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State Legislation Committee
March 9, 2005
City Hall, Room 288
Mayor's Office (Chair) - Joyce Newstat
Supervisor Aaron Peskin's Office - David Owen
Supervisor Alioto-Pier's Office - Jennifer Matz
Assessor's Office - Craig Dziedzic
City Attorney's Office - MaryJane Winslow
Controller's Office - Corina Monzon
Treasurer's Office - Pauline Marx
Port - Brad Benson
Department of Public Health - Marc Trotz
Department of Public Health - Alice Gleghorn
City Attorney's Office - Jean Alexander
Municipal Transportation Agency - Anne Richman
Assemblymember Mark Leno's Office - Beverly Ng
Mayor's Office of Housing - Lori Bamberger
Mayor's Office - Wade Crowfoot
Mayor's Office - Amiee Albertson
Senior Action Network - Bob Planthold
1 ROLL CALL
2 SET SCHEDULE FOR REGULAR MEETINGS
Action Item: The regular meeting schedule was set for the second Wednesday
of every month at 11am, subject to further revision.
3 PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Action items: the Committee voted to make the City and County of San Francisco
the sponsor of the six bills listed below.
A. Bill # Pending (Migden): to authorize the Port, with approval
of the Board of Supervisors, to create an infrastructure financing district
to finance infrastructure improvements along the waterfront.
B. AB 469 (Yee): to require the state to provide Medi-Cal reimbursement
for supportive housing.
C. AB 631 (Leno): to require the state to license mobile methadone
D. AB 451 (Yee): to close a loophole in the State Revenue and Tax
Code that enables Oakland to collect revenues on sale of jet fuel at San
Francisco International Airport.
E. Bill # Pending (Yee): to authorize the San Francisco Board of
Supervisors to enact a local Vehicle Registration Fee.
F. AB 799 (Leno): to authorize the San Francisco Board of Supervisors
to place an initiative on the ballot enact a local Vehicle License Fee.
4 SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
5 GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT