- Call to order and announcements
- HSFOB Members
- Chair Shanti Singh
- Co-Chair Fernando Martí
- Secretary Gen Fujioka
- Member Saki Bailey
- Member John Baranski
- Members of Public
- John Avalos, Council of Community Housing Organizations
- Charlie Sciammas, Council of Community Housing Organizations
- Joseph Smooke, SF Anti-Displacement Coalition
- Hope Williams
- Meg Heisler
- Carrie Kingman
- MOHCD Staff
- Kyra Geithman, Associate Director of Community Affairs
- HSFOB Members
- Consideration of MOHCD’s updated Draft Housing Preservation Program Guidelines
- Presentation from MOHCD
- Comments by representatives from Council of Community Housing Organizations (CCHO) and San Francisco Anti-Displacement Coalition (SFADC)
- Public Comment
- Discussion by Board with potential recommendations to the next full board meeting
- Next subcommittee meetings
- General public comment
Date & Time
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Meeting ID: 873 7759 8037
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HSFOB Resolution 2022-01: Housing Preservation Subcommittee
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