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July 11, 2007


July 11, 2007
9:30 a.m.–12:00 noon
City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton Goodlett Place
Room 421

1. Roll call


Dennis Antenore (SFPP) 
Bruce Bonacker (Mayor) 
Charles Chase (SF Heritage) 
Kelley Kahn (SFRA)
Alan Martinez (LPAB)
Mrs. G. Bland Platt (BOS))
Mark Ryser (SF Beautiful)

2. Announcements

3. Notice of Funding Availability [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item}
a. Mission Dolores Context Statement – Update from Grantee
b. Western SOMA/AND – Update from Grantee
c. Allen Community Development Corp. – Outstanding grant application
d. Public Comment

4. Citywide Survey Program [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. Update on Planning Department's Proposed FY 07/08 Budget and Work Plan
b. Market Octavia Plan Update
c. Public comment

5. Transfer Development Rights (TDR) Study [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. Proposed Work Scope for Planning Department
b. Public Comment

6. Staff Report [Discussion Item and Possible Action Item]
a. Survey Manual NOFA
b. Public Comment

7. Establish next meeting agenda [Discussion Item]
a. Public comment

8. General Public Comment

9. Adjournment


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