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SF Planning Market & Octavia Community Advisory Committee Meeting

12:00 AM PST on February 14, 2011

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The Market/Octavia Community Advisory Committee (MOP-CAC) is a representative body that provides advice to the Planning Director, the Interagency Plan Implementation Committee, the Planning Commission, and the Board of Supervisors regarding implementation of the Market/Octavia Plan and the plan's community improvements. In consultation with the San Francisco Planning Department staff and other relevant professional staff, and informed by criteria established by the committee, the Market/Octavia CAC will prioritize projects in the Plan for community improvements funding. The Committee will also provide advice on the dispersal of project funding to ensure that it is consistent with those criteria. Projects eligible for funding must be ones that are identified in the MOP, that are consistent with the Plan's goals, objectives and philosophy, and that can be clearly evaluated. The CAC provides continuity over the life of the plan and long term oversight and guidance on developments in the plan area consistent with the MOP's spirit and objectives.

The committee meets monthly and meetings are open to the public. Meeting date, time, and/or location may change, so check the Market & Octavia CAC web page for updated meeting information. Meeting agendas and previous meeting minutes will be posted on the page as soon as they are available.

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