SF Board of Supervisors City Operations and Neighborhood Services Committee

Schedule and Agenda

Of note:

6. 110338 [Accept and Expend Grant – Palace of Fine Arts Parking Mitigation Project
– Not to Exceed $1,000,000]
Sponsor: Farrell
Resolution authorizing the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department to
retroactively accept and expend a grant administered by the San Francisco County
Transportation Authority in the amount not to exceed $1,000,000 for the Palace of Fine
Arts Parking Mitigation Project

7. 110091 [Hearing – Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee’s 2010 Report]
Sponsors: Mar; Chiu
Hearing to discuss the Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee’s 2010 Report and pedestrian safety issues.

9. 110242 [Hearing – Transit Effectiveness Project]
Sponsor: Avalos
Hearing to receive an overview from the Controller’s Office on the Municipal Transportation Authority’s Transit Effectiveness Project and an update on status

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SF Board of Supervisors Public Safety Committee Meeting

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Agenda [PDF] 1. 110897 [Hearing - Public Safety Policies and Programs on Citywide MUNI Lines] Sponsor: Cohen Hearing to discuss public safety policies and programs implemented by City departments, such as the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and San Francisco Police Department, on Citywide MUNI lines including the enforcement of MUNI fare collection

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SFMTA Engineering Hearing

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