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Meeting Name: Special City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/22/2019 6:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Municipal Services Building, Council Chambers 33 Arroyo Drive, South San Francisco, CA
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19-492 13. Study SessionStudy Session regarding City of South San Francisco’s Draft Green Infrastructure Plan. (Matthew Ruble, Principal Engineer, and Andrew Wemmer, Environmental Compliance Supervisor).   Not available Not available
19-134 14. Staff ReportReport regarding renter protection measures for residential tenants in South San Francisco. (Nell Selander, Deputy Director of Economic Development and Housing)   Not available Not available
19-436 11. Staff ReportReport regarding a study session exploring the potential adoption of an ordinance increasing the minimum wage citywide to $15 per hour. (Christina Fernandez, Assistant to the City Manager)   Not available Not available
19-608 12. Staff ReportReport regarding an update on outreach efforts concerning the potential regulation of Flavored Tobacco and E-Cigarettes. (Christina Fernandez, Assistant to the City Manager)   Not available Not available
19-637 15. Staff ReportReport regarding a resolution approving 1) the acquisition of a Below Marker Rate (BMR) unit at South City Lights, 2) approving the use of $350,000 from the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund (Fund 205) for the preservation and sale of the BMR unit, 3) authorizing the City Manager to execute documents in connection with such preservation. (Deanna Talavera, Management Analyst II)   Not available Not available
19-643 15a. ResolutionResolution approving the acquisition of a Below Marker Rate (BMR) unit at South City Lights, approving budget amendment number 20.009 authorizing the expense of $350,000 and revenue of $525,000 in the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund (Fund 205) for the preservation and resale of the BMR unit, and authorizing the City Manager to execute documents in connection with such preservation and resale of the unit at a BMR price.   Not available Not available