Historic Preservation Fund Committee - August 28, 2017 - Agenda

Meeting Date: 
August 28, 2017 - 9:30am
Location: 
City Hall, Room 421
United States

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HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND COMMITTEE
Meeting Agenda
Monday, August 28, 2017
9:30 am
City Hall, Room 421


1. Roll Call
Mark Ryser, Chair (SF Beautiful) Dennis Antenore (SFPP) Mike Buhler, Vice Chair (SF Heritage) Bruce Bonacker (Mayor)
Robert Cherny (HPC) Lila Hussain (OCII)
Mrs. G. Bland Platt (BOS)


2. Announcements [Discussion Item]
a. General and staff announcements
b. Public comment


3. Consideration of HPFC-initiated Projects, including public retrospective of HPFC accomplishments [Discussion Item]
a. Discussion of potential project list
b. Discussion of 2017 Alice Carey Memorial Lecture
c. Discussion of committee calendar and process
d. Public comment


4. Grant Agreement Matters [Discussion Item with Possible Action]
a. Update on recent grant-funded projects and pending applications
b. Request for funds from the Western Neighborhoods Project for the OpenSFHistory project
c. Public comment


5. Establish Next Meeting Agenda [Discussion Item]
a. Public comment


6. General Public Comment


7. Adjournment



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