1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett
San Francisco, CA 94102-
City and County of San Francisco
Petitions and Communications
Clerk of the Board
Petitions and Communications received from May 25, 2018, through June 4, 2018, for reference by
the President to Committee considering related matters, or to be ordered filed by the Clerk on June
Personal information that is provided in communications to the Board of Supervisors is subject to
disclosure under the California Public Records Act and the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance.
Personal information will not be redacted.
From the Department of Public Health and San Francisco Public Library, pursuant to Administrative
Code, Section 10.170-1(H), submitting notice of a State grant line item budget revision in excess of
15% requiring funding agency approval. 2 reports. Copy: Each Supervisor (1)
From Public Works, submitting the results of the investigation to rename Phelan Avenue to Frida
Kahlo Way. File No. 180371. (2)
From Assembly Member Phil Ting, regarding the proposed legislation to rename Julius Kahn
Playground. File No. 180394. (3)
From the Capital Planning Committee, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 3.21, regarding
approval of the recommendation on the FY2018-2019 and FY2019-2020 General Fund Department
Capital Budget totaling $533 million. Copy: Each Supervisor. (4)
From Harlan L. Kelly, Jr., General Manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
(SFPUC), pursuant to Charter, Section 8B.125, submitting notice of a Correction of an Error in
Schedule B of Wastewater Service Rates for FY2018-2019 through FY2021-2022. Copy: Each
From the Department of Human Resources, submitting an Administrative Code, Chapter 12B, Waiver
Request. Copy: Each Supervisor. (6)
From the Office of the City Administrator, pursuant to Ordinance No. 189-16, placing Oklahoma,
effective November 1, 2018, on the Covered State List, which places a ban on City contracts and
travel to states with anti-LGBT laws. File No. 160425. Copy: Each Supervisor. (7)
From Jordan Park Improvement Association, regarding the SFMTA amending the Transportation
Code, Division II, Article 900. 2 letters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (8)
From the Family Council at St. Luke’s Hospital, regarding patient transfer concerns. File No. 170773.
Copy: Each Supervisor. (9)
From the Office of the Controller City Performance Unit’s Lean Team, submitting a report summarizing
the improvement work resulting from a project with the Recreation and Park Department’s Structural
Maintenance Yard. Copy: Each Supervisor. (10)
From Don and Karen Grey, regarding the need for renovation at the Children’s Library at the Mission
Branch of the San Francisco Public Library. Copy: Each Supervisor. (11)
From the California Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee, regarding proposition E.
Copy: Each Supervisor. (12)
From Daniel, regarding motorized scooters. Copy: Each Supervisor. (13)
From Tami Bryan, regarding the Police Commission appointments. File no. 180408 and 180409.
Copy: Each Supervisor. (14)
From Marie Ma, regarding the nomination of John Hamasaki to the Police Commission. File No.
180538. Copy: Each Supervisor. (15)
From Dorsey Nunn, Executive Director, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, regarding the
nomination of Anne Irwin to the Police Commission. Copy: Each Supervisor. (16)
From Bonnie and Robert White, regarding proposed legislation renaming Phelan Way to Frida Kahlo
Way. File No. 180371. Copy: Each Supervisor. (17)
From Tyler Shanahan, General Manager, Travelodge at the Presidio, regarding an issue with the Fire
Department. Copy: Each Supervisor. (18)
From concerned citizens, regarding the homeless in the City. Copy: Each Supervisor. 2 letters. (19)
From the Local Business Enterprise Advisory Committee (LBEAC), regarding proposed legislation
requiring a Citywide Project Labor Agreement for Public Works or Improvements Projects. File No.
170205. Copy: Each Supervisor. (20)
From Martin T. Lyon, regarding Tasers. Copy: Each Supervisor. (21)
From Marvis J. Phillips, regarding the proposed legislation to make 234-246 1st Street (a.k.a. Phillips
Building) a landmark. Copy: Each Supervisor. (22)
From the Office of Civic Engagement and Immigration Affairs, regarding the Immigrant Rights
Commission’s policy of separating children from their parents at the border. Copy: Each Supervisor.
From the Sheriff's Department, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 96A, submitting a 2018 First
Quarter report. Copy: Each Supervisor. (24)
From The Planning Department, submitting Addendum #3 to the Eastern Neighborhoods Rezoning
and Area Plans Final Environmental Impact Report. Copy: Each Supervisor. (25)