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COVID-19 PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING SDHC BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING ACCESS AND PUBLIC COMMENT:

Until further notice, San Diego Housing Commission (Housing Commission) Board of Commissioners (Board) meetings will be conducted pursuant to the provisions of California Government Code section 54953(e), added by Assembly Bill 361, which allows the Housing Commission to use teleconferencing and to provide the public an opportunity to address the Housing Commission Board via a call-in option or an internet-based service option, during a proclaimed state of emergency when measures to promote social distancing are in effect or the Housing Commission Board has determined meeting in person would present imminent risks to the health or safety of attendees. The San Diego City Council on December 14, 2021, declared a continuing state of local emergency regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and continued to authorize teleconferencing for public meetings.

During the current State of Emergency and in the interest of public health and safety, most—and most likely all—of the Housing Commissioners, General Counsel and staff will be participating in Housing Commission Board meetings by video conference. There will be no members of the public in attendance at the Housing Commission Board meetings. We are providing alternatives to in-person attendance for viewing and participating in Housing Commission Board meetings.

In lieu of in-person attendance, members of the public may participate and provide comments in the following manner:

Phone-in Testimony

When the comment period for Non-Agenda Public Comment is introduced, or when the comment period is introduced for the specific Agenda Item on which you would like to comment, please call the following toll-free number: (833) 610-2513. Wait until you are called upon to speak. Then state your name for the record and the item you are commenting on, and make your comments within the time allotted by the SDHC Board. When your time has ended, please hang up your call. If you wish to speak on other items on the Agenda or for other comment periods, please call back when those items or comment periods are introduced. Please monitor the meeting through livestreaming on SDHC’s website. Click on “Watch the Video” near the bottom of the SDHC Board of Commissioners page on the website: https://www.sdhc.org/governance-legislativeaffairs/sdhc-board-of-commissioners/

Comment on Agenda Items must be submitted using the SDHC Board meeting public comment webform, and indicating the agenda item number for which they wish to submit their comment. Only comments submitted no later than 4 p.m. the day prior to the meeting using the public comment webform will be eligible to be read into the record. If you submit more than one form per item, only one will be read into the record. All other comments submitted, including those received after 4 p.m. the day prior and before 8 a.m. the day of the meeting, will be provided to the SDHC Commissioners and posted online with the meeting materials. All comments are limited to 1,250 characters (approximately 200 words). Comments submitted after 8 a.m. the day of the meeting but before the item is called will be submitted into the written record for the relevant item.

Non-Agenda Public Comment must be submitted using the SDHC Board meeting public comment webform, checking the appropriate box, no later than 8 a.m. the day of the meeting to be eligible to be read into the record. The first 30 comments received by 8 a.m. will be read into the record. The maximum number of comments to be read into the record on a single issue will be 16. All other comments submitted, including those received after 8 a.m. the day of the meeting, will be provided to the SDHC Commissioners. All comments are limited to 1,250 characters (approximately 200 words).

Closed Session Public Comment must be submitted using the SDHC Board meeting public comment webform no later than 4 p.m. the day prior to the posted meeting to be eligible to be read into the record. All other comments submitted, including those received after 4 p.m. the day prior and before 8 a.m. the day of the meeting, will be provided to the SDHC Commissioners and posted online with the meeting materials. All comments are limited to 1,250 characters (approximately 200 words).

If you have an attachment to your comment, you may send it to [email protected], and it will be distributed to the SDHC Commissioners.

The public may listen to the SDHC Board meetings through livestreaming audio on SDHC’s website. Click on “Listen to the streaming audio” near the bottom of the SDHC Board of Commissioners page on the website: https://www.sdhc.org/governance-legislativeaffairs/sdhc-board-of-commissioners/


Assistance for the Disabled: Agendas, reports and records are available in alternative formats upon request. Please contact [email protected], (619) 578-7550  (voice) or (619) 398-2440 (TTY) at least five days prior to the meeting.

Questions Regarding Agenda Items: For specific questions regarding any item on the San Diego Housing Commission agenda, please contact [email protected] or (619)578-7550. Internet access to agendas and reports are available at https://www.sdhc.org/governance-legislativeaffairs/sdhc-board-of-commissioners/meetings/

 

February 4, 2022

Agenda / Video

January 7, 2022 – Minutes

HCR22-005    Fiscal Year 2023 Moving to Work Annual Plan Approval

HCR22-013    Approval of a San Diego Housing Commission Administrative Regulation Regarding Retention of Real Estate Brokers and Operating Procedures for Brokers

HCR22-030    Authorization for the San Diego Housing Commission to Accept and Expend Additional Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Funds Allocated by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to the City of San Diego to Support the COVID-19 Housing Stability Assistance Program and Approval of Related Actions

HCR22-001    Affordable Housing Preservation Update and Nominations to the City of San Diego Preservation Collaborative Stakeholder Group

HCR22-032    Workshop & Discussion: City of San Diego Land Use Programs

Informational Report

HCR22-015    Multifamily Bond Program – Annual Status Report Calendar Year 2021

January 7, 2022

Agenda / Video

November 12, 2021 – Minutes

Approved 4-0

HCR22-009  Amendment to San Diego Housing Commission’s Agreement for Hotline Services for the COVID-19 Housing Stability Assistance Program with INFO LINE SAN DIEGO dba 2-1-1 San Diego, RAD-22-05

Presentation

Approved as amended for staff-recommended action No. 3 to state, “Authorize the President & CEO, or designee, to execute all documents and instruments that are necessary and/or appropriate to implement these approvals, in a form approved by General Counsel, and take such actions as are necessary and/or appropriate to implement these approvals, provided that a copy of the contract, signed as to form by General Counsel, is submitted to each Commissioner in advance of approval for the designee to sign.”         5-0

HCR22-008  Proposed Revisions to the First-Time Homebuyer Program

Presentation

Approved 5-0

HCR22-012  Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA) Hearing and Revision to the Bond Financing Team for The Junipers Apartments

Presentation

Approved 4-0

HCR22-013  Approval of a San Diego Housing Commission Administrative Regulation Regarding Retention of Real Estate Brokers and Operating Procedures for Brokers

Presentation

Returned to staff

HCR22-004 Workshop & Discussion: Fiscal Year 2023 Moving to Work Annual Plan

Presentation

HCR22-007  Workshop & Discussion: San Diego Housing Commission Achievement Academy

Presentation

Informational Reports

HCR22-022  Agency Financial Statements – First Quarter Fiscal Year 2022 (Unaudited)

HCR22-003  Investment Report – First Quarter Fiscal Year 2022

HCR22-006  Status of Loan Portfolio – Fiscal Year 2022 First Quarter

HCR22-010  October and November 2021 Reporting Update for City of San Diego’s Storage Connect Center I

HCR22-011  October & November 2021 Reporting Update for the City of San Diego’s Bridge