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we must kill the programs that have majestic incarceration where blacks make up less than 6 percent but 56 percent of the jail population african-americans are experiencing an average ever 50 percent of all shooters and homicides in the city one in black 5 children have incarcerated parents and more black men were in prison and then enclassified in 18 having we are 42 percent in the prison population it costs $788,000 to populate someone in prison it's time to stop the killing and start the programs and our foundation and all of us are
here wire sick and tired of being sick and tired it's time for action thank you. >> >> next speaker sxhifrz i'm 101 from the team of the african-american caucus i'm going to talk about the housing disparities. whereas the unemployment rate is two to three time of white residents 50 percent of black san franciscans fit the lowest householders householders we've petitioned to expand the local hire mandates including the hire created by hiring krauktd
contract fascinating the hiring of protecting folks and expand the office of economic workforce development jobs program to target the long term unemployed and have civil clarification to hire people to permanent civil service jobs. 1/3rd of african-american live in homes that need repair and represent people with vouchers and prices have over 50 percent of comparative housing we've ask san francisco to provide the following establish tax credits and payment assistance for protecting homeowners and neighborhood with color and build middle income tax housing.
use a certificate of preference program to maintain san francisco and maintain the character of the neighborhoods we urge you to take immediate action on those measures in the petition. thank you. >> >> next speaker hi, i'm diane smith i've stepped up because the commitment for the district tony read what i've prepared and it's representative first, let me say it's representative of what we feel as a chairperson of the housing committee i'm a member of the black housing disparities supported by s e i u i put that information together to establish the tax credits we need some practical solutions also the "x" did you say whereas
1/3rd of african-americans live in homes represents 1/3rd of residents holdings vouchers and the prices for rental housing exceeds accident area by 50 percent we know that the average apartment in san francisco costs $3,000 dlrsz now in the bayview. the city at large 35 or 39 hundred we ask for tax credits to people - it used to be for homeowners but now for renters to build dedicated they'll be an inventory so thank you it's a pleasure to here you represent the people of your district and supervisor cohen we know you do that but we need you to help us the certificate of preference is something had or that will
create and cover everyone all the housing authority and prioritization is a scary there must be some protections this is for black community at risk we're in a state of emergency it's a new new and we need action now hopefully not to wait until after the elections - >> hi, i'm jeffrey i want to say thank you to the supervisors i'm in support of redress of gievenz that the local unions is supporting it this city of san francisco can do better i fall into the underserved community i found it was lacking many resources everyone has talked about i'm on the parental them wealth and disparities and everyone can do much better we
should do better thank you. >> my name is frank williams hello to the board of supervisors i'm a member of the wealth and disparity and in support for the gievens of the san francisco black community according to adams hut it was a self-appointed vigilantes killed 13th century hundred african-americans but p that means that blacks were killed at the rate of every twenty-three hours and 2010 there were over 53 kim's in the united states alone but we know those numbers that a flaw the bureau the justice is 9 thousand african-americans did not murder anyone in the united states those are the interpretation of
what people think are. 58 percent of us are incarcerated and we're inside the san francisco county jail that has no african-american program to work with the recidivism rate is high why from 1983, 11 percent of the population in jail was african-american and 48 percent of the county jails is that african-american and why now 58 county jail what are we doing here the violence is coming from oppression and induced frustration our black people are not getting jobs and discriminate against and going through straight into the county jails we need to do something
about that we are in a state of emergency >> next speaker. >> good evening. i'm perry i'm a member of the community according as the director of the coalition on aids as i stand before you listening to my colleagues come before this i'm deeply saddened and recognition that one body can't answer all of our concerns. however, i do believe that we have a assembled on unlikely coalition grassroots coalition of organizations including the s c i u that is attempting to deal with the depressing issues in our city. i ask you to not take it lightly to look at the issues and see
what and, make a reasonable part of a legislation to see what we can tweak and adjust our budget so we can address some of the issues. we've had several meetings over the past several months and community has turned out in droefs basically pouring their hearts out on this 5 issues we have to do something we have a community u county many hemorrhaging people are crying out there must be involvement in gilead. one of the things i want to add on the health side i think they come up with creative ideas if african-americans are disporpt bearing the brunt of diseases
why not look at the pharmacies and pharmaceuticals to have them contribute something if we are passing millions of dollars to get at the issues and the african-american health budget is 1.4 and not achieved why not double it? >> thank you. next speaker. >> i'm julie fish from the united food and commercial workers that has worked and lived in san francisco for thirty years thank you for this moment to speak. i want to particularly support meeting the challenge of the disparity i think those welfare
to work positions is that have a short time limit is like the resolving door that employers offer and none of us want that we want people that get jobs and keep working so the usc w 5 wants to join with you to make this happen thank you >> please step up. >> my name is larry ed anyone i want to say i've heard i all speak so much and inside of this hat is is a picture it shows you what i looked in february i was happy that's before i came to my room and found this noose p there is a lot going on we have
no representatives 31 they have the naacp 1021 and the living wage that speaks for us i want to thank supervisor cohen and many longing but this is what's going on in our building mice come in and eat around the registration and they again into get into the refrigerator 0 we need to know that donna steering wheel is not returning our city to the mayor. >> laura at the homeless service people the inspection i found a noose in my room so at
the aids legal referral to respond to get me another inspectors because this is not housing for people with aids they don't treat us correctly there it's important that i will not kill myself i'll be in court august figured out monday at sproisht to testify again so you know the habitat for must not u hunt is affecting us all we don't want this donald sterling thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> tom, tommy 1967 this booets e beatles released a song when i
was 64 i was 16 in seven months i'll be 64 and 5 hundred thousand troops it started with a lie. in 1968 richard nixon i have a secret plan to end the war a lie between the two of them 50 thousand people died. reagan a sleeping at the wheel iran chronically traffic and weapons and hostages and the middleman was israel the quiet one. and wanting bush 2000 what are we doing big bomb more lies.
any of those people were honestly brokers now the government is not an honest broker to its people or palestinian or israel peace it's time the united states joins the rest of the world on the next block it's called united nations. i'm looping for weeks now with the war saw ghetto in a movie call hud of a herds of infected cattle and what's happening in gaza right now. thank you. >> are there any other members
of the public when wish to speak seeing none, public comment is closed. madam clerk to our adaptation calendar >> those are being considered for the item. >> colleagues anyone want to remove my items. >> 65 and i'd like to sever item 66. and supervisor cohen. >> thank you. >> you want to sever item 67 why not take the items in the order madam clerk call item 65 and a resolution to prioritize the appropriation up to the amount of $304 million during 2013-2014 to fund the allocation for the non allocations fund.
>> supervisor campos you know, this is an item that i am introducing to address the very important issue that we still have a concern that our nonprofit workers have not received the level of adjustment nevertheless of cost of living that others have and so this will allow us to correct that issue. i i'd like to see a fuel compliment of the board before we act and i don't know if supervisor mar - >> supervisor campos i want to deter this to the end of the meeting. without objection to the end of the meeting. colleagues madam clerk call item 66 >> it's a motion to authorize the proponent and ballot
agreements - argument colleagues, we have calibrated last weekend our proposed motion for which colleagues will be responsible for preparing written proponent arguments given the dust is settled i'd like to propose one final amendment to the motion that we have in front of us and make someone make this amendment on page 3 strike the references to the original importance were proposed by the mayor and supervisor kim and add on that page a declaration of policy regarding the housing goals with supervisor kim as the proponent for that argument. i also want to just mention on page 1 on line 19 is should read
supervisor yee not supervisor yee's and to strike the references of the all the surveillance charts and ordinances for which there are no prototypes but i'm referenced as the opponent argument and common carriers is referenced on page 7 on the declaration of transportation priorities unless there're questions i'd like to entertainer that amended by supervisor kim any second >> supervisor breed without objection and on the underlying position as amended if we could take a roll call. >> on item 66. supervisor mar. supervisor tang. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos.
supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor cohen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. there are 11 i's. the motion is approved. item 67 and item 67 a resolution to support and encourage the department of the environment and the port if developing a policy to prohibit the export of fossil fuel materials >> thank you. so clearances i've received a request for a lengthy question i'm going to make a motion to send this back to committee and it's your privilege back to committee. item 68 >> item 68 mr. president, we have already approved item 68. >> why not go back to item 65 now we have a full compliment of
colleagues supervisor farrell. >> thank you president chiu i appreciate the comments and i'll see this as much dialog i have concerns given the nature we should have a vote so i would like to suggest making a motion to stunned our board rule only a majority to get this passed. >> i'll ask our clerk to whether or not spend the board rules to bypass the rules committee so if you want to have the resolution up and down today, you'll vote for i for that question and go to committee you'll vote no with that, unless questions madam clerk call roll. >> supervisor mar.
>> oh, i think supervisor farrell needs a second second by supervisor avalos. >> supervisor mar. supervisor tang. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor cohen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. there are 11 i's. so at this point we would suspend the rule to bypass the committee and with that, the decision on the matter itself. supervisor campos >> thank you. i want to thank supervisor farrell and the rest of my colleagues to support the opportunity to have an up and down vote on the issue i simply underscore he know that all of
us appreciate and respect the work that nonprofit efshgz do in the interference fighting some of the most vulnerable individuals we have and they're not making a lot of money. i think as we asked them to do important work we make sure we help them and their families be able to live in san francisco and the bay area so i ask for your support >> president chiu. >> i'll supported the cost of living increases and as supervisor campos just said i agree that nonprofit workers often do some of the most important work at the lowest salaries i can't prioritize the funding but acknowledge this year and prior years it's likely there will be a variety of needs
that could include for example, needing to fund non-violation and tenant needs for the evictions and the associate serve of non-documented youth in central america i don't think i've considered a resolution to support a appropriation by ask mr. gibner my understanding this is a non-binding resolution so if we make a decision to spend money we'll have to pass another supplemental appropriations is that right. >> john gibner, deputy city attorney. >> that's right the resolution is an expression of intent that the board will appropriate the owners and make a policy call as
to whether or not to adapt that ordinance. >> again colleagues this is an expression i'm going to support it with the acknowledgment there are other needs we'll need to consider i don't plan to introduce a series of resolutions like this to support of the possibility of needs of supporting violence prevention or social services for immigrant youth but want to say obviously we'll have to evaluate that given the needs given that i want to support our nonprofits organizations and the workers and i'll support this resolution. >> thank you supervisor tang. >> thank you. i do want to echo all that was said between supervisor campos and david
chiu i'll say in the past i've not supported measures that were taken outside the budget process again to stay consistent with milestone my own belief many our our conversations has to stay between the context. today i've not supported measures by my own colleague even though their measures and efforts i agreed with but again we are taken out of complexity i will not support in but not to say i don't agree that our workers need to be making more funds to survive in san francisco and the incredible work >> supervisor breed. >> thank you. i want to make a couple of comments when i was the director of the
african-american culture complex i know that supervisor kim pushed aggressively to support a cost of living increase which we received for our organization. i paid my employees very well and they had health care benefits at the time i took the increases that was provided to our organization and actually apply it towards programs i was not guaranteed to increase the salaries of my staffer this is the reason why i can't support this item the cost of cola or cost of living we don't have control over how those few minutes are specifically used number one and number 2 although it is an important thing we do throughout the process the budget process and fought how to spend money it's important to
support nonprofit organizations doing the important work to serve our community but not taking it out the context of the budget process especially commenting ourselves to someone we have two colleagues that are running two colleagues that won't be here next year and we as members of the board trying to meet in obligation i think we should try but this legislation not to be brought back and use asia tool to say you've made a commitment when there's other priorities i want to focus on those are the two major reasons and i think we need to figure out other ways to deal with situations number one we have a budget process and the budget process is over it's time to move on to work on some of the things we're commented to work
on and including nonprofits in my district are going to benefit because we've added an additional funding to their organizations but minimum wage peace and the children's fund those those initiatives are going to add value to our nonprofit organizations as he regarding to those and this is not the right way to go about it >> supervisor wiener >> thank you, mr. president. so i have supported some supplementals and others not support them case by case we're appreciable for things to go through the normal budget process but sometimes things arises in the middle of the year whether an unaccepted federal budget cut or or time sensitive
situation we can't wait so it's a case by case. in terms of that specific item i'm not expressing on opinion whether it's a good or bad thing i've supported the business in the past i know we have a lot of nonprofits when and workers in the nonprofits that could benefit from a cost of doing business adjustment our nonprofit partners in an absolutely essential part of the work and the services we provide and help provide as a city. with that said, what does make me uncomfortable about the resolution it is lesbian the nicaragua substance whether to the some point in this year we should do a cost of living adjustment it's more about the fact we just adapted our