Room 250, City Hall

Commissioners: Peskin (Chair), Mandelman (Vice Chair), Brown, Fewer, Haney, Mar, Ronen, Safai, Stefani, Walton and Yee

Clerk: Alberto Quintanilla

Agenda

  1. Roll Call
  2. Citizens Advisory Committee Report – INFORMATION*

Consent Agenda

  1. Approve the Minutes of the May 21, 2019 Meeting – ACTION*
  2. Item 4:
    [Final Approval] Authorize the Executive Director to Execute Agreements and Documents Required for Utilities and Right-of-Way Property Acquisition for the Yerba Buena Island Southgate Road Realignment Improvements Project, Including Offers to Purchase for an Aggregate Amount Not to Exceed $5,534,760 and a Gratuitous Services Agreement, all with the United States Coast Guard, and Utility Agreements with Various Providers in an Amount Not to Exceed $750,000, and to Execute all Agreements, Documents and Deeds Required to Transfer the Acquired Right-of-Way to the California Department of Transportation and the Treasure Island Development Authority – ACTION*

End of Consent Agenda

  1. [Final Approval on First Appearance] State and Federal Legislation Update – ACTION*
    Oppose Unless Amended: Assembly Bill 1112 (Friedman)
  2. [Public Hearing] Adopt the Proposed Fiscal Year 2019/20 Budget and Work Program – ACTION*
  3. Allocate $1,881,211 in Prop K Sales Tax Funds, with Conditions, for Four Requests and Appropriate $100,000 in Prop K Funds for One Request – ACTION*
    Projects: (SFMTA) District 7 FY19 Participatory Budgeting Priorities [NTIP Capital] ($255,000), Lake Merced Bikeway Feasibility [NTIP Capital] ($150,000) and 7th and 8th Streets Freeway Ramp Intersections Near Term Improvements [NTIP Capital] ($160,000); (SFPW) Great Highway Erosion and Drainage Repair ($1,316,211); (SFCTA) NTIP Program Coordination ($100,000)
  4. Program $4,140,270 in Prop AA Vehicle Registration Fee Funds to Five Projects and Amend the 2017 Prop AA Strategic Plan – ACTION*
    Projects: (SFMTA) 5th Street Quick Build Improvements ($378,372) and Third Street Transit and Safety Early Implementation ($383,776); (SFPW) Geary Boulevard Pavement Renovation ($989,603), Richmond Residential Streets Pavement Renovation ($2,020,000) and Bayshore Blvd/Cesar Chavez St/Potrero Ave Intersection Improvements (“The Hairball”) Segments F/G ($368,519)
  5. Approve the Fiscal Year 2019/20 Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program of Projects – ACTION*
  6. Award a One Year and Six Months Professional Services Contract to Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates in an Amount Not to Exceed $700,000 for Technical and Communications Services for the Downtown Congestion Pricing Study – ACTION*

Other Items

  1. Introduction of New Items – INFORMATION
    During this segment of the meeting, Commissioners may make comments on items not specifically listed above, or introduce or request items for future consideration.
  2. Public Comment
  3. Adjournment
*Additional Materials
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