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Southeast Community Facility Commission


WEDNESDAY, March 27, 2002
6:00 P.M.
1800 Oakdale Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124

I.          Call to Order:

          Commission President Millard Larkin called the Wednesday, March 27, 2002 meeting to order at 6:16 p.m. in the Alex L. Pitcher Community Room at 1800 Oakdale Ave.

III.          Roll Call:

          Present:                     Commissioner Bobbrie Brown
                                        Commissioner Heidi Hardin
                                        Commission Millard Larkin II
                                        Commissioner Malik Looper
                                        Commissioner Enola Maxwell
                                        Commissioner Atiliai Tofaeono

          Not Present:          Commissioner Kim Nguyen

          Staff Present:          Robert Bryan, Dep. City Attorney; Toye Moses, Executive Director;
                                        Kathy Basconcillo, SECF Commission Secretary

IV.          Approval of Minutes:

Commissioner Hardin moved and Commissioner Brown seconded to accept the minutes of Thursday, February 14, 2002. Motion passed to accept the minutes with minor changes.

V.          Public Comment: No public comment was offered at this meeting.

VI.          Communications:
a)          Letter of Congratulations and Invitation to newly-elected City Attorney Dennis Herrera;
b)          Rescind request to use space in the facility: Bay Area Youth Accountability Board;
c)          Letter from J. Morrison requesting additional Decorative Plant information;
d)          Congratulations letter to Louise Jones upon her retirement from the SFUSD;
e)          Decorative Plant Service: 4th Quarter (2001) New Hire Report;
f)           Letter to David Ligett, Director CCSF/Facilities and Planning re: future project notification
g)          Invitation to sit on Police Interview Panel (mailed to Commissioners);
h)          Letter to Pat Martel, GM/SFPUC declaring state of emergency due to elevators situation.

VII.          Director's Report:
a)          Director Moses has met with the District 10 Supervisor Sophie Maxwell, who chairs the Board of Supervisor's Budget Committee;
b)          The Commission web site ( is current with agenda and minute postings; memo has been sent to the Webmaster's office and we await a response.

Commissioner Hardin moved and Commissioner Maxwell seconded to accept the Director's Report. Motion passed

VIII.          Introduction of New Business:
          Commissioner Looper suggested inviting Supervisor Gavin Newsom to speak to the Community regarding homelessness reform and Commissioner Brown suggested inviting the homeless community through special outreach efforts (invitations to Community-based organizations and the faith community/churches;
          Commissioner Brown also suggested re-inviting Providence Foundation to update the Commission/Community regarding the senior housing project through co-chairs Wise and Blanding.
          Director Moses informed the Commission that Capt. PJ Jackson will attend the Weds., April 24 meeting to accept her commendation from the Commission;
          Dr. Moses also suggested inviting the new Bayview Police Station Capt. Mike Puccinelli to introduce himself to the Community and explain his plans and goals during his tenure.
          As a point of information, Dr. Moses explained that the Quarterly New Hire Report submitted by Decorative Plant Services would be discussed at the new Commission meeting (April 11).

IX.          Announcements:
          Commissioner Hardin announced the Second Annual field trip to the Shipyard will be held on April 3 for over 350 local elementary and middle school students;
          Commissioner Looper congratulated Commissioner Tofaeono on his birthday; the Commission wished him well and many more;
          Commissioners were reminded that a schedule of this year's Commission meetings was enclosed in their packets;
          Commissioner Larkin thanked each Commissioner that met individually with him before the Commission meeting to revisit/reaffirm their commitment for the smooth operation of a new Southeast Community Facility Commission that will run efficient and effective Commission meetings. Commissioner Brown agreed with the concept of a new efficient and effective Southeast Community Facility Commission; however, requested that the chair to take into consideration Commissioner's work schedule when scheduling Committee meetings.

X.          Adjournment:

Commissioner Hardin moved and Commissioner Brown seconded to adjourn the SECFCommission meeting at 6:44 p.m.

Respectfully submitted: _________________________
                               (Commission Secretary)