Legislation, Policy & Practices - January 17, 2018 - Agenda
City & County of San Francisco
Subcommittee on Legislation, Policy & Practices
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 2:30-4:30pm
25 Van Ness, Lower Level Conference Room San Francisco
Note: Public comment will be taken throughout the meeting.
1. Introductions (discussion only)
2. Staff Report (discussion only)
3. Review of decisions made at subcommittee retreat (discussion only)
4. Gang injunctions (discussion and possible action)
5. Occupational Licensing (discussion and possible action)
6. Other initiatives that we know of (discussion and possible action)
7. Subcommittee Chair (discussion and possible action)
8. Subcommittee roster (discussion and possible action)
9. 2018 Calendar—upcoming meetings: (discussion only)
10. Member Roundtable and Agenda Items for Next Meeting (discussion only)
Next Meeting: March 21, 2018
25 Van Ness, Lower Level Conference Room
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