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tv   LIVE BOS Budget and Finance Subcommittee  SFGTV  July 20, 2016 10:00am-3:01pm PDT

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>> okay welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors budget & finance subcommittee for wednesday, july 20, 2016, my name is mark farrell i'll be chairing the committee and joined by supervisor yee and by the supervisor tang. >> thank you clerk linda wong and mark as nona melkonian from sfgovtv for covering the meeting madam clerk, any announcements? >> yes. >> yes. board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thank you, madam clerk we were here quite late madam clerk call number one.
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>> the approval for the calendar year 2017 to remove the rates from ohio and colleagues this is something i sponsored on the health board and the representative i want to welcome the amazing director katherine dodd. >> thank you. good morning members of the board brown today a administrative code for the health service and calendars year 2017 this the stacey a monthly contribution the charter requires the employer contribute towards the health premiums for the 10 couldn't average based on the 10 months populous counties they use the average amount to the retiree rates asia to a couple of unions not adopted the
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percentage contribution this year's 10 county average increases 4.4 percent and all health service insurance have increased substantially this - only which of - the first cost driver the cost of the inhibitions and out-of-pocket cost driven by large hospital consolidation this is the rapidly cost increase for the drugs to treat cancer and cure hispanics c and other anti viral drugs and others anti you mean minute drugs although we have many drugs as generic for several years the mustards are increasing the costs of generics to get a profit late cost driver that the
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services is hss members the utilization will considers unfortunately, our membership depresses chronic illness our well-being program is so important health services is in compliance with the characters passes in 2010, the health service board approved a second opinion for all members estimate 44 percent of medical diagnosed are incorrect and financial and human costs the hss manage care of plans have less second opinions and now renowned experts and a with expertise in certain areas all hss members will be able to call or e-mail the doctors and release their records to get a second opinion
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this has adam $1 to the cost and within the trust by $0.95 to pay for communication casts and well-being per the charter this is calculated into the health premium and the rates are decreased with the rate agreements guaranteed through 2019 you may recall that kaiser permanente decreased if 2017 and held them flat the katrero park increases 4.7 increase and added a cop structure to match blue shield neither of the plans changes the premium costs it is important to note it hiv drugs are excluded in the drug charge adding best doctors for the fund
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and the kaiser permanente increases for the actives amount to 5 percentage the kaiser permanente medicaid advantage increases 8 percent for the sustainability fund with the premium increase for medicare is 8.76 percent the blue shield for active uses and others retirees are 3.79 percent we've funded blue shield the employer takes the risk up to a certain dollar amount we pay the pharmacy and the other costs we continue to work with blue shield with significant success to keep the costs down adding the best doctors and sustainability fee bring the blue shield to 4.682 percentage with the retiree
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there over 16 percent working with blue shield and the proposed lowered to 10.2 the actuary recommended to accept the proposal and expand the ppo that was offered the first time and the medicare decreasing the rate increase by 11 percent our self-funded ppo administrative code by the a.k.a. would have increased by 48 plus percentage for actives and early retirees and the health service board used the rate stabilization to reduce those from 12 mrs. percentage the ppo ac was calculated at the 29 percentage with the actuary
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voted to - the new city plan ppo rather than continuing the self-funding this as fundamental change not a benefit change the reduction this reduces the ppo increased to 14 percent the overall increase for 2017 would have cost 14 plus $9 million by adapting the ppo instructions only to 2 want 5 percent at the 5.3 those amount to a million dollars our active self-delta ppo increased by .8 were reduced by 6 percent for 2016 over 2017 and
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are the same for 2017 the pacific delta plan for the retirees that adam an additional service lifelong disability andtions for the actives is florida inchanged in 2019 beginning in - smoking on the status of insured and this again decrease the premium by an average of 7.1 percent overall a total increase for the benefits is overall the total average compares favorably with the 9 percent i realize i may have received concerns from the medical retirees i want to assure you the plan will payal plans through by physician that accepts medicare and we believe
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the concerns are unwaeshtd the new ppo has a broader plan than the old city plan it has additional benefits and the lower premiums through kaiser permanente and low co-pay we hope to dispel the confusion what is covered along with our kaiser permanente there will be 20 members of the committee to help to educate and 5 town hall members that can't attend because of timing or that distance during and before enrollment- i also know that representatives from kaiser permanente and blue shield and united health care are here i urge your approval thank you director dodd's. >> supervisor yee. >> good morning, ms. dodd
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i have a related question i noticed that your reserves for the trust fund has been dwindled quite a bit from 11 millions to 3 million or so i'm wondering are there any plans to replenish to grow that back up are we in any danger you know of a shortage. >> we've spent the reserve amount over the last two years to buy down the early retiree active and rates to make them comprehensive with blue shield and capillary this year the board went through two rate deliberations what to buy down our policy is to set aside 1/3rd of any excess not excel by
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premiums over expenditures and to amortize any decreases over 3 years that amount would so been 3.679 millions the rate increased 48 percent plus to further decrease those costs and i don't believe that we are in - we still have what's the balances pamela? whatever 11 millions plus 3.79 is. >> so there's 3.79 that should be adequate nonetheless we have a tremendous number of sick
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people and if it isn't we will amortize any loss over 3 years but increase the premiums obviously. >> i'm curious what's the average autumn that you've had in they're for the last 10 years. >> i think. >> i don't have that stabilization we implemented this policy of amortizing both blue cross blue shield and the delta dental and the city plan we implemented it i think 6 years ago but we could go back and get that information to you there was a period because the premiums went up so high a lot of people left and left us with a surplus in stabilization we spent down the surplus last
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year. >> i have one other question regarding the long term disability insurance i noticed a decrease of 7.1 percent over and over something like that which is curious to me. >> the decrease was based on our agreeing to give a percentage to the insurance company with a low amount of smokers so they decreased our amount and luckily only 2.7 percent of our employees are smokers the national average is 22 percent. >> i'm happy to see the decrease. >> thank you. >> okay. thank you colleagues, any further questions
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okay mr. rose, can we go to your report. for number one. >> yes. on page 7 shown in table one of the total estimated city and member costs for delta plans and long term disability and life insurance is 63 million dollars plus in 2017 which is a 4.79 increase in the 2016 the fidelity estimated cost for the health and dental plan as well as the long term disability and life insurance for the city itself in 2017 is $581 million approximately 24.3 or an increase in the 4 hundred million people in 2016 we
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recommend that you approve that ordinance. >> thank you mr. rose any questions for the budget analyst anyone wish to comment commissioner or hss fellow commissioner ms. breslin a hero and want to recognize here if there are any other commissioners, i apologize but anyone want to comment you'll have 2 minutes and additional people want to speak please line up against the wall with 2 minutes to speak. >> good morning my name is karen breslin i'm a member of the benefits and on the health service board they voted 4 to 2 to remove the existing city plan and blue shield for the eligible retirees they'll be put into the new plan a special meeting held at a different times and place
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teleconference rushed through with little notice to our members and the board member i was kept in the dark until 3 days before this roams removes a choice for the city plan employees that is a self-funded plan and all assets and liabilities blink to the city or trust the plan is a united health care plan and calling this the new city plan a misleading and will confuse the members when the medicaid retirees are removed the only members remaining will be actives and early retirees they're the highest cost and there will be little subsidy left for the next year there are under 2000 members there has been no explanation how this plan will be
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sustainable the only plan the retirees have available to move out of area it only covers methodology retirees no explanation of how medicare of employees living outside of the u.s. are covered they cover the medicare retirees seeing local dollars it is a good choice as last year but not a mandated. >> one more statement. >> sure. sure. >> to the rushed many questions have been met unanswered this causes a lot of confusion and distrust and will you put a lot of staff at extra work thank you. >> thank you, commissioner. >> next speaker, please. >> my name is july 4th kit are retired city employee and a
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resident of district 7 i have here letters from the protect our benefits president larry on his views and oath copies for everyone. >> i just want to say i have for many, many years been in city plan one and want to continue in that plan the city plan is important to keep because not all decreases take medicare the highly skilled decreases treating a serious disease didn't take medicare the differences of quality of services the city plan allows access to all decreases and freedom of choice that is the plan you want to do away with it is a self-plan administrative code by the united health care that provides a visit to all an
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actual decrease for a second opinion not the case in what is proposed in the change thank you thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> chief financial officer i've been asked by director dodd to read into the record a letter that she received from greg the commission on the health service board dear kablth republican thank you for your offer to remain on the finance committee for the fully funded medicare ppo plan that replaces the blue shield 65 plus plan and the self-insured plan for retirees as a commissioner and former chief financial officer for the department of health and former acting chief financial officer for the health service i studied the issues thoroughly and took
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time from meeting with our actuary before voting i remain convinced the plan will have broader geographic come over and a lower cost than the plan that replaces i understand the concerns of retired members that worry about access to theory physicians and hospital i too am a medicare eligible retiree and will be losing my blue shield conform i was concerned about losing any says, however, i'm satisfied this will not be an issue u h c has data indicating 94 percent of physicians already participating in this plan and those physicians current provide 95 percent plus of the services in addition no changes in the covered services member cops are
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lower and an importantly the total monthly cost is lower than the blue shield 65 plus plan city plan and even the kaiser permanente medicare advantage plan plus - >> i have plus a fully insured plan no risk of under funding that will require the retention reserves for a self-funded plan adoption of this plan was 4.5 percent increase in costs to the overall medicare population versus and 13 plus there from the continuation of the preexisting plan in terms of cost containment it reduces the liability for forced employment retirement i urge the budget and finance to support this plan seller greg health system.
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>> okay. >> next speaker, please. >> herbert wiener first, i want to announce i hold shares in united health 98 of them. >> my concern is about the city health plan for one thing it is a very good health plan the enar very of the rest of the country a comprehensive plan the people who are members are satisfied with that now, one concern i have is that okay. you're going to eliminate this plan for retirees eventually and eliminate for actives and retirees 65 years of age this is a road to that the other concern is okay. you will have we have two new plans now as retirees either kaiser permanente and the united health plan some people swear by kaiser
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permanente and not everyone is happy with the plan and the only choice you have is united health the ppo, now the rates are very low for the ppo for united health however, there is nothing to stop them from jacking up the rates and the only alternative is kaiser permanente now suppose that kaiser permanente and united health jack i am the prices like the other ribbon barons in 1998 the rates went up for the city health plan sky-high and people fled as a result of that if the rates go sky-high where will people go maybe san francisco general hospital i don't know.
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but this is really a disaster in my opinion that was rushed through i think the message was pleased you have to approve this and make the wrong decision quickly this is the wrongs way to do business and i think we should protest is this should be perpetual this is on outrage thank you >> okay. thank you very much anyone wish to comment. >> okay seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues if any questions or comments. >> otherwise let's entertain a motion. >> through the chair i mean i appreciated ms. defendant's deposition explanation not only in committee but the information i'm comfortable with moving forward i have to hear from the members of the public or the health commission i'll move to
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send to the full board with positive recommendation. >> motion by supervisor tang and a seconded by supervisor yee and without objection madam clerk call items two and three together. >> the resolution for the san francisco municipal transportation agency on behalf of the city to execute a grant application all the time and recommended documents from the state of california housing and sustainable community program as as joint applicant with the the mercy housing and item 3 a resolution for the san francisco municipal transportation agency on behalf of the city to execute a grant application a grant all the time and related documents under the state of california affordable housing and sustainable community programs as joint applicant with the tenderloin neighborhood for the project on eddy street. >> thank you very much welcome back. >> thank you chair farrell and supervisors sophie hayward from
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the mayor's office of housing and community development the two resolutions before you are each associated with an application for cap & trade funds for the affordable housing and sustainable communities program we call it go a-6 for short each the projects contain affordable housing with a transit oriented improvement to make to competitive and to achieve the maximum must be of points those two projects on fell and eddy have requested that the city the sfmta sign on as as joint applicant those resolutions before you authorize the sfmta to officially sign as planners for the cap & trade fund the two resolutions were originally heard at the land use committee, however, after the hearing the state released on application which provided specific language that must be
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included in its final resolutions indicating the transit agency has the authority to sign on as a joint applicant those resolutions have been amended and i have distributed the amended versions essentially oh, and based on the changes their referred to the budget committee the two resolutions function as a apply forceps and expend grant approval if the applications are successful we complete the projects we're happy to make the candidates because the nature of the program the cap & trade program requires the successful applications seriously sooeshld be shovel ready entitled projects ready to go the emotion the cap & trade serve as a substitute so for other city funds and allow us to stretch our dollars further first on 55
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fell street is as long as as parcel o a 100 percent accountable new construction approximately, six thousand square feet of retail commercial and community space the project didn't contain in any off-street parking but bike that concludes my remarks but have freeway parcel organization was kur7b8 vacate and low remain under city ownership and turn it into mercy housing for the travel the sfmta the grant application consists of 7 bulb outs and assessable signal upgrades along la go down and oak and other mediums along octavia boulevard the total application is over $16 million
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approximately 1 million of those will be a loan to mercy housing for successful and just over one millions a grant to the city for the transit related improvements and then the second projects is on eddy street and that project sponsor for the housing consultant is tenderloin and the total application in that project is for 5 millions and 4 million plus is a loan to the tndc and approximately 16 thousand a grant to the city for transit related improvements the assembly apartment built in the 19234 in need of a sustainable rehabilitation and the financing for the project of which the cap & trade funds are critical will insure that the property will maintain the affordability with
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the conditions and integrity for the long term the sfmta transit component to that project will economist of converting the painted safety zones on the corners no more the yosemite apartment to the concrete bulb outs that concludes my presentation. there are representatives from the sfmta here as well to answer any questions. >> thank you ms. hayward supervisor yee. >> thank you for your presentation ms. hayward can you explain the fact that we're applying for a grant and if we receive the grant that a big chunk the grant will be a loan. >> i mean didn't mean we actually don't have a grant just a loan. >> i can try to explain it's been a confusing process through
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the state and the nature of the program requires we that the affordable housing partner with the transit oriented improvement is actually comes in two separate parts by far the largest part is very long term loan to the housing developer for the affordable housing the try grant part is to the sfmta to support their transit work so the vast majority of work b will go to the nonprofit developer and the only true grant part is to the sfmta. >> is there any advantage of these organizations to take the loan is if later than usual i mean. >> the - i understand the loan is a loan that will be paid back but a very, very long term
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loan that functions as as grant at the end of the term they'll refinance it and do it again. >> so it saves the city money we don't have to provide the gap funding for that. >> okay i don't completely understand why we're doing this but - >> we'll far brief to use the state than the local funds. >> oh, okay. >> there's the answer. >> thank you ms. hayward all right. colleagues, any further questions open up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number two or three seeing none, public comment is closed. so colleagues would like to accept the amendments and move forward >> so moved. >> motion by supervisor tang and seconded by supervisor yee without objection and madam clerk item 4 auto item 4 a resolution approving the agreement with s p x not to
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exceed thirty force an initial term for a installation for post 5 years xhoens for the extension for a total term not to exceed 16 years. >> okay. thank you mta to speak in the presentation is that up on the - sfgovtv can we do the power point? >> there we go. >> great, thank you. >> good morning chair farrell and members of budget committee ami i work for the sfmta and the project manager. >> i'm here today to present the terms of our fare box contract that was a approved by the sfmta board of directors on
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june 2, '81, i'd like to go over some backward and rational currently all the muni vehicles residential design fare box that date back to 1991 and they're reaching the end of their useful life their refurnished but not upgraded and the fare box manufacturer cubic no longer supports those fare boxs for altogether there are also insufficient fare box sees and they don't - so some of the overall benefits of the in any fare box is the reliability and accounting and tracking for revenues and ridership they will also replace
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preprinted transfers with on demand realtime that printing of ios transfers and will go through that in a little bit the fare box hope with the security accommodating new policy changes in the future and provide information about the fair transactions the vendor we've selected through a procurement process beginning late last fall is s p x jen fair they're a contractor 5 years after initial installation busing plus options plus two options for additional 5 year for a total term. > all opposed by the same sign 15 years the cost is $21.9 million but 6 million for the annual maintenance on a slide in a moment with more
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details we'll have 13 hundred 36 fareboxes with spares on the cable cars and also others components of the fare box system in addition to the fare box system itself this is a project budget from mr. rose's report for not to exceed amount of 29 plus million dollars this slide shows what the fare box will look like this is a model we will have other speakers this is at the generic fare box from the manufacturer there is a transfer at the top which will as mentioned earlier provide on demand printing of transfers of bill and coin slot and bill for entering facing with the customers this is in compliance with the americans
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with disabilities act the transfers from muni you're familiar with the transfer the new transfers will have a consistent xroirgs as well as a fair price on the ticket the transfer is generic for all fair categories we anticipate the improvement of this operator through the transfer theft the transfers will have not value unless by the fare box this will anticipate fair transfer waste and other components of fare box include a cashbox when is will secure housing that stores the fair revenue this can't be opted by our revenue collections staff or others without the appropriate security credentials the cashbox is subdivided out into this orange housing which
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and the money goes into the mobile bin it is secured and the monies are transferred from each the sfmta divisions to our revenue collections facility at sfmta headquarters this is on overall timeline we are european july 28th for the supervisors for the full board of supervisors and have approximately half a year for installation on all the vehicles with the wrap up in spring of 2017. >> that concludes my presentation. if you have any questions. >> supervisor yee. >> i have a quick question i'm curious about the how much do we collect in cash fairs every year this is - i'm wondering is this something in
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the future will be sleet or not i'm not sure. >> so currently the sfmta has fair revenues of 200 and $5.6 million based on the anticipated 2016 budget the cash fair is $83.7 million some of that through clipper and some in the fare box right now we are looking at anticipate that we're doing everything we can to convert people from cash to other fair i clipper through the budget fy 17 budget calls for a regular cash fairs collected at the fare box we're doing things to move people away from that we recognize that cash is a form of currency that
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people use. >> i don't hear the amount. >> right now we're collecting $83.7 million for the fksz cash value. >> that's not the clipper card. >> some of that includes clipper electronic ash cash on the clipper card and some through the fare box revenues. >> my question the cash when i put a quarter that's cash to me so - if you don't know the answer you don't know the answer. >> it is approximately $40 million collected under the fare box i don't have that specific number with me. >> okay. thank you. >> supervisor tang. >> just curious the vendor that was selected s p x jen fair
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which other transit have they located those boxed. >> they have 80 percent of the fareboxes in the united states in fact, been installed on all the transit systems within the bay area over the last years. >> and in terms of the project budget i see there is you know quite a bit erupted for preventive maintenance in terms of ongoing service is that into the software equipment category i want to onramp how it works for the ongoing maintenance and repairs and so forth. >> so we have our the sfmta has its own fare box electronic maintenance technicians that work on all the box and the system they'll remain as first line maintenance the preventive maintenance is provided by the
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vendors they'll touch the fare box one per year and go through the parts to make sure it is functioning if the boxes are not functioning that's in included in the prices. >> and the contract is for 5 years initially with the option to extend not to exceed 16 years given this vendor has 80 percent of market in the united states for transit systems you know making sure that has technology changes and so forth that there able to adopt to that. >> absolutely they you are very well in tune with the trends within the industry so they in addition to the fareboxes and others fair equipment as well. >> thank you supervisor tang mr. rose, can we go to your report.
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>> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee on page 14 of our report we show the table i believe that supervisor tang received to the mta's budget for the proposed agreement is $29 million plus with a fare box maintenance costs and related expenses and it is that budget that was submitted to us is seven hundred and 35 plus less than the agreement not to exceed $30 million for that reason we made a recommendation on page 14 to amend the proposed not to exceed by seven hundred plus and $30 million to 29 and we recommend you approve the resolution as amended. >> thank you, mr. rose any questions for the mta. >> okay all right. opening up for public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 4
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seeing none, public comment is closed. >> move we set mr. rose's amendment and move that out with a positive recommendations. >> motion by supervisor yee and seconded by commissioner chung madam clerk will you call items 5, 6 and 8. >> the release of the public utilities commission places on budget committee $21 million for the west side recycled at the water system improvement program to fund the costs for the project item 6 resolution under the california environmental quality act including the mitigation monitoring and reporting program and overriding considerations for the city of san francisco west side recycled water project and item 8 a construction of a recycled water pump station into
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ground water in golden gate bridge and welcome to the puc. >> thank you. good morning chair farrell and supervisors thank you for the opportunity to present and i want to see thank supervisor wiener for introducing those items those two projects are a concerted effort to strengthen our water supply i'm going to talk about each of them the water cycle and the even if and dealing with the budget and reserve funds that is phase 2 of the construction in phase one again and is issues related that the west side recycled water will produce one .6 million gallons of water and the peak pursuit of 4 million gallons a day it will be within the water
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pollution plant and the latter size for boulder nor production capacity the project includes $7.7 million of pipelines and golden gate bridge the projects are irrigation of golden gate park and linking park and presidio golf course and the potentially in the future potentially serving the san francisco zee and toilet flushing in the academy of sciences and the museum golden gate park is the largest and one of the purposes of recycling water to take the park off the ground water and those
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projects are linked the water quality objectives that were set to meet the park for irrigation and for phil the lakes there we have established specific target for salt and ammonia and worked through that and found the reverse osmosis will meet the goals we'll take the secondary water and treat that with filtration for the member before an and reverse the osmosis were the ultimate violet light this is an immense treatment for the recycled water to be used in golden gate park this is a render the recycle water in golden gate park located on the sites of composite fats with the temporary located in the dump area and relocated adjacent in
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the pump station the krooirgd water budget and reserve funds in this table the totals project costs at this time is one and $86 million we're requesting removal of reserve of one and $20 million we have it budget out for 2018 and 2019. >> the san francisco ground water supply project is depicted ♪ map it will supply up to 4 million gallons for the - wale start out penalty of perjury slowly to make sure as we develop the ground water it didn't cause seawater intrusion or other probabilities but want to be careful one of the things to note on the figure the blue
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areas is the areas served by the water it will be blend in the sunset reservoirs to make sure we get a good quality of water on the order of 10 percent ground water for the splus surpass but from the blue area scheduled to 40 percent of the city so that will be a high quality of water that is delivered throughout san francisco the ground water project facilities that were enlightening are shown in the picture two locations and each of one is housing a ground water well and pump head to make sure we can extract the water from constructed wells to make sure we have the highest quality of water we can the ground water the united states is a high quality source we've been monitoring since 2000 and this high quality small quantity will be blended in the
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reservoirs with existing surpass water supply that will splaus surpass outline drinking water concerns we have the best taft water in the world after we blend in ground water we have a more diverse supply and still have the best tasting water even in any version we've had ongoing there the eir and through offerings for people to sample the ground water it really is very good quality water one thing i'd like to do recognize our two project sponsors barbara from the puc and the recycled water raised our hand barbara garcia and jeff managing the ground water ios
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two folks have worked tirelessly to make sure we have high quality projects to inclusive and protect our water in summary we're asking you adopt the krierlgdz project exhaustive the construction in golden gate park and the pimp station and the well water and release the funds for the west side project >> i'm available to answer any questions. >> thank you very much colleagues, any questions. >> supervisor tang i don't have any questions i kink your been working on this for a very, very longed some that folks have a negative reaction to the potential blended water but certainly we understand your true need to be able to diversify our water source so again make sure that we continue to keep our community updated but the project as construction is
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beginning and despite the work you've done before i'm glad to see that puc is working with the fire department for example, to on the benefits and strengthening some of the pipelines that serve several purposes to thank you very much for that. >> absolutely. >> supervisor yee. >> you might have addressed this but my question is as our pumping water from the ground sometimes, i read about it in the paper we over do that and things happen to the land itself have you guys studied that itch much or think things low happen. >> that's an issue that occurs in the valley and the santa clara when we pump out too much
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water if there's a lot of clay layers they actually can compress and you have things substantial in santa clara county those 14 feet is the height it is a problem and can't pump it up open that west side of the san francisco we have basically sand virtually all sand so we looked at the situations and does not expect anything but keep on top of that and slowly increasing if we see signs of that we'll get on top of that. >> as your penalty of perjury water out as sand the sand will not condense and it is condenses all the dune sand we get from the thousands of years it's been there. >> okay okay no other comments mr. rose, can
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we go to your report. on 5 i believe. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee you stayed it is regarding item 5 of page 17 the order recycled water budget is one and $86 million blues that includes the one hundred plus of finance reserve on page 18 and provided us with the details we recommend you approve the requests and reserves. >> thank you, no other comments or questions we'll move to public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 5, six or eight. >> good morning, supervisors thank you for the opportunity i'm laura with spur and here to support the project we've been a long time supporter of this in san francisco this project is moving this long time forward it
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is important we difference if i our water supply to meet the goals of the sustainable city we have a wonderful supply in hetch hetchy but do more to have kiergd water san francisco is one of the last city to develop the water so mostly this project forward helps us into a leadership position i think that it is we heard you to adopt those findings to meet the goals to have 10 million gallons a day by 2018 as we supported in the 2008 with the water pe eir those plans get built and having a goal of appropriate alternative water supplies for the resilient city thank you for the recycled
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water project moving forward anyone wish to comment seeing none, public comment is closed. okay colleagues. >> i'd like to make a motion to adopt all the budget analysts recommendations that is including the reserve and sending forward the items to the full board with positive registration. >> clarification that is adding 6 and 8 and item number 5 to file the hearing matter. >> yes. i'll make a motion to file item 5. >> motion by supervisor tang seconded by supervisor yee without objection. >> madam clerk call items 7 and 9 the resolution adopting the california environmental quality act including the adoption of a mitigation monitoring and reporting program and a statement of overriding consideration for the san francisco west side water project and item 9 resolution
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authorizing the amendment of mission to reduce the size of the premises to accommodate the san francisco public works and consideration of the payment of approximately thirty thousand and investments thank you puc is here. >> good morning. i'm tony the assisted reality director of the puc i ask for your consideration of a resolution authorizing the amendment to the lease between the city and county of san francisco to the sfpuc and our charged supply hardware the amendment is needed to reduce the premises in order to accommodate the sfpuc regional ground water storage and recovery project in consideration of the payment of 4 hundred and 60 thousand plus this is the very same ground
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water project that mr. richie spoke about it i cac have the overhead this is a poly gone of the premises of our charged supply calling your attention to the colored portion that are effected the only impact on our charged is operation is that dark blue towards the back of the parking lot - those are sub services use that will have a less impact on hardware supply. >> so in closing through this resolution we ask the board of supervisors to approve and authorize this amendment and adopt the california environmental quality act finding super guidelines in the
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administrative code code chapter 31 and incorporate the finding it is consistent with the general plan and the 8 policies of city planning code section 101 point one and authorize the city director of properties or the sfmta general manager to execute and make modifications and certain actions in furtherance of this resolution. >> okay. >> colleagues, any questions for staff right now okay mr. rose, can we go to your report. for item 7 i believe the only one. >> that's correct mr. chairman item 7 on page 21 the report on the appraisal the net value of the reduction to the site table by the sfpuc is 4 hundred and 60 tell you plus in table two on page 22 of the report we recommend that you approve that
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resolution. >> thank you, mr. rose colleagues, any questions anyone wish to comment on item number 7 are 9 seeing none, public comment is closed. >> i'll go ahead and move the items 7 and 9 out of committee with positive recommendations. >> motion by supervisor yee and seconded by supervisor tang without objection all right. thank you. >> madam clerk item 10. >> a resolution approving the agreement with new comp with edison mccormick for energy and climate for a 5 year terms 2 thousand 21 for a total cost invited 25 mills. >> we have mr. rodriquez. >> good morning, mr. rodriquez from the department of the environment seeing to enter into 5 year contract with
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mccormick nooiftsdz $44 million for services related to the energy watch program the contract low provide a technical limitation of the program the budget is essentially million d the contractor was selected to a competitive bid service and the supervisors the payment is subject to available funds were we encourage our support for this item and want to thank the budget analyst office for their work and their report. >> and happy to answer any questions. >> thank you very much supervisor yee. >> in regards to the rebates is for both residential and commercial? >> correct supervisor the department receives a contract with pg&e
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and that program for our energy watch program is multiple levels we work with multiple housing building and work on residential buildings. >> all efforts to reduce energy salesforce for customers. >> do you have a breakdown residents to local businesses. >> we have this information but certainly we'll fortune to our office. >> mr. secretary. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee on page 25 of our report the estimated $14 million budget 40s for the contract over 5 years is shown in table one and in addition the contractor will pay cash redates baits up
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to $40 million to the customers for qualifying the energy savings upgrades and commercial and residential proposals we recommend you approve that. >> thank you, mr. rose open up for public comment anyone wish to comment seeing none, public comment is closed. >> all right. i'll make a motion to send to the full board. >> motion by supervisor tang and seconded by supervisor yee madam clerk item 11. >> item 11 hearing to consider the release of the reserve funds in the amount of one plus for the carbon fund project. >> mr. rodriquez working with. >> mr. rodriquez from the department of the environment the department is requesting approval of reels of one and $20,000 from reserve those founded are specifically come
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from the san francisco carbon fund and again for folks memory that is essentially any travel that any city employee does a consider percentage goes to the carbon fund and our goal to try to reduce green house gas emissions and we went through a selective competitive bid process an rfp to identify the programs that we could invest in and specifically we have 6 projects one i want to brought to your attention because i think that is as very initiative a micro loan on the energy assistance programs in many cases the small businesses may not have the up front cash to pay for the program so we're creating a small micro program to allow them to assess the energies salesforce and pay that over time as a resolving account
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we're excited about that program and encourage your support for the release of funds i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> thank you supervisor tang. >> thank you. i think that the project selected are great in general when did the funding or application cycle. >> the applications cycles will be twice a year in the fall and again in the springs is the kind of the two opportunities we put together. >> okay. great because and then also how is the outreach in terms of our the rfp process i think there are so many projects that quality but kept in the loop of the opportunities. >> absolutely make sure that the supervisors offices will know about the rfp. >> okay. thank you. >> colleagues, any questions. >> mr. rose, can we go to your report. for item 11 please. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee on page
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29 of the report there is table 23 details the grantees and the expenditures that will be paid from this requested one and 20 thousand release of retired funds we recommend you release those funds. >> colleagues questions or comments that move on to public comment anyone wish to comment on item number item 11. >> seeing none, public comment is closed. so procedural we'll file the motion and release the funds okay. >> i'll make a motion to release the funds motion by supervisor tang and seconded by supervisor yee and item 12 the modification for the agreements to authorize the informational boat program between the developments and the city in a.m. an not to exceed
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$10.8 million from june this year to 2016 and welcome back. >> good morning actuarial keating waring with the airport this is accident final amendment to an existing contract with polaris contract for the services throughout the airport the airport has this contract in place provided information on airport facilities and services and ground transportation and public transportation and xhoomthsz as well as language for non-speaking english passengers things irresistance 2011 was a result of the proposal process and had an initial terms of 3 years and two, one year options to extend at the extend that through june 2016 in march 2016
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the airport commission authorized the staff for a new contracted more information booklets and guest service assistance the new contractor with include additional services as much as customs and assistance and manage airport lost and found program this new contracts requires property tax not in place until the ends of april we're asking to modify to extend the term by 6 months through december of 2016 the proposed 6 month extension to the existing contract will increase the amount by $1.2 million for a new contract amount of $10 million plus the budget analyst does point out we need retrofit active for
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july of this year. >> if no questions mr. rose, can we go to your report. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee on the bottom of page 32 we report the proposed contract will there not to exceed one million dollars plus from the .6 to 10 and as ms. wagner stated from july 1st, 2016, through december 31st, 2016, we show a table two on page 33 of our report that summarizes we recommend you amend this for retrofit activity and recommend you adopt that has amended. >> colleagues if piano
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questions open up for public comment public comment is closed. >> i'll move to accept mr. rose's amendments and send out for approval with a positive recommendation. >> without objection. >> call will item 13 please. item 13 resolution approving the awarded professional services agreement to ss p for the management program, 2011 approximately $19.5 million and in june 2020 with one major extension. >> ms. wagner welcome back keating with the san francisco airport they're seeking your approval for a curbside for an initial term of one year option for june 30th of 2021 they're
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the airport that includes the limousine and the tmc holding lot not including the door-to-door vance and the airport issued a new rfp for the share ride will come before you for your consideration new ad ones is janitorial for the exterior and interior for the booths and graffiti removal as needed the first year contract costs are approximately $4.7 million for labor and operations costs and will increase by 2 percent for a contract not to exceed approximately $19.5 million for the term of contract this contract is the result of a competitive bid process and the
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budget analyst report recommended approval i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> thank you, ms. wagner. >> mr. rose, can we go to your report. >> yes. mr. chairman, and members of the committee on page bottom of page 37 of the report table 3 on page 38 shows a detailed breakdown allergy fiscal year of the proposal agreement cost totally $19 million plus that is over the initial 4 year term of the agreement and on page 39 again, we recommend that the prompt resolution be amend for retrofit activity for 2016 and recommend you approve as recommended. >> thank you, mr. rose colleagues in confesses wish to comment on item number on 13. >> seeing none, public comment is closed. a motion to accept the bftsz recommendations and move forward as recommended >> so moved. >> motion by supervisor tang
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and seconded by supervisor yee without objection madam clerk could we still supervisor tang. >> yes. i'd like to make a motion to go back to item 9 and rescind the vote there. >> motion by supervisor katie tang we have a presentation in the puc we'll take that without objection. the votes on number 9 is rescinded. >> great to be here. >> i'll make this very short. >> the second leased amendment that i'm here to discuss a lease between the city and county of san francisco and the public utilities commission and mission valley rock to reduce the premises to accommodate the long term project in consideration of the payment of 29 thousand publication and reimbursement of expenses incurred by mission
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valley rock for the mining plan i want to brief show you what we are doing here this is the quarry the areas highlighted and shaded in pink we're taking back on a temporary base for the starj the area highlighted in green are the area we're taking back permanent for a water shed the adjacent to the water item enkirtd by the red line pursue the lease buy out was vetted by the m i appraiser and in close to the resolution we ask the board of supervisors to approve and authorize the lease amendment and adopt the finding from the ceqa guidelines and the administrative code chapter three 1 and authorize the city director of property and the
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city's deputy manager to execute the documents and take action in futures of this action. >> colleagues, any questions be move on to public comment anyone wish to comment on item number 9 seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues now >> motion to send forth item 9 i move we send it to the full board with a positive recommendation and >> madam clerk, is there any additional business to come before this body? >> there's no further business. >> >> thanks everyone we're impossible. announcer: when you open a book,
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people come and subcontract it is in recent years we see a drop off of a lot of bookstores both national chains and neighborhoods by the neighborhood stores where coming you don't want to - one of the great things of san francisco it is neighborhood neighborhood have dentist corrosive are coffeehouses but 2, 3, 4 coffeehouses in month neighborhoods that are on their own- that
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(shouting.). >> more and more city's high san francisco is committing to dislocate to end all traffic death that means improving safety for people walking and driving and safety on our streets is everyone's responsibility people can make mistakes but not result in injury or death all traffic collisions are preventable as drivers you play a large role that will give you the tools to drive safely on streets a recent survey asks hundreds of drivers about save city introduce driving what did they say watch for distracted behavior and slow down and be patient and check for people before you turn the facts about city driving shows how important to be alert
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most collisions happen in good weather allowance even at 25 mile-per-hour it takes a vehicle 85 feet to stop this is almost 7 car lengths slowing down makes collisions less savior when a person is hit by a passerby vehicle 25 minor the chance of death is 25 percent 40 percent that increases inform 85 percent slowing down didn't cost much time driving behind a person takes 9 extra semiautomatic and stopping at the yellow light takes only 30 seconds by hitting someone costs you hours and weeks of our time and maybe a life take a deep breath and take
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you're time cities cross america are being safely for walking and driving some streets are confusing here's what you need to know all intersection kroukz of novelist marked some are marked to make them more visible other crosswalks and intersections are raised to the level of sidewalk to actress as speed bump and people are maybe crossing be cautious and watch for people when you approach any intersection advanced limit lines and pedestrian yield signs show drivers where people walk and stop behind the lines at stop signs and for people crossing
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bulb outs where the sidewalks extends into the street make that tease easy to see pedestrians and remember to slow down whether making reasons and watch for people on sidewalk estimations extensions that maybe closer than you expect and bicyclists may motive to the left to get around bulb outs this gives people a head start allowing pedestrians to enter the crosswalk before transfer starts moving makes them more visible pedestrian scrimmage and stop the vehicles in all directions allow people to cross including department of building inspection scrambles are paired with no light restriction and rapid beacons you turn bright whether the pedestrians are there or the center is activated
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precede slowly as you approach the beacons especially, if their activated a pedestrian crossing light turns yellow before turning sold red back to flash red procedure after making a full stop as long as the sidewalk is empty and, of course, stop whenever the light is red traffic circles reduce conflicts you must stop at the strewn and precede around the raise your right hand of the circle watch for people in crosswalks and people in bikes coming around the circle arrows indicate where people with bikes share the intersections and people have ride to people on bikes have the
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right to use the lane whether or not in the sharing bike lanes are for people protected by parks e.r. parked cars and stay out of separated bike lanes unless an emergency dashed bike lanes are a shared zone four for vehicles to change lanes slow bike lanes allow the circles their unusually sprayed before me from other traffic some bike lanes are built to the level higher than the street but lower than the sidewalk they provide a safe separated space sponsor cyclists are around vehicles the box areas are marked with the stencil at intersections act as advanced limit lines for people
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to garter at a red light this increases the 1r0ir7b9 to drivers people will ride past stopped vehicles at the fronltd of the intersection give them room and stop short of limit line behind the bike without objection and cross only after the green light and people cleared the bike box bicycle traffic lights allow people on bikes to proceed while vehicles are stopped be unaware aware of those bike san francisco general hospital but stay alert and only skrans when the vehicle is cleared the intersection let's take a quiz to see what all of learned here we go number one when do month collisions happen did you say in daytime you're correct
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question two if an intersection is not marched is it still a crosswalk yes did you get it right great job one more before we go on what's one of the best things to do to avoid collisions? you can it take a breath pay attention and slow down city streets are crowded and chaotic so seeing everyone every single everything is difficult here's a test how many times did the white team pass the ball? if you answered 11 you're correct but did you notice anything else
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also be aware ever you're surrounded and remember that is easy 0 miss something if you're not looking for it here's some basic principles driving near peep e people from you're driver's seat it is difficult address our mirrors to reduce blind spots people on bicycles maybe be in our blind spot give yourselves plenty of time to react look out stay on the road from building to building not just curve to curve check driveways and behind parked vehicles for people that enter our path turning vehicles are especially dangerous important people walking and collisions often occur when vehicles are making tunnels when
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you turn remember check for people using the crosswalk before starting you're turn watch for people on bikes traveling in the ongoing direction always check our mirrors and blind spots patience pays off take a moment to make sure you're clear while it might feel you'll save time by driving fast or turning without checking you won't save driving only adds a few semiautomatic to our trip a collision can cost you, your job or someone's live here's important things to remember all crosswalks are legal and pedestrian have the right-of-way people cross the street anywhere children and seniors and people with disabilities are the most vulnerable think city strits give buses and streetcars a lot
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of the space or people returning to catch a train don't block the box this creates dangerous situation for people walking how are forced into moving traffic and people bicycling out of the bike lane and people on bikes most city streets are legal for bicyclists even without signs people biking can fall in front of you provide a safe amount of space when passing someone on a bike a minimum of 3 feet is required by law in california and people on bikes prefer to be in the bike lane in for the this is often to avoid accidents give them room people on bikes will stay away
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from the traffic or watch out for open doors whoops that was a close one expect people to go to the front of the light and pass on the right a tap of the horn maybe useful to make you're preservation known but avoid using the horn it may saturday night be someone vehicles anybody right turns are especially dangerous important biking always approach right turns properly signal early and wait for people biking through the intersection move as far to the right to people on bikes can pass on the left let's try a few more questions who are the most vulnerable people on city streets? children?
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seniors, and people with disabilities why do people on bikes ride close to travel there to avoid car doors what is one of the most dangerous situations for people walking and riding bikes? turning vehicles and what can you do to make sure that everyone is safe in any situation? thartsz stay patient and alert and, of course, slow down parking and loading a vehicle on accredit city streets is a challenge weather parking and unloading always check for people in our mirrors and blind spots and on
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the driver's side with our right turn right hand this causes you to look 40 on your left for bicyclists when passersby exiting the vehicle make sure about opening the door know where loading zones are if not loading zones available use side streets never stop in bike lanes or traffic lanes. >> bad weathering and visible rain and fog or low lighting make it hard to see you're vehicle is likely to slide or loss control in eye i didn't controls and create issues for people walking and biking they tried try to avoid pulled and umbrellas and construction get
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slippery for people the safety thing to do in conditions whether wet or icy or dark slow down and drive more carefully remember going fast may on this save you a few semiautomatic but speeding may cause you a life or you're job people walking and biking are vulnerable people can be distracted or make unsafe decisions as a driver the responsibility for safety lies with you a collision could mean the loss of our life or you're job and dealing with the legal implementations could take years or an emotional toll if someone is killed in a crash help us achieve vision zero and everyone can use the streets safely. >> thank you for watch and
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following the important driving tests your remember we're counting on you >> this is regular meeting och the commission on community
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investment and infrastructure. successor agency commission to san francisco redevelopment agency for tuesday july 19, 2016. welcome members the public. madam secretary please call the first item. >> thank you, the first order of business is item one, roll call. please responds when i call your name. commissioner pimentel, present. commissioner bustos, here. commissioner singh, here. vice chair mondejar, here. madam chair rosales, here. whether members of the commission are present. the next order of business is item 2, announcements. a the next regularly scheduled meeting will be held august 2, 2016 at 1 p.m. at city hall room 416. announcements of prohibition of sounds producing electronic devices during the meeting.
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please be advised that the ringing of and use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound-producing electronic devices are prohibited at this meeting. please be advised that the chair may order the removal from the meeting room of any person responsible for the ringing of or use of a cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic device. c, announcement of time allotment for public comment. please be advised a member of the public has up to three minutes to make a pertinent public comments on each agenda item unless the commission adopts a shorter period on any item. it is strongly recommended that members of the public who wish to address the commission should fill out a speaker card and submit the completed card to the commission secretary. the next order of business is item 3 report on action taken at previous closed session meeting if any. there are no reportable business. ite 784, matters of unfinished business. there
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are no matters of unfinished business. the next order of business is item 5, matters of new business consisting on consent and regular agenda. first consent agenda. approval of the minutes of june 21, 2016.. b, authorizing a second amendment to the master lease with the u.s. department of the navy for parcel b, to extend the term from july 1, 2016 to june 30, 2017 or upon the conveyance of parcel b to the office of community investment and infrastructure, whichever is sooner; hunters point shipyard redevelopment project area. action, resolution number 312016. madam chair. >> thank you. do we have speaker cards on consent agenda items? >> i do not have any for consent. >> thank you. commissioners,
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we have the approval of the minutes of june 21, 2016 and the second amendment to the master lease with u.s. department of navy. do you have comments? questions? motion? commissioner singh moved and bustos seconded. please call the roll. >> please announce your slote when i call your name. commissioner pimentel, yes. commissioner bustos, yes. commissioner singh, yes. vice chair mondejar, yes. madam chair rosales, yes. i have 5 ayes >> the consent agenda is adopted >> the next item is 5 b, authorizing a personal service contract with mjf and associates consulting sole propietership to manage ocii
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hunters point shipyard and provide outreach and support service to the mayors's hunters point shipyard citizen advisory sxhity, legacy foundation and ocii for contract term of july 1, 2016 to june 30, 2019 and total contract anount of $997,906.77 : hunters point shipyard redevelopment project area, discussion and action resolution number 32-2016. madam director. >> thank you madam secretary. good afternoon to the commissioners and good afternoon to the members of the mublic. thank you for joining us. as typical there are a number of administrative matters pursuant to purchase policy. the former redevelopment agency and now the commission is continuing the practice of establishing a
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important physical presence on the shipyard to provide administrative and support services given to bayview and southeast and the city so this particular contract is before for review and consideration. all cost associated with this contract are reimburseed by the shipyard master developer. i like to have [inaudible] who is project manager to present the item. >> good afternoon. my name is [inaudible] assistant project manager at the ocii hunters point shipyard area and coming today to seek approval for personal services contract for the ocii shipyard site office with mjm and associates consulting. quick
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presentation overview. i will review the frauject area and back pp ground for the site office, the contract solicitation process we went to am to a agreement, proprosed contract we seek to have approved and next steps. in this slide you'll see a overview of the hunters point shipyard and candle stick project area the consultant will service and probably familiar to all you but this is just a snapshot of candle stick and hunters point shipyard area. a bit of background
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about the ocii site office, 1991 u.s. grass authorizes the navy to transfer the shipyard in phases after-environmental remediation to sfra which is now ocii. 1995, the hunters point shipyard cac formed by to the mayors office to advise sfra on redevelopment of the shipyard. and in 1996, sfra now ocii began operations of the shipyard site office. more of a backgrounds for the site office. the shipyard site office provides administrative services and support to cac legacy foundation which makes recommendations to ocii commission on the use of phase 1 and phase 2 community benefits
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funs. dissiminate information to the public regarding the shipyard and candsal stick poichbt area. provide property management services and outreach to the community. the slide details timeline of the rfp process and on february 17, 2016 ocii issued a rfp for the site office management services. march 2 ocii staff held a conferenceope toon the public all and walked through the rfp and invited questions from potential proposers. march 21, was a date the proposals were actually due. april 11, a panel interviewed and ranked proposals received. a total of 3 received. april through may
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2016 we held contract negotiations. june 16, 2016 we went before the business and employment subcommittee of the cac for review. june 27, twnt 16 will before executive subcommittee. prior to going to full cac on july 11, we incorporated feedback we received at the previous two meetings into the contract before seeking approval to move forward from the full cac and it was approved july 11, 2016 we should move forward to seek ocii commission approval. here a brief discrepgz of the scope of services of the requirements that were to be demonstrated in the rfp response and the first was to be able to
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provide admin straistive support services and that isstuffing and operating the site office, monday through friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. sufficient staff to be there to staff the office during those office hours. as well as staffing and supporting the cac or citizens advisory committee for legacy meetings held in the evening. demonstrate they can provide the outreach service squz project area services which includes badges and reservation system. and additional reporting requirements also detailed in the rfp. minimum qualifications quickly were a minimum of 3 years of recent experience. demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse populations. demonstrated familiar arty with
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shipyard and candle stick point area and bayview hunters point chunty. experience work wg public sector clients. knowledge of sth brown act, public records act and applicable public agency laws as well as demonstrated ability and work plan to perforum the work scope. this details the proposal evaluation process from the proposals being reviewed, the interviews conducted, the panelist scoring the proposers, the compliance reviewing the fees proposed; putting together a matrix of the score squz finally, ranking the proposers. in this process ocii received 3 proposals after the review and written proposals and interviews the panel
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recommended in the ord er listed below mjf associates and consulting rsh jbr partners andiolaundas administration and traffic control. in line with our procedures, we negotiated with the top rank proposer and came to an agreement and the contractor mjf and associates consulting and outreach subcontractor jbr partners a contract term goes from july 1, 2016 to june 30, 2019, 3 year contract with a total budget of $997,906.77. you will also see a year by year break down of the proposed contract. here you see a break
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down of the kope of services to be provided by mjf and associates, the top rank proposer which will provide site office management service including administrative service, staffing public meetings, the shipyard badging program and site office community [inaudible] as well as managing the subcontractor jbr partners who will provide out reach services. today i'm here seeking approval of the commission to execute the proposed site office contract that is presented. we also just to let you know we have both of the contractors present today, mjf associates consulting as well as jbr partners. >> thank you. we will need to
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take public comment first before we entertain questions. >> i do, mr. oscar james, ace washington and pastor bell. please come forward. >> good afternoon commissioners. it is a pleasure to be here once again to see your bright and happy faces. i'm oscar james a native of bayview hunters point and served on [inaudible] task force for the close of the shipyard under him and also under honorable phil burton who was the person responsible for having community input in the hunters point shipyard. one of our concerns on the task force is make sure the community have participation in all aspects of the hunters point
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shipyard during the closures as far as employment, overseeing what is best sfr the community. mjf have done to me a terrific job. i would really appreciate you guys approving their contract. anything that the community ask or want to know about what is happening in hunters point shipyard the office is more than glad to help us, to show eech and every person in our community or the city what is happening in hunters point shipyard. we have trust in them as a community residents. i served in many capacities in bayview hunters point and have full trust in this particular company, these particular companies. so i support them 100 percent and hope you guys will pass it. this off the record, i want to thank the warriors winning
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their suit and coming back to san francisco. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> mr. washington. >> good evening commissioners, ace washington, ace on the case. gives me great honor always to come speak before and people and give me great honor to support a project. i'm normally here to tell my feelings on it but have the highest respect for the job they have been doing. and even the legacy coming from [inaudible] they have done a outstanding job and i am a person i love information and quh i call their office and get the information and they have been very, how can you put it? i would strongly suggest you support this. probably give another
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$500,000 because they need it. the thing i say for the record, don't repeat what they did to fillmore street. i support the project. >> thank you. >> good afternoon commissioners. pastor bell, excuse my voice. recently i had surgery and not recovering as well as i thought i should. sound a little like mohammed ali. i'm in support of mjf as my previous predecessors have said, they have done an outstanding job and i'm so glad that they are being retained because of the symbiotic relationship we had with them over the years. the community
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is supporting them and they are always available to give information, dissiminate information and the community gives us that feedback on them. it was to the point i say why do we have another rfp. they are doing such a tremendous job. i'm here to offer my support and let you know i'm a san franciscan and grew up in the old fillmore, relocated to hunters point, went away to college and came back and now am a resident of the city that i'm so happy to be here and i'm just excited about what is being done at the shipyard. i think it is a tremendous brownie point for us in the city that the community was not left out
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in this whole transition. so again, i want to offer my support and if there is anything i can do to support you and them i'm more than willing to do it. thank you very much. >> thank you. any other public comment? thank you for those comments. commissioners, anyone have a comment or question? commissioner singh? >> i think they are experienced people and want to move this. >> okay, any questions? moved by commissioner singh and second by commissioner bustos. comments or questions? looks to me like the process was well done and very transapparent so happy to see that. happy to support the motion. please call the roll. >> announce your vote when i call your
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name. commissioner pimentel, yes. commissioner bustos, yes. commissioner singh, yes. vice chair mondejar, yes and continue the good work. madam chair rosales, yes. i have 5 ayes >> the contract is approved. thank you. please call the next item. >> the next item is 5 d, authrising a prnl service contract with langan treadwell and rollo a new jersey corporation for environmental technical support services for the environmental remediation of hunters point shipyard for contract term of august 1, 2016 to july 31, 2019 with two one year offices to extend for total contract amount not to exceed 1 mil $1,900,000, hunters point shipyard redevelopment
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area. madam director. >> thank you madam screert. commissioners this is another important administrative matter for the hunters point shipyard. as you know, the land is transferred to ocii once the navy and the federal regulators certified it is clean and safe and rend ready for intended use before construction during construction and post construction. a critical step to that transfer is having the right environmental technical support services and this contract before you is for just that and mrs. [inaudible] senior project manager for hunters point shipyard candle stick point will walk through the contract and compliance. >> thank you and good afternoon chair rosales and commissioners.
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[inaudible] project manager fl personal services contract with langan, treadwell and rollo for environmental technical consultant services on the ship yards. presentation overview, very quickly. i'll provide background on the hinters point shipyard environmental remediation and provide a overview of the environmental technical support services proposed in the contract including scopef work and budget and this is a sole source contract so reviewing the sole source justification and providing overview of the equal employment opportunities that langan has demonstrated in the past and moving forward if the contract is approved and finally, reviewing the staff recommendations for this contract. quick overview of just the parties involved in the environmental remediation activities at the
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shipyard. those include u.s. department of navy of course who is responsible for the environmental remediation activities and their work is overseen by regulators. the lead agency overseeing is u.s. environmental protection agency or u.s. epa and they are supported in the decisions they make by california department of toxic substances control as well as regional water quality control board. ocii environmental team also engages in the oversight of environmental remediation and includes ocii staff and staff from san francisco kapartment of public health and city attorney. personal service contract provides serves to the ocii team. the last party is our development partner, cp development and affiliate of
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lunar. brief history and background of the shipyard and this environmental remediation activity. 1974, the u.s. navy closed operations of the shipyard and in 1989 the congress placed the shipyard on the national priorities list under the comprehensive environmental respaunsonse act. the navy and regulatory eejss in 1992 entered into a federal facilities agreement which permitted compleen up work to begin. 1999 the city through department of public works began contract with langan treadwell and rollo. in 2000 the redevelopment agency through a letter agreement with department of public works began our relationship with langan and in 2003 the redevelopment agency
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contracted directly with them for these services. 2004, the navy and redevelopment agency is assumed by ocii entered into a conveyance pugrument which permits for transfer of the shipyard as the property is cleaned. that year parcel a which is phase one development in the shipyard hill top and hill side was transferred to redevelopment agency and development work is well under way. it took over 10 years but finally did it with the second transfer of parcels uc 1, uc 2 and d 2. it is anticipated the transfer will start happening more frequently and we are anticipating the remaining parcels will be transferred in the next 5 years. quick remind er
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of the development proposed. the phase two of development will have approximately 4200 homes as well as over 3 million square feet of research and development and commercial space along with the preservation of the artist community that is currently there. the shipyard also has the navy parcels overlaid on to it. the parcels completed are a, a 1, d 2, uc 1 and 2. these are findsings of suitability to transfer and that is what we anticipate getting for the parcels in the next 5 years. the next tranlzfer we anticipate will come to the commission spring of next year and will include b 1, g and ir 718 which are large development blocks and allow development to move forward in earnest on the shipyard. a quick if
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there is a thing of the process. the clean up of the property is governed by documents and agreements relateic to each parcel. the federal facilities agreement and conveyance agreements are agreements between the navy and regulators. the permit for the remediation and conveyance of the property through the circle process. these decision documents are created for each document and it isn't as straight forward a process as i lay out here but the recordf decision is the document that selects the environmental remedy for each parcel and have the record of decision, which is how the remedy will be implemented. it includes lands use control for the site which will be
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transferred to successive owners including ocii. examples include maintenance and inspection the durerable cover remedy, growing fruits and vegetables on the site and prohibition of using grounds water. the racker is prepared by the navy and reviewed by the regulators and outlines the work that has been performed on the site and once this is reviewed and approved and regulators and navy confirm all the prefranzfer operations occurred the fineings of pseudoability to transfer happens. the navy opens the conveyance oenough property. we accept the property with restrictions on it post transfer including restrict use of property which carries the lands use restrictions from the what we call the land use control remedial
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design down to future and successive property owners. we also have the risk management plan which i identified activities that can be performed post transfer without getting approval from the regulatory agencies, however, for other development activities the navy and regulators have to approve restricted activities work plan. there is lots of actirfbties before and after the environmental remediation and continued use of the site. this is a more graphic way of representing the process just to show how both community is engaged in this process and it is not as linear as my previous slide suggests. there is always opportunity for new information to come forward about the environmental contaminants on the site or there could be new
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clean up goals set for the site so you can always go back to a previous stage in the process. and one piece the process that is really important, but wasn't noted on the other slide is post transfer we have a continued oversight at the local level through article 31. this is administered by san francisco department of public health and post transfer requires dbi consult and receive approval before dbi will issue a building permit. dph role is monitor and enforce compliance with any restricted activities to insure development is occurring consistent with the remediation. so, moving to what the item in front of you today is the personal service contract for environmental technical support services and this scope of work does
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support the ocii environmental team. the scope of work aids with the process i just out 37 lined through review and evaluation of cercla decision documents and clean up activities. the consultant will advise on post transfer obligations. really important is consultants ability to provide public outreach through presenting to community groups and addressing concerns and also prepare white papers for commissions and boards to explain the status. finally, the consultant assists with amendments to article 31. we have found as we have been implementing the code there are places where clarity could be provided to help in the implementation so we'll seek to do that with this scope. so, the specific personal services
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contract is with langan treadwell and rollo for 3 year term of august 2016 to july 2019. there are two one year extensions that take the contract a full 5 year contract term through july 2021 and when we expect the sites to receive suitability for transfer. the base term of 3 years is $1.22 million and the two years extension would add additional $680 thousand for 5 year term of $1.9 million. as i mentioned, this is sole source crarkt and didn't go through the solicitation process however staff thinks a sole source is justified because of the
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contractors extensive history and experience on the project that does make them uniquely qualified. langan provided this scope of work to ocii for over 17 years and in that they gained site specific knowledge. the remediation the shipyard is broken into 50 by five 0 foot grids and contaminates of each grid is understood and reviewed and langan has the site specific knowledge. they also gained significant institutional knowledge over the course of 17 years which is culminated in the fact there is so much staff turnover with navy and regulators they consult with our consultant. there is very significant work ongoing and need to continue having the consultants assistance with specifically, rad
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logical restrictions. as the commission may know, there are certain parcels on the shipyard, specifically ir 1718s and portions on the shore line and lands fill that have rad logical restrictions. this is over seen by department of public helths raidation health branch. in their work with ocii environmental team, langan has prepared and presented a license exemption request to california department of public health which was the first submitted in the state and that process was successful and as we move forward with the transfer of the other of all of those parcels we are hopeful we can rely on langans expertise in successfully navigated the process again. lang nl is also the lead author a ocii request to regulators to
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list residential use restriction on parcel g, which is parcel that will be coming up for transfer in the spring. so, we are hopeful that langan can maintain and continue their work on that process as well. finally, as stated we are hopeful the transfer of the parcels will come at a steady pace over the next 5 years and spitching consultants at this point can result in a multi-year delay receiving the parcels from the navy and delaying development of the site. i did want to make a quick note of the equal employment opportunities langan will embark on for this contract. they seek to enter into association agreement with ags.
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ags is a minority owned san francisco based business. they will per sue 3565 split which under our contracting policies will allow the contract to receive 100 percent sbe participation. langan has undertaken a robust trainee program and trained 6 college students. two of the 6 trainees are full time employees and one is a part time employee while completing their degree at city college. moving forward if this suproved langan commitmented to hiring 4 additional trainees and a 5th if the contract extensions were approved. staff is recommending the
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commission authorize executive director to enter into the personal service contract with langan treadwell and rollo for environmental technical consulting service. the 3 year base term of august 1, 2016 through july 31, 2019 and two one year options to extend. the total contract for 5 years is proposed at 1.9 million dollars. i did want to make note that i'm joined here today by my colleagues [inaudible] there she is. colleagueed amy brawno and joined by [inaudible] of langan treadwell and rollo and [inaudible] sbe associate from ajf. thank you. >> thank you, we'll take public comment first. do we have speaker cards? >> we do, mr. ace washington and mr. oscar james.
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>> good evening. i was going over the track record are and history of hunters point. i have been around a long time and documented years ago and notice the name here from the contracts. i'm very impressed with hiring in the community, which is always good. my only concern is show a parallel of the last group here-this is environmental and i look around and don't see none of the community people that used to come up and talk and some have passed on. the great mother jackson and others, but i don't see them coming up to advocate for-it is not because they don't need it. i am the [inaudible] migration and clearly said we are obsolete in the city and county and you all
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talk about 5 years from now, from my estimate we will be less than 1 percent here in the city. therefore, all the good things you are seeing today, in 5 years you might not say that because we as african americans will probably not be around to benefit and that comes from the population going down. i'm the zar of out migration and will lobby from this point out to make sure kids and grand kids are part of it. i would suggest to this company, take heed to the last company in hiring outreach specialists. somebody that look like people in the community and [inaudible] immediately. immediately for outreach. now, speaking on behalf of what the
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city offered for us black folks, i'm reluctant to say but the truth the matter, we as african americans will not be around. as you go through the statistics of the out migration. certain department heads are supposed to work on it, nobody is. this mayor is not. it is budget time. i look at the budget, no where mention anything about african american, none of that. it says every other race. it was handed to him by lieutenant governor i may have to knock on his door. it is all most 10 years the out migration and went to the [inaudible] commission the other day, nothing is in the budget for us. we put a hold on all that. ace is on the case. i want to go through all the projects to find what is going on lt we need to be part of
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whatever is left. >> thank you, mr. washington. >> oscar james again. hunters point shipyard. i was one the first ones to bring up on the mayors task force in 73 about the toxins in hunters point shipyard. my father works in the hunters point shipyard and helped put a lot the toxics in the hunters point shipyard and fair lon islands. my concern is e and e 2, the lan fill that was out there. that is something i have seen been a fill. it once was a water and filled it with lead where they were sand blasting ships and raidation rods and barrels taken from the experimental labs in the
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hunters point shipyards where uc-it is by the train tracks. since the shipyard closed, the 9 story building has raidation in there. i don't know if it is d, but what i'm asking for this commission to look very hard at parcel e and e 2. i want it 100 percent clean. i have been talking to the navy. i haven't gone to any meet ingsilately because my mother is sick in the past. i will go to the clean up-shipyard clean up meeting i can't go this week, but we need to keep an
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eye on e and e 2. i feel they did a tremendous job cleaning up the sewage pipes there. they took the old ones out and replaced some of the new ones from the experimental buildings where a lot of the toxins had wnt through the land but they cleaned a lot of that up. i'm in favor of a lot of the things they have done, but at the same time when we fought to get it listed as --what do you call it? when they listed it as being dirty, superfund we fought to get that because of all the toxins and things that were there. like i said, the main part to
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me where the raid augz rods is pier e and e 1 and 2 and like the knhigz to make sure that is 100 percent clean. i know a lot of people in the community are against what i'm saying in favor of this company getting the contract but i do support them. i like the fact that they hired a lot of people from the community and will continue on hiring a lot of the people in the community and that is our goal. i like to see the faces of those people they hired from our community. some can look like me, but at the same time i was born in raised out there. it was never 100 percent african americans, we had a diverse community and all the people that have been out there have a opportunity to have preference
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just like myself. we have to get a-when we fought and had a memorandum understanding 5 #0e percent oaf the community, it was everybody. that's not discriminate with race. sometimes my people dont get the jobs so want people in the community who ever want to work get those jobs. when they hire people from the community, bring some of the people out so we can see their faces. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> those are all the speaker cards i have. >> okay. commissioners, any questions for staff? >> thank you, madam president.
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on page number 11, the work is ongoing and [inaudible] user request. how much job is done or needed to be done? >> so, the one rad logical request on ir 17 is successful and don't know if we will be required to go through a similar process on the other parcels i mentioned. the residential use restriction is currently well underway and the process could take up to a year to resolve for the current parcel, parcel g and we have similar issues on parcels c 1 and d. >> you think it will be done in 5 years? >> it has to be done before the transfer of the property so yes, it will be done in the 5 years.
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>> before we entertain a motion, commissioner pimentel. >> how long has the training program been in existence? >> let me see if [inaudible] can speak to that. >> the training requirements have been part of our contracts with the redevelopment agency and with ocii, so i think that goes back to 2004. >> 2004, there has been 6 college trainee students? and then if the contract was to be extended, you would hire one additional? >> yes, with the current contract language previously in our
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first contract there wasn't a clear number of trainees over the contract and actually-our first trainee we kept over a year as a intern and hired him full time, so now there is clarity for each $0-500 thousand there should be a training associate would those dollar amounts. for the first 4 years that is 4 trainees so we would try to get a person in there every 6 months and we sometimes had two trainees at a time. if two folks from the community are available at the same time, we did that for one requirement. we had just two folks at the same time. we tend to often keep them longer than 6 months just to round out their experience dependent on the opportunity we have for folks.
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>> okay. >> i have a question on the association with ags. how long has the partnership or relationship because it sounds like ags was a subcontractor for a while and this is a proposed prime association? >> yeah, and durinda may be better able to speak of history have relationship but know they have done other associations in the past successfully with ags so it is a relationship that is able to grow. >> if i may to the chair, the commission did amend the purchasing policy last year to clarify the credit for associations, so as a result of that and working with ocii staff including compliance staff we were able to work with the proprosed contractor bumping it up to the prime.
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>> this award is to the two companies? >> the personal services contract is awarded to langan, treadwell and rollo and enter into agreement with ags to make sure it meets the policy goals of 35/65 split. >> i just want to make sure we are-i know the answer, but asking on the record that through this association process given not just the prior relationship but new relationship which may or may not be very different from had past relationship, we are building capacity in ags to mirror capacity that langan has, yes? >> yes. i think that is true. i think previously ags was used as a subconsultant on the contract to admichbster phase 1 esa's don't
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ask what esa stands for. in the future scope of work ags will engage in that scope but additionally reviewing the documents i outlined in the presentation. >> we have a motion by commissioner bustos, unless you have a question. seconded by commissioner pimentel. please call the roll. >> please announce your vote when i call your name. commissioner pimentel, yes. commissioner bustos, yes. commissioner singh, yes. vice chair maunds har, yes. madam chair rosales, yes. i have 5 ayes. >> the contract is approved. thank you. can you please call the next item, >> 5 e authorizing a personal service contract with mjm management
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grume california corporation for praurpt management of mission bay open space system for initial term of 3 years with one year option to extend the contract for a total aggregate management fee not to exceed 1 $1,215,135 authorizing the initial fiscal year 2016-2017 operating budget in amount of 1 $1,930,935 and authorizing the executive director to approve the subsquents annual operating budgets. mission day north and south redevelopment project areas, discussion and action resolution number 34-2016. madam director. >> commissioners, this is another moving to mission bay important administrative matter before
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you. certainly in your capacity as implementing the community development scope in mission bay and in your capacity as the mellow ruse community facilities administration not just for construction including parks but ongoing maintenance so it isn't a burden to general fund and voters are not voting on bond measures to keep upkeep and maintenance. this will provide ongoing park maintenance to mission bay system as well as initial approval of the initial operateic budget as typical as you have in years past. with that introduction i like to ask mark [inaudible] our mission bay project manager to walk you through the proposed procurement process in compliance with our purchasing policy, proposed contract scope and review
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process. with that, mark. >> thank you executive director bohee. mark [inaudible] project manager mission bay. theite item before you is request for management of mission bay open space and approval of the operating budget for 2016-17 fiscal year and executive director to apruchb subsequent annual operating budgets. brief overview, overview oof open space, mellow rooz community district number 5, current park management contract, selection process, property manage contract we are proposing, operating budget for fy 2016- 17, mission bay valvement with rfp
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process and equal opportunities program and staff recommendation. mission bay north and south will include 41 acres of park land developed by master developer. these parks are owned by the city, the port and puc owner par tis pitation agreements ocii manages the park lands and will do so until 2043. the management and maintenance is funding. one of the process is select [inaudible] what you have is a chart of the open space showing different ownerships. the city owns the majority and port and puc has a couple sites in future as well as current
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projects. parks are open to the mublic and managed by mjm and include portionoffs mission creek park on p 1 and mission bay north parks 1-5. along [inaudible] boulevard. parks on mission bay commons. open space and the recently opened kids park just the other week. in the next 3 years we expect 12 more parks to open starting with mariposa park that will open next month by ucsf. this chart here you get to see a map here you see the open space parks that are ownen are marked with x and darker green will open in the next 3 to 5 years. total it will be 29 parks and open space parcels. funding
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for the open space come from community district number 5 which is one of the 3 mellow rooz districts formed in 1999 to fund abigation tooz maintain and repair mission bay open space. these taxes apply to all private development in the mission bay accept for block x 3. ucsf pays inlieu fee for campus processes, affordable housing and government properties and right of ways do not have to pay a fee. mjm manages the open space. they were selected in 2009 and at the time had a 3 year contract with option for 3 years at the executive directors discretion. that
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the city of san francisco sfgtv meeting for the treasure island mobility management agency for july 20, 2016 will begin shortly. >>
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>> good afternoon and welcome to the treasure island mobility management agency committee meeting of wednesday july 20. my name is commissioner jane kim and joined by commissioner david campus. mr. clerk can we call roll. >> item 1, commissioner avalos. absent. commissioner campos. present. commissioner kim. >> here. can we call -- we should excuse commissioner avalos without opposition. thank you commissioner campos. mr. clerk can i move to next items. >> items 233 are on the
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consent calendar and if you object and can be considered separately. >> any comments on the consent calendar? seeing none let's open it up for public comment on consent. if you would like to speak on items two and three and seeing none public comment is now close the. can we take a motion on the consent calendar. >> so moved. >> we can do that without opposition. >> commissioner campos. >> aye. >> commissioner kim. >> aye. >> consent calendar is approved. >> mr. clerk can we call the next item. >> item 4 is recommended adoption of the proposed fiscal year 2016-2017 annual budget and work program. this is an action item. >> good afternoon commissioners. cynthia fong director for finance and administration. what i have before you is the fiscal year 2016-2017 budget for the timma against. this year we continue
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our work program to advance treasure island implementation plan and advancing the operations agreement and the system and engineering programs. for expenditures in this budget we're looking at a total of approximately 1.1 million. this is an increase of approximately 13% from last year's budget. we were anticipated to spend 28% on personnel and s sfmta staff and wearing timma hat scption we are spending on professional services and consultants in the areas of planning engineering design and communications and environmental services. we are spending 3.8%, the are maintaining of the budget on non personnel costs and operational costs in relation to rent, the
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commissioner fees, printing, audit and legal sfees as necessary to run the timma agency. in terms of revenues we will expect to receive approximately $1 million from the tida agency and the remaining difference of $81,000 will be funded with prop k funds through an appropriation previously approved and passed in the previous fiscal year. this item has already gone before the sf mtc a budget and a proorded with the budget on the 28th. staff and i am here to answer any questions that you have on this budget. >> seeing no questions from committee members ms. fong thank you so much and we'll open up for public comment on item number 4. seeing none. public comment is now closed. [gavel] . can we take a motion on this item. >> move approval.
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>> we have a motion to approve. roll call please. >> you can do the same house, same call if you like. >> okay. great. same house same call. this motion passes. next item please. >> item 5 is recommendation approval of the treasure island mobility management study toll policy recommendations. >> good afternoon arch. i have the recommendations for you today. as you know the transportation planning and support of the redeveloped island goes back to 2006 when the first plan was adopted and the goals and strategies set in that 2006 plan are the ones that under lie the recommendations today. they were readopted in 2011 along with the development agreement and the ceqa document, and then again have been the
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support that our agency has provided to tida since then. since 2011 we have been working in support of tida to take will goals and strategies to implementation and designated with the formal role as the agency at that time and the goals and under lie the work include how to minimize and manage taf congestion and traffic impacts with the development. to manage the traffic and mitigate traffic impacts we node to provide an order of magnitude, new options for travel to and off the island and alternatives to driving and the third challenge is how do we pay for the ongoing operating cost and maintenance costs of the significant new transit services, and i would add
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another goal that really has been the focus of -- become a lot more prominent based on the outreach and feedback over the year and that is affordability and how do we support housing and affordability for the current and low income and moderate income households on the island? the level of transit is service planned and the recommendations will achieve is really a robust level of transit service and it's the level of service that will make treasure island one of the city's most accessible neighborhoods. at the point of build out there's a muni bus from the island every three and a half minutes and shuttle service and ferry service between downtown san francisco ferry terminal and treasure island every 20 to 30 minutes. it's a great level of transit service that these recommendations will achieve that. there's also a number of
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additional amenities that our recommendations will achieve. it's an on island circulator shuttle serving the neighborhoods are treasure island that are free of charge, transit pass which is mandatory for the market rate households to purchase and serve as a travel demand measure but also available to below market rate households and amenities that -- treasure island doesn't have today. there's no car share available on treasure island today. there's no bike share available on treasure island today and those are things that we will be providing through this new transportation system. these are the goals that underlie the plan and walking and biking, high quality transit and a place you could live without a car. that's is difficult to do today. i mentioned some of the
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strategies already that will support that and present since the 2006 plan. i want to point out we do have a specific transportation performance measure that we need to meet and 50% -- at least 50% of the trips on and off the island need to be by transit so our recommendations we believe are part of what it takes to meet that performance measure. there's also the strategies for managing traffic. there's the transit services side and there's also the minimizing driving side of things, and to support that there are parking rules so there's a -- the development agreement included a cap on the number of new parking spaces built. there is -- all the parking would be priced and managed according to price and there is the congestion toll that is called for to manage driving and discourage people to drive during off peak times on and off the island and then
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something that is unique to treasure island that goes along with this is connecting those services and those discouragements to be a comprehensive package so treasure island would be the recipient of all of the funds connected -- collected from parking from the transit pass purchases and from the tolls. those are through ab 981 dedicated to treasure island and to funding the ongoing operating services. that's something unique to treasure island and the governance structure i would say is unique, this body, the timma, is responsible for over seeing this program as its built out and delivered and for ensuring the performance goals are met that all of the services are provided and that the traffic is managed. we are very grateful to a bunch of people for supporting us in outreach
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and linking up with community organizations and businesses so that we can reach people. tidie especially and folks at tida and bob beck and liz are here from tida. we're grateful to those folks here and sherry williams from tie die and we did direct mailings to everyone on treasure island and right now the residents and businesses is small enough we could reach everybody. the theme that we heard far and away the most is affordability and concerns for current residents of affordability so we have three proposals that are designed to address the concerns. the first one is just our basic need to achieve the level of transit service that is called for; that robust level of transit system disproportionality and low and moderate income households and we need to achieve that and
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living without a car to actually be a voice, a viable option for the people on the island. number two an approach to supporting affordability for the low and moderate income households. currently on treasure island and those that will move there in the future. 25% at least of those units will be below market rate and this is a program any household eligible for the units can take average of it. it would be a cavtearia plan and a household of benefits and wanted to benefit them regardless of the primary mode of transportation is and why we have array of options there. the first feature in the program is a toll credit program for frequent transit users and this is modeled after a program that exists today in l.a. and atlanta on their toll lanes where they
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have this exact type of program and frequent transit users get toll credit for that. in the case of l.a. it's ten trips is a toll and that helps support folks who are able to take transit for the commute but there's a drive trip you need to make over the weekend and whatever it is and not transit accessible and this covers the funding for that. there are other benefits we heard interest in be a car or bike share member. there are membership fees associated with that. and that's something that this program could help subsidize. we heard interest in providing the equivalent of a life line fare on those operators that don't offer that today. muni has a life line option but transit and ferry does not and we could provide that through the program and the financial
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projections we're presenting today incorporating the cost of doing all of the things in the hypothetical, the sample program we costed out. the third is in response to concerns we heard from long time residents and by that i mean folks living on the island before the development agreement. the concern is for these folks they moved -- in contrast to future folks so most of the 20,000 or 25,000 people on the island will be there in the future and be receiving information and be aware of what the transportation system and options and requirements are on the island but folks who have been on the island before the development agreement did not make that same choice so what we want to do in recognition of that is provide a limited term round toll equivalent for those households. this is for a household benefit and in
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recognition that these folks moved there prior to the development agreement being adopted so the recommendations that we have for you today -- they are what we think it will take to achieve the transportation performance goals of the transit mode share and congestion management and the financial goals to cover the costs of all of the transit and the other benefits that i have mentioned. these first two areas which drivers would pay the toll and in which direction. the first area of which drivers would pay the toll we are recommending a change from the past planning work and it suggested that just residents would be the drivers paying and we actually find that the program will work better and not be able to meet its goals unless any driver during the peak period, during the poll periods
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is paying the toll meaning visitors as well as residents. on and off the island the directions of the toll we don't recommend a change from the planning work. discounts and exemptions. i mentioned a couple of the discounts already that we recommend. we recommend the discount of the daily round trips for the long time residents and -- long time households of any income level and also the discount for the frequent transit users as part of the below market rate benefit, the transit affordability program. another one i should mention is a provision that would credit drivers who are coming from the east bay on to the island for what they have just paid at the bay bridge toll plaza so no
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paying twice. exemptions include transit but also slutels, van pools, 7a plus passenger vehicles, some of the housing and service providers are the island today operate van pool services for clientses to get to programming on and off island. they're are exempt. we just -- as a side note partnered with tie die and tcdi to fut funding for these programs. in any case they're exempt and when the bicycle pedestrian path touch down is completed bicyclists and pedestrians are exempt also. >> can i ask a question? what about carpools? >> yeah, carpools, we're not recommending a discount or exemption for two, three passenger cal pools. we project there is a very disproportionate share of vehicle trips on and off the island made by two,
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three person carpools and for the congestion management purpose as well as -- well, mainly for the congestion management purpose and the 50% mode share. it's something we should monitor as the island develops and as we observe travel patterns and see what the rates are carpool formation are. >> okay thank you. >> what i am showing now are two aspects of the policy we're not recommending or action or adoption of policy today and the reason that we don't is because based on your feedback and feedback of this body, tida board and outreach we need to do more work and this is on the question how much is the toll level and when is it in operation? and the feedback we heard is that we should look
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for additional sources of operating funding that can supplement the toll and help make sure that that toll level and hours of operation are minimum as possible to achieve the outcomes that we need. there's the congestion management goal that we need to meet but as long as we're meeting that you know the more we can find other revenue sources to supplement the fees from the parking and the transit pass purchases and transit box recovery and the toll the better so we're going to keep doing that work and we will need to come back. we project right now that the whole system -- we services to start in 2019 so we need to come back to this body about a year before the start of services with policies in this regard, and we will need to work with you during that interim period on this additional work
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on the operating funding. this is a snapshot of the financial profile of the program looking at build out year which was at that time of this projected 2030. it might be a couple of years out from that but in any case a snapshot of the projected cost and revenues of the program based on what we know is committed right now and the three main revenue sources from parking, transit pass purchases and fare box and the toll and you could see that the way -- based on what is committed now a lot of revenue is coming from that toll and hence the feedback to look at can we diversify this either further? and there are -- you know, sources we can in partnership with -- well, with our partners look towards to supplement that. this is a high
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level overview of the implementation time frame. again we want services to be begin when the first new homes are available for occupancy on treasure island, right now mid- mid-2019 so leading up to there is system engineering work and civil design work to do. a lot of work is developing the programs and benefits so developing the transit pass. how much will the value of that be? what benefits will it include? we are envisioning something more than a muni fast pass because there's ac transit and we have a ferry also operating and we want the pass to shall this ordinance be . >> >> the transit for toll credit for frequent transit use developing that and getting those two systems to talk to
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each other, and our agency partnerships developing finalizing service plans with ac transit and weta leading up to 2019. thank you very much for all your feedback in past and i am happy to answer your questions. >> [inaudible] (off mic). >> just a quick question. how much youths live on the island and in terms of school age? do you know how many commute in and out of the island and how do they get to school? >> right. i know there is about 600 households on the island now and the share of people who are youth i don't know. i don't know whether liz knows that. >> [inaudible] (off mic). >> i mean can you get that from the school district? >> we can.
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>> they should know how many student residents of the island there are, what schools they go to. >> yes. >> i assume they get to school by public transit or who knows. >> so there's a mix of things and i invite liz if you have additional information on this please come up and add on to what i say but we heard this during outreach that kids need to take muni to their schools and to do that they are taking the 25 to the transbay terminal and transfer to the other route that will get them to wherever the school is, and there are some -- i hear some things about other -- like sort of shuttle bus services -- >> sfuc provides the yellow school bus for a selection of public elementary schools like betsy carmichael i believe and john wai in redding but i don't have the full list but they
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provide limited elementary school service but once you're in middle school and high school you need to take the 25 and transfer. >> i would like to know if you can tell me how many are due the muni program? >> okay. i will find out, yeah. >> okay. thank you. >> thank you commissioner campos. i know that you have made my -- i've made my comments earlier in meetings and from the board and i appreciate the work done thus far and i am excited about us being able to pilot a mobility management system at all, and i just want to say i strongly believe in having one for the entire city as we continue to grow in density we need to think about mobility management for the entire city here in san francisco. i have
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expressed some of the concerns about just isolating one neighborhood that is a part of our city on treasure island. although i do appreciate what has been said about new residents who have an understanding of the cost of transit before they decide to move on the island so i appreciate that were considerations made to existing residents and particular low income households on the island and you know finally i did ask for the agency to at least consider hours where there aren't tolling for the residents. i certainly believe it makes sense in peak hours and by 2019 it maybe most of the day so i am glad we're exploring it and i feel while i have some concerns what is put forward i feel like there's been a lot of thoughtfulness and a commitment to listen to any of these issues that i have and residents have
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brought up so i feel a lot of comfort moving forward and i think we will be able to incorporate a lot of feedback into the final outcome of 2019 and i really appreciate the thought that went into the work. it's exciting to reimagine this neighborhood with ferry e expanded bus services and bike and bus share and other scpfers they're necessary and we can really build with a future of a neighborhood on treasure island so thank you for all of the work. director chang. >> thank you chair kim, commissioners. i wanted to echo the thanks to the agencies and rachel and you are and guidance and support and to be responsive and to the community and carry through on the promises to look for
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diversification for operations and non tolled windows and finding solutions there. it's really exciting to work on a project like this. i look forward to not only continued local support but hopefully regional support. this project has performed very well, a tom performer for two rounds of the bay area work and as we move into the final stages of bay area 2040 update and hope it receives the regional support at mtc and the air district and programs that we might apply to and mtc and the air district or cap and trade and this is for all areas and social and environmental and we're hoping to enjoy that support from the region going forward and at the state level as well. >> thank you director. so at this time seeing no further comments from the committee members we will open it up for public comment on this item. if you would like to speak on item
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5 please do come up. seeing no public it is now closed. [gavel] thank you again for the presentation. mr. clerk can we call the next item. >> do we have to vote on that? >> i'm sorry. thank you. thank you commissioner. yes. we do have to make approval -- recommend approval of item number 5. >> i make a motion to move this item forward with a positive recommendation. >> and we can do that same house, same call. thank you commissioner. mr. clerk next item. >> item 6 is update on the yerba buena island east side ramps project and it's an information item. >> mr. dennis. >> good afternoon chair kim and commissioner campos. my name is dale dennis and the
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authority's project manager for the ybi ramps project. this afternoon i hope to provide you a status update on the ramps project itself along with a couple of additional transportation elements on that portion of the island. the ybi -- there's a lot of work going on the island and not only the ramps but obviously with all the development going on. the current ramps project is approximately 90% constructed, and this is a current view of the status of the construction. we are moving forward on schedule and on budget. the contract was awarded in december 2013. again about 90% complete, and president capital phase of the project is 68 million and the goal is
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12.5% for dbe and we're meeting that goal and with the progress we experienced to date the new ramps are scheduled to open in september of this year. some of the upcoming milestones to complete the ramps this month they're completing the bridge barrier rails. next month in august we're moving forward with the north gate mc clawla reconstruction with completing the seismic bridge deck joints and moving forward in september we will start and complete the traffic electrical signing and striping and that will allows us to open the ramps and at that point and we will have other work but it's scheduled to be completed by the end of the year. the next slide shows some interesting facts and figures.
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just showing the magnitude and complexity of the project, but there's been 12500 cubic yards of structure concrete and over 1400 truck loads and five millions of pounds of steel and 7-miles of piles and more than 185-tons of structural steel so it's a very complicated project and it's interesting to see what it takes to build these projects of this nature. this slide gives you a nice aerial view of the ramps from the tunnel above 80 so you can really good a good perspective as to the configuration and the geometrics of the ramp. as i mentioned there's a couple other transportation elements that we are moving forward with working with all of our partners,
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working with caltrans, the bay area toll authority, tida, their developer, the local city agencies mta and dpw along with the coast guard and one of the elements is vista point. caltrans is in the process of wrapping up the construction of the pedestrian bicycle path on the bay bridge and one of the things with all the construction that is going on the island over the next couple of years we are working with our partners to create a vista point so bicyclists and pedestrians arriving at the island will have some place to go until shft other some of the pedestrian paths are constructed in the future. if you look at the exhibit all of the orange -- up to the orange on the exhibit
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is what cal trans is constructing and on the left side of the exhibit and then to the right with all the green, yellow and the blue, those are facilities that are being constructed as part of vista point. those will include hydration station, restrooms, bike racks, bunches and additional parking area and in order to construct this we're using quarters nine from the coast guard so the coast guard have been cooperative in assisting with the improvements. the funding has been identified a combination of funds from bata and the authority with c co with the current ramps project so estimated at $2 million currently and we're shooting to open vista point this fall as well and hopefully tie it with the hoping -- official opening
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of the bike pedestrian facility. this is a view of what the bicyclists or people arriving at the site would actually see looking back at the bay bridge so it's a pretty striking view. the other element that we're working with our partners on is the alignment of the south gate road. it's a local roadway system connecting the east side, eastbound ramps and the westbound ramps making it a full interchange. as we have been working with our partners and engineers over the last months it's recognized that the current line for south gate in the configuration on this exhibit has a number of deficiencies operationally and just in conflict with the bike -- vista point we were just talking
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about, but with this configuration we're looking at -- there could be potential q spill backs on to 80 from the off ramp. the bike ped will have a conflict there between the vehicular traffic and vehicle and peds. there is no public parking currently planned and again the south gate hillcrest intersection would be a l so f at this point and beyond that as the geometrics laid out there are truck deficiencies that wouldn't allow full access for trucks so we have been working with our partners and the next exhibit shows the realigned south gate road which addresses all of these deficiencies. you will see the alignment of south gate instead of being on the north side of the hillcrest you will
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see it sweeps down to the south side of quarters eight under the eastbound off ramp and sweeps under the bridge to go ahead and tie into mc clawla where the ramps project is. with this configuration and you can see on the top side on the orange you will see the connections for the bike peds where they can have access to the vista point as well as to the left there's a 16-foot bike ped path that then sweeps down under the bridge to tie into mc clowla as well. the benefits of this proposed realignment of south gate -- again it reduces the cuing on to 80 and safety improvement, eliminates the bike ped conflict, establish the parking area around quarters eight. it results in significant
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intersection lo s improvement operationally and again it accommodates the truck turning movements which is critical because this is the primary ramps used when we start working on the west side bridges. we're currently working forward with an implementation plan with our partners. caltrans has already issued a deductive change order to not construct south gate in the previously planned area, and so we are now working with caltrans and bata and the other group to come up with a plan for the south gate realignment and hoping to accomplish in the next two, three months. with that i will see if you have any questions. >> thank you mr. dennis and i don't see any questions. thank you so much for the presentation and it is really exciting to see
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this come in completion and on time and budget and excited about the bike pathway and rest stop. i think that's a great addition for the item and those cycling on the bay bridge. >> thank you. >> i will simply know i know the executive director will keep me posted as i sit on the mtc bata in terms of funding and whatever we can do to supportive of the project please let us know. >> thank you. >> thank you commissioner. at this time we will open it up for public comment on item number 6. if any members of the public would like to see. seeing none. public comment is now closed. [gavel] . this item is an informational item and so mr. clerk can you please call the next item. >> item 7 introduction of new items. >> and i don't believe we have any introduction of new items. do we take public comment on this item? >> it's not necessary. >> okay thank you. moving on
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to item 8. >> item 8 general public comment. >> good afternoon. andrew chinatown -- [inaudible] officer. [inaudible] cycles and actualization of learning of the hallway the cultivation of the holy way of establishing of the holy way -- [inaudible] another way is to show loyalty, parental love in their spirit and also uplift from the holy cycles and heaven and [inaudible] holy path way may not be able to escape from this [inaudible] cycles of downfall. political leaders engage fully -- [inaudible] compensation of [inaudible] and may not be able to [inaudible] fully for learning, cultivation
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and establishment and take on the holy way. only way of loyalty parental love humanity and justice one may be able to [inaudible] of soil of holiness. this is the absolute principle of this. that everyone should put to good consideration. one must work on [inaudible] having a heart [inaudible] in practice of contemplation and mercy. take a save -- [inaudible] career to perfect one's family and society in terms of -- thank you. >> thank you very much. is there any other members of the public that would like to speak in general public comment? seeing none. public comment is now closed. [gavel] mr. clerk are any other items today? >> item 9 adjournment.
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>> meeting adjourned. thank you very much for attending. [gave
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(shouting.). >> more and more city's high san francisco is committing to dislocate to end all traffic death that means improving safety for people walking and driving and safety on our streets is everyone's responsibility people can make mistakes but not result in injury or death all traffic collisions are preventable as drivers you play a large role
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that will give you the tools to drive safely on streets a recent survey asks hundreds of drivers about save city introduce driving what did they say watch for distracted behavior and slow down and be patient and check for people before you turn the facts about city driving shows how important to be alert most collisions happen in good weather allowance even at 25 mile-per-hour it takes a vehicle 85 feet to stop this is almost 7 car lengths slowing down makes collisions less savior when a person is hit by a passerby vehicle 25 minor the chance of death is 25 percent 40 percent that
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increases inform 85 percent slowing down didn't cost much time driving behind a person takes 9 extra semiautomatic and stopping at the yellow light takes only 30 seconds by hitting someone costs you hours and weeks of our time and maybe a life take a deep breath and take you're time cities cross america are being safely for walking and driving some streets are confusing here's what you need to know all intersection kroukz of novelist marked some are marked to make them more visible other crosswalks and intersections are raised to the level of sidewalk to actress as speed bump and people are maybe crossing be
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cautious and watch for people when you approach any intersection advanced limit lines and pedestrian yield signs show drivers where people walk and stop behind the lines at stop signs and for people crossing bulb outs where the sidewalks extends into the street make that tease easy to see pedestrians and remember to slow down whether making reasons and watch for people on sidewalk estimations extensions that maybe closer than you expect and bicyclists may motive to the left to get around bulb outs this gives people a head start allowing pedestrians to enter the crosswalk before transfer
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starts moving makes them more visible pedestrian scrimmage and stop the vehicles in all directions allow people to cross including department of building inspection scrambles are paired with no light restriction and rapid beacons you turn bright whether the pedestrians are there or the center is activated precede slowly as you approach the beacons especially, if their activated a pedestrian crossing light turns yellow before turning sold red back to flash red procedure after making a full stop as long as the sidewalk is empty and, of course, stop whenever the light is red traffic circles reduce conflicts you must stop at the
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strewn and precede around the raise your right hand of the circle watch for people in crosswalks and people in bikes coming around the circle arrows indicate where people with bikes share the intersections and people have ride to people on bikes have the right to use the lane whether or not in the sharing bike lanes are for people protected by parks e.r. parked cars and stay out of separated bike lanes unless an emergency dashed bike lanes are a shared zone four for vehicles to change lanes slow bike lanes allow the circles their unusually sprayed before
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me from other traffic some bike lanes are built to the level higher than the street but lower than the sidewalk they provide a safe separated space sponsor cyclists are around vehicles the box areas are marked with the stencil at intersections act as advanced limit lines for people to garter at a red light this increases the 1r0ir7b9 to drivers people will ride past stopped vehicles at the fronltd of the intersection give them room and stop short of limit line behind the bike without objection and cross only after the green light and people cleared the bike box bicycle traffic lights allow people on bikes to proceed while vehicles are stopped be unaware aware of
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those bike san francisco general hospital but stay alert and only skrans when the vehicle is cleared the intersection let's take a quiz to see what all of learned here we go number one when do month collisions happen did you say in daytime you're correct question two if an intersection is not marched is it still a crosswalk yes did you get it right great job one more before we go on what's one of the best things to do to avoid collisions? you can it take a breath pay attention and slow down city streets are crowded and chaotic so seeing everyone every single everything is difficult
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here's a test how many times did the white team pass the ball? if you answered 11 you're correct but did you notice anything else also be aware ever you're surrounded and remember that is easy 0 miss something if you're not looking for it here's some basic principles driving near peep e people from you're driver's seat it is difficult address our mirrors to reduce blind spots people on bicycles maybe be in our blind spot give yourselves plenty of
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time to react look out stay on the road from building to building not just curve to curve check driveways and behind parked vehicles for people that enter our path turning vehicles are especially dangerous important people walking and collisions often occur when vehicles are making tunnels when you turn remember check for people using the crosswalk before starting you're turn watch for people on bikes traveling in the ongoing direction always check our mirrors and blind spots patience pays off take a moment to make sure you're clear while it might feel you'll save time by driving fast or turning without checking you won't save driving only adds a few
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semiautomatic to our trip a collision can cost you, your job or someone's live here's important things to remember all crosswalks are legal and pedestrian have the right-of-way people cross the street anywhere children and seniors and people with disabilities are the most vulnerable think city strits give buses and streetcars a lot of the space or people returning to catch a train don't block the box this creates dangerous situation for people walking how are forced into moving traffic and people bicycling out of the bike lane and people on bikes most city streets are legal for bicyclists even without signs people biking can fall in front of you
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provide a safe amount of space when passing someone on a bike a minimum of 3 feet is required by law in california and people on bikes prefer to be in the bike lane in for the this is often to avoid accidents give them room people on bikes will stay away from the traffic or watch out for open doors whoops that was a close one expect people to go to the front of the light and pass on the right a tap of the horn maybe useful to make you're preservation known but avoid using the horn it may saturday night be someone vehicles anybody right turns are especially dangerous important
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biking always approach right turns properly signal early and wait for people biking through the intersection move as far to the right to people on bikes can pass on the left let's try a few more questions who are the most vulnerable people on city streets? children? seniors, and people with disabilities why do people on bikes ride close to travel there to avoid car doors what is one of the most dangerous situations for people walking and riding bikes? turning vehicles and what can you do to make sure that everyone is safe in any situation? thartsz stay patient and alert
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and, of course, slow down parking and loading a vehicle on accredit city streets is a challenge weather parking and unloading always check for people in our mirrors and blind spots and on the driver's side with our right turn right hand this causes you to look 40 on your left for bicyclists when passersby exiting the vehicle make sure about opening the door know where loading zones are if not loading zones available use side streets never stop in bike lanes or traffic lanes. >> bad weathering and visible
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rain and fog or low lighting make it hard to see you're vehicle is likely to slide or loss control in eye i didn't controls and create issues for people walking and biking they tried try to avoid pulled and umbrellas and construction get slippery for people the safety thing to do in conditions whether wet or icy or dark slow down and drive more carefully remember going fast may on this save you a few semiautomatic but speeding may cause you a life or you're job people walking and biking are vulnerable people can be distracted or make unsafe decisions as a driver the
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responsibility for safety lies with you a collision could mean the loss of our life or you're job and dealing with the legal implementations could take years or an emotional toll if someone is killed in a crash help us achieve vision zero and everyone can use the streets safely. >> thank you for watch and following the important driving tests your remember we're tests your remember we're counting on you - working for the city and county of san francisco will immerse you in a vibrant and dynamic city that's on the forefront of economic growth,
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>> i am the president of the commission. before we start the meeting i want to do a few house keeping items we do all the timeism a member of had public and would like to speak on a item on our agend a, please do so when i call for public comment and have speaker cards up there. you can fill one out and hand to our staff and they will pass it to me when the item is heard. secondly, please turn off all cell phone or put them on vibrate. thank you to sfgovtv and media services for broadcasting this live to the public. we will start the roll call >>