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drive over islands that makes it tougher if the island was not there they seem to be receiver to the needs i think that will should tell. >> you're saying they are repetitive to our needs oh, it is joyful. >> i love it when people are receiver to our needs seconds count and not - this is serious business very, very serious business. >> so the oak street plaza where does that stand. >> the oak street plaza. >> this is right at the. >> between van ness and franklin on oak street. >> across from the musical con
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tether. >> that area will contain 4 thousand new units of housing a huge, huge project and it is happening all over the place the city it is essential for folks from station 5 be able to move around easily i'm sorry, go ahead. >> that project is putting in two brand new buildings residential buildings and be a lot of new residents so the idea to have a plaza out front for people coming and going that looks nice but narrows the street and you okay? yes, i am my chair went to the side >> thank you continue please. >> so it narrows the street
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which again they were proposing a contra flow lane to the narrow end was not a concern, however, we'll opposed the contra flow lane and seeing a new proposal in august 11th or somewhere we'll imagine it will have widening of oak street we can still go down oak street. >> things are looking positive and planning and mta we voiced our concerns within an agreement they're taking the project back to the developer to redo the front of that. >> okay. so we have speed bumps, speed humps and speed cushions. >> i think i'm ready for the pop quiz. >> the bumps and humps are the same thing as far as i'm concerned, we'll have to stop
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roll over the front axil and over the back axil and go on clearly clearly slows down if we hit it at full speeds we'll break something our rigs are too heavy so the speed cushions have the cut outs we are okay with those we've had i think a list of 15 of them that chief gonzales had everyone test and not one negative feedback there is a couple of humps throughout the city and that make us literally stop when responding. >> the speed humps do we ask mta to get those out for speed cushions. >> we've asked i don't know wherewith are on the progress.
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>> could you please keep us informed. >> all right. thank you very much again for your presentation. >> thank you your next next item, please madam secretary. >> no okay all right. thank you. >> commissioner vice president cleaveland you had other comments. >> (inaudible). >> thanks again chief lombardi for your report you mentioned the streets where you had take a lane of traffic like valencia second street they're planning to do that. >> correct. >> whether you talk to the sfmta and the fact that we are criticizing the response times and that you kind of stuff if
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they know by taking out a lane their compromising the ability to quickly arrive at the fire or emergency. >> i make that known every time it is tough 3 agencies that are go obviously competing and all good in their own right but yeah. i mean. >> so much space generally speaking and valencia street it okay for responding when they did that if you cut across the city they didn't put in any permanent barriers cars would get out of the way but the hard escape barriers a car will not that pull up on the sidewalk but a hard bare if you took out a lane of traffic and put in bike lanes everyday traffic will be
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slow but people can go into the bike lanes. >> okay. so so you have a conversation when necessary discussed about taking out lanes. >> and everyone of the conversations our response time definitely comes up autopsy that's very good where are we the natural firebreaks are not put into san francisco in - >> that's concerning. >> our better streets plan, which was passed a few years ago by the board calls for narrower streets and . >> no wide streets anywhere. >> there is wide streets but just not as many as we've had and not as wide i don't know i'm going off the top of my head but shocked a street as wide and van ness in any of the neighborhoods
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i don't think that exists is may. >> how wide for a street to qualify as a break. >> it is given different factors how tall are the buildings and how close together are the buildings it is a varying factor but just naturally if you get a big thing in the wide fires we're fighting now they let the fire burden until a bulldozer and create their own break sometimes the fires have too big you have to let them burn themselves out. >> you are in the best position to recommend where the firebreaks are but in the new developments he mean i'll put it on the table so thank you. >> sure. >> thank you commissioner vice
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president cleaveland. >> commissioner hardeman. >> thank you, madam chair i'd like to follow-up questions chief i know you tried to go through as fast as you could but the follow-up is good getting more information but i went back and found a question i knew there was something i noticed on the 26 percent maximum grades so i'm not sure that all drivers know where an additional route how many 26 percent grades would there be in the city. >> you mean grades or with the streets as it says street grades maximum 26 percent is that you could climb a hill that was - and that's actually high what page. >> on the equipment california registration code like the 40th
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page street grades i'm curious what that meant. >> so we have certain i can't off the top of my head two issues with grade for us one is at a certain grade we can't operate our aerial ladder that's 14 percentage above 14 percent it put us at a bad angle and a grade how steep they can have the streets actually do you know first hand i think 6 might be max and this becomes a cliff and two steep to issues for us operationally one with our aerial ladder we could use it but driving the streets becomes two steep thank you. >> so that would be.
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>> yeah. so street grades 26 maximum and departure that is right here i don't see it so the aerial truck is 14 percent and streets more than 14 percent we can't use our aerial truck and approach you'll see a tabletop that flattens that can't be more than 15 percent on off the tabletop and the actual street not more than 26 percent and if you think of the steepest streets in san francisco in elizabeth in naomi kelly and dartmouth it is pretty steep steep hills probably 23 percent that i know of no street over 26 percent and that is like like i said a cliff on the design that
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gets pretty steep so those were dealing with this right now in another project i didn't put on the slide show i didn't want to be here and take up all the time but redoing the potrero hill with the projects on potrero hill there is a whole project their redoing all of that that's a very steep hill and we're dealing with all the approach and departure angles probably a good 10 block project 10 whole blocks but every single we're dealing with the aerial and the approach and departure and the max street grades when you know you have a city with heels you're dealing with adams angles. >> thank you commissioner hardeman so some the problems that exist on sections of golf
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street i've seen some trucks along how trucks get stuck. >> when they're going over the cap those are things operationally we deal with so. >> the mention you made of the in any development on castro where is that. >> right now with the developer it is a unique project the city owns the project bring in private developers and doing that there and also where the sunnydale. >> that's part of hope sf so their simultaneously going off and met with the developers and there is some question because was what project built not from the same developers but in hunters point and like the templates worked on paper now
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muni buses are hitting when they go up the hill and on paper it should have worked i relied this to the developers and they're saying okay. they come out with all little templates and here's the rigs and nothing should hit we agreed to the phase one and said okay everything looks good we'll approve it it works on paper you can't cone test this they're cutting into the side of the hill we don't know until it's built but approval to the first section two intersection and should work we'll run the rigs to that if it didn't work we have in writing they'll alter the rest of the project but hopefully work and meets all the things in the chart you see all the numbers. >> right instead of a test kitchen a test road. >> just a.
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>> truly it is so all the ingredients will be there and all very nice when it is done the 26 foot width that commissioner vice president cleaveland brought up. >> yes. >> how do we go about putting that into the regulations. >> so working collaboratively with dpw their in charge the subdivisions have a subdivisions we've meet with them and got that worked with planning on new immunizatio subdivisionss and if there's a building turn around 40 feet the fire department will needed 26 assess at that spot if below
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then 20 foot rows. >> part of new dpw regulations yes. >> i thought that commissioner vice president cleaveland was referring to say that all in any streets would be 26 feet is that what you were suggesting. >> he was suggesting which like again competing interests wider sidewalks i don't know if anyone will argue wider streets easier to turn and clearing easier operational but a give and take. >> we'll approach that a little bit later. >> thank you again. >> all right. anyone else commissioners no more follow-up questions okay. thank you madam secretary >> item 5 update on are recent discussions regarding station 49 with the h 235 clarifications.
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>> thank you. i will hand this off to the acting chief chief gonzales. >> thank you commissioner president covington so the h 23 in the 18 we met i he feels there entirely with users commissioner vice president cleaveland and wanting o'connor and as well as the chief and the members if the ems association informal agreements we agreed on the wablg as well as how many years the applicants have to have in the fire department substantially the next day we met again with dhr representative steven 798 attorney and the association again and ac myers and
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yourselves and agreed to those two items what we came up with we have to i'll say modify the classification chief meyers they compressed and some things adam that maybe not should have been adam and hopefully get that document modified this week and agreed on by both parties the city and 798 and move forward with this. >> okay. >> thank you we will have frequent updates on this until the deal is made thanks. >> is this any public comment on this item? that wants to comment on this presentation. >> seeing none, public comment is closed. and fellow commissioners my questions or comments.
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>> concerns? >> seeing none, madam secretary next item and chief reports by chief gonzales report from acting chief of dependent on current issues and activities within the department since the fire commission meeting of july 15, 2016, including fiscal year 2016-2017 budget academies one and 50th anniversary update and special events and communications and outreach to 09 government agencies and the public report from administration fleet and facility and support services and homeland security and training within the department. >> good evening commissioner president covington acting chief chief gonzales this is the report current activities issues we sent the strike team to the fire on july 23rd in the
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afternoon in montgomery couldn't it-22 members were deployed and 5 engines that were sent left at the 15 two hours to defend the structures in the highland area and the leader bryan the battalion chief and others were deployed at 9:00 p.m. joined and leading 3 engines from san mateo and one from alameda and our 3 61 with 3 engines their were put to work in the same division as the strike team and finally, the call at midnight on the 25 for assistance to form another strike team we were able to assist contra-costa alameda and
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four of their engines and our engine 7 went with them and replaced the engine 7 so went back in service shortly after that i spoke with the gentleman this morning and i'd like to say he's the most experienced command they'll be under until monday and decide about the personnel teams as far as the fire 23 thousand close to 37 square miles and thirty percent contained and structures are threatened and 20 homes destroyed and tragically unfortunately over the night an operator of a bulldozer was killed in the fire when it rolled over one happy note we received a letter from the fire administration from the residents carla thank you to the
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brave sf firefighters in caramel from the station near airport and near the trans america the sf camped out over night to protect the residents from the comboech fire they were understanding and respectful and unfortunately, i can't offer them a hot cup of coffee easier to get a good nights sleep when we know your firefighters are here i hope we support you in the way you supported us thank you. >> god bless you marilyn. >> on to the budget updates the budget was heard at the board of supervisors july 19th it passed first reading and again heard and approved a second time on july 26th no changes were made to our
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questions thankfully and now to the mayor's office for signature an update on the academies the 54 academy is in the 6 weeks thankfully it is the last 54 members and nice job jeff and the one and 21st class it scheduled in november the chief will be making background from the eligible list this was test and chief wanted me to mention that his active shooter in training good a really i don't care grob and 25 members go through that and we're doing it on our own and next year hopefully with the sfpd also in the academy update she's holding told me he'll have another academy near and dear to my heart i'd like to see as well
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on to the update for the one and 50 anniversary i'll give you dates and events on august 2, '33 to 6 alters washington square park a nancy apparatus and display to talk about the training september 11th unveiling of a piece of world trade center for all safety personnel who lost their likens in the line of duty on the safety buildings this is the first time the plan hits the building it will be on geary boulevard and myself and olivia we went out to station 49 it was steroid a piece from the world
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trade center this was surreal this should be i'm hoping this will be well attended on september 24th is civic celebration with that includes a parade and historical exhibition on fisherman's wharf on the this will start at the 10:00 a.m. the one and 50 anniversary and 12:00 p.m. opening ceremonies and from 12:30 to four fire engine and live deems at the forest lawn from the ac and early 19 hundreds for more information please visit sfpd one d on september 25th like people to bring their
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family to bring their families to this and all the events on the 24th and the 25th are free and open to the public october 9th through the 15 fire preservation open house for the public to visit their local firehouses and how best to prevent fires october 17th the projected in stoned the commission of the sfpd having a fire boat and add the status quo that will happen on cove with a summer sermon and the film festival this be an organization of films and san francisco public library and will be free and open to the
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public however, attendees will need to register online to attend and finally on december 3rd a day of celebration for active members off and on duty chief joanne hayes-white will hold a celebration for off and on duty to celebrate the day the event from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. details to follow and the next scheduled one and 50 anniversary celebration meeting is scheduled for tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. on to special events and communications to the governments agencies the chief and the department and i chief joanne hayes-white met with the thirty champions on july 20th and welcomed them to san francisco and thanked them for their input in helping us
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chief of the department and dan and myself and local 798 thank you for the firefighters met with diane and tommy from the human rights and supervisor campos office regarding the updates on fire preservation and initiative that have between brought up dan did a good job the meeting a lot of requests from that community in particular one or two of the representatives from the communities addressed all the points and that was comprehensive it was a good meeting. >> on jowl 18 we met with that was mentioned green before the station 49 meeting on july 19th the labor management meeting that was a frustrate fell meeting it was a good meeting
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actually on we met with sf rescue and the employee group on july 24th at approximately 8:30 a.m. the new fire boat crews the phoenix went outside the golden gate bridge from the sfpd and rescue boat southern and the u.s. coast guard were part of welcoming fleet the magnificent fire boat was showed you i'd like to commend jeff and the retired senior engineer for the bulk of the work in regards to designing construction of the new fire boat it is really amazing to see
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also that and the deputy director it is tentatively to be commissions in october a quick update do a shout out to the basketball team the sf won the division goal and the stickball team i'm not sure those are the stage and the bowling team won many metals and august from the 25 washington square from are 3 to 11 and fleet weeks ago that concludes the chiefs report. >> thank you very much chief gonzales any member of the public that wants to comment on the chiefs report.
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>> okay seeing none, public comment is closed. go to the fellow commissioners beginning with commissioner hardeman. >> i better get my mike on. >> madam president thank you. >> okay good report chief gonzales friend good call on the cruise to caramel fire thank you to whoever made that decision and made it quickly with the equipment and good leader and good crew so we know they all nobody is forced to go decided and the help is needed and a tough place to be congratulations to them. >> thank you. >> the budget mark corso did a
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good job and everyone else terrific thanks it is wonderful but the most important thing the fire boat so yesterday morning it came in and was able to welcome it in the golden gate bridge cut have not fog and in the headlines some of us were in the francis scott key what a beauty oh, that thing what a wonderful ship she is and taking a tour on her it is so fun all those years when i came on the commission almost 6 years ago we're getting a new fire boat 6 years later (laughter). >> so things move slowly that brings me to 1909 san francisco
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had two status quo boats built for one and 2920 feet long and david funny we named the ship she after men that is interesting but anyway, those are the new names of the fire boat but i'll propose that is time we get started in another fire bootat in the mid 60s the two fire boats built in 1909 made it for 45 years extremely well built ships and their the state of the art and for those to be worn out and sold for a scrape in 1954 with the modern technology with those to phoenix and the guardian in
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their middle 60s one is more capable of going on for a couple of years but the other one worn down the goal of the folks that work at the fire boat engine 35 and pier 33 and a half they would to rotate a boat in and out to dry docks leaving us with two roadway there is two the guardian is in dry dock so there is space for two ships two boats but i think we should get on the ball with that and immediately start looking at propose to commissioners we immediately look at our next fire boat we don't want to run into a situation we're building a new city and treasure island eastern part of city
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mission bay and the new arena for warriors we need another fire boat so i'll proposing that that be put on the agenda twooeshg of this one in now according to the folks that will be taking her out a few things to be tweaked in the next 6 months and found out if any modifications that needs to be made for the next fire booty think that to me is top agenda another fire boat to protect our city we need them i'll hope that the commissioners agree with that. >> so thank you, chief that was a great day appreciate you offered the commissioners to go out that was kind of you thank you. >> thank you, commissioner. >> thank you commissioner hardeman the other commissioners will wait until excuse me - the
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report if the administration can you announce that, please madam secretary. >> report from administration report on the administratively distinctions fleet and finance and support services and homeland security and training within the department. >> thank you, welcome chief williams. >> thank you commissioner president covington and fellow commissioners chief gonzales ramon deputy chief the administration and this is my report for july 2016 starting with the assignment office under the captain station 49 will hold their vacant bids torment and the assignment changes are scheduled to become effective in august the departments majority will go
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out in anticipation with the vacancy bid under the homeland sxhurt security the division has been busy since the incident in dallas and orderly and baton rouge the chief attended the conference last month, a study of the attacks in pearce and san bernardino and colorado chief francisco worked on the information regarding the various tactics with heightened reports against services and first responders so we're trying to learn as much as we can and stay ever vigilant and remind the public if you see something say something i'm happy to report no problems
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during the july 4th celebration or during the pride parade under the investigative services bureau champion hunter the bureau continues to conduct backgrounds checks for the updating academy in addition random post accident and drug and alcohol testing for the department of transportation pltsdz i'm happy to report outline results were negative through the departments positions office they continue to send candidates for the department as well as return to work and work-related injury examines the physician office reports 19 related work injuries done if 40 work-related injuries the previous month under support services
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commissioners, that places you under president reports and announcements c lombardi the pump station related at the headquarters is moving along a substantial portion completed by the end of august with full completion estimated at the end of october at this reporting project all are moving forward and on track and station 5 and 16 anticipated to start construction late october at this reporting or during this reporting person one and 16 requests for services were received and processes and as mentioned by the chief gonzales i'm also happy to report as sunday's july 24th the new fire boat was delivered and at this time as commissioner hardeman mentioned the staff at the station 35 will use this time to
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familiarizeism with the new vessel and accounting kings and outfitting it with the necessary equipment prior to placing it in service we anticipate that taking approximately two or three weeks. >> i just want to mention that the boat was funded 2/3rd's by various grants the fema support and the boat costs lovingly $.9 million 8.4 opportunity by federal grants and 3.5 by the city general fund and at this time, i'd like to show a few pictures of boat to the commissioners and the audience. >> on the computer there we go. >> that's fire boat 3 at the station 35
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it's making its way into the bay the beautiful vessel had a opportunities to ride on the vessel that was a beautiful day and commissioner hardeman mentioned the fog stayed at bay we we watched it come in and escorted by another boats in the area that's it leaving seattle under fleet management evaluations of all bias have been compelled and oca is enter into the phase of contract the following apparatus are an order or delivered we have 9 ambulances that have been order
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and engines 8 two rescue squads ordered and delivered later this year and 15 sedans and currently outfitted prior to deliver to the field and two aerial trucks have been ordered under the training are adc as mentioned we currently have the active shooter training in process this is the ems staff has taken the lead on the 8 hours module given to outline members 25 of them have received the training in addition they continue to provide the emt and paramedic training and certification increase in service training the construction of bart is complete and work begun on the muni as part of upcoming transit module
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training we also have begun training specialized training for it in service staff and the training is effected on the y b i and serious skills associated with truck praksdz reaching walls ventilations interior and exterior and operating various tools this training is well received by the members in the field under nert we continue to provide outreach presentations as well as provide available neighborhood in advance training throughout the city to all volunteers. >> and lately as mentioned by chief gonzales our one and 20 recruit academy is in the third weeks ago of testing yes. excuse me. this friday the 6 weeks of their academy we have all 54 recruits
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and this that concludes my report. i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> thank you chief williams it is a good report any public comment on this item? comment on the report from operations? okay public comment is closed. >> and i will go to my fellow commissioners are commissioner nakajo. >> gentlemen. >> (laughter). >> you wanted to rock-paper-scissors. >> you're trying to spread did wealth. >> my system is not working tonight so - >> vice president. >> all right. i'll pull rank thank you chief williams for your report a very good report and upbeat i like that a couple
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of questions the station 16 when will that start did you say in october. >> station 5 and 16 at the end of october. >> this year. >> that's great okay. does everyone know that 16 will happen. >> i thought 16 was early october. >> yeah. moved to the end of october. >> i guess i'll deploy the people in 16 and spread them out or do something with them where do they go. >> station 16 relocated to station 61 and truck 15. >> truck 10. >> roughly half with an place and another place. >> when is this class that is currently being trained when is the graduation.
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>> november 4th friday november 4th. >> that will have reardon. >> that's a good location we have to check the switzerland switzerlacheduling and schedule next class on november 7th but due to changes it will be later on during the month of november looking at the holidays that fall during that most we're taking into consideration and have not an exact date. >> same thing for the next emt class as the. >> the next emt class so according to the chief we're looking at those dates and dates into the holidays we don't dr. an exact date i should have that
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next time. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> thank you commissioner vice president cleaveland and commissioner nakajo. >> thank you, very much. madam president i thank you very much for your comprehensive report chief williams the vice president asked a couple of any questions in terms of the graduation dates of the present class 120 and the projected start of class one 21 in november with the consideration of the holidays and such i want to ask that question maybe i'll refer to the chief but i concern myself with the pressures and the hard work of the training officers if you will perhaps talk about the ratio and schimz may i have chief come up also i know that there is an agreement in terms
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of challenges with the class of one 21 will be the same members of 54. >> yes. good evening chief gonzales and i'm chief we're looking at the same number 54 22 on the list and the remaining from the 46d when we looked at the schedule a few things the holidays to make sure we gave your staff enough change to be ready for the 21st class those are look at it and chief williams and mark corso we should have that date to make sure we go forward. >> i appreciate that as well there is so much pressure within the training officer to have physical health and intersection with the family members apa all the factors with the holidays i know that we gratefully have
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been on a challenge with the numbers of classes that we've had so this fiscal year excuse me - calendar year of 2017 did next class will be around november tfa may i ask the class of 22 the following year of 2017 is it still mr. corso needs to be involved a rash of two classes or other issues. >> we're pretty in fact, we're pretty much through 2017 set to go non-stop through the end of 2018 with the hiring with really no more than two or three weeks between each class. >> to interpret that to the commissioners and the statement does that mean 2 classes of 2017 or 3 classes. >> i believe 2 classes per
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yeah two classes per year. >> two classes per year to 2018 that is four classes in the books to occur. >> yes and when it was originally charged for two classes the commission remembers we were at 12 weeks now 20 weeks. >> i appreciate that as well as the team for ac god's man and is commissioners in terms of modifying the calendar in the length of time for a comprehensive nature of the training tide into the state reminded as well as our own curriculum just want to ask the question after 2018 what happens. >> i think after 2018 it will be determined if there are the number we need and if any additional classes as far as the
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division of training we're committed to the curriculum and the state fracture curriculum for not just the class but to the instructors and will see that i think mr. corso might add something if i may mr. corso. >> good evening mark corso just to clarify we have working closely with the mayor's office a public safety plan through 2020 i believe so up through 2018 we were looking two classes per year and then with the addition of the federal grant to add another one with the extension to 20 weeks as chief mentioned we're working with scheduling certain a variety of factors beyond 2018 we're schedule for one academies every year that year is not part of
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budget process yet working with the mayor's office we'll be reevaluating whether this our staffing needs and one turns both 2 those are in instant review during the process. >> okay mr. corso just as a point of information i introduced counting is the mayor sill in office anothers 2018. >> i think see, yes. >> there is a negotiated contingency plan over 2018 mr. corso. >> currently the mayor's hiring plan is through 2020 so for the 19 and 20 currently at the commitment in the mayor's office is one academy per year that will be reevaluated annually. >> i appreciate this information definitely for the members of the audience and
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taking this information after 2018 are our numbers of the department going to be satisfactory there is some concern they're under staffed in terms of our operation and making sure that of personnel mr. corso. >> absolutely we look at that all the time two does the hires and the planning proposition we anticipate closer to 2018 based on the demographics a spike in retirements for sure and seen a lower number in the recent years but we will have more members closer to full retirement eligibility and anticipate those numbers increasing but the ramped up hire we're beginning in the middle of as chief lombardi mentioned a continue process for the train we anticipate still increasing overall staffing. >> i appreciate that mr. corso and chief williams somewhere
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along the lines the aging of the population of your members will be - >> really quick we recognize that has a department within the training distinction we are concentrating on quite a bit the in service group that really is the senior firefighters in the department who have the most experience we're putting them out and working them with the younger members daily in their areas and they're first fire alarm and the building they respond to and maybe not in a book but a commitment to get that information we personally have may be able only two or three more years but doing everything we can to get that into the fold. >> i'm fwhad because of the experience within the department i know this ratio of retirement will occur but the expertise
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will retire as well i look at the field offices and a lot of expertise in all the years when those presentations occur in the matter of san francisco is a unique nature thank you very much chief chief williams one more question in terms of this i want to refer to chief gonzales chiefs report congratulations on the fire built thank you for the pictures unfortunately, i was not able to get up as early as some commissioners to have that great experience but sometimes you navigate and as a president i wind up on a government channel but a presentation to the port commission it happened to be about the fire boat station and our capacity it was really interesting i almost stated past the hour to
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gather information and wonder by my wife not the time to accommodate data that was interesting i assume dhmd we'll have the same report to the commission about bulk stations so again, i'm grateful we have boats where we'll have it fashioned is something i've heard it is that correct. >> i'll have chief lombardi answer that. >> yeah. so i was actually at the meeting and we gave a meeting to the port commission we're trying to right now redo pier 26 which is the long pier next to 22 and a half and the idea would be to move our 3 fire boats to pier 26 then tear down the current pier behind the firehouse and redo a new peer
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pier and firehouse the whole time anticipate the members staying in the current firehouse and the engines and redoing a new structure out back over the water and the boats will be stored at pier 26 the phase one will be pier 26 we're striving to get done right away and can give you that presentation when you see fit to put it on the agenda. >> i'd like to refer to the madam president and it is an interesting detail and two more items part of the package i'm not sure if that's your area chief williams but again those of you who are referring to it i'm not going to spent a lot of time not agendize but interested in this even though it is a
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draft you can get our teeth in i read it 3 times already interesting areas for myself go one expanded goal one at the top in terms of the services for medical delivery and section in here about staffing and culture of leadership it happens to be the areas i'm keenly interested in not a budget area mr. corso i saw areas that is something about review maybe at some point, when appropriate may be able to get this you know this is a comment and again mr. corso not my favorite subject in this scenario specifically and last week for chief gonzales said we have an opportunity to greet the booty intelligent back i'm in
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caramel and i go to caramel in california it is goes country california it is but unfortunately, we burns had fires and those individuals that down in caramel i got 3 folks from my friends within the area do you know that the sfrepd is responding they went by me and going fast to the area of the fire and you can't tell me we gotten other reports how important for us to adhere and go out there and chief gonzales the amount of rigs and request not once been 3 times to be up there is very, very important we all deal with fires but a whole nature of fires and the times we spent down there basic
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things changed like smoke in the air i can't breathe and we'll that is this weekend he heard about 20 percent controlled i'm really grateful our department responses and goes out there and makes a difference and maybe adjourn madam president in the member of the individual that lost the next thing i know his life in the fire. >> i don't have hi name but in spirited outlet of that intention i want to thank the fire department and the members for going out there and fighting this fire thank you madam president. >> thank you commissioner nakajo. >> well, i definitely am excited about the new fire boat and am so glad that everyone was
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able to see at any fires meeting 4 years ago i heard we were not getting that fire boat but able to get this one and you know just the fact that $8.4 million comes from the federal government the grants is wonderful and again emphasize how important it is for us to have a grant writer so that we can you know respond to the request for proposals for grants so i know that chokz has many, many things to deal with so if we can get a person that is designated the designated
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person the designated grant writer that will be all to the good i want to thank everyone that worked on getting the fire boat money, getting the testing on the new fire boat, and also i want to acknowledge the hard work that former assistant chief excuse me - deputy chief guzman tricked to that over an extend period of time so, yeah for the fire boat and the fire boat everyone received a list of the potential names and when the chief of the department returns we'll have a meeting to select the names from one of the school children that selected the names that will be a fun task so
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concerning the fire the strike team that is now out fighting the fire this fire season has begun actually on the same day of the year that last year's fire season began i think this will be horrendous because we're drier then we were as state one of the things i want to make sure that we have on our next agenda i know that is coming up next is a mutual aid and how the san francisco fire department handles wide land fire we're an urban department they don't think of us as wide land firefighting having wildland capitalizations but one and
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thirty members of the department that are trained and certified in wildlands fires to we want to explore that a little bit more so that everyone in the city has an opportunity to hear about the continued great work that is done and to you know update if at all necessary maturing mutually a policy thank you very much fewer presentation. >> thank you commissioner president covington i wanted to add the acknowledgment of former ray guzman for hard work it's still near and dear to my heart to his heart i want to acknowledge the delivery the fire boat thank you for doing that. >> thank you, again chief williams.
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>> i'd like to. >> offering commissioner michael hardeman has. >> thank you madam president we're on the fire boat so in 1990 with vancouver sent down fire boat number 2 the name like the fire boat is fire boat 3 this we have a naming but the 6-year-old christopher's smith my parish picked the name guardian it was deceiving his father with a san francisco firefighter so anyone (laughter). >> i had this information from the guardian group i thought i'd share that. >> getting back to you're wonderful report and the equipment when was the last time they have a rescue vehicle it's
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been a while so, anyway. >> to have those to new ones is fantastic and all the other ones 0 the other thing that olivia i don't know if olivia is in the room but olivia had to walk the halls and talk to the supervisors and is mayor we were lucky to get her, she had the background in how it works so i think getting her at this time we had office space so much good things going having someone to make the argument helped the rest of the staff really think they can't be forgotten and 798 has to be congratulated a lot of give and take where the money is spread but number one the mayor i was appointed last month i
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have 4 more years to go i have to be nice but is mayor did it he had to work with the board of supervisors that didn't necessarily like him not only does he have to help us get it to where it needs to be been you political strategy to block the mayor so the board of supervisors wonderful mayor wonderful and everyone deserves a put pat on the back and chief you're worried about the instructors our staff has been working to the backing bone and people watching this think this the training these firefighters is a cake and very, very hard and the instructors are hard to get to take the job in the first
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place with all the classes working themselves to death i hope you get our time off around the holidays and schedule it for yourselves not the students but best for you and our instructors thank you very much. >> thank you, chief. >> thank you, commissioners and commissioner hardeman all right. any final fine comments >> all right. thank you are any public comment on this item? come to the platform at this time already public comment is closed. >> item 7 agenda for next fire commission on august 10, 2016. >> thank you, madam secretary as and already said i think that will be a good idea to have a discussion about the mutual aid
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and wildland fire sighting and also do commissioners feel they're ready to respond to the draft of this strategic plan it sounds commissioner nakajo is definitely ready. >> okay. good commissioner hardeman >> yes. madam chair i've been attending those meetings as a say a fly on the wall i came in after a couple of meetings the committee did an outstanding job it sounds like good a couple of people that changed their position that's one of the leaders of the group that stalled the final documents but i think that is getting close. >> great this is a good time to chime in while it is still in its draft configuration all right. that he commissioner nakajo you wanted to the same presentation that was given to
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the port commission. >> not at that time. >> madam president i made mention probably not because and i think we have items on that and chief lombardi invited on that impromptu 20 to enough information for the reference the point is that the presentation will come up i'll wait for your discretion chief lombardi when you think that is helpful for us i wanted to touch on that we were talking about the fire boat. >> commissioner hardeman and commissioner vice president cleaveland any items for the next agenda. >> this is a pretty heavy agenda item talking about the
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grand juror report we'll need to devolve into in some detail as the san francisco fire department and fairly important criticisms and some important recommendations in that grand juror report we need a conversation about that i know the chef former wrote a response but the commission should weigh in as well as i want to agendize it but there's a deadline we have to respond i'm not sure what that deadline is. >> not until the end of september. >> but maybe the the meeting after the next one. >> oh, i think that it would be good to do it at the next meeting is so detailed we might want to talk about things and form an action plan so that will
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give us time. >> very well. >> thank you madam president. >> thank you. any other items there acting chief of the department. >> i'd like to address when you mentioned the grant writing i appreciate the job that the assistant deputy chief he has a lot of hats and i brought up before to the chief and actually president o'connor we have people that retired that were very good at writing grants and some would be interested in coming back this is something we may want to look at in the future. >> very good, very good okay. thank you public comment? going once, going twice. okay public comment is closed. and at this time i will entertain a motion to adjourn >> so moved. >> all right. we are hereby
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adjourned thank you all >> hello, i am with the recreation and parks department. we are featuring the romantic park location in your backyard. this is your chance to find your heart in santa and cisco with
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someone special. -- san francisco with someone special. our first look out is here at buena vista park, a favorite with couples and dog walkers. both have a significant force. a refreshing retreat from urban life. the romantic past that meander up and down the park under pines and eucalyptus. hang out in this environment and you might see butterflies it, fennel, and then the lines. -- dandelions. is ada accessible. public transit is plentiful.
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we have conquered the steps, we have watched the dogs, and we have enjoyed a beautiful view. this is a place to take someone special on a romantic stroll and enjoyed a beautiful look out. welcome to corona heights located in the heart of this district. it offers a view of the downtown skyline, the bay bridge, and the east bay. it is one of the best kept secrets in the city. it is hardly ever crowded. on any given day, you will run into a few locals. , bought a 37 bus to get there without any parking worries. for legged friends can run freely. there is also a patch of grass for the small box. >> it is a great place. it is a wonderful place to have
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these kinds of parks. that dog owners appreciate it. >> take time to notice of the wildfires that are on the grassland and keep your head out on the lookout for hawks and other bird life. be sure to take your camera and be prepared to take a view of the city will not forget. it has a beautiful red rock formations. you could watch the sunrise over the bay. this is another one of our great lookouts. we are at mount davidson. 928 feet. this is the place for you to bring someone special. to not forget that dogs and enjoy all of the pathways and greenery that surrounds you. it provides a peaceful oasis of
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open space and great hiking trails. the spectacular view offers a perfect place to watch the sunrise or sunset with someone you love. >> it is a good place to get away from the hectic life of the city. come up here and listen to nature, i get some fresh air. that view is fantastic. >> where sturdy shoes. hikers get the feeling of being in a rain forest. mount davidson is also a great place to escape the noise and the bustle of the city. take the 36 bus and it will drop you at the entrance. it is quite a hike to the top but the view is worth every step. this is the place to bring that someone special.
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golden gate park's largest body of water is an enchanting place. is a popular spot for paddling around in boats, which can be rented. created in 1893, it was designed for these your boating -- for leisure boating. it is named for the wild strawberries that once flourished. there is also a waterfall, two bridges, and trails the climb to the summit, the highest point at more than four hundred feet. you can catch glimpses of the western side of the city that make this hilltop a romantic
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look out. for public transit, i take the n train. the lad the ad -- lake is ada accessible. watch many ducks, swans, and siegel's. -- seagulls. it is a great place to stroll and sail away. many couples come here to take a ride around a lake, going under the bridges, passing the chinese pavilion and the waterfall. for a quiet getaway, making for a memorable and magical experience. located on 19th avenue, this growth is the place to where you're hiking boots, bring the
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family and the dog because it has so much to offer you and your loved ones. it is a truly hidden gem in the city. the park is rich with eucalyptus trees. long paths allow you to meander, perfect for a dog walking in a wooded environment. >> i enjoy the history. the diversity of nature that exists in such an urban city, concrete streets, cars, we have this oasis of the natural environment. it reminds us of what the history was. >> there is a section for dogs and plenty of parking. transit is available on the 28 bus to get you very easily. the part is ada -- park is ada accessible.
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it is also a natural lake. this is your chance to stroll around the lake and let the kids run free. it also has many birds to watch. it is a place to find and appreciate what you -- a wonderful breath of fresh air. come and experience in this park and enjoy the people, picnics, and sunshine. this is a lovely place to take a stroll with your loved ones. in the middle of pacific heights, on top of these hills, it offers a great square, a peaceful beauty, large trees and grass and greenery. it features tables and benches, a playground, restaurants, and tennis courts. there are plenty of areas for
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football and picnics. it is very much a couple's park. there are many activities you can experience together. stroll on the pathways, bring your dog, or just picnic at one of the many tables and enjoy all that it has to offer together. many couples find this is a perfect park to throw down a blanket and soak up the sun. it is a majestic place that you can share with someone you chairs. lafayette park is also easily accessed from the 47, 49, and 90 buses. it is ada accessible. we are here at the historic palace of fine art in the marina district.
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originally built for the 1950's exposition, the palace is situated on san francisco's number waterfront. it is ada accessible and is reached by the 28, 30, and 91 bus lines. set against the reflecting waters of the lagoon and eucalyptus trees, the palace is one of san francisco post most -- san francisco's most romantic spots to relax with that special someone while listening to the water and gazing at the swans. a beautiful to view from many locations along the mattoon, an ideal place to -- all -- lagoon, an ideal place to walk with a
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loved one. reservations for weddings are available at discarding contains plants referred to by william shakespeare's plays and poems. welcome to the shakespeare garden here in the famous golden gate park. located near the museum and the california academy of sciences, the garden was designed by the california spring blossom and wildfilower association. here is a truly enchanting and tranquil garden along a path behind a charming gate. this garden is the spot to woo your date. stroll around and appreciate its
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unique setting. the gorgeous brick walkway and a brick wall, the stone benches, the rustic sundial. chaired the part -- share the bard's word hundred famous verses from a shakespearean plays. this is a gem to share with someone special. pack a picnic, find a bench, and enjoy the sunshine, and let the whimsical words of william shakespeare and floats you and your loved one away. this is one of the most popular wedding locations and is available for reservations. take a bus and have no parking worries. shakespeares' garden is ada accessible. located at the bottom of this hill, it is a secret garden with an infinite in captivating appeal.
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carefully tucked away, it makes the top of our list for most intimate pyknic setting. avoid all taurus cars and hassles by taking a cable car. or the 30, 45, or 91 bus. the garden was designed by thomas church in 1957. grow old with me, the best is yet to be is inscribed on a sundial. it is anchored by twin white gazebos and flowers that bloom year-round. this is the place to tell someone special or the place to declare the commitment you two share. weddings and the event reservations are available for
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this adorable hidden gem. we know there are many other romantic parks in san francisco. we hope you have enjoyed this torre of lookouts, picnics, and strolls that are available every day. until next time, do not forget to get out and play. for more information about reserving one of these romantic locations or any other location, call 831-5500. this number is best for special events, weddings, picnics, and the county fair buildings. or for any athletic field, call 831-5510. you can write us at -- or walk in and say hello.
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>>[gavel] > good afternoon and welcome to the city of san francisco public utilities commission regular meeting. i would like to call the san francisco public utilities commission regular meeting of july 26, 2016 to order. mdm. sec., please call the roll. >> commissioner moller caen >> here. >> commissioner courtney >> here. >> commissioner kwon >> here. >> here. >> pres. vietor. >> and commissioner moran is expected shortly.
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>>next item is>>item 3 is approval of the minutes from the july 12, 2016 meeting. >>i have a motion and a second. minutes of been approved. >>your wholesale customers last year were about 36 gallons per day which was very low. that's
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about half of what the wholesale customers use on average in less than six times what city shoes. the contract is limited. so limited that they don't know that they can approve the development projects within the community. last week thecity approved a moratorium project because they can't guarantee enough water. i want to be clear it's not about the availability of water there is plenty availability within wholesale costs here but i seems unfair and on a and for years the system that they have been in, and we have been in and it needs to be fixed and as a result theaffordable
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housing is on the back burner in east palo alto. i'm hoping that you folks can work with boston and others to fix the situation thank you. >>thank you. we received quite a bit of testimony and a lot of letters from the east palo alto community in support of the issue that you have raised to try to address the water allocation issue. we have directed our staff to move forward as quickly as possible to find some resolutions to these issue because we want to make palo alto hole and make sure the sticks. >>also we have a trip to meet with some officials >>that is right we have a trip to meet with some officials and tour palo alto and meet with the commissioner's. thank you, any other public comment or
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general, comment? seeing none pleaseitem 5 is communications. >>we only really of two slides
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we see that hetch hetchy is about 200 or 300 feet and were seeing this will come down throughout the summer and were meeting that demand with the two treatment plants down here and the water bank is about 73% so we're still in a decent position regarding the storage but obviously, we did not fill up and that is why we are calling for a 10% reduction in demand by all of our customers. then, my second slide is the one that is deliveries. that is the one that really is changing during this time of year. as you can see, it appears that the demand is starting to flatten out the summer. i just saw the report for last week and it was down another 3 1/2 million gallons
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per day about 200 or 300 feet and were seeing this will come down throughout the summer and were meeting that demand with the two treatment plants down here and the water bank is about 73% so we're still in a decent position regarding the storage but obviously, we did not fill up and that is why we are calling for a 10% reduction in demand by all of our customers. then, my second slide is the one that is deliveries. that is the one that really is changing during this time of year. as you can see, it appears that the demand is starting to flatten out the summer. i just saw the report for last week and it was down another 3 1/2 million gallons per day to about two 22 million gallons per day and demand is kind of leveled off during the summer and it is well below the 10% reduction dash line that is on there. again, our customers are still conserving water which is good and our storage is seeming relatively good right now so basically we are going to just ride out the rest of the summer and probably not see much change in any of these things until we get into october or november. so, i would recommend potentially altering the frequency of the reports until we get a into a season where these things would start to happen again in less we get into a change in which we would report that to the commission and that is all thatwe have today. >>i would be fine with that. >>me and the commissioners of what the consumption levels are and keeping track.see if there is any slippage on that that we
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know about and we can address it >>at this point i think we should put a memo into the communications further? >>and when is that? >>october? >>october. >>any public comment on the draft report. >> good afternoon michael himes i will be speaking on behalf of the power sf programs and be providing an update of our operations forkind enrollments and plans underway for future enrollment.clean power sf
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continues to serve we are in our 13th week of service and now there are about 7000 commercial accounts and about 400 a residential. as of the beginning of this week the opt out rate for the amine enrollment was 1.6%. the last time that we were here we reported 1.7% opt out rate. so a 10% update. i believe we build every customer that was enrolled in may by this time. the super green participation
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rate is currently 3% that was the same that it was the last time that we reported. i wanted to state that we continue to promote the super green offering and we will be sending outa notice soon for existing customers to encourage their friends and neighbors to sign up as well. we will also be doing an advertising campaign in the fall to educate and specifically to promote the super green enrollment in the auto enrollment areas that we will be serving. can forward to our next enrollment we have 551 customers signed up for the august enrollment period last month ms. hale reported that it
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was 497 so we've had 54 new sign-ups in the last couple of weeks. customers and they are super green and 28% are super green and we are also finalizing our notice for the next enrollment period and we have worked at a little bit differently this time so thatit still informs customers of the terms and conditions of services that were trying to pemphasis on super green to encourage and opt up. we have also launched a bill calculator on the clean power sf website. and, that is available for both green and super green rates. i'd like to thank sfpuc it staff for making that happen in a short order.
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we are also helpinghave .customers understand their utility bill and enroll customers started to understand all bill and rate omparison as mandated by sb 790. the comparison shows average rates for residential and commercial customers and provides a comparison of the average, monthly bill.. staff is also in the midst of procuring additionalto meet approximately
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30. during planning, assumed a 30% opt out rate that due to the opt out they were seeing we are considering a 20 megawatt reduction megawatt reduction in the fall. what you we viewing later today will allow clean power sf to meet our program policy objectives and regulatory requirements consistent with the commission adopted business practice policies. action also set a new limit on the initial
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size of the program to approximately 75 mw average. this would allow clean power sf to continue to enroll customers to sign up for the program until the next auto enrollment is established this would allow the program to an additional 50 to 20 mw of demand and we expect that to come in in the form of small, periodic enrollments that serve customer enrollments. so not like massive for trying to provide for customers in the fall. we are preparing a growth plan to identify all options to expain
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cleanpower sf service citywide and were working to have that program completed by the end of the year. >> if the first phase is expanded beyond the 50, this action is intended to allow clean power sf to procure short-term supplies to meet our customer demand and not delegate authority over multi-year supply commitments which we would intend to bring to the commission.. which we would bring to the commission. furthermore any supply commitments under this authority would be done in a manner consistent with the
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power enterprise existing trading and risk management policy and the business policy that was created and opted in december. then finally, related to this action today i wanted to express that now that program is actually operating and not in launch planning mode we realize that it would be beneficial to come back to the commission, again, likely in the next couple of months to layout authority delegated to the manager to meet its policy objectives and regulatory requirements and act at a pace to take advantage of cost-effective supplies that we see on the market. but again,, bringing again to the commission large supply contracts and multi-year supply contracts distant with what we've done so
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far. and, that does conclude my report. i just wanted to show you what the bill comparison looks like an any of you that are cleanpower sf should be seeing me soon. >>i got mine. it looks great. >>could you please pass it around? >>sure. >>commissioners do you have any questions? >>i have one question. anybody that signs up by the first will be included in what,november?>>that is right. >>and anyone that is interested should sign up? >>yes, please sign up and encourage your friends to sign up too. >>i think it is great news and i think that we will talk about it when we talk about the resolution again but i'm thrilled that 75 is on the table appreciate the staff and all of the effort that has gotten us this far. and, i am
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pleased that in the next couple of months we will get more from you from the power agreements authority. i would like to understand better how it's going to affect the rollout of the program overall and the different components and how they will fit and i know it's a moving target but i don't know how that will affect the local buildout schedule or the financial and revenue picture is so if you could continue to feed us the information as you get it in real time and i think that is ambitious just keep us informed in what the implications are that we stay ahead of it and if we need support from a policy perspective please let us know. >>that is great. thank you. >>our super green is 100% wind? >>it is 100% wind as of now.
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>>it actually changes. >>so yeah, our super green product will evolve as we employee additional products over time. in the distant future i think we will see a lot more solar, mostly because solar represents the new resource opportunity and development opportunity it's also the most competitive from a cost standpoint today. what we had to do for this program was to execute a contract with an operating resource and it turned out that wind energy was the most competitive operating resource available to us. >>so, the 30 we are involved in now what is the composition of
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that renewable? >>all of the renewable supplies that we are using today are 100% renewables we are also receiving supplies from hetch hetchy and also from the natural gas and electricity through our combine process as well. >>where we using the hydro? it is ours. >> that combined with the lower oi opt out rate will
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incorporate into our portfolio and to utilize the patch had she resource in the clean power resource. >> so, this is a commitment that we have made and also based on the information of the contracts that we've had executed. that will be trued up in next year's report to customers. it will be a historical summary of our power content actually is delivered in 2016so staff is working very hard to make sure that pans out.
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>>okay thank you. >>any other questions or comments? >>i have a comment. >>i just want to say again that the work that you are doing is pretty amazing and also given all of the background that we have had i know we deal mostly with the workforce. i did have a conversation with jason earlier today. i still want to stay very much on top of the employment items and staffing and whatnot as we go down that road just so we have a kind of deliberate- not necessarily conversation but that we just keep touching on that as we go. but, even materials they think are impressive and i think it's a job well done up into this point. >>thank you very much and on that point, i want to emphasize, or clarify, that the staffing- the staff resourcing
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will be a major part of our growth plan because we need to have strong staffing to meet the needs of this program and meet the needs as we expand citywide's and to make sure that it meets all the comprehensive needs ofour service and that will be part of the conversations we will have as we develop that plan throughout the year. >>and also to actually identify resources and positions to cca as we roll out the program. >>thank you very much. any public comments? >> jason fried,executive
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officer for san francisco lascaux. we just had rain forest network encouraging them to join super green so there's a lot of buzz and effort out there to get folks into the super green projects. that is what we want to get everyone into. were very excited when we get them into supporting the program as well. hopefully over the next few weeks or months we will see those emails but if you are not on their email list you won't get those emails but if you are you will get that type of female. i am also happy to hear the working towards expanding the program and seeing how we get the program enrolled in a quicker way i think going from 50 to 75
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is a very positive way to go. i don't see them getting up to 75 because the policies in place that will keep them from getting to that 75 number right away i think it's a good step in the right direction instead scaling back to residential just figuring out how to get that same amount of numbers while building more into this mix. the staff has figured out how to address that and get some of the hetch hetchy power to help supplement the needs your water team will tell you that you never know if next year will be a drought are not. you never know if you have that drought
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have that energy available. i think that your staff is an excellent job and i congratulate them on doing so. >>tany other public comments on this item? thank you.anything else from the general manager? >>next item is theall matters listed hereunder constitute a consent calendar, are considered to be routine by the san francisco public utilities commission, and will be acted upon by a single vote of the commission. there will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the commission or the public so requests, in which event the matter will be removed from the calendar and considered as a separate item. 8a,approve amendment no. 1 to agreement no. cs-1007, structural engineering services for 525 golden gate, with soha engineers for continued structural engineering support during construction of building modifications; and authorize the general manager to execute
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this amendment, increasing the agreement by $60,000, for a total not-to-exceed agreement amount of $160,000, and with a time extension of one year, for a total agreement duration of four years. (how) b) award job order contractno.
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joc-60.approve amendment no. 1
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to general engineering (a-license) for san francisco, san mateo, santa clara, and alameda counties, for a not-to-exceed amount of $5,000,000, to the lowest, qualified, responsible, and responsive bidder, cal state consto