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SF Board of Supervisors Meeting


Of note:

1. 1309851 [Formal Policy Discussions - October 8, 2013] 

Pursuant to Charter, Sections 2.103 and 3.100(7), and Administrative Code, Section 2.11, the Mayor shall answer the following eligible question submitted from the Supervisor representing District 8. The Mayor may address the Board initially for up to five minutes. Discussion shall not exceed five minutes per Supervisor.


Mr. Mayor, what will you do to ensure that double parking enforcement is a priority where it impacts transit riders, pedestrians, and cyclists? What specific goals and metrics do you propose we establish to ensure that the most impactful double parking behavior becomes an enforcement priority for the MTA and the Police Department? Will your office agree to report back in a year on the city’s stepped up enforcement efforts against double parking?

16. 130790 [Business and Tax Regulations, Police Codes - Renting Parking Spaces at Residential Properties to Non-Residents]
Sponsor: Wiener

Ordinance amending the Business and Tax Regulations and Police Codes to change the limits of Parking Tax Occupancy Simplification for residential properties by increasing, from five to 10, the number of parking spaces residential buildings may rent to non-residents and increasing the gross revenue they may earn from rent from $4,000 to $12,000 per quarter and from $15,000 to $40,000 annually; and making environmental findings.
(Supervisor Avalos dissented in Committee.)
Question: Shall this Ordinance be PASSED ON FIRST READING?

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