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February 8, 2006



February 8, 2006, 9:30 a.m.—12:00 noon
City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton Goodlett Place, Rm. 421

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

2. Announcements

3. Approval of meeting minutes of January 11, 2006 and January 23, 2006 [Action Item]
 a. Public comment

4. Staff report [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. Review of Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) drafts  
i. Specific projects
ii. Surveys
b. Redevelopment Agency’s response to the Settlement Agreement
c. Public comment
5. Planning Department update [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. Sarah Dennis
i. Review Schedule and Status Area Plans
ii. Effect of Better Neighborhoods Plus legislation on Area Plans and Historic Resource Surveys
b. Neil Hart:  report on department’s response to Mayor’s letter concerning Settlement Agreement, inclulding but not limited to effect on
i. CEQA reviews
ii. TDR Inventory and Reporting
c. Public comment

6. Sub Committees:  Review of Consultant Services Request for Proposals  [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. Community Surveys Program Development
b. IT Consultant RFP
c. Public comment

7.  Establishing plan and schedule for funding announcements and publishing Requests For Proposals, grants and Contract Awards  [Discussion Item and Possible Action 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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