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January 11, 2006



Wednesday, January 11, 2006, 9:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton Goodlett Place, Rm. 421

1. Roll call
Dennis Antenore  (SFPP)   
Mrs. G. Bland Platt (BOS)
Charles Chase (SF Heritage)  
Mark Ryser  (SF Beautiful)
Tony Irons  (Mayor)   
Joanne Sakai (SFRA)
Alan Martinez  (LAPB)

2. Announcements

3. Approval of minutes of December 14, 2005  [Action Item]
 a. Public comment

4. Staff report [Discussion Item]
a. Statement of Committee scope of work  
b. Notice of Funding Availability:  draft
c. Public comment
5. Planning Department update  [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. Update on DCP response (9/1/05) to Mayor’s letter of 5/2/05 to Susan Brandt-Hawley
b. FY2005-06 Preservation Survey plan and RFP
c. Public comment

6. Subcommittee reports  [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. RFP & Survey Committee:  review draft RFP
b. IT Committee:  review two proposals
c. Meeting on potential penalty legislation
d. Public comment

7. Historic Preservation Fund Interest:  Report from Mrs. Platt  [Discussion Item]
a. Public comment

8. Establish next meeting agenda [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. Public comment

9. Public comment

10. Adjournment 


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