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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS^ ** UiVi£ * T * SEPTi 
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1990 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL OHUC " PD/VDV 



(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS OF FACT : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. V89-254 . Hearing December 13, 1989. Upon motion of President 
Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the Zoning Administrator and the granting of 
the variance for the two lowest floors for parking and to deny the variance for the 
upper residential floors. 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Perry Fong requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-233 . Hearing 
November 29, 1989. Appellant had appealed the denial of a permit to erect a structure 
at 200 Guttenberg Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 
5-0 to uphold the Department and deny the permit. 



ITEM C : Letter from Tony Lagorio requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-239 . Hearing 
November 29, 1989. Appellant had appealed for refund of penalty imposed for work 
done without a permit at 318-320 Harriet Street. Upon motion of Commissioner House, 
the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the Department and sustain the penalty. 



ITEM D : Letter from Jerry Klein requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-246 . Hearing 
December 6, 1989. Appellant had protested the issuance of permit to erect a structure 
at 1100 Eddy Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to 
uphold the Department and grant the permit. 



ITEM E : Letter from Rene Ernest Peinado requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-249 . 
Hearing December 6, 1989. Appellant had protested the issuance of permit to alter 
a building at 2154-58 Sutter Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board 
voted 4-1 to uphold the Department and to grant the permit. Condition of approval: 
Plans to be reviewed by Bureau to insure complete compliance with all provisions 
of Building Code. 



ITEM F : Letter from C.A. Taylor, President of Neighbors of the Excelsior requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 89-250 . Hearing December 13, 1989. Appellant had protested 
the issuance of permit to erect a structure at 632 Persia Street. Upon motion of 
Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 2-2 to uphold the Departments and grant the per- 
mit.. President Marks and Commissioner Melbostad dissented. Four votes being neces- 
sary to overrule to impose conditions, the permit is deemed upheld with no conditions 
Commissioner House absent. 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 3, 1990 PAGE TWO 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM 6 : Letter from John E. Mclnerney, III, Esq. for Dr. Stanley Dintcho, project 
sponsor, requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over conditions one and two of 
the Conditions of Approval for permit application 8817405 authorizing the alteration 
of an existing four story mixed use building at 2253 Union Street. 

On October 5, 1988, Appeal No. 88-235 , upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board 
voted 3-2 to uphold the department and grant permit application 8715672 for alter- 
ations on this existing building. Vice President Makras and Commissioner House 
dissented. 

Department action November 21, 1989 

Appeal period ended December 6, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction received December 27, 1989 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Items 3A and 3B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-234 

JOTE KEJELA, Appellant [Appealing decision of the 

(3A) 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 FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-235 

TSE S. KWAN, Appellant [Appealing decision of the 

(3B) 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 FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-145 

JERRY F. SCHIMMEL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(4) vs. [June 23, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Jeremias Zeuli, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 61 Prentiss Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8701259 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-242 



ROGER ALLEN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(5) vs. [on November 7, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[175 Fair Oaks Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917173 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 89-263 

MURIEL J. LOCKNER, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(6) vs. [on December 8, 1989, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[125 - 3rd Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8921266. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 89-261 

RUNCHEL & COMPANY, Appellant [Denial on December 1, 

(7) vs. [1989, of permit to 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

[4715 Balboa Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8908401. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 89-267 

WILLIAM L. LUIPPOLD, Appellant [Denial on December 14, 

(8) vs. [1989, of permit to alter 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 1258 

[Valencia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8908873. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 89-259 

CAROL S. DIETRICH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(9) 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. 89-262 

RICHARD AVANSINO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [November 22, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Andrew Okun, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[776 - 27th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8921860. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V89-260 

VAN HART, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [November 21, 1989, to 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Ann Kirk, of Rear Yard 

[Variance sought for 

[property located at 

***,. CONTINUED UNTIL JANUARY 24, 1990. [42 Woodland Avenue. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.544V 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three minutes for each speaker. 



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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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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Masaru Seido, President of Fukuyama International, Inc., owner, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. V89-254 . Hearing December 13, 1989. Upon motion 
of President Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the Zoning Administrator and the 
granting of the variance for the two lowest floors for parking and to deny the vari- 
ance for the upper residential floors. 

ITEM B : Letter from Rene Ernest Peinado requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 89-249 . 
Hearing December 6, 1989. Appellant had protested the issuance of permit to alter 
a building at 2154-58 Sutter Street. Upon motion of Commissioner Prior, the Board 
voted 4-1 to uphold the Department and to grant the permit. Condition of approval: 
Plans to be reviewed by Bureau to insure complete compliance with all provisions 
of Building Code. 

ITEM C : Letter from Robert S. Rivkin, Esq., requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
89-203. Hearing November 15, 1989. Appellant had protested the issuance of permit 
to alter a building at 1770 Broadway Street. Upon motion of Vice President Makras, 
the Board voted 4-1 to uphold the permit on condition the curb cut be* reduced to 
width of nine feet. Commissioner House dissented. 

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



APPEAL NO. 89-145 

JERRY F. SCHIMMEL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(3) vs. [June 23, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Jeremias Zeuli, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 61 Prentiss Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8701259. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items 4A and 4B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-073 

ANDREAS VON F0ERSTER, Appellant [Determination by the 

(4A) 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, 



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Items 4A and 4B shall be heard together . 



ANDREAS VON FOERSTER, Appellant 
(4B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-253 



"[Denial on November 13, 
[1989, of permit to 
[Erect a Structure at 
[128 Montcalm Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902465 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-248 



JOHN & GLORIA AGUILERA, Appellant 
(5) 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 FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



WILLIAM S. HANSON, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-243 



"[Denial on October 26, 1989, 
[of Massage Establishment 
[permit at 1172 Sutter Street 
[dba "Nikki's Oriental Massage" 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-251 



RAKESH SEHGAL, Appellant 
(7) 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. 89-257 



HA THI MANN, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on November 14, 
[1989, of Masseuse permit 
[at 931 Kearny Street, dba 
["Thailand Health Spa". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-271 



BEHROUZ VOSSOUGHI, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on December 14, 
[1989, of Driver Public Vehicle 
[permit dba "Yellow Cab Co." 
[at 1200 Mississippi Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 10, 1990 PAGE THREE 

APPEAL NO. 89-266 

MICHAEL A. WAUL, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(10) vs. [on December 14, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1958 Golden Gate Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8917079. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-268 
TONY CANALETICH, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

(11) vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on December 14, 1989, 

[for work done at 
[814 Grove Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8922181. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-269 
JOHN T. JOHANSEN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

(12) vs. [of Penalty Imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on December 18, 1989, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [for work done at 

[2417 Larkin Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8920594. 



Items 13A and 13B shall be heard toaether= 

APPEAL NO. 89-265 

HILDA BERNSTEIN, Appellant [Determination by the Zoning 

(13A) vs. [Administrator on December 1, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [1989, that the use of the 

[subject property is group 
[housing classification 
[pursuant to §209. 2(A) City 
[Planning Code for property 
[at 899 Guerrero Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V89-264 
HILDA BERNSTEIN & JOHN BARBEY, [Protesting granting on 

(13B) Appellants, [December 5, 1989, to 

vs. [Catholic Charities, of 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Off-Street Parking 

[Variance sought for 
[property located at 
[899 Guerrero Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.336V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(14) 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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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM A : Letter from Masaru Seido, President of Fukuyama International, Inc., owner, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. V89-254 . Hearing December 13, 1989. Upon motion 
of President Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the Zoning Administrator and the 
granting of the variance for the two lowest floors for parking and to deny the vari- 
ance for the upper residential floors. 

ITEM B: Letter from David P. Cincotta, Esq., requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
89-259 . Hearing January 3, 1990. Appellant had protested the issuance of permit 
to alter a building at 370-372 Lombard Street. Upon motion by Commissioner Melbo- 
stad, the Board voted 5-0 to overrule the departments and to disapprove the permit. 
Finding: Permit would result in loss of an affordable unit in violation of Propo- 
sition M. 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 

Items 3A and 3B shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 89-234 

JOTE KEJELA, Appellant [Appealing decision of the 

(3A) vs. [3.F. Police Commission on 

POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [September 20, 1989, to close 

[out Pol ice Publ ic Convenience 
[& Necessity Hearing on Taxi cab 
[matters for year 1988. 
[Police Comm. Res. # 1266-89. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 89-235 

TSE S. KWAN, Appellant. [Appealing decision of the 

(3B) 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 FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-250 

NEIGHBORS OF THE EXCELSIOR, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

(4) 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 REHEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 89-270 

W.A. HUTCHESON, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(5) vs. [on December 18, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[772 Chenery Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8918949 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-272 

MARSHA AGBUNAG, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

(6) vs. [of Penalty imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on December 12, 1989, 

[for work done at 
[1270 - 48th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8921127 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-273 

LAI JEAN HO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(7) vs. [on December 20, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [268-70 - 9th Avenue. . 

[APPLICATION NO. 8817783 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-119 

USMAN & FATIMA SHAIKH, Appellants [Denial on June 5, 

(8) vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building 

[at 166 Turk Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904434, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-274 

SPECTRUM FOODS, Appellant [Denial on December 14, 

(9) vs. [1989, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Erect a Sign at 524 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [Van Ness Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8807702 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-256 

NANCY H. NEWELL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [November 14, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Thomas & Adriana Williams, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 2733 Pierce Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8911291. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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DONALD L. WYLER, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-275 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 18, 1989, to 
[Diane Bostick and 
[Avram Tucker, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2604 Jackson Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8920845 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 






KERRY MERRIMAN, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-276 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 13, 1989, to 
[Edda Piccini, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 282 Ripley Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8816369 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items 13A, 13B, and 13C shall be heard together. 



APPEAL NO. 89-277 



12TH & TARAVAL COMMITTEE, 
(13A) vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 

Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 13, 1989, to. 
[O'Brien & Sons, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 2385 - 12th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8818581. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-278 



12TH & TARAVAL COMMITTEE, 
(13B) vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 

Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 13, 1989, to 
[O'Brien & Sons, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 2391 - 12th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8818578. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-008 



12TH & TARAVAL COMMITTEE, 
(13C) vs. Appellants 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS 

Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 29, 1989, to 
[O'Brien & Sons, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 2399 - 12th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8908885. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-001 



GRETCHEN M. BERGGRUEN, et al , 
(14) vs. Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 

Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 21, 1989, to 
[Russian Hill Investors, 
[permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 1035, 1039, 
[& 1045 Vallejo Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8806682. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V89-260 



VAN HART, Appellant 
(15) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 21, 1989, to 
[Ann Kirk, of Rear Yard 
[Variance sought for 
[property located at 
[42 Woodland Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.544V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



(17) Annual election of Board officers. 



SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD 



APPEAL NO. 89-250 



NEIGHBORS OF THE EXCELSIOR, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 3, 1989, to 
[Louis Stalcar, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 632 Persia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8810927. 
[SITE INSPECTION MONDAY, 
LJANUARY 22, 1990, AT 8:30 A.M. 



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 $ an Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 




CITY LIBRARIAN 
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MEETING UF THE BUARD UF PERMIT APPEALS 

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3L 1990 0oc i m e i mts deptv 
5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL JAN3 91?9Q 

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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 89-265 . Hearing January 10, 1990. Upon motion of Vice President 
Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to uphold the determination of the Zoning Administrator, 
with the project outline by Catholic Charities adopted as part of their findings. 
For proposed facility at 899 Guerrero Street. 



ITEM B : Appeal No. V89-264 . Hearing January 19, 1990. Upon motion of Vice President 
Makras, the Board voted 4-1 to uphold the Zoning Administrator's variance decision 
with the addition of conditions. President Marks dissented. For proposed group 
housing facility at 899 Guerrero Street. 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 89-265 . Letter from Hilda Bernstein for Liberty Hill Neighbor- 
hood Association requesting rehearing. Appellant appealed the Zoning Administrator's 
determination that the proposed Catholic Charities facility at 899 Guerrero Street 
is group housing and not a residential care facility under the City Planning Code. 



ITEM D : Appeal No. V89-264 . Letter from Hilda Bernstein for the Liberty Hill Neigh- 
borhood Association requesting rehearing. Appellant appealed the granting of an 
off-street parking variance by the Zoning Administrator to Catholic Charities for 
the proposed group housing facility at 899 Guerrero Street. 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 89-243 

WILLIAM S. HANSON, Appellant [Denial on October 26, 1989, 

(3) vs. [of Massage Establishment 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit at 1172 Sutter Street 

[dba "Nikki's Oriental Massage" 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 89-255 

PERRY BOUSSINA, Appellant [Revocation on November 14, 

(4) vs. [1989, of Dance Hall Keeper/ 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Place of Entertaiment permit 

[at 3231 Fillmore Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-145 

JERRY F. SCHIMMEL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(5) vs. [June 23, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Jeremias Zeuli, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure 

[at 61 Prentiss Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8701259. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 3L 1990 PAGE TWO 

APPEAL NO. 89-249 

RENE PEINADO, Appellant ~ [Protesting issuance on 

(6) vs. [November 1, 1989, to 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Karen Montgomery, permit 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[2154 Sutter Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8811954. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 89-266 

MICHAEL A. WAUL, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(7) vs. [on December 14, 1989, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1958 Golden Gate Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917079. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 90-005 

LES NATALI, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(8) vs. [on January 8, 1990, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[539 Castro Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8916446. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 90-006 

TERESA SERRANO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(9) vs. [on January 11, 1990, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [161-163 San Carlos St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8908435. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-007 

MR. & MRS. EMIL SKANDARIAN, [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. Appellants [December 29, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, [Jay & El lie Shukert, 

Respondent [permit to Alter a Building 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 60 San Felipe Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907647 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-009 

YENNY SADIKIN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [January 3, 1990, to Kin- 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Cheung Leung, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[507-509 - 35th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8918116 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 nersons 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 



Cm LIBRARi^ 
Pub ^c Library 



J MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1990 
( iUf1 ° 5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL . 



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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE: 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 90-001 . Hearing January 24, 1990. Upon motion of Vice President 
Makras the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the departments and GRANT the permit to erect 
a structure at 1035, 1039, and 1045 Vallejo Street. 



ITEM B : Appeals No. 89-234 and 89-235 . Hearings December 13, 1989 and January 24, 
1990. Upon motion by Vice President Makras, the Board voted 3-2 to UPHOLD the Police 
Commission's decision to close the Public Convenience and Necessity hearing without 
changing the number of taxicabs medallions. Commissioners House and Prior dissented. 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 89-234 . Letter from Jote Kejela requesting rehearing. Appellant 
appealed the Police Commission's decision to close out Police Public Convenience 
and Necessity Hearing on Taxicab matters for the year 1988. Upon motion by Vice 
President Makras, the Board voted 3-2 to UPHOLD the Police Commission's decision 
to close the Public Convenience and Necessity hearing without changing the number 
of taxicabs medallions. Commissioners House and Prior dissented. 



ITEM D : Appeal No. 89-256 . Letter from Nancy H. Newell requesting rehearing. Ap- 
pellant appealed the issuance to Thomas and Adriana Williams permit to alter a build- 
ing at 2733 Pierce Street. Upon motion by President Makras, the Board voted 5-0 
to UPHOLD the departments and GRANT the permit. 



ITEM E : Appeal No. 89-278 . Letter from the 12th & Taraval Committee requesting 
rehearing. Appellant appealed the issuance to O'Brien & Sons permit to erect a struc- 
ture at 2391 - 12th Avenue. Upon motion by Vice President Makras, the Board voted 
4-1 to UPHOLD the departments and to GRANT the permits. Commissioner Prior dissented. 



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

Items 3A and 3B shall be heard together. 

APPEAL NO. 89-007 

GREATER WEST PORTAL NEIGHBORHOOD [Protesting issuance on 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [January 4, 1989, to 

(3A) 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. " 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 14, 1990 PAGE TWO 

Items 3A and 3B shall be heard together. 

APPEAL NO. 90-020 

MARJORIE FRAENKEL & KATHERINE DARBY, [Protesting issuance on 

(3B) vs. Appellants [January 19, 1990, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, [Barry Kane, permit to 

Respondent [Erect a Structure at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [14 Edgehill Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8800352. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-013 

MARK GRAEVEN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(4) vs. [imposed on Janaury 25, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [421 Oak Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8922711. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-016 

MARIAN S. CHIN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

(5) vs. [of Penalty imposed on 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [January 26, 1990, for 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [property at 2706-2708 

[San Bruno Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8921008, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-018 

JAMES D. WOLFROM II, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(6) vs. [imposed on January 31, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

[140 Capistrano Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902983, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-015 

JOHN G. DAY, Appellant [Denial on January 25, 

(7) vs. [1990, of permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1910 Baker Street. 

DAHI DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8924261 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING UF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY M, 1990 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 90-010 

ROBERT N. SCHWRICHT, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(8) vs. [January 23, 1990, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Andrea Gillespie, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[1562-1564 Waller Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8922682. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-012 

STEPHEN KARPMAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [January 10, 1990, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alexander Liverant, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[27 Shoreview Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904556. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-014 

GORR PARTNERS, dba 660 [Protesting issuance on 

CENTER, Appellant [January 11, 1990, to 

(10) vs. [655 Third Street 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Association, permit to 

[Alter a Building at 
[655 Third Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8924529 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-017 

JAMES S. MCINERNEY & MYRON PRICE, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [January 17, 1990, to 

(11) vs. [Sophie Tse, permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [145 Seacliff Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8906627 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



VICTOR G. MAKRAS 
ESTHER Y. MARKS 
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 

Room 154-A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



CITY LIBRARIAN 
Public Library 



P3Q MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

IZ WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21/ 1990 

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



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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING, AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE: 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Nancy M. Conway, Esq., attorney for Eileen Weglarz, requesting 
the Board to take jurisdiction over permit issued for demolition of a single family 
residence at 1111 Green Street. Application No. 8920281. 

Permit issued January 19, 1990 

Appeal period ended February 3, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction February 14, 1990 

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



APPEAL NO. 90-012 
STEPHEN KARPMAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(3) vs. [January 10, 1990, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alexander Liverant, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[27 Shoreview Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904556. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-255 
PERRY B0USSINA, Appellant [Revocation on November 14, 

(4) vs. [1989, of Dance Hall Keeper/ 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Place of Entertaiment permit 

[at 3231 Fillmore Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-019 
FELIX A. SABLAD & ASTER T. SAQUING, [Denial on January 16, 1990 

(5) vs. Appellants [of Dance Hall/ Place of 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Entertaiment permit dba 

Respondent ["Filipino American Council 

[of San Francisco, Inc." at 
[3416 - 19th Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-266 

MICHAEL A. WAUL, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(6) vs. [on December 14, 1989, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1958 Golden Gate Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917079. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-025 
TED BACINO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(7) vs. [imposed on February 6, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [16 Hill Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8921370. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-026 
YUHUM DIGDIGAN, Appeallant [Imposition of Penalty 

(8) vs. [imposed on February 8, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [700 San Bruno Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8922780. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-007 
MR. & MRS. EMIL SKANDARIAN, [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. Appellants [December 29, 1989, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, [Jay & El lie Shukert, 

Respondent [permit Alter a Building 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 60 San Felipe Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8907647. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-023 
CAL STATE BUILDERS, Appellant [Appealing conditions 

(10) vs. [attached to the alteration 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit issued on January 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [25, 1990, to John David York 

[requiring installation of a 
[guardrail and firewall along 
[the stairway of the building 
[at 2307 California Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8924212. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD 



APPEAL NO. 90-012 
STEPHEN KARPMAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [January 10, 1990, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alexander Liverant, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[27 Shoreview Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904556. 
[SITE INSPECTION TUESDAY, 
[FEBRUARY 20, 1990, AT 8:30 A.M. 






ntnbtKb ur mt buakd ui- plkhii appeals 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 Hal l 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 90-017 . Hearing February 14, 1990. Upon motion of Vice President 
Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the departments and GRANT the permit to alter a 
building at 145 Seacliff Avenue. 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Appeals No. 89-007 and 90-020 . Hearing February 14, 1990. Upon motion Vice 
President Marks, the Board voted 4-1 to OVERRULE the departments and DENY permits to 
demolish a building and erect a new one-family house at 14 Edgehill Way. Commissioner 
Prior dissented. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-011 

DAVID PARKER, Appellant [Appealing for refund 

vs. [of penalty imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on January 24, 1990, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [for work done at 

[737 Pine Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8916345. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-025 

TED BACINO, Appellant "Tlmposition f penalty 

vs. [on February 6, 1990, 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [16 Hill Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 89121370 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-027 

RITA GIGLIO, Appellant [Imposition of penalty 

vs. [on January 9, 1990, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [343 - 346 Texas Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8914140 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-028 

FU-MEI YEN LIN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



Imposition of penalty 
on February 7 , 1990, 
for work done at 
1457 - 9th Avenue. 

APPLICATION NO. 8912235 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-029 

SOON JA KIM, Appellant [Appealing for refund 

(7) vs. [of penalty imposed 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [on February 13, 1990, 

[for work done at 
[1774 Newcomb Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9002624. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-032 



INDRASINH C. MAHIDA, Appellant [Imposition of penalty 

(8) vs. [on February 21, 1990, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1939 - 43 Mission St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000865. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-023 

CAL STATE BUILDERS, Appellant [Appealing conditions 

(9) vs. [attached to the alteration 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit issued on January 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [25, 1990, to John David York 

[requiring installation of a 
[guardrail and firewall along 
[the stairway of the building 
[at 2307 California Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8924212. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-030 

ALBERT MARTINELLI, Appellant [Denial on February 9, 1990, 

(10) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2182 - 28th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8923501. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-031 

ROBERT F. JOHNSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [February 5, 1990, to 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[124 - 20th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8912035. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Consideration of department budget for FY 1990 - 1991. 



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



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Matilde Gomez, requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over 
permit issued for a structural addition to a building at 54 - 56 Elizabeth Street. 
Application No. 8902491. 

Permit issued October 13, 1989 

Appeal period ended October 30, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction March 7, 1990 

ITEM B : Letter from Patricia A. McColm, requesting the Board to take jurisdiction 
over permit issued for a vertical addition to a building at 588 Miramar Avenue. 
Application No. 8818500. 

Permit issued January 3, 1990 

Appeal period ended January 18, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction March 8, 1990 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-021 

YOSSEDEK M. DESTA, Appellant [Revocation by the Police 

(3) vs. [Commission issued on January 

POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [19, 1990 of authorization 

[for a motorized rickshaw/ 
[sightseeing bus permit. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-033 

WALTER CASTILLO, dba [Denial on February 7, 1990, 

"The Transfer Club", Appellant [of Cabaret/Dance Hall Keeper/ 

(4) vs. [Place of Entertainment-Amendment 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit dba "The Transfer Club" 

[at 3225 - 22nd Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-037 

LUPE & JULIE SANCHEZ, Appellants [Imposition of penalty on 

(5) vs. [February 23, 1990, for work 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 53 Camel ia Avenue 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8917456. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-035 

DAVID & DORISE FORD, Appellants "^Protesting issuance on 

(6) vs. [February 13, 1990, to Bob 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [& Mary Ness, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 219 

[Douglass Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909250. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-040 

JOHN HICKEY, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(7) vs. [February 26, 1990, to Joe 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Toboni , permit to Erect a 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Structure at 1867 Alemany 

[Boulevard. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8911437. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V90-038 

DAVE SWAN, Appellant ~~ protesting granting on February 

(8) vs. [16, 1990, to John Walsh, of 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, [Rear Yard, Dwelling Unit Expo- 

Respondent [sure, Lot Width & Distance to 

[Residential District Variances 
[sought for property located at 
[356 - 12th Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.118V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 Ro° m 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 : 

ITEM A : Presentation by Lois Scott, Housing Planner of the Department of City 
Planning on the draft revision of the Residence Element of the Master Plan 
(30 minutes) . 

Regular calendar to begin at 5:00 p.m. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM B : Letter from Patricia A. McColm, requesting the Board to take jurisdiction 
over permit issued for a vertical addition to a building at 588 Miramar Avenue. 
Application No. 8818500. 

Permit issued January 3, 1990 

Appeal period ended January 18, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction March 8, 1990 

ITEM C : Letter from Gilbert Eisenberg, Esq., attorney for Yo Im Wilson, requesting 
the Board take jurisdiction over revocation of an Outcall Massage Service permit 
for the "Asia Garden" at 1171 Plymouth Avenue. 

Permit revoked January 16, 1990 

Appeal period ended January 31, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction March 15, 1990 

ITEM D : Letter from Balvi Casas requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over denial 
of a Billiard Parlor permit for "Pete's Corner" at 1480 Alabama Street. 

Permit denied January 24, 1990 

Appeal period ended February 8, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction March 15, 1990 

ITEM E : Letter from Nancy M. Conway, Esq., attorney for Richard Banks, requesting 
Board take jurisdiction over permit issued for demolition of a warehouse at 678 South 
Van Ness Avenue. Application No. 9001262. 

Permit issued February 21, 1990 

Appeal period ended March 8, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction March 14, 1990 

ITEM F : Letter from Monica Heath, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over permit 
issued for construction of a retaining wall at 1915 Sacramento Street. Application 
No. 9003157. 

Permit issued February 15, 1990 

Appeal period ended March 2, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction March 19, 1990 



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APPEAL NO. 88-302 



STEPHEN GAITHER, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(3) vs. [November 7, 1988, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Doris Morphew, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

b[at 4465 - 17th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712335. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 89-255 

PERRY BOUSSINA, Appellant [Revocation on November 14, 

(4) vs. [1989, of Dance Hall Keeper/ 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Place of Entertaiment permit 

[at 3231 Fillmore Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-041 

FAROUK K. KHODOR, Appellant [Suspension on February 27, 

(5) vs. [1990, of Driver Public 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Vehicle permit dba "Sunshine 

[Cab Company." 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-022 

MURIEL J. LOCKNER, Appellant [imposition of Penalty 

(6) vs. [on February 6, 1990, 

DEPT, PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[51 Melrose Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9001469. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-043 

WILLIAM WONG, Appellant "[Appealing for Refund of 

(7) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [22, 1990, for work done at 

[2981 Sacramento Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8925115. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-044 

DAVID R. LOPEZ, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(8) vs. [Penalty imposed on March 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [6, 1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [3422-24 San Bruno Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8920697. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-036 

WILLIAM C. TURNER, Appellant "T Denial on February 20, 

(9) vs. [1990, of permit to Alter 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [a Building at 167 Cresta 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [Vista Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8910929. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-039 

STANLEY DINTCHO, Appellant [Appeal f conditions by 

(10) vs. [City Planning Commission on 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [February 22, 1990, attached to 

CITY PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVAL [approval of permit to Alter a 

[Building at 2253 Union Street 

[(MOTION NO. 11776). 

[APPLICATION NO. 8817405. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-031 

ROBERT F. JOHNSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [February 5, 1990, to 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[124 - 20th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8912035. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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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(1) EXECUTIVE SESSION : 

ITEM A : The Board of Permit Appeals will meet in executive session (closed 
to public) for the purpose of discussing litigation with legal counsel. This 
meeting is in compliance with the California Government Code Sec. 54957. 
Appeals No. 89-293, 89-294, 89-295 
959 Powell and 8 Wetmore (Residential Development) 
Superior Court No. 908 819. 

Regular calendar to begin at 5:00 p.m. 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-047 

RENE' ERNEST PEINADO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on February, 

(3) vs. [28, 1990, to Karen Montgomery, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2154 - 2158 Sutter Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9002169. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-053 

LAURA AND FRANK HUGG, Appellants [Imposition of Penalty on 

(4) vs. [March 23, 1990, for work 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 462 Kansas Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904383. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-054 

KAY L. CHENG, Appellant '" [Appealing for Refund of 

(5) vs. [Penalty imposed on March 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [23, 1990, for work done at 

[1257 Ulloa Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8911520. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-055 

BEN GEFFEN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [March 27, 1990, for work 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 26 Church Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8920401. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-056 

BEATRICE LAU, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(7) vs. [Penalty imposed on March 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [20, 1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1971 - 28th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8914803. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-057 

RAMIREZ ROOFING COMPANY, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [March 29, 1990, for work 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 544 Guerrero Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9003713. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO- 90-048 

DOROTHY REED & KATHLEEN FANOE, [Protesting issuance on March 

Appellants [9, 1990, to Dewey Green, per- 

(9) vs. [mit to Alter a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 3187 Clay Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL , [APPLICATION NO. 8921038. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-058 

SOLEIMAN BENJEE, Appellant ^Imposition of Penalty on 

(3) vs. [March 29, 1990, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1969 California Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8922157. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-059 

THOMAS A. LO, Appellant , [Imposition of Penalty on 

(4) vs. [March 29, 1990, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 472 - 74 Grove Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8923503. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items A, B, and C shall be heard together . 

APPEAL NO. 90-002 

JOSIF DUBROVSKY, Appellant [Denial on January 5, 1990, 

(5A) vs. [of permit to Demolish a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 124 - 27th Avenue 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8921450. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-003 

ANATOLY & ALLA KOSOY, Appellants [Denial on December 21, 1989 

(5B) vs. [of permit to Demolish a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 126 - 27th Avenue 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8909444. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-004 

ANATOLY & ALLA KOSOY, Appellants [Denial on December 21, 1989 

(5C) vs. [of permit to Erect a Structure 

[at 126 - 27th Avenue. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [APPLICATION NO. 8909442. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-051 

NOB HILL CHICKEN & RIBS #2 [Denial on March 1, 1990, 

Appellant [of permit for Fast Food 

(6) vs. [restaurant at 655 Clay St. 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



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APPEAL WO. 90-050 

DALE & JOSEPH SOLARIC, Appellants [Protesting issuance on March 

(7) vs. [1, 1990, to Van and Mieko 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Obermuller, permit to Demolish 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL - [a Building at 1131 Irving St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8908720. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL WO. 90-052 

JO ELLEN DYER, Appellant ^iProtesting issuance on March 

(8) vs. [6, 1990, to Donald Stroh, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Alter a Building at 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [453 Liberty Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8810197. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL WO. V90-049 

ANDY FORREST, Appellant '• TDenial on March 6, 1990, of 

(9) vs. [Rear Yard Variance sought for 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [property located at 290 - 294 

[Liberty Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.338V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

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



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD QF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 Ro° m 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 : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 90-053. Hearing April 4, 1990. Upon motion of Commissioner 
House, the Board voted 3-2 to overrule the department. Four votes being necessary 
to overrule, the department is deemed UPHELD and the penalty SUSTAINED . President 
Makras and Vice President Marks dissented. 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING BEYOND TEN-DAY PERIOD: 

ITEM B : Letter from Michael A. Waul, appellant in Appeal No. 89-266, requesting 
the Board to allow him to file a request for rehearing beyond the ten-day period 
set forth in Section 6 of Article 5 of the Board's Rules. 

Date of Board's decision upholding department February 21, 1990 
Last day to file request for rehearing March 5, 1990 
Date of letter requesting permission to file April 5, 1990 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM C : Letter from Kent Pasek requesting the Board take jurisdiction over permit 
issued for an expansion of the residence at 786 - 27th Avenue. Application No. 
8819442. DR: 89.092D. 



Permit issued 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



December 13, 1990 
December 28, 1990 
April 9, 1990 



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



PERRY B0USSINA, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 89-255 



"[Revocation on November 14, 1989 
[of Dance Hall Keeper/Place of 
[Entertainment permit at 
[3231 Fillmore Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



STANLEY CHABAN, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 90-064 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[Aputil 4, 1990, for work done 
[done at 1563-1565 - 11th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8920652. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



THOMAS J. BRADY, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-063 



"[Denial on April 3, 1990, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[4130 21st Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8816912. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEA L NO. 90-046 

EILEEN WEGLARZ, Appellant [Protesting issuance on January 

(6) vs. * [19, 1990, to Tudor Hill Partner- 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [ship, permit to Demolish a Build- 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [ing at 1111 Green Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8920281. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-062 

RUSSIAN HILL NEIGHBORS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on March 20, 

(7) vs. [1990, to Joan Crowley, permit 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1164 - 66 Filbert Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8915654. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V90-049 

ANDY FORREST, Appellant [Denial on March 6, 1990, of 

(8) vs. [Rear Yard Variance sought for 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent ' [property located at 290 - 294 

[Liberty Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.338V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(9) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 sucl) 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 Ha!! 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Jack Wholey, Esq. requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-002 , 
90-003 & 90-004 . Hearing April 18, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by Vice 
President Marks, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner House dissented) to UPHOLD the 
departments and disapprove the three permits. The Findings of the Planning Com- 
mission were adopted. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM B : Letter from Kent Pasek requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over permit 
issued for an expansion of the residence at 786 - 27th Avenue. Application No. 
8819442. DR: 89.092D. 

Permit issued December 13, 1989 

Appeal period ended December 28, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction April 9, 1990 



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



APPEAL NO. 88-154 

IZKO POSLAVSKY, Appellant [Denial on June 7, 1988, of 

(3) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1588 - 18th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8709900. 

[REMAND FROM SUPERIOR COURT, 



APPEAL NO. 90-066 

CHARTER CONSTRUCTION, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty 

(4) vs. [imposed on April 16, 1990, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 2 - 10th 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9004316. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 90-067 ^ 

LOUIS CHAN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(5) vs. [Penalty imposed on April 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [19, 1990, for work done 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1615 - 41st Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9009414. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-069 

DAVID LEIGH, Appellant TAppealing for Refund of 

(6) vs. [Penalty imposed on April 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [20, 1990, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2679 - 38th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8903366. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-073 



ORESTE LANDI, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on April 
[25, 1990, for work done 
[479 Vienna Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8923224. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-065 



SAMMY AU, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on March 29, 1990, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 3421 Rivera Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8905252S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-070 



MARY E. WRIGHT, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Denial on April 11, 1990, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 3461-63 Sacramento Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8918665. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-071 



JANE HARADER, Appellant 
(10A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 

BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION DISAPPROVAL 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Denial on April 10, 1990, 
[permit to Erect a Sign at 
[at 127 Geary Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9001894 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-072 



JANE HARADER, Appellant 
(10B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 

BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION DISAPPROVAL 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Denial on April 10, 1990, 
[permit to Erect a Sign at 
[at 125 Geary Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9001895 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



City and County of San Francisco 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1990 

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



43RD AVENUE NEIGHBORS, 

Appellants 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 10, 1990, to Henry 
[Dea, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 555 - 43rd Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904779S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

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Robert Feldman 
Executive Director 



May 3, 1990 



(415) 554-6720 



Room 154- A. City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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 




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(1) MAT TERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from John J. Brosnahan, Esq. on behalf of Joan M. Crowley, appellant 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-062 . Hearing April 25, 1990. After discussion, 
upon motion by Vice President Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the permit on 
CONDITION that the plans be revised to delete the penthouse entirely and to relocate 
the mechanical equipment on the third floor and to lower the parapet to a maximum 
height of three feet, six inches and to cover the roof stairs with a roof hatch. 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-046 



EILEEN WEGLARZ, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on January 
[19, 1990, to Tudor Hill Partner- 
ship, permit to Demolish a Build- 
[ing at 1111 Green Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8920281. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-074 



ROBERT A. JOHNSON, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Revocation on April 10, 1990, 
[of Driver Public Vehicle permit 
[dba "City Cab Company". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



KERRY L. BOSTROM, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 90-077 



[Imposition of. Penalty on 
[April 30, 1990, for work done 
[at 2547 - 22nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9007619. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DAVID M. GOLDEEN, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-080 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 3, 1990, for work done 
[at 130 Ulloa Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8900801. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ALLISON HEISTERMAN, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-081 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 3, 1990, for work done 
[at 4035 - 18th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005863. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-075 

DAVID BONDS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on April 12, 

(8) vs. [1990, to Mrs. & Mrs. Pat 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 126 Beaver Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8905812. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-078 

JOHN CATENA, Appellant [Protesting issuance on April 17, 

(9) vs. [1990, to John L. Randle, permit 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [3125 Steiner Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9000167S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-079 

FRANCIS LEWIS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on April 18, 

(10) vs. [1990, to Patrick Fealy, permit 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2010 Judah Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909455. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



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 - 459-9899 



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 
appeal of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the 
department, 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 allowed 
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 
appeals shall be joined and the appellants shall each 
minutes to present oral arguments and three (3) minutes 
shall speak consecutively, and the permit holder shall 
minutes for oral arguments and, for each appeal filed, 
rebuttal . 



action or permit the 

be allowed seven (7) 

each for rebuttal and 

be allowed seven (7) 

three (3) minutes for 



Other persons desiring to speak before the Board 
for up to three (3) minutes. 



on an appeal may speak once 



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 



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

as well as by the Board not 



Pursuant to the 

be received by opposing parties and departments 

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 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. 

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, Section 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 




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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS documents dept. 
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(1) Presentation by Mr. Amit Ghosh, Senior Planner, of Department of City Planning on 
Residential Conservation Zoning Study and proposed new standards. 



The regular calendar will begin at 5:00 p.m. 

(2) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Laurence M. Kornfield, Chief Building Inspector for Bureau of 
Building Inspection requesting rehearing of of Appeals No. 90-071 and 90-072 . Hear- 
ing May 9, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by President Makras, the Board voted 
5-0 to OVERRULE the department and to GRANT the permits on CONDITION that the ap- 
pellant work with the Bureau of Building Inspection to provide mitigation. 

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

APPEAL NO. 90-082 

NOEL SPANIER, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

(4) vs. [of Penalty imposed on 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [May 4, 1990, for work 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [done at 251 South Van Ness. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9007814. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 90-083 

THOMAS M. SESTAK, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(5) vs. [May 3, 1990, for work done 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 72 Fair Oaks Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9005079 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-086 

RICHARD J. WALL, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

(6) vs. [of Penalty imposed on 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [May 8, 1990, for work 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [done at 3979 - 17th St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8910973 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-090 

FELIX DECOURT, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(7) vs. [Penalty imposed on May 8, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1065 Hampshire Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9004949 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-084 

CURRIE'S AUTOMOTIVE, Appellant [Denial on April 26, 1990, 

vs. [of retail food permit at 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent [2465 Van Ness Avenue. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT DISAPPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-089 

WILSON & SANDRA POON, Appellants [Denial on April 24, 1990, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 591 - 7th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8804328 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-076 

CORY E. McCABE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on April 18, 

vs. [1990, to Eileen Savitsky, permit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Erect a Structure at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2550 Greenwich Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8716185. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-087 



ETHAN GORDON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on May 1, 

vs. [1990, to John and Tracy Diaz, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [731 Carolina Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909497. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-088 

VICTOR D. BEARD, Appellant [Protesting issuance on April 26, 

(12) vs. [1990, to Seto Family Trust, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [432 - 40th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8908703 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(13) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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30 MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

O WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1990 

/£ /^ 4:30 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



(1) Presentation by Amit K. Ghosh, Ph.D., Chief of Comprehensive Planning from Depart- 
ment of City Planning on Residential Conservation Zoning Study and proposed new stan- 
dards. 



The regular calendar will begin at 5:00 p.m. 

(2) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Robert Hayn requesting the Board to take jurisdiction over permit 
issued for expansion of the residence at 142 Acadia Street. Application No. 8717282. 

Permit issued June 28, 1989 

Appeal period ended July 13, 1989 

Request for jurisdiction May 11, 1990 



(3) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-079 

FRANCIS LEWIS, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on April 18, 

vs. [1990, to Patrick Fealy, permit 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2010 Judah Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909455. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-062 



RUSSIAN HILL NEIGHBORS, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 20, 1990, to Joan 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Crowley, permit to Alter 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 

[1164 - 66 Filbert Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8915654 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-074 

ROBERT A. JOHNSON, Appellant ~t Revocation on April 10, 1990, 

(6) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle permit 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [dba "City Cab Company". 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-091 

RONALD E. HOTHEM, Appellant "lAppealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty imposed on May 10, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [201 Hoffman Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8917163. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-092 

CHI-NG LAN & MAI-TZU LIN LAN, [Appealing for Refund of 

Appellants [Penalty imposed on May 7, 

(8) vs. [1990, for work done at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [2451 - 35th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8903114. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-095 



GUILLERMO CUADRA, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(9) vs. [Penalty imposed on May 21, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1150 Alemany Blvd. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8809863. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-097 

STEVE PETERSON/AD ART INC., Appellant [Denial on May 10, 1990, of 

(10) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [2529 Van Ness Avenue Awning, 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9002082. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-093 

CAROL GORDON, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [April 30, 1990, to Meiyan 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Enterprises, Inc. permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[156 Ellis Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8923447S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-094 

HAWK N. LEE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(12) vs. [April 30, 1990, to Tommy 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Conner and Carrie Messina, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 142 Chilton Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9002740 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL* NO. 90-096 

SVEND RUPERT PETERSEN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on May 4, 

(13) vs. [1990, to Guillermo L. Amigo, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 249 Winding Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8904132 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 hearing 
room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office at 
554-6720 for scheduling ©r 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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco. California 94102 







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MEETING OF THE BOARD Of PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1990 

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



(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

Letter from Patrick J. Stack, owner of 1439 Baker Street, requesting the Board to 
take jurisdiction over denial on May 23, 1990, of rear yard and usable open space 
variances by Department of City Planning. 



Decision released 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



May 23, 1990 
June 4, 1990 
June 12, 1990 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-042 



(3) 



SAM RESELBACH, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty imposed on 
[March 5, 1990, for work 
[done at 900 Rivera St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8924410. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-093 



REAMONA KOURY, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



'[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on May 21, 
[1990, for work done at 
[2998 Mission Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9007888. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-098 



ROSA RUIZ, MARIA ONTIVEROS, 
ZENAIDA SANCHEZ, Appellants 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on May 7, 
[1990, to Remberto Sainez, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[979 - 979A Alabama Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8914338. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6) 



APPEAL NO. 90-100 

BETTY BURTON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on May 9, 

vs. _ [1990, to Wan Yee Francis, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, RespondepJ^cuMErrra DEPT' [permit to Alter a Building at 



CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 






M. A. LINDQUIST COMPANY, Inc., 

Appellant 
(7A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



■JUN 1 

Public library 

APPEAL NO. 90-103 



[320 Dorantes Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9006842. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



[Protesting issuance on May 11, 
[1990, to D. N. & E. Walter Co., 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 560 Mission Street. 



'APPLICATION 
FOR HEARING 



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APPEAL NO. 90-104 

TSI WANG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on May 11, 

(7B) vs. [1990, to D. N. & E. Walter Co., 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 560 Mission Street. 

k [APPLICATION NO. 9005201. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(8) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 







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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1990 

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



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(1) HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Peter N. Kaiser, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over 
denial on May 31, 1990, by Department of City Planning, of rear yard variance sought 
for 4131 - 19th Street. 



Decision released 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



May 31, 1990 
June 11, 1990 
June 14, 1990 



ITEM B : Letters from Gisela M. Gustorf, Raymond L. Vela and Carol S. Johnson, re- 
questing the Board take jurisdiction over permit isssued for a vertical addition 
of the residence at 424 Lansdale Avenue. Application No. 9005591S. 



Permit issued 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



May 29, 1990 
June 13, 1990 
June 14, 1990 



REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM C : Letter from Ronald E. Hothem, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal 
No. 90-091 . Hearing June 6, 1990. After discussion, upon motion of President Makras, 
the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the penalty. The appellant 
was not present. 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-107 



GEORGE BANKOVICH, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on May 17, 1990, of. 
[Billard Parlor permit dba 
["Reflections" at 1160 Polk St. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BLACKSTONE COURT ASSOCIATION, 

Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL, NO. 90-108 



[Protesting reissuance on 
[May 18, 1990, to George 
[Bovone and Al Giannini, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 1555 Lombard Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8800816 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



WING WAH JANG, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 90-085 



I Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 7, 1990, for work done 
[at 917 Cole Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9006447 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-007 

MR. & MRS. EMIL SKANDARIAN, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [December 29, 1989, to Jay and 

(6) vs. [Ellie Shukert, permit to Alter 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [a Building at 60 San Felipe Ave 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8907647. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-105 

R. H. GOLDSTEIN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(7) vs. [May 16, 1990, to Pedro Rivera, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1355 Minna Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9006954. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-106 

RODNEY J. SHAPIRO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(8) vs. [May 16, 1990, to David Woodward 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [115 - 10th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9003222 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE loARD OF PERMIT APPEALS ^uments dept, 



WEDNESDAY/ JULY 11, 1990 f > mQ 



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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
REQUEST FOR REHEARIN6: 

ITEM A : Letter from Timothy J. Lee, Esq., on behalf of Maria Ontiveros, 
Zenaida Sanchez and Rosa Ruiz, appellants and tenants at 979A Alabama Street 
requesting rehearing of APPEAL MO. 90-098 Hearing June 20, 1990. After 
discussion, upon motion of President Makras, the Board voted 2-3 to UPHOLD 
the departments and to GRANT the permit to convert the building to one-family 
use. Vice President Marks and Commissioners House and Melbostad dissented. 
Four votes being necessary to overrule, the permit is upheld. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

ITEM B: Letter from Daniel Wah, homeowner of 2266 - 15th Avenue requesting that 
the Board take jurisdiction over the denial of his application to remove sidewalk 
tree, and -ether material from the sidewalk and denial of a public hearing before 
the Director of Public Works, on March 23, 1990. 

Denial of application March 23, 1990 

Appeal period ended April 9, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction June 27, 1990 

ITEM C : Letter from Siriyarn Chaiwatt of 1850 17th Avenue requesting that the Board 
take jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 8910623 issued on January 
16, 1990. A penalty was imposed on him for work done without permit. 

Permit issued January 16, 1990 

Appeal period ended January 31, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction July 3, 1990 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS. PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED: 

ITEM D: Appeal No. 90-108. Hearing June 27, 1990. After discussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner House, the Board voted 3-2 to UPHOLD the departments and to GRANT 
the permit for a one-family house at 1555 Lombard Street in the Blackstone Court 
Historic District. Vice President Marks and Commissioner Melbostad dissented. 

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

APPEAL NO. 90-112 

DENNIS RING, Appellant ,, [Denial on May 22, 1990, of 

(3) vs. [Place of Entertainment permit 
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [dba "Julie's Supper Club" at 

Respondent [1123 - 27 Folsom Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-111 

CHRISTEN J. WEGENER, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [June 4, 1990, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 725 Treat Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9002778 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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ROBERT M. TIBBITS, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 



90-110 

~~ [^Appealing conditions of 
[approval requiring full 
[fireproofing and sprinkling 
[of entire building by Bureau 
[of Building Inspection for 
[alterations at 386 Chestnut St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000504. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-115 



CHARLES & LESLIE FETTERMAN, 

Appellants 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on June 11, 1990, of 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 205 Shipley Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8923752. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-116 



(7) 



DAVID AU, Appellant 

vs. 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on June 4, 1990, 
[of permit for a Coin Laundry 
[at 1459 Baker Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-113 



ACADIA STREET NEIGHBORS, 

Appellants 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on June 28, 
[1989, to Richard Gossen, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[142 Acadia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8717282. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 






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



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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Rodney and Jacqueline Shapiro requesting rehearing of Appeal 
No. 90-106 . Hearing June 27, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner 
Prior, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner House absent) to UPHOLD the departments 
and to GRANT the permit. 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM B : Appeal No. 90-108 . Hearing June 27, 1990. After discussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner House, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President Marks and Commissioner 
Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD the departments and to GRANT the permit for a one- 
family house at 1555 Lombard Street in the Blackstone Court Historic District. Con- 
sideration continued from meeting of July 11, 1990. 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-113 

ACADIA STREET NEIGHBORS, [Protesting issuance on June 28, 

Appellants [1989, to Richard Gossen, 

vs. [permit to Erect a Structure 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 142 Acadia Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8717282. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY 
[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 
[JULY 11, 1990. 



APPEAL NO. 90-101 

RAMA ANANDA, Appellant [Denial on May 9, 1990, 

vs. [of Pedicab Owner permit for 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [additional route in Chinatown. 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

ISCOTT DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-102 

MISSION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT [Protesting issuance on May 17, 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [1990, to Victoria Kantarzhi, 

vs. [Second Hand Dealer/Second Hand 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Deal_er-State/Pawnbroker permits 

Respondent [dba "A to Z Pawnbroker" at 

[2054 Mission Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-118 

MARK HOUSE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(6) vs. [Penalty imposed on June 15, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2834-36-38 Buchanan Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8913761. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-123 



AMY M.H. LAO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [June 21, 1990, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 111 Chester Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9009978. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-125 

AMAZON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, [Imposition of Penalty on 

Appellant [June 21, 1990, for work done 

(8) vs. [at 185 Banks Street. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [APPLICATION NO. 9011388. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-120 

JOHN CATENA, Appellant [Denial on June 15, 1990, of 

(9) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 3121 - 23 Steiner Street, 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8712791. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-117 

HARVEY & LUCILA GOOD, Appellants "[Protesting issuance on June 7, 

(10) vs. [1990, to John Wong, permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Demolish a Buildinq at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [328 - 330 Shotwell'Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9005215. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-121 

MAGGIE DOW, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 4, 

(11) vs. [1990, to Joe Jaska, permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1457 Quesada Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8920347. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-122 

ESTHER OPPENHEIMER, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on June 5, 

(12) vs. [1990, to Urban Homes, Inc., 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a Structure at 

CITY PLANNING APRPOVAL [2323 Noriega Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8902350. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 







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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1990 
5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL documents dspt. 

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PUBLIC LIBBAB1 
1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from David Au, owner of 1459 Baker Street, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal 90-116 . Hearing July 11, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by Vice Presi- 
dent Marks, the Board voted 4-1 (President Makras dissented) to UPHOLD the depart- 
ment and to DENY the permit for a coin laundry. 



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



APPEAL NO. 89-255 



PERRY BOUSSINA, Appellant 
3) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Revocation on November 14, 1989, 
[of Dance Hall Keeper/Place of 
[Entertainment permit at 
[3231 Fillmore Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



i\unnt_b iIvjiiICii, >-i|^pv,i . u 1 1 v, 

4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-091 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on May 10, 
[1990, for work done at 
[201 Hoffman Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917163. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-126 



RICHARD LEE, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 25, 1990, for work 
[done at 861 Valencia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8913730. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-127 



WILLIAM PRIEUR, Appellant 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 20, 1990, for work done 
[at 1638 - 40 Haight Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000777. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DIANE MORAN, Appellant 
7 ) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-129 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 26, 1990, for work done 
[at 322 Cumberland Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9008252. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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EHRHARDT GROOTHOFF, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-130 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 26, 1990, for work done 
[at 814 Fell Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9008132. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



HENRY D. HANSEN, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-133 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 29, 1990, for work done 
[at 201 - 05 Eureka Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005367. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-007 



MR. & MRS. EMIL SKANDARIAN, 

Appellants 
0) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 29, 1989, to Jay and 
[El lie Shukert, permit to Alter 
[a Building at 60 San Felipe Ave, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907647. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-128 



NEIGHBORS & PROPERTY OWNERS 
ASSOCIATION, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting reissuance on June 
[18, 1990, to Mr. & Mrs. Wallace 
[Lim, permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 50 Torrens Court. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8609945. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-131 



ANDREW R. MOSS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 21, 1990, to Phil! is 
[Udovch, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 502 Liberty Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9009688. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-137 



ROBERT HARTMAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 18, 1990, to Vibeke 
[Strand and Jack Loftis, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 546 - 29th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8900637. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS . PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1990 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 



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(1) Informational presentation on the landmarks process by Michael Crowe, architectural 
historian for the National Parks Service and member of the S.F. Landmarks Preservation 
Advisory Board. 

Regular calendar will begin at 5:00 p.m. 

(2) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Roberto Barrigan of the Mission Economic Development Association, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-102 . Hearing July 18, 1990. After discussion, 
upon motion by Vice President Marks, the Board voted 3-1 (Commissioner Melbostad 
dissented and Commissioner House absent) to deny the permit. Four votes being neces- 
sary to overrule, the department is deemed UPHELD and the permit GRANTED . 

ITEM B : Letter from Anthony Guell of Amazon Construction Company, requesting rehear- 
ing of Appeal No. 90-125 . Hearing July 18, 1990. After discussion, upon motion 
by President Makras, the Board voted 3-1 (Vice President Marks dissented and Com- 
missioner House absent) to overrule the department and reduce the penalty to two 
times the regular or $200.86. Four votes being necessary to overrule the department, 
the department is UPHELD and the penalty SUSTAINED . 

ITEM C : Letter from Sue Hestor, attorney for the Blackstone Court Association, re- 
questing rehearing of Appeal No. 90-108 . Hearing June 27, 1990. After discussion, 
upon motion by Commissioner House (Vice President Marks and Commissioner Melbostad 
dissented, the Board voted 3-2, to UPHOLD the department and GRANT said permit. 
Further hearing July 18, 1990. Upon motion by President Makras, the Board voted 
4-0 (Commissioner House was absent) to ADOPT Findings as amended on July 18, 1990. 

ITEM D : Letter from Bonnie Feingold-Hartman, appellant, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 90-137 . Hearing August 1, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by Vice 
President Marks, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Melbostad absent)to UPHOLD the 
department and GRANT said permit. 



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



♦APPEAL NO. 90-120 

JOHN CATENA, Appellant TDenial on June 15, 1990, of 

(4) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 3121 - 23 Steiner Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8712791. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY, 
[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 
[JULY 18, 1990. 

* See page 3 for information on site inspection. 



APPEAL NO. 90-136 

JANUSZ S. KORBER, Appellant [Suspension on June 19, 1990 

(5) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle Per- 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [mit (July 6 - July 10, 1990). 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-142 



JAMAL D. & MICHELE JAWAD, Appellants 
(6) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Denial on June 19, 1990, 
[of Mechanical Amusement 
[Device, dba "Suprette Market" 
[at 128 Eddy Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7) 



APPEAL NO. 90-135 



ANNIE T. CAYABYAB, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 2, 1990, for work done 
[at 153 Bertita Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9009871. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-109 



JEAN CHABAN, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"LDenial on May 21, 1990, 
[of permit to convert Hotel 
[from Residential to Tourist 
[Use at 684 Ellis Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-139 



(9) 



D & A EDGEWOOD LTD 



vs. 



PARTNERSHIP, 
Appellant 



DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent 



"[Denial on June 21, 1990, of 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 125 Edgewood Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902207. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-134 



FLORENCE MITCHELL, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 15, 1990, to Gordon 
[Wong, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 307 Mangels Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808478. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-138 



GUILLERMO & JOSEPHINE FONG, Appellants 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on June 
[19, 1990, to Peter Franceschi 
[and Catherine O'Shea, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1 Brussels Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8924586. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-149 



CAROL JOHNSON, RAYMOND VELA, 
GIESELA GUSTORF, Appellants 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on May 29, 
[1990, to Susan Foe and Gerald 
[Schmidt, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 424 Lansdale Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005591. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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PATRICK J. STACK, Appellant 
(13) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V90-140 

"[Denial on May 23, 1990, 
[of Rear Yard and Usable 
[Open Space Variances Sought 
[for property located at 
[1439 Baker Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.554V 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V90-141 



PETER N. KAISER, Appellant 
(14) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Denial on May 31, 1990, of 
[Rear Yard Variance Sought 
[for property located at 
[4131 - 19th Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.441V 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD 
SITE INSPECTION 



APPEAL NO. 90-120 



JOHN CATENA, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on June 15, 1990, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 3121 - 23 Steiner Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8712791 
[SITE INSPECTION FRIDAY, 
[AUGUST 17, 1990 AT 8700 A.M. 



_Date posted: August 13, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1990 

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5:00 P.M., ROOM 282/ CITY HALL ^" ° wp ^ v 

(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Perry S. Acosta, owner of 53 - 59 Moss Street, requesting that 
the Board take jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 9003215. 

Penalty imposed April 19, 1990 

Appeal period ended May 4, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction August 15, 1990 

ITEM B : Letter from Carlos J. Morales, owner of 228 Whipple Avenue, requesting that 
the Board take jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 8902374. 

Penalty imposed June 22, 1990 

Appeal period ended July 9, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction August 22, 1990 

ITEM C : Letter from Robert W. Gorter, M.D., requesting that the Board take jurisdic- 
tion over Variance Decision Case No. 89.535V. 

Decision released May 11, 1990 

Appeal period ended May 21, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction August 22, 1990 

ITEM D : Letter from Marshall Hornstein, contractor for 1125 Shafter Avenue, request- 
ing that the Board take jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 9012440. 

Penalty imposed June 26, 1990 

Appeal period ended July 11, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction August 22, 1990 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-125 

AMAZON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, [Imposition of Penalty on 

Appellant [June 21, 1990, for work done 

(3) vs. [at 185 Banks Street. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [APPLICATION NO. 9011388. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-124 

MAHMOOD ESFARJANY, Appellant ~t Revocation on June 6, 1990, 

(4) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit ("Luxor Cab Company") 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-150 

BRIAN B. CASEY, Appellant [Suspension on June 26, 1990, 

(5) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit ("Luxor Cab Company") 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OP PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 29, 1990 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 90-160 

ROBERT BATCHELOR, Appellant [Protesting issuance on July 16, 

(6) vs. [1990, to Peter Yorke Associates, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1445 Sutter Street. 

REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9008122. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-145 

JAMES H. HARTL, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [July 9, 1990, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 533-35-37 Steiner Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9013172. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-147 

CONRAD H. BOWMAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [July 11, 1990, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2001 San Jose Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9003256. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-148 

MARTA RANGEL-WONG, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

(9) vs. [July 2, 1990, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 21 Vicksburg Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NOT 9007368. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-146 

WILLIAM J. HARTER, Appellant [Denial on July 9, 1990, of 

(10) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 508 - 510 Roosevelt Way. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8905219. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-143 

CAROL A. HUGHES, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 

(11) vs. [20, 1990, to Michael Boughton 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Hal Murphy, permit to Erect 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Structure at 830 Wisconsin St, 

[APPLICATION NO. 8900312. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-144 

MICHAEL T. GEISER, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 

,12) vs. [25, 1990, to Eric Weaver, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2001 Wawona Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8917117. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



>13) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 
Dat e posted: August 23, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 

Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154A, 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 PERM IT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1990 
01 & 5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL ^ bU ° UB 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Charles J. Miller, attorney for Peter and Mary Buffett, former 
owners of 2032 Scott Street, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over Building 
Permit Application No. 8808555. 

Date of revocation June 5, 1990 

Appeal period ended June 20, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction August 27, 1990 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Carol Johnson, requesting rehearing of Appeal 90-149 . Hearing 
August 22, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner House, the Board 
voted 2-2 (Vice President Marks and Commissioner Melbostad dissented, Commissioner 
Prior absent) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 

ITEM C : Letter from Michael T. Geiser, requesting rehearing of Appeal 90-144. Hear- 
ing August 22, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Prior, the Board 
voted 3-2 (Vice President Marks and Commissioner Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD the 
department and GRANT the permit. 



2) Public Comment: Presentation shall oe limited to tnree (3) minutes for eacn speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-146 

WILLIAM J. HARTER, Appellant [Denial on July 9, 1990, of 

3) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 508 - 510 Roosevelt Way. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8905219. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-101 

RAMA ANANDA, Appellant [Denial on May 9, 1990, 

vs. [of Pedicab Owner permit for 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [additional route in Chinatown. 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

I SCOTT DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-168 

TED LAMPROS, Appellant [Interpretation by the Zoning 

vs. [Administrator on August 3, 1990, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [that Sections 180 thru 185 of 

[the Planning Code do apply 
[to the nonconforming use of the 
[gas station/repair shop at 
[2095 - 19th Avenue. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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6) 



APPEAL NO. 90-128 



NEIGHBORS & PROPERTY OWNERS 
ASSOCIATION, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting reissuance on June 
[18, 1990, to Mr. & Mrs. Wallace 
[Lim, permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 50 Torrens Court. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8609945. 
LFOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 
[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 
[AUGUST 1, 1990. 



APPEAL NO. 90-131 



7) 



ANDREW R. MOSS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 21, 1990, to Phil! is 
[Udovch, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 502 Liberty Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9009688. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 
[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 
[AUGUST 1, 1990. 



APPEAL NO. 90-134 



FLORENCE MITCHELL, Appellant 
8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 15, 1990, to Gordon 
[Wong, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 307 Mangels Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808478. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



DAVID AU, Appellant 
9) vs. 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-116 



[Denial on June 4, 1990, 
[of permit for a Coin Laundry 
[at 1459 Baker Street. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-152 



PORFIRIO MIER, Appellant 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 9, 1990, for work 
[done at 84 Camellia Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8812536. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-153 



EVAN P. WRIGHT, Appellant 
11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on July 23 
[1990, for work done at 
[866 - 870 Haight Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9006527. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



LILA DONG, Appellant 
12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-155 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 25, 1990, for work done 
[at 1232-34 - 6th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8911569. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OE THE BOARD OE PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 12, 1990 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 90-165 

ANDERSON ENTERPRISES, INC. [Imposition of Penalty on 

13) vs. [August 2, 1990, for work done 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1525 Howard Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9013456. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 90-121 

MAGGIE DOW, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 4, 

14) vs. [1990, to Joe Jaska, permit to 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1457 Quesada Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8920347. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-154 

CARMEN GOLDSMITH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on July 11, 

15) vs. [1990, to Saul and Liliana Rayo, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [259 Edinburgh Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9006014. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-169 

RICHARD & ANU BULLIS, Appellants [Protesting issuance on August 

16) vs. [7, 1990, to Steve & Nina Moore, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2083 - 10th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8915923. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



17) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three minutes for each speaker. 



ate posted: September 6, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Justin Raimondo, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over 
Building Permit Application No. 8710058. 

Date issued March 16, 1990 

Appeal period ended April 2, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction September 12, 1990 

ITEM B : Letter from Carol J. Arri , requesting the Board take jurisdiction over Build- 
ing Permit Application No. 8916770. 

Date issued August 20, 1990 

Appeal period ended September 4, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction September 13, 1990 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-121 

MAGGIE DOW, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 4, 1990, to Joe Jaksa, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1457 Quesada Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8920347. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 

[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 

[SEPTEMBER 12, 1990. 



APPEAL NO. 90-102 

MISSION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT [Protesting issuance on May 17, 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [1990, to Victoria Kantarzhi, 

vs. [Second Hand Dealer/Second Hand 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Dealer-State/Pawnbroker permits 

Respondent [dba "A to Z Pawnbroker" at 

[2054 Mission Street. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-136 

JANUSZ S. KORBER, Appellant [Suspension on June 19, 1990 

5) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle Per- 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [mit (July 6 - July 10, 1990). 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-158 

CHAIWATT SIRIYARN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

)) vs. [imposed on July 27, 1990, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 1850 - 17th Avenue 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8910623. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-161 

RAYMOND WOO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [July 31, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1521 - 23 Lake Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8910697. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-162 

RICHARD FRAIGE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

I) vs. [Penalty imposed on July 20, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1990, for work done at 

[500 - 516 Hayes Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9007921. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-156 

KEPA ASKENASY & JENNIFER MORLA, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [July 11, 1990, to Judith L. 

J) vs. [Baer, permit to Alter a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 871 Wisconsin St, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8916484. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-163 

REJANE DROBEY, Appellant [Protesting issuance on July 19, 

10) vs. [1990, to Duval & Wittnebel, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1807 Scott Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8919307. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-164 

LILLIAN JOHNS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on July 23, 

11) vs. [1990, to Porter E. Sprague, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Alter a Building at 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1100 Lake Merced Blvd. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9009142. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three minutes for each speaker. 



ite posted: September 20, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER^, 1990 &°c u 
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2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 90-221 



NISSIM LANYADOO, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on September 
[7, 1990, to Peter Yorke Associates, 
[permit to Erect a Building at 
[1445 Sutter Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9003653. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-171 



ANTHONY DI GENOVA, Appellant 
4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on Auqust 3, 1990. for 
[for work done at 176 Paqe Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907526. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



LOUIS B. CIBOTTI, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



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[Imposition of Penalty on 
[Auqust 15, 1990, for work done 
[at 3760 - 22nd Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9008239. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-216 



MARCUS KREMP, Appellant 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 18, 1990, for work 
[done at 1002 Hyde Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9011823. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-159 



MONROE & BARBARA BAER, Appellants 
7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on July 17, 
[1990. to Joseph & Pamela 
[Bonino, to Alter a Buildinq at 
[224 Sea Cliff Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9012495 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



PATRICIA B. HUGHES, Appellant 
8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-166 



[Protesting issuance on July 24, 
[1990, to Aldo Stemberqa, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 66 Banks Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8602196 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-173 

COLLEEN BENNETT-ALVERS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on Auqust 

9A) vs. [1, 1990, to Van & Mieko Obermuller, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a Buildinq at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1131 Irving Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8908234. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-174 

JOSEPH & DALE SOLARIC, Appellants [Protesting issuance on August 

9B) vs. n. 1990, to Van & Mieko Obermuller, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1131 Irvinq Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8908234. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-177 



MATTHEW DAMES, Appellant [Protesting issuance on August 

90 vs. [1, 1990, to Van & Mieko Obermuller, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a Building at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1131 Irvinq Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8908234. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-187 

FRANCOISE GOSPODAROWICZ, Appellant [Protesting issuance on August 

10) vs. [13, 1990, permit to Alter a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 222 Maywood Drive. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8916526. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



ate posted: September 27, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 






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PUBLIC LIBrfAfiV 
(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal Nos. 90-173, 174, 177 . Hearing October 3, 1990. After discussion, 
upon motion by President Makras, the Board voted 2-3 (Commissioners House, Melbostad 
and Prior dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. Four votes are 
needed to overrule a department. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM B : Letter from Porter E. Sprague, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-164 . 
Hearing September 26, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by President Makras, the 
Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Prior absent) to OVERRULE the department and DENY the 
permit. 

ITEM C : Letter from Francoise Gospodarowicz, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
90-187 . Hearing October 3, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by President Makras, 
the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 

ITEM D : Letter from David Cincotta, attorney for appellants requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-156 . Hearing September 26, 1990. After discussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner House, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Prior absent) to UPHOLD 
the department and GRANT the permit. 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BhYUNU HFTEEw-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM E : Letter from the Residents/Owners of Peru Avenue, requesting the Board take 
jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 89066255 to erect a building at 
842 Peru Street. 

Date issued September 4, 1990 

Appeal period ended September 19, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction October 9, 1990 

ITEM F : Letter from Barbara Redalia, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over Building Permit Application No. 9003256 to erect a wire mesh fence on the roof 
of 2001 San Jose Avenue. 

Date issued September 21, 1990 

Appeal period ended October 9, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction October 10, 1990 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-102 

MISSION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT [Protesting issuance on May 17, 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [1990, to Victoria Kantarzhi, 

vs. [Second Hand Dealer/Second Hand 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Dealer-State/Pawnbroker permits 

Respondent [dba "A to Z Pawnbroker" at 

[2054 Mission Street. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 17, 1990 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 90-142 



JAMAL D. & MICHELE JAWAD, Appellants 
(4) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Denial on June 19, 1990, 
[of Mechanical Amusement 
[Device, dba "Suprette Market" 
[at 128 Eddy Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-180 



(5) 



RONALD L. FISHMAN, Appellant 

vs . 
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Revocation on August 10, 
[1990, of Driver Public Vehicle 
[permit ("Yellow Cab Company"). 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-221 



(6) 



NISSIM LANYADOO, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on September 
[7, 1990, to Peter Yorke Associates, 
[permit to Erect a Building at 
[1445 Sutter Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9003653. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-178 



(7) 



PAUL E. RABIN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 20, 1990, for work 
[done at 71 Lopez Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005597. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-181 



(8) 



JUN ISHIMURO, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 20, 1990, for work done 
[at 531 - 33 Alvarado Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9012033. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-182 



NOE & REGINA MORAN, Appellants 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 13, 1990, for work 
[done at 101 Bosworth Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8906027. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-183 



JOHN SZETO, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 23, 1990, for work 
[done at 627 Judah Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9009921. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 17, 1990 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 90-184 



MAR'S ASSOCIATION, INC., Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on August 20, 1990, for 
[work done at 27h Ross Alley. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8906215. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



CAROL JEAN ARRI , Appellant 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-228 



"[Protesting issuance on August 
[20, 1990, to Peter Rounds, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 577 Vienna Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8916770. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



JEAN CHABAN, Appellant 
(13) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-109 



[Denial on May 21, 1990, 
[of permit to convert Hotel 
[from Residential to Tourist 
[Use at 684 Ellis Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(14) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



jate posted: October 11, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 







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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1990 

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DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

OCT ? 2 1990 

FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Patricia B. Hughes, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-166 , 
66 Banks Street. Hearing October 3, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by President 
Makras, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President Marks and Commissioner House dissented) 
to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 

ITEM B : Letter from Joseph and Dale Solaric, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
90-174 , 1131 Irving Street. Hearing October 3, 1990. After discussion, upon motion 
by President Makras, the Board voted 2-3 (Commissioners House, Melbostad and Prior 
dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 



REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM C : Letter from the Residents/Owners of Peru Avenue, requesting the Board take 
jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 8906255 to erect a building at 
842 Peru Street. 



Date issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction 



September 4, 1990 
September 19, 1990 
October 9, 1990 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-176 



PATRICIA FRIPP, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 16, 1990, for work 
[at 525 - 27 Hugo Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8902662. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



done 



APPEAL NO. 90-188 



CRAIG J. LOEFFLER, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 22, 1990, for work done 
[at 2233 - 2235 Bryant Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8921078. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-190 



JOHN KIEFER, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on August 27, 1990, for 
[work done at 4185 - 26th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9010814. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-191 



NADINE BAUER, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 27, 1990, for work done 
[at 149 - 151 Dorado Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005978. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 24, 1990 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 90-192 



VIC C. VILLAMEJOR, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 28, 1990, for work 
[done at 72 Ottawa Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8912679. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-195 



PERRY S. ACOSTA, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[April 19, 1990, for work 
[done at 53 - 59 Moss Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9003215. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-197 



JOSE G. RAMIREZ, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on August 20, 1990, 
[for work done at 157 Chenery St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8900335. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



CARLOS J. MORALES, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-198 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 22, 1990, for work done 
[at 228 Whipple Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 8302: 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-199 



JERRY KLEIN, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on August 31, 1990, for 
[work done at 2455 Jackson Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9012970. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-241 



JOSEPH COLLINS & HARRY CLARK, 
(12) Appellants 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on October 
[15, 1990, for work done at 
[3857 - 18th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005903. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ALLAN CHIU, Appellant 
(13) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-194 



"[Denial on August 28, 1990, 
[of permit to Alter a Build- 
ting at 705 - 2nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9009728. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



THOMAS GILLE, Appellant 
(14) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-196 



"[Denial on August 23, 1990, 
[of permit to Alter a Build- 
[ing at 772 - 2nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9013277. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 2*\, 1990 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 90-193 

BUZZELL ELECTRIC WORKS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on August 

(15) vs. [17, 1990, to Patrick Media Group, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Inc., permit to Erect a Sign at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1201 Mission Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9016527. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: October 18, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PEWIT APPEALS 
San Francisco, CA 94102 




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f MEETING OF THE BOARD QF*PERMIT APPEALS 

]j WEDNESDAY /NOVEMBER 7, 1990 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282/ CITY HALL m % lbbU 

(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Joseph Bravo, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-109 , 684 
Ellis Street. Hearing October 17, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by Vice Presi- 
dent Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and DENY the permit. 

ITEM B : Letter from Joseph and Dale Solaric, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
90-174 , 1131 Irving Street. Hearing October 3, 1990. After discussion, upon motion 
by President Makras, the Board voted 2-3 (Commissioners House, Melbostad and Prior 
dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 

ITEM C : Letter from John Szeto, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-183 , 627 Judah 
Street. Hearing October 17, 1990. After discussion, upon motion by President Makras, 
the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Prior dissented) to UPHOLD the department and SUS- 
TAIN the penalty. The appellant was not present. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM D : Letter from the Residents/Owners of Peru Avenue, requesting the Board take 
jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 8906255 to erect a building at 
842 Peru Street. 

Date issued September 4, 1990 

flpnoal r>QyirvH anrf&ri ^ontpmho^ 1 Q 1 QQO 

Request for jurisdiction October 9, 1990 

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



APPEAL NO. 90-121 

MAGGIE DOW, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 4, 1990, to Joe Jaksa, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1457 Quesada Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8920347. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 

[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 

[SEPTEMBER 12, 1990. 



APPEAL NO. 90-251 

PATRICIA CARSON MAJOR, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [October 9, 1990, to William 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Wong, a massage establishment 

Respondent [permit at 644 Jones Street dba 

["Aloha Spa". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-203 

ENRIQUE ROMAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

5) vs. [September 7, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 759 - 61 Capp Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9010862. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



TING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 1, 1990 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 90-204 



MANUEL V. TIRAN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 3, 1990, for work done 
[at 460 Staples Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907898. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-210 



MARGERY K. BLUM, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 14, 1990, for work 
[done at 2063 Broadway Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9010232. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-211 



GARY HODGE, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 7, 1990, for work 
[done at 1125 Shafter Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9012440. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-209 



CHRISTINE E. CARNES, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 4, 1990, to 
[Matthew A. Smyth, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[332 Molimo Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8915471 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-245 



KATHLEEN FRANKLIN, Appellant 
10) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Appealing determination by 
[the Zoning Administrator dated 
[October 12, 1990 that a second 
["dwelling with artist work space" 
[at 3350 - 3352 20th Street in 
[an NC district must provide a 
[new off-street parking space 
[even though a "live/work" unit 
[is not required to have an off- 
[street parking space under the 
[Planning Code. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: November 1, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

City and County of San Francisco 

Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 










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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1990 

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

1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Joseph and Dale Solaric, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
90-174 , 1131 Irving Street. Hearing October 3, 1990. After discussion, upon motion 
by President Makras, the Board voted 2-3 (Commissioners House, Melbostad and Prior 
dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 

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



APPEAL NO. 90-183 



JOHN SZETO, Appellant 
3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 23, 1990, for work 
[done at 627 Judah Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9009921. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-101 



RAMA ANANDA, Appellant 
4) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 
ISCOTT DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on May 9, 1990, 
[of Pedicab Owner permit for 
[additional route in Chinatown 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-207 



JANIE CHI PIN HWANG, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 13, 1990, for work 
[done at 61 Del Monte Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9012334. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-208 



SCOTT I. BASSIN, Appellant 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 13, 1990, for work 
[done at 432 - 434 Hugo Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8903314. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-179 



ROBERT HILLMANN, Appellant 
7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 



NOV 






[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on August 20, 1990, for 
[for work done at 
[2610 California Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9014935. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 






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NADINE BAUER, Appellant 
8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-191 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 27, 1990, for work done 
[at 149 - 151 Dorado Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005978. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BINH YEN DUONG, Appellant 
9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-201 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 4, 1990, for work 
[done at 550 Octavia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8925538. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-212 



XAVIER J. GUERRERO, Appellant 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on September 
[14, 1990, for work done at 
[395 Staples Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8911523. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



VICTOR JAHODA, Appellant 
11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-213 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 17, 1990, for work 
[done at 1939 - 9th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8915638. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY, 



JAY TOBIN, Appellant 
12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-215 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 13, 1990, for work 
[done at 2051 Market Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8925033. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-200 



MONA L. OSTERHOUDT, Appellant 
13A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on August 
[20, 1990, to Tony Fazio, Marie 
[Jobling and Tony Campilongo, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[112 Fair Oaks Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9007945. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MONA L. OSTERHOUDT, Appellant 
13B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-220 



[Protesting issuance on September 
[7, 1990, to Tony Fazio, Marie 
[Jobling and Tony Campilongo, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[112 Fair Oaks Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8812308. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-202 

JERRY & AUDREY JEDLICKA, Appellants [Protesting issuance on August 

14) vs. [21, 1990, to Ahuva Jolish, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [309 Dell brook Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8909191. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-214 

KERRY A. ALLEN, PATRICIA A. SZUMOWSKI , [Protesting issuance on August 

& TERRY L. MARDIS, Appellants [31, 1990, to Union Oil Company 

15) vs. [of California permit to Demolish 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [a Building at 1400 S. Van Ness 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9011500. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-236 

JEFFREY KWONG & LILLY POON, [Protesting issuance on September 

Appellants [26, 1990, to Barbara Newsom, 

16) vs. [permit to Alter a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1914 Greenwich Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9007930. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



17) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



)ate posted: November 8, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 






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



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(1) HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE 
REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 



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ITEM A : Letter from Alice Suet Yee Barkley, requesting the Board take jurisdiction 
over revocation of Building Permit Application No. 8916378 to erect a one-family 
dwelling at 379 - 17th Avenue. 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-189 

JUAN TORRES, Appellant [Revocation on August 10, 1990, 

3) vs. [Dance Hall Keeper/Place of 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Entertainment permit dba "El 

Respondent [Tapatio" at 4742 Mission Street, 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-218 

EUGENE SUNGA, Appellant [Revocation on September 10, 

vs. [1990, of Driver Public Vehicle 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit (National Cab Company). 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-223 

SULEIMAN NAJDAWI, Appellant [Revocation on September 14, 

5) vs. [1990, of Driver Public Vehicle 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit (National Cab Company). 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-165 

ANDERSON ENTERPRISES, INC., Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

6) vs. [August 2, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1525 Howard Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9013456. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-175 

GEORGE L. GORBATENKO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

7) vs. [August 16, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 266 - 30th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8814414. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-217 



VINCENT COSGROVE, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

8) vs. [September 18, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 132-134 - 27th Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9013050. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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GRACE WONG, Appellant 
[9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-224 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 24, 1990, for work 
[done at 2572 California Street 
[APPLICATION NO. 9007031. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



PHILIP J. CAZAHOUS, Appellant 
[10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-219 



"[Denial on September 10, 1990, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 135 Villa Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9012028. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-225 



;n) 



TOBY S. LEVY & DAVID STERNBERG, 

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



[Protesting issuance on September 
[10, 1990, to Willey Chan, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[260 Clara Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8906712. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V90-222 



LITTLE HOLLYWOOD ASSOCIATION, 

Appellant 
12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Protesting granting on September 
[14, 1990, to Caz Nguyen, Minimum 
[Lot Area, Lot Width and Usable 
[Open Area Space Variances sought 
[for property located at 
[500 Blanken Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89-617EV.. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-257 



JOAN AND MICHAEL O'NEIL, Appellants 
13) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on October 
[19, 1990, to Ernest C. Cadelago, 
[permit to Erect a Building at 
[2506 Leavenworth Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8900127. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-260 



FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK, Appellant 
14) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Appealing determination by the 
[Zoning Administrator dated October 
[31, 1990 that no Certificate of 
[Occupancy can be issued for the 
[600 California Street project 
[unless Conditions 3 & 4 of the 
[Board motions of approval are 
[complied with (Appeal Nos. 
[87-183, 87-189 and 87-190). 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



!ate posted: November 20, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from David Thompson, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over 
the Zoning Administrator's determination denying expansion of an existing bar/restau- 
rant at 1849 Lincoln Way. 

Date issued October 19, 1990 

Appeal period ended November 5, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction November 20, 1990 



ITEM B : Letter from Jeffrey Young, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over the 
Zoning Administrator's denial of a side yard variance at 1975 - 8th Avenue. 

Date issued November 5, 1990 

Appeal period ended November 15, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction November 26, 1990 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM C : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-194 , 705 - 2nd Avenue. Hearing October 24 5 1990. After discussion, 
upon motion by Commissioner Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the department 
with the CONDITION that the kitchen and nonbearing partitions be removed and a recor- 
dation of a Notice of Special Restrictions be made by the appellant. 

ITEM D : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-196 , 772 - 2nd Avenue. Hearing October 24, 1990. After discussion, 
upon motion by President Makras, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Prior dissented) 
to OVERRULE the department with the CONDITION that a Notice of Special Restrictions 
be recorded and any in-lieu requirements by the Bureau of Building Inspection for 
a sleeping room be met. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



CONSENT CALENDAR - Item 3 to be acted upon without discussion. Appellant chose 

to accept corrected penalty with no hearing. 



APPEAL NO. 90-230 

MARILYN C0SENTIN0, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

) vs. [imposed on September 26, 1990, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [60 - 62 Winfield Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9012601. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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REGULAR CALENDAR 



APPEAL NO. 90-234 



JOTE KEJELA, Appellant 

vs. 
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE COMMISSION, 

Respondent 



[Police Commission Discussion 
[and Consideration for Adopting 
[or Rejecting the PC & N Hearing 
[Officer's Findings of Fact for 
[Public Convenience and Necessity 
[Taxicab Permits. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 659-90. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-226 



DANIEL Y. NG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[on September 27, 1990, for work 
[done at 2650 - 19th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9008813. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-233 



JEFFREY KEEFFE, Appellant 
)) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on October 3, 1990, for 
[work done at 20 - 26 Liberty St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9011122. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



1) 



APPEAL NO. 90-235 



PHILIP HWANG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[October 10, 1990, for work 
[done at 734 Athens Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9019715. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DENNIS N. GEE, Appellant 
3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-227 



"[Denial on September 20, 1990, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1456A - 8th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8915848. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



WILLIE BALLARD, Appellant 
9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-231 



"[Denial on September 21, 1990, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 810 Lyon Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005313. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



GUY RICARDO, Appellant 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-237 



[Protesting issuance on September 
[28, 1990, to Patrick Fealy, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[1660 - 48th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904390. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-260 

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK, Appellant [Appealing determination by the 

) vs. [Zoning Administrator dated October 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [31, 1990 that no Certificate of 

[Occupancy can be issued for the 
[600 California Street project 
[unless Conditions 3 & 4 of the 
[Board motions of approval are 
[complied with (Appeal Nos. 
[87-183, 87-189 and 87-190). 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



1 Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker 



te posted: December 6, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1990 

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






DEC x 41990 



1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from James Houillion, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over 
issuance of Building Permit Application No. 9021504 to alter a building at 445 Fill- 
more Street. 



Date issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction 



November 13, 1990 
November 28, 1990 
December 6, 1990 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



YUNG HOW LEE, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-238 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[October 12, 1990, for work 
[done at 879 - 34th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9008923. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MIKE HAZEL, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 90-244 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on October 5, 1990, for 
[for work done at 200 Kansas St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9016525. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ALICE HON, Appellant 
.5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-246 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[October 19, 1990 for work 
[done at 517 - 523 Green Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9006340. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DAVID PETERSON, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 90-247 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[October 23, 1990 for work done 
[at 545 - 547 Wisconsin Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9020043. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



HAIGHT-ASHBURY FREE CLINIC, 

Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-243 



"[Denial on October 16, 1990, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1696 - 1698 Haight Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005834. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-143 



CAROL A. HUGHES, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 

8) vs. [20, 1990, to Michael Boughton 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Hal Murphy, permit to Erect 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Structure at 830 Wisconsin St, 

[APPLICATION NO. 8900312. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-240 

JOHN H. LANE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on October 

(9) vs. [1, 1990, to James Bristol, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [833 Grafton Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8918143. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V90-205 

ROBERT W. GORTER, Appellant [Appealing Findings 1 and 4 

10) vs. [of variance granted on 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [May 11, 1990, for property 

[located at 1409 McAllister St. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.535V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



11) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



)ate posted: December 13, 1990 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1991 

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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR HEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Barry A. Hirshbein, Esq., requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
90-237 , 1660 - 48th Avenue. Hearing December 12, 1990. After discussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 3-2 (President Makras and Commissioner 
Prior dissented) to overrule the department and deny the permit. Four votes being 
necessary to overrule, the department is deemed UPHELD and the permit GRANTED . The 
appellant did not appear. 

ITEM B : Letter from Dennis N. Gee, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-227 , 1456A 
8th Avenue. Hearing December 12, 1990. After discussion, upon motion of Vice Presi- 
dent Marks, the Board voted 2-3 (President Makras, Commissioners House and Melbostad 
dissented) to UPHOLD the department and DENY the permit. 

ITEM C : Letter from Willie Ballard, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-231 , 810 
Lyon Street. Hearing December 12, 1990. After discussion, upon motion of Commis- 
sioner Melbostad, the Board voted 3-2 (President Makras and Commissioner Prior dis- 
sented) to overrule the department and grant the permit. Four votes being necessary 
to overrule, the department is deemed UPHELD and the permit DENIED . 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-259 

ALFONSO VILLEGAS, Appellant [Revocation on October 31, 1990, 

vs. [of Dance Hall Keeper/Place of 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Entertainment permits at 

Respondent [3395 Mission Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-248 

MANUEL V. TIRAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [October 10, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 96 Valmar Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8902026. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-249 

TAMMY L. YEUNG, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

vs. [imposed on October 24, 1990 for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 1465 - 26th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8924612. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-252 

ALFRED J. SANCHEZ, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(6) vs. [imposed on October 25, 1990 for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 100 Powell Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9021870. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 9, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 90-255 

DANIEL SULLIVAN & CARL OLSON, [imposition of Penalty on 

Appellants [November 1, 1990, for work done 

(7) vs. [at 1378-1380-1382 Haight Street, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [APPLICATION NO. 9012864. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. 






APPEAL NO. 90-258 



GLORIA CASSADY, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [November 5, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 33 Cragmont Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9006440. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-206 

THEODORE S. CONNELLY, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [August 24, 1990, to May & George 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1535 Francisco Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8816446. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-254 

ANTHONY FEUDO, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on October 

(10) vs. [17, 1990, to 570 Page Street 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 570 Page Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9005645. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-253 

MARY ANN CRISCI, Appellant [Determination of the Zoning 

(11) vs. [Administrator on October 15, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [1990, that an architect's 

[office at 200 Francisco Street 
[cannot be converted into a 
[dwelling unit under Section 182 
[(e) of the Planning Code because 
[the present use is not covered by 
[Section 185 although it is covered 
[by Section 186 which permits neigh- 
[borhood-serving commercial uses 
[to continue indefinitely. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V90-256 

W. K. MARTIN, INC., Appellant TDenial on October 24, 1990, of 

(12) vs. [Usable Open Space and Rear Yard 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Variances sought for property 

[located at 2174 Green Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.017V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(13) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 
Date posted: January 3, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 




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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1991 pocuwiEr* ft. 
5;0Q P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

(1) ANNUAL ELECTION OF BOARD OFFICERS 



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(2) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION : 

ITEM A : Letter from Jerome Fuentes, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over reissuance of Building Permit Application No. 9018019 to alter a building at 
69 Duboce Avenue. 



Date reissued 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



November 29, 1990 
December 14, 1990 
January 9, 1991 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS - PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED : 

ITEM B : Appeal No. 90-253 . Hearing January 9, 1991. The Board voted 5-0 to overrule 
the determination of the Zoning Administrator not allowing conversion of artist's 
office into a fourth dwelling unit at 200 Francisco Street. 

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



WILLIE BALLARD, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-231 



"[Denial on September 21, 1990, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 810 Lyon Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005313. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



GUY RICARDO, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS^ Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-237 



[Protesting issuance on September 
[28, 1990, to Patrick Fealy, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[1660 - 48th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904390. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



RAMA ANANDA 7 , Appellant 
(6) / vs, 

SAN FRANCISCO PQLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 
ISanT DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 90-1 01 



"[Denial on May 9, 1^90, 
[of Pedicai/ Owner/Jermit for 
[additional routeMn Chinatown 
[FOR HEADING TOtfAY. 






APPEAL NO. 90-189 



JUAN TORRES, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Revocation on August 10, 1990, 
[Dance Hall Keeper/Place of 
[Entertainment permit dba "El 
[Tapatio" at 4742 Mission Street, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-218 



EUGENE SUNGA, Appellant 
,8) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



[Revocation on September 10, 
[1990, of Driver Public Vehicle 
[permit (National Cab Company). 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 16, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 90-223 

SULEIMAN NAJDAWI, Appellant [Revocation on September 14, 

(9) vs. [1990, of Driver Public Vehicle 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit (National Cab Company). 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-269 

DEANNA LUI, Appellant [Denial on November 10, 1990, 

(10) vs. [of permit to Remove a Tree 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1924 - 34th Avenue. 

URBAN FORESTRY DISAPPROVAL [ORDER NO. 155,530. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-267 

EILEEN HANSEN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on November 

(HA) vs. [9, 1990, to Mr. & Mrs. Pat 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 126 Beaver Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9019760. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-276 

EILEEN HANSEN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on November 

(11B) vs. [26, 1990, to Mr. & Mrs. Pat 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 126 Beaver Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022716. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-268 

ROBERT A. GILL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on November 

(12) vs. [7, 1990, to Jun Ishimuro, Miako 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Ishimuro and Cara Black, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[531 - 533 Alvarado Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9012033. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V90-264 

JERRY KLEIN, Appellant fDenial on November 8, 1990, of 

[13) vs. [Off-Street Parking, Front Setback, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Unscreened Parking and Usable 

[Open Space Variances sought 
[for property located at 
[4022 - 21st Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90-123V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



' ate posted: January 10, 1991 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
REQUEST FOR REHEARING: 



ITEM A: 



No. 90-254, 570 



Letter from Anthony Feudo, requesting rehearing of Appeal 

Street. Hearing January 9, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner 

the Board voted 3-2 (Commissioners House and Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD 



Page 

Prior, 

the department and GRANT the permit. 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker 






(3) 



APPEAL NO. 90-234 



JOTE KEJELA, Appellant 

vs. 
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE COMMISSION, 

Respondent 



[Police Commission Discussion 
[and Consideration for Adopting 
[or Rejecting the PC & N Hearing 
[Officer's Findings of Fact for 
[Public Convenience and Necessity 
[Taxi cab Permits. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 659-90. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-282 



JOHN H. L0G6INS, Appellant 
A) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



[Denial on November 28, 
[1990 of Second Hand Dealer/ 
[Second Hand Dealer-State 
[permits dba "Big John's 
[Furniture & Misc." at 
[654 Fillmore Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-272 



ACME HOME ELEVATOR, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[November 30, 1990, for work 
[done at 2366 Broadway Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9020129. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-275 



JOSEFINA F. PICKELL, Appellant 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[December 3, 1990, for work 
[done at 465 Laidley Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9013728. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-277 



JOHN LITTLE, Appellant 
7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[December 4, 1990, for work 
[done at 3633 Webster Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005021. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-279 

FAY LEE & HUGUETTE MACHBITZ [Denial on December 3, 1990, 

(8) vs. [of permit to Remove a Tree 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 11th Avenue & Noriega Street, 

URBAN FORESTRY DISAPPROVAL [ORDER NO. 155,723. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-270 

ANDY & VELMA MAR, Appellants [Denial on November 26, 1990, 

[9) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 4334 Fulton Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8711687. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-206 

THEODORE S. CONNELLY, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

[10) vs. [August 24, 1990, to May & George 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1535 Francisco Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8816446. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-143 

CAROL A. HUGHES, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 

[11) vs. [20, 1990, to Michael Boughton 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Hal Murphy, permit to Erect 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Structure at 830 Wisconsin St, 

[APPLICATION NO. 8900312. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



late posted: January 24, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, 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 REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Marina Sarmiento, attorney for Eugene Sunga, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-218 . Hearing January 16, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by 
President Makras, the Board voted 3-1 (Commissioner Prior dissented, Commissioner 
Melbostad absent) to overrule the department with the condition of a two week sus- 
pension with probation. Four votes being necessary the department is UPHELD and 
the revocation SUSTAINED . 

ITEM B : Letter from Suleiman Najdawi , requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-223 . 
Hearing January 16, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Prior, the 
Board voted 3-1 (President Makras dissented, Commisioner House absent) to UPHOLD 
the department and the revocation SUSTAINED . 



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



APPEAL NO. 90-254 

ANTHONY FEUDO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on October 

vs. [17, 1990, to 570 Page Street 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 570 Page Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9005645. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-282 

JOHN H. LOGGINS, Appellant [Denial on November 28, 

vs. [1990 of Second Hand Dealer/ 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Second Hand Dealer-State 

Respondent [permits dba "Big John's 

[Furniture & Misc." at 
[654 Fillmore Street. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-285 

THOMAS OLSZEWSKI, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

vs. [imposed on December 17, 1990, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 414 - 27th Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9025634. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-281 



ERWIN G. SWETT, Appellant [Denial on December 10, 1990, 

(6) vs. [of permit to Demolish a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2551-55-57 Mission Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9002283. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-284 

JOHN C. WALKER, Appellant [Denial on November 30, 1990 

(7) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2620 Jackson Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9004226. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-283 

KIM M. AND LISA LEE, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

(8) vs. [December 5, 1990, to Won 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 1116 Taraval St, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022242. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-289 

BRIAN K. MEDCALF, Appellant [Protesting issuance on December 

(9) vs. [10, 1990, to Carolynn Gandolfo, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2293 - 2295 Washington Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022105. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-004 

LEROY H. DAVIS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on December 

(10) vs. [20, 1990, to Mark Hopkins Inter- 

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

[Building at 999 California Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022507. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Items 1LA, 11B, and 11C shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 90-261 

EDWARD J. CONNER, Appellant [Disapproval on October 30, 1990, 

(11A) vs. [by the Department of City Planning 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of a Demolition Permit Application 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [for the tourist hotel at 

[620 Post Street. 

[DEMOLITION APPLICATION NO. 9000532, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-008 

EDWARD J. CONNER, Appellant [Disapproval on January 11, 1991, 

(11B) vs. [by the Department of City Planning 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of a Demolition Permit Application 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [for the tourist hotel at 

[620 Post Street. 

[DEMOLITION APPLICATION NO. 9000532, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-262 



(11C) 



EDWARD J. CONNER, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination of clarification 
[by the Zoning Administrator dated 
[November 2, 1990 clarifying the 
[department's denial of a Demolition 
[Permit Application for the tourist 
[hotel at 620 Post Street. 
[DEMOLITION APPLICATION NO. 9000532. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-286 



MOLLY MALONE'S DUBLIN PUB, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Interpretation by the Zoning 
[Administrator dated October 19, 
[1990 that the expansion of the 
[business on the property at 
[1849 Lincoln Way would be an 
[intensification of a nonconform- 
ing use and not allowed under 
[Section 181 of the Planning Code, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(13) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: January 31, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, 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 Theodore S. Connelly, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal 
No. 90-218 , 1535 Francisco Street. Hearing January 30, 1991. After discussion, 
upon motion by Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 3-1 (Commissioner Makras dis- 
sented and Vice President Prior absent) to OVERRULE the department and DENY the 
permit. 

ITEM B : Letter from Laszlo Kornyey, engineer for appellant, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-277 , 3633-35 Webster Street. Hearing January 30, 1991. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President 
Prior and Commissioner House dissented) to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the 
full penalty. 

ITEM B : Letter from Erwin Swett, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
90-281 , 2251-2257 Mission Street. Hearing February 6, 1991. After discussion, upon 
motion by President Marks, the Board voted 2-3 (Vice President Prior, Commissioners 
House and Makras dissented) to uphold the department and deny the permit. Then on 
motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 3-2 (President Marks and Commissioner 
Melbostad dissented) to overrule the department and stay demolition to allow access 
to MEDA for inspection and approval of a building permit. Four votes being necessary 
to overrule, the department is deemed UPHELD and the demolition permit DENIED . 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-001 

KENNETH G. INGLES, Appellant [Revocation on December 17, 

vs. [1990, of Mobile Caterer-Stop 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT [permit dba "Cable Car Canteen" 

Respondent [at 700 Great Highway. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-292 

PETER P. BOGATSKY, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [December 20, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2818 Balboa Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8920649. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-003 

THOMAS PEIRONA, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [January 2, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 3450 Divisadero Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 080452. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-006 

ANDREW AU, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [December 21, 1990, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2535 - 23rd Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8900222. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-007 



7) 






8) 



ALBERT & TANE ONG CHAN, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[January 2, 1991, for work 
[done at 1739 Lake Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9014462. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-271 



JERRY KLEIN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on November 14, 1990, 
[of permit to Erect a Building 
[at 2927 - 2929 Larkin Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8914653 (90.406D) 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-291 



9) 



CATALINA & HOMER HIERRO, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on December 19, 1990, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2090 - 42nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8615354. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-278 



RAYMOND A. PAKISER, Appellant 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 26, 1990, to Charles 
[Richards, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 1219 - 19th Street. 
NO. 8902271. 



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[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-287 



MARY J. MURPHY, Appellant 
11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[December 4, 1990, to Peter 
[Kwan Fu, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 2 Berkshire Way, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8923109S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-005 



JAMES HOUILLION, Appellant 
12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 13, 1990, to Shin Jin, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[445 Fillmore Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9021504. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-009 



LAURIE KING, Appellant 
13) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on December 
[28, 1990, to Phat Kim Phung, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1231 - 24th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005920S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. V90-290 

JEFFREY & MAGGIE YONG, Appellants TDenial on November 5, 1990, 

(14) vs. [of Side Yard Variance sought 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [for property located at 

[1975 - 8th Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.103V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(15) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



)ate posted: February 14, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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. t 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1991 FEB 2 5 1991 
5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 






REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Jim Blackford, contractor for appellant, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-277 , 3633-35 Webster Street. Hearing January 30, 1991. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President 
Prior and Commissioner House dissented) to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the 
full penalty. 

ITEM B : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-284 , 2620 Jackson Street. Hearing February 6, 1991. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the 
department and GRANT the permit with CONDITIONS . 

ITEM C : Letter from Roger Piatt, attorney for appellant, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal Nos. 90-261, 90-262, 91-008 , 620 Post Street. Hearing February 6, 1991. 
After discussion, upon motion by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD 
the department and DENY the permit. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-121 

MAGGIE DOW, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [June 4, 1990, to Joe Jaksa, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1457 Quesada Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8920347. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 

[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 

[SEPTEMBER 12, 1990. 



APPEAL NO. 91-005 

JAMES HOUILLION, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [November 13, 1990, to Shin Jin, 

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

[445 Fillmore Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9021504. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-011 

KIERAN T. BURNS, Appellant [Denial on January 2, 1991, 

vs. [of Place of Entertainment 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit dba "The Blarney Stone" 

Respondent [at 5701 Geary Boulevard. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-017 

KWOK-SAU YEE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty imposed on January 28, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991, for work done at 

[325-327-329 Austin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9023877. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-266 

JAMES & MARTHA GELLER, Appellants [Denial on November 7, 1990, of 

7) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 678 Noe Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8918834. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-013 

AMERICAN CANVAS & AWNING, Apppellant [Denial on January 18, 1991, 

8) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 903 California Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9017597. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-015 

JIM SHENG WU, Appellant [Denial on January 10, 1991, 

9) vs. [of permit to Remove Two 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Trees at 4199 Lincoln Way. 

URBAN FORESTRY DISAPPROVAL [ORDER NO. 155,903 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-288 

DENNIS P. MARTINO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

10) vs. [December 4, 1990, to C.H. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Yam Dynamic, Inc., permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[466 Frederick Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9002886S, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-167 

FLORENCE MANN, Appellant [Protesting issuance July 30, 

11) vs. [1990, to Tony Fong, permit 

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

REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION APPROVAL [154 Goldmine Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8914250. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-018 

TONY FONG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on January 

12) vs. [15, 1991, to Florence Mann, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 156 Goldmine Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9023139. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V91-014 

GEORGE HOFFBERG, Appellant TDenial on January 15, 1991, 

13) vs. [of Rear Yard, Minimum Lot 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Frontage, Usable Open Space 

[and Exposure Variances sought 
[for property located at 
[1111 - 1113 Green Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.646XE. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



14) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker 
ate posted: February 21, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 






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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEAI S 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. 1991 D oCUMENTS r^T. 
1:00 P.M., ROO M 282, CITY HAL L m § , 1991 

A GEM b& SA^ FRAWCiw^O 

^n * er\jpp pUBUC LmRABY 

1) Informational presentation by the S.F. Residential Rent Stabilization and Arbitration 
Board by Michael Rossoff, Esq., and Polly Marshall, Board members, and Ms. Barbara 
O'Hearn, Deputy Director. 

he regular calendar will begin at 5:00 p.m. 

2) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

None. 

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



♦APPEAL NO. 90-234 

JOTE KEJELA, Appellant "TAppeal of Police Commission 

4) vs. [Decision on September 25, 1990, 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE COMMISSION, [Rejecting Hearing Officer's 

Respondent [Findings of Fact that Public 

[Convenience and Necessity Require 
[Additional Taxi cab Permits. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 659-90. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

*On January 30, 1991 the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the Police Commission and adopt 
Hearing Officer's Findings as amended and continued the appeal to March 13, 1991 
for their determination of how many new medallions should be issued. 



APPEAL NO. 90-289 

BRIAN K. MEDCALF, Appellant [Protesting issuance on December 

5) vs. -.. [10, 1990, to Carolynn Gandolfo, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2293 - 2295 Washington Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022105. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-021 

JOHN E. EMENIKE, Appellant [Denial on December 13, 1990, 

6) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle permit 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [dba "Yellow Cab Company" at 

Respondent [1200 Mississippi Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-023 

SOZER AKAT, Appellant [Denial on January 30, 1991, 

7) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle permit 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [dba "National Cab Company" at 

Respondent [1200 Minnesota Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MARCH 13, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 91-022 



DARRYL KRAUSSE, Appellant 
8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[February 1, 1991, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2307 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9017545. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-025 



CALVIN LEE, Appellant 
9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on 
[February 8, 1991, for work 
[done at 1649 York Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9102094. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-280 



KIERAN KEANEY, Appellant 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Revocation on October 22, 
[1990, of permit to Erect a 
[Building at 379 - 17th Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 8916378. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-004 



LEROY H. DAVIS, Appellant 
11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on December 
[20, 1990, to Mark Hopkins Inter- 
continental , permit to Alter a 
[Building at 999 California Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9022507. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-028 



RONALD SUYDAM, Appellant 
12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on January 
[31, 1991, to Isaac and Betty 
[Guillory, permit to Demolish a 
[Building at 1045 S. Van Ness Ave, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9013659. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



13) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



ate posted: March 7, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 
BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 
RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD " COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
board, commission or person from whose order the appeal is taken shall speak first 
and shall be allowed seven (/) minutes for their presentation and three (3) minutes 
for rebuttal . 

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 






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. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1991 

5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL ' Um ent s n ^ T _ 



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1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRgSBQMQE^: 

CONSIDERATION OF JURISDICTION : 

ITEM A : Letter from Judith Boyajian, Deputy City Attorney concluding that Appeal 
90-274 is not within the jurisdiction of the Board. 

APPEAL NO. 90-274 

ALAN IRVING, Appellant [Appeal of dismissal on November 

vs. [20, 1990, of Citation to Revoke 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [by the SFPD of Dance Hall Keeper/ 

Respondent [Place of Entertainment permits 

[to Sanford Kellman dba "I-BEAM", 
[at 1748 Haight Street. 

In the event the Board accepts jurisdiction the parties have agreed to a substantive 
hearing on April 24, 1991. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Donald Mann, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90-147 , 154 
Gold Mine Drive. Hearing February 27, 1991. After discussion, upon 
motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 2-3 (Vice President Prior, 
Commissioners House and Melbostad dissented) to uphold the department. 
Then on motion by Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD 
the department with the OONDITIOjN that revised plans are submitted and 
the addition is set in four feet from the appellant's property line. 

ITEM C : Letter from James Houillion, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91-005 , 
445 Fillmore Street. Hearing February 27, 1991. After discussion, upon 
motion by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner House 
dissented) to UPHOLD the department with the following CONDITIONS : the 
exhaust stack shall be at least 10 feet tall and the exhaust cap on the 
American Auto Body's spray booth exhaust stack shall be replaced with 
a more efficient one. 



2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-286 

MOLLY MALONE'S DUBLIN PUB, Appellant [Interpretation by the Zoning 

3) vs. [Administrator dated October 19, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [1990 that the expansion of the 

[business on the property at 
[1849 Lincoln Way would be an 
[intensification of a nonconform- 
ing use and not allowed under 
[Section 181 of the Planning Code. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-218 

EUGENE SUNGA, Appellant [Revocation on September 10, 

*) vs. [1990, of Driver Public Vehicle 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit (National Cab Company). 

Respondent [FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



1EETIN6 OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MARCH 20, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 91-024 



JOHN B. BUSSING, Appellant 
15) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination by the Zoning 
[Administrator on January 24, 
[1991, that the Certificate of 
[Appropriateness granted by the 
[Landmarks Board in 1982 remains 
[valid/minor changes proposed by 
[the Project Sponsor are acceptable 
[to the Department for property 
[located at 2475 Pacific Avenue. 
[.CASE NO. 82.162A. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



6) 



ELIZABETH BLAKE CONNORS, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V91-026 

protesting granting on 
[February 1, 1991, to Jay 



[Hendler & Associates of 
[Rear Yard Variance sought 
[for property located at 
[17 - 25th Avenue North. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.198V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 



7) 



MARGO A. TRAEUMER, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



V91-027 

"[Protesting granting on 
[January 30, 1991, to 
[Eileen Downey, of Off-Street 
[Parking and Rear Yard Variances 
[sought for property located at 
[2616A Sutter Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.191V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



8) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



ate posted: March 14, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 459-9899 

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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Robin Bishop, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over is- 
suance- of Building Permit Application No. 9011571 to alter a building at 3177 Cali- 
fornia Street. 

Date issued February 25, 1991 

Appeal period ended March 12, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction March 15, 1991 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from William Lim, architect for permit holder, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 91-004 , 999 California Street. Hearing March 13, 1991. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the 
department and REVOKE the permit. 

ITEM C : Letter from Jote Kejela, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
90-234 . Hearing March 13, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Mak- 
ras, the Board voted 3-2 (President Marks and Commissioner House dissented) to uphold 
the Police Commission with certain conditions. Four votes being necessary to impose 
conditions, the Police Commission is UPHELD with NO CONDITIONS and no new medallions 
need to be issued. By this vote the Board rescinded its action of January 30, 1991. 

ITEM D : Letter from Robert Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-291 , 2090 - 42nd Avenue. Hearing February 20, 1991. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 4-1 (Vice President 
Prior dissented) to OVERRULE the department with the CONDITION that the permit hold- 
ers record a Notice of Special Restrictions. 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS - PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED : 

ITEM E : Appeal No. 90-289 , 2293 - 2295 Washington Street. Hearing March 13, 1991. 
After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner House, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice Presi- 
dent Prior and Commissioner Makras dissented) to uphold the department with the con- 
dition that the building remain under rent control. Then on motion by Commissioner 
Makras, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner House dissented) to UPHOLD the department 
with the CONDITION that any notices to evict or increase shall be stayed for 90 days. 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-035 

JAMES D. ANDERSON, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [February 22, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1 - 3 Grandview Terrace, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9021735. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



1EETIN6 OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 3, 1991 PAGE TWO 



:ems 4A and 4B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 91-036 



ENRIQUE ROMAN, Appellant 
\A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[February 15, 1991, for work 
[done at 41 - 43 Powers Avenue 
[ELEC. APPLICATION NO. 84689. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-037 



ENRIQUE ROMAN, Appellant 
\%) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[February 20, 1991, for work 
[done at 41 - 43 Powers Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9022532. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-030 



NAUMANN-SCHAADT, Appellants 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on January 31, 1991, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 229 - 233 Whitney Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000385. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



:ems 6A and 6B shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 91-019 



A) 



COMSTOCK APARTMENT CORPORATION, 
HAYES HENDERSON & CHEOL L. LEE, 

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



^Protesting issuance on 
[September 19, 1990, to ARMAX, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 25 Priest Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9001851. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-020 



COMSTOCK APARTMENT CORPORATION, 
HAYES HENDERSON & CHEOL L. LEE, 

Appellants 
B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 19, 1990, to ARMAX, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 31 Priest Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8921692. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



TERRENCE F. JOHNSON, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-031 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 7, 1991, to Kevin 
[Wong, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 1124 Athens St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9100449. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



JEAN R. MOSKOWITZ, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 91-032 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 11, 1991, to 
[Brennan Newsom, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[3732 Fillmore Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9102169. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-034 

TENANTS & NEIGHBORS OF "^Protesting issuance on 

MARY O'LEARY, Appellants [February 11, 1991, to 

9) vs. [Gary and Beth Wynbrandt, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 3871 - 22nd Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9005999S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V91-033 

JERRY KLEIN, Appellant [^Denial on February 20, 1991, 

10) vs. . [of Off-Streeet Parking 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Variance sought for property 

[located at 4226 - 20th Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.577V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



11) Consideration of department budget for FY 1991 - 1992 for adoption. 



12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



ate posted: March 28, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, 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 REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from John B. Bussing, appellant, requesting rehearing of of Appeal 
No. 91-024 , 2475 Pacific Avenue. Hearing March 20, 1991. After discussion, upon 
motion by Commissioner House, the Board vtoed 4-1 (Commissioner Melbostad dissented) 
to UPHOLD the Zoning Administrator. 

ITEM B : Letter from Margo Traeumer, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
V91-Q27 , 2616A Sutter Street. Hearing March 20, 1991. After dicussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the Zoning Administrator 
and ADOPT his findings. 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-038 



(3) 



TRUC T. VO, Appellant 

vs. 
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Denial on February 19, 1991, 
[of Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permit dba "Phu-Quy Cafe" at 
[at 253 Leavenworth Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-040 



(4) 



CESAR ASCARRUNZ, Appellant 

vs . 
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



[Revocation on February 19, 1991, 
[of Cabaret/Dance Hall Keeper/ 
[Place of Entertainment permits 
[for "Cesar's Latin Palace" at 
[3140 Mission Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-045 



TWIN PEAKS IMPROVEMENT 
ASSOCIATION, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[February 28, 1991, to Gary 
[Arge, permit to erect a struc- 
ture at 173 Twin Peaks Blvd. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8921472S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-039 



YVONNE LEE, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on February 
[26, 1991, for work done 
[at 2038 McAllister Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9020263. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-041 



MIMI CHAN, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on March 7, 
[1991, for work done 
[at 1710 - 47th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8907491. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 






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APPEAL NO. 91-044 

EDWARD McSWEENEY, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(8) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [26, 1991, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 195 Chattanooga Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8911509. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-047 

YUK SANG WONG, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(9) vs. [Penalty imposed on March 5, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2463 - 19th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9001373. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-042 

THELMA K. WESSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [February 22, 1991, to James 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Betty Crittenden, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[10 Normandie Terrace. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9100407. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Items 11A and 11B shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 91-046 

STEVE DOBBINS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11A) vs. [March 1, 1991, to FIMSA West, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 650 Geary Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9023994. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-057 

STEVE DOBBINS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11B) vs. [March 27, 1991, to FIMSA West, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 650 Geary Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9101762. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V91-043 

PATRICIA S. McKENNA, Appellant "TDenial on February 27, 1991, 

(12) vs. [of Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located at 

[890 - 892 Rhode Island Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.698V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(13) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



_Date posted: April 4, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
2 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1991 

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



HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Helen G. Reader, requesting the Board take jurisdiction over 
denial of a tree removal permit for two trees at 333 & 345 Bosworth Street. 

Date issued March 17, 1991 

Appeal period ended April 1, 1991 r> n cUMEN TS D£PT ' 

Request for jurisdiction April 10, 1991 D ° Ljl 

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ADOPTION OF FINDINGS - PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED : GAM F^KS^Jw 

ITEM B : Appeal No. 90-280 , 379 - 17th Avenue. Hearing March 13, 1991. Upon motion 
by President Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the 
revocation of Building Permit Application No. 8916378 for construction of a one-family 
house. 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 91-032 , 3732 Fillmore Street. Hearing April 3, 1991. Upon motion 
by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 3-2 (Commissioners House and Makras dis- 
sented) to uphold the department. Then on motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board 
voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department with the CONDITION that the appellant not be dis- 
placed while the building is being renovated. 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM S : Letter from Alice Barkley, attorney for permit holder, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 90-280 , 379 - 17th Avenue. Hearing March 13, 1991. After discussion, 
upon motion by President Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and 
SUSTAIN the revocation. 



Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 91-040 

CESAR ASCARRUNZ, Appellant ~T Revocation on February 19, 1991, 

vs. [of Cabaret/Dance Hall Keeper/ 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Place of Entertainment permits 

Respondent [for "Cesar's Latin Palace" at 

[3140 Mission Street. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-004 

LEROY H. DAVIS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on December 

vs. [20, 1990, to Mark Hopkins Inter- 

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

[Building at 999 California Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022507. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-189 

JUAN TORRES, Appellant [Revocation on August 10, 

vs. [1990, of Dance Hall Keeper/ 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Place of Entertainment 

Respondent [permits for "El Tapatio" 

[at 4742 Mission Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-053 

YOUSEF M. BARAKAT, Appellant [Revocation on March 12, 1991, 

(6) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit at 855 Geary Street, 

Respondent [dba "DeSoto Cab Company". 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-049 

ORESTE LANDI, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(7) vs. [Penalty imposed on March 11, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [288 Naples Street and 

[541 - 545 Excelsior Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9101388. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-051 

ROBERT BROYER, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [March 26, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1525 Willard Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9100168. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-052 

CARSON YUAN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(9) vs. [Penalty imposed on March 22, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 99 Eastwood Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9002181. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-056 

JAMES M. GRIFFIN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(10) vs. [April 1, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 33 Ina Court. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9022237 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-048 

EDWARD WONG, Appellant [Denial on March 4, 1991, of 

(11) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 837 Duncan Street. 

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9004879. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-055 

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES, Appellant [Denial on March 13, 1991, 

(12) vs. [of Sign Permit to Erect 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Four Projecting Banners 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [at 820 Clement Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9012633. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-042 

THELMA K. WESSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(13) vs. [February 22, 1991, to James 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Betty Crittenden, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[10 Normandie Terrace. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9100407. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-054 

JACK E. & ELIZABETH A. MILLER, [Protesting issuance on 

(14) Appellants [March 13, 1991, of permit 

vs. [to Erect a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [166 Yerba Buena Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8904241. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-060 

VLADIMIR J. SHPOTNIK, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(15) vs. [March 22, 1991, to Winston 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Catherine Wong, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building at 

[2332 Taraval Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022964. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(16) Public Comment: Presentation shall' be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: April 18, 1991 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 









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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Robert Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 91-030 , 229 - 233 Whitney Street. Hearing April 3, 1991. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the 
Zoning Administrator and GRANT the permit. 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 90-121 

MAGGIE DOW, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(3) vs. [June 4, 1990, to Joe Jaksa, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Alter a Building at 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1457 Quesada Avenue. 

nrfc/M ,...-..,.„ [APPLICATION NO. 8920347. 

DUUUIvlENTV >T. [FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY 

[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 
991 [SEPTEMBER 12, 1990. 

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APPEAL NO. V91-043 

PAiKIClA S. McKENNA, Appellant TDenial on February 27, 1391, 

(4) vs. [of Off-Street Parking Variance 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located at 

[890 - 892 Rhode Island Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 89.698V. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-035 

JAMES D. ANDERSON, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [February 22, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1 - 3 Grandview Terrace 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9021735. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-050 

PAMELA KWAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [March 20, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2351 - 44th Avenue 

CITY PLANNING APROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9024809. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-062 

LARRY E. STRASSNER, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty on April 10, 1991, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 

[1114 Bryant Street 
[APPLICATION NO. 9100532. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-058 



ALEXANDER SHTROMBERG, Appellant 
8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 22, 1991, to Winston 
[and Catherine Wong, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[2332 Taraval Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9022963S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-059 



IMOGENE GIELING, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on March 
[21, 1991, to Leslie Plack, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 20 Beaver Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8919199. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-068 



PETER OMRAN, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 2, 1991, to Loy & 
[Sandy Linebarger, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[2464 - 14th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9010945, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-061 



EUREKA VALLEY PROMOTION ASSOC, 

Appellant 
(11) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Protesting determination by 
[the Zoning Administrator dated 
[March 25, 1991, that a proposed 
[fast food (pizza) restaurant 
[may occupy the retail space at 
[508 Castro Street formerly 
[occupied by an ice cream shop 
[at 504 Castro on the same property. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Public Comnent: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Jate posted: April 25, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hal! 

San Francisco. CA 94102 




CITY LIBRARIAN 
Public Library 



50 MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

2 WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1991 

&l°l I 5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS AND REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Findings prepared by Executive Director with amendments by Board on May 
1, 1991. Letter from Robert Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 91-030 , 229 - 233 Whitney Street. Hearing April 3, 1991. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the 
Zoning Administrator and GRANT the permit. 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Garrick Lew, attorney for Cesar Ascarrunz (dba "Cesar's Latin 
Palace") requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91-040 , 3140 Mission Street. Hearing 
April 24, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board 
voted 4-1 (Commissioner Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD the department and REVOKE 
the permits. 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-042 

THELMA K. WESSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [February 22, 1991, to James 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Betty Crittenden, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 



[10 Normandie Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9100407. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

MAY \ 5 1991 

SAN FRANCISCO 

*« HftWIPMP 91-059 

IMOGENE GIELING, Appellant [Protesting issuance on March 

vs. [21, 1991, to Leslie Plack, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a Structure 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 20 Beaver Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8919199. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-067 

GERALD K. WOLF, Appellant [Denial on April 11, 1991, 

vs. [of Dance Hall Keeper 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [permit dba "Eddie Jacks" 

Respondent [at 1151 Folsom Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 91-012 

ELLEN S. ARBENZ, Appellant [Denial on January 3, 1991, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 139 - 139A States Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8913920. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-063 

JEANNE A. MOSLENER, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [April 9, 1991, to Robert 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Reinhard, permit to Alter 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 68 Yukon St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9102766. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-066 

VIOLET & ALAN FISH, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

(8) vs. [April 5, 1991, to Lawrence 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Look, permit to Erect a 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Structure at 55 Lopez Avenue 

[APPLICATION NO. 9015623S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-064 

CECILIA TSU & SAVE OUR RICHMOND [Protesting determination 

ENVIRONMENT (SORE), Appellants [by the Zoning Administrator 

(9) vs. [on March 28, 1991, that the 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [proposed use would comply 

[with all applicable zoning 
[regulations at 6324 Geary Blvd 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: May 9, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 






80ARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hall 

Safl Francisco, CA 94102 



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Public Library 




) MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1991 
5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



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

None. 

) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 

ems 3A and 3B shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 91-045 



TWIN PEAKS IMPROVEMENT [Protesting issuance on 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [February 28, 1991, to 

V vs - DOCUMENTS DEPT 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent" 



Gary Arge, permit to erect 
a one-family house at 
at 173 Twin Peaks Blvd. 
APPLICATION NO. 8921472S. 
FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



CITY PLANNING APPROVAL "^ ' ' ^' 

PUBLIC U1RARY 

APPEAL NO. 91-079 

TWIN PEAKS IMPROVEMENT [Protesting issuance on 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [May 1, 1991, to Gary Arge, 

B) vs. [permit to erect a one-family 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [house at 169 Twin Peaks Blvd. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 89214b9b. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-072 

STANLEY L. MALESKI , Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

) vs. [Penalty imposed on May 2, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1828-30A-30B Grove Street 

[APPLICATION NO. 9104714. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-076 

TERRY M. CHIN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

) vs. [April 26, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2173 California Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9105095. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-075 

HELEN G. READER, Appellant [Denial on March 8, 1991, 

) vs. [of permit to Remove Two Trees 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 333 and 345 Bosworth Street, 

URBAN FORESTRY DISAPPROVAL [ORDER NO. 156,309. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-071 

THE HIDDEN COURT HOMEOWNERS ASSOC, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellant [April 17, 1991, to Marcello 

vs. [Cola, permit to Alter a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 2817 - 26th Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8923870. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-073 

PATRICK ROBERTSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [April 19, 1991, to Mark G. 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 2711 Scott Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9023022. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-074 

STANTON A. GLANTZ, PH.D., [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [April 24, 1991, to Raymond 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Yee, permit to Alter a Build- 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL, [ing at 1472 - 24th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9102813. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V91-070 

ILEAN McCOY, Appellant [Denial on April 22, 1991, 

)) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 14 Sparta Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.600V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



L) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



te posted: May 16, 1991 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes to 
present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall speak 
consecutively, and the permit nolder 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 






BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hail 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



Public Library 




;; 3 MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1991 
^1 4:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 

HEARING TO INSTRUCT PUNNING DEPARTMENT ON SCOPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW (Elk) : 

APPEAL NOS. 88-293/4/5 

CHINATOWN NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT [ProTesting issuance on 

RESOURCE CENTER, et al . , Appellants [November 2, 1988, to Mardi- 

vs. [kian Enterprises, permits to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Erect Structures at 959 Powell 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [and 8 Wetmore Streets. 

[APPLICATION NOS. 8707411S, 
DOCUMENTS DEPT. [8707412S, 8804433S. 

[FOR EIR SCOPING HEARING TODAY 
JUN 3 1991 C AS REQUIRED BY SUPERIOR COURT. 

[CASE NO. 908-819. 
SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBUC LIBRARY 
regular calendar will begin at 5:00 p.m. 

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS AND REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Findings prepared by Judith Boyajian, Deputy City Attorney. Letter from 
Alice Barkley, attorney for permit holder, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 90- 
280 , 379 - 17th Avenue. Hearing March 13, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by 
President Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the revo- 
cation of the permit to build a single family dwelling. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letters from Garrick Lew and Tony Tamburello, attorneys for Cesar Ascarrunz 
(dba "Cesar's Latin Palace") requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91-040 , 3140 Mission 
Street. Hearing April 24, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras 
Makras, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD the depart- 
ment and REVOKE the dance hall keeper/place of entertainment/cabaret permits for 
"Cesar's Latin Palace". 

ITEM C : Letter from appellant Gerald Wolf (dba "Eddie Jacks"), requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 91-067 , 1151 Folsom Street. Hearing May 15, 1991. After discussion, 
upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 2-3 (President Marks, Commis- 
sioners House and Melbostad dissented) to overrule the department with the following 
conditions: the appellant shall be on probation for one year; push-out bars shall 
be installed for exits; double-paned windows shall be installed and kept closed while 
live music is played. Four votes are needed to overrule a department or impose con- 
ditions and therefore the department is UPHELD and the dance hall keeper permit is 
DENIED . 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM D : Letter from Tenants of 466 Frederick Street, requesting that the Board take 
jurisdiction over issuance of Building Permit Application No. 9002886S to alter 
a building at 466 Frederick Street. 

Date issued December 4, 1990 

Appeal period ended December 19, 1990 

Request for jurisdiction May 16, 1991 

Appeal No. 90-288 for Application No. 9002886S for alteration of 466 Frederick Street 
was scheduled for hearing on February 27, 1991, and was withdrawn by appellant Dennis 
Martino prior to hearing. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 5, 1991 PAGE TWO 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS - PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED : 

ITEM E : Findings prepared by Roger Piatt, attorney for appellant. Appeal No. 91- 
012 , 139 - 139A States Street. Hearing May 15, 1991. After discussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the department with findings. 



(3) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 91-042 

THELMA K. WESSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(4) vs. [February 22, 1991, to James 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Betty Crittenden, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[10 Normandie Terrace. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9100407. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

Items 5A and 5B shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 91-045 

TWIN PEAKS IMPROVEMENT [Protesting issuance on 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [February 28, 1991, to 

(5A) vs. [Gary Arge, permit to erect 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [a one-family house at 

[at 173 Twin Peaks Blvd. 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 3921472S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-079 

TWIN PEAKS IMPROVEMENT [Protesting issuance on 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [May 1, 1991, to Gary Arge, 

(5B) vs. [permit to erect a one-family 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [house at 169 Twin Peaks Blvd. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8921469S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-065 

PRANEE ROSEQUIST, Appellant [Revocation on March 29, 1991, 

(6) vs. [of Masseuse Permit dba "Blue 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Sky Spa" at 738 Larkin Street. 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-081 

DELUCCHI MECHANICAL, INC., [Imposition of Penalty on 

Appellant [May 15, 1991, for work 

(7) vs. [done at 1526 Powell Street. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [APPLICATION NO. 9103286 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-078 

LEVANT ST. RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, [Denial on April 26, 1991, 

Appellant [of permit to Prune Four 

(8) vs. [Trees and Remove One Tree 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 88 Vulcan Stairway. 

URBAN FORESTRY DISAPPROVAL [ORDER NO. 156,533. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-069 

LONDON & EDINBURGH TRUST, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [April 4, 1991, to Valdi 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Robert Biernacinski , 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 160 Sansome Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9007159. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-082 

MAYE FISHER & THOMAS McDERMOTT, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [May 6, 1991, to Jose Marenco, 

(10) vs. [permit to Erect a Structure 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 348 Shotwell Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9018489S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V91-077 

ALICE WAUGH, Appellant TOenial on April 30, 1991, 

(11) vs. [of Rear Yard, Open Space 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [and Front Setback Variances 

[sought for property located 
[at 3565 Market Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.645V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: May 30, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 




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SO ^MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

2 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1991 

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

(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from appellant Ilean McCoy, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. V91- 
070 , 14 Sparta Street. Hearing May 22, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by Com- 
missioner House, the Board voted 3-2 (President Marks and Vice President Prior dis- 
sented) to overrule the department and grant the variance. Four votes being necessary 
to overrule, the department is UPHELD . 

ITEM B : Letter from permit holder Lisa Yee, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91- 
074 , 1472 - 24th Avenue. Hearing May 22, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by 
President Marks, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the department and REVOKE the permit. 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-071 

THE HIDDEN COURT HOMEOWNERS ASSOC, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellant [April 17, 1991, to Marcello 

(3) vs. [Cola, permit to Alter a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 2817 - 26th Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8923870. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-101 

RAMA ANANDA, Appellant [Denial on May 9, 1990, 

(4) vs. [of Pedicab Owner permit for 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [additional route in Chinatown. 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

ISCOTT DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-084 

E. M. FENTON, Appellant [Appealing for Refund 

(5) vs. [of Penalty imposed on 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [May 23, 1991, for work 

[done at 2207 - 14th Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9109043. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-080 

LEONARD P. MASTRONOVACO, Appellant [Denial on May 2, 1991, of 

(6) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2001 Pierce Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8705222. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-083 

COLM BRENNAN, Appellant [Denial on May 7, 1991, of 

(7) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 709 - 711 Lincoln Way. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9104970. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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WILLIAM VOGLER, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-085 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 9, 1991, to Robert 
[and Alicia Sakai , permit 
[to Alter a Building 
[at 1415 Lake Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9022585. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



SPRINCY LEMOS, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-086 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 13, 1991, to Julie Lee, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2014 - 2018 Clement Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9024094S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-087 



NORTHPOINT BUILDERS, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 10, 1991, to William Duke, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 300 Hill Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8917695. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: June 6, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes to 
present oral arguments and three (3) minutes each for rebuttal and shall speak 
consecutively, and the permit holder shall be allowed seven (/) minutes Tor 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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Room 1544 City Hall 

Stft Francisco, CA 94102 



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WEDNESDAY^ JUNE 26, 1991 



5;Q0 P.M., LEGISLATIVE CHAMBERSp ocUMENTS rEPT. 
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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Denise LaPointe, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal Nos. 
91-045 and 079 , 169 and 173 Twin Peaks Boulevard. Hearing on June 5, 1991. After 
discussion, upon motion by Commissioner House, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner 
Makras dissented) to UPHOLD the department with the CONDITION that a variance is 
granted for 169 Twin Peaks Blvd. 



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



APPEAL NO. V91-070 

ILEAN McCOY, Appellant ["Denial on April 22, 1991, 

(3) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 14 Sparta Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.600V. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-069 

LONDON & EDINBURGH TRUST, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(4) vs. [April 4, 1991, to Valdi 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Robert Biernacinski , 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 160 Sansome Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9007159. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-092 

SAN FRANCISCO HERITAGE, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellant [May 13, 1991, to SOCO Ltd., 

(5) vs. [permit to Demolish a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1381 Post Street. 

REDEVELOPMENT APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9104654. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-088 

IGOR & LIU ADAMOVITCH, Appellants [Interpretation on May 13, 

(6) vs. [1991, by the Zoning Adminis- 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [trator that the third (basement) 

[story fifth dwelling was illegally 
[built without permits and must 
[be restored to original authorized 
[use of four dwelling units on 
[two stories of residential occu- 
[pancy at 315 Grand Avenue. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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TENDERLOIN HOUSING 

(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, 
BUILDING INSPECTION 



CLINIC, INC., 
Appellant 

Respondent 
APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-099 



[Protesting decision by the 
[Hearing Officer dated May 28, 
[1991, granting the application 
[of the San Remo Hotel to rent 
[an unlimited number of resi- 
dential units at the hotel to 
[tourists during the 1991 tourist 
[season (May 1 - September 30) 
[at 2237 Mason Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items 8A, 8B, 8C will be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 91-089 



LISA DOLLARD, et al . , Appellants 
(8A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on May 10, 
[1991, to St. Dominic's Priory, 
[permit to Demolish the 
[St. Rose Academy Building 
[at 2475 Pine Street 
[APPLICATION NO. 9017392. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-090 



MICHAEL CROWE, et al . , Appellants 
(8B) vs. 

. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
PLANNING APPROVAL 



DEPT, 
CITY 



[Protesting issuance on May 10, 
[1991, to St. Dominic's Priory, 
[permit to Demolish the 
[St. Rose Academy Building 
[at 2475 Pine Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9017392. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-091 



SAN FRANCISCO HERITAGE, et al . , 

Appellants 
(8C) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on May 10, 
[1991, to St. Dominic's Priory, 
[permit to Demolish the 
[St. Rose Academy Building 
[at 2475 Pine Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9017392. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



_Date notice posted: June 20, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, 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 APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Vincent Huang, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
denial of Building Permit Application No. 9025197 to alter a building at 366 - 30th 
Avenue. 

Date of denial June 10, 1991 

Appeal period ended June 25, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction June 27, 1991 

ITEM B : Letter from Jeffery Dorosk, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over denial of rear yard variance sought for property located at 1990 Jefferson Street. 

Date of denial June 18, 1991 

Appeal period ended July 1, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction July 2, 1991 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS - PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED : 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 91-040 , 3140 Mission Street. Hearing April 24, 1991. After 
discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner 
Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD the department and REVOKE the dance hall keeper/place 
of entertainment/cabaret permits for "Cesar's Latin Palace". Request for rehearing 
June 5, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 
5-0 to DENY the request for rehearing. 

The Board will consider adoption of the Police Department Findings dated February 
19, 1991. 

ITEM D : Appeal Nos. 91-089 - 091 , St. Rose Academy. Hearing June 26, 1991. After 
discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 3-2 (President Marks 
and Commissioner Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-093 

DOUGLAS G0LUB, Appellant [Suspension on May 15, 1991, 

vs. [of Junk Dealer permit 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [dba "Bay Area Metals" 

Respondent [at 3201 - 3rd Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-103 

REDMOND LYONS, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(4) vs. [June 14, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 3702 - 22nd Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9012198. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-105 

DORIE TRENCHARD, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

i(5) vs. [Penalty imposed on June 18, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1526 - 28th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9019414. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-083 

COLM BRENNAN, Appellant [Denial on May 7, 1991, of 

(6) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 709 - 711 Lincoln Way. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9104970. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-100 

KATHY ROBERTS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(7) vs. [December 4, 1990, to C.H. Yam 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 466 Frederick Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9002886S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-101 

NORMAN L. LINGSCH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 7, 

(8) vs. [1991, to Michael Shaposhnikov, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Alter Building 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1091 Pacheco Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022961S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: July 3, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

_,* 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1991 

Si 

5:0U P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



(1) HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Mark Ryser, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91- 
092, 1381 Post Street. Hearing on June 26, 1991. After discussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner House, the Board voted 3-2 (President Marks and Commissioner Mel- 
bostad dissented) to UPHOLD the department. 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-103 



REDMOND LYONS, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 

[June 14, 1991, for work 

[done at 3702 - 22nd Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9012198. 

nnniMFWTa nrerr [FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 
DOCUMENTS DEPT. [puBLIC HEARING CL0$ED QN 

JUL I 5 1991 tJULY 10, 1991. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



KATHY ROBERTS, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



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[December 4, 1990, to C.H. Yam 
[Dynamic, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 466 Frederick Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9002886S. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 
[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED ON 
[JULY 10, 1991. 



APPEAL NO. 90-101 



RAMA ANANDA, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 
ISCOTT DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on May. 9, 1990, 
[of Pedicab Owner permit for 
[additional route in Chinatown. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-108 



SUNG WAGNER, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Denial on June 7, 1991, of 
[of Billiard Parlor/Mechanical 
[Amusement Device permit dba 
["Club Peacock" at 628 Ellis St, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-110 



TAM THI NGUYEN, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Revocation on June 5, 1991, 
[of Masseuse permit dba "Blue 
[Sky Massage" at 738 Larkin St. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JULY 17, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 91-094 



DEBBIE MILLIGAN, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Determination of the Zoning 
[Administrator on May 21, 1991, 
[disapproving Health Depart- 
ment's referral for a large fast 
[food restaurant for property at 
[2512 Sacramento Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-107 



WILLIAM SHIELDS, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 18, 1991, for work done 
[at 1136 Hampshire Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9001512. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-109 



LOUIS FERRALIS, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 19, 1991, for work done 
[at 778 Union Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9026147. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-102 



CAROL E. STEVENS, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting granting on June 3, 
[1991, to Mary Nicholson, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2178 - 47th Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9017439. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-104 



HERBERT W. BECKMAN, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[May 30, 1991, to Charles Page, 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 20 La Ferrera Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9108348. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. Y91-095 



CONCERNED FOREST HILL NEIGHBORS, 
(13) Appellants 

vs . 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Protesting granting on May 28, 
[1991, to Jerry Klein, of Mini- 
mum Lot Size, Usable Open Space 
[and Side Yard Variance sought 
[for property located 
[at 21 Castenada Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.104V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



GEORGE S. WYNNS, Appellant 
(14) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V91-098 

""[Protesting granting on May 
[1991, to Garry Coppers and 



29, 



[Judith Connolly, of Rear Yard 
[Variance sought for property 
[located at 122 Brewster Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.628V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. V91-106 

AHMAD MOHAZAB, Appellant TDenial on June 7, 1991, of 

(15) vs. [Off-Street and Usable Open 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Space Variances sought for 

[property located at 
[455 Duboce Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.584V 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: July 11, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD GF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154* City Hall 

San Francisco., CA 94102 




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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1991 
5:00 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



JUL 3 o 1991 



(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

None. 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-111 



JOHN J. PRIOR, dba "SWINGING DOOR", 

Appellant 
vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



[Appealing conditions of 
[Place of Entertainment 
[permit granted on June 5, 
[1991 for property located 
[at 1334 Noriega Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-097 



JOSEPH K.Y. CHOI, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 6, 1991, for work 
[done at 135 Victoria Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9004123. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-113 



FLORENCE NOWLEN, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on June 21, 
[1991, for work done at 
[1371 - 75 Bay Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9006353. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-104 



HERBERT W. BECKMAN, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[May 30, 1991, to Charles Page, 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 20 La Ferrera Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9108348. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-112 



JOE McGINITY, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on June 7, 
[1991, to Vic Gilbert, permit 
[to Erect a Structure at 
[776 Rhode Island Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8909669S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-116 



LOUIS A. LEONE, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on June 
[28, 1991, to Julie Gardner, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[118 Taraval Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9112034. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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Items 9A, 9B, and 9C shall be heard together . 



APPEAL NO. 91-117 



LYNNE FELDSHER, Appellant 
(9A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 21, 1991, to Catholic 
[Charities of Archdiocese 
[of San Francisco, permit 
[to Erect a Structure 
[at 3400 - 16th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9106501. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-118 



LYNNE FELDSHER, Appellant 
(9B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 21, 1991, to Catholic 
[Charities of Archdiocese 
[of San Francisco, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 3400 - 16th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9106502. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-119 



LYNNE FELDSHER, Appellant 
(9C) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 21, 1991, to Catholic 
[Charities of Archdiocese 
[of San Francisco, permit 
[to Demolish a Building 
[at 3402 - 16th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9106503. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: July 25, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 










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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

None. 

I) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 91-099 



TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC, INC., 

Appellant 
vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
BUILDING INSPECTION APPROVAL 



"[Protesting decision by the 
[Hearing Officer dated May 28, 
[1991, granting the application 
[of the San Remo Hotel to rent 
[an unlimited number of resi- 
dential units at the hotel to 
[tourists during the 1991 tourist 
[season (May 1 - September 30) 
[at 2237 Mason Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-124 



GUO XIN TAN, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 2, 1991, for work 
[done at 68 Liebig Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9018915. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-125 



LISA WONG, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 10, 1991, for work 
[done at 220A Williams Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9110658. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-126 



NICOLAS F. GOMEZ, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[July 11, 1991, for work 
[done at 222 Montana Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9101903. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-127 



NANCY M. WONG, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 11, 1991, for work 
[done at 726 Shields Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9013520. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-115 



N. C. BUCKHART, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on June 20, 1991, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 3149 California Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9025879. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 7, 1991 PAGE TWO 



Items 9A and 9B shall be heard together 



UNITED SIGNS, INC., Appellant 
(9A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-122 



tDenial on June 25, 1991, of 
[permit to Erect a Sign at 
[at 1155 Junipero Serra Blvd, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9108380. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



UNITED SIGNS, INC., Appellant 
(9B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-123 



"[Denial on June 25, 1991, of 
[permit to Erect a Sign at 
[at 1155 Junipero Serra Blvd, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9108381. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) 



APPEAL NO. 91-121 



EDGEHILL WAY ASSOCIATION, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on June 
[1991, to Elizabeth Farrah, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 333 Edgehill Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8914445. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



25, 



CONCERNED FOREST HILL NEIGHBORS, 

Appellants 
(11) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V91-095 

"[Pro testing granting on May 28, 
[1991, to Jerry Klein, of Mini- 
[mum Lot Size, Usable Open Space 
[and Side Yard Variance sought 
[for property located 
[at 21 Castenada Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.104V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: August 1, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1991 

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



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

AU0 1 9 1991 

SAM FRANCISCO 



1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ITEM A : Letter from Lynn Feldsher, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal Nos. 

91-117 and 91-118 , 3400 - 16th Street. Hearing July 31, 1991. After discussion, 

upon motion by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department 
and grant the permits. 



\2) Public Comment: Presentation- shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



APPEAL NO. 91-099 

TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC, INC., [Protesting decision by the 

Appellant [Hearing Officer dated May 28, 

vs. [1991, granting the application 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of the San Remo Hotel to rent 

BUILDING INSPECTION APPROVAL [an unlimited number of resi- 

dential units at the hotel to 
[tourists during the 1991 tourist 
[season (May 1 - September 30) 
[at 2237 Mason Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-133 

NESET TOLU, Appellant ~~ [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

vs. [imposed on July 10, 1991, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 976 Market St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9104849. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-128 

DOREEN FAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 27, 

vs. [1991, to Heitman Properties, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 44 Montgomery Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9108965. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-131 

NORTH OF MARKET PLANNING COALITION, [Protesting issuance on July 3, 

Appellant [1991, to Francisco Gamez, 

vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 137 Turk Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9108492. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-132 

VIRGINIA E. BURTON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on July 2, 

vs. [1991, to 1990 Alpha Family 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 50 Fernwood Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9013179S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 21, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 91-129 



(8) 



EDDIE & PUI LING LOWE, Appellants 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Protesting determinination 
[dated July 1, 1991 by the 
[Zoning Administrator that Build- 
ting Permit Application No. 9104153 
[be cancelled for alteration of 
[staircase and railings at front 
[of 17 - 19 Parker Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9104153. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: August 15, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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1) EXECUTIVE SESSION (CLOSED TO PUBLIC) 

The Board of Permit Appeals will meet in Room 282 in executive session (closed to 
public) for the purpose of discussing the pending litigation as follows with repre- 
sentatives of the City Attorney's Office in compliance with California Government 
Code Section 54956.9 (a). 

Superior Court No. 932398 

Swett vs. Board of Permit Appeals, CCSF, et al .DOCUMEM***^ *»-~,-r 

Demolition Permit Application No. 9002283 

2551 - 2557 Mission Street (theater building) Qpp * 1Q01 

BPA Appeal No. 90-281 (decided February 6, 1991) '*"' 

PUBLIC I ^RA«y 
The regular calendar shall begin at 5:00 p.m. 

2) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Robert W. Heuman, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over issuance of Building Permit Application No. 9102122 to erect a single family 
house at 5428 Anza Street. 

Date issued August 1, 1991 

Appeal period ended August 16, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction August 21, 1991 

ITEM B : Letter from Johnny Hong, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
issuance of Building Permit Application No. 9015646S to alter a building at 379 
- 39th Avenue. 

Date issued August 1, 1991 

Appeal period ended August 16, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction August 28, 1991 



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

Items 4A and 4B shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 91-046 

STEVE DOBBINS, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on 

(4A) vs. [March 1, 1991, to FIMSA West, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 650 Geary Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9023994. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 91-057 



STEVE DOBBINS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(4B) vs. [March 27, 1991, to FIMSA West, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 650 Geary Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9101762. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-093 



DOUGLAS GOLUB, Appellant 
5) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 
Respondent 



"[Suspension on May 15, 1991, 
[of Junk Dealer permit 
[dba "Bay Area Metals" 
[at 3201 - 3rd Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-130 



MAURICE RAMSEY, Appellant 
!6) vs. 

S.F. POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent 



"[Appealing resolution of Police 

[Commissioner on May 29, 1991 to 

[revoke taxi cab eligibility for 

[failure to report change of 

[address. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



7) 



THEODORE M. SOULIS, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-134 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[July 8, 1991, for work done 
[at 1006 Page Street (301 
[Divisadero Street) . 
[APPLICATION NO. 8809612. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-135 



LOURDES CASTRO, Appellant 
[8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[July 22, 1991, for work done 
[at 1938 Donner Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9021796. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-136 



ALLEN L. PROSS, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on July 24, 
[1991, for work done at 
[1461 Page Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9106470. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-147 



JEAN CHAN, Appellant 
10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 1, 1991, for work 
[done at 642 Head Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9111011. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-148 



GERRARDO TORRES, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 23, 1991, for work 
[done at 55 Broad Street. 
[PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 11314, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER H, 1991 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 91-156 

JAMES G. VIERLING, Appellant [Protesting issuance on August 

;i2) vs. [1, 1991, to Golden Prosperites, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Inc., permit to Demolish a Build- 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [ing at 655 - 657 Francisco Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9108703. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V91-138 

PEARL G. FONG, Appellant ftenial on July 17, 1991, 

^13) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 1806-08 - 9th Avenue. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.001V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



^14) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: August 29, 1991 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

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1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from the Sunset Residents Association requesting that the Board take 
jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 9000079S to alter a building at 
1501 - 24th Avenue. 

Date of issue March 27, 1991 

Appeal period ended April 12, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction September 5, 1991 

ITEM B : Letter from Alice Ducayet and David Kroll, requesting that the Board take 
jurisdiction over issuance of Building Permit Application No. 9114123 to demolish 
a building at 1598 Treat Avenue. 

Date of issue August 22, 1991 

Appeal period ended September 6, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction September 10, 1991 

ITEM C : Letter from Paul Smith, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
denial of front setback, unscreened parking and parking encroachment variances sought 
for property located at 20 Tucker Avenue. 

Date of denial August 13, 1991 

Appeal period ended August 23, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction September 18, 1991 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM D : Letter from Donald Morehead, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
91-141 , 2719 Filbert Street. Hearing September 11, 1991. After discussion, upon 
motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 3-2 (President Marks and Commissioner 
Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 

ITEM E : Letter from James Brady, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91-154 , 
278 Stonecrest Drive. Hearing September 11, 1991. After discussion, upon motion 
by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 3-2 (Commissioners House and Melbostad dis- 
sented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 

ITEM F : Letter from Joel Braverman, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
91-143 , 420 Masonic Avenue. Hearing September 11, 1991. After discussion, upon 
motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department with 
the following CONDITIONS : that the permit holder shall cooperate with the adjacent 
property owners to develop, then pay for and implement a landscaping plan for the 
rear yards of 420 and 430 Masonic Avenue and the adjacent properties, if the owners 
consent, and shall consult with the adjacent property owners on the colors of both 
buildings. 

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



Items 3A and 3B shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 91-046 

STEVE DOBBINS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(3A) vs. [March 1, 1991, to FIMSA West, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 650 Geary Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9023994. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-057 

STEVE DOBBINS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(3B) vs. [March 27, 1991, to FIMSA West, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 650 Geary Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9101762. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-137 

SUNITA DUTT, Appellant "[Appealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty imposed on July 24, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [371 Diamond Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9102872. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-160 

HIROSHI TANABE, Appellant ^Appealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty imposed on August 21, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2084 Chestnut Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9102301. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-161 

CARLOS RIOS, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [August 22, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 84 Exeter Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9023752. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-163 

RICARDO BEACON, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [August 28, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 228 - 230 Divisadero St. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9100319. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-155 

JERRY KLEIN, Appellant [Denial on August 5, 1991, 

(8) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 507-509 - 35th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9106108. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-162 

JOSEPH COHEN, Appellant [Denial on August 12, 1991, 

(9) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 100 Powell Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9110040. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) miniutes for each speaker. 



Date posted: September 26, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 










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(1) HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Peter Fu, permit holder requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
91-100 , 466 Frederick Street. Hearing July 17, 1991. After discussion, upon motion 
by President Marks the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President Prior and Commissioner Makras 
dissented) to overrule the department and deny the permit. Four votes are needed 
and the permit is upheld. Then on motion by Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 
4-1 (Commissioner Makras dissented) to UPHOLD the department with the CONDITION that 
the enlarged units are tied to the HUD-defined moderate income level and registered 
with the Mayor's Office of Housing. 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-167 

SEMYON PORTNOY, Appellant "[imposition of Penalty on 

(3) vs. [September 4, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 674 - 42nd Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9009479. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-172 

CRAIG SMITH, Appellant ""[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(4) vs. [imposed on August 29, 1991, for 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 825 Sutter Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8715532. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-175 

JANINE VALLEE, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(5) vs. [September 11, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2638 Hyde Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8910792. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-176 

TED SIU, Appeallant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(6) vs. [September 11, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 487 - 16th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9103407. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-169 

EDWIN LUM, Appellant [Denial on August 21, 1991, 

(7) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 148 - 18th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9111261. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-171 



TERESITA BENITZ, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on August 22, 1991, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 285 Santa Ana Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9012358. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items 9A and 9B shall be heard together 



SUNSET RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, 

Appellant 
(9A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 91-166 



"[Protesting issuance on August 
[15, 1991, to Phat Kim Phung, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[1501 - 24th Ave. (dry rot repair) 
[APPLICATION NO. 9114743. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-192 



SUNSET RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, 
(9B) Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on March 
[27, 1991, to Phat Kim Phung, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[1501 - 24th Ave. (add second unit) 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000079S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BIO PLAS, INC., Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-168 



[Protesting issuance on August 
[22, 1991, to Yury Taxerman, 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 161-163 - 4th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9014196. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



JACKSON & SUE LOOS, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V91-157 

"[Appealing conditions of Rear Yard 
[and Usable Open Space Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 117 Caselli Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.098V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 



FRANCES J. WILKINSON, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



V91-165 

""[Protesting granting on August 
[23, 1991, to Keung Ku, of Front 
[Setback and Rear Yard Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 274 Girard Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.320V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(13) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: October 3, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 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 the Concerned Residents of the Richmond District requesting 
that the Board take jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 9015646S to 
alter a building at 879 - 39th Avenue. 

Date of issue August 1, 1991 

Appeal period ended August 16, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction October 11, 1991 

Note: On September 4, 1991 the Board declined to take jurisdiction over this permit 
on a request by Johnny Hong. 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Jonathan R. Bass, attorney for permit holder, requesting rehear- 
ing of Appeal Nos. 91-046 and 91-057 , 650 Geary Street, Alcazar Theatre. Hearing 
October 2, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board 
voted 4-1 (President Marks dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit 
with CONDITIONS . Then on motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 4-1 (Presi- 
dent Marks dissented) to GRANT the permits with the additional optional CONDITION 
that a donation of $100,000.00 be made to the Mayor's Office of Housing in exchange 
for an expedited Certificate of Occupancy for the housing units. 

ITEM C : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator for Department of City 
Planning, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. V91-157 , 117 Caselli Avenue. Hearing 
October 9, 1991. Upon motion of Commissioner House, the Board voted 5-0 to excuse 
Commissioner Melbostad from the proceedings on this matter. After discussion, upon 
motion by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 4-0 to OVERRULE the Zoning Adminis- 
trator and GRANT the variance with NO CONDITIONS . 

REQUESTS CONCERNING SCHEDULING OF REHEARING FOR APPEAL NO. 91-074, 1472 - 24th AVENUE : 

ITEM D : Letter from D. Dewey Watson, attorney for permit holder, dated October 16, 
1991, requesting that the rehearing be scheduled as soon as possible. Letter from 
Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, dated October 16, 1991, requesting that 
the rehearing be scheduled after all work under Building Permit Application No. 
9106799 has been completed for the garage in the rear. 



2\ Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 
terns 3A and 3B shall be heard together in the event the above request (Item B) is granted , 

APPEAL NO. 91-046 

STEVE DOBBINS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

3A) vs. [March 1, 1991, to FIMSA West, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 650 Geary Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9023994. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 91-057 

STEVE DOBBINS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

3B) vs. [March 27, 1991, to FIMSA West, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 650 Geary Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9101762. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 90-101 

RAMA ANANDA, Appellant [Denial on May 9, 1990, 

vs. [of Pedicab Owner permit for 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [additional route in Chinatown 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

ISCOTT DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL WO. 91-179 

SOMER KAI TOY, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [September 16, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 483 Broadway Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9107982. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-185 

HERBERT HIRSCH, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

)) vs. [imposed on September 19, 1991, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 572 - 47th Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9116686. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-187 

SEAVIEW CONSTRUCTION, INC. [Imposition of Penalty on 

7) vs. [September 25, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 715 Peru Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9114685. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-146 

YEE LOK WONG, Appellant [Disapproval by the Department 

8) vs. [of City Planning on July 22, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1991 of building permit appli- 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [cation to establish the legal 

[use of a second dwelling unit 

[at 182 Byxbee Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9007499. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-180 

JOSHUA G. COOPERMAN, Appellant [Denial on September 3, 1991, 

9) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 525 - 29th Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8903656. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-184 

PETER CHI, Appellant [Denial on September 5, 1991, 

10) vs. [of Health Permit Application 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent [referral for wholesale sales and 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [storage which is not permitted 

[in the Washington-Broadway 
[Special Use District No. 1 
[at 1 Rowland Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-150 

ANDRE-BOUDIN BAKERIES, Appellant [Protesting issuance on July 30, 

(1) vs. [1991, to The Shorenstein Company, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 37 - 39 Drumm Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9011925. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-178 

ANTHONY L. FEUDO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on August 

■L2) vs. [30, 1991, to PFW Associates, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 570 Page Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109354. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-181 

GERALD McCALLUM & JOHN LEIRA, [Protesting issuance on September 

!13) Appellants [11, 1991, to Paul Davis, permit 

vs. [permit to Alter a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [4203 Army Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9102658. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-182 

MELECIO & MARY SANTOS, Appellants "[Protesting issuance on September 

14) vs. [12, 1991, "to Michael Murray, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [561 Los Palmos Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9114403. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-174 

J. ALFRED RIDER, Appellant [Determination by the Zoning 

[15) vs. [Administrator dated August 27, 

ZONING ADMINSTRATOR, Respondent [1991 that Conditional Use 

[Authorization is required to 
[establish use of the property 
[at 7 Hill Point Avenue as five 
[bedrooms of group housing. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



[16) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



)ate posted: October 24, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR G. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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2 MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

% WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1991 

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



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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Rosa Frith requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
Building Permit Application No. 9010973 to alter a Building at 674 - 29th Street. 

Date of issue August 2, 1991 

Appeal period ended August 19, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction - October 22, 1991 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-155 

JERRY KLEIN, Appellant [Denial on August 5, 1991, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 507-509 - 35th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9106108. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-281 

ERWIN G. SWETT, Appellant [Denial on December 10, 1990, of 

\) vs. [permit to Demolish a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2551 - 2557 Mission Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL DOCUMENTS D^pt. [APPLICATION NO. 9002283. 

[SUPERIOR COURT NO. 932-398. 
NOV I 2 1991 [FOR REHEARING PURSUANT TO 

[SETTLEMENT OF LITIGATION. 
$AN FRANCISCO 

PUBLIC I IBRARY 

APPEAL NO. 91-074 

STANTON A. GLANTZ, PH.D., Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

5) vs. [April 24, 1991, to Raymond 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Yee, permit to Alter a Build- 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [ing at 1472 - 24th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9102813. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-111 

JOHN J. PRIOR, dba "SWINGING DOOR", [Appealing conditions of 

Appellant [Place of Entertainment 

6) vs. [permit granted on June 5, 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [1991 for property located 

Respondent [at 1334 Noriega Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-190 

JAMES CAROLAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

7) vs. [September 30, 1991, for work 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 442A - 31st Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9113697. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-196 



RICHARD JORDAN, Appellant 
J) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[October 9, 1991, for work 
[done at 4161 - 23rd Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000929. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-194 



STU ETZLER, Appellant 
9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on September 
[20, 1991, to Marie Mercurio, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1918 - 15th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9110296. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MARK JANSEN, et al . , Appellants 
10) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 91-177 



APPEAL NO. 



PAUL SMITH, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination by the Zoning 
[Administrator dated September 
[3, 1991 that a violin repair 
[shop is permitted as a principal 
[use on the first floor, needs 
[conditional use authorization 
[to operate on the second floor 
[and is not permitted at all on 
[the third or higher floor in the 
[building at 549 - 553 Divisadero 
[Street in an NC-2 zoning district. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



V91-195 

TDenial on August 13, 1991, of 



[Front Setback, Unscreened Parking 
[and Parking Encroachment Variances 
[sought for property located 
[at 20 Tucker Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.236V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: November 7, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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i WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1991 NOV j 9 1991 

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(1) HATTEgS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

None. 



(2) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



APPEAL NO. 91-172 

CRAIG SMITH, Appellant "[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(3) vs. [imposed on August 29, 1991, for 

DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 825 Sutter Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8715532. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-200 

SUHEIL TOTAH, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(4) vs. [September 30, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 320 Duncan Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9101125. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APFEAL NO. 91-202 

JUAN F. HERRERA, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(5) vs. [October 17, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 115 Athens Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9105517. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items 6A and 6B shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 91-191 

SHIRLEY YANG, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(6A) vs. [September 18, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 491-493 - 11th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9025560. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 91-193 

SHIRLEY YANG, Appellant [Denial on September 18, 1991, 

(68) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 491-493 - 11th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9025560. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 91-197 

SHARON LEE, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on 

(7) vs. [October 1, 1991, to Jon Jernigan, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [3179 California Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9115025. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-198 

ROBERT & MARILYN PULVINO, Appellants ""[Protesting issuance on 

(8) vs. [September 27, 1991, to Ondyn 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Esther Herschelle, permit 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 989 Folsom Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9025546. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 91-199 

LINDA FIMRITE & MARCIA HILL, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [October 4, 1991, to the 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Government of Australia, 
URBAN FORESTRY APPROVAL [permit to Remove Two Trees 

[at 3580 Jackson Street. 
[ORDER NO. 157,745. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-201 

RON MacRAE, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [October 3, 1991, to Ninon 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Machi Parking Corporation, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Construct a Parking 

[Lot at 616 Hemlock Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9102646. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: November 14, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 hearing 
room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office at 
554-6720 ~or 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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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F ^ v ^AG^h^k 

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1991 

4:30 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



L/iih 



(1) Informational presentation by Larry Litchfield, Superintendent, Bureau of Building 
Inspection on the subject of the Bureau's enforcement of the Codes, plans and Board 
conditions. 



The regular calendar shall begin at 5:00 p.m. 



(2) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Sharon Lee, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91-197, 
3179 California Street. Hearing November 20, 1991. After discussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner House, the Board voted 2-3 (Vice President Prior, Commissioners Makras 
and Melbostad dissented) to overrule the department and revoke the permit. Then 
on motion by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner House dissented) 
to UPHOLD the department with the CONDITION that the property line wall be painted 
white or a light color in consultation with the neighboring property owners. 



ITEM B : Letter from Dennis Issac, attorney for appellants, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 91-198, 989 Folsom Street. Hearing November 20, 1991. After discus- 
sion, upon motion by Commissioner Melbostad, the Board voted 3-2 (President Marks 
and Commissioner House dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit, 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-216 

EUGENE DeMAR, Appellant [Protesting issuance on October 

(4) vs. [28, 1991, to Camnhung T. Dang, 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [dba San Francisco Underground 

Respondent [Cabaret, Place of Entertainment, 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 



[Billiard Parlor, Mechanical 
[Amusement Device, Dance Hall Keeper 
1QQ1 [permits at 450 Harrison Street. 
DEC 9 IVVl [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBUC ' »HRARV 

APPEAL NO. 91-207 

MINOO J. WRITER, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(5) vs. [October 21, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 27 Wanda Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9114856. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-209 

HOWARD ROFFMAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [October 25, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 144 Scott Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9013151. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-210 



RALPH J. McCOY, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on October 
[30, 1991, for work done at 
[548 - 550 Central Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



om/i/ioc 



APPEAL NO. 91-186 



DONALD BIGGS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on September 9, 1991, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 295 Buchanan Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9101500. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items 9A and 9B shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 91-203 



JOE RIZZUTO, Appellant 
(9A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on October 8, 1991, 
[of permit to Erect a Sign 
[at 2299 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9116403. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-204 



JOE RIZZUTO, Appellant 
(9B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"tDenial on October 8, 1991, 
[of permit to Erect a Sign 
[at 2229 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9116404. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-208 



MARK BERMAN, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on October 16, 1991, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 149 Seal Rock Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9018154. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items 11A, 11B, 11C shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 91-205 



HERBERT D. KOSOVITZ, Appellant 
(11A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on October 
[16, 1991, to Paul and Frank Woo, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 30 - 32 Castle Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8912746. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



HERBERT D. KOSOVITZ, Appellant 
(11B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-206 



l_Protesfing issuance on October 
[16, 1991, to Paul and Frank Woo, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 34 - 36 Castle Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8912745. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-214 



THOMAS J. CATALANO, Appellant 
;ilC) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 






[Protesting issuance on October 
[16, 1991, to Paul and Frank Woo, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 34 - 36 Castle Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8912745. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-220 



ROSA FRITH, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on August 
[2, 1991, to Jeffrey Maso, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 674 - 29th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9010973. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-177 



MARK JANSEN, et al., Appellants 
(13) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Determination by the Zoning 
[Administrator dated September 
[3, 1991 that a violin repair 
[shop is permitted as a principal 
[use on the first floor, needs 
[conditional use authorization 
[to operate on the second floor 
[and is not permitted at all on 
[the third or higher floor in the 
[building at 549 - 553 Divisadero 
[Street in an NC-2 zoning district, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(14) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: December 5, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTGPx C. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director . Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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MEETING OF -THE BOARD OFJERM IT APPEALS documents uEPX. 
WEDNESDAY, -DECEMBER^, 1991 m \ * 1991 

5 ; 00 P , M . , - ROOM 282, C 1 TY HALL RANC i s A «v 

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(1) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 
ITEM A: Letter from Gary Furney requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 



Building Permit Application No. 9023519 to alter a building at 1335 Douglass Street. 



Date of issue 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



October 30, 1991 
November 14, 1991 
December 2, 1991 



ITEM B : Letter from Raymond Chin requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
revocation of taxicab permit for nonpayment of annual license fee. 



Date of revocation 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



October 16, 1991 
October 31, 1991 
December 2, 1991 



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



APPEAL NO. 91-212 



GERALD BASTIAN, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



[Revocation on October 16, 
[16, 1991, of Driver Public 
[Vehicle permit dba "DeSoto 
[Cab Company". 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



HARRY HUEY, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-211 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[November 1, 1991, for work 
[done at 3810-12 - 19th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9109777. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



RAYMOND WONG, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-215 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[November 8, 1991, for work 
[done at 124 Rice Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9017550. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



FRED M. HARTWICK, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-224 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[November 18, 1991, for work 
[done 660 Alvarado Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9107009. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



KATHLEEN CHAPMAN & JOSEPHINE 
PYNE, Appellants 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-222 



[Protesting issuance on November 
[11, 1991, to Dean and Lisa Farwood, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[283 Jersey Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8906607. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-213 

GEORGE LARSON, Appellant [Denial on October 16, 1991, 

|8) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS. Respondent [at 4355-59 - 18th Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8812182. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-217 

INGA HORTON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on November 

[9) vs. [6, 1991, to Margaret A. Branch, 

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

- CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 565 - 29th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9103200. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-218 

AILE PHAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on November 

(10) vs. [4, 1991, to Tu and Hung Long Lam, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2126 - 27th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109021. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-219 

DAVID GOLDMAN, et al . , Appellants "[Protesting issuance on October 

(11) vs. [31. 1991, to Coby Friedman and 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Josif Dubrovsky, site permit 

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[100 Berkeley Way. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9025766S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-230 

HINDA GREENBERG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on November 

(12) vs. [12, 1991, to Joseph Bruno, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 435 - 29th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9111989. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(13) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: December 12, 1991 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE COMMISSIONER 

VICTOR 6. MAKRAS COMMISSIONER 

PAUL H. MELBOSTAD 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 appeal 
of denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
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 allowed 
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) minutes 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 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. 

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, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

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

Executive Director Room 154A, City Hall 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



csco, CA 94102 









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