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what the wageerize for teachers. the minimum wage change goes into effect tomorrow or friday. for a provider if you are a 100 percent contracted state program you don't have a way-it isn't like a restaurant where you raise your cocktail price. for our providers there is no where to go to get the money and they are coming to us. we have done estimates on the impact of the minimum wage, but that is really for just the staff that would be impacted by the minimum-lifting the minimum wage and it increases ovthe years as we move toward 15 dollars. the non c sites their choice to increase fees for fmlies which is contrary to the goalotches having care be
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affordable for families, but those are some of the challenges, jrfxz i want to thank you for presentation and make one more comment. on the first slide of page 2 of the presentation, the pie chart, the first pie chart, we have be careful how you represent where it says early childhood work force and subsidies because if someone who isn't familiar with the field were to look at this they would think only services are at 55 percent. people familiar in the field know this early childhood work force, the funding going to that is to provide the services >> right we
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need the teachers [inaudi that is a twebl.7 million dollar investment and it is meaningful, but not enough. any other questions >> thank you very much for your presentation. call eeshs that was our last presentation. i'll open up to public dahmsant. if anyone wishes to comment on the item please step forward. i don't know who is left, but come up as you can [inaudible] c mac members voted
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to support a request for additional funding to support title 5 providers on our rates and as michele showed on the graphs we have a huge disparity in the rates. the city of san francisco, the last dupal years through the title 5 provider gave a 12 percent operating grant so we could keep our doors open while we pursued the goal of changing sacramento to change. that operating grant sunsets june 30 and we are asking to put fwo million in the budget to support on going operating grants. that isn't enough we need a additional 2 million to get that life line because we have a rate problem and work force problems and access problem. we have 3 thousand children in san
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francisco still waiting for subsidized care. to lose providers because we can't keep our doors open because the rates are a issue is even worse. i ask you to consider that c pack request. we visited with most of you aurd and know you are aware of our pritorties >> thank you very much. next speaker, please zrkss thank you mr. sue and [inaudible] good afternoon supervisors. i'll here tarepresent the clern and youth fund coalition. the coalition is 30 plus member agencies and dedicated network of service providers and that work to insure all children and families youth get the support they need to 35 in our city. we are dmited to insuring equity and giving priority to children and youths with the highest need. empower ing parents youth and stag holders
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to give implication in the [inaudible] building public trust for transparency and accountability of meeting the needs of dhern, youth and families. last negative san francisco voters improve a increase in the fund to address needs in the community. the increase in the fund unfolds over 4 years beginning fiscal year 15/16 with 4 million to be added to the fund. therefore the children and youth fund urges the mayor and board of supervisor tooz macmize children and youth resources to address unmet needs through grant program development,xpansion and improve. the resources should nolt be diverted to cover increase in minimum wage. the mayor made comment to address fiscal praesher [inaudible] while the children and yooth
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fund community youth [inaudible] supports the cost of doing business increase for dc [inaudible] the city should invest in the children to support strong agency doing quality work with young peopling in need. giving budget predictions of [inaudible] 1.5 million to support [inaudible] that will divert half tho2 million of the 4 million increase in the children fund next year. [inaudible] thank yous. next speaker, please >> good afternoon supervisors my name is johny swarts and the executive director of [inaudible] here to represent the tay [inaudible] is group of
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director representing non profit providers in san francisco. we envision a support system to have access to education, employment housing helt services they need it be successful. pleny are active members of the children youth funnel [inaudible] insure disconduct [inaudible] we want to thank many of you who partdnered with us to advocate for inclusion of taservice tooz be part of the fujd. giveren the expertise and [inaudible] working to build effective [inaudible] we believe we is a unique perspective in setting priorities for services. increase in the fund unfolds over 4 years with 4 million to be added because we work the w the paubulation we are advocateing for critical gaps in dhirfbly system and i'm going give you an attachment with more details. we want to
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advocate the service gap ainalitysis we rented last year and is sound [inaudible] the mayors office and yeneral fund allocation meet the critical needs of disconnected ta. [inaudible] highlight specific taservice gaps and propose service delivery opportunities that can immediately begin to address the gaps. thank you again i'll provide those details to you >> any other member of the public wish to comment? seeing none comment is closed. colleagues thank you for sticking this out and all the detarmt heads for being here as we continue to march down budget season. i think it is pretty evidence families is a priority at the board and want to do watt we can to support them. any other comment or question i would love to make a
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motion to file item 1 >> i want to thank you everyone for coming out and this hearing highlights there is nor to discuss and in the interest oof time i'll save questions and comment but i would like to make that motion on behalf of supervisor farrell to thaibl the hearing >> we vasecond by supervisor yee and take that without objection. matdm clerk do we have any other business in front of us? >> no mr. chair >> thank you everyone, we are adjourned.
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here and join them. >> good afternoon and welcome to the lafco i'm supervisor avalos the chair of logical today is clerk call the announcements please. yes please be advised the ringing of and use of cell phones planning code are prohibited at this meeting. . >> thank you. let's go to the fir item rrlt. >> on that call of the role
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supervisor avalos supervisor breed supervisor campos supervisor chiu's supervisor mar is alice griffith absent mr. chair you have quorum. >> approval the lafco minutes regular meeting cultivation have you had a chance to review the minutes questions or comments going on to public comment seeing we'll close picking up public comment and rrlt vote. >> first and second. >> motion from commissioner cruz and second by commissioner linda commissioner linda is an
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additional sxherld and item 3 consideration of the lafco budget for 2015-2016 thank you we have clerk of board. >> good afternoon supervisor avalos and members of the lafco the clerk of board i'm here today with andy our administration and finance deputy to answer questions that surfaced during the lafco review of the proposed 2015-2016 budget as the commission is aware in 1963 the state legislation created the lafco in all county the responsibility stepped from the 19985 local government reorganization act sxhaenl in san francisco the
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coincidesed with the san francisco lafco being activate the lafco locally the lafco established their mission bay and created a work plan for the adaptation of a conceptually model of gfrnsz for the future of san francisco including among other things a straight utilities strict within the framework of the city and services at the pleasure of board in 2007 when i became clerk of board the economy was in recession he determined at this point that lafco had a massing one million dollars carried forward i worked with lafco they've agreed agreed and the board of supervisors agreed that the lafco instead of proofing
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more dollars would conduct a general lafco business under this agreement lafco retired the reporter for primaries in the future if approved by the board fast forward the chair is reaching it's end life in 2007 the board requested that lafco take on additional roles of the project so do to they asked for clerking assistance when the board of supervisors authorize via motion and memorandum of understanding was created between the puc and the lafco for the ability to utilize costs not to exceed $2.1 million for a virus role for the puc implementation of
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cca provide are 7 slides i don't intend to review only the first 4 for the clerking support the remain 3 slides provide the current general fund carried forward and the puc carried forward on slide 2 the versus actual in 2008 the board approved the motion authorizing the clerk for additional administrative assistance for the additional support in corneas with the agreement my office charges lafco a $27 million support of costs and half time clerk is about $72,000 a logical and the board agreed to the arrangement that was the exception for the advisors role the frequency of the lafco meetings and the workload due to
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the sires will increase 3r5ish8 instead of him or her new staff they absorbed the duty and fin they moved the friendly benefits cost from the general fund to the logical carried forward-looking back we understand it never materialize as you can see on table on slide 2 through the clerking services will lower the actual costs of the services are much higher than 20 thousand and supervisor breed you've identified a structural issue that needs correcting it currently charges more staff time to lafco than is utilized or needed so since lafco general fund carried forward will be
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decompleted we'll recommend did half time clerk will be moved back to the general fund. >> supervisor breed. >> can you explain that because i think that i'm a little bit confused by the statement. >> the statement that it is paying for more than it is using. >> thank you, madam president the halftime salary the entire salary oozed used to be paid for by the general fund when the cca advisors fund lafco for clerking services ramp containing new staff we absorbed those staff and rather than continuing to have ism of them pick up the lafco and board allowed them to pay for the other halftime
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similarly for that staff you started did conversation and appreciate you're asking the important questions if no other questions i'll move to the staff and clerking services provided by the office through the chair. >> oh, sorry linda there's a difference of 61 thousand dollars for actual to the budget for the halftime per year. >> that's correct as far as the information that is on the slide i will be a little bit more forthcoming we engaged in a conversation with the lafco clerk that indicated it is actually more than that in terms of the the hours utilizes. >> the follow-up question is
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mined is lafco paid the $71,000 anticipating halftime employee who has that money. >> in terms of the staff who are currently hired in my office. >> i was wondering it went through a certain budget line item. >> the lafco is a line item in our budget so it is in the budget for the board of supervisors lafco - and the board. >> in the clerk of the boards budget that's correct so it is currently a line item in our budget. >> understood okay. >> hi the lafco carried forward is off budget it was bucked in the prior fiscal year the funds are in the reflected in the we
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are talking about the clerk of the board has a division within the board of supervisors the hours clerk of the board the logical has it's on separate index soda code those are not coming into our office we charge those expenditures separately and it is throughout the year to cover the costs. >> basically move the expenditures from the side to lafco kinder forward because the clerks funds are supporting the sore the assistant clerk we moved those expenditures quarterly. >> from the clerk to the lafco carried forward. >> yes. >> if i may i first time to say the clerk work is good but the difference
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i'm wondering i guess to put to blueprintly are we anticipating to get that back? >> i think that is a lafco question the answer is no when we bring the budget every year this predates mr. frooedz time although he was hired in 2009 we authorized two positions to lafco we'll give back to the general fund our entire budget we don't get that back that's a conscious decision we made during we had a surplus figuring out what our budget needs were and glen eagle golf course back to the general fund that came from the general fund originally so it wasn't as if it was anything not known so to speak


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