Members: John Larson (Chair), David Klein (Vice Chair), Rosa Chen, Nancy Buffum, Robert Gower, Jerry Levine, Stephanie Liu, Kevin Ortiz, Peter Tannen, Danielle Thoe, and Sophia Tupuola
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Call to Order
Chair's Report - INFORMATION
Approve the Minutes of the July 28, 2021 Meeting - ACTION*
Item 4- ACTION*Adopt a Motion of Support to Adopt a Resolution of Local Support Authorizing the Executive Director to File an Application for Regional Discretionary Funding with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Committing Any Necessary Matching Funds, and Stating Assurance to Complete the Yerba Buena Island West Side Bridges Project; and Authorize the Executive Director to Execute Funding Agreements with Caltrans for Receipt of Federal Funds for the Project in the Amount of $5,000,000 from a Safe and Seamless Mobility Quick-Strike Program Grant
End of Consent Agenda
Adopt a Motion of Support to Allocate $885,777 in Prop K Funds and $410,000 in Prop AA Funds, with Conditions, for Four Requests – ACTION*Projects: Prop K: (SFMTA) New Signal Contract 66 ($300,000), Application-Based Traffic Calming Program-FY20/21 Cycle ($175,777), and Active Communities Plan ($410,000). Prop AA: (SFPW) Joice Alley Lighting Improvements ($410,000)
Item 6 - ACTION*Adopt a Motion of Support to Authorize the Executive Director and Other Authorized Representatives to Enter Into a Revolving Credit Agreement for $125 Million with U.S. Bank National Association; to Execute and Deliver Legal Documents Relating Thereto; and To Take All Necessary or Appropriate Related Actions in Connection Therewith
Item 7 - ACTION*Adopt a Motion of Support to Accept Downtown Rail Extension (DTX) Phasing Study Final Report, Support the Phasing Recommendations of the Peninsula Rail Program Executive Steering Committee, and Release $2,644,557 in Previously Allocated Prop K Sales Tax Funds, with Conditions, for DTX Project Development
Community Advisory Committee Ethics Training – INFORMATION*
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