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July 02, 2001

Full Board Minutes

City and County of San Francisco

City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA94102-4689

City and County of San Francisco seal

MEETING MINUTES
Monday, July 2, 2001
2:00 PM
Legislative Chamber - Second Floor
Regular Meeting

Board of Supervisors


TOM AMMIANO, PRESIDENT
CHRIS DALY, MATT GONZALEZ, TONY HALL, MARK LENO,
SOPHIE MAXWELL, JAKE McGOLDRICK, GAVIN NEWSOM
AARON PESKIN, GERARDO SANDOVAL, LELAND Y. YEE


Members Present: Tom Ammiano, Chris Daly, Matt Gonzalez, Tony Hall, Mark Leno, Sophie Maxwell, Jake McGoldrick, Gavin Newsom, Aaron Peskin, Gerardo Sandoval, Leland Y. Yee.
Members Excused: None.
Members Absent: None.


ROLL CALL AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The meeting was called to order at 2:00 p.m.On call of the roll all Supervisors were noted present.

Quorum present.

Introduction of Guests
Supervisor Maxwell introduced the new Fire Chief, Mario Trevino.

Supervisor Peskin presented a commendation to Phil Frank regarding cartoon Farley.

AGENDA CHANGES
The President inquired if there were any changes to the agenda members were aware of which needed to be continued, tabled or considered differently.

Supervisor Newsom indicated the matter relating to Conditional Use appeal of 2489-2491 Washington Street, File 011137.(See infra.)

COMMUNICATIONS
Communication from Mayor Willie L Brown, Jr. vetoing File 010891, Tenant Home Ownership; Condominium Type Ownership Structures.
CONSENT AGENDA
Items 1 through 5
Recommendation of the Audit, Labor and Government Efficiency Committee
011135 [Settlement Of Lawsuit]
Ordinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit filed by Renee Craig against the City and County of San Francisco for $67,500.00; the lawsuit was filed on October 10, 2000 in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. 315711; entitled Renee Craig v. City and County of San Francisco, et al. (City Attorney)
PASSED, ON FIRST READING
Recommendation of the Public Health and Environment Committee
011082 [Grant funds to Arts Commission for Endangered Garden Sunnydale Pump Station]
Resolution authorizing the Director of the Arts Commission to accept and expend up to $15,000 in federal funds granted through the San Francisco Urban Resources Partnership which is administrated through the Natural Resources Conservation Service, the forest service of the United States Department of Agriculture and the Environment Protection Agency, for the restoration of the Endangered Garden Public Art Project at the Sunnydale Pump Station. (Arts Commission)
Enacted Number: 549-01
ADOPTED
Recommendations of the Rules Committee
001792 [Appointment]
Resolution appointing William Bisesto, James Matter, Stuart Smith, Douglas Bias, and Tony Hester, terms ending July 1, 2004, and Alan Shipley, term ending July 1, 2003, to the City-Wide Alcoholism Advisory Board.

William Bisesto, succeeding Ted Demisse, seat 6, term expired, must have professional, research or personal interest in alcoholism, for a new three-year term ending July 1, 2004; James Matter, succeeding William Bisesto, seat 7, term expired, must have professional, research, or personal interest in alcoholism, for a new three-year term ending July 1, 2004; Stuart Smith, succeeding himself, seat 8, term expired, must have professional, research, or personal interest in alcoholism, for a new three-year term ending July 1, 2004; Douglas Bias, succeeding himself, seat 9, term expired, must have professional, research, or personal interest in alcoholism, for a new three-year term ending July 1, 2004; Alan Shipley, succeeding Michael Lawlor, seat 11, must have professional, research, or personal interest in alcoholism, for unexpired portion of three-year term ending July 1, 2003; Tony Hester, succeeding James Matter, seat 15, term expired, must have professional, research, or personal interest in alcoholism, for a new three-year term ending July 1, 2004.

Enacted Number: 545-01
ADOPTED
011057 [Appointment]
Resolution appointing Ann Togia, Rose Toney, Deanna Rossi, Marie Hoemke, Mariaelena Alioto, Veroncia Lightfoot, Ann Melamed, Mary Higgins, Carolyn Noble, Peg Strub, Carla Furtado, Ben Loewy, Beth Saiki, Barbara Conner Andersen, Julie McKown, Lisa Kroon, Diedra Epps-Miller, John Balmes, and Micheal Walter Green, terms ending June 30, 2003, to the Asthma Task Force, waiving residency requirement.

Ann Togia, new appointment, seat 1, must be a representative of community-based organization that provides advocacy related to asthma issues in San Francisco, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Rose Toney, new appointment, seat 2, must be a representative of community-based organization that provides advocacy related to asthma issues in San Francisco, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Deanna Rossi, new appointment, seat 3, must be a representative of childcare coordinating/advocacy organizations, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Marie Hoemke (residency requirement waived), new appointment, seat 4, must be an individual who is either person with asthma, the parent of a child with asthma, or an asthma patient advocate, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Mariaelena Alioto, new appointment, seat 5, must be an individual who is either person with asthma, the parent of a child with asthma, or an asthma patient advocate, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Veroncia Lightfoot, new appointment, seat 6, must be an individual who is either person with asthma, the parent of a child with asthma, or an asthma patient advocate, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Ann Melamed, new appointment, seat 7, must be a representative of an environmental health/justice organization, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Mary Higgins, new appointment, seat 8, must be a representative of an environmental health/justice organization, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Carolyn Noble (residency requirement waived), new appointment, seat 9, must be a representative of a hospital association or health care provider institution, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003; Peg Strub, new appointment, seat 10, must be a representative of a hospital association or health care provider institution, for a new two-year term ending June 30, 2003;

Enacted Number: 548-01
ADOPTED
011144 [Appointment]
Resolution appointing Marcos Eusebio Gutierrez, term ending June 6, 2002, and Emi Gusukuma, Vram Kouramajian, Phu Nguyen, and Joseph Nwadibid, terms ending June 6, 2003, to the Immigrant Rights Commission, waiving residency requirement.

Marcos Eusebio Gutierrez (residency requirement waived), succeeding Renee Saucedo, Seat 5, must have a demonstrated knowledge of and interest in the health, human service, educational, or employment issues that affect immigrants residing in San Francisco, for the unexpired portion of a two-year term ending June 6, 2002; Emi Gusukuma, succeeding herself, Seat 6, must be an immigrant to the United States who is appointed in accordance with Section 4.101 of the Charter.In addition, members shall have a demonstrated knowledge of and interest in the health, human service, educational, or employment issues that affect immigrants residing in San Francisco, for a new two-year term ending June 6, 2003; Vram Kouramajian (residency requirement waived), succeeding herself, Seat 7, must have a demonstrated knowledge of and interest in the health, human service, educational, or employment issues that affect immigrants residing in San Francisco, for a new two-year term ending June 6, 2003; Phu Nguyen, succeeding himself, Seat 8, must be an immigrant to the United States who is appointed in accordance with Section 4.101 of the Charter.In addition, members shall have a demonstrated knowledge of and interest in the health, human service, educational, or employment issues that affect immigrants residing in San Francisco, for a new two-year term ending June 6, 2003; Joseph Nwadibid (residency requirement waived), succeeding Anita Friedman, Seat 10, must be an immigrant to the United States who is appointed in accordance with Section 4.101 of the Charter.In addition, members shall have a demonstrated knowledge of and interest in the health, human service, educational, or employment issues that affect immigrants residing in San Francisco, for a new two-year term ending June 6, 2003.

Enacted Number: 553-01
ADOPTED
The foregoing items were acted upon by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
REGULAR AGENDA
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
From the Clerk
011224 [Findings - 3620 19th Street]
Motion adopting findings related to the appeal of the Planning Commission's approval of Conditional Use Application No. 99.210C (which would have authorized the development of a residential project comprised of 43 dwelling units and 52 off-street parking spaces, required conditional use approval to develop the project as a Planned Unit Development, with exceptions from rear yard requirements and residential density standards within an RH-2 District and RH-3 District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District, on property located at 3620 19th Street, bounded by 19th Street, 18th Street, Oakwood Street and Guerrero Street), which findings support the decision of the Board of Supervisors to disapprove the decision of the Planning Commission and to approve the Conditional Use Application, subject to the conditions imposed by the Planning Commission and the additional; superseding conditions imposed by the Board of Supervisors. (Clerk of the Board)

(Companion measure to Files 010874, 010875, 10876, 010877.)

Supervisor Peskin moved to amend on Page 4, line 23 insert "p."to read:"The Project shall be in substantial compliance with the plans dated June 18, 2001, incorporated herein by reference, which plans were reviewed and considered by the Board of Supervisors on June 25, 2001 and are on file with the Clerk of the Board in File No. 011224."
AMENDED.
Supervisor Peskin, seconded by Supervisor Leno, moved that this Motion be APPROVED AS AMENDED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 10 - Ammiano, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Noes: 1 - Daly
From the Clerk
010881 [Sewer Service Charges, Fiscal Year 2001-2002] Mayor
Ordinance adopting and imposing schedules of sewer service charges to be paid by users for fiscal year 2001-2002 pursuant to Part II, Chapter X, Articles 4.1 and 4.2 of the San Francisco Municipal Code (Public Works Code). (Mayor)

(Transmittal date 5/29/01.)

Supervisor McGoldrick moved to refer this item to Committee.

This item must be acted upon by August 29, 2001, by the Board of Supervisors.

Supervisor McGoldrick, seconded by Supervisor Newsom, moved that this Ordinance be REFERRED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Recommendation of the Audit, Labor and Government Efficiency Committee
010965 [Settlement of Lawsuit]
Ordinance authorizing settlement of the lawsuit by Maximilian Castro against the City and County of San Francisco for $925,000; the lawsuit was filed on December 15, 2000 in San Francisco Superior Court, Case No. 317-475; entitled Maximilian Castro, et al., v. City and County of San Francisco, et al.; other material terms of said settlement are the possible one-time payment of reasonable cost of a future surgery as determined and ordered by the Hon. Sickles James, Judge. (City Attorney)
Enacted Number: 140-01
FINALLY PASSED by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Recommendation of the Economic Vitality, Small Business and Social Policy Committee
010884 [Appropriation, Educational Program for Waterfront Kids] Supervisor Sandoval
Ordinance appropriating $150,000 to fund a Marina Waterfront Educational Program for San Francisco youth administered by the Recreation and Park Department, for fiscal year 2000-01.

Supervisor Newsom dissenting in committee.

Supervisor Sandoval moved to continue to July 16, 2001.
Supervisor Sandoval, seconded by Supervisor Daly, moved that this Ordinance be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Recommendation of the Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee
010668 [Planning Code Amendment, Changing the Designation of 678 Mission Street as a Category III Building] Supervisor Peskin
Ordinance changing the designation of 678 Mission Street from Category V (Unrated) to Category III (Contributory) pursuant to Article 11 of the Planning Code, and amending Appendix C of Article 11 to include 678 Mission Street as a Category III building, and to limit alterations to the exterior of 678 Mission Street. (Planning Department)

(Planning Commission Resolution No. 16101 adopted February 22, 2001, Case No. 2000.077G; Report submitted by California Historical Society dated September 2000 on the historic and architectural significance of 678 Mission Street.)

Enacted Number: 162-01
FINALLY PASSED by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
NEW BUSINESS
Recommendation of the Audit, Labor and Government Efficiency Committee
010224 [Automatic Sprinklers in Residential Hotels] Supervisors Newsom, Daly, Leno, Maxwell
Ordinance amending the San Francisco Fire Code by adding Section 900.1.3 and the San Francisco Housing Code by amending Section 904, to require the installation of automatic sprinkler systems in residential hotels, as defined in the ordinance, and providing findings as to local conditions pursuant to the California Health and Safety Code.
PASSED ON FIRST READING by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Recommendation of the Public Health and Environment Committee
010142 [Charity Care Policy Reporting and Notice Requirement] Supervisors Maxwell, Ammiano, Leno, Daly, Peskin
Ordinance amending the San Francisco Health Code by adding Sections 129-137 to authorize the Department of Public Health to require hospitals to report on policies and amount of charity care provided and requiring patient notification of policies on charity care.
PASSED ON FIRST READING by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Recommendations of the Rules Committee
010946 [Treasure Island Development Authority] Mayor
Resolution approving the re-appointment of Mr. William Fazande to the Board of Directors of the Treasure Island Development Authority. (Mayor)
Enacted Number: 546-01
ADOPTED by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
010947 [Treasure Island Development Authority] Mayor
Resolution approving the appointment of Ms. Claudine Cheng to the Board of Directors of the Treasure Island Development Authority. (Mayor)
Enacted Number: 547-01
ADOPTED by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
011141 [Appointment]
Resolution appointing Supervisor Tony Hall as a member of the Board of Directors, Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District.

Supervisor Hall excused in Committee.

Supervisor Peskin moved to excuse Supervisor Hall.
Enacted Number: 550-01
Supervisor Peskin, seconded by Supervisor Newsom, moved that this Resolution be ADOPTED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 9 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Leno, Maxwell, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Absent: 1 - McGoldrick
Excused: 1 - Hall
011142 [Appointment]
Resolution appointing Supervisor Sophie Maxwell as a member to the Peninsula Corridor Study Joint Powers Board.
Supervisor Leno moved to excuse Supervisor Maxwell.
Enacted Number: 551-01
Supervisor Leno, seconded by Supervisor Yee, moved that this Resolution be ADOPTED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 9 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Absent: 1 - McGoldrick
Excused: 1 - Maxwell
011143 [Appointment]
Resolution appointing Supervisor Aaron Peskin of the Board of Supervisors to the Bay Conservation and Development Commission.
Supervisor Daly moved to excuse Supervisor Peskin.
Enacted Number: 552-01
Supervisor Daly, seconded by Supervisor Leno, moved that this Resolution be ADOPTED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 10 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Sandoval, Yee
Excused: 1 - Peskin
010856 [Charter Amendment - Elective Officials] Supervisors Gonzalez, Leno
Charter amendment (First Draft) to repeal the current Section 13.102 and add a new Section 13.102 to provide for the election of the Mayor, Sheriff, District Attorney, City Attorney, Treasurer, Assessor-Recorder, Public Defender, and members of the Board of Supervisors using a ranked-choice, or "instant run-off" ballot, to require that City voting systems be compatible with a ranked-choice system, and setting date and conditions for the implementation.

This item will be presented to the voters during the March 2002 elections.

Supervisor Leno requested to be added as a co-sponsor.

Supervisor Gonzalez moved to continue to July 9, 2001.

Supervisor Gonzalez, seconded by President Ammiano, moved that this Charter Amendment be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
From Rules Committee "Without Recommendation"
011026 [SB 307, California Japantown Preservation Pilot Project] Supervisors Gonzalez, Peskin
Resolution urging the Governor and State Legislature to support SB 307 which would create, until July 1, 2004, the California Japantown Preservation Pilot Project, which would require the State Librarian to provide a one-time grant to the City of Los Angeles, the City of San Jose, and the City and County of San Francisco, for the purposes of aiding in the preparation, adoption, or implementation of specific plans that promote the preservation of existing Japantown neighborhoods in those jurisdictions.
Supervisor Gonzalez moved to continued to July 9, 2001.
Supervisor Gonzalez, seconded by Supervisor Leno, moved that this Resolution be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
From Rules Committee With Recommendation "Do Not Pass"
011001 [Ethics Commission Regulation]
Motion vetoing proposed regulation number 67-33-1, adopted by the Ethics Commission on May 14, 2001, that would clarify the time and manner for filing the annual Sunshine Ordinance declaration required by San Francisco Administrative Code 67.33 - Department Head Declaration. (Clerk of the Board)

(Pursuant to Charter Sec. 15.102, Regulations adopted by the Ethics Commission become effective 60 days after the date of adoption unless two-thirds of the members of the Board of Supervisors vote to veto the regulations during the 60-day period.)

Enacted Number: M01-78
NOT APPROVED by the following vote:
Noes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
011002 [Ethics Commission Regulations]
Motion vetoing proposed regulation numbers 1.140(k)-1, 1.140(o)-1, 1.142(a)-1, 1.142(a)-2, 1.142(a)-3, 1.144(c)-1, 1.144(d)-1, 1.144(e)-1, 1.148(b)-1, 1.148(d)-1, 1.114-1, 1.128-1, 3.710(a)-1, 3.710(b)-1, 3.710(c)-1, 3.710(d)-1, 3.715(a)-1, 3.715(a)-2, 3.720(a)-1, and 3.730-1, adopted by the Ethics Commission on May 14, 2001, that would implement Propositions O and J (November 7, 2000) and clarify related provisions of the City's Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code. (Clerk of the Board)

(Pursuant to Charter Sec. 15.102, Regulations adopted by the Ethics Commission become effective 60 days after the date of adoption unless two-thirds of the members of the Board of Supervisors vote to veto the regulations during the 60-day period.)

Enacted Number: M01-79
NOT APPROVED by the following vote:
Noes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
SPECIAL ORDER 3:00 P.M.
011137 [Appeal, Conditional Use, 2489-2491 Washington Street]
Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the decision of the Planning Commission by its Motion No.16161 dated May 10, 2001, approving Conditional Use Application No. 2000.1244C, subject to certain conditions, to mount a total of three panel antennas on the roof and install a non-occupied telephone equipment room on the basement level, as part of Sprint's wireless telecommunications network on a 2-story over basement commercial building, within the Upper Fillmore Neighborhood Commercial District (NCD) and a 40-X Height and Bulk District, pursuant to Section 718.83 of the Planning Code, on property located at: 2489-2491 Washington Street, southeast corner at Fillmore Street; Lot 022, in Assessor's Block 0612.

(Appeal filed on June 11, 2001; Categorically exempt from environmental review process pursuant to Class 1 exemptions of Title 14 of the California Administrative Code; companion measure to Files 011138, 011139, 011140; District 2.)

Supervisor Newsom moved to continue to July 16, 2001.
Supervisor Newsom, seconded by Supervisor Leno, moved that this Hearing be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
Pursuant to Government Code Section 65009, notice is hereby given:If you challenge the above matter in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described above, or in written correspondence delivered to the Board of Supervisors, (1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244; San Francisco, CA 94102-4689) at, or prior to, the public hearing.
From the Clerk
(Only one of the following two motions should be adopted)
011138 [Appeal, Conditional Use, 2489-2491 Washington Street]
Motion approving decision of the Planning Commission by its Motion No. 16161 approving Conditional Use Application No. 2000.1244C, on property located at 2489-2491 Washington Street, southeast corner at FillmoreStreet, and adopting findings pursuant to Planning Code Section 101.1. (Clerk of the Board)
Supervisor Newsom moved to continue to July 16, 2001.
Supervisor Newsom, seconded by Supervisor Leno, moved that this Motion be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
011139 [Appeal, Conditional Use, 2489-2491 Washington Street]
Motion disapproving decision of the Planning Commission by its Motion No. 16161 approving Conditional Use Application No. 2000.1244C, on property located at 2489-2491 Washington Street, southeast corner at FillmoreStreet, and adopting findings pursuant to Planning Code Section 101.1. (Clerk of the Board)
Supervisor Newsom moved to continue to July 16, 2001.
Supervisor Newsom, seconded by Supervisor Leno, moved that this Motion be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
011140 [Findings - 2489-2491 Washington Street]
Motion directing the Clerk of the Board to prepare findings relating to proposed Conditional Use Application No. 2000.1244C, on property located at 2489-2491 Washington Street, southeast corner at Fillmore Street, for action by the Board at its next meeting. (Clerk of the Board)
Supervisor Newsom moved to continue to July 16, 2001.
Supervisor Newsom, seconded by Supervisor Leno, moved that this Motion be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes: 11 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval, Yee
PUBLIC COMMENT
Abdalla Megahed, foreign people;

John Bardis, City budget;

Roger Beasley, pedestrian safety for schools, senior centers;

Eric Hill, animal protection;

Philip Carlson, hearings on 2000 audit;

John DeYoung, beautiful Market Street;

Bill Henslin, cell phone antennas;

Julliet Kelly, cell phone antennas;

Ward, cell phone antennas;

Jennifer Nedameyer, cell phone antennas;

Sella Ovelvern, cell phone antennas;

Gloria Gardner, cell phone antennas;

Kate, cell phone antennas;

Mrs. Gilla, need housing;

Crytal Marquez, cell phone antennas;

Maria Martinez, broken windows in public housing;

Female speaker, more housing;

Victoria, housing for seniors;

Roberto Hernandez, City budget, gang problem;

Father Thomas Quintas, Excelsior Clinic;

Downey Chung, Excelsior Clinic;

Shanno Dodge, Excelsior Clinic;

Tracy Bown Galardo, Excelsior Clinic;

Maria Gonzalez, young queens on the rise funding;

Joanna Brody, queens on the rise funding;

Bob Planthold, Excelsior Clinic;

Edmund, drug treatment program.

FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE
These measures are introduced for adoption without committee reference.A unanimous vote is required for adoption of a resolution today.Any Supervisor may require any resolution to go to committee.
Items 28 through 41
011204 [Office of Adolescent Health] Supervisors Leno, Maxwell, Newsom, McGoldrick
Resolution urging the San Francisco Department of Public Health to create an Office of Adolescent Health.
Enacted Number: 554-01
ADOPTED
011206 [Extending Time-Live/Work units as "loft housing"] Supervisor Hall
Resolution extending the prescribed time within which the Planning Commission may render its decision on a proposed ordinance to amend the Planning Code to redefine "live/work" units as "loft housing".
Enacted Number: 555-01
ADOPTED
011207 [Storage Space at 150 Otis Street] Supervisors Newsom, Daly
Resolution urging the Department of Human Services to increase the amount of storage space at 150 Otis Street from one floor to three floors.
Enacted Number: 556-01
ADOPTED
011208 [SB 877, Arsenic-Treated Wood] Supervisors Peskin, Newsom, Daly
Resolution supporting Senate Bill 877, known as the Arsenic-Treated Wood Mandatory Labeling Act, which mandates that all arsenic-treated wood is labeled appropriately.
Enacted Number: 557-01
ADOPTED
011209 [Opposing Separate Schools for Homeless Children] Supervisors Yee, Daly
Resolution opposing separate schools for homeless children.
Enacted Number: 558-01
ADOPTED
011210 [Settlement Agreement] Supervisors Sandoval, Daly
Resolution urging City agencies approving building permits or taking other actions to authorize construction on the rezoned lots to make their actions consistent with the settlement agreement between New Mission Terrace Improvement Association and the developer, COMAC Investments Inc.
Enacted Number: 559-01
ADOPTED
011211 [Commendation] Supervisor Leno
Resolution commending Dana International for her global success and community leadership.
Enacted Number: 560-01
ADOPTED
011212 [Commendation] Supervisors Maxwell, Newsom
Resolution commending Angela and Philip Siharath for their continued commitment and dedication to the City's children, working families, and caregivers.
Enacted Number: 561-01
ADOPTED
011213 [Commendation] Supervisors Newsom, Hall
Resolution commending the Rev. Ishmeal Burch, organizer of the annual San Francisco Juneteenth Festival and Parade honoring the independence of African American slaves in Texas and the African American community in the City and County of San Francisco.
Enacted Number: 562-01
ADOPTED
011214 [Commendation] Supervisors Peskin, Leno, Hall, Newsom
Resolution commending the Chinese American Association of Commerce for its valuable contributions to the community on the occasion of its 21st anniversary and declaring July 28, 2001 as "Chinese American Association of Commerce Day" in San Francisco.
Enacted Number: 563-01
ADOPTED
011194 [Final Map for a 6 Unit Condominium Project]
Motion approving Final Map of 1344 Balboa Street, a Residential Condominium Project, being a subdivision of Lot 18, Assessor's Block No. 1557, and adopting findings pursuant to City Planning Code Section 101.1 (Public Works Department)

(DPW Order No. 172,773; District 1.)

Enacted Number: M01-80
APPROVED
011195 [Final Map for a 11 Unit Commercial / Residential Condominium Project]
Motion approving Final Map of 500 Masonic Avenue, a Commercial / Residential Condominium Project, being a subdivision of Lot 8A, Assessor's Block No. 1175, and adopting findings pursuant to City Planning Code Section 101.1 (Public Works Department)

(DPW Order No. 173,018; District 5.)

Enacted Number: M01-81
APPROVED
011219 [Needle Exchange Emergency] Supervisors Ammiano, Newsom, Yee, Leno, Daly, Peskin, McGoldrick, Maxwell
Motion concurring in the determination of the Mayor for the continued need for the declaration of emergency in connection with the needle exchange program.
Enacted Number: M01-82
APPROVED
The foregoing items were acted upon by the following vote:
Ayes: 9 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval
Absent: 2 - Maxwell, Yee
SEVERED FROM FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE
011205 [Mid-Income Housing Task Force] Supervisors Daly, McGoldrick
Resolution establishing the Mid-Income Housing Task Force.
Supervisor McGoldrick requested this item be severed and considered seperately.
SEVERED FROM FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA.
Supervisor McGolderick requested this item be referred to the Rules Committee.
REFERRED to the Rules Committee by the following vote:
Ayes: 9 - Ammiano, Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin, Sandoval
Absent: 2 - Maxwell, Yee
OFF-AGENDA LEGISLATION
Introduced by Supervisors or Mayor
Ordinances
011238 [Repeal Credit of Surplus Business Tax Revenue] Supervisor Ammiano
Ordinance amending the Business and Tax Regulations Code to repeal Section 906E of Article 12-A to eliminate the Credit of Surplus Business Tax Revenue.
7/2/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Finance Committee, expires on 8/1/2001. 7/17/01, Referred to the Small Business Commission.
011239 [School Passenger Loading Zones] Supervisor McGoldrick
Ordinance amending San Francisco Traffic Code Section 38.1 requiring the designation of white zones at all pre-K through 12 schools for the loading and unloading of passengers during school hours.
7/2/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee, expires on 8/1/2001.
011240 [School Bus Loading Zones] Supervisor McGoldrick
Ordinance amending San Francisco Traffic Code Section 33.5 establishing special school bus loading zones at all pre-K through 12 school sites.
7/2/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee, expires on 8/1/2001.
011241 [Finance Committee approval of transfers exceeding five percent] Supervisor Peskin
Ordinance amendingSection 3.18 of the San Francisco Administrative Code to provide that transfers of appropriated funds within the same fund and governmental unit which exceed five percent of the original appropriation shall be approved by the Finance Committee of the Board of Supervisors.
7/2/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Finance Committee, expires on 8/1/2001.
011242 [Requiring situs and/or street name on recorded documents] Supervisor Yee
Ordinance amending Article 12C of Part III of the San Francisco Municipal Code (Real Property Tax) by amending Section 1102.1 thereto to require that every document pertaining to real property that is submitted for recordation show on the face of the document the commonly-known situs and/or street name and number of the real property described therein.
7/2/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Finance Committee, expires on 8/1/2001.
011271 [Passenger zones designated as tow-away zones] Supervisor McGoldrick
Ordinance amending San Francisco Traffic Code Section 38.C authorizing the towing away of vehicles parked in designated passenger loading zones.
7/2/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee, expires on 8/1/2001.
Resolutions
011203 [Live/Work Task Force] Supervisor Ammiano
Resolution extending the deadline for the Live/Work Task Force until July 22, 2001, authorizing the Task Force to submit its report to the Board of Supervisors on July 22, 2001 and ratifying all meetings of the votes taken by the Task Force between July 1, 2001 and the effective date of this resolution.
6/25/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Rules Committee.
7/2/01, SUBSTITUTED. Supervisor Ammiano submitted a substitute resolution bearing new title.
7/2/01, ASSIGNED to Rules Committee.
011243 [Continuum of Care Plan] Supervisor Gonzalez
Resolution amending the Continuum of Care Plan to make the City department representatives on the Local Homeless Coordinating Board non-voting members and designating that two of the neighborhood/community representatives be appointed by the Board of Supervisors.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Rules Committee.
011244 [Fluorescent yellow-green school crossing] Supervisor McGoldrick
Resolution urging the Department of Parking and Traffic to install new oversized, state approved florescent yellow-green school crossing and pedestrian crossing signage and yellow ladder style markings at crosswalks contiguous to all pre-K through grade 12 posted school zones and ladder style crosswalks contiguous to senior centers, senior housing complexes, hospitals, major parks, youth recreation centers, public museums, and performing arts centers.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee.
011245 [Violeta Marasigan Avenue Rename] Supervisors Sandoval, Daly
Resolution renaming Phelan Avenue, from Flood Avenue to Ocean Avenue, Violeta Marasigan Avenue.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Neighborhood Services and Parks Committee. 7/11/01, Referred to Public Works, Parking and Traffic, Chief of Police, and Fire Department for review and comments. 8/2/01, From Emergency Communications Department (SFPD), responding that there would be excessive work at City College if name changed. 8/7/01, From Department of Parking and Traffic, responding that City College would experience most impact from change.
011246 [Grant for Mentally Ill Offender Program] Supervisor Sandoval
Resolution authorizing the Sheriff's Department to accept a grant in the amount of $3,488,400 from the State Board of Corrections and expend the amount of $1,142,372 for a Mentally Ill Crime Reduction Demonstration Grant (MIOCRG).
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Economic Vitality, Small Business and Social Policy Committee.
011247 [SB 531, California Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard] Supervisors Ammiano, Leno, Peskin, Maxwell
Resolution supporting Senate Bill 531 (Sher), establishing a renewable energy portfolio standard requiring that twenty percent (20%) of California's energy come from renewable resources by 2010.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011248 [Gift - Recreation and Park Department] Supervisors Hall, Newsom
Resolution approving the acceptance and expenditure of a gift valued at approximately $600,000.00 from the Byron Dorn, Jr. Revocable Trust for maintenance and improvement of existing parks in San Francisco.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011249 [Foster Youth Transition into Adulthood] Supervisors Newsom, Leno, Maxwell
Resolution acknowledging an on-going responsibility to foster youth as they transition into adulthood and ensuring that the City and County of San Francisco will meet that responsibility by helping to provide safe affordable, and supportive housing for these youth.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011250 [Battery Recycling Program] Supervisors Sandoval, Peskin
Resolution urging the City and County of San Francisco to request that City departments purchase and use only rechargeable batteries and urging the City and County of San Francisco to increase battery recycling.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011251 [Confucius Day] Supervisors Yee, Hall
Resolution celebrating the teachings of Confucius and proclaiming September 28, 2001, "Confucius Day" in the City and County of San Francisco.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011252 [Filipino Veterans] Supervisors Yee, Leno, Peskin, Newsom, Hall, Daly
Resolution urging the President and Congress of the United States to recognize and restore U.S. Veterans status, with equal and full military benefits and compensations under programs administered by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Filipino World War II Veterans.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011253 [ACA 10, Educational Revenue] Supervisor Leno
Resolution urging passage of ACA 10, Assemblyman David Cogdill's educational revenue augmentation fund bill.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011254 [Commendation] Supervisors Leno, Maxwell, McGoldrick, Daly
Resolution commending the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for awarding nearly $448 million in new vouchers to subsidize the cost of housing for 79,000 families, 1,385 of which will be distributed in San Francisco at a value of $14,507,187.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011255 [Commendation] Supervisors Maxwell, Leno, McGoldrick, Newsom, Daly
Resolution commending James B. Morales for his dedication and service upon his departure from the Redevelopment Agency of the City and County of San Francisco.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011256 [Proclamation] Supervisors Peskin, Leno, Newsom
Resolution declaring July 2, 2001 Phil Frank Day in the City and County of San Francisco to honor the cartoonist Phil Frank.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011257 [Commendation] Supervisors Yee, Newsom
Resolution commending Commissioner Harry Paretchan on the occasion of his retirement from the Health Service System Board after 35 years of service to the City and County of San Francisco.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011258 [Commendation] Supervisors Leno, Daly
Resolution commending the SMMILE Board and the South of Market Bare Chest Calendar for outstanding service to the community and contributions to local charity organizations.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
Charter Amendment
010597 [Power and Water Authority] Supervisors Newsom, Hall
Charter amendment (Fifth Draft) to repeal Sections 4.112, 16.103 and A8.508, amend Sections 9.107, 3.101 and A8.500, and add new Sections 4.134, 4.135, 4.136, 4.137, 4.138 and 4.139 to: eliminate the Public Utilities Commission; form a Power and Water Authority which shall succeed to all powers and responsibilities of the Public Utilities Commission and, in addition, be responsible for the generation, sale and transmission of electricity, steam and other energy and be responsible for proposing ordinances setting energy and water efficiency goals and standards that may become effective without action by the Board of Supervisors; and remove authority for the transfer of excess surplus utility funds to the City's General Fund.

(Fiscal impact.)

4/2/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Rules Committee, expires on 5/2/2001.
4/9/01, SUBSTITUTED. Supervisor Newsom submitted a substitute charter amendment (Second Draft) bearing new title.
4/9/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Rules Committee, expires on 5/9/2001.
4/16/01, SUBSTITUTED. Supervisor Newsom submitted a substitute charter amendment (Third Draft), approved as to form, bearing new title.
4/16/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Rules Committee, expires on 5/16/2001.
5/21/01, SUBSTITUTED. Supervisor Newsom submitted a substitute charter amendment (Fourth Draft), approved as to form, bearing new title.
5/21/01, ASSIGNED UNDER 30 DAY RULE to Rules Committee, expires on 6/20/2001.
7/2/01, CALLED FROM COMMITTEE. Pursuant to Rule 2.14 Supervisor Newsom called this measure from the Rule Committee for consideration July 16, 2001.
Pursuant to Rule 2.14 Supervisor Newsom called this measure from the Rule Committee for consideration July 16, 2001.
CALLED FROM COMMITTEE.
Requests for Hearing
011259 [AT&T Cable Services] Supervisor Ammiano
Hearing to consider customer service provided by AT&T Cable Services.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Public Utilities and Deregulation Committee.
011260 [Idriss "Scotty" Stelley] Supervisor Ammiano
Hearing to consider the shooting of Idriss "Scotty" Stelley at the Metreon Theatre.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Neighborhood Services and Parks Committee.
011261 [Painting of Pedestrian Cross-Walks] Supervisor McGoldrick
Hearing on the practices of the Department of Public Works and the Department of Parking and Traffic in scheduling painting of pedestrian cross-walks.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee.
011262 [Report from Bicycle Advisory Committee] Supervisor McGoldrick
Hearing to consider the regular quarterly report from the Bicycle Advisory Committee.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee.
011263 [Performance Audits] Supervisor Newsom
Hearing to discuss current procedures for performance audits of City departments in order to develop a citywide procedure and a set of criteria to be used to trigger audits and track whether City departments have complied with recommendations in the audit findings. The hearing will focus on, but not limited to, the following:(1) What are the criteria used to select departments for performance audits; (2) Which City department was last audited and what were the findings and/or recommendations; (3) What measures are in place to track City department compliance to recommendations; (4) What are the costs for implementing such audits; (5) What is the feasibility of having outside agencies perform audits on City departments; 6) Department heads should plan on attending the hearing if your department has had an audit within the last year when the hearing is scheduled.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Audit, Labor and Government Efficiency Committee.
011264 [City's Incentive Savings Account Program] Supervisor Newsom
Hearing on the current status of the City's Incentive Savings Account Program for City departments and ways in which to improve the efforts of departments to best utilize the Incentive Savings Account.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Finance Committee.
011265 [Incorporation of DPT into MTA] Supervisor Newsom
Hearing on the 1999 Charter Amendment, Proposition E, requiring the incorporation of the Department of Parking and Traffic into the Municipal Transportation Authority.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Rules Committee.
011266 [Status of Parking Lot at the Hall of Justice] Supervisor Newsom
Hearing regarding the status of the parking lot at the Hall of Justice at 850 Bryant Street, and possible means of alternative sites for parking and incentives for jurors to subsidize modes of transit used.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee.
011267 [311 Emergency Services Line] Supervisor Newsom
Hearing regarding the feasibility of implementing a 311 emergency line in the City and County of San Francisco to expedite the dispatch of emergency and paramedic services and to reform our emergency and paramedic services offered by the Fire Department and the Department of Public Health.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Audit, Labor and Government Efficiency Committee.
011268 [San Francisco Redistricting Process] Supervisor Yee
Hearing to discuss the process by which San Francisco's supervisorial districts will be redrawn, and the timeline by which this will take place.
7/2/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Neighborhood Services and Parks Committee.
Motions
011269 [Committee of the Whole Budget Meetings] Supervisors Daly, Sandoval, McGoldrick, Gonzalez
Motion setting a special meeting of the Board of Supervisors on July 14, 2001 at 10:00 AM, and a Committee of the Whole on July 23, 2001 at 3:00 PM.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
011270 [Return of Paramedics to the Health Department] Supervisor Yee
Motion requesting the Budget Analyst to compare the current status of the Health Department and Fire Department EMS Merger to the the Budget Analyst report done prior to the merger.
7/2/01, REFERRED FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT COMMITTEE REFERENCE AGENDA AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING.
Introduced by the President at the Request of Departments
PROPOSED ORDINANCES
011220 [Fiscal Year 2001-2002 Patient Rates for the Department of Public Health]
Ordinance amending the San Francisco Health Code by amending Section 128 thereof, to fix Patient Rates for services furnished by Department of Public Health, effective July 1, 2001. (Public Health Department)
6/27/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Finance Committee.
PROPOSED RESOLUTIONS
011193 [Settlement of Claim]
Resolution approving the settlement of the unlitigated claim filed by Knickerbocker Properties XXXIII against San Francisco for $44,284.24; claim was filed on 04-06-2001; additional material terms of said settlement is the signing of full and final release of the City and County of San Francisco. (City Attorney)
6/21/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Audit, Labor and Government Efficiency Committee.
011197 [Grant Amendment, State Water Resources Control Board]
Resolution authorizing the San Francisco Department of Public Health, Population Health and Prevention, to enter into an amended agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board reducing the original grant amount of $516,500 to $452,635 and providing indirect costs in the amended amount of $54,502 for the period of July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001. (Public Health Department)
6/22/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Public Health and Environment Committee. Department requests this item be calendared atthe July 10, 2001 meeting.
011221 [Settlement of Claim]
Resolution approving the settlement of the unlitigated claim filed by Christine Dean against San Francisco for $32,000; claim was filed on October 30, 2000; additional material term of said settlement is the signing of liability against the City and County of San Francisco. (City Attorney)
6/27/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Audit, Labor and Government Efficiency Committee.
011223 [Traffic Regulations - Bike lanes on both sides of Polk Street between Turk and Post Streets]
Resolution enacting traffic regulations on a portion of Polk Street. (Parking and Traffic Department)
6/27/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee.
011233 [Occupation of Morris Street during construction of a live/work lofts at 111 Morris St.]
Resolution granting revocable permission to Nibbi Brothers General Contractors for one (1) year to temporarily close and occupy the east side of the sidewalk and the parking lane on Morris Street, at the corner of the Morris-Bryant Street intersection during construction of a live-work lofts at 111 Morris Street (Block 3778, Lot 044). (Public Works Department)
6/25/01, RECEIVED AND ASSIGNED to Housing, Transportation and Land Use Committee.
Requests Granted
From: Supervisor Ammiano

To: General Manager, Public Utilities Commission

Requesting/Inquiring: Requesting a feasibility analysis of using wind power to generate hydrogen fuel for fuel cells.

From: Supervisor Daly

To: Director, Department of Parking and Traffic

Requesting/Inquiring: To report on the Department's position regarding the use of environmentally friendly vehicles for its enforcement vehicles.

From: Supervisor Daly

To: City Attorney

Requesting/Inquiring: To draft an initiative ordinance to restrict construction that casts shadows on schools in San Francisco for placement of November's ballot by four members of the Board of Supervisors.

From: Supervisor Daly

To: City Attorney

Requesting/Inquiring: To draft legislation to rename 4th Street at Townsend in honor of Chris Robertson, a bicyclist struck and killed on this street.

From: Supervisor Hall

To: Director, Department of Environmental Health, San Mateo County

Requesting/Inquiring: To provide the legislative digest and any other public records, relevant to item # 12 on the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors July 3, 2001 meeting agenda that will determine the County's intent in considering this legislation.

From: Supervisors Leno, Peskin

To: City Attorney

Requesting/Inquiring: To draft legislation that would prohibit city employees from referring individuals with matters pending before the employee's agency to lobbyists for the purpose of representing those individuals before that employee's agency.

From: Supervisors Leno, McGoldrick

To: City Attorney

Requesting/Inquiring: To draft legislation requiring the Board of Appeals to videotape their hearings, and Citywatch to air the hearings; as the Board of Appeals is the final appeal body for many matters of city business and deserves the

In Memoriams
Motion that the Board adjourn its meeting this date out of respect to the memory of the following deceased:

Virginia Molinari (Supervisor Hall)

Mortimer Adler (Supervisor McGoldrick)

Margaret Kilgallen (Supervisor Gonzalez)

Joseph J. Basile (Supervisor Sandoval)

ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business, the Board at the hour of of 5:00 p.m.adjourned.

Gloria L. Young, Clerk

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Approved by the Board of Supervisors on

I, Gloria L. Young, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Minutes of said Board on the date stated and was approved as recited

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