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5b) Authorizing a First Amendment to the Personal Services Contract with Hawk Engineers
Inc., a California Corporation, to expand the scope of services and to increase the
contract amount by $50,000 to provide infrastructure technical support services for Phase 1
of the Hunters Point Shipyard for a total contract amount not to exceed $100,000; Hunters
Point Shipyard Redevelopment Project Area. (Action) (Resolution No. 75-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment A
    Resolution

5c) Authorizing a First Amendment to the Personal Services Contract with Hawk
Engineers, Inc., a California Corporation to expand the scope of services and to increase
the contract amount by $74,000 to provide infrastructure technical support services for
Phase 2 of the Hunters Point Shipyard and Candlestick Point for a total contract amount not
exceed $124,000; Hunters Point Shipyard Redevelopment Project Area and Bayview Hunters
Point Redevelopment Project Area. (Action) (Resolution No. 76-2014)

        Attachment B
    Resolution 

5d) Authorizing the execution of a Modification to the Security Services Cooperative
Agreement with the U.S. Department of the Navy (the “Navy”) for security services on
Navy-owned land at the Hunters Point Shipyard that (1) extends the term until the last
Navy-owned parcel is transferred to the Successor Agency or the Conveyance Agreement with
the Navy is terminated, whichever is sooner, or the Navy has satisfied the criteria to sell
Navy-owned parcels to third parties as set forth in the Conveyance Agreement, and (2)
allows Security Services Cooperative Agreement expenditures that are authorized through the
annual budget without additional Commission action, paid for by the Navy; Hunters Point
Shipyard Project Area. (Action) (Resolution No. 77-2014)

    Memorandum
    Resolution 

5e) Authorizing an Amended and Restated Memorandum of Understanding with the City and
County of San Francisco, through its San Francisco Planning Department, to extend the term
of the memorandum of understanding from fiscal year 2014-15 to fiscal year 2015-16, to
increase the budget by an amount not to exceed $225,000, for a total aggregate amount not
to exceed $675,000, and to expand the scope of work to provide design and environmental
review process for the Golden State Warriors project. (Action) (Resolution No. 78-2014) 

    Memorandum
        Attachment A
    Resolution

5f) Authorizing, pursuant to the Transbay Implementation Agreement, the Executive
Director to execute an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with MA West, a joint venture
limited liability company between Golub Real Estate Corp., an Illinois corporation, and The
John Buck Company, a limited liability company, for a proposed commercial project on Block
5 (Assessor’s Block 3718, portion of Lot 025 and portion of Lot 027), located on Howard
Street between Beale and Main Streets; Transbay Redevelopment Project Area. (Discussion
and Action) (Resolution No. 79-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment 1
        Attachment 2
        Attachment 3
    Resolution
        Exhibit 1

5g) Conditionally approving a variation to the Transbay Redevelopment Plan’s on-site
affordable housing requirement as it applies to the mixed-use project at 181 Fremont
Street, subject to approval by the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San
Francisco in its capacity as legislative body for the Successor Agency to the San Francisco
Redevelopment Agency, and authorizing the acceptance of a future payment of $13.85 million
to the Successor Agency for use in fulfilling its affordable housing obligations in the
Project Area; Transbay Redevelopment Project Area. (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No.
80-2014)

    Memorandum
        Exhibit A
        Exhibit B
        Exhibit C
    Resolution

5h) Approving a Ground Lease that incorporates the acceptance of an Assignment of Deed
of Trust and Promissory Note with AMCAL Pacific Pointe Fund, L.P., with HPS Development
Co., L.P., for a 59-unit (plus one manager’s unit) affordable housing development serving
very low-income families at Block 49 pursuant to the 6th Amendment to the Phase 1 Hunters
Point Shipyard Disposition and Development Agreement; Hunters Point Shipyard Redevelopment
Area. (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 81-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment A
        Attachment B
        Attachment C
    Resolution

5i) Adopting environmental findings pursuant to the California Environmental Quality
Act; authorizing a Second Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement for
Candlestick Point and Phase 2 of the Hunters Point Shipyard with CP Development Co., LP,
subject to the approval of the Oversight Board of the City and County of San Francisco and
the California Department of Finance; Hunters Point Shipyard and Bayview Hunters Point
Redevelopment Project Areas. (Discussion and Action) (Resolution No. 82-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment A
        Attachment B
        Attachment C
        Attachment D
        Attachment E
        Attachment F
        Attachment G
        Attachment H
    Resolution

5j) Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of Taxable and Tax-Exempt Refunding Tax
Allocation Bonds in a Combined Aggregate Principal Amount Not to Exceed $300,000,000, and
Approving and Directing the Execution of an Indenture of Trust and a Bond Purchase
Contract, and Approval of Other Related Documents and Actions, Various Project Areas,
Subject to Oversight Board and Department of Finance Concurrence. (Discussion and Action)
(Resolution No. 83-2014)

    Memorandum
        Attachment A
        Attachment B
        Attachment C
        Attachment D
        Attachment E
    Resolution
        Exhibit A
        Exhibit B
        Exhibit C

5k) Workshop on the Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule for January 1, 2015 to June
30, 2015 (ROPS 14-15B). (Discussion)

    Memorandum
        Attachment A
        Attachment B

 

Informational Memorandum:

Transfering land ownership and assignment of the ground lease and permanent loan
for 474 Natoma Street (Assessor's Parcel Number 3725, Lot 101) to the Mayor's
Office of Housing and Community Development as Successor Housing Agency

    Informational Memorandum

Results of the initial phase of the selection process for evaluating the proposals
submitted in response to the Request for Proposals for a 135-unit affordable
housing project at 1300 4 th Street (Block 6 East); Mission Bay South
Redevelopment Project Area

    Informational Mamorandum

Informational Memorandum on composition of City and County of San Francisco
Treasury Oversight Committee and the Treasurer's Office RFPs banking services

    Informational Memorandum 

Informational Memorandum on Approval of Agency's Fiscal Year 2014/15
Budget

    Informational Memorandum
        Attachment A

Informational Memorandum on the University of California, San Francisco's
("UCSF") Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) Environmental Impact Report
("EIR") for the UCSF Mission Bay campus and other UCSF facilities; Mission
Bay South Redevelopment Project Area

    Informational Memorandum
        Attachment A
        Attachment B
        Attachment C Part 1
        Attachment C Part 2
            Appendices A-F
            Appendix G Part 1
            Appendix G Part 2
            Appendix G Part 3
            Appendix G Part 4
            Appendix H

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