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b) Amending the Personnel Policy to include sexual harassment and workplace violence. (Action) (Resolution No. 65-2014)

    Memorandum
    Resolution
        Attachment A

c) Authorizing a First Amendment to the Disbursement Agreement with HV Partners 2, LP, a California Limited Partnership, to extend the outside date permitted for the Ground Lease Closing to October 31, 2014, and increase the amount authorized for disbursal prior to Ground Lease Closing by $1,964,300, for a total amount allowed of $3,664,300, for ongoing predevelopment and infrastructure work associated with the development of approximately 107 very low- and low-income rental units pursuant to the Hunters View Phase II-III Rental Housing Loan Agreement, Middle Point and West Point Roads; Bayview Hunters Point Redevelopment Project Area. (Action) (Resolution No. 66-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment 1 Part 1
        Attachment 1 Part 2
        Attachment 2
    Resolution

d) Authorizing a Personal Services Contract with Urban Analytics, a California limited liability corporation, for fiscal consultant services in an amount not to exceed $53,000 related to the proposed issuance of tax allocation refunding revenue bonds and preparation of tax allocation bond annual secondary market disclosure reports with provision for extension through December 31, 2015 for additional disclosure and analytical work, in an amount not to exceed $12,000 for a total aggregate amount not to exceed $65,000. (Action) (Resolution No. 67-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment 1
    Resolution

e) Consenting to former Successor Agency Commissioner Theodore Ellington’s work with the Golden State Warriors regarding the development of an arena and event center under the Mission Bay South Owner Participation Agreement; Mission Bay South Redevelopment Project Area (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 68-2014)

    Memorandum
    Resolution

f) Commending and expressing appreciation of Theodore Ellington for his services upon the occasion of his departure from his position as commissioner of the Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure. (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 69-2014)

    Resolution

Items 5 (g) and 5 (h) related to Transbay Block 7 will be presented together but acted on separately)

    Memorandum
        Attachment 1
        Attachment 2
        Attachment 3
        Attachment 4 

g) Authorizing a Loan Agreement with Mercy Housing California 64, L.P., a California Limited Partnership, in the amount of $3,382,523, for predevelopment activities related to the construction of 84 affordable housing units plus one manager’s unit at 222 Beale Street on Transbay Block 7 and adopting environmental findings pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act; Transbay Redevelopment Project Area. (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 70-2014)

    Resolution

h) Approving a revision to the Transbay Block 7 Schematic Design Package, originally approved by the Commission on April 16, 2013, to reorganize some of the ground floor uses to create building efficiencies and add a story to increase the number of affordable units from 77 to 85 (including one manager’s unit) and making environmental findings pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act; Transbay Redevelopment Project Area. (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 71-2014)

    Resolution

i) Amending the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure’s (“OCII’s”) Debt Policy to reflect Redevelopment Dissolution Law, OCII’s responsibilities for Community Facilities District debt administration, and new federal disclosure requirements for issuers of public debt (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 72-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment 1
    Resolution
        Attachment A
            Exhibit 1

j) Amending the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure’s Investment Policy to reflect the use of the City and County of San Francisco Treasurer’s Office Investment Pool and to update references to state regulations. (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 73-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment A
    Resolution
        Attachment 1
            Exhibit 1

k) Authorizing the Executive Director to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between the San Francisco Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure and the City and County of San Francisco Controller’s Office of Public Finance for assistance with debt issuances and administration. (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 74-2014)

    Memorandum
    Resolution
        Exhibit A

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