Meetings - March 19, 2020 - Agenda
San Francisco Commission of
Animal Control & Welfare
Thursday, March 19, 2020
City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102-4689
**THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED BASED ON THE ADVISORY FROM THE SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH**
Nina Irani; Russell Tenofsky; Michael Angelo Torres; Annemarie Fortier; Jane Tobin; Bunny Rosenberg; Brian Van Horn, DVM; Lisa Wayne, RPD; John Skeel, ACC; Officer Ryan Crockett, SFPD
Mailing Address: City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 362
San Francisco, CA 94102
Commission Voicemail: (415) 554-6074
Commission Chairperson: Nina Irani
(Note: Public comment will be taken on each item after it is introduced to the Commission. Following public comment, the Commission may further discuss and vote on the item if it is an action item.)
1. Call to Order and Roll Call [Action Item]
2. General Public Comment [Discussion Item] Members of the public may address the Commission with comments on items within the Commission’s jurisdiction other than items on the agenda at the beginning or end of the meeting, but not both.
3. Approval of Draft Minutes from the February 2020 Meeting [Discussion/Action Item]
4. Chairperson’s and Commissioners’ Reports [Discussion Item] Commissioners’ reports regarding recent activities in the community involving animal issues that have been discussed by the Commission in the past.
5. New Business
A. California Shelter Animal Grant [Discussion/Action Item] [Commissioner Tobin] The Commission will discuss support for a proposed $50 million dollar investment in homeless animals and shelters.
6. Old Business
A. Euthanasia Protocol at SF Animal Care and Control [Discussion/Action Item] [Commissioner Tenofsky] The Commission will discuss ACC protocols for when euthanasia is advised and an ordinance codifying the protocols.
B. Feral Cat Management Policy [Discussion Item] [Commissioner Irani] An ongoing discussion of changes to Animal Care & Control’s feral cat management policy.
C. Commission Governance [Discussion Item] [Commissioners Irani/Torres/Tobin] Updates regarding efforts to secure oversight and update the Commission’s administration and website.
7. General Public Comment [Discussion Item] Members of the public may address the Commission with comments on items within the Commission’s jurisdiction other than the items on the agenda at the beginning or end of the meeting, but not both.
8. Items to be put on the Calendar for Future Commission Meetings [Discussion Item]
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Documents for Public Inspection: Any documents related to an item on this agenda that are distributed to the Commission will be available for public inspection at the Commission website within 72 hours of the meeting.