City and County of San FranciscoSan Francisco Arts Commission

January 11, 2010

Civic Design Review Committee - January 11, 2010

January 11, 2010

Monday, January 11, 2010
3:00 p.m.
25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 70


  1. Boeddeker Park and Clubhouse
    Phase 1
    Mary Muszynski, Project Manager, Trust for Public Land,
    Brian Milman, WRNS Studio
  2. Bayview Opera House
    Phase 1 and 2
    Judy Nemzoff, Program Director, SFAC
    Rommel Taylor, Architectural Associate, DPW BOA
  3. Chinese Recreation Center
    Phase 3
    (Phase 1 approved October 20, 2008, Phase 2 reviewed May 18, 2009, Phase 2 approved with contingencies June 15, 2009, contingencies removed 9/21/09)
    Mary Hobson, Project Director, Recreation and Park Department
    Fara Perez, Architectural Associate, DPW BOA
  4. Mission Pool and Playground Renovation
    Phase 2
    (Phase 1 approved 10/19/09)
    Meghan Tiernan, Project Manager, Recreation and Park Department
    Andrew Maloney, Architect, DPW BOA
    Edward Chin, Landscape Architect, DPW BOE
  5. Crystal Springs Control Building
    Phase 1 and 2
    (Phase 1 and 2 reviewed 11/16/09)
    Tasso Mavroudis, Project Director, PUC
    Paul De Freitas, Architectural Associate, DPW BOA
  6. Discussion of Civic Design Review Guidelines
  7. New Business

  8. Adjournment

vmk 1/7/2010

vmk 2/18/2010 corrected title for Paul De Freitas, Architectural Associate, DPW BOA and Rommel Taylor, Architectural Associate, DPW BOA

Explanatory documents are available for public inspection and copying at the Arts Commission office, 25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 240, San Francisco, CA 94102, during regular business hours. Info: Vicky Knoop, 415/252-3214.

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