San Francisco


Police Code - Acceptance of Cash by Brick-and-Mortar Businesses

Ordinance amending the Police Code to require, in general, that brick-and-mortar businesses accept payment in cash in connection with the purchase of goods and services other than professional services.

Hearing - Open Air Drug Dealing - Tenderloin, Mid-Market, and South of Market

Hearing on the City's response to open air drug dealing in the Tenderloin, Mid-Market, and South of Market; and requesting the Police Department, District Attorney, Public Defender, Sheriff, Adult Probation Department, Public Works, Department of Public Health, and Office of Economic and Workforce Development to report.

Hearing - Police Department General Orders - Public Release of Private Information

Hearing on the Police Department's general orders governing the public release of private information; and requesting the Police Department and City Attorney to report.

Supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 362 (Eggman, Wiener, Friedman) - Three-Year Pilot Program for Supervised Drug Consumption

Resolution supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 362, introduced by Assembly Member Susan Eggman, authored by Senator Scott Wiener and co-authored by Assembly Member Laura Friedman, creating a three-year pilot program allowing San Francisco to implement an overdose prevention program through the operation of overdose prevention sites.

Petitions and Communications

Petitions and Communications received from April 8, 2019, through April 15, 2019, for reference by the President to Committee considering related matters, or to be ordered filed by the Clerk on April 23, 2019. Personal information that is provided in communications to the Board of Supervisors is subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act and the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance. Personal information will not be redacted. From the Office of the Mayor, pursuant to Charter, Sec...

Waiver of Banner Fee - Retroactive - Office of Economic and Workforce Development - Shop & Dine in the 49 Campaign

Ordinance retroactively waiving the banner fees under Public Works Code, Section 184.78, for the placement of up to 300 banners per year, for three years, by the Office of Economic and Workforce Development to publicize the City’s “Shop & Dine in the 49” campaign, beginning on November 20, 2018; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.

Supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 392 (Weber and McCarty) - California Act to Save Lives: Incorporating Police Best Practices

Resolution supporting California State Assembly Bill No. 392, introduced by Assembly Members Shirley Weber and Kevin McCarty, co-authored by Assembly Members Chris Holden and Mark Stone, and California State Senators Steven Bradford and Holly Mitchell, California Act to Save Lives: incorporating policing best practices that authorizes police officers to use deadly force only when it is necessary to prevent imminent and serious bodily injury or death and to require de-escalation methods whenever...

Appropriating $398,561 in Fire Service Fees - De-Appropriation and Re-Appropriation - Expenditures of $5,750,492 - Supporting Increased Overtime and Professional Services Expenditures - FY2018-2019

Ordinance appropriating $398,561 to overtime in the Fire Department, de-appropriating $5,750,492 from permanent salaries, mandatory fringe benefits, and capital projects, and appropriating $5,750,492 to overtime and professional services in the Sheriff’s Department, and to overtime in the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, in order to support the Departments’ projected increases in overtime as required per Administrative Code, Section 3.17; this Ordinance requires a two-thirds vote o...

Hearing - Impacts of Expected Initial Public Offerings of San Francisco Based Companies

Hearing on the impacts of multiple San Francisco based companies reportedly planning to hold initial public offerings in the near future, including impacts on business tax revenue, housing costs, and gentrification; and requesting the Controller, Treasurer and Tax Collector, and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development to report.

Mayoral Appointment, Public Utilities Commission - Tim Paulson

Motion approving the Mayor's appointment of Tim Paulson to the Public Utilities Commission, for a term ending August 1, 2020.