- SAN FRANCISCO GUIDE TO RECALL ELECTIONS
- Citizenfour at Landmark Theatres
- BREAKING / FOX NEWS: Airbnb is NOT an Ebola Virus Threat!
- The Not-Shared Economy of Airbnb in San Francisco
- Astrophysics with David Chiu. Lesson 1. “Black Holes: Why They Cannot Share”
- The new San Francisco Gold Rush has begun!
- Bad Neighbor
- Bay Area
- Bill of Rights Redacted
- Bullshit Statistics
- Bullshit Tech Journalism
- business bastards
- computer shit
- corporate welfare
- dumbass hardware
- dumbass software
- Ellis Act Evictions
- Fallen Idols
- GOP Malevolence
- gun control
- I'm not sure I believe this…
- internet crazy
- internet politics
- marriage equality
- New SF Tech Class
- please die (gently) in your sleep
- please live forever
- Private Commuter Shuttle Buses
- Recall David Chiu
- Recall Jane Kim
- Recall Mayor Ed Lee
- self-entitled ass
- Sexual Assault
- SF Bay Area
- Sharing Economy
- supreme court
- Take Action
- Tenant Landlord
- the last straw has left the station
- This is why we need more Liberal Arts programs
- Too Many Luxury Condos
- Vote 2016
- Vote! 2014
- why hast thou forsaken me?
see Document Link
II. WHO MAY BE SUBJECT TO RECALL?
San Francisco Charter § 14.103, California Elections Code § 11007
Under the San Francisco Charter, the following local officials may be subject to a recall:
Any elected official of the City and County
The City Administrator
Any member of the Airport Commission
Any member of the governing board of the Unified School District
Any member of the governing board of the Community College District
Any member of the Ethics Commission.
Any member of the Public Utilities Commission.
However, no recall petition may be initiated with respect to an officer who has held office
for less than six months or who has had a recall election determined in his or her favor within the
last six months. In addition, an officer whose term ends within six months or less may not be
The first stumbling block is…
For this reason, a petition to recall an elected official may not call for a replacement election. Instead, the recall petition should include a request that the Mayor or the Board of Supervisors appoint a person to fill the vacancy created by the recall, if it is successful.
Recall Mayor Ed Lee, and our Board of Bad Supervisors will appoint Ron Conway to mayor.
Recall some bad supervisors, and Ed Lee will replace them with clones.
So we need a strategy.
1. Recall Mayor Ed Lee
This might put ‘the fear of god’ into some of the supervisors. No-one will want to be next, so some might veer toward a better, popular, choice for us for mayor.
2. Recall David Chiu
If he wins (I hope not) the Assembly seat this will be moot? If not, he’s got to go.
(we can work on recalling him from the Assembly later on)
3. Ask Jane Kim if she wants to be next
One more “I’m with you all the way, up to when I vote–then I’m against you” incident, and out she goes. She talks the talk, but she votes out of the other side of her mouth. This has to end, one way or another.
4. ??? (mulling it over…)
Here are some tallies of San Francisco Board of Supervisors documented meetings with lobbyists’ clients over the past few years.
These include lobbyists meetings with the supervisors’ aides.
Meetings with a lobbyist’s client less than 12 per year are not included.
|2014||23||Archdiocese Of San Francisco||8||Scott Wiener|
|2013||44||San Francisco Association Of Realtors||3||David Chiu|
|2013||17||Rescue Air Systems, Inc.||3||David Chiu|
|2013||13||Airbnb Inc.||3||David Chiu|
|2013||12||Committee On Jobs||3||David Chiu|
|2012||34||Boma San Francisco||3||David Chiu|
|2012||34||Lennar Urban||10||Malia Cohen|
|2011||51||Boma San Francisco||3||David Chiu|
|2011||36||California Pacific Medical Center||2||Mark Farrell|
|2011||14||Paul Sluis, Esquire||10||Malia Cohen|
|2011||14||At&t California||8||Scott Wiener|
|2011||12||California Pacific Medical Center||3||David Chiu|
|2011||12||Neighbors Of 800 Presidio/roger Miles||2||Mark Farrell|
|2010||32||California Nurses Association / National Nurses Organizing Committee||9||David Campos|
|2010||20||California Music And Culture Association||3||David Chiu|
|2010||19||Lennar Communities||10||Malia Cohen|
|2010||16||Committee On Jobs||3||David Chiu|
To the best of my knowledge…
BOMA = Building Owners and Managers Association (“Welcome to BOMA San Francisco, the voice of commercial real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area”)
Lennar Urban = “Lennar Urban is a pioneer in land acquisition and urban development activities”
Lennar Urban Website
Committee On Jobs = SAN FRANCISCO COMMITTEE ON JOBS (“The Committee strives to influence local legislation and city policy that pertains to business, and the Partnership tries to attract new business to San Francisco”)
Committee On Jobs Website
These are “NOTICE OF CONSTRAINTS ON REAL PROPERTY” records posted by City Recorder, which is required prior to an Ellis Act Eviction.
They were downloaded recently from CRIIS website. They are not necessarily complete.
They did not necessarily end in an eviction. They might have ended in a ‘buy-out’.
There might be errors…
(some months are empty–might be missing, or nothing was filed that month; will check (and fix) when possible)
Click on link per file for that year.
In the file…
Click on links for CRIIS website owner, records info
Click on APN number (####?-###?) for link to SF Planning Property Map website (from there you can click a link to see all CRIIS records for that property)
*note: if SF Planning site offers multiple APNs, APN listed here has probably been sub-divided
*note: some CRIIS links may show more names than listed here; these are not necessarily involved in intent to evict notice
(April and May appear to be missing (or none filed))
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2000.HTML: 143
(March, July, September and November appear to be missing (or none filed))
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2001.HTML: 137
(January, May and June appear to be missing (or none filed))
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2002.HTML: 264
(January appears to be missing (or none filed))
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2003.HTML: 857
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2004.HTML: 553
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2005.HTML: 448
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2006.HTML: 331
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2007.HTML: 304
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2008.HTML: 316
(October appears to be missing (or none filed))
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2009.HTML: 161
(July appears to be missing (or none filed))
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2010.HTML: 170
(July, September and November appear to be missing (or none filed))
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2011.HTML: 121
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2012.HTML: 233
(January appears to be missing (or none filed))
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2013.HTML: 321
CONSTRAINTS.2014(Jan to early Oct)
Count of notices filed in CONSTRAINTS.2014.HTML: 303
Year 2014 is predicted at 378 total (303 so far, minus 19 in October, divided by 3, times 4)