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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF, PERMIT APPEALS DEC 3 1 1937 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6,1988 SAN FRANCJ 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282/ CITY HALL pvzuz lssraj 

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

ITEM A Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 87-310 . The appellant, John Bremner, had appealed the conditions 
imposed by the Zoning Administrator on October 13, 1987, on a Health Department permit 
for a retail bakery at 40 Clement Street. On December 9, 1987, upon motion of 
Commissioner Fung, the Board voted 4-0 to delete the Zoning Administrator's 
conditions. (Vice President Engmann was absent from the hearing.) 

ITEM B Letter from Ellen Mendelson requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-318. 
The appellant had protested the issuance of a permit to alter a building at 
481 Bella Vista Way. On December 9, 1987, upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the 
Board voted 4-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. (Vice-President 
Engmann was absent,) 

ITEM C Letter from Robert M. Cassel requesting a rehearing of Appeal No. 87-329 . 
The appellant, Robert M. Cassel, had protested the issuance of a demolition permit 
for a building at 2747 Vallejo Street. On December 2, 1987, upon motion of President 
Berg, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 

ITEM D Letter from Robert M. Cassel requesting a rehearing of Appeal No. 8 7-29 5. 
Ihe appellant, Robert M. Cassel, had protested the issuance of a permit to erect 
a structure at 2747 Vallejo Street. On December 2, 1987, upon motion of President 
Berg, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 

ITEM E Letter from the San Francisco Building & Construction Trades Council requesting 
rehearing on Appeals Nos. 87-296, 87-297, 87-298, 87-299 and 87-300. The appellant : 
had protested the issuance of permits for construction at 360 Fillmore Street, 338 
Fillmore Street, 352 Fillmore Street, 346 Fillmore Street, and 330 Fillmore Street. 
On December 2, 1987, upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold 
the department and grant the permits. 

ITEM F Letter from Lois Behnke, President of American Canvas Products, on behalf of 
appellants William & Trudy Drypolcher, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-323. 
The appellants protested the Zoning Administrator's order to cease violation of the 
Planning Code for property located at 4200-1 7th Street. On December 16, 1987, upon 
motion of President Berg, the Board voted 4-0 to uphold the Zoning Administrator's 
Order. (Commissioner Jackson was absent.) 

ITEM G Letter from Paul Zentner requesting the Board to take Jurisdiction over 
building permit issued for construction of building at 938 Santiago Street. 

Permit issued November 30, 1987 

Appeal period ended December 10, 1987 

Request for jurisdiction received December 23, 1987 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY . Public hearing closed ( ITEM H only). 

ITEM H Appeals Nos. 87-145 and 87-146 . Permits to erect structures at 250-1 9th Avenue 
and 251-1 8th Avenue. Hearing held December 9, 1987. On motion to uphold department's 
revocation by Vice President Engmann, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Jackson to 
overrule) to uphold the department. 

ITEM I Letter from John Lane concerning findings for Appeal No. 87-171 . On November 18, 
1987, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the Planning Commission and grant alteration permit 
for a rooftop addition to Dave Rawson of 2744 Green Street. On December 2, 1987, the Board 
adopted findings in this matter, 5-0. 

ITEM J Letter from C.A. Taylor requesting the Board to take Jurisdiction over projects 
at 700 Persia/503 Vienna. Building permits for housing at 501, 503 and 505 Vienna were 
issued on December 4, 1987. The permits were not appealed. The last day to appeal them 
was December 14, 1987. 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 6, 1988 
ADDENDUM ITEMS (Continued) 



PAGE TWO 



ITEM K Letter from John J. Murphy requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-321. The 
appellant had protested the issuance of a permit to erect a structure at 201 
Montcalm Street. On December 16, 1987, upon motion of President Berg, the Board voted 
4-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. (Commissioner Jackson was absent.) 



APPEAL NO. 87-327 



LOREN A. DRAZNIN, Appellant 
2) vs. 

POLICE DEPT., Respondent 



DON MCCLELLAND, Appellant 
3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 87-343 



APPEAL NO. 87-016 



DON D. DURHAM, Appellant 
4A) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 87-071 



DON D. DURHAM, Appellant 
4B) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 87-265 



WOON HING LEE, Appellant 
5) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 87-281 



WILLIAM SIMPICH, Appellant 
6) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 87-326 



DANIEL BACON, Appellant 
7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



Denial on November 10, 1987, 

of Driver Public Vehicle permit. 

FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/30) 



Appeal ing for refund 
of penalty imposed on 
November 18, 1987, for 
work done at 80 Pierce Street, 
APPLICATION NO. 8713804. 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Order to Cease Violation 
of the Planning Code dated 
January 16, 1987, for property 
located at 405 24th Avenue. 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Order to Cease Violation 
of the Planning Code dated 
March 13, 1987, for properties 
located at 2301 Clement Street, 
2315 Clement Street and 
2309 Clement Street. 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Order to Cease and Desist 
on September 18, 1987, trom 
the use and the violations 
at 3164 Sacramento Street. 
(Dry Cleaning Processing 
Operation) . 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Determination on 
September 28, 1987, that the 
Department of City Planning 
would not accept a variance 
application for property at 
1019 Ashbury Street. 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Protesting issuance on 
November 13, 1987, to 
Fred Cohen and Carolyn 
Klebanoff, permit to 
Erect a Structure at 
767 Rhode Island Street. 
APPLICATION NO. 8705897 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/11) 



(3/31) 



(5/2) 



(11/7) 



(11/17) 



(12/30) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 6, 1988 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 87-328 



ALBERT E. BENJAMIN, JR. & 
CAROL E. GAMBLE, Appellants 
8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 13, 1987, to 
[Nelson C. Barry III, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[32 Sussex Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8704574. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 87-333 



NEIL D. CHAITIN, Appellant 
9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 12, 1987, to 
[Peter & Deborah Magowan, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2760 Divisadero Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8714061. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 87-335 



LOURDAN KIMBRELL & 
CHARLES DUMENIL, Appellants 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 16, 1987, to 
[Franklin Scarlatia, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1009 Guerrero Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711545. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 87-342 



MILTON MURAYAMA, Appellant 
11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 25, 1987, to 
[G/B Contractors, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[5575 Diamond Heights Blvd. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8702560. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/2) 



(1/2) 



(1/9) 



(1/10) 



APPEAL NO. 87-334 



CARL H. ERNST, JR., 
12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, 



Appellant 
Respondent 



[Order to Cease Violation 
[of the Planning Code dated 
[November 20, 1987, for 
[property located at 
[889-891 Vermont Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/9) 



13) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE I, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
Board not later than two days before the appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before them 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must be 
received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later than 
two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material submitted 
less than two days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hearing 
room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office at 
554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 
Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a decision 
and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. Except in extraordinary cases, and 
to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be made by the Board 
except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for the rehearing shall submit a 
written request stating succinctly the grounds upon which such rehearing is requested, 
(b) If new evidence be relied upon as a ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 
1. The nature and character of the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a 
description of the documents to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at 
the original hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the 
previous hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presentations fo 
requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the general practice of the 
Board that no verbal testimony shall be recieved when such request for rehearing is 
considered by the Board. 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY," JANUARY 13, 1988 
5;Q0 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

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1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING 

ITEM A Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 86-194 . The appellant, Frederick Schwartz, had appealed the denial of 
permit to alter a building at 60, 62, 62| Carmelita Street. On December 9, 1987, 
upon motion of Vice-President Engmann, the Board voted 4-1 (Jackson) to uphold the 
department and deny the permit subject to conditions allowing the present tenant to 
remain for ten years. 

REQUESTS FOR THE BOARD TO TAKE JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 10-DAY APPEAL PERIOD 

ITEMS B, C, AND D Letters from Jack L. Blinzler, Marilyn Mir, Michael and Linda Clark 
requesting the Board to take Jurisdiction over building permit issued for construction 
at 35 Hillcrest Court. 



Permit issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



December 2, 1987 

December 14, 1987 

January 6, 1988 (Blinzler & Clark) 

January 7, 1988 (Mir) 



APPEAL NO. 87-227 



JIM ILNICKI, Appellant 
2) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 7, 1987, to 
[Jose Murrillo, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 220 Peralta Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8504983, 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(9/23) 



APPEAL NO. 87-364 



SHELDON H. SUSKAUER, & 
BARBARA J. DWYER, Appellants 
3) vs. 

DEPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for refund 
[of penalty imposed on 
[December 15, 1987, for 
[work at 170 Bonview St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717558 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/26) 



APPEAL NO. 87-336 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 
4A) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 19, 1987, to 
[Sam Raiter, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[175 Wood Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712505 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/9) 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 
4B) vs. Appellant 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-337 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 19, 1987, to 
[Sam Raiter, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[175 Wood Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712506 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/9) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 13, 1988 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 87-339 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 
(5) vs. Appellant 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 18, 1987, to 
[Luis So, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[3127 Anza Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8705131 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/9) 



(6) 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-341 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 19, 1987, to 
[Yori Gerzoy, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[218-18th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8708859 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/9) 



APPEAL NO. 87-349 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 
(7) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 25, 1987, to 
LMel Murphy, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[1259 Oak Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707230 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/16; 



APPEAL NO. 87-345 



(8) 



CHARLES M. VADALABENE, 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 30, 1987, to 
[Nadine & Harry Wright, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 938 Santiago Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711191. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 87-347 



(9) 



TIMOTHY ARNSTEIN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 1, 1987, to 
[Gene Chen, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1246-1248 Lombard Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707809. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/16 



APPEAL NO. 87-348 



HOWARD & MAUREEN SCHAADT, 
& JEANNE GOLDMAN, Appellants 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 25, 1987, to 
[Diane Mei-Ling So, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1836 Pacheco Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8710849. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/16 



11) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COM SSI ONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE I, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
Board not later than two days before the appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before them 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must be 
received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later than 
two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material submitted 
less than two days before the hearing. 

Kailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hearing 
room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office at 
554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 
Written requests for rehearing must be filed witbir. ten days from the date of a decision 
and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. Except in extraordinary cases, and 
to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be made by the Board 
except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for the rehearing shall submit a 
written request stating succinctly the grounds upon which such rehearing is requested, 
(b) If new evidence be relied upon as a ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 
1. The nature and character of the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a 
description of the documents to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at 
the original hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the 
previous hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presentations for 
requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the general practice of the 
Board that no verbal testimony shall be recieved when such request for rehearing is 
considered by the Board. 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY . Public hearing closed. 

ITEM A Appeals Nos. 87-198 , 87-199 , and 87-200 . Revocation of permits to operate three 
motorized Rickshaws. Hearing held on December 9, 1987. Upon motion to overrule the 
department's revocation by Commissioner Jackson, the Board voted 3-2 (Berg and Engmann) 
to overrule the department and reinstate the permits. Four votes are needed to overrule. 
The department was upheld and the permits revoked. 






REQUEST FOR REHEARING . 

ITEM B Letter from Loren Draznin requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-327 . The appellant 
had protested denial of permit to drive a public vehicle. Hearing held January 6, 1988. 
Upon motion to uphold the department's denial by Commissioner Fung, the Board voted 3-1 
(Engmann) to uphold the department and deny the permit. (Commissioner Jackson was absent.) 

REQUEST FOR THE BOARD TO TAKE JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 10-DAY APPEAL PERIOD . 

ITEM C Letter from Phyllis Schrobsddorff requesting the Board to take Jurisdiction over 
the Zoning Administrator's denial of a variance for property at 182 Arguello Boulevard. 

Denial letter dated December 1, 1987 

Appeal period ended December 11, 1987 

Request for jurisdiction received January 12, 1988 

ITEM D Letter from John and Lillian Kramer requesting the Board to take Jurisdiction 
over building permits issued for construction at 35 Hillcrest Court and 9 Hillcrest 
Court. 

Permits issued (35 Hillcrest Court) December 2, 1987 

( 9 Hillcrest Court) December 23, 1987 

Appeal period ended (35 Hillcrest Court) December 14, 1987 

( 9 Hillcrest Court) January 4, 1988 

Request for jurisdiction received January 13, 1988 

APPEAL NO. 87-342 

MILTON MURAYAMA, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(2) vs. [November 25, 1987, to 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [G/B Contractors, permit to 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[5575 Diamond Heights Boulevard. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8702560. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (1/10) 

APPEAL W0. 87-348 

HOWARD & MAUREEN SCHAADT, [Protesting issuance on 

& JEANNE GOLDMAN, Appellants [November 25, 1987, to 

(3) vs. [Diane Mei-Ling So, permit 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Alter a Building at 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1836 Pacheco Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8710849. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (1/16) 

APPEAL NO. V87-271 

KENNETH M. HOWARD, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(4) vs. [September 22, 1987, to 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Aquatic Park Investors, 

[Rear Yard and Usable Open 

[Space Variances sought 

[for property located at 

[834-848 North Point Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.265V. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (11/11) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 20, 1988 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 87-358 

CINDY J. WASELESKI, Appellant [Suspension on 

(5) vs. [December 9, 1987, of 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Driver Public Vehicle 

i [permit. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/20) 

APPEAL NO. 87-324 
WILLIAM CHU, Appellant [Denial on November 9, 1987, 

(6) vs. [of permit to operate a 
DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent [Rice Storage Warehouse 
FIRE DEPT. APPROVAL [at 531 Jessie Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/28) 

APPEAL NO. 87-350 

ERICA COWAN & JOAN FLORENCE, [Protesting issuance on 

(7) vs. Appellants [November 30, 1987, to 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Neil Cotter, permit to 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[1254 18th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8708695. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/17) 

APPEAL NO. 87-351 

THE TENANTS, [Protesting issuance on 

c /o PENNY BROGDEN, Appellants [November 30, 1987, to 

(8) vs. [Grant Green Partnership 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Alter a Building 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1416 Grant Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8713104. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/17) 

APPEAL NO. 87-352 

LOUIS J. ARTAL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [November 30, 1987, to 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Paul Walti, permit 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[275 Burnett Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8715536. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/17) 

APPEAL NO. 87-355 



TIM MOLINARE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [December 2, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Pedro Rivera, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[144 Cortland Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8610446. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/19) 

APPEAL NO. 87-357 

JOHN J. MURPHY, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

ill) vs. [December 4, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Cooke & McCann, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 207 Montcalm Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8707500. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/20) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 20, 1988 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 88-001 

WILLIAM C. JOHNS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

12) vs. [December 22, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Northpoint Investors, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 2351 Powell Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8716586. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/13) 

[13) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker. 

[14) Annual election of Officers. 



MEMBERS Or THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE I, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person froir, whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks »ay be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
board not later than two days before the appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before then 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must be 
received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later than 
two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material submitted 
less than two days before the hearing. 

Kailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to e 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hearing 
room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office at 
554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 
Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a decision 
and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. Except in extraordinary cases, and 
to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be made by the Board 
except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for the rehearing shall submit a 
written request stating succinctly the grounds upon which such rehearing is requested, 
(b) If new evidence be relied upon as a ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 
1. The nature and character of the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a 
description of the documents to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at 
the original hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the 
previous hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presentations for 
requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the general practice of the 
Board that no verbal testimony shall be recieved when such request for rehearing is 
considered by the Board. 



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Executive Director : 7, w . rit „ Hall 

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REQUEST FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 
REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A Letter frorr. Carl H. Ernst, Jr. requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-334. The 
appellant had appealed the order of the Zoning Administrator to Cease Violation of the 
Planning Code for property located at 889-891 Vermont Street. On January 6, 19BE, upon 
motion of President berg, the Board voted 4-0 to uphold the Zoning Administrator's order. 
Commissioner Jackson was absent. 

jTEK E Letter from Paul K. Karigonda, Esq., on behalf of Lourdan Kimbrell and Charles 
Uumern 1 , reauesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-335. The appellants had appealed the 
issuance to Dr. Franklin Scarlata of a permit to alter a building at 1009 Guerrero Street 
On January C, 1981, the Board voted 4-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 
Commissioner JacKson was absent. 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY . Public hearing closed. 

ITEM C Appeals Nos. 87-198 , 87-199 , and 87-200 . Revocation of permits to operate three 
motorized Rickshaws, hearing held on December 9, 1987. Upon motion to overrule the 
department's revocation by Commissioner Jackson, the board voted 3-2 (berg and Engmann) 
to overrule thE department and reinstate the permits. Four votes are needed to overrule. 
The department was upheld and the permits revoked. 



APPEAL NO. 87-227 

JIM ILNICKI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [August 7, 1987, to 

DEPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Jose Murrillo, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 220 Peralta Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8504983. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (9/23) 



APPEAL NO. 87-322 

MINNIE SWARTZ & L1BBY GROSS, [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. Appellants [November 6, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Shigeo Katsuyama, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[2506-16th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8700394. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (12/26) 



APPEAL NO. 87-285 

GERDA KAINZ, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [September 29, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [William Spiers, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[216 Roosevelt Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8615272. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/18) 



APPEAL NO. 87-286 

GERDA KAINZ, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [September 29, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [John Lau, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 

[218 Roosevelt Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8712603. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/18) 



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APPEAL NO. 87-333 



NEIL D. CHAITIN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 12, 1987, to 
[Peter & Deborah Magowan, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2760 Divisadero Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8714061. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/2) 



APPEAL NO. 87-359 



PATRICIA ARMSTRONG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on December 1, 1987, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 161 Prentiss Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713534. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/20) 



APPEAL NO. 87-360 



INNER SUNSET ACTION COMMITTEE, 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 1, 1987, to 
[Frank Cafferkey, permit 
[Demolish a Building 
[at 1254 17th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713056 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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(1/20) 



ELIZABETH BURTON, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-361 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 4, 1987, to 
[Michael Joyce, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[709 Foerster Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713357, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/23) 



APPEAL NO. 87-362 



HENRY & LAURA FRANKEL, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 7, 1987 to 
[Peter Johnson, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[227 El Camino Del Mar. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713503, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/26) 



APPEAL NO. 87-363 



) 



GEORGE D. KARALIS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 7, 1987, to 
[Peter Johnson, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[227 El Camino Del Mar. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713503. 
[FOR HEARING JANUARY 27, 1987 



(1/27) 



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/ ^EAL NO. 87-365 

MYRTLE S. ELLIOTT, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

)) vs. • [December 11, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Malcolm Cravens, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[2545 Vallejo Street. 

[CPC 86.623D. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8604099. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/22) 



APPEAL NO. 87-390 

MICHAEL ACKERMAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [December 21, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Roshani Engineer-Nash, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 153 Prospect Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8713045. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/6) 



!) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS 0~ THE BOARD O r P ERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG ■ PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER I 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER | 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 45C-9B9S 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER 

BOARD Of PERKIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE I, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person froir whose order the appeal is taker 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks »ay be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speaL first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, o y ten minutes per persor. , whichever is less . If more time is 
oeemec necessary , suet arguments must Pe maoe in writing, ane received by the 
board not later than two Pays oefore the appointee hearing. . 

The faoarc shall consider the departmental letter oeemed as reac, anc such must be 
received by the board nc later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before then 
unless a Commissioner is excused frorr, voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the memoers present. (Amended February 5, 19B6) (Emphasis added) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must be 
received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the board not later than 
two days before the hearing. The board will not consider written material submitted 
less than two days before the hearing. 

ttailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
cays prior to the oate of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to e 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hearing 
roor., no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the board office at 
554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 
Written requests for rehearing must oe filed within ten days from the date of a decision 
and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. Except in extraordinary cases, and 
to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be made by the board 
except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for the rehearing shall submit a 
written reauest stating succinctly the grounds upon which such rehearing is requested. 
(b) If ne* evidence be relied upon as a ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 
1. The nature and character of the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a 
description of the documents to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at 
the original hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the 
previous hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presentations foi 
requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the general practice of the 
board that no verbal testimony shall be recieved when such request for rehearing is 
considered by the Board. 



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) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 
REQUEST FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM A Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting a rehearing 
of Appeal No. 87-355 . The appellant, Tim Molinare, had appealed the issuance on 
December 2, 1987, to Pedro Rivera, permit to erect a structure at 144 Cortland 
Avenue. On January 20, 1988, upon motion of Vice President Engmann, the Board voted 
3-2 to overrule the dept and deny the permit. Four votes needed to overrule, the permit 
was granted. (Jackson and Medina dissented.) 

ITEM B Letter from Robert A. Jones, Esq. on behalf of the appellant, San Francisco 
Building and Construction Trades Council, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-336 
protesting issuance of permit for demolition of a building at 175 Wood Street; Appeal 
No. 87-337 protesting issuance of permit to erect a structure at 175 Wood Street; Appeal 
No. 87-339 protesting issuance of permit to alter a building at 3127 Anza Street; and 
Appeal No. 87-349 protesting issuance of permit to erect a structure at 1259 Oak Street. 

On January 13, 1988, upon motions of President Berg, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the 
department and grant the above noted permits. 

ITEM C Letter from William C. Johns requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-001 . The 
appellant, Mr. Johns, had protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 
2351 Powell Street. On January 20, 1988, upon motion of President Berg, the Board 
voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 

ITEM D Letter from Louis J. Artal requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-352 . The 
appellant, Mr. Artal, protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 275 
Burnett Avenue. On January 20, 1988, upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the Board 
voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 

ITEM E Request from Charles M. Vadalabene requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-345 . 
The appellant, Mr. Vadalabene, had protested the issuance of permit to erect a 
structure at 938 Santiago Street. On January 13, 1988, upon motion of President 
Berg, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed . 

ITEM F Appeal No. 87-390 . Granting of a permit to alter a building at 153 Prospect 
Avenue. Hearing held on January 27, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Fung the 
Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit subject to conditions. 



APPEAL NO. 87-227 

JIM ILNICKI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [August 7, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Jose Murillo, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 220 Peralta Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8504983. 

[FOR FURTHER REHEARING TODAY. (9/23) 



APPEAL NO. 87-361 

ELIZABETH BURTON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

I) vs. [December 4, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Michael Joyce, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[709 Foerster Street. 

[APPLICATION 'NO. 8713357. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (1/23) 



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APPEAL NO. 87-362 

HENRY & LAURA FRANKEL, [Protesting issuance on 

4A) vs. Appellants [December 7, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Peter Johnson, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[227 El Camino Del Mar. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8713503. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (1/26) 



APPEAL NO. 87-363 

GEORGE D. KARALIS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

4B) vs. [December 10, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Peter Johnson, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[227 El Camino Del Mar. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8713503. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (1/27) 



APPEAL NO. 87-392 

CHONG SULLIVAN, Appellant [Revocation on 

5) vs. [December 22, 1987, of 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [of Masseuse permit. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/9) 



APPEAL NO. 88-002 

DANIEL ESQUIVEL, Appellant [Denial on December 24, 1987 

6) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit. 

[(Yellow Cab Company) 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/13) 



APPEAL NO. 88-003 

DEARCH, INC., Appellant [Denial on January 4, 1988, of 

7) vs. [permit to Alter a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [472-474 Grove Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8712745. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/14) 



APPEAL NO. 87-371 

JON TOLSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

8) vs. [December 15, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Rick Swig, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[175 29th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8609301. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/31) 



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APPEAL NO. 87-372 



9) 



JESSIE WEINBERGER, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 16, 1987, to 
[William Courtney, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[600 Alvarado Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716402 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/31) 



APPEAL NO. 87-391 



CARROLL PETERSON, Appellant 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 18, 1987, to 
[Robert Arndt, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 2425 Green Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716093 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/6) 



11) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker, 



12) DISCUSSION OF FEE SCHEDULE IN LIGHT OF NEW INTERIM CONTROLS. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. EN6MANK VICE PRESIDENT 

MATTIE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DDR IS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE I, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks nay be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speaL first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, o r ten minutes per person, whichever is "less . If more time is 
deemec necessary , such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
board not later than two days before the appointed hearing. . 

Tne board shell consider tne departmental letter deemed as read, and such must de 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearinc. 

Each member present at a meeting, shall vote for or against the matter before then 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 6, 1986) (Emphasis added) 






SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must be 
received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later than 
two days before the hearinc,. The Board will not consider written material submitted 
less than two days before the hearinc. 

Hailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearinc. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hearing 
room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office at 
554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 
Written requests for rehearing must oe filed within ten days from the date of a decision 
and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. Except in extraordinary cases, and 
to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be made by the board 
except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for the rehearing shall submit a 
written request stating succinctly the grounds upon which such rehearing is requested, 
(b) If ne* evidence be relied upon as a ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 
1. The nature and character of the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a 
description of the documents to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at 
the original hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the 
previous hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presentations for 
requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the general practice of the 
board that no verbal testimony shall be recieved when such request for rehearing is 
considered by the Board. 



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Executive Director 
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APPEALS 



WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 17, 1988 
5:00 P.r... ROOT 282, CITY HALL 



DOC U M E N iSDE PT. 
FEB 17 1983 



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MATTERS FOF CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOF REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDF.w!t n 

ITEM A RESPONSE TO ALTERNATIVE WRIT OF MANDATE. Appeals Nos . 87-296 through B7-30C . 
Recommendation of City Attorney to vacate ant set aside decisions in these five appeals , 
for tne purpose of considering additional written submissions and adopting findings, 
in response to alternative writ o f mandate issued by San Francisco Superior Court. 
Tne board votec 5-0 to uphold the departments ano grant the permits on December 2, 1987. 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed . 

ITEM B Appeal No. 87-371 . Granting of a permit to alter a building at 175-29th Avenue. 
Hearing held on February 10, 1988. Upon motion of President Berg, the Board voted 
5-0 to uphold the department and grand the permit. 



APPEAL NO. 87-361 



ELIZABETH BURTON, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 4, 1987, to 
[Michael Joyce, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 709 Foerster Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713357. 
[FOR HEARING HEARING TODAY 



(1/23) 



APPEAL HO. 88-009 



THANH MA, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, - Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 
WITH CONDITIONS 



[Imposition by Planning 
[Dept. on January 6, 1988, 
[of condition that no 
[wholesale sales are 
[permitted from bakery/ 
[restaurant operated by 
[Thanh Ma at 2943 Mission St 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-008 



SOUTH PARK CAFE, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ISCOTT DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on December 29, 1987 

[of request for placing tables 

[and chairs in front of South 

[Park Cafe at 109 South Park St. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-012 



MARIO PALACIO, Appellant 
I) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on January 6, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1219 5th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8700535. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/24) 



APPEAL NO. 87-328 



ALBERT E. BENJAMIN, JR. & 
CAROL E. GAMBLE, Appellants 
() vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 13, 1987, to 
[Nelson C. Barry III, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[32 Sussex Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8704574. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/2) 



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PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 87-344 



n 



CHARLES M. VADALABENE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 30, 1987, to 
[Harry Wright, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[938 Santiago St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8715716 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-020 



J) 



RAYMOND CLARK, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 11, 1988, to 
[John Houck, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[376 Hill St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8717303, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/1) 



APPEAL NO. 88-013 



EDWARD GAINES AND DAVID MENDIVIL, 
■)) vs. Appellants 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Order on January 8, 1988, 
Lto Cease and Desist from 
[conducting the two retail 
[operations located at 
[743-747 Haight St. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/28) 



J) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker. 



I) Consideration of department budget for FY1988-89. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD CF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG ■ PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ERGNANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER |i 

JOSE E. MEDIKA COMMISSIONER 

doris levin! - official court reporter - 45c-9b9s 

the residing officer kill call a recess whenever 
necessary for the convenience of the hearing reporter 

board 0" permit appeals rules, article i, section s 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person fron whose order the appeal is taker 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall ther present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Boarc. 

lh the case of Drotest appeals, the protestants shall speal. first. 

It shell be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteer. minutes, o*- ter. minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
oeemec necessary , suet arguments must be made ir. writing, anc received by the 
boarc not later thar two oays before the appointee near inc . 

Ine Boarc shell consioer the departmental letter deemed as reac, anc suet must be 
received by the board no later than two days prior tc the appointed hearing. 

Leer member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before tnen 
unless a Commissioner is excused fron voting hy a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February i, 19B6) {Emphasis added) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the board's Rules any writter. evidence or arguments in writing must be 
received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later thar. 
two days before the hearinc. The Board will not consider written material submitted 
less than two days before the hearinc. 

Kailec notice of public hearings or. appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
oays prior to the date of hearinc. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced tc the parties in the hearing 
roon., no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the board office at 
55^-6721 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOP: REHEARING 
written requests for rehearing must be filec withir, ten days fron the date of a decision 
and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. Except in extraordinary cases, and 
to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be made toy the Board 
except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for the rehearing shall submit a 
written request stating succinctly the grounds upon whicn sucn rehearing is requested. 
(b) If ne* evidence be relied upon as a ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 
1. The nature and character of the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a 
description of the documents to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at 
the original hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to "produce the evidence at the 
previous hearinc shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presentations fo 
requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the general practice of the 
Board that no verbal testimony shall be recieved when such request for rehearing is 
considered by the Board. 



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ITEM A Letter frorr D- . George keralis reouesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-363. 

Tne appellant had appealed the issuance of a permit tc alter a buildino at 227 El Cairi 

pel Mar. Or, February 1C, 1988, upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the board voted 

5-C tc uphold the department and grant the permit. 



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FOP ADOPTION OP FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

ITEM E Appeal Nc . 86-020 . Granting of a permit to alter a building at 376 Hill Street, 
hearing held or, February 17, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Jackson, the Board voted 
4-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 



APPEAL NOS. 87-296 to 87-300 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 
) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 6, 1987, to 
[EJM Construction, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[330 Fillmore Street, 
[at 338 Fillmore Street, 
[at 346 Fillmore Street, 
[at 352 Fillmore Street, 
[& at 360 Fillmore Street. 
[APPLICATION NOS. 8705070 
[ to 8705074. 

[REMANDED FROM SUPERIOR COURT. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(11/25) 



THANH MA, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 
WITH CONDITIONS 



APPEAL NO. 88-009 



[Imposition by Planning 
[Dept. on January 6, 1988, 
[of condition that no 
[wholesale sales are 
[permitted from bakery/ 
[restaurant operated by 
[Thanh Ma at 2943 Mission St. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(2/22) 



APPEAL NO. 87-370 



MICHAEL HONG, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty on 
[December 18, 1987, for work 
[done at 50-52 Diamond St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713961. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/30) 



VAN CAM VO, dba 
"HONG KONG MASSAGE", 

vs. Appellant 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 87-222 



[Revocation on July 31, 1987, 

[of Massage Establishment permit 

[at 450-B Jones Street. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (9/19) 



MARIA PASQj/lNI, Appellant, 

vs. 
POLICE' COMMISSION, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 87-369 




[Protesting issuance on 
[December 18, 1987, to 
[Marguerite McGee, a 
[Taxic/ab Permit 
[RESOLUTION NO. 171^-8' 
[FO/ HEARING TODAY 



(1/30) 



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APPEAL NO. 87-373 



PHILIP J. FAIGHT, 
"SCANDALS-A-BAR", 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, 



dba 
Appel lant 

Respondent 



"[Denial on December 21, 1987, of 
[Billiard Parlor, Dance Hall Keeper, 
[Mechanical Amusement Device, and 
[Place of Entertainment permits 
[at 162 Turk St. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/31) 



APPEAL NO. 88-004 



PHILIP GORDON GIETZEN, 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Denial on January 6, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2831 Laguna St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717478. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/15) 



APPEAL NO. 88-005 



GERD WENSKE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on December 28, 1987, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 591-593 Buena Vista West. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8612956. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/28) 



APPEAL NO. 88-011 



S. LUO PAJARVI, Appellant 
)) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Denial on January 7, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 127-129 Belvedere St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8612685. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/6) 



ERICA COWAN & JOAN FLORENCE, 
:) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-350 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 30, 1987, to 
[Neil Cotter, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[1254 18th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8708695 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/17) 



APPEAL NO. 87-366 



CARIN L. ELMAN, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 8, 1987, to 
[Daniel Fong, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 2010 Vallejo St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8703911 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/27) 



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APPEAL NO. 87-367 



ALEXANDER SCHWED, Appellant 
3A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[December 15, 1987, to 
[A. H. Coles, Jr., permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 1441 Shotwell St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8703115 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/30) 



APPEAL NO. 88-027 



ALEXANDER SCHWED, Appellant 
3B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 22, 1988, to 
[A. H. Coles, Jr., permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 1441 Shotwell St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8703636 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. ~ 



(3/8) 



APPEAL NO. 88-014 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 
4) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 8, 1988, to 
[Barbara & Oscar Turner, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1915 Eddy St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8610430. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/28) 



APPEAL NO. 88-015 



5) 



MOO T. SOO HOO, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 12, 1988, to 
[Don Benater, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[261 Cervantes Blvd. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717288. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/29) 



3) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentations shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATTIE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
Board not later than two days before the appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before them 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added). 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material 
submitted less than two days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal . Except in extraordi- 
nary cases, and to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be 
made by the Board except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for 
the rehearing shall submit a written request stating succinctly the grounds upon 
which such rehearing is requested, (b) If new evidence be relied upon as a 
ground for rehearing, the application shall show: l.The nature and character of 
the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a description of the doc- 
uments to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at the original 
hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the pre- 
vious hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presenta- 
tions for requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the gener- 
al practice of the Board that no verbal testimony shall be received when such 
request for rehearing is considered by the Board. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUEST FOR THE BOARD TO TAKE JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 10-DAY APPEAL PERIOD. 

ITEM A Letter from Claire C. Pilcher, Esq. on behalf of Virginia Stearns requesting 

the Board to take jurisdiction over a building permit issued for construction at 
3855-20th Street. 



Permit issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



January 15, 1988 
January 25, 1988 
February 25, 1988 



(Ms. Stearns has already protested the issuance of a demolition permit for this 
site which has been returned to City Planning for Proposition M findings.) 



APPEAL NO. 88-015 



MOO T. SOO HOO, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 12, 1988, to 
[Don Benater, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[261 Cervantes Blvd. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717288. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(2/29) 



APPEAL NO. 87-369 



MARIA PASQUINI, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 18, 1987, to 
[Marguerite Mc Gee, a 
[Taxicab permit. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 1719-87 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 88-030 



LOETA ETTA MILITELLO, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 4, 1988, to 
[Richard Lygutis, a 
[taxicab permit. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 329-88. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/30) 



(3/15) 



APPEAL NO. 88-032 



GINA ENR1QUEZ, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty on 
[February 5, 1988, for work 
[done at 431 Vicente St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8609109. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/16) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-033 

CINDY LEE, Appellant [Imposition of penalty on 

vs. [February 9, 1988, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done without a permit at 

[590-36th Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8714547. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-026 

WAH MA, Appellant [Denial on January 27, 1988, of 

vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 858-44th Ave. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [[APPLICATION NO. 8707129. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/8) 



A PPEAL NO. 88-028 

JOHN C. LEE, Appellant ""^Denial on January 29, 1988, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 740 Washington St. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8713472. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/12) 



APPEAL NO. 88-029 

MELBA STRAZULO, Appellant [Denial on February 3, 1988, of 

vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2554 Greenwich St. 

CITY PLANNING, request cancellation [Planning requires recordation of 

[special restrictions as condition 

[of approval . 

[APPLICATION NO. 8713153. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-023 

HUGH A. DONOHOE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [January 14, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [William & Lois Yen, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[1358 -26th St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8710396. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/5) 



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APPEAL NO. V88-021 

MARKBOROUGH CALIFORNIA PROPERTIES, "TProtesting issuance on 

A) vs. Appellants [January 12, 1988, to 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Federal Home Loan Bank, 



[Open Space Variance sought 

[for property located at 

[600 California St. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 86.85V 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/2) 



APPEAL NO. V88-022 

MARKBOROUGH CALIFORNIA PROPERTIES, Z TProtesting issuance on 

B) vs. Appellants [January 12, 1988, to 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Federal Hone Loan Bank, 

[Bay Window Variance, for 
[property located at 
[600 California St. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 86.85V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/2) 



2) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentations shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E, BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER, 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten min utes p er person, whi c hever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
Board not later than two day s before th e appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before them 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added). 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 

be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 

than two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material 
submitted less than two days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal . Except in extraordi- 
nary cases, and to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be 
made by the Board except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for 
the rehearing shall submit a written request stating succinctly the grounds upon 
which such rehearing is requested, (b) If new evidence be relied upon as a 
ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 1. The nature and character of 
the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a description of the doc- 
uments to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at the original 
hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the pre- 
vious hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presenta- 
tions for requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the gener- 
al practice of the Board that no verbal testimony shall be received when such 
request for rehearing is considered by the Board. 

City and County of San Francisco 
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Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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REQUESTS FOR REHEARING: 
ITEM A Letter from James T. 



Camp requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-020 . The appellant 



had protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 376 Hill Street. Hearing held 
February 17, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Jackson, the Board voted 4-0 to uphold 
the department and grant the permit. President Berg was absent. 

ITEM B Letter from David Cincotta, Esq., on behalf of Charles Vadalabene requesting 

rehearing of Appeal No. 87-344 . The appellant had protested the issuance of permit 

to demolish a building at 938 Santiago Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Medina, the 

Board voted 3-1 (Fung) to uphold the department and grant the permit. Four votes needed 

to overrule, the department was upheld and the permit granted. Hearing held February 17, 1988. 

ITEM C Letter from Edward Gaines requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-013 . The 
appellant had protested the order to cease and desist from conducting retail operations 
at 743-747 Haight Street, Upon motion of Commissioner Jackson, the Board voted 4-0 to 
uphold the Zoning Administrator's order subject to the condition that enforcement of the 
order be stayed until July 1, 1988. President Berg was absent. Hearing February 17, 1988. 

ITEM D Letter from Carol E. Gamble requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-328 . The 
appel lant had protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 32 Sussex Street. 
Hearing held February 17, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the Board voted 
4-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. President Berg was absent. 



APPEAL NO. 86-176 



ALD0 R. LUCCHESI, JR. & 
ANN B. RAMSEY, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Denial on June 23, 1986, of 
[permit to alter a building 
[at 3133-37 Broderick Street. 
[REMANDED FROM SUPERIOR COURT. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8407250. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/11) 



APPEAL NO. 88-023 



HUGH A. D0N0H0E, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 14, 1988, to 
[William & Lois Yen, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1358 -26th St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8710396. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(3/5) 



APPEAL NO. 88-040 



GEORGE LANCIA, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Suspension on 

[February 11, 1988, of 

[Driver Public Vehicle 

[permit and one-year 

[probation. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/29) 



APPEAL NO. 88-035 



JUNE RICHARD, Appellant 

vs. 
ART COMMISSION, Respondent 



[Suspension on 
[February 3, 1988, of 
[Street Artist permit, 
[for 30 days commencing 
[on February 15, 1988. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/27) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-007 



DANIEL J. LYONS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty on 
[January 11, 1988, for work 
[done without a permit at 
[303-353 Second Street. 
[RECEIPT NO. 01141. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/16) 



APPEAL NO. 88-010 



WICHAI KEAWKALAYA, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on January 5, 1988, 
[of permit application to Alter 
[a Building at 296 Evelyn Way. 
["FREEZE ORDER". 
[RESOLUCTION NO, 1079-87. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/23) 



APPEAL NO. 88-016 



JOSE & DELIA HERRERA, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on January 11, 1988, 
[of permit application to Alter 
[a Building at 251 Wheeler Ave. 
["FREEZE ORDER". 
[RESOLUTION NO. 1079-87. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/29) 



APPEAL NO. 88-018 



JOSE GARCIA, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on January 11, 1988, 
[of permit application to Alter 
[a Building at 93 Vienna St. 
["FREEZE ORDER". 
[RESOLUTION NO. 1079-87. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/1) 



APPEAL NO. 88-019 



FRANCISCO & GABRIELA ARMAS, 
)) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on January 11, 1988, 
[of permit application to Alter 
[a Building at 118 Lee St. 
["FREEZE ORDER". 
[RESOLUTION NO. 1079-87. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/1) 



RICHARD P. LIEBERMAN, Appellant 
I) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
DAHI DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-191 



"[Denial on July 15, 1987, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 620 Jones St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8601149. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/30) 



VLADIMIR J. SHPOTNIK, Appellant 
!) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-038 



[Denial on February 17, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1594 29th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717961. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/28) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-039 

BRUCE BAUMANN, Appellant [Denial on February 16, 1988, 

) vs. [of permit to Erect a Structure 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [at 3615 Buchanan/1600 Bay Sts. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8707405S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/29) 



APPEAL NO. 88-034 

A. E. WOLFGANG MASTERS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [February 4, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Vivian Scott, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[251-253 Bartlett Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8710264. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-041 

ERNEST C. YOUNG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [February 9, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Tony Chow, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[1256 7th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8717411. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/30) 



) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E, BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances jmd is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
Board not later than two days before the appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before them 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added). 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material 
submitted less than two days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal . Except in extraordi- 
nary cases, and to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be 
made by the Board except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for 
the rehearingshall submit a written request stating succinctly the grounds upon 
which such rehearing is requested, (b) If new evidence be relied upon as a 
ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 1. The nature and character of 
the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a description of the doc- 
uments to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at the original 
hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the pre- 
vious hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presenta- 
tions for requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the gener- 
al practice of the Board that no verbal testimony shall be received when such 
request for rehearing is considered by the Board. 

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Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

ITEM A Letter from S. Luo Pajarvi requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-011. The 
appellant had appealed the denial of permit to alter a building at 127-129 Belvedere 
Street. Hearing February 24, 1988. Upon motion President Berg, the Board voted 
4-0 to uphold the department and deny the permit. [Commissioner Jackson was absent.) 

ITEM B Letter from William Stout, Architect, on behalf of permit holder, A. H. 
Coles requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-376. Hearing February 24, 1988. The 
appellant, Alexander Schwed, had protested the issuance of permit to demolish a 
building at 1441 Shotwell Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the Board voted 
4-0 to overrule the department and deny the permit. (Commissioner Jackson was absent.) 

ITEM C Letter from William Stout, Architect, on behalf of permit holder, A.H. 
Coles requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-027. Hearing February 24, 1988. The 
appellant, Alexander Schwed, had protested the issuance of permit to erect a structure 
at 1441 Shotwell Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the Board voted 4-0 
to overrule the department and deny the permit. (Commissioner Jackson was absent.) 

ITEM D Letter from Carin L. Elman requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-366. The 
appellant had protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 2010 Vallejo 
Street. Hearing February 24, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Medina, the Board 
voted 4-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. (Commissioner Jackson was 
absent. ) 



APPEAL NO. 87-222 



VAN CAM V0, dba 
"HONG KONG MASSAGE", 

vs. Appellant 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on July 31, 1987, 
[of Massage Establishment permit 
[at 450-B Jones Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/19) 



APPEAL NO. 87-373 



PHILIP J. FAIGHT, dba 
"SCANDALS-A-BAR", Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Denial on December 21, 1987, of 

[Billiard Parlor, Dance Hall Keeper, 

[Mechanical Amusement Device, and 

[Place of Entertainment permits 

[at 162 Turk St. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/31) 



APPEAL NO. 88-042 



ALFRED LEE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for refund 
[of penalty imposed on 
[February 22, 1988, for 
[work at 544 2nd. Ave. 
[[APPLICATION NO. 8706021 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-047 



NADER N. TAWASHA, Appellant 



vs 



DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty on 
[February 29, 1988, for work 
[done at 533 Taylor St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8800472. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/9) 



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APPEAL NO. 87-356 



HUGH JESSUP, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 3, 1987, to 
[Mark Arbit, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[769 Duncan Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716728 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/21) 



APPEAL NO. 88-037 



RICHARD CONNOLLY, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 8, 1988, to 
[Bill C. K. Lee, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 590 36th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8714547 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/28) 



APPEAL NO. 88-043 



GORDON C. WONG, Appellant 
\) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 19, 1988, to 
[Stephen Goldstine, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1331 Green Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711803. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/4) 



APPEAL NO. 88-048 



3) 



JERRY HILL, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 19, 1988, to 
[Stephen Goldstine, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1331 Green Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711803. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/9) 



JEFFREY BRISS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-044 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 16, 1988, to 
[Linda E, Evans, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[143 Connecticut Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712736. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/1) 



MOUNT OLYMPUS NEIGHBORS ASSOC, 
•) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-045 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 22, 1988, to 
[Eva Schwarcz, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[333 Upper Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8614914, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/5) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-050 

BARBARA M. SCHICK, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [February 25, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Peter & Paul Bogatsky, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 2250 35th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8717771. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/11) 



APPEAL NO. 88-031 

ELLEN S. ARBENZ, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [January 28, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Pat Joy & Jerry Friedman, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Erect a Structure 

[at 4150 17th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8702683. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/16) 



) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to two minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATTIE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
Board not later than two days before the appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before them 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added). 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material 
submitted less than two days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal . Except in extraordi- 
nary cases, and to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be 
made by the Board except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for 
the rehearing shall submit a written request stating succinctly the grounds upon 
which such rehearing is requested, (b) If new evidence be relied upon as a 
ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 1. The nature and character of 
the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a description of the doc- 
uments to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at the original 
hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the pre- 
vious hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presenta- 
tions for requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the gener- 
al practice of the Board that no verbal testimony shall be received when such 
request for rehearing is considered by the Board. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

ITEM A Letter from Dennis Strazulo requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-029 . The 
appellant had protested the denial of permit to alter a building at 2554 Greenwich 
Street. Hearing held March 2, 1988. Upon motion of Vice President Engmann, the 
Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department subject to conditions. 



APPEAL NO. 87-222 

VAN CAM VO, dba [Revocation on July 31, 1987, 

"HONG KONG MASSAGE", Appellant [of Massage Establishment permit 

vs. [at 450-B Jones Street. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/19) 



APPEAL NO. 87-348 

HOWARD & MAUREEN SCHAADT, [Protesting issuance on 

& JEANNE GOLDMAN, Appellants [November 25, 1987, to 

vs. [Diane Mei-Ling So, permit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1836 Pacheco Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8710849. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (1/16) 



APPEAL NO. 87-369 

MARIA PASQUINI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

I vs. [December 18, 1987 to 

POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [Marguerite McGee, a 

[Taxi cab permit. 

[RESOLUTION NO. 1719-87. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/30) 



APPEAL NO. 88-030 

LOETA ETTA MILITELLO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [February 4, 1988, to 

POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [Richard Lygutis, a 

[Taxicab permit. 

[RESOLUTION NO. 329-88. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/15) 



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YOSSEDEK M. DESTA, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent 



APPEAL 

88-051 
88-056 
88-065 
88-066 
88-068 



[Protesting issuance of 
[Taxi cab permits on 
[February 22, 1988, to 
[the following persons. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



PERMIT HOLDER 


RESOLUTION NO. 


James Bolig 


282-88 


Wing Wong 


311-88 


Warren Wong, Sr. 


304-88 


Warren Wong, Jr. 


305-88 


Winston Wong 


310-88 



(4/11) 



RICHARD E. THOMAS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-006 



[Denial on January 7, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1460-1462 Page Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8705662. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/16) 



APPEAL NO. 88-017 



VICKIE STONE & RICHARD ZUCKERMAN, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on January 11, 1988, 

[of permit application to Alter 

[a building at 893 Noe St. 

["FREEZE ORDER". 

[RESOLUTION NO. 1079-87. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/1) 



APPEAL NO. 88-028 



JOHN C. LEE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
FIRE DEPT. DISAPPROVAL 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on January 29, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 740 Washington St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713472. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY.. 



(3/12) 



APPEAL NO. 88-049 



RONALD E. HOTHEM, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent 



"[Denial on February 19, 1988, 
[of approval of an Alcoholic 
[Beverage Control application 
[for property located at 
[430 Broadway St. 
[LICENSE TYPE 41. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/9) 



) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to three minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E, BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER, 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. _ 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
Board not later than two days before the appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before them 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added). 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material 
submitted less than two days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal . Except in extraordi- 
nary cases, and to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be 
made by the Board except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for 
the rehearing shall submit a written request stating succinctly the grounds upon 
which such rehearing is requested, (b) If new evidence be relied upon as a 
ground for rehearing, the application shall show: l.The nature and character of 
the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a description of the doc- 
uments to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at the original 
hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the pre- 
vious hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presenta- 
tions for requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the gener- 
al practice of the Board that no verbal testimony shall be received when such 
request for rehearing is considered by the Board. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 






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FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed . 

ITEM A Appeal No. 88-005. Hearing held February 24, 1988. Appellant Gerd Wenske 
appealed the denial of permit to alter a building at 591-593 Buena Vista West Avenue. 
Upon motion of Vice President Engmann, the Board voted 4-0 to overrule the department 
subject to conditions. Commissioner Jackson was absent. 

ITEM B Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 88-005. Continued from April 13, 1988, at request of David Cincotta, Esq. 



APPEAL NO. 88-006 



RICHARD E. THOMAS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on January 7, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1460-1462 Page Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8705662. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(2/16) 



ISHTIAQ A. BOKHARI, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPT., Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-076 



[Suspension for 10 days on 

[February 29, 1988, of 

[Driver Public Vehicle 

[permit. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/23) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-0 77 



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[March 8 
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(4/23) 



JAD JABER, Appellant 

vs. 
HEALTH DEPT., Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-081 



[Disapproval on 
[March 24, 1988, of 
[Health Department permit 
[for a food warehouse 
[at 1010i- 2 York Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/3) 



SAN FRANCISCO BAND FOUNDATION, 

) vs. Appellants 

DEPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-075 



[Denial on March 1, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1519 Mission St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709445. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/20) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-078 

ARHAND B. CHALMERS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 7, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mr. & Mrs. John Mulligan, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 2562 Great Highway. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8608664. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/30) 



APPEAL NO. 88-079 



BORIS KRALEVICH, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 11, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Asadoor 0. Astorian, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 2425 California Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8717211. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/2) 



APPEAL NO. 88-088 

BOB GRIMES, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [March 28, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [S. Suskauer & B. Dwyer, 

[permit to Alter a Building 

[at 170 Bonview Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8803904. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/15) 



APPEAL NO. V88-074 

FRANK WONG, Appellant [Denial on March 1, 1988, 

0) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance sought 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [for property located at 

[875 29th Avenue. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.781V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/20) 



APPEAL NO. V88-080 

MOO T. S00 H00, Appellant "TProtesting condition of 

L) vs. [issuance on March 16, 1988, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [to Tony M. Jorge da Silva, 

[of Rear Yard, Usable Open 
[Space & Off-Street Variances 
[sought for property located 
[at 251 Cervantes Blvd. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.576V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/3) 



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APPEAL NO. Y88-083 

J. A. ROKIN, Appellant "TDenial on March 15, 1988, 

) vs. [of Front Setback Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 2516 Bryant Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.600V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY... (5/9) 



) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



) Amendment to Rules of the Board (Section 5 Article I) concerning time limits 
for speakers pursuant to Section 16 . 5-1 of the San Francisco Administrative Code, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E, BERG PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS J. ENGMANN VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

JOSE E. MEDINA COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: Representatives of 
the Department, Board, Commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken 
shall open the discussion. The appellant shall then present his or her case. 
Rebuttal or closing remarks may be made by either party only in exceptional 
circumstances and is entirely within the discretion of the Board. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestants shall speak first. 

It shall be the procedure that the time allowed for each side shall not exceed 
fifteen minutes, or ten minutes per person, whichever is less . If more time is 
deemed necessary, such arguments must be made in writing, and received by the 
Board not later than two days before the appointed hearing . 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must be 
received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before them 
unless a Commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a majority 
of the members present. (Amended February 5, 1986) (Emphasis added). 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than two days before the hearing. The Board will not consider written material 
submitted less than two days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal . Except in extraordi- 
nary cases, and to prevent manifest injustice, motions for rehearing shall not be 
made by the Board except upon the following conditions: (a) The applicant for 
the rehearing shall submit a written request stating succinctly the grounds upon 
which such rehearing is requested, (b) If new evidence be relied upon as a 
ground for rehearing, the application shall show: 1. The nature and character of 
the new evidence; 2. The names of the witnesses and/or a description of the doc- 
uments to be produced; and 3. Why the evidence was not produced at the original 
hearing. Failure to exercise due diligence to produce the evidence at the pre- 
vious hearing shall be deemed grounds for denial of the petition. All presenta- 
tions for requests for rehearing shall be in writing, and it shall be the gener- 
al practice of the Board that no verbal testimony shall be received when such 
request for rehearing is considered by the Board. 

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MATTERS, FOR CONSIDERATION,. REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 88-005 . Continued from April 20, 1988, to May 4, 1988, at the request of 
Barry Pearl of City Planning. 

ITEM B Letter from Jad Jaber requestinq rehearing of Appeal No. 88-081 . Hearing April 20, 
1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Medina, the Board voted 3-1 to overrule the Department 
and grant the permit. Four votes needed to overrule, the dept. is upheld and the permit 
denied. (President Berg dissented.) 

ITEM C Letter from Inge Weidmann requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-063 . Hearing 
April 13, 1988. Upon motion of Vice President Engmann, the Board votea 4-0 to uphold 
the department and sustain the penalty. 

REQUEST FOR JURISD ICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD 

ITEM D Letter from Dorian Sarris requestino the Board to take jurisdiction over permit 
issued to him for work at 2167 Turk Street. Mr. Sarris was assessed and paid a penalty 
at the time the permit was issued. He would like to appeal the penalty and request 
a refund. 



Permit issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



March 3, 1988 

March 18, 1988 

April 19, 1988 

ITEM E Letter from Michael Carlyle requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over permit 
issued for work at 430 Bartlett Street. 

Permit issued March 31, 1988 

Appeal period ended April 15, 1988 

Request for jurisdiction received April IE, 1988 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed . 

ITEM F Appeal No 88-0 06. Hearing April 20, 1988. Richard E. Thomas appealed the denial 
of permit to al terT - buTlding at 1460-1462 Page Street. Upon motion of Vice President 
Enqmanr. , the Board voted 4-0 to overrrule the department and grant the permit. 
Commissioner Jackson was absent. 



LARRY STINSON, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT,. Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-094 



[Protesting issuance on 

[March 25, 1988, to 

[John McGeehan, dba 

["Do U.C. Us Mobile Catering", 

[a permit to do business 

[at 1420 4th Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/21) 



ROBERT J. BOSSI & ASSOCIATES, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-071 



[Revocation on March 2, 1988 : 
[of permits to Alter a 
[Building at 435 Valencia St, 
[APPLICATION NOS. 8715818 
[ & 8800900. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(4/16) 



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PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 88-089 



FLOOD PLUMBING COMPANY, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for refund 
[of penalty imposed on 
[March 25, 1988, for 
[installing boilers without 
[a permit at 433 Powell St. 
[INVOICE NO. 01805. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/16) 



APPEAL NO. 88-097 



BONANZA MANAGEMENT COMPANY, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for refund 
[of penalty imposed on 
[April 12, 1988, for work 
[done without a permit 
[at 3910 Geary Blvd. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8803549 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-086 



VICTOR WEINER, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on March 28, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 43 Molimo Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717441. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/10) 



APPEAL NO. 88-095 



LEONARD WOO, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Denial on April 6, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 444 Greenwich Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8800934. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/21) 



APPEAL NO. 88-101 



NANCY & STUART SCHEINHOLTZ, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent 



T Denial on April 12, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2417-2421 Larkin St. (88.123D) 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802304. 



[FOR HEARING TODAY 



(5/23) 



FRIENDS OF NOE VALLEY 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-090 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 25, 1988, to 
[Abraham & Gretta Kass, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 4049 24th St. (88.037D) 
[APPLICATION NO. 8715679. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/16) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-092 

EARL ROCKER, Appellant "["Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [March 28, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Pyotr Kligman, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[120 Whitney St. (87.517D) 
[APPLICATION NO. 8708996. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/17) 



APPEAL NO. 88-096 

ERMALINDA & WILLIAM HELGESON, [Protesting issuance on 

J vs. [March 28, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Odelin Perez, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[1179 Treat Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8717157. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/22) 



APPEAL NO. V88-087 

CLIFFORD C. SWEET, Appellant LDenial on March 22, 1988, 

vs. [of Minimum Lot Area, Rear 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, [Yard, Usable Open Space & 

Respondent [Off-Street Parking Variances 

[sought for property located 
[at 221 Lathrop Avenue. 
[VARIANCE NO. 87.514V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/14) 



) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



) FOR APPROVAL: Policy and Rule of the Board of Permit Appeals regulating the 

recycl ing of paper. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

JOSE E. MEDINA VICE PRESIDENT 

MATTIE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for their presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for oral arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
tnem unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARIN6 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 
REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A Letter from Robert D. Winkler, Esq., on behalf of appellant, Mr. Boris 
Kralevich, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-079 . Hearing April 20, 1988. Appellant 
had protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 2425 California Street. 
Upon motion of Vice President Engmann, the Board voted 4-0 to uphold the department 
and grant the permit. Commissioner Jackson was absent. 

ITEM B Letter from Carol E. Gamble, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 87-328 . The 
appel 1 ant had protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 32 Sussex Street. 
Hearing held February 17, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the Board voted 
4-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. President Berg was absent. This 
request continued from March 9, 1988 addendum to allow time for the Bureau of Building 
Inspection to review revised plans with neighbors. This matter continued from April 13, 
1988 addendum for further consideration. 



APPEAL NO. 88-092 

EARL ROCKER, Appellant ~TProtesting issuance on 

vs. [March 28, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Pyotr Kligman, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[120 Whitney St. (87.517D) 
[APPLICATION NO. 8708996. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/17) 



APPEAL WO. 87-344 

CHARLES M. VADALABENE, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellant [November 30, 1987, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Harry Wright, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Demolish a Building at 

[938 Santiago St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8715716. 

[FOR FURTHER REHEARING TODAY. (1/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-049 



RONALD E. HOTHEK, Appellant ^Denial on February 19, 1988, 

vs. [of approval of an Alcoholic 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [Beverage Control application 

[for property located at 

[430 Broadway St. 

[LICENSE TYPE 41. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (4/9) 



APPEAL NO. 88-110 

RONALD E. HOTHEM, Appellant [Denial on April 18, 1988, 

t vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Responoent [at 430 Broadway Street. 

:iTY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8800156. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/28) 



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PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 88-085 



ADAM SPARKS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Conditions 
[on March 16, 1988, attached 
[to a permit of occupancy 
[at 420 Jones Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/10) 



APPEAL NO. 88-112 



CHRISTOPHER WESTERGUARD, 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for refund 
[of penalty imposed on 
[April 7, 1988, for work 
[done without a permit at 
[377 Douglass Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802703. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/29) 



JOHN & ROSEMARY HIRSHBERG, & 
BENJAMIN SLICK, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-098 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 6, 1988, to 
[Douglas & Jill Hope, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2848 Scott Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802630. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/22) 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING I 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Responoent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-105 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 7, 1988, to the 
[Public Utilities Commission- 
[UEB, permit to Erect e 
[Structure at 1941 Harrison St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801205. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/28) 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-106 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 7, 1988, to the 
[Public Utilities Commission, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1940 Harrison St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801206. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/28) 



PUBLIC COfi'.ENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for eacn speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

JOSE E. MEDINA VICE PRESIDENT 

MATTIE J, JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for their presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for oral arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision anG may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

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1988 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed . 

ITEM A Appeal No. 87-344 protesting issuance of a permit to demolish a building at 
938 Santiago Street. Hearing May 11, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the Board 
voted 4-0 to revoke the permit. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 88-006 . Hearing April 20, 1988. The appellant, Richard E. Thomas, had protested 
the denial of permit to alter a building at 1460-1462 Page Street. Upon motion of Vice- 
President Engmann, the Board voted 4-0 to overrule the department and grant the permit. 
Commissioner Jackson was absent. 

ITEM C Letter from Victor Weiner requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-086 . Hearing 
May 4, 1988. The appellant had protested the denial of a permit to alter a building at 
43 Molimo Drive. Upon motion of Commissioner Jackson, the Board voted 1-3 to overrule 
the department and grant the permit. Four votes needed to overrule, the department is 
upheld and the permit denied. Commissioners Berg, Fung and Medina dissented. 

ITEM D Letter from Wayne Rieke on behalf of appellant, Clifford C. Sweet, requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. V88-087 . Hearing May 4, 1988. The appellant had protested the 
denial of a variance for property located at 221 Lathrop Avenue. Upon motion of 
President Berg, the Board voted 2-2 to uphold the department and deny the variance. 
Four votes need to overrule, the department is upheld and the variance denied. 
Commissioners Jackson and Medina dissented. 

ITEM E Letter from David Cincotta, Esq., on behalf of the appellant, Robert J. Bossi 
and Associates, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-071 . The appellants had appealed 
the revocation of permits to alter a building at 435 Valencia Street. Hearing May 4, 
1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Fung, the Board voted 4-0 to overrule the department 
and grant the permit subject to conditions. 

ITEM F Letter from J. A. Bokin requesting rehearing of Appeal No. V88-083 . The 
appellant had protested the denial of a variance for property located at 2516 Bryant 
Street. Hearing April 20, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Medina, the Board voted 
4-0 to uphold the Zoning Administrator and deny the variance. 



HOWARD & MAUREEN SCHAADT, 

& JEANNE GOLDMAN, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-348 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 25, 1987, to 
[Diane Mei-Ling So, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1836 Pacheco Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8710849. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(1/16) 



RICHARD P. LIEBERMAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
DAHI DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-191 



"[Denial on July 15, 1987, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 620 Jones Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8601149. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/30) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-010 



WICHAI KEAWKALAYA, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on January 5, 1988, 
[of permit application to Alter 
[a Building at 296 Evelyn Way. 
["FREEZE ORDER". 
[RESOLUTION NO. 1079-87. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(2/23) 



JOSE & DELIA 
DEPT. PUBLIC 



APPEAL NO. 88-016 



HERRERA, Appellants 

vs. 

WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on January 11, 1988, 
[of permit application to Alter 
[a Building at 251 Wheeler Ave. 
["FREEZE ORDER". 
[RESOLUTION NO. 1079-87. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(2/29) 



VICKIE STONE 



DEPT. PUBLIC 



APPEAL NO. 88-017 



& RICHARD ZUCKERMAN, 
vs. Appellants 
WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on January 11, 
[of permit application to 
[a building at 893 Noe St 
["FREEZE ORDER". 
[RESOLUTION NO. 1079-87. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



1986, 
Alter 



(3/1) 



APPEAL NO. 88-109 



HOUSE & HOUSE ARCHITECTS, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Rejection on April 15, 1988, 
[of permit application to 
[Alter a Building at 
[60 San Felipe Avenue. 
[REQUEST NO. 9000122. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/28) 



PACIFIC AVENUE NEIGHBORS, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-046 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 16, 1988, to 
[Gene Aubry, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2961 Pacific Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717918 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/6) 



SUZANNE D. CAUTHEN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-084 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 16, 1988, to 
[James Kelso, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[100 Alta Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802056 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/9) 




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APPEAL NO. 88-107 

MONA OSTERHOUDT, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [April 5, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Tony Fazio & Tony Campilongo, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 112 Fair Oaks Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8802961. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/28) 



APPEAL NO. 88-108 

MONA OSTERHOUDT, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [April 7, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Tony Fazio, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[112 Fair Oaks Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8700405. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/28) 



APPEAL NO. 88-111 

PHIL1PP & VIRGINIA FRINGS, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellants [September 10, 1987, to 

DEPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [John G. Day, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 1910 Baker Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8710712. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/29) 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 

Policy regarding slurs. Resolution for adoption. Recommended by Civil Service 
Commi ssion. 



Fee increase amendment. Proposal to increase appeal fees by amending Section 8 
of Part III of the S.F. Municipal Code. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

JOSE E. MEDINA VICE PRESIDENT 

MATT IE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for their presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for oral arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at e meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD . 

ITEM A Letter from Harry O'Brien* Esq., on behalf of Hong Kong Metro Realty Inc 
requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over the revocation of permits issued 
for work at 2987-38th Avenue, 3712 Ulloa Street, 3702 Ulloa Street, 3734 Ulloa 
Street and 3722 Ulloa Street. 



Permits revoked 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



May A, 1988 
May 19, 1988 
May 23, 1988 



ITEM B Letter from Earl Rocker requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-092 . Hearing 
May 4, 1988. Upon motion of President Berg, the Board voted 4-0 to uphold the 
department and grant the permit subject to conditions. 



MONA OSTERHOUDT, Appellant 
i) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-107 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 5, 1988, to 
[Tony Fazio & Tony Campilongo, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 112 Fair Oaks Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802961. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/28) 



MONA OSTERHOUDT, Appellant 
I) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-108 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 7, 1988, to 
[Tony Fazio, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[112 Fair Oaks Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8700405 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/28) 



CINDY J. WASELESKI, Appellant 
\) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-077 



[Revocation on 
[March 8, 1988, of Driver 
[Public Vehicle permit. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/23) 



CINDY J. WASELESKI, Appellant 
») vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 38-115 



[Revocation on 
[April 6, 1988, of Driver 
[Public Vehicle permit. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/30) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-129 



DEBRA SHARABI, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Denial on May 6, 1988, 
[of Pushcart Peddler permit 
tat the southeast corner 
[of Geary & Mason Streets. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-134 



PEGGY BLEY, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty 
[imposed on May 26, 1988, 
[for work done at 
[309 San Marcos Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806151. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/5) 



APPEAL NO. 88-125 



WAYNE WOO, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on May 6, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 645 Bosworth St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802816. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/15) 



APPEAL NO. 88-126 



ALBERT R. UJCIC, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 22, 1988, to 
[John Woolley Jr., permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[236 Randall St. (87.461D) 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709134. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/18) 



APPEAL NO. 88-127 



ERIC SCHWARTZ, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 2, 1988, to 
[Lisle Payne, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[3616 Jackson Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8805429. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/20) 



CHARLES J. LEWIN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-130 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[May 5, 1988, to 
[Steve Tsui, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[730 7th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802843. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/27) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-131 



JUNE L. GOLD, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 9, 1988, to 
[Melencio Alvarez, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[275 Santa Rosa Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8715884 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/28) 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



FEE INCREASE AMENDMENT: 



Proposal to increase appeal fees by amending Sec. 8 

of Part III of the S. F. Municipal Code. 

For adoption as amended at public hearing May 25, 1988. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

JERRY E. BERG PRESIDENT 

JOSE E. MEDINA VICE PRESIDENT 

MATTIE J. JACKSON COMMISSIONER 

FRANK S. FUNG COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for their presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for oral arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the memDers present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

ITEM A Election of Board officers. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD ' 

ITEM B Letter from Frank Zenner requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over permit 
issued for work at 388-5th Street. 



Permit issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



May 18, 1988 
June 2, 1988 
June 3, 1988 



JAD JABER, Appellant 

vs. 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-081 



[Denial on March 24, 1988,. 
[of Health Department permit 
[for a food warehouse 
[at 1010^ York Street. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(5/3) 



MARION COCHRANE, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-117 



[Reversion on 
[April 12, 1988, of 
[a Taxi Medallion permit 
[to the City of S.F. 
[MEDALLION NO. 345. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/6) 



JAMES REAM, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
DAHI DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-121 



[Denial on May 4, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a 
[Building at 2640 Green St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8805323. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/13) 



PETER & HOLLY GOTTSCHALK, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-133 



[Denial on May 12, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 641 Excelsior Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8615546. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/3) 



PACIFIC AVENUE NEIGHBORS, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-046 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 16, 1988, to 
[Gene Aubry, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2961 Pacific Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717918. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/6) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-123 



CHARLES F. HAINES, Appellant 
i vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 20, 1988, to 
[Michael Joyce, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 705 Foerster Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713359 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-124 



CHARLES F. HAINES, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 20, 1988, to 
[Michael Joyce, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 709 Foerster Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8713357 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-103 



WALLACE LIM, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Revocation on March 31, 1988, 
[of permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 50 Torrens Court. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8609945. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/24) 



NEIGHBORS & PROPERTY OWNERS 
ASSOCIATION, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-082 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 11 , 1988, to 
[Wallace Lim, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[50 Torrens Court. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8609945 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/4) 



APPEAL NO. 88-114 



HARLEY C. HARDESTY, Appellant 
vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 6, 1988, to 
[Charles Mosser, permit 
[to Alter a building at 
[2350 Union Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801882 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/30) 



MR. & MRS. A. ALARCON, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-116 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 15, 1988, to 
[Chris Lane, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1400 Washington St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8803292 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/4) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-119 

JOHN D. MICHAEL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [April 18, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mike Sarfaty, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[741-743 Castro St. and 

[588 Liberty St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8803435. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/11) 



APPEAL NO. V88-122 

SAMUEL NOILY, Appellant [Protesting conditions 2 & 4 of 

vs. [issuance on April 20, 1988, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [of Rear Yard variance sought 

[for property located at 

[1229 Diamond Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.236V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/13) 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

ESTHER Y. MARKS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES. ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for their presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the Departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 

Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS JUN 2 2 138Q 
WEDNESDAY/JUNE 22, 1988 ^ ^---o 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

A. Informational presentation and discussion of the following matters: 

NOTE: No public testimony will be received at this time. This is for informational 
purposes only and will not involve action on any matters. 

1. Board of Permit Appeals Organization. 

2. Charter, Ordinances, Prop M, Board Rules, Economic Interest Statements and 
travel out of state letters to the Mayor. 

3. City Attorney. 

4. Types of Appeals: 

a. Public Works - Demolition, alteration and new construction permits. 

b. City Planning - Discretionary Review decisions of Planning Commission on 
building permits. Variance decisions and determinations of Zoning 
Administrator. Project authorization decisions (beauty contest). 

c. Police - Taxicab, taxi driver, massage parlor, massage employee, mobile 
caterer, mechanical amusement device, billiard parlor, place of entertain- 
ment, cabaret permits, and pushcart permits. 

d. Art Commission - Street artist permits. 

e. Public Health - Restaurant and food storage permits. 

f. Fire - Parking lots, vehicle storage garage permits. 

g. Redevelopment Agency - Building permits. 

B. Public Comment. 

NOTE : Public comment will be limited in length to 3 minutes per speaker. The Board 
will not act on any matters raised. 

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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed. 

ITEM A Appeal No. 88-150 . Hearing June 29, 1988. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, 
the Board voted 4-0 to overrule the Zoning Administrator's Order. 

ITEM B Appeal No. 88-116 . Hearing June 29, 1988. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, 
the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit subject to conditions. 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM C : Letter from Charles F. Haines requesting a rehearing of Appeals Nos . 88-123 and 
88-124 . Hearing June 15, 1988. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 
4^1 ("President Marks dissented) to uphold the department and grant the permits subject 
to conditions. The appellant protested the issuance of permits to erect structures at 
705 Foerster Street and 709 Foerster Street. 



ITEM D: Letter from Howard N. Ellman, Esq., requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-046 . 
Hearing June 29, 1988. The appellants, Pacific Avenue Neighbors, had appealed tfie~~ 
issuance of permit to alter a building at 2961 Pacific Avenue. Upon motion of Commissioner 
Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 



APPEAL NO. 88-146 



WARN0CK A. HOLMES, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [May 19, 1988, to John Lau, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Alter a Building 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 258-18th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8707464. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (7/13) 



APPEAL NO. 88-081 

JAD JABER, Appellant [Denial on March 24, 1988,. 

vs. [of Health Department permit 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent [for a food warehouse 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [at 1010^ York Street. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (5/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-162 

ZUNI CAFE, Appellant [Order on June 15, 1988, 

vs. [to cease from the operation 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent [of an oven at 1658 Market St. 

[RESOLUTION NO. 88-27. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/26) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-161 

MICHAEL MALBASA, Appellant [Imposition of penalty 

vs. [on June 15, 1988, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 1008 Alabama 

[Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8805939. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/26) 



APPEAL NO. 88-168 

MARKBOROUGH CALIFORNIA PROPERTIES, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellants [June 10, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Federal Home Loan Bank, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Demolish a Building 

[at 600 California Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8803564. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-169 

MARKBOROUGH CALIFORNIA PROPERTIES, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellants [June 10, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Federal Home Loan Bank, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Demolish a Building 

[at 551 Kearny Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8803563. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-101 

NANCY & STUART SCHEINHOLTZ, [Denial on April 12, 1988, 

vs. Appellants [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [at 2417-2421 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8802314. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/23) 



APPEAL NO. 88-151 

RUPERT YAM, Appellant [Rejection on June 1, 1988, 

vs. [of permit application to 

DEPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [80 Panorama Dr. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9000209. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/18) 



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PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 88-144 



FOUNDATION FOR SAN FRANCISCO 
ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 19, 1988, to Four 
[Seas Invstmnt Corp., permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 612 Washington Street. 
[(Colombo Building) 
[APPLICATION NO. 8714212. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/7) 



APPEAL NO. 88-152 



MARC LORAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 26, 1988, to 
[Mark Tarn, permit to 
[Demolish a Building 
[at 1641 12th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8604078, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/19) 



APPEAL NO. 88-148 



MARC LORAN, Appellant 

i vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 27, 1988, to 
[Mark Tarn, permit to 
[Erect a Structure 
[at 1641 12th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8613318. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/16) 



APPEAL NO. 88-153 



GARY RAUGH, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 26, 1988, to 
[Maria & George Hartman TR, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2600 Pacific Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8604078. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/19) 



GEORGIA BRITTAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-155 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 27, 1988, to 
[Steve Beckerman, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 4023 Army Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8706496 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/23) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-163 



13) 



2029 FILLMORE STREET TENANTS, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 9, 1988, to 
[Astoriam Investments, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2029 Fillmore Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807669. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/27 



APPEAL NO. 88-166 



14) 



FOSTER REED, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 7, 1988, to H. Shapiro, 
[C. McCullough & H. Schneider, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 932 Church Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801191. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/31 



APPEAL NO. 88-173 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 
15) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 8, 1988, to 
[Anthony Wong, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 3640 18th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707470 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/28 



16) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

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VTTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

[QUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

rEM A Letter from Michael D. Franklin requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over 
srmit issued for a Kosher hot dog stand in the 1200 block of Battery Street adjacent 
d Levi ' s Plaza. 

Permit issued June 14, 1988 

Appeal period ended June 29, 1988 

Request for jurisdiction received July 8, 1988 

EQUESTS FOR REHEARING: 

TEM B Letter from Stanley M. Smith requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-138 . 
ppellant had protested the issuance of permit to Erect a Structure at 2261 Bush 
treet. Hearing June 29, 1988. Upon motion Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 
-1 (Commissioner House dissented) to uphold the department and grant the permit. 

TEM C Letter from Brian Connors, Esq. on behalf of Christopher Lane and the 1400 
ashington Street Association, requesting rehearing v of Appeal No. 88-116 . Hearing 
une 29, 1988. Appellants had protested the issuance to Mr. Connor's clients a 
ermit to alter a building at 1400 Washington Street. Upon motion of Commissioner 
elbostad, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit 
ubject to conditions. 

TEM D Letter from Sal C. Balistreri, Esq., on behalf of Anthony Ching, requesting 
shearing of Appeal No. 88-140. Hearing June 29, 1988. Appellant had appealed the 
snial of masseur permit at 1750 Geary Boulevard. Upon motion of Commissioner 
Duse, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and deny the permit. 

[ £M E . Letter from Jack Wholey, Esq., on behalf of permit holder, John Woolley, Jr., 
guesting that the Board reconsider its' decision to rehear Appeal No. 88-126. 
ie Appellant, Albert R. Ujcic, had protested the issuance of a permit to erect 
structure at 236 Randall Street. On June 29, 1988, upon motion of Commissioner 
"ior, the Board voted 5-0 to rehear the appeal and scheduled it for hearing on 
ily 20, 1988. 

- 'J LADOPTION OF FINDINGS ON LY: Public hearing closed. 

.EMJL Appeals Nos. 88-168 and 88-169. Hearing July 13, 1988. Upon motion of 
nmissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 3-1 (Commissioner House dissented) to 
hold the department and grant the permits. The permits were issued to the 
deral Home Loan Bank to demolish buildings at 600 California Street and 551 

larny Street. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JULY 20, 1988 PAGE TWO 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 88-162 



ZUNI CAFE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent 



"[Order on June 15, 1988, 
[to cease from the operation 
[of an oven at 1658 Market St 
[RESOLUTION NO. 88-27. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(7/26) 



APPEAL NO. 88-155 



GEORGIA BRITTAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 27, 1988, to 
[Steve Beckerman, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 4023 Army Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8706496. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(7/23) 



APPEAL NO. 88-163 



2029 FILLMORE STREET TENANTS, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 9, 1988, to 
[Astoriam Investments, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2029 Fillmore Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807669. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(7/27) 



SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING & 
CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-173 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 8, 1988, to 
[Anthony Wong, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 3640 18th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707470. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY 



(5/28) 



ANDRES de la CRUZ, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 



V88-145 

TDenial 



on May 24, 1988, 
[Front Setback Variance 
[sought for property 
[located at 483 Rolph St. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.579DV 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(7/7) 



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PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO 88-126 



ALBERT R. UJCIC, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 22, 1988, to 
[John Wool ley, Jr., permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[236 Randall St. (87.461D) 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709134. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(6/18) 



APPEAL NO. 88-167 



HENRY LUCERO, Jr., Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty 
[on June 24, 1988, 
[for work done without a 
[permit at 3335 26th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806142 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-178 



AMERAH EDAIS, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



I Denial on June 22, 1988, 
[of Mechanical Amusement 
[Device permit at 
[5001 Third Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/14) 



STAR SHEET METAL & HEATING 
CO., INC. Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
HEALTH DEPT. DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-179 



"[Denial on June 20, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter 
[a Building at 
[3445 California St. 
[(Hood over Rotisserie) 
[APPLICATION NO. 8804778 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/14) 



IZKO POSLAVSKY, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-154 



"[Denial on June 7, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1588 18th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709900. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/20) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-176 



ROBERT P. CLARKE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 17, 1988, to 
[Yu Sio Ping & So Sin Yu, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 623 - 22nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8706937. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/10) 



APPEAL NO. 88-177 



GEORGE G. SHELTON, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 23, 1988, to 
[Raul Raguz, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2670 Greenwich Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711562 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-183 



PENNY BROGDEN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 

[April 22, 1988, to 

[Grant-Green Partnership, 

[permit to Alter a 

[Building at 1416 Grant Ave 

[APPLICATION NO. 8802949. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/16) 



JOSEPH ALLEN KAUFMAN, 

vs . 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, 



Appellant 
Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-141 



[Determination on May 20, 1988, 
[that a Union Meeting Hall is 
[considered a Private Club and 
[not a Commercial Use under 
[applicable North of Market 
[Special Use Provisions. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/12) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JULY 20, 1988 PAGE FIVE 



SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD 



APPEAL NO. 88-155 

GEORGIA BRITTAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

i #4) vs. [May 27, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Steve Beckerman, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 4023 Army Street. 
[SITE INSPECTION TUESDAY, 
[JULY 19, 1988, AT 5:00 P.M. (7/23) 



APPEAL NO. 88-163 

2029 FILLMORE STREET TENANTS, [Protesting issuance on 

l #5) vs. Appellants [June 9, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Astoriam Investments, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[2029 Fillmore Street. 
[SITE INSPECTION TUESDAY, 
[JULY 19, 1988, AT 6:00 P.M.. (7/27) 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARIN G 

from the date of a 



Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date o 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, S 



ec- 



tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 



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Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

[OR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed. 

ITEM A Appeal No. 88-126 . Hearing July 20, 1988. The appellant, Albert R. Ujcic, 
lad appealed the issuance of a permit to erect a structure at 236 Randall Street. 
Jpon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 4-1 (President Marks dissented) 
to uphold the Department and grant the permit. 

REQUEST FOR MODIFICATION OF CONDITION: 

ITEM NO. C Appeal No. 87-351 . On January 20, 1988, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold an 
alteration permit for renovation of a 30-unit apartment house at 1416 Grant Avenue 
[>n condition that the permit would be valid for six months. The permit holder seeks 
a 5-month extension in order to finish the renovation. (Building Permit Application 
No. 8713104). 



PUBLIC COGENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 87-348 



HOWARD & MAUREEN SCHAADT & 
JEANNE GOLDMAN, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 25, 1987, to 
[Diane Mei-Ling So, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1836 Pacheco Street. 
TAP PL I CAT I ON NO. 8710849. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(1/16) 



APPEAL NO. 88-129 



DEBRA SHARABI, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPT., Respondent 



"[Demi"; on May 6, 1988, 
[of Pushcart Peddler permit 
[at the southeast corner of 
[Geary & Mason Streets. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(6/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-184 



LINDA PAK, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPT. , Respondent 



"[Denial on June 22, 1988, of 
[Outcall Massage Service permit 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/1) 



JAD JABER, Appellant 

vs. 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-081 



"[Denial on March 24, 1988, 
[of Health Department permit 
[for a food warehouse 
[at lOlOh. York Street. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(5/3) 






JIM MULLINS, 


Appell 


ant 


DEPT 
CITY 


. PUBLIC 
PLANNING 


WORKS, Respondent 
1 DISAPPROVAL 



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APPEAL NO. 88-180 

SAN FRANCISCO AMBULANCE ASSOC, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellants [June 20, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondents [Emergency Resource Group, 

[Inc., permit for Routine 

[Medical Transport Vehicle 

[Service. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-139 

[Denial on May 31, 1988, 

[of permit to Erect a Structure 

[at 38 San Jose Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8710539. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-172 

MICHAEL O'BRIEN, Appellant [Denial on June 24, 1988, of 

vs. [permit to Demolish a Building 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [at 1578 - 10th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8714447. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-171 

MICHAEL O'BRIEN, Appellant [Denial on June 24, 1988, of 

vs. [permit to Erect a Structure 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [at 1578 - 10th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8614827. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-181 

CLAUDIA SHEA, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 22, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Gow Y. Lee, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[315 Corbett Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8805526. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-186 

HELEN MARTIN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 24, 1988, to 

OtPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [William J. Handel , permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

L 140 Divisadero Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8806514. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/20) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-187 



DAVID 


GREEN, 


Appell 


ant 




DEPT. 
CITY 


PUBLIC 
PLANNING 


WORKS, Respon 
i APPROVAL 


dent 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[June 6, 1988, to 
[Veronica Tedeschi , permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[584-586 2nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8710671. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-195 

JEANNE GHIGLIERI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 30, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [R. Sander, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[39 Genoa Place. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8800602. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/23) 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttals 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed rot.'ce will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office: 

J£ QUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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MEETING OF THE BUARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

I 1 Wednesday! august io, 1988 

, 5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

1ATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

[TEM A Letter from Nathaniel Abel requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over 
jermit issued for a structural addition at 8 Russian Hill Place. 

Permit issued July 11 , 1988 

Appeal period ended July 26, 1988 

Request for jurisdiction received July 29, 1988 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM B Letter from Michael Hallett, on behalf of permit holder, Raul Raguz, requesting 
a rehearing of Appeal No. 88-177. Hearing July 20, 1988. The appellant, George 
G. Shelton, had appealed the issuance of permit to alter a building at 2670 Greenwich 
Street. Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Prior 
dissented) to overrule the department and revoke the permit. 

ITEM C Letter from Janos Gluck, permit holder, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-183. 
Appellant had protested issuance of permit to alter a building at 1416 Grant Avenue. 
Upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the department and deny 
the permit. 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing close d. 

ITEM D Appeal No. 88-139 . Hearing August 3, 1988. Denial of permit to erect a 
structure at 38 San Jose Avenue. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 
l-l (President Marks dissented) to overrule the department and grant the permit 
subject to conditions. 

REQUEST FOR MODIFI CATION OF CONDITION: 

[JEM_E_ Appeal No. 87-351 . On January 20, 1988, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold an 
iteration permit for renovation of 6 30-unit apartment house at 1416 Grant Avenue on 
.ondition that the permit would be valiG for six months. The permit holder seeks a 

.nth extension in order to finish the renovation (Building Permit Application 
lo. 8713104). 

JEM F Consideration of letter from Margaret A. Verges for Presidio Avenue Association of 
•oncerned Neighbors regarding toxic materials and the Kaiser project site at 2130-2140 
I'Farrell Street. 



PUBLIC CGWOT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 






MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 10, 1988 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 88-162 

ZUNI CAFE, Appellant [Order on June 15, 1988, 

vs. [to cease from the operation 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent [of an oven at 1658 Market St. 

[RESOLUTION NO. 88-27. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (7/26) 



APPEAL NO. 88-176 

ROBERT P. CLARKE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 17, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Yir Sio Ping & So Sin Yu, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 623 - 22nd Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8706937. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (8/10) 



APPEAL NO. 88-127 

ERIC SCHWARTZ, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [May 2, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Lisle Payne, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[3616 Jackson Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8805429. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-184 

LINDA PAK, Appellant [Denial on June 22, 1988, 

vs. [of Outcall Massage Service 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/1) 



APPEAL NO. 88-20 2 

MICHAEL D. FRANKLIN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 14, 1988, to 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [David T. Tomas, Pushcart 

[Peddler's permit at 

[1200 Block of Battery St. 

[METER #1219. 

[dba "DAVID'S KOSHER FRANKS". 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/11) 



APPEAL NO. 88-197 

JANET TRAUB, Appellant [Appealing for refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed on 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [July 18, 15S8, for work 

[done at 1229 Washington St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8803036. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/29) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 10, 1988 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 88-196 



JOANNA MC CLURE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Denial on July 12, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 861 Ashbury Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807644. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/23) 



APPEAL NO. 88-198 



DRAKE GARDNER, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Denial on July 5, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 151-155 Divisadero St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806311. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/29) 



APPEAL NO. 88-188 



JAMES E. THOMPSON & DIANA KERR, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 29, 1988, to 
[Vista Villa Investments, 
[permit to Erect a Structure, 
[at 191 Cresta Vista Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707448. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-189 



JAMES E. THOMPSON & DIANA KERR, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 29, 1988, to 
[Vista Villa Investments, 
[permit to Erect a Structure, 
[at 185 Cresta Vista Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707449. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-190 



JAMES E. THOMPSON & DIANA KERR, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 29, 1988, to 
[Vista Villa Investments, 
[permit to Erect a Structure, 
[at 181 Cresta Vista Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707450. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/22) 



JAMES E 



THOMPSON 
vs. 



)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 



:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL 



DIANA KERR, 
Appellants 
Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 38-191 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[0 r»e 29, 1988, to 
[Vista Villa Investments, 
[permit to Erect a Structure, 
[at 175 Cresta Vista Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707451. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/22) 






MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 10, 1988 PAGE FOUR 



APPEAL NO. 88-192 



JAMES E. THOMPSON & DIANA KERR, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 29, 1988, to 
[Vista Villa Investments, 
[permit to Erect a Structure, 
[at 167 Cresta Vista Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707452. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-193 



JAMES E. THOMPSON & DIANA KERR, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 29, 1988, to 
[Vista Villa Investments, 
[permit to Erect a Structure, 
[at 161 Cresta Vista Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707453. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-194 



JAMES E. THOMPSON & DIANA KERR, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 29, 1988, to 
[Vista Villa Investments, 
[permit to Erect a Structure, 
[at 155 Cresta Vista Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707454. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/22) 



Consideration of letter to Commissioner Beverly J. Prior from Michael Stanton, AIA, 
concerning Proposition M and affordable housing. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
cific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed rot.-'ce will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQU ESTS, FOR. REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

6 . City and County of San Francisco 

Kobert H. Feidman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

U?c\ tlVC D1rector Room 154-A, City Hall 

I4i5) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FC ■ AND OTHER COW 

KQUEST FOR JURI SDICTION B 

A Letter a^d otl" ials from Mc A. Verges, s 

Presidio Avenue A< of C ' g that the E 

jurisdiction over twc r z : issued alteration building ts for work at 

2190 O'Farrell Street on the Kaiser E-Z Stora; ige. Application He. 8 

for modification of entrance for parking and addition of new lane. 

Permit issued June 21, 1988 

Appeal period ended July 6, 1988 

Letter received July 25, 1988 



ITEM B Application No. 8806779 10 remodel ground floor elevator lobby for new 
snack bar at 2190 O'Farrell Street. 

Permit issued July 14, 1988 

».. 

Appeal period ended July 29, 1988 

AUG 2 5 1988 

Letter received July 25, 1988 

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ITEM C Letter from Robert Beishline dated August 16,1988, requesting that the Board 
take jurisdiction over an Order to Cease Violation of the Planning Code issued by the 
Department of City Planning on January 5, 1988. The violations of the Planning Code 
regulations are change of copy on an illegal sign and lettering on an awning without 
a permit, all at 975 Bush Street. 

Order issued January 5, 1988 

Appeal period ended( 10-day period in effect still) January 15, 1988 

Letter received August 16, 1988 



FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed. 

ITEM D Appeal No. 88-139 . Hearing August 3, 1988. Denial of permit to erect 
a new 3-unit, 3-occupied level residential building at 38 San Jose Avenue. 
Jpon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 4-1 (President Marks 
iissented) to overrule the department and to grant the permit subject to 
:onditions. 

JEM E Appeal No. 88-141 . Hearing July 20, 1988. Determination by the 
)epartment of City Planning that a union meeting hall is a private club or lodge. 
Ipon motion of President Marks the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Prior dissented) 
;o overrule the department and to deem the proposed use a commercial use not 
' private club or lodge. 



MJBLIC COMHENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEETING OF THE B; OF PL t t 24, 19 PAGE TWO 



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Api lis 
vs. 
DEPT. P, 
CITY PL/ 



[Protesting issuance on 
[No 25, 1927, to 
[Di ' Ling So, per 
[to Al ter a Building at 
[1836 Pacheco Sti a 
CAPPLIC^' : 10849. 
[FOR FU TODAY 



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CAFE, / 

vs. 
. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent 



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[to 

[of an over at 16: . '•■ St 

[RE! 88-27. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(7/26) 



CRAIG DAVISON, Appellant 
vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, ResDonc 



APPEAL NO. 88-206 



[Appealing for refund 
[of penalty imposed on 
[August 5, 1988, for 
[work done without permit 
[at 3839 Washington Street 
[(Presidio Hill Scnool ) . 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810471. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/14) 



IZKO POSLAVSKY, Appellant 
vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-154 



[Denial on June 7, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
fat 1588 18th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709900. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/20) 



ANNA MULROY & DOROTHY COYLE, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-208 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 25, 1988, to 
[John & Nanette Madden, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 168 Kenwood Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8805080. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/17) 



MICHAEL O'BRIEN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-172 



"[Denial on June 24, 1988, of 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 1578 - 10th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8714447. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/3) 



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vs. 
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APPEAL MO. 88-185 



GORDON C. WONG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 19, 1988, to 
[Stephen Golds tine, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1331 Green Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711803. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/17) 



APPEAL NO. 88-203 



GERALD & PEGGY MEYERS, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 

[July 26, 1988, to 

[Ronald 

[Alter a Building 

[774 Duncan St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8708687 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Ernst, permit to 
at 



(9/12) 



) Last Item: Consideration of letter to Commissioner Beverly J. Prior from Michael 
Stanton, AIA, concerning Proposition M and affordable housing. The Board will 
also discuss residential alterations and additions and criteria for review of 
permit appeals involving such alterations. 



ESTHlR Y, M PRESIDEH1 I 

VKW: 6. f VICE PRESIK 

RA s COf 

PAUL H. f. Ci 

BEVERLY J, PR1 ( 



DC"::- LE 0! COURT REPORTER - 456 " 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL OIL A RECE 

NECESSAfi THE CC LNCE OF THE HE^ ER. 

B , ARTICLE 1 S & 

The order of pre ' as follows: In the ca :' 

peal of denials, revocations th€ re\ t : , 

ment, board, co - ion or person from whe : Jer th€ appeal is ta! shall 

speak first and shall bo allowed seven (7) ■■ s foi thier p »< 

three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings, 

D . _, , City and County of San Francisco 

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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM A: Letter from Bob Clarke, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-176 . 
Hearing August 10, 1988. Mr. Clarke had protested the issuance of a permit to alter a 
building at 623-22nd Avenue. Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 4-0 
to uphold the department and grant the permit subject to conditions. Commissioner Prior 
was absent for this appeal. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

ITEM B: Letter from Alice Devine requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over a 
permit issued for pushcart peddler located at N.W. corner of Spear and Howard Street 



Permit issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



June 7, 1988 
June 22, 1988 
August 22, 1988 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



JEANNE GHIGLIERI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-195 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 30, 1988, to 
[R. Sander, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[39 Genoa Place. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8800602. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY 



(8/23) 



LIEN KIM NGUYEN, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPT., Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 38-205 



"[Denial on July 25, 1988, 
[of a Masseuse permit at 
[451 O'Farrell Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/14) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 31, 1988 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 88-209 

RAYMOND I. WILSON, Appellant [Suspension on July 25, 1988 

vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit for 30 days to be 

[held in abeyance during a 
[one year probation period. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/18) 



APPEAL NO. 88-214 

LISA JURINA, Appellant [Denial on August 3, 1988, 

vs. [of a Masseuse permit for 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [work at 1 Colin Place, dba, 

["Aloha Spa". 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/24) 



APPEAL NO. 88-210 

WILLIAM H. BILLINGSLEY, [Denial on August 4, 1988, 

vs. Appellant [of permit to Alter a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 1801 Broadway 

[Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8808882. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/18) 



APPEAL NO. 88-213 

VICTORIA VASSELLO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [August 8, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Giampiero Pucci , permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 



[480 Princeton Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8806932. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/24) 



LAST ITEM: Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each 
speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before tne Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL BOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific C>ate by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room.no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call t'^e Board office 
at 554-67 20 for scheduling or ether information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS. FOR R EHE ARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

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NO MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR 
SEPTEMBER 7, 1988. 



THE NEXT MEETING OF THE BOARD IS SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 14, 1988, 
AT 5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL. 



ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING SCHEDULING OR ANY OTHER PERMIT APPEALS 
MATTERS MAY BE DIRECTED TO THE STAFF AT 554-6720 IN THE BOARD 
OFFICE, ROOM 154-A, CITY HALL. 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



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DOCUMENTS DErr. 

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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM A Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 88-154. Dates of hearing July 20, 1988, and August 24, 1988. The appellant 
Izko Poslavsky, had appealed the denial of permit to alter a building at 1588-18th Ave. 
Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the department 
and grant the permit. 

UJ1JL Letter from Anna Mulroy and Dorothy Coyle requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 88-208^ Hearing August 24, 1988. The appellants had protested the issuance 
of permit to alter a building at 168 Kenwood Way. Upon motion of Commissioner House, 
the Board voted 3-2 (Marks and Melbostad dissented) to uphold the department and grant 
the permit. Four votes being needed to overrule, the department is upheld and the 
permit granted. 



FOR ADOPTION OF FIND I NGS ON LY: Public hearing closed 



ITEM C Appeal No.V88-145. Hearing July 20, 1988. The appellant, Andres de la Cruz, 
protested the denial of a variance for property located at 483 Rolph Street. Upon 
motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the Zoning 
Administrator and grant the permit subject to conditions. 



CORRESPONDENCE: 

ITEM D Letter from Thomas J. Mellon 
ent tc the subject property at 
of Penmit Appeals, its members and i 
by way of further procfedings, rehear 
the record to accurately reflect the 
U its hearing on August 3, 19S8, upo 
*oted 4-1 (President Marks dissented 
>ermit suoject to conditions. On Aug 
'•akras, the Boarc voted 3-2 (Marks 
)f fact and conditions supporting 



on behalf of Len Mejia, the neighbor 
38 San Jose Avenue, calling "upon the Board 
ts staff to take any and all necessary action, 
ing of this matter or otherwise, to correct 
proceedings that have occurred in this matter." 
n motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the Board 
) to overrule the department and grant the 
ust 24, 1988, upon motion of Vice-President 
and Melbostad dissenting) to adopt findings 
the decision of August 3, 1988. 



p UBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker, 



.INDA PAK, Appellant 

vs. 
0L ICE DEPT., Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88- 184 



"[Denial on June 22, 1988, of 
[Outcall Massage Service permit 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/1) 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 14, 1988 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 88-221 



PHANNIPA BRAXTON, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPT. , Respondent 



"[Denial on August 3, 1988, 
[of a Masseuse Trainee permit 
[at 451 O'Farrell Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/26) 



APPEAL NO. 88-204 



GRIFFIN V. ALANSON, 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 



Appellant 
Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty 
[imposed on July 29, 1988, 
[for work done without a 
[permit at 422 Haight St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711660. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-174 



DANIEL J. OPPENHEIM, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Denial on June 30, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 461 Ashbury Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802014. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-216 



ROBERT F. BARKER, 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 



Appellant 
Respondent 



"[Denial on August 16, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 715 Schrader Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806906. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-219 



JAMES L. GATTEN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on August 16, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[at 1975 - 8th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808193. 
[FOR HEARING TOC . 



(9/25) 



STEVEN & ALBA SCHUSCHEREBA, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-211 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 27, 1988, to 
[J. Orecchia & N. Lopez, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 551 46th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801526. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/19) 



NICK BERNARTE, ROSE 
NAPOLEON CABALUNA, 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 



APPEAL NO. 88-215 



CABALUNA & 
Appellants 

Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 3, 1988, to 
[Phillip Griffin, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[662 & 662A Natoma St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808976 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/25) 



MEETING UF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 14, 1988 PAGE THREE 

APPEAL NO. 88-217 

JULIET CUATON, Appellant ~~ [^Protesting issuance on 

vs. [August 10, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Elba, Henry & Mary Lucero, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 3335 - 26th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8806142. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-218 

NICKOL/S A. DI/tflAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

[August £J, 1988, to 
Respondent [Larry Wassermen, permit 

[to Alter a Building at 
[2960/ Van/Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807974. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-220 

JOE & JACQUELINE GOLDMAN, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellants [August 4, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Lew & Hirolso Makino, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 415 El Camino Del Mar. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8811190. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/26) 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM A Letter from Genoa Place Neighbors requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-195, 
Hearing August 31, 1988. The appellants had protested the issuance of permit to 
alter a building at 39 Genoa Place. Upon motion of Vice-President Kakras, the 
Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit subject to conditions, 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION 1 BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

ITEM B Letter from Mark A. Stevens, AIA, requesting the Board take jurisdication 
Dver an Order to Cease Violation of the Planning Coae issued May 26, 1988, for 
removal of banners in front of Spuntino's Restaurant at 524 Van Ness Avenue. 



Order issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



May 26, 1988 
June 10, 1988 
September 20, 1988 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



JIM MULLINS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-139 



"[Denial on May 31, 1988, 

[of permit to Erect a Structure 

[at 38 San Jose Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8710539. 

LF0R REHEARING TODAY. (7/3) 



YOUNG ANN KIM & IN KYUNG KIM, 

vs. Appellants 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-302 



"[Denial on October 9, 1987, 
[of permit to Operate a 
[Restaurant at 92 Judah St. 
[(Joky's Place) . 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(11/28) 



DEBRA SHARABI, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DtPT., Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-129 



[Denial on May 6, 1988, 
Lof Pushcart Peddler permit 
[at the southeast corner of 
[ Geary & Mason Streets. 
LFOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(6/20) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1988 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 88-217 



JULIET CUATON, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 10, 1988, to 
[Elba, Henry & Mary Lucero, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 3335 - 26th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806142. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(9/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-219 



JAMES L. GATTEN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on August 16, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[at 1975 - 8th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808193. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-226 



KAR TUNG SEE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for refund 
[of penalty imposed on 
[August 29, 1988, for work 
[done without a permit at 
[390 26th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8805034. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/8) 



APPEAL NO. 88-223 



NATHANIEL S. PETERS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on August 9, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1825 Pine Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709950. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/1) 



APPEAL NO. 88-228 



BETTY KLAUSNER, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Denial on August 16, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 978-980 Guerrero St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807170. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/10) 



JOHN & JULIE HUGHES, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-224 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 15, 1988, to 
[Barry & Vicky Potthoff, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2340 Cecilia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717614. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/3) 



PUBLIC CC#tOT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTIOH 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of tne same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, anc tne permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments anc, for eacr appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before tne appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals receivec 
by the Departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

Tne Boarc shall consider the oepartmental letter oeemed as read, anc such must 
De receivedvby the Board no later than two cays prior to the appointed hearing. 

s 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against tne matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL ROTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room.no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARIN6 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

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1ATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING; 

ITEM A Letter from Thomas J. LaLanne, Esq., on behalf of appellant, Daniel Oppenheim, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-174 . Hearing September 14, 1988. The appellant 
lad appealed the denial of permit to alter a building at 461 Ashbury Street. Upon 
notion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and deny 
the permit. 



[TEM B Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing of 
\ppeal No. 88-228 . Hearing September 28, 1988. The appellant had appealed the denial 
3f a permit to add a cooktop to a social room in a home at 978-980 Guerrero Street. 



: 0R ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY: Public hearing closed. 

ITEM C Appeal No. 88-139 . Rehearing September 28, 1988. Denial of permit to erect a 
lew 3-unit, 3-occupied level residential building at 38 San Jose Avenue. Upon motion of 
Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 4-1 (President Marks dissented) to overrule the 
department and grant the permit subject to conditions. 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEA L WO. 88-242 

ROY K. LEE, Appellant [Appealing for refund 

vs. [of penalty imposed on 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [September 12, 1988, for 

[work at 2244-50 Mason St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8811367. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/22) 



APPEA L WO. 88 -170 

ROLF LEWIS & MARTIN AUSTIN, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellants [June 9, 1988, to the 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Hamlin School, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[2120 Broadway Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8804913 



[FOR -AY. (8/3) 



E AL WO ) 

HIST ASSOC, lial on \ gust 31, 1988, 

s. " its [of <it to Alter a 

fj. | at 711 Grant Ave. 

06751. 
[FOR HEARING fOOAY, i' 10/10) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-232 



PAUL DUDUM, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on August 31, 1988, 
[of permit to Demolish a 
[Building at 535 Mission St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806487. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/10) 



APPEAL NO. 88-236 



ANTON 



DEPT. 



JOHANNE MUZIK, 

vs. 
PUBLIC WORKS, 



Appellant 
Respondent 



"[Denial on September 2, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 60 Bret Harte Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808909. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/16) 



APPEAL NO. 88-233 



JAMES NEWMAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 23, 1988, to 
[Ike Guillory, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[1390 So. Van Ness Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8809286 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/11) 



APPEAL NO. 88-235 



JOHN S. MCGRAW, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 22, 1988, to 
[Stanley Dintcho, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 2253 Mission St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8715672 
[FOR HEARING T0P rv 



(10/12) 



APPEAL NO. 88-237 



BEN LEE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting suance on 
[August 24, 1938, to 
[A. Kotlyar * i Kaupman, 
[permit to Demolish a 
[Building at 2925A Larkin St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8809293. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/16) 



APPEAL NO. 88-238 



SEN LEE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 



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[Protesting issuance on 
[August 24, 1388, to 
[A. Kotlyar & F. Kaupman, 

' t to Erect a Structure 
[at 5A Larkin St. 

P! [CATION NO. 8701915. 
NG TODAY. 



(10/16) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-240 



BRUNO CARAMATTI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 24, 1988, to 
[A. Kotlyar & F. Kaupman, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 2925A Larkin St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8701915. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/17) 



LINDA MAYNE, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V88-207 



[Denial on July 28, 1988, 
[of Rear Yard Variance sought 
[for property located at 
[61 Jordan Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.155V 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/17) 



Consideration of Resolution on Implementation of the Non-Smoking Ordinance 
For adoption. 



PUBLIC COJfOT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each person. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTIOW 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes tc present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for real arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes fo r rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The . shall conside- the departmental letter deemed as reac, and such must 
oe received x b> the Boa re nc later than two cays prior to the appointed hearing. 
S 

Each r-;-:>er present at a meeting shall vote for or against tne matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by ~s and . as well as by t w ,s Board not later 

^n f-!ve days before the hearing. 



tice of f lie I / , U call.- ies at least five 

prior to the f hearing. In the is -d to a 

ing offi 4 J tc or- 

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: ' } formation during res s - 

pi ete Rules of the Board i ' " . "fke. 

in t lays from tl " " e »f a 

i .'s In peal. See ; le 5, Sec- 
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rERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR R EH EARINGS AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE: 

JE ST FOR REHEAR IN6: 

A A: Letter from Nathaniel S. Peters, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-223 , 

ring September 28, 1988. The appellant had appealed the denial of a permit to 

2r a building at 1825 Pine Street. Upon motion of President Marks, the Board 
2d 5-0 to uphold the department and deny the permit. 



& ST FOR JURISDI CTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

* B^ Letter from Richard S. Rose, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over 
Police Department denial of Second Hand Dealer Permit at 7253 Geary Blvd. 



Order issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



September 19, 1988 
October 4, 1988 
October 5, 1988 



H C: Letter from Richard Connolly, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over 

nit tc ' ^c' - a Building at 590 36th Avenue. This permit was originally issued on 

~y 8, 1 d pretested by Mr. Connolly on February 17, 1988. The Board heard 

d :n March 16, 1988 voted 4-0 " ssioner Fung was absent) to uphold 

-t. tly Cit> Planning learned that the Fukuda decision applied and 

t; the permit ! 3d been j perly without Prop M. findings. 

st 23, 1988, City Planning notified the Bureau that it had made findings of 

•■:> with Prop m and equested that <mit be suspended so that a new 

1 period Id r u n to ; r ap"!e an> *stor to file a protest appeal. 



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: '• - 1 ' : se diss i) r o grant the permit s 



■•• vT: . all be - to (3) minutes For each speaker, 



tEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 19, 1988 



PAGE TWO 



LINDA PAK, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-184 



"[Denial on June 22, 1988, of 
[Outcall Massage Service permit, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/1) 



APPEAL NO. 88-243 



ALICE COOKSON, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 7, 1988, to 
[Victoria Motta, of 
[Pushcart Peddler's permit 
[at the Northwest corner of 
[Spear and Howard Streets 
[(120 Howard Street). 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/25) 



LUNG DEP HOM, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-245 



[Appealing for refund of 
[penalty imposed on 
[September 20, 1988, for 
[work done without a permit 
[at 3228 17th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8814138. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/30) 



ITEMS 6A throu gh 6E sh al 1 be heard to ge t her. 

APPEAL NO. 88-156 

I KONG METRO REALTY CO., INC. 
vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, R€ :nt 
CITY PLANNING 



[Revocation on May 4, 1988, 

[of permit to Alter a 

[Building at 2987 -38th Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8803251. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/25) 



APPEAL NO. 38-157 



-. '' , INC. 
vs. : "ant 

PUBL! 



JNG METRO REALTY CO. , '.' 

■ 
KS, F Jem 



"[Revocation on May 4, 19 
[of permit to Alter a 
at 3701 U:l3c St. 
NO. S>: 3253 

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APPEAL NO. 88-158 



"[Revocation on May 4, 1988, 

[of permit to Alter a 
[Building at 3712 Ulloa St. 

LICATION NC. 8803252. 
[FOP - DAY. (7/25) 



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lding at 3722 Ulloa 

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[FOR HEARING (7/25) 



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[Revocation on v iy 4, . 

[of , -• mi t tc \1 ter a 
[Building at 3734 Ulloa St. 
[APPLICATION NO, 

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APPEAL NO. 88-244 



C. PILCHER, Appellant 
vs. 
PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 14, 1988, to 
[Roseanna Hughes, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[4660 25th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801529 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/29) 



APPEAL NO. 88-253 



lYN H. AHO, Appellant 

vs. 
. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 14, 1988, to 
[Roseanna Hughes, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[4660 25th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801529 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/8) 



8A th rough 8 D shall be heard together. 

APPEAL NO. 88-246 



h 



IRA MESKUNAS 
vs. 
. PUBLIC WORKS, 



P.A.D.S., 

Appellants 

Respondent 



PLANNING APPROVAL 



MESKUNAS & P.A.D.S., 
vs. pellants 
PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 

PLANNING APPROVAL 



i MESKUNAS & P.A.D.S. , 
vs. ?:!dnts 
1C WORKS, Respondent 
NG APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 6, 1988, to 
[the SF Housing Authority, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[1717 Eddy Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716547S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 88-247 



[Protesting issuance on 

■p temper 6, 1938, to 
[the SF Housing Authority, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[1150 Scott Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716554S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 58-248 



[Protest'* r.g issuance on 
[September 6, 1988, to 

[the SF Housing Authority, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[1851 Eddy Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 87 16557 S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/31) 



(10/31) 



(10/31) 



i MESKUNAS & P.A.D.S., 
vs. ' 

: • ' . 

iING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88- 



[Prc _. on 

[St ber 6, 3, to 

= SF Housing ' ity, 

t to Erect a Structure 
[17 50 Turk Street. 



[APPLICATION NO. 
[FOR HEARING TO 



fc/16563S. 



(10/31) 



EIIN6 OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 19, 1986 



PAGE FOUR 



. H. A. R. P. , Appellants 

vs. 
EPT. PUBLIC WORK3, Respondent 

;ty planning approval 



APPEAL NO. 8£ 250 



[Protesting issuance or, 
[September 7, 1988 , to 
|_Mc3 fi i La i or , pe rm i t 
[to Erect a Structure at 
i _ I7S9 9t' Avenue 
[APPLlCA T ION NC. 8711839 
;FOP. KEAKIN2 TODAY. 



(11/1 



ENRY & LILV CHAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DNING ADMINISTRATOR, 

Responder t 



APPEAL NO- 88-251 



[ Order on September 9, 1988, 
[to Cease Violation of the 
[Planning Code for property 
[located at 2943 Balboe Si" 

"FOR HEAP1N3 TODAY. 



I : 



DNALD J. RICE. ADpeHant 



i • 



NG ADMINISTRATOF . 

pondent 



APPEAL NC. Y88-239 



.Denial or August 26, 1 
[of Rear Yard 5 Jnscreenec 
[Parki ng variance soug t 
[for proDerty located at 
L775 Noe St./8-H : :- : jrr 

-:an:s case nc. 87 .5 

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SPECIAL MEETING OF THE 



APPEAL NO. 88-237 



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■ : issuance or. 
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c to C »n a 

2925A Larkin St. 

[ON NC. 
■" S I T £ INSPECTION MONDAY, 

HJS, AT 8: 3C A.M. 



APPEAL HOS. 



:N I E, ^pellant * 

IATTI , Appellant 

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itest i : ce on 

- 24, 1988, to 

\ A . Ko 1 1 y a r & F . K a : ; n . 

t to Erect a Structure 

- • kin St. 

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r . of the Permit >lders - ■ peals we^e :c lued and will be 

*>"d t , -r on ;.. ' ber 26, L988.) 



fitf in BO&RB PtRKil APP£A S 

ESTHER Y. HARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. KAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOI CO^i SSI ONER 

PAUL H. KLBOSTAI) COKBISSlOfO 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COM 1 SSI BO 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-989$ 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER MILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVEP 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE 0? THE HEARING REPORTER. 

*>•' r -' OF PERMIT APPLALS RULES, ARTiaE 1, SECT I Oft 5 

Trie order c' presen cation of ar appeal shall be as follows: In the case o*" ap- 
peal of denials, revocations anc suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, peer:, commission o r person fron wncse c:-. r the appeal is ta*er shal 
spea* f ,rv- c anc snail Pe all owe c sever. (7j minutes for thier p! r tser, v ctio r anc 
tnree (3) minutes for rebuttal. 



he appellant whose permit has Deer. denied, revoked or suspended snail be al- 
owec sever (7) minutes for ore". ar^R- : = r : three 3 minutes for rebuttal 



ir the :ase of protest i:^€r : s, the protestor shall spea* ."' r s: anc shall Di 
3 " . :~>z r 7 ii r ."-- tc present oral argument anc : r 'r-. 5 minutes 
reDul - . ar tne oe-T.it nclce" snail pe allowed seven (7; rr to prese-; 

ora" arpunent anc three (3) minutes fo r rebuttal. Tne bc^c-c ma> request t 
-.".-.-.- *.a response at Us own discretion. 

l r jit pie appeals Df me same aeparunental ast^or or permit t 

oe joined and the ants shall sacfr be alienee seven (7; Min- 

utes present oral a -._ . ts a*c tnree (3) minutes each for rebuttal anr shall 
speai :or •>, and tne t : »r hall oe allowec sever (7) minutes 

for roi ", r 'vr - .3 minutes for rebuttal. 

0the r persons siring tc speak before the or an appeal maj speak once 

for up to three (3) -s. 

Anv «r . -- mittals must oe -eceivec by the Board not "ate- thar five days 

tn« -c hearing, with copies o*' sa^c writter Ltals recei* 

.-■- al *fit"ve: a^c c*. -it- principals by the sar 

' ' : . --- : : - . r the c il lette : . : anc sucr 

^r 'e:e .-; :.. the : . c no later tnan twe oays prior to the : : : 

i at » . r »c shall rote for or against t 'ore 

t.nen jr.less a er is excused from voting oy a motion adopted b> a 

majority of the ars f t. 'Amended April 20, 1988) 

: ^ " - tc the Board's *ul ;e or arguments in *rit ist 

j 5) : •: : ) »ot later 

: r .a n f i v e sa y s i s 

: . s ; ■ - ■ ■ ' s a sent to a 1 1 i 1 e a s t f 

:-r 'o of In ' ; >nt iat a matter is cc d to a 

": :'/ 3 ?unced to the . ?s in the 

I :ice will be sent. Please call the Beard office 

at • , j or - ■ ' . g regul a r bus s . 

plete Rules of the Board are available for F eview at ard office. 

Wr i tUn . " . . be ; 1 ?d *i t" ys from the te of a 

decision and u> be filed only bj . pals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 

tion 6 f or complete rule on js. 

:v and County of San Franci 

H bert H. -: *D S PERMIT MS 

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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1988 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



TERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 



UEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

I A : Letters from Jan Reding, President of the Grant Lombard Condominium Association, 
J. Branning and Lenard G. Weiss, owners of condominiums at 373 Lombard Street, 
uesting the Board to take jurisdiction over permit issued for construction at 
Lombard Street. 

ooc.r-. eye. 

Permit issued July 28, 1988 

OCT 2 1 1988 

Appeal period ended August 12, 1988 

Requests for jurisdiction received October 14, 1988 & 

October 18, 1988 
■M B : Appeal No. 88-170, Hamlin School, 2120 Broadway. Adoption of findings. 

1IC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 

\ 



EMS 3A through 3C shall be heard together . 



N LEE, Appellant 

vs. 
PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
TY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-237 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 24, 1988, to 
[A. Kotlyar & F. Kaupman, 
[permit to Demolish a 
[Building at 2925A Larkin St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8809293. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/16) 



:N LEE, Appellant 

vs. 
LPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-238 



WN0 CARAMATTI, Appellant 

vs. 
: .PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 24, 1988, to 
[A. Kotlyar & F. Kaupman, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 2925A Larkin St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8701915. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 88-240 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 24, 1988, to 
[A. Kotlyar & F. Kaupman, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 2925A Larkin St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8701915. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



*0K WAI LEE, Appellant 

vs. 
-PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-260 



"[Imposition of penalty on 
[October 11, 1988, for 
[work done without a permit 
[at 3659-3661 Mission St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806728. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/16) 



(10/17) 



(11/20) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 26, 1988 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 88-259 



IROSHI FUKUDA, Appellant 

vs. 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 1, 1987, to Edwin Lum, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 148-18th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8604857. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-261 



OBERT YICK COMPANY, INC., 

vs. Appellant 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on October 4, 198ti, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1915 Fillmore Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807195. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/12) 



APPEAL NO. 88-224 



OHN & JULIE HUGHES, 

vs. Appellants 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 15, 1988, to 
[Barry & Vicky Potthoff, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2340 Cecilia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717614. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-227 



NN & RICHARD CARNEY, 

vs. Appellants 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 

[August 18, 1988, to 

[John Hung, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 
[2306 Lake Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8812071. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/9) 



AVID S. GAST & ASSOCIATES, 

vs. Appellants 
ONING ADMINISTRATOR, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. Y88-256 

"TDenial on September 19, 1988, 
[of Rear Yard Variance sought 
[for property located at 
[1908-1908^ Green Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.045V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/8) 



APPEAL NO. V88-257 

"^Protesting issuance on 
[September 21, 1988, to 
[Mark Brand, of Rear Yard 
[Variance sought for 
[property located at 
[2522 Octavia Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.439V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/12) 



JBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 

SPECIAL MEETING 



ARLAN & JUDITH KOCH, 

vs. Appellants 
ONING ADMINISTRATOR, 

Respondent 



DNALD J. RICE, Appellant 

vs. 
)NING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Denial of rear yard/lot size variance 
[for 775 Noe/8-10 Rayburn. 
[Variance 87.511EV. 
[SITE INSPECTION, Monday, 
[OCTOBER 31 198Q» *t 8 :30 A.M. 

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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUEST FOR REHEARINGS AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from M. Adele Lafrenz requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over 
the demolition permit issued for a building at 4004 Geary Boulevard. (APPLICATION 
NO. 9716671). 



Order issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



September 23, 1988 
October 10, 1988 
October 14, 1988 



FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

I TEM B : Appeal No. V88-257 . Hearing October 26, 1988. Protesting the granting of 
a variance for property at 2522 Octavia Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, 
the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the department and deny the variance. 



I) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker, 



ITEMS 3A through 3D shall be heard together . 



BARBARA MESKUNAS & P.A.D.S., 
3A) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-246 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 6, 1988, to 
[the SF Housing Authority, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 1717 Eddy Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716547S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(10/: 



BARBARA MESKUNAS & P.A.D.S., 
!B) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-247 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[September 6, 1988, to 
[the SF Housing Authority, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 1150 Scott Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716554S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



do/; 






MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 9, 1988 PAGE TWO 



ARBARA MESKUNAS & P.A.D.S., 

vs. Appellants 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-248 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 6, 1988, to 
[the SF Housing Authority, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[1851 Eddy Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716557S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(10/31) 



ARBARA MESKUNAS & P.A.D.S., 

vs. Appellants 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-249 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 6, 1988, to 
[the SF Housing Authority, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[1750 Turk Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716563S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(10/31) 



APPEAL NO. Y88-239 



ONALD J. RICE, Appellant 

vs . 
ONING ADMINISTRATOR, 

Respondent 



[Denial on August 26, 1988, 
[of Rear Yard & Lot Size 
[variance sought for property 
[located at 775 Noe Street/ 
[8 - 10 Rayburn Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.511EV 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(10/16) 



APPEAL NO. 88-244 



LAIRE C. PILCHER, Appellant 

vs. 
'EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 14, 1988, to 
[Roseanna Hughes, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[4660 25th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801529. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY 



(10/29) 



AROLYN H. AHO, Appellant 

vs. 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-253 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 14, 1988, to 
[Roseanna Hughes, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[4660 25th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8801529. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(11/8) 



APPEAL NO. 88-263 



:ND£RL0IN HOUSING CLINIC, INC., 
vs. Appellants 
':PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
\HI APPROVAL 



[pretesting issuance on 
[September 29, 1988, to 
[Taldan Investment Co., 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1405 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8811436. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/23) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 9, 1988 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 88-262 



)LYMPIC AUTO REPAIR, Appellant 

vs. 
IRE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Denial on September 29, 1988, 
[of application for a Garage, 
[Public Repair permit at 
[690 25th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 880077. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/22) 



APPEAL NO. 88-266 



HO T. TRUONG, dba BANGKOK 

ORIENTAL MASSAGE, Appellants 

vs. 

'OLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on October 3, 1988, 
[of Massage Establishment permit 
[at 738 Larkin Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/27) 



APPEAL NO. 88-258 



IILLIAM J. REILLY, Appellant 

vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent. 



[Imposition of penalty 
[on October 6, 1988, 
[for work done at 
[1254-58 Montgomery St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8813663. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/15) 



APPEAL NO. 88-264 



(NDREW PAW, Appellant 

vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty 
[on October 6, 1988, 
[for work done at 
[314 Richland Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8809662 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/26) 



APPEAL NO. 88-268 



I0LL0W COW, Appellant 

vs. 
€PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Denial on October 4, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 3165 Steiner Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8812593. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/28) 



APPEAL NO. 88-250 



. H. A. R. P. , Appellants 

vs. 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[September 7, 1988, to 
[Martin Lai or, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[1789 9th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711839. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/1) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 9, 1988 PAGE FOUR 



APPEAL NO. 88-252 



VAN & SUSAN VICAN, Appellants 

vs. 
>EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
JTY PLANNING APROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 14, 1988, to 
[B. Natale & G. Braid, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 4380 26th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808070. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/7) 



APPEAL NO. 88-267 



IAMES SMITHSON & MAMORU ARIMOTO, 
vs. Appellants 
£PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
JTY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 7, 1988, to 
[William F. McDonagh, Jr., 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 235 - 237 Collins Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712955. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/27) 



APPEAL NO. 88-271 



NGRID M. APTER, Appellant 

vs. 
IEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
JTY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 7, 1988, to 
[William F. McDonagh, Jr., 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 235 - 237 Collins Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712955. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/27) 



APPEAL NO. V88-265 



iLACKSTONE COURT ASSOCIATION, 
vs. Appellants 
!0NING ADMINISTRATOR, 

Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 5, 1988, to 
[Jeremy Kotas, of Exposure 
[of a Dwelling Unit Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 1555 Lombard Street & 
[30* Blackstone Court. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.538EAVD 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/26) 



UBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



nyTDLKo ur mr_ dummj ur rLKrui arrLML5 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Beard not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing :om,no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
■nt 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR R EHEAR ING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

CAN FRAiNi^.^O 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1988 °' ,R '-'° ' ! 
5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Nathaniel S. Peters, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-223 . 
Hearing September 28, 1988. The appellant had appealed the denial of a permit to 
Alter a Building at 1825 Pine Street. Upon motion of President Marks, the Board 
voted 5-0 to uphold the Department and deny the permit. This matter continued from 
hearing of October 19, 1988, for further consideration at this time. 



ITEM B : Letter from Joseph G. Yick, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-261 . 
Hearing October 26, 1988. Appellant protested the denial of permit to Alter a 
Building at 1915 Fillmore Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board 
voted 3-2 to overrule the Department and grant the permit (Melbostad & Prior dissented). 
Four votes needed to overrule, the Department is upheld and the permit denied. 



ITEM C : Letter from Alex Kotlyar, permit holder, requesting rehearing of Appeal Nos. 
88-237 , 88-238 and 88-240 ." Hearing October 26, 1988. Appellants protested the 
issuance of permit to Erect a Structure at 2925A Larkin Street. Upon motion of Vice 
President Makras, the Board voted 1-4 (Marks, House, Melbostad and Prior dissented) to 
uphold the Department and grant the permit. The Department is overruled and the permit 
denied. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM D : Letter from Richard Connolly, requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over 
permit to Alter a Building at 590-36th Avenue. This permit was originally issued on 
February 8, 1988, and protested by Mr. Connolly on February 17, 1988. The Board heard 
the matter and on March 1, 1988, voted 4-0 (Commissioner Fung was absent) to uphold the 
permit. Subsequently City Planning learned that the Fukuda decision applied and that 
the permit had been improperly issued without Proposition M findings. 

On August 23, 1988, City Planning notified the Bureau that it had made findings of 
consistency with Proposition M and requested that the permit be suspended so that a 
new 15-day appeal period could run to enable any protestor to file a protest appeal. 

Permit suspended and properly posted August 31, 1988 

Appeal period ended September 15, 1988 

Request for jurisdiction received. October 5, 1988 

This matter continued from hearing of October 19, 1988, for further consideration at 
this time. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 16, 1988 PAGE TWO 

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : (Continued) 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

ITEM E : Appeal No. 88-170 . Hearing October 5, 1988. Appellants protested the issuance 
of permit to Alter a Building at 2120 Broadway Street. Upon motion of Vice President 
Makras, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner House dissented) to grant the permit subject 
to conditions. This matter continued from October 19, 1988, and October 26, 1988, for 
further consideration at this time. The Board will meet in closed session at 4:30 p.m. 
on November 16, 1988 in Room 206 of City Hall pursuant to California Government Code 
section 54956.9 (b). Based on existing facts and circumstances, the Board has 
significant exposure to litigation. 

ITEM F : Appeal Nos. 88-237 , 88-238 and 88-240 . Hearing October 26, 1988. 



REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM G : Letter from Dirk B. Flamer-Caldera, permit holder, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. V88-257 . Appellants protesting the issuance of variance for property at 
2522 Octavia Street. Hearing October 26, 1988. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, 
the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the Department and deny the variance. 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 
ITEMS 3A through 3C shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 88-259 

HIROSHI FUKUDA, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [May 1, 1987, to Edwin Lum, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a Structure 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 148 - 18th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8604857. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (11/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-116 

18TH AVENUE RESIDENTIAL COALITION, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellant [May 1, 1987, to Yee Lum, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Demolish a Bldg. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 148 - 18th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8705144. 

[REMANDED FROM SUPERIOR COURT. (6/17) 



APPEAL NO. 88-117 

18TH AVENUE RESIDENTIAL COALITION, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellant [May 1, 1987, to Edwin Lum, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a Structure 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 148 - 18th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8604857. 

[REMANDED FROM SUPERIOR COURT. (6/17) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 16, 1988 PAGE THREE 



DEBRA SHARABI, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPT., Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-129 



[Denial on May 6, 1988, 
[of Pushcart Peddler permit 
[at the southeast corner of 
[Geary & Mason Streets. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(6/20) 



CLARENCE WISE & IVAN STEVENS, 
vs. Appellants 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-275 



"[Denial on October 13, 1988, 
[of Dance Hall Keeper/Place 
[of Entertainment permit at 
[at 5251 Third Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/7) 



THOMAS VALTIN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-272 



[Imposition of penalty 
[on October 21, 1988, 
[for work done without a 
[permit at 309 Prospect Ave, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8804453. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/30) 



ITEMS 7A and 7B shall be heard together . 



EILEEN L. F. LEUNG, 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 



Appellant 
Respondent 



EILEEN L. F. LEUNG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-230 



"[Denial on August 17, 1988, 

[of permit to Demolish a 

[Building at 798-26th Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8805084. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/10) 



APPEAL NO. 88-231 



"[Denial on August 17, 1988, 

[of permit to Erect a 

[Structure at 798-26th Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8709574 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/10) 



JOHN & JULIE HUGHES, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-224 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 15, 1988, to 
[Barry & Vicky Potthoff, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2340 Cecilia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717614. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/3) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 16, 1988 PAGE FOUR 



APPEAL NO. 88-269 



MICHAEL BOSS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 5, 1988, to 
[Jack Klein, permit to 
[Demolish a Building, at 
[235 Whitney Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8811151 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/29) 



APPEAL NO. 88-270 



JOEL A. VENTRESCA, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 12, 1988, to 
[California Academy of 
[Sciences, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[Golden Gate Park. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810410 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/29) 



APPEAL NO. 88-274 



LIAMA & VILIS GRINFELDS, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 21, 1988, to 
[Dennis Duca & David Mani, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 3922 - 22nd Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807298. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/4) 



APPEAL NO. V88-265 



BLACKSTONE COURT ASSOCIATION, 
vs. Appellants 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, 

Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 5, 1988, to 
[Jeremy Kotas, of Exposure 
[of a Dwelling Unit Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 1555 Lombard Street & 
[30^ Blackstone Court. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.538EA_VD, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/26) 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 






MBbKb Ur IHL KUAK1J Uh KLKH1 1 APPLALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in. the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEAL* 

CITY HALL 
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 




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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS ""^Qy^s losa" 
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1988 ^ h „„,^,^ 
5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

ITEM A : Appeal Nos. 88-237 , 88-238 and 88-240 . Hearing October 26, 1988. Appellants 
protested the issuance of permit to Erect a Structure at 2925A Larkin Street. Upon 
motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 1-4 (Marks, House, Melbostad and Prior 
dissented) to uphold the Department and grant the permit. The Department is overruled 
and the permit denied. 



ITEM B : Appeals Nos. 88-246 , 88-247 , 88-248 , and 88-249 , Yerba Buena Plaza West 
Housing Project. Hearing November 9, 1988. Appellants protested the issuance of 
permits to Erect Structures at 1717 Eddy Street, 1150 Scott Street, 1851 Eddy Street, 
and 1750 Turk Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 5-0 to 
grant the permit subject to conditions. 



ITEM C : Appeal No. 88-184 . Hearing October 19, 1988. Appellant protested the denial 
of Outcall Massage Service permit. Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 
5-0 to overrule the department and grant the permit subject to conditions. 



ITEM D : Appeal No. 88-270 . Hearing November 16, 1988. Appellants protested the 
issuance to the California Academy of Sciences permit to Alter a Building at Golden 
Gate Park. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the 
Department and grant the permit. 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM E : Letter from Alex Kotlyar, permit holder, requesting rehearing of Appeal Nos. 
88-237 , 88-228 and 88-240 . Hearing October 26, 1988. Appellants protested the 
issuance of permit to Erect a Structure at 2925A Larkin Street. Upon motion of Vice 
President Makras, the Board voted 1-4 (Marks, House, Melbostad and Prior dissented) to 
uphold the Department and grant the permit. The Department is overruled and the permit 
denied. This matter continued from November 16, 1988, for consideration at this 
hearing. 



ITEM F : Letter from Joseph A. Medina, Fire Marshal , requesting rehearing of Appeal 
No. 88-262 . Hearing on November 9, 1988. The appellant had appealed the denial by 
the San Francisco Fire Department of a Garage, Public Repair permit at 690 25th Avenue. 
Upon motion of Vice President House, the Board voted 4-1 (President Marks dissented) to 
overrule the department and grant the permit subject to conditions. 



ITEM 6 : Letter from William J. Reilly requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-258 . 
Hearing November 9, 1988. Appellant protested the Imposition of Penalty for work done 
at 1254-58 Montgomery Street. Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 5-0 
to uphold the department's order. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 30, 1988 PAGE TWO 

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : (Continued) 
REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM H : Letter from Richard Connolly, requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over 
permit to Alter a Building at 590-36th Avenue. This permit was originally issued on 
February 8, 1988, and protested by Mr. Connolly on February 17, 1988. The Board heard 
the matter and on March 1, 1988, voted 4-0 (Commissioner Fung was absent) to uphold the 
permit. Subsequently City Planning learned that the Fukuda decision applied and that 
the permit had been improperly issued without Proposition M findings. 

On August 23, 1988, City Planning notified the Bureau that it had made findings of 
consistency with Proposition M and requested that the permit be suspended so that a 
new 15-day appeal period could run to enable any protestor to file a protest appeal. 



Permit suspended and properly posted 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received. 



August 31, 1988 
September 15, 1988 
October 5, 1988 



This matter continued from hearing of November 16, 1988, for further consideration at 
this time. 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



THO T. TRU0N6, dba BANGKOK 

ORIENTAL MASSAGE, Appellants 

vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-266 



[Revocation on October 3, 1988, 

[of Massage Establishment permit 

[at 738 Larkin Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/27) 



Items 4A and 4B shall be heard together 



EILEEN L. F. LEUNG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-230 



'[Denial on August 17, 1988, 
[of permit to Demolish a 
[Building at 798-26th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8705084. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(10/10) 



EILEEN L. F. LEUNG, Appellant 

vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-231 



"[Denial on August 17, 1988, 
[of permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 798-26th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709574. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 30, 1988 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 88-280 



KARIN ADAMS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of penalty 
[on November 4, 1988, 
[for work done without a 
[permit at 1 Ulloa Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8814793, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/14) 



APPEAL NO. 88-225 



EDWARD J. MULLINS, 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, 



Appellant 
Respondent 



[Determination by the 
[Zoning Administrator 
[dated August 4, 1988, 
[that the Rear Yard 
[Requirement for a 
[Proposed Dwelling at 
[3855 20th Street is 
[45% of lot depth. 
[Lot 3857-59 used for 
[measurement. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-241 



MARGARET A. VERGES, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 18, 1988, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2190 O'Farrell St., the 
[Kaiser Parking Structure. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806779. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/19) 



APPEAL NO. 88-277 



MELANIE PILASKI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 19, 1988, to 
[John L. Artal , permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[2136 22nd Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709493. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/10) 



APPEAL NO. 88-278 



GENE STEFANI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[October 14, 1988, to 
[Barbara Lane, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 1940 Stockton St., #103. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8811302. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/10) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 30, 1988 PAGE FOUR 



APPEAL NO. 88-281 

MARIJON FRYAR, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [October 24, 1988, to 

OEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [J. Giraudo, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[2211 Castro Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8811660. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/17) 



APPEAL NO. 88-282 

VERA BURNS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [October 28, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [George & Marjorie McNabb, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 32 Forest Side Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8804893. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/19) 

Conflict of Interest Code. Adoption of Model Code and Disclosure Category as 
recommended by City Attorney and Clerk of Board of Supervisors. 



Proposed Additions to Rules of the Board involving Section 2 of Article V - Procedure. 

The additions would specify what appellants shall submit including the names and 
addresses of property owners of properties adjacent to the subject property, and also 
that appeals be filed in the board office by 4:00 p.m. in order to allow adequate time 
for staff to prepare a receipt for the fee, to review the submittals, and to provide 
informational material to the appellant; except that an appeal shall be accepted at 
the Board office up to 5:00 p.m. if it is the final day of the appeal period. 



PUBLIC COMIENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker, 



nLHDLKo Ur IHL BUAKLJ Ut KLKni I ArTtALb 



ESTHER Y. MARKS 
VICTOR G. MAKRAS 
RALPH D. HOUSE 
PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 
BEVERLY J. PRIOR 



PRESIDENT 

VICE PRESIDENT 

COMMISSIONER 

COMMISSIONER 

COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 



Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A, City Hall 

San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

CITY HALL 
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 



C1T V LIBRARIAN 
Public Library 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS documents 
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1988 DEC6 ]988 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL SSfit EKSSSZR 



L~AGeni>&] 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Thomas Mannion, Esq., on behalf of William F. McDonagh, Jr., 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-267 . Hearing November 9, 1988. Appellants 
protested the issuance of demolition permit for building at 235 - 237 Collins Street. 
Upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the Department and 
deny the permit. 



ITEM B : Letter from Thomas Mannion, Esq., on behalf of William F. McDonagh, Jr., 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-271 . Hearing November 9, 1988. Appellants 
protested the issuance of demolition permit for building at 235 - 237 Collins Street. 
Upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the Department and 
deny the permit. 



ITEM C : Letter from Sue Hestor requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-170 . Hearing 
October 5, 1988. Appellant protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 
2120 Broadway Street (Hamlin School). Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the 
Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Melbostad dissented) to uphold the department and grant 
the permit subject to conditions. 



FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

ITEM D : Appeal No. 88-263 . Hearing November 9, 1988. Appellants protested the 
issuance of permit to alter a building at 1405 Van Ness Avenue. Upon motion of 
Commissioner House, the Board voted 4-0 to grant the permit subject to conditions. 



ITEM E: Appeals No. 88-246 , 88-247 , 88-248 , and 88-249 , Yerba Buena Plaza West 
Housing Project. Hearing November 9, 1988. Appellants protested the issuance of 
permits to Erect Structures at 1717 Eddy Street, 1150 Scott Street, 1851 Eddy Street, 
and 1750 Turk Street. Upon Motion of Commissi'oner Melbostad, the Board voted 5-0 to 
grant the permit subject to conditions. This matter continued from hearing of November 
30, 1988, for further consideration at this time. 

Public Connent: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 88-284 

RANULF0 Y. LIM, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [October 27, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Nick Tsiplako, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[3325 - 23rd Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8805990. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/19) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, DECEMBER 7, 1988 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 88-261 



ROBERT YICK COMPANY, INC., 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on October 4, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1915 Fillmore Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807195. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(11/12) 



APPEAL NO. 88-255 



BING W. CHOY, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on September 16, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 277 7th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8615315. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/9) 



APPEAL NO. 88-283 



LEANA GIANNINI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on November 11, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 122-126 Cervantes Boulevard 
[APPLICATION NO. 8714115. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/19) 



Items 7A and 7B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 88-286 



JAMES AND MARIE T. TRACY, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 26, 1988, to 
[Donna Garolla, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2320-2322 Broadway Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810678. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-287 



NORMAN C. AND NORAH STONE, 

vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 26, 1988, to 
[Donna Garolla, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2320-2322 Broadway Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810678. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/20) 



APPEAL NO. 88-288 



MARION AIRD, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 28, 1988, to 

[Ottorino E. Pasian, 

[permit to Demolish a 

[Building at 338 Brazil Ave, 

[APPLICATION NO. 8814912. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/14) 



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APPEAL WO. 88-290 

LEN GANDUGLIA, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [October 31, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Aliabadi Nassar, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[2978 - 16th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8808675. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/25) 



APPEAL NO. V88-289 

LOUIS J. GIORGI, Appellant [Denial on November 7, 1988, 

vs. [of Rear Yard & Open Space 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Variances sought for property 

[located at 401-409 Naples St. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.310EV. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/23) 

APPEAL NO. V88-285 

DOUGLAS R. SCHMIDT, Appellant [Protesting condition of 

vs. [Variance granted on 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [November 3, 1988, for 

[property located at 

[781 - 27th Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.298V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/10) 



Public comment: Presentation shall be limited to (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS 01- IHb BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
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Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

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Begin at 4:00 p.m. - Informational Presentation (one hour) by the Department of City 
Planning on new Neighborhood Conservation Controls. 



REGULAR HEARING TO BEGIN AT 5:00 P.M. 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE: 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MARIA GALETTI, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-297 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 8, 1988, to 
[Vincent Hogan, permit for 
[Place of Entertainment 
[at 1300 Church Street, 
[dba, "The Bailey". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/1/89) 



MARTIN BURSCHEK, Appellant 

vs. 
SAN FRANCISCO ARTS COMMISSION, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-301 



[Suspension on November 9, 1988, 

[of Street Artist permit 

[for various locations. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/1/89) 



It ems 6A and 6B shal l be h eard together . 

APPEAL NO. 88-2 

ROBERT HUCKABY.et al , Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 

[November ' 7, 1988, to 

[Guaranteed Electric Co.,. 

[an Electrical Permit for 

[work at 1405 Van Ness Avenue. 

[APPLICATION/PERiMIT NO. E051661. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/1/89) 



ROBERT HUCKABY, et al , Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 38-300 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[November ' 8, 1988, to 
[Chen's Plumbing Contractor, 
[a Plumbing Permit for work 
[at 1405 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION/PERMIT NO. P252203. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/1) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, DECEMBER V\, 1988 PAGE TWO 



Appeals No. 88-305, 88-306 & 88-307 shall be heard together . 



APPEALS NO. 88-305, 88-306 & 88-307 



BARBARA MESKUNAS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuances on 
[November 9, 1988, to 
[S.F. Housing Authority, 
[permits to Demolish (3) 
[Buildings at 1150 Scott, 
[1145 Scott & 1125 Pierce. 
[APPLICATION NOS. 8811251, 
[8811252 & 8811250. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/2/89) 



APPEAL NO. 88-296 



HELEN WU, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Denial on November 4, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 5429 Anza Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806651. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/28) 



APPEAL NO. 88-298 



MANN WONG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 
DAHI DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on November 22, 1988, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 858 Washington Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8800170. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/1/89) 



APPEAL NO. 88-302 



STEPHEN GAITHER, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 7, 1988, to 
[Doris Morphew, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 4465 - 17th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712335, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/1/89) 



PUBLIC CC#*4ENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BO ARD OF P ERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS documents dept. 
WEDNESDAY^ JANUARY 25, 1989 JAN 2 4 1989 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL S^uc^SSSSS' 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Thomas Steel, Esq., on behalf of appellant, Tho Thi Truong, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-266 . Hearing November 30, 1988. The appellant 
had appealed the revocation of a massage establishment permit at 738 Larkin Street. 
On November 30, 1988, upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 3 - 2 to 
uphold the department (President Marks and Commissioner Melbostad dissented). Four 
(4) votes needed to overrule, the Department is upheld and the permit revoked. 



ITEM B : Letter from John Cracas requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 88-311 . Hearing 
January 4, 1989. The appellant, John Cracas, had appealed the San Francisco Arts 
Commission's suspension of his Street Artist permit for various locations. On 
January 4, 1989, upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 3 - 1 to overrule 
the department (President Marks dissented). Four (4) votes needed to overrule, the 
Commission's order for suspension is upheld. Vice President Makras was absent. 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) three minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 88-325 

ANTHONY SAAB, dba "AL BABY'S INC." [Denial on November 30, 

Appellant [1988, of Cabaret permit 

vs. [at 330 Ritch Street, 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent % [dba, "AL BABY'S INC." 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/23) 



APPEAL NO. 88-276 

JOSEPH B0NIN0, Appellant [Denial on November 4, 

vs. [1988, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [224 Sea Cliff Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8805662. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/12) 



IEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 25, 1989 PAGE TWO 



Items 5A and 5B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 88-322 

JONATHAN PARKER, Appellant [Denial on December 7, 

vs. [1988, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

[608 Taraval Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8810950. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/18) 



APPEAL NO. 88-323 

JONATHAN PARKER, Appellant [Denial on December 7, 

vs. [1988, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

[711 Taraval Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8810952. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/18) 



APPEAL NO. 88-326 

ROBERT WALKER, Appellant [Denial on December 14, 

vs. [1988, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [2294 - 29th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8713568. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/24) 



APPEAL NO. 88-327 

SAMUEL KWONG, Appellant [Denial on December 16, 

vs. [1988, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

DAHI DISAPPROVAL [1350 Stockton Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8813860. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/28) 



APPEAL NO. 88-328 

WRY BOSCACCI, Appellant [Denial on December 20, 

vs. [1988, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a 3-Unit Building 

[at 1520-1522 Lombard St. 

[without sprinklering 

[the entire building. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8809473. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/29) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 25, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 88-329 



TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 7, 1988, to 
[Gary Raugh Enterprises, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1499 California Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8817009. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/31) 



APPEAL NO. V88-324 



MARVIN ISRAEL, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Protesting Condition of 
[Variance granted on 
[December 6, 1988, for 
[property located at 
[455 Hoffman Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.542V 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/15) 



PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to (3) three minutes for each speaker, 



ntni5LK5 Ul- IHt BUAK1J U t ~ KLKH1 1 AKKLAL5 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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tegin at 4:00 p.m. - Presentation by staff of Bureau of Building Inspection on 
)ermit processing, plan checking and Building Code procedures. 

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1ATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Harry O'Brien, Esq., on behalf of Sol Friedman, requesting 
shearing of Appeal No. 88-292 . Hearing January 18, 1989. The appellant, Mr. 
: riedman, had protested the denial of permit to alter a building at 145 Laurel Street. 
Jpon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 2 - 3 to uphold the department and 
jrant the permit. (Commissioner Melbostad, Vice President Makras & Commissioner Prior 
Jissented.) Four votes needed to overrule the department, the order is upheld and 
the permit denied. 



ITEM B : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing of 
\ppeal No. V88-324 . Hearing January 25, 1989. The appellant, Marvin Israel, had 
Drotested the conditions attached to the granting of a variance for property at 455 
Hoffman Avenue. Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 5 - to overrule 
the Zoning Administrator and delete the conditions attached to the granting of the 
variance. 



ITEM C : Letter from Jack Wholey, Esq., on behalf of Edward J. Mull ins, requesting 
shearing of Appeal No. 88-225 . Hearing January 18, 1989. The appellant, Mr. Mullins, 
lad protested dwelling at 3855 - 20th Street is 45% of lot depth. Upon motion of Vice 
Resident Makras, the Board voted 3-2 to overrule the Zoning Administrator's 
ietermination (President Marks & Commissioner Melbostad dissented). Four votes needed 
:o overrule the order, the determination is upheld. 



OR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

TEM D : Appeal No. 88-303 . Hearing January 18, 1989. The appellant, Ba Thi Goldberg, 
ba "Nikki's Massage", protested the suspension of her massage establishment permit at 
172 Sutter Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 4-1 
Commissioner Melbostad dissented) to uphold the department's order. 



TEM E : Appeals No. 88-334 and 88-335 . Hearing January 18, 1989. The appellants, 
ouglas Lipton and Cynthia Daniel, protested the revocation of alteration permits for 
ark done at 41 Nevada Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 5-0 
3 overrule the department and reinstate the permit. 



IEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 8, 1989 PAGE TWO 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM F : Letter from Ian McLean, Legislative Coordinator, NTEU Chapter 212, requesting 
the Board to take jurisdiction over decisions of Bureau of Building Inspection that 
were made which Mr. McLean believes led to final sign-offs on various inspections that 
were done relating to the design or construction of a building under construction at 
75 Hawthorne Street. 

ITEM G : Letter from Diane Sidd - Champion requesting the Board to take jurisdiction 
over Building permit issued for construction of a structure at 78 Chenery Street. 

Permit suspended and properly posted November 18, 1988 
Appeal period ended December 5, 1988 

Request for jurisdiction received February 1, 1989 

ITEM H : Letter from Harvey E. Goldfine, Esq., on behalf of Mrs. Bernarda Torres, 
requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over a building permit issued for the 
construction of a building at 310 Lexington Street. 

Permit suspended and properly posted October 13, 1988 
Appeal period ended October 28, 1988 

Request for jurisdiction received February 1, 1989 

PUBLIC COMMENT: Comments shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 

APPEAL NO. 88-311 

JOHN CRACAS, Appellant [Suspension of one (1) week 

vs. [on November 9, 1988, of 

ARTS COMMISSION, Respondent [Street Artist permit for 

[various locations. 

[(November 23-29, 1988). 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. > (1/7) 

APPEAL NO. 88-336 

JOHN REICHERT, dba "Paradise Lounge" [Denial on November 22, 

Appellant [1988, of Cabaret permit 

vs. [at 1501 Folsom Street. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/1) 



APPEAL NO. 89-009 
AL BABY'S INC., Appellant [Denial on January 18, 

vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

[330 Ritch Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8819722. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/27) 



APPEAL NO. 89-003 

ROBERT S. SHIMMON, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on January 9, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[12 Woodland Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 88160704. 
•[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/18) 



IEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 8, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO- 88-333 



AN6EL0 PANARI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on December 21, 1988, 
[for work done at 
[3106 Gough Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8813205, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/31) 



Items 9A, 9B and 9C shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 88-293 



CHINATOWN NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT 
RESOURCE CENTER, etal , Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 2, 1988, to 
[Mardikian Enterprises, 
[permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 8 Wetmore St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707412S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/27) 



APPEAL NO. 88-294 



CHINATOWN NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT 
RESOURCE CENTER, etal, Appellants 
vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 2, 1988, to 
[Mardikian Enterprises, 
[permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 959 Powell St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8804433S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/27) 



APPEAL NO. 88-295 



CHINATOWN NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT 
RESOURCE CENTER, etal, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 2, 1988, to 
[Mardikian Enterprises, 
[permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 959 Powell St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707411S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/27) 



APPEAL NO. 88-337 



FRANK FREDERICKS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 13, 1988, to 
[Terry & Joyce Byers, 
[permit to Alter a 
[Building at 173 Lower 
[Terrace Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716479, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(1/12) 



/ICTORIA FONG & GEE KIN CHOU, 

Appellants 
vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 88-338 



[Protesting issuance on 
^December 15, 1988, to 
[Don & Sue Larramendy, 
[permit to Alter a 
[Building at 1570-16th Ave, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8815300. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/8) 



1EETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 8, 1989 PAGE FOUR 

Items 12A and 12B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 88-339 

CYRUS FRANK, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [December 16, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Abraham L. Yang, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 3240 Sacramento St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8807836. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/8) 

APPEAL NO. 88-340 

CYRUS FRANK, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [December 16, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Abraham L. Yang, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 3240 Sacramento St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8807835. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/8) 

APPEAL NO. 89-002 

JOHN J. MCARDLE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [December 21, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Arthur & Dorraine Zief, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a 

[Building at 2010 

[Pacific Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8816122. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/14) 



APPEAL NO. V88-332 

DOUGLAS P. MORGAN, Appellant [Denial on December 12, 

vs. [1988, of Off-Street 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Parking & Exposure 

[of Dwelling Unit 
[Variances for property 
[at 331 Cherry Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 87.676V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (1/30) 



APPEAL NO. 89-001 

PETER TAI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [December 30, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Chin-Teh Shin, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[18 Presidio Terrace St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8715597. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (2/14) 



'UBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



ntrittbKb Ui- IHL BUAK1J UF KLKHl I AKKLAL5 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting . shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

ITEM A : Appeal No. V88-265 . Hearing December 7, 1988. Appellant had protested the 
issuance of Exposure of a Dwelling Unit Variance sought for property located at 1555 
.ombard Street and 30^ Blackstone Court. Upon motion of President Marks, the Board 
Yoted 4-1 (Vice President Makras dissenting) to overrule the Department and deny 
the variance. 



ITEM B : Appeal No. 88-325 . Hearing January 25, 1989. Appellant had appealed the 
denial of a cabaret permit for his restaurant at 330 Ritch Street. Upon motion of 
/ice President Makras, the Board voted 5 - to overrule the Police Department and to 
grant the permit. 



ITEM C : Appeal No. 89-009 . Hearing February 8, 1989. Appellant had appealed the 
denial of an alteration permit for a dance floor in a restaurant and to waive 
Conditions two and three of Planning Commission Motion No. 11533. Upon motion of 
l/ice President Makras, the Board voted 5 - to overrule City Planning and to delete 
Conditions two and three and to grant the permit with the remaining Planning 
Commission conditions of the motion. Restaurant at 330 Ritch Street. 



ITEM D : Appeal No. V88-332 . Hearing February 8, 1989. Appellant appealed the 
denial of a variance to legalize a third unit at 331 Cherry Street. Upon motion of 
Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 5 - to overrule the Zoning Administrator 
rith conditions. 



REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

[TEM E : Letter from Dennis A. Lee, Esq., requesting on behalf of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph 
Jonino rehearing of Appeal No. 88-276 . Hearing February 25, 1989. Upon motion of 
Commissioner House, the Board voted 3 - 2 to overrule the Department (President Marks 
ind Commissioner Melbostad dissented) and grant the permit. Four (4) votes needed to 
)verrule the Department, the permit is denied. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

TEM F : Letter from Diane Sidd - Champion requesting the Board to take jurisdiction 
>ver Building permit issued for construction of a structure at 78 Chenery Street. 

Permit suspended and properly posted November 18, 1988 
Appeal period ended December 5, 1988 

Request for jurisdiction received February 1, 1989 



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Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 88-170 

ROLF LEWIS & MARTIN AUSTIN, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [June 9, 1988, to the 

vs. [Hamlin School, permit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2120 Broadway Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8804913. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/3) 



APPEAL NO. 88-311 

JOHN CRACAS, Appellant [Suspension of one (1) week 

vs. [on November 9, 1988, of 

ARTS COMMISSION, Respondent [Street Artist permit for 

[various locations. 

[(November 23-29, 1988). 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (1/7) 



APPEAL NO. V88-289 

LOUIS J. GIORGI, Appellant [Denial on November 7, 

vs. [1988, of Rear Yard & 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Open Space Variances 

[sought for property 

[located at 401 - 409 

[Naples Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.310EV. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (1/23) 



APPEAL NO. 89-010 

CARLOS PEREZ, Appellant [Appealing for refund 

vs. [of penalty imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent * [on January 27, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[51 Linda Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8900302. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/8) 



APPEAL NO. 89-011 

JEAN V. CLAES, Appellant [Appealing for refund 

vs. [of penalty imposed 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on January 30, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[542 Alvarado Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8900753. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/11) 



IEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 15, 1989 PAGE THREE 



ROGER WONG C. DIP, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-006 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 6, 1988, to 
[Julie Lee, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1325 - 9th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8803489 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/26) 



NEIGHBORS OF THE EXCELSIOR, 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-008 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 9, 1989, to 
[Rich Dixon, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[251 Peru Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8716831 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/4) 



Consideration of department budget for Fiscal Year 1989 - 1990 



Proposed changes to rules and regulations of Residential Rent Stabilization and 
Arbitration Board. Discussion of public hearing January 31, 1989 held by Rent Board. 



Workshop on plan reading. 



'ublic Comment: Each speaker shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MLMBLKS Oh IHb BUAKU Or PtKMIl APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting . shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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4:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

1:00 P.M. - Presentation by Department of City Planning on the proposed South of Market 
Controls. For informational purposes only. No action will be taken by the Board. 

REGULAR CALENDAR SHALL BEGIN AT 5:00 P.M. 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

[TEM A : Appeal No. V88-265 . Hearing December 7, 1988. Appellant had protested the 
issuance of an Exposure of a Dwelling Unit Variance sought for property at 1555 Lombard 
Street and 30H Blackstone Court. Upon motion of President Marks, the Board voted 4-1 
[Vice President Makras dissented) to overrule the Zoning Administrator and deny the 
/ariance. 



ITEM B : Appeals No. 88-339 and 88-340 . Hearing February 8, 1989. Appellant had 

Drotested both a demolition permit and a new construction permit to clear the property 

it 3240 Sacramento Street and to build a mixed-use building on the site. Upon motion of 

Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 3-2 to uphold both permits. President Marks and 
Commissioner House dissented. 



REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM C : Appeals No. 88-339 and 88-340 . Letter dated February 21, 1989 from Mr. Cyrus 
I. Frank requesting that the Board grant a rehearing of the two (2) appeals for the 
demolition and new construction proposed for 3240 Sacramento Street. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE 15-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM D : Letter from Ken O'Brien requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 

)uilding permit Application No. 8807356 for property at 340 Capp Street. 

Permit reissued and posted after Prop M January 31, 1989 
Findings made. 

Appeal period ended February 15, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received February 23, 1989 



UBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 

terns 4A, 4B and 4C shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 88-293 

HINATOWN NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT [Protesting issuance on 

ESOURCE CENTER, et al , Appellants [November 2, 1988, to 

vs. [Mardikian Enterprises, 

EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a 

ITY PLANNING APPROVAL t Structure at 8 Wetmore St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8707412S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/27) 



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Items 4A, 4B and 4C shall be heard together, 



APPEAL NO. 88-294 



CHINATOWN NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT 
RESOURCE CENTER, et al , Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 2, 1988, to 
[Mardikian Enterprises, 
[permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 959 Powell St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8804433S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/27) 



APPEAL NO. 88-295 



CHINATOWN NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT 
RESOURCE CENTER, et al , Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 2, 1988, to 
[Mardikian Enterprises, 
[permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 959 Powell St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8707411S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/27) 



APPEAL NO. 89-015 



EDWARD C. WANG, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on January 20, 
[1989, of Place of 
[Entertainment permit 
[at 3600 - 16th Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/15) 



APPEAL NO. 89-004 



CORINNE FENDELL, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on January 12, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[728 Hampshire Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8900308, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/21) 



ED CATAGNETTO, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 88-014 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on February 1, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[1616 Golden Gate Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8901752 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/13) 



APPEAL NO. 89-012 



STANDISH DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION, 

Appellant 
vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Denial on January 25, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[4017-19 18th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8900267 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/6) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MARCH L 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 89-018 



AIDA Z. GRAYBEAL, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Denial on January 31, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[279 Downey Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8817753, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/12) 



APPEAL NO. 89-013 



ROSE MARIE GOULD, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Re-issuance on February 
[1, 1989, to Cencaland 
[Property Investment Inc., 
[permit to Demolish a 
[Building at 212 Flood Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8894330. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/13) 



Items 11A and 11B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 88-250 



S. H. A. R. P. , Appellants 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 7, 1988, to 
[Martin Lalor, permit 
[to Erect a Structure \ 
[at 1789/91 - 9th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711839. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/1) 



APPEAL NO. 89-026 



DANITA SORENSON, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 30, 1989, to 
[Martin Lalor, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 1789/91 - 9th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808833, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/20) 



PETER TAI, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-001 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 30, 1988, to 
[Chin-Teh Shin, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[18 Presidio Terrace St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8715597 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/14) 



5 PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting . shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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1ATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

: 0R ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

ITEM A : Appeal No. V88-265 . Hearing December 7, 1988. Appellant had protested the 
issuance of an Exposure of a Dwelling Unit Variance sought for property at 1555 Lombard 
>treet and 30^ Blackstone Court. Upon motion of President Marks, the Board voted 4-1 
Vice President Makras dissented) to overrule the Zoning Administrator and deny the 
variance. 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

[TEM B : Appeal No. V88-289 . Letter dated February 24, 1989 from Mr. Wayne Rieke on 
>ehalf of Mr. Louis J. Giorgi, appellant, requesting rehearing. Hearing February 15, 
[989. Upon motion of Vice President Makras to uphold the denial of the variance, the 
loard voted 2-2 (Commissioners Melbostad and Prior in dissent and for approval of the 
variance; Commissioner House absent). Four votes being needed to overrule, the denial 
ras upheld. 



*ublic Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 

[terns 3A and 3B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 88-339 

'YRUS FRANK, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [December 16, 1988, to 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Abraham L. Yang, permit 

:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 3240 Sacramento St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8807836. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (2/8) 

APPEAL NO. 88-340 

YRUS FRANK, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [December 16, 1988, to 

EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Abraham L. Yang, permit 

ITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 3240 Sacramento St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8807835. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (2/8) 



APPEAL NO. Y88- 324 

ARVIN ISRAEL, Appellant 

vs. 
ONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



Protesting Condition of 
Variance granted on 
December 6, 1988, for 
[property located at 
455 Hoffman Avenue. 
VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.542V. 
FOR REHEARING TODAY. (1/15) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-311 



JOHN CRACAS, Appellant 

vs. 
\RTS COMMISSION, Respondent 



[Suspension of one (1) 
[week on November 9, 
[1988, of Street Artist 
[permit for various 
[locations. (November 
[23 - 29, 1988). 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(1/7) 



APPEAL NO. 89-020 



1ARIAN DAGGETT, Appellant 

vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on February 8, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[1006 Dolores Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8819675 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/20) 



[terns 7A and 7B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 89-021 



MISSION HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORP., 

vs. Appellant 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 

Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on February 10, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[1227 Hampshire Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8814005, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/22) 



MISSION HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORP, 

vs. Appellant 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-022 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on February 10, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[1227 Hampshire Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8815153. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/22) 



JAMES U GATTENf, Appellant 

)EPT. PUBLIC WpRKS, Respondent 
:iTY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



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APPEAL NO. 89-023 



iILL YEUNG, Appellant 

vs. 
'EPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent 



[Denial on February 2, 
[1989, of Health 
[Permit Referral for 
[a Storage Warehouse 
[at 2783 Folsom St. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/22) 



EETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MARCH 8, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 89-016 



UCHARD L. LAMBERT & W.P. GARNER, 

Appellant 
vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
:iTY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on February 3, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2844A Bush Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807811 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/15) 



APPEAL NO. 89-025 



EARL JOE, Appellant 
vs. 
PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
PLANNING APPROVAL 



)EPT 

:ity 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 30, 1989, to 
[James Bowes, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[1334 Vallejo Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8819373 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/26) 



APPEAL NO. 89-027 



5T. FRANCIS HOMES ASSOCIATION, 

Appellant 
vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance 
[on January 30, 1989, 
[to Stephen 0. Johns 
[permit to Alter a 
[Building at 1600 
[Monterey Boulevard. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8819942 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/26) 



APPEAL NO. V89-024 



JICCOLO & FLORA OLTRANTI, Appellants 

vs . 
'.ONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Denial on February 1, 
[1989, of Rear Yard 
[Variance sought for 
[property located at 
[2908 Octavia Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.304V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/22) 



APPEAL NO. 89-030 



iAN FRANCISCO ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE, 

Appellant 
vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 30, 1989, to 
[Roosevelt & Althedi 
[Carrie, permit to 
[Demolish a Building 
[at 2075 Sutter Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8816707 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(3/27) 



ITER TAI, Appellant 

vs . 
:PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-001 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 30, 198#, to 
[Chin-Teh Shin, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[18 Presidio Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8715597 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/14) 



iblic Cotraent: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



HLnbLKb W- IHL bUAKU Uh PtKMI I ArTLALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting . shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room.no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARIN6 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



CITY LIBRARIAN 
Public Library 






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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1989 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



RECEIVED 

MAR 2 1 1989 
USRAAIAN'S OFFICE 



1ATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

IEPORT BY DEPARTMENTS : 

TEM A : Appeal No. 88-176 . Report by departments of compliance with conditions 
if Board's approval of Building Permit Application No. 8706937 for an addition at 
>23 - 22nd Avenue. On August 10, 1988, upon motion of Commissioner House, the 
loard voted 4-0 (Commissioner Prior absent) to uphold the department^and grant 
;he permit subject to conditions. DOCUMENT " "PT. 



OR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed 



MAR 2 4 1989 
PUBLIC UBflAftY 



[TEM B : Appeal No. 88-293 , 88-294 , and 88-295 . Hearing on February 8, 1989, 
ind final vote on March 1, 1989. The Chinatown Neighborhood Improvement Resource 
lenter, etal , the appellant, had protested the issuance of building permits to 
jrect a structure at 8 Wetmore Street, and two structures at 959 Powell Street. 
Jpon motion of President Marks, the Board voted 4 - to overrule the department 
md deny the permits. (Commissioner Prior was excused from voting on this issue). 



hiblic Comment: Presentation shall be limited to (3) three minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. V88-324 



1ARVIN ISRAEL, Appellant 

vs. 
'.0NING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Protesting Condition of 
[Variance granted on 
[December 6, 1988, for 
[property located at 
[455 Hoffman Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.542V. 
[FOR FURTHER REHEARING TODAY. 



(1/15) 



[terns 4A and 4B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 88-250 



>. H. A. R. P. , Appellants 

vs . 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
'.ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 7, 1988, to 
[Martin Lai or, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 1789/91 - 9th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8711839. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(11/1) 



APPEAL NO. 89-026 



ANITA SORENSON, Appellant 

vs. 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[January 30, 1989, to 
[Martin Lalor, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 1789/91 - 9th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808833. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(3/20) 



EETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MARCH 29, 1989 PAGE TWO 

APPEAL NO. 89-038 

JIZAR LAMA, Appellant [Protesting condition of 

vs. [issuance on February 8, 

)EPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [1989, of Type 21 License 

[at 1865 Laguna Street, 
[that hours of operation 
[are limited to between 
[6:00 a.m. & 10:00 p.m. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/1) 



APPEAL NO. 89-039 

1ARGARET MOUNTIN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [February 15, 1989, to 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Dick Mak, permit to 

;ITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[18 Radio Terrace. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8803971. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/11) 



[terns 7A and 7B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-040 

IATI0NAL TREASURY EMPLOYEE'S UNION [Protesting issuance on 

:HAPTER 212, Appellant [February 17, 1989, 

vs. [to Hawthorne Plaza 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Limited, permit to 

:ITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[75 Hawthorne Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8819946. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/15) 



APPEAL NO. 89-046 

JATIONAL TREASURY EMPLOYEE'S UNION [Protesting issuance on 

:HAPTER 212, Appellant [February 17, 1989, to 

vs. [Arcon Limited, permit 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Alter a Building at 

:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL [75 Hawthorne Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8819952. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/19) 

APPEAL NO. V8S-035 

RICHARD SANDER, Appellant [Denial on February 16, 

vs. [1989, of Rear Yard, 

'.ONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Usable Open Space & 

[Minimum Lot Size 
[Variances sought at 
[1120 - 24 Clay Street/ 
[21-23 Truett Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.682EV. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/28) 



Uiblic Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 

SPECIAL MEETING 

APPEAL NO. V88-324 

IARVIN ISRAEL, Appellant [Protesting Condition of 

vs. [Variance granted on 

ONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [December 6, 1988, for 

[property located at 
[455 Hoffman Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.542V. 
fSITE INPSECTION WEDNESDAY, 
[MARCH 29, 1989, AT 8:30 A.M. 



ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1989 APR 3 1989 

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5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL *-«*mc ubrar* 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Christopher C. Hall, Esq., on behalf of Tormui Ty, requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 89-031 . Hearing March 15, 1989. Appellant protested 

the denial of masseuse permit at 450 - B Jones Street. Upon motion of Vice 

President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and deny the 
permit. 



ITEM B : Letter from Weyman I . Lundquist, Esq. , requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
89-028 . Hearing March 15, 1989. Appellant protested the issuance of permit to 
alter a building at 3733 Broderick Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Prior, 
the Board voted 3-2 to uphold the department and grant the permit. (President 
Marks and Commissioner Melbostad dissented.) 



ITEM C : Letter from Ramona Albright requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-037 . 
Hearing March 15, 1989. Appellant had appealed the issuance of permit to erect a 
structure at 201 Raccoon Drive. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board 
voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit subject to conditions. 



FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

ITEM D : Appeals No. 88-293 , 88-294 , and 88-295 . Hearing on February 8, 1989, 
and final vote on March 1, 1989. The Chinatown Neighborhood Improvement Resource 
Center, etal , the appellant, had protested the issuance of building permits to 
erect a structure at 8 Wetmore Street, and two structures at 959 Powell Street. 
Upon motion of President Marks, the Board voted 4 - to overrule the department 
and deny the permits. (Commissioner Prior was excused from voting on this issue). 



ITEM E : Appeal No. V88-324 . Rehearing on March 15, 1989. Site inspection and 
decision on March 29, 1989. The appellant, Marvin Israel, had protested the 
imposition of a condition in the granting of a variance to legalize a second 
dwelling unit at 455 Hoffman Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the 
Board voted 5-0 to overrule the department and delete the condition to create a 
second tandem parking space behind the existing single space in the garage with 
a new condition that the appellant record a Notice of Special Restrictions 
restricting use of the subject building to two units only. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 5, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 89-033 



DAVID J. MARX, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 6, 1989, to 
[John Hirohata, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[53 Christopher Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8817711. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(3/29) 



APPEAL NO. 89-044 



ALEX S. CASSIMUS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for refund of 
[penalty imposed on 
[March 9, 1989, for work 
[done at 975 Church St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8802521. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/18) 



APPEAL NO. 89-047 



HONG KONG MARKET, INC., Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Denial on March 13, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1134 Grant Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902333. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/25) 



STEPHEN RYAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-042 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 28, 1989, to 
[Oliver Wen, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[1843 - 10th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8815473. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/18) 



APPEAL NO. 89-045 



L & J DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION CO., 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 23, 1989, to 
[Sung Wi , permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[270-272 - 22nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8817586, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/18) 



Public Coonent: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



1EETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 5, 1989 PAGE TWO 



Items 3A through 3D shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 89-048 



MARC E. MINARDI & BRUCE DAVIES, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 6, 1989, to 
[Lynn Susoeff, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2 Southern Heights Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806841 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/29) 



APPEAL NO. 89-049 



MARC E. MINARDI & BRUCE DAVIES, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 6, 1989, to 
[Lynn Susoeff, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[4 Southern Heights Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806840 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/29) 



APPEAL NO. 89-050 



MARC E. MINARDI & BRUCE DAVIES, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 6, 1989, to 
[Lynn Susoeff, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[6 Southern Heights Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806842 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/29) 



MARC E. MINARDI & BRUCE DAVIES, 
vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-051 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 6, 1989, to 
[Lynn Susoeff, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[8 Southern Heights Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806843, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/29) 



APPEAL NO. 89-043 



INVERNESS HOTEL TENANTS ASSOCIATION, 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 22, 1989, 
[to Taldan Investment 
[Company, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1405 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8818880, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/18) 



rn-riDLixo vr mL dwwij u r ri_i\ni i ftrrnftLO 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting . shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR RBPRIN6 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



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(1) 4 : 00 P.M. Presentation by Commissioner Prior on the technique of reading 
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APR ;; 41989 



1ATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

TEM A : Letter from Robert J. McCarthy, Esq., on behalf of Markdikian Enterprises, 
•equesting rehearing of Appeals Nos. 88-293 , 88-294 , and 88-295 . Appeals heard together 
in February 8, 1989 and March 1, 1989. Findings adopted on April 5, 1989. Appellants, 
;he Chinatown Neighborhood Improvement Resource Center, et al , had protested the issuance 
if permits to erect structures at 959 Powell Street and 8 Wetmore Street. Upon motion of 
'resident Marks, the Board voted 4-0 to overrule the department and deny the permit. 
Commissioner Prior was excused from voting on this issue). 



JEM B : Letter from David Owen, Rick Spector, and Ian McLean on behalf of the National 
reasury Employee's Union, Chapter 212, requesting rehearing of Appeals Nos. 89-040 and 
19-046 . These appeals were heard together on March 29, 1989. The appellants had 
irotested the issuances on February 17, 1989 and March 1, 1989 permits to alter a 
wilding at 75 Hawthorne Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 
» - to uphold the department and grant the permits. 



•ublic Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 89-047 



I0NG KONG MARKET, INC 

vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 



. , Appellant 
Respondent 



[Denial on March 13, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1134 Grant Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902333. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(4/25) 



terns 4A through 4D shall be heard together . 



IARC E. MINARDI & BRUCE DAVIES, 
vs. Appellants 
•EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-04S 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 6, 1989, to 
[Lynn Susoeff, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
T2 Southern Heights Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806841 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/29) 



ARC E. MINARDI & BRUCE DAVIES, 
vs. Appellants 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-049 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[March 6, 1989, to 
[Lynn Susoeff, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[4 Southern Heights Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806840 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(4/29) 



EETIN6 OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 26, 1989 PAGE TWO 

[terns 4A through 4D shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-050 

IARC E. MINARDI & BRUCE DAVIES, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellants [March 6, 1989, to 

IEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Lynn Susoeff, permit 

IITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[6 Southern Heights Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8806842. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/29) 

APPEAL NO. 89-051 

IARC E. MINARDI & BRUCE DAVIES, [Protesting issuance on I 

vs. Appellants [March 6, 1989, to 

IEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Lynn Susoeff, permit 

:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[8 Southern Heights Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8806843. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/29) 

APPEAL NO. 89-044 

iLEX S. CASSIMUS, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty imposed 

IEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on March 9, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[975 Church Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8802521. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/18) 



APPEAL NO. 89-052 

STERLING ROOFING COMPANY, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty imposed 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on March 20, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[1059 Clement Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904348. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/29) 



APPEAL NO. 89-054 

10 ON LOUIE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty imposed 

IEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on March 22, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[574-580 Haight Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904082. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/3) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-056 

IKC CONSTRUCTION & ROOFING, [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. Appellant [on March 27, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, [for work done at 

Respondent [1979 - 43rd Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904800. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/6) 



APPEAL NO. 89-057 

THOMAS R. FOX, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on March 28, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[401 Montecito Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904358. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/8) 



APPEAL NO. 89-059 

WILLIAM BROWN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on March 29, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[440 Laurel Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904206. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/10) 



:asa 

)EPT 





APPEAL 


NO. 


89- 


-053 


E LA RAZA, INC., Appellant 








[Denial of Alteration 


vs. 








[permit by Bureau of 


PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 








[Building Inspection 
[on March 14, 1989, 
[to change occupancy 
[classification from 
[R-3 to E-3 to allow 
[a child care facility 
[at 90 Bartlett Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8816173 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/2) 



APPEAL NO. V89-041 

•ROOK & SHAWN BYERS, Appellant [Protesting Condition of 

vs. [of Variance granted on 

ONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [February 24, 1989, 'or 

[property located at 



[3636 Washington Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.300V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (4/15) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-068 

CHARLES & DIANE FRANKEL, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 20, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Randy George, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 361 Lombard Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8808752. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/15) 



Items 15A and 15B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-075 

GEORGE BISAILLON, Appellant [Protesting issuance 

vs. [on March 31, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Kotas Pantaleoni 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Architects, permit to 

[Demolish a Building 

[at 2559 Diamond Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8812330. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/9) 



APPEAL NO. 89-0 58 

3E0RGE BISAILLON, Appellant [Protesting issuance 

vs. [on March 31, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Kotas Pantaleoni 

:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL [Architects, permit to 

[Erect a Structure 

[at 2559 Diamond Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8812333. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/23) 



'ublic Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker 



MbKittiKS Uh IH b ttOAKl) Ur Pt kMll A PPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting . shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL HOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEAR 1X6 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 









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2. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS MAY 1 1989 

io/sq . WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1989 SSS.^S^Sl 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE . 

Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 

APPEAL NO. 89-060 

:AR0L ELVIN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on March 23, 1989, 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[302-308 - 26th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8903213. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/2) 

APPEAL NO. 89-063 

>0V MICHAELI, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on March 31, 1989, 

•EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[555 Vermont Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8903348. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/3) 

APPEAL NO. 89-064 

LFRED DUMLAO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on April 3, 1989, 

EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[543 Jersey Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904077. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/6) 

APPEAL NO. 89-070 

DAM SPARKS, Appellant [Denial on March 31, 1989, 

vs. [of permit to convert 69 

EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [rooms from residential 

AHI DISAPPROVAL [use to tourist use at 

[520 Jones Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/17) 

APPEAL NO. 89-071 

t W. ALARCON, etal, Appellants" [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 29, 1989, to Ruff 

. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Construction, Electrical 

[Permit for I40C Washington 
'"Street, Apartments 9. 11, 
[12, 14, 16, and 17. 
[PERMIT NO. 57761. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/21) 



IEETIN6 OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 10, 1989 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 89-072 



EARL B. EWING, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Denial on April 7, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2253 California Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902992 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/21) 



APPEAL NO. 89-061 



SARRY F. BRAID, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 27, 1989, to Ivan 
[and Sue Vican, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[4376 - 26th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8807802, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/2) 



IUKA TAKEMURA & SAM CHA CHOI, 

vs. Appellants 
EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-062 



[Protesting issuance 
[on March 17, 1989, 
[to Leonid & Larisa 
[Modorsky, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2438 Taraval Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8815929 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/3) 



APPEAL NO. 89-065 



ICKOLAS A. DIAMAN, Appellant 

vs. 

EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 31, 1989, to 
[Larry Wasserman, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2960 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904220, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/6) 



APPEAL NO. 89-067 



IRNARDO & KATHLEEN URQUIETA, 
Appellants 
vs. 
:PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
:TY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[March 20, 1989, to 
[John Schrader, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 135 Beaver Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902649 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/15) 



liblic Couinent: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

. DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regGTar business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQU ESTS F. .R REHEARI NG 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 ■'"or complete rule on rehearings. 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

n DOCUMENTS DE^T, 

2- WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1989 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

SAN FRANwiowO 

PUJBUC UWKARY 

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Randall M. Shaw dated May 5, 1989, on behalf of the Inverness 
Hotel Tenants Association requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-043 . Hearing April 
5, 1989. Appellants protested the issuance of permit to alter a building at 1405 
Van Ness Avenue. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 4 - to 
uphold the Department and grant the permit subject to conditions. Commissioner 
Prior did not vote. Notice of Decision and Order with final language of conditions 
released on April 26, 1989. 



ITEM B : Letter from Marc E. Minardi and Bruce Davies, requesting rehearing of 
\ppeals Nos. 89-048 , 89-049 , 89-050 , and 89-051 . Hearing April 26, 1989. The 
appellants had protested the issuance of permits to construct a building at 2, 4, 
5, and 8 Southern Heights Avenue. Upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board 
•oted 4-1 (President Marks dissented) to grant the permit subject to conditions. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION : 

[TEM C : Letter from Ronald M. Abend, Esq., on behalf of the Marina at Pier 39 Slip 
)wners Association requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over the Zoning 
Administrator's decision to accept the Pier 39 Aquarium Conditional Use Application. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-074 

IARK C. JEWETT, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty imposed 

lEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent . [on April 11, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[124 Del Mar Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8905931. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/23) 






APPEAL NO. 89-079 

0SEPH KELLY, JR., Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on April 27, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[862 Guerrero Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8906238. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/6) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 17, 1989 PAGE TWO 

APPEAL NO. 89-077 

GEORGE HELLERICH, Appellant [Appeal of Condition 

|(5) vs. [Imposed on April 18, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1989, to Mina-Tree Signs, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Inc., permit to Erect a 

[Sign at 3150 California St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904097. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/ 

APPEAL NO. 89-017 

GUNTHER GOPP, Appellant [Order to Cease Violation 

[6) vs. [of the Planning Code, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [dated January 20, 1989, 

[for property located at 
[473 Ellis Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. {3/1 

APPEAL NO. 89-073 

ANDREAS VON FOERSTER, Appellant [Determination by the 

7) vs. [Zoning Administrator 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [on March 28, 1989, 

[that the proposal 
[does not conform to 
[Planning Code Section 
[132 (b) & Residential 
[Design Guidelines at 
[128 Montcalm Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902465. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/3 



APPEAL NO. 89-076 

JAWJ GREENWALD, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

8) vs. [March 31, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Howard Cooper & George 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [E. Shelton, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 

[970 Chestnut Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8814707. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/ 



APPEAL NO. 89-081 

JOSEPH FARR, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

9) vs. [April 19, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Sam Budousky, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 302 Warren Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8808286. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/1 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 17, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. V89-078 



POLLY O'CONNOR, 
vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, 



Appellant 

Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 13, 1989, to 
[Lucia Bogatay, Minimum 
[Lot Size, Rear Yard, 
[Exposure of a Dwelling 
[Unit, Usable Open Space 
[& Ground Story Frontage 
[Variances sought for 
[property located at 
[25-29 Pleasant Street/ 
[1224 Sacramento Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.431EV, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(5/31) 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three minutes for each speaker. 



SPECIAL MEETING 



APPEAL NO. 89-068 



CHARLES & DIANE FRANKEL, Appellants 

vs. 
)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 20, 1989, to 
[Randy George, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 361 Lombard Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808752. 
[SITE INSPECTION WEDNESDAY, 
[MAY 22, 1989, AT 8:30 A.M. 

[(Continued for further hearing 
[ to May 31, 1989.) 



ntrusLKb m- ihl buaku ur- mtmi ArrtALb 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first end shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting . shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room.no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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^ MEETING OF THE BOARD OP PERMIT APPEALS 

' urmurcnAxT mav ti noon DOCUMENTS D6pT. 

, /-/j WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1989 

</W MAY 3 1989 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

San chawwi-mJ 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Sue Hestor, Esq., on behalf of appellant Nikolas Diaman 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-065. Hearing May 10, 1989. The appellant 
had protested the issuance of a permit to alter a building at 2960 Van Ness Avenue. 
Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 3-2 to overrule the 
department. Four votes needed to overrule, the department is upheld and the permit 
granted. Commissioner Prior and Vice President Makras dissented. 

REQUEST FOR RECONSIDERATION: 

ITEM B: Letter from John Sanger, Esq., representing the Pier 39 Limited Partnership 
requesting the Board to reconsider its decision of May 17, 1989, taking jurisdiction 
over the Zoning Administrator's determination to accept a Conditional Use Application 
,for a new aquarium at Pier 39. 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING BEYOND THE 10-DAY REQUEST PERIOD: 

ITEM C: Letter from Maryann Dillon, Executive Director, Mission Housing Development 
Corporation, requesting the Board to rehear Appeals Nos. 89-021 and 89-022 . Hearing 
March 8, 1989. The appellant had protested the imposition of penalties for work 
done at 1227 Hampshire Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board 
voted 3-2 to uphold the department and sustain the penalty. Commissioners Marks 
& Melbostad dissented. 

Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-068 



CHARLES & DIANE FRANKEL, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 20, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Randy George, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 361 Lombard Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8808752. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (5/15) 



APPEAL NO. 89-076 

JAWJ GREENWALD, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 31, 1989, to 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Howard Cooper & George 

|TY PLANNING APPROVAL [E. Shelton, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 

[970 Chestnut Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8814707. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (5/27) 



IEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 31, 1989 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 89-088 

BRUCE BAXTER, Appellant [Suspension on April 20, 

vs. [1989, of Driver Public 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Vehicle permit. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/13) 



APPEAL NO. 89-084 

LESLIE V. SWALL, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on May 1, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[826A Castro Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8906896. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/10) 



APPEAL NO. 89-085 

CARLETON J. CHAPPELLE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on May 3, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[472 Utah Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8906216. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/12) 



APPEAL NO. 89-091 

JOSEPH P. FICURELLI, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[530-532 Presidio Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8819815. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/27) 



APPEAL NO. 89-092 

KAREN LUM, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[4367 - 17th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8813115. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/27) 

APPEAL NO. 89-017 

GUNTHER GOPP, Appellant [Order to Cease Violation 

)) vs. [of the Planning Code, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [dated January 20, 1989, 

[for property located at 
[473 Ellis Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/18) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 31, 1989 PAGE THREE 

APPEAL NO. 89-086 

ARTCO CONSTRUCTION, Appellant [Denial on May 3, 1989, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 71 Rico Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8818072. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/12) 

APPEAL NO. 89-080 

IRNESTO J. PULETTI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [November 1, 1988, to 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Steven Byers, permit to 

:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[at 352 San Marcos Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8718038. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/7) 



APPEAL NO. 89-087 

JALTER PALMER, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [April 19, 1989, to 

€PT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Elsie Collins, permit 

[to Alter a Building 

[at 1930 Eddy Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8905240. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/13) 



APPEAL NO. 89-094 

AROL L. SMITH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [May 1, 1989, to Mr. & 

:EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mrs. Alan Zimmerman, 

ITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a 

[Building at 39 Avila. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8901285. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/28) 



ublic Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. HELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such Bust 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting . shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing Bust 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room.no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

RE QUESTS FOR REHEARIH6 

Written requests for rehearing Bust be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-672C $ an Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 




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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARIN6 : 

ITEM A : Letter from David A. Sauers, Esq., on behalf of Mark C. Jewett, requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 89-074 . Hearing May 17, 1989. Appellant protested the 
imposition of penalty for work done at 124 Del Mar Avenue. Upon motion of 
Commissioner House, the Board voted to uphold the department's order and sustain 
the penalty. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-065 

NICKOLAS A. DIAMAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 31, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Larry Wasserman, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[2960 Van Ness Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904220. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (5/6) 



APPEAL NO. 89-093 

MARK T. O'LONE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1545 Broadway Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8906751. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/28) 



APPEAL NO. 89-097 

TIMOTHY E. PELLISSIER, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

5) vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on May 9, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[4339 - 18th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907971. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/24) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 7, 1989 PAGE TWO 

Items 6A through 6F shall be heard together. 



APPEAL HO. 88-156 







HONG KONG METRO REALTY CO., INC. 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Revocation on May 4, 
[1988, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2987 - 38th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8803251 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-157 



HONG KONG METRO REALTY CO., INC. 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Revocation on May 4, 
[1988, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[3702 Ulloa Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8803253. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-158 



HONG KONG METRO REALTY CO., INC. 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Revocation on May 4, 
[1988, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[3712 Ulloa Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8803252, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-159 



HONG KONG METRO REALTY CO., INC. 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Revocation on May 4, 
[1988, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[3722 Ulloa Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8607795, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/25) 



APPEAL NO. 88-160 



HONG KONG METRO REALTY CO., INC. 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Revocation on May 4, 
[1988, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[3734 Ulloa Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8607793. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/25) 



APPEAL NO. V89-005 



SI 



HARRY O'BRIEN, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Denial on January 6, 
[1989, of Front Setback, 
[Rear Yard, Usable Open 
[Space, Off - Street 
[Parking & Garage/Curb 
[Cut Width Variances 
[sought at 3702, 3712, 
[3722 & 3734 Ulloa St. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.346V 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(2/16) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 7, 1989 PAGE THREE 

APPEAL NO. V89-082 

TOM JAMES, Appellant [Denial on April 17, 1989, 

vs. [of Off - Street Parking, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Unscreened Parking, and 

[Front Setback Variances 
[sought for property at 
[1450 Masonic Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.726V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/6) 

APPEAL NO. 89-100 

ROBERT BAKMAZ, Appellant [Denial on May 2, 1989, 

vs. [of permit to Alter 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [a Building at 2318 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [Leavenworth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8818527. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/25) 

APPEAL NO. 89-083 

STEVE OLIN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [April 13, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mr. and Mrs. Jerold 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Panas, permit to 

[Erect a Structure at 

[1067 Green Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8802379. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/7) 



APPEAL NO. V89-098 



•WILLIAM & JOANNE PRIEUR, Appellants [Protesting condition of 

vs. [variance granted on May 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [5, 1989, for property 



[at 1638 - 1640 Haight St. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.341V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/24) 






APPEAL NO 89-103 



WTHONY BROWN, Appellant [Protesting isssuance 

vs. [on May 4, 1989, to 

)EPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [R&D Capital, permit 

:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 



[at 3741 Buchanan St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8810662. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/27) 



) ublic Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

. DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAYS-JUNE 21, 1989 documents dept. 

5;00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL JUN I 9 1989 

SAN FBANCi^y 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Jack Wholey, Esq. on behalf of appellants Charles and Diane 
Frankel , requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-068 . Hearings April 26 and May 
31, 1989. Appellants protested the issuance of an alteration permit to Randy George 
for work done at 361 Lombard Street. The permit was upheld with no conditions. 
Commissioner House moved upholding permit with conditions but the vote was only 
2 - 3 on the motion. President Marks, Vice President Makras and Commissioner Prior 
voted against the motion. 



ITEM B : Letter from 
and Goerge Shelton, 
17, and May 31, 1989. 



Mark Himelstein, Esq 
requesting rehearing 



on behalf of permit holders Howard Cooper 
of Appeal No. 89-076 . Hearings on May 



Appellant Jawj Greenwald protested issuance of an alteration 
permit to the permit holders for work done at 970 Chestnut Street. On Commissioner 
House's motion to uphold with conditions the Board voted 5-0. 



ITEM C : Letter from Kate Dixon, Esq. on behalf of appellant Bruce Baxter, requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 89-088 . Hearing May 31, 1989. The appellant was appealing 
the 5-day suspension of his driver public vehicle permit. On Commissioner House's 
notion to uphold the department the Board voted 5-0. 



'ublic Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



'RNESTO J. PULETTI, Appellant 

vs. 

>EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
ITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-080 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 1, 1988, to 
[Steven Byers, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[at 352 San Marcos Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8718038. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(6/7) 



is 4A and 4B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 89-021 



ISSION HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORP., 

vs. Appellant 
: .PT. PUBLIC WORKS, 

Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on February 10, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[1227 Hampshire Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8814005 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(3/22) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 21, 1989 PAGE TWO 



Items 4A and 4B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-022 

MISSION HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORP., [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. Appellant [on February 10, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, [for work done at 

Respondent [1227 Hampshire Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8815153. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (3/22) 



APPEAL NO. 89-107 

MONTEREY HEIGHTS HOMEOWNERS ASSOC, [Determination on May 9, 

vs. Appellant [1989, by the Zoning 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, [Administrator, that the 

Respondent [Gurdjieff Foundation at 

[85 Saint Elmo Way is 
[in compliance with the 
[City Planning Code. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/3) 






APPEAL NO. 89-090 

EDWARD MITCHELL, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on May 9, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[2906-08 Buchanan St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907080. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/18) 



APPEAL NO. 89-099 

>ETER ZINGG, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on May 16, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[736 Kirkham Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8903109. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/25) 



APPEAL NO. 89-101 

UGENE WONG, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on May 16, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[726 Spruce Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8819230. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/26) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 21, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 89-102 



NORMAN SHEARER, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on May 16, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[726 - 4th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8905966, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6/26) 



APPEAL NO. 89-109 



ANGELO WILSON, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on May 26, 1989, ' 
[for work done at 
[334 Duncan Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907054, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/5) 



APPEAL NO. 89-110 



HANS REIMAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on May 25, 1989, " 
[for work done at 
[634 Shotwell Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8909117 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/5) 



APPEAL NO. 89-112 



PETER KERESZTURY, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on May 26, 1989, ' 
[for work done at 
[53 Page Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907871 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/9) 



OUNG ANN KIM & IN KYUNG KIM, 

vs. Appellants 
EALTH DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 
ITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 87-302 



[Denial on October 9, 
[1987, of permit to 
[Operate a Restaurant 
[at 92 Judah Street. 
[(Joky's Place). 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/28) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 21, 1989 PAGE FOUR 



APPEAL NO. 89-104 

MARYANNA G. SHAW, Appellant [Suspension on May 3, 1989, 

\) vs. [of construction of fence 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2550 Divisadero Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8707787. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/25) 



APPEAL WO. 89-113 
JOAN M. CROWLEY, Appellant [Revocation on May 15, 

vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [1164-66 Filbert Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8717236. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/9) 



APPEAL WO. 89-111 

BLANCA MARTINEZ, Appellant [Denial on May 24, 1989, 

) vs. [by Bureau of Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Inspection, of permit 

[to Legalize windows on 
[(3) three-unit house at 
[1330 Valencia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8905280. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/5) 






APPEAL WO. 89-108 
STEVEN & CATHY WEINDEL & E. ROBERT [Protesting issuance on 

SCROFANI, Appellants [May 9, 1989, to 

vs. [George Vasil, permit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Erect a Structure 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 320 Collingwood St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8713739. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/3) 



1 Public Cooment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

.. DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTIOH 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 




Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

"DOCUMENTS D£PT. 

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5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Robert Bakmaz requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-100 . 
Hearing June 7, 1989. The appellant, Robert Bakmaz, had protested the denial of 
permit to alter a building at 2318 Leavenworth Street. Upon motion of Commissioner 
Melbostad, the Board voted 3 - 2 to uphold the Department and deny the permit. 
(Vice President Makras and Commissioner House dissented.) Four votes being necessary 
to overrule the department, the order is upheld and the permit denied. 



) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO 89-103 

ANTHONY BROWN, Appellant [Protesting isssuance 

vs. [on May 4, 1989, to 

DEPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [R&D Capital, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 



[at 3741 Buchanan St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8810662. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (6/27) 



APPEAL NO. 89-106 

TELEGRAPH TERRACE HOMEOWNERS ASSOC, [Protesting issuance on 

vs. Appellants [May 8, 1989, of 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Dancehall Keeper permit 

Respondent [at 1800 Montgomery 

[Street, dba "Bentley's 
[Restaurant/Bar". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/2) 



APPEAL NO. 89-114 

THOMAS & BARBARA MCGRATH, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

(i vs. [February 2, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Gary Gin, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[1234 Ulloa Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8816310. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/9) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 28, 1989 PAGE TWO_ 

Items 6A and 6B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-116 

STANLEY DINTCHO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

A) vs. [May 19, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mike Feldman, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 2240 Union Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8714225. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/11) 



APPEAL NO. 89-118 

GORDON & MARY TOM, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

3) vs. [May 19, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mike Feldman, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 2240 Union Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8710794. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/11) 



APPEAL NO. 89-089 

THOMAS MOORE, Appellant [Order to Cease Violation 

vs. [of the Planning Code 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [dated April 25, 1989, 

[for property located at 
[545 Burnett Avenue. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/14) 



APPEAL NO. V89-095 

RICHARD GOSSEN, Appellant [Denial on May 5, 1989, 

vs. [of Cut Curb and Maximum 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Garage Door Width Variance 

[sought for property at 

[3269 Harrison Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.711V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/21) 






Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

„ DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(4.1$). 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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WEDNESDAY/ JULY 12, 1989 documents 

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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Hans Reiman, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
89-110 . Hearing June 21, 1989. The appellant protested the imposition of a penalty 
for work done at 634 Shotwell Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the 
Board voted 5 - to uphold the department and sustain the penalty. 



CORRESPONDENCE FOR DISCUSSION : 

ITEM B : Letter from Carolyn and Kirsti Aho regarding construction of garage at 
4660 - 25th Street. Discussion of this matter continued from hearing of June 28, 
1989. 



FOR ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : Public hearing closed. 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 89-107 . Hearing June 21, 1989. Upon motion of Commissioner 
House, the Board voted 5 - to overrule the Zoning Administrator's Determination 
concerning the Gurdjieff Foundation. 



ITEM D : Appeal Nos. 88-156 through 88-160 ; and V89-005 . Hearing June 7, 1989. 
Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 5 - to overrule the Zoning 
Administrator and to reinstate the five permits and grant the variances subject 
to conditions. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-124 

KAI-MIN JEN & JACK TSENG, [Denial on June 2, 

vs. Appellants [1989, of permit for a 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Massage Establishment, 

Respondent [dba "Fantasy Massage" 

[at 960 Harrison Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/18) 






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APPEAL NO. 89-125 

BUNGORN MASON, Appellant [Denial on May 24, 1989, 

\) vs. [of Masseuse permit at 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [455 Ellis Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/18) 



APPEAL NO. 89-120 

EDWARD BAKER & HARRY BARLOW, [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. Appellants [May 23, 1989, to Kirk 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Leonard Moon, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[1642 - 16th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8807366. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/16) 



APPEAL NO. 89-115 

TOM CORBETT, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on June 1, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[2015 - 17th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8905100. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/11) 



APPEAL NO. 89-121 

JOHN STERN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on June 6, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[48 Pearl Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8820188. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/16) 



APPEAL NO. 89-127 

KRUEGER BROTHERS BUILDERS, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on June 6, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[425 - 18th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907515. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/24) 






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APPEAL NO. 89-053 

CASA DE LA RAZA, INC., Appellant [Denial of Alteration 

)) vs. [permit by Bureau of 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building Inspection 

[on March 14, 1989, 
[to change occupancy 
[classification from 
[R-3 to E-3 to allow 
[a child care facility 
[at 90 Bartlett Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8816173. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/2) 



APPEAL NO. 89-108 

STEVEN & CATHY WEINDEL & E. ROBERT [Protesting issuance on 

SCROFANI, Appellants [May 9, 1989, to 

0) vs. [George Vasil, permit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Erect a Structure 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 320 Collingwood St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8713739. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/3) 



APPEAL NO. 89-122 

JOE LING JUNG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

I) vs. [May 23, 1989, to Peter 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [& Mary Fung, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 
[1449 Leavenworth Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907747 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-123 



MARIA HERMAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

1 ) vs. [May 25, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Dominic Maionchi, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 3320 Fillmore Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8906309 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-126 

ANNE MARGARET TOWER, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

[1) vs. [May 25, 1989, to S. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Ianterno, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[734 - 14th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8812790. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



rmriDLfto ur inn duhimj ur rLi\ni i MrrcHLo 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 Sa n Francisco, California 94102 



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Room 154-A City Hal! 

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A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS mmnm 

+ CbeJU. Wednesday; July 19, 1989 documents dept. 

"V 5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL JUL 181989 

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HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Frederick Allardyce requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-106 . 
Hearing June 28, 1989. The appellant had protested the issuance of a Dancehall 
Keeper permit at 1800 Montgomery Street, dba "Bentley's Restaurant/Bar." Upon motion 
of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 3 - 2 to uphold the Department and grant 
the permit. 



ITEM B : Letter from Philip J. Siggins, Esq., on behalf of appellant Thomas Moore, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-089 . Hearing June 28, 1989. The appellant 
had protested the Zoning Administrator's Order to Cease Violation of the Planning 
Code for property located at 545 Burnett Avenue. Upon motion of Vice President 
Makras, the Board voted 5 - to uphold the Zoning Administrator's Order. 



ITEM C : Letter from Bradley D. Heinz requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-103 . 
Hearing June 28, 1989. The appellant, Mr. Heinz, protested the issuance on May 
4, 1989, to R & D Capital, permit to alter a building at 3741 Buchanan Street. 
Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 3 - 2 to uphold the Department 
and grant the permit. President Marks and Commissioner Melbostad dissented. 



ITEM D : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 87-302 . Hearing June 21, 1989. The appellants had appealed the Zoning 
Adminstrator's denial of permit to operate outdoor seating for a restaurant at 92 
Judah Street. (Joky's Place.) Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board 
voted 5 - to uphold the Zoning Administrator's Order and deny the permit subject 
to conditions. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 89-080 

ERNESTO J. PULETTI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [November 1, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Steven Byers, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[at 352 San Marcos Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8718038. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (6/7) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-073 



ANDREAS VON FOERSTER, Appellant 
vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination by the 
[Zoning Administrator 
[on March 28, 1989, 
[that the proposal 
[does not conform to 
[Planning Code Section 
[132 (b) & Residential 
[Design Guidelines at 
[128 Montcalm Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902465. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(5/22) 



APPEAL NO. 89-128 



PAGO PRINTING, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on June 14, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[423m - 26th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8905573, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/24) 



JOHNNY UGAY, JR., Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-130 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on June 9, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[1676 Fulton Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8909982 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/25) 



TODD MAERWITZ, Appellant 



APPEAL NO. 89-133 



vs. 



DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on June 22, 1989, for 
[work done at 430-432 
[Connecticut Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8909989 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/1) 



APPEAL NO. 89-135 



VINCENT CORCUCHIA, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty imposed on 
[June 27, 1989, for work 
[done at 110 Lyon Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8911216 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/6) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-137 

PHILIP WAGNER, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

) vs. [on June 27, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[2817 Pine Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909482. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/6) 



APPEAL NO. 89-129 

PHILIP BELLBER & CAROLYN BLAIR, [Denial on May 30, 1989, 

l) vs. Appellants [of request for placing 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [tables & chairs in front 

ISCOTT DISAPPROVAL [of "Spaghetti Western" 



[at 576 Haight Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/24) 



Items 11A and 11B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-116 

STANLEY DINTCHO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

\\) vs. [May 19, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mike Feldman, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 2240 Union Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8714225. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/11) 



APPEAL NO. 89-118 

GORDON & MARY TOM, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

11) vs. [May 19, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mike Feldman, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 2240 Union Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8710794, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 






APPEAL NO. 89-066 

B. F. HERMAN III, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

l; vs. [December 21, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Eugene Gill is, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[1246 Sacramento Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8808885. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (5/6) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-117 

WILLIAM & ROSA FRITH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

3) vs. [May 19, 1989, to Jeffrey 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Maso and Beverly Langer, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a 

[Building at 674-29th St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8800906. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/12) 



APPEAL NO. 89-134 

FERN DASTREVIGNE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [June 9, 1989, to Robert 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Carr & Andrea Lopinto, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 725 Euclid Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904742. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/2) 



APPEAL NO. 89-136 

THOMAS S. & SUE V. MULLIKIN, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [June 16, 1989, to Sue 

1) vs. [San Lee Fong, permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [333 Christopher Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8820519. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/6) 



APPEAL NO. V89-096 

STEVE E. DROLAPAS, Appellant ' [Denial on May 5, 1989, of 

1) vs. [Rear Yard and Obstructions 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Over Street/Alley Variances 

[Sought for property at 

[2109 - 41st Avenue. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.640V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/24) 



• 



APPEAL NO. V89-131 

M.F. & L.L. VIRJEE, Appellants [Denial on June 12, 1989, of 

vs. [Off-Street Parking, Rear 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Yard and Exposure of A 

[Dwelling Unit Variances 
[Sought for property located 
[at 229 Corbett Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.747V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/30) 



H Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other- principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) ~54-6?20 San Francisco, California 94102 






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* % WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 2, 1989 documents dept. 

n Z l^ 5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL AUG i ms 

°'»R|JO ' JRDARV 

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Harry Barlow requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-120 . Hearing 
July 12, 1989. The appellant had protested the issuance to Kirk Leonard Moon, permit 
to alter a building at 1642 - 16th Avenue. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, 
the Board voted 3 - 2 to overrule the department. Vice President Makras and 
Commissioner Prior dissented. The department was upheld and the permit granted. 



ITEM B : Letter from Pamela S. Duffy, Esq., on behalf of the Gurdjieff Foundation, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-107 . Hearing June 21, 1989. Findings of 
fact adopted July 12, 1989. The appellants had protested the Zoning Administrator's 
determination dated May 9, 1989, that the Gurdjieff Foundation was in compliance 
with the City Planning Code at 85 Saint Elmo Way. Upon motion of Commissioner House, 
the Board voted 5 - to overrule the Zoning Administrator's determination that 
the Gurdjieff Foundation was in compliance with the City Planning Code at 85 Saint 
Elmo Way. 



ITEM C : Letter from Anne Margaret Tower requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-126 . 
Hearing July 12, 1989. The appellant had protested the issuance of permit to erect 
a 6-unit residential building at 734-14th Street. Upon motion of Vice President 
Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and grant the permit. 



CORRESPONDENCE FOR DISCUSSION : 

ITEM D : Letter from Carolyn and Kirsti Aho regarding construction of garage at 
4660 - 25th Street. Discussion of this matter continued from hearing of June 28, 
1989. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 89-122 

JOE LING JUNG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [May 23, 1989, to Peter 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [& Mary Fung, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 

[1449 Leavenworth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907747. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (7/17) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-147 

VIRGILIO D. CAPATI, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on July 3, 1989, 

[for work done at 
[585 Anderson Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8908014 
[FOR HEARING TODAY (8/19) 



APPEAL NO. 89-148 

EDWARD W. KAENEL, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on June 28, 1989, 

[for work done at 
[337 Capp Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8911343 
[FOR HEARING TODAY (8/19) 



APPEAL NO. 89-110 

HANS REIMAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

[) vs. [on May 25, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[634 Shotwell Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909117. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (7/5) 



APPEAL NO. 89-143 

STERGOIS PAPADOPOULOS, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on July 5, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[2582 - 19th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8903898. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/14) 



APPEAL NO. 89-119 

SHAIKH & FATIMA USMAN, Appellants [Denial on June 5, 

vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building 

[at 166 Turk Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904434. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/15) 



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Items 9A and 9B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 89-138 



SUZANNE WALLACE, Appellant 
\) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 19, 1989, to Rettke 
[Construction, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[154 Gates Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712591, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/7) 



APPEAL NO. 89-140 



SUZANNE WALLACE, Appellant 
:) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 19, 1989, Rettke 
[Construction, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[154 Gates Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712592. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/9) 



APPEAL NO. 89-139 



) 



FRANK YEE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 20, 1989, to 
[Lino D'Silva, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 1914 Clement Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 88158115 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/8) 



APPEAL NO. 89-141 



NORMAN C. STONE, Appellant 
I) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[June 16, 1989, to 
[Donna Garolla, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2320-2322 Broadway St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8816719. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/9) 



APPEAL NO. 89-142 



KONRAD & MARGO BORS, Appellant 
1 1 vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 28, 1989, to 
[Richard Fiore, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[779 Carolina Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904260. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/14) 



APPEAL NO. 89-144 



MR. SUE M. JEW, Appellant 
l: vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 21, 1989, to 
[Morgan Montague, permit 
[Alter a Building at 
[60 Clifford Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 890073. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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(8/15) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-145 

JERRY F. SCHIMMEL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

\) vs. [June 23, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Jeremias Zeuli, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[61 Prentiss Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8701259. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/16) 



APPEAL NO. 89-146 



SHIRLEY MARTINEZ, Appellant [Protesting issuance 

) vs. [June 26, 1989, to 



on 



DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Martin Ryan, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[474 Joost Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8602097 
[FOR HEARING TODAY (8/19) 



APPEAL NO. 89-158 

DARYL L. SEIFERT, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [June 30, 1989, to S. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Ayanian & L. Filian, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a 

[Building at 1142 - 

[1144 Mariposa Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8908740. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/23) 



APPEAL NO. V89-132 

LEONARD GAGE, Appellant [Denial on June 12, 1989 

1) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Sought for property 

[located at 610 Oak St. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.036V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/2) 



II Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94152 




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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Ben Herman requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-066 . Hearing 
July 19, 1989. The appellant had protested the issuance of permit to alter a 
building at 1246 Sacramento Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board 
voted 3-2 to uphold the Department and grant the permit. Commissioners Prior and 
House dissented. 



ITEM B : Letter from Philip L. Wagner requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-137 . 
Hearing July 19, 1989. Appellant had protested the imposition of penalty for work 
done at 2817 Pine Street. Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 4-1 
to uphold the Department. Commissioner Prior dissented. 



ITEM C : Letter from Jeffrey B. Maso requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-117 . 
Hearing July 19, 1989. The appellants, William and Rosa Frith, had protested the 
issuance to Jeffrey Maso and Beverly Langer of permit to alter a building at 674-29th 
Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 4-1 to uphold the 
Department and grant the permit subject to conditions. 

Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-080 

ERNESTO J. PULETTI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [November 1, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Steven Byers, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[at 352 San Marcos Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8718038. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (6/7) 



APPEAL NO. 89-139 

FRANK YEE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 20, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Lino D'Silva, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 1914 Clement Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 88158115. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (8/8) 



APPEAL NO. 89-150 

HANG. T. TRAN, Appellant [Denial on July 6, 1989, 

) vs# [of Masseuse Permit at 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [1172 Sutter Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/20) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-153 

MANDY TUBBS, Appellant [Suspension on June 28, 

vs. [1989, of Massage 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Establishment Permit 

[at 461 Sutter Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/21) 



APPEAL NO. 89-155 

WONG ELECTRIC, INC., Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on July 14, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[625 - 2nd Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/23) 



APPEAL NO. 89-151 

GINA E. SOLIS, Appellant [Denial on July 10, 

vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [235-239 Pixley St. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/20) 



APPEAL NO. 89-152 

KATHLEEN K. RAWLINGS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 27, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Leslie Natal i, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 32 States Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8811775. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/21) 



APPEAL NO. 89-154 

MS. FERRIS CRANE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 28, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Raymond and Patricia 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Rochon, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 
[3733 Clay Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/21) 



APPEAL NO. 89-157 

ROBERT G. NELSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [June 29, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [David Fong, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

»[at 125 Robinhood Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8812803. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/23) 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



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ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415} 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

FO R ADOPTION OF FINDINGS ONLY : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 89-158 . Public hearing held August 2, 1989. Upon motion of 
Vice President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department subject 
to conditions and grant the permit for 1142-1144 Mariposa Street. 



ITEM B : Appeal Nos. 88-156 through 88-160 ; and V89-005 . Public hearing held 
June 7, 1989. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 5 - to 
overrule the Zoning Administrator and, subject to conditions, to reinstate the five 
permits for 3702, 3712, 3722 Ulloa Street, 2987-38th Avenue and grant the variance. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 89-073 

ANDREAS VON FOERSTER, Appellant [Determination by the 

vs. [Zoning Administrator 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [on March 28, 1989, 

[that the proposal 
[does not conform to 
[Planning Code Section 
[132 (b) & Residential 
[Design Guidelines at 
[128 Montcalm Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902465. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (5/22) 



APPEAL NO. 89-122 



JOE LING JUNG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

\) vs. [May 23, 1989, to Peter 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [& Mary Fung, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 

[1449 Leavenworth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907747. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (7/17) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-080 



ERNESTO J. PULETTI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 1, 1988, to 
[Steven Byers, permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[at 352 San Marcos Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8718038. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY 



(6/7) 



APPEAL NO. 89-124 



KAI-MIN JEN & JACK 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



TSENG, 
Appellants 



[Denial on June 2, 
[1989, of permit for a 
[Massage Establishment, 
[dba "Fantasy Massage" 
[at 960 Harrison Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7/18) 



APPEAL NO. 89-153 



MANDY TUBBS, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Suspension on 


June 28, 


[1989, 


of 


Massage 


[Establ 


ishment 


Permit 


[at 461 


Sutter 


Street. 


[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/21) 



APPEAL NO. 89-161 



DONALD D. MCCRUM, 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, 



Appellant 
Respondent 



[Denial on July 6, 
[1989, of Tow Car 
[Operator permit at 
[359 Potrero Avenue. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/27) 



APPEAL NO. 89-159 



WILLIAM VERSACI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on July 17, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[2950-52 Pine Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907637 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/26) 



APPEAL NO. 89-162 



o; 



ROGER GEOFFROY, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on July 18, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[2006 - 22nd Street. 
[APPLICATION NOS. 
[8908269 & 8909087. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/29) 



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APPEAL NO. 88-219 

JAMES L. GATTEN, Appellant [Denial on August 16, 

vs. [1988, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [1975 - 8th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8808193. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/25) 



APPEAL NO. 89-164 

BEATRIZ & FERNANDO NAVARRETE, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [July 5, 1989, to 

vs. [Mr. Bykin, permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1355 - 27th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8807480. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/27) 



APPEAL NO. 89-165 

LUBA TROYANOVSKY, Appellant [Protesting condition 

vs. [imposed on July 7, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1989, by DAHI requiring 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [fireproof materials 

[or sprinklers at 

[248-252 - 8th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8816170. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/30) 



APPEAL NO. 89-169 

B. F. HERMAN, III, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [July 12, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Gene Gill is, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[1246 Sacramento St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8910863. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/5) 



APPEAL NO. V89-096 

STEVE E. DROLAPAS, Appellant [Denial on May 5, 1989, 

5] vs. [of Rear Yard and 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Obstructions Over St./ 

[Alley Variances Sought 
[for property located 
[at 2109 - 41st Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.640V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (6/24) 



6)Public Conment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 




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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Thomas Steel, Esq. on behalf of Hang T. Tran requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 89-150 . Hearing August 9, 1989. The appellant had protested 
the denial of masseuse permit at 1172 Sutter Street. Upon motion of Commissioner 
House, the Board voted 3-1 to overrule the department (Vice President Makras 
dissented). Four votes needed to overrule the department, therefore the department 
is upheld and the permit denied. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-153 



MANDY TUBBS, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Suspension on June 28, 
[1989, of Massage 
[Establishment Permit 
[at 461 Sutter Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/21) 



APPEAL NO. 89-166 



SHELBA AND JOHN KETCHUM, dba 
CHICAGO HOT DOGS, Appellant 
vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Denial on April 29, 1989, 
[of permit for Mechanical 
[Amusement Devices at 
[3227 - 16th Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/1) 



KEITH KRUMBACH, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-163 



"[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on July 7, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[2401 Turk Boulevard. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904977 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8/30) 



APPEAL NO. 89-170 



LYLE FREDRICKSON, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on July 28, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[193 Corbett Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8912435, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/6) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 30, 1989 PAGE TWO 

APPEAL NO. 89-173 

DONA CANDELA, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on July 21, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[722 Wisconsin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909618. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/10) 

APPEAL NO. 89-168 

MICHAEL O'BRIEN, Appellant [Denial on July 10, 

vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Erect a Structure 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [at 901 Texas Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8905305. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/27) 



APPEAL NO. 89-177 

CHANG H. LEE, Appellant [Denial on August 9, 

vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

[20 Camp Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8906654. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/13) 



APPEAL NO. 89-007 

GREATER-WEST PORTAL NEIGHBORHOOD [Protesting issuance on 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [January 4, 1989, to 

) vs. [Barry Kane, permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Demolish a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [14 Edgehill Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8718138. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (3/1) 



.) 



APPEAL NO. 89-167 

JULIAN B. DENEBEIM, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [July 14, 1989, to Edmund 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Nora Chiu, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[542 - 24th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8717352. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/26 



APPEAL NO. 89-171 

CAROL OCHLAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [July 21, 1989, to L. Kam 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Lee & Cathryn Lee, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[511 Lawton Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 89022852. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/6) 



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) 



SARA M. ANDERSON, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-178 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 26, 1989, to 
[Ena Kwok, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1915 - 32nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808184. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items 14A through 14C shall be heard together. 



APPEAL NO. 89-183 



THE NEW BAYVIEW COMMITTEE, 

Appellant 
LA) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 28, 1989, to General 
[Brewing Company, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 2601 Newhall Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904272. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-184 



(THE NEW BAYVIEW COMMITTEE, 
Appellant 
LB) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 28, 1989, to General 
[Brewing Company, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 2601 Newhall Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904273. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-183 



THE NEW BAYVIEW COMMITTEE, 

Appellant 
1C) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 28, 1989, to General 
[Brewing Company, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 2601 Newhall Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904274. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V89-179 



JERRY WINBERG & WILLIAM FINLEY, 

Appellants 
1) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Denial on August 2, 1989, 
[of Off-Street Parking, 
[Rear Yard and Exposure of 
[a Dwelling Unit variances 
[sought for property located 
[at 149 Corbett Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.757V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/i8; 



1) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94182 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Jerry Klein on behalf of appellants Kai-Min Jen and Jack Tseng 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-124 . Hearing August 23, 1989. The appellants 
had protested the denial of permit for a massage establishment at 960 Harrison 
Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 2-2 to overrule the 
department and grant the permit (Marks and Prior dissented). Four votes needed 
to overrule the department the order is upheld and the permit denied. Commissioner 
Melbostad was absent from the meeting. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 

APPEAL NO. 86-210 

ILYAS ABSAR, Appellant [Denial on July 28, 

) vs. [1986, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [114-116 Clarendon Ave. ■ 

[REMANDED BY SUPERIOR 
[COURT NO. 870-921. 



APPEAL NO. 89-122 

JOE LING JUNG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [May 23, 1989, to Peter 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Mary Fung, permit 

[to Alter a Building at 

[1449 Leavenworth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907747. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (7/17) 



APPEAL NO. V89-132 

LEONARD GAGE, Appellant l_Denial on June 12, 1989, 

vs. [of Rear Yard Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Sought for property 

[located at 610 Oak Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.036V. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (8/2) 



APPEAL NO. 89-139 

FRANK YEE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

5] vs. [June 20, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Lino D'Silva, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 1914 Clement Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 88158115. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (8/8) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1989 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 89-146 



SHIRLEY MARTINEZ, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 6, 1989, to 
[Martin Ryan, permit to 
[Erect a Structure 
[at 474 Joost Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8602097 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY 



(8/19) 



Items 8A through 8C shall be heard together. 



APPEAL NO. 89-183 



THE NEW BAYVIEW COMMITTEE, 

Appellant 
vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 28, 1989, to General 
[Brewing Company, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 2601 Newhall Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904272. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(9/23) 



APPEAL NO. 89-184 



THE NEW BAYVIEW COMMITTEE, 

Appellant 
vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 28, 1989, to General 
[Brewing Company, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 2601 Newhall Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904273. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



(9/23) 



APPEAL NO. 89-185 



THE NEW BAYVIEW COMMITTEE, 

Appellant 
vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 






[Protesting issuance on 
[July 28, 1989, to General 
[Brewing Company, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 2601 Newhall Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904274. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(9/23) 



GREATER WEST PORTAL NEIGHBORHOOD 
ASSOCIATION, Appellant 




APPEAL NO. 89-007 



ORKS, Respondent 
NG APPROVAL 



TO C^C ff C/uUA, 



[Protesting 
[January/ 4 
[Barry 
[Demol 
[14 



issuance 
1989, 




8718138 



(3/1) 



BLACKSTONE COURT ASSOCIATION, 
0, vs. Appellant 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-174 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 17, 1989, to George 
[Bovone and Al Giannini, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 1555 Lombard Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8800816. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/10) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 89-175 



LOIS MITCHELL & MARY NICHOLS, 
L) vs. Appellant 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 21, 1989, to 
[Lloyd Lindbeck, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[at 5-7 Castro Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8815137 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/11) 



APPEAL NO. 89-192 



ANZAVISTA CIVIC & IMPROVEMENT CLUB, 

vs. Appellant 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 3, 1989, to 
[Kaiser Permanete Medical 
[Center, permit to 
[Demolish a Building at 
[2140 O'Farrell Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907934. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/27) 



APPEAL NO. V89-176 



LARRY COFFEY, Appellant 
) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 25, 1989, of Rear 
[Yard and Usable Open 
[Space Variances Sought, . 
[for property located at 
[22 Aladdin Terrace. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.787V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/13) 



I) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each person 



nnnDLKQ ur mc dubku ur rtKnn HrrLMLa 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hal! 

San Francisco, CA 94102 




CITY>fBRARIAN 
Public Library 



f MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1989 
5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL DOCUMENTS DEKc 



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SAN jFRANCJi*wO 

) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Philip Li requesting the Board take jurisdiction over penalty 
assessed by Bureau of Building Inspection June 12, 1989, for work done at 2511-16th 
Avenue. 

Penalty assessed June 12, 1989 

Appeal period ended June 27, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received September 6, 1989 



ITEM B : Letter from Grant Tower III, Esq., requesting the Board to take jurisdiction 
over permit issued for structural addition at 1050 Chestnut Street. 

Permit issued February 14, 1989 

Appeal period ended March 1, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received September 7, 1989 



REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 



ttfm r- iPtter from Thomas Steel, Esq. on behalf of Mandy Tubbs, requesting rehearing 
iriSeal lo 89 -153. Hearing Augu'st 30, 1989. The appellant had protested the 
suspension of %k^e Establishment permit at 461 Bush Street Upon motion of 
S oner -House the Board voted 3-2 to uphold the Department's order (President 
^^LJ^^i\^MhosM dissented). The Department's order of suspension 

was upheld. 
I) Public Cororcnt: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 88-255 

ii ^n"Denial on September 16, 

BINGW. CH0Y, Appellant L^a ^ ^^ ^ 

vs * ~ TAlter a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent rzn- 7th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8615315. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (11/ 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1989 PAGE TWO 



WILLIAM A. SOMMERS, Appellant 
I) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-187 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 3, 1989, to 
[Gary L. Wakefield, permit 
[to Operate a Second Hand 
[Dealer-Auto Accessories 
[Business located at 
[928 Toland Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/26) 



APPEAL NO. 89-189 



YEN B. MILLER, Appellant 
>) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Denial on August 3, 1989, 
[of a Masseuse Trainee 
[Permit at 585 Eddy Street, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/26) 



APPEAL NO. 89-181 



LINDA CLARK, Appellant 
i) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on August 8, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[244 Missouri Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8903365. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/190 



APPEAL NO. 89-186 



TIM LEEFELDT, Appellant 
') vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on August 17, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[760 Clayton Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8912554 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/26: 



APPEAL NO. 89-188 



ANTONIOS KOUTSAKIS, Appellant 
*) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on August 11, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[2204 Bryant Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8906162 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/26 



APPEAL NO. V89-182 



KIN LAM & KAM/HIK YEE, Appel^nts 
/vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



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(9/23 



.0) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD UF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94162 




'iRARIAN 
.iorary 



} P MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS docume nts d ept . 

1*U* WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER i\. 1989 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL URUc ' '"»**- 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Grant Tower III, Esq., requesting the Board to take jurisdiction 
over permit issued for structural addition at 1050 Chestnut Street. 

Permit issued March 14, 1989 

Appeal period ended March 1, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received September 7, 1989 

This matter was continued from the meeting of September 20, 1989. Purpose of 

continuance was: (1) To ascertain if deck was built according to Code and (2) To 

establish that the notification of the permit issuance was sent to the proper 
address. 



ITEM B : Letter from Gilbert Eisenberg, Esq., on behalf of Suwatana Barnby requesting 
the Board take jurisdiction over denial of Masseuse Trainee permit. 

Permit denied July 21, 1989 

Appeal period ended August 7, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received September 18, 1989 



ITEM C : Letter from Jimmie Smith and Alice Broom on behalf of Mrs. Maggie Dow 
requesting Board to take jurisdiction over permit issued for new construction at 
1457 Quesada Street. 

Permit issued June 22, 1989 

Appeal period ended July 7, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received September 15, 1989 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM D : Letter from Alice Suet Yee Barkley, Esq., requesting rehearing of Appeal 
No. 89-174 . The appellant, the Blackstone Court Association, had protested the 
issuance of permit to erect a structure at 1555 Lombard Street. Meeting 
September 13, 1989. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to 
overrule the Department and deny the permit. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER i\, 1989 PAGE TWO 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : (Continued) 

ITEM E : Letter from Margaret A. Verges requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-192 . 
Hearing September 13, 1989. The appellant had protested the issuance to Kaiser 
Permanente Medical Center, permit to demolish a building at 2140 O'Farrell Street. 
Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the Department 
and grant the permit. 



ITEM F : Letter from Jeff L. Strobel , Esq., on behalf of Shirley Martinez requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 89-146 . Hearing September 13, 1989. Appellant had protested 
the issuance of permit to erect a structure at 474 Joost Avenue. Upon motion of 
Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the Department on condition that 
the revised plans submitted at the September 13, 1989, hearing be substituted for 
the original plans. 



ITEM G : Letter from David E. Russo, Esq., on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Fung requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 89-122 . Hearing September 13, 1989. The Fungs had been 
issued a permit to alter a building at 1449 Leavenworth Street. Upon motion of 
Commissioner Prior, the Board 4-1 to overrule the Department and deny the permit. 
President Marks dissented. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-150 



HANG. T. TRAN, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Denial on July 6, 1989, 
[of Masseuse Permit at 
[1172 Sutter Street. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(8/20) 



APPEAL NO. 89-197 



JOHN C. LAKE, Appellant 

vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on August 31, 
[1989, of permit to 
[operate Taxi Cab. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/15; 



APPEAL NO. 89-193 



PETER LEWANDOWSKI, Appellant 



vs 



DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on August 21, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[3865-3867 - 21st Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8901943 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9/30) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-194 

MAN HOY LIU, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on August 8, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[182 Precita Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909713. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/30) 



APPEAL NO. 89-195 

TED JOHNSON, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

vs. [of Penalty imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on August 18, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[3773 Market Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8912207. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/2) 



APPEAL NO. 89-196 

EDGAR GOMEZ, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on August 28, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1076-1078 Capp Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8912619. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/9) 



APPEAL NO. 89-200 

JULIE YANG LEE, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on September 8, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1030 Irving Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907443. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/18 



APPEAL NO. 89-190 

VIVIAN T. GOODWIN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [August 3, 1989, to 

CITY PLANNING COMMISSION, [Ernest J. McNabb, of 

Respondent [Coastal Dev. permit to 

[Erect a Structure at 
[801 - 47th Avenue for a 
[3-unit residential bldg. 
[COASTAL DEV. APPLICATION 
[NO. 89.258P. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/26) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-191 

TOM PANELLI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

1) vs. [August 3, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Just Desserts, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[3735 Buchanan Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8900320. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/27) 



APPEAL NO. 89-198 

ANDY & KRIS WISKES, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

!) vs. [August 18, 1989, to Anna 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Bruce Meyer, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[21 Wright Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8903103. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/15 



APPEAL NO. V89-160 

ROBERT TIBBITS, Appellant [Denial on July 6, 1989, 

I) vs. [of Off-Street Parking, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Rear Yard and Exposure 

[of a Dwelling Unit 
[Variances sought for 
[property located at 
[386-388 Chestnut Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.096V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (8/26) 



APPEAL NO. V89-199 

ROBERT L. MC CURN, Appellant [Denial on August 25, 1989, 

) vs. [of Rear Yard, Usable Open 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Space and Exposure of a 

[Dwelling Unit Variances 
[Sought, for property located 
[at 1111 Plymouth Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.088V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/15; 



) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 







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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS OF FACT: 

ITEM A: APPEAL NO. 89-192 . Hearing September 13, 1989. Upon motion of 
Commissioner House, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the Department and grant the permit 
for Kaiser Hospital to demolish a building at 2140 O'Farrell Street. 



ITEM B: APPEAL NO. 89-174 . Hearing September 13, 1989. Upon motion of Vice 

President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the Department and deny the permit 

to erect a structure at 1555 Lombard Street, in the Blackstone Court Historic 

District. The appellant was the Blackstone Court Association. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

ITEM C: Letter from Jimmie Smith and Alice Broom on behalf of Mrs. Maggie Dow 
requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over permit issued for new construction 
at 1457 Quesada Street. 

Permit issued June 22, 1989 

Appeal period ended July 7, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received September 15, 1989 

This matter continued from meeting of October 4, 1989, for further consideration. 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM D : Letter from Larry Coffey requesting rehearing of Appeal No. V89-176 . 
Hearing September 13, 1989. Appellant had protested the granting of a variance 
for property at 22 Aladdin Terrace. Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board 
voted 2-3 to uphold the Department and grant the variance. (President Marks, Vice 
President Makras and Commissioner Melbostad dissented.) Four votes being necessary 
to overrule a department, the variance decision is upheld. 



ITEM E: Letter from Alice Suet Yee Barkley, Esq., on behalf of the permit holders, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-174 . 



ITEM F: Letter from Margaret A. Verges requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-192 . 
Hearing September 13, 1989. The appellant had protested the issuance to Kaiser 
Permanente Medical Center, permit to demolish a building at 2140 O'Farrell Street. 
Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the Department 
and grant the permit. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 11, 1989 PAGE TWO 



) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. V89-132 



LEONARD GAGE, Appellant 
) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



LDenial on June 12, 1989, 
[of Rear Yard Variance 
[Sought for property 
[located at 610 Oak Street, 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.036V, 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(3/2) 



APPEAL NO. 89-202 



GARRY BELENKY, Appellant 
) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on August 29, 
[1989, of Driver Public 
[Vehicle permit, dba 
[Allied Cab Company at 
[1200 Minnesota Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/21 



APPEAL NO. 89-201 



NANE SCHLOTTHAUER, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on September 7, 1989, . 
[for work done at 
|_ 1649 Greenwich Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8908920 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/18 



APPEAL NO. 89-205 



HERMAN GALANT, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on September 11, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[35 Castle Manor Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810122 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/24 



APPEAL NO. 89-207 



MARK CRAIG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty 
[on September 20, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[1316 Page Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8916628 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/30 



APPEAL NO. 89-206 



HAROLD JOW, Appellant 
I vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on September 1, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Erect a Structure 
[at 312 - 4th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717902 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/2*3 



MEETING UF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 11, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 89-209 

NATIVIDAD KORDZIEL, Appellant [Denial on September 22, 

9) vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL L 949 Brussels Street. 



[APPLICATION NO. 8908909. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/1 



APPEAL NO. 89-210 

STEPHEN ADAMY, Appellant [Denial on September 27, 

10) vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [5420-22 Fulton Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909496. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/6 



APPEAL NO. 89-208 

BURTON H. ALBERTS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

11) vs. L September 8, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Ron Neuman, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[70 Edgehill Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8802128. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/3 



12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF' THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7). min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 -San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hail 

San Francisco, CA 94102 




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) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Julie Yang Lee requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-200 . 
Hearing October 4, 1989. The appellant had protested the imposition of penalty 
for work done at 1030 Irving Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the 
Board voted 5-0 to uphold the department and sustain the penalty. The appellant 
did not appear nor was she represented at the hearing. 



ITEM B : Letter from Stephen Adamy requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-210 . 
Hearing October 11, 1989. The appellant had requested the denial of permit to alter 
a building at 5420-22 Fulton Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the 
Board voted 3-1 to overrule the Department. Four votes needed to overrule the 
department, the order is upheld and the permit denied. President Marks dissented. 
Commissioner Prior was absent. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM C: Letter from Charles A. Slaton requesting Board to take jurisdiction over 
permit issued for renovation of property at 61 Moss Street. 

Permit issued August 8, 1989 

Appeal period ended August 23, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received October 5, 1989 



I) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-124 

KAI-MIN JEN & JACK TSENG, [Denial on June 2, 

}) vs. Appellants [1989, of permit for a 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Massage Establishment, 

Respondent [dba "Fantasy Massage" 

[at 960 Harrison Street, 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. V89-132 

LEONARD GAGE, Appellant [Denial on June 12, 1989, 

4) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Sought for property 

[located at 610 Oak Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.036V. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (8/2) 



APPEAL NO. V89-199 

ROBERT L. MC CURN, Appellant [Denial on August 25, 1989, 

5) vs. [of Rear Yard, Usable Open 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Space and Exposure of a 

[Dwelling Unit Variances 
[Sought, for property located 
[at 1111 Plymouth Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.088V. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (10/15; 



APPEAL NO. 89-197 

JOHN C. LAKE, Appellant [Revocation on August 31, 

6) vs. [1989, of permit to 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [operate Taxi Cab. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/15 



APPEAL NO. 89-211 

THUY-PHUONG THI DOAN, Appellant [Denial on September 20, 

7) vs. [1989, of permit to 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [operate as a masseuse at 

[at 1020 Geary Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/8) 



APPEAL NO. 89-216 

EVAN WHITE, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

8) vs. [on September 26, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[873-75-77 Vallejo Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8914652. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/13 



APPEAL NO. 89-119 

SHAIKH & FATIMA USMAN, Appellants [Denial on June 5, 

3) vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building 

[at 166 Turk Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904434. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/15) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 25, 1989 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 89-217 



TOM MC GEE, Appellant 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on September 27, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[3004 Sacramento Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917233 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/13) 



APPEAL NO. 89-212 



ELIZABETH LIPPITT, Appellant 
11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[September 20, 1989, to 
[Mr. /Mrs. Hartati Murdaya, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2418 Pacific Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8903977. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/8) 



Items 12A and 12B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 89-213 



T. C. DURKIN, Appellant 
12A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 19, 1989, to 
[Pennisi Muriel Life 
[Estate, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1771 - 17th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810940. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/11 



APPEAL NO. 89-214 



JOHN C. VOLZ & MARTHA S. PATTON, 
12B) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 19, 1989, to 
[Pennisi Muriel Life 
[Estate, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1771 - 17th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810940 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/12 



APPEAL NO. 89-215 



DONNA B. LEVITT, Appellant 
13) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 21, 1989, to 
[Mile Rock Brewery, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[316 - 11th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810940. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/12 



14) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTE'S 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



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() MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 






REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Mr. Chan Tu Loi requesting the Board take jurisdiction over 
Health permit application for restaurant at 2228 Irving Street. 



Permit issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



October 6, 1989 
October 21, 1989 
October 25, 1989 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS OF FACT : 

ITEM B : Appeal No. 89-160. Hearing October 4, 1989. Upon motion of Commissioner 
Melbostad, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the Zoning Administrator and grant the 
variances subject to a condition. 



2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 89-197 



JOHN C. LAKE, Appellant 
3) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Revocation on August 31, 
[1989, of Driver Public 
[Vehicle permit dba 
["Veteran's Cab Company" 
[at 1501 Harrison Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/15 



APPEAL NO. 89-211 



THUY-PHUONG THI DOAN, Appellant 
4) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Denial on September 20, 
[1989, of masseuse permit 
[dba "Sophia's Spa" at 
[1020 Geary Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/8) 



DOROTHY I. CHAO, Appellant 
>) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-219 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on October 6, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[3173 - 21st Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8912832, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL WO. 89-223 

GREGORY LI, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

3) vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on October 11, 1989, 

[for work done at 
[2841 Sacramento Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8903827. , 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/22) 



APPEAL NO. 89-221 

CLYDE STEINER, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

') vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on October 16, 1989, 

[for work done at 

[3355-57-59 - 21st St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8917465. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/22) 



APPEAL NO. 89-220 

HARLAN HOFFMAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [October 6, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Clyde Steiner, permit " 

[to Alter a Building at 
[3355-57-59 - 21st St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917465. , 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/21' 



APPEAL NO. 89-208 

BURTON H. ALBERTS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

ii) vs. [September 8, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Ron Neuman, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Erect a Structure at 

[70 Edgehill Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8802128. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/30 



APPEAL NO. 89-222 

ROSE O'KEEFE & DAVID BIRNBAUM, [Protesting issuance on 

0) vs. Appellants [September 28, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Chik & Susan Wong, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[2006 - 30th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8819259. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/2; 



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APPEAL NO. 89-224 

LAMBERT YAM & RUBY YANG, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

11) vs. [October 10, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Febe Portillo, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 58 Manchester Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8910646. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-226 

JEFFREY & DARICE O'NEILL, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

12) vs. [October 4, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Richard Woods, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[301 El Camino Del Mar. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8911966. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/28 



APPEAL NO. 89-228 

GEORGE & DOROTHY KWAN, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

13) vs. [October 10, 1989, to Wha 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Gon and Linda Ko, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[716 - 26th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8712554. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/29 



APPEAL NO. 89-204 

PATTY SHIMEK, Appellant [Order to Cease Violation 

14) vs. [of the Planning Code 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [dated August 29, 1989, 

[for property located at 

[1064-V Oak Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8806973. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (10/23 



15) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OFTHE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7). min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal arxl shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 



REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Ricardo Alva requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over 
revocation of Bingo permit for the Mission Language and Vocational School located 
at 2929-19th Street. The permittee failed to pay the permit fee. 



Permit revoked 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



October 17, 1989 
November 1, 1989 
November 3, 1989 



ITEM B : Letter from Carol S. Dietrich requesting the Board to take jurisdiction 
over permit issued for alterations at 370-372 Lombard Street. 



Permit issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction received 



October 16, 1989 
October 31, 1989 
November 3, 1989 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS OF FACT : 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 89-160 . Hearing November 1, 1989. Upon motion of President 
Marks, the Board voted 4-1 to overrule the department and grant the permit. 
Commissioner Prior dissented. 



I) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



KAI-MIN JEN & JACK TSENG, 
( ) vs. Appellants 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-124 



[Denial on June 2, 
[1989, of permit for a 
[Massage Establishment, 
[dba "Fantasy Massage" 
[at 960 Harrison Street, 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



(7/18) 



GARRY BELENKY, Appellant 
() vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-202 



[Revocation on August 29, 
[1989, of Driver Public 
[Vehicle permit, dba 
[Allied Cab Company at 
[1200 Minnesota Street. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY, 



(10/21) 



"TING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 15, 1989 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 89-218 

N ABAD, dba "CHARLIE'S DELI VAN", [Revocation on September 20, 

vs. Appellant [1989, of permit to operate 

LICE DEPARTMENT, [as a Mobile Caterer at 

Respondent [271 Cotter Street, dba 

["Charlie's Deli Van". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/14) 



APPEAL NO. 89-139 

RANK YEE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 20, 1989, to 

)EPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Lino D'Silva, permit 

:iTY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 1914 Clement Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 88158115. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (8/8) 



APPEAL NO. 89-200 

JULIE YANG LEE, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

vs. [on September 8, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1030 Irving Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907443. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (10/18)- 



APPEAL NO. 89-210 

STEPHEN ADAMY, Appellant [Denial on September 27, 

vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [5420-22 Fulton Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909496. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. (11/6) 



APPEAL NO. 89-226 

JEFFREY & DARICE O'NEILL, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

) vs. [October 4, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Richard Woods, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[301 El Camino Del Mar. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8911966. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (11/28$ 



APPEAL NO. 89-212 

ELIZABETH LIPPITT, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

0) vs. [September 20, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mr. /Mrs. Hartati Murdaya, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 2418 Pacific Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8903977. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/8) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-227 



KURT & LILLYANE RIETMANN, Appellants 
11) vs. 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing condition limiting 
[operating hours of a bar/ 
[restaurant at 4207 Judah St. 
[dba "The Reef", imposed on 
[October 6, 1989, by City 
[Planning on Dept. of Public 
[Health permit to Operate 
[Food Preparation & Service 
[Establishment issued to 
[Kurt and Lillyane Rietmann. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/28) 



APPEAL NO. 89-225 



GEORGE F. HAUSER, Appellant 
.2) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on October 19, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[313 Eureka Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8918516 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/28| 



APPEAL NO. 89-229 



AURA MELENDEZ, Appellant 
.3) vs 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on October 10, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[20 Burnside Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917952 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/3) 



APPEAL NO. 89-230 



ARMINE ELLIS, Appellant 
.4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on October 17, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[337 Elizabeth Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8905765 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/4) 



APPEAL NO. 89-231 



OSCAR BELISLE, Appellant 
'.5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on October 26, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[1957 - 15th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8905461 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/6) 



APPEAL NO. 89-203 



6) 



ROBERT S. RIVKIN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 28, 1989, to 
[Rudolph Koppl , permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 1770 Broadway St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8910463, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10/22) 



7) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1989 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

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) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

ITEM A : Letter from Peri Drips for the Comic Exchange, 1610 Irving Street, 
requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over revocation of Permit for Mechanical 
Amusement Devices. The permittee failed to pay annual permit fee. 

Permit revoked October 17, 1989 

Appeal period ended November 1, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received November 2, 1989 



ITEM B : Letter from William G. Jonopulos and Laurine A. Jonopulos requesting the 
Board to take jurisdiction over permit issued for horizontal addition at 1233 Green 
Street. Application No. 8717914. 

Permit issued October 2, 1989 

Appeal period ended October 17, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received November 9, 1989 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS OF FACT : 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 88-255 . Hearing September 20, 1989. Upon motion of Vice 
President Makras, the Board voted 4-1 to overrule the department and to grant the 
permit with a condition requiring plan revision. President Marks dissented. 



() Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 89-224 

LAMBERT YAM & RUBY YANG, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [October 10, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Febe Portillo, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 58 Manchester Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8910646. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. (11/25) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-232 

PHILIP GUNNING, Appellant [Revocation on October 17, 

4) vs. [1989, of Dance Hall Keeper 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit at 3565 Geary St. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/5) 



Items 5A and 5B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-234 

JOTE KEJELA, Appellant [Appealing decision of the 

5A) vs. [S.F. Police Commission on 

POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [September 20, 1989, to close 

[out Police Public Convenience 
[& Necessity Hearing on Taxicab 
[matters for year 1988. 
[Police Comm. Res. # 1266-89. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/6) 



APPEAL NO. 89-235 

TSE S. KWAN, Appellant [Appealing decision of the 

5B) vs. [S.F. Police Commission on 

POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [September 20, 1989, to close 

[out Police Public Convenience 
[& Necessity Hearing on Taxicab 
[matters for year 1988. 
[Police Comm. Res. # 1266-89. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/10 



APPEAL NO. 89-238 

JOSEPH T. W00TT0N, Appellant [Revocation on October 

6) vs. [17, 1989, of Driver 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Public Vehicle Permit. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/11 



APPEAL NO. 89-240 

IBRAHIM K. ZUGHBABA, Appellant [Suspension on October 

1) vs. [26, 1989, of Driver 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Public Vehicle permit 

[dba "Orange Cab Company" 

[at 785 Mangels Avenue. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/13 



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APPEAL NO. 89-239 

TONY LAGORIO, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

*) vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on November 1, 1989, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [for work done at 

[318 - 320 Harriet St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8906450. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/14) 



APPEAL NO. 89-119 

SHAIKH & FATIMA USMAN, Appellants [Denial on June 5, 

)) vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building 

[at 166 Turk Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904434. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (7/15) 



APPEAL NO. 89-233 
PERRY FONG, Appellant [Denial on October 27, 

.0) vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Erect a Structure at 

[200 Guttenberg Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8811659. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/6) 



APPEAL NO. V89-172 

HAROLD DOW, Appellant [Denial on July 19, 1989, 

.1) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Sought for property 

[located at 2070 Green St. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.052V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (9/6) 



2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall -speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1989 documents dept. 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL DEC 4 1383 

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1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS OF FACT : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 89-124 . Rehearing November 15, 1989. Upon motion of President 
Marks, the Board voted 3-2 to uphold the department and deny the permit. Vice 
President Makras and Commissioner House dissented. 



!) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



ANN ABAD, dba "CHARLIE'S DELI VAN"," 
i) vs. Appellant 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-218 



[Revocation on September 20, 
[1989, of permit to operate 
[as a Mobile Caterer at 
[271 Cotter Street, dba 
["Charlie's Deli Van". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11/14) 



BENNY LIZARDO, Appellant 
) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-237 



[Denial on October 26, 
[1989, of Driver Public 
[Vehicle permit dba 
["Yellow Cab Company" 
[at 1200 Mississippi St. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/11) 



PATTI K. COBB, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-241 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty imposed 
[on November 6, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[3779 - 25th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8913499 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/15) 



APPEAL NO 89-236 



) 



DALE L. ALLEN, JR., Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty Imposed 
[on October 31, 1989, 
[for work done at 
[521 Dewey Boulevard. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904824, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/9) 



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APPEAL NO. 89-242 

ROGER ALLEN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

7) vs. [on November 7, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[175 Fair Oaks Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917173. 
" [FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/17) 



APPEAL NO. 89-212 

ELIZABETH LIPPITT, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

3) vs. [September 20, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Mr. /Mrs. Hartati Murdaya, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 2418 Pacific Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8903977. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (11/8) 



APPEAL NO. 89-247 



ALAN S. OVSON & SUSAN COLE, [Appeal of Correction 

)) vs. Appellants [Notice by the Bureau 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, [of Building Inspection 

Respondent [on November 9, 1989, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [requiring provision of 

BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION APPROVAL [7-foot-6-inch ceiling 



[height in Tower unit 

[at 2819 Pine Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8911383. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/23) 



APPEAL NO. 89-244 

LUCHA BOTT, Appellant [Denial on October 24, 

0) vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [2351-53 Pacific Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8910799. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/18) 



APPEAL NO. 89-245 

JAMES CULP, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

1) vs. [October 23, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Liya Kath, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 1259-61 Folsom St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8902619. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. (12/17) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, DECEMBER 6, 1989 PAGE THREE 



JERRY KLEIN, Appellant 
12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-246 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 25, 1989, to 
[Arthur Zanello, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 1100 Eddy Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8819677 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/19) 



APPEAL NO. 89-248 



JOHN & GLORIA AGUILERA, Appellant 
13) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 3, 1989, to 
[McAley and McDonough, 
[permit to Demolish a 
[Garage Building at 
[290 Melrose Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8919373 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



RENE PEINADO, Appellant 
4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-249 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 1, 1989, to 
[Karen Montgomery, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2154 Sutter Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8811954, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12/23) 



(12/24) 



5) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall -speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7) min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 

Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room.no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1989 






5-.00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



DOCUMENTS DEP7. 






(1) HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE . 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 89-139 



FRANK YEE, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 20, 1989, to 
[Lino D'Silva, permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 1914 Clement Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8815815. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-243 



WILLIAM S. HANSON, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Denial on October 26, 1989, 
[of Massage Establishment 
[permit a I 1172 Sutter Street 
[dba "Nikki's Oriental Massage" 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-251 



RAKESH SEHGAL, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on November 13, 
[1989, of Driver Public 
[Vehicle permit at 1200 
[Minnesota Street, dba 
["United Cab Company". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-255 



PERRY BOUSSINA, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on November 14, 
[1989, of Dance Hall Keeper/ 
[Place of Entertaiment permit 
[at 3231 Fillmore Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



HA THI MANN, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-257 



[Revocation on November 14, 
[1989, of Masseuse permit 
[at 931 Kearny Street, dba 
["Thailand Health Spa". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL WO. 89-252 

ROLANDO VICENTE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

(8) vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on November 16, 1989, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [for work done at 

[107 Santa Rosa Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8817139. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-245 

JAMES CULP, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [October 23, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Liya Kath, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 1259-61 Folsom St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8902619. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-250 

NEIGHBORS OF THE EXCELSIOR, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [November 3, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Louis Stalcar, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 632 Persia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810927 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-258 

ARTHUR R. CRESSEY, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [November 16, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [William O'Brien, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 200 Taraval Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8915316 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-259 

CAROL S. DIETRICH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(12) vs. [October 16, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Earl Dennis, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 

[370-372 Lombard Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8912396. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V89-254 

STOUFFER HOTEL COMPANY, [Protesting issuance on 

(13) vs. Appellant [November 14, 1989, to 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, [Steven Weir, of Rear 

Respondent [Yard Variance sought 

[for property located 
[at 897 California St. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 88.761V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(14) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER - 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS WHENEVER 
NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS RULES, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 5 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of ap- 
peal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the depart- 
ment, board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall 
speak first and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for thier presentation and 
three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be al- 
lowed seven (7) minutes for oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

In the case of protest appeals, the protestor shall -speak first and shall be 
allowed seven (7) minutes to present oral argument and three (3) minutes for 
rebuttal, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes to present 
oral argument and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a 
departmental response at its own discretion. 

In cases of multiple appeals of the same departmental action or permit the 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each be allowed seven (7). min- 
utes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall 
speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (7) minutes 
for roal arguments and, for each appeal filed, three (3) minutes for rebuttal. 

Other persons desiring to speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once 
for up to three (3) minutes. 

Any written submittals must be received by the Board not later than five days 
before the appointed hearing, with copies of said written submittals received 
by the departmental representatives and other principals by the same day. 

The Board shall consider the departmental letter deemed as read, and such must 
be received by the Board no later than two days prior to the appointed hearing. 

Each member present at a meeting shall vote for or against the matter before 
them unless a commissioner is excused from voting by a motion adopted by a 
majority of the members present. (Amended April 20, 1988) 

SPECIAL NOTES 



Pursuant to the Board's Rules any written evidence or arguments in writing must 
be received by opposing parties and departments as well as by the Board not later 
than five days before the hearing. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least five 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued to a 
specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hear- 
ing room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office 
at 554-6720 for scheduling or other information during regular business hours. 

The complete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING 

Written requests for rehearing must be filed within ten days from the date of a 
decision and may be filed only by principals In the appeal. See Article 5, Sec- 
tion 6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 
Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154-A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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