SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda and schedule

Of note:

31. 110137 [Appointments, Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District – Supervisors Sean Elsbernd, Carmen Chu, David Campos and Eric Mar]
Motion appointing Supervisors Sean Elsbernd, Carmen Chu, David Campos, and Eric Mar, terms ending January 31, 2013, to the Board of Directors, Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. (Clerk of the Board)

34. 110074 [MUNI Youth Lifeline Discount Fast Pass Program Changes]
Sponsors: Campos; Mirkarimi, Avalos, Cohen, Kim and Mar
Resolution urging the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency to adopt changes to the Youth Lifeline Discount Fast Pass Program for qualified low-income youth.
35. 110161 [Accept and Expend Grant – Installation of Rubber Sidewalks – Not to Exceed $12,600]
Sponsor: Cohen
Resolution authorizing the Department of Public Works to apply for grant funds in the amount up to, but not to exceed, $12,600 from the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, Tire-Derived Product Grant Program for the purpose of installing rubber sidewalks and preserving mature trees.
110147 [General Plan Amendment – Mission District Streetscape Plan]
Ordinance amending the San Francisco General Plan by amending Policy 5.3.7 of the Mission Area Plan to reflect the adoption of the Mission District Streetscape Plan; adopting findings, including environmental findings and findings of consistency with the General Plan and Planning Code Section 101.1. (Planning Commission)

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