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3. call from a quiet location and speak clearly and slowly and turn down your television or radio. you may submit comment by e mail to ocoh. con sfgov.org and will be forwarded and includeda part of the official files. this meeting is recorded and will be available at sfgov.org. thank you we'll call the mote toing order the ocoh thursday, january 26, 9:38 a.m. roll call >> member catalano. >> absent. >> member cunningham-denning. >> absent. >> vice chair d'antonio. >> here. >> member friedenbach. >> here. >> officer leadbetter. >> here >> member reggio. >> here.
>> chair williams. >> here. >> we have to vote for excused absences. i'm not sure on the process. >> one requirement in the by laws is that >> we have to vote to excuse absences and there are 3 unexcused absences that can result in a member having resigned from the committee. and so i think the vote today is the vote today is to excuse member catalano absence from todayy meeting and also to give people an opportunity to say if you know you are going to miss a future meeting to bring that up
now. >> okay. do we need a motion to proceed and go by each member? or anyone we need to do this 4 >> member catalano is absent today. >> have a motion to excuse member catalano. for today's meeting. so moved. >> moved by member reggio. >> seconded. >> by member friedenbach. member catalano. >> absent. >> member denning. >> absent. >> vice chair d'antonio. >> yes. >> member friedenbach. >> yes. >> officer leadbetter. >> yes , sir. >> member reggio >> yes. >> chair williams. >> yes. >> motion passes member catalano is excused. move to the next item. >> want to bring to your attention that member
cunningham-denning joined. >> welcome and happy new year. first happy new year to everyone. we are in a new year and our first regular meeting. i hope everyone had a great holiday break and rest up for the year ahead. we will go to our next item. >> our land acknowledgment. we acknowledge that we are on the unceded ancestral homeland of the ramaytush ohlone, who are the original inhabitants of the san francisco peninsula. as the indigenous stewards of this land and in accordance with their traditions, the ramaytush ohlone have never ceded, lost nor forgotten their responsibilities as the caretakers of this place, as well as for all peoples who reside in their traditional territory. as guests, we recognize that we benefit from living and working on their traditional homeland. we wish to pay our respects by acknowledging the ancestors, elders and relatives of the ramaytush community and by affirming their sovereign rights as first peoples. >> thank you.
jury room we'll now take public comment on items not on the agenda and is there any public comment. >> member who is wish to provide comment call 415-554-0001, acess code: 2496 990 2673 ## password 1234 and pound if you have not done so dial star 3 to speak. a prompt will indicate you raised your hand wait until you have been unmuted and then you may comment and you will have 2 minutes. i see a caller. >> hi. am my name is gay gruntfeld. i'm a reds didn't san francisco and have 2 questions. first, i was unable to access no
audio. [audio dropped] >> the call are secretary? we did not lose the caller. something happened i will try to unmute. >> i'm unmuted now. >> sorry. go ahead. >> no problem. i'm gay gruntfeld i'm resident of san francisco and i had 2 questions for you first, i was unable to access the web ex. so fyi. i had to call in. i don't know if that is only for you all the web ex i could in the get on i tried several times and secondly, i wonder the relationship was with your committee called an oversight committee and the oversight entity that was established by the november 2022 election. thank you.
>> thank you very much will do we have additional callers. >> wee do. >> take the next caller. >> and ulc jesse if we could message this caller the information about the rule of our body i don't know if there is a way to direct folks to the website or verify that for the last caller. >> sure. our website is one thing that has changed in the way we are broadcasting the meeting people can watch the requirement for the password. in the past you had the link and the access code is embed in it
now you need a meeting password and the password is 1234. >> thank you. jesse and the other point in terms of rep with the new committee may be we can update our website with language arnold that issue. if public. >> would like to answer questions. thank you. i gots next comment. >> yes. >> jesse can you unmute, for some reason. you have host rights. i'm unable to unmute. the caller in the list. claire williams do you want mow to answer the commission question while we do this >> that is fine. we have a lot of public comment. >> there is confusion it might be helpful.
bump what will happen is this oversight committee is over sealing the prospect c funds and we will make recommendations before we made recommendations to the mayor and board of supervisors now on the victim plan to the commission which then makes recommendations to the mayor and it goes to the board of supervisors from there. there is a layer of government that will be looking at recommendations we are not a chartered authority. we are do alost work to develop the investment plan and guess through the regular budget process. >> thank you. do we have our public commenter. >> i have -- can you hear me. >> i can hear you. hi. >> hey! [laughter] all right. happy to be connected with the wonderful group.
this is my first time today but i was reading about it i wanted to just come by because i think i want to chair mid feeling about what is happening now. and in san francisco for i work with channel for over 2 years with a group of ino have aers and in the city of oakland i'm an activist in san francisco. and i will love to be part of the public in the speak for the homeless. i wanted to see what is the chance that we can propose to the mayor if we can give a baptist dignity or have consideration and kindness of the people and instead of forcing to be treed because they
don't want to receive mental health every people are trauma that never gets heeled and seeing mental health and like you have a mode in your house and painting over and try to patch it. and instead of let them die in the street, they should places that they are open for do that. they should it is in the that different with a hair salon and dying in the street for over dose and patient with a terminal disease. in -- the hospital. so my proposal is hire more medical doctors and nurses to guide that person in that process because they are in a suedal mode. at least dying without no pain.
and no suffering in the street. because mental health professionals are very important but have mow [inaudible] in those locations that they want to open is understandable. not for stop homeless to dime but at least for them to guide them in the process that if that amount of drug that they using they will ended up dying. so we can stop the over dose. if we have professional in those locations. thank you so much. >> oh , i -- i will take the next caller. >> it does require a few seconds for the next caller to be taken unmuted. she is amazing organizationer i have the pleasure of working
with and glad you joined us. thank you for your testimony. >> hello caller, you have 2 minutes. i have spoken, thank you. >> thank you. are there additional public comments press star 3. i don't see additional callers. >> thank you for public commenters and secretary we will proceed to the next item which is approval of teleconferenced meetings. ; is that correct? think the minutes. >> all right is there a motion to approve the minutes from our [inaudible]. move? oh. chair you are on mute. >> sorry. i thought we had 4 sets of
minutes do all need approval at this point? >> yes. than i do. >> and can we move all at the same time or individual votes. >> we move them in the entire package or in any way the community desires tochlt i would so move to which paddle all 4 sets of minutes as presented. >> thank you member reggio. is well a second? >> second. >> i believe that was data officer leadbetter? >> or was that member cunningham. >> member cunningham seconded >> member cunningham-denning. >> here. >> yes. >> vice chair d'antonio. >> yes >> member friedenbach? >> yes. >> officer leadbetter?
>> yes. >> member reggio. >> yes. >> and chair williams. >> yes. >> thank you. and we now. go to our next item y. we need to do public comment on the minutes. >> thank you. is there public comment? >> members of the public when wish to provide comment call 415-554-0001, acess code: 2496 990 2673 ##. password 1234.
access code: 2496 990 2673 password 1234 >> you can finds the text at the link that is here. and upon gigabit state of emergency due to covid-19, the benefits of the distancing to control spread and the opportunity for the public to provide comment the committee met by teleconferencing technology for the next 30 days and revisit the topic at the next regular meeting. as i do i like to check in and see where we are with coming become to in person. jessy if you can provide us updates? >> yes. this is the last time the committee will vote to make this resolution. beginning in march all board and commissions use public meeting rules in place before the pandemic. for many boards and commission this is is a return to the rules are for this committee the first time that you are meeting in
public. familiar pitcher limited exceptions members need to appear in external be present at the meeting. so it is sort of a ychls really ringing in to the physical presentlies i know the committee has been eatingtory retournament that. that's a big update. none of us have met in person as a full body. this is exciting for march. thank you and at this time i will take a motion to adopt the resolution. >> chair williams i have a question before >> are we going to still allow from disability access, et cetera, in terms of public comment are we continuing to allow people to call in to comment. >> and wondering if and if you
can explain the limited exceptions are for say we have a member had is out of town and stillments to participate, what is the -- board of supervisors and the police commission. and -- several other bodies allow for remote participation at the meetings in you know if member got a broken leg and papth from bed or something. >> thank you, member friedenbach. >> right. so. we can absolutely explore including public comment by telephone. my understanding from the memo received from the city attorney's office is all commissions will be moving to physical presence. i realize i was late -- to realizing that some of the commissions were meeting in
hybrid fashion. that will not be allowed and that unless there isless there is a need for a reasonable accommendation. this would be there are some there is -- no an opportunity for example if a now born child oral an adoption for people for members on parental leave to feel meet attends the meeting virtually. and in case. disability, things like that. i'm happy to send this memo out again special link it on the website. what about illness like say someone tests period for covid and want to participate. i stheen on the board of supervisors the member tested positive and did in the want to expose the others. >> i can look into had as an
example will i mean obviously that would would be an excused absence from the meeting i have no doubt. but i can look into specifics around around sickness. yea. it is more you can participate you can't like physically be near somebody. excused absence if someone is sick. thinking in the situations where -- people want to participate but well is manage this is preventing them from coming in person. >> thank you member friedenbach i will work with angels tow get a memo out to the board on the transition. wore excited come become in person. some other things we need to consider for the body. with this upon newport change. for us coming in person.
>> so we will go to public comment on item 4 is there public comment. why members who wish to comment call 415-554-0001 access code: 2496 990 2673 password 1234. then press pound. if have you in the dun so press star 3 to line up to speak. wait until you have been unmuted and you may begin your comments you have 2 minutes. i don't see any on this agenda item. >> thank you. we will move to item 5. >> i have to take roll. we need a vote. >> great. member cunningham. why yes. >> d'antonio. >> yes >> member friedenbach >> yes.
>> officer leadbetter. >> yes. >> member reggio. >> yes. why chair williams. >> yes the resolution passed and move to item 5. great. all right. so i will turn it over to angels tow guide us through item 5. >> sure. thank you, chair williams. noise to be together. even virtually today. as we work out the kinks of the new system. upon the past 2 meetings our special meeting in november and in december the committee discussed the need to develop a set of prior and values that could contribute to and inform the 23-24 and 24-25 spending
recommendations and i think you know this number exposed from the need's assessment which was a lot of new information. or a lot of information in one place the desire to pull up the biggest take aways in the most important messages and fold in and synthesize that with the work the committee has already done around setting have yous and priorities. also recognition the funds balance that will be used in the budget process will not be available until mid march woop we get this update and forecast. the same time, the departments are submitting budget proposals. a quick turn around. between when the mittee received this revenue update and knows when the budget amounts will be and when departments contribute principles to the mayor's
office. we talked the december meeting about using the priorities and values as a way of beginning the budget conversation the recommendation conversation. early. and really to engage meaningful with the departments. at an earlier stage of budget development. and so i spent time since we last met. looking at the committees the work the committee has already done. the committee laid out have yous in the investment plan for fiscal 2021 and 22-23. this is a document that was developed to support a tipping point and matthew and published at the end of fiscal 2021. there are a lot, it is very rich document. and that out lines process values around stake holders and
departments, investment values like investments that support systemsfully. as an example of that value. and an initial over site values. elevating or evaluating out come for transparency twhoon is named in the document and priorities a set of priorities in the document from people with expert ease. an example is housing. what was a priority recommendation. and then with the values and priorities that were in the investment plan and came out of the letter, this body crafted to the board and mayor. priorities and valuesers as well that are reflected in the budget recommendations. how do the 3 things all aline. and what e merge friday that exploration was 4 over arching
prior and values this is to create a start. for the conversation and this process of refining and defining the values and priorities that can guide and shape this budget process. focusing on the budget process. the first is centering racial equity. i pulled out here you see how that shows up in the documents. structural racism and economic inquestions of lawity are for homelessness oversight respondents to response to historic structural and systemic disparities to seek, listen and be guided by experiences and voices of people who lived homelessness [inaudible]. that just came out really clear in the documents the number one.
was listed first. and receive now reflected in a spending plan. met low through setting aside resources for populations and neighborhoods. transgender, youth. bayview neighborhoods. justice involves people or households. and then also the commitment to reporting data by race, ethnicity. gender, sexual orientation to be able to identify the disparities and be responsive to them. also, what emerged was a prior desires of prioritize a wider array of programs to meet diversities. recognition that people experienced have diverse needs. that programs and program designs and program models there
was a priority meeting people where they are and to be more individualized, responsive to individualized needs. greater flexibility. and also will a commitment to housing first. and those that value of -- having a spectrum of programs that can be responsive too diverse needs and flexible and individualized runs through the investment plan. the strategy low i will not read all of these. but you know permanent housing. flex pool. housing ladder victims. long-term subsidies for sro families. prevention, the investment plan is about building an entire homelessness prevention system. to homelessness prevention and problem solving. mental health, you can see that out roach and crisis and health
the analysis was the desire to prioritize permanent housing solutions. to gent rit system flow. and upon the investment plan clearly in the feedback especially from people with expert ease prioritize permanent housing solutions. permanent housing solutions, and this really -- is a desire and recognition that a. housing solves homelessness. but also that you know shelter and other service work more efficient low when there are per minute innocent places for people to go. when there are more solutions visible this . shows up in the current investment plan. on the permanent housing side. acquiring and operating now psh. new development. flexible subsidy pol. on going for sro families. family housing ladder and medium term subsidies are all things that fit in this desire to prioritize permanent house to generate flow. mental health service offer expand exclude new clinical support services for people to stabilize and approximate stabilize people and housing. you know, as well and i think you will see later in this
meeting that health sf includes 2 metrics about connectivity with the homeless response system. there is how do these thinking about permanent housing and big picture terms. how do we get systems to coordinate to the permanent housing can happen across systems. and then prevention, stabilizing housing. preventing eviction. things like this. the fourth increasing investment. leveraging funding coordinating efforts to bring resources to scale. recognition and all of the documents that resources are not available at the skate homeless crisis demands. and the desire to use ocoh funds for the strategic uses. paying attention to how can funds be used to leverage other state, local and federal funds and fill gaps left by existing
local, state and federal funds. and were then i think you know, it is there in the need's assessment it is well in the 2 year plan but also nextingly i heard members talking about artic lit nothing a different way is that you know ocoh funds will not be enough. this is not to solve homelessness in san francisco. it is an important piece in that process. but it is not sufficient. right. really increasing investment. the emphasis. that showman up in a variety of accomplices. you know ocoh funds used as a match in the home key acquisition. flex pool funds enabled the emergency vouchers to be accept
to people experiencing homeless knows. partnerships with workforce development. there is a lot of pandemic funding. that you know, was used to compliment and extend the ocoh funding. whole person care and cal aim are important complimentary pieces for over dose response and other health services. and then shell and hi joan the pandemic fungeding complimented and extended. i move you'd through this quick low and it is getting to committee discussion. i provided the questions and hope if you did not have a chance to look at them this is a
starting accomplice for thinking about what the next steps are and how do we use the values to inform this budget recommendation process. and so one question i had is are the priors and values are there priors and values not captured there. there was a let of over lap and cohesion. but may be there are new things that need to be added. um -- also i love the investment plan. it stood out to me that set asides are a way the spending recommendationings prioritized equity. and wondered, you know where are there other opportunity to prioritize equity and he more in the spending plan. other ideas about how to do that. and i don't mean instead of i mean in addition to.
will needs shine through with talk with people with expert ease of homelessness. there is in the one solution this works for everybody. at the same time, as i was think burglar how can the committee has been highlight the connection with people who need and funds the investments and draw that out so it is clear. and then the last question and gwen they are to get discussion gchlth am but what question do you have for community stake holders? had does the committee need to know for take old holders during the budget cycle to inform the budget recommendations? and i will stop there. those other slides.
and pass it become to chair williams. i think should i take keep this showing on the screen or take it down? >> i don't know if the members have a preference. i like seeing the question its is helpful. >> keep up. >> yes. 82 thank you for this irrelevant great review i think there has been irrelevant amazing work. and that will has been done and so much thoughtfulness and xoort ease and wisdom to advise our next steps for the city. i will open up to the commit eye if there is any virtual hands and see secretary, do we have public comment? >> i raised my hundred by accident. >> unless you are red for public comment. >> we will take public comment if there is some now. >> great. >> good. members who wish to provide
public money this item call 415-554-0001 then access code: 2496 990 2673 password 1234 then press pound. if you have not done so, dial star 3 to speak a prompt will indicate you raised your hand. wait until you have been unmoud and then you may begin your comments, you have 2 minutes. we have a caller. i want to ask you about the homeless to access to the housing. housing is the help if the homeless is committed to clone
and to follow certain restrictions in order to keep that house. if they will use the housing to do drugs and make any changes, what is the proposal of the house. when they don't require house. because they will abandon the house. and they will come become to the streets to make drugs. thank you. >> thank you very much to the public commenters and want to reminds you we as a board are in the allowed do direct response of the we will try to clarify question when is we can but let you know that you know we don't have direct response to public comment. thank you. i don't see additional callers. >> all right. thank you. il open up to the committee at
this time. to reflect on the question this is jessy laid out. are there reflections from the process, any things we feel are missing or do we feel good we everwhere we landed? . i see vice chair d'antonio. >> thank you. thank you for this. i don't know how to make my hand stop. okay. yes, so, i would say as far as a couple things i would like to see add in the here. :like low barrier, for me that is a big priority how do we create programs theory low barrier like for folks to access. and every bucket of the spending. and then i would like to see something about keeping the san francisco definition of homelessness as far as families that our prior for us as well.
and i think that -- that also like ties in the data components we are talking b. i think it is heard to actually ends homelessness and also address racial equity when we don't have all the data. i would argue that alegality of black and brown families are living doubled up and we don't have data on these families and they ends up like on the street or experiencing unsheltered homelessness. and so it makes sense to catch them when they are doubled up rather than in a street situation. so, yea i'm going to push for that. as long as i'm on this committee. those other 2 things i would like to see added. as far as questions i think again that these are questions we asked left year but like what do folks see the biggest gaps
now? and -- our system? and also, how can we house more black households in san francisco? those are probably over arching questions for this year. and then like i know sometimes i guess this is more the last time. sometimes we list out examples of like subpopulations i would like to see this more domestic violence stated on some of the slides. like00 eye think that is a subpopulation we keep pushing back or getting 10 housing -- holing vouchers. but i would like to see like more of a focus considering that -- like a big reason for like families experiencing homelessness. 8% but that's had people report t. is big are then and there that. people are rem manualeded by
having cps called on them. especially women. and their children taken. the 8% i argue we could double it like 16% of families experience homeless knowledge. so i think we need as much a big are system around the and calling out as much as possible. >> so. iel. low barrier. and keeping san francisco definition on things we should be calling out on [inaudible]. thank you. >> thank you very much. we will go to member friedenbach and then member cunningham-denning. >> thank you, chair. so, i agree with vice chair d'antonio. in terms of the first question the priorities or values i'm i realliment to see from the
like -- from the emergency shelter perspective having leave threshold access and i'm concerned around what is happening with the oasis. the families are all moved out again for the second time and >> the owners are posed to be extending the lose while they are in active negotiations with the city and than i have in the yet. and that was really our only low threshold access for families. and -- if is important it min tain that an easy like you are in an emergency wagz. you show up or call. and the same goes for the other populations as well. and -- you know, we had a bit of that access during the weather and had it with the winter
shelter. which is involve. it takes ahigh school for the word to get out. this is -- something this i think -- if we have conditionual low threshold access it is a part of our system and everybody knows about it. people in san francisco know about it. we had the self referral shelter closed down. it kind of not existent for families and in ways for youth the access press is complicated. and a lot of people who are in
need of shelter don't make it through that process. and ends up sort of -- scrambling out on the streets or staying in unsafe situations. so i wanted to kinds of -- you know dig down on that a bit. and -- i think this is also a way to when there is low threshold and done it for the question number 2. when we have -- community based organizations that are -- addressing under served populations or populations that are impacted by homelessness they have accomplicement access. it moved beyond the shelter needs and should have a component of the system for
housing as well. that really is barrier free and very community centered and so -- when we talk about low threshold to prioritize equity without just doing the set, side. faring under serving transcommunity having a transorganization doing placement. we are doing a bilt of that approximate i think it has been successful. not enough. so there are other population and i think african-american communities an example. we are doing well in the coordinatedent row with african-americans. less success in higher percentages on the evictions and less success on the place ams and making through that process. in it is a concept that could help with that as well. so -- i liked julia's questions
i thought they were great. we could hear the barrier question in the past. and that could potential low be a third bear year getting at the third question. and -- want to emphasize following the san francisco homeless definition and including a broader range of families that are in a variety of situations and i think you know, that's connected to domestic violence and people having new experience for longer. because not want to bring kids on the streets and our system having a >> reporter: you have to be on the streets. it is really not okay. and we need to serve.
black and brown folks from san francisco have rep with other communities. may be some situations that are not at all great. and they -- where as you have the white folks that are coming in from out of town and get in an advantage. i will be frank and getting access it service. because of the way it is set up because of the preference for people who are staying on the streets. so -- that are families with kids. and so it is a really -- it really ends up creating more disparities in the system. i wanted to just mention this stuff.
yea. thank you. thank you that was thoughtful comments. as well as vice chair d'antonio now member cunningham-denning. why thank you, chair williams. i want to just be the final questions what do you have for community stake holders. address being barriers that individuals face and allocate housing. one of the things i have noticed as the director of housing for the organization i work for is when it come to you if even though we have uncovered the fundses to provide the services for individuals to allocate housing but we are coming up against the wall of meeting the barriers the exits in regard to
providing that service such as. individuals had don't have financial lit res skills. to know about credit or income barriers or things of this nature in orders to applying for housing. individuals and ages. one thing i go over is the efficacy around their own personal financial lit res. how are they know information about the things they have experienced in regard its biriers they stated with housing. usual low it it is around being denoticed because of the barriers. addressing this. i feel is important. also, too, meeting with -- the -- upon nonprofit around the city that provides housing service. and addressing when types of, or
guests are see nothing their programs to see if there is a way to help close in those gap and possible low devise a plan that will help us mediate the type of situations for the individuals that come to community serving organizations to access the services. again, you know. having the fiscal part of the plan is one thing and extremely important, of course. and addressing those barriers that are existing in regards to being able to provide housing. i know this we do have the option through hsh with providing sro's a form of housing -- however, for individuals that are in the lgbt
lgbt community some environments are in the appropriate for individuals who are you know trying to go through the processes of reestablishing themselves. it is very -- it is counter productive when you are an individual who from a diverse community and you go in the environment that has so many different types of pertinents and different people if different communities this don't mesh well with individual fist the transcommunity and unsafe environment. so addressing the types of issues how would you address that and move provide equity and safety for housing i wanted to
see if we get also you know things looked at. in regards to prosecute voiding successful long-term housing to everyone. if that makes sense. thank you. >> thank you so much member denning. and i rescue noise we do have representatives from the per interdependents from the major's offices from the department of public health. i want to invite folk fist you are listening to the conversation if you have thoughts on advancing the issues the committee raised feel free to put your hand up and i can call on you. i think there has been important am an important conversation on had is needed move needle in terms of the issues arounded barriers weather be paperwork or over all capacity. and just you know thinking about
the special populations and their needs. so, again. folksment to choim in. we heard earlier in the year a couple years ago from the major's office in regards to rusing the federal requirements for housing and e lim nitting that paperwork as a barrier. grown this work has been moving forward. we have amy sawyer is here. folksment to chime in, this would be great and jessy has one more slide to look at. next steps the liaison meetings. we have our officer elections and revisit our liaison appointments. begin in february. and just a reminder to everyone
the 3 members can participate in conversations. so i will be sending out requests to volunteer. or let me finish they are interested in the other meetings. these other meetings where the committee and -- departments mote to begin the conversation of around budget development and recommendations. so the first meeting in february will focus on implementation and going to march the committee members will be talking about their priors related to this specific funding your. a now other highlights coming up february 23rd meeting we get the report on spending and implementation for you. and there will be a few additional things. this will be the focus of this
mote to look how much spent and had has been implement in the of the first half of fiscal 23. in mid march, we will the funds revenue forecast will set the fund balances for the budget year and committee will receive an update presentation on this at the march meet and at this march meeting the committee can normalize whaz their priors and values. i took nets and will electric back at the record and we will i'm pleased with huwe are moving ahead. don't hesitate to roach out e mail or text if you have additional suggestions.
may be on a question section or something we looked at but more data why are people turned away in i think this is getting at the doubled up question. so if people are trying to access shelter why are they turned away? if somebody is saying i need shelter in my mind i'm like no onements to stay in the shelter because. why are they not able to access this? this is in all parts of the system that came up in the prevention conversation we had around like look at when people drop off and trig to access a program this is getting at remember the comments as well as
like where are people falling off? this is important did thea for us it electric at. not just successes but failures and how we fix this. member friedenbach? >> yea. noting that um -- we'll be getting the fund ref now forecast in mid march and only have 2 weeks to make recommendations. i mean 2 weeks like, okay, so, this next mont in february we talk about all this stuff we want to do and have the big budget short fall wagz. and so it it is a truncated schedule. i'm assuming we will have xr
meeting in march? we are supposed to get them to the major's office, right by the ends of march? so. >> yes. >> and ends of april is our ends of april. why yes. >> i wrote what was coming up this quarter. >> okay. >> we have -- yea. >> we have an additional month. >> oh , okay. >> the upon end of march when the departments will finalize and make their recommendations to the mayor. early in february or april there will be a meeting where the department this is when we gave the mayor. present their recommendations and i process that i'm ironing
out a bit. but i did say, i think, wait, we don't want the presentation from them we are presenting to them what our recommendations are? >> at the end of the month. >> yea. >> they will share with you in april what their than i have given at this time mir. this is our we proposed to the mayor. work with. >> [speak over each other] the committee needs the recommendations both of like this is proposed and we agree with that and see this one differently. >> they are supposed to get our input before they submit the budget to the mir >> yes. that's why. >> why are we they sharing with us when they already give to the mayor and then we weigh in. >> the committee between now and the end of march will be wing on
that's what the priorities and values are. say, these other things that we realment to see. we don't know had the budget amounts will be we don't know the full picture. these other priorities that we have in the values that are informing the priorities. otherwise you are right. if the committee waits until it receives the forecast in march, there will be yes. about 2 weeks before the department presents their recommendations to the mayor. okay. i think then. okay back to my original concern. you know we need to as a body make recommendations on adjustments to the investment plan before the department submits to the mayor. and the department can accept or
reject but we are not trying -- this is -- we are trying -- if we go through a press of getting input um then you know, the idea is that this is the body this is making would recommendations to the department. of course, the department is one of the bodies in an fluential body we listen to. but i'm a little -- >> i think we made that mistake before. and it was really very dloerl in the early time where it was we were basically like -- you know all the decision are made from the department and then we are kind of scrib lierjd the edges it is in the a good use of our time. we should be making recommendations on the investment plans. any changes based on new emerging stuff and learning
initiatives. make adjustments and shift this money or other things helping there. . recommendations around, how we address the short fall. and then that guess and should be having voteos that. and presenting a package to the department? so. not just the broad principles. i understand. >> the committees makes recommendations to the mayor and the board. so -- i understands what you are saying exit think we are trying to start this process early so had you know there can be this dialogue. ahead of time. butt formal recommendation is to the mayor. and the board. >> right i think what we talked about last year was being more all on the same page.
i whanth liaison meetings. i'm concerned about the time line and for us to irrelevant develop this upon you know the consensus we -- were going to probably need to do extra work in march. >> thank you member friedenbach. we can look at the calendar. with jessy, i think you want to join that sxfrgz get more into the next steps. i see member reggio has a hand up and we will figure out more next steps. member reggio. >> yes. i agree with the desire that even the expectation that is expressed would be excellent if we could manslaughter knew what the amount of money would be and recommend in the formal way to the department. before they come up. i know do think time will be
difficult as it has been. i think the advantage we have is in setting up the liaison meetings in a formal way over the next couple months that will have to be meetings and that assumed they are meetings with the departments as well. so this we do try to get sflo oftens and de feoed become to the committee. as much along the wachl i think what will happen is probably if this happened in the past where you know as much as the department and the committee would come up with consensus decisions we will find or at least in the past found consensus is extended to 95-nic % of when we do and difference and where than i are there this is where we go to the mir and the board and we say we are with the department these and we are not with it on those.
so. i guess i think that it probably is not going to be project cal it get ouref recommendations fully down prior to the committee presenting their's. there will be by virtue with the liaison meeting and many areas of the agreement that may be some difference that existed at this time and i thank you is per of our role to rescue noise those and speak to those. >> thank you. thinking about the past couple years i remember our liaisons having the meetings and coming become for initial vet and having a subscent vote when needed to make amendments that is doable we need to workshop this calendar more it it is really tight. as we learned with the other steps in the process this we look at. and wanting to be sure we get our voice to the mir and the board of supervisors in a timely
fashion. i want to workshop this more. off line and come become to the committee with a more detailed calendar. we had in prior years. member reggio? did you have additional? >> no. >> okay. >> want to move to public comment if we could secretary, is there public comment? >> members of public had wish it comment should call 415-554-0001 then access code: 2496 990 2673 password 1234 and press pound. if you have not done so press star 3 to line up it speak. you have 2 minutes. i'm checking the list now for hand raised for public comment. i don't see any. >> thank you so much. i believe jessy in terms of next
steps for the prior and have yous we will discuss more and we can circle back to the committee with more details. would that be doable? >> yes. >> okay >> thank you. so -- with that we will move to item 6 elections and appointments with the recognition we are not a full board we do need to have appointments from the mayor's office that are in process. and but we do have a listed part of our operating procedures it move forward with elections. typically this would have help in the december. given the transitions we are addressing it this month in january. and yea. want to open it up and when we can do with the 3 officer positions we are not voting today, is that right?
>> you don't have to the officers is what would happen in december. or around november. so. with that. we have the chair, vice chair special data officer positions that are up for election. and want to give folks turn it over if there are enemyinations if folk who is i believe now i'm serving as chair. vice chair d'antonio is vice chair and then julie leadbetter is serving as data officer. you see the committee members you minominate yourself or another member for office a member may decline. you can enemy nay yourself to serve another term. there are no limited on the number of terms the member can serve. member denning? >> thank you, chair williams i
would like to nominate williams to continue as chair. i second this. >> i will accept the enemyination. thank you, colleagues for the nomination. is there discussion on the nomination? member reggio. >> i say so well served by our current chair in terms of deep commitment and interest in the issue in terms of competence and experience that lendses to such a good meeting and such great fasilltation and i would hate to see that change.
so i don't know if multiple seconds near order. may be that is i would just want to say that. >> channel? we are well served by you. >> thank you, member reggio. >> i see member friedenbach. >> i want to [laughter], want to appreciate have gratitude for your leadership and your style and your onlying this stuff. and just you have yea. just you bring a lot of confidence and make the meetings appear effortless you have so much skill. and so -- i just you know you have all the values around lifting up people's voices. yea just the whole package is great. so i'm excited that you are willing to do it again. >> thank you so much, i will i
don't see anymore hands is there additional nominations? if there is in the we need a motion to close nomination. >> so moved. >> motion. >> second. >> nominations are closed and is there public comment? can i make a suggestion we do all of the nominations. and take public comment and then dot votes opposed to public comment on each role. >> got it. >> is there a nomination for vice chair. i would love to nominate julia d'antonio. i also like have a lot of admiration and -- really um --
julia's got a knowledge of different systems and where the gaps are and is so connected to community and the ways and also hassed phage taftic skills and comp tensey. i want to nominate d'antonio. i will second. >> member denning, you have seconded. we will take that. all right. any additional comments on d'antonio i would like to make comment its hen so amaze to have jowlia as a partner in this work. her knowledge and passion i foal luck tow learn from her and spend time in this work with her. and so happy she is joining us for another term. thank you, and i know you don't have to and i appreciate your service to the committee and
community. thank you. >> mrfrment so now we will move to nominations for data officer. is there a nomination? >> i have a question. are we going to talk about putting the impact liaison with or should we vote on the data officer and then talk about that with the liaison like -- so the data person know this is motorbike a possibility that they might take on that role? i don't know. >> yes. i think we help me do we need to as a committee combine the roles and elect this position or could the data officer nomination accept with the understanding this may be a combined role? >> this saturday description of the data officer. this appears they will add sunrise the committee on data analysis. i think prioritize coordinate and electronic data requests.
aline data requests for strategic planning. add sunrise on monitoring and tracking additional data progress and recommend strategics and other tasks or duties. >> do we have for the community liaison role do we have easily accessible so that looking ahead collect information of course solicit input. evaluate needs. draft recommendation and enengage in other tasks assigned by committee. >> okay. i do could we talk about if there is a desire to combine the data officer role with community liaison role. currently the vice chair is serving in both roles there is intersection with the data officer and the community impact role. i see member friedenbach's hand.
>> i do think combining those makes a lot of sense. and because there is this in terms of data we also want to to be driven by -- feedback from people who are impacted in front mroin staff. all of that. i see that is the center in a big part had the data officer looking at number and stuff but also the getting the input from the humans that develop and mech that data more rich. i like the idea of combike the 2. and -- i think it also cuts down on the number of roles we have for ocoh which is also there is a lot. we have a lot with the liaison positions with existing buckets.
and so -- i feel like narrowing the liaison roles to the bucket and then having the 3 officers make that is a lot but it is makes more sense. to do it that way. thank you very much. >> so i would just so we can have this documented is there a motion to combine both of the roles member friedenbach said it is in the the same. >> this is really a role that helps support the workings and advises committees internalally in terms of us having a robust data set about our communities. so. >> buffer make a motion. this would require the data
officer role is defined in the by laws we went from the liaisons if you want to add a line in the description of the job we would need to have that at a different meeting where we change the by laws. my suggestion would be other tasks and duties assigned by the chair this could be a task and duties assign said until you know a letter date when we committee adjusted the by laws. >> thank you. i apologize there is construction outside my bodiesing. with the understanding other tasks will be assigned by the chair i would like to see the daa officer role the community impact is integrated. is there a foegz in or nomination for did thea officer?
>> i can make that motion. nomination. nomination. okay. i like to nominate member leadbetter. for this role. and i think um -- because member leadbetter has experience in working in different counties and understands the system flow and you know and how what data is more important and grounded and how people experience, i think that and show has been dog a great job i would like to nominate member leadbetter. >> second. >> all right. and i will add and saying, you know data
officer leadbetter hen amissing working with and you learning from yous limp you have so much knowledge of our system and irrelevant hope that you will accept this nomination. we really appreciate your service and i know this this is you know we are all volunteers here and appreciate you giving your time and your commitment to the work. you are knowledgeable and love to have you in this role. >>ment to let will officer leadbetter speak. >> thank you. i will show my face. but yes , i will accept. and i also wanted to strategy low encourage as we bring on new members or another member is motivated today to consider the role it is an amazing role. i'm happy to serve in it and excite body when is coming up
next. the work in the department has done. there is a lot of exciting work and a lot of good alignment with the data and the community impact. and whenever someone is red i'm happy to step aside and bring in others to do it. until then and as long as you will have me. happy to serve. >> yes. we will have you, thank you very much for your service. we will given oui have our napinations take public comment. members who want to comment call 415-554-0001 access code: 2496 990 2673 password 1234 press pound.
you have 2 minutes. i don't see public comments for this item y. in terms of press can we take a role call for each one. call the roll. >> member denning. >> yes. >> vice chair d'antonio. >> yes. >> member friedenbach. >> yes. officer leadbetter. >> yes. >> member reggio >> yes. >> chair williams. >> thank you very much. for your confidence and i am excited continue. so we will move to a vote for vice chair. member cunningham-denning. yes. >> vice chair d'antonio. >> yes. >> member friedenbach
>> yes. >> officer leadbetter. >> yes. >> member reggio. >> yes. >> chair williams. >> yes. congratulations. >> thank you, everyone. we will take data officer. >> member cunningham-denning. why yes j. vice chair d'antonio. >> yes >> member friedenbach. >> yes. >> commissioner leadbetter. >> yes. >> member reggio. >> yes. >> chair williams. >> yes. >> we have our data officer. thank you very much data officer leadbetter we have all our officer in office we will move forward. we have our liaison role. as well and i allowed make a nomination as chair i want to make a nomination for emergency shelter andhygiene.
continue serving our emergency shelter and hygiene liaison. we are luck tow have her in this role i can't think of anybody better and we are well served boy her exert ease and leadership. like to renominate member friedenbach. second. >> second. >> i think by member reggio. >> and member friedenbach do you accept. why yes. why wonderful. we will open up from the board if there are comments this folks would like to make or if you would like to make any comments? >> no. just -- you have been happy to continue doing this or move to different roles we have one our
behavioral health seat is vacant and wren who will get appointed but we canment to note is if i think we are thinking behavioral health person the liaison could be a role i could play if somebody wanted shelter put thanksgiving out there. if we wanted switch it if you mean we had a need. my background i used to do a lot of work around behavioral health earlier in my career. so -- happy to continue doing shelter. >> thank you. i see member denning i would like to nominate myself for behavioral health liaison. joy would love to second.
>> second this. >> thank you so much. member denning. is there additional nominations i know member catalano is not present i would like to pause on that vote so our member catalano can be present for that. are there additional nominations? i know we have cal pipe line. >> i would love to nominate member reggio for. i think member reggio would like to share nows. am i need to inform the committee i'm going to go off the committee. and -- i going -- for family reasons and personal reasons all good.
i will be out of town for 3 of 4 meetings. i think it makes better sense to say you know i will do anything i can to ease a transition to a new person but i have been in conversation with the mayor's office and i know than i are looking for an appointment now. would not assume the appointee should be housing inventory and dependses on the experience is. and so i guess may be i recommend this the chair, if you looks at the whole who is there and what committees need leadership now. and further reach or double duty. i will tell you i'm a member until an appointment is made and i will be happy to condition working on housing related issues over the course of the
next month or 2 until another member come on. >> thank you member reggio. i then and there we have been well served by you and your expertise. and we thank you so much for helping with the transition. i agree we should pause given this on the diversion liaison and housing and pipeline we can wait on the 2 liaisons. now we have 2 nominations on the table. we have member friedenbach for emergency shelter and hygiene and member denning for behavioral healing. we will go to public comment and come become for a vote. members when wish to commentom this item call 415-554-0001, access code: 2496 990 2673 password 1234 then pound. if you have not done so dial
star 3 to speak. a prompt indicates you raised your hand. wait until you have been unmuted then begin your comment, you will have 2 minutes. there is no public comment. why thank you. we will take a roll call escrow on emergency shelter hi joan liaison for jennifer friedenbach. >> member cunningham-denning. why yes. vice chair d'antonio. >> yes. >> member friedenbach. >> yes. >> officer leadbetter. >> yes. >> member reggio >> yes. why chair williams. >> yes. why motion passes congratulations. thank you for your service. we will now move to our behavioral health liaison and it is member cunningham-denning. >> member cunningham-denning.
>> yes. >> vice chair d'antonio. >> yes. >> member friedenbach. >> yes. >> officer leadbetter. >> yes >> member reggio. >> yes. >> chair williams. >> yes. >> motion passes, congratulations member cunningham-denning. >> all right. we will now move forward to the next item. >> can you call the item. i don't have it in front of me. >> item 7 is mental health spotlight presentation with discussion and possible action by the committee. >> thank you. so at this time i believe we have director kirkpatrick with us. >> we have doctor cummins with
us. >> director cummins. thank you. why hemo~. good morning, everyone. hello chair williams grit to hear about the elections. and transition in the committee is exciting to see -- going on. i'm i know we are rung late and i'm with apologies i have a hard stop at 11:20 i know you have a full agenda. i will kick us off and i want to introduce the group i think you he doctor residence who is joining me. doctor residence is the head's up ouran litibles and evaluation team for health sf and prop c initiatives. i will kick us off and doctor rose will step in as i have to
step off and i'm sorry. lovely to be here. i'm joined as chair williams said by director kirkpatrick. who you know. we will start off today with a brief table setting. take a moment to highlight our collaboration and growing collaboration with hsh and acknowledge our flon have a future spotlight presentation focused on our collaboratetive work. we will then turin to mental health sf describing the population which we are now have routines for and sharing the metrics and very excited share really the metric in further development over dose response
and prevention and sample metrics we may given time may not be able to get to that and happy to come back. so i think as -- this group will be familiar, the behavioral healing services asked the san francisco department of public health the largest provider and fundser. mental health and subance use prevention and treatment in san
francisco. we have a total budget sick00 million dollars. we contract with more than 80 community based organizations. and left year we provided formal treatment services in what we call special behavioral health for 20,000 people. of need that number does in the include people that we have touched or served. in our prevention. our lower threshold and other services where we don't have duplicated numbers of people because of we don't collect identifying information. we mate we touch an additional 100,000 people in those services. >> the work around importance, people experiencing homelessness irrelevant fit in to our larger system and systems of care. with both general services and then when we have come to the describe a taylored service to
people experiencing homeless knows. our over arching goal for high quality and equitable care can save lives and improve quality of plaintiff, prosecute mote recovery. we are aim to have care that is timely. accessible, coordinated and to use a health care jargon, person centered. former president trump can see within our diagram in the darker blue. the parts at dhp behavioral health is one you see the list of others including the hospital laguna honda, and child health. in the lighter blue circle. we have a number of programs that are irrelevant taylor period aimed it center people
experiencing homelessness. and you can see that list, it is service this is happen in most parts of our delivery system in addition to the entire delivery system. really aim to prioritize the person population. turning now to just sharing and i know this it is i great importance to this committee but, i wanted to acknowledge how important it is and critical it is to improving the health of folks experiencing homelessness. we absolutely need a system's prop to address the many structure roll drivers and complexity of homelessness. we partner with hsh cross a
large number acknowledging some are through the behavioral health it is department wide. we are working together to implement prospect c programs related to the provision of clinical support and shelter and supportive housing settings. cal aim, which you know to be the huge medicaid and medical reform effort in california.
we are working with hsh to increase and expand our over doze prevention efforts focus on current and form and people formerly responsibling homeless knows. this community exits from laguna honda and important low, data integration effort its improve service deliver competence enable shared following and offects to -- assess the out come we are realizing. and you will hear a bit in our presentation about the prior population as an example of how we are doing data integration. i will mention and you know hsh is updating the 5 years
strategic plan and working closely as well as others at d ph really participate and develop i shared vision. with partnership and collaborate rigz including identifying shared priority population and shared objectives and shared initial strategies to advance the shared objectives. we are working to clarify the implementation approach to to. accomplish our goals. >> may be now is a good time to turn us over to doctor rose. i will see what the next slide is. i will say a word about mental health sf and monica i will turn it to you. you all have seen some version of this slide if not this exact slide a reminder mental health
s sf legislation pass in the 2019 seeks the goal with our increasing access and coordination of treatment and support service for all san francisco residents with mental health or experiencing homelessness. this work the legislation defined 4 domains of work our office of coordinated care. mental health service center. our new bed and if sillities and our street crisis response team. next slide. >> so it is important part of hsf is our ability to set of key metrics and look at did thea including our population and out come. why don't i turn it overto
doctor rose. >> sure. i will stay on for a minute or 2 and for whatever questions that can't be fielded by doctor rose or director kirkpatrick we will get back. good to see everyone. >> hi issue everybody. this is my first time at this meeting. nice to see all of you. want to say in addition to did the person i'm a clinical psychologist in the terms of how i think about the data. stop mow when needed. i than we want to have time for questions. why you know in the legislation, which i'm sure you are familiar with, defines priority population as persons experiencing homelessness as well as series mental health ill license or subtans use disorders. you know in terms of quantifying
that population, you know we did a lot of w to use our various data systems. i will describe this slide. the large gray bubble there importance experiencing homelessness that is a year time combhn had indication of responsiblesing homeless knows over the year are in that 19,000 number there. that small are aqua color is of the then,000 the number 8700 that had either a series mental illness or substance use disorder. when you look to the right it breaks it down by substance use and serious mental ill knows you seat majority has substance use disorder at 84 sprs and then 51%
and this over limited partner in the middle there of 35% have both serious mental illness and substance use disorder. of those diagnose these are what we used as criteria near defining mental illness and substance a buchlts with the [inaudible] i will say that these are not exclubhousive a person could have more than one of these. stimulant are 50% and opioid at 42%. this darker blue the mental health disorders. psychiatrist were most prevalent
upon of the disorders. and we get down to other like a big bucket of other substance use, alcohol related. ptsd and bipolar. were the lowest numbers there. next slide. okay. so in terms of the demographic prosecute file in race, ethnicity 36% were white. 30% african-american. that is much higher than san francisco population by sick times and then 20% is well tin x and i will not read all of the number. proirm language there is 10% had
a primary language other then and there english. so 6% spanish and different languages fit in this 4% of the other category. >> in terms of gender -- male 71% there and then the mean age is 44. next slide, please. >> okay. these are the mental health sf requirements. i know we don't have a lot of time i want to say that when i say core metrics i'm not saying these are all of the metric that will monitoring. but they are a key set this we defined to start monitoring. have to start somewhere and prioritize where we will get started. with that said. you can see on the left there are the various categories. we have housing. routine care.
wait times. over doze response and quality of life. so just to quickly go tlouz. under housing. we have to increase the percentage of the mental health sf population. and then we have to increase the percentage of the population for [inaudible] permanent house and routine care we are to increase the percentage of the population receiving routine health care. and then we have to increase percentage of the population receiving routine health care post 5150 discharge. to say 5150 is an involuntary detention for various reasons. 72 hour hold emergency services and or sike patient. and in terms of wait times the 2 we prioritize thered are to
decrease wait times intensive can is management service. and also to decrease the wait times for residential treatment beds. and then in the category of over dose response, we like to increase the amount of distributed in the community. increase the percentage of percentage of opioid use disorders to decrease the number of deaths to over dose. and to decrease the enormous racial despirity. and final low, to in terms of quality of life. to improve the quality of life in functioning for persons in the mental health sf obligation. okay. feel free to stop me if you have
questions. >> thank you. i'm going to pause us and so if there are questions. >> absolutely. are there questions at this time. we have a couple minutes for the presentation. all right i see vice chair d'antonio and member denning. hart the percentage of folks with dual diagnose because that is a big request this we see in our listening session as well as in the community out there we get a lot of requests from family requests they need more support dual diagnose. that it is my first question. the second is the break down of
substance. are you talking about meth? and when you say opioids just pills or heroin like shootingum and like. jury room where does this break down. >> all of them. we have the detailed data. this is like higher level sum row. we have the detail by substanceful you know i will be happy to shirr that. i think like how you would support someone will vary on the substance they are using. sorry. >> yea. no absolutely. so i think on the earlier slide, you know where we had the when you were talking about the dual diagnose question. we can go back to the one i
think before this. so. over on the right there. in terms of the data we have. remember this you know data has limitations but -- in terms of the did thea available that we have, we found 35% over lap in terms. disorders. >> thank you. >> 00. why thank you. we will go to member denning and also member friedenbach. >> thank you. and thank you for the presentation it is warming. i have a question with data collection. are the methods you gathered, are than i from the information gather friday clines coming and accessing resources at d ph or more of a you know like a wider range of how you collect this data. why great question. >> and this is part of why this job is difficult in terms
of gathering data. so -- in any case. upon the data sources that we have -- essential low require that somebody -- in terms of mental health sf population they touched 3 systems. either behavioral healing services in a fashion. or more on the medical side. the service this are in our bhr epic or primary care hospital services and so forth. and we have this integrated with the hsh did thea in terms ofs you know shelter and other services this would indicate importance experiencing homeless knows. so -- i will not go in details the 3 source intgrited look there. >> thank you.
thank you very much. >> thank you. go to member friedenbach. >> yea. i had a comment, i would love for the distribution for over dose prevention to focus more on getting it out to users. and then training each other or -- training them to use it -- on other folks. that is more effective than getting it out to cbo and there is disparity now. like you know the organizations that do that work are smort and there is cbo's that have it not using it it isit sitting there. being smarter getting in the human beingeds of drug users needs to be the priority. >> thank you. and i think our goal today i know we are short on time we have many more sliding digging
deeply in the w we are doing related to intensive case management a vital treatment compoint to supporting clointss who are housed and unhoused and dig nothing the data we are collect related to over dose response and prevention to which are significant investments by the ocoh committee demonstrating to you all the analytical work we are doing. we know the importance per budget decision making and top have data. the level of work.
we recognize how vital the collaboration are. to ensure that people have the behavioral health support to ends homelessness and successful in housing. and druing the blank ajs was the goal i'm sorry we are short and defer to how you want to proceed with the rest of the meeting i will turn it become to the chair. >> thank you. so much. and -- we are at time. i believe that if we could actually bring this item become for additional conversation i think there is so much to discuss in this area and so much interest in had is helping with mental health sf i invite
director kirk presidentric and monica to condition this. it is a critical issue as part of everything we are doing. i will move to secretary to go to public comment. members had wish to comment on the item call 415-554-0001 then access code: 2496 990 2673 password 1234 and press pound. tile star 3 to speak a prompt will indicate you raised your hand. wait until you have been unmute exclude begin comments. you will have 2 minutes. thank you. i want to provide the director if you have other thank yous before we continue this item. we will bring this back for a future meeting.
i want to thank you both for coming and all the work you do for our community. and it is so important for our city and continue with partnership in this work. at this time i believe we are at item future agenda items. if there are thoughts? >> see being 91 i will now entertain a motion for adjournment. why i public comment. >> members call 415-554-0001 and access code: 2496 990 2673 password 1234 then pound. if you have not done so dial star 3 to speak a prompt will indicate you raised your hand. wait until you have been unmuted then begin your comments you will have 2 minutes. there are no public commenter for this agenda item.
we are taking public comment on adjournment? >> yea. okay a motion to adjourn? >> i motion. >> moved by d'antonio. is there a second? >> i second. >> seconded by member reggio and cunningham-denning. i will call the role. member country hymn-denning. why yes. >> vice chair d'antonio. >> yes >> member friedenbach. >> yes. why officer leadbetter. >> >> member reggio. >> yes. >> and chirp williams. >> yes. i apologize. weure now adjourned it is 11:36. thank you for your support and we will see you at our next meeting.
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