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and clean. we've met with we've been with with the board we've met with the city attorney and put together a 20 day action plan to complete the construction we ask for the patience of the board of supervisors and the dbi as we continue our work thank you >> next speaker good afternoon. >> good afternoon president chiu i'm victory gilbert representing the property on howard street we've been buying for the last 40 years. it's on howard street between 5 and 6 street that was formerly a automobile repair shop i got a
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notice in 2012 shortly before i was downloading with cancer and i have missed meeting as the chemical therapy i'm here to ask for a 90 days extension to sort out the notices i've received and to look at the code infractions before i go it's been very, very difficult to get ahold of inspectors noted in the letters i haven't gotten phone calls returned except i tried for a inspector not did i respect i've left endless and endless messages i finally got to its secretary the issue at hand i had to personally appear at dbi to get a copy of a
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building permit i said i was handicapped with chemotherapy and would they mail it so i'm asking for an extension to sort it out. i want to give enlightenments to a woman and goib kathleen bird she was a code enforcement courteous and returned my calls and i think she should be acknowledged thank you for your time >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon. i'm sandy i'm representing a client on beach street i believe this is a mute point but make sure the interest was waved after the fee was received. thank you very much >> good afternoon. my name is is delores miller willard did care and the property is 1129
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minnesota do street in the bayview district. i attended grammar school bayview school and grew up in that community and since that time i went to university got married and would go elsewhere. my sister since i was out of town my sister assumed responsibility of the property. and the property fell into disrepair after a fire. and my sister has gown through some changes. emotional because of loss of family members. currently, i live in los angeles
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and i have to come up here because she says they cannot emotional take care of the property. what i'm asking you understand the nature of the need but i need a little bit more time i can make atology payment today but need more time to get the property up to speed. i have no idea what i can do it have those notices removed from the property. thank you. >> thanks. >> next speaker >> good afternoon, supervisors i'm responding chang the owner on mission street i bought the building in 2010. and in 2014 of this year i
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received a notice of violation for an unsafe back retaining wall. approximately apparently this information was not on public records and our other issues were addressed those are the right of retaining wall not on the retaining order according to them i'm getting a letter of notice of violation to correct the problem that was not on anything i don't think i'm responsible they say since i bought the building it was my responsibility but after 10 years it wasn't addressed until now this is really a lack of organization of the dbi
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department. to enforce whatever they've first said it was a violation of. thank you. >> thanks. >> next speaker please step up. >> good afternoon. i'm here to represent property on clement street my name is is e republican this is an order to pay fines that are accessed for vacant or abandoned building. unfortunately, the inspector is on vacation he has the file and spiked my home it's not vacant or abandon he saw furniture inside of my home. so i'd like to request an extension until michael get back from vacation with actual dates he's come out and visited my
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property there are tenant living in substandard units i've been trying to evict them it's hard to get them out of the building it's not vacant or abandoned >> thanks. >> next speaker. >> hello supervisors i'm on - in the backside the other one before it was not last week that but, you know, and neighborhood they've come at me about i do something inside in the best side now i received that it's neat and the domination but it's
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i need more time to become i'm moving i'm not (inaudible). >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon board. my name is a merry beard i've got units in the hate ashbury at the property address. i believe that the assessment or the lean that's pending is extensive. and the problems arose out of a toilet replacement where the wax ring was two short that created a problem. so that's been repaired. i was required to pull a permit which i did do but they requested that i get a
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contractor to replace the toilet. this was not necessary for the remnant of the toilet so i'm asking we review the costs 13 hundred bucks. i've got limited resources if operating my building it's not like i can do the repairs at hand because of the limited resources so i need to talk with whoever the - to the department to wave should some of those fees. thank you. thank you. next speaker. and if any other members of the public who wish to speak step forward >> i - when my company
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purchased the property the street address is 2574, 31st avenue. and we have a dilemma where we receiving notices for code violation but the property under litigation the previous owner is suing the bank for wrongful foreclosure we don't know what to do to improve the property if we can we in dilemma not knowing how much to spend for the property. the violation was about the garage door wasn't without the permit. we were not really - the previous owner was evicted the property is in poor shape its
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not inhabitable we pay for the garage to provide security for the property. and we're being skrietd with a garage door without permit again it's not a garage door just to secure the building. i seek our advise what to do with the property technically it's i'm on title but it's under litigation. there's not much we can do thank you very much >> thank you are there any other members of the public who wish to speak our okay. at this point i'd like to ask dbi staff if you could precede outside and for members of the public who want to speak to our city staff you can do that at the end of those conversations we'll e he'll come back and make the changes. anything else you want to add >> no thank you very much.
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>> thank you. we'll take this item westbound the next half an hour to an hour. with that, why not going to our third order call do we need to take up 68 >> a motion to schedule the board of supervisors to challenge a meeting on july 29, 2014, at that p.m. to hold a public hearing to prove the contract between the department of public health and the san francisco aids foundation to provide hiv services and expend the contract term not to exceed approximately $14.7 million. before we hold the hearing we need to pass the vote members of the public should we sit as a committee as a whole seeing none, public comment is closed. on the motions call the roll
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>> on the motion to convene. >> supervisor mar. supervisor tang. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor cohen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. there are 11 i's arrest that the motion is approved call the next two items >> item 49 is a public hearing of persons interested in a revolution approving on amendment to the contract between the department of public health and the san francisco aids to expend the contract through 2016 not to exceed $14.7 million. okay. at this time we're going to open this hearing let me ask
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the department of public health please present us what this hearing is regarding >> good afternoon. i'm john we would like to thank you, thank you for the opportunity to extend this contract with the san francisco aids foundation. this contract is the being extend for population that are disprorpgs effected that i hiv and provides 12 thousand tests for men who have sex with men and african-american projects that includes the stonewall project for the clients with substance abuse problems as well as a special project within the castro for that. we hope that you'll approve that very important passage of services >> okay. and with that, physicals increase comments from the city staff members of the
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public who wish to speak with regards to this specific hearing. >> please step up. >> hello, i'm lair ed anyone i'm opposed to this being undetected we've found a cure for aids the san francisco aids foundation has been an approach and a foundation for me before i was like after i was facilitated for a black hiv man that was positive i left the foundation today a black man's group there's challenges it will be the black man's who use crystal who are lobster people and stonewall has a very great civil
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med group it's affecting the housing authority the young lady her son died and oftentimes who those decisions are made they're not made with everyone how it is affecting outline african-americans or gay people this is interesting we can't create services for people who they are wounding are we gay or black we know in san francisco it's effecting the housing projects they're out there marching today with naacp so this the critical movement who will speak today that nothing should should be made quick and fast with african-american gaze in san francisco versus just black people in san francisco we have been divided too long on
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those issues from housing to sexuality to where we live and who represents us to you - with today being bishops birthday - >> thank you very much let's hear from the next person this to the the san francisco aids foundation keep it to that. >> if a person has go pathway we end up in a sooner gay behavior and with aids as a final result. i spent sometime during a holy brother in a district i went from the center to the number one richmond district and
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enjoyed a wonderful meal in a chinese restaurant and only spent so much money i've got good relationship with the surrounding area customers my friends so we need a better pathway and engagement you don't end up like gay people and have aids. i'm putting one hundred percent of cleanliness and - my career for a human being is maximum missed i know i was going to get hungry the richmond district the same restaurant for my dinner see. >> let me ask are there my any
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other members of the public seeing none, public comment is closed. i'd like to say that harvey rose has done an announcement. thank you president chiu this was meant to be scheduled last week but due to an error of calendaring i want to give mr. rose and his team a chance to speak >> mr. rose. >> that mr. rose. >> mr. president, and supervisors on page 4 of our report we recommended based on the budget simpleminded by the department of public health we recommend you, you reduce this contract not to exceed by 76 thousand plus from a request of 14 million to 14 million plus and we recommend that you approve this resolution as amended. >> with that, supervisor farrell. >> and mr. rose i said the
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department of public health is in agreement with this recommendation. >> so we'll make a motion to amend this as the budget analyst. >> supervisor farrell has made a motion to adapt the budget analyst recommendation without objection and on the underlying resolution take a roll call vote on the resolution as amended. >> on item 50. >> supervisor mar. supervisor tang. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos. supervisor avalos? supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor malia cohen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim there 11 i's. the resolution is adapted as
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amended and with that why not go back colleagues, i understand that the item regarding anti reach advertising is ready >> item 38. >> thank you, colleagues for allowing me to ask questions to get clarity on what this item is about. and supervisor farrell is going to has allowed me the opportunity to continue this item lease going to talk about it >> supervisor farrell. >> i want to make a motion to continue this to our meeting on september 2nd to give the department more time to move forward. >> i understand supervisor farrell is making a motion supervisor cohen you want to make the motion i'm sorry supervisor farrell is making that to september 2nd and
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supervisor cohen with that it will be understand it the second of september. why not back to item 55. >> item 55 is a - motion to order submitted to the voters on a election on november 4, 2014, ab an ordinance to increase will minimum wage for the san franciscans to telegraph hill point 25 cents per hour with the annual increasing reaching 15 followed by cost of living increasing. >> roll call vote vote. >> on item 55 supervisor mar. supervisor tang. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee.
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supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor cohen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. there are 11 i's are that motion approved item six. was recommended with a declarations for ava policy declaration making declaring policy goals to address the affordable housing and second for the new housing in san francisco including 1/3rd of those affordable housing to low and moderate income and financial reach of the working hard by 2024 and create a housing stabilization for the insuring of the public housing
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and 5 review the macarthur housing at an election to be held on november 2nd, 2014, >> supervisor kim. >> thank you we peshtd the additional time we were norwalk down to the last minute of the details of the major aspect of the passage today. it's had a long journey it didn't stop today, this is part of a longer road that i am per diem committed to walking with a broad coalition to help to make san francisco more affordable for residents we came out of the selma plan and the concept is simple we should commit to have affordable housing in our neighborhoods the goal was
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thirty percent was to be built for 60 percent of san franciscans this was what the developers b will commit to the dialog in action that needs to take place neither starts or ends with the compromise i'm announcing with the mayor's office we've done a lot in the past and have more to do. i agree with the mayor who this morning said at the opening of 474 project one the last remnant of the selma plan we must be more aggressive in achieving our vision. over the last week a working group of our office and mayor's office and affordable housing advocates met and agreed on a neighborhood stabilization plan that will achieve the housing
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balance legislation achieving 40 percent of housing affordability we are be implementing this 2015- 2016 and if necessary ballot measures next year we're starting this process by presenting to the voter in 2014 a ballot measure it institutes a statement of the core values and memorialized our agreements. today, i'm asking the city attorney to begin to draft legislation that sets interim see controls for the legislation restricting pdr office use pending the selma plan. i want to emphasize f this was absolutely a compromise we're taking off a ballot measure one i firmly building in that will have a planning review when the
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city need a level of others i'm doing this to work with the mayor's office to reach our collective dowel of 33 percent higher than our goal of housing that's affordable i'm going to ask this is reflecting. this is required by the community in exchange for taking this off the ballot first we've convicting agreed to are there others who wish to speak a minimum of 33 percent of affordable housing of all new developments in the selma plan and also further area plans. interim planning controls in the selma plan to prevent displacement in investment of the selma plan we're drafting
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over recess the creation of the trust to opportunity affordable housing so i guess and rehabilitation program particularly in neighborhoods where we're seeing high numbers of concentration of low income residents this is in order to take the commercial and residential buildings off the 0 market to make sure we're stabilizing our residents and small businesses and nonprofits. we also commit to identifying over the next year before may have 2015 for the affordable housing projects that are in the pipeline and land acquisition strategies. sufficient funding without taping into the trust fund and an legislation pass forward to condition the balance act including the housing. here's a detailed list of the funding strategies we happen we will be studying to fund the
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neighborhood stabilization fund a general obligation bond and tax set aside of the tax values and teetered movements and others things we've talked about the luxury housing on the waterfront will pay the same fee that the buildings in the excelsior has to pay. next a potentially luxury housing fee and increasing the jobs and acknowledging that our commercial office developers should pay more and a number one primarily resident tax fee and another thing to have the trust implementation including a citywide advisory committee with councils underneath it. in addition, we're looking to insure that 33 percent
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affordability in the central selma and all feature plans a housing annual strategy and displacement patrol officers controls in the south of market. finally, we're be looking at the development impact fees for the nonprofits, community benefits fees and allowing second floor nonprofit office in the commercial district and a policy to provide ground floor retail when we public library finance that project. another long term discussion as a shared commitment. as part of the current mayor's office of housing group i'm committed to being the sponsor on this tool the luxury development should pay a higher fee and reconcile the fees according to what they can pay. the