Saturday July 23, 2011
Note Start Time and Special Location
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant Conference Room
3500 Great Highway, San Francisco, CA 94132
Willie B. Kennedy, President
Bobbrie Brown, Vice-President
Brigette R. Leblanc
Toye Moses, Executive Director
Francis Starr, Senior Management Assistant
Carla Vaughn, Executive Secretary
For more information, contact the Commission Secretary at 821-1534.
Minutes and other information are available on the SECFC web site:www.sfgov.org/sefacility
ORDER OF BUSINESS:
1.0 10:00 am: CALL MEETING TO ORDER & PURPOSE OF THE RETREAT.
By President Willie B. Kennedy.
1.1 PUC staff/representative introductions
2.0 ANNOUNCEMENT: The Sunshine Ordinance prohibits the use of electronic sound-producing devices at/during
public meetings. Please be advised that the meeting chair may remove any person(s) responsible for the ringing
or use of cell phones, pagers and similar and similar sound-producing electronic devices from the meeting room.
3.0 ROLL CALL
4.0 PUBLIC COMMENTS: Members of the public may address the Commission on matters that are within the
Commission’s jurisdiction and are not on today’s agenda after Commission discussion of an agenda item by
completing an information card and submitting it to the Commission secretary. Requests are given “first come,
first serve” priority and speakers will be limited to three minutes.
5.0 10:15.am: Introduction of Brenda Mabry and Sandy Sohcot: By Toye Moses
6.0 10:20 am: Review Retreat Agenda: By Sandy Sohcot
7.0 10:30 am: Introductory Comments by each Commissioner & staff member and agreements for retreat
discussion: By Sandy, Commissioners & Staff
8.0 10:50 am: Review mission of SECF, major accomplishments and the Annual Statement of Purpose for
July 1 thru June 30, 2011. By Toye Moses
9.0 11:15 am: Review and reach consensus on SECF Direction setting Goals & Vision Statements:
By Sandy, Commissioners and Staff
11.0 12:15 pm: Situation analysis to identify Internal Strengths and Weaknesses/Challenges and External
Challenges and Opportunities: By Sandy, Commissioners & Staff
12.0 1:15 pm: LUNCH
13.0 1:45 pm: Prioritize issues to address over the next year: By Sandy & Commissioners
14.0 2:30 pm: Begin to develop one year Objectives for each priority issue and the process for completing
the action plans for each Objective: By Sandy, Commissioners & Staff
15.0 3:45 pm: Closing comments: By Commissioners
16.0 4:00 pm: Adjourn
If you have questions or would like to bring a matter/issue to the attention of the Commission,
please contact the Commission Secretary after the meeting at (415) 821-1534 and/or Cvaughn@sfwater.org.
This agenda and all minutes can be viewed at http://www.sfgov/sefacility. Agenda, Minutes, and attachments
are also available at the Commission office at 1800 Oakdale Avenue, Suite B, San Francisco, CA 94124.
Phone# (415) 821-1534.
If any materials related to an item on this agenda have been distributed to the Southeast Community Facility
Commission after distribution of the agenda packet, those materials are available for public inspection during
normal office hours at the Commission office at 1800 Oakdale, Avenue, Suite B.
To obtain a disability-related modification or accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services to participate
in the meeting, please contact Commission Secretary, Carla Vaughn at (415) 821-1534 and/or
Cvaughn@sfwater.org at least 48 hours before the meeting, except for Monday meetings, for which the
deadline is 4:00 p.m. the previous Friday.
For Item 7.0: PROPOSED AGREEMENTS FOR RETREAT DISCUSSIONS
1. Everyone speaks up and participates.
2. Participants speak upon being recognized.
3. Everyone has the opportunity to speak once before others speak again.
4. There are no outbursts.
5. Everyone is mindful about staying focused and on point.
6. Tangential discussions will be recognized by the meeting facilitator and limited to no longer than 3 minutes.
(Any unresolved items will be on a separate list for follow-up.)
7. Everyone honors the scheduled meeting times, including breaks, and remains through the meeting duration.
For Item 9.0: DIRECTION SETTING GOALS FOR THE NEXT 3-5 YEARS
(What SECF seeks to accomplish overall by its efforts over the next 3-5 years)
1. The Southeast Community Facility is utilized to its potential to serve its public purposes for the Southeast
sector of the City, those being:
a. The full and gainful employment of residents;
b. The progressive development of marketable job skills for untrained and under- trained residents;
c. The creation and expansion of opportunities for residents to participate in day and evening education
d. The creation and expansion of opportunities for providing day care services at a low and reasonable
cost to parents;
e. The expansion of opportunities for special community services for senior citizens;
f. The overall improvement of the general economic prosperity, health, safety and welfare of residents.
2. SECF is the vehicle to identify community priorities and advocate addressing these priorities.
3. SECF is instrumental in achieving economic development, community health and vitality.
4. SECF is highly visible in and recognized by the community as a resource.