LOCAL HOMELESS COORDINATING BOARD
September 12, 2011
170 Otis St. Born Auditorium
Note: Public Comment will be taken after each agenda item. The public comment has to pertain to that agenda item and will last 2 minutes in length. General public comment is taken at the end of the meeting.
I. Introduction (5 min)
Honoring Miguel Wooding, Eviction Defense Collaborative
II. Minutes from August 1, 2011 Meeting (Action-2 min)
III. Update on 2011 McKinney Vento Application (Discussion and Action- 40 min)
A) Overview of the NOFA, focusing on changes this year
B) The NOFA timeline - using the document we're creating for the Bidders' Conference
C) Revisions to project review tools (renewal threshold tool and the new project scoring tool) to align with the NOFA
IV. Old Business (Discussion and Possible Action- 15 min)
A) Update from the Workforce Investment Community Advisory Committee
V. New Business (Discussion and Possible Action- 20 min)
A) Partnership between Continuum of Care and San Francisco Unified School District- Update
B) Agenda items for next meeting
C) Other Items
VI. General Public Comment (10 min)
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SUBMITTING WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENT TO THE LOCAL HOMELESS BOARD
Persons who are unable to attend the public meeting may submit to the Local Homeless Board, by the time the proceedings begin, written comments regarding the subject of the meeting. These comments will be made a part of the official public record, and brought to the attention of the Local Homeless Board. Written comments should be submitted to: Ali Schlageter, LHCB Policy Analyst – ZB16, Department of Human Services, P.O. Box 7988, San Francisco, CA 94120, or via fax at (415) 557-6033 or via email: Alison. Schlageter@sfgov.org
ORAL PUBLIC COMMENT TO THE LOCAL HOMELESS BOARD
Public comment will be taken on each item being considered by the Board prior to the Board’s vote.
EXPLANATORY DOCUMENTS RELATED TO AGENDA ITEMS
Copies of explanatory documents are available through the Local Homeless Coordinating Board (415-557-6451) during normal business hours. The material can be faxed or mailed to you upon request.