Board of Directors - June 12, 2019 - Minutes

Meeting Date: 
June 12, 2019 - 1:30pm
Location: 

TREASURE ISLAND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

DRAFT MEETING MINUTES

 

June 12, 2019 – 1:30PM

 

Room 400, City Hall

1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

 

 

ORDER OF BUSINESS

 

1.         Call to Order 1:30pm

 

            Present

V. Fei Tsen, President

Sharon Lai

Linda Fadeke Richardson

Paul Giusti

Jean-Paul Samaha

Supervisor Matt Haney

             

Excused

Mark Dunlop

 

2.         General Public Comment

            Jim Hancock, Treasure Island Sailing Science Center (TISSC), commented on the TISSC project and increase in activity.

            Meesun Boice, MerSea, commented on the potential effects of the toll on business and spoke about being grateful for help and support from TIDA Directors and staff.

            Travis Lund, Treasure Island Sailing Center (TISC), commented on wording of the Clipper Cove Rules and Regulations and asked the TIDA Board to consider further revision.

 

3.         Report by Treasure Island Director

Robert Beck, Treasure Island Director, reported on development and operation issues on Treasure Island.

Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association had tournaments at SFGAA Fields in May.

TreasureFest Weekend was incident free May 25 and 26.

Treasure Island Museum monthly lecture series held May 25. Topic was “From Geology to Horticulture.”

Treasure Island District 6 “Gigantic 3” bulky item/e-waste/trash disposal event was held Saturday May 25 at the One Treasure Island Service Space parking.

One Treasure Island Gather Garden Grand Opening was held on Thursday May 30.  Free shaved ice to first 75 attendees.

A Project Pull intern started June 11 with TIDA. A second will start next week.

Wilson Meany held an event June 11 to recognize the YBI residential design team and celebrate the start of construction activities.

Mercy/Catholic Charities project is on the list of Strategic Growth Council staff recommendations for AHSC Award.

Housing Open House on May 29 was well attended.

TICD is mobilizing to install wick drains behind and around building on as 1st step in geotechnical work in and south of California.

Demolition of structures to make way for the new WWTP complete; processing debris and isolating/removing conflicting utilities.

Construction of the new ferry improvements is expected to begin in June.

Subphase 3 permit set submitted on May 31; target is to issue permits and approve final subdivision maps by March 2020.

First Final Transfer Map being planned for July 9 Board of Supervisors meeting.

Navy has issued draft Land Use Controls and FOST for Site 24.

 

Supervisor Haney asked about power outages and what is being done to prevent further outages.

Director Richardson commented on the 311 report included in the packet.

Director Richardson commented on in-lieu payments and outreach to residents.

Director Tsen appreciates the ARWS report included in the packet.

 

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There was no discussion of Communications From and Received by TIDA.

  1. here was no public comment.

 

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There was no discussion of Ongoing Business by Board of Directors.

  1. here was no public comment.

6.         CONSENT AGENDA

  1. Approving the Minutes of the May 8, 2019 Meeting
  2. Resolution Authorizing and Approving Revisions to the Clipper Cove Rules and Regulations
  3. 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, 2019 and Ending June 30, 2020 in an Amount not to Exceed $262,000.00
  4. 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, 2019 through June 30, 2020, for an amount not to exceed $1,480,000.00
  5. Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of a Professional Services Agreement between the Treasure Island Development Authority and One Treasure Island for Fiscal Year 2019-2020
  6. 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 2019
  7. Resolution Authorizing the Director to Enter Into a Lease for the SFOBB Pier E2 Property with State of California Department of Transportation and to Enter Into a Funding Agreement with Bay Area Toll Authority for Operation and Maintenance of the SFOBB Pier E2
  8. Resolution Authorizing the Director to Enter Into an Agreement for Sharing Maintenance Cost of State Highway Outfall
  9. Resolution Approving the Treasure Island Development Authority Board of Directors’ Regular Meeting Schedule for Fiscal Year 2019-2020

 

Consent items b and e were pulled from the consent agenda.

 

Director Richardson moved the consent agenda.

Director Tsen seconded the motion.

This item passed unanimously.

 

Steve Jeffrey, Rubicon, thanked the TIDA Board for approving the contract.

 

b. Resolution Authorizing and Approving Revisions to the Clipper Cove Rules and Regulations

Supervisor Haney requested TIDA have additional time to review item and include in regular agenda at next meeting.

 

Director Richardson moved Item 6b to the regular agenda.

Director Giusti seconded the motion.

This item passed unanimously.

 

e. Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of a Professional Services Agreement between the Treasure Island Development Authority and One Treasure Island for Fiscal Year 2019-2020

 

Supervisor Haney asked if there are any services from One Treasure Island to support post-DDA affordable housing. 

 

Director Richardson moved Item 6e.  

Director Lai seconded the motion.

This item passed unanimously.

 

7.         Life Learning Academy Dormitory Update

            Teri Delane, Life Learning Academy, reviewed their program. New housing has been built behind the school. 24 students can move in this fall.  There will be a celebration/move-in ceremony in August. LLA is committed to non-violence.

 

            Supervisor Haney thanked Ms. Delane for all her work and called her a hero in the community. Supervisor Haney asked about LLA’s budget.

            Director Samaha asked for details on the move-in ceremony.

            Director Samaha asked how the building fits into the development plan.

            Director Giusti asked how students are picked to move in to the new housing.

 

8.         Park Operations and Maintenance – Planning for Operating Rules and Regulations

            Bob Beck, TIDA, presented planning for operating rules and regulations.

Mr. Beck reviewed the operation of Treasure Island Parks and Open Spaces.

Parks are to remain under TIDA Jurisdiction.

TI/YBI Community Facilities District funds park maintenance/operations in perpetuity.

            The SF Parks Code and SF Port Code are being reviewed and used as models.

            A Treasure Island Code could be tailored to concerns specific to the island, but may require additional time to draft and entail additional public review. 

            TIDA will continue to explore initial operations demands, staffing, and potential conservancy/governance models, and will return at September meeting with recommendations.

 

            Director Lai asked if any outside agencies are helping with codes and asked about Prop K shadow provisions.      

            Director Richardson requested copy of the SF Port Code and SF Parks Code for review.

            Director Samaha commented on diversity of TI parks and commented to be careful with extending Prop K shadow studies to TI.

            Director Tsen asked about the timeline.

           

            There was no public comment.           

 

9.         Discussion of Future Agenda Items by Directors

There was no Discussion of Future Agenda Items by Directors.

 

10.       Adjourn

 

Relevant documents such as resolutions, staff summaries, leases, subleases are available at the Treasure Island Development Authority Office, One Avenue of the Palms, Second Floor, Treasure Island, and the Government Information Center at the Main Library, 100 Larkin Street.  Public comment is taken on each item on the agenda.

 

If any materials related to an item on this agenda have been distributed to the TIDA Board of Directors after distribution of the agenda packet, those materials are available for public inspection at Treasure Island Development Authority, Building One, 2nd Floor, One  Ave. of Palms, San Francisco, CA 94130 during normal office hours.


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