Board of Directors - June 14, 2017 - Minutes
TREASURE ISLAND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
DRAFT MEETING MINUTES
June 14, 2017 – 1:30PM
Room 400, City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
ORDER OF BUSINESS
1. Call to Order 1:40
V. Fei Tsen, President
Mark Dunlop, Secretary
Linda Fadeke Richardson
Hon. Jane Kim (Ex-Officio)
2. General Public Comment
Kheay Loke welcomed new TIDA Directors and recognized Larry Mazzola.
3. Recognition of Larry Mazzola Jr.
Bob Beck presented Larry Mazzola Jr. with a plaque for his seven years of service to the TIDA Board of Directors. Directors Tsen, Richardson, and Dunlop expressed their gratitude to Mr. Mazzola.
Mr. Beck introduced the two new TIDA Directors, Sharon Lai and Paul Giusti. Director Lai has a background in urban planning and Director Giusti has worked at Recology for 40 years.
4. Report by Treasure Island Director
Robert Beck, Treasure Island Director, reported on development and operation issues on Treasure Island. On Friday May 5th volunteers from TIDA including Director Mark Dunlop, SF Environment and Life Learning Academy participated in a Community Stewardship Day at Clipper Cove Beach. TIDA and SFE staff presented on the YBI Habitat Management Plan and ongoing natural area stewardship activities at the April 24th meeting of the Bay Area Sea Kayakers (BASK). TIHDI and SF Office of Economic and Workforce Development hosted a Career Resource Fair for Treasure Island residents on Saturday May 6th at ShipShape. YMCA hosted a Healthy Kids event at TI Gym on Saturday April 29th. Dog Park Event is scheduled for Saturday May 20th from 11:00am to 1:00pm. The Vista Point was opened on May 2nd at an SFCTA event attended by Oakland Mayor Libby Shaff, Supervisor Kim, Caltrans, BATA, Directors Richardson & Dunlop, and East Bay Bike and SF Bicycle Coalition. The Navy issued Final Sixth FOST. DPW is preparing map conditions for the Tentative Subdivision Maps for Yerba Buena Island based on comments from City Agencies. TICD is now holding on island community meetings each month, with the next meeting on May 18th
Director Richardson commented on the recently revived TI Newsletter from Mark Connors.
Director Dunlop made comments on ash tray cans and traffic during the 4th of July holiday.
There was no comment from Directors on Communications.
There was no public comment.
There was comment from Directors on Ongoing Business.
- here was no public comment.
7. CONSENT AGENDA
- Approving the Minutes of the May 10, 2017 Meeting
- Resolution Authorizing the Treasure Island Director to Amend the Agreement between the Treasure Island Development Authority and Treadwell & Rollo, a Langan Company, for Environmental Engineering Consulting and Oversight of the Navy Remediation for the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Development Project Increasing the Not-to-Exceed Amount of the Agreement to $900,000
- Resolution Authorizing the Thirteenth Amendment to the Treasure Island Childcare Center Master Lease between the Authority and the Navy to Extend the Term
- Resolution Authorizing the Forty Second Amendment to the Treasure Island Land and Structures Master Lease between the Authority and the United States Navy to Extend the Term
- Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of a Professional Services Agreement between the Treasure Island Development Authority and Rubicon Enterprises, Inc., a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, commencing July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, for an amount not to exceed $1,400,000.00
- Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of a Professional Services Agreement Between the Treasure Island Development Authority and Toolworks, Inc. to Provide Janitorial Services For a Month to Month Term, Commencing July 1, 2017 and Ending June 30, 2018 in an Amount not to Exceed $235,000.00
- Resolution Authorizing the Treasure Island Director to Execute a Grant Agreement with the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco, a California Non-Profit Organization, for the purpose of funding Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco’s Camp Mendocino tuition for all on-Island youth residents for summer of 2017
- Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of a Professional Services Agreement between the Treasure Island Development Authority and the Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative for Fiscal Year 2017-2018
- Resolution authorizing a Fifth Amendment to the Agreement with Paragon Partners Ltd. for consulting and advisory services in connection with the implementation of the Transition Housing Rules and Regulations for the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Development Project to extend the term through June 30, 2018 and increase the total not-to-exceed-amount to $385,000
There was no public comment.
Director Dunlop moved the consent agenda.
Director Richardson seconded the motion.
This item passed unanimously.
8. Adopt Arts Master Plan
Jill Manton, SFAC, presented for approval the Treasure Island Arts Master Plan for development and management of a public art program on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island. Ms. Manton reviewed the vision of the Arts Master Plan, curatorial framework, goals and objectives, governance and implementation. The roles of the TIDA Board, SFAC, Arts Steering Committee, and selection panels were reviewed.
Director Tsen thanked Jill for her hard work and commented that the Arts Master Plan is one of the best she has ever seen.
Director Moss asked that residents, particularly low-income residents, be included in process.
Director Richardson thanked Jill and the SFAC for their hard work and commented on educational opportunities.
Director Dunlop commented on community participation in Arts Program and to work with the City of Oakland.
Director Lai made comments on the artists in residency program, including youth, and asked about the possibility of integrating art at transit stops.
Director Giusti commented on importance of having diverse artists and to remain practical, not taking on more than we can handle.
Richard Rotham commented on the Covarrubias murals and is looking forward to seeing them included in the plan.
Sherry Williams, TIHDI, thanked Jill for incorporating TIHDI comments.
Kheay Loke gave TICD’s support in plan and urged for approval.
Director Richardson moved the consent agenda.
Director Dunlop seconded the motion.
This item passed unanimously.
9. TIDA Housing Update
Bob Beck, TIDA, presented an update on affordable and transition housing. Mr. Beck presented updates on procuring a relocation consultant, the Infrastructure and Revitalization Financing District, and TIDA/TIHDI sites in the initial subphase area.
TIDA issued an RFP for relocation consultant services on April 10th, received three proposals on May 10th, and held interviews on June 9th. Primary responsibility will be to assist in implementation of THRRs for Pre-DDA residents of The Villages at Treasure Island. Mr. Beck presented on Affordable Housing Funding, Infrastructure and Revitalization Financing District, affordable housing parcels and pre-development funding. Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development has programmed $4 million in its proposed FY2017-2018 budget to fund pre-development work on first two affordable housing parcels. Swords to Plowshares and Catholic Charities are planned to develop these sites.
Mr. Beck reviewed Lease Disposition and Development Agreement (LDDA), schedule for parcel availability, and funding available for development of affordable and replacement housing.
Director Tsen commented on TI goal of more than 2,000 units of affordable housing.
Director Moss commented on modular construction technology and asked about existing residents and if there is a wait list for affordable housing.
Director Richardson gave her support for modular units.
Director Dunlop commented on the importance of affordable housing.
Director Lai asked about state funding and suggested a working group to streamline process.
Director Giusti commented on importance of Swords to Plowshares on island.
Tramecia Garner, Swords to Plowshares, thanked TIDA and made comments on success in funding and having a community that supports veterans.
Nabihah Azim, Mercy Housing, thanked TIDA and commented on excitement to see this moving forward.
10. Discussion of Future Agenda Items by Directors
There was no Discussion of Future Agenda Items by Directors.
11. Adjourn 3:25
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