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To be held at Youth Guidance Center Cafeteria
375 Woodside Ave
San Francisco, CA 94127
5:30 pm Wednesday, April 25, 2001


1. (ACTION) Roll Call
2.           (ACTION) Review and approval of March 28, 2001 meeting minutes
3. (DISCUSSION) Chief Probation Officer’s Report: **explanatory document: monthly report for Mar.’01
a. Status Report on Juvenile Hall Replacement Project:
Frank Filice of the Bureau of Engineering, explanation of the National Environmental Protection Agency
b. FY 2000-2001 and FY 2001-2002 Operating Budget Update
c. Highlights from last Commission meeting to present.
d. Trends/Emerging Issues/Upcoming Events
4. (ACTION) Consideration of action on Program Committee’s recommendation to contract with Young Community Developers in the amount of $59,442 to provide job readiness services to Log Cabin Ranch.
5. (ACTION) Consideration of action on Program Committee’s recommendation on contracting with the following 13 TANF funded community based providers, for up to the maximum amounts listed:
· Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center $54,000
· Bay Area Legal Aid $100,000
· CARECEN $100,000
· Community Boards $0
· Edgewood Children’s Center $100,000
· Girls After School Academy $70,000
· Girls 2000 $100,000
· Instituto Familiar de la Raza $100,000
· Morrisania West, Inc. $100,000
· National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship $100,000
· Richmond District Neighborhood Center $100,000
· Samoan Community Development Center $100,000
· Special Services for Groups $100,000
6. (DISCUSSION). report on the YGC Chaplaincy Program, from the Interfaith Council (update on
governance issues regarding the chaplaincy and on funding), and from Reverend Toni Dunbar (report on activities of her office). [Drake]
7. (DISCUSSION) Public Comment on any matter within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Juvenile Probation
8. (DISCUSSION) Announcements, requests for future agenda items.
9. (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 April 23, or at the Commission meeting. Please call the office to make arrangements.)                     
                                                                                  April 18, 2001

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