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Wednesday, July 27, 2005
1800 Oakdale Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
1.0 Call to Order
Commission President Bobbrie Brown called the Wednesday, July 27, 2005 meeting to order at 6:17 p.m. in the Alex L. Pitcher Community Room at 1800 Oakdale Avenue.
Commissioner Brown read the Sunshine Ordinance aloud.
1.2 Roll Call
Commissioners Present: Brown; Fuentes; Kennedy; Jones; Parker; Person; Sampson
Staff Present: Toye Moses, Executive Director SECFC; Joseph Tham, PUC Real Property Officer; Annette Price, Comm.-Sect
1.3 Consent Calendar
a. RESOLUTION (SECFC-2005-36) Be it resolved that the minutes of the Southeast Community Facility Commission meeting of Thursday, July 14, 2005, be approved as submitted (passed unanimously).
Comm. Brown welcomed everyone and informed all that the meeting would be adjusted to accommodate the SFPUC “Community Night”. Once Commission business has been heard, the meeting will be adjourned and the room will be turned over to PUC for their presentation.
Comm. Brown reminded the audience members that in order to be heard during public comment, speaker cards must be filled out. Comm. Brown thanked and acknowledged Mr. Samuel Murray of the SFPUC for facilitating the meeting tonight and for his dedication to the community. She also acknowledge past Commission Present Millard Larkin.
2.0 Public Comment
Ms. Espanola Jackson voiced concern about the 9910 positions noting the residents’ dissatisfaction regarding SFPUC’s testing process. She asked that the Commission request a list of residents placed in the training program and those that are on the job.
Mr. Francisco Da Costa requested from the SFPUC empirical data on the age of the wastewater/clean drinking water pipes and the millions of gallons of water that go into the watershed. He also voiced concern that the three combustion turbines slated for the BVHP will emit PM-2.5 into the air that secondary effluents used for the cooling system will release powerful pathogens that are toxic to residents.
Dir. Moses reported that the following correspondence has been mailed: Letters to Kofi Bonner, Vice President of BVHP Lennar re: get acquainted and welcome; Ilona McGriff, MPA re: Historical background of BVHP Shipyard and historians in BVHP community.
4.0 Director’s Report
Dir. Moses informed that the Martin Luther King Jr. childcare center caught fire last week and costs to repair facility have not been determined. This particular childcare center has been very problematic in that there have been numerous break-ins and vandalism. The Bureau of Building Repair will be responsible for all repairs. Dir. Moses suggested perhaps this topic should be referred to the Facility Committee. Comm. Kennedy stated if deemed necessary after review of the report, she would schedule a meeting.
Dir. Moses reported the Request for Proposal (RFP) for 1030 Oakdale has gone out to bid and the deadline is July 29th. The Review committee will meet on August 5th and at the next Commission meeting recommendation will be made to the full Commission.
MOTION: Moved by Jones, seconded by Person to accept the Director’s Report. Motion passed unanimously to accept report as presented (7-0).
5.0 Introduction of New Business By Commissioners:
Comm. Brown asked that staff follow up on Mr. Siffermann’s invitation to present before the Commission.
Comm. Kennedy reported that a tour is scheduled of the African American Market Place located in Los Angeles and suggested that Mr. McIntyre be invited to present following that tour to report on the concept plan for Los Angeles’s African Market Place.
7.0 Public Comment:
There was no public comment at this time.
Comm. Kennedy announced that the next Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting is scheduled for August 8th and invited everyone to attend to get informed about goings-on at the shipyard.
Comm. Brown adjourned the SECF Commission meeting at 6:37 p.m.