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underwriters. >> commissioner singh the bond underwriters is not present we didn't ask them to come because the bond issuance meeting is on the 15th. >> what's the bond. >> we're seeing the market as 5 and a half percentage but we'll know more in july when we had had bond issuance. >> i know that how - >> i'm sorry. >> they lent out the bond. >> 50 years. >> thirty years. >> all right. thank you. >> thank you questions or comments excellent madam secretary what is our next action. chair is the consideration thoughtful on resolution that calls for the proposed interest
>> madam chair close the public hearing. >> i'd like to close the public hearing and move on to the next item. i see you got the elbow it that what happened >> it's the situation of the property owner to consider the proposed changes and item six g adapting a resolution calling special election to amend and restate the message and methods of the appropriate time of the special tax city and county of san francisco number 7 the shipyard phase one improvements hunters point is in the special project area 35, 2014 madam chair. >> thank you very much. to move things along i'd like to instead of doing the roll call a voice vote it basically means we'll have a motion and second
and whatever the action we'll say all in favor rather than going to everyone's name so do we have a motion and second >> i move it. >> second. >> thank you very much all in favor, say i. opposed? a bit intelligence the item is adapted unanimously madam secretary i believe i have in resident of 5 ballots please open them and count the votes. >> madam chair, 33 votes. cast in in favor of the proposed
changes no one in opposition >> the property owners voted and madam secretary next item. >> 5 h declaring the results of special election to change the special tax of the city and county of san francisco community facilities district 78 hunters point shipyard and the redevelopment improvement and resolution 36, 2014. >> thank you very much moved and seconded. >> is there a second. >> thank you very much all in favor, say i. opposed? extensions excellent the item is adapt unanimously. >> madam chair it is item 5 i adapting a resolution to declare the resolution of changes for the redevelopment city and county of san francisco district 7 one hundred phase one improvements hunters point
shipyard and the resolution 37, 2014 madam chair. >> thank you very much a motion for this item? >> so moved. >> second. >> thank you very much. all in favor, say i. thank you very much. any opposition the item is adapted unanimously >> madam chair the next is the introduction of the following orientals that will levy the special tax in the district go according to the second amended and rated portion time the second reading will occur on may 20th, 2014, item 5 j the levying special tax within the development agency of city and county of san francisco community district 7 hunters point shipyard phase one improvements and resending ordinance number 2008 the hunters point shipyard redevelopment project ordinance
one, 2014 madam chair. >> thank you very much do we have a motion on this item. >> thank you very much is there a second. >> thank you very much all in favor, say i. i heard 4. >> i. any opposition? hearing this item a adapted and the changes are not complete madam secretary call the next item >> the next items are agenda items 5 k through o 5 a public hearing for changed be procedures relating to the city and county of san francisco community facilities district 8 hunters point shipyard phase one maintenance hunters point shipyard for development, 5 l adapting a special election to
restate the rate and method of the appropriation for the city and county of san francisco community district facilities 8 and hunters point shipyard maintenance anticipate hunters point shipyard development resolution 2014 and item 5 m during that period of time a declaring the special election to change the special tax for redevelopment agency of the city and county of san francisco district 8 hunters point shipyard maintenance, hunters point shipyard redevelopment resolution 2014 and item 5 n declaring the completion of a change for the redevelopment agency of the city and county of san francisco community facilities district 8 hunters point shipyard phase one maintenance, hunters point shipyard redevelopment resolution in 2014 arrest item 5 o the introduction of the
ordinance community facility district 8 hunters point shipyard phase one maintenance and resending ordinance number 2, 2008 hunters point shipyard, 2014. >> madam chair the first item is a public hearing for changed premiers relating to the city and county of san francisco community facilities number 8 hunters point shipyard phase one maintenance hunters point shipyard redevelopment madam chair. >> thank you very much we're now in the public hearing section of the changes of the redevelopment agency number 8 before i formerly open this up in protests from the public. >> i have no written protests. any public comment on the this >> i have two speaker cards
from robert woods and dr. espanola jackson. >> thank you very much dr. jackson and mr. woods are not going to make public comment and there are no speaker cards. >> any questions or comments from commissioners. madam secretary next item >> madam chair - >> partner. >> i'd like to close the public hearing i keep forgetting you didn't get the elbow so i'd like to close the public hearing at this time madam secretary call the next item. >> madam chair we - am i messaging this up? madam chair the next action is consideration of the following resolution which will call for
the property owner to have item 5 l >> we're not going to read out the motion anymore because it's confusing is there a motion? >> all in favor, say i. opposed? extensions hearing none, the item is adapted i said i in mire ahead do head please open the battles and announce the relatives of the property ownre.
. madam chair 36 votes were cast none cast against the measure >> at least 2/3rd's of the property owners are in faithful and madam chair the next item is 5 m. thank you very much a motion on 5 m thank you very much a second. all in favor, say i. opposed? extensions the item adapted unanimously. madam secretary the next item >> is item 5 n and thank you very much do we have a motion on item 5 m thank you very much. all in favor, say i. opposed? hearing none, the item is adapted unanimously nejs next item >> the next item is item 5 o. >> thank you very much. on this one we're going to do
this we are passing the ordinance on the first reading do i hear a motion >> all in favor, say i. and opposed? hearing none the item is adapted unanimously and it is now complete madam secretary. >> the next item of business is non-agenda items my any public comment on non-agenda items. >> there are no speaker cards. >> the next order of business is the report of the chair madam chair. i don't have a report >> item 8 the report of the executive director. >> madam director. >> you have in our packets also available to the public i'm pleased to announce the community celebration that the children's creativity museum is
putting on emsz you're a key furnished of the children's creativity museum as part of our yerba buena consortiums. last year this commission adapted a resolution naming that car sell in honor of former commissioner lee roy roadway king we had the special meeting in the yerba buena arts very fitting and now the car sell s is reopening the sign is up there's a community celebration and supervisor breed and supervisor kim will be in attendance and i hope each of you will be in attendance that's a lovely celebration sponsored in part by you and your efforts that's on saturday may 17th. at the car sell at the children's leroy king car sell
and that event is free and open to the public bring our families and friends from 12:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. two items the department of finance did considering confessor are for its review two oversight resolutions you've considered the first we've heard related to the health department bond issuance that's a trigger of 60 day review we not our notice yesterday and the other item mission bay and the owner participation to allow the change in income levels and change in tenure for the mission bay block that will be developed by cerebral master developer doing the land and integral
putting in equity for a middle income site as typical the department of finance is reviewing those oversight board actions your actions as well and part of that and we'll find 60 days from yesterday for the bond and 40 days from yesterday for the other we'll keep you posted as well as the rocks we expect them they'll concur that we prepared to them. that concludes my report >> thank you very much. next item. >> the next order of business commissioners questions and matters and commissioner singh. >> i have a question i'm going to observe i saw in the newspaper that supervisors was for some kind of ucsf.
>> yes. this item is relate to the constriction you know took action to approve the owner participation agreement the mou with sf with the property sale of the sales force property on blocks 33 and 94 to ucsf those are with the taxes agreement were any tax entities will have to pay the full tax prize i'm sure you're aware of there was an agreement that was paragraphed that provides i'm sure you're aware of to purchase the property and lift off the tax agreement and pay 29 point plus agreement and play ocii more than it's share that a
normal taxing entity will receive we're going to get $10.2 million that's 25 percent or 5.6 percent more than we could otherwise get from the tax paying entity the board of supervisors wears two hats and the agency the commission gave it's content and the budget and finance committee considered last wednesday giving it's consent with its full approval the budget and finance decided to continue that item to tomorrow to the call of the chair. to budget and finance. and i even the article you've ruffled referred to is the examiner and the ocii staff including myself and christian
maher were answering questions what runs that the land and the benefits to ocii and is city overall that payment we presented it as part of our budget allows us to have the 2 hundred and 35 units we can build with nonprofit partners in four years that 10.2 million certainly helps us complete our exorbitantly obligations the fraction that ocii must live by. in terms of implementing agreements. the boards has it's on separate authority as the elective body of the city it must consider both is this the affordable housing payment a good deal and should consent be given to lift off the pilot i believe that's the article you're referring to.
>> we talked about the same stuff here. i have a couple of questions real quick those are part of the budget discussed i want to say the first one to the 2 hundred and 6 street items will those be sb 13 before their implemented >> we provided 7 at least $4 million in funding closer to $8.00 through the eminent domain whether there was fair market rate. the permanent funding in total i think we have it on our ocii pipeline chafrt >> basically because we're missing a million dollars because of the dof housing we're going losing that share even
though they'll be built because the fencing is coming from smoirl. >> so some units the total cost is 39 million of which some public unto was from the former agency the permanent loan that it is around the $5 million mark but i believe the 7.8 million in fund that the agency provided prior to acquisition they were taxes and bond precedes and another $21 million. >> whatever that was that's numerator and not including the funding. >> so we look at it as the percentage of what we put in a
that's typically how we count the 2013 unit. it is 3 million and we're passing to an and okay >> and then my second question about the african marketplace since sheryl left i'm i've not seen an update are we still getting that or do we have these. specifically you're asking about the african marketplace >> from the community phase one and phase two. >> i'd like to go back a context with the staff. >> in the budget it can be shown on the table 3 a i know there's a lot of numbers there but the few look at the shipyard
grants the community based organizations it's, it's on line it's is 8 hundred and 50 thousand and an additional amount not able to be programable nierng. >> but is that a legacy fund. >> we have an overall read out there's some things that go through lenar but i want to see it all. >> we can provide an informational memoranda any funds required under the d da you've taken a lot of actions regarding hunters point shipyard in course of action is block 49 there's a payment that's reflected in the budget but certainly we'll breakdown those.
>> right this is an example when lenar is supposed to fund a scholarship program and the funding is to a certain amount of units so we've gotten to one of the first milestones does that happy and that's not part of our budget but talking about that jogged my memory. >> you would have seen the milestones the receipt of those dollars by the proposed spending authority we don't have that so they're required phase one and two d da a. to pay those amazement's and through a community process that's typical the expenditure whether the legacy foundation or elsewhere.
>> okay. excellent. >> thank you so we'll look for that. >> commissioner sugaya. >> yes. a couple of things one i'd like to property that the commission be a little bit more pro-active there's a lot of discussion will affordable housing especially in the areas we're currently building blight and mission bay is there a way to do workshops or seminars i've been approached several times about affordable housing and what is inclusionary housing how to qualify or are there workshops currently or seminars being held by our office cc ii. through the chair commissioner sugaya we have regular meeting
of our community bodies and they have advisory bodies theirs also expanded outreach in association with each the proposed development projects and we certainly also work in concert with missouri cd and the other resources they're bringing to bear for 6 hundred and 10 thousand rental assistance, etc. but we're open to our suggestions and direction on expanded outreach above and beyond those existing sources >> because the outreach is going there to crackings. >> it's recommended under c r l and appointed we mayor as the body repotpourri we seek their advice so is there a list i'm
not aware of workshops or sessions about what we do affordable housing more like a community outreach and to respond to some of the questions i get i don't know if there's anything i can forward the public that's not aware of the cacs are doing so i'd like to get that information if we could be more pro-active and conduct our own sessions if that's possible and if we have the budget for it. >> certainly we're explore that. >> missouri cd they do did rental rate and homeownership those presentations are open to the public and include the descriptions of not only the city programs but what ocii and
o a cd there's a little bit there one of the answers is talk to the crackings and see if we can make a workshop one of their agendas. >> and the last thing i want to commend chairperson johnson she'll be speaking to young girls on saturday about engineering and sharing her expertise. there's going to be a tea for the first lady with young girls 9 to 12 years old hosted by the first lady and sponsored by the status of women and chairperson johnson is one of the speakers >> i'm so excited i love children. already madam secretary >> the next is closed session
>> mr. president, i would like to call the roll. >> please do. >> president mazzucco? >> present. >> vice president tur man? >> here. >> commissioner marshal? >> he is right outside. >> en route. >> and commissioner dejesus. >> present. >> commissioner loftus. >> here. >> xh commissioner wang? >> here. >> mr. president, you have a quorum and also with us tonight is the chief of police, gregory suhr. >> and thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the wednesday, may 7th, san francisco police commission meeting, and ladies and