Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2016; 11:00 a.m.
Location: Legislative Chamber, Room 250, City Hall
Commissioners: Wiener (Chair), Mar (Vice Chair), Avalos, Breed, Campos, Cohen, Farrell, Kim, Peskin, Tang and Yee
Clerk: Steve Stamos
1. Roll Call
2. Chair’s Report – INFORMATION
3. Executive Director’s Report – INFORMATION report
4. Approve the Minutes of the May 24, 2016 Meeting – ACTION* minutes
Items from the Finance Committee
5. Approve the Revised Administrative Code – ACTION* resolution
6. Approve the Revised Rules of Order, and the Revised Debt, Equal Benefits, Fiscal, Investment, and Travel, Conference, Training and Business Expense Reimbursement Policies, and Adopt the Title VI Program – ACTION* resolution
7. Execute Annual Contract Renewals and Options for Various Annual Professional Services in an Amount Not to Exceed $835,000 and Authorize the Executive Director to Modify Contract Payment Terms and Non-Material Contract Terms and Conditions – ACTION* resolution
8. Adopt the Proposed Fiscal Year 2016/17 Annual Budget and Work Program – ACTION* resolution
Items from the Plans and Programs Committee
9.Program $360,000 in Supplemental Regional Safe Routes to School (SR2S) Funds to San Francisco Department of Public Health’s SR2S Program, and Reprogram $52,251 in One Bay Area Grant Funds and $548,388 in Congestion Management Agency Block Grant Funds to San Francisco Public Works’ Second Street Improvement Project – ACTION* resolution
10. Allocate $6,004,645 in Prop K Funds, with Conditions, and Appropriate $75,000 in Prop K Funds, for Eight Requests, Subject to the Attached Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution Schedules – ACTION* resolution
11. Approve the Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program of Projects – ACTION* resolution
12. Authorize the Executive Director to Execute, with Conditions, a Seven Party Supplement to the 2012 Memorandum of Understanding that Adopted an Early Investment Strategy Pertaining to the Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project – ACTION* resolution
Items for Direct Board Consideration
13. Development of a Potential Local Transportation Revenue Measure and Expenditure Plan – INFORMATION* memo
The Mayor and several members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors have collaborated on a Transportation Expenditure Plan that would direct approximately $100 million per year for 25 years to critical transit services and transportation improvements in every neighborhood, including safer, well-maintained streets, transit maintenance and expansion, and Muni equity and affordability programs. The Expenditure Plan is described in a charter amendment that would create General Fund set-asides for homelessness programs and for transportation (Attachment 1). The budget set-asides would be funded by the City’s General Fund. A general sales tax increase of 0.75% has also been proposed for the November ballot. While the two measures are not legally linked, if both measures were approved, they would result at least initially, in approximately equivalent increases in General Fund revenues and expenditures. A separate ‘back-up’ option under consideration for the November ballot, should the Charter Amendment not move forward, is a dedicated 0.5% sales tax increase ordinance for transportation only (Attachment 3). The Expenditure Plans of both measures are identical. In order to keep the transportation sales tax ‘back-up’ option on the table, we must hold a public hearing on the sales tax Expenditure Plan before the Metropolitan Transportation Commission can approve the plan. This June 28 Board meeting will serve as the official public hearing for this purpose. A hearing on the Charter Amendment legislation has also been scheduled for the June 30 Rules Committee at the Board of Supervisors. We are seeking input on the Charter Amendment Measure and Transportation Expenditure Plan from the Board and public.
14. Introduction of New Items – INFORMATION
During this segment of the meeting, Board members may make comments on items not specifically listed above, or introduce or request items for future consideration.
15. Public Comment
* Additional materials
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