grant Program - $986,248OrdinancePassedOrdinance authorizing the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to accept and expend a grant in the amount of $986,248 from the California Highway Patrol Cannabis Tax Fund Grant Program; and amending Ordinance No. 166-20 (Annual Salary Ordinance File No. 200568 for Fiscal Years 2020-2021 and 2021-2022) to provide for the addition of one grant funded Class 2403 Forensic Laboratory Analyst (FTE 1.0), and one grant funded Class 2456 Forensic Toxicologist (FTE 1.0), for the period beginning July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2023.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Not available
210182 2 Planning Code, Zoning Map - 2500-2530 18th Street Affordable Housing Special Use DistrictOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Planning Code to create the new 2500-2530 18th Street Affordable Housing Special Use District (Assessor's Parcel Block No. 4014, Lot Nos. 002 and 002A), to facilitate the development of affordable housing at the site; amending the Zoning Map to rezone the lots from PDR-1-G (Production, Distribution, and Repair, General) to UMU (Urban Mixed Use) and to map the new special use district; 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 Video Video
210643 2 Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for Departments - FYs 2021-2022 and 2022-2023OrdinancePassedBudget and Appropriation Ordinance appropriating all estimated receipts and all estimated expenditures for Departments of the City and County of San Francisco as of June 1, 2021, for the Fiscal Years (FYs) ending June 30, 2022, and June 30, 2023.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING SAME TITLEPass Action details Video Video
210643 3 Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for Departments - FYs 2021-2022 and 2022-2023OrdinancePassedBudget and Appropriation Ordinance appropriating all estimated receipts and all estimated expenditures for Departments of the City and County of San Francisco as of June 1, 2021, for the Fiscal Years (FYs) ending June 30, 2022, and June 30, 2023.PASSED ON FIRST READING AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
210644 2 Annual Salary Ordinance - FYs 2021-2022 and 2022-2023OrdinancePassedAnnual Salary Ordinance enumerating positions in the Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for the Fiscal Years (FYs) ending June 30, 2022, and June 30, 2023, continuing, creating, or establishing these positions; enumerating and including therein all positions created by Charter or State law for which compensations are paid from City and County funds and appropriated in the Annual Appropriation Ordinance; authorizing appointments or continuation of appointments thereto; specifying and fixing the compensations and work schedules thereof; and authorizing appointments to temporary positions and fixing compensations therefore.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210660 1 Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, Operating as Successor Agency to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency - FY2021-2022 Budget - Bond Issuance Not to Exceed $130,412,893ResolutionPassedResolution approving the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022 Budget of the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (“OCII”), operating as the Successor Agency to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency; and approving the Issuance by OCII of Bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $130,412,893 for the purpose of financing a portion of OCII’s enforceable obligations.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210645 1 Authorizing Tax-Exempt and/or Taxable Certificates of Participation (Multiple Capital Improvement Projects) - Not to Exceed $67,500,000OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance authorizing the execution and delivery of Certificates of Participation, in one or more series on a tax-exempt and/or taxable basis and from time to time, evidencing and representing an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $67,500,000 (“Certificates”), to finance and refinance certain capital improvement projects within the City, including but not limited to certain projects within the City and County of San Francisco’s (“City”) capital plan and generally consisting of critical repairs, renovations and improvements to City-owned buildings, facilities and works utilized by various City departments and local economic stimulus projects, generally consisting of repairs, renovations and improvements, designed to help build a more resilient and equitable San Francisco as part of the City’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, including through the retirement of certain commercial paper notes of the City issued for such purposes; approving the form of a Supplement to Trust Agreement between the City and U.S. Bank National Association, as trustee (“Trustee”) (including certaPASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210646 1 Health Code - Patient Rates for FYs 2020-2021, 2021-2022, and 2022-2023OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Health Code to set patient rates and rates for other services provided by the Department of Public Health, for Fiscal Years (FYs) 2020-2021, 2021-2022, and 2022-2023.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210647 1 Appropriation - Proceeds from Revenue Bonds in Hetch Hetchy Water & Power Capital Improvements - $19,344,824 - De-appropriation & Re-appropriation Low Carbon Fuel Standard - $2,000,000 - De-appropriation & Re-appropriation Hetchy Revenue - $6,843,536OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance appropriating a total of $19,344,824 of Hetchy Power Revenue Bonds for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) Hetch Hetchy Capital Improvement Program and de-appropriating $2,000,000 Low Carbon Fuel Standard funding for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022, de-appropriating $6,843,536 Hetchy Revenue funds to Hetchy Fund balance in FY2020-2021, and placing $19,344,824 of Power Bonds by project on Controller’s Reserve subject to the Controller's certification of funds availability, including proceeds of indebtedness, and for construction related expenditures (excluding program management, planning and design) for these projects, as applicable, is also subject to the prior occurrence of the SFPUC's and the Board of Supervisors' discretionary adoption of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) findings for projects, following review and consideration of completed project related environmental analysis, where required.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210648 1 Appropriation - Proceeds from Revenue Bonds, State Loans or Grants, Wastewater Revenues - $213,511,178 - De-appropriating and Re-appropriating - SFPUC Wastewater Capital Improvements - $42,900,587 - FY2021-2022OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance appropriating a total of $213,511,178 of proceeds from revenue bonds, State of California Water Resources Control Board’s revolving loan funds (State Loan Funds) or grant funds (State Grant Funds), for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) Wastewater Enterprise’s Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022, de-appropriating and re-appropriating $42,900,587 and placing $256,411,765 in Revenue Bonds or State Loan or Grant Funds by project on Controller’s Reserve subject to the Controller's certification of funds availability, including proceeds of indebtedness, and for construction related expenditures (excluding program management, planning and design) for these projects, as applicable, is also subject to the prior occurrence of the SFPUC's and the Board of Supervisors' discretionary adoption of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) findings for projects, following review and consideration of completed project related environmental analysis, where required.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210649 1 Amending Ordinance No. 172-20 - San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Power Revenue Bond Issuance - Not to Exceed $162,314,897OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending Ordinance No. 172-20, to authorize an increase of the issuance and sale of tax-exempt or taxable Power Revenue Bonds and other forms of indebtedness by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (Commission) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $162,314,897 to finance the costs of various capital projects benefitting the Power Enterprise pursuant to Charter, Sections 9.107(6) and 9.107(8), including amendments to the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco enacted by the voters on November 5, 2016, commonly referred to as Proposition A; authorizing the issuance of Power Revenue Refunding Bonds; declaring the Official Intent of the Commission to reimburse itself with one or more issues of tax-exempt or taxable bonds or other forms of indebtedness; and ratifying previous actions taken in connection therewith, as defined herein.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210650 2 Amending Ordinance No. 173-20 - San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Wastewater Revenue Bond Issuance - Not to Exceed $563,430,430OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending Ordinance No. 173-20 to authorize the issuance and sale of tax-exempt or taxable Wastewater Revenue Bonds and other forms of indebtedness (as described below) by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (Commission) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $563,430,430 to finance the costs of various capital wastewater projects benefitting the Wastewater Enterprise pursuant to amendments to the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco enacted by the voters on November 5, 2002, as Proposition E; authorizing the issuance of Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds and the retirement of outstanding Wastewater Enterprise Commercial Paper; declaring the Official Intent of the Commission to reimburse itself with one or more issues of tax-exempt bonds or other forms of indebtedness; and ratifying previous actions taken in connection therewith, as defined, herein.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210651 1 Appropriation - San Francisco Public Utilities Commission - $20,716,252 - Reducing Appropriation - Airport Commission - $272,379,116 - Reducing Appropriation - Port Commission - $17,664,260 - FY2021-2022OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance appropriating $20,716,252 in the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and reducing appropriations by $272,379,116 in the Airport Commission and by $17,664,260 in the Port Commission; this Ordinance requires a two-thirds approval vote of all members of the Board of Supervisors for $59,659,237 in the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, for $10,061,693 in the Airport Commission and for $3,796,402 in the Port Commission appropriations, pursuant to Charter, Section 9.113(c).PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210652 2 Public Employment - Amendment to the Salary Ordinance for the Airport Commission and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission - FY2021-2022OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending Ordinance No. 166-20 (Salary Ordinance Fiscal Years (FYs) 2020-2021 and 2021-2022) to reflect the substitution of three positions (0.00 FTEs) at the Airport Commission, and the substitution of nine positions (0.00 FTEs) and the addition of 23 positions (20.04 FTEs) at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission in FY2021-2022.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210655 1 Police Code - Street Artist Certificate FeeOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Police Code to lower the fee for a Street Artist Certificate.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210656 1 Neighborhood Beautification and Graffiti Clean-up Fund Tax Designation CeilingOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance adopting the Neighborhood Beautification and Graffiti Clean-up Fund Tax designation ceiling for tax year 2021.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210657 1 Administrative Code - Collection of Rent Board FeeOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to require the Rent Board to collect the Rent Board fee through invoices rather than through the property tax bill; to impose penalties in the event of non-payment of the fee; and to clarify existing law regarding the procedures for landlords to recover a portion of the fee from their tenants.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210658 1 Business and Tax Regulations Code - Emergency Medical Services FeesOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Business and Tax Regulations Code to update emergency medical services fees to reflect amounts currently authorized and charged under annual adjustment provisions, and to require that the fees be paid to the Department of Emergency Management rather than the Department of Public Health.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210661 1 Accept and Expend Grants - Recurring State Grant Funds - Department of Public Health - FY2021-2022ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the acceptance and expenditure of State grant funds by the San Francisco Department of Public Health for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210662 1 Homelessness and Supportive Housing Fund - FYs 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 Expenditure PlanResolutionPassedResolution approving the Fiscal Years (FYs) 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 Expenditure Plan for the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing Fund.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210663 1 Accept and Expend Grant - Friends of the San Francisco Public Library - Annual Grant Award - FY2021-2022 - Up to $860,885 of In-Kind Gifts, Services, and Cash MoniesResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the San Francisco Public Library to accept and expend a grant in the amount of up to $860,885 of in-kind gifts, services, and cash monies from the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library for direct support for a variety of public programs and services in Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210664 1 Accept and Expend Grant - Friends of San Francisco Public Library - Mission Branch Renovation Capital Project Grant Award - FYs 2021-2022 and 2024-2025 - Up to $875,500 of In-Kind Gifts, Services, and Cash MoniesResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the San Francisco Public Library to accept and expend a grant in the amount of up to $875,500 of in-kind gifts, services, and cash monies from the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library for direct support for the Mission Branch Renovation Project within the period of Fiscal Years (FYs) 2021-2022 and 2024-2025.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210665 1 Proposition J Contract Certification - Contracted-Out Department Services for the Department of Public HealthResolutionPassedResolution concurring with the Controller's certification that department services can be performed by private contractor for a lower cost than similar work performed by City and County employees, for security services (Department of Public Health).ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210666 1 Proposition J Contract Certification Contracted-Out Department Services Previously ApprovedResolutionPassedResolution concurring with the Controller's certification that department services previously approved can be performed by private contractor for a lower cost than similar work performed by City and County employees, for the following services: budget and legislative analyst (Board of Supervisors); citywide custodial services (excluding City Hall), citywide security services, fleet security, convention facilities management (General Services Agency - City Administrator); mainframe system support (General Services Agency - Technology); security services (Public Works); security services (Human Services Agency); security services (Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing); security services (Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development); food services for jail inmates (Sheriff’s Department); assembly of vote-by-mail envelopes (Department of Elections); security services (Public Utilities Commission); security, information and guest services, parking operations, shuttle bus services (Airport); and custodial and security services (Port).ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210667 1 Agreement - Retroactive - San Francisco Community Health Authority - Medical Reimbursement Accounts Cash Grant Program - Not to Exceed $14,903,500ResolutionPassedResolution retroactively approving an agreement between the San Francisco Community Health Authority and the Department of Public Health for the implementation of San Francisco Medical Reimbursement Accounts Cash Grant Program payments authorized under the seventeenth supplement to the Mayoral Local Emergency Declaration for a total amount not to exceed $14,903,500 for a term of 18 months, from July 1, 2020, through December 31, 2021.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210668 1 Adjusting the Access Line Tax - Consumer Price Index of 2021ResolutionPassedResolution concurring with the Controller’s establishment of the Consumer Price Index for 2021, and adjusting the Access Line Tax by the same rate.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210284 10 Administrative, Public Works, and Transportation Codes - Shared SpacesOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to rename and modify the Places for People Program as the Shared Spaces Program, and to clarify the roles and responsibilities of various departments regarding activation and use of City property and the public right-of-way, streamline the application process, specify minimum programmatic requirements such as public access, setting permit and license fees, and provide for the conversion of existing Parklet and Shared Spaces permittees to the new program requirements; amending the Public Works Code to create a Curbside Shared Spaces permit fee, provide for public notice and comment on permit applications, provide for hearings for occupancy of longer-term street closures, and supplement enforcement actions by Public Works; amending the Transportation Code to authorize the Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and Transportation (ISCOTT) to issue permits for the temporary occupancy of the Traffic Lane for purposes of issuing permits for Roadway Shared Spaces as part of the Shared Spaces Program, subject to delegation of authority by the FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Video Video
210567 3 Administrative Code - Food Empowerment Market FundOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to establish a special fund for grants to nonprofit agencies to establish and operate food empowerment markets, and designating the Human Services Agency to administer and establish rules for the program.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Video Video
210568 2 Administrative Code - Biennial Food Security and Equity ReportOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to direct the Department of Public Health to report biennially on food security and equity, with input from other departments.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Video Video
210719 2 Administrative Code - Food Security Task Force Reauthorization and Sunset Date ExtensionOrdinancePassedOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to reauthorize the Food Security Task Force and extend the sunset date from July 1, 2021, to July 1, 2026, and to reference among the Task Force’s duties assisting with the Department of Public Health’s Food Security and Equity Report.FINALLY PASSEDPass Action details Video Video
210534 1 Administrative Code and Amending Ordinance No. 49-17 - Deferring Payments to and Use of the 180 Jones Affordable Housing FundOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending Ordinance No. 49-17, as amended by Ordinance No. 209-17, to change the timeline for the payments of a $2,700,000 gift and $9,750,000 from the project sponsor of the project at 950-974 Market Street to the 180 Jones Street Affordable Housing Fund; amending the Administrative Code regarding use of the 180 Jones Street Affordable Housing Fund; and authorizing actions in furtherance of this Ordinance, as defined herein.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210653 1 Park Code - Non-Resident Fees at Certain Specialty AttractionsOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Park Code to allow the Recreation and Park Department to continue setting non-resident adult admission fees for the Japanese Tea Garden, the Conservatory of Flowers, and the San Francisco Botanical Garden by flexible pricing until December 7, 2021; clarifying that the increased non-resident adult admission fees for the Coit Tower Elevator shall be deemed to have expired by operation of law on June 30, 2021; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.AMENDED, AN AMENDMENT OF THE WHOLE BEARING NEW TITLE  Action details Video Video
210653 2 Park Code - Non-Resident Fees at Certain Specialty AttractionsOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Park Code to allow the Recreation and Park Department to continue setting non-resident adult admission fees for the Japanese Tea Garden, the Conservatory of Flowers, and the San Francisco Botanical Garden by flexible pricing until December 7, 2021; clarifying that the increased non-resident adult admission fees for the Coit Tower Elevator shall be deemed to have expired by operation of law on June 30, 2021; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.PASSED ON FIRST READING AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
210740 1 Health Service System Plans and Contribution Rates - Calendar Year 2022OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance approving Health Service System plans and contribution rates for calendar year 2022.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
201322 1 Lease Agreement - ALD Development Corporation dba Airport Dimensions - Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Airport Lounge Lease No. 20-0048 - $3,100,915.50 Minimum Annual GuaranteeResolutionPassedResolution approving Lease No. 20-0048, between ALD Development Corporation dba Airport Dimensions, as tenant, and the City and County of San Francisco, as landlord, acting by and through its Airport Commission, for a term of 12 years with two one-year options to extend, and a minimum annual guarantee of $3,100,915.50 for the first year of the Lease, to commence upon approval by the Board of Supervisors.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210410 1 Lease Agreement - MRG San Francisco Terminal 2, LLC. - Terminal 2 Retail Market and Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Specialty Retail Stores Concession Lease - $2,300,000 Minimum Annual GuaranteeResolutionPassedResolution approving Terminal 2 Retail Market and Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Specialty Retail Stores Concession Lease No. 20-0156, between MRG San Francisco Terminal 2, LLC., as tenant, and the City and County of San Francisco, as landlord, acting by and through its Airport Commission, for a term of 12 years, and a Minimum Annual Guarantee of $2,300,000 for the first year of the Lease, to commence upon Board approval.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210683 1 Accept and Expend Grant - Retroactive - Health Resources and Services Administration - Ending the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic: A Plan for America - Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Parts A and B - $2,667,000ResolutionPassedResolution retroactively authorizing the Department of Public Health to accept and expend a grant increase in the amount of $1,667,000 for a total amount of $2,667,000 from the Health Resources and Services Administration for participation in a program, entitled “Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America - Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Parts A and B,” for the period of March 1, 2020, to February 28, 2022.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210693 1 Issuance of Bonds - California Statewide Communities Development Authority - Front Porch Communities and Services, a California Not for Profit - Not to Exceed $450,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving for the purposes of Internal Revenue Code of 1986, Section 147(f), as amended, the issuance of obligations pursuant to a plan of finance by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $450,000,000 for the purpose of financing and/or refinancing the acquisition, construction, equipping, improvement, renovation, rehabilitation and/or remodeling of senior living and related facilities by Front Porch Communities and Services; and certain other matters relating thereto, as defined herein.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210713 1 Professional Services Agreement Amendment - Calpine Energy Solutions, LLC - Community Choice Aggregation Program - Not to Exceed $32,645,425ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the General Manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to execute Amendment No. 3 to Agreement No. CS-247[R], Customer and Administrative Services for Community Choice Aggregation Program with Calpine Energy Solutions LLC, for continued meter data management, billing and customer care support of the CleanPowerSF Program, increasing the agreement amount by $13,876,200 for a total not to exceed agreement amount of $32,645,425 and to extend the term of the agreement by three years, for a total agreement duration of nine years, for a total term of November 1, 2015, through October 31, 2024.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210763 2 Loan Agreement - 2550 Irving Associates, L.P. - 100% Affordable Housing at 2550 Irving Street - Not to Exceed $14,277,516ResolutionPassedResolution approving and authorizing the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development with 2550 Irving Associates, L.P. to execute loan documents relating to a loan to provide financing for the acquisition of real property located at 2550 Irving Street, and predevelopment activities for a 100% affordable multifamily rental building, in an aggregate amount not to exceed $14,277,516; approving the form of the loan agreement and ancillary documents; ratifying and approving any action heretofore taken in connection with the property; granting general authority to City officials to take actions necessary to implement this Resolution, as defined herein; and finding that the loan is consistent the General Plan, and the priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210764 1 Loan Agreement - Ambassador Ritz Four Percent, L.P. - 55 Mason Street and 216 Eddy Street - Not to Exceed $44,465,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving and authorizing the execution of a Loan Agreement with Ambassador Ritz Four Percent, L.P., a California limited partnership, in an aggregate total amount not to exceed $44,465,000 for a minimum term of 55 years for a portion of the loan amount and maximum terms of 15 years, 28 years, and 40 years for other portions of the loan amount based on the requirements of the funding sources, to finance the acquisition and rehabilitation of an existing 100% affordable multifamily rental housing project for low income households, known as “Ambassador Ritz 4%,” consisting of 187 rental units in two buildings located at 55 Mason Street and 216 Eddy Street; and adopting findings that the Loan Agreement is consistent with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210765 1 Multifamily Housing Revenue Note - Ambassador Ritz Four Percent L.P. - 55 Mason Street and 216 Eddy Street - Not to Exceed $56,039,857ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the execution and delivery of a multifamily housing revenue note in one or more series in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $56,039,857 for the purpose of providing financing for the acquisition and rehabilitation of a 187-unit multifamily rental housing project located at 55 Mason Street and 216 Eddy Street, known as “Ambassador Ritz 4%;” approving the form of and authorizing the execution of a funding loan agreement, providing the terms and conditions of the loan from the funding lenders to the City, and the execution and delivery of the note; approving the form of and authorizing the execution of a borrower loan agreement providing the terms and conditions of the loan from the City to the borrower; approving the form of and authorizing the execution of a regulatory agreement and declaration of restrictive covenants; authorizing the collection of certain fees; approving modifications, changes and additions to the documents, as defined herein; ratifying and approving any action heretofore taken in connection with the back-to-back loan, the note and tADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210768 1 Apply for, Accept, and Expend Grant - Retroactive - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) - $24,737,307 - FY2021-2022ResolutionPassedResolution retroactively approving the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program; authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the City and County of San Francisco, to apply for, accept, and expend the City’s FY2021-2022 CDBG Program entitlement from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the amount of $18,887,307 and to expend estimated program income in the amount of $5,850,000 for a combined total of approximately $24,737,307 for a period beginning July 1, 2021, through the date when all funds are expended.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210769 1 Apply for, Accept, and Expend Grant - Retroactive - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) Program - $1,590,749 - FY2021-2022ResolutionPassedResolution retroactively approving the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022 Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) Program; and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the City and County of San Francisco, to apply for, accept, and expend the City’s FY2021-2022 ESG Program entitlement from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, in the amount of $1,590,749 for an unspecified period starting July 1, 2021.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210770 1 Apply for, Accept, and Expend Grant - Retroactive - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - HOME Investment Partnership Program - $5,261,731 - FY2021-2022ResolutionPassedResolution retroactively approving the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022 HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) Program; and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the City and County of San Francisco, to apply for, accept, and expend the City’s FY2021-2022 HOME Program entitlement from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the amount of $5,161,731 and to expend Program Income in the amount of $100,000 for a combined total of $5,261,731 for the term of July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2026.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210771 1 Apply for, Accept, and Expend Grant - Retroactive - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Program - $12,977,602 - FY2021-2022ResolutionPassedResolution retroactively approving the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022 Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Program; and authorizing the Mayor, on behalf of the City and County of San Francisco, to apply for, accept, and expend the City’s FY2021-2022 HOPWA Program entitlement from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the amount of $7,041,373 and to expend program income and reprogrammed funds in the amount of $5,936,229 for a combined total of $12,977,602 for the period of July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2026.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
210285 4 Planning, Business and Tax Regulations, Police Codes - Small Business Recovery ActOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Planning, Business and Tax Regulations, and Police Codes to simplify procedures and allow flexibility for neighborhood, cultural, and entertainment establishments by 1) expanding streamlined review and inspection procedures to principally permitted storefront uses citywide; 2) deleting separate definitions of “Cat Boarding,” and “Services, Instructional” from the Planning Code; 3) allowing the continuation of longstanding places of entertainment; 4) temporarily requiring a conditional use authorization for uses replacing Nighttime Entertainment uses; 5) allowing temporary outdoor entertainment, arts, and recreation activities; 6) eliminating the one night dance permit; 7) extending time for limited live performances from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m.; 8) allowing additional One-Time Entertainment Permits and One-Time Outdoor Amplified Sound Permits; 9) exempting single individual performances without amplification from permit requirements; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making findings of consistency wPASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210566 3 Various Codes - Mobile Vendor RegulationOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance adopting regulation of vending within the jurisdiction of the Port of San Francisco, requiring permits, and authorizing permit fee and enforcement actions in the Port Code; requiring the Port and the Department of Public Health to report to the Board of Supervisors about regulatory implementation and health and safety enforcement; amending provisions of the Port and Public Works Codes, and repealing peddler regulations in the Police Code, to comply with state law regarding sidewalk vending; amending provisions of the Administrative, Business and Tax Regulations, Health, and Transportation Codes to conform with state law and new Port Code regulations regarding vending; and adopting findings under the California Environmental Quality Act.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210596 1 Hunters View Phase 1 - Accepting Acacia Avenue, Catalina Street, and Portions of Fairfax Avenue, Ironwood Way, and Middle Point RoadOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance accepting an irrevocable offer of public infrastructure and real property associated with Hunters View Phase 1 public infrastructure improvements, including Acacia Avenue, Catalina Street, and portions of Fairfax Avenue, Ironwood Way, and Middle Point Road (“HV1 Public Infrastructure”); declaring City property and additional property as shown on official Public Works maps as open public right-of-way; dedicating the HV1 Public Infrastructure to public use; designating such public infrastructure for street and roadway purposes; establishing official public right-of-way widths and street grades; amending Ordinance No. 1061, entitled “Regulating the Width of Sidewalks,” to establish the official sidewalk width on the abovementioned street areas; accepting the HV1 Public Infrastructure for City maintenance and liability purposes, subject to specified limitations; adopting findings 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; accepting a Public Works Order recPASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210597 1 Summary Public Service Easement Vacation - Hunters View Phase 1 ProjectOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance ordering the summary vacation of public service easements in the Hunters View project site, which includes a sanitary sewer easement generally running along West Point Road between Catalina Street and Middle Point Road and a public access and emergency vehicle access easement generally located at West Point Road and Catalina Street; authorizing the City to quitclaim its interest in the vacation areas (Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 4624, Lot Nos. 29 and 31) to the San Francisco Housing Authority notwithstanding the requirements of Administrative Code, Chapter 23; affirming the Planning Commission’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; adopting findings that the actions contemplated in this Ordinance are consistent with the General Plan, and eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and authorizing official acts in connection with this Ordinance, as defined herein.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210688 1 Street Encroachment Permit - North Mary Street Pedestrian Paseo and Underground Utilities in Portions of Minna, Natoma, and Mary StreetsResolutionPassedResolution granting revocable permission to FC 5M M2 Exchange, LLC to construct and maintain the pedestrian-only alley/paseo on Mary Street between Mission and Minna Streets fronting 434 Minna Street (Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3725, Lot No. 132); the private underground telecommunications conduit connecting 434 Minna Street and 415 Natoma Street below portions of Minna, Natoma, and Mary Streets; and the private non-potable water lines connecting to 434 Minna Street and 415 Natoma Street below portions of Minna and Natoma Streets; adopting environmental 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.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210539 1 Health Code - Designating Fire Department Paramedics to Initiate 5150 HoldsOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Health Code to designate all certified and accredited paramedics employed by the Fire Department to initiate temporary psychiatric holds, subject to state law procedures and requirements adopted by the county behavioral health director; and require that the Fire Department and Department of Public Health ensure that designated Fire Department paramedics receive all appropriate training.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210697 2 Liquor License Transfer - 1600 Jackson Street - Mollie Stone's MarketResolutionPassedResolution determining that the transfer of a Type-21 off-sale general beer, wine, and distilled spirits liquor license to Albeco, Inc., doing business as Mollie Stone's Market, located at 1600 Jackson Street (District 3), will serve the public convenience or necessity of the City and County of San Francisco, in accordance with California Business and Professions Code, Section 23958.4; and requesting that the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control impose a condition on the issuance of the license.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
201089 3 Administrative Code - Rules for Awarding GrantsOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Administrative Code by codifying a grant award process to, among other things: 1) require, with certain exceptions, a competitive solicitation; 2) require advertisement of solicitations and set forth evaluation criteria of grant proposals; 3) reserve the City’s right to cancel, reject, and/or readvertise solicitations; 4) list required grant terms; 5) set forth requirements for the head of a granting agency in making a sole source grant determination; 6) authorize the Purchaser to promulgate rules and regulations for effectively carrying out the requirements of this Ordinance; 7) set forth grant requirements based on a grant’s funding source; 8) set forth administrative debarment procedures; and 9) set forth the requirements for the advertisement and notice of availability of rebate and incentive programs.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210696 2 Mayoral Appointment, Historic Preservation Commission - Jason WrightMotionPassedMotion approving the Mayor’s nomination for appointment of Jason Wright to the Historic Preservation Commission, for a term ending December 31, 2024.APPROVEDPass Action details Video Video
210709 1 Hearing - Appeal of Conditional Use Authorization Approval - 575 Vermont StreetHearingUnfinished BusinessHearing of persons interested in or objecting to the approval of a Conditional Use Authorization pursuant to Sections 209.1, 303, and 307 of the Planning Code, for a proposed project at 575 Vermont Street, Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 4010, Lot No. 006, identified in Planning Case No. 2020-000886CUA, issued by the Planning Commission by Motion No. 20921, dated May 13, 2021, to allow demolition of an existing single family home and construction of a new, four-story, 40-foot tall residential building containing two dwelling units, one accessory dwelling unit, one off-street automobile parking space, and three class one bicycle parking spaces within the RH-2 (Residential, House, Two-Family) Zoning District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District. (District 10) (Appellants: Marion Parr, Scott Carr, Ron Altoonian, Victoria Carradero, and Chris Stephens) (Filed June 11, 2021)CONTINUED OPENPass Action details Video Video
210710 1 Approving Conditional Use Authorization - 575 Vermont StreetMotionUnfinished BusinessMotion approving the decision of the Planning Commission by its Motion No. 20921, approving a Conditional Use Authorization, identified as Planning Case No. 2020-000886CUA, for a proposed project located at 575 Vermont Street; and making environmental findings, and findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
210711 1 Conditionally Disapproving Conditional Use Authorization - 575 Vermont StreetMotionUnfinished BusinessMotion conditionally disapproving the decision of the Planning Commission by its Motion No. 20921, approving a Conditional Use Authorization, identified as Planning Case No. 2020-000886CUA, for a proposed project at 575 Vermont Street, subject to the adoption of written findings by the Board in support of this determination.CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
210712 1 Preparation of Findings Related to Conditional Use Authorization - 575 Vermont StreetMotionUnfinished BusinessMotion directing the Clerk of the Board to prepare findings in support of the Board of Supervisors' disapproval of the proposed Conditional Use Authorization, identified as Planning Case No. 2020-000886CUA, for a proposed project at 575 Vermont Street.CONTINUEDPass Action details Not available
210496 1 Health Code - Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Warning for AdvertisementsOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Health Code to repeal the requirement that advertisements for sugar-sweetened beverages include a warning about the potentially harmful health effects of consuming such beverages.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210490 1 Joint Stipulation - American Beverage Association, California State Outdoor Advertising Association, and California Retailers Association - $0OrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance authorizing the entry of a joint stipulation in the lawsuit filed by the American Beverage Association, California State Outdoor Advertising Association, and California Retailers Association against the City and County of San Francisco; the lawsuit was filed on July 24, 2015, in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Case No. 3:15-cv-03415 EMC; entitled American Beverage Association et al. v. City and County of San Francisco; the lawsuit claims that the City’s sugar-sweetened beverage warning law, codified in Article 42 of the San Francisco Health Code, violates the United States Constitution; the joint stipulation provides for dismissal of the lawsuit if the City repeals Article 42 of the San Francisco Health Code and conditionally extends Plaintiffs’ time to file a motion for attorneys’ fees and costs by four years.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210636 1 Mental Health Services Act Annual Update - FY2021-2022ResolutionPassedResolution authorizing adoption of the San Francisco Mental Health Services Act Annual Update Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210772 1 Purchase of Real Property - TC II 888 Post, LLC - 888 Post Street - Homelessness and Supportive Housing - $29,000,000ResolutionPassedResolution approving the Director of Property, on behalf of the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, to execute a purchase and sale agreement for the purchase of real property located at 888 Post Street, for $29,000,000 plus typical closing costs, from TC II 888 Post, LLC; and authorizing the Director of Property to execute documents, make certain modifications and take certain actions in furtherance of the Purchase Agreement, the Purchase Option, the Lease and this Resolution, as defined herein.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
210773 1 Real Property Lease Extension - Opera Plaza, L.P. - Administrative Offices - 601 Van Ness Avenue - $363,132 Annual Base RentResolutionPassedResolution authorizing the Director of Property, on behalf of the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, to exercise a Lease Extension Option for approximately 8,646 rentable square feet of office space located at 601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite P, with Opera Plaza L.P., for use as administrative offices, for an extended term to commence on the later of August 1, 2021, or approval of this Resolution, and terminating on July 31, 2026, at the monthly base rent of $30,261 for a total annual base rent of $363,132 in the initial year of the extended term, plus an annual $1 per square foot increase each August 1 thereafter; and authorizing the Director of Property to execute documents, make certain modifications and take certain actions in furtherance of exercising the Lease Extension Option and this Resolution, as defined herein.ADOPTEDPass Action details Video Video
201151 2 Various Codes - Construction and Demolition Debris RecoveryOrdinanceFirst ReadingOrdinance amending the Environment, Public Works, Health, and Administrative Codes to require transporters of construction and demolition debris to obtain a temporary or annual permit from the Department of Environment for each vehicle and debris box used for such transport and to comply with permit conditions; to require facilities that process such debris to comply with updated registration conditions; to require each person who conducts full demolition projects as permitted by the Department of Building Inspection and submits to the Director of the Department of Environment a material reduction and recovery plan to provide for at least 75% recovery away from disposal instead of 65% as required under existing law, and to verify this recovery rate after completing the project; to authorize the Director to impose administrative penalties for violations; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.   Action details Video Video
210563 3 Environment Code - Climate Action PlanOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Environment Code to update the City’s climate action goals and planning process, and establish departmental roles and responsibilities; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.AMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
210563 4 Environment Code - Climate Action PlanOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Environment Code to update the City’s climate action goals and planning process, and establish departmental roles and responsibilities; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
210563 5 Environment Code - Climate Action PlanOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Environment Code to update the City’s climate action goals and planning process, and establish departmental roles and responsibilities; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.PASSED ON FIRST READING AS AMENDEDPass Action details Not available
210603 2 Administrative Code - Effect Of COVID-19 On Commercial LeasesOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to establish a rebuttable presumption that a commercial tenant who was legally required to shut down due to COVID-19 may be excused from having to pay rent that came due during the shutdown.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210698 1 Administrative Code - Displaced Tenant Preference in City Affordable HousingOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to eliminate the expiration of a preference in City affordable housing for Displaced Tenants due to a fire (Category 3), and extend the period for which a Displaced Tenant due to fire may utilize the preference, from three to six years.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210674 2 Planning Code - Code Corrections OrdinanceOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Planning Code to correct typographical errors, update outdated cross-references, and make non-substantive revisions to clarify or simplify Code language; 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 general welfare under Planning Code, Section 302.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210559 2 Administrative Code - Approval of Surveillance Technology Policies for Multiple City DepartmentsOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance approving Surveillance Technology Policies governing the use of 1) Audio Recorders (ShotSpotter) by the Police Department, 2) Automatic License Plate Readers by the Airport, Public Works, Recreation and Park Department, and Police Department, 3) Drones by the Fire Department, Port, Public Works, Public Utilities Commission, Recreation and Park Department, and Department of Technology, 4) Security Cameras by the Airport, Arts Commission, Asian Art Museum, Department of Child Support Services, City Administrator, Department of Technology, Department of Emergency Management, Fire Department, Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, Department of Human Resources, Human Services Agency, Library, Municipal Transportation Agency, Port, Public Utilities Commission, Department of Public Health, Recreation and Park Department, Rent Board, and War Memorial, and 5) Radio Frequency Identification by the Library; making required findings in support of said approvals; and amending the Administrative Code to require departments to post each Board-approved Surveillance Technology PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210599 1 Administrative Code - Establishing the Sunset Chinese Cultural DistrictOrdinanceMayors OfficeOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to establish the Sunset Chinese Cultural District in and around the Sunset neighborhood; to require the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development to submit written reports and recommendations to the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor describing the cultural attributes of the District and proposing strategies to acknowledge and preserve the cultural legacy of the District; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.PASSED ON FIRST READINGPass Action details Video Video
210751 2 Appointments, Redistricting Task Force - Jeremy Lee, Jose Maria (Chema) Hernandez Gil, and J. Michelle PierceMotionPassedMotion appointing Jeremy Lee, Jose Maria (Chema) Hernandez Gil, and J. Michelle Pierce, indefinite terms, to the Redistricting Task Force.APPROVEDPass Action details Video Video
210819 1 Condemning the Suspension of U.S. Track Athlete Sha’Carri RichardsonResolutionPassedResolution condemning the suspension of U.S. Track Athlete Sha’Carri Richardson and urging the United States Anti-Doping Agency and World Anti-Doping Agency to change the classification of cannabis and remove it from its list of prohibited substances.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
210821 1 Urging Privacy and Preventing Unnecessary Harm for Trans and Non-Binary Residents Seeking Court Ordered Name and Gender Changes in Superior CourtsResolutionPassedResolution urging Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Legislature to extend privacy and safety measures to guarantee that all residents petitioning the California Superior Court for an order changing their name or gender marker for the purpose of reflecting their authentic gender identity, can proceed under seal, and that both the petition and the final court order would be sealed from public viewing, with an option for the petitioner to elect to opt-out of these protections and proceed publicly.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
210822 1 Supporting Assembly Bill No. 990 (Santiago) - Family Unity - Incarcerated Persons’ Visiting RightsResolutionPassedResolution supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 990, “Family Unity - Incarcerated Persons’ Visiting Rights,” authored by Assembly Member Miguel Santiago (AD-53), to establish personal visits for incarcerated people as a right.ADOPTEDPass Action details Not available
210790 1 Final Map No. 9940 - 1266-1298 Howard Street & 165-173 9th StreetMotionPassedMotion approving Final Map No. 9940, a merger and four lot vertical subdivision, 129 residential new condominium units within vertical lot 1 and 6 commercial new condominium units within vertical lot 2, mixed-use condominium project, located at 1266-1298 Howard Street & 165-173 9th Street, being a merger and subdivision of Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 3728, Lot Nos. 019, 024, 025, 086, & 087; and adopting findings pursuant to the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.APPROVEDPass Action details Not available
210799 1 Final Map No. 9699 - 495 Cambridge StreetMotionPassedMotion approving Final Map No. 9699, a 54 unit residential condominium project, located at 495 Cambridge Street, being a subdivision of Assessor’s Parcel Block No. 5992A, Lot No. 071; and adopting findings pursuant to the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.APPROVEDPass Action details Not available
210800 1 Final Map 9677 - Hunters View Phase 3MotionPassedMotion approving Final Map 9677 (relating to a project known as Hunters View Phase 3), the re-subdivision of Lot 10, Final Map No. 5461, filed for record in Book DD of Survey Maps, at pages 90-97, Official Records, resulting in up to nine lots, including up to 310 condominium units for a mixed use residential and commercial project, subject to specified conditions; approving a Public Improvement Agreement related to Final Map 9677; and acknowledging findings pursuant to the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.CONTINUEDPass Action details Video Video
210835 1 Administrative Code - Local Business Enterprise ProgramOrdinance30 Day RuleOrdinance amending the Administrative Code to revise the Local Business Enterprise (LBE) and Non-Discrimination in Contracting Ordinance (Chapter 14B) to: 1) increase the LBE certification size thresholds and authorize an automatic increase to the thresholds every five years based on the consumer price index; 2) change the LBE certification size threshold term of calculation from an average of gross annual receipts in the prior three to the prior five years; 3) increase penalties for violations of Chapter 14B from up to 10% to up to 25% of the contract or subcontract amount; 4) require prime contractors to include LBE subcontractors’ approved payment requests in payment applications within 30 days of receipt of an invoice; 5) authorize application of separate LBE subcontract participation requirements for micro, small, and SBA-LBEs; 6) extend the bonding assistance program to certain City-funded construction projects; 7) authorize a pilot Mentor-Protégé expansion program, a pilot micro-LBE set-aside program for certain design-build and construction manager/general contractor projects   Action details Not available
210836 1 Public Works Code - Street Tree Planting and RemovalOrdinance30 Day RuleOrdinance amending the Public Works Code to eliminate administrative objections to removal of Hazard Street Trees, require Public Works to plant replacement Street Trees within 120 days of removal, require that Street Trees removed without a permit be replaced by Street Trees of equal size, require that Tree protection plans include the applicant’s acknowledgement of potential Tree replacement costs, and set maximum administrative penalties for removing or injuring Street Trees; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.   Action details Not available
210837 1 Apply for Grant - Department of Housing and Community Development Infill Infrastructure Program - Balboa Reservoir ProjectResolutionPending Committee ActionResolution 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 Department of Housing and Community Development Infill Infrastructure (“IIG”) Program for the project area located generally north of the Ocean Avenue commercial district, west of City College of San Francisco Ocean Campus, east of the Westbrook Park neighborhood, and south of Archbishop Riodan High School (“Balboa Reservoir”); authorizing the City to assume liability for completion of the project required by the terms of any grant awarded under the IIG Program; and adopting findings under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), the CEQA Guidelines, and Administrative Code, Chapter 31.   Action details Not available
210838 1 Contract Modification - Siemens Mobility, Inc. - Option for 30 Light Rail Vehicles - $130,409,780 Plus Escalation CostsResolutionPending Committee ActionApproving Modification No. 10 to Municipal Transportation Agency Contract No. 2013-19: Procurement of New Light Rail Vehicles, with Siemens Mobility, Inc., to exercise an option to procure 30 additional light rail vehicles in the amount of $130,409,780 plus applicable escalation costs, with cancellation provisions through June 2025, with no increase in the total Contract price or in the term of the Contract.   Action details Not available
210839 1 Supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 1256 (Quirk) - Employment Discrimination: Cannabis Screening TestResolutionMayors OfficeResolution supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 1256, authored by Assembly Member Bill Quirk, an anti-cannabis discrimination bill prohibiting employers from discriminating against hiring or terminating a person for testing positive for cannabis metabolites.   Action details Not available
210840 1 Approval of a 60-Day Extension for Planning Commission Review of Conditional Use Authorization for All Residential Mergers (File No. 210564)ResolutionMayors OfficeResolution extending by 60 days the prescribed time within which the Planning Commission may render its decision on an Ordinance (File No. 210564) amending the Planning Code to provide a density limit exception for Corner Lots in RH (Residential, House) zoning districts, to permit up to four dwelling units per lot; affirming the Planning Department’s California Environmental Quality Act determination; and making Planning Code, Section 302, findings, and making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.   Action details Not available
210841 1 Transit Month - September 2021ResolutionMayors OfficeResolution proclaiming September 2021 as the Sixth Annual San Francisco Transit Month in the City and County of San Francisco.   Action details Not available
210845 1 Ethel Davies Day - September 1, 2021ResolutionMayors OfficeResolution commending Ethel Davies on the occasion of her 100th birthday and declaring September 1, 2021, as Ethel Davies Day in the City and County of San Francisco.   Action details Not available
210852 1 Urging Support of Community-Initiated Beautification Projects on Public Property and for the Public GoodResolutionMayors OfficeResolution supporting and urging Departments to facilitate an easier process for community-initiated beautification projects on public property, including, but not limited to, the improvement projects for the Kensington Bridge, Havelock Bridge, Low Acuity Continuing Care facility in the Presidio, and the Richardson Triangle in Cow Hollow.   Action details Not available
210842 1 Urging President Joe Biden to Lift Title 42 Restrictions at the United States-Mexico Border that Prevents Individuals and Families Seeking Asylum to Enter the CountryResolutionMayors OfficeResolution urging President Joe Biden to fully lift Title 42 restrictions at the United States-Mexico border to allow vulnerable and exploited people seeking asylum, including single adults, LGBT couples, and families, to enter the country and to ease the growing humanitarian crisis at the border caused by policies hostile to migrants.   Action details Not available
210851 1 Urging the Federal Government to Cancel Student Loan DebtsResolutionMayors OfficeResolution urging the Federal Government to cancel student loan debts.   Action details Not available
210846 1 Reappointment, Commission on the Aging Advisory Council - Morningstar VancilMotionPassedMotion reappointing Morningstar Vancil, term ending March 31, 2022, to the Commission on the Aging Advisory Council.   Action details Not available
210847 1 Appointment, Bicycle Advisory Committee - Maelig MorvanMotionPassedMotion appointing Maelig Morvan, term ending November 19, 2022, to the Bicycle Advisory Committee.   Action details Not available
210848 1 Reappointment, Bicycle Advisory Committee - Mary Kay ChinMotionPassedMotion reappointing Mary Kay Chin, term ending November 19, 2022, to the Bicycle Advisory Committee.   Action details Not available
210849 1 Reappointment, Child Care Planning and Advisory Council - Beverly MeluginMotionPassedMotion appointing Beverly Melugin (resdency requirement waived), term ending March 19, 2022, to the Child Care Planning and Advisory Council.   Action details Not available
210843 1 Hearing - 311 Performance Data and Plans for Improving Responsiveness and CoordinationHearingPending Committee ActionHearing on the performance of San Francisco’s primary customary service response center, 311, and plans to address inefficiencies and improve coordination with City departments, community stakeholders and services, and the public, and how this relates to the Shine on SF Partnership; and requesting 311 and the Office of the Budget and Legislative Analyst to report.   Action details Not available
210747 2 Hearing - Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Reports - FYs 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 and COVID-Related DataHearingPending Committee ActionHearing on the City's collection and analysis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) data for Fiscal Years (FYs) 2019-2020, 2020-2021, and any COVID-related SOGI data, as available; and requesting the Department of Public Health, Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development, Human Services Agency, Department of Aging and Adult Services, Department of Children, Youth and their Families, and Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing to report.   Action details Not available
210844 1 Hearing - Short Term Rental and Intermediate Length Occupancy Rental Registration and EnforcementHearingPending Committee ActionHearing on short-term rental and intermediate length occupancy rental registration, complaints and enforcement activity, policy and programming updates; and requesting the Office of Short-Term Rental Administration and Enforcement, Planning Department, and the Rent Board to report.   Action details Not available
210796 1 Airport Professional Services Agreement Modification - Vanderlande Industries Inc. - Operate, Maintain and Repair Airport-Owned Passenger Boarding Bridges and Baggage Handling Systems - Not to Exceed $17,010,647ResolutionPending Committee ActionResolution approving Modification No. 3 to Airport Contract No. 50030.01, Vanderlande Industries Inc., to increase the contract amount by $4,262,816 for a new not to exceed contract amount of $17,010,647 to operate, maintain, and repair Airport-owned passenger boarding bridges and baggage handling systems in the domestic terminals; and to extend the contract term by one-year from October 1, 2021, through September 30, 2022, pursuant to Charter, Section 9.1189(b), to commence following Board approval.   Action details Not available
210797 1 Performance Contract Agreement - Retroactive - California Department of Health Care Services - Mental Health Services Act and Various ProgramsResolutionPending Committee ActionResolution retroactively authorizing the Department of Public Health to enter into Performance Contract No. 21-10108, with the California Department of Health Care Services, incorporating the Mental Health Services Act, Lanterman-Petris-Short Act, Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness, Community Mental Health Services Block Grant, Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Block Grant, and Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program for the period of July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2024.   Action details Not available
210798 1 Agreement Amendment - Retroactive - California Department of Health Care Services - Whole Person Care Pilot Program - Not to Exceed $197,589,948ResolutionPending Committee ActionResolution retroactively authorizing the Director of Health to sign an amended agreement with the California Department of Health Care Services for the Whole Person Care Pilot program to fund coordination of health, behavioral health, and social services in a patient-centered manner with the goal of improved beneficiary health and wellbeing through more efficient and effective use of resources, extending the program by one year, from January 1, 2021, through December 31, 2021, for a total agreement term of January 1, 2016, through December 31, 2021; and increasing the agreement amount by $35,839,948 for a total amount of $197,589,948.   Action details Not available