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Southeast Community Facility Commission

MONDAY, November 25, 2002
6:00 P.M.
1800 Oakdale Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124

I.          Call to Order
Commission President Millard Larkin called the Monday, November 25, 2002 meeting to order at 6:13 p.m. in the Alex L. Pitcher Community Room at 1800 Oakdale Avenue.

II.          Announcement
Commissioner Larkin read the Sunshine Ordinance aloud and welcomed everyone to the meeting.

III.          Roll Call
Present:          Commissioner Millard Larkin, Commissioner Malik Looper,
Commissioner Bobbrie Brown, Commissioner Enola Maxwell,
Commissioner Atiliai Tofaeono, Commissioner Kim Nguyen

Not Present:          Commissioner Heidi Hardin (excused)
Staff Present:          Robert Bryan, Deputy City Attorney; Joseph K. Tham, Real Property Officer, PUC/BCLM; Toye Moses, Exec. Dir. SECFC; Annette Price, SECF Commission Secretary.

IV.          Approval of Minutes
Commissioner Brown moved and Commissioner Maxwell seconded to accept the minutes of Thursday, November 14, 2002. Motion passed to accept the minutes with minor changes.

V.          Public Comment
No public comment was offered at this meeting.

VI.          Communications (Discussion & Action):
Request from City College (Southeast Campus) to install two (2) sinks in Room 309 at the Southeast Community Facility. With the stipulations that CCSF will 1) work closely with DPW/BBR Plumbing Section regarding installation and 2) CCSF will bear all cost generated by the installation, Commissioner Maxwell moved and Commissioner Brown seconded to approve the request by CCSF to install two (2) sinks in Room 309 at Southeast Community Facility.

VII.          Directors Report:
a)          Elevator issues at SECF have been resolved.
b)          Things are running smoothly at EP Mills.
c)          Budget submittal forms for FY2003-04 arrived with the instruction to “not increase the baseline”. However, if you are to increase it, you must submit a “New Proposal Nomination” form. The latest version of the FY 03-04 budget request was distributed along with New Proposal Nomination forms. The Clean Water Budget request is $768,495 including a New Proposal Nomination request for a Public Address System in the amount of $50,331 and request for increase in DPW/BBR to maintain SECF and the Greenhouse totaling $88,888. The General Fund request is $209,724 along with a New Proposal Nomination requesting a Junior Management Asst. position totaling $51,360. Commissioners will be kept informed of the budget hearing process to come and support the request when it goes before the PUC, the Mayor’s Office and the Board of Supervisors.

Dr. Moses then opened the floor up to the Commissioners for questions regarding the budget. Commissioners Looper and Nguyen asked several questions of clarification related to the budget. Commissioner Looper stated discussions should ensue with PUC regarding allocation of funds to ensure the Commission’s survival to serve the community. Commissioner Larkin informed Comm. Looper that staff is in the process of compiling documents and old records for Commission review to determine if there are additional monies that should be coming through the Commission.

Commission Nguyen moved and Commissioner Looper seconded to accept the Director’s report. Motion passed unanimously to accept report as presented.

VIII.          Old and Ongoing Business (Discussion & Action)
a)          Update on City College/Southeast Campus sublease classrooms to SFUSD: Joseph J, Tham, PUC/BCLM stated the CCSF sublease is complete with minor changes: Holdover rent reduced to 125% of current rent; SFUSD wants to change Section 18(6) to “staffed appropriately” instead of “a full time principal and full time counselor,” which PUC will not accept. With the exception of those two (2) changes, Mr. Tham stated PUC will have a valid sublease once signatures are obtained.
b)          Decorative Plant Services Lease: The main body of lease is complete. Two additional (2) forms are needed - Schedule 1 (immediate repairs needed to Greenhouse) & Schedule 2 (goals for long-term repairs/improvement). Once lease is finalized, it will go before the Facility Committee and then back to the full Commission for recommendation.

IX.          Introduction of New Business
a)          Commissioner Larkin requested the Director’s Report of 11/14/02 be calendared for December 12, 2002 agenda
b)          Commissioner Larkin requested the “Election of Commission Officers” be calendared for the December 12, 2002 agenda.
c)          Commissioner Larkin directed staff to follow-up with Leamon Abrams regarding the assignment of a liaison to SECF Commission.

X.          Announcement
None were offered at this time.

XI.          Adjournment
Commissioner Looper moved and Commissioner Brown seconded to adjourn the SECF Commission Meeting. Meeting adjourned at 7:00 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Commission Secretary