PLANNING & BUDGETINGSUB-COMMITTEE MEETING
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
November 7, 2008
1 South Van Ness, 2nd Floor
CONFERENCE ROOM 2215
9:00 am – 11:00 am
1. Call the meeting to order.
2. Roll call
Monique Zmuda, Deputy Controller, Controller's Office
Hans Loffeld, CIO Public Utilities Commission
Theresa Lee, Deputy Airport Director, San Francisco Airport
Vivian Pisano, CIO, Public Library
Brian Strong, Manager, Capital Planning
Kenneth Bukowski, CFO, Police Department
Gregg Sass, CFO, Department of Public Health
Christine Martin, Chief of Staff, DT
Nani Coloretti , Budget Director, Mayor's Office
Jon Walton, COIT Director
3. Approval of minutes of October 3, 2008 Meeting Minutes.
4. Presentation/Approval by DPH on Behavioral Health Shared Youth Project.
5. Presentation/Discussion on Planning and DBI Integrated Permitting System
6. Presentation/Discussion on Demo of Clarity.
7. Presentation/Discussion on Demo of New COIT Budget & Planning System.
8. Presentation/Discussion on COIT Updates.
9. Public comment.
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