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City Hall, Room 400
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
5:30 pm Wednesday, March 28, 2001


1. (ACTION) Roll Call and introduction of Commissioner Ricci
2.           (ACTION) Review and approval of Feb. 15, 2001 meeting minutes
3. (DISCUSSION) Chief Probation Officer’s Report: **explanatory document: monthly report for Feb.. 01
a. Introduction of Librarian, Margot Kavanagh
b. Employee recognition (PO Rhonda Hutchings)
c. Status report on Juvenile Hall Replacement Project
d. FY 2000-2001 Operating Budget Update
e. Highlights from last Commission meeting to present.
· Finalization of AB 1913 spending plan 3/2/01
· Bd of Supervisors meeting 3/6/01
· Mayor’s Crime Summit 3/7/01
· Each One Reach One, and American Conservatory Theatre Presentations with YGC residents 3/9/01
· Foster Youth Summit 3/10/01
· SF Bar Assn project meeting 3/14/01
· Robeson/Rivera Academy student performance 3/15/01
· Michigan State graduate students visit 3/16/01
· Ongoing meeting with members of Bd of Supervisors
f. Trends/Emerging Issues/Upcoming Events
· Press conference re: April Child Abuse Month, and Girls’ Conference at YGC 4/2/01
· Alliance of Black School Educators Conference 3/30/01
4. (DISCUSSION) Volunteer Auxiliary report on recent activities in setting up the library facilities in YGC and Log Cabin. Ranch
5. (ACTION) Consideration of Program Committee’s recommendation to accept a $11,300.00 California Youth Authority grant for the Young Men As Fathers program at Log Cabin Ranch..
6. (DISCUSSION) Current situation with Placement of youth on probation. **explanatory document:
7. Public Comment on any matter within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Juvenile Probation Commission.
8. (DISCUSSION) Announcements, requests for future agenda items.
9. (ACTION) Adjournment

** Explanatory documents: Copies of explanatory documents listed in this agenda, and other related materials received by the Probation Commission after the posting of this agenda, can be obtained from the Commission office by Mar 26, or at the Commission meeting. Please call the office to make arrangements.)                     
                                                                                  march 23, 2001

Room 400 is wheelchair accessible. The closest accessible BART Station is Civic Center, three blocks from City Hall. Accessible MUNI lines serving this location are: #42 Downtown Loop, the #71 Haight/Noriega, the F Line to Market and Van Ness and the Metro stations at Van Ness and Market and at Civic Center. For more information about MUNI accessible services, call 923-6142.

There is accessible parking at the following locations: two(2) designated blue curb spaces on the southwest corner of McAllister Street at Van Ness Avenue; the Performing Arts Garage (entrance on Grove Street between Franklin and Gough Streets), and at Civic Center Plaza Garage.

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