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To be held at OMI Beacon Center
          James Denman Middle School
          Enter parking lot on Seneca, between Cayuga and Delano.
San Francisco, CA 94112

5:30 pm Wednesday, October 23, 2002


1.           (ACTION) Roll Call
2.           (ACTION) Review and approval of September 25, 2002 meeting minutes
(public comments)
3.          (DISCUSSION) Chief Probation Officer’s Report:
a. Status of Budget FY 02-03 and FY 03-04
          b. Status of Juvenile Hall Replacement Project **explanatory document: monthly report for August ’02.
(public comments)
4.           Public comment on any matter within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Juvenile Probation
5. (ACTION) Consideration and possible action to approve renewal of contract with the California Youth Authority for diagnostic and treatment services, and temporary detention, in an amount not to exceed $150,000 for the fiscal year ($4,832/month).
6.           (DISCUSSION) Presentation from Dr. Anita Grier, CCSF Trustee
Presentation by Patricia Gray, Principal, Balboa HS. & Ronald Rachesky, Asst. Principal.
Presentation from Domestic Violence Consortium
Presentation by Southwestern Neighborhood Improvement Group
(public comment)
7. (DISCUSSION) Report on the status of girls’ services in the Dept and with its contracted partners. (JuliePosadas, Coordinator of Girls’ services, YGC.
(public comments)
8. (DISCUSSION) Committee Chair Reports
·          Program Committee: report on the discussions held in meeting of October 15, 2002
(public comments)
9.          Public comment on any matter within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Juvenile Probation Commission
10.          (DISCUSSION) Announcements, requests for future agenda items.
11.          (ACTION) Adjournment

** Explanatory documents: Copies of explanatory documents listed in this agenda, and other related materials received by the Probation Commission after the posting of this agenda, can be obtained from the Commission office by October 21. Please call the office to make arrangements.)                                         
Oct. 17, 2002

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There is accessible parking at the following locations: school parking lot, entry on the Seneca St side. Between Cayuga and Delano. Beacon Center sign over the entrance doorway.

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