3846979 - Hearing - Appeal of Conditional Use Authorization - Proposed Project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street - Board Pkt 021219

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Notice is hereby given of an appeal to the Board of Supervisors from the following action of the City Planning Commission. Thepropertyislocatedat 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 R~ss St December 20, 2018 Date of City Planning Commission Action
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January 22, 2019 Appeal Filing Date ___ The Planning Commission disapproved in whole or in part an application for reclassification of property, Case No. ___________ _ ___ The Planning Commission disapproved in whole or in part an application for establishment, abolition or modification of a set-back line, Case No. ___________ _ X The Planning Commission approved in whole or in part an application for conditional use authorization, Case No. _20_1_6-_0_04_9_0_5C_U_A ______ _ ___ The Planning Commission disapproved in whole or in part an application for conditional use authorization, Case No. ____________ _ V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process5 August 2011 Statement of Appeal:
a) Set forth the part(s) of the d~cision the appeal is taken from:
See attached b) Set forth the reasons in support of your appeal:
See attached Person to Whom Notices Shall Be Mailed Sue Hestor Name 0 Market St #1128 Address 5-846-1 021 Telephone Number V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process6 August 2011 Name and Address of Person Fiiing Appeai:
Angelica Cabande Name 10 Howard St Address 5-255-7693 Telephone Number Conditional Use Appeal -Motion 20361 52-1060 Folsom Street·& 190-194 Russ Street·
(a) The parts of the decision the appeal is taken from:
All aspects of the proposed project, in particular the building mass which casts shadows on Victoria Manalo Draves Park. This project is located in the SoMa Youth and Family Special Use District and ignores the standards for new projects replacing existing housing in that SUD.
(b) The reasons in support of this appeal:
Construction of the proposed 641611 7-story Project is subject to the provisions of Proposition K, which severely restricts new shadows being cast. The Planning Commission did not follow San Francisco Law provisions governing shadows. The Planning Commission was not provided in their packet or at the Commission hearing with the complete shadow study and had no basis on which to adopt Motion 20362 Shadow findings. There was no separate presentation to the Planning Commission of shadows proposed to be cast. The Commission was deprived of the ability to view required evidence and make findings on the shadow impacts of the Project BEFORE considering the project itself. This violated the requirements of Proposition K which required PRIOR analysis of the shadow impacts before considering approval of the Project. The Planning Commission's adoption of the Conditional Use, and other approvals, violated the requirements of Proposition K. The staff report and draft Motion 20362 -submitted to Planning Commission 12/13/18 -erroneously presented as FACT that the General Manager of Recreation and Park in consultation with the Recreation and Park Commission had found that new shadows cast by the project would not be adverse to Victoria Manalo Draves Park. As of 12/13/18 neither the General Manager nor the Rec Park Commission had made a decision. There was no qualitative evaluation of the impacts of shadows cast, the impacts on the mostly low-income users of the park. Such an evaluation had been performed by the Recreation and Park Commission on 1/15/15 when this owner proposed development of a SMALLER project on a portion of the site at 190 Russ Street. The shadows cast by the 190 Russ project were smaller than those cast by the current project. The RecPark Commission unanimously found the shadow impacts to be significant based on their impacts on low-income users of the Park who have extremely limited access to open space. They have no rear yards on their lots and depend on public open space for sun. There is no discussion of the 2015 Rec Park Commission unanimous action. Much of the Planning Commission discussion focused on housing added by the project '"·while demolishing housing in existing buildings -and ignored the low-income community surrounding the Park. District 6 shoulders a disproportionate burden of development and population growth in the City while having only 2 full-size parks. Victoria Manalo Draves Park is widely used by seniors, families, and youth. The shadows which will be cast would occur for 8 months of the year on the northeast portion of the park, which includes the Park entry, basketball court, children's play, grassy areas and benches. Commission approval of a Conditional Use specifically incorporates approval of project plans. Commissioner Moore noted at the hearing that the plans presented could not be built because they omitted types of spaces in the design that are required by various building codes. Because they were not drafted by an architect responsible to be aware of all such requirements, the plans would have to be redrafted before permit issuance. The MASS of the project is therefore uncertain -but the mass of the Project is what determines the shadow impacts of the project. The Planning Commission required plans which had massing and correct configuration of housing units so they could properly evaluate both shadow impacts and the merits of a.conditional use. Presentation to Planning Commission of correct massing is also required as basis for Large Project Authorization and Variance for approval of the project. The lack of approvable plans brings those actions into question. The Project fails to meet Sec 303 criteria for a Conditional Use in that it is detrimental to the general welfare of persons residing in the vicinity, including but not limited to their use of the Park. Late afternoon sun is critical to use of park by lower income residents. It should be noted that Planning Department planner on this case left the Department on December 21, 2018, the day after December 20, 2018 Planning Commission action. Appellants counsel requested production of documents on December 20 and December 21. The final actions, files and documents on this Project have been extraordinarily difficult for the public to access. Some appear to have just disappeared. ,' I
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10 Howard Street I SF, CA 94103 I phone (415) 255-769;3 I www.somcan.org December 11, 2018 San Francisco Planning Commission City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place Re: 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Dear Commissioners, We are writing to express concerns about the shadow impacts of the proposed 1052-1060 Folsom St &.190-194 Russ St Project on Victoria Manalo Draves Park (VMD). ·
The proposed 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Project is a 64'6" tall seven-story residential building containing 63 units ( consisting of studio, one, and two bedroom units) and ground floor retail. District 6, particularly the .SoMa, shoulders a disproportionate burden of development and·
population growth in San Francisco. However, the south of Market continues to have the least amount of parks and open space per capita, with only two (2) full-size parks: South Park and VMD. South Park was built in 1885 and after one hundred and fifty-one (151) years, finally in 06 another full-size park was built and named after the Filipina-American South of Market native, and Olympic Gold Medalist, Victoria Manalo Draves. VMD is an active park and is widely m~ed by SoMa residents, students, and workers. The park serves the youth, adults, and seniors of the community with amenities available year-round, including a basketball. court, community garden, children play areas, picnic area, open grassy areas, and benches. The park is utilized by the students of the nearby Bessie Carmichael School,
. and provides a venue for numerous community events and is favorite lunch hangout to many
·soMa workers. Both the park and the project are also located within the Youth and Family Special Use District which was established in 2009 to protect and enhance the health and environment of youth and families in the South of Market. Before you is the proposed 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Project that will cast new shadows on VMD. The Quantitative Summary of Shadow Findings further explains that there is a+0.38% annual increase in shade on the park that would occur for eight (8) months out of the year, affecting the northeastern portion of the park, which includes the Park entry, the basketball court, children's play area, grassy areas, and benches. This, however, is not the first time this project has been before you. In January 2015, this same developer proposed a similar project though smaller in scale. At that time, the developer
· proposed a six-story residential project that would.have caused a +0.07% increase in shadows on VMD. The Recreation and ParkComrnission and the Planning Commission recognized in 2015 the importance of protecting VMD · and the significance of approving this project as a standard for future projects, and voted to reject the project. What is before you now is a larger project, with a much larger shadow impact. We would like to urge all of you to partner with us in protecting and preserving our very limited open spaces in the South of Market that serve a diverse population of residents, workers, children, youth, families, and seniors. With additional projects in the pipeline that are estimated to cast n.ev1 shadmvs on \T~v1D, :in addition to the iJ:npact of 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St, there will be a cumulative adverse impact to one of only two full-parks that serves the densely populated area in the_ South of Market. Approval of this project will set further detrimental precedents for future projects that will totally and completely disregard the value of public open space to the most underserved residents who actively use the park. With that, we strongly urge you to vote NO on the 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Project. Furthermore, we urge the Recreation and Park Commission and the Planning Commission to re-examine and update the allowable shadow budget for parks in the South of Market to be consistent with other high density neighborhoods with very little open space that have 0% shadow tolerances. As the South of Market continues to see rapid rates of new development, evident in efforts such as the Central SoMa Plan, it is crucial that existing open spaces are preserved and protected. Sincerely, Angelica Cabande Organizational Director South of Market Community Action Network (SOMCAN) ·: r ~ !

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· 1110 Howard Street I SF, CA 94103 I phone (415) 255-7693 I www.somcan.org January 22, 2019 As the Organizational Director of the South of Market Community Action Network, I hereby authorize attorney Sue Hestor to make any necessary filings and take further action in the appeal of the proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street & 190-194 Russ Street. Sincerely, Angelica Cabande Organizational Director, South of Market Community Action Network

• ursuant to Planning Code Section 308.1 (b), the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors
,elieve that there is sufficient public interest and concern to warrant an appeal of the Planning Commission on Case No.
..tl 6 -~OOtf1DE(tvlt, a conditional use authorization regarding (adc;lress) 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St ________________ __, District _6_. The undersigned members respectfully request the Clerk of the Board to calendar this item at the soonest possible date. SIGNATUR.E DATE
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V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process8 August 2011 C. I. Pursuant to Planning Code Section 308.1 (b), the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors believe that there is sufficient public interest and concern to warrant an appeal of the Planning Commission on Case No.
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V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process8 August 2011 Pursuant to Planning Code Section 308.1 (b), the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors believe that there is sufficient public interest and concern to warrant an appeal of the Planning Commission on Case No.
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·-REQUIRED CRITERIA YES NO The appellant is a member of the stated neighborhood organization and is authorized to file the appeal on behalf of the organization. Authorization may take the form of a letter signed by the President or other officer of the organization. The appellant is appealing on behalf of an organization that is registered with the Planning Department and ,~, that appears on the Department's current list of neighborhood organizations. The appellant is appealing on behalf of an organization that has been in existence at least 24 months prior to the submittal of the fee waiver request. Existence may be established by evidence including that relating to the organization's activities at that time such as· meeting minutes, resolutions, publications and rosters. The appellant is appealing on behalf of a neighborhood organization that is affected by the project and that is the subject of the appeal. PAGE 2 I . APPLICATION

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, DRAWN AA CHECKED /<.IC DATE 12/26/2016 REVISED OATE 12/10/2018 JOB NO. 16--1727 SHEET NO. A-5.2 File No.2016-004905ENV 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 1 of 10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Project Mitigation Measure 1 -Archeological Testing
(Implementing Eastern Neighborhoods Mitigation J-2) Based on a reasonable presumption that archeo.logical resources may be present within the project site, the following measures shall be undertaken to avoid any potentially significant adverse effect from the proposed project on buried or submerged historical resources. The project sponsor shall retain the services of an archaeological consultant from the rotational D1~partment Qualified Archaeological Consultants List (QACL) maintained by the Planning Department archaeologist. The project sponsor shall contact the D1~partment arpheologist to obtain the names and contact information for the next three archeological consultants on the QACL. The archeological consu tant shall undertake an archeological testing program as specified herein.· In addition, the consultant shall be available to conduct an archeological monitoring and/or data recovery program if required pursuant to this measure. The archeological consultant's work shall be conducted in accordance with this measure at the direction of the Environmental Review Officer (ERO). All plans and reports prepared by the consultant as specified herein shall be submitted first and directiy to the ERO for review and comment, and shall be considered draft reports subject to revision until final approval by the ERO. Archeological monitoring and/or data recovery programs required by this measure could suspend construction of the project for up to a maximum of four weeks. At the direction of the ERO, the suspension of construction can be extended beyond four weeks only if such a suspension is the only feasible means to re1duce to a less than significant level potential effects on a significant archeological resource as defined in CEQA Guidelines Sect. 15064.5 (a) and (c). Consultation with Descendant Communities: On discovery of an 1 archeological site associated with descendant Native Americans, the Overseas Chinese, or other potentially interested descendant group an 2 appropriate representative of the descendant group and the ERO shall be contacted. The representative of the descendant group shall be given the. opportunity to monitor archeological field investigations of the site and to Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor, archeological consultant at the direction of the ERO. Project sponsor's qualified archeological consultant. Mitigation Action and Schedule Prior to issuance of site permits. In the event that an archeological site is uncovered during the construction period. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Project sponsor to retain a qualified archeological consultant who shall report to the ERO. Qualified archeological consultant will scope archeological testing program with ERO. Consult with descendent communities to determine appropriate treatment of archeolo.9.ical finds and Status/Date Completed Considered complete when ERO approves archeological testing plan scope. Considered complete after Final Archeological Resources Report is approved and provide to descendant groups. By the term "archeological site" is intended here to minimally include any archeological deposit, feature, burial, or evidence of burial. 2 An "appropriate representative" of the descendant group is here defined to mean, in the case of Native Americans, any individual listed in the current Native American Contact List for the City and County of San Francisco maintained by the California Native American Heritage Commission and in the case of the Overseas Chinese, the Chinese Historical Society of America. An appropriate representative of other descendant groups should be determined in consultation with the Department archeologist. O') <.D er? N File No.2016-004905ENV 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 2 of 10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL offer recommendations to the ERO regarding appropriate archeological treatment of the site, of recovered data from the site, and, if applicable, any interpretative treatment of the associated archeological site. A copy of the Final Archaeological Resources Report shall be provided to the representative of the descendant group. Archeo!ogica/ Testing Program. The archeological consultant shall prepare and submit to the ERO for review and approval an archeological testing plan (ATP). The archeological testing program shall be conducted in accordance with the approved ATP. The ATP shall identify the property types of the expected archeological resource(s) that potentially could be adversely· affected by the proposed project, the testing method to be used, and the locations recommended for testing. The purpose of the archeological testing program will be to determine to the extent possible the presence or absence of archeological resources and to identify and to evaluate whether any archeological resource encountered on the site constitutes an historical resource under CEQA. At the completion of the archeological testing program, the archeological consultant shall submit a written report of the findings to the ERO. If based on the archeological testing program the archeological consultant finds that significant archeological resources may be present, the ERO in con:sultation with the archeological consultant shall determine if additional measLires are warranted. Additional measures that may be undertaken include additional archeological testing, archeological monitoring, and/or an archeological data recovery program. No archeological data recovery shall be undertaken withoutthe prior approval ofthe ERO or the Planning Department archeologist. If the ERO determines that a significant archeological resource is present and that the resource could be adversely affected by the proposed project, at the discretion of the project sponsor either: A) The proposed project shall be re-designed so as to avoid any adverse effect on the significant archeological resource; or B) A data recovery program shall be implemented, unless. the ERO determines that the archeological resource is c,f greater interpretive than research significance and that interpretive use of the resource is feasible. Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor/Archeologica I consultant at the direction of the ERO. Mitigation Action and Schedule Priorto soil disturbing activities. Monitoring/Report Responsibility report findings as appropriate. Submittal of draft ATP to ERO for review and approval. Archeological consultant undertake activities specified in ATP and immediately notify ERO of any encountered archeological resource. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon completion of the archeological testing program outlined in the ATP. r-0? N File No.2016-004905ENV 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 3 of 10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Archeologica/ Monitoring Program. If the ERO in consultation with the archeological consultant determines that an archeological monitoring program shall be implemented the archeological monitoring program shall minimally include the following provisions:

• The archeological consultant, project sponsor, and ERO shall meet and consult on the scope of the AMP reasonably prior to any project-related soils disturbing activities commencing. The ERO in consultation with the archeological consultant ·shall determine what project activities shall be archeologically monitored. In most cases, any soils-disturbing activiiieB, such as demolition, foundation removal, excavation, gradinfJ, utilities installation, foundation work, driving of piles (foundation, shoring, etc.), site remediation, etc., shall require archeological monitoring because of the risk these activities pose to potential archaeological resources and to their depositional context;

• The archeological consultant shall advise all project contractors to be on the alert for evidence of the presence of the expected resource(s), of how to identify the evidence of the expected resource(s), and of the appropriate protocol in the event of apparent discovery of an archeological resource;

• The archeological monitor(s) shall be present on the project site according to a schedule agreed upon by the archeological consultant and the ERO until the ERO has, in consultation with project archeological consultant, determined that project construction activities could have no effects on significant archeological deposits;

• The archeological monitor shall record and be auf,orized to collect soil samples and artifactual/ecofactual material as warranted for analysis;

• If an intact archeological deposit is encountered, all soils-­disturbing activities in the vicinity of the deposit shall cnase. The archeological monitor shall be empowered to temporarily redirect demolition/excavation/pile driving/construction activities and equipment until the deposit is evaluated. If in the case of pile driving or deep foundation activities (foundation, shorin1J, etc.), the archeological monitor has cause to believe that the pile,, driving or deep foundation activities may affect an archeological resource, 1:he pile driving or deep foundation activities shall be terminated until an appropriate evaluation of the resource has bee,n made in consultation with the ERO. The archeological consultant shall Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor/ archeological consultant at the direction of the ERO. Mitigation Action and Schedule During soils­disturbing activities. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Project sponsor/archeological consultant shall meet and consult with ERO on scope of AMP. Archeological consultant to monitor soils-disturbing activities specified in AMP and immediately notify ERO of any encountered archeological resource. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon completion of archeological monitoring plan as outlined in the AMP.
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL immediately notify the ERO of the encountered archeological deposit. The archeological consultant shall make a reasonable effort to assess the identity, integrity, and signiiican,:e of the encountered archeological deposit, and present the findings of this assessment to the ERO. Whether or not significant. archeological resources are encountered, the archeological consultant shall submit a written report of the findings of the monitoring program to the ERO. Archeological Data Recovery Program. The archeological data recovery program shall be conducted in accord with an archeological data reco,very plan
(ADRP). The archeological consultant, project sponsor, and ERO shall meet and consult on the scope of the ADRP prior to preparation of a draft AD.RP. The archeological consultant shall submit a draft ADRP to the ERO. The ADRP shalt identify how the proposed data recovery program will preserve the significant information the archeological resource is expected to contain. That is, the ADRP will identify what scientific/historical research questions are applicable to the expected resource, what data classes the resource is expected to possess, and how the expected data classes would address the applicable research questions. Data recovery, in general, should be limited to the portions of the historical property that could be adversely affected by the proposed project. Destructive data recovery methods shall not toe a·pplied to portions of the archeological resources if nondestructive methods are practical. The scope of the ADRP shall include the following elements:

• Field Methods and Procedures. Descriptions of proposed field strategies, procedures, and operations. ·

• Cataloguing and Laboratory Analysis. Description of selected cataloguing system and artifact analysis procedures.

• Discard and Deaccession Policy. Description of and rationale for field and post-field discard and deaccession policieis.

• Interpretive Program. Consideration of an on-site/off-site public interpretive program during the course of the archeolc,gical data recovery program.

• Security Measures. Recommended security measures to protect the archeological resource from vandalism, looting, and non-intentionally damaging activities.

• Final Report. Description of proposed report format and Responsibility for Implementation ERO, archeological consultant, arid project sponsor. Mitigation Action and Schedule In the event that an archeological site is uncovered during the construction period. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Archeological consultant to prepare an ADRP and to undertake the archeological data recovery program in consultation with ERO. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon completion of archeological data recovery plan as outlined in the ADRP. N r­C') N File No.2016-004905ENV 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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Page 5 of 10 PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL distribution of results. Curation. Description of the procedures and recomm for the curation of any recovered data having potentia value, identification of appropriate curation faciliti summary of the accession policies of the cu ration fac Human Remains, Associated or Unassociated Funerary Objects. T treatment of human remains and of associated or unassociated fun objects discovered during any soils disturbing activity shall comply applicable State and Federal Laws, including immediate notification Coroner of the City and County of San Francisco and in the event o Coroner's determination that the human remains are Native Americ remains, ·notification of the California State Native American Herita~
Commission (NAHC) who shall appoint a Most Likely Descendant ( (Pub. Res. Code Sec. 5097.98). The ERO shall also be immediate upon discovery of human remains. The archeological consultant, p sponsor, ERO, and MLD shall have up to but not beyond six days~ discovery to make all reasonable efforts to develop an agreement f treatment of human remains and associated or unassociated funer objects with appropriate dignity (CEQA Guidelines. Sec. 15064.5(d agreement should take into consideration the appropriate excavatic removal, recordation, analysis, curation, possession, and final dispo the human remains and associated or unassociated funerary objec Nothing in existing State regulations or in this mitigation measure c the project sponsor and the ERO to accept recommendations of an The archeological consultant shall retain possession of any Native human remains and associated or unassociated burial objects until completion of any scientific analyses of the human remains or objec specified in the treatment agreement if such as agreement has bee or, otherwise, as determined by the archeological consultant and th no agreement is reached State regulations shall be followed includi reintemment of the human remains and associated burial objects w appropriate dignity on the property in a location not subject to furthe subsurface disturbance (Pub. Res. Code Sec. 5097.98). Final Archeo/ogical Resources Report. The archeological consultan submit a Draft Final Archeological Resources Report (FARR) to the evaluates the historical significance of any discovered archeologica endations research ,s, and a ities.
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL and describes the archeological and historical research methods employed in the archeological testing/monitoring/data recovery program(s) undertaken. Information that may put at risk any archeological resource shall be provided in a separate removable insert within the final report. Once approved by the ERO, copies of the FARR shall be distributed as follows: California Archaeological Site Survey Northwest Information Center
(NWIC) shall receive one (1) copy and the ERO shall receive a copy of the transmittal of the FARR to the NWIC. The Environmental Planning division of the Planning Department shall receive one bound, one unbound.and one unlocked, searchable PDF copy on CD of the FARR along with copies of any formal site recordation forms (CA DPR 523 series) and/or documentation for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places/California Ref)ister of Historical Resources. In instances of high public interest in or the high interpretive-value of the resource, the ERO may require a different final report content, format, and distribution than that presented above. Project Mitigation Measure 2 -Construction Noise
(Implementing Portions of Eastern Neighborhoods PEIR Mitigation Measure F-2)
The project sponsor _shall develop a set of site-specific noise attenu:ation measures under the supervision of a qualified acoustical consultant. Prior to commencing construction, a plan for such measures shall be submitted to the Department of Building Inspection to ensure that maximum feasible noise attenuation will be achieved. These attenuation measures shall include as many of the following control strategies as feasible: Erect temporary plywood noise barriers around the construction site, particularly where a site adjoins noise-sensitive uses; ·

• Utilize noise control blankets on the building structure as the building is erected to reduce noise emission from the site;

• Evaluate the feasibility of noise control at the rec1sivers by temporarily improving the noise reduction capability of adjacent buildings housing sensitive uses;

• Monitor the effectiveness of noise attenuation measures by taking noise measurements; and

• Post signs on-site pertaining to permitted construction days and hours and complaint procedures and who to notify in the ,event of a roblem, with telephone numbers listed. Responsibility for Implementation Archeological consultant at the direction of the ERO. Project sponsor, contractor(s), and acoustical consultant. Mitigation Action and Schedule analysis, and interpretation of recovered archeological data. Following completion of FARR and review and approval by ERO. Prior to and during demolition and construction activities. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Following approval from the ERO, archeological consultant to distribute FARR. Project sponsor, contractor(s) to submit a noise attenuation to the Department of Building Inspection. Status/Date Completed ERO. Considered complete upon certification to ERO that copies of FARR have been distributed. Considered complete upon receipt of final monitoring report at completion of construction.
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
.. Project Mitigation Measure 3 -Construction Air Quality (Implementing Eastern Neighborhoods PEIR Mitigation Measure G-1) . The project sponsor or the project sponsor's Contractor shall comply with the following:
A. Engine Requirements.
. All off~road equipment greater than 25 hp and operating for more than 20 total hours over the entire duration of construction activities shall have engines that meet or exceed either U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
(USEPA) or California Air Resources Board (AFrn) Tier 2 offroad emission standards, and have been retrofitted with an ARB Level 3 Verified Diesel Emissions Control Strategy. Equipment with engines meeting Tier 4 Interim or Tier 4 Final offroad emission standards automatically meet this requirement.
. Where access to alternative sources of power are available, portable diesel engines shall be prohibited.
. Diesel engines, whether for off-road or on-road equipment, shall not be left idling for more than two minutes, at any location, except as provided in exceptions to the applicable state regulations regarding idling for off-road and on-road equipment (e.iJ. traffic conditions, safe operating conditions). The Contractor shall post legible and visible signs in English, Spanish, and Chinese, in designated queuing areas and at the construction site to remind operators of the tvvo minute idling limit.
. The Contractor shall instruct construction workers and equipment operators on the maintenance and tuning of construction equipment, and require that such workers and operators properly maintain and tune equipment in accordance with manufacturer specifications. Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor, contractor(s). Mitigation Action and Schedule Submit certification statement prior to construction activities requiring the use ofoff-road equipment. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Project sponsor, contractor(s) to submit certification statement to the ERO. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon submittal of certification statement I.!) r­CW? N File No.2016-004905ENV 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 8 of 10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL B. Waivers.
. The Planning Department's Environmental Review Officer or designee (ERO) may waive the alternative source of power requirement of Subsection (A)(2) if an alternative isource of power is limited or infeasible at the project site. If the ERO grants the waiver, the Contractor must submit documentation that the equipment used for onsite power generation meets the requirements of Subsection (A)(1 ). 2. The ERO may waive the equipment requirements of Subsection (A)(1) · if: a particular piece of off-road e,quipment with an ARB Level 3 VDECS is technically not feasible; the equipment would not produce desired emissions reduction due to expected operating modes; installation of the e1quipment would create a safety hazard or impaired visibility for the operator; or, there is a compelling emergency need to use off­road equipment that is not retrofitted with an ARE! Level 3 VDECS. If the ERO grants the waiver, the Contractor must use the next cleanest piece of equipment available, according to the Table below:
T_al:>le-Off-Road Equipment Compliance Step-Down Schedule Compliance I Engine Emission Standard I Emissions Control Alternative Tier2 ARB Level 2 VDECS Tier2 ARB Level 1 VDECS Tier2 Alternative Fuel* How to use the table: If the ERO determines that the equipment requirements cannot be met, then the project sponsor would need to meet Compliance Alternative 1. If the ERO determines that the Contractor cannot supply off-road equipment meeting Compliance Alternative 1, then the Contractor rnL1st meet Compliance Alternative 2. If the ERO determines that the Contractor cannot supply off-road equipment meeting Compliance Alternative 2, then the Contractor must meet Compliance Alternative 3. ** Alternative fuels are not a VDECS. Responsibility for Mitigation Action and Implementation Schedule Monitoring/Report Status/Date Responsibility Completed c.o r­C") N File No.2016-004905ENV 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 9 of 10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL A. Construction Emissions Minimization Plan. Before starting on-site construction activities, the Contractor shall submit a Construction Emissions Minimization Plan (Plan) to the ERO for review and approval. The Plan shall state, in reasonable detail, how the Contractor will meet the requirements of Section A
. The Plan shall include estimates of the construction ti11eline by phase, with a de~cription of each piece of off-road equipment required for every construction phase. The description may include, but is not limited to: equipment type, e,quipment manufacturer, equipment identification number, engine model year, engine certification (Tier rating), horsepower, engine serial number, and expected fuel usage and hours of operation. Fo_r VDECS installed, the description may include: fochnology type, serial number, . make, model, manufacturer, ARB verification number level, and installation date and h:Jur meter reading on installation date. For off-road equipm:rnt using alternative fuels, the description shall also specify the type of alternative fuel being used. 2. The project sponsor shall ensure that all applicable requirements of the Plan have been incorporated into the contract specifications. The Plan shall include a certification statement that the Contractor agrees to comply fully with the Plan. 3. The Contractor shall make the Plan available to the public for review on-site during working hours. The Contractor shall post at the construction site a legible and visible sign summarizing the Plan. The sign shall also state that the public may ask to inspect the Plan for the project at any time durin!;J working hours and shall explain how to request to inspect the Plan. The Col')tractor shall post at least one copy. of the sign in a visible location on each side of the construction· site facin9 a public right-of-way. Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor, contractor(s). Mitigation Action and Schedule Prepare and submit a Plan prior to issuance of a permit specified in Section 106A3.2.6 of the San Francisco Building Code. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Project sponsor, contractor(s) and the ERO. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon findings by the ERO that the Plan is complete. C. Monitoring. After start of Construction Activities, the Contractor shall submit quarterly reports to the ERO documenting compliance with Project sponsor, Project sponsor, Considered complete the Plan. After completion of construction activities ar,d prior to contractor(s). Submit quarterly contractor(s) and the upon findings by the receiving a final certificate of occupancy, the project sponsor shall reports. ERO. ERO that the Plan is submit to the ERO a final report summarizing construction activities, being/has been including the start and end dates and duration of each cqnstruction implemented. r­r­('I') N File No.2016-004905ENV . 1052-1060 Folsom Streefand 190-194 Russ Street Page 10 of 10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL phase, and the specific information required in the Plan. Project Mitigation Measure 4 -Best Available Technology for Diesel Generators (Implementing Neighborhoods PEIR Mitigation Measure G-4)
.Control Eastern The project sponsor shall ensure that the backup diesel generator meet or exceed one of the following emission standards for· particulate matter: (1) Tier 4 certified engine, or (2) Tier 2 or Tier 3 certified engine that is equipped with a . California Air Resources Board (ARB) Level 3 Verified Diesel Emissions Control Strategy (VDECS). A non-verified diesel emission control strategy may be used if the filter has the same particulate matter reduction as the identical ARB verified model and if the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) approves of its use. The project sponsor shall submit documentation of compliance with .the BAAQMD New Source Review permitting process (Regulation 2, Rule 2, and Regulation 2, Rule 5) and the emission standard requirement of this mitigation measure to the Planning Department for review and approval prior to issuance of a permit for a backup diesel generator from .any City agency. Project Mitigation Measure 5 -Hazardous Building Materials
(Implementing Eastern Neighborhoods PEIR Mitigation Measure L-1)
The sponsor shall ensure that any equipment containing PCBs or DEHP, such as fluorescent light ballasts, are removed and properly disposed of according to applicable federal, state, and local laws prior to the start of renovation, and that any fluorescent light tubes, which could contain mercury, are similarly removed and properly disposed of. Any other hazardous materials identified, either before or during work, shall be abated according to applicable federal, state, and local laws. Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor Project sponsor and construction contractor(s). Mitigation Action and Schedule Prior to issuance of permit for backup diesel generator from City agency. Prior to and during demolition and construction activities. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Submittal of plans detailing compliance and documentation of compliance with BAAQMD Regulation 2, Rules 2 and 5. The project sponsor and construction contractor(s) to submit a report to the Department of Public Health, with copies to the Planning Department and the Department of Building Inspection, at end of the construction period. Status/Date
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APPUCA.TWN Appellant's lnforma~ion Name: Angelica Cabande Address: 1110 Howard St acabande@somcan.org Email Address:
Telephone: 415-255-7693 Neighborhood Group Organization Information N-to . t· South of Market Community Action Network ame o rgan,za 10n:
-Address: 1110 Howard St Property Information
. Add 1052-1060 Folom St & 190-194 Russ St ProJect ress:
Project Application (PRJ) Record No:· 2016-0o49o5CUA Date ofDecision (if any): -December 20, 2018 Required Criteria for Granting Waiver All must be satisfied; please attach supporting materials .
. REQUIRED CRITERIA Email Address:
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Building Permit No:
·Toe appellant is a member of the stated neighborhood organization and is authorizei;I to file the appeal on behalf of the organization. Authorization may take the form of a letter signed by the President or other officer of the organization. The appellant is appealing on behalf of an organization that is registered with the Planning Department and that appears on the Department's current list of neighborhood organizations. The appellant is appealing on behalf of an organization that has been in existence at least 24 months prior ·
to the submittal of the fee waiver request. Existence may be established by evidence including that relating to the organization's activities at that time such as meeting minutes, resolutions, publications and rosters. The appellant is appealing on behalf of a neighborhood organi'zation that is affected by the project and that is the subject of the appeal. YES
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Friday, February 01, 2019 12:15 PM Sue Hestor; David Gordon Woo; Fleishhacker, William; asbarkley@duanemorris.com;
paolo@realtywestsf.com GIVNER, JON (CAT); STACY, KATE (CAT); JENSEN, KRISTEN (CAT); Rahaim, John
(CPC); Sanchez, Scott (CPC); Gibson, Lisa (CPC); Jain, Devyani (CPC); Navarrete, Joy
(CPC); Lynch, Laura (CPC); Sider, Dan (CPC); Rodgers, AnMarie (CPC); Starr, Aaron (CPC);
Espiritu, Christopher (CPC); Sucre, Richard (CPC); lonin, Jonas (CPC); Rosenberg, Julie
(BOA); Cantara, Gary (BOA); Longaway, Alec (BOA); BOS-Supervisors; BOS-Legislative Aides; Calvillo, Angela (BOS); Somera, Alisa (BOS); BOS Legislation, (BOS);
ramneek@s2partners.com; ramneek@s2psf.com REQUESTS FOR CONTINUANCE: Appeal of CEQA Community Plan Evaluation and Conditional Use Authorization -1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Project­
Appeal Hearing on February 12, 2019 0097, 190093 Please find linked below a letter received by the Office of the Clerk of the Board from the project sponsor and the appellant, regarding requests for continuance of regarding the appeals of both the Community Plan Evaluation under CEQA and Conditional Use Authorization for the proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street·
Project. Project Sponsor Letter-January 29, 2019 Appellant Letter -February 1, 2019 The appeal hearings for these matters are currently scheduled for a 3:00 p.m. special order before the Board on February 12, 2019. I invite you to review the entire matter on our Legislative Research Center by following the links below:
Board of Supervisors File No. 190093 Board of Supervisors File No. 190097 Regards, Brent Jalipa Legislative Clerk Board of Supervisors -Clerk's Office Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244 San Francisco, CA 94102
{415) 554-7712 I Fax: (415) 554-5163 brent.jalipa@sfgov.org I www.sfbos.org
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(I{). Click here to complete a Board of Supervisors Customer Service Satisfaction form Disclosures: Personal information that is provided in communications to the Board of Supervisors is subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act and the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance. Personal information provided will not be redacted. Members of the public are not required
~o provide personal identifying information when they communicate with the Board of Supervisors and its committees. All written or oral communications that members of the public submit to the Clerk's Office regarding pending legislation or hearings will be made available to all members of the public for inspection and copying. The Clerk's Office does not redact any information.from these submissions. This means that personal information-including names, phone numbers, addresses and similar information that a member of the public elects to submit to the Board and its committees-may appear on the Board of Supervisors' website or in other public documents that members of the public may inspect or copy. 52-1060 Folsom Street & 190~194 Russ Street
·190093 'JUPJi FEB -I AM 11: 46 Appeal of CEQA Community Plan Evaluation -B'(~_, :{!-:(?:.,, .... :a :-' .---~'. Appe~l'of Conditional Use Authorizatio~ ·. ~
Appellc;mt SQut~ of .M~rket CommuniW Action Network (SOM,CA.N) req1:1e~ts 'B9s ·
to continue hearing on these appeals from February 12 to March 19, 2019 due to problems with records~
' Proposed project at 1052-1056 F~lsom & 190-194 Russ St r~quires Pla~'riing 'commi!'iSIOn analysis ~nd /; ' ;
findings on SHADOWS Projec:t'wiil cast o:~ VICTbRIA MANOLO DRAVES PARK before voting to app~ove project. SOM CAN. appeals ch,allenge that ana.lysis andthe l'roject approvals ... Surrounding residents .in So~th of Market is a.working class community of Filipinos, immigrants, families,, senior and child,ren .. They have extremely limited access to open space. The South of Market ha.sonly. two parks -South Park (east of 3rd St and south of Bryant} and Victoria ivianoio Draves Park. Resi(:ients do not in an area with back yards. There is a serious lack of sunlit open space. Planning C9mmission heard and approv~d Project the afternoon of Thursday, December. Z0;.2018, . following a separate independent hearing by Recreation and Pa.rk ~ommission th_e. morning of December 20, 2018. Attorney for appellant SOM CAN, Sue Hester, made request for records to Doug Vu, planner at Plannirig Department to Project De'cember 20; 2018. se·parate request'was made for CEQA files. A second records request was made to Doug Vu on Friday, December 21, 2018. Vu opened . ' . .. . . . .. ·. . both emails requesting files December 21, 2018. 'No reply was sent. . .. . . On Monday, December 24, 2018, Hestor went fo Planning Department to review·files/dockets on ·, Project. CEQA files/docket were available and reviewed. Hestor requested that staff call Vu t.o _ determine whether they.would be.available(Wednc;isday>P~cemb~r 26. Pla~riing be~?rtme~tstaJ'
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• Hestor sent 3rd email to Doug Vu requesting to review files. An automatic reply was sent th?t Vu W'iJS no longer at Planning _Departn:,ent and !?ender sho1Jld contact_ Richard Sucre 'ff no new plann~/~as ide-~tified_on °Pr~pe,rty lnf~rmatio~ Map.· 'This wa~ first infqrmation that he had left December 21, On December 26, 2018 seri~s cif requests for documer	s'with various persons. at. P·lanning Depart~~nt began. First reply was December 31, 2018 when 11Records Request Planning Departn'ient;i si:~ted that. they would endeavor to reply by January 10, 2019. Hestor made repeated unsuccessful attempts to get both project files and final motions of approval ·
from Planning Department. The first appeal filing deadline was to Board of Appeals f:riday, January 4, 2019. AU appeals require that final MOTION be provided at time appeal filed. With the assistance of Executive Director of Board of Appeals, fin a I Motions approving project were made available .late January .2, 2019. Planning was unable to locate any paper .files/dockets ~n Project after Vu left the ~epartment. On J~nuary 24, 2019 new "dockets" -that had been created for Project Conditional Use (CUA), Large
· · · Project Authorization (ENX), and Variance (VAR)-were put outfor review; There was no SHADOW file or docket, despite the SHADOW action being MANDATORY action by Planning Comm.ission prior to. their taking any further action. Newly created CUA and ENX dockets co.ntained final approval motion with approved plans, applica.tion, Project staff report provided to Planning Commission on December 13, 2018 and a few other items, Planning referred SOM CAN attorney to DVDs of emails to obtain all other information on the Project.
· Information on shadow analysis requires plans for building -in various iterations, and impacts of shadows cast. Dialog between planners reviewing shadows cast, spaces in the park, use of those spaces is important and Integral to analysis required of shadow impacts (Proposition K). Since there are no paper files containing any of this information, appellant must solely rely on what is on DVD and its substantial comments. Information in the DVD is replete with attachments which are difficult for the public to open. Many require access to a color printer. DVDs supposedly containing all emails on project were prpvided to SOM CAN on January 31, 2019. Since December iO, 2018, in addition to planner leaving Planning at COB December Z1 following have affected ability to get records: Planning Commrssion hiatus -December 21-January 9. BOS hiatus -to January 7. Transition at new BOS -January 8 etc. MLK Holiday-January 21. .
· Two days ago developer asked BOS to continue hearing on appeals to February 26 so it may prepare answer. Developer has been consulting wrth Planning Department staff on project, and supplying documents on project since 2016. they already know what. is in email attachments that have only been provided to appellants in past week. Appellants must review and open hundreds of emails AND ATIACHMENTS which appear to have been finally provided yesterday to be able to prepare for hearing and submit brief. SOMCAN requests that app~al hearings be continued to March 19. SOMCAN can then file its brief by March 8. SUE HESTOR Attorney for SOM CAN hestor@earthlink.net 5 846. 1021 (cell) NEWYORK LONDON SINGAPORE PHILADELPHrA CffiCAGO WASHINGTON, DC SAN FRANCISCO SILICON VALLEY SAN DIEGO LOS ,ANGELES TAIWAN BOSTON HOUSTON AUSTtN HANO! HO CHI MINH CITY January 29, 2019 VIA E-MAIL President Norman Yee Duane Morris®
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• 1l'w.duanemorris.com and Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244 San Francisco, CA 94102-4689 SHANGHAI ATLANTA BALTIMORE WILMINGTON MIAMI BOCARATON PITTSBURGH NEWARK LAS VEGAS CHERRYHJLL LAKE TAHOE MYANMAR OMAN A GCC REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE OF DUANE MORRIS ALLIANCES IN MEX!CO . AND SRI LANKA Re: File NO. 190093 and 190097 -Appeal of CEQA Community Plan Evaluation and Conditional Use Authorization -1052 -1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Dear President Norman Yee and Members of the Board of Supervisors:
We are writing on behalf of our client, Golden Properties LLC, the project sponsor of the project that is subject of the above referenced appeals, which have been scheduled for hearing before the Board on February 12th, 2019. We understand that any documentation that the project sponsor wants to submit to the Board members prior to the hearing must be provided to· the Clerk's office by 12:00 pm, 11 days before the hearing, or this Friday February 1st_ We were not informed of the hearing date nor copies of the appeal statements from the Clerk of the Board until yesterday afternoon, Monday January 28th. Consequently, there is very little time to prepare and submit adequate documentation for two separate appeals for the Board's consideration. Given the late notice of the hearing date, it would be unfair to have the hearing proceed orisuch an expedited schedule. On this basis we request a continuance to Tuesday February 26, 19, which would be the next regular Board meeting after February 12, 2019, the date for which the hearing is currently scheduled. DUANE MORRIS LLP SPEAR TOWER, ONE. MARKET PLAZA, SUITE 2200 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94105-1127 PHONE: +l 415 957 3000 FAX: +I 415 957 3001 24034_2 President Norman Yee January 29, 2019 Page2 Thank you for your consideration of our request. ASB cc: Angela Calvillo, Clerk of the Board Alisa Somera, Deputy Clerk Paul Iantomo Very truly yours, DUANE MORRIS LLP Duane Morris Lew, Lisa (BOS)
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HEARING NOTICE: Appeal of CEQA Community Plan Evaluation and Conditional Use Authorization -1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Project -Appeal Hearing on February 12, 2019 0097, 190093 The Office of the Clerk of the Board has scheduled a hearing for Special Order before the Board of Supervisors on February 12, 2019, at 3:00 p.m., to hear the appeals of both the Community Plan Evaluation under CEQA and Conditional Use Authorization for the proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Project.
<Jlease find the following link to the hearing notice for the matter. Public Hearing Notice -January 29, 2019 I invite you to review the entire matter on our Legislative Research Center by following the links below:
Board of Supervisors File No. 190093 Board of Supervisors File No. 190097 Regards, Brent Jalipa Legislative Cl.erk Board of Supervisors -Clerk's Office Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244 San Francisco, CA 94102
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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco will hold a public hearing to consider the following appeals and said public hearings will be held as follows, at which time all interested parties may
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Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Time: 3:00 p.m. Location: Legislative Chamber, City Hall, Room 250 Dr. Carlton 8. Goodlett, Place, San Francisco, CA94102 Subject: File No. 190093. Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to a Community Plan Evaluation by the Planning Department under the California Environmental Quality Act issued on December 11, 2018, for the proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street, approved on December 20, 2018, to demolish the existing buildings on the project site, merge three lots into a single lot, and construct a new seven-story, approximately 64 feet and 6 inches tall, 59,000-gross-square-foot mixed use building with 63 dwelling units (four units designated as replacement for four existing rent-controlled units, 15 units would be designated as below market rate units, the remaining 44 dwelling units would be market rate), and approximately 2,800 square feet of ground floor retail use. (District 6) (Appellant: Sue Hestor, on behalf of South of Market Community Action Network) (Filed January 22, 2019)
88 Continues on Next Page Hearing Notice -Appeal -1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Hearing Date; February 12, 2019 Page2 File No. 190097. Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the certification of a Conditional Use Authorization pursuant to Planning Code, Sections 121.1, 121.7, 303, and 317, for a proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street1 Assessor's Parcel Block No. 3731, Lot Nos. 021, 023, and 7, identified in Planning Case No. 2016.004905CUA, issued by the Planning Commission by Motion No. 20361, dated December
, 2018, for the development of a lot greater than 10,000 square feet, merger of lots that result in a street frontage greater than 50 feet; and the demolition of four existing dwelling units for the project involving the demolition of five exiting buildings, merger of three lots, and the construction of a seven-story mixed-use building containing 2,832 square feet of ground floor commercial retail use and 55,887 square feet of residential use for 63 dwelling units, and a ground floor garage with access from a new driveway on Rwss C'h~~+ -,.,;+h:~ +h~ c~~lf,., l\lr'T /1\1,,,ir<hhrwhnnrl 0nn,n,ort"'i~l Tr~ndt \JLI cct, VVlll 1111 LI·~ UUIVICI. '"'\JI \I '11\..rl~I UJVI l lVV'-'I '-,,l'Vl 11111'-'l .._,,.....,_,

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In accordance with Administrative Code, Section 67.7-1, persons who are unable
· to attend the hearing on this matter may submit written comments, prior to the time the hearing begins. These comments will be made as part of the official public record in this matter and shall be brought to the attention of the Board of Supervisors. Written comments should be addressed to Angela Calvilio, Clerk of the Board, City Hall, l Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244, San Francisco, CA, 94102. Information relating to this matter is available in, the Office of the Clerk of the Board. Agenda information relating to .this matter will be availaple for public review on Friday, February 8, 2019. DATED/MAI LED/POSTED: January 29, 2019 2389 i
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• Q..d'1;]1., Angela Calvillo Clerk of the Board City Hall BOARD of SUPERVISORS Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244 San Francisco 94102-4689 Tel. No. 554-5184 Fax No. 554-5163 TDD/TTY No; 544-5227 PROOF OF MAILING Legislative File No. 190093 and 190097 Description of Items: Public Hearing Notices -Hearing -Appeal of CEQA Community Plan Evaluation and Conditional Use Aut.horization -1052-1060 Folsom Street and 0-194 Russ Street -489 Notices Mailed I, Brent Jalipa , an employee of the City and County of San Francisco, rnaiied the above described document(s) by depositing the sealed items with the United States Postal Service (USPS). with the postage fully prepaid as follows:
Date: January 29, 2019 Time: 10:55 a.m. USPS Location: Repro Pick-up Box in the Clerk of the Board's Office (Rm 244)
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Instructions: Upon completion, original must be filed in the above referenced file. Lew, Lisa (BOS)
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APPEAL CHECK PICKUP: Appeal of CEQA CPE and Conditional Use Authorization -Proposed 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Project -Appeal Hearing on February 12, 2019 0097, 190093 Two checks for the appeal filing fee for the CEQA Community Plan Evaluation and Conditional Use Authorization appeal of the proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street is ready to be picked up here in the Clerk's Office weekdays from 8 a.m. through 5 p.m. Fee waivers for both appeals have been filed as well. Thanks, as always, Brent Jalipa Legislative Clerk Board of Supervisors -Clerk's Office 1. Dr. Car.ltcin B. Goodlett Place, Room 244
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Subject: Appeal of CEQA Community Plan Evaluation and Conditional Use Authorizatio'n -1052-1060 Folsom Street and 0-194 Russ Street Project-Appeal Hearing on February 12, 2019 Good afternoon, The Office of the Clerk of the Board has scheduled a hearing for Special Order before the Board of Supervisors on February 12, 2019, at 3:00 p.rn. Please find linked below letters of appeal filed against the proposed project at 1052-i060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street, as well as direct links to the Planning Department's determination of timelines_s for the appeal, and an informational letter from the Clerk of the Board. CEQA Community Plan Evaluation Appeal Letter -January 22, 2019 Conditional Use Appeal Letter -January 22, 2019 Planning Department Memo -January 25, 2019 Clerk of the Board Letter -January 28, 2019 I invite you to review the entire matter on our Legislative Research Center by following the link below:
Board of Supervisors File No. 190093 Board of Supervisors File No. 190097 Please note that the truncated hearing schedule due to the Board not having a regular meeting scheduled on February 19 in observance of President's Day holiday. Our office must notice this appeal hearing by close of business tomorrow, on Tuesday, January 29, 2019. If you have any special recipients for the hearing notice, kindly provide the list of addresses for interested parties in spreadsheet format to us by 12:00pm, Tuesday, january 29, 2019. Thank you,
. Brent Jalipa Board of Supervisors -Clerk's Office
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($617), representing the filing fee paid by Angelica C. Cabande
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Appeal of CEQA Community.Plan Evaluation and Conditional Use Authorization -52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Project -Appeal Hearing on F.ebruary
,2019 0097, 190093 The Office of the Clerk of the Board has scheduled a hearing fgr Special Order before the Board of Supervisors. on February 12, .2019, at 3:00 p.m. Please find linked below letters of appeal filed against the proposed project at 1052-60 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street, as well as direct links to the Planning Department's determination of timeliness for the appeal, and an informational letter from the Clerk of the Board. CEQA Community Plan Evaluation Appeal Letter-January 22, 2019 Conditional Use Appeal Letter -January 22, 2019 Planning Department Memo -January 25, 2019 Clerk of the Board Letter -January 28, 2019 I invite you to review the entire matter on our Legislative Research Center by following the link below:
Board of Supervisors File No. 190093 Board of Supervisors File No. 190097 Please note that the truncated hearing schedule due to the Board not having a regular meeting scheduled on February 19 in observance of President's Day holiday. Our office must notice this appeal hearing by close of business tomorrow, on Tuesday, January 29, 2019. If you have any special recipients for the hearing notice, kindly provide the list of addresses for interested parties in spreadsheet format to us by 12:00pm; Tuesday, January 29, 2019. Thank you, Brent Jalipa Board of Supervisors -Clerk's Office Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244 San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 554-7712 I Fax: (415) 554-5163 brent.jalipa@sfgov.org I www.sfbos.org BOARD of SUPERVISORS January 28, 2019 Sue Hestor Attorney for South of Market Community Action Network 0 Market Street, #1128 San Francisco, CA 94102 City Hall 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244 San Francisco 94102-4689 Tel. No. 554-5184 Fax No. 554-5163 TDDffTY No. 554-5227 Subject: File No. 190093 and 190097 -Appeal of CEQA Community Plan Evaluation and Conditional Use Authorization -1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Dear Ms. Hestor:
The Office of the Clerk of the Board is in receipt of a memorandum dated January 25, 19, from the Planning Department regarding their determination on the timely filing of appeal of the CEQA Community Plan Evaluation for the proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street. The Planning Department has determined that the appeal was filed in a timely manner
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The conditional use appeal was filed with the subscription of five members of the Board of Supervisors, and therefore meets the filing requirements of Planning Code, Section 308.1. Pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 31.16, and Planning Code, Section 308.1, a hearing date has been scheduled for Tuesday, February ·12, 2019, at 3:00 p.m., at the Board of Supervisors meeting to be held in City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Legislative Chamber, Room 250, San Francisco, CA 94102. Please provide to the Clerk's Office by noon:
days prior to the hearing: . names and addresses of interested parties to be notified of the hearing, in spreadsheet format; and days prior to the hearing: any documentation which you may want available to the Board members prior to the hearing. For the above, the Clerk's office requests one electronic file (sent to bos.legislation@sfgov.org) and two copies of the documentation for distribution. Continues on next page
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. hard copies of the m$teriaJs to the C_lerk's Office for distribution. If you are unable to make the deadlines prescribed above, it is your responsibility to ensure that all parties receive copies of the materials. If you have qny questions, please feel free to contact Legislative Clerks· Brent Jalipa at
(415) 554-7712, L,isa Lew at (415) 554-7718, or Jocelyn Wong at (415) 554-7720. Very truly yours, o: Paul lantorno, Golden Properties LLC, Project Sponsor Jon Givner, Deputy City Attorney · Kate Stacy, Dep_uty City Attorney Kristen ~ensen, Deputy·City Attorney Corey Teague, Zoning Administrator, Planning Department Scott Sanchez, Acting Deputy Zoning Administrator, Planning Department Li~a Gib~on, Environmental Review Officer, Planning Department Devyatii Jain, Deputy Eni/ironmehtal Review Officer, planning Department Joy Navarette, Erivironm·ental Plf!nni11g, Planning Department Laura Lynch, Environmental Planning, Planning Department An Marie Rodgers, Director .of Citywide Pla,nni'ng, Planning Department Dan Sitjer, Director of Executive Programs, Planning Department A?ron Starr, Matiag·er of Legisla\ive ·Affairs, Planning Department Christopher Espiritu, Staff Con tac!, Planning Department Doug Vu, Staff Contact, Planning Department Julie Rosenberg, Executive Director, Board of App$als Gary Canti;:tra, Legal Assistant, Boan;l of Appeals Ale.o LongaWay, Legal Proc13ss Clerk, Board of Appeals · Print Form · I Introduction Form By a Member of the Board of Supervisors or Mayor Time stamp
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Hearing -Appeal of Conditional Use Authorization -Proposed Project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street The text is listed:
Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the certification of a Conditional Use Authorization pursuant to Planning Code, Sections 121.1, 121.7, 303, and 317, for a proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street, Assessor's Parcel Block No. 3731, Lot Nos. 021, 023, and 087, identified in Planning Case No. 16.004905CUA, issued by the Planning Commission by Motion No. 20361, dated December 20, 2018, for the development of a lot greater than 10,000 square feet, merger of lots that result in a street frontage greater than 50 feet, and the demolition of four existing dwelling units for the project involving the demolition of five exiting buildings, m@rger of three lots, and the construction of a seven-story mixed-use building containing 2,832 square feet of ground floor commercial retail use and 55,887 square feet of residential use for 63 dwelling units, and a ground floor garage with access from a new driveway on Russ Street, within the SoMa NCT (Neighborhood Commercial Transit) and RED (Residential, Enclave) Zoning Districts, and SoMa Youth and Family Special Use District, a 65-X height and bulk district. (District 6) (Appellant: Sue Hestor, on South of Market Community Action Network) (Filed January 22, 19) ----Signature of Sponsofing Supervisor: I.. -, Q~
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