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Southeast Community Facility Commission
MONDAY, December 23, 2002
1800 Oakdale Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
I. Call to Order
Commission President Millard Larkin called the Thursday, December 12, 2002 meeting to order at 6:16 p.m. in the Alex L. Pitcher Community Room at 1800 Oakdale Avenue.
Commissioner Larkin read the Sunshine Ordinance aloud and welcomed everyone to the meeting.
III. Roll Call
Present: Commissioner Millard Larkin, Commissioner Bobbrie Brown,
Commissioner Enola Maxwell, Commissioner Kim Nguyen;
Commissioner Malik Looper
Not Present: Commissioner Atiliai Tofaeono (excused)
Commissioner Heidi Hardin (excused)
Staff Present: Robert Bryan, Deputy City Attorney; Toye Moses, Exec. Dir. SECFC;
Annette Price, SECF Commission Secretary.
IV. Approval of Minutes
Commissioner Maxwell moved and Commissioner Brown seconded to accept the minutes of Thursday, December 12, 2002. Motion passed to accept minutes as presented.
V. Public Comment
No public comment was offered at this meeting.
Letter of support for Barbara Brown, Executive Director of United Council to acquire BVHP properties in order to expand her organization is still in progress.
VII. Directors Report:
a) Renovation of the Alex Pitcher Community Room floor has been approved with an estimated cost of $32,000. The work will begin January of 2003. As a result of the impending floor renovations, SECF Commission meetings in January will be held in the Conference Room, Suite B, 1800 Oakdale Ave.
b) Due to rainy weather, leakage problems have been reported at Southeast Community Facility as well as two of the childcare centers, Martin Luther King and EP Mills. We have been working closely with DPW to resolve these matters, which has substantially impacted our budget.
c) With regard to the budget for fiscal year 2003/2004, we met with Asst. GM Cheryl Davis who approved the budget as presented. It will now go before PUC General Manager Patricia Martel, then to PUC Commission, and finally to the Mayor’s Office for final approval. Commissioners will be kept informed of the budget hearing process to come and support the request when it goes before the PUC Commission and the Mayor’s Office.
d) CCSF Southeast Campus is on Christmas break and will return on January 6, 2003.
To the question posed by Commissioner Looper where would funds come from to repair damage caused by rain leakage at the MLK and EPM childcare facilities if additional funds are needed, the Executive Director responded that Water Pollution Control (WPC), who is the fiscal agent to Southeast Community Facility (SECF), would normally step in.
Commission Looper moved and Commissioner Brown seconded to accept the Director’s report. Motion passed unanimously to accept report as presented.
Commissioner Larkin expressed his gratitude to Commissioners and staff for this past year’s service. He stated as Commissioners, we have offered a valuable service to our community and have completed all of the goals that were previously set. You have all done a great job and I am very proud of you. However, in order for this Commission to remain strong and effective in this community, we must improve our attendance. With that being said, let’s proceed to the elections.
After Attorney Robert Bryan quoted a short excerpt from Robert’s Rules of Order citing length of terms in office and clarifying the election process to the Commission, the election commenced.
VIII. New Business
Commissioner Larkin turned the proceedings over to the Commission Secretary for the Election of Officers.
- Commissioner Brown nominated Commissioner Larkin for Commission President and Commissioner Maxwell seconded the motion. There were no other nominations and Commissioner Larkin was elected as President by acclamation.
- Commissioner Larkin nominated Commissioner Brown for Commission Vice President and Commissioner Looper seconded the motion. There were no other nominations and Commissioner Brown was elected as vice president by acclamation.
The Commission Secretary returned the proceedings to Commissioner Larkin for the remainder of the meeting.
IX. Introduction of New Business
Commissioner Brown requested Dr. Penn be invited to update the Commission on the status of why one charter school under the auspices of Jones Memorial United Methodist Church had to be closed and to clarify her vision for going forward.
Commissioner Larkin announced the Martin Luther King Community Breakfast will be held on Monday, January 20th, 2003 at the Holiday Inn on Van Ness Ave., at 8:00 a.m. and will be followed by the Freedom Train scheduled for 11:00 a.m.
Commissioner Maxwell moved and Vice President Brown seconded to adjourn the SECF Commission Meeting. Meeting adjourned at 6:43 p.m.