Mission Bay Transportation Improvement Fund Advisory Committee
The Advisory Committee shall be the central City-sponsored community advisory board charged with providing input to the MTA, the Department of Public Works, and the Police Department ("Other City Departments") and decision-makers regarding allocation of monies in the Mission Bay Transportation Improvement Fund (the "Fund"), established in Administrative Code Section 10.100-364, for Required Uses, as defined in that section. The Advisory Committee shall be advisory, as appropriate, to the MTA and the Board of Supervisors. The Advisory Committee shall perform the following functions as needed:
a.). Collaborate with the MTA, Other City Departments, and the Ballpark/Mission Transportation Coordinating Committee on prioritizing the community improvement measures for Required Uses and identifying implementation details as part of the annual budget process;
b.) Recommend to the MTA uses of the Designated Overlapping event Reserve, as defined in Administrative Code Section 10.100-364;
c.) Collaborate with the MTA and Other City Departments and decision-makers, including the Ballpark/Mission Bay Transportation Coordinating Committee, in the monitoring of the uses of the Fund for the purpose specified in Administrative Code Section 10.100-364; and
d.) Review travel time data collected by the MTA for routes to he Event Center to determine if traffic conditions associated with the Event Center, especially when there are weekday evening overlapping events with large attendance at the Event Center and AT&T Park, should entail additional City actions and expenditures from the Fund or the Designated Overlapping Event Reserve, and make recommendations to the MTA on additional actions and expenditures.
The Advisory Committee shall consists of five members, appointed as follows:
Seat 1 shall be held by an employee, officer, or other representative of the Golden State Warriors event Center, appointed by the Event Center’s owner.
- Michael Rescigno, Voting Seat
- Yoyo Chan, Alternate
Seat 2 shall be held by an employee, officer, or other representative of the University of California at San Francisco, appointed by the Chancellor of the University of California San Francisco or the Chancellor’s designee
- Amit Kothari, Voting Seat
- Clare Shinnerl, Alternate
Seat 3 shall be held by a person who resides in a neighborhood within a half mile of the Event Center, appointed by the Mayor.
- Bruce Agid, Voting Seat
- Bruce Kin Huie, Alternate
Seat 4 shall be held by a representative of a business that operates within a half-mile of the Event Center, appointed by the Mayor
- Catherine Sharpe, Voting Seat
- Terezia Nemeth, Alternate
Seat 5 shall be held by a person who resides in a neighborhood within a half-mile of the Event Center, appointed by the Supervisor representing the district in which the Event Center is located.
- Sarah Davis, Voting Seat
- Alternate – to be determined