Joining the Webinar and Offering Phone-in Testimony
Members of the public may participate in Housing Authority meetings in person or virtually using the Zoom Webinar platform. Members of the public can offer public comment on agendized items or during Non-Agenda Public Comment by accessing the meeting online using a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or Smartphone, or by calling into the meeting using a Smartphone, cellular phone, or land line. To raise your hand via a phone-in please press *9 and unmute when the Clerk calls on you by pressing *6. If you are participating via the webinar platform please press the raise your hand icon and the unmute button when prompted.
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
To join by telephone: Dial 1-669-254 5252
When prompted, input Webinar ID: 160 114 3486
How To Speak To A Particular Item or during Non-Agenda Public Comment:
Members of the public shall be given the opportunity to address the Housing Authority. The Council President may determine the number of speakers on an agenda item or reduce the amount of time available to each speaker to appropriately manage the meeting and ensure the Housing Authority has time to consider all the agenda items. A member of the public may only provide one comment per agenda item.
In Person Comment on Agenda Items
Each speaker must file a written request (speaker slip) with the City Clerk at the meeting at which the speaker wishes to speak indicating which item they wish to speak on. Speaker slips may not be turned in prior to the day of the meeting or after completion of in-person testimony. In-person testimony will conclude before virtual testimony begins.
Each person who wishes to address the Housing Authority shall approach the podium and state who they are representing if they represent an organization or another person.
Each speaker may speak up to three minutes, for meeting management purposes, in addition to any time ceded by other members of the public who are present at the meeting and have submitted a speaker slip ceding them time. These speaker slips should be submitted together at one time to the City Clerk. The Council President may also limit organized group presentations of five or more persons to 15 minutes or less.
Virtual Public Comment on Agenda Items
Members of the public may participate virtually (by telephone or internet streaming) as indicated below. Speakers who wish to provide virtual public comment must enter the virtual queue by raising their virtual hands before the queue closes. The queue will close when the last virtual speaker finishes speaking or five minutes after in-person testimony ends, whichever happens first.
Each speaker may speak up to three minutes, for meeting management purposes. Speakers participating virtually may not allocate their time to other speakers.
Quasi-Judicial Items. Organized group presentations for quasi-judicial items will be allowed up to 15 minutes per side to speak either for or against an item for a total of 30 minutes. If more than one group on the same side requests an organized presentation, the 15 minutes will be divided between each group for that side. Please contact the Project Manager as listed as the primary contact on the staff report for that item to indicate your desire to present.
Non-Agenda Public Comment
Every agenda for a regular Housing Authority meeting shall provide a period on the agenda for members of the public to address the Housing Authority on items of interest to the public that are not on the agenda but are within the jurisdiction of the Housing Authority. Non-Agenda Public Comment shall be subject to the exercise of the Council President’s discretion for a given agenda.
In order to ensure that the Housing Authority has time to consider all agenda items, Non-Agenda Public
Comment on particular issues and for each individual speaker will be as follows:
Each speaker will be limited to two minutes. Speakers may not allocate their time to other speakers. If there are eight or more speakers on a single issue, the maximum time for the issue will be 16 minutes. The order of speaking generally will be determined on a first-come, first-served basis, however, priority may be given to speakers who have not addressed the legislative body during Non-Agenda Public Comment at the last regularly scheduled Housing Authority meeting. A member of the public may only provide one non-agenda comment per agenda.
In-Person Non-Agenda Public Comment
Each speaker who wishes to address the Housing Authority must file a written request (speaker slip) with the City Clerk at the meeting at which the speaker wishes to speak. Speaker slips may not be turned in prior to the meeting date or after completion of in-person testimony. In-person testimony shall conclude before virtual testimony begins.
Each person who wishes to address the Housing Authority shall approach the podium and state who they are representing if representing an organization or another person.
Virtual Non-Agenda Public Comment
Members of the public may participate virtually (by telephone or internet streaming) as indicated on the meeting agenda. Speakers who wish to provide virtual public comment must enter the virtual queue by raising their virtual hands before the queue closes. The queue will close when the last virtual speaker finishes speaking or five minutes after in-person testimony ends, whichever happens first.
Comment on Agenda Items, Non-Agenda Public Comment, and Closed Session Public Comment may also be submitted using the webform indicating the comment type and item number (if relevant) for which you wish to submit your comment. Comments received by 8:00 AM the day of the meeting will be distributed to the Housing Authority and posted online with the meeting materials. All webform comments are limited to 500 words but may include attachments. Comments received after 8:00 AM the day of the meeting but before the item is called will be submitted into the written record for the relevant item.
Written Materials. Instead of submitting written materials as an attachment to the webform, you may submit via U.S. Mail to the City Clerk’s attention at 202 C Street, MS2A San Diego, CA 92101. Materials submitted via U.S. Mail must be received one business day prior to the meeting to be distributed to the Housing Authority. Comments received via U.S. Mail on the day of the meeting will be submitted into the written record for the relevant item.
The public may view the meetings on public television (within the City of San Diego only) on City TV Channel 24 for Cox Communications and Spectrum or Channel 99 for AT&T U-Verse, or view the meetings online (link is external)
Pursuant to the Brown Act, California Government Code Section 54957.5(b), late-arriving documents related to Housing Authority meeting agenda items which are distributed to the legislative body prior to and during the Housing Authority meeting are available for public review in the Office of the City Clerk, Information Services Counter in the Lobby of the City Administration Building, 202 C Street, San Diego, CA 92101. This relates to those documents received after the agenda is publicly noticed and during the 72 hours prior to the start of the meeting. Please note: Approximately one hour prior to the start of the Housing Authority Meeting, the documents will be available just outside Council Chambers in the lobby of the 12th floor of the City Administration Building in a binder labeled “Late Arriving Materials” Late-arriving materials received during the Housing Authority meeting are available for review by making a verbal request of City Clerk
staff located in Council Chambers.
REQUESTS FOR ACCESSIBILITY MODIFICATIONS OR ACCOMMODATIONS
As required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), requests for agenda information to be made available in alternative formats, and any requests for disability-related modifications or accommodations required to facilitate meeting participation, including requests for alternatives to observing meetings and offering public comment as noted above, may be made by contacting the City Clerk at (619) 533-4000 or email [email protected]. The City is committed to resolving accessibility requests swiftly in order to maximize accessibility.
Requests for translation services to offer public comment may be made by contacting the City Clerk at (619) 533-4000 or email to: [email protected]. The City is committed to addressing language translation requests swiftly in order to maximize public participation.
Las solicitudes de servicios de traducción para ofrecer comentarios públicos se deberán hacer poniéndose en contacto con la City Clerk al (619) 533-4000 o por correo electrónico a:[email protected] La ciudad se compromete a responder rápidamente a las solicitudes de traducción de idiomas con el fin de maximizar la participación del público.
Ang kahilingan para sa mga serbisyo sa pagsasalin upang mag-alok ng publikong puna ay maaaring magawa sa pamamagitan ng pakikipag-ugnayan sa City Clerk sa (619) 533-4000 o kaya ay mag-email sa mailto:[email protected] Ang lungsod ay nakatuon sa pagtugon ng mabilis sa mga kahilingan sa pagsasalin ng wika upang mai-maximize ang pakikilahok sa publiko.
Cần dịch vụ thông dịch để phát biểu ý kiến trước công chúng, xin hãy liên hệ với City Clerk (Thư Ký Thành Phố) theo số (619) 533-4000 hoặc email đến [email protected] Thành phố cam kết sẽ giải quyết các yêu cầu thông dịch một cách nhanh chóng để gia tăng sự tham dự của công chúng.
يمكن تقديم طلبات خدمات الترجمة لتقديم تعليقات عامة عن طريق الاتصال بكاتب المدينة على
(619) 533-4000 أو mailto: [email protected] تلتزم المدينة بمعالجة
طلبات الترجمة اللغوية بسرعة من أجل زيادة المشاركة العامة
샌디에고 시에 의견을 보내시기 위해 번역 서비스가 필요하시면 시 서기 사무실 (619) 533-4000 또는mailto:[email protected]로연락주시기바랍니다. 시는 대중의 참여를 극대화하기 위해 언어 번역 요청을 신속하게 처리하려고 최선을 다하고 있습니다.
為了鼓勵更多市民參與 ‘公眾意見’， 市政府設定了快捷的中文翻譯服務。 如你有任何關於 ‘公開意見’ 想發表， 請致電: (619) 533-4000， 或電郵 [email protected] 我們會為你翻譯。
“ການຮ້ອງຂໍບໍລິການນາຍແປພາສາເພື່ອສະເໜີຄໍາຄິດເຫັນຕໍ່ສາທາລະນະອາດສາມາດເຮັດໄດ້ໂດຍການຕິດຕໍ່ຫາ City Clerk ທີ່ (619) 533-4000 ຫຼືສົ່ງອີເມລຫາ: [email protected] City ມີຄວາມມຸ່ງມັ້ນທີ່ຈະແກ້ໄຂຄຳຮ້ອງຂໍໃຫ້ແປພາສາຢ່າງໄວເພື່ອໃຫ້ປະຊາຊົນມີສ່ວນຮ່ວມສູງສຸດ.”
Questions Regarding Agenda Items: For specific questions regarding any item on the Housing Authority agenda, please contact [email protected] or 619-578-7550. Internet access to agendas and reports is available at www.sdhc.org/Media-Center/SDHC-Meetings/Housing-Authority-Meetings/.
|March 21, 2023|
March 7, 2023 – Minutes
HAR23-009 Approve the San Diego Housing Commission’s Calendar Year 2023 State and Federal Advocacy and Legislative Engagement Guide
Approved 9-0 with following additions:
Under “Creating and Preserving Affordable Housing,” in the Federal Priorities section, add: “Support legislation that allocates funding for the planning and construction of housing for active-duty military members and veterans on federally owned land.”
Item 2: Status Update and Seeking Input on the Recruitment of the San Diego Housing Commission President and Chief Executive Officer
|March 7, 2023|
February 7, 2023 – Regular Meeting Minutes
February 13, 2023 – Special Closed Session Minutes
Item 1: Informational Report from the Housing Authority Interim Executive Director
Item 2 HAR23- 004 Cortez Hill Apartments Revised Final Bond Authorization
|February 28, 2023|
|February 13, 2023 – Special Closed Session|
Agenda / Council President’s Memo / City Attorney Memo / Minutes
|February 7, 2023|
January 10, 2023 – Regular Meeting Minutes
Item 1: HAR23-002 Application for State of California CalHome Program Funds
|January 24, 2023|
|January 10, 2023|
December 13, 2022 – Regular Meeting Minutes
December 13, 2022 – Special Meeting Minutes
Item 1: HAR22-031 Onboarding Manual for Members of the San Diego Housing Commission
Item 2: HAR23-001 Authorize the San Diego Housing Commission to Amend its Fiscal Year 2023