SF Board of Supervisors Meeting

Agenda [pdf]

Of note:

3. Accept and Expend Grant – Transportation Development Act, Article 3 – $696,0003 including $341,000 for the Department of Public Works and $355,000 for various pedestrian and bicycle projects in San Francisco in FY2011-2012.
8 – 17. Treasure Island Development Items
18 – 21. Parkmerced Redevelopment Items

28. Lease of Property – MTA’s Transit Management Center – 1455 Market Street

29. Adopting the Five-Year Financial Plan – FYs 2011-2012 through 2015-2016

30. General Obligation Bonds – Road Repaving and Street Safety – $248,000,000

32. Transportation Code – Limits for Parking at Inoperable/Broken Meters

43 – 44. Public Hearing – Report of Assessment Costs for Blighted Properties

45 – 54, 60. Public Hearing – Appeal of Final Environmental Impact Report – North Beach Public Library and Joe DiMaggio Playground Master Plan Project

55 – 59. Public Hearing – Appeal of Final Environmental Impact Report – Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Redevelopment Project

61. Opposing Taxi Fare Increase Without Improved Taxi Service

63. Urging Congressional Funding for Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Transit Projects

Proposed ordinances introduced at roll call:

  • Changing the Official Sidewalk Width – Clarence Place
  • Report of Assessment Costs for Sidewalk and Curb Repairs

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